The Kissimmee Valley gazette

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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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t i Here's the' list of men who ,have pledged acreage in the plan to I,

raise enough strawberries in and around Kmimmee to make this city __ ___u_______ -

HELD HERE a strawberry This list market.includes those given last week with the addition of COLLECTOR SEaS ONLY I Active Work to Begin At Once

pledges secured by committeemen named by President S. T. Fancier,

\ I of the Kittimmee Produce Growers, and reported at the meeting held I, --:-"- Upon Plans For Holding' first

i for that last' Saturday: I 855 TAX CERTIFICATES
purpose Texas Dealer Shipped Another Season
orneys Battle Over Validation Pledged Last Week. New Name Added. During 4

Clark Howell -----. 2 acre. Mr. Babb ___.---- 1 acre I Trainload of 1000 Head SMALLEST AMOUNT OF PROPERTY ---.-

Of Special District Creation R. D. Frankford --- I Yz acre J. C. Tyson _____ J/2! acre SOLD FOR TAXES SINCE LOCATION BIDS TO BE RECGYCD'
J. McCartey Yz acre Anderson ___ to Ranch lilt SOUTHERN COLONIZATION -
---- W. H. yi acre Thursday "
And $250,000 Issue P. Bieiner _______ 1 acre COMPANY PAYS TAXES -
Mr. Heinsell ______ I acre AND COSTS AMOUNTING TO t
M. L SchriefeU --- Y2 acre L P. Stevens ___.. I acre $14.111.78. Owners of Property ConrftHnt", *f

ATTACK W. E. George ___n I acre Mr. Heel ..._______ % acre PUNS PURCHASE[ 3000 MORE Forty Acres sad pees t* Raflre ,d*

IftW ITStlf IS 'UNDER ( D. O. Morton ------ 1 acre Mr. Clark _____ V; acre Tax Collector. .L. Bandy! has com- and Taereagkf Asked I. Sal' e

J. F. Niswonger'. --- I Yl! acre A. Dietz ___u ___ y acre aletod all the detail of the tax tale nut Prepaaitieni I* Director '

Interrenon' Lawyer Allege in AnswerThat S. T. Fancier ------1 Vz acres Mr. Milton _Un_______ 2 acres Sam Bwyer Hu Also Skipped 4000 that for 1915 fewer taxes tax and certificates his report were shows Issued Before September 1.

Special Di.trid.J.ct Is VacoaltitutioaaJ.lrrepiaritiea [ J. Lester --------- 2 acres S. L Kinser ___.__ Vi acre Head from Manatee and DeSoto this year than in any previous Active work will begin; .t once"up.on' ,..
Counties and Will Secure
H. C. Avant 2 acres year since 1910. Whereas a total of
------ Mr. Holcomb __ __ /2 acre
f u 3000 Additional in nat 1482 certificates were Issued in 1915 plans for the holding'of the first
Tom Hughey acre
Also Claimed in Eri- ------ Vf, EL J. Bickerdike ___ I acre issued thisyear. Fair. <
John FIDe _______ I I acre Section This Season. only 865 certificates were annual Osceola County j
deace Submitted. Bids for forty acres of suitable

Total ____ _____ I 14 acres Total ---------8% acres C. B. Elam an extensive cattle to The the amount state was of $808.53 the certificates, so that sold the land, located near the railroad and

Attacks mode upon the proposed GRAND TOTAL ___________u_____!...._. 22% acres. dealer and. ranchman of Houston:< county gets it once till of the taxes public road are now being sought by
bond issue of $260,000 for the build I Texas, has been a big purchaser urI and costs due it with the exception of the board of directors named at the j, ,
Ing of roads in the recently created,I .. .. I cattle in this section during the present this smalL amount. Considering the organization meeting of the Fair Association ,
Special Road and Bridge District No. season. With the trainload of I supposed financial stringency this is held last night in the city. '
2 of Osceola county by attorneys representing 1000 head shipped Thursday to his a good showing. Of the amount 'men- council hall.Permanent.
intervenorsrange: from( ranch 'twenty miles northwest of tinned as sold to the state only officers have not yat: y
purely local viewpoints to a general BAND PLAYS SUNDAY CONCERT Houston he has bought from the cat- $638.49 "is really county taxes, the remaining I been named, but will be selected when
claim that the act legalizing such districts tle men of this section during the $170.04 being due the state. I the board of directors is completedand :
ill unconstitutional. summer. no less than 7000 head. lIe In fact then only $638.49 is due the ,, holds a meetingwith all members -
This was brour'it; oat: when theIr expects to buy 3000 head more before county to make a clean record of the present. Until permanent officers
hearing in the matter of, validating IN COURT HOUSE PARK.4 P.M. the close of the season. taxes for the year 1915. are selected C. A. Carson will
the bonds came up twfore' Judge Jas. All but 2QOO head of this number 1 The advertised list of delinquenttaxes serve as president and A. E. Thomasas
W. Perkins, of the circuit court, in have been sent to hie ranch in Texan, was the largest ever printed in secretary and treasurer, theso gen t
chancery. here on Monday and TuesAs the others going to market in St. the county but the collections made tlemen having served in that capac
day.. : the case, no matter what -- Louis. Mr. Elam is a great believerin thereupon before the sale accounts for ity at the organization meeting.

outcome may courtalconeiderabfe I The Sunday afternoon concert comfortable plat j for all who wish to Florida cattle and takes them to the fact that the tax certificates: sold Between $6000 end $7000 of. the
toe the Sufreme regular 1 attend. There will aso be plenty of his ranch where they are fattenedand were smaller in' number than in many capital stock of $10,000 has been subscribed \ ;
interest will no doubt be districts h] I given by the Kissimmee Concert room to park the automobiles in the prepared for the beef market. He years. The length of the delinquent I and 392 shares were represented -
other counties in which such Band will' tits played on Sunday, August streets around the court house. expects to leave in a few days for tax list was due largely) to the fact I at the meeting held ,last night. '
have been created. I I 20.10, the court house square instead The concert will begin at 4 o'clock Texas to make an inspection of his that too extensive land holdings of Shareholders present in person or by {
Only the answer of the intervenorsand I of from the band stand on and an especially fine program has ranch, but will return to KissimmeeIn the Southern Colonization Companywere proxy at the meeting were: Waters
the evidence to sustain t.heir'points : Broadway. Arrangements: have been been arranged by Director Shcarouse I about two weeks to arrange for included. This compai.y, how- & Carson Grocery Company represented e
against the validating of the I I made for numerous 'benches under the to celebrate: the occalioUo"T1ereguTii'r"'Fnaay! the shipment of further purchases. ever, paid the taxes and costs on almost by N. C. Bryan; Osceola Hardware ll
bonds' or the creation of the district. shade of the big oaks in the courthouse evening: con- Mr. Elam has also been a heavy all of its property before the Company, represented by S. Li.
were heard here, the arguments'! of attorneys I park. certs will continue as usual in the purchaser of cattlo in other Florida sale. The taxes and costs paid by I Lupfer; State Bank, represented by
being postponed until Saturday band stand on Brot-dway, but hereafter counties, having bought and chipped this company alone amounted to $14- Roma Thomas; Tucker Brick Com-,
mcrning at 9:30: o'clock. These This change was to accommodate the Sunduv afternoon concerts 4000 head from Manatee and DeSoto 113.78. ,nany, represented by C. A. Carson:
crowds which
will be heard bv Judge' the 'large come ''cou ties. He willbay3000 head more represento/i
Carson Cattle Company, ,
tho court house
Perkins at Deland. It is then likely; \out each Sunday afternoon: to hear will be played in from theso counties, bringing his by Charles Carson, Jr.; H. C Stan-
that he will give several days study the concert and will provide a cool square. [grand total for the season 'o something NO FURTHER MOVE IN ford; C. W. Ward and John M. Lee,
to the case before renderinw his opinIon -------- " like 17,000 head of Florida cat- represented by E. E. Nauglei Cltlien

The. Interventors, who are fighting) ODD FLLLOWS HOLD BIG DISTRICT tle.SUNDAY RECOUNT CASE HERE :Edgewater Bank, represented Forms, J.represented K. Billiard liy! f

the .validating of the bond issue and SCHOOLS TO I K. McPherson:; D. G. McKay, G, i F. ;
the creation of the district are the Kribbs, May-Stout Lumber Company,' ," _
Consolidatod Land Company, the Se- \ I 1 represented by H. R. May; Kissim-
curity Investment Company, both No further move in the effort. to.< Ice and Cold Storage Company .
owners of large tracts of land in Us- MEETING IN KISSIMMEE TONIGHT HOLD CONVENTIONThe swore a recount of 'votes in certaiipreolnet 'I and Kissimmeo Valley Gaze be, represented }h
ceola county mostly in the prairie I I in Osceola county hat been I by W. B. Harris; A. -'n. r
and james M. Johnston, with! ; Made the' attorneys of W. V.
section, by Thomas S. T. Fansler!: Clark Ilowell ,. ,
power of attorney for R. E. Willis, R. I City Sunday School convention Knott, who is contesting the nomina, W. J. Fripp/ C H.. Flunk and J. L.
V. Phillips and W. II. Wilhite also< I will be held at the Methodist tion of Sidney J. Catts for governor. Overstreet. ,

residents of the lower or southern Odd Fellows of. Klcsirunioo prepared come the visitors and a program: of Church,. Sunday, August 27th, beginning Attorneys Milton Pledger-and Lew Acting ,as secretary of the meeting , ?
part of the county. two I for a big celebration here thie afternoon music and recitations\ will follow. at 2:30 p. m. The program follows i i. O'Bryan filed their answer In the< upon unanimous consent of the
Attorney representing the and tonight when distrkt Music for the session will be : mandamus proceedings on Monday I stockholders present A, E. Thomas r
land companies, both of which have i meeting will be held in which lodgesof furnished by the open Kiasimmio, Ctncort 1. The Importance of Being Pro- Mr. Pledger agreed' with W. T: read the proposed by-law of the.or :' .
'their headquarter<< in' Jacksonville!, Eustis, Sanford, Orlnndo and St. Band. 'Followingntt.o open ti eting gressive in Sunday School Work, by Cowles, who came here representing I ganization which were approved after ,
;tare E. J. L Engle and ,W.' H. Baker of Cloud will 'tko part. The Rebekahs there will be'o big ,sp'crd.of; good Rev. O. B. Fall the. KnottT forces, to. submit ,the case a few changes.' It was ..agreedupon
that city. Johnston 4: Garrett; 'of I will also hold c., district meeting ut things to eat:served as nly Um rood 2. The ,Co-operation of Parent In on brief and without argument! ,' but motion of Judge G. F Kribbs
Xisiimmee: represent, Mr. Johnson, :[the same time and a' large attendance < women ,of .tho,'.Robeknh lodge know the Sunday School Work, by Prof. <;, 80 far no other effort has been mad< I that a board of, directors ,of" fifteen
>.nd the men for. whom he. appears.for.I of .both men and women mem. how to erve-,. .Tonight the Ode:'Fel.. E. YowelL j ,l i. by the Knott attorney. to obtain the< member be named A committee
'-Attorney J.. 8. Cadel, attorney" hers'of the orders is expect jd. lows will exemplify "he work'in the 3. The Importance of ,Keeping up recount.ATlANWCOASt. composed of ,A. E. ,Thomas H. C. ,,
the county commissioner C., is being, of: A public meeting will be held at Thursman building lodge lull,' while the Work in the] Summer., by l>rof.'.n. Stanford and Judge ItriDOl",..*. .
L. Massey
Attorney M. Evan
assisted by of Or- I Fraternity Hall this afternoon at 4 the Rebekahs will boll their ceromo- LINE n.macI'to nominate tho'memben, of.-
the firm of Massey A Warlow 4. The Sunday School Program, by 1 the board Their
Joseph H. o'clock. Mayor H. R. May will wel- nial session in the fraternity HaIL report was unaovimously
lando. State's Attorney Dr. W. .B. Witherpoon. approved and the following ;
Jones also appears in the case, being The speaker will be allowed ten f
named: J. W. Tucker, E. L.
required by the state law on bond vat minutes each in the opening of the ENLARGING ITS YARDS persons Lesley, C. A. Carson N. C. Bryan& K. 1
idation to make commissioners answer to which the peti-he WOODALL AND FORCE I BUILDING NEW WALKSAT topics, and after the discussion of McPherson A. E. ..,.Thomas, W. B.

