Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: September 24, 1915
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00717
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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SELLS' WELL/ 0 ftee-By the.. Governor, Proclamation -."[ :SCHOOL DAY '/ iuy ,
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*- ,Whereas, It ts of the greatest 'WILL BE HELD HERE TONIGHT :
.'portance to1 the welfare of our,C .
:IN 'WEr ST state that.the forces which.make .. OCT 3 ,
. *.for intelligence character; and O L >- ,. ,, ': ,.. : .: ,' ", -. ')I:. 1. ,.
f .patriotism among the people 4 ...r..:...: !; S1!' '.

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Davis' Tells Why Open .v.'forces Whereas for 'good one,'.for of: strengthenIng the great- -0 will Observed by the COMPULSORY EDUCATION MAY'BE'' :Inert Citizens, .and Band.. ,Wi. ,tI
character for promoting and.-0 'r' '
0 spreading Chrbti:.sty is the: Sunday -0 I ,Render' a Concert-Af- .

Market n is Best 0. Whereas school,, The and beneftcent'efforts 4 Kissimmee Churches CONSIDERED IN "OSCEOLA 'CO'UNTYLAW I x, ifair,Begins" ''at."'7:30, I I

o and benign influences of the Sunday 4 ...' 1. t7CLEAN '
schools of the various dev", WIDE-8P iEAD MOVEMENT TO

OFFICER TO THE VALLEY GA. I. Whereas, The Sunday schools ,
Florida 0 STATE. .
t* ZBTTE. 0 of tlio state tlirotgh the *
0 Sunday School -Association, are Named by Board'ofTrade
0 making, and have made special One week from Sunday will be "Goto '
Why the cattle men of Osceola elforts for a great Sunday school Sunday School Day." Within the last few weeks two counties seeking compulsory educatloa must : are;at;Work WhHe'Mayor '

counay have adopted the open'' mar 0 rally day, which shall be statewide That has been set by the and two districts in a third in petition the county .board of public Orders .Street I
day apart May
0 in its and influence .:
ket plan of selling their beef cattle scope ; Florida hare taken advantage of the instruction for an election. .
0 and have set October 3, 1915, as 4 churches all over Florida as a great Gan"gto. .
this season Is well told in an InterView Put"City In Apple-
0 the day for this great state-wide revival in going to Sunday school. law passed by last session of the Upon presentation of such petition ( .
with W. M. Davis, of the South O rally davThero're: 0 A proclamation, printed In another legislature making compulsory edu- properly signed by bne-fourth' Pieu: OrderYork: (Is t.'NowIn1 -
port Cattle company. sent to the Val- 0 ;: I, Park Trammell!, column has been Issued by Governor cation subject to local .option. In of the registered white 'voters. 'it Is .
ley Gazette by the'Reporter News Bureau O Governor of the State of Florida, Proicress.\.\. ? .
Park Trammell urging the people of each case the new law was adoptedand the. duty of the county board to call . :"
r Yards/Il; 0 do issue this proclamation .,'
of the National Stock hereby education will be mandatory.The an election. .
0 calling all of the people of the state to take part in this great 1 I
'f linois. Tbe'Interview Is as follows: O the State upon of Florida and the visitors movement. The P J! interdenominational counties which adopted the l ware 'Voters must be registered as provided 1 There wiU be :W>t therJ: >ig: :mass
4: Florida cattle are strictly In evidence 0 who shall be within our borders one ankh person Is Palm Beach and Dade. The Man- In the cen.rallaw for registrations !: meeting .at'theYband'.stand( tonightat
In the soutbern division this 0 to attend Sunday school in asked to attend the Sunday school of atee and Sarasota districts in Manate fer special elections'' and shall 7;80 ,o'clock;;.,' Speeche.will )>>ej;
week. Yesterday the Southport Cat- 0 the church of their choice on Sunday j the ,
the church with which he is affiliated county adopted law. In each have the same qualifications. m.d.b, ;: prmnlnent''c1Usene:and a
lie company, with ranches In Osceola 0 October 3, 1915, that they 0 the prarlically unanl- The' election the band.
vote must be held .
0 give encouragement and or If he Is not a church: member to case was In concert will be the ,
county, that state, marketed a train hcnoi may to those wkio& faithfully li- pick out some church and attend. mou. rljt manner prescribed by law within sixty The board 'of- tradeprgZs'all.cltlxens, ,

of mixed stock and today another O bor in this noble work, and that Special services are being planned Considerable acltatl 'pas sprungup days from the filing of the petition. to be, present,.andtblwomen i "and

train of twenty cars arrived. they may receive to themselves In the various churches of Kidslmmee in Osceola county rV. 'tly in. favor Three-fifths of the votes. cast at children:.are especially .avlted.toat'tend. '
W. M. Davis, secretary and treasurer 0 the benefits of participating in < of similar action and It is such election
for the occasion. not unlikely any. are .necessary to put .t'o c/. ; .
devotion to and .K
of the Southport Cattle Co., accompanied *v worship this particular of-their God. Rev. S. W. Ihn that the proposition will be put in- force tbe compulsory education Speeches tonight:will be" mads"by'

4 his stock to market yesterday 0 In testimony whereof I have dlst churchtH _"y!F'I\'J\'' :?,;"ltbo- up to the county school board at one law. Col. Zach Bass, Pat Johndoa'L.;, ;

and will remain here the rest <., hereunto set my hand and caused a Men's. Clartj 'JifligyJ.. ........-!"e the of Its sessions In the near future. If the law is carried Into effect bya Lupfer, J.. w,"Thompson'Iuid' the".'.
of the Wf.>k. Mr. Davis says that 0 the Great Seal of the State of teacher. He a&Wv that the men of the Some of the provisions of the law three-fifths vote then parents and The'"cleanup"' idea launched,w'atthese
considering the decline In the cattle 0 Florita to be affixed at Tallahas- the of ,hlco .! '
Methodist church especially and oth- as passed by legislature are a. guardians children between the mass meeting Fridayevening
their stock sold satisfactorily 0 see, the capital this the 15th day v '
market follows: of eight and fourteen shall has to.1)ear') frultiNetonly -
ages years begun
0 of September, A. D. 1916. 0 ers who so desire to come to Sunday v
1' 0 PARK TRAMMELL, < school on October 3rd and J i "Of th15 loads that came In yesterday 0 Governor. < class. voters,of any special tax school district of the public school of the disContinued putting1their lots In good shape.:,b ." .

4, from Florida," remarked Mr. 0 By the Governor, attest: school board district or county ( on page .Two.) Mayor May has,orderedh.: str I e,

;, Davis, "Twelve belonged to the I 0 Secretary of State. ,, In connection with this "Go to _ _ _ _ H-_ __ .-.._ gang"to get busy under'tho, direct) ''. IZ .
1 Southport Cattle Co., and three were 0 O Sunday School Day" the ministers of ot.MarsbalOver.treet"snd''the'stpeets

l i consigned by Hull flaR", also of Os UOO-OOOOoOO O O. 1 Kissimmee have Issued the following SANFORD COMMITTEE COMES HERE are belog' put' ,in."nne:.shaper LTbe, .
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gang spent moat,of this.week: on, Male:
Southport Cattle ('0.11 pan) FORKISSIMMEE Join the movement for a big at- street'' and the work halt'been thor-1
hag 19.0HO acres of good grazing lajid tendance at the'Supday schools' on TO GET SUPPORT FOR WATERWAYS! oughly 'done. Other'slreeta'will' be I
"Go to Sunday School Day." the first "
vti all under fence and we have about cleaned up in order; 'v' -',
IV''fir 6000 cattle back at this time. Mr. BONDS1KTWKEN : Sunday In October. If you cannotgo .. ._ 1 "'a'seCla\ +ICi..,1; J W i' At the meeting:',held"la.t.,,,Friday' ,S
and join a school, go as a visitor '
t tr Mass Is one of the biggest ranchmen C. R. Walker chairman of the In- to U. S. authorities was signed 'by I I\lebt., at which addresses were'made,1.
and thus show thatyou believe in :
.1. of the state, controlling about 20,- TWENTY AND THIRTY what the Sunday school stands for laW Waterway committee of the Sanford -. some .fifty, members .of the board'of by, many, ,prominent'citizen's- commit.teas" ..
{ 000 head of cattle. BOND HOUSES MAKE INQUIRY Commercial. Club E. T. Wood trade and other prominent citizens .:were'appointed''.hay*..wChirka -
By the did to
way, you ever stop consider '
',1 "Cattle conditions have changed IN HEOARD TO NEW MUNICIPAL the question, "What does 'the raft, a member of that committee,. Mr. Walker, .chairman of the Sanford -- ot,the various'plans advanced for the
''",, greatly in Florida In the last three or ISSUE AND BIDs WILL BE Sunday school stand fort" and R. J. Holly, editor of the San-y committee. Is the contractor who betterment .the'clty, and the bringing -",, y

r four years. Up to that time most of OPENED TOMORROW. The first Sunday in October has ford Herald, made a b "1'-uP ttlp to Is putting in ,the Jakehulkhea4 at :of,tourists here during.the ,win. "'

the cattle of the state were owned been designated "Go to Sunday Kissimmee on Wednesday arriving Sanford and while he re., he talked ter-c. ;;;,Committees f. i -'namedwar- ,-. -* as- 'fol-, ,:
by natives, w* o for gll'll era tlon'lI. you That there Is a lively."demand for School Day." Let everybody go. here shortly after noon. They:came with interested clUxens In regard totheSbulkheadingof'LYo lows: If .

s might say, had refused to Import municipal bonds and particularly There is no more profitable placeto In. the Interest of1 the proposition to t 'Tphopekallga. Clean-up' 'COmm i..H..JL.,. r.' A

good breeding stock and their cattle hose of Kissimmee Is evidenced by go than to Sunday school on Sunday make the St. 'Jobn'a river route the .,> He Invited the board of tradeto ''I.. M. Willson;' Jr, :W..T. ,Maklnson.Mrs ..,

y I had been Inbred so long that the he number of inquiries which, have morning. Try It on "09'to Sunday natural 1and waterway the state .send representatives to..S ntor4.t / Clay Johnson and N. C;:Brgsn.;

A."*',lock was getting poorer all the time. been received from bond-buying School Day' October, the 3rd, ,.While KlstImmee. Is not directly.In* see the work ,he. Is doing .there, nd ,I. "enDII. CourtsCommlttee; :+J<' fWade

I-. '.. Continued on Page Five) houses durlngthe put tew weeks by ( oDUnued.oli'Pace fire), . terested In th.-p! ll. except for the promised to aid committee In any ..Tucker). ,P.: Z..",Wer."J'. W. '

':? ... I. City Clerk 3, R. ,GUbert. .. possibility. !of 'a connection' .from 'the way'he could'In'solving the.problem .CContinued on >pae., f)' '
Since it was 'advertised that the headwaters of the' St. Johns to East.of bulkheadlng the lake here. .. '. _-. . ,.' ._". .
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: KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS: thence - - - ------------.-
t 27,500 Issue of bonds would\ be sold HOWARD KATZ NAMED Lake Tohopekallga and It is likely that proposition,will
,; and that bids would be received and through Lake Tohopekaliga and the ODD FELLOWS:VISIt: !
.-1 be taken up later.
> GIVE VETERAN JEWELS opened at 730 tomorrow; evening: between BANKRUPTCY TRUSTEE Kissimmee river a meeting Was held The Sanford
committee spent only'
twenty and thirty: bond houses of prominent members of the boardof "
1tgfi a few hours here and left for Orlando THEIORIANDOi0DOE
trade with the visitors from
;. have made Inquiry In regard to the Sanford ,
II. C. STANFORD AND J. A. LAN ssue. That there will be plenty of TAKES CHARGE OF STOCK OF and the proposition given the where they had a meeting scheduled .
.' CAHTER PRESENTED WITH with the Orlando Board of Trade at
SMITH SHOE COMPANY FOL- approval of the
bide presented Is assured and that organisation. MEMBERS OF K188IMMEE:LODGE
h: ; MEDALS SHOVING TWENTY he bonds will bring a. good figure Isnot LOWING MEETING OF CREDITORS Preseqt at the meeting were President I 6) o'clock. NO. 74 HAVE PLEASANT-TIME1r'!

1 FIVE YEARS' SERVICE AS MEM doubted. -H. C. STANFORD, J. E. H. C. Stanford. Secretary J. W. The communication which the Sanford ON MONDAY NIGHT;-: BOMB OF r, }

IIKRH OK FRIENDSHIP LODGE, A. B. Morrison representing Hoeh- LUPFER AND W. G. HANKINS, Prentice, C* A. Carson Mayor May Commercial Club will send to THE '\1JCI'IMS'' "PIWVTf.. ; t

? NO. 10.Friendship. ler Cummings A Prudden of Toledo, APPRAISERS. Dr. W. W. Carson and oth ra. After- the government authorities la as follows DER FOOTED AND,ESCAPE *
ward the communication which the : "
'..V who make a specialty of buying municipal 'T .. fA-j.: ",
Lodge No. 10, Knights Howard Katz Sanford Commercial Club will send :
'.kIS bond., was In the city this was named trusteeof (Continued on Page Five) '
of Pythias, presented to H. C. Stan ; the bankrupt stock of the Smith _r wJJnnJJwJmPLANS .... )Jem 'Klasim-.. e.IoiI.
weok getting facts and figures In re-
4 ford and J. A. Lancaster the veteran'sjewels Shoe company at a meeting of the 74. I. O/ .e
} gard to the bonds. ON FOOT TO PROMINENT Uon
j; awarded for twenty-nve years creditors held in the office of Attbr- VISITORS, obio.
The bonds, bids for which will be Log -
4 h faithful services to the order at the ney. Vans Agnew Crawford onWednesday. .

1'tr regular lodge meeting on Wednesday received by Clerk Gilbert tomorrowevening H. C. Stanford, J. E. KEEP BAND INTACTCITIZENS TO ATTEND FIELD DAYBIG witne at.. Cpartsk \
The are six: In number and the 7ft.
night. evening was made a general Lupter and W. G. Hanklns were nam..
:, proceeds from the sale will be used Orland
\ reunion of-the brothers and af- ed as appraisers. The appraisers be- s. guesAsti
ter the business of the lodge had been In liquidating present Indebtednessand gan their work yesterday and Mr. WILL DEVISE SOMEWAY EVENT TO TAKE'I"I1ACID AT C.
completed -the forty or more in attendance Eats took charge of the stock which SAT. attenda 1 t? !
1 Invited six per cent interest and are as follows ZATION TO CONTINUE-WIN. URDAY, OCTOBER': 2-TRUCK the.hall : .
to the
: were banquet will be sold off for the benefit of the '" ,\ /
hall where a feast of chicken pilau. creditors. In handling the stock Mr. A TOMORROW of all 100

s' h sandwiches.*, pickles, lemonade and One bond in the sum of Twenty- Katz will be assisted by B. C. Dutton RANGED AND WILL COM- ton broth \ sob

ray coffee was H"". To' this the Five Hundred Dollars (12600.00)) maturing a member of the firm. PLETE PLA S.'That defaulted. I l1W

,Jtnlch ti'did their full duty. In ten years T. tt. Sbackleford Jr.. of Tampa, Plane are now on foot to arrange lag to tbeli

7 When the Inne'r man was wellfedthe Five bond. for Five Thousand Dollars referee In*bankruptcy, was here Wednesday some means of raising funds to defray the big field day at Edgewater to the "Ull\\ u

> ceremonyof presenting the jewels (16.000.00) each: ;maturing respectively to attend the meeting of cred 1 the necessary expenses Of the Farms to be held next Saturday.. October IOn assured\

took place. The presentation was eleven, twelve" thirteen itors at which the company was rep Kissbnmea Concert Band, so that this, 2nd, will be a great success' is would, be las\\ 45$

;,made by W, B.. Craw/ord.who,began i fourteen and fifteen. 7.arav. resented by Vans Agnew 4k. Crawford excellent: musical organization maybe now assured. The,Osceola,Fruit and 1. the scratch .oi
'. bis a4dreH1wlth'; a symposium of the I ; ( >' <# ,' and the creditors by Attorney Sandier kept Intact. Cltlseas have begunto Truck Growers Association will hold Sheriff lug* b

/ aaylngs of Yamone authors about FCOUNTY of Tampa and Johnston Oar- realise that the band Is aa assetto Its regular meeting' tomorrow morn- have taken a .A

;rrlen4 blp. He then paid a tribute ; rett and Krlbbs *. Steed of this city the city, which It can not afford las.t .:30 o'clock: In the'city council mund Swabey, *

'' ...:Ito the two knights for their contlnu- to lose'and it likely that everythingwill hall'and'a'nal 'plans for, the field mlt'" of one toV t

'-'ons' membership of twenty-five years HAS BEEN COMPLETED be arranged satisfactorily withina day wilt be made. an "Oregon bocv

'!l -1 and presented to them the jewels as a C. W'WARO.RETURNSTO few da,... County Farm :Demonstrator B. E. legs and present,

'.Y v gift from,the lodge. : ; L' \ : The band boy have been giving Evans attended, the meeting of demmstratlon regular meeting! y.. ,
''t :;:' ,jBoth Mr. Stanford and Mr. LaaeasV'ter -" Claude F. Johnson has completed SPEND WINTER their time to the organisation for I agents at Gainesville this ling;, of. Klsslmrot v;; i
its work"of taking a census of Osce week and telephoned ,"'
accepted the gifts >n short ad- several months and have worked loy the..Valley Gasette Grand of the,Bust

',, dre.....- Following; this a"numbed of'Knights ola county and his report.w.rlsentin ally' -to ,perfect themselves.They yesterday,that Dr.AH.:Logan livered,addresses'AU j Ike. lyi\
W. Ward
J C. this
returned week
spoke''on the subject>> of Pyth- this,week tetCommla.loner of Agriculture from New York city where he spent hare. given a number of fine concertsduring and.C. K, ,McQuarrle both of the Experiment of,,: the',Odd, i" i
McRae. the and arrange.menb Station 'at Gainesville., 1 had: an Instructive..\ !'
,lanlama Altogether the evening was the summer months. He Wade the summer 'i ''
.. v'ayerypleiuntone; -.hleb will be '"Mr. Johnson says 'be is not allowed are now being discussed' to agrledto COme and attend, the field lag. ancl".u.e.;, visiting) "' f' t
by1 automobile York
; )0, '.long''rememberod by'those In'attendanee. -, under' the'law by which \the cityto trip Washington from.D. C.,New thence by have them give, one or two"concert* day,,', .It"also; probable he said, that ed,that.the. brothers.1 1good :.. .' tt:

:.: b(; .;" census was ordeVed to give out;any to' Jacksonville, each"weekv during tho winter season ProfcJ MScott,rndAP.8pencer i'entertainera. an "
train and from '
tj1'V.' -V f. .-\'-". i facts concerning It. but that heVcan there .. .entertainment to the Nwinteftosrl.ta'wbo' i also,of,.the.Experiment':St '&UoD.'willattends mens;of the order. j \ :
1 .,JJM.. .'Huff man, who baa been em- state that the county will make*a toy Kissimmee by automobile, at" appreciate-: mu-} 'a.. '.ti', .." -**!I'ti /!f r Thorpwbe;;; ,>mna4i .

if.: 'yloyedyfafth&'CittiensB; .tT for;'ths nice showing. .->.. J"! . -t. therewith Eddie Lancaster his car.having. tne\, him I ale. The boys'deserve the help ot the i- t'riu(trip''to f dtewitbr'will', ''be' K1uIDUDOO.. byaaote'w i

:\.$ ;year,left./.Tuesday,' morons; for I1I The; figures of the census.of the ell ?; Mr.. Ward states ho is- eomwanlty; W this eadeaVer And It Is made by'boat.sad a.,, l..t;da$ Isv UagrN.blat0raidleE4 "t ,
:., : Eau, Oallie';where he baa' been'pro- !tire-state taken, n,thla mana.r Willbe i , : that gtpld'.to} : .to bay pbpsd that sufficient'"act.'Yllt lUdp&te4..-,,*-?: *fli':< ;.t* ; be bickiq Klulmmee'wWcl .X, to .
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:; not.dtottbo.'positlon''ot,! ,.aibtertoth. -pnbltehed:a'parttoLthesour.terlybUIttn bo ralaed;to''guarantee'the eeaeerta. 6 I I' *- > *"- )0 t"" f..JI..ttW. ,, .J' t N {
state him_the,best$|laJhe,,world.DrV : .1 "k'1 Vt.r--,, ..'.,'.'. .. J:
f ; State Bonk ill \E& of the d.partnpeatet / jy. .e1fJ-: ;S'.1' L1llov I.t:riat Davenaert.waa 'T0;Joblu3aed.:; "; \i g '011""

',''bank: ,recently!!,started,.,vby: Iff.poae : 'agricaltare'Aad '!llkejy'appear. : j : it j;: Hicks' .spent*' .Monday !1' Jca.1QadlIwawa'bnstn.s.;.vLltiR, s.tlafter. 4n hI. "WtyiLbitfaw. TaKitllttlt'Mr' +;.AiMiwy ,,

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VALLEY ,G 4'LFTE"" '-. ..." FRIDA1 SEPTEMBER 24, 1015

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The day was ptea ant y"'spent., bite care of: Itsowa'neeey'. ;? ,and, ,af ",,

; ;' :,' , h:\ Mrs N. A. O'Berry of Barton, Fla., Compulsory ;Education1 d d I HOT SPRINGS WOMAN flicted. Buy ,your pencil"and,uaga :'"

Y1 'is here nursing her' tines and shoestring/: .from --local ;lr{

>Cloud; Department Bronson, who, has been quite'w Il1'farthe ,, ': ;Considered r d In 'OsceoJa WANTS FLA'1HUSBANDPREFERS dealers and send the itinerant' beggar '' t\.Iaway \

!, past few weeks. : It may' burt.your'tendet's9n ; :, ;
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sow :,, .(' ";'p" " Mr. Elmer Tyson and famly of v sibilities,,, but It: will ,be the best ,
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,. '.' 1ews1aiid! Note. of the "Wonder City" From Our Own Halnes City, were here Sunday. (Continued from Page One.) AN OLD SOLDIER AND course.for'you'and the long suffering!' '

r Ii' 'i Special Correspondent Mr.. John Sylvester and mother *. STATES THAT SHE HAS TWICE p.l1bUc.--Plant City: Courier. ', 1
:j trlct in which they reside for not less
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,rII.: .". have moved to Mr. Green: Garrett's nEE WIDOW OF'A VETERAN -+- .
,' I I than eighty days of each year. KEEKS ONE WITH GOOD HOME The board of county commission .

...:,):" Jj .':,11IeaDa'MraIL., Urbane May of and Mrs.!\,. 8. J. Triplett, Miss Lillian I house Mrs Fred Paul was the. guest of Children may attend private X.M LIVING ASSURED.: era of Plnella, county, at their last .,.r .j

>'t' .t.O'ampa, ea.1I10' In Tuesday to spend Harper of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ed Roberts Sunday. schools for a like period providing a meeting at Clearwater, the county

( week i'wtth. Mra." May's parents, Rev. Albert Durham, Mr. and Mrs. R. Rey- Mr. H. H. Driggers was "here record of the work: done is kept and i Does any old soldier In Osceola, eat, took under consideration the

'TMrtfjKra\ : W'L;; 'Hackett.r nolds Mrs. Bert Baxter Mr. of public matter of the erection of a new jail
,, Mr. and among his friends Wednesday.Mr. rendered_ as is required II .Bounty want a wife-one who has Iii

J'i Hi Ferguson was a buelness call- and Mrs. Sam Brammar, P. E. Mor- and Mrs E. E. Brown spent schools. WHO been wedded to a veteran and aiN appointed a committee to In at'-' A'

', '''' erf! at Klsslmmee on Thursday lust gan and wife, also Mrs Morgan's .vho like gate and make recommendations ,
., ,. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Isaac La- The act provides for the employment would to make a third mat-

ftl .r Mr.;and'Mr' *. E. O. Mlttel, of Nar- sister, her husband and daughter nier. of an Attendance Officer to enforce 'Imonlal venture GUARANTEE!
) MEDICINE / ::;
''Coosiee.\were St. Cloud visitors on 'Misses Ruth YVylle. Lynn DaughJ-rty A ..
its provisions II I I uch there be, here l is his oppor-

,op ,, Monday and Tuesday and Dr. Bu ,kmaster formed a pleasant I (ao"'C-oX>' unltv. Osceola Pharmacy guaranteesQuick's
,Mr. '' J. + 4 The following sections from the Chill Tonic to cure chills, fe-I ,!
," and Mrs. w. Mathews celebrated party and picnicked at Lake Alligator 1 The Valley Gazette received the
hy ? 4 IAKFI: HAMILTON 0o law note the exemptions, the fact that vers, malaria and grippe Flavored L
their 50th anniversary
wedding on Sunday
following letter this week from Martha -
I'OLIv 'Or'STY a temporary absence la allowable, and Children ask a
$ i with "sweet spices "
on Friday 17th Mr.
A Comrade and Mrs Noah W Ferguson Wjman, 764' Park avenue Hot
t w/ and Mra. F. O. Scarr and Miss Alfa o a the penalty: for It after the first dose and never v
will lie among the ACL. PHH ,..o. springs, Ark. :
rat ,Reagan were their at dinner Sec 11 L )xeompt1ong.-ThIR act know it is medicine 26 and 60 c. I .
guests senders Saturday evening en routeto Kind Editor:
'sMiss The Winter Haven District Hoad shall not apply In any case In which
: ) Jennie Carver and Miss Myr- the G. A. It. encampment at Washington \\lll you pie ase publish this little '
a 1
who have been :Meeting of the voters of this part of the child's physical or mental conditions "Watch Kissimmee Grow, in other t II
J.tnlDeaUs want ad ? I of
= am thinking coming -
the Summer 4n the state of Maine, ar- Polk county, at Winter Haven, was as attested by a competent physician words-Watch Our SmokeLaunches. .
I Mrs. A. Maya left Monday morning: I to Florida to live. I have onceIIv..d .. \
.. .
Martin .. .
rived in Klsslmmee on September 12, attended by Messrs Richard before any court having jurisdiction .ro..r.nn.v." 4
after abort in state and would like to
visit to her fath..rand your
f 1,, t' where Miss Bealls was busy with hero Splnhorney, Latham, Doan, L..ddon under this act render Its at- I
mother, Rev and Mrs W. C. spend the balance of my days there
,.1 achool' work all week. Both girls Atkinson and Mosnat This was tendance Impractical or Inexpedient;
I would like
Hackett.W to some nice old
jI;, came to St. Cloud to spend the weekend the largest delegation from any townon or In any case In which the child resides -
H. Millsom. gentleman, who'also Is In need of
went to Klsslmmee a
with Miss Carver's the ridge. A petition was securedfor more than two miles by thenearest J.
1 parents on Monday on business wife and who owns Ms home and hasa
the traveled route from the
)Mississippi avenue. signatures asking county
George B. Mackey, of Armstrong, living assured Hurry, for winter
Qeo. B. Mackey, of Alnsted. Ala., board to call a bond election. This school house, and transportation is
Ala. arrived in Is coming 3
St Cloud last Saturday
dN ,e -: arrived here Saturday and will prob- town will be on the main line highway not provided; or in any case of ex- Skiffs, .
He is ]lookfng around for a "If yoircan't publish this please ,
ably locate. from flames City to Sebring. treme poverty In which the servicesof 1\

J. O. Reagan, who has been visiting location.C. This leaves the Dixie Highway about such child are necessary for Its hand It to the commander of post, old Dories Built to .

', 1 his parents here, left on Thurs W. Morsman resides on Sev- half way between here and Haines own support of the support of Its par- soldiers. I have been twice a wid- ,

:" ',1 day morning for a visit to his :brother enth street and Minnesota avenue, City, a couple of miles north of this ents, as attested by the affidavit of ow of a soldier.

/ and not Seventeenth, as the Tribune town. At Haines City, the main line its and of such witnesses "I have twelve Order
-I? .' and sister at Albany, Ky. stated last week parent or parents and a half lots In

I Rev. O. Montgomery, wife and of the Tampa-Jacksonville highwaywill as the Attendance Officer may Rolla, Mo., county seat of Phelps

daughter, of Atlanta Oa., are visiting Egbert Lusk, GUll Smith, Ed Rob- run, thus putting this town I require; or In any case In which said county, and I would exchange with- BOILERS AND TANKS
} erta and Prof A. Marks In
k with Mrs. Montgomery's parents, R. were about two miles.from the Dixie Highway parent guardian, or other person some one wanting to change back to I

Mr. and Mrs .1. B. Matthewson. Mr. .St Cloud Sunday afternoon and evening And about five miles from the having charge; or control of a child, old states. None has a house on BUILT TO ORDER 1

_ t' Montgomery_conducted:; the' services enjoying the sights of the Won- Tampa-Jacksonville highway, which shall show before any magistrate by tb'em, but seven of them lay along I
) der and time.A. .
4 I' In the Seventh Day Adventist church City having a good are the two main highways of the affidavit of himself and of such witnesses side and while they are in the out- GALVANIZED 3
W. of
ti Saturday morning last. They left Trammell. Louisville Ky., state of Florida, or will be when completed as the Attendance Officer may skirts of city they can be made lovely COPPER AND 7
several in Cloud last
Thursday morning for St. Petersburg. week spent, 'days St. in a few years The main line require, that the child is without necessary home lots."

.i; Mrs. :J. G. Hill, who has been upon which Lake Hamilton is located books and clothing for at- ZINC SHEETS '
Lee Edwards last
George returned
spending tie summer at Chautauqua, will be extended further south tending school, and that the parent 000.000000000000001.0000.+

A' N. Y., arrived home Monday morning. Friday of the from state a trip in the southern Into DeSoto county, from Sebring Is unable to provide the necessary a FLORIDA PIIKHH ITKMHThe aa 4a OAK CYPRESS

i, D. Kants and wife arrived here on part through Kublmann and on south to books and clothing; provided, that
A letter received frlm Mrs. 0
Monday from Kansas and expect to Mary a junction with the main line of the whon books and clothing shall .OOOOO.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MAHOGANY
h N Hill telling she would start for
'' l cate. us Dixie Highway from Arcadia eastward be provided, through charity or by
her home here the 14th lost As lame and the halt and the
on and
"" . I Richard J. T. Rome and wife arrived to the East Coast and MiamI. other means, the child shall no longer ;-
she is a delegate from the Elsie P. blind the deaf and the dumb, the S.-
here from Thin short cut will afford some of be exempt from school attendance 4
Thursday morning
m McElroy Auxiliary Garrison of hte Aft Armenian/ missionary and the solid ALL HARD WOODS
the finest to be found In Florida under this further
Melrose, Mass., and are at the Haven scenery provision ; provided, -
N U. of St Cloud to the encampment tor for some far away orphan's home,
for the winter. along the famous rlcjg-e/ t that when a teacher Is charged
: at Atlantic City she will stop will soon be with us, or Is perhaps FIRE
The Brown Nursery has been taken with Inefficiency, misconduct
Mrs. C. S. Cooper and daughter, or cruelty -
1c over at that city for several days before already "In our midst" All these areninety
by the Lake Garfield such charge made In writing
; Elizabeth, who have been spending over Nursery being -
reaching herp Her friends -nine per rent fakirs and graft-
_/- d 4 the summer with friends and relatives many of Hartow. of which Mr W. B. (Coar ': and filed with the Trustees of the Competent Force of Work-
wlU be pleased to her ers encourage them by
1i I at Westfield Mass, returned see one more Hey of the Gulf Fertilizer Co.', and Special Tax School District, or with con-
after her Ions In New York tributing. You pay a state tax to
last : stay also interested in the Brown Nursery, the County Board of Public Instruction men for Road Work at
home on Wednesday evening
state maintain schools and hospitals and
Yl J. W. Moore and wife, Mrs. Mary has. been made prenldent t l by a parent or guardian of any
We are Informed that Mr. J. II asylums There are a dozen worthy > All Times.
:, Mass The report has 'been circulated and child 1 attending the school being; p.
Whitney from Templeton, art -
t :, charities in the state that r'
Lehker is expected\ hack In St Cloud need all {
A here and will publish that Lake larfleld Nursery t aught by such teacher then the atI -
rived evening
Thursday about the first of October I you have to spend In Ihls way. 1 heihlldren's 'I tJ
b- has I".n taken over by the Lakellamtllon < ,ndfiiire' of such child shall not be j-j
m : Mr. L Shamhow that hIs i home at Jacksonville, at
Lawrence Worcester Nursery, but this Is an enforced until after a full investigation I
Donald Conn and -
sap. ? Krumldaugtiter, Hazel Tampa at Arcadia and at
left Tuesday to attend Stetson ar error TI"'Hp 1 two nuisiiIcK, have no of iich charge!: has been made i I kiln; Jonterprh'1
riled l aatl'ly l at her home Montana! put your money to good use
_ ('oiiiu i't ion and osier ha\, had 't'herake htin board with which same was I
University at LeLand. 1 that she encountered( l I Every; Mute is abundantly able to FLORIDA
s MMiu1 Know on JACKSONVILLE ,
Lottie Doolittle I Hamilton :Nurhi l'r'y Is still owned : lili .d11111 tin said tiachcr has been I
Misses Fleda and I
"'.':,M' "> Robert Doollttle. Mac Arrow-smith, again he way all d was glad: to Kit home 'In II. II. M,,.na1. '1 his nursery Is :ti 'quiili\ or exonerated - -

I Illtrodu. iim/ H"'rllIf'W and improved 'I
.. ( Floyd Mosher Mr. and Mrs. Lawton !Mf and Mrs II. K Hedrlok have S<'c 2. Temporary Abcr.neo Aljlowable )- '''' ''''''' '

]"t .\ Mr.. and Mrs. Charlie Coats and tone to West Salem, 111., to visit with'a! l of ('It rile fruits which nre ,- Every parent guardian or l r",,,,,,,,, :,,"" ,'r'r::::, ::: :: ,(,

"rNC .r James Marsh formed a party and mo- their mother Mrs L. L. lledrlck very highly spoken of by experts in other person In the 'State of Florida

t \4 lored'io Daytona Beach, leaving here They' expect to return In about two dims fruits having charge 'or control of a childor l .

1 Y': {Saturday evening at 9:30: camping jveeks, Mr. Hedrick will stop, at Kvinsvllle children between the ages of

r at'PeLand. and reaching Dayton Ind., for a day or two and o aa eight and fourteen years, shall cause ,

a ,. Beach, at '8' o'clock Sunday morning, 'ook after the Interests of a large UNION CKNTKll 4a said child of children to attend school TEST YOUR ABILITY

-.> where they stayed till 2 p, m. before Vanch which he owns near that city,. .0- as aforesaid; provided, that occasional TO SAVE

I_ I':':".,,., Starting:home.' ;' +Arriving, at' Sanford Mrs. S. M., Pearce and Mrs. Ida ..OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.John absence from such attendance by 1A

"'.' :" /ab, ',dusk; they. took supper and Oovington spent Tuesday In KisslmV Oeerdes and wife wen guests any child amounting to not more more money this year. By startingan

I reached.St.: Ctloudit10O'clockSun; ; ; .. of Mrs. Lawson Sunday afternoon. than two unexcused,absences in four account with the Citizens Bank ot

.' j .' :day' night..,; ; The;trip ,wa'*l'nrr" 'much Mr. and Mrs.; P. D. Outlaw return- Mr. and Mrs. Wetherbee entertained consecutive weeks, shall not bo un Kisslmmee and making prompt, ..

a, '- enjoyed b,.. alIi' MT id\ Tuesday morning from 'a weeks the following guests who motored lawful; provided, further, that the weekly deposits It will surprise you .

William Drawdy was cabled to teacher In of the to see how your funds will grow at
: principal, or charge
4a' ;,J visit to their daughter In Lawton, I out from Klsslmmee Wednesday : M '
'.' Whlttler Tuesday evening on account school may excuse any child for tem- Interest
H Porter, wife and daughter. Mrs.
a 3. of the death of his grandfather. Ha.Mrs absence because of a stormor ffl
C. H. Stlckney left porary
on TUE'S-I lien Miller and two children and Mrs Dank with us-begin now ,
W : J Clyde Edwards, wife and baby lay morning's train for several' Cohoon. bad weather, sickness or death in i

h {y 'Who have been (upending the summer weeks': visit to her old home In Chippewa Janette Lawson spent Sunday with its family, unforseen or unavoidable 4 yr Interawt Paid on

_t 2 'at Durand.,Mich'., arrived home Tues- Falls, Win. Myrtle Barber. accident Excused absences and the Savings Account *

4 'iday nignt.' reason thereof shall be recorded by
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hughey and little -
"- Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Watts arrived "OOOOO'OOOOOOOOOOoOo said principal, or teacher In chargeof M
o Doris visited T. A. Hughey and
,,' home Tuesday evening after a pleas- 0 tho school, and chap be reported to
with friends and relat VICINITY NEWS" OK 0o family Sunday.Mr. hereinafter
it summer the Attendance Officer as
r and Mrs. Cox and son, Mr. Cavanaugh {
t saejLM Walton Ky., and Cincinnati, PL"ASANT'AI.Iy 0 provided ; provided, further, that incase
and son and Everett Smith
a Ohio. of protracted Illness of any child
i motored down from Orlando Sundayand ,
"' C. 3; Chambers, of Tampa, was a whose attendance Is required under .
,j', : ; called on C. M. Smith and famIly COURTEOUS TREATMENT
(, ,Bt.. Cloud caller on Tuesday. James Long, of Ashton, has this act, or In case of quarantine of
a ,. .. ._.J'- :*' 'w. B. Stone, of Dallas, Texas: : is a moved his family Into the Nelson the home in which such child resides, '1
j r.; Kelt Tindall; wife and baby and i,
'# '" '
'- week. house, recently vacated by Mr. Arn-
,: Mr and Mrs. Thos. Little called at DIRECTORS ;.> C- ,Worthington. of Tampa was old. upon certificate of any legally qualified :
the Sam Barber home after
ptla our city last Friday. Last Sunday afternoon the congregation physician to this effect, the At- ARTHUR E. DONECAN JOHN R. BRONSON ;

: "u/ tMra.. :J. W. Sylvester left Saturday of the Baptist church listened Inoon.Lassie Hay spent Saturday and tendance Officer shall excuse from at- F. W. HILL J. K. MILLIARD A. W. GUSTUS '

2, ) morning for Chattanooga, Tenn., to a very interesting and instructive tendance such child until be la fully ,
J serious sermon delivered by the Rev. Mel- I Sunday with her mother. She says I I I "
f.o whep' she was called by the restored to health, or until any quar-

1 f "" illness.. of her father, Mr. Rawls. maker, of St. Cloud Mr. Lunch of St. ,. she Is getting along nicely with her ,I antine excluding the child from t
Ifc Miss Aleen Riddle, who has been Cloud was also present and taught I school has been raised. "..
taking care of her brother Dr. C. L. the primary class In the Sunday The ladles will meet with Mrs. .::::::::*,..:::::" "a" :": fm.:m,

school. Wetherbee Tuesday afternoon torack Sec. 13. Penalty.-Any parent, .
Riddle during his Illness, left Saturday -
"the box" to the orphanage guardian or other person In control
\ for her home at Ballentine S. C. After having been closed for four t
.." at Jacksonville.Little of a child or children, violating the
A.I She .was accompanied home by her years, school opened again Monday
Gladys Barber is the leader provisions of this Act shall be guilty
bnotber, where we hope the change morning. Twenty-four boys and girls
for next Sunday night at Christian of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction
4wtU do him good. were enrolled by their teacher, Mrs. 29.65 Washington D.
$ cW'of the most pleasant events of Edytba Burnett. Great Interest was Endeavor. The topic Is "Shields %y any court of, competent Junediction ,

Against Temptation," found in Eph. shall be liable to a fine of not
the'season was the surprise and farewell shown by the parents, many of whom
61018.: There are two views we less than one dollar ,and not more AND RETURN w'+
at -the first 1,
Party given at the parsonage were present morning ex-

Tueaday'evenlng; by the young people ercises. The teacher and students should take of this subject. First. than three dollars for each and every ____ VIA It

we should know how to shield our- offen so. And upon failure or refusalto
"+ of the 1C"S3, church in honor of Bur- feel they have the hearty co-operation '
I : selves from the of needless such fine, said parent,
r,, dette,"Pant and Floyd Northrop whouv.1'hursday of all the patrons to make this year coming pay guar- ATLANTIC COAST LINE 1M1
should dian or other in control of a
temptations, and second, we person
m6rnlng for Stetson the best ever In the history of the
) child shall be not to STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTHAccount
know how to overcome the tempta- imprisoned ex-
school in interest
One of the advancement and
at DeLand. Ct
iJnlveralty l y
) tions we must face. This is a good ceed thirty days In the County Jail; C ,;
frames at' the evening was a paperpivenwltha attendance. In harmony with the
G. A. R.
subject and each Endeavorer should provided, that the fine for any first Encampment
: list of question on' bright and happy faces of the chil-
( : help the leader by making a careful offense, may upon payment of .costs,
J l'>o some' kind of berry; dren assembled, the school hip most study of the lesson. be suspended and'not collected until Tickets Sold Sept.. 25, 26 and 27, with final l--
appropriately been christened
another:was to match tally cards "The
Ruth, Edna and Lena Harvey and the same penon Is convicted of a second -
:which had be& eat and after all had .Pleasant Valley School. limit to reach original starting
Aaron Story call d at the C. M. ,Smith offense; provided, further, that

found partners, the DOTS told were to give given a .. . ... .... .. .eee. e .t .. home Sunday afternoon. after the expiration of three days point October 15th.
and pencil and I
.ti,_ paper' 0 Miss Iva Nlswonger was the guestof from the time notice is 8erYed'by the '

I|' description',sit their" partner, somefriot CAMPBELL ITEMS 0 Blanche Lawson Sunday. Attendance Officer, each and everyday For further information call on any i
Very ......l1n.. And so
wbICh'wen One day last week while Mr. Weth- a parent, guardian or other person
| 4. ; .1kltefeentnipaasedall;: ; ;too quickly. ? A. C. I*. Ticket Agent or i
:: . ... .. .t. . . . . ..... erbee was on .his way to the garden shall wilfully. and unlawfullykeep .

[," 'b> 4 1 .. l bftsr t-'lata, dalnty"ttefrnbmenU'wer.'hoar-the''Quests departiX'b'ril'lmpy erv-- Mrs. Rollle! Oiiffltha and children be saw something In the path IlL frontof such child or children from J, G. KIRKLAND,.

) sad returned Tuesday from Taft, Fla. him eating one of his lee roosters. school or allow It or them to remain Dtvialon Passenger -

'Ij .f.1" "". ,/ Mrs. Ida M. Norton left Tuesday Imagine his surprise when he got out of school, shall constitute a sep- : Agent, w
school work.
l :la their '
j ; i.year : to tht Under to lad arate offense and shall subject .said Tampa.
f B Mr.4Bd to visit relatives la Haines City.; nearly a large .
v ,JI rs.Cj . .Carlsoa, ,
; ;,t,1 I George,. !..'and Mrs. Ed Judge Parker and'.wife were the wildcat which quickly sprang Into the person to the penalties above describ 1

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i 1I I 1 *..... . . ..... ..o: th* .country,ha* ,had :winter.alt' tale 1:
> > > + ... ..
1 summer. :Farmer, Wffliam, Han got

r, For the 'Children NECKWEAR 'NOTE*, Woman WorldThe I'| FLOWER FANCIES! | ** ,ODD BITS OF NEWS ". so angry because.,the .ow)1.4'spoil-' ,, ,

that n picked up: a
,. Neckwear always bur a fadU . ,....'...................... .... f .. *. . . .... eel snowball his crop the other day* and threw at

1 nation, notwithstanding dawns that.of a The meet economical'houwlv'lnth ,N :'Toledo, O.--a..reDce. Feather- at rooster That day for,dinner he' +

.A city Girt Werkinga ,collar woman, fichu may; possess or Jabot.. Among W.iftall' Who Can Beth world tb* I'nncb..clo not dreamIt stone, if. want ,to'&T88t, pain .to' ate the ant chicken erer kUJed'bJ', "
Can and Make a Gad) Specon* : aa extravagance to keep always on '
Pump |.11 Country. the newest enect*-ltb* doubledecker fewest serve ,well a customer nanvod ,lira a .snowball la August la ,the:United
their dinner table a flower -
:' collar of organdie mad -- Henrietta Johnston.. *t-th* restaa-- States
V i iI Even the wife of the poorly; paid artaa *-
,. In the Quaker or cavalier style ii i will top to market and wU not rant where he wa employed; aa ''a

9r and finished with broad reran.' be content to go home with her purchase : waiter She cam. every day; ,and he ''Oary,:Ind.-Oary'.tal-i/taeya': : are:'

The latter break the broad line till abe baa bought 1 few cents grew attentive. Then they; 'decided to waging a-war on' fat men. The drive,

chance across the for shoulders band embrolderle and offer ora a worth of flower for her table. marry. At tbe marriage licence office i er* get nearsighted when fat,man''

; I ,And a good many; American housewives the record showed 1 frantically at him
. tiny; lace frill edging. that they; wars aland waving, ,
feel the about flower
aam .
For the Blender girt then IB a mother and son. from the Bid-walk.:., Eight Jitney; recently
for th. table. They; have found that
collar fashioned on the !line of for a quarter or lea flower may be ; passed by Mayor Tom ''Eot...

? a baby bib rather small and bought which with a few spray ol Wlnstoad. Conn.-Two month "Why. should w* put. in one man who''

round and fastened down the green thrown In by; the florist 'wW ago Fritz Hebner, while working Inh's take op. fifteen- cent .worth of

-A back with email button. This y make the table attractive for a week. garden lost a 16 bill from his room?" said a driver. 'A fire' passenger >., "i, aka
collar baa the semblance of an
Tea for a week, for with proper care work shirt. Shortly afterward while jitney will carry tea Um steel
and In
Impromptu yoke many; r prT cut flower can be made to last a eating boiled cabbage from the nickel each. '
Instances fires Just the needed garden worker at a ".
In '
etr week-that Is, except tbe warmest
touch of freshness to a taffeta the bill was found. In the mean- ,
weather, and In the warm weatherwe At c' r
qaiia or linen frock. time Helmer had sold hundred of Anahane, Texa* "i. are most of ns located so that we '
For the athletic girl there are f can get some sort of fresh flowers heads of cabbage. the Gulf storm of "the 16th:,;W.., F..

sport stocks of plaited batiste every day or so, if It Is only; a bunch Mayes wa. alone at ,,his home on, the: "',

combined with folds of handkerchief of daisies or buttercups. Denton 111.-The modern Enoch bank of Trinity' river.; He occupied

the linen.of These the old In time a way Ascot take One of the best ways to keep cut Arden, returning to his wife first a room upstairs. The wind broke out "

and place four-in-hand. They are flowers from fading la to see that the calls over the telephone. Peter one ,of' the windows;-and' the rain"
moment they are cut from their stems .
worn with linen or aUk shirt kMBa. Scheasler, after a difficulty with his came In. To keep h.,"water from
they be placed in water. But of course
waists.MAKING. wife left dripping down on the piano' in the ,
w* Cannot be sure that this Is done In Normal." Ill., seven yearsago. r

.. the case of florists' flowers. The thing A year later the body of'a man parlor below be'worked',until:mornlng ;

to make sure of is that the sap In killed by a train was Identified a* mopping up the water. The river

the stems. does not dry out and one Schessler. Returning from Liverpool in the meantime rose "to a:depth of 1 '
LIVABLE. PORCHES. way to accomplish this-a way used recently, Schessler called his sister at fire feet in the house 'and.he; found',

When Constructing by many florists-1s to put a piece of Normal over the phone and frorijlier the piano floating. around the. 'rboni.) :
Privacy a '
wax over the stem! of the flowers as :
Piazza. Baleonias or Loggia Boon learned that his wife was about to err $
aa they are
i Unfortunately up to the present time j marry his brother. Schessler Is now Greenville, S. C.Arthur Warren* +

a MR4r few Americans realize the meaning In Normal trying to effect a recon- has put to shame the three:wise men,

b and desirability of pilvacy. Even In GODMOTHER TO FORTY BABIES ciliation. who went to lea |A4a bowl: coil;-

tbe country many houses are' built near 1 I KDKX BUCXM KKABKB.: pletlng a .20-mile cruise on Tar r'iver'In
Photo by American Praaa Association. the road without any attempt to sent clothe.Ii\
Hungarian Countess Takes Upon Her.self a bathtub. Ha his
5 Pan 111.
residences from tbe pub- That housekeeping and campaigningfor -Eight years ago Mr. '
screen private ,
' For the Bret time In life the little Stranuous Dutiaa. ahead by express and they; were wait
her lic and iu the city, where porchesare woman suffrage can be wholesomely and Mrs. Oscar Oootch, of Lltchfleld, ,
here gaze I The Countess. Magdelelne Uunyadyvon Ing for him when he arrived. Warren x
girl pictured became acquainted so rare a luxury, they are generallybuilt combined has been demonstratedby placed their child In an orphan asylum ,
i with a sure enough pump: in tbe conn- around tbe main entrance of a Mrs. Edna Buckman Kearns\ ofNassau Ketbely, the wife of a great land from which she was adopted by say' Diogenes and his' tub had.
try. It was a most wonderful thing N. Y. In one' day ed proprietor of Hungary, la taking him. 'r
county, nothing on
there Is constant
house, wbere a coming : Mr. and Mrs. George Metzger of
all the
under her
motherly wing posthumous
to Miss Ernestine Undaner of the Kearns both breakfast
Mrs. prepared
and going and wbere a cozy re- Pana Oootch then became i
l babies born In tbe of wealthyand ,1
Bronx New York who for all her Vacation Failure"Wa ,
city, treat, hidden from every passerby, Is and lunch for her family, put her a
Eat wbere tier husband's started to search for his
princi- daughter. -
short life of three and half years ergon "
a almost an Impossibility house to rights, canned seventeen cans your vacation a success?
bad simply turned the spigot at the However, many houses have posslblllties I of peas and six Jars of raspberries and pal estates are situated, whose fathers lie found her recently in Mrs. "I'm afraid not."

sink and the water flow At tills gave up their lives upon the battlefield Samuel P. Mooney, of Pana.
t seen For Instance, roofs over pantries then went to a suffrage meeting and "What happened?"
In this nnr Already she has become
wonderful country pump, however, she I and additions or projecting exten made such a good speech urging woman "
"I back home with
chil 2.
fairy godmother to nearly forty got
f' quickly discovered that one must workto 1 Hloiis that are created ns a result of suffrage In the Interests of pure dren. A haudxoiiic young matron of LaCrosse, Wis.-This section of Birmingham Age-Herald., le -' .
secure wuter Ernestine thought It architectural deHlgn could be made food that she started some profitable
thirty-six with a daughter of her own
a great Improvement over the city way. I Into charming little balconies without work in the cause of votes for women.
old and of twelve,
fifteen u sou
It was great tun to watch the water : much trouble or expeilbe In the course of her speech Mrs years 0..0..0.......... ............ ........

' + flow after the pump bundle bad been A roof cau be comertcd Into a very Kearns happened to mention the canning the countess Is mieptlng duties which

tat moved up and down. The mere turns porch floor by covering she had done that day, and otter will extend over many years, involvingthe
I fntlufnctory dedication of her time and fortune cJ:::: :N"C SEEX>>
Ing of a spigot Is very little'. pleasure, and leveling It with wooden slats that she closed her bearers crowded nboul
who U Belgian birth, belong-
That u by '
compared with pumping on the farm. allow natural drainage/ and there need her to ask how she canned her l peas POSTPAID-

During Knioatlne's. visit at tbe New be no permanent wooden roofs for I I Then tbe idea< popped into her bead ing to the princely family' of Caramau Crystal Wax Bermuda-Pkg. 10c.; Oz. 30c; U lb. $1.00. I :I,
Chi which line suffered almost as
Jersey farm where rue made such Ssuch a retreat when awnings and canvas I that here wee a chance to moke Dome may, White Bermuda-Pkg. 6c.; Oz. 20c.; lb. 70c.;; Ib. $2.25. t
of the Germans
much the hands as
: wonderful discoveries, she never failed, curtains can be made to answer money for woman suffrage at Red Bermuda-Pkg. 5c.; Oz. 20c; % 65c; lb. 200.

S: even when It was mining, to get her I the purpose of protection quite as effertlvely Mrs Snyder, one of the _official can the royal house of Belgium, does not Louisiana Creole-PkK. IOc; O*. 20c; % lb. $1..00; Ib. $3.50.

\ drink of cool water by her own exertions. Is there anything more restful nlng demonstrators of the United seem to hn>o husband's, r to the misfortunes Our Bermuda Onion Seed Is Genuire:: Imported Stock and the
of her country
k or more delightful than to be tAlus States form bureau, was engaged as best that money can buy. ;
Countess Magdelelue llunyady's sls-
sheltered from the dust and bustle of teacher One town after another fell "
ter-in-law, Countess Marie Henrietta KILGORE SEED COMPANY .
Museum For CMdr.n. streets? Is there anything more desirable in with tbe movement, and all through
Hunyady, has been for some years the
J One of the special rooms at the than the security of such a re the month of August the women gave and the PLANT CUT, FLORIDA. ;
wife of Count Emil Bzecbenyl
: Smithsonian Institution at Washing treat practical demonstrations of tbe fact PHONE 216 ,
women of the two famous Hungarian
r, Uon, which was tbe Idea of Dr. Samuel Indeed, a balcony, loggia or veranda that better housewifery and enfran- houses will probably divide among 0..00..000..0.00000...... .. .......... .... . ,.. ....'
Langley, la devoted entirely to exhibits need not be limited to the homes of the chlsement of women are twin move little children ,
I themselves the care of the
; designed to Interest boys and girls wealthy, for It can easily be brought ments. As Mrs Kearns said:
: Dr. Langley knew that most museumsare within the scope of limited Incomes "We are proving the fact that suffragists I will stand for whom sponsor Countess before th.Magdelelne end of 0.00... .. .......................... .............- .' .. .. ..

not arranged so that tj elr exhibitions and talents. Tbe barest and bleakest can can and can campaign the war. ; j,: A WISE _AN'

even in natural science, can be of porches can be made in Interesting while they can. Suffrage stands for 4p : .:::! \i carrie sufficient ,FIRE INSUR. t,

." seen and admired and studied by spot-one that Is essentially livable the best way of being the best sort of .' :-. to protect hi* pro ,

:. young folks. lie decided that these with the belp of awnings and screens, woman In the home. Why, It was A federal law wpqld not only; protest while he I* Uvlpt and aafple liFE)

r; things should be presented in a way a few comfortable chain a swinging only; a week ago that a whole household people outside of North Carolina INSURANCE to protect Ms fmilr ?

that would appeal to children. So be couch or hammock and, above all. a was poisoned with pea soup made from receiving good manufactured by; in the event of his death. He

Irf superintended a special children' dis few flowers and, Tinea.. Flowers and from Improperly prepared peas. children In North Carolina but It i also Insure hi* earning capacity

;' play; In a room used for the purposeall I green things are to a porch what an The Evening MaU of New York citysays would protect people In that state from 1 I by taking out an ACCIDENT
IW\. ,
\, .\ the wall case which contain large I open fireplace Is to a room. They forma editorially of this movement: '_ baring to buy tenement goods from HEALTH POLICY.. :. .Be. '08'the.. ; s.Irate'

''l$: numbers of birds arranged in classifications nucleus, a charming center, around "This sounds like an improvementon New York.-owen B.. Lovejoy.NEW We aide.' writ an lines"'of''" -INSUR." "

:l( t designed to draw the Interest which the other things naturally group the old fashioned quilting bee, I ANCE that Insure and endure ,

.{. of youngsters are built low, so that themselves where the women talked about theparson's PIANO LIGHTER. I ) None but RELIABLE old line. eons.. > ?

' I' everything within them is plainly to last sermon and the parson's panic In this "*

; c : be seen The largest and smpllest JAPANESE SCREEN.Black wife's new bonnet When the housewives This Candlestick Will Add D. G. WAGER . . $

"I ; birds of prey, the eagle and elf owls get together In tbe future to at- Graceful Luster Horn. J7rI Second Floor au..... Bank BUgJKiImmee ;'. f'

t and curious birds, such aa the toucan and Ross Is the Color Sohama In tend to domestic duties and to talk to Your .J Fla. 'I, *':
t t
If parlor Is furnl('SCl: with mahogany ; ,
about scientific your " "
politics we may expect more -
"'tl and umbrella bird, are represented, This Article. 1'
this candlestick of the same
-, 'j while bright colored and curious shaped housekeeping.
Block Japanese silk was used In the
v Wood will be In harmony. Tbe shadelpWKhibraa.
'd shells, strange and Interesting Insects making of this beautiful screen. It is

specimens of minerals, fossils richly embroidered In pale pink aAldrUUllllllll Beauty Slaap. ..
4 ,d and coral formations are also ahownTh When you go to bed. It you are looking f ( ee

t-- for beauty sleep you should fall d t '
1 o.' Strength of a Spid.r. ._"r: IIU-ljS: asleep right away. Tbe beauty sleeper,

{ S The amazing strength of spider 1* ," ,.\ A@! Ulnl the one who wakes up looking refreshed .
,, ,
shown in a number of well authenticated I will fall asleep the moment her Dealer In

w Instance Thus -we have an In- j bead touches the pillow. She will fall

stance of a half Inch spldac catching a Into a slumber, heavy and dreamless,
two Inch flsb. It was of the ground or and she will waken in the morning other Nay. au.

? wolf family. A scientist It ... ,.
came upon own accord.
E 'I
I struggling with a fish on the edge of a ? : "" The old fashioned Idea of the beauty Corner Broadway and Dakin Ai

H -e little pool. It. claws were burled in '" sleep was the sleep that comes before a ...
the fish's taIL It bad the tall out of midnight Every hour passed in sleep I.

1 ., t the water, but the head still remained \ : before then made a woman younger, Try Us on Your Next Order For

''r, underneath. The spider struggled to h''r: : according to the old time Idea. After a- :

pull the fish up the bank and the fish ; L3 tbe Bleep la heavy and not so good

yt i'' struggled desperately to draw the spider ' '! for the nerves, being less Invigoratingand

into the pool.- For ten minute* the /, less strengthening.It .
+' dentist w.tchedtbia silent and deadly 'cf
la not so much the amount of sleep
,;' fight Then be hurried away for a : a* the quality that counts. An Edison STOKES SEED!
bottle in which .
a to put the combatant can get a. much sleep In four hour

1 when he captured them. He wu gone 1 ,,' ' ..L. a* most of us get In eight, which ABE GROWN: FOR CAREFUL PLANT EB$ J
; about half an hour, and on hi* return .. ''-1 "
mean merely; that his sleep Is so Intense 1>
a the end had come. Tbe fish w.. dead
r iW* his rest so perfect,. that In four Stokes Seed Farms CompanyhMOORESTOWN
+: and the spider was lowly dragging its { ; hours all the fatigue poisons are driven .
+ victim
away .
from his ,system, while moat peo- ,
; i z Vanilla loe Cream.Bon : I >le's Bleep 1* so fitful or so light that Ittakes

a quart of cream add a cupful t, "" .'I ."c"Jl ,,./' 'I eight or nine hour to do the.

'' of sugar and 'a teaspoonful of vanfia.y ./i; same work for them. NEW
: if _
; Cool and freeze. Hot chocolate sauce: \
lt Boll on. cupful of water and one-half ;l1 i SMlleped | Ramaklna.XJee % :

r ? cupful of.sugar five minute. Add one- boiled fish and cut in one-half May l mber

half cupful of milk two square oft inch cubes. Butter a cupful of bread (

; ; '' melted chocolate and a tablespoonful crumb and put In individual ramekin

1 of dissolved cornstarch. Boll oDe mln- JUJfJIIIOIDI HOtaBKO&D ITI"I'DrClo that are well buttered. Put in a layer 'Whole**!. and Retail Dealers ..