tion of the these topic by the leaden, a general Harris A, E. Doncgan, Pat Johnston -

did establishing, his report of the being legal favorable status to of the the CLEANING UP CITYJim \ THE discussion will follow, in which speakers The Atlantic Coast Lin! railroad tIC S. T Fansler, H, C. Stanford +'
HIGH SCHOOLWork will be limited to -two minuteseach
issue. and continued at the pleasureof enlarging its yardo in Kissimmee In J I and S. L. Lupfor. _Only twelve directors (-
When the hearing began; the petition !. the convention. Oldtr. to take core of increasin were named by the committee,.
" of the commissioners for the val Woodall and the city street freight business. which recommended that three *. ,
; idation of the bonds was read by Attorney gang,are rapidly putting the city intoa has begun this weak upon the The work train has been eng>tg.u cancles be left to be filled from ,
Cadel. This was followed by spick and spar. condition. With the north building and of south new sidewalks to the BRATTON NAMED AS this week filling up the road bed preparatory among residents{ of the St. Cloudsec..
the reading of Attorney Jones' an- new mower bought for the purpose ceola entrances of the Os I to extending the tracks Lion, it being stated that a numberof !
of the and drown the team of mules High School building. Hereto- in And
swer and then came the answer by re fore there hr.vo been which were formerly useIfpr loading persons! that city vicinitywould
: intervenors read bv Attorney ce:stir purchased the weeds and grassis thse entrances and when tio sidewalks lit COUNTY ENUMERATORH. stock at the pens, which '!il6ve take stock In the assdclatlon.
L'Engmerit le. This was a lengthy docu- being trimmed along the parkways! to march i the pumls lined been abandoned because they !beealrt! In order that the association may
cit.h.g more than twenty reasons lof every street. Vacant lots, not given up have no building( they I obnoxious so near the business center start I business with ten per cent of its
why the bond issue and creation attention by the owners, are nlsx in which worn out largo holes In the sand of the city. New pens a mile and II capital paid in cash as required by
of the district should be validated.It I being trimmed up by the city force. These walks wat.sands: in wet weather. I N. Bratton. of KioSlmmee, has half north of the ctiy are now in use law, S. L. Lupfer moved that the >
became apparent, however, when Everywhere the imrovement i., noted. this are being built to relieve -I been named to take a census i of the A steam shovel has been in use during treasurer be authorized to collect 20
condition and
the hearing or evidence to sustain I This is a tribute to the i bility of will prove i a agricultural and horticultural resources the week and considerable dirt per cent of the amount of stock subscribed
these points was begun, that the main Mr. Woodall and his force and to the great improvement. of Osceola county. This position has been moved In order to extend from ecch subscriber. The
attack upon the bond issue was to be forethought of the city council street is known as that of county enumerator -I!this track through the entire arils remaining amount of stock subscri -
made upon the point of the constitutionality ,I committee, under whose orders the 'I MARSHALL HERE TOBOOSTEVERGLADES and was created a number of I I and towards the southwestern limits tions will be collected as ncedod. His
of the law, the manner uf( work is progressing. years ago by the legislature.Mr. : ,of the city.SMALL motion prevailed. r-
its application in this instance, and I Mr. Woodall requests residents Ic ) Brotton's appointment b" the' The directors were instructedto
the claim that the original petitionand assist this work by refrariinfj from county commissioners is a recognition I take steps immediately to get everything -
other papers in connection with throwing tin cans or sticks of wood of the thoroughness of the report he FIRE CAUSES in readiness to hold too first ,
the bond issue had been changed, the into the lawns alongside: the streets. prepared for the ears ( fair early in 1917. The dtrcctois met w
former; after it had been signed by I These obntaclcc interfere with the :ago. His report when completed will immediately after the close of the
the voters who requested the election work of the mower and if unnoticed W. H. Marshall, of Fort Lauderdale be filed with tho county commission MIX-UP IN ALARMSA stockholders meeting and eight members -
and the latter in that resolutions and ;I may caudo serious damage to the machine representative-elect from Brow- ers and the Commissioner of Agric were present. The directors derided
other records had been placed upon ard county, was a visitor in ) to continue operating with temporary ,
the minutes of the county commissioners I Marsha officers as stated until a full
during past week. Mr. '
the 'of the I WORKaTOaSTART roof fire at the residence of J.IN. meeting of the board selects
without approval is over the state to call the perma-
TYSON BUYS BARBER on ON Johns, corner Dilllngham avenue f
nent officials.
board in the manner.
proper I members of the legislature and invite ,
and Hughey street, caused a slight ,
James M. Johnston was the princIpal them to I The secretary was instructed to advertise I
visit in
pay a a body te
tho house
witness for the intervenors in damage to for propositions from land
the Everglades before tin next i e
support of their contention that the SHOP FROM FENNELLE. of the lawmakers. This move session is- INTERURBAN SOONIt morning and no end of trouble andconfu.ion owners for forty acre tracts located ;
for the fire
original petition as signed by the being made in order that they be y I' 'I convenient to railroad and public road. ,
may '
a misunderstanding, Variously -
voters did not contain certain words Those who submit proposition are
., C. Tyson has purchased tho barbershop familiar with the Everglades and bet- I explained by those concerned, ly
fixing the amounts of $200,000 to ter able to solve legislative problem is reported that work will be asked to .give location; price and <
formerly owned by E. L. Fennell, the; fire truck was sent first to North
the bricking of certain .errns. It.I hoped to tracton
be spent started about lit the secure a
Upon them. While September on
he vis-
the deal been made this week. Kissimmee, then\ back to South Kisiimmee -
roads and $ 0,000 for the building of having ited Representative' N. C. Bryan. I first division of the projected electric long time Dayments in order to
Mr. Fennell is member of CompanyB and north again before the
sand./elay or marl roads. The claim a line of the Central Florida Interur- have most of the capital stock in
of the intervenors charged that the of the ctata troops now enc:.mped ban Company. The plans call for location of the fire was established. hands for the expense of erecting i t
its face showed that, the at Black Point. lIe came home on a When the fire was Anally located the buildings and tho grounds.
petition, on COMPANY B. SENDS building from Melbourne west, via St. preparing T
to the deal. lames had been extinguished Later
-words fixing this distribution oT the"T" furlough complete Cloud, to Kissimmee. thence north, A committee composed. of A. E. t
1'11I. funds had been added after the petition Mr. Tyson has been operating the via Orlando, to Sanford: about one a second alarm came in from thelame Thomas, W. B. Harris and K. Mc-
had been typed and'upon a dif- barber shop Lnd the pool room in con- hundred miles. house, the blaze having started i'herson was named to begin work t
., ferent typewriter. This was answered nection during Mr. Fcnnell's abconce. THANKS FOR) 'BOXES The companv expects: to develop a anew. This time the truck engine paring the premium list.
for the validation He is a popular young and bucked and it was several minutes Too meeting enthusiastic
by the petitioners traffic: in fruits, Jroduee.l.lumber and was an
should make a succsa of the buainess. I before a start could be made. Luck-
with witnesses who testified that nival store wylie" Reynolds, en- one and the interest shown promise l
the change was made upon the peti- The Valley Gazette has received th \fin<.n.-rs-of St. Cloud, are handling the the flames were again extinguished a auccessful fair tire first year and r
t "tion after it was originally drawn, law, basing this claim upon the fact foll9wing letter from Company B, tmstruction.KISSIMMEE. by volunteers and no great additional a bigger and better one ever year ;
''but before it wan circulated for si>rn- that the major portion of the moneywas now in camp at Black Point: I darnjage resulted. following.
-en and that the corrected petition to be pent for roads in commissioners Company "B" wishes to express: l The loss was. fully covered by in-
" i. was thus submitted to the board of districts one and two wherois through the Gazette their thanks for MOOSE surance..
** Bounty commissioner and acted upon they attempted to show that the one of the best and'most appreciated BETHEL BAPTIST CHAPEL LUPFER IS NAMED AS .
.s by them.' assessable valuation of tho two segments boxes which has been sent to the .
!. 'f The intervenors attacked the bond ,of the proposed ..Pedal.nd' road Second Regiment. VISIT IN ST. CLOUD Sunday August-20t :-Bible school
' i. -.J Issue and creation of the district upon bridge district would justify We hope to repay your kindness byenabU.hinlr :10 a. m. Seven classes. Send your BANKRUPTCY TRUSTEE
1''' Its physical makeup claiming that more equable division of the fund' a record in our Company children to the
u* Preaching -
T the southern pert of the county lour or Witnesses who appeared for the intenrentor for good behavior, which will ,make A large number ef the member of at 7:80 p. m. Subject; of the pastor ser- -
county commissioner districts were James M. Johnston the people of Kissinme.proud!; of the Uimmee Mooae lodge motored tot mon, Laughter and How to T. M. SUckleford. Jr4,referee fa"t ,
ukd five were not contiguous territory Arthur E. Donegan and Charles L, Company they are. sending to the Cloud on Wednesday. Promote"Godly. It. Prayer.meeting Wednesday bankruptcy, was here) Toeeday andv .
to the rest of t&. district, composed Gaines, general sale agent for. the border ... c, ?' ? . wen" gueU'of)tJ .. evenIngCand evening 7:30. Come and halve held a hearing of tho"creditor* ' of-' .
>> of commissioner district one CoMO d.tod Land Company. Wife, *Wj en-taking;tkla opportuntty'of I lodg. of the older., The officer of hearty welcome. Platte McFarUnd Company fa the I
jand two. This, they claimed, was leases for the petitioner were JohnL ,Gazette"for the papars the St. dew 'ledcvywera elected and taw office of Crawford A. JarrelL ,-.< t,
' ,, .' ,contrary to the .intent of the law. L Oventreat. county, clerk; J., S. Cat which o cmthe every week and installed at the me tiae and'a.. big : THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. J. E. Lupfer.. appointed trat *H" ""'
a To assess the land In this sectionof lei, attorney. for the county COII1JD1a.iaio wbidl. 1M read' and pas .o, until worn eeeptioB- and apread **? given after The-regular services will bo held of the company: and A. Rosen, St ; J
the a C01D1tJ'"! talofiuf ; without due r p1'OCl8'I'of.. Conrad Bryan.and,J. E..Lupfer. C6. w todlKUL .I1 ill; time i hours bth. ;O' PPra1aora. .. '
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0 LOUISIANA DETERMINED O ? have found the following method and lief. Black wash, prepared by Addinr
CHRISTIAN VGA TION I 4 TO ERADICATE TICK 4 PROFIT tN LIVE STOOL formal cacful in many cases: At 1 dmm of calomel tc 1 pint of' limewater -" I
4 -' 4 tho outset, removal ot tho cause of may be applied two or tltimos ,,- '
I .V + New ,Law place: Work U..... Coal .f.Crewior-BM CaUl 1a the irritation- may be accomplishedby a day allowed! to dry, and fol. ". .
The Need and Obligation of EducationBY I. State Bo d-Additional Pr%+ the Cr*-flelt Slat*-Adds. tm cleansing tho inflamed BUI'{ace repeatedly owed bY' sine oxide( ointment, This w.
I* cantton Take .to Prcrcat Be- 4 Fans UMMM.,.' i. Moat Caae with alcohol, or with a saturated treatment must be u?oc1 with caution ,iI
REV. S. W. LAWLER. 4 Infestation of Clean Areas solution of auger of lead in alcohol in extensive case because of the pos.

'I* * * *,*,* * * * : . 000400.0.410. using a. fresh bit of tint or absorbent sibility of mercury' poisoning. The r I'
cotton each time! to avoid acute infiamation of try poiroainfr J
\ Usually. I believe man is cpoken ready true, that there will be more spreading tho< Irritant. ]the sugar of sometimes followed by enema ancL.Mf'- ,
And written of a* a trichotomy, l bibYe students .:n school in'Florida according Washington D..C.Thspernunentieradication That cattle in most ct>se* odd to the lead solution can not be used over ex- secondary infection of the tkinFtwwhich : ;
I' mind and spirit; however the to Ita population than any state of the cattle tick in Lou farm Income In the corn belt elates tensive areas because of ri-k: of lead in mild'' cut**, will yield. r.td2'
cpealu of him as body'and soul. That' in the Union. Ono of Florida' greatest isiana now seems assured as a remit t* indicated by the result of a recent poisoning.( Covering: flee inflamed ily to treatment with bland antlsep. :
,r God made man' body "of the duet needs I II strong denominational' of the passage by the State Legislator Investigation conducted by tl.e department parts with lint or absorbent cotton tic ointment A :formula bl .ijy roc :;f.
and breathed Into hn' school Our population i il coming of the State-wide tick eradication '
I *>t the ground : a* part of a comprehensivestudy kept constantly moist with firewater ommendod for ivy poiaoning and otw :
nostrils the breath of life and man' from everywhere, and i 111I ]lacking in law. After April 1, nlS, tick
of the meat situation in which or with a saturated solution of bicarbonate ton especially lpflAt' thin. stagAr! !i
became a living soul) The bible cognizance that cohesive element which binJs the eradication will be under the direction its hare been engaged for When is the Carbolic I
,. of the State Live specialists of soda: Till! afford relief. following:: acid, 2
of is satisfactory to ml!: I people together and to the institu- Stock Sanitary '
: man some time. The direct, profit from this cannot be used: j a sirf.ple ointment, grams: reaoralayx gram; bismuth Y
I.% The intellect ia spirit, the thinking tions of the states whero this new and the law provide that neh ,
the raising of calve in this section, such as tine oxida ointmc'it, is rec subfrallr.te. 4 gromfc; equal parts 'Vi
the brain m body is not in. The I parishes as may be designated by y ywater
i faculty of the soul; population pouring the averages eeem establish, is ommended. A solution; containing 1 and limo water to make
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that board will be
and that part of the body through fusing of this cosmopolitan population required to make : usually) small, but the investigators ounce tf flui-1 extract f grinOolia to c. c. This solution may be drL4xM'on '!b...;;
adequate provision for the )
thinks. How spirit will have to be done through the construction -
which intellect point out that there are other factors 1 of water cloths and the affected partu -venxl: times
pint applied on ,,
d t uses body to work through, express Sunday. Schools and Public!: Schools, of dip for\? vats and the dippingof i which make the racticc more ndvantngeous a day, t
itself, I ifo not kn<" '. Seemingly! men through the Colleges and Churches I cattle ticks, and to continue ; than would at first .J r .. -.- - r +-. ,r.'.""
t nave told uo about everything there very largely.) such dipping until he ticks are entirely sight. appcp.r I -- -.J.'
jo to be known about the body. nave Florida, is today without distinctive f eliminated.While Among these advantages are the
I its life, the We -annot afford leadership in meat every field wf ac- the law will] not be enforced
'fact that live stock on the: farm
1o reject things bc-rnu-.1 wc -do notunderstand tivity. There is no one man or even until April 1, 1918 the Federal \!i:. a home market and a means pr.J'vide of Cheer Up H 1
: their., There nit ntanvinyit'jrlrs two or three men who are distinctly thorilies urge the wisdom- of making utilization: of farm roughage, some one
\ bout us daily, ninny winch' typing the state educationally. It if provision --construction", parishes I of which might be basted if not fed l,
W! shall not understand while wo live my opinion that your present Stale for The vats and\ !:and the use of tie pucture which
here But sinrr it is i: a fait that the SuperinU-ndfnt- of Public Instructionhas for necessary chemicals for the bath could not be
,t"", r. inUlU-ft, ti 'wks through the hruin, done more for Florida educationally | An inclination that the people of any other employed Live stock profitably also '\f in- And Doan You Frett
that thi' soul I'xpr'-sseu, itself larg.'jy than any man in the state, or I/nuihiana arc not inclined to vail un- fords a ready waf'h roe market for certain '
B 1hr'luj1i Ibis bodily, organ, it is plain perhaps any five men combined and til 1918 before taking up tick eradication other crops:, which at .tinv
1o every one that importance of would have done yet larger thing had Federal agents state that ac- would have to Le hauled considerable
the development of the brain power, there been' b''ttcr co-oueralion. The lye work is now being; conducted in distances to be sold. Finally) the A Mighty Good Time r rt
showed nine parishes, withthe result that j
i both as to quantity 1 and( quality.W ] recent election plainly presence of live Block on the: farm
t hate no 'WII)' liy which we can [ Florida, : was without distinctive lead during the month of June, Parish, gives productive employment throughout
,' ,' measure or' determine! the power :Jr'j ership. The same is true in the finan- ,i, State and Federal employees supervised the to labor rot certain
seasons ,
1"" force of the int '!llectual faculty save < ial world. However sound the prop- 243908. dippings of cattle to rid which year.night otherwise be idle. A ComirT Yet. f!
i through the br-iin. If wt had we I osition and remunerative the investment them of tick. The Federal authorities Live stock t.lso given some intereston
might find that after nil there was where could a man go to finance believe that a larger number capital invested l
Ilit I- :not much diff 'rcnce of soul or intellect ''a proposition of one, two or five mil- miles will he added to the tick-free I which would produce on nothing equipment if not "J
] as we often suppose. The full lion dollars ? Were just coming up- area in Louisiana by the end of this utilized at all seasonj. The fertilizing 12 pounds Granulated Sugar $1.00
force of the power plant can be judged 'Ion the threshold] of great development I year.As value of manure also must l he i;
line is sufficiently an additional safeguard againstthe
,r only when .ue lead in Florida. considered. When these factors
I. large to allow fie full force i 1 I have traveled into every nook and spread of the tick, the State Legislature taken into cons'Je;alien even though are 7 cans Baby Milk Hebe .25 |
r to lie poured out along its veins and [ corner of the state, looked over many ; has also passed a law prohibiting there appears to be little or 10 priffta I' ,

c arteries. One cannot tell the volume I of its ranches, it citrus groves, vegetable I the movement of cattle from any shown by cost figures, it ia r
I 11
is quarantined area into tick-free pounds Bread and Biscuit Flour .50 $
inthe reservoir whero it and sec-
t,,\ of water farms, timber phosphate lieved that in most instances the e-j
Y4 forced to flow through; a foul or obstructed ,I lands, and discussed" all of these industries 1'ions of Louisiana or into any part of j'income is because of .
pipe. If one would render : with men who should know the State where systematic tick eradication greater 8 cakes Lenox ;
been 4
having kept on the farm. The Soap .25 ,1
1 .
and workr is being conducted ,
his fellov/s ,
t the largest: to the possibilities in theue and other un- keeping of live stock therefore is to ,
the obligation is updn all to do this- i lines of industr", and I say again we less the animals 111.VI.' been I
from I'be recommended farms having
"i he must have a developed rend! organized are just beginning to get ready to do I twice in the standard solution :large quantities of on cheap roughage 7 8-oz rolls Toilet Paper .25
brain. I something worth while in Florida I five to twelve days apart. This dlp- :available or having land which can ,,
There ir need of nervic in many The above industries mentioned will ping must be done under the supervision 1 be best utilized .
fields. In po-itics of statecraft splendid ],':give large returns where properly | of a Federal or State e pasture.At Compound Lard, 13 1-2 ]
and capable ]leaders are needed\ i meeting
t. The complications of our present civ- been dreamed of by the t ping- The cattle must not
average; person c: Union it was decided to incor- White Salt Meat J
: ilization giVes us grave problems in''i' in our midst. The stock raising ed I to tick infestation after ]porate the/ union on a non-profit ba .18
the fields of commercial ni.d socicl industry of our stale is destined to dipping. Where cattle are intendedfor
I sis. The union will buy all seeds fer-
life and calls for wise an 1 i Irong men. ''surpass' the expectat.ons of the most immediate slaughter, these restrictions Ii'ilizers, etc., in car lots It will also |, 16 pounds Whole Grain Rice 1.00 f
cduca'ionul work do not apply, but the I .
For a long whiL- our optimistic Gad; ;.iid nutun have done 'operate a vegetable packing house on ,
was largely cultural I, now th-- world a ,out all that has been' done in the slaughtering centers must be provid basis j
for its members I
non profit
has gone almost mad iii it" swing to pa-St.t l hut men are waking/ up with ed with facilities for handling cattle ''I a 3 bottles Tomato Ketchup .25 .jJ':
vocational -trnin'ng.; The call I I is to stock i improvements, the eradication I(satisfactory o the State Live Stock REMEDIES I FOR IVY POISONING I .
it leach us to make money and get on of the tick and feeding the native Sanitary Board ,
in the world. We need practical education stockmen bi. I I I 15c Tall Pink Salmon 10 1
( will surprised at the re- The Indian River Cattle Company Direct contact with the poison ivy ,t
utilitarian than in
more sults. With better drainage and irrigation at Malabar have plant is not always : tc I .
r finished five miles ,II 1 ncsrry produce
past, but we must r.ot forget that nnd more scientific: cultiva- of fencing on the cattle. ranch and poisoning, r.s the poison may be 7 Potted Meat Ham
i. cans
than j ( ) .25
man has something more a tion, with better marketing conditions will] build a dipping vat at once. They !transferred from clothing, gloves nnd . ,,1
that education
stomach and along which will be
sure to come, vegetable 'I I also tram towels used
N l practical link and only best will not of give us '' raising will go forward with J[i will have plant already more planned as rapidly 80 acres and canI' I those implements who stave been: in contact with by (For Strictly. Cash) f.
the highest type man- leaps and bounds. It was thought ,;,''be broken. The first shipment of cattie j the, plant. When- there is reason to
hood. i that South Florida was not adaptedto I believe that th has bc-cn exposu'reto
stock 're
I to the ranch will be made -- t:
Be Christian.
Education general farm crops, but in Manatee -
about January 1st. the poison, reported] washing: wtih
: If one doubts that civilization is |I county there is a corn /field of five ,
warm water and strongly alkaline Just Little Prices
Shade in the Desert <
I epirit and not material, let him read I hundred acres which promises to yield Work has started on the new roa the history of the nations who want- sorry fifty bushels per rcre. Most from Eau Gal lie to the Banana river. There that ,
IV ed nothing but were great with all t anything can be raised if the people When completed if will be hard sur- ill cases is of-no ivy remedy poisoning, and will in cur severe .. I. I II > ._. _.-.L __ .-._-_,_.- ___ -j- t.A(t.,
r bodily comforts and luxuries, but j:i will go at it in the right way. FlorIda 1 faced. physician shouldbe
1 t where decadence was cure and certain j can produce enough poultry alone cases con- I "IF IT'S NOT GOOD
) for the want of true knowledge to make her rich, and what could I I RETURN IT" ;;
of God and the power of spiritual life. j I not say more of 'other industries not
No civilization looking towards material yet mentioned but I must l leave these TOTaylor's >
1 ] ends only has or can find in- for. you to think on. Many think that
centive or inspiration for the highest Florida lands are too high but they SATURDAY'CLEANUP
development of life nor yet for !Hs are not as high as they will be. It is Cash :\
i maintenance upon a high lain.I Ito me tragic to think of the native Grocery
The Germans and Frencfi illustrate Floridian whose forbears have owned
J what education can and will do in large tracts of land and selling have '
b one or two generations. They learn- left their children landless end will PHONE 250
ed from the Romans tho effectiveness thus die not being able to own a piece {
of-discipline, the power of the train- of land in their native state. Young Prices. : subject to change in 6 days. V
ed few over the untrained masses ., ,
men, get you some Florida dirt and '
Slowly and -surely they begun a pro- take root in it. You will make far > ?;
1 tegs of education,' which ]liasmade better citizens and. will have an in- SALE !l

them not only steady' but willing par- heritanrc to hand down) to your pos' .,...
"' ticipants in the greatest and most terity. l-

cruel war tho world hall ever known; I want you to hear and remember
1 ,r and if by any accident these two I went to stamp it upon your be.1djllnd I
i i great powers had become allied the heart, that when Florida has =AT:

whole earth would be feeling the 'come tr her own it will have oe<*'i
; r hock of battle as it is not now pos ,I thrttigh her schools and her churches
sible.] It is nly a matter of a -
generation > Florida has been and js today er/
r k under favorable conditions to as few states have ever beon.
'rl '' transform from the Neal image I rloited ,
j or we know how much money MiFlaglor
d have to that which is set before us made from his investments
And held there. We all know that the and ruilding!' in Florida, but he will Smith'sShoe Call 'Phone
period of adolescence io very susceptible I>-e put down! in history ui one of (tin
and easily yield' to in fluence.
y I ids K nefactors. He WI. >t ..lIldI .-
The Small College.
1 I and not an iconoclast or an exploiterof
Many parents and pupils have a i|, Florida's wealth. When he died I II
mistaken idea as to the college ort he left the state vastly) richer in ma-
school to be selected; thinking often I terial things( than he found it, I am
that the larger and richer the institution !I at least fairly familiar wit:, the problems \ to
the surer the benefit which and outlook of the church in the
will accrue to them. For mOlt this state, and what is true concerning 1 -
dt is a mistake, especially vhcn the pupil j distinctive leadership as above men-
has not reached his or her maJority tioned, is also true of the church, and
t' The pupil on beginning his college 'perhaps the state is suffering more
It life has no need, MOIc:>'n lie mike for want of great leaders/ in her Store
line of much that I i- .offeicdy, \ the churches than at any other point. It
great schools; is not ivuly, ; for what is. not material wealth that Florida ii

c the school offers, but, on the other wants, she has that in abundance, it's ,
: t hand is really M v.llowi'd up by 1ts' men that's needed. Big men, solid
bigness. I h':v" kin v.II )0,! men men, dependable men ; not men who
; splendid and useful> ..eel l Irkre: ; :in aspire i to leadership for the glory of
their rural I hone clinn i.?.- love to it, or for what they may gain thereby I
:, the city and l join tli, I 'l: Loch and 1 but trained men with vision,
I were oi-t! v. sn> i mti i In-IK'" of a.:"ain. whose souls are stirred wtih the pos I Saturday. Aue. 19
What the pupil ni-< d- n." t i inut. to i ii sil,"iliti-"s of achievements and will
i f be filled with knowk-ilKc' of tni,, urthat give themselves unselfiishly for ser
i but inspiration; like 1'aul tit vice. "So the
Athens, to be 'ipi'it -In id!, and this Yes it will lx a sacrificial life to I J ,, I II People May, Know"The
will com by the tot. It .of the life of be sure; there will be ]lonely walkingand
the pupil with tli.-i a i-f the great life many battles, in order to )blaze
\ or lives of the institutions Tliis will the way for the great multitude which I I
: be much more eerily doer' in the/ life is to come after, and traveling the I| Ladies' Small Sizes 3 and 4 Dollar Values Saturday $1.00 Valley Gazettes; desire in to
print all the
a of small college.? : Then fie, chances ,blazed way shall come to their own. news the time, but
n .w; of leadership will h<> greater in the The leaders must have a sense of responsibility unless Items are sent in by phone
mall s..hooland; closer) co'it.ict< 1 with to rood and their fellowman QIILDRtNS' SIIOfS-Any pair in Store at Half Price. School card It all.or 'letter we cannot hope' to get
; If you know of
y' "+ the student life, which will mean and you will not get this unselfish ; any Item of
y much to the pupil; in all the after I."d'rsflip, a ve through tie school news The Valley Gazette will be very
I ,..l years. Many more things concerningthe and Christianity. May God help the starts in a few days and the kids will have to have them.. glad to print it,

place of small college could be young men of the congregation to fit !I Club. Society

J Bald if Florida time would and Her allow.Future. their''themselves state, for their the fellowo highest and service for God.for I Large numbers of Men's Shoes. Large Sizes at greatly reduced .School coming notes back; people Lodge going, Church away or or

/ 'i ; marriages, deaths
\ I wish in cloning to word I or
; f\ now say a births" items .
i about our own state; her future ami, prices. concerning visitors, 9
SEND IT IN. building operation
1 real estate deals
opportunities to all. For more than 1 I neighbors
moving in or going out, and
j twenty years.! have tried to get our If vou have a bit of news, in fut anything>f hat will make
g people to see the Florida that is to be'l I Send it in. SHOf POLISHlOc BOXES [fOR 25c. Valley Gazette more interesting (to its
r but many have not and do not Or a joke that will amuse readers.
\ .MO it. They will one day but it willtthen Send it .
k. in. .
be too late for them to have a. I A story that is true, EVERYTHING: IN T STORE: A BAR- The V"ller Gazelles motto Is: "So

band end reap the benefits An' incident that'i new" the People May Know," and to that ,
t. .1 , -.W'be19II.tbcre':: a land over which / We want to hear from you! GAIN FOR THIS DAY ONLYSith's end we ask your cooperation."HelpusboostKissimmee". -
;+ ; -ao ntuuiy( :battle hare been fought! and Send it In. .
; 'eflags floated Florida ia destined to +

becomone; of O ., greatest states in,4theP' Will your story make u* ]laugh, .
-know that nl-. -
'\ ,.DoJI'OII Send it in.
t r; uJltOEl' school s com* with their Send along a paragraph,
and."faculty to Florida i Send it (n. .
Vie' tor mat of jts school term bemuse of Never mind about your style,
'!:Jt!"climatic, condition Many lituI 1 If it's only worth the while] Shoe Store ,
!.., elects who would not b4i able to prosUznato : And will make the reader smile ,
I esuit.' iutet.less'iavorad Send it in.Exchange. i
''good and lull
't can
'.. x': work: andirtun;'eu4 of; the I The f.rmere'' of .St.. John 'county .!. :.. O" : ..
term J with improved h JtJir'It,,wiUy j have commenced to.. cat their hay and r

!' ; .. ,,tb..m,, +ayfy ,,U it ,isnoa.aII,, 'the s harvest N will. ., soontbs in S :A. T tT .I :X) ,I Y'6',1i' -- ""! . ,,
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j' if .JL I WC.T; U COLUMN: I ,Loyalty to Home Institutions. Military'(Methodist'Academy) at Sutherland at Jacksonville: F1m.i;.ida St.College '

Leo: ''(Catholic), at. St. LAO; Ir',stopped the paper; tea I hare..' ,

' .. By W.. A. McRAECoi, n taetoaer, i 'of Agriculture. :. Central Florida Normal Normal College Institute Dade Madison City; 1 didn't like to do It ' h
Members'of tb'Unlon
please'bear But the editor he got too .marts r
In .mind. the date of next meeting, . .. compare worthily with the best ofany And I allow hell rue It,., f r r
in the land
L Friday, Aoguat'25 '8:30 p. m.... Sos e- If "Buy sit Homo" I*.. rood.slogan. America: and Europe., and. have annually evident in the.scores work of of eachis ,1 am a man who pays any debts, ,.