Y of shredded flab, sprinkle with another \ rr
ate. "
r rose chrysanthemums and the casings layer of chopped almond and then alayer '
are at ebony. There are four' leaves hi of flabCover with a tomato YELLOW: PINt| : LUMBERShingles :

.' A Sal. ef Airships. the screen proper, only; two. of which sauce and sprinkle with breadcrumb 1,.
Too want to bay an airship how In the Illustration
M Which Duke .0 you prefert Place ramekins' 14 a pan of hot water r and:: Laths' ,

} The c1&D4eUoa'a oat et sty'si Ceding M..... aad' bake for fifteen minute Serve ,) ,r., 'f ., .'<."- '_:':' : l

a But w.u. m.kes i .t4t !To keep milk fresh In warm weatheror hot; and decorate, with panley. I Fan wont ...;: 'HOUSE BIOS A ,SPECIALTY ".

t ; ", BomO faIrIM ehao.t thelaJlk weet- to cool any liquid In a bottle dtp a ,I- .. .
-. ., .,aI.. .lodty THIS DriVse Meequltee* 'A_ ,. lined with roMchma J k'.tJe. u.--.ti. .t.t: >
i" cloth In cold water, wrap .the cloth I : .
I nha.w wbe warm ...... bout Wind a plec of paper around a pea. ,mk Th. beaded flog.totaitbaam* ;
e ,on-: foss.It would ppledait around the Jug or bottle and' tear' laa ett 'and flu:the tub .ao 'formed.with teem. JFor Madug slow tabto.wfilMdacaf ,c..tMIt.: ui .......... DeIfa7:' M '
t 'eool place.'preferably .m: a draft hnIaa powder,t 1Nand It b IDs\ < :>'1 j :. :.i."w, .-D ", -.r :-I., i.-: r' '
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a dish. th 8Uck".tan grsiai4 A. pafefehelfitlCtlWslt'wtltlaagw C1j :
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f" __ Valley Gazette many persons, with diametrically opposed' be taken'' advantage olIn many"towns' a '.$n l V

motives. There is the man'who pays a big cities for a display ,of. the products;,of the t _
: school tax and sees many who should profit farmers and 1 ., Booster "1' vs. Knocker J JI
---- "l..." 1r.bu.rnn ... ....,.' ...rI..}". growers. ",,_ ,
._, "' 0,--' . ta..tte. .BaJ'''_, KI"' rta.AMD thereby, getting no good from it. He nat. .... > ,

'y. ;''I ............. B. 0. VAI > .AGKBW. Owam.T' . urally thinks if taxes are compulsory for ALMOST $6,000,000 FOR ROADS I ,

',,.'.. '"._. )'. . ,H t. .,.' .IIt46q Edit.. ..l education, education should be made com --:--:- When the Creator had ''made; make' something to counteract:

.. .... ........ ...... for the child. There is also the
pulsory it lie beam.and
;; all the good there so took; a ,
0" things ,, .
&* Tear ..._.._____ f 1.60 Showing the widespread growth of the ,
'IS: py. SI* Montha _______-__-_- 1.00 man who is his brother's keeper, he feels : put'in ''the heart' of a child,"'the"
,' Three good roads movement In }Florida and the still some'rty work to do so ;
_ .i"I! I OPT ,Months _____________ ."11 '
., 't.1jl': ;, 'AUm""IUO" ast that the parent's keeping the child at homein publicity which is coming to the state as lie made beasts and reptiles and brain of a: man, wrapped these' r
.. 1 oar authorised the or truck patch is an act of in civic covered it with
;eorrsupo.d.nU be ,
"r .F' must Ignad tor the writer. a result, the following item from the Manu- poisonous insects, and when lie
1 .......rj*,******a mattr, 'wlu not. )[ be returned unless called criminal injustice to the child, and emanating facutrer's Record, of Baltimore, which had finished, lie had some brotherly love, gave it a mask'of'velvet ''

from the parental mind of low degree. has a big circulation the that were too bad to put and a grasp of steel
(Ee .rt d la p .totdo. tD throughout country scraps
,fie .._a-cta.a matter.) Kt..lmm.e. Hlorlda The person of broad mind, extended acquaintance is quoted : into the Rattle Snake,' the Hyena and called it a BOOSTER;

with the world changes and the made him lover of fields and
a i''
: During this year there has been- espf'dnlacth'lty the Scorpion, and the
"q ,'.,.FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1915 probable] demands of the future feels that
I throughout the state of Florida] in Skunk, so' He put all these together flowers and manly sports, a. believer 1//
;r it is near not to ,
; V criminality permit every providing] county nds-ful' the construe : covered it with suspicion in equality and justice, '
; COMPULSORY child to have educational opportunity ami \
_ '';;') EDUCATION that in tion of modern highways, the ]largest 11>- wrapped it with jealousy, ami ever since these two were, t\ :, t
if the child
t ., -:- opportunity impossible) cent Issues totaling $5,805,000.; () This" marked\;: it with a yellow] streak \ ;
\ fails to attend school' ] whatever the mortal man has had the privilege i
4:. v There has been some agitation of late reason. amount in<'hides $800,000) for Palm lilac h and called ita KNOCKKK.This : ,
: There are other those of methodical of choosing his associates.
j.t' favoring an election in Osceola"' to persons,
county which has sold bonds Seminole
'. county, ; '! product was so fearfulto
:: Vote business habits who note with regret '-
the ,
; ., upon proposition of whether or not county, "t:>(OOOO'oh'd) ) ; Pine-lias county, contemplate that He had to Author Unknown. %'jf{
f / this county shall have compulsory education that many well-meaning] parents permit $750,000 Aoteel Orange county $((500,000) ,. ;il
; .
-- 1\iJ.\
their children 1o be absent from -hool] -
as provided by the law the s .
; passed by t voted ; Lake county, $500,000oteel ; Polk
I last session of the legislature. The details a half day or a day at a time. These sympathetic ,I I
be voted
county $1,000,000 to Lafayette
I j '.' know that such absences upon ; -
of that law ]persons
are given elsewhere in this StatePressCommentKnocking
county, $300,000 to be voted upon ; I I
* isaue.M not only retard the progress of the irregular -
Taylor] county, $500,000 to be voted upon ;
pupil but interfere with) the
seriously Kissimmee
)l The
.. Valley Gazette believes that it Hillsborough) county, $1,000,000 being ('x-
-i ', would be work of the regular] ones. In fact only a without hammer la the
\ well to adopt the provisions of pended. The Polk county vote is intended '

, this law in Osceola county. We l believe few persons fully realize the damage done to provide funds for constructing 208 milesof Kissimmee Is now considering paying moat unprofitable employment any t

? ;, as well aid by some prominent man years by these intermittent pupils. It is safe to 15 and 9-foot highways. a stated sum to its excellent bandat one can engage In. If you don't like :

; ;'' ,, ;:' ego that "The public schools are the hope say that it prevents two-thirds of what least enough to buy the music what other people are doing, start ( %
y otherwise be train- (something that you like.-Plant City-
of might accomplished by needed. They give a concert each
our country. And because do be-
ed teachers. ,week-but up to this time there has
sieve that we would like to see child
every -o-
been no appropriation made for the
1 rl i nave equal advantages, even if his parents Escambla county Is to have a
I ADVERTISING MI\\. WOOD. Showing its appreciation of the work serrlces.-Palm Beach Post "wet dry" election the 12th
r 4 are so negligent of his welfare as to fail t --+- or on
F to keep him in school during the term provided ; done by the press of Florida in the good Speaking of the Gazette editorial of October. Here'a hoping that the l

w, by the community. >. roads movement, the Central Florida Highway urging that the conTention of cattle- dry side will win with a good ma- t

Last week the Valley Gazette had some assiciation has extended a complimentary men be held here the MacClenny I good town but it would be a whole
Recently in of the counties in
one which
thing to say about the plan of the Hon. P i membership to the editors of the vari- Standard says 'lot better town without saloons,-

t c,r the compulsory law has been voted,upon, A. Woods, of St. Petersburg, to get pub ous papers. In sending out membership You are right, Bro Naugle. Kl-, Chlpley Banner. (
> a citizen wrote the
M____ ,. . following. argument in licity- free. Anent this subject the Punta cards, Secretary L. P. Dickie, of Tampa, slmmee Is the place to hold this meeting It makes Floridians-+- smile to read
lavor or iw adoption, and since it so well Gorda Herald] his scheme writes follows) for there are more long horn
punctures pet as as : about the closing of Boston' schools
is sets forth the advantages, we are using it steers in Osceola county than in any
a follows : To the Editors in the State of Florida] : because of the heat The trouble with ,
here as our county in Florida, and why not hold
argument : Notwithstanding the fact that The Her Dear Sir : Your support and your good that kind of climate !. that within '.,,
the meeting where the goods are.
c' As per invitation the undersigned offers aid warmly favors the gubernatorial candi work concerning gooel roads in the state --+- twenty-four hours snow may be fallIng 7'

,; : a. few pointers regarding compulsory education dacy of Hon. Wm. V. Knott, it is liberal of Florida] is greatly appreciated by this Osceola county did good businesslast .-St. Augustine Record.If ":''J
i '..
or compulsory attendance of enough to give one of his competitors, Hon.P. association and by unanimous vote you week when It"added to Its good ------.----

)' ) } schools. As far as possible] individual preference A. Wood of St Petersburg, considerable were given a (complimentary memlHTship' roads bonding plan the proportion all the bonds voted on in Florida tare
: sold and they all
bring outside
' 4 is kept in the background the in which forth his in the in form to take active part in the FiveCounty ,
space to set views 011 organigation ; credentials the money into Florida, this state will ',.
thought being to furnish suggestions to certain mat ter M of public interest. The of a membership card is herewith enclosed. Mid-Winter Fair, to be held in have more money than It has ever
t : Orlando during February The two
form a basis for a proper understanding publication of Ins picture and \ic\ss is in Thanking you for your support in the propositions go hand in hand.-Orange had before and If money brings prosperity .
6 the subject by those who may be called the nature of an advertisement of his can past and trusting that we may leave your County Citizen. that word will be heralded In fired

r 4 i upon to take decisive action by their votesMt' niclaty, hut the Herald will ]let it go this continued support in the( future, as well as letters In many of the counties if

I in the future. time with the understanding, : that neither your attendance at our men-tings, \\e- are KlRslmmee Is said to be providing of the slate.-Ot'ala Danner tIt

.: roposition on which the main dif- lu' nor any (oilier candidate wilt' adopt t hiM Yours very truly, for the tourists this winter an never la SAId there-are more than j

: '" n::: ,? IUf and ends is this"If: the mi'l hod of fin fIc, i ring his ]1)e ',,01.111! 1 potni kal Ontml] Florida Highway Ass'n. before Arcadia can be made an good slat of Florida If such is the _

. : state ,'1. Izens and property for the] interestsithout p.ning for it as in ml By L. I'. Ditkie Secietary.Willis tourist town there Is In Florida by I ease the citrus growers and truck y

,, ,r support cJ>"JaBfcXree( schools, Hhould not \_ertiNement.With doing three thlngft If you are Interested 'I farmers will hn\g\; to keep busy or t ,

t rp N .-,. the school pop: lmnbe. compelled) to attend this preface( it mnstated{ (hat Powell of the Clearwater Sun, is we'll tell you what they" arp ,' they will lose the position at the
... I This Is thrown out an a kind of feel top of the ladder, which
1t those schools. I the gist", of .M II'i \\'ood's addiess to our made (the igniiitor. 10\e>i.\thing that (>r" to the Hoard of Trade and the i iI I known as a rattle stale they and with now ./ .

Those who oppose compulsory] School ;attendance I ers is an iiigumeiit for the abolition of the colors up \\' llii'< gels his linger! ) in "somehowor I I Chamber of Commerce Arradl.i. '''' many thousandth of acres of tree J

contend that lights of the individual fee system of p.mug! count\ ofliccis, to I other) lied if it i is I''allof, any wideSpread I'. New s. I'range there IK no good reason whyIt

ky. .... are best conserved, the harmony, \\'hich\\\ end he- \\\N.IIIH| the go\einoi\' to c'lIlIlI interest", Willis usually the- fl'lIowwho I Kiimnee's, Hoard.--I of Trade has should not (take a place with the "'

': :; the community best balanced, and the c'\'i. spec iiil I session of t the legislature t to "submit' i t st.uted it. 'what he- NI\S in th(. I great plains for the immediate. future I first cattle state of the Union. "'

;h dent intention of of the Creator best NI'I'\'l'd l the 11I"'I'Ml-lal'Y amendment) { Hun and of eouise- e-\erjboel) bcliexe-s' what It held an open-air meeting a few Lake Worth lli-rald, '

:' ,) by leaving the matter of scholastic ealuca1 As to the abolition of the fie system) and the Sun sa\s.. HIM latest'' claim to fame i ii' days ago at which real cnthuslaHin I The Davis, Package- law, the most '-'::': ,

,;' I', ry,, :, tion optional. They contend, and \\ilh I the substitution in its place of a salary) i that lie is the fellow who originated that was deeloped Plans for (community. stringent': anil.liquor law ever enacted :&.

t :y; some reason, that there is no such thing system, he may be right t, though therearc old cat anel rat farm story, which has l lately improvement were discussed and ( by a state, will go into effect :,tv,

't :' ,>". compulsory; education, that you "inav } sonw very) good reasons for objecting to been going the rounds again. Willis says adopted, which Include tho cleaning on the night of the 30th inst., and! . .::.

.: _, .'i.' ,...:1 lead a horse to water, but you can't compel l the proposition, as, for example, the political he conceived the story and foisted it off up of the city, a public bath-hause, i the whiskey element Is preparing ', },
A i!.... and that would be public golf links, tennis courts and ''to test in the courts the constitutionas .J
.. s 4:hlm to drink, ,;They assert that educating pull graft developed on. the metropolitan press as a true one grounds ..

.. :!;',',: "L .childjls not '"working: along the "line of amongst' county commissioners in appointing some thirty years ago, when he was editinga shores croquet of Lake and Tobopekaliga.bulkheadlng KIs-the allty of the act. It will stand the ": a"
for the
$ test bill and Its
.. ."'. ",..' ... :.' :':" least -resistance. . ,even if all parties cone assistants for the circuit clerk and paper at Lacon, Illinois. Now that he almmee is evidently going to make I the legislature clothed supportersin It with I' I'l

i 'eerned are in harmony, and when parent other county officers. has pleaded guilty of his own free will and herself unusually attractive for winter 1 every'constitutional guard, and the ..

i- and pupil are put under the stress of compulsion Hut a s]>ecial session of the legislature accord, we move that he be shot at sunrise visitors as well as for its perma- Supreme Court will"sustain its pro- :, '

tea opposition would be aroused, ner, sir, ne\er') '! The Herald does not believe October 1st. Airy man who started that nent rf'sldl'nts.-Tampa Tribune visions.-Volusla County Record. _, .

'; .f thereby engendering such friction as would in even a regular ieusion It regardsthe tale and admits it ought to die a horrible' KlRslmrnee continues to and -*- !I';" .

1.i l3 offset all possible advantages to be derived I ]legislature as a great public nuisancefor death. I prosper, hard times or easy grow times A year ago, before It ,was paved T..
from whose] suppression and extinction it with brick. Cleveland street lots {t '
,r the.pupil's enforced attendance. : I The city assessor has recently madeup ,

These same opponents affirm that the has been clamoring for years.In When will the editors of the Floridi his books for the year past and sold five dollars for one per hundred front and foot.twenty-. Last '1 IF't I'

''a' Creator calling for an extra Hussion! of the announces! according to the Valley '"
primarily designed some individuI' press realize that vulgarity is never funny? week properly fronting this main t--: .
: als as bearers: of burdens, and such need 1 legislature] to submit an. amendment -to the Because of the fact that the names of the uazelte, that the total valuation of thoroughfare was sold for four r
r i I property, real and personal, Is $1 1 ,
constitution :;Air: Wood that -
betrays ignorance
I t'\: not tne elevating, refining and extra-UNCTIII candidates for governor of the state lend hundred dollars a front foot for
542000. A nice
little figure for
I elements of of t the Florida constitution which of editors any the lot alone. Yet we hear that l'
} J i/J'fi#,'110\ _, education. They say there iso themselves easily to puns a number place and when the additional Information
; ( ace to draw the line if characterizes four-fifths of the members! of have been figuring new plays some will oppose the next bond 1;
% ''';''' legitimately up is given that $150,000 In values -
I : tJillJll5 :,,. _the held may thus be compelled to pass every ]p islltl1l'l"] Under the constitution, '''upon words. Some of them, however, have! has been added since last report. issue for paving extension In face j"
.. of the fact that Clearwater's
a .. "1..ut cient time at school to master certain a special session is prohibited from submitting carried it t'bo! far and the references"to the It seems even more Interesting and streets paved t if
,. constitutional amendment. has been the principal factor J. ,
Jf i : others will ultimately be included a candidates have become vulgar. The pun, pleasant. Klsslmmee has many in boosting
up selling values.
A, q ,' until, finally, the child's whole time, Section 1 of Article XVII of the constitution -' it is said, is the lowest form of humor and things to attract newcomers and -ClearWater News. ,=y
'" its mother's reads : "Either house of the legislature carried this to its those people who once settle in that j
after leaving knee, will be demanded these editors have even -+- I
r. at a REGULAR session thereof, may lovely valley seldom move away.- Senator N. P. Bryan. Marshal :J. C. !
by the state, and then children lowest depths. Quit it, brothers, before it .
{ amendments to this constitution." Florida Times-Union. Brown and Mr. Qeorre: M. Powell arrived ..- "
roil be children of individual propose becomes nauseating. /;
parents No is given a special session to do -o- in the city last night from Lake {
{ power Information from .
and become Klsslmmee
j mere wards of the state, - Is to county In the senator's auto, which

'. toeing their individuality in the ceaseless this Kissimmee people generally should give the effect that a plant for the manufacture by the way is not the gilded chariot :
; "w Exit MrVood's proposition. of paving brick is to be
public grind which cannot but fail in the more encouragement to the Concert Band es- his opponents would make It out to '
t; tablished In that
city by the Tucker
..,development of the individual. - The boys who are members of this organi- Brick Com panT. The new be, but simply a sturdy and travel- '

I : c ;. \, The brighter and stronger opponents of FARMERS' DAY A LEGAL HOLIDAYThe zation are giving their time to perfecting proposes to manufacture brick concern of cypress worn roadster. The three gentlemen ;

):.: ', compulsion are able to cite many examples themselves in music and have been giving, sawdust and bydrollne and Is and passed the night at the Harrington
on this
to Jack- t
' ,JJ,," t. 'of worldly- success among all lines of human last session of the legislature adopted concerts which have proved entertaining. said to be capitalized at about $60- sonville. Senator Bryan morning Isn't talk- J

'i\ ,4 '4,: activity, where even poor educational another legal holiday for Florida. In The Valley Gazette would like to see some 000. An Interesting feature of the Ing politics very much. He Is receiving -
'f:';; ', ,('.; ,,opportunities; were lacking. They assert regard to this action the At. Augustine sort of an arrangement made so that one hundred new industry is that about half a a warm welcome wherever Q

"" ? .t;,;"that, if the state is permitted to compel Record sass; : or two concerts could be given each week plant and men the will be roll emplowed in the he goes, however.--Ocala Star. r
1)4141 the' child to attend school during the winter season. They would pay amounting to
; through a dennite" The Miami Metropolis is the first newspaper something like $1.000 With Florid0a
,' a week will the cllmate and the ., '
-s :" period to acquire mental attainments, to call attention to the fact that prove great drawing cards for tourists. be very much of a help to the merchants Dixie Highway completed, If we .

-; ,, '.it would have the right to compel the acquisition Florida has another legal holiday. It appears -: :- and business men generally In don't over-run the state with tourists ';r",
I ; o?:punish the obstinate child as a that during the last sotuiion of the The Central Business College of Florida, hat neighborhood.-Florida Times- and settlers we miss our guess. If t":' ry';r., .'

M '* {"crfD vinah'a&Bo a moral man. is more to be State Legislature an act was parsed creating which is located ih Kissimmee, is making a Union. they come too thick and feat- wa ,..;. .
r -; ,de 'ed'than'the merely educated,, in mental . a day to be known as Farmers' Day, bid for recognition throughout Central and The Kissimmee;; +valley Gazette could dig up the roads, but ';;doubt .'

;;. .;respects, .the state would likewise be's' and to be celebrated in the state of Floridaas Southern Florida.< A large advertisementfor Friday told of the contracts made by of even with this If we could hold them' ,".( I

;#' demanding more along these a legal holiday. The date set is the second the school appeared in the Fort Meade a Texas man who had been In that vicinity few back when they sleep down here a \

,lines.than the public would tolerate. Friday October, which this year will Leader last week calling attention to the recently, for 1,200 head of fine discover nights Old Ponce De Leon did"

_. : : ',mother Bless (opposers of compulsionsAharp"upon"the be October 8th. It was the desire of the courses offered by the institution. We are I attle. "He has arranged to purchase The only the trouble"Fountain is that of there Youth.are .J r

r'l freedom'of American institntions legislature to set aside at least one lay in proud here in Kissimmee of this school 1,200 head of Osceola county cattle lots of people who won't believe '.?,' .*'

:- and say their freedom will be oblit the year when the entire state will have. and hope that it will become one of the The and Is trying to arrange to buy more. history when they read Jt. A* r,.. !
second lot he Is after .
: advocated compulsory law. an opportunity to pay tribute to the far leading schools of its kind in the state. 1,000 head and If both deals consists of Phillip said to Nathaniel, or Nathan- ,"

f *{rheiealso .with;seeming consistent mers. The idea is a good one. It may be : :- ," adds the Gazette are "the consummated *1 said to Phillip.-we don't remember f:

"' ,, '.ipyvthat,alit Jiow. fitted by,natural'capacity too late this year to make the occasion one The Monticello News, the leading pub deal wW mean 180.000 to; $40.000ironght which-"Come and ...."_Aradla -. 1;:

} ,bare'educational,opportunity:and" any efjlorkjbeyond of I special emphasis,",but' the holiday will lication of Jefferson county, prints an edi ,' to this county la exchange News. T of ;.

-iluf,present!.limit 'will resultTnf of, and legitimate for stock." Florida lire .... .4 \
t. open tip new'gvennt'wi: proper torial from the Valley Gazette in regardto stock U intreat -- "

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and product scientific supply is being kept up and hnxtrerid. and 'J.
as by
developed live
agriculture winter sbakawWbo'among'the '
: as a two-column ,box OQ.its.nt . Florida : '
: will ,
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I *;; BERNARD C. ANSTED, Pres. W. ". DAWES, V. Pres. MRS, S. II. BULLOCK, Prin. Art t Dept. MISS DIEBNER,. Modern. Languages. ,, i:

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'\ of 19,230 each Sunday. tlce, to again seek appropriation 'ho open m-.rket, hours on the Southport cattle'' ito .'

!" Go To Sunday School Leader: What is the: International Sanford Committee which amounts: to twice paying for "There will pe decided improvement Montgomery The train that arrived' ,J 1

'7J' Sunday school association T the same thing. in the quality of Florida cattleIn today on the same.road made the run:
v On October 3rd School- : The International Sunday Here For SupportContinued I It Is, of course, superfluous for us coming'years. Ranchmen are now In 28 hours. J M
going out of the state The train of Florida'cattl. that arrived ' !
''f school association operates throughout to recall to you the fact tat. a former to import good U' .
registered bulls with which to today was consigned by the,following .
$ 'i North America and seeks the betterment Board of Engineers appointed for the gradeup
I (Continued from Page One.) ( from page 1)) purpose of examination and report their herds. Last winter Cobb ft : 1.oelpyBass: ;' 10' un!, Ed. t.
schools and
of all works along '
? perby brought four carloads of Whaley, 4 cars; !l"J1i..i; ,J:cart? -i
and see for yourself. Will you Why 'the lines of co-operation. THE STATE OF FLORIDA. upon this waterway through our pure- .
not? state, virtually commended the St. bred bulls'to Kissimmee that .were Carson Cattle Co., "cars: , .
Leader: What is the population of September 30, 1915. < )
"' "'The following service issued by the North Amenca? To the Board of Engineers commissioned John's route and embodied in the report distributed over the elate Poet'feir'iha't 1 'T h ven't.written'IJ' 1 ';

t Florida Sunday School Association, by Congress to examinethe made some two years since, the "We ship to St. Louis over the At- .
anything that Will live/ MS1 m'
Boys: 122,575,180.
and will probably be used in a large feasibility of Government ownership estimate that the post of using the lantic Coast Line to Montgomery, Friend-Look'n' >the bright'wide-of' l

.\ number of Sunday Schools throughout Leader: How many Sunday schoolsare of the East Coast Canal, or construction latter would be about two millions of Ala., and from there on to St. Louis it. Be thankful
the state. there on the continent? of utilization of "any par- dollars less than that of any other we can either use the Mobile: & Ohioor spite of what you r bay.wrlUeQ--tpn-J 11

"" Call To Worship. Girls: There are 175,685 schools allel route" for the purpose of an cou res. L. & N. I have have come both I don Opinion. ." ,:. ,f"...,"".L-, ,''i:

.. Superintendent-"Oh: Praise the with an enrollment of over 18,000,000, Intra Coastal Waterway through Knowing you, gentleman of he ways and have no complaint to offer ,- ,-.l '

.' the Lord, all ye nations; Praise him or more than half the enrollment of Florida. Board to be actuated solely by a conscientious at the runs they have given us. However +oO.O..O.. ............... .

the world. GREETING: desire to serve both the I do wish to cr'tielse the feedIng .f, ''fdt"-/l/ .
people. ,
ye '
.'. Leader: Does this roople of this state and the Government facilities of both roads at Montgomery. -
great Sunday We whose names appear herewith c. I
Hymn:-"All" Hail the Power ofJesux' School work on the North American beg respectfully to call the attentionof In t"e most practical way, The pens of both lines for W. (GRIFFIN

_' Name. continent help the church? jour Honorable Board to certain greatest: good to the ,greatest; nuenber handling Southern cattle are; too .11rw'
l.ead'r-"The: ehtrance of thy and best results for the outlay that In small and too few for train load lots. and .
well Staple Fancy
Men: It does. Statistics show facts, of which although are r'w:
Word eth light it jfiveth understanding If these railroads really want our ,
K' ; ; your wise" deliberations find possible -
It desire to ,
Is emphasize
of aware our
average 6,765 Sunday school y rr
to the srmple." pu- we feel more than assured that business and will get busy and provide ,
pils have joined the church every Sunday and request" you In making your report I GROCERIES
.: School :-"Thy Word is a lamp unto in the past three to carefully consider. you will determine, and will report, decent facilities at Montgomeryfor : ,

j i my feet, and light unto my path." I years. The St John's River Is a natural' the "parallel route" of life St. John's feeding and watering our cattle ,
Leader: What is the Florida Sunday they will please us and stand bet-
River" Salt aKe and Indian Hlver, the I a Part
waterway and Lake Harney from Free Delirery to all "
",. Leader:- (Jreat peace have they School
Asociation? natural and logical route for the ter chance of getting our business to ,
this point to Salt Lake, and thence bya .. '
which love thy law ; and nothing shall of the City {
I Women: It is an organization Intra Coastal Waterway through your market ,
representing ,
offend them." short cut eastward to the Indian
the Sunday 'schools of the River, would make a watercoursefrom Florida. I The L. & N. made a run of 29 "
School "Unless law had been
: thy
various denominations
i of Florida. It north to south through the __ .
my mine delight affliction., I should" have perished in I stands for co-operation' not union. It state, rarely equalled in Its scenic attractiveness Florida Beef Sells -

. encourages and stimulates work its Inrstiriiable value te -- .7

l..ader1: understand more than among schools throughout the state commerce", using, seeking Increasingand . .. t ,
the ancients" because I keep thy pre- by bringing the strong into contact tributary to this outlet and Intake Well In the West I The Favorite Store of Kiitimmce f. Y

ceipts. with the weak. Its '
convenions and institutes and Invaluable to the accomplishment -
School The law of mouth is'' I
:- '
discuss 1
methods of
work, not of other waterway Improvements -
better unto me than thousands of gold doctrine. It works Continued from page 1)
t, by suggestions; which In the course of
and silver." I not authority. It therefore helps many time must Inevitably be made. The past few years several big cattle L t
All:-"Let the words of my mouth and hinders It is the fURNITURE.p
none. only organization Especially would we ask that you companies and large Individual operators ;
and the meditations of heart be
my in the state which aims to studiously weigh and take Into account have purchased the more de- ;
acceptable in thy sight, 0 Lord, .,...
my help school.
every Sunday the Immense territory so rap-I sirable grazing lands on the marshes .

._.. strength and my redeemer." Leader: How are the affairs of this Idly populating that would be benefited and prairies and fenced t hose in.

-Hymn-Love Devine All Love Ex- Association managed T by the St. Johns route. Adown the This is putting the cattle business in :'Ilf
\ "
y ceiling. Men: By an executive committeeof East Coast practically but one side the hands of fewer parUes, who will -WE HAVE !
Leader-When was the first whiter 68 of the"waterway would be habltalble be able to give the Industry much :
leading Christian men and wo- .
k I settlement made in Florida? 'men from various parts of the stat : as there.Is only a narrow strip of landto better attention than in to*,old days, ,, .

t . School:-Long years ago, when A central the eastward, while over the St. when It was all open range and natives axe' I aIn
executive ,
? .
committee does
I ..;) only red men lived here, a little bond Johns way both sides are habitable controlled the business, .N, V
much the
\ .. of explorers led by Ponce .de! Leon*, of state-wide planning.* tor miles, In fact,'from coast to coast "Prlor'to this season Florida ranchmen ci.ectiod'with oar Hardware lint,we carry a ceas. "' ,

I touched our shores nearest' Augustine Leader: Is this work needed in Along the tributary rivers, as for, In- generally contracted their cat- line of furniture. We mO. a specialty of .t6ttiaC..o., sad,: !

t in the year of 1513. Florida 1School stance the Ocklawaha, far handle'' 'k
yt. reaching tle to the big packers! who sent buy- t
Leader: How many white peopleare : Most emphatically. Thou- areas would contribute to businessand ers down there for that purpose. The t

there at present time in our state? sands of our schools are far below nor- wondrously be opened up, espe- ranchmen however, have begun to Bed Room. Furniture Dining '

4 Boys: It is estimated that there mal. There are only a few teacher cially If thcross state canal should realize that they could do better by i

are 800,000 white persons in Florida. training classes in the state. We are ever be constructed The East Coast patronizing the open market here at Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor 'f '
Leader: How many of these white much behind other states in Sunday I I already has the F. E. C. R. R., whilea St. Louis where they have! the benefit .

people go to Sunday School? school efficiency. Calls are comingall great, and we fear not a ppreclated of competition."One Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers,; i? .

Girls: About 80,000 or 10 per cent. the time for the association work- expanse o' rich and resourceful big packer early last spring Couches Etc. '

About one in every 10 go to Sunday ers, and needy fields are all about us. country would If the St. Johns pro- went to Florida and contracted about ty .

School. Leader: How is this. work supported posed route were adopted, then for I I 10,000 head of cattle, so I was told, ,;vat\..' i I
Leader How white ? the first time have transportation for ...
: people some
many and paid earnest downon
then are not enrolled in SundaySchools School: Entirely by free-will, voluntary outgoing products and incoming them. The market on money that class: This store U making a record fer itself in 1Ia' : Iaaflee:.eI.,
needs.In helping people to outfit homes. Come and.
? offerings of individuals classes of cattle began,to break and when the see.

School: About 720,000 or 90 per and Sunday schools. case of necessity for national ranchmen had rounded up a good right

cent of the population. All: This third day of October, protection, the St. John's route would portion of the stock contracted the

Leader: How can this 90 per cent 1915, is known as "Florida Go to Sunday afford shelter and safety for the transit buyer cut out and took enough of

I be lessened, and these people be I Sch<\9J..Day." Sunday schools everywhere of our submarines and other war the best end to offset the money paid TOOLS FOR ENGINE!

brought n touch with Bible teaching? in the state are meeting in craft, whereas s the East Coast canal down and threw the remainder of the

I School: By all denominations co- prayer for each other, and for the would simply be an exposure to the cattle back on the bands of the owners -

operating for this purpose. success of all church workers. We are enemy. No matter what kind of an Engine yen ha

Leader: Are you and is your school : all one big family. i We feel, most Intently, that the "Practices like these do not maker/ Railroad or Stationary Eafine.. have exactly tlie

anxious and willing to help in this I The Florida Sunday School Association government in,ceding large tracts of Florida cattle raisers feel very kindly need in year everyday work,Wrenches, Hammer, <

great home missionary work of reach- is planning great advance movements land to this state and that as a state toward the packer contractors. In all of the best quality and werkiaaaship. and. at prices

ing those in Florida who rarely go for the coming.year and each In bargaining selling and convoying other words, the stock raisers ./feel surprise yen. nit store ha the reputation handl

4" to a Sunday school? of us is asked to help in this work. valuable portions of these tracts to they are being stung. hardware that i* of superior. quality and yon will nulc

School: We are. All Christians We can lend our efforts and give our the East Coast Canal Company upon "The past spring another one of take in co"'lag hore NOW and inspecting Hg cteck.;:!"F
I i
should do all in their power to get money, so that .our fair state may the express contract on the latter' the big packers, who has bought a 4"FA'; '

boys and girls, men and women into have more and better Sunday schools, part to construct and keep open a good many Florida cattle In the past .,
Sunday school. and that the word of God may be carried good and navigable waterway, have sent a representative to Florida and + /

Leader: Through what great agen- I by the hands of trained workmento already paid for a canal for which be bid on a good many cattle but his Osceola Hardware Com f'
said has
cies is it possible for all denominations every man, woman, boy and girl company no right In all jar offer was so low that most of the parties .

within the bounds of the Sunshne with whom he tried to de business s..:, ,
I to co-operate in Sunday school Csres OM Sen. OtM ...MOstWMt. Csr*. > r"
work? State The want":*... matter ol how lomf.UxilnK turned him down., preferring \ \:;""t
.. are cared by l1.. wOBdcrtvl, I
old rxllabl DC
Men: Through the World's, the In- Song: "Florida for Christ" F rt.i". Antlxptie H."U... Oil. It rcu>>..
", ,. ternational, and the State Sunday Short address (if desired) and invitation Pala .Dd Hash.t UM S .JM Urn. 2Sc,.Inc tljM

associations to church services.
!r Leader: What is the World's Sunday Prayer: By pastor. I s Limited

' ::1 I; '' school association? Offering: (If desired) for the state I U'U Potash supply ha+

Women: It is an organization of Sunday school work. I ii I.: given an incentive to look -

) Christian men and women, representing Benediction. ; more thoroughly into plant nutrition '

f all the SUhday schools of the : with view
,, .- to utilizing products at hand to the very -
: for its aim the
world, having promotion -
.f', '. ", of a missionary spirit in the Sunday M. TILLER best purpose.. The result of our efforts along this line ,Js '*

scrfool in our own land an' Sunday -"

;t.t." ,school spirit on the mission field: Real Estate Agency. 1 FloridealResnIts-LessPatash ; r
..-.....-...--.--- t
tii Leader: How Sunday schools ,
many r
I.J are there in theworld, ? ,' Realty bought and sold. It 1. * csarduUp 111mded that where land U properly' prepared we will Alit U- 's

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i' Society Notes LARGER SAYS SEARSKISSIMIIffiE TRIP TO CITY. X special front Washington to the I I Texas. .Is' a Visitor In the ,city,-. ,, -thisp' "iI l

Jacksonville Metropolis says: One of I week, having come to look after the., ', J

'/ I ." ; the flrut men to arrive her to attend shipment of the 1J 00;head of cattle'. ,-"'t
;i,. ;I(Mattle ,Belle lIan .. Editor.) 'S OONOHK8SMAN IN- COMES FROM WINTER HAVEN
'. the national encampment 01'' the which Mr.. McElrQy''bas contracted ;*,
Grand Army Is Pe ter Lamb, of St. to,_purchase from local cattlemen. /j:
r 'p *.... b Mad to ail patrou of At Valley Gazette to tend {terns SAPS NAVAL AND MILITARY MINUTESFINDS BUSINESS Cloud, Osceola county; Florida. Dr. Mr. -Mayfleld has never visited lore; : \.