G VIJ" thing of...moment will le presented. what's tho matter with.". ttend.Flor- taught in i great schools.' There< are men ,and women who win records young of And will not be insulted "
OVE Quite a,number wore out of town at Ida Schools- \ '" i roots of reference. On e ory' possible baring .been :faithful and Intelligent So when the editor gets smart'
our last meetingMrs.. Van Duxer. in Just at thin time catalogs of schools topic In"'the libraries of Florida in their studies, each going forth fully 'I want, to,, consulted.; ,1)lI
GARDEN ':&. FIELD St. Petersburg.M.... McPhatter away located in-distant states are .''being schools.. Every facility known to educatIon equipped with first aid. needs in
'<{ for- tho remainder of the summer; the studied ,by, ;-arent&.1n, various parts is available. beginning the battle of life. And with .took 'the,PI1'pel'ievon years
QUESTIONS/ ANSMTHIID' IMMeDIATELY corresponding secretary also absent.; of Florida with,,a ;view .it sending The 'courses .of study ,I are comprehensive their mental equipment they know And helped him all I dunninl could sir, ,
"Mf MAIL their children +o soota of these Car and complete; But when it comes to me
M.O.PRANGB. DEIT! KoL I didn't think he "
rrt LToaMetFUTILrreaCoMam All white ribboners win be glad to away' instltutieas. Young men who contemplate professional would sir. '.
.:.& iUOV r know that during these torrid daysthere Children cf Florida psjrants will life by attending our home But that he did and you can bet
JACKSONVILLB. Fu*.. is a pleasant little prohibition leave in & few weeks to resume their schools, make the ,acquaintance and Constipation U the starting point It made me hot as thunder;

r. BREAK. breeze blowing down on the Mexican: studies in (distant schools: the job ofatalog win the friendship of hundreds of for many, serious dSJsooses. To be I. the"Ill stop that sheet, I wilt '
WIND !border, caused by flutterinjr f'ans ; studying having buM coraleted others who are to become the future healthy keep, tha bowels: active: \ and If doggone thing goes under.
I notice that the new growth even sent from Nationalthe.tional W. C. T. U. last year or the year before. men of affairs in Florida. At schoolin regular. HE BIN will remove all I hunted the editor
on tho east side of the trees is blown headquarters to the membera of our There are good schools in other I Virginia Tennessee or Kentucky, And fer up his
f', so.that the' branch.' growing tx>. National of whom with those ccumulationft lb>. the bowels and put cunnin'ccaperI
Guard many are tales, bat tlie" are no bettor thanwe means an acquaintance paid him 'LEVEN and !
j ward the west. Tho 'tree are not In the hospitals.The have in Florida. There may be whom the Florida boy may never the system in prim condition. Price Yes rir .1 years the quit '
stopped ;
'y "broken or torn but if thoy keep on like general offices last week had larger buildings and more students in i meet again. The coming young men 50c. Sold: by- t .:eels Pharmacy. I paper.-Ex. 4!I
I that they will be one tided. Would one thousand fans sOt: to El Paso ho schools cf more populous stotes, of Florida graduates of Florida Colleges f
;... you suggest a wind break or will the For use of the state militia In the but the 'opportenitu.s for acquiring have common interest in each ;' .1

\Jbranches some back to place as they hospitals and wherever they may be tnowledge) are Just as rood as Gaines other. C. A. CARSON; President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary. 1
ill STOW longer and thicker If a wind needed. ville. Tallahassee, .. ). .ncl. Winter Conditions are different in different
rbreak. what kind Park, Lake City ,Sutherland. Tampa, states. Tho laws Are different. Crop. .
Answer-We would certainly advise Department of Work Among Soldim. Orlando Jacksonville and other and material resources differ. Manufacturing The Waters & Carson J
: your getting a wind break startd Sailors and Marines x>ins in Florida as at schools we interests are different. ,
o I if the trees are co exposed to ) f, could name In other states. Distance Therefore the neod of young men and
winds, as to blow tho branched all on (Miss Ella Hoover Ttmchor.) however seems to lend enchantment. women of a state being educated in I

"I one side of the tro, for young I The last appeal published in "Our Boys and girls who leave Florida their own state in whatever' may be ;
; branches are going to grow exactlyas Signal" for aid for our tick soldiers and spend years away from the home their bent uid ct the same brass familiarize -
they are placed. There are a groat have received hearty response and state form acquaintances: whom they themselves with all phasesof Grocery Company y
manv things to use for a wind break; many letters have also come from must leave behind when they return life in a commonwealth: in which
camphor trees, eucalyptus, bamboo, state presidents' and state superintendents comparative strangers to their own they are to play a part. This will not "' fi
4 1 and others. This will add attractionto in answer to the' communication community. Whatovor th.. calling is be an-easy matter if the character. -
your place rather thus disfigure\ it. sent them by your superinten that may be contemplated by boy or forming period is spent in a distant Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ,

'". dent. Indeed so cheering and helpful girl, it Is bettor to get a knowledgeof region.The. ,
CATERPILLARS-VELVET BEANS have been too replies from tho state it among the people they expectto catalogs of the Florida State

.What will kill caterpillars! on velvet presidents that much encouragement I live with. University at Gainesville: the Florida GROCERIES A
beans is felt. Our first duty and privilege No one can question the ability of Women's College at Tallahassee;
Answer-ArsenaUs of lead. The foliage is to provide grape juice end electric the teachers at the Florida State Uni- the Stetson University (Baptist) at
of velvet: beans in very tender fans for the hospitals. Your superintendent Florida State College DeLand; Rollins College (Congregational -
and this must be used dilute. One- has arranged to purchase for Women, and our other Universities ) at Winter Park; Columbia .,..
half pound arsenate of lead paste and theso supplies at wholesale prices and CoU ges. Some are graduates College (Baptist) at Lake City; Pal- 00004000004 000 .
one quart lime-nulpliur solution in and the means v/Hi whkh to nay for of great schools of learning ;in mer College (Procbyterian) ct DeFu- 4 4400000000000000 0 0 O

fifty gallons water is the spray rac- them should be sent through the .
channels of the state and National - ? ..
ommended\ by Prof. Watson, who says proper 4 O -
the eat rpitlcn bacome.( sick so they organization HAY"" e 0 e
cease feeding; nt once though they do Many are asking:; "Shall we do our 1
not die under 'wenty-four hours. work Wv reply through IA. *the'VA.Red give Crocs throw Society'h your A Quarter Century of Popularity 4 GRAIN O ., .

own organizntitn." We have 'less red 4 O < FURS' 0

What RUST kind of spray material can I tape and communication your superintendent with nriay Is officers Indirect Recorded By Ideal Fertilizers I 4 FERTILIZERS. .. *. WOOL . .. 4M

and scMo? I .
use for both rust mite and not a penny of our money 4 SHINGLES .
want to get. the M both nt one "kill- will be wast4: cr used unwis ly. 4 s> .O 0 AND ;
ing?" States desiring!/ to provide special Ask any Old Timer who has made profitable fruit and field ORANGE BOXES. .
Answer-There is no combined 1'8 ef- gifts of chocolate, stationery com- crops for twenty-five years what fertilizer he uses, and he will say: 0 ALL 1
and scale cpray that fully Fort bags, etc., should send direct to 4 ORANGE WRAPS.VEGETABLE . .
fective. Ths rtanclard -ust nutesprry "IDEAL." 0 COUNTRY t
their own troops but notification-/ 4 ,
-\lin.esulpl.u175 kills extremely such gifts should be given to your *uperintefldent 4 CRATES . .
young scales and the miserblo who will gladly supply Ideal Fertilizers have been popular v/ith successful growers fora O : PRODUCE .

oil spray for scale of the control rust mile kills,, all necessary information. This i is quarter century because they have produced satisfactory results. 4 CRATE NAILS 0 .,
quite a per centr-fre the hour when the National Christian .
but in neither cast is-: it t real con Temperance Union cnn show its Interest This is convincing proof of the merits of Ideal formulas. 44 0000000 . 0000 I . 0 0000 40 0 . ,4
trol. Lime sulphur must not be mixed
in our nation's dcfendcrn.;
with miscible oil 1,' but the soda effe.tIve sul- I There is also great need for aU A Formula for Every Crop '
phur solution is not nearly as kinds of good reading matter. Barrel
againnt rut mite as the lime- and boxes of magazines, ., 'We tell field and garden seed of all kind .* ,

sulphur. We would advice thcsd that troubles you should be sent at once addressed tChaplain < Found in Ideal FertilizersYears Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. ;

do your spraying for J. T. Axton taro Colone Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. .:;i

separately Hasbrouck 20th Infantry El Paso, We for good fertilizers. Askew for circular and pric* '
Tn as. Express on all such package of experience have equipped us to prepare formulas especially are county agents :f
must beprepaid. Otto I for in the South. We have all the an / ;. I
kill maiden any crop grown .
Please tell me how to We are among the first to undertake .
cane. I have come good muck land the work 'of rendering assistance potash our customers require. -- -- --, ;-I

that is constantly overrun with It to our troops. Let us be promp

from the! lake margin. erad in responding to the call. Your yield in grove, garden and field will be increased and crop Eugene C. Bryan. Press A. ". Bryan. ,.Vks Prca. J. U Bvter, S cy.Ir.... 'f'
Answer-Tho best method for Sea Side Park, N. J. ,
it quality will be improved( by using/ Ideal. Old Timers and NewComers
icating maiden cane is to keep N. B. Special stationery has ben: :
closely cut.. Do nofallow\ it to go to printed by this department for thi use Ideal season after season because it pays.
seed and you will And the amount work. Orders sent to me will be i 4
very greatly reduced tho; next season promptly filled. Join our free information club .. Our specialists are \ *

and the root development particular t>.
Tell about problems.We
at disposaL u. your crop
of your
ly lesssened. It la at the My Conscience. '
los omlng that the root growth be. Sometimes nr.j' Conscience, says he, can help you. Write for our catalogue and free ;;
most vigorous so the grass "Don't know meT"
comes .
should be kept chort. After you have And I, says I, skeered through and booklets.Wilson Realty Company {
tried this method Cor a year you can through."Of Bry :
plow very shallow and cultivate the course I'do. & Tpomer Fertilizer Co.
foots out so that most of theo will You are a nice chap ever' way, Offices on Broadway, Kissimmee, !,
-b e sun-killed. Plant the land to some I'm here to'say! .
crop which has vigorous growth. You make me cry you make me' ', Manufacturer,of Ideal Fertilizers.i '' Opposite Graystone. Hotd* ">> ;., ,

I' -.Velvet smothering beans the are'grave most out.efficient If you'fn And- .away-'all of> them, good*.tUngs' pmt-. DfaleraMn% FratlUzer Materials., Spraying Implements., and InsectiCA. : ' i' "- <, : '' .',:' .I:, -,. :

r 4lant cultivated you will That is at Where'do :::>'- s !H.!:> se'al'"I', ; > ; 'vfi cMtZ.Jf i $a ' .. ; ,. .. l.Y" '\ .. .. : f
to tome crop night. you stayDuring ; .t r! .,i.;, j _, _v ; '. ,1. \, .tl.. ,,"", t'' .f '"I,\" .:t .
close watch for any ,. ', .. ..:.t'
the ? ; '
of course, keep day "If' r (":",t "" \. :,. '?ri'' ; ,'
'w little shoots that get started before Jacksonville, Florida ,
the covers the ground. And then my Conscience" : cave onc't .' t
crop more, .* Orasrg. GTM S, Timber '.... We ray Taxes far Nea f. s

EGGS OF LACE WING FLY. "You know me--shore T" C.uJe.dIM., Cavalry mat Meats sad. Ad as Owner's ;

What is the growth on the field Uf on-of "Oh"You're, yes,jee" says a. 1 saints, a-tremblin faint Cky Pr...arty Agents f.. Rental. IVsa.rt>.',
closed. Looks like' a tiny
Your ways is also holyrightI
grain.AnswerTho. cluster love you better ever' night .
Is M -- - -
of from the"growth"lace wing fly ti whichIn You come around-'tel plumb daylight ....... ... .. .0000..0000..0..0.0.. .... .-. .-. . i
larval is the grower's S. "
the Etogo R. FLOYDDealer
the "aphis- When you air out o' lgobtl"!
friend. It is then l.
lion". because of its mvcnous appetite And then my Conscience ii?rt o' grits FOR SALE OR TRADE'l.I
other soft bodied In
for aphids anti His teeth, and spits '
insects. These < g from on the'stpmBO On his two hands, and grabs of I
insects which
might a protection set thorn. The stem is formedby Some course old remorse Groceries, Ha.y, Grain and Feed Attractive, Modern Dr. Carson's Residence: Ji

a discharge prsc-xJinsr the egg And brats mo with tho big!/ butt-end Corner Sproull Avenue and Church Street. ,
oxooced to the air, .
which hardens r.s 0' that thin?-'tel my closest friend "
and thus the 1.ard pedestal. 'Ud hardly know no. "Now," says he,, Corner Broadwa and Dakin Ave. : .
'Be keerful as you'd orlo be <
Ploore: send standar! U. S. Government And allus think o' mo!"
formula for whitefly in which ,James Whitcomb' Riloy ,n Century. Try Us on Your Next Order For Peed Will sell on Terms if desired. This is an I
Octacen soap. fa Diamond
they use
PnrafTine oil all t'): fame :;tr-, nth? '[REDUCING FIRE RISK I exceptional opportunity. I
28 I
Paraffins oildegro
AnBwt'r-Dinrnond WITH SKIM MILK t
; ;
's Raume-2 gallor.3./ I
pounds. I .' :';'1
Fish oil or OcUgon/ : soap, I ,
Heat the mixture to bjil nl1:, red l Instead of feeding skim milk to the ,\:' ::::''' ::'::::]t.I., Address Quick f.
it in the ''' \
-,nd by farmers
emulsify with a h purnn pump- I hogs may use manufacture -
ing the material I while still tat from I of a fire-resistant covering !
toe kettle to a bnrrel and from the I for building purposes, eopecially shingles .1.1'C'
Tlvs; makes CHAS. P. DOW Orlando Florida i
first barrel -o another. according to Ernest McCulloughof fi:
200 gallons of sprny. Chicago a fire protection engineer I .
Pir.ffine oil is a standard for the cement industry. .
product Diamond and you will note in all the Mr. McCullough says a mixture of .... ....... .. . .....0..0.. . ...... ........ . .... ....

government formulas *ne gallon of cement and ordinary Ane sand in a '-. _
this oil is used to ach ore hundred paste is effective as a fire-retardant the directors of .. .0000000.00.0000000..000000000.0000000.000..00. . .
of complete sprny. preparation for shingles, but it has compose
the difficulty that the wood sand and absorbs the Citizens Bank of Kiss e Annual Mountain i i
RUST MITE.I the water and the dry cement t i and SeashoreEXCURSION
soda-sulfur with blew away. As skim milk is the simmee. They seek in t "'' .
have) been using medium used to hold intact the pigments -
oil spray, l-6 which has been strong in cold-water paint, so by using f1
enough: to burn thb new foliage; skim milk without water the integrity every way to look after I
slightly!/ and yet it docs not oeem effectively of the paste is assured 2
Whatdo the best' interest of the
dispose of rust mite. This use of skim milk in the preparation -
you suppose is the trouble? of certain paints has long
t g' ,
undoubtedly Bank and its .
was depositors
Answer been known, to the trade aa a trade VIA
caused by some .rop oil, secret. Now it is given out to the

I not the soda-sulfur. Soda-sulfur near as is general! public so that any farmer can Accounts large and Atlantic Coast Line
to be anywhere
not supposed cover his own farm buildings with a
good for control of runt mitAt as lime- fire-retardant paint made from skim small are invited
Lime-sulfur used at the rate Standard Railroad of the South
tlulfu1' milk from his own farm, together
gallon 83 degrees Baume with cement and fine sand. It also
Sulfur to 75 gallons of water makes a water-proofing paint.-Man

1.not only/i the adult houldalso mites l 1 but have the ufacturer's Record. Washington. D. C. $22,80 Rkkaona, Va. $20.80

.Your: 011 1 spray s recommended Norfolk Vs.. -. $20.80 Atlamtk City N. J. $27.80
ed, fey though it is never Teething babies always have a hard I s {

as a rust mite so reduces time of It when this process: occurs In ROUND TRIP RATES FROM JACKSONVILLE

rust mlto when tgreatlyMlessofor n hot weather. They not only have to .
scale or whitefly, as W N. C. 12 5 .
T of these insactn. contend with., painful puns but the SUPERIOR SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT O'.tta..t.T. ., $14.00
the damage
stomach is) disordered, bowels loose Wiartesi-Saless, M. CHt 14.25 Mea earl<, T.u., $1S2S ,

Sallow complexion: comes from bit- and the body' uncomfortable. The Sprian,. ., Va., . 18.75 Majs eta Car, Ky., $ILZOt '

bus impurities In liver the blood and bowd and the-- best help you can give the little sufferer ARTHUR E. DONEGAN, Prescient t _Kuatka. Y4! ; .. 16.50 I d tm, 1:,., . $14.25

" fault lies with the medle1ne. that is McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR: ,It y TICKETS SOLD, AUG. 23rd, LIMIT SEPT. 8th. ,
ihey are torpid. The cools .nd PAUL K. WEAVER Caatier.iII r
....' In such cases II HER- corrects sour, stomach roi ,TK>KarrB on wma IN4T1ON., OAU. ON A. O. u noxsrr AOBNT.OSI r
gives results tlmulant quiets the bowels and helps diges A.W. fIITOT. D. ra A. j.c, KIRKLA'D. o.r. A.llrL.ewiblla .. !
l .
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"' BINE. Primer Sold tion. Price 26c and riO<<, per bottle. T. .r. } -
and bowel .
Sold by Osoeola. Pharmacy. .
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_ "::rr -The Kissimmee. Valley Gazette Seems to us it is enough /for Lakeland to' be "tin* sixth: months 01 service August IsU;, 'The complete-! - J ,.....0""OJ...

commercial center or capital of Florida's. .most famous organization has been in existence only' four and a

orallse''belt region. There are money. and half months of this time as the. secretary took,officeon I SAID ABOUT .KlSSIMMEE. :

.& .., ......._ Br.rrOtf ........y. glory enough in that. Your qualifying 'about"i March 20th. : .
&< !. Vstllvr (,1_". B........ K'--_ VI.. ve. an' opening to back out like a kind and > I.
t you "In new business brought to Orlando in new AND OSCEOLA, COUNTY : :

W. B. HARRIS ANDE... G. VANS AO.MEW Owarr. *. loving neighbor should. Do so. Have a heart I and desirable ;residents interested in the work accomplished ,

III. 11I.:.A1JGLIII. E..... ... !'I..1re Give somebody1 else a chance., You KNOW Kissimmec for the civic welfare and in the awakening 1
_ _ .
t a asassa SaSa_ . .AA..A. A.. aSS. _SSSSpSSSSSSppppsa. ._ . .
. . . . . -
is the ideal capital-city site, anyhow. of the new civic consciousness, the board 01trade' -- - .y-- --- ----- -- u.'.

.. rI.tI.. ....... _. baa in this brief period accomplished "Machinery is now 'bein,. 'Installed hey Gawtte,..commAnthi* ou strawberC: '8 8ry
On. On Y... __,_....... .... tI.&O more
On. Copy.Copy. Six Months_.........--...-..-_-_. = 1.UO ONLY ONE' FLORIDA-VALUE OF ITS ADVER. than the average board of trade could show in full at the Tucker Woodtcx brick factor/I I culture mention. the success of
i ; On. COPY. Thre Months......-)ft.I )._.___...._.. .16 USED FAME.A a and the president 'stated1' yesterdaythat one grower as follows: .),fr.. Howell '
year. If the board will stand united for the furtherance '
the operation of the plant wouldbe I picked in round numpero 12,0% quars-
All .communication, except from our authorised. -I- of the work, a most remarkable showing of( started about August 20,"' says 'of strawberries off his two acre plafflr
correspondent. must be' signed by the writer. Years a go I'some' world traveler designated Florida actual achievements based on real results without I the Kissimmee Valley Gazette. "The I during the season just closed and Bold''" .

Rejected(or.Entered. matter. will not ba, returned unlesscalled as "the Italy of America." 1 the customary: "hot air" trimmings will be chronicled machinery is to be installed on concrete I them for aboit 1500. He had an ex. \

He meant it as a compliment. It was a testimonial at the close of the bases and the plant will be one pense'of about $600 in tending and
31st. "
I ( In'the Postoftlce' In Klsilmmee, Florida. year on January of the most substantial in Florida. picking the crop and 'netted about .
of his. of the climatic and scenic ..
", appreciation "From the standpoint of dollars and the is $900. lie out
ss second dais. matter.) cents, The Valley Gazette urging some paid .$296 for plckln: .
charms of the Land of Flowers. board of,, trade has, in this brief period, accomplished special celebration of the event, be. alone., and over $100 for baskets. The .

/ t FRIDAY AUGUST 18; 1916. __ Yet his compliment fell short-it was inade results which will place in'circulation in the ,loving that the starting of work at I 1 charges for freight, commissions and]' 'I'"
For Florida is NOT "the Italy of America." this new industrial plant will mean fertilizer make up the rest of the ex-
of Orlando
city at least times much "
Don't divide Florida 1 seven as money i great deal to Kisaimmcc. "It pense. -St. Augustine Record. '
I -: :- FLORIDA IS SUPERIOR TO ITALY. from outside sources as the complete total of the seems sure to become one of Kiociin-! -+- I t. J

Let Alabama have the SIX western counlie. Florida's'natural wealth pf land and sea, its climatic dues pledged to the" board, of trade for this year. mee's largest: industries" declares: the One thouand head of catljfe 'were i.

4 I advantages. its coolihg breezes 'its pleasing "One of the most notable achievements. in thir 'newspaper, "and some special attention -i!'shipped from Kissimmee last week to "j
theSt. Louis market. Florida
: :- should he give'l tho opening=', : of' Grower. -
its verdure its abundance of
Make peninsular Florida the state and Kissim- scenery evergreen line was the work which resulted in inducing H. C. the plant."-Florida 1 .
bird life, its accessibility for land and ocean travel Schrader & Company to move headquarters from -e- I th1"t
: .. wee the capital. and traffic, its historical associations--all these have Jacksonville bringing to Orlando business total- The Montgomiy Advertiser says | Except for that there ifft'
-: : a thdt Alabama would glady purchase 'no brick roads in Osceola county east
world renowned.
made this
j Then we'll absolutely promise to bulkhead Lake state ling well over $3,000,000 a year and a payroll aqgregating -'several West Florida counties and annex I of St. ClouJ to blow up
and build boulevard. I Florida's vast resources of material wealth. its over fifty thousand dollars a yea President them to the State' territ ory. .the following frorn ho Flor
Tohopekaliga a lack of rugged topography its more equable climate. Dow and Director Giles formed the committee There are citizens living in West Florida ida Grower is O. K."A brick
,I' -- ' -- :Its more favored geography-these make it superiorto handling this matter." who would favor the proportion'road east of St. Cloud in Osceola <
Ahd we'll leave enough room along the lakefront for the reason: that the West FloriJn county, Mew up with a report like a

Jor ,the new slate buildings and design beautiful -. Italy. : : coast towns would, I icccivc greater : fifteen inch shell last week. So saysthe ,.
j in Florida. Florida'sLreees
Snow falls in Italy--not St. Cloud Tribune and it
GET US RIGHT, BROTHER STRAUB. I consideration in the matter of harbor must be
grounds. always. are cooling- not so in Italy.. Florida's - appropriations. For expmph' Apnlacrricola -' so, though it roads: like utter nonisensc. .
: -- : I t ,
nights are cool or pleasant-not so an Italy. bay. ni'\ the mouthof I explanation ;Is 'expansion,. ;
.. Kissimmee is always in the limeligKt of publicity No jagged mountains rugged hills impede the Brother Straub, of the St. Petersburg Times, the one of the fireKt river;, in 'the country -i I due to heat and that does not ix- '

in'. Florida. The recent strawberry movement / ) or living example of the fact that there are exception hag iwvcr received from Congress 'plain Ht all. Looks like some one had
otherwise in
traveler in Florida-it is Italy. "
Clark Howell all has a junt: ofair consideration ii the it in for the brick trust.
end of and to rules become less
)las attracted no attention who discerning since he I
Florida affords boundless room for those matter of harbor appropriat'ons'! and
and S. T. Fansler. the pioneer strawberry growers I would expend dynamic energy. Also for those who proved to be one editor who could pull down a political he argument is mode that were AT ClU'RCH NEXT SUNDAY.

have received stacks of letters from parties in all would enjoy the pleasure and ease of dolce far plum in the shape of a nice, juicy postoffice Franklin county transferred to Ala. I f