'1'01 f, 'mtcfr: c T tt'to tlit Editor for publication in thee colons A C A I) E M Y ATTENDANCE CONDITIONS IMPROVING Lamb was a drummer boy.In. the Civil ida -be/ore and Is much Impressed-
4 the
with country. In company w'tbS
..1. _ . . . . . . . . . _ _ _ CiOVKHNMKNT. FERTILIZER. '
...' ",' . . ... . . . . . . . . .1 tIO.OIOIOIOllIG'lggggl The Falrplay Market on Darllng.on. m Ragsdale. H. M. Pfann and B., 1

;r.-K' ; .'' : TALENT TEA day afternoon. The following officers Congressman W. J. Sears spent E. A. Inglls, of Jacksonville, who '. avenue bas joined the "clean-up" E. Naugle be motored to Orlando last' I.

'. w ,.tors. W. L. Paulk,and Mrs. J. Wade were elected : President, Toney several days In Jacksonville this i Is state agent for the Nitrate 'Agencies I movement and the entire Interior was Saturday and had a look at the coun.

1::>. .Tucker' will entertain .the Talent Tea Rogero; Vice President, Grace Wlnn ; week and while there was Interviewed of Savannah, travels over the treated to a coat of paint this week. try between the two cities. .

.'of the:Methodist'church Friday af ter- Secretary, Frank Calkins; Treasurer by the Florida Metropolis. In reporting state In a Ford runabout and accord- Joe Powers, who owns this market, Miss Lucia Knight left on Monday

I_'E '.,'noon, October 1. at the home of Mrs. Mattie Itelle Harris; Sargent at ", this Interview, the Metropolis ing to his record last Saturday he Is
I. t"Tucker onEmmett;: street E"eryonejJ Arms, Charley Hogero; Critic, Par- said : 7 some traveler.Mr. neat as a pin. will pay an extended visit ro her aunt.

: :\ ;:'Is-requested: ? to bring a silver offer- ah Clark; Program Committee, Mattie Inglls made the trip from Winter The news or Miss Knight's Intended
** ' I Congressman W. J. Rears, of Klsnimmee Leroy Lesley son of E. L. Lesley,
\ ". : * Belle Harris, Do'ey Alfred and Haven to Kifedinmee last Saturday dparture was published in lastweek's
.' I' .... arrived in the city last night : and KoBcoe Hoberson, son of J. Z.
M eLEAGUE Parah The will hold
Clark. society
in exactly one hour and forty- Issue of "The Tattler" the of-
HEWING CIRCLE from his home, and Is registered at I Kobersgn. left Monday for Charleston -
d. its meeting every other Monday In (tidal publication of the "Okeechobee .
five minutes. He he was told
"r < nay S. C. where will be students
: Mlse,, Virginia Tiller entertained the Mason Hotel. When asked what they
the school auditorium. at the In Winter Haven that Limited," and was read at the last
l the, Epworth League Sewing CircleTuesday C T e his views were regarding the extra garage (his year In the Porter Military I IAcadamy. .
ti the best time between that place] and meeting of that IIt..raryorganization..
afternoon at her home On session of the Senate In Washingtonfor Leroy attended the
11111111111111111111111011 Klsslmmee was two hours and thirty I' Miss Knight was present when theannouncentenl
school last but this Is the first
? Avenue. Dainty refresh the purpose of considering the year
minutes. For that reason he claimshe was read and witnessed -
ments' of sherbert and cake were Columbian and Nicaraguan treaties, term for Roscoe.
Weekly Notes of : established a new record. His the genuine grief with which the
Tucker, Mlases Lola and Lotta Law- and also to provide some form of clo- The Atlantic Coast Line excursion
y I running time from Lakeland here news was received. It is therefore
a1. 'Jer'',' Church Work and
: was three hours and ten minutes. useless to say that she will be greatly -
'Zimmerman and Mrs. Tiller. be able to after a reason-
body may ized by KlBslmmee folk, a large number -
missed by her
After a short stay In Klsslmmee he numerous friends. jOkeechobee
C e eMISSION able time has been allowed for debateon ""
taking advantage of the low rate
I STUDY CLASS Christian Progress resumed his journey, going to Orlando Call. %
subject, he said: "I think '
any 0 visit the Cigar City. The train
The members of the Mission Study and DeLand.Mr. .
K. McPherson
1111111.1.111111111111 the Senate would not accomplish very which from Sanford and Intermediate and Walter Page
ran -
r \ Class of the Senior Epworth League | Inglls says that the talk of
much under a sixty-day session to consisted of were slightly Injured early last Sun-
..., :Meld Its regular meeting at the home | | Conducted by Local Ministers' ; hard times is disappearing from the points Tampa, while'
which time it would take for either fifteen coaches. day morning driving In a Ford
,.r., '' }.';,", of Miss Nina Bratton Monday even- Association. state and that be found business the road
car on to Canoe creek.
\ side to the other out. They
1'1.: wear
"I. :)t7 .,i lag. After the lesson a social hour 111111111 11111 H 11 Ml 111 Mr. Sears Is In Jacksonville for the good on his trip through South Flor- Charged with fighting Clara Ken were driving In the early morning

:ift', :':.i"'; followed and delicious refreshments EPISCOPAL CHURCH purpose of Interviewing Major William ida. During last week he sold thirty- nedy and Alice Teal, both colored, In order to reach their destination I

I ':;1j1 jj of Iced tea and cake were served. one carloads,, fifteen tons to the car, were given a bearing before Mayer which
: ; was near Dassenger before the
Sunday next, Sunday school at 10 B. LaDue, of the United States
'iJf!:" >:; Those present were Misses Cecilia of nitrate of soda, acid phosphate and May on Tuesday. The Kennedy woman heat of t-e day. Takng turns while
"ti Communion 8 to important ,
'. a. m.. Holy a. m.; engineering corps, as
I !,R . # Overstreet EVa Mae Gilbert Mona Peruvian guano. He stated that from was given her choice bet..eenwork each took the
Morning prayer and sermon, 11 a. m. Improvements needed on the different! a nap on rear seat,
: Indications he would make It forty In,.; ninety days on the streets
Zimmerman. Evening prayer and sermon 7:30: p. canals in the Fourth district.On they managed to get some sleep. Mr.
; carloads before he reached Jackson- the latter course. The Teal woman I'age while
m. W. H. all.CATIlOLlC driving, dozed off and
W and Earle Cowger.8TENOLAKEN. o Cadet Appointment ville. or leaving Klssimmcc. She took : the car left the road striking a tree.
'''' ,',.r e e efi Mr. Sear, in speaking of the com- "
.' '. J "Better times are not coming, Is now working out a thirty day sentence Mr. McPherson sleeping In the
SOCIETY ing appointments to West Point and said Mr. Inglls "they are already at hard labor.Z. seat was thrown forcibly to the floor
.: .' The Stenolaken Literary Society and oonfesslon Saturday Annapolis, which will be made sometime here."
:\') .u" of the Osceola High School held a evening at 7:30: p. m. Mass will beat next month said : "I think! A. Joiner, of Oglethorpe, Ga., of the car and considerably bruised *

,) ',rte' : business meeting Monday afternoon 8 a. m. Sunday morning. If any there should be a bill passed through If the guest of his brother, W. A. and scratched. The car was also

: : other services: they will be announcedat Congress", Increasing the rnrollraen I Joiner of this city. He is making his slightly damaged.
.. elect-4), : ) : ; Mass. at both the naval and army schools LEVI DRAWDY DIES first visit to Klsslmmee and Is well Friends of MIlls< Effle Clifford Law-

'I; } !)?, Secretary, Ethel Gilbert; Treasurer, from what It Is at present to at leas 1 impressed with the city. He, Is employed son, of this ci'y, who is visiting in

'if' Maurine Dann; Sergant at Arms, HAPTIHT CHURCH four thousand or five thousand This AT WHITTIER HOME as manager", of the pl''angrov..s Birmingham, Ala., will be interestedIn
Sunday School at 9:45: a. m. I
Bearden would each four of the Kiverdale (company the
Kathleen ; Program Com give congressman following Item which appeared
Preaching by the Pastor at 11 a.m ---
; mlttee Marie Boyd Maurine Dann times the nu'n) b..r of appointees, and which has 800 acres planted In pecans In the Birmingham News Mrs. Rol-
to the Rebeccas. Subject Naomi and ONE OK Till: riONKKK HKSIDKNTS ,
and which In being sold off In
X ; -( Celeate Moseley. 'The Stenolakens would greatly Increase the efficiencyof lins, of St. Louis; Miss Effie Clif-

lat. Will meet every other Wednesday Ruth. the young men of the country who : 010' (M+('I'OI.A; COUNTY tracts of five and ten acres. ford Lawson, of KlRslmmee, Fla., and
At 7:30 p. m. Sermon on the
at the school auditorium are unable to get more than a common PAKHKH" AWAY-PKATI1 CAl'S- Mr and Mrs. Walter, H. Lawson of
The held
Responsibility of the Father. Everyone Moose lodge a very pleasant
C e w school .education as many weekend
IN HONOR OF MISS SEYMOURMiss welcomed.CIVIL'SEIIVICE. .. Kl BY \VKAK: I1KART. AITHOrtill smoker Tiu' day night at the club -
them, ambitious and capable to with Mr.
as and
are 1 I Mrs. Joe Sherman
Alma Griffin entertained in I UK H.\l> I1KKN: PIIVMi'ALLY ouite of the order 'ormerly th Lea
the rigid examinations those at their home
paws as on the South IIlgh-
1 honor of Miss Anne of EXAMINATIONThe + l I"v home on Ilroidway, which wasarplly !
men who can afford to go through a I lands. Miss Edith,
Stewart, of
r : nded the ',
a Miami, Saturday afternoon at her AC.O. nit by I11pmb : hip
Ji' Fh home on Church street. The guests United States Civil Service has Hrnt-clasH university. This -woulc The !Moose are preparing for A public' Sanford Fla Is the guest of Mr. and
rj1 announced t' at examinations will beheld also! "greatly, add to the number of Mrs. Walter, !K Lawson and !Miss Kf- _
reception the '
future. :
brought their sewing and the afternoon I Levi Drawdy, one of t the pioneerresidents n near jis ash|
at Cedar Keys, Gainesville j barmy and nu\ul rcxerNes throughout( 6t the furniture which tip Clifford< Lawson en route home
soon new ,
f was very pleasantly spent eew1' i of Osceola] county, died at
] a S Jacksonville, Key Went, Miami Pen-I| the (country and in case of war then they have ordi'r..d. arrlvH.Charles . from California and other places of
ing and chatting. Dainty refreshments his home Whlttler last Tuesday
sacola, TalahasRoe and Tampa oil 1I1'n would have only to spend, a short I In"''''Ht In the West.Mr. .
M 'of grape Ice and cake were November"6th., to secure ell iblex time, in the ,'on'pnlratJon camps." InV'; about ,r> o'clock.. ltr. rawdy Anderson' of ('InrI<. :S; n.

y aerved. Those present were the honoree from which to make certification to "Instead rf spending, / KO many millions was 79! years old and until a few arrUi'd, last week to look over thlH I and Mrs. C. A. (Cursor and daughter -

: y-'r, Misses Louise Clark, Marie fill vacancies as they may occur In fur battleships] teach t the '1II1.nh..hln,1 months ago: WHS strong and, active.He I section. with a view to locating ha\- , Miss \\nv7.j have just completedan

,, Huddleston, Ella Mae Gilbert, Lucy Was born and. reared near Old lag already purchased a tract of land automobile tour from Ki.SNJmmee
a the first grade, or clerical, positions 111" gun' how to use It, so that '
b Duckles, Corlne Gilbert, Grace Nel- \Mllllown Georgia; : and came, to Florida ] near Kenansvllle.. Mrs. Anderson 'to Jacksonville. They left in a Ford
in of these could in
JI In the Custom Service; In the positions case \tr: men
I son, Lucie Witherspoon and Mattie of clerk, storekeeper guagcr, many Instances act an drill masers . following the Civil War." He was IK. now with friends. In Illinois and car, driven by George Gardner last

la'," .t Belle, Harris. and storekeeper-guager in the International to the novice. a Confederate veteran.In I will join him as soon as lie Is. definitely -I| Wednesday, going to Daytona for a

., '>'-4- '- . keeping with Ills wishes he wasburled : located.. Mr. Anderson ban 'short stop and from there
to Mandarin
.' ,: ' UTOPIAN. SOCIETY Revenue Service; and In Mr. Sears. says. he hopes to visit the :
1 v. In the Drawdy cemetery I been a subscriber of the Valley (Jazette where they visited with Mrs.
national rifle shoot !in the early Carson'smother
: The members of the Utopian Literary other positions that require similar part
"... t t twelve miles east of Orlando, where for time and has Mrs. Bryan.
some been The also
t: ,', q1 + Society of the Osceola High qualifications In the United States of October before leaving for Washington spent

/:J'' School .held a business meeting Monk classified service on tbe 6th!, of November. his wife was burled years ago. keeping up with the happenings in !, several. days in Jacksonville. From

;); He leaves three sons J. T. and L. this part of Florida through Its col- I there Miss Inez Carson left for Lake
:e' f B. Drawdy, of Whittier and A. S. (
umns. City to take up her studies at Columbia -

IIIIIIiiiiiiiiioiiiiIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIID0ii iiiiiiiiiiiiiii1uiiiiiivuiiii L Another Mass Meeting Drawdy, of Klsslmmee; and one Judge S. D. pecker, of St. Cloud, university, Mr. and Mrs. Carson
daughter, Mrs J. H. A. McDermitt and Mr. Gardner returned ;u
was a visitor In the city Monday, on Monday t
/ who with his daughter-in-law, Mrs
Held Here TonightContinued legal business. Judge Decker is now accompanied by Mrs. Bryan, who will '
Drawdy had been keeping
d) I"_ preparing to set out a five-acre tractIn spend some time here visiting rela-
house for him for several years.
Notice to oranges and grapefruit on his place tives. 4 'I'"
k t When he came to Florida he 1 first
( from Fare One.) about two miles from St. Cloud. Mrs.
settled in 'Mayer Gwynne of
what is now known as I Simpson

,1t Our Customers Thompson, G. C Livingston, Mrs. S. Souttiport. About eight years ago he Judge is a great believer in Florida Tampa, while en route home from a

H. Bullock and E. D. Gatz.; removed to Whittier. and Is a booster from the word "go.' visit in Sanford, stopped over in Kis-

Lake Bulkhead Comhilttee-C. A. While In KiHBimmee he paid a pleasant I simmee from Friday to Monday and

/ Carson, J. M. Lee Capt. Clay Johnson call to the Valley Gazette, whichIs visited many of her old friends here.

)/ '' I On and after October lit, '1915 no food l H. M. Pfann, H. M. Breaker, C. ROAD GANG PAVING always glad to meet Its friends Mrs. Simpson: was accompanied by

purchased at oar store will be charged. W. Griffin and E. L. Lesley. from St. Cloud. two little daughters. Mrs. Simpson

This role will be enforced without Golf Committee. n. Woodham, TOWARDS ORLANDOThe Royal C. Dunn a member of the lived in Kissimmee a number of years

4' any J. E. Lupfer, J. D. Clark, S. H. Bullock State railroad commission, was In the ago and has many friends among the

v.nt tio.... !and W. S. J. Carr. ---- city last Friday en route back to Tallahassee older residents. She was popular

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to make preliminary reports tonight Work began this morning upon the had been on business In connection I here and although this was her

\1taappreciate /*"' and to announce further meet- paving with brick of the link In the with the new depot ordered erectedat first visit here in nineteen years she

We your patronage uJ|will cone Ings.COME Klsslmmee highway between Pine that point. Mr Dunn stated that found a large number of friends gladto

i '' ;E' time t. serve ye. m. i in the put.Osceola i OUT TONIGHT! HELP Castle and Orlando. J. R. Copeland, the railroad commission, had been I I meet her once more. Her husbands

t b KISSIMMEE GROW! general manager in charge of the Alabama criticized by some residents of St. cashier of a bank in Ybor City. "

ik 4, ,, d ti - Paving company's contracts Cloud for allowing a change In the

3 YM e i Pharmacy Z here, stated that the gang bad finished plans as originally made, but stated

hr- ( the paving on tbe highway from that he had explained to them that DOLLAR HARVEST TO

1 y F A Pine Castle to a point within about the changes were Improvements not

three miles of Kissimmee The Included In the original plans. BE HELD TONIGHTThe

"Dollar i I.
long looked
( until work is completed there store, is getting ready to so -
sidetrack forward to by the ladles of the
upon a by the railroad. install the new fixtures In his storeon

The gang was moved up to Pine Broadway and will soon begin putting Methodist church, will be held this

a/ l ; .f) Castle and this morning tackled the In the stock for his new store I evening at the home of Mrs. J. Z.

I. three mile stretch extending northward which Roberson on Mabbette street A
-- will deal In
variety goods, with
is our ,
; .. to the city limits of Orlando. nohtlng over a dollar In price. He great many people have already

OZ.ASSC S If modern method This work will be rushed and It is wants a name for the store and will pledged their dollars and this Is. the

f expected that It will be completed offer! a prize for the name selected aa time to bring them In. An opportunity -

kt # ;:. with twenty- lIoon. the best by a committee of disinter- will be given all to contribute
i+ ti xJt ested business men to be announced they will, be It much or

'; f ,a 'r' s" for five year. experience later. If you can think of a good little. A good program, light refreshments -
F'Upper PINNEY WILL OPPOSE and an Interesting time
name for the store drop In and leave

f/ Far'lesion mean. good your suggestion with Mr. Dann In a are'promised to all who attend. The

; service, we have It. JONES ATTORNEY sealed winner envelope.of a prize.You might be the contribution fund. Everybody will go to is swell inltved.the carpet -

W. J. .Weston of Jacksonville was a
A special from Ft. Pierce says: DRUG STORES ADOPT
:4 visitor in the city Tuesday. Mr. I
,: Judge A, D. Pinney, representativeIn
; 20 and 25ca Weston is a printer and a brother of
the legislature from St. Lucie
the famous Charles Weston, who won CASH ONLY PROGRAMThe l
county, will be a candidate for state's
pound fame as an Interpreter of animal parts
; attorney for the Seventh Judicial
I'i: Clri with Maud Adams, tfhd who also has three Kissimmee drug stores .

. ...r I .. cult. Judge Pinney admitted thu*/. become a (figure in tb; motiodj1C$1U'e'world ha Te ,.dia>ted the "leash onlyruleto

JEWii.RY: It when asked the direct question. ;bets; bead of it.. big motion picture tajce effect on October tat; After
'. Judge Pinney will:, .suc- C.1 they will
? extend credit to
'A concern In London En brnd. He I .
irLoi$ aaI lfor 1 coed Hon. J. H. Jones, of Orlando, no one "and declare'that .
'distinction the frule
CENTRAL "MARKET, won in being the director
i CO. who WAS appointed by Oor. Tram- will be 'enforced without v -
j. &
; kitty who staged the reproduction of the '
L . b1e lLJ to suctee* Hon. Gary D. LaDcI In announcing this 'plantthejr
.. x P Ni <* **s of Waterloo for the moriea. \
battle '
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: sent out
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J.'r.;'' : .... _Attorney, resigned declaring that .
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ETTEflea Wednesday L., Overstroet w. a business vis* JVL has accepted a position Th. Arst'8unday'inOetob.rought 1\\ :\l.. DioDonoeghlanlot :an<<:",,"H,'
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.... ...o..N. IL) .. .visitor. {),thecity. ; 09, ,. Itor .to Tampa.. on'. ,Thursday.. .'. '> fa, the.Dollar Limit..tore'ciu':- I to show the largest Sunday school .the Ludlam Bnglneering.cotnV')'
,. 'Published Enl7' )1rtdayr ,Mrs'C.,' W.' Orlffln went (o Tampa .Furnished''mats 'toio.ll1'ent.II' 'the tag the absence:jOf; Charles'' L.,'Persons 'enrollment,ln "all the history, of Flor. pany;,, 1of SClsslmme; J dare'! '' r .ly.4'k?;
'. 'w .. HAIUUS A. >B.. 0.'VANS ,A.01fBW' (.Thursday' : io"visit' ,relatives.- ; Whey, Gazette building! ,' Apply} at' who'was'called; to -Georgia by ida; This Is I a. state".movements 14 notice from,t',., state board of archli

.Mrs.: M..;,,Bandy-has' \ this !>f e.... 'tt the serious :,Ulness.ot'hts: .father.., fact we"we"understand is .nationwide. teed that'theil" apllcaUons for mem., . '

.0tO ........OOotOO.... .. ho:ne.. In: this city after .-'''VIa,!' : W'c.'TUden; will.'leaye (I Saturday' i ;!Mr. ]and ;:Mrs.. W, ,,B. ,.Collins",',of Get ta the swim.Couty''Assessor, bershlp hare been?a'pproved.MrVR ,

with 'relsUves !D:1.:< Birmingham; ,. ,Ala. l ibt'lor Madison,.\ is.--end: expects Jacksonville.'who were the guests of l' W> L Barber,:has SI*!!' Cole and' Mr "' Mack '

'itfieLo al Field The' pulpit .of the 'fresbyterlanchurch : 1 to be' away 'all winter His family Mr., and M..f.W.' W: Saunders,. left purchased" !: the Jot .,t the,'pouth west KrlU 'of. Kisiimmee motored to OrInado ..: ,..Gfi,;.

will 'be' vacant Sunday, the will remain. Klssimraee. '*" Thursday for Tampa, where 'Mr.;.,CofHne corner: of Clfde'.no and",Portage nd.whe; : ;; they formed to' .
went, on business,, .Streef'and '' '
is off party'for the'afternoon 'com-
moving auto
pastor being out of town. Misses Anne and Mary Semour the o1d'house *
bar returned to their home In Miami Attend the mass; meeting' the located there to make room for anew posed:-of; Misses Julia Bunch Henri-,'

Let' everybody keep whooping up after a visit with Miss Belle band eland tonight. Learn'how )'ou residence which be will build thereon -' etta and Frances Rocki;, and .,M.. pj '
fQo to Sunday School Day," October .. :
Harris can help make Kissimmee grow The He recentlysold- hI. house 90 party motored Klsslmmee .returri-;

I Weather Report 3rd.: I band! will be out to enliventhe Clyde avenue (o Wilton Alderman lag ,In .tlle ,..e .-<-Orlando. ,+ReporterStar -' ; .,
I." Get ready without delay for that Miss Mildred Turvllle bas returned crowds. Every man, woman and Bruce Scott, a prominent business f ? .

"Go to Sunday School Day." It is to Kissimmee to spend the winter child in t-e city should attend. man of Toronto, Canada who _J\ .
after several was recently '
New York
\ Following are dally temperatures the 3rd day of October. Go! city. Mrs. A. J. Holt and dAughter Miss here to look over the properties 'CIEAP'PAINT( :; r

and precipitations as reported Verna who have been spending or the Hunter Land has
company '
Senator ,
Arthur E. several -
spent! ; .
by Government stationat i Miss Lucy Buckles left Wednesday purchased from that ., II'
several this months at Dr. Masters' sanitarium company tract
Kissimmee for the week end- days week on businessIn .
< for Tallahassoe, where she will return at Newport Tenn. have of about 2,000 acres In.Orange There are JOOV' "cheap".paints and i
; ing September :23:! 1915: Washington, D. C. returnedto county )
e her studies at the Florida College their home in Kissimmee. .near the Osceola county line. a. dozen really cheap ODe.''

? Friday ____ __ .. 90 77 Claude F. Johnson was among the I for Women. .... P. Tom Ellis, much That double,'word "cheap"! Is the, .R.. .
A. Vans to
I Agnew of Jackson- the
Saturday 1_. _. 90 74 lycursionlsts:: who visited Tampa Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Butler his regret of cause of wasting.more ,money than
" friends
ville, spent Saturday in the city attending many went this
week to '
.. Sunday .___ ___ _.93 73 terday. J'es,1 moved to the house on Mabbette to business Dr. Christ's hospital In good palnt.costs.. two,or three' time*' )y
.r matters and Orlando
Monday ____ ____ 94 69"! where '
I Mr. and Mrs. S A. have street formerly occupied by lane an over.
Bogue operation
; returned Baking hands with his friends was performed
____ ____ many on his i
Tuesday 95 72 from Caasapolis. Mich., wherethey Paulk and, family.Mr. here. neck. Kissimmee people Cheap paint-la good paint.; no oth.( 1
Wednesday __ ___ 96 72 generally er U cheap ,
spent be summer.R. and Mrs. Henry Brooks hope to soon hear of his "
; have :
Thursday _.__ _. 92 7,3 .13 Miss 'Lillian 'Harper, of Jacksonville complete re The word. sound alike but their' r
L. Garrett, of Portsmouth, Ohio returned from Pullman, Illinois, who has been tho guest of Mrs. covery. meanings are opposite. "Cheap" cost :

., .- .- .AAA ........- ...- ...-.-.-......... arrived Monday to spend a few days I where they have been spending sev- s. J. Triplet, of Narcoossee, for some Mrs. R. M. Evans and little eon double Devoe Is cheap; ? t t rt
eral weeks.J. .
in Kissimmee. time, passed through Klsslmmee Bob, Miss Laura Thomas and : ' ll" I
Fire insurance, taxes paid. See A F. M. W. B. Maklnson.Co..
23. Drought, New Rivers Building. 80U Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Ferson, of Dunedin M. Barclay and J. M. Cooper Monday en route home. Means .Mrs. Evans' father, are ex- ". .. . ;.\ J 1>t'1

Hear the band play tonight. were visitors in the city last opont several days this week on a E. B. Morgan, of Orange Center, Ga.pected to arrive today from Oxford, \ ',
Saturday. business trip to Oakland, Gotha Winter Mrs. Evans was called to Oxford ,
spent Monday In Klssimraee attending , iH
Try Reed's Butter Nut Bread. 40-2 some time ; : 1ao'
Garden, Oooee and other ago to attend the '
points.W. funeral
to business matters. Mr. Mor- : '
Butter Nut Bread the better kind. of her mother. Your : -
John W: Ross, of Jacksonville was, W. Botkln gan is building store I ,.
Made in Kissimmee at Reed's Bak- D. R. McNeil J. A. a new room In .
a visitor in the city Tuesday 'Ewing and Charles Orange Oen'er and I The ladles of the Christian s ,
ery. Ask for it. 40-21 L. Cannes( of says things are church Watch' 1 *

T. H. hurt, Jr., of Tampa 'spent Jacksonville, were visitors here Tues booming. in 'hat locality. hare resumed their regular meet ,, ,
D. G. .fRdopnson
MeKajr, of Orlando, was a 0) loge after two ,
day. > months'vacation.
Tuesday in the c ty. The
. & Oar rett, local attor-
business visitor in the city Wednesdays ladles met at Mrs. S. B. Aultman'a /_e rfsth sf. pfeee ., ss.cAaaA m., f '
W. F. Stark an official'of the neXsarepresented, Jim and Earl Barber '
Bert Fish of De Land, spent Tuesday At- last J '
week '
and decided to give IiIcI H "#WrW 4> .,, as* '" .
a Jap /

here on business. : lanale Coast Line RailRay, with offices : In a criminal ease in Orlando .. .' .
anese bazaar the '.
Mr: and Mrs. J. last of October. .I"0.
D. Woodbeck: spent The p.rt.
'ast 'secured
in Jacksonville Monday and a verdict of
\ spent . .
Paul R. Board of St. several exact time and place will ...
man, Petersburg days this week at Green ( be announced
here. lot gully. The
.. |\ Barber brothers later.P. I A... had wftfj ytmru of IfWn... ,
spent Monday in the city. Springs. '
Mrs. Geo. Bronson. of Shingle were charged with killing a bog. ing fa corn../ th.largest city rsw. \ '

Big bargains on everything I have Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cadel and Mr. Creek spool Tuesday in Klssbnmee Rev. A. M. Chlsholra. pastor of the A. Vans Agnew, attorney of the pair .nop. in Inm eomntfy, ,.,.... ,:. ijj zi

in stock. F. H. Lawson.T. and Mrs. E. L. Lesley motored to Or- the guest of her sister, :Mrs. J. R. Christian church will preach Sunday er Fellsmere of Farms Company and draft. I I u,A.,.."...fcnis>orA"....,. -.. II. .t 0'
our Ideal
lando town
Wednesday afternoon. Bronson.An night on "The Castaway." The charter, accompanied -
L. Walker Rev.
of Tampa, spent Mon .
by Mrs. Vans Agnew I,..,.,.,'_ u> (#.rA.
day here on business.J. Mrs. J. W. Miller has returned' Chlsholm Is an Interesting and eloquent spent
excursion of thirteen coachesfilled the week-end 'n Fellsmero
home after spending several weeks speaker and a large/ attendance visiting Jewder'j
I. Roberts of Zolfo, spent Mon with South Georgians passed Mrs. Vans Agnew's father E. Nelson ,
should him this Grady
at Henclersonville. N. C. greet on occasion.
day in Klsslmmee. through the city attached to the early fell., president and general managerof Optometrist.tom I
The Valley Valley Gazette regrets/ morning train Earl K. Morrow son of Mr. and the Fellsmore
Wednesday Farms
I E. E. Skipper of Bartow, cpent enroute to Company.Fellsmero .- N. a Dunap.. _
Io learn that 'Mrs. H. Miller, mother j Tampa. Mrs. H. W. Morrow and graduate' of Trlbun. .
.Monday In tho city.
of J. W_ Miller Is seriously ill.john i| the. class of '15 of the Osceola High
j A. Rose, proprietor of the Park I
You ought to be at the mass meeting School, left Monday for Gainesville, --- ------ .
L. Hcarnan has taken charge :i hotel, who has been ill for several '
'I 1 tonight.M. of the Broadway cafe and will ( weeks, is reported to be slowly Im Illcal where he will take a course of Elec- o <> IO ) ( :n
Engineering at the University )
P. Davis, of Jacksonville, was duct It in the future. 'on-// proving.;. of Florida. ((7) Lj] '

a business visitor here this week. I .
Water glasses, 9:30: Monday morn- Ten cents buys a half dozen water ,, "' '
J. C. Hardlwlrk. of Tampa was a Ins only I 6 for 10 cents. Only 12 toa glasses at the Dollar Limit Store \flRR Lily Ide, of St. Cloud, accompanied .

business visitor here Monday. customer. Dollar Limit Store. 9-30 Monday morning. Only a dozento 1 by her sister and Miss! Vanetta
'. I as far as KIRlllmn,,>p. left Friday for Why NQ.tDress
H. 0. Deltrick. of Sanford, span Standard quality full cut dark and a customer. I Bronson, Fla., where nlie will take

Monday in the city. light blue work shirts at 45('. F. II.LaHon. Representative S. S. Griffin of Orlando up h-er work an one of the teachersIn

C. K.: MoC'rary. of Tampa, spent I I II spent last Friday in Kissimmee In school

Sunday In KlHHlmmee.Standard I I Leonard Williams and Mr. Sigler of meeting old friends and visiting with I I Airs. George P, Johnson,' Mrs. II. E. Up ? "

quality work pants $1 fit) ':;1 Loughman spent Saturday in Kissim- I I his brothers here. Johnson and Lawrence; JohiiHou allot

value 1> 5c. K. II. 1-awnon. mee. I E. L. Lesley, chairman of the Os- Daytoua Ilpach: motored to Kla-

A. E. Holmes, of TampaJBkpent t'1, Frank Smith, Henry Porter and cents board of county commissionershas Hlmniee Thuh.clay, and will be the ,

Sunday here Js. Whitney Wright, of Orlando, open purchased a new Buick Six auto- guests over Sunday of lr. and Mrs.
| K. L. Johnson. .
|' Tuesday in Kissimmee. mobile.
Good speeches at tl e hand stand
tonght. Go hear them. I' Mrs. Moore of Orlando arrived Sun Mr. end :Mrs. W. D. Joyce of Mem Ralph Landrum, of Cultasaji N. Up in Jacksonville they are preparing for '
C., arrived
day and is the guest of Mrs. R. D. phis. Tenn.. have returned home aftera Wednesday and accepted