, sections of the state asking information. land of dreams and landof job. I bama a state owning but one port I "If I knew you and you knew ran
niente. It is at once a a of entry, Apnlachicola bry would soon How little trouble there
: :- He takes the Valley Gazette to task as fallows: would be!
). work-a land of the summer sea and a land of J become a busy port bristling with We pass each other on the street, j
I The Sebring White Way shows an up-to-date commerce. Naugle. of the Kisiimmee Valley Gazette, ships of air nations.-Apalachicola But just come out and let us mot "-
spirit in a recent special edition. picturing the beauties Times. At church next Sunday. .
Yet there are Floridians who would divide and seems playing for votes \in upper and western ;
L of that growing little city. Sebring is forging her disrupt and confuse. and probably partially destroy. Florida for his burg. for the state capital by vi\ Do It .New_Stra. berrie "Each one intends to do what's fair,
< to the front rapidly and like all good cities division. Clark Howell, not of G orgil'.. I but lI l-
j I the economic advantages that lie in this renown- liantly opposing state Poor judgment. \ I And treat his neighbor on tha -
is being heralded to the world by a good of Kissimmee o successful strawberry .
y progress nothing of historical and sentimental associations though-very poor. Better boost for the state square; '
11' grower of that place is rttcmpting to But he
newspaper. and accrued throughout four centu- of South Florida. and then after the capital] may not quite understand
ties-- go perfect an organization there for the I Why you don't take him by tha
-: :- ries. of that-although we ourselves desiring to be growing of the delicious red fruit, hand ,

: The Lakeland Telegram speaks thusly of our These would-be state disrupters would add to .on the band-wagon are supporting Lakeland." which brings home the mon y from At church next Sunday.
own W. J. Fripp: "Our idea of nothing to do would the frozen north when fnr nature is
:?: ",>, be to have time to write thos Austin or Fripp letters state taxation approximately 50 per cent annuallyto You fail to get the. idea, Mr. Straub. smiling in Florida. "This world is !sure a busy place.

in the Tampa At rate state taxes and at least $25,000 annually to Certainly we cannot be accused of trying to get Mr. Howell points to his own i-x- And wo must. hustle in the race.
: we see printed papers. any ,the national government's expenses. by creating two votes from West Florida in ,perience, which was, in round numbers For social hours some are not free
,; ::; Hethrington had time ,to read them and thas! more pocket handkerchief states out of historic FLOR our state capital cam- 12,000 quarts of strawberries ofT The six week days but all should bAt & 'J

: than some of us have. paign.Why. his two acre plat during the ."'a. on church next Sunday. .
.1. IDA. I man. we want to give. sell. trade or bar just closed and sold thcm for about
'.r". Presidential Candidate-; -Hughes President Timely indeed. are the remarks of the Orlando ter away the six western counties. We're dickeringwith $1500.: Ho had an expense of about "We have an interest in our town. '
says The ricer old
place must not
$600 in tending unoi picking tlu go
Citizen, whicji says : Alabama to lake 'em and allow have crop
I to
Murderer iluerta us down
Wilson should have recognized as ;
would like and netted nboj. $900. He 1 out
\ i President of Mexico. Thus Mr. Hughes endorses Things the Tampa Times to cut only peninsular Florida, of >which we are the natu- $29t(; for picking alone, and over $100) We want to push good things along
I" by assassasmation. Also-he shows out of Florida Facts advertised all over the ral geographical cent r. for baskets. The charges for freight And .w:? cn: help some if we're"
\ '
". government world :' We could hardly be accused of trying to commissions and fertilizer make: op'J' strong |1
his with foreign speculators inS Mex" get '
; sympathies are the of the At church next Sunday. S
than other rest
"Florida has coast expense.
more sea any
votes when them Alabama.
and the of Mexico's e- we want to give to 'I
{: ice against great masses Zolfo offer's as'good nn opportunity
state in the union. "Don't knock and kick and slam and
ploited people. Be fair with us, Brother Straub. even if you are for the strawberry culture as any section -
c .:
"Florida has the finest harbor (Pensacola) slap
". enlisted under Lakeland's banner. of Florida and better thin many At
of far outhern state. where the berry is cultivated everybody on map
anv now |
'f read throughout Florida -- ." But push and Dull and boost
That the Gazette is widely ; with
\ "Florida; has diversity in soil and profitable success. -
"., j 4 and that Kissimmee's activity in any line is greater and ORTHODOX. HETERODOX OR PARADOX I Acreage phntec'now would have I boom
of the semi-tropic And
products. temperate use the
the is I fruit for rhipmcnt January, when up standing room
t II watched by the press of state apparent every - At church next
than other state. ) Sunday.
:\ r l week. More publicity is given Osceola county and tropical"Florida zones railroad any mileage extends from the Sometimes our doubts; alternate as to whetherthe good combination prices prevail.A of. soil, shipping facilities -The Scottish Chronicle. \
Gazette week editor of the Pensacola is orthodox
Kissimmee through the Valley Journal
every or
of the and certainty o' good market
; I western line of Alabama to Jteys A VOTE OF THANKS.In .
:.. ; than il given any other city in Florida of the same heterodox but there-fs no doubt that he is paradox. exist here and now is the chance to

"; t, d size and importance in the state of Florida. gulf;"Florida citizens scattered all over the state Behold what be writes in commenting on Richmond's grab a winner for the coming season. Anysortof village there was held
-Zolfo Springs Truth.
.\ : *- (Va.) enforcement strict Sabbath observance one summer night
fIi \ a I* are assembled many of .them front the north -+- A convention of the people: there
i:' ; Congressman Sears. known hereabouts as "Our arTd west Florida stock: who are among the : Concerning state division the Kis I were speeches neat and bright

i'i": .,. Joe. appeared in the line-up of the Democratic ball finest people of the south." "In Pensacola.,. Sunday observance is notoriously simmee Gazette says: "The preslofthe fn appreciation hearty of the men

,''L team which .was defeated by the Republican con- "Florida's historical interest in story and lax; but! better: this than excess in goodness. Letus state has something new to fuss I who made the town. '

t' recently. Joe played left field for a portion strike out on some middle course avoiding botha and fret about now. Kissimmee's Resolutiona complimentary-from the .i
V \ greumen song embraces old Tallahassee the Capitol Carnival of Crime and Saturnalia of claim for the capital city and the plan I mayor clean on down. :,
of the contest and divided honors in that field a Sanctity, ,
& city 'Way Down Upon the Suwanee River: proposed to sell the six western counties -
with Congressman Carter. of Oklahoma. who is a Monticello; and other interesting places 'Saturnalia of Sanctity! Talk about your to Alabama is the cause of it all. Toward the ending of the meeting one!

: personal friend of Attorney John S. Cadel of Kis- many Irish figures of speech! Now some one tell us Fight-it out, gentlemen and we'll take old citizen arose
timmee. of, ante-bellum days that once"was practically. J about the dryness of water, or the wetness of fire the plum while you are ,bting.". Cleared his throat and.wip.d the -
the only Florida ever known. Should any plan of state divioion be deftly from his nose,
the bloodthirstness of the meditative
-! :-- To which a column or more of similar reason or peace or adopted the location of a capital for Said: "I've got' a little matter I
: . : The Florida First Commission hat approved'ad. for ONLY ONE FLORIDA easily could be added. quietude of war. or-and so forth. the peninsular portion doubtless would bring up if you please
.. would be where Willis Powell decidedto An amendment to the motion to ,express .1'
\ J' for its fall campaign and arranged .
,? vertising copy Keep Florida intact-or virtually sov: Let it remain start a Pork our thanks to these* '
newspaper-Avon \
for the appeal ance of this in a list of newspapersAnd renowned as.ONE'state.'undivided and neon- HOW EASILY ARE ITS SINS WASHED AWAY! ,,Press. .
that will reach from one-third to ". -S "I'd include the weekly nnrvnr. twe've .
:, periodicals fused-and not as "the Italy of Amerjfa. but as -:- --
read yearIrand
;.: one-half of the people in- the United States. The Forty-four years the Republican party ruled our The Kissimmeo Oil Company capItalized In resolution out:, ",
superior to Italy. at $izooo, has applied for a hearty that you'llthink T. ,
oJ first ad. in the .cries devoted to the summer climate Florida would lose little by ceding its western nation. During this time that party became so incompetent charter from the tate. The -declaration is queer, no doubt.

;i .' of Florida. wilLbe run in the leading newspapers of count-es; to Alabama, and the citizens of those coun- and so corrupt that a man who had shows that the company is organ- An appreciation proper to the editorI

:: the country Sunday. August 27. lies would lose little and gain muc!.. Thereby Florida served more than seven years as a Republican Pres- ized for the purpose of boring for oil. Who has urge chronicled the
in the happeningsfrom
The Times understands
'H _" ident of the United States the
wuld! be kept virtually intact and a source of quit Republican party. that a few the babe-cry to the dirge;
'J :: "If this state is ever divided. Big Jax will be the dissatisfaction would be removed. denounced for its incomptency and corruption, venturesome spirits years sunk a ago hole some 1,000

t.' capital; and you can bet your last round iron man . formed a new party hostile to it. and fought valiantly feet deep in Kicsir.imec in the effort "Who 1 has families published and all the items of'our

\\V' on that.. says the Macclenny Standard. Goodness TIE UP YOUR GOAT BR'ER MATTHEWS. but vainly at Armageddon to overthrow his to bring in a gusher with millions for I From obituaries marriages folks and meetings -
its stockholders. But alas and alack! I
: gracious I Why not create Big Jax into a state -:- incompetent and corrupt old friend and patron. the millions failed to be unearthed through to jokes.

by itself and let somebody else have a chance? In an editorial, headed "Misleading Headlines" Now behold a miracle! Three years only of and the hole was abandoned in dis, Here's Resolved That we moot high-

; :, That. too probably would mollify politicians in I Editor Matthews of the Bradford County Telegraph Democratic government has so disinfected and purified gust. We hope that the: new company That ly we recommend thank him him most without lncerely stint for;

; other parts"of Florida as it would give them more the Republican party that its retuin to poweris members have made up their minds to the things-he doesn't Tint'." *

-: : opportunities to sacrifice themselves in the service I says"The: headline experts of many daily Demo- the only thing that can save our republic from write they, too a ,number decido that of the cheques beet way before to -D. I). Bickers in Athens (Ga.).

; of their country. Then we probably would hear destruction. Marvelous! oil is Banner.
;: cratic papers should not hurt the Democratic cause get to buy it by the gallon from
i ;. less of the state-disruption heresy; by such headlines as this (which are frequentlyeen the Standard Times. Oi! Company.-Apalachicola VELVET: BEAN CATERPILLARS
) .' 'President Wilson Again Denounces For- 0'
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; Referring to the Gazette's inquiry concerning "
Such assertions are unjust to our Pres- -;- Kissimmee is hammering Velvet bean
eigners. aw.iy caterpillars due in
the variance in the price of gasoline in Florida cities< Mr. Merchant. if don't believe advertising with a determination to get the 1 ore
I dent who finds\ fault with only the pernicious activity you Cap about three daye nfter the first moths
the Sanford Herald says: "Yes, tell us about that. of a very few belonging to one or two foreign pays just read the following from one of the trade itol that of the new stats: of South Florida appear. They will begin '.0 dariagretho
The price'is 25 cents in Orlando and 28 cents inSanford. gives her prestige when the | crop in ten or twelve tlnyo. That
nations and the beneath the misleading papers : -
time for
comes state divirion, that will
!. it. Bob we've heard be Horne time during July. August -
t : Investigate some- headlines always explain this fact. But "It is but a few years since the handsome young will assure her of the Cpltol.-Mul- ( or early September defending
I 'i I thing about these "highs"and "lows" in temperature with the latest style collars made their berry Herald. '
many read onlv the headlines irf the daily papers: men appear- on the section of the sta .c. They are-
reports of the government weather bureau. nJ. if they offend. the subject matter is sure not ance in the advertising columns of the newspapers. ,I Alabama papers-+-are now I. talking. (not -usually numerous enough to injure -

; c I Maybe that's got something to do with the low spot to be read and the foreign-born voter is apt to be- The total cost of this advertising especially that of about Kissimrrwc as the capital of the : th2 crop until late in August or

", in Orlando between t the "highs" in Sanford and lieve that the Democratic party is hostile toward Cluett, Peabody & Co., amounted to a' "pretty'(proposed new state of Florida a'\'R moth Sl'ptember..but is n warning the appearance that somethingmust of the

i .;' Kissimmee Anyhow it's popular you know to him. As of ,these people make excellent penny," but-the net profit of that concern for 'Jan exchange. Shucks! We've noth be done.
against Kissimmee
\' : blame everything on the weatherman. American citizen., nothing should be done to keep 1916 over 1915 was the neat sum of $389.895'! I had a long name for the, but state having I j According to J. R. Watson entomologist -
-: :- The total net profit $1.376,599. for what's capital to the University of Florida
them out of the Democratic fold.: was years, the matter with
.' .I I believe in the stuff I am handing out. in the a1 short like Stuart ,Experiment Station, th's is the only
: Good for Br'er Matthews! Keep right on: "The net sales of Cluett Peabody & Co. for one for a change? serious insoct
you : of velvet beansin
i, : firm I am working for and in my ability to get resuit. rebuking writers of the William Alsorandolph Hearst 1915 were 6730582. In 1916 this total was increased -Stuart Messenger. Florida. While it is destructive tOo
t1, t\ .. I believe that honest stuff can be passed out species of fool headlines. They deserve it-and almost $2,000,000. or, to be accurate, just A movement is' on foot at Kissimmee the crop and will defoliate the vines.

., i, to honest men by honest methods. I believe in more. 8471504." to' move the tracks of the A lIall- it may he controlled easily and at

\ 1; working not weeping ; in boosting not knocking; tic Coast Line railroad from the lake comparatively low cost. The insect
But what do vou mean by putting ihe heading : : front to the western of has a great many natural enemies and
: and in the of I believe that part the city,
i pleasures job. a
"The Goat as a Gardener"over an article about infantile for the purpose of bulkheading the i is only necessary to supplement the
: I man gets what he after. the one deed done today I work of these'
goes paralysis--and this article, too immediately -'-:- lake front .and building a boulevard enemies to obtain complete
is worth two deeds tomorrow and ,that no along it, control. A fungus disease
; following "Misleading Headlines"editorial) Trading at home is a common topic with news- converting it into a residen-
is down and out until he has lost faith in him- your tial and park district.-Florida Grower. I known as cholera can he depended
.i : man all the The Natchez (Miss. -
: Tie up your goat and don't let him stray around like papers over country. on to keep the caterpillars in check
': self. I believe in and the work I doing
I today am that. News-Democrat tells an amusing story on this topicin -+- by October and sometimes in Septem
: ;in tomorrow and the work I hope to do and inj' the following: Grow Strawberries. I' ber.
M} 't the sure reward which the future holds. I believe -- "Recently a merchant of Natchez happened t to Next winter when you read that the The farmers part of the programcomes
k 1 jn courtesy. in kindness in generosity. in good see a farmer receive a box at the depot and noticed and first a strawberries half-dollar are will in purchase the market :' infestation during before the tho early cholera part of the ....

'.:. cheer in friendship and in honest competition. I While Kissimmee's board of trade has accom- that it was from a mail order house. He also noticed quart, would it not be some consolation a-I work. Materials for spraying begins or

believe there is something doing. somewhere. for plished many things and will continue to accomplish that the good. were right in his line and the to know that you could step into I dusting should be ordered cs soon as

.: every man ready to do it. I believe I'm ready- many more (for, the good of the community, there same as he carried for years. He 'imniediately approached All your back yard :ind pick all you need ? the moth i is, noticed. Directions for

: RIGHT NOWI--EIbert Hubbard. ace times when it lapses into a state of coma and it the farmer and said: prides through decline the until berry they season strike as hot-the I of control the will Experiment be round Station in Bulletin Gaines 130

-: :- requires some lime and a great deal of effort to revive 'I 1 could have sold you the goods you have torn. at ten; or_ fifteen! cents per Quart. ville. .

Here--you Lakeland Star editor! Keep still) it. We have often declared that what we needis here for less money' than the Chicago house and will you be financially able to gratify

AJao keep off the lI'a..1! What do you mean by' a paid secretary whose duty it will be to keep saved you the freight.' 'I your Suppose appetite invest for this delicious fruit. hay.A hav The barn protection will help. /Wen make it better will
you few
. li'J' I' to "crab"our state-capital game? You sav: the organization alive and active all the time. That ".'Thenwhy don't you do so,' said the farmer.'I in getting your ground a in dollars condition now give to your Jin" is worth from $5 to -,.;

.: y Sorry-we love Kissimmee-:--but we've about de4terinecJ this method pays i is shown by the example' of Orlando have taken 'the local paper for a year and have ,and on strawberry plants, and be a $10 a ton. Stacking is not very sue- -

? to get on the band wagon once.. and so which recently was reorganized alnnq modern not seen a line about you selling these or any ether seller and not a purchaser [tn the win cessful during the rainy season and I .

J.intent"to l support .Lakeland." Sorry like a pig! lines including the employment of a paid !nerretanr. ,goods. This 'mail order' house sends advertisingmatter ter cost months.between A two thousand and plants will a Ie.few.. rains may make the hay worth-

iWhy not be decent-like your editorial fellowlownsinan A portion of the report showing the> work nf the to me,asking for ray trade, andthey get it. and will be sufficient to three dollars,

:' of. the News, who says: "If Kissimmee ,board during the past few months reads a. follows: If you have any bargains, why don't you put.themin ,large family with a surplus supply that will a City Ground for has been broken at Haines f.
reari" teal see if we care." "The reorganized board of rounded I : bring four or five dollars for the erection of a three story'brick -
r ( .ir jtadayfroniTallahassee trade, : out its, the.paper to we'can see.what they are) dollar every and concrete facory for the-
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':. TBlmsDDlUV.w.lrcmm Buy Reed's box?akeI at ten'eant%: 'Ladles-Please: sent)' In' the change: '
i 'tIn' air of 'the cities* Visited tEe the small" towns aM'cities tIow(11;(
( !:..... ('Tl.h.*.N.. IL) They. are'J made, Kiisimmee.', S3-2t_ for Missoi the.last, goods.,. ,you. '-received.Bronson. .- OUTLOOK GOODIN .newspapers' will;be given 'tho advr bring th.mout tb'greet the visitor I

. I .; Misses Ethel and'Violet Gilbert Using, as proposed af the meeting' and in many cities there will be. etfctertainments -
Published Every Friday By leave tonight tor a short stay with Mr: and. Mrs. ..Jo1inneam.. 'have OSGEOLA COUNTY yesterday., Publicity,to the people in for, them.1* '- ;

W. .. ...... SO. 0... TAN' AdHBW' Mrs*. E. A., Lancaster,' of Orlando. retained from a two weeks' vacation -I .-
1 spent in Green Springs.Mrs. .. .F"'
j Kreamer Van Duior and Mr" and -
Mre. 'J cob Hasslerof Orlando," motored ,* Chas., Matthews has returned Commenting upon the citrus out- :
to Kiosimmoe Thursday ,after from a two months' visit in Memphis, look in.Oaceola. county a.'cos respond- 1
noon.: Tenn., and Luxora, Arkansas. out of the Jacksonville' Metropolis ,

Mr. and Mr P. K.: Weaver and Mr. says:
' Henry Partin, Lum Bass Fred Kissimmee i ,
1)) Ee and Mrs. Gay Livingston motored to Auflr. 16.-ipeclal.( ) 'Comfort
y Bass'and Roy Bass motored to Jacksonville It is reported that citrus fruit in the ,
1 Saturday and returned Sun- Windermere. Sunday Afternoon. Kissimmee Valley district in Osceola'' "

day. They made the trip in Mr. Partin's E. C..Du&enberry, Jim Miller Clar. county is in fair shape and while the '

''A VgsrAr 'new Dodgo automobile. ence Alderman and Albert Bearden early fruit will be-somewhat short of "

r I Miss motored to Wlndomere, on. Sundayand normal the entire county will show a
Elsie Norton
of the
the fair average of fruit and the yield
spent day there.
force, will laavo Saturday for her an- will
probably be as largo as last sea I
nual vacation. She expects to- visit Mrs. Sarah Prevatt, daughter Jerfn- son and more evenly divided being II I
,'friends and relatives at Dundee for- a ette! son Jennings and Bcmery Whid- more oranges and less grapefruit. h
( 'short time and will then visit in several : den,' returned Sunday from an auto- Preparations already aro under way: i
I other points in Florida. mobile trip from Jacksonville. at different packing houses through-
-"j .0.0 00 ooOOOO'_ H 000000000000'0f
1J ; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Best put the county to increase: their packing -
are expected -
Earle Stapleton who will be remembered -
1 facilities so that the fruit; can be
: to return home from
J- Weather a as the song leader at the
made ready for the market in the
, : Report trip to Jacksonville, Atlanta and oth- Methodist revival last winter, is best possible manner. Growers .. .&:G.O
. er points. Mr. Best, who has been spending some time here the guestof I predict .' I
a successful
i enjoying his vacation from duty at very season.
'fI the postoffice, will resume his work I A. W. Gustus. I The same paper in an article on the O1 t-WJVod
general conditions of
', Following are daily tempera there. Harper Caslcr spent several days throughout the state tho crop
tures and precipitations I with friends and relatives here this says:
as re- E. D. Malloy, Wolter Bas Misses Citrus fruit is coming along nicely,
week while from I
Government I enjoying
ported by stationat a furlough
KiRsimmee for the week end- IOnjda Malloy end Mattio Belle Har- service as a member of tile Second I but rain has been needed over a great Are noted for Comfort and Dur-
!part of the There
ris motored down to Kenancvill on has
ing Thursday, Aug. 17, 1916: I I Regiment band now in camp with the been reninsula.
Tuesday afternoon, who .o Mr. Malloy plenty 0 the north and
Ma*. Min. Rain took the train to Lokosee and the state troops at Black Point. I northwestern portions, .but throughout ability. We have ,them in all

Friday .. n_ _91 70 rest of tho party motored back to Dr. C. L. Hyatt Rev. S. W. Lawler the citrus bearing section more
Saturday _. __95 70 II Kissimmec. and Mrs. W. A. Joiner motored to Orlando I moisture is needed. Buyers are still r
looking for early' fruit and erowers sizes. '
where Mr. Joiner is in a hos- -
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Sunday 96 74 Mr.
and Mrs. D. G. Wagiver and pital for, treatment. Mr. Joiner has who have an early crop should have ,
.:. Monday .. ...97 74 daughters Misses Ada and Maude been seriously ill for several months '(Ino trouble in disposing of it'on the |

i Tuesday _? ___98 79 1 I Alice, motored to Daytona Beach last as the result of an attack of rheuma- 'tree at a fair figure, as the early crop I Prices$1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50
Friday. Mr. and Mrs. and
' Wagner tism. throughout the state is li , 'f-I. Wednesday _-95 74 i Miss Maude Alice returned Sunday, I point to good prices for !later _- --._- a.----. ----V. TL ._::.-_-T -. .J-:
.: Thursday .. .99 74 I I While Miss Ada remained for a stay Mr. and Mrs. M. Katz: are now en- fruit. If there are generous rains
of several weeks there.J. joying a visit to Baltimore, Philadelphia during the next two./ncnthu the crop The
,: .' .00 oo oo 0. New York and points in Maine. I will be one of tho best ever marketed, Quality Store Inc. .
I ,
D. Bass has
who been
operating They are combining business with 'as the general condition of the groves
the Broadway Cafe for several pleasure, as Mr. Katz l is visiting the I II ,pis good. It is believed that the early C. W. DANN. Mgr.
months for John Btumanas l pur- market fruit will be verv'" this season
.000CHoo.OOOoooOOOOOOOOO I centers to purchase his fall early p.
: chased the"restaurant and will oper- stock. while the later fruit or bulk of the
; ate it in his own name 'n tht< future.Mr. I crop will be somewhat later than usu

jThaocalFieldj I I a young business man M. G. Porter, of Jacksonville, and al. .. .0oo O'.O'.oooo..oo.oooO' ..
: and his many friends wish :him success John M. Cook. of Orlando, were visitors The total movement for the season -
in the venture. here on Tuesday. Mr. Porter is of 19)5-16) was 17,836 cars of
00.00000.'000'0'0000 state agent for the Buick automobileand 1 oranges and 5,598 cars of grapefruit. .
Mr. and Mrs.
W. Persons
.- George Mr. Cook i is a prominent automobile It is predicted that the crop will he Something Is Liable
j Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought.C. timore returned New Thursday York from a trip to Bal- dealer of Orlando. They spent I I about the same the coming; season.
andother points some time with Ernest Mach. of the .
: A. Cole, of Lakeland, was a visitor '!east, where they went on a combined firm of Mach Bros., who are local 1 I
, here Thursday. business and pleasure tour. Mr. Persons agents for the Buick.C. '
visited the markets during his To Happen

Peter Ebertz, of Ncrcoossee, was a I absence and bought the fall stock for E. .Yowoll, county( superintendent I w
visitor in the city Thursday.Our the Dollar Limit Store. of schools Prof R M. Evans, ,
I nrmcipnl cf the Kisirnm"c cc -.ool.i, TO VISIT KISSIMMEEKissimmee I
box cakes, 10 cents, are always I Mrs. Nellie "Rogero left Sunday for W. C Bass, ch-.lrlnn.. the county .
fresh. Reed's bukory. 33-2t! .Atlanta Cincinnati and other points school board, rod Frank Bins, who I > > am
,where she goes on a combination has the contract for buildin number -I I
pleasure and business trip. While will be the
I Mr. and Mrs (J. F. Parker i.nd :Miss in of :ew school houses in the county on itinerary :: .
Helen Jones slant last Friday nt Or-i Atlanta and Cincinnati she will visit started out I: st S. tuidpy by a of the Trade Extension Tour which Watch This
.i lando. | the big millinery opening of the Ford auto to locate tie Bull Creek I will soon l lx made by the businessmen I Space .
wholesale houses and select her fall I of of
I' school house. They wore unatle to Tampa. Speaking the trip
I Mr and Mr '. F. M. Stevens, of Eus- stock for the Bon Ton Millinery store. reach their destimti n owing to the the Tampa Tribune says:

tis, were visitors in the city on Wednesduy. < i I Claude F. high water at Gap Creek in, which I "Plans were formulated yesterday S
I Johnson recently campaign Next Week
I I manager for Albert W. Gil- their engine was drowned. This happened for the big trade extension tour prO-
about three miles cart of Whittier for the jobbers of this city to
Hancock christ, has taken charge of the St. rOiled .
B. G. of the Mulberry I
||Cloud Tribune as editor and : ,and they wore forced to return. on through the Board of F
Sink section, spent: Wednesday in- Kis-I mln8g"'r.I Trade. The itinerary of the
trip was '
simmee. ] Johnson was editor and manager W. T. Makinson of Com- j j >
j jI Sergeant outlined at the committee meeting,
of Osceola Journal in
| the Kissimmpe
pany B, now in camp at Black Point: {which was held in the Board of Trade
am selling drops ginghams at !Oc I for several years and his friends predict visitor relatives and .
was a among at 4 o'clock.It ''
.. rooms
and then gift free. F. II. for him a successful career in St.
give you a Cloud. friends here this week. "Billy" de- is proposed that the 'trip be of COLEJEWELRY CO.
clares that Company B, composed three day duration, and that a bandof

Mrs. J. S. Bronson, of Shingle Ths many friends of Miss Lottie largely of Kissimmee' and Osceola fifteen: pieces accompany the 8Pri'ntzcss
Creek' was in the city shopping' Lawler, daughter of Rev.- S. W. Law- county boys, is knWIas the "Colonel's boosters. The itinerary which was Jewelers and Optometrists ,
Thursday.J. ler, pastor of the Methodist church Pride" and despite the fact thatit selected yesterday, but which is sub- a
will regret to learn that she was opera was the youngest company in the ject to change, is as follows: First!
R. Anthony, Jr., a prominent tad on this weak at a hospital in Second Regiment when called out by day, Plant City, Dade City, Brooks- + i
banker of Jacksonville, was n visitorin Orlando for appendicitis She is reported the Presidents it i is now the best drill vile Inverness, Ocala-night stop. .