J. L. Williams, of Atlanta, was a '!| Waring.R. visit with the latter parents, Mr. I n position in the Osceola Bicycle J'Dresa Up .Week," beginning October 3rd.;;and,
business visitor here Saturday. I shop Mr. Landrum Is a brother-in- .y
and Mrs. .
L. Lambert and S. D. Prlngle CUas. Matthews.Mrs. law of E., L. Johnson, proprietor of the people will Vie with each other attiring then' rITM ,
Ask for Butter Nut
) your grocer of Leesburg, and Chester Magruder, Edgar C. Maus and children the shop. v
I' v"4ll&ki ,
Bread 40-2t selves in the latest fall styles. t, *> t t
.... of Orlando- spent Sunday here with of Saiysota are the guests of Mrs. : "f ,
The Ludlam
H. E., Swabey went Orlando friends. Elizabeth' Floyd, of Stewart avenue. company,
of this city, composed of R. H. Lud
Monday afternoon .on business. While here she also visited relativesin
Captain Simpson, after a pleasant '
lam and A. J. McDonough has recently We Can Dress Up Here InKlsslmmee ,
- 'Randall Keen, of Orange Center visit In Tavares, has returned to Orlando. received the contract to draw

was a visitor in the city Monday.A. his. home In Klsslmmee.-Tuvares for Also I' '
plans ten houses
H. C. Avant who is farming on f6r the Thatcher

K. Powers of Sanford was a Herald.B. Jim Miller's farm north of the city, Realty company, of Sanford. 4a

visitor In the city Wednesday. E. Evans, county farm demonstrator had the misfortune to lose one of I

Will Zachary, of Sanford spent left last Saturday for Gainesville his fine mules this week. The ani- ell George, who lives Howell just, son north of Clak of the How-city ,. Just step in and see our new Fall Goods Which

Wednesday here on business. where he attended the meeting/( mal died of blood poisoning will leave Jacksonville Saturday for Are Arriving Daily. :

Blue serge suits cut to $10.00 of farm: demonstrators this week. A. D. Story and W. L. Story, of Kansas where he will reside In the

$13.00 and $16.00 at F. H. Lawson's. J. A. Barclay, L. E. Partin and W. Warwl k, Ga., and Mrs. T. J.: P tta, I future. George spent ROme time here

T). Simmons, all of (Center Park on of Arab, Ga., passed through the city I this summer visiting his father.If ., '
Mrs. D. B. Harrington left Wednesday +
East Lake visitors In the Wednesday route to t
were city en Narcoossee,
live la Ktsslmmee
York business you you oughtto
for New on a trip. I Saturday. where they will visit relatives. be patriotic enough to try to do '

G. P. Garrett left Monday for Fort J. D. Clark, representing the Mrs. Sam Jones tna: two children, ) our part to make the city more pros H. C. Stanford Com ;

Myers on a business trip. Taft Drainage District went to Or- I I of Watertown Fla., arrived in the I perous. Be among the crowds at the 1

Congressman W. J. Sears spent lando Wednesday to attend a special city this week having been called here band stand tonight at 7:30: o'clock .5 r 4a;

several days In Jacksonville this meeting of the Orange county boardof by the serious Illness of her grandmother and hear speakers tell of their plans I [S

week. commissioners. I I Mrs. H. Miller. 1 to boost your home town. > < > n ( O

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-- ,DR. J., A." TROVILLIONSpeciaHit : +
z THAPSHOOTINO NO method of preventing warfare rather In ; 4
;,. DAx-B'. BY .TIMES- PROXY SPORT than. causing: or encouraging .
< ; DISCUSSED wlthoutcutUngr '
: r nus CANKER; WILL BE -
Ono does not need to plead
.-&' .," ..tmiOJT..MAN-PLANT WILL .EMPLOY SO MEN WITH A them out., ., '
"r.,.:, ",.. ,,;: ;;.(\\1" t J , WKKKLY. PAY ROOL OF $.,000 AT MEETING IN GAIN- Demands Person Attention-
"ci'r!! : .J K8VILL.B. Individual Pleasure. handling/ and use of firearm Is con 33-6mo .;'4tiS.II.BULLOCK'
-- r cerned. There Is no necessity for, "

r"r,, According to an article sent to the streets where the traffic was heaviestand Many compliments' have paid trap- pointing out the excellent practice It :

V d f t ".114&' Times-Union, of JackaonTilled an area of about five feet square Citrus scab which Is the biggest shooting. Many arguments! have beenadvanced allows for Improving one's shooting,

'- t Vjr": the'local of laid with brick. The brick bug-bear to the grapefruit growers of
t s1lAr:, , correspondent were in Its favor. And many eye, arm or aim and the additional
Vt & thftf Jl''& ef'b1 XUslrnm( work will laid horizontally on a bed of sand South Florida, excepting; the citrus reasons for Its great popularity have training 'n shooting at moving tar

";* ',begin on.tAe of the Tuckf with grouting of tar. So far canker, Is to be discussed on Thursday -
plant new a slight been cited: But here is a brand new gets. The game pleads Its own case \

; .... 'Btick'Company here within three they have shown no signs of wear" October 7th at the Sixth An- slant on this favorite pastime.S. far better than tongue ur pen, and REAL ESTATE

.:. ;'." : '.:aieek.'and rushed to corny whatever and having a quality of nual Citrus Seminar, which Is to beheld from
Itself the King Sports
5. D. Barnes, writing in Sports proves
;H v : .'a'letlon:.wlthln ninety days. The ar- coming together or cohering which at tho University of Florida. both a. pleasurable and educational INSijlRApTcTEExamination 3 :I
Afield says: Boyond a shadow of a r
Gainesville from October 5th to 8th
'r sunder ,
'a -. tide Klsslnunee date line
t : ,. < a Insures an even surface without standpoint; well worthy of thought
+t doubt trapshooting la today the
:" In'the-Times-Union reads follows cracks holes. Inclusive This disease has given the of Titles
: as : or and participation on the part of.ev a
'f greatest of American organizedsports. i
t "". A'.maDUf.cturlnc grapefruit growers much concern.
plant to cost approximately The invention of the brick has attracted ery patriotic citizen.
Practically it stands alonein
i, .<;! half a hundred thoue- Some have even gone; to the extentof Specialty.
.X 9yr 'e' Jid' much attention over th-e-rtate cutting their trees back and bud- the list, since baseball is less sport '. ;:1
to employ at least fifty
? from the Central
' notably Highway than spectacle! wherein eighteen!; men -. .
( 11\ : f m. D 'wlth a payroll of $1,000 a week Association at Its recent Kakelr.ndmeeting' ding them to orange In order'to control The Correspondence Solicited. \\1
: "' this disease. However. It has work themselves into premature senility Sportof
'. this
v Xt ;.will be constructed In city by'the and other places In the coun .
for and of
Y' salary cowpenful
been shown that- the practice Is a a a !
"' :
' Tucker
aw4 Brick
new Company: to
put try. An Improvement league of New needless one because. the disease can spectators look on and holler, as at Robert Riedel :
On the market the woodtox brick, .
York ban made inquiries in regard to
bo If the right steps are the old-time gladltorlal (contests
brick KingsUNLIKE
paving made out of cypress It, It Is that {
expected a specialengineer Fallu.-o staged when the Homan empire was CARPENTER AND CABINET SHOP
taken at the right time. o
recently invented by J. .
from will visit this
tlwt city
ripe and waiting to be gathered by
':Wade Tucker, of this city, and C.BSOlafe control It by means of sprays has inmany Window and Door Screen, Repairand I
place as soon an the plant is in operation -
the breechlcfts and hungry barbarians.
cases, been due to a lack of Cabinet Work. )
Mr. Tucker said today that
with a view of recommendingits A nation is In
getting a bad
,It had been knowledge of the life history of thedisease 'Phones ,
practically decided to : Shop 216; Residence 237
use on the boulevards of that city.
WRY when it takes Its sport by proxy.
The whole secret Is that the
i,; :locate the plr.nt here in acceptance Darlington Ave. Near Freight Depot
/ The main offices of the Tucker There Is much to be said in favor of
disease rnnnot be 'urI'd-1t must be W
: ....i; of the offer of the Klsalmmeo City f I .
\ firlck ('omp[ ny will be located In trapshootlng. It keeps its devotee /
.'''. M.i;: council to exempt the property and prevented.At C. F. THRASHER Y
't ,. KIt<..ll1Imee. The stock of the concern he Citrus Seminar during off the bleachers and It Ipa'dl..s an
1 ;.i .}if'J output free from taxes for period
f'li.l'' ' has been taken up by its organ- 'flrrnoon of October 71h, Mr. J.Ih"l accomplishment which will certainly j SHEET METAL WORKER ,
of ten the
years, provided plant was most royal "
lf' ,,1.j izers. The temporary officers are Fruit prove to be worth. while when t' c sports
of the Citrus
.t .ji ..' "\1"t ) In operation during that time. "Con fJroHHenbacher: trapshooting is one of the Steel Ceilings a Specialty r
Huns and Vandals invade the .
vice league
'v President. Mr. Tucker; first In\etlxallonH( of (the t'nlted States
;'&i traction work will begin within least expensive. Phone 14t-R Kliilmmve.DR. rl .
president E. I. erfley.. chairman, and grounds\ and appropriate gate receipts -
1 1I. I Deportment of Agriculture/: stationed I
{ three weeks and the plant will be
I. Jf. county commissionersecond! ; vice at Plymouth 'Florida, will dis- pink 1 lemonade and popcorn. For less than a dollar a ... .i
,,, completed within ninety days" he I
; week '
t president, W. A. MeCool\ of Heaver ..II.... the life historyof Ihls'l ".Some: of my dearest, truest friends you can every .
$ aid. J. W. SIMPSON '
week in the the local
) "':I\s. Pa. ; nocretary. (C A Carson, anil tell ol Hie ixperimentK, which are< baseball' frim. rabid nionomrnlacs year at
J."6)dr 1'1"1
Thl new enterprise, which IP being trapshooting club.
\ president State ItM.ik of Kl'slminec lii,'" carried I out In the control of who would rather see Matty DENTIST .I

V',:" : f launched, by the above companya treasurer Mr. Tucket ; I Directors dl,iiisi at Orlando and ... .Ih"'l: pitch ;ind 1 llukcr bat than lend the Cost less per year, club Upstairs in Katz BuildingOffice .

'cfTi'f.. t Just formed by local men with a capital the above ind Jcrn ]M. Hughes: of Following :Mr (Crossenbacher's; talk i iI sliiKlnK In :Sabbath school ; and If I membership included than Houra: 6 aa. m. to It m. .4
tJ, stock of $100.000 and a limited 1." to 6:10
t. l'' j (leaver Falls Pa. I there will be ii I thorough" discussion of I, cliiiK, to them, In sp'le', of all certainly golf baseball or any other Telephone No. 76* June: fi yr.m.
;f indebtedness of Is he
$250,000 (
p result -
t > ,, number of I I can 1 latish lots\, of my, young af- popular sport. Appeals to
of Mr. Tucker's of The manufacturing of tile brii k 'the making
(() discovery fec'ions, the other both sexes and all
I a paving brick out of rypreni will begin as' 'oon as the plant Iscompleted l different I points in Ube slate ho : npiii (crowd ages. DR. W. W. CARSON
Benefits mind and
its, units
'' sawdust and and I the machinei, in have had l expciicnce, -onlrolling it though find no earthly en- .
hydrn'lnc, an asphalt ''
') K stalled., Tin1 capacity: of tin- output' In I lie i ir grotes.Stott' | .. joNtuent more< sweet than the pulerIziiiK Fairest, most democraticsport DENTIST
t composition, by a pressure process. of bluerork Is of all-the favorite with Office
< .sirgetFIt consi over Pilley Building
will 1 lx> reasonably large.!; It Is unofficially the mining winter season is
It will be In
-, revolutionizing; tbp.pavSue II!, 1.1h.. business and professional OfTlce. Hour. 8-12 1 6 ,
Her do al! -
i ; to < something
C Industry Its promoter claims, reported that .' readwav' the time, (o 'begin the H!:llt on the illea'e. Office 'Phono 1KB R'.Idencp 'Phon. II

from of the brick may ,be laid here.Itfr .- those growers c who hate it tocoiiicnil bjj;. your lonesome. like, throwing a men. It makes MEN.For <)a. Admlnl.t :red. .for Extraction; or .
/ .because piade a by-product
wllh would do well to attend\ !handful: of fine shot at a compo.iJlion , address of neared club and free Teeth
cheaper and quicker than any other Tucker Is mamger" of the
;: trafuhoottng booklet write
r '
t west 'i.ui to "a. te a what lot
I Ih. (Citrus Seminar and hear the ilKMissions.
1'v paring brick 'n 'he market It )Everglades, Cypn-ns Lumber, ('011I.1 I -
,1 ill doubtless be.I i of nlhusiaxm In applauding .\ntlcswith \ DU PONT POWDER CO. T. M. RIVERS. M. D. '
'tA ,' weighs about five pounds; IN black pany, which has a large plant atIxMlghman I ( They w &t.L.h.d 1802 Wilmin.too, D.I.
t.l l.
t :
Imlvind I II
;' sin color and almost noiseless. Influencing has, been a lumbermanfor atilt to obtain 'information that v ill PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
r t , i I Aside from hi, InK Hue example
enable hem a
? 'e manufacture of the brick years, and advocates the value of I to Inaugurate a successful -
'of ( rigii, silly of (tuought the above Office over Osceola Pharmacy
canipalf-'n: against tile disease dur !
for the market In wholesale quantit the brick especially from Its economic i ,
,. lies has been a trial test made hereon importance as being made from InK the routing year.! 1: 'irlicli' Is viirihy: of sincere conslderallon. I OfTlcw rt.nld.Tx63 118GKO. ,

The program for the comiiiK!': Citrus Tlie: < spoil that ilemv.idsP
t. the streets, which so far seems a waste product estimating that an I
din U Seminar has )been d i Killed as followsTuesday rrenal: | par.Ideation is hound in
rr successful. ordinary lumber mill producesenough I F
October 5th. -Fertilizersand i these to lead to personal 1 development F. PARKERApTORNEYATLAW '
y' Two months -elected to make brick
e ago a spot was : savings 20,1100
,... I Grove: both physical and mei-tal. i
"" -' 'n the'corner of two of tbo main dally. I Management.':

. Wednesday, October\ 6th.- Citrus : And thus Irap shooting, by very virtue ''I ._

6II Canker Day.Thursday o' its d.'maiding this actual par- Collections and Conveyances

i October 7th.- Citrus irlpatlon. (ill ) it i niche in the ad-i, Specialties

v 7 Scab and Other Diseases and Pests. tanc--of 'nt! of the nation to much better that Insures; ..fe 111 1-1 BroadwayG.

9,306 SQUARE MILES IN FLORIDA Friday October 8th.- Market Day. ad\anfHKe han ceoies of other
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.sports which are more or less, prevalent Protection that Protects P. KRIBBSATTORNEYATLAW '
VKKTISKI: : LKTTKKH: : pt the present time. ,

I4' : FREED FROM TICK QUARANTINE % list for the two weeks ending Oc- Understand please that we haveno '(I-

tober 4. 1915 : provcrbal "bone" 19 pick with Bxamlnatlon: of Titles a Specialty. 'J

t Bronson, Will ; Capner, S.M'. ; other spurt' men and "their "prote Notification and Payment of ta...* efnonrealdents 1\

v + , '-'NEWORDER RKL.KA8E3 PORTIONS OF 1II1SSISl U'.>., ALABAMA, Cooper, A. N.; Coddlngton, J. S.I; : ges." Neither do we wish to stand attention riven careful _, :

GEORGIA AND SOUTH CAROLINA ON SEPTEMBER U26.a69 Dawse?, J. It. ; Green, Mrs Mozella ; i aloof and proclaim trapshooting the DAKIN AVENUE Klaalmmee. Fla t

JQUARE'MILES'' NOW' F EED. Harthrn. Clara; Johnson, Willie; "one and only." On the ottiei hand i
Mon tsdeoca, Sam ; McFarland, there Is this to say: Apart from Pat Johnston a. P, Oarrstt .
::' w.!t1f.:': lIarve Nelson Mrs. Lottie' Pooter .*
' ** ; ; I th thtt the individual derives JOHNSTON 4'
/ ., *," WashingtonD.'Ci; --Nine thousand with 42 per cent. Arkansas with 25 GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW :
Mrs. Callie; Warren Eliza; Wingard 1 from triphcetlng, such as a Crater -
/ three and six: square cent, Texas with 22 cent and '
1::;1;, hundred: per per ;\1 rHo !Melon. ability to co.icertrate., quicker thinking ,

I.A I' ,vl; t' ,'II' :,. miles of territory' In Mississippi, Ala- Georgia with 18 per cent. Louisiana B. H. Simpson, Postmaster. keener judgment, etc. there is Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank ,
4 .bama, Georgia and South Carolina Is next to last, with only 4 per (rent rjHICHESTER I S PILLS Building
t. on of greater: magnitude, on ) of 1
._' . \t4: will be,freed from Quarantine for cat- and Florida has not yet succeeded 1 In Mrs.) Hone.s:-"My.: your husband naional Importance. This leads us to I.dl..l A..r..e.. Klaalmmee. Fla. ,

"' ; '! lie tick on September 16, by an order freeing any portion 6f the 47 counties has changed. I did not recognizehim. the great {thought of "Preparedness" WIR.4 esr..w.e.H..4..d 1.14 M.IIk:::' O "

_tf. ? Just signed by the' Secretary of AcrlI which were Infected In 1906. ." bo._ w.e, was.. 81.. __ Louis C. Maiary. T. Plctoif Warlow 1
that Is sweeping the And B. .r .
oer country. r Lat. Coun.el for
I 11 ...'l.l: culture. The territories freed the'those In territory already released there Mrs. Jones-"Oh! I've changed hus- "h"n1' speak of "Preparedness" we 1sIAlleNY Tp..e..1..t.1a.M".("'." PILI.gTb[ ; :sots' Fla. R. R. Comm. Criminal Judge of Court the

j'\ in which counties, the state and are about 4,600,000 cattle. To free handllsln'e here last." y..nk.o.o..B..t.e.t..Alny.R.WkOIJ ,& MASSEY & WARLOW
I you were unsure that Its true definition is "a
4114\ k the Department ot Agriculture work- the U has cost about 72 rents per $ BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHOlG ATTORNEYS and COUNSELLORSAT

tj 'In<< (n. co-operation, baa eradicated head, a little over half of which has """""'i LAW
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fever -
l -- the tick, which,.causes Texas by >y government u'-1 and of the United State. also before .
iJ.r:. ema I le-dtpplng of cattle In an ar- In return for this outlay ed by the farmers who are to use the the Florida Railroad Commlaalon. and
the Interatate. Commerce
,, -lie el bath.-The territory Just re- the losses from Texas fever In this vat. The owner of 50 head of cattle 11-14 Charleston Bid Commlaeloav*. I

.. '.le :.t4". nakel ,a' total territory of territory have beenn done away with can afford to build his own vat and Sewing MachinesWe Orlando Fla. "-In. _

7'--"t" :2 ,'square: rullel freed from the altogether, the grade of the cattle where the herds are smaller than

I ''since 1900 when- systematic markedly Improved and the valuo this it Is easy to arrange for a community -

\to get rid of this cattle, pelt Increased. In the tick belt at the vat. From 60 to 125 of these have purchased the entire DR. M. J. HICKS '

undertaken. As the original terry present time It Is said, the value of are required In an ordinary farming
machine business of
/under quarantine for the cattle beef cattle at weaning time Is $10 to county. To charge the bath with Arsenic sewing PHYSICIAN and SURGEON '

1e tras' 741,515 square miles, more $16 a head below the quarantine line and maintain I It through the J. W. Prentis and are now Office State Bank Building

) C ' r nTon4thlrd of the territory In- and above the quarantine line In summer costs about 3 1-2 cents a Phones, : Office 41Residence

i'' ted has been cleaned. tree territory the value Is $27.50 to head. equipped to rent or sell high 4ft

y'' This ?order releases the following $33.SO per head. The losses from

t 1 rrrltdry' In the states named: Texas fever are difficult to estimate STATESBORO MINISTER grade machines. J. W. THOMPSON
and'remaining because they are sustained largelyby I I
.1I1..I..lppf.-.Clarke county

JI e portions of the coun- owners of small herds who do not GETS REAL HELPRev. Alto Local Agent For FUNERAL DIRECTORand j
r report deaths from this cause. It is ,
: > .?..i'i'tit i Lafayette, .BoliTer and Clal- 4 '1'

a J, orne'are-released' from quarantine. no uncommon thing however, for J. Powell l Tells How He Found MachinesIn ; :

i t".Aab&ma-Tbo, counties of Lime- herds to suffer the loss of horn 10 New Strength to Girt to Singer Sewing LICENSED EMBALMER 1-:
aL'' 1 to 50 per cent of their numbers and His Labors. i

; I stone> nd 'Montgomery are realeased : In some counties the total loss has Rev. J. Powell of Statesboro, Ga., Store and Chapel Stewart Ave {

a # i<."'from"' '.O"er"-The QuarafUne.k : following counties been estimated by stock owners to be riously suffered that from they stomach affected troubles his se- addition to our established Klavdnmee. Fla. Pq.

J as. high as $150.000 In 1914. This lie struirirled on under the handicap "t'

ii c-? ,"; airs released from quarantine: BaldwIDCh&tooP" loss It must be remembered. Is repealed as best he could-hardlv realizing, business in \"

i ;: : ;, 'Cherokee, DeKalb, i year after year and will continue perhaps, just how much ha sickness P. A. Vans Agnew w. B. Crawio 1 r:

i .t ,'I, ::1C1t ert.;,hlton,' ,OOi-40D, Green, Jar to be repeated long the was hurting him. VANS AGNEW
; as as One day he learned of & CRAWFORDATTORNEYATLAW
Ma.vr's Won-
tt i.: tff and{,Richmond.. I tick remains.It derful Remedy. He took the first dose Bicycles, Motorcycles and Complete Supplieswe '1\\
1 counties
11 .\7. *?South" Car lln -rThe Is probable, however that In -then decided to take the full treat Offices: 3-4-6-6 Citizens Bank t +

"j rJIfA1k: ; n.JRlCblandHrairfleld: Kersaw.'Imnd future the work of eradication can ment. He wrete: Building '. ;;.
remaining portlpn of Lancaster : "Since using the six bottles of k
the your do Klaalmmee. Flor'-*.
rr f.\ be done more cheaply because of the wonderful I expert repairing '
" from'fJutranUne.. remedy feel like anotherman. 1
r ,4't / are 'I'e Uased. large amount of educational work already It has been quite a wonder to r '
[I'I/J'; ''Kenttcky: ,' Missouri and Tennesseei to know how of graphaphones .
accomplished. The actual expense me one could have a guns, ,
V : haT ttU eeede4.'lDc; (cOmpletely: wiping stomach disease like mine and live t
of dipping is very 'small. The
.i , 4., p' '--*' thee tUe'tick.- In Tennessee 42connUeierelnfeited. and do the wQrk I didI just escaped sewing machines locks bicycles LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW }
f, ..t'' cement and luiuber required for a the operating table. ; :

.! lr' ; .' California dipping vat fjiould cost from $40 to 'Now I can eat what I please aad Waring building p' .

,;;, ." an4Y4.c1D1"aloq.a, : now,prat;ticgytA 1-- doesn't hurt me night or day." motorcycles or any manmade i '

!I'M"'from'' tJl.epee '. *Figures from Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives machine. .
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l 4t'i ': ,obet,. tatei.. ,owever&re"not;;,' no ,ta- To Drive. Out Malaria permanent results for stomach liver I ., I -,&.
And Build Up The System and intestinal ailments. Fat \.J r. .
r as much '
tM k -ehowlbT'the' fact that
t '.orable; Fake the Old Standard( GROVE'S and whatever you like. No more dis. 'VETERLVAkySURGEONCall f

1 r-'q.:: North\Qa1" I! ;iiu n'per tent of TASTELESS chill TONIC You know tress after eating,.pressure of gas in OsceolaRic c1e Fon + "* a i'

I .p 'thelnteited: te'trjtirr 11a.i.been;cleand''up : what you are taking, as the formula is I 'the stomach and around the heat. Get Company A. F. RICHMOND t

M ti )f Kortb'CaroUnacomes: : : on every label, stowing it is one bottle of your druggist now and '
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A .. J .': ... i'Dted and Iron*in a tasteless form. try Horses Cllppeo,1 |i' and '

r, y touUi.Carllna t j./Jtl<.Bl eeDt01l:1.hom.: PrVe t. ,Mis. driyes out malaria, theImnhullda'Ilp not satisfactory money\Iarantee-lt will be rotnrned. 'I JL| fi E e,t i i;fJ JOHNSOM/Prop.. i *n\._* .(-+ 23 BROADWAY < Longhman'RoadPhene up. F z, v

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//Alive' 'board oftrade"has.been shipments -which 'were1consigned Park;,, ,;* Jacksonville; i.reetid.' ito this'f Department' 'et t: iirl ul ii,tot the In way.of ten
L,formed at Tavares,.with,'"'a member mainly to points In.Georgia.. memory' of the'' women of the ,Confederacy auguration- of:the work of 'the'girls'! .' ' by 'physIclans'sppsblbdbyGreytsrl, ; ,, -; ... f.
will be unveiled on October I canning clubs. In,,' hat, city' ,- ""\ *? "I
.aJllp. 01 fin,. 10 / Jr OWl boards of ,countycommissioners.;", { :

A Jacksonville civic worker speaking : 2C, with members of the,United Con A fee,rof..,ten'.-cents, each for ''the .

FT" 'Tho Jitney ''busses have snarled t atMtaml the other" night declaredthe ,federate Veterans. Daughters:of theCoufederacianti A, baby,:girl ,born t t In the' :AugustaMemort medieal. eximinatton of children, 'st Go to.Sunday School on Oetobet,3id.f,: ,' : :
:women" :show more Interest In ; others present; and, t hospital! in Petersburg I -'- ; .of '
.Ocala, a line having been established .; - ' tending the public schools of Florida : "
there.; civic 'work' and.'demonstrate ;greater participating. last December, but 'since lost to sight, has been "allowed by'the'State, Boardof I Pile Cored'In 6 to 14 Dey f'' :{",
Will sela.d if'PASO:
ability In that line than is'r'epuLe4. to be the heir:, to a ten mil Health.\ The. eximinatlonwhichxls 'w art*e.oay.*of Ttohtaa,; ,' -i.'
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Export cargoes out of the port of Johns county I' The.Southern Express: company at lion dollar English estate, and a pa required by the terms of a law passed! l.ll..I..s..t. 315,0a*--. We.
The St. tax milagefor Tampa will discontinue 'the use of tion-wide search has bean. 'instituted ,
Jacksonville for the month of August '
totalled *2,0 0.187Vj. the present year has been, fixed hors -dr .'WD vehicles, substituting I to locate her. The chllds parents .. .
at 44 1-2,mills. Improvements .suchas automobiles In their place. 'Permit were Mr. and Mrs. AndrewFroscher
''t, they are making on the roads over has been taken out. for constructionof the later being a daughter the late .
j. Ml;,D. Carmicbael was elected mayor In_ that county come high, but those a garage at a cost of $8.500 In I Sir Reginald Wlngate, one of the richest
4> Of West Palm Beach In the municipal
who want: to trot In the Flagler set which the express company will men in England. The mother is
primary, defeating R. J. Klsipsiigh -
have to have them.Jacksonville house Its delivery trucks reported to have killed herself and the
; r J by a majority of sixty-four { eW" n mMemmSn " "" "B *nMie """ ie ,..
father and child were lost sight of

i{ totes.I Is to have a "Dress Up The Navy Department has announced Unless the child is located by October rd ffert's Trowel l Brand Lime" -
I October 3. It Is \
.. Week beginning that a submarine base will 1 the vast estate will go to a
, : ,A district convention of the Independent not to be a week for beautifying the be established at Key West at anI I nephew of Sir Reginald. Both ;
Good and
',' Order of Odd Fellow wart city, but one during which the men DependableGood
early date. -
: held at Fort Lauderdale Saturday and women who make the city will I Eecarobla county will have a wetor because it aids fertility;making fruit trees and'other, s '
I with large delegations attending In the matter of
II vie with each Plans have been drawn for a rec- dry election on October 12. Thisis crops much more healthy and! vigorous, assuring.increased ;
from .
: .''' neighboring uersonal adornment. reation pier, seven hundred feet long, the date selected last week by the and improved crop yields 'of the best quality.DependibU i'

to be built on the water front at Sarasota board of county commissioners in because of its purity-analysis nearly
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Roberts, of Key West Dr. W. M Bevls. who for some I 100peC'i
[ extending out Into the bay. passing a resolution calling for a vote cent carbonate of lime-and also i
becauseproducedbly .
I I3 I3Cleveland
: : shot through the tight years lived at Lakeland and who ''
from The width of th pier will be twenty- ont he question of whether or not t)#' a concern of twenty-three years' experience.
a shot gun later served In the educational de- -
four feet, leaving; room enough for a county shall continue to legalize the Ground Limestone
partment of this state at Tallahassee
t sixteen-foot auto drive In the center sale of liquor. The adoption of thl '
t and as prison physician, has again Hydrated Lime ;
and a tour-foot walk on either side. resolution followed a court decisionin '
; of the new $45- located In Lakeland and will resume Rock Lime '
The pier will have what Is known all' which it was ruled that a person '
planned by Methodists of his medical pracUee there.
a pier head, one hundred and fifty signing a petition could not recall his There U a form ol Trowel Brand Lime for every purpose-.oil; I t
; laid afternoon
Tuesday I treatment dust spraya, eta All are fully guaranteed..'
feet In length and forty feet wide, on nameaft er the petition had been
3 ceremonies appropriate According to a news dispatch the,I pre- Oitlrr Truwel 1 Brand Lime for your grove.or!fold,or garden.
which there will be ample to sented and the of the
\ to the occasion. regular influx of winter tourists ha.alreadr' I space machinery government Booklet "Uning Lime on Citrus Groves" free. Let u* . 1
'j park fifty automobiles. There will set in motion. This knocked quote price and send samples
I ;p : set In for Lakeland, as a I ,
also be a pavilion 125x20 feet,,equipped out the wet forces, who had filed withdrawal -
{H. The Hillsborough river Is flooded number of northern people are already Florida Lime Company Ocala, Fla.
with all the latest conveniences. .
G over its banks near Crystal Springs there in anticipation of the requests from nearly 500 of (MCMttra Ie .. irtjlMl. teal.las Ciapiif w :
j as a result of recent heavy rains In coming season some of whom are already I the 1,700 signers on the prohibition 9

the flatwoods dralod by that stream. negotiating considerable business The new county of Okoloosa, composed i list and' which, had the names been

! .' deals. of portions of Santa Rosa and stricken from the petition, would have l/l t

I, r Gainesville's tax levy for the coming Walton counties, was created last left the prohibitionists with an insuf- - -- ---- k

,; year has been fixed at fourteen The war department has Informed I week In a special election. The majority ficient number of signatures. Both ,- t

' mills. the school authorities of Miami that was overwhelmingly In favor the wet and dry forces are organiz-

I/ I the department will furnish, free of of the creation of the new county. ing for the fight The

The supply of mullet on the lower I charge, such arms and equipment as The new county cuts off about.twelve I eyes of the world

( East Coast Is reported to be unusually may be needed by students who may square miles of Santa Rosa and about i]: H. W. Davis, at St. Augustine, has'|

:. heavy. In one day thirty-five thousand enlist as cadets provided the numberis the same number of miles from the irounded out a quarter of a centuryas r 1 rare

; pounds were shipped from MI- not less than 40. The school auf western edge of Walton county. Only superintendent of the Sunday the who

.; ami. orltles are of the opinion that at those In the territory embraced in schoool in that city. Few men have on man .

least one huudied will want to joinin the new county were permitted to that distinction, and a special cele-

t' movement, which would give a vote and a total of about 600 votes
I A petition for a wet or dry election e bration Service was held as a fitting

Is being circulated in Marlon county deeded military feature Co the public were cast, of which about two-thirds climax. A special feature of the :

./' by the dry forces. schools of that city. were in favor of a new county. The service was the singing of a hymn
Agbt for and against the new county I i aI
a for
composed the occasion. This was SAVESUNSOPHISTICATED .
;/. Miami Is to have a new hospital Word received from authorities of was one of the hottest waged in West written by Rev. T. C. Neal of Mar- I 1 v

f: The plans for the building have been Daytona and Demand Indicates that Florida In many years and at times ion, Ind., who spent last winter in''

accepted and work I... to be pushed James Duller, wanted In connection became bitter. St. Augustine nad was a regular at- a
with the murder of A. A. Boggs and >
as rapidly as poanlble.At tendant at Grace Sunday schaal and
daughter, Miss Marjorie, at Cocoanut Dy an overwhelming majority church. J.

At a meeting of the school board of Grove, near M'anil. last November Palm Detach county last week votedto I ,

Monroe county held a abort time ago I has been arrested In New York adopt the provisions of the local Some lime since they elected a barber pAUSE for a moment, young man,
It was derided to build a gymnasium state and IB. being: held there for action compulsory school attendance law
i at Crystal IVver as of the ,
at the Key West High School.A I by Dade county officials, who are passed by the last legislature.The mayor a thought to self. The
town, thinking it a good joke. He is '
Inevstigatlng the matter.A I :.
enforcing the laws so rigidly the' problems that confront
or :
negro sneaked a Ford out of a board of public instruction of you now,

local garage he was working In at shipment. consisting of approximately Volufila county last week appropriated joke is turned on the voters. Now I I| will few hence. ' '
they are going to have a new jail'there a years
Lake City and invited a few of his 10(10 head of cattle left Frult- $300 as pr'ro money to be offered
the commissioners hav-J
friends to go for a joy ride. While vllle. Manatee county, tbo early part the public Schools of that county for aunty

V running at a merry clip the machine of the week for Houston Texas. Thir Improvements along certain lines. ing' agreed to help the town council i| Look about yon-the men of affairs in country,stats, nation--yes,: ,:.t

k- turned turtle, and In the mix-up one ty-one stock cars were required to to build it. It is said the barber in the world are the men who started to save early IB life. .'
I coeds it to tike rare of some of those t'
,t. of the nerro's ears was pulled off. transport the shipment. During a period of twenty-four F

jf' He stuck the ear in his pocket andIf" I haurs, commencing at noon Saturdayand who made him mayor against his will. They hare the respect and confidence of the community;; ,,;" .....

went home and sent for a doctor to In an election at Marianna last ending at noon Sunday, twenty .
The executive committee of the Then look the1 other side the fellow who : '
on -at cpead aH tkr <1
.come and 'reset" his ear. week the voters of that city endorsed bicycles were purloined In Miami. ,;
the proposlt'on for the constructionof Such wholesale thievery led the police South Florida Board of Trade has selected make-they may hare a good time for a while, bat what does tk Jr"S':;
Orlando as the next meeting '
'd' rA. color line marking the bound a municipal Ice plant. The next to believe that a gang was operating personality reflect" ? : 0;; 11
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ty'!' -- arles of colored town will be' drawn move In the matter will be a bohd In the city.Newspaper place. doO'J' .. : : ....' ".."mtJl J' .1t
A .J.. this baak wifl be dieMclens ,'.' '
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to finance the f
,a: by the city council of Miami with the election to raise-money "r .
,,,. assistance of the civic societies and proposition.For publishers and editors Palm Beach county's $800,000 good of,asi homorable' ....,.. .... earser, ;
, ; roads and bridges bond issue was sold Hake' Tour '
t- the board of trade of colored town. of West Florida have just perfectedan your beginning new--4oday. W" :
organization last week to a Toledo, Ohio, firm for bank book will the "' ',';_ : ..
;t This was decided upon by the city failure to attend drill without to be known as tbeWesl pare way. ,

council and a committee composed of first obtaining permission from their Florida Press and Printers' Association $785,560 and accured Interest.

.: Councilmen Ralston Ronth and I commanding officer, five privates of with R. E. L. MeFarlln -

i Conrad. City Attorney Rose and City Company "I," national guard of Florida editor of the Quincy Times, as pres- Down in Manatee county the officers State (
in in West ident. are looking for a fellow charged BAnkIH.I
I Engineer Klyce appointed to work were placed Jail Key
with stealing a batch of cancelled
out detail. Friday night to await trial by court. -
martial.A At a special meeting last week In railroad tickets, while the people are I

From September 1st to September Jacksonville of the recently-created wondering what value they are and of KissimmeeCapital

16th, Inclusive 326,000 pounds offish new banking institution to be State Board of Architecture slxty- why a man should berrested for

wore shipped from Fort Pierceto known, as the Fourth National Bank sevea Florida architects and three of purlonging a thing so valueless. It is sleek ______________________-'looooe.OO "r

points north. The shipments con- is being organized in Pensacola. It Georgia were admitted by the boardto explained that the conductor is in Ru..rca..r __________:..________________--_ 400,00AM
sided of seven carloads by fast is stated that the new bank will havea the practice of their profession in trouble because he cannot make his
Officers and D1r
freight, of 25,000 pounds average capacity capital stock of $500.000, and that this state. proper report without them

: and; 750 barrels by express of it will be ready to begin business by C. A. CARSON. Preu. J. M. LEE VICe Pmt.

r. 260 pounds each, or an equivalent about January 1st. The board of county commissioners The Key West Citizen is boastingthat M. KATZ. tad Vice PresL w ...._, .- ti
total carload shipment of thirteen of Manatee county last week Toted the people of that city are getting "

cars of 15,000 pound each. Mullet With appropriate exercises and or- to appropriate the sum of $360 to backso me of the money the city ROMA THOMAS Cashier '

constituted the greater part of the atory, the monument In Confederate supplement an appropriation of theo spent in improved fire protection by R( fA

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.''\. . .1 : JI lcia'o., .- ADMINISTrlATOBU'In ' I WOTICW>JO.Pf:,:APPLICATION' FOR. -- -- -' ;

Fey ......1 v.........). .LRTTK1M PATieNT AND : '

:]Legal, Curt. -.t Cenatjr-- -Jvdst OassslsiOsustr. StateFlorida. .'.!. ALV'WHOM,.lN t)04111'OILATIONTO -IT MAT, OONCfHRN: Some Essentials For 'Growjng Oats"Successfully :.k:;1

. SEEDS : fn r. instate .5 NOTICE! 19 HKRB.BT OIVBN That '
L' Advcr1iScnt1s.III : Walter B.... Bn the undersigned will apply to tha Governor In.outhem states
: : .. le hereby riven. to all whomIt d.f -the sttu of Florida the . : .
' mar oonoarn that on the twelfth day. Uth of October. A. D.. .fr' for . . .
1- '. III 111111 UIiIUIIIIUI. of December. A. p. 111. I hall apply Letter Patent, incorporating the Family ..

:; ,.._, --, __ u .: p. Ia'Urealt c.... f..;'th*, S...;... JmCtrcvlt .. of i said. Honorable Court. aa )T.ud.fttv. of Murphy Probate, Juoir for11I7' Charter Store.,.which under ha the. been followlnjr filed' In Proposed the of. B.:; E. Evanl.""d! mol ltration ajent Many farmers in the south hay* for;'

.: your'order*-NOW. for'OP distal. .( tbs $!..<. .f Pl.i discharge aa Administratorof" ihs flee of the- Secretaryof Slat ot'Xh for Oleeola"County has furnished the a long period of : rr.po"la strain.
.... In sad 5.5 Oamwln C mmtr estate of Walter Baa er. deaad; State of Florida. ; r
SEED RuT IN OHAMOBRT and that at -th* earn time I will present Url l. loth day of September, X Ch Valley G*iette 'with, the following of .-red rust-proof; oat. and.improvedthem
*.. QsmrslUnimmm .1 to said Court flnal account
MarT IV. a. W" aa my '
3A. COLLARD. ONION, Ella $ LeRoy MSUM, cu.... -- .. Administrator of said estate and ask H.M., PHAKB bulletin Issued by. th. Department of through years of to

SD. alM ONION SETS. sad n.... Brll Ba.. MlBOr krlra .* for their approval. W;- H. PKAKffi I Agriculture oats usually known the 'muD. '
ar* by
1 _0 ay, SEED OATS. Walter Has, *fw ..*...., Osa.lalsu Dated June It, A. TX. 1111.HBNrfT J. W HARRIS. ; '
T. BAS"oamo'mo L Plant oata in October. 2. Plant o( the and constitutes the
.*P! K.; GARDEN *... on grower -
I &A.8..POTATOES,' Etc. 0."..../,. .... .a.. rORBCMUCBH cad Cella Basa SCIT, kla ..5FAMILY well ,drained soil. 8. Prepare a good most reliable source. of seed Oats that p

: ' Wife, sad Marr f. ttaaa, wMw, BaHOTICK STORE seed bed before planting. 4. FertiHie can be found. .
ii : 'On- PA.LL' SEED CATA- _....t.. or ADMINISTRATION The undersigned Hereby associate
'WOVE Of MASTKR'B SALE ; themselves together for the purpose of judiciously. 5. Plant home grown seed Horn crown seed are much more : ,
r .dy it gly.i nil !. Crart of
the CBB T .1uige. State ol becoming: Incorporated under the Laws '
Tv-AII Wass It Mar. OosiecraiB ... of a rust-proof variety. 6. Treat the reliable than seed brought in front'dis. '
.deBeripUon, price te. It, It known that notice Is heraby FIrMa Oeecola c. ,. of the State of Florida, and under the '

will bi a ....ure to mU you rlT.n by the un..I.-...... as Bpaclal ...t. of Ro-Mala O. E...... term of this ARTICLE Proposed Charter 1. ; oat seed for smut before planUng.7. tant sections. Many failures with the

one !D.elt.. It..tor In In this Chaaeary causa barelnbafora that. <>urlns; appointed BY TUB JUUUR OK SAID COVRT Section 1. The name of this Corporation In the northern third of the cotton oat crop in the south are due to the

r' hours of sale on the 4th day. of to Whereas this Court A.for 10.Letters Drought of. Administration has applied.- i shall' be Its the Family rIClln Store. and belt plant in open furrows to prevent planting of rrfTrlhern or western grown .
PnRry Feed SippHes liubiteo October. A. D. Itli. being a rule day of place of nb'.in :: the townof
with will.annexed" the stat. of
this Court I will expos" for sal to Klsslmmee City County of Osceola winter killing 8. Clear the land of oats.
":Elt Coittf's HiPntJ'j the highest bidder for cash the following Uomaln C. Beach deceased late. of said .
and State of Florida, and It. business p
before to oats.
County Osceola planting
; Time of
: described premises: may. be conducted In said town of K.lssfmmefi -
> Renidin The Bast half of Lot Three and all These are, therefore: to rite and MlmonlBh City and elsewhere In the The best
of Lot Four and the East. half of Lot all and singular the kindred State of Florida. and In any other State. Preparation.The time for seeding varies

Blx" of Block Five of B. A. Robinson's and creditor of said. deeeavsd to b. red or Country through such other offices land should be well broken with the latitude and variety of oats
-Wrlt4f; 'for we.klr Price List Addition to the Town of Klsslmmee appear before this Court on or before branches, agencies or otherwise as
and Catalogue. City. Said lands. being; In Osceqla the 16th day of October A. !>. 1(16, sod shall be neo.R".fl L convenient. practical, in order to allow settling of to be planted. In the northern thirdof
Die obJecUon. If have to the
any they E.--
County. Florida. the soil. The surface ,should be thor- the cotton belt the best time for
The place of sale shall. be the CourtHouse granting of Letters of Administrationwith Section 1. The .general nature of the

.E; MARTIN SEED co. Door In Klsslmmee Uaceola will annexed on Bald estate, other bustneHM. or businesses to be transacted oughly prepared with a disc or a section planting is between September 15th .i.
County Florida. wise the same will be tenanted to Bald by the said Company shall be as follows -

> SXKt Eaat Dated this 26th day of August A. A. E. Drought or to Home other flt person : harrow before planting. On land and October 20th; in the central third ,
Bay Street or To conduct a store or' storei for the
.' JACKSONVILLE: FLOIUDARUBMYTISM D. UII. JOHN 8. OADEL.: peinona.WltneHH my name at County Juritre buying and selling at retull men's and where cowpeas or velvet beans have of the cotton belt from October let .

MoMer In Chancery. of (he County aforpnald thin the, 1)014rhitiiing.. furnishing 1.001. aho*". been and made into hay plow to November 10th and in the southern :
( ) JOHNST-t'/: JAIIK13TT.As day of Sept.. A. 13. 1911. ..I..a.. 0 i'c k 1 u.s. .nhlrtH I sui>iMuli'H. U 0- grown ,
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derwear. hats li on!cry. Jewelry urn. under the stubbte"to of 8 10 third of the cotton belt from October
Counsel for Complainant. 37' lit. (1'.1)" T. M. MURPHY b..I1.H. ha? dker<'hief... muffliTH. h"lh. a depth or ,

J4t County Judge.In rt>heH, smoking Jarkets KOVIH.! and all inches and before seeding run over 10th to November 15th. Throughout .
nt her ar teles unil supplies n pi.e rial n- "
. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOil TAX ImsineBi of t'lolhii-r the land first with a disc harrow and the greater part of the cotton belt
DEFt HM1KH' NKC-I'ION BT4 AM) the ClrroH Court. <*r>rB B7B/ (;CMCHAI. HTATIITKN' 0$' In Mitd for Onrrolii Coaat?. purchase and "a I... retail. and u ',p4 l. male.of then with a section harrow to prepare oats sown in October will yield on an

THK STATE OK FLORIDA Klorlila. dry ......d.. groceries, ci iii k ei y. seed bed. Deep breaking is preferable average of at least 50 per cent more { .1:
glassware qu..n."r. harness' t rapplriKR. ,;
iWill cure Rheumatism Neuraltfia. Notice Is hereby given that A. V.Itass Statutory Action .f Adoption of a Child. articles mad li'attier.I no It done sufflcleiitly early to allow than oats sown after Christmas
Headaches Colic purchafier of Tax Oertlncn- H No. IVtltlon of Fred IHrl.nnn lilln. tions. millinery I ,,' ,/r,boots tovs. confectionery "
Cramp .
206. da.ed 3rd day of July. A. I). 1911. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCKItN : I wall-paper decollations I the soil to become firmed before plant- The best results have been obtained

Spraiiu.Bruiies Cute Burns Old and No. 388 and 3811. dated 7th day of lie It known that on the 18th day of hardware carpets and other a>rtli'lM in If plowing cannot be done long by planting with a grain drill. If .t
(f. a
Sores Tetter klngWormjEc.zema July A. D. 1D1I. has filed nld Tax Certificates October A. O. 1H16 1 will apply to the of merchandisenecessary and convenient .
., In my ofnce And ha* mAde application Honorable James W IVrklnn Judge of for dress and household use nndK enough before seeding to allow the grain drill l is not available the seed "
etc. Antlocptio Anodyne for tax deed to IHHUO In accordance the flrrult Court for the Seventh I ..lucliclnl ciiera, lly. to do a met an,tile and eI Ii-
.. soil to become firmed and settled be broadcast and
with law. Said rtTtlnrat, Circuit' of the State of Floridafor tcoodu huiinisi by may sown covered
wed internally externally. 25c. embrace the following: dencrtbed land the l legalization of the adoption ofWillie To. lorry on the husinens of boot ami the rains it should be thoroughly shallow with a plow or disc harrow. "
Bltuated In Osceola County. State ofFlorida. sI n' makers and dealers. and to "' .11111'
to-wit Mnf lilnip. a i-hlld now rrRldliiic faphiiiibuy.. .,,11. Import. ,cxpoi and with roller For the northern third
: In the City of Klaalmmrv. Om-vuln leather packed a heavy drag or of the cotton 1
dial In hoots shoes leattiei.
Certificate No. 206.1..1 Sixty-four (C4) '.
LET US HAVE YOUR BILL of the S.mlnoleL'.d..lnve..ln'.I1I1'olll.pany' .. ( .Ilnly. ....0.1.) of all kinds lilacklnw varnltth. after discing and harrowing. On belt the open furrow system of plant- .
IhlH the 16th day of September.A. .
and! he for lioots and
:.. ot i iprpliirltiona
WE WILL SURPRISE YOU Hubdlvl ln of S.-.iii.n ((2111.Town"hlp . 1) ]1M6. the ing is the safest.
1..IIp', lasts. I txx't t .Ht ri-iihiis. liootla freshly mowed pea stubble where This is done by "'it
Twenty nix (261) South. KHKD ),lcl.Al'l 11 ..IN. Us hut ton hooks "lures fut.oirigs.
Range Thirty (30)) Knut; Cert Iflrntp No VnrixKnow & Crawford. I'tirls i Us. aixl: nil t.t h..i ace; neon:,-,. and, i land was well prepared for the peas, opening the drills with a shovel plow t
If 888. Ixit Fifteen 116and) VrlKlcnte i'.ill--I for the Put It loner. 3V.11 anof .. id. iMirles. nnd to you want material we manufacture to Kp.tlr. : seed bed be 12 to 14 inches
No' J89. l..ot Sixteen (16) of ; .Ii neial. r< ;pattlnu 1> from the stump and can save you nole Land & 1 Investment C*.iil.iinyj| '; To l.u\ ....11. moilKJi: '''''. tent, linprov. tiittdu' wllh thy lire harrow by thoroughly in this furrow and covering lightly. '.
SubdlvlHlon of 8tl"n (19)! Tow nclilp I.lA I. 1\ OTIC'ItI t xrlui iiuc. anil iilhet wise aciiulre. iltsJ.OHI -
money. We Guarantee grade and Twent 3'-cix <26) South. Kunti- Thirty u of ;t nd\ pupil 111 ie.ih I pt Opel, 11 t V till discing to a depth of three or There are specially constructed grain
workmanship to be to the Stand- (30) l Hitt. The Maid In,,,! hoinj ...".-."- '% TillIIHT1TK: tIK M. 1>. TlMIJ... pi otMl 'and n til m pi oed to build! con.tiiMt -
up . : : : : four inches. drills on the market for
ed at the date of tHHUHncc wf cert Indites I it. !,..< ard. In the name f>f \iiikii"\\ n !TnlosH KiiiUcertUlcMtOH in i i II del, i on. pupil. In",,, III'''''. det lop. the furrow.
; distIl I h.. I ...I!<',.nied :.-itnl- !Nit l I. hierPh3gisen Hint n.. the find ltnHo\| '- ti-al | > uen iHllIn I.> Fertilizers. open :
knit t4i law. t..x doiMl will issue ther.',"rti iii..\\ nf Hinbove. Oil iflnii d l.-.-,-,1iii entiiil: to: ,\\I.'I"'I) :;:, pi-rfoi ni, un > ait I On soils that normally produce 2.r Amount of Seed Acre
/ Yellow Pine on the 27th day of H"II.h.'r.| t A. l> M I ) Tin.lull, i I. n I ho ilul intrHtnti I .. I will ora is p x .p. .1"'iii or necessary. I.> uc- per
Lumber Co. 11116. |pip-p-il I toy' |iO-tiihoii to U>". llotiornbl- i oliilillMh "l t III Ul.*l HIM" ol, t III' nit. ,let tHoi bushels of corn per acre, oats can be' The quantity of seed should be ...
Witness my han and ..rn.-i 1 II I i.....1 I T. M Miii |ili\ II.,. I'..ullly .1 ippl, t... of I II. POM' ', i iq hi i t In mi loneil., and 1 I.. e\
Promptness Our Watchword. :2 lli of Aumi-t A I Ii 1I&! I rv.,1, cMllitKlorldn.. pit 'IIIH .tiIi-.. InIhr < i "IM< .IllS .it .1..11 ol, In- p > 'a \siiI.hi,,) profitably grown without the aid of about the Same for any of the above
tltI :: 'l1d":1: : I i ,1- 1 in i s hi p ot iipiiiiial, I
OVKHHTltmST.Clerk : ( liou.- .
( Ct. I. ''ilui < in 'lKhlitini-v. 1"I"rld. commercial fertilizers.For methods From two to two
Phone 195. KiMimmrr. Fla. l ho- pupil \\hUh 'i ano one
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Circuit I'ouil. 0. .1.] i n MomliIhf 4th d.iy. of 4h-tih.r. A I
1 lull 1 \ IK i .1 t t < I I..> a li C 10.7..1.." >i ;i.uuilli-I Soils.The half bushels of seed
Light .
38-6t "ounty. Florida I l Ii IIMS. for itoa|ll']' of Coin IK-i-p. Sandy per acre have
\ : ; ted. li\) .lisp .in _ -- iti.-hii-i.. .M to ii.M.slmi, in.\ I >ow-r liii,-, , _, "III.. |m\\'. I M i 1.1..1 1 ) 1",01" ,*h..11 1 1 'HiIK deep, light sandy soils along given the best results.
I i 111 i III. *-nlil. ,- tMl,' I law.
> IK < ordliiKto I i .
hi til |Is tt
limit ot lust
1\ O'II tE KOH 11 III.KTIO\ > tni n IK i 11 ue. i I
666 -- I At "I", h, |p.Itii|. ,. nil. .iarti-. in t" o"Ml t"h. p I.fl.I al .poers P onfel pt-tI) n""p- the ('oa. \ol plains are, as a rule deficient Rust 'in Oats.
) No. Serial No. O1O7O2Ofltrr ml,T--t may thud If I..Ii.. -) ....,.no KM < ..i |1'''i .' 1 Ions h\ .l.i ., ,, ..| hi. i'i.ul.I Iof
in both, and
proMT.| phosphorous pot- The dump worm weather which
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Urp.rt..nt uf the I.erior 1'. !II. .......1
\ ThU I* a prescription prepared especially at .ln..I1I., KlorUIn. AUK. UOSA 11. TINHAI.I.. \HTI'.I'' : :( I .- >*h. and. unli'ssJM |I..-HH. soy bcuns. prevails in the south is-favorable 'to
38 4t AdininlHtrntrlxIn Si t 1nn 1 Tina. "it i i n nt "f t Ih. < 'it i -
for MALARIA or CHILLS A. FCVCR. 21. 1915.Notice i ._ p Hil i ; I St.M K i.I thl.-, t'oiiMUHlion l i ciii I II I I hT. velvet henna beggar Wfedx, or some the development) of rust in oats and
Five or sU dose will break and I n Thous.iiKl, ,, < } ] ..I I ii.lhu, M ili- I
any case, i. hereby gl\en that Allen C < 1 Ir.ull Court for the Nr.rnth ..luillrliil pp.1.1) l i II..t<> i IIK* 1 11111..1".1 1 r t l I"i I shii-s..C other leguminous crop has been grownon the best means of preventing this disease -
If taken then .. a tonic the Fever will not i Onnnon of 1..o I.ineo. Klorida.lio.. on 4 leech .r Ii... ",..t.. of "'Iorldn.In Ml. .11 \ .dJl"-i.liii,.- HllllllMd.. ..Jl'HIIMI' )
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return. It acts on the Urer better than May 24.: 1912: made homestead I.ntrNo. > I mill .. ..r 4*"reola ('ouluip. I'ollMiK. tilth l guru! .su h stotk. IniludtiiK these soils and turned under they : is by planting only seed of the

Calomel and doe not fripe sicken. 2So I 010708. for NW % of NK >,, I'.II..n i 1 h.i" ptihrM iii.I il Ii., h> t InsuliMt I 1 1 tint: will generally be found deficient in'' .
; or 28. Township 31 South. Range 34 Kant.Tallahassee ST4TIArthur "' 0111'IIt'I.. ..;n.\u fin m | at. 01. K nuih<- |..*id fot .In liii-' i iI rust.proof'Briet) Where possible,
Meridian. lice filed notip-* 10.: ..on........ IMolnlirr, j .-"" or in laIp.,, H.-" .a es oi pi opei' I nitrogen. For sandy soils requiring secure, home grown seed.! The so-called
of Intention to make Three-year iVoof. .". n..I.IIOVUlt ltI'Jllrnr (I" .it, .1 jtiMt """..11.," in h he llxt-l l h> the ;
to establish claim to the land above '... II..... il .1.. n..dan'. I IM 01 pot .'1 01 s 01, l 10 v t liii ,II.i ct or H it nd a complete fertilizer, broadcast 300 rust-proof oats from the north and -f,
described before Refrlster. and Kec.-iver !1\'I'I'I': ()..' 5 II lIt I"' ''''" S A lE ,h.,11, I Inins 11. d spud 1"01.1 l foi at sm-h pounds of If(>< ; acid phosphate, 100
When you buy.BREAD. at (Gainesville. Florida' on the 7th day. To All \\ "..... It May i'onrrrnilp linn ;inil upon( .surh, I ti i ins as the, IIOUM, I west when planted in the south nearly _.
of October. 1U16. It kno" n. that llndec soil by vlr of otfeelors in (let..t in I ne Saidip- pounds of cottonseed meal and either always rust. Planting on well drainedsoil
lUll Si I". 1 k )InillI i ..a..1 ft oin time
witnesses- 1111" <
Claimant name as tip of nn execution iHHUed out of t lip
O. W. 1.'''1'1110.' of Lokoipee Florida. above Court in the nbove styled. roe... i o time, h* oiiil t lit mount' stated III 200 pounds of Kanit of 50 pounds of and fertilizing properly will

R. 12. WllliB. okuseu. Florldii.J. . reeLed to thp undprHlKnpd n" ShprllT.niW .the 1I..n. I .pi AKTICMC ohlt>d hy 4 law muriate of potash per acre, at plant- lessen the damage from this disease. ..
i K. Lxikoseu Florida.
commnndlnfr him to make out of '
rlda.UOUKRT :Section Thin <(< 'or porn t Ion slmll ing time and work well into soil. In' .
J. B. Owens of 14.kni.ce. Fl< the frood.s and cliattplH. land Hlid tenptnentH Smut In Oats.
ficlrtt pt rill-ilially.. or until di ol\ '! art
I" W. DAVIS.36st Regloter.. 18182 ff Hollar henry. T. KHHH the Hum of <.itillK to I..U AKTiri.K: B the spring just before the oats begin Oat smut is prevalent in nearly all ,

.' Ask for the BfSTW" I Now know ye that I. an Sheriff. shall Section 1 The business' ..I this (' n I to "boot" or joint, broadcast 100 sections of the south and the is

NOTICE KOH PUBLICATION : expose for dale and Hell the property f. trati..... until o herwls provided b\ of nitrate of soda and crop
pounds acre
h-rplnbplow described which 1 have per frequently damaged from
I the Hoard of I M'rec tors. shut I be conducted ten to
heretofore levied upon by reason of I hv a lresl I l ."t. n VicePresident.a the oats with weeder
run over a or
iL Grocer tell i it DEPARTMENT OF TilE INTFItIOII twentw cent by this disease.
e Every I said. execution. As the Bald propertyIs Set-re tary. and a Treasurer and a per It :
U.V1L.L.I2 a. LAND KLOHIItA.OFFICE SKIT.4 AT HAI\EII-, IBIS.! : not easily movable, tho place of Bale I ton r shall be In front of the building wherein from t hree to five members the exactnumher
; Serial N*. O1HJM. I It Is now located viz No. 117 and 119 of said Hoard to b. Ii x.i bv theH soda into the soil. before planting with a formalin solu

Broadway KluMmmee City. Florida.Tbe \ --Iriv\: and I to be alterable within
is suitable
-O. K. The above formula for
Notice Is hereby given that Fletch..r'E. tion. To one pound of full
crops of sole are cash. The time Ih8 limits stated The office of H..r.I. strength
BAKERYI Wall of Ken..n .vllie. Florida, whip of ....I.. Is between the hours of elevenA. rv. n nd t he of nV*. of Tr..u..urer. may all sandy or sandy loam soils of the formalin add forty gallons of .;:.I
on November 24, 1911. made Homestead M. and two 1'. M. on tho 4th day of bheld hy the same. person. Th- Hoard water. ..
Entry No. 0864 for Lot 1 of NE14 and October. A. D. 1916. of Directors may appoint such other officers costal plains requireing a complete Place the grain on a clean floor and f,
'/. Lot 1 of NW%. Section 2. Township 81 The property la described as follow.: or agents a.. In their judgment fertilizer. .
84 East. Tallahassee wise. and shall with a sprinkling pot apply
: :. : South Rang. 1 pr.' Ice Hook. may seem prescrtb one gallon
". -..:. .- -- Meridian. has filed notice of intention 1< Rolls of. Market. Paper. for such officers or Rents, such powers There is enough potash for all crops of the formalin solution to each bushelof
and duties. In their discretionmay
Proof to establish
to make Three-Year a.
r. .' 1 10-ft. Refrigerator Show Case.t .
"'. claim to the land above described before 'Iron Safes seem proper.Section found in most of the soils of the grain. Turn the oats with a shovel J
'joo ,
V 2. The annual of v
l meeting
Clerk of the Circuit Court at Kis-
'. >;i Galvanized'Corrugated' slmmee. Florida on the list day of 1 1 liufTalo Cash/ Register.Scale the Corporation Tuesday 'i in a'r'.t.I.d:! .: : ; ; 01n each thesecond south. This la especially true of the until all are thoroughly wet. The seed .