, this city Thursday. to be recovering' nicely and ed company in the camp. The boys Second day, Leesburg, Eustis, Tava- .... -
will soon be able to return to her stood a sixteen mile hike a few days res, Sanford, Orlando-night stop. f
i Egbert Gillett of the Shaker Colony home here. ago and not a single man dropped by Third day Kissimmee Winter Haven,
east of St. Cloud, was in ,the city the wayside although they were Bartow, Lakeland. Return Tampa. 1
I on business Wednesday. I I .The Arcadia Enterprise tho equipment, &, carrying I Though there will be considerable BuyaBicyclew. :

Ask for Reed'a box among_its_ local items the following: about forty-five pounds.. expense attached to the trio, all of
your grocer :'J. M. Davidson assistant manager Qf the committeemen present yesterdaywere
cake They're only ten cents and are the Consolidated Title Company in The Tampa Tribune of Tue sday heartily in favor of it and expressed -
this city returned Saturday! night said: Dr. R. M. Buckmaster, or Ar.cadia have received of thoM nice
"Mad. in Kissimmeo. .83-2t their opinion that it would redound just A hlpment ,
from JUsntmmeo where ho had had is being'.welcomed by many of
1 a thousandfold to the benefit
?:, John Lee, Jr., bas returned from been for,the past ten days'assistingthe his friends. He arrived here yesterday of,the,Individual jobber, well as to Hudson Bicycle, fully equipped with c..at_
''t / Arcadia, where he has boon visiting clerk of the circuit court. of Os- and is'a guest *t< the DeSoto. Tampa. as a city. '' BraJcesMudGuardarandGoodyoatBlu.Str.akTires
From here doctor will .
the to St.
S E fj\' his sister, Mrs. Z. N. Parker. cola county in hie office. go "A world of advertising literatureand at'' caah ;,
Petersburg, where he will visit his gifts of articles would bestrewn $25.00 or $30.00 installment

,' For the next thirty days I will Local members of tho Central Flor- many friends for a .week, and from sample throughout the section visited. w. carry several ether UaJiaf. snahea at sutras a4 Unas
make a 60c cut on all $4.00, $''.60, ida Poultry and Pet Stock Associationwill there he will go to Miami and St.Augustine The band will get off the train anda
$5.00 anil< |5.60 men's oxfords. F. H. be interested to know that there and then to Orlando, march through the cities wijl be on t. smit y.w perse. We aloe kave a ceeipktt. .... ..

Lawson. .will 'be. a special meeting of the or- where he will meet his wife who has I the program. All of the members of
ganization next Tuesday evening at returned from a visit at Kirksville ''on BICYCLE SUPPLIES
the Board of Trade who the
Misses Helen K. Sawyer and La- 7:30 o'clock in the board of trade and Chillicothe, Mo. At Orlando he go
will be dressed in the
vinia Wenner have"taken :apartments: quarters of the San Juan Hotel i in will visit his son. Dr. R P. Buck. I I trip ner and will be bedecked same with man-- We J. Bicycle Rcpairiaf. We waat yeer b--....
in the Graham house Mabette master and and will to pennants
on :Orlando. All members are urged trt family, motor and hats.
street for the winter. attend as there will be business of St. Cloud to visit their other son. Dr. Tampa GIVE US A TRIAL
"It will be a booster trade extension
importance.Mr. O. L. Buckmaster and family. Wheywill ,trip, with all that it means. All of
Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck left Tuesdayfor
arrive in Arcadia via the CoastLine I
her old home in Otsego, Mich., and Mrs. E. C. Bryan returned about September 1.TEACHERS' of the trade-trippers will 'whoop itup' Bryan Cycle Company
where she will spend some time visiting last Friday evening from an automo- for Tampa and urge some necessary 4 4E
relatives and friends. bile trip to Georgia.' They spent 'buy at home' methods. Speecheswill
be made at every town. I
several weeks visiting relatives of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, Mrs. E
in various cities and
Bryan Georgia
). The Uniform Teachers' Examination ---- - ---
County -
B. C. Dutton, Miss Loonare Richards
in touring the country. They were
will be held at the CourtHouse
and Mrs. Guy Gardner motored to Orlando
home Mrs. C.
afternoon. accompanied by Edgar !, Kiasimmoe, Fla., beginning at .
Wednesday 1
Bryan and daughter, Virginia, of
8 o'clock a. m., September 5, 1916. All
George E. Nolan, cashier of the Orlando Marshallville, Ga., who will visit relatives those desiring to take the examination

Bank and Trust Company, and i I here for some time. will bring pens, ink, cap paper

R. L. Hyer, also of Orlando, were f I[ Max Kritz, who has been in Jacksonville and a certificate of good moral char Coat Suits 98 y
business visitors in the city Thursday. for several weeks since his acter signed by two pciSons
C. E. YOWELL, 40 $4
Miss Lavinia Wenner left Tuesday discharge from the military company
35-3t Supt. Pub Inst.
night for Washington, D. C., where upon failure to pass the pr.-sical examination At a Real Bargain {

she was called bv a telegram announcing has returned home. He 000000440400440. . . . . . EACH: t
the serious illness of her mother. remained in Jacksonville to have his
eyes -treated. It was at first cored 4 8 I a
Mrs. B. C. Dutton, who has been that he would lose the sight of one CAMPBELL. -
visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. eye OH the result of illness, but he 0. 4. To make room for our new Fall Stock we offer

Z. Roberson, for several weeks, left now states that while weakened the 040004440006444. . . . . . . . .
Thursday afternoon for her home in physicians believe the .ye sight will Strickland and chil-
Mrs. Claude
be saved. Coat Suit in stock at this sacrifice price !
Clito, Ga. dren, of Haines City, are visiting her every

Mr. and Mrs. John Reaves and chil- Bob Bullock, son of Judge S. H. sister i Mrs. Aaron\ Reaves, at Edge- w

dren returned Tuesday from Daytona Bullock, of Kiacimmec, is announcedas water. 1 '
been the only Floridian to aboard the Mrs. J. W. Collins i is visiting her i
Beach, where they have spending go r
two weeks enjoying the surf bathing U. S. Battleship Alabama nt Charleston daughter, Mrs. N. B. Howard, at Quality Guaranteed '

and ocean breezes. S. C., last Tuesday for the civil Loughman. |
Miss Mattie Collins returned home
ian naval maneuvers.. Young Bullockis
Lieutenant Lee Jarrell of Company anxious to get into the motor boat Tuesday after a few days visit with

A B, now in camp at Black Point, sp nt flotilla at the close of the crui e. He her aunt, Mrs. Nancy Bronson, of These Suits all of imported woolens and l
Saturday evening here with friends expects afterward to enter the elec- Kissimmee. !I are
and relatives. lie cane down to attend trical branch of the naval service fora Mr. H. Davis, oi Rosalie, spent -
to business matters. of four Sunday here visiting :is brother, Mr.
years. make them
D. N. Davis. lack only a few changes to at- :

E. E. Fairbanks and family, of Kis- William Comorford. who lives just Mr. Robert Bronson, f Kissimmee,

simmee Park, expect to move to Kis- across the lino in Orange county, visited relatives here Sunday.Mr. models. L
simmee September 1st. They will occupy from tho Mulberry Sink cection, was Claude Sylvester left /or Tampa tractive stylish
the lower apartment of the Gia- in the city Thursday to do some shop Tuesday after a few weeks visit
ham property on Mabette utreet. ping. Mr. Comerford states that if a with his father, Mr. E. E. Sylvester.Mrs. .
bridge were built cross Reedy Creek Alfred Bronson nnd son Oscar, '
Miss Lola Lnwler went to Orlando in that section a larger numb t cf of Johnson Island, spent Sunday here We Make No Alterations $
Thursday afl. moon to spend several living there would coma to visiting relatives.Mr. .
hours with her sister, Miss Lottie, persons Kissimmee to trade. The matter will R. V. Lanier spent Tuesday af-
who i is recovering from an operationfor likely be brought before the county ternoon at Loughman on business.

appendicitis in a hospital there. commissioners at an early session. Mr. William Bronson, of Kissim- this but small will give
mee, visited relatives here Sunday.Mr. at price, a expense
of Avon
Mrs. A. W. Sargent, Among those from Kiasimmee who Leon Allen of Edgewater, wasa k '

Park Miss,Marian is the Sargent.guest of She her will daughter spendtwo spent Thursday hrlf holiday attend Campbell visitor Sunday afternoon.RUBMYTISM you a modish garment.. 1

...... weeks here and la accompanied: ing the double-header betwoon the .
by her _grandchildren, Christine. andFerule Orlando and Sanford ball teams at
/ Reaves. Orlando were: P. K. Weaver, W. '.. r

Edgar Bryan, who has b.JC!:. epend- Goodyear, D. G. Wagner, Clyde Nelson Will cure your Rheumatism KATZ'S .
ft big some time In Savannah Ga., Walter Nelson, Fred Bass, Edgar Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps.

sine he was discharged from Com Katz J.E. C. Dnsenbnry. J. S.: ; Ca- :Colic Sprains Bruises, Cuts and T
B owing to failure to pass theM del,. J. W. Simpcon. G. C. Livingston .Boms.Old Sores Stings of Insects a
.... physical has returned tow C. W. Griffin! J. L. Reeves, Mr. .
cxuuination, :Etc. A.Oaeptl. .....,...used internally -

Klssimmoe to make his home here Lawrence Harmon, Ernest Tress: and Mach others, G. P. Garrett, and externally Price ZSc.. t.. -.,. .. -It. III. -... .. -....... t.. -..,.,..
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,MRS. Why Floridians Live Longer.f In concluding:', the statement reads: MANU ACT RE .

f '. "It Is not tho purpose of this. committee j
POUNDS I RECOUNTLIMELIGHTCAll'SKNOTT to attempt the _hide and seek .
; GAINED 17 methods necessary to offset the tactics '

By Dr. d M. Randall, In "New Smyrna New" II ] of the politicical strafgr&ts but'; CEItiNGS '"

'will let those who voted in June. -x-, t, '
JACKSONVILLE themselves at the polls strain In ,
WOULDN'T BE ALIVE II I then It is hard to find ]PROMINENTLY MENTIONED IN I November when theie will be no confusion -
, SUE Life i-isurnnce", companies blf"o! I! any ARTICLE] TO'I|
TANLAt: the cash value is Different REFERRING with the second choice votes, ,
IT'HAON'T BEEN FOR ;risks <,if iiiKurance on perfect. ----I CHARGES MADE BV CATTS )
,; of a man's life and the I ngth/ ol I I ferent likes. Some LEAGUE IN JACKSONVILLE\: and Mr. Calls will then abide' the result. SHEET tlEIVVLBUIiDING Spy-
Tanlac I was be their climate with I ." AWOITC
When I begtintakAug: time ho mar reasonably' expected I I carry I PAPER.
sick nnd weak I hud to stay in be< to live This "expectancy of life" i Is evenness of all. climatic manifestations i j

so most", of my time and had fallen ot errived at by the mathematical' calculations 1 probably the Sandwich Islands,! 1 I If you tit I in a cool draft when! you I AND SPECIAL

j 4 until I weighed only one hundred an!
I' twenty-three pounds; 1 now weijrl and l. phyi-iologists and physicians. any part of Undo Sam's dominion in the' Catts-Knott governorship. lame back, you will be looking for I Isomething' QUOTATION k* .

,t' one hundred and forty poundn and an Many factors must he considered I ir, :I there being only 16 degrees difference -,cojitest and thin city wajproinmently that will ease the pain. JACKSONVILLE'tLA..
able to do fny cooking ami othe 'Computing a man's expocancy Ill' between f'wintor"" and "summer." mentioned in an aiticle appearing:
; UJ'S
'housework", said :Mrs Victoria Me inherited tendencies; his parents mu, :> I The subject of climatology/ receives the Times-Union, of Jacksonville this Fix your mind on BALLA] .

I Alum, residing: at 227! Stawart corner |hove Lice, weakened by tuberculosis but scant consideration from the week, which rends, as follows: SNOW LINIMENT and don't be talk DR. DERBYSHIRE

Monroe street Jacksonville. !Fla.' 'alcoholism, insanity, or other degenerating I erafe person! and they aro prone av-I I The Catts Democratic Lcrgue, in a ed out of it because it is the best special ....
""Honestly she continued "I don His acquired tendencies I arrive at this conclusion, by statement issued yeateraay over tha relieving liniment can get Does General Practice, giving of

iielieve 1 could have lived much Ion since his birth; his" hearing or] ions which are not always in accord I,signature of A. L. Tvuuer, acting pain you attention lo ubsleb'ics and Diseases
cer if it hadn't been for Tanlac, and vision may he deficient His occupation \ with the facts state chairman: charges that the sup anywhere. Price 25c, 60c and $1 00) Women.

my daughter desn't think BO eith',r. ; if he is a lineman for on el-e-( 1 If we werto:! judge J Florida summers porters of W. V. Ki>ott,.candidate for per bottle. Sold by Osceola Phar Office OVIR PAlAU DRUG STORE

i t About nix months ago I began suffering ; tric .eompanv, his" expectancy in las by analogy and try to come toa Governor, are resorting to that it macy. MSSIMMlt. FtC '
with indigestion and i,tomaci I than that of a ribbon clerk in. the dry