October. 1916. red clays and sandy loams with red .
1 Market S..ale.I should then be covered with '
vitneesB. > ear. nt ten ( 1') o'clock A. M. atAMch a canvas
Claimant"names as :
: '< Ham SI leer. ) time ill the officers herein proId. clay subsoil that are well supplied
H. Uuy. of Kenanuvllle. 1.'IOl'lda.John or sack for two hours after which
1 1'appr Jtack. \ d I for .shall he i lected by the Hoard ,
H. lialaden of IvenanHVille. 1 1-fl-ft. Counter with marble top. of I IMrectoi' MSection with vegetable matter. On soils rich they should be spread out to dry.
Florida. 1 12-ft.? Counter. .
3 1'11111 i the officers to lie
and Flat Ell D.. .. of Ken"n"vlIl. Florida. 1 6-ft. Counter. ..inii d I at the Annual. Meeting for the in potash but deficient in phosphorous Where the seed is sown by hand Immediately -

Penlgan Sellers. of Keniinavllle.. FlorId 2 Mi-at. IMockH.. year NIII..n Sixteen ( 'l'lfo'! l l shull l hei and nitrogen apply at time of seeding -
a. V. Electric Fans. i u.i litied. the 1 MI si liens of "he corporatloti treatment drying is
; SheetsAnd ROBERT W. HAVIS I Motor Sausage. Orlndcr and fixtures. : nhall; ,ho condu: < te 1 hy the follow- 250 pounds of I(>r7 acid phosphate unnecessary.The .
; 38-6t Keiilster. 1 KefrlKerator Ice Hox. lug officers
1 llpfrlKerator Cooling Plant equipped l'ltEi-tl' II I "' NT. II M ....a k..I..I..I.III.HII. ... per acre and work well into the following may be cited as some

M All : :farms of Metal NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION connections with cold with storage Ammonia and Tank'ma< ninety V I; I : 1 1 lPhNT.& TUKAKUHKK.J. W I f a r r W 1 sHKCHKTAHY H. soil. About the first of March or just of the reasons for growing oats on

P. nke I IAni I Ijtl before the oats begin to joint broad
DEPARTMENT OK TilE 1NTICIUOH 4 bundle. of Heavy Itutcher'a 1'11\1'r. 'i < l. > OF1 .iSlllKCTMUS H M I southern farms. 1. Oats on similar

kfr: Roofing V. !S.-L.ANI OKF1CIO AT (HIMCSVIL.L.B 1 Tut k tjas En Kine. : IVukf.V I II I Penk.. JV Harris. cast 100 pounds of nitrate of soda per : soils will produce of
:. FLO.UUA. SKIT: 4, II/III. 1 20-ft. iron shaft equipped with 61 it AllTHM: fi. as many pounds
Serial \o. O10W73 belt wheels and belting. Section I This ( 'orpomtlon. shntt acre and go over the oats with a section I grain as corn. 2. Oats require less
4 1 Sausage 1'acklnw Machine. adopt an n pproprlate. seal. and shall
ALL SIZES AND GAUGES Notice Is hereby given that Richard 1 Holler Top Desk and chair. adopt lt\ .LII",". for the ""I\' of or spike-tooth harrow, with the i labor to grow and harvest than corn

PROMPT DELIVERY C. Moore of okosee.. Florida who on 1 Oil can. Its affairs. not Inconsistent. with Its teeth slanted "'baclt ward. This will young stock and for work animals
Jay 20. 112. made Homestead EntryNo. 1 Dynamo. Charter and the l,aws of the State of I

.. 41It the:larre*t .and moat com- 01078. for UKM of NKS4 and NK'A 1 Weight Scale. Florida which By-Law. may be serve the double purpose of workingthe during the summer months. 4. Nearly -
1 Motor Done Grinder and equip
of SW4. Section' 23. Township SI South. \.I: .rc .or repealed. In themanner nitrate of soda into the soil and all soils in the South
ment. In said It Laws.AHTICK1C
--v" "nlt. stock: In Florida. Range. 84 East Tallahassee Meridian v ) are adaptedto
filed notice of Intention to make 1 Motor Mftal Grinder. 7. giving the oats a good cultivation.For .
has '
oats. 5. Oata
; 1 Motor Small Sausage Machine. S..II..n I. The highest amount of IntI..hio.'n. sown in October is
: .Florida Metal Products Co. rhreyear Proof to establish claim to 1 8. ft. Box. .... to which this Corporation
Cypress Mixing
. the land. above described before Clerkof 2 Work Benches. mnv HI.any time I subject itself shall not the Lime Prairie Soils. one of the surest grain crops. 6. Oats

EVERGREEN AVENUE Circuit Court at Klaslmmee. Florida 1 Ammonia Tank. .-*<.d double the amount of Its Capital The lime prairie soils of Mississippi may be followed by a soil improvingcrop
S50': on the 21st day of October 1 Meat Hack. Btork. '
:l.l.\CxSONVILLE; FLORIDAMAXWELL Claimant names as witnesses. :: 1 Small Platform Scale. ARTICLE 8.Section and Alabama are, as a rule, well sup- such as cowpeas or soy beans.
a. R. B. Willis, of LKJkosee. Florida.F. 1 The and residences -
1 Harden. Rake. names with both and 7.
plied phosphorous pot- akes substitute for
a good
'" of Kenansvllle. Florida.C. cottonas
E.) .11. Dated this 3rd day of September A. of I the subscrl hi HK I In..orporHlor" t ocl -
H. Padnett. of Lokosee. Florida.D. D. 1816. her with the amount of CapitalShock ash but most of these soils have been' a money crop. 8. Fit well In a
I... McLaughlin. of lx>kosee. Flor- subscribed for by each are as
L. H.
follows. cropped in cotton continuously and are systematic rotation. 9. Affordsa
' 41.ff t..*. As Sheriff of Osceola. County. crop
Numher of
fi ...lIt ROBERT W. DAVIS.?ResTlster.If By ROBERT CAMPBELL Name Address Shares very deficient in nitrogen. On such better dstributon of the labor of

As Deputy Sheriff. II M ",'nk. Klsslmmee. Kla. tfVr ) soils before either hands and
broadcast planting teams throughout the
JOHNSTON & QARRBTT \ H IVake. Klsslmmee. Fla. 20 I year,
COORT OK COUNTY JUDGE Attorneys for Plaintiff. 37-41 3.V Harris. Klsslmmee.: Kla. 20 800 pounds of cottonseed meal or 600 and helps to solve the labor problem.
COUNTY NOTICE! FOR BIDS of Florida II I pounds of cotton seed per acre and 10. Provides a cover crop for the land I

("*,)unty of Osreola > ... work well into the soil. If the cottonseed during the winter which checks leachIng -
: I. I'. Estate .f Aar.. Keesbairat Bonds '
'ei Notice for bids for Municipal ,
1 Ii 6 Notice la hereby given to all whomIt to be Issued by the City of Klsslmmee. TO BK ALl: IT, WHOM KNOWN IT That MAY before CONCERN m.., :the or meal are not available, then and washing of the soil.

HOUSE may. concern that on the 10th day Florida. undersigned. Notary Iubllc In and for top dress with 100 pounds of nitrateof It has been fully demonstrated
of February, A. D. UU..l shall apply Notice Is hereby given that In pursuance the State of Florida' this day
to the Honorable T. ofur. Judge. of the Resolution adopted. by ally a M. Peake, p..r.n.-W. H. I soda in the spring just before the that most of the land in the Southis
of said Court a* Judge formy :: :t W.I1H I
the Council of the City of Klsslmmee. Peak J. , each to me
discharge of I oats begin to joint. well adapted to oats. It has also
, COFFEE final as Administrator August llth. 1916. the Council will re_ personally known and known to me to

I the; and estate that of at Aaron that time Keesbury.I will deceased present- celve sealed. bids for the purchase of executed be the Individuals the described In and Charter who It w'll not be necessary to top dressin been clearly: demonstrated that oats
Twenty-Seven Thousand Five HundredU27.IOO.00) foregoing Proposed I
Is Perfect to Administrator said Court of my said flnal estate accounts and a.kfor .. Dollars Six" Per Cent. Municipal who. each for himself upon oath the spring with nitrate of soda, or planted on medium to fertile soils and
Bonds, at the Clerk' office In the severally acknowledged that he executed -
fertilized '
their approval.t other fertilizer judiciously can be .made a
City Hall. at Klsslmmee. Florid., at the said Proposed Charter freely and to use any nitrogenous

, Ask Your Grocer Dat.d.Aug. 104. A.A.Dm.l DROUGHT. 7:10: P. M., on Saturday, the 26th day therein voluntarily exnresued.WITNESS for the. uses and purposes where oats are planted after a heavy profitable crop in any part of the
of September! A. D. 1.16.
1 m t sn Administrator. hand and official seal. South. The
my of beans velvet high value of oats for
The Issue consists of six (I) Bonds at. Klsslmmee Cltv. this 18th day of crop cowpeas, soy ,
each to b. dated from date of Issue ".1 feeding to horses and mules is
September A. D. 1916. beans melilotus or alfalfa. generally -
:'.aD 1yova COPT 'or'.ram HAST Ie Clrcwlt c..rt f.* tbe Be".a.1I ".... follows: (Seal. ) n. t*. WAGNER. ,
be aure slat CIrrmtt .f tkw Stat .1 FI.rIita. One Bond In the sum of Twenty-Five Notary. Public State of Florida. Barnyard manure is an excellent I well understood. They are es.peclally .
'v '. >rix>ftrDA.: AWJTCAl. now Ananal to wlUOranr In ..* For 0..1. c...ty. Hundred Dollars $2.600.) maturing In My commission expires" Jsny. valuable fort
'The ceding to colts
.... .: : will ..t 00"lUuotrated STATUTORY ACTION Ten Years.. 40-4t 10th Ill?. fertilizer for oats but so little barn-
reboo.I"e bOOld1fi Five Bond. for Five Thousand. Dollars
Tbe PetlUenf other growing A grain
is saved the
... '&11 IDCb. yard manure on average stk
't-I .. more p.. .h '
: :& ADOPTION OK CHILD (.000.00) maturing respectively. - at. .0 D"
. ".r- } 'Vtayat. a.r ?. Ra.t.... ..La........ eleven twelve thirteen fourteen IR COURT or COUNTY JUDGE.STATn cotton farm that It,can be used more ration of half oats half corn

t sSS-ftSJn-tfeaT I'a1m n-A4_t<.> .1 Kfcrt amatkvsw Kransk A fifteen y ars.Interest or FLORIDA I makes an excellent feed for work -.
r a rei. it ...TOlir& Ne l.* .f A..*.lau on* said bonds to be at the OSCEOLA COUNTY profitably on other crops.VarietIes. .
1:11: Te All W*.** It Hay c.a_... rate of six per cent. payable seml-an- stock and is much hotter than a grain
:t '"' ./ <&a.Ms@ iqs s Be It known tbat on the J4th day of Dually. I. I'. Kvtat .f Brvrlm H. BrMsri
% .,. VsJrfi II o-r11 also September A. D. 1(11. I shall apply to Bald bonds will not be sold for less Notice I. hereby frlren, to all whomIt The red rust-proof or related varieties ration of corn alone. Oat hay is equal
y K. e 'Sa'-.. the Honorable Jamas W. Perkins.Judge than par. i j may concern that on the 10th day In feeding value to th* timothy .
a1 , y&IbI. .. I1fermat0m for of the Circuit Court for theventh A certified check for Five Hundred of February. A. D. UUt l shall applyto such us the Appler, Culberson\ bel .

". ... IAsut&. tourist.- bom.aeekr. "' Judicial Circuit of the State of Dollar. (ffOO.OO payable to the Treasurer -I Bald the Honorable Court<< Ju4ae T. M. of Probate. Judgeof for. or Bancroft, constitute the best general hay.
'-' farm and townap.ople.yVtth riorlda. for the legalisation of the of the City of Klsslmmee, FlorIda..hall i as ..
M _nt. In my Anal disc ha rare as Administratorof oats for this cotton belt. U. SAVELY, {
order Adoption of.Robert Mathew Evans aclaU. accompany each bid. I purpose E
the estate of Erwin H. Bridges deceased '
,[..:'. 01.. coin for .a h eopr on 4Mlr Ursr.4. .. new reeldlair. In Kleelmmee Cltr.taoeola The right I. reserved to reject anyoraliblda.fl : and at the same time I will Th Virginia Gray or Winter Turf Agriculturist a Weld Agnst.:4:

.' ..o 'ra'arTr .00u.t7'r. Florida. present to said Court noy Seal ._u.t. .
': K.: ..I..a"....... Dated tbU attb. dill *f ,&.gvat. A. D. bide to the Council ofCity .. AdralnUtrator of said ostate. and ask Oats is perhaps bet,," suited to the Approved: : /'
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rpceiingsupf:r : theCounty CITRUS: SEMINAR TO i DO :yOU, ,WANT(A':NICEUfTLEONETOiOVE: ,eUas:(Candidate.;;..l1ele.. -.Wood.;thatt,liU,of',.Peruna"r".1"1". JoO tt .i.

: ' CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR I Jng'advertisement: ,. which. ,1 any. ", '

BE HELD OCTOBER 5-8 ( ? the papers? ''haveprinted'free': ; 'b '.4<0 ,

-. . \. charge,.la' news matte f*, He'tellsReporterStar 1\ ? ;
{ Commissioners .At th' conference of the' Southern I q ,: : : ; upoli'IretussI'ofthis, ,,I ci;

BIG'PALL1'MEETING' OF CITRUS States; ,I workers, held d1'ringt.tb'; ; CHILDREN'SIIOMlq. I SOCIRTK.HAS papety:; to .print'',H except ,*t advertising '1.

.p,- '- (' 'GROWERS, WILL GATHER AT WQ'rtde convention' In Chicago.In Julya ;::X: NU5IBJUI OF BABIES, AND rates,. that' the th..."'pape":kr. fj '

'The 'Board,of'' Qow ty' Commissioners .. paid. 'Sheriff's feedlbill l' .f'prisoners : GAINESVILLE FOR' SI$TB,''AN splendid.eCof standardswasvadopted. 'them.Tltei"are OLDER' CHILDREN. ;'TOO WHO glad'to get It.; .l1.'mebbe' 'IO;' mebbe : -. a"
le'ten'of .
NUAL : .,. There 'are WOULD LIKH TO FIND HOME .sol '
; and SESSION-INTERESTING : put the Repor er.-Sta..1a1Ul '
approved .
i, ,in and for)Osceola county, 'Flor- was ordered paid. 10.
;Jda. met" fnregular,' session'ion; :Mondayj -i T/he/ Clerk was. Instructed to'draw DISCUSSIONS.... .TO BE;.HEARD.. : WITH 08CKOIA OOUNTY. FOUC. neyer7.t;, -beensd hard'put .to,It:as "
': ; J. '-The Efficiency Campaign adopted I J thkt "fill up.-Orlando. Reporter '
to -
Sept 6, thera being present a'' a warrant in favor of the State Bank '-4110 ''III ;
and at least 20. per cent. of De you want* pretty little child;;
II : ur- ,
.full ;board., ofKisslminee in the sum ot 3000.00 From Oet tu' 5 to 8'.fncluslie. the ...1" <1 IL ", .
the active member. of the Society or an Interesting older one In
last your ,. ,
The minutes of the regular as a loan to the road fund, also war- citrus growers'of the state will gatherat "Christian Endeaver Experts." hornet = - --- .c-: -- ----:, \

meeting of the board were read and rant for 126.67 interest on loan war- the University of Florida 'Gainesville i'.1 " .
Wouldn't you like to have a nice
2. An average of 60 active'member -I
rant also for State Bank in *
approved. warrant
; for the sixth annual session of little Deschner
the Missionary/ Yellow to love? Theodore
given to
.Sealed bids on tractor engines were the sum of ,2000.00 at a loan to the the Citrus Seminar. Here' they will If you would, the Children' Home. ; ,

opened and read In open board, Mr. C.Bunell General Revenue fund, and warrant discuss and hear discussed Boards of your church. GUNSMITH) '} 6Car.
subjects 3. An average of 60 per cent of Society, of Jacksonville, 'Florida'sgreatest
A '\ agent for the Heider Tractor for 86.67 interest on loan warrantto pertaining to the growing and maret- th..actb-e members of your society charity," will send you one. flth and Fkwlaa Avenue '

f' :Mfg. Co., and Mr. Lee 1*. Terry, agent G R. ing of better fruit .. the mid-week prayermeet- Marcus Face state superintendent, ST. CLOUD FLORIDA, .

y [(or'the International Harvester Co., By motion duly carried, the follow The keynote of this meeting will be attending of church. writes as follows: i Yfi.ILaaWNNwWY

'.;.:being,; present.! There being' no levy ing; resolution was adopted: diseases and pests of citrus 'trees. Ing 4. An your annual contribution to the Mr. E. E. Naugle; Editor Klsslmmee I -

", made' for the purchase of 'i tractor, Whereas the Board of County Commissioners wM.Nlaaa'
With citrus canker as a bugbear, Jbe State C. E. Union and an annual Valley Gazette, Klssimmee. Flor '
: motion of R. V. Lanier, seconded has now contracted for
,'tJpon increased virulence of citrus scab the ida.
< report the State C. E. Union.
tby A. F. Bass, and carried, all bids building a brick highway from Orange
} rapid spread of the cottony cushion 6. A Junior or Intermediate society Dear. Mr.Naugle: I appreciate the .' .
I .rejected. county line to the city limits of Kis- Crackers build blood'and .
scale the cull and
.were heap, the maintained in your church. little squibs every now and then that .
-The board Instructed the clerk to simmee, and whereas, there is not muscle, bone and.tendon,
strict quarantines being established by
s 6. Add one new member for every you run calling the attention of the '
'draw the following warrants: Mrs. money on hand to complete this highway the Plant Board, .he citrus grower four present members, of your society. people' of your community to our vigor brain and nerye.Jax .

Fred McLaughlin, care of Rhymes ba- and whereas the tax levy for this has awakened to the fact that easy work, and assure you that we are r

by for two months, $1'1.53; Mrs. R. A. year has already been made and sufficient methods' of laislag citrus fruits Is a 7. At least two copies of the Christian glad to have 'your continued interestand Biscuits : : '

y Geisey, nurse of :M. E. Lossy, $8.50; funds will be available when thing of- the past Ho must now be Endeavor World and five copiesof help in our work.

ZJW.; Thompson coffin for Co. pauper, taxes are due to pay for this work, up and doing. He must! know how to the Dixie Endevorer subscribed I would be glad If you would makean Average over 1,800 unit

\ $6.00; B. M. McClelland, maintenance and whereas the Citizens Bank of Kis- recognize and distinguish the differ- for by members of ,the society. appeal for homes for some of our food value per pound ., I

\j f 10.00; R. H. Ludlam, surveying for simmee has signified its willingness to ent disease's' and pests. He must A most unlgue dart has been prepared children. We have quite a house full porterhouse steak} 1100.

county on Orlando road?: $15.00; S. L. loan the county sufficient money to know how to prevent and control giving an excellent way of at present ranging in age from six

Eubanks, coffin for county pauper, complete this road; them. This means\! increased oxpendi- keeping the record and arousing society months to fourteen years. We have JackmnlU Cracker WarkajKsais, fla,

.$4.00; Mrs. Jane Clements, maintenance Be it resolved that we hereby acceptthe ture for the production of his fruit, Interest In the 'matter. two or three older girls about

$5.00; R. L. Evans, repairs on offer of the Citizens Bank of Kis- but- It does not mean loss. It means You should have one of these eighteen years of age that wllj be ---- --- a i

county bridge, $$5.00; j.' E Johnston, simmee and the clerk be instructed to that if he does his work well, ho will charts on the walls of your Christian with us soon, that we desire good

surveying on Orlando road, 4600. draw loan warrant to the extent of have more first-grade fruit. The increased Endeavor prayer-meeting room. homes tor. We are especially anxiousto 1
Mr. Rr H. Ludlam presented a resolution Thirty Thousand Dollars (20000.00) returns from this increased You can get one for fifteen cents by find homes for some of our boys. MR. INVESTORBuy

to the board asking them to appoint payable as follows: 5000.00 Decem- amount of tint grade fruit will cover ordering It from L. E. Brubaker, We' have two boys seven years of age, properties now while prices.

him as engineer to complete the ber lat, 1816; 5000.00 February 1st, the expenditure, and give a rate of Ensley, Alabama. You need one of two at eight two at nine, one at are at their _lowest .
Lots $5 cash and $6 month
'. three miles of brick road, which resolution 1916; 6000.00 March 1st, 1916; $15- interest on the investment that on a these Dixie C. E. Standards of Excellence eleven one ?.t thirteen and one at S and 10 acre tracts $10 per cash and .t i

was passed to the afternoon 000.00 June let, 1916, and interest larger scale would make him wealthyin charts Order it at once. fourteen. Any of these children $6 per month.A i

;session. warrant for 900.00 on loan. a short time. Please report to Southern' States would do well in country homes, andI 5-room plastered house, lot 60x: ;' ,7 t

Mr. C. F. Tison appeared before the The matter of adopting resolution During the past season, the differ- Secretary, Karl Lehmann, at Ensley hope that some of the good peoplein 160 ft, deep well. Small cashpay' t-

.Aboard and stated that his auto went appointing Mr. R. II. Ludlam special ence in returns from first-grade fruit Alabama telling him how many of your community will be willing to ment, balance like rent ft' t
A 6-room bungalow, lot 100x140 ,, :'
.through one of the county bridges that Highway Engineer was taken up, and and second-grade fruit was the difference the above seven standards you have help us provide homes for them. deep well. Price and terms right. .

'wag in bad condition, and damaged it after some discussion by the board the between profit and loss. Thereare already attained. Thanking you again, with every '

.I to the amount of $35.00, and asked following resolution wits adopted: even 'people who think that the The above Information is from the good wish, I am,

tt-y them to pay him said amount as dam- Resolved that it I is the sense of the grower will never again obtain the first Issue of that splendid new publication Very sincerely yours, MRS. MARY SUMMERS, Owner. ;

: b''ages; upon motion of A. F. Bass, sec"onded board that the services of a county high prices tor his fruits that he has "The Dixie Endeavorer", MARCUS C. FAGG. Also 608 Penfteld City Properties St., S. ,Klssimmee Farms sand, t d

::'i r'J' by Young Tindall, and carried, engineer are not at this time required, obtained in the past. Also, under the when Bending 'for one ot the stand ( --- Timber Lands for sale and e

1r\ 'th.matter was carried over to the af- and for that reason appointment old method of letting the diseases and ard charts, enclose 26cts., for years'lIubst"rlption Oome to Klssimmee and grow ;
to Southern C. E., healthy wealthy and wise. Everybody -
",ternoon session. of any engineer, who may have hereto- pests take care of themselves, his first our
paper, of which Mr. Behman Is editor Invited to visit our little city
1'h.: board took a recess until 2 p. been appointed, be revoked.Be grade fruit will decrease in amount, .

br t it further resolved, that the and probably also the total production. Rev. Drubaker Is business manager; '

: 'a' ,'" can do so be sure to !give five or more UGH CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK f fDON'T
z v"as' of the morning: session. thorized, should he decide that the conclusion can be drawn that the subscribers, and then the cost Is but "I': .

'1"1-'committee from Orange county services of any engineer are needed grove may in time prove a losing in-
twenty cents for each In club. Start cbana'd:
i ,,:flslsting\ of Messrs. J. Hugh Reese, before the next regular meeting of vestment.On
from I Ills first issue just out asking STAY BILIOUS ; ;
'i ": ''Sadler! C. E. Howard and Ar- this board, to employ such engineer the other hand, by controllingthe that the September number be sent ;

Thor Donegan and H. Clay Stanford as he may deem competent, the em- diseases and pests in his own ;fI
lea; to you. It contains a list of aM o! k
before the of whom is to be submittedto ,
1'f. Klssimmee, appeared ployment grove, co-operating with his neighborsto
the state and district 'Officers In tht "Dodsoa's Liver Tom" Will Class Your Your druggist or dealer sells f
'., the interest of the Mid-Win- the board at their next meeting for prevent their introduction into the 60 cent bottle of Dodson's Lt" F
South and- much else which will nut
'' tt Orlando, and after hearing ratification. community and by employing the best be repeated In the paper s6on. Sluggish Uver Better Than Calomel' under my personalguarantee r

M ," .f.f'.speeches from each of the Several communications were readin grove practices, the total productionof The first four subscribers were and Caa Not Salivate. will clean your sluggish liver ;

> the board after having disl board, and same filed with the fruit will be increased, the (cost of nasty calomel-; won't naka; ;
open b
from Florida received
Tampa, > Calomel makes sick lose and you can eat anything .
) a you ,
you I you\ ct
Spa l advisability) of making alilpon proceedings of the "board. production will be lowered, and a safe Mr. Lphman.'f to Iiavo without : e y
ought I day's work. Calomel in quicksilver and being salivated, ,Your'diguarantees *tv
mot.on of Young Tin- The following bills were examined, ma i fin of profit will be maintained.The a hundred more responses for U salivates; calomel Injures your liver.If ,that ea h spoonful wll '-rlnC. '{"f'-'<, v'> '

dod by A. F. Bacs and car- approved.and ordered paid: Citrus Seminar was established subscribers, and a number of orders you are bilious; feel lacy, sluggish ;your liver, clean your bow':' I',
ed'/ donate 600.00 for ; and all knocked out, if your bowel..are straighten mornini e'get.
% in 1910 by the Florida Agricultural ,101&p by,
.e JE.. Bass Janitor, __________f 60.00 for Standard charts during the monthof constipated and your bead.ehe.. or !
. Osceola county. John Davis, supt. poor ftvrm__ SO.UO Experiment Station for the purposeof September. stomach is sour, just take a spoonful of your money back.Clliltake : {
F. D. Aegnt and 1', M. MurphY, judge Juv.' ct.____ li.60 1Tone,' Dodson's'. Liver 'Tone feecal
'enablingthe obtafh: harmless Dodsons Liver ,instead
\' ::, r. M. Murphy, judge Co. Ct ? 126.00 grower to at Grace A. Townsond ]
1 ,. county agent for U H. Ing-ram, car Jail.,,,.___. ft.60 first hand in the laboratory information of using sickening, salivating calomel. pleasanttasting 'and doesn't' grit e
John H. Cadel, Co. aUY' -".....,. SO.S4 ,, Interlachen, Sept. 13, 1918. Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver, medicine cramp'or ,make them sick.' .
tub of Osceolarge Frank Brans, maintenance .-? aS'1J. .and instruction 'concerning ds[ ' 'millions of bottles M
aii H. Owens, 10.00: ,, < You'll know it. next morning be. selling
4, ... of the ex- .nmuel Montadoca. maintenance 6.00. eases and pests and concerning' the IT 'I IS SIX YEARS'OLD cause you' will wake up 'feeling'' fine, Dodson's Liver Ton. to people who have ."
1, lira Ada Lewis, maintenance __ 6.00 [ liver will be working headache found tills liver'
your .that
o' Y''w fc*' Mr. L,",acy, John., maintenance 6.00 best methods for caring for the grove. your pleasant, Vegetable, r"
fttf of St Cloud, ap- R. U Farmer sal. Capt guard. 10<> 00 This meeting is held annually at the find dizziness gone, your stomach medicine takes the place .of dangerous, a ..1
U.V.. Aabton. aal. mjfr. roadgrading will be sweet and bowels regular. You calomel Buy bottle sound l t'
one ,
board and stated 7600 of* Florida But Mr. BaSH "Fiats It's .;Just" Good on my
; University Gainesville.The will feel like-working. You'll be cheer'full
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; : reliable Aat
guarantee. t
clerk I i.j __ 69.0rJohn your druggist 0'
J. L Ovrratreet.
4 W ring for an aged l>avlB. cart of Co. paupers > interest and attendance have increased Tod.ayas When It Was i full of energy, vigor and ambition. about me. '

W r. .;. ,' $12.00 per month and cur fare of pauper _.__ 37. 0'' steadily from'the first The First Made. I tay
'\ C K. Thraaher. two venta on
;", r'' )> : them to allow him court' house root and 1 aq. tin 38 78 meeting begins this year at 9:00: in 6
Rauleraon, wit. 1 00
Jfor her support, whereup- Noah Fred M. Bass wit. pros proaatty Rtt)'. -- 1.00( the morning of Tuesday, October 6, Over six years ago Mr. Bass testified
"the board appointed Commissioner U H. InKl-nm. feed prlanra. AUK. 102 00 to complete relief from kidney >
s i and continues until the evening of
M. H. C'araun. game warden n__ 41 6ft' Summer Excursion Rates :

da--F; :Bass to investigate the matter C. for L. county Bandy coma. & frt__ _paid__ 3.88 I October 8. The railroads have granted 1118- e '" SI* (' - '
,..fktu{,eport to the board at the next R 1- Btarllna repairs on court educed rules effective on October Now he says there hp.s- f
yard closet _. ___ __ 846 -*e. remalne '
.M&egular meeting. S. I I. I.upfHr. coma.n Co. Treaa nn__ 8.80 4, 6 and 6, with a return limit of the slightest retur-vxf* added adve rgrea.t 31.50 $33.00 $37.75 $4150 ,
vV for certain improvements T. M Murphy, cost In Levy I'rea- Klssimmee ,* was Louisville Cincinnati St LouisSIM '
| ,A petition cott case 1.93 starting to October 9. Th ore plan- ale, etc. In the sum 0 ; x s t .
W+?<))" the Vifublic roads in the Homestead 1.. H. Ina-ram-----------e--------- ning to attend should write to the Experiment deal" total of ...... ad. rwt... Saw fstani ad. iaiiaM M fro "
board cott caw _____-_-_ 8.50 statement1' made a Low to all other.-u. Great Lakes, Canada.. Rocky Mountains Yellowstone, 7 _
5'to n Jnity was read in. open Kiss. W L, plant llxhta Aug. 1 3Klaa. Station, Gainesville for information rates
ten c
? than
. Is less per
which California For Information addressH. ...,
consideration. Tel. Co.. rent for AUK. -- 6,00 R<* Salt Lake. Expositions, etc.
.ncJ.'p..ed[ for further J. Lt Ovemtreet. drawing andrecording and instructions concerningthe total amount of taxes asses C. EKETNET; FUrtis PssisM Ag a,i..... .... NaaWifti laifcMa, / "' 't

.'\'-tevf S.. W. Lawler appeared before T. M. Murphy deeds cost for In case Co. road.of J. 34.D6 I meeting. ztnc was In the neighborhood of I 1M Wait Bay SInaI. (Baa Pbes* 151)). Jr .as.I le FlsriJa ti, "

I fth'i board,and stated that there was a B. Neal __nn__<___ n<___ J.OO Fee
'!ram" coat In case" of J. POIHON8 j.UT-nj-u- rj-rnrrrrju-u--r-r--i uTrun.Jnrby
,amilyby i the name of Tilden in KIIi. L.B'i.rJ __ ._ 41.80 ---- ..
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-i. meo' was In need of help, H.. .H. Hull work on Co. bridge 10.26P. Retained in the body cause rheumatism e Senator A C A. CARSON. President N. C BRYAN. Secretary. 1't .....
; : E. Trudell auppllea to Co.
scrofulous sores, ulcers, and
motion made and
6n a cared 18.80J. ,
"bereu.pon, -- ----------
;laot: : iru i.-t o Co. roagang c pimples. "Number 40 for the blood."
i 'fI ;\tbh) erk: was instructed to drawct2t ________<__.-. ___n___,. 18.78 The Waters & Carsontt
:wsrr.nt payable to Mrs., Julia Bass So.road Fla.gang A Oulf R. R. Co. sup_ to 1>I.H expels poisons from- the body w' i
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blood diseases. Sold onl
: the said amount to be disiribut W. B. Maklnaon, supplies to road cures .
\foJ-I20.DQ: gang n__,. ______ >d byMrs.. Bass to the familyVpeedsd. Hart Lumber << 6.00
Oaoeola Hardware Co., supplies '
to road gang __ ____nhn_ 87.80J. Grocery CompanyWholesale
,;:,Upoa motion of A. F. Bass, aecondErV Z. Roberaon, druKS to pranra. .60 Will Lee, maintenance _____ ..... ;cc.
F. H. Lawson. shoea, roan gang 1.60 Stat. Bank of Klaalmmee. ,.'JI1''f""
; Lanier and carried, Mr. Henry McKntsTht. barbering for lean to Oen. Rev. FundState __ t
convicts 6.00 ..
Bank or' Klaalmmeetereat '
Jobs \Da.Ci'was Instructed: toet H. C. Stanf------------------ loan __ (0 2't eP
enough to farm _____< n__<___ ______ __ 1.80 State Bank on of Klsalmroee, i t and Retail Dealers inO ; 7 \
doors and material
:'acJ'MD H. C. Stanford sup. road gang 14.6 to road fund _.A.
/gibes nh. house at the poor farm. H. H. Hull supplies to road gang 7.00 Stat. Bank of Klaalmmee.. U
Covlna-ton Co., convict strlpea __ 31.(1 eat. on loan warrant ----1 e GROCERIES '
/j4The'matter'of; 'of paying: C. F. Tisori W C Oro. Co., sup. road gang 3 Cltlsens Bank of Klaslmmej "
May Lumber Co.. lumber ______ ".12. loan to hardsurface R. fCltlaens l 7 ._
damages on'his auto was ags n,taken Oaceola Hdw. Co. sup. to jail __ 7.16 Bank of Klealmmr

I iiBj>vand on' motion\made and d'Jy: seo- Osceola Hdw. -Co.._,__broom____ .CourtHouse .____ .20 loan to Bank hardaurface of Klaalmm"R. 11Cltlsens ) -.

,.. nded and'carried, the board refused G. W. A.hton. mule feed ____<_ 1.40 loan to hardsurface R. f .'
: ,
ry'o W C Oo. Co., horee feed R E. Cltlsens Bank Klaalmml L t
W allow' any damages.t'i'ilMr'Joe Evans ___.___ ._ 8.08 loan to hardaurface By . eee eeeee co e e e '
Alex. Hayes, rep..Co.bridge..__ 1.00. Cltlsens Bank of Klaslmn- .
Johnston presented a profile J. C. Urlffln rep. Co. wagon __ If.n interest on loanwarrantj lie > '
f{3 jit the:Otlando public road, which was Austin Bro.. toola road KanKIB.60 Paid warrant. were or 4 WE SELL: WE BUYs
Klsa. Valley Oasette. ptg. 14.16 led from the various tun >
ordered filed.i" W. H. Walker work on county General Revenue ._.__....]
, ; roads _______ __ ________ 18.60 Road Fund ___. ... _...! l'1 e BA Y. : .....
: 'Mr E.>E... Naugle appeared before K R. Farmer, board road gang 17.00B. Fin. & Forfeiture- -______,. HIDES' ., e Jj'r.
stated that It the B. Kvana, agricultural agent 100.00 "The Treasurer's' ReporL O GRAIN. .,
and was
jithe board :
J. W. Miller hire B.
buggy to B. following balances. In tee '
'J".4 .
Evans ... e FURS ,\ t,
:fl{ >uxlme; to ,begin to send out ad- A. B. Vance:r.c r tbo! lUg Sept.General. let Revenue 1115: _.____ u- O FEBTILIZERSSHINGLES < < ',,0 t

\>0 .matter: for the county, and Oaceola Hdw. Co., culverts 6.ClO Fine Forfeiture .... WOOL l ,
Floyd Tlson, delivering. state School Fund __ _
the boM'ta subscribe for the ?- ? ? .
prisoner to hospital ____ ___ 11.80 4 i '
matter passed U P. LJnton, guard ____________ 16.00 :::C1aF'Wu\IT Fund tvnult- e AND : r 1 ;
??/ Gasette J... 'WoodalL guard __?________ 16.00 s.; a D. NO. i ORANGE BOXES 4 .
\Bond of Oi:'>.%Ton with R. I,. FarJsrand Jo(. C Ollberi guard _?._____. 16.00 8. 8. D. No. ----.__,_-_ f wl I : t a
a M. Rogers 'guard ____________ 36.00 a a pi NO. i "II"a' : .. ,. sum ALL 6" ,
,! 'j; J.:W."MIl1et as sureties was Mr. Jan Clements, malnt. .... 4.CC a p. NO. 4 ,..__...._- Nr,41f I'I'r'' and ORANGE WRAPS *
, ,I rsd rNotar7'1Jo d Mrs. R. A. Qleay, nursing M. I* a a 5. NO. i ,_ ._."._ a, COUNTBT \
;f examined and appro .;, Jot: !.10 a a IX,NO. t _..T,._._ ,
y aaffiey7olinaoi4'itriilns Co th VE GETABL$ CRATES ( .
B.. C. Mfller andr.JE ,
of c. :I* Bandy, ;with . "road __.__ /Lee 'tf
G ; 'Lnpfsr as sureties.was'examlnI J. TVon7pson7TeVfn"ir."Cor pau- The' Tax Collector's; i y& $ *
; .: _.._" ...__ __. ... showed the .led O CRATE HAILS .i flr
"' following- .
. I:V lid nd'.pprWedl;''also notary bond of "r.. irea &oLangklla, Own ef t, > Oeneral License |....0l&On rv >. . . .-v: t ?,1aak ,
lii' Kribbs S.JBnllockas'sureties -,, Rhymes baby ._-...._ ._...... 17."> \. slag 4> 4> > 4> > 4> .
r J:StoaoVwltli'p.'P. and 0. E.McCl.lland.'malatenanca ... ,10... Tax Colleeto'epl : ,
; and M. Rlgglnasupplies .* to. ,Coroad oed the thawing. R .t rw tit
. .l1 ; notary .. , .am.. a seeds of eU
gang -- -i .SO.lf ) ',' r < Was 4&e prd.e hvdae'y
', 'n4'of lAe'nrr IJwltJa W:.B.C2ilw.. HL H "':. ;:;.i"Co. '. ': a X* Rubanka, eoffln Co. isanoer Los tor. tM.ltoard to be dis : v,3A: :: Wi gin attentioglafitLag OlinbmrhepudClmpt pd S$ j w i r e '
'and J.-"Z.Eoberson as 'sureties.; V, _.Julia Base,,supplies to_$f. 4.! .' adJo.raed.t.e..r-. ."t'hular ,1. slat' "WJ.. 14htaipsi+ ?boa. No.
ti J Frs. d.G La !'iaits. 1,1.
den family _.,, aaL ,,, aty '
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: y-40.00 .., Oetobtf 4tb.AtteetJ1 .
case-'of.'State'TTS. M.
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b l'in ; yapproved n* I... 1I.n.: r... C ..; orlda e *--? sale ** 'r'1. +' ,1 'I'' Dau. t t W. ar. asalb for g4lod tfuY .toe, Aaltiu'fatt ._ :D
P. ; ani1\"ordered J. U Ove T.tre.tamt. paid to r -, )i> *- \ ", .. t ,. .
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II" STRANGELY' ALLIED;, .ARE: :: PRENTIS :GETS; NOTE :\, ''' \..tJ:' ,'." I 'I at.R'the RBHT..hml.h Ou"tte otlce.,i'. '... ;"'1

.. j\; .. I' :, : h 'Wa t"AJS: 1. '
>COUPLES : : FOR"SALiIJ..Ok. :ic i WGt.l: : !ii
;.PAYI ; FROM FU.. SOCIETY .ISO-acre,Improved' farm all In

'H' .--. -.. .. repair- and one''60-acre.. ',farm,< Uw.,
B pH ajani )1 i iitwHi'pvot fCPID WHOSE' ;proved will''exchange for'propertr*
many Tls-' ,.W. MAN- . , 'CLEVKn. eer i ry"PreDU", of.tba Board'ofTrade STRAWBERRY. PLAHT$.-Send I&SOfor ,In'Ticinltyof'Klsslmmee or will sen. Wf

;,' i t4 / tournament 'HUSBAND, .MAKES : FEMININK 'sends the .following" : ,.letter,*tthe'Valley Peach 1 000." Cabbage plant at $10. Jacob Huffman, Hi ward JUdge.l Mi.-..

ACQUAINTANCES. ASIC '"WHAT atette: I: ,'plum and cherry trees souri. 'r 'St ,,
EriuC.Club: "heldthemembers :, '_ f ,, at 10 to 15 cent each. John Light' i .. ; ; tP'\
DOES MB SEE IN HERT" Editor 'Valley Oacette, Klsslmmee, foot 'E. 48-tf .
enr. > .. Chat1"ann. .
: J VOR SALE-Lot x>f second-hand fur*
..OOD. la a friendly rlya'rlous I nlture-beds, Springs,. 'drevisrsjchairs
I !
prises offered.;). Pear Sir A movement Is on: foot FOR" SALE Two boat'one ;;83xid stoves,.'etc.) '.See J.'E.'Ru j.

"'three fit addedeventsthei .Everywhere 'one goes, whether in In .New York' City with the object oft 18H&"P.< T.' M.'en..ID..on..181 .- ., oV-U,

following. England France, America or China forming society: which would bavo foot long' 4 lL.P. engine, will sell 1 II

eeore.eIIcor ': Ii matters not, one runs against these for 1J purpose the closer affiliation cheap; also one pair large mule*. I FOR'SALE-SmsOl. iron'safe','"at ,
of each event '
being '
H. w.-Tburmau. 22-tt f:1': baleUe: rn< ... 1
oettfanntl; apparently mismated couples and of quondam resident of Florida, and J j -

; :';, :'t, .'n. 21:, JOSO wonders how on earth they ever c.t; mototake'each Mr. Lewis Lande has been appointed FOR RENT-Six room modem cot WILL. TRADE doi.-lQ"lot. for' horse'

;.".....->r.'""j"' t.'i'" .21. 14. other for better or for temporary chalrm .. A farther' par- tage, close In; $12per monthi E.E. .: and wagon or auUmobile; and jrire

yf, j 11 IS worse-chiefly worse! says Ellen pose of this body would be thedl "-S-O-M.E, Doulthnutt.. Wells, Real Estate and Inu"'I'' or take difference.. Box, '24T.'Clt8 ,-.'
4 ,
1It Adalr In button of information and literature ance. 104' Posslel Are. (The -
toa' Philadelphia Evening .
; b.'r 11 17S -"Any time you want .... .:..

a } 'r,. U" It $' Ledger.Olever. pertaining to Florida, thus assisting goodies t Calumet Baking FOR SALE Four-room '
FOR SALE OR TRADE horse cottage cl4.
'" 'J''! for and e
'' ' : do to have ode In tb development of our state Powdtrl My mother __ i it-
;\, :'f "; )Y'U 31 ssso men seem an lot, 'attractive 'AtAbargain.
..1' .. she' tried all other*-he's wagon, one 2 cy. Bulck ,ln good In..larce very ..
"r,:, .. ; )k." rm.r..',;.... ...... :.;..-"..'. ,. ,11, 18 preference for stupid women; there ial I have just received a letter from II learned* her lewon-now ,he condition good tires; must sell -or Small cash payment down

.- ...'VIiI. ay.. .... ,"...... ." .,.!, /.11 12 14 no getting away from that fact; not Mr. Landes in which he states that Sticks 4o Calumet. trade at ones. A. U. Jones. 1>. O. or- would take rood lot as part py-: ;
he would appreciate co-operation of Box 221 Klsslmmee. 7U ment, balance Uk rent. Owner, :Box..247 .-, '
../ .: "u.t"o'; n.lo events. were as fol8afq.Lnpteri.'vyH all clever men, of course, but quite Unequalled for making .
I "" "' local to the extent of Inserting tender wholesome, light bokInga. . City. a5-U, ,
'''''i\i 10"'f.n' a number of them. And it does seem paper! .. ...... 1 n...
Wonderful leavening ; i. .
; ,. }" .< Cal o" ::.ii\ 18 is. Inexplicable For the women whom the following: and railing 1 qualities uniform WANTED-Sewing and dressmaking.. FOR SALE-Cheap, one v mare, _. ..r",

; .: ." ..J U" '..'.. ;'.1'j\ ';17 13 they marry not only are without "It would be respectfully appreciated ...u1t.. Mother says Calumet Work guaranteed. Mrs. G. W. anteed sound and quiet; also one

'f. if the readers of this notice Itttbe -xat18 btar--- Breckenridge, 312 Aderholt street. colt, four months old; one bay hOl"lef.; .
.(r ,. >JB.1EtHale7'} ; ( ; ; : a out brains, but very frequently quite devoid _kallO u*. Try UIUoivd .-. 39-2tp *
and harness
would send us the names and wagon ; one cow, tuberculosls -
; -f" W."II..klo.o ; 11l' of looks KUl-rt Awwd .
: *
F.;'" also. One can readily
/ '..' -'.-. '. 1w: ;...' t.: of their friends and relatives ,,_ c.I h' __ tested. Apply Dr. A. F. Rich--1';
.. ..8ea .
.. .. ,. ._. .. .. 1 a 14 NURSERY TREES Valencies Parson1
understand clever
l' /;, r t. '". . U, .' a man being attracted ... /",. c- mond, V. S., Kissimmee. 38-St.
,... <. ...ObJa '...t .",.. 10 out by the charms, however shallow who formerly -lived in Florida and Drowns and Tangerines. Rough ,

rli\' 1.1 -;, :t:, ...JoBhILP D.. ., 10 of a pretty face for all men are, rfow reside in New York. Kindly I Lemon, Sour and Grapefruit stock DWELLINGS Tiller. for rent apply to M.;

.t" ..,... :' ; .. 17. out human, and beauty, as Shakespeare send said information to Captain from Baesenger Hammock Nursery

; ... .2IJ'Ma1J.IDaoDit 44 20 Lewis Landls, 299 Broadway New for sale cheap by Hoary W.
) ; p. informs us, draws us by a single hair
'.. t'Y' D.r)!; 10 10 But why clever men should incline York City, chairman\" pro-tern to he Sin'th, Wauchula, 1-1 a., Route 2 to learn-to play young clarinet men in or babeL boy

.. '* .. ':Th. two.$6.00; events were as fol- to marry' the brainless and homely Florida Society. 40SmoFOH Free use of instruments. See J. D.Woodbeck' .

;>to : 4"1 ., !' w.t1. 11, Very truly yours, : ,
type of woman seems a mystery.
T omu, 4 J. W. PRENTIS,
.. out
. ..' "Homely, stupid women are so rest SALE-Just one 20 acre tract FOR SAT7E Forty-six pullets i"njl

.(\ .n a' , .\. f'H.' 14 IS ful!" declared a business man in discussing Secretary Kisslmniee unimproved land near Klsslmmoe. seven roosters, all about eight
.Jeffords jo9 .. ,., . }< itJfcOardner Board of Trade.
< this very point, recently Will sacrifice for cash, or payments months old, healthy and good condition
; t.- ,
\ i . 11 ISMrtv.TJvlnciton.
"When a man comes home tired at to respo 'slble buyer. R. : also two incubators, plow

. \li *.", ({. u out IS night after a hard day's work, he FLORIDA EXPORTS 1' Barnes, Darby Pa. 40-4t-pd and other farm Implements. See

.. doesn't want to have to listen to some Rev. W. II. Ball, or address
.ORLANDO MAN' ,BUYS learned dissertation on Bernard FOR THE PAST MONTH i 322, KiSdlminee. Fla

Shaw's latest essay or the philosophy I EXIT CALOMEL !*

:'14ETGENERAl! STORE 'Of some Russian savant. He wants ARE OVER 2 MILLION FOH SALE.. Motor boat "Ona".,;"

feAL peace--and the average stupid woman -- Completely equipped. See or write '
> \ - will give him peace. Exports and imports from the District W. W. Saunders '316 Mabbett* St. VKOTICH

. ''The-Orlando.: Reporter-Star saysr "In addition to this" he continuedif of Klorula during the month of No More Nasty, Disagree
.: .nlounCemelit was, made today of "/ she is homely, then he need I shfcwn .
'J' m-wr j August, as by the figures prepared I able Effects < Klaial Dlaebars*}
ro l alV: nYoblnc'approximately I> Co.r' of J dBe.Stsita fKlorlda.
;: < . be worried with jealous fears noi by the Collector of Customs at .> _',> s>

'twelve thousand dollars in, which DrN. spend his office hours in wondering. I headquarters for the district at In re estate of John Plarce. Ososola \
i .: ; of Orlando Is of 1.1\'-\' F.n-I.\X is now rapidly taking countj" ,vNotice
7U., ryan: one what particular cavallicr is Is 4o'-sll
dancing attendance I Tampa reached the total of a ]little the of calomel hereby irlven. whom.,
place It is
the,Interested parties.. everywhere. It may concern that on the.SOth .ajr
I' "*, on her now. I would not more than two and a half million just as etfeitive, cleansing the system of NovemlMT.. A. D. 1 UIL1 Shall applriito ,
.. Bt the,deal Dr. Bryan becomes the the Honorable T. M. MuiphyJudce.
. marry a pretty woman for worlds doll sra. thoroughly of bile, toning up the liver '
of BAld court aa Judo/e of Probate, formy
Downer::, 'of W. O. Sphaler &:; Sons's because other and making that sluggist disappear
feeling final
men would admire hei Exports from ten ports in the district dlschara-e as administrator ofthe
aidre a, Taft: Sphaler 4 So'n now own like' magic. Yet it is pleasant estate of John Pierce. deeeMed:
,. too, and probably turn her head with' ,
> during the month August and that at I tin same time I will present
th.:'Bryahorange; grove and farm in to take, and has none of the disagreeable to said court my final account* as i 1
flattery after marriage, if not neforc. ?niniiili: l 1 u> $2.06(1,1X7 w .iilc Import after effects that make us dread administrator of said estate and ask
|"P .P.olk county.? Df_, Bryan will spend ." *! during the month amounted to I calomel BO much. for their approval.Datvd .
.Monday: and Tuesday at Taft takingj'.KKKP May IS. A. D.. UII. ,;,
> .. "I.don't agr e with you on th. subject $647,471.Key I Feel fine all the time. Taks LIV- W. B. CBAWFORD. ;,..

...tcc,t ..,... of choosing%a plain-looking; woman West . . . . f 916.494 VER-LAX regularly and health becomes tt230->4-S8-41 Administrator.Wbeoeyer ,,",j

for a wife," said a second man, Pensacola_ u ____ .. _- _.783,952 a habit.Guarantee. . 1

/ JlOI\--T; who had been listening to the conver Tampa __ i __ n-__ __20i,116( Every genuine bottle Voe Need Oeoersd Toolc ..
AT n
TIlB.MpNRV Cheap and big can Baking Powders do not bears the likeness of L. >K. Grigsby, Take Orove* 1 I r\...)

r).. . ... .. .!> sation; "because a thing of beauty Jacksonville__ __ __ .* __ __ 48,860 save you money. Calumetdoea It'sPnre and if It does not give Satisfaction The Old. Standard Grove's TasteleisV. '''.,

,-.: Answer :yourself fairly aad square- Is a joy forever-and I can't Plane Boca Grancfcj__ .__ __ _ __ __33,750 and tar superior to sour milk and soda.KA your money will be returned. For chill Tonic is equally valuable M a T ti

;\' ._'* : maD ugly women at any price! But 1 do Port Inglis__ -- -t - __ __ n 29,600 j sale in, the big60c and $I bottles at General Tonic becaose it contain the '
y as to man/ these questions: : : I ---- ---- Osceola Pharnlacy.M.lTI wen known tonic propertlesofQOlNIHB/ ..:.
': '. ,ft-WUl; .....tbvcats4i>gv aouse give me believe in marrying a woman not Fernandina__ -- -: -- -- -- -- 27,030..I OOOOOOOOO OOOOO0 a IRON. It acts OB the Uv_, DrtvefV ,

, ;-credit'should" I need UT' oVerendowed with mentality for, as Apalachicola. ._ _. ._ _. __ __5,85G ,- > <"T8 ABOUT FORIDA <;n'lII AI.KNotice out Malaria. Brricbes the Blood
< ; ;""JDoWthe cataloc house help to suporC -. you very truly say. a stupid woman is St. Andrews. __ n n _- .-...5,396 up the Wtjola SysUm. SO cirita! :. '

'. : so restfull""The Miami_ __ __ __ oooooooooooooooooooooooooThe Is hrrcby Riven that uncl..rand !:,
h cal school f n n n -- -- l> vlrtuo of Final -- -- - -. --
JI--r-'l' ) > ., Southern Rurailst of the y a Decrer rendered :: .
one '
= by the Honorable Jaa.V.. !
o II' tb.eatalo&'- bouse help to clever woman will: insist in best farm joornala in the country, has Jurtire of the Circuit Court of the Seventh ..

keep' up our..road to delving deep''s business af- 52,060,187( published an interesting,- and valuable Xlrd Judicial day of Aue-nst.Circuit of A.Florida D. on In the

''I..; '. ', Will the' catafog. house help to 'fairs, and 1.really don't think that women Nearly a million- dollars worth of booklet on southern agriculture and cause pending- th Circuit lilt.Court a,
the whieh devotes two pages on Florida as follows Keventh Judicial Circuit of Florida. In Some Real
.:,. '- ':(0 ; build .up T.1> have''any right 'to know much exports went to Cuba country I' and for Oaceola County. In Chancery
'' .to tie house there. The received a greater part of the exports ; wherein HL H. EDICK et af are ComRlalnants ;
t. e s catalojt" buy or coniumej. -. less, my. wife ki/ows concerning Florida oat of a rural population of and C. f. DIBBLE et al. are

any: :-it'*my'. eggs\;vegetables, :my business the: better am I from the district. Her amount j I 250,080 has only 36,374 farm owners, November. .. on"the-First Honda,. In

Jr .chickens1' otherjfarni; !:. > "' was $935,862 while England (same but the value of: her farm land reaches A. D.. 1 14. the same brlna-
'fi" .;Or ,.produce pleased .But: ship/jhas'never once I the first day of said month, within the Finp fryer :

,< ,. \ i i ; \" l.ta.b.ou,: lI,.,'eD4e ._m evinced;:the..'slighte"st Vuriositys jfn the;' next, with 1547,05.0.. '; 924$93,738,065 and farm buildings $24,407- the lea-al Court hours.of:.a.ln.t:*.front door Uso of- 0

.. ." ce.ot ,,y ;, mi ttei ehe ; American bottoms carried more of implements $4,446,007* I ola County, Florida. I will offer 1'for e1
; : % js rather
: : klDdf" <, jYes, rJ : Stupid, A total crop value of $50,000,000( sale to the highest and best bidder (or .. ,
:I, Dea1er.J.e?; ><>n'T4'W'JI an estate to-wlt
; :*., '<*right.on; }thel, Job; !alo: always.-go. to'my"'clubs./.But'she* is a ships, $956,000 worth being'carried by of Agriculture. -gives hardly,* fair and nil fractional: All lot of%Lot..1 1 of,A. -and B.! Nel-14 eed

(/I '.hlnV.ev'ery. day>ltt''the'' "year?; splendid! --housekeeper I Is* eTerY-' kind- U. S. ships while English ships, the estimate addition 'for her her rural wealth-for in i.t',. on'' .2 sub-division South, Ranar of* 2 Section> East, to 4, satisfy Townshin -', \. ""aa

,;.; ',1I '; nditou: credit ''when 'you bearded and always- good humored. second in line carried goods to -the to bumper corn crop a Decree rendered: In said cause, with La hichdry.
1914 she )has shown a marvelous increase Interest and costs. .
l.d -_. t'..viWJft' *?I:',?*',-:**?r'l.S' ?| !! So' what*>no're could Ik man want?" amount" to $309,227. in her fruit and truck industry. Dated this Sept. 24, A. D 1915HP. ,

"yoiiihave-turned: your crop Into mon'ready The principal of items of export In 1890 the truck was valued at $900- U. F. KItI BIJR. :
......... .,,.., ,puch a .standard of necessary requisites Special Master. \ 'i
1 000 and fruit at $500,000. Professor Complainants'' Solicitor. 4041I.
./r.'I'."' in a wife-is not particularly during the month were phosphate rock .
\ .tl r- t ,' Keturn' .y ur steel billets, foodstuffs, rosin and turpentine Rolfs, director of the Florida Experiment for i
!! f- and these lines
high; a rua 8Tpalong1 Station and Professor of Agriculture Ikr Coairt e(' O'a C'.t,.. :
i ." 01' ..keproperji exchange it leaf tobacco and lumber pro- (Hale .f .'. '
mr.Ja ; o. r must. Indeed be a-dull, ,prosy alTjrtvrJ at the Florida Agricultural Klortdail.Klrhy ( .a0'7.R..J' .

'I' v-r vuc:v' "-,"a .,U aot-satisfactoryv. i J,question'very much if a marriage t>T n1l"lt7n""er! items of export included College places the value of the 1914 ........_.. Cpa.,. Your /
He Wbney Ji .'merchan.i I .* truck at.$8,000,000( and the fruit ..ra.. Sunday
/ :Inyestarhls i TucR'tU'K tlvel, steam en- crop CRIIL .
this( sort could ever be happy. C"r4talnly \ rn' l.mmtrr. R. IVarl.s;, rt ..... :
dJse t or;yoju --.,urgent,.needs, '4ind th* it is devoid of all interest / 1 20.ft. Iron nlmft. e> at $12,000,000. T. St. n. Warts. "___.vln... N.rtlt .:,
"'' belt wheels and lI The corn cro\ of Florida stands < arojlaatYou .. \\1
.Wants![jof jroiir com-nuinlty. real eomp nionllblp. Ahd the onl 1 AauxaffV Tackm:* Macl.the: five ports second only to the orange, grapefruit arICIs hprpby dlrpct..d to appear on Dinner .

"rt. .K ). ,His.-prQntsJbnkhis' lnvestment.In: real type of conjugal happiness 1 1 011 Holler CAn.'rP Uelik *nd c'"hich- there and lemon crop and is running a very ,:f.n :>;'h:hc"ro : ITt'r.e3t. r. 1> f.

''"hls. bus\nejiS are: no;more;,aye.-not as 1 ))ynRmu. f mer- close second. In 1911 the U. S. Department In Ih" cau.e abov.. ...tltled. .,
'aS based on a very genuine companion 1 WelKht Scale. I '" he at -
_. ...!n.d:1. : :.a )j eeea; 'i 011'' ',- ship. 1 Motor Hone Grinder and eJ. ,T m' Agriculture reported a mraee OaifJtte. a weekly: newspa "
j '1.
... -. .. ,. ..badVearVjust 'as, often I nen I. out total of 9.286,000 bushels; 1912. 8.- per printed at Klssfmmee, Florida, toro 1/ .
', : "The 'average clever man is onl), 1 Mn'n ""A_' r3rln"r 515,000 bushels, in 1913 the yield increased the space of four successive weeks. "
/ , you.'have\yout: poor'cropsv} ,, Mlgfua'l1'8;; ';;;";"ge Hit .e In each week. )
1 Machine. :]V to 10,125,000 bushels, and the fAIRPLAY
clever In the of his wife! Witness
11" really eyes my hand! and the seal of said :
,:\,',. .- He.;,pays'hls,4u; t"}proportion oftee'into'yourcommon declared aiijauthority on this subjec 1 2 8-ft.Work Cypreni Hencho.Mixing! Box. 1914 figures reached 11,008,000 bush \l'lorlda..?UI2. "thl.the Court Un. dar House or Klsslmmee. MARKflt:

els. The 8eptelllber
treasury. production"
i.\ 1 Ammonia Tank. i s corn probably ItIG.CCI. .. .
:",-" u' fthelps: ':buUdfy fJ'ro"ds, 'sup- "To other people he is generally 1 Meat Hack. worth more to the state as whole C.t Seal) ;J. t. OVERSTREET.4t ',i \ .,

>&.<:fport youV schools.;.In !,act" helps meet mereiy"* bore. Only a stupid woman!1 1 1 Small Garden Platform Hake.Dated Scale. than the atms crop, since it is all{ Clerk Circuit Court 12 DarlingtonPhone

"./$1 "' : jffcal-expensee-. ttd/* '*. can, stand! the'clever l man for long] this 3rd day of September A. of nsumed at home and less money is ': ;
Wl you 3. 1816. for fertilizers to enable the "view-tillS to tbe PIlle .
stork11 245
/r. \'ly,\, :He' hashi*;JttqeV troubles and off Outsiders soon grow sick of him. f.There L. tiherlfT H. INORAM.AD of OHCoola. County.Uy foiiowfer to produce it. TIM Old .ta..rd _I t aIc. \ ,"'

".r-/dap' Ju.t.Ukeou. : 40....o t. : is ,some truth underlying KOBISHT CAMI'HBI. total acreage of 1,805.408 ImNt'P OaOV8" TAaTltLJt88"bUI TONIC.tIrf....oa' .t, {'

, ';;; :, Fle'U'oa; ,thewsubscrlpUon; list? for, these" .rather-exaggerated statements J & GARKKTT.Ac Deputy SherlfT.FOHNSTON n ( form land the smallest of any tm. Atruetoaie.- Vor :::-'='::1i::".. e ,, i
\v u'ivwcrathern states has
'" th4locat'poor For stupid women often make splendid proven an
I" /'ywdr'iew ehurc for Attorneya for Plaintiff. 37-4t filled with rich ,
A"1-lrIW'urale-old-mn.! .
,tf. ;
.- 1t r' ipathUes. wlth>ou toyour fact that we all admin in others whafewe NOTICE-von iiius .the single exception of OldaTiVAnAlTorWa r r

'\ 'niorrows rejolces wlth you fn yoVir most lack in'oursejves. Hence the Notice for bids for Municipal Bonds :\ "w. during the past j;!
r": ''sneeesseserleir: ; : 'jrlth you- -laughs'Ur'ltliyouv : woman'.sans brains 'believes her comparativelyclever Jorlda.> be Issued by the City of Klsslmmee. RE IT' to.. made a greater gain in ac- / i '
$; .husband to be Notice Is hereby given that In purtnce u"ae.r.'f I population and a more sub- M.c '
j'l.$ &.s tl : a They
: J 3iiy fc.s: of the Resolution adopted bye ty8l app.. ncrease in the value of her (> .'
:" :" :Jle: is.:;"tiHei

"," ;';- ;?are'to'need../ \, ;- ., \ upon him with. remarkable deference Ive!trust sealed 18th. bids 1916 for the the Council purchase will re.of KTnT'ndiv:: ? tenant farmer is in the ....... .-
and'cltUen ; Thousand Five executed the more than '73 cent ofsevVrli'iy "J1 jo ..
; i' )le -II ;your neighbor? ; "; and respect" enty-Seven Hundred per "
A ,
27600.00 Dollars Six Per Cent. Muni- .,'
':' h4 Hk< yodL.he'l"human and has .ar I al Bonds, at the Clerk's office In the acf"1* being operated by owned If You Have J .-
; V ...' t" ._ The Tarpon'SPtID.a Board of y Hall at Klsslmmee, Florida, at the uld ranaltere. It is, under these SmaU Feet, Here :
; ( .ou1.r. .. 0 P. M.. Saturday the 26th day voluntarily i only logical that the state i.
;,; ....Ji. be inMlTe and let; lve"prSctplessuidwaitsto Tr .de'18 tolbg to- do' -aom. advertising iptember..n A. D.: 1 16.: thwiTNE88V! !' e a ImaU.r percentage: of Is1 ; .
: thet he Issue consists of six (O Bonds, Your Chance '
and unanimously. decided ,
J .live and en- at Ki.nimmt-Tiers than any other -stateSeptember. :, .
to be dated from date of Issue, asws ,'
.' OJ'\rJeomui7','ud:frleDd.hlp. the' local 'newspapers would be the O. : ( ) AJ,. l .
.. '' e Bond In the sum of Twenty-Five '> U grown along the Cult 4 f
1. ''Dece..lti 'De- best possible medial: -The
.J 1I' fc : "T ;.}''po.IUY' Tarpon red Dollars ((2.600.) maturing- My .h long 'and short to '" ;.;.t
.. ; 1.a1ttl,1 >onf'.J.t9.e:*cAmmunUy.rjion't : Springs board Is; 10 .be commended Years. !' 4"4t tobacco are sTrown. ..Corn.II Over 300 pairsef Ladies Pwaps ftiid OxferdY fa th.t 'rufin/ .. :"
yeve Bonds for Fire Thousand Dol-
to'drv*W >ut.of town tot Its""good 'sense'and' loyalty. The frem 2 to 41-2 B to E wWt. Th "' ; if :
f try: : V (16.000.00) each maturingrespeo- : are the, principal cereals.( y centut Pateat Leatlier, G..

.." )fio -"d'htnv, ,_ '5'r'.i' : '. local' 'newspapers* -stand by' 'alltimes' y. eleven, twelve' thirteen, fournfteen lit COURT' crop for 1914 was 75,000 Met*!, Dill Kid cad Glaze Kid., These'wt; art going' ; te' clote' .nf l at:
} '' "home dealer,better. and seasons through thick.and on '4r'olld.;; to be at the : !J tobacco |*rop 4,000,000
;;:.ttn your jut HaU Price. *
1' ,4 'range. W sJ.0 have. few ttyl U Ladk'i \
.;: eil the at;.bonti an (.>elp'a thin1'they'boost'without reward &114 t .Ix per: cent., payable aeml-an- lemons .limes plnelavTH i Hijfc, Shoe, *
JC .m'on"'t '
"/. hJV' olTes and grapes are tmat we ... 'piq't. effer. .at tio. *u. price,. ...... 4/' .
.1Mttw- bjgger.btier4! : andmore; prou- help<'a1'! VrorthyjiioyenrenU. ,b onds will not be sold for leas .'eonc lIcoou f T the northern . /
it ,
ma '
I,.. r, .... ,for 1.t Dr f; cI it is. the.loyal: *ud'patriotic Ubi, It! Jfled' cheek for Five Hundred of February.Probably' the and u ,.. k vs Mall, feet, it ''j U, pir'ywij.U; ;: ",t *li tlete.'ever.

,. ,... ...... :ft.. ., "'1...".., do: < 1ADc1"Jt ',eldom.'that"Ib":to.- :JJ I0.0) parable to the TraaaClty of iiid1co"0r:; bl le. '*f'.Florida's dtmsmy whether revareiaiieed. of a'palrp.w.itotl. ,f ., > .. > ,
.r. ...v' of Klsslramee, Florida, "iw 1.- .
'.. "teal IUI.a..p." ; .. -4 munJty; t large'fcai, *(. a rri". ; ri ipany each bid. anal .treat Am.risao"broak"" : *,J...v<*"...*,' .' r* "* ,f"'w'' W ,', ... J... '., ...
: ,erxWe t U reserved to reject aj ot th .estate be grapefrult's; ; :,-' ... '( .. ,.. ., .. ... ., ..J .
y .
'q. '' ... 'ia'a;,.J# : DC'I' .i.u : :' pond, to, the ; 'fVbH"r" > tVSai" eattle to'thi val.e 'r '. It. .t:.... ""' ,..' ',"t.
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',''.4' :''INtt'f.: : _Jf- ., .'. ; f opDorllU1uY.Pte.... IJ.J. .H" ".r.. II fall.ilmmee-bids Florida to the,Council of of J. AdmlnUtrtJO and $10,070,000 In, beef l, Tl e S m tJi' }Sh e.C: ni ''''h' i
\ ; care ,
: for .
thel. & -
: iI. ,< ,,,U ( paper'.hopld: .> .. 't1J.JH .,r ICHr Clerk. I>&tecl .Au.'.24,000 ta hogr and'.' ..I.. I .l' r '" ,( .I'M. \ '.!t ,' .. " ,. .
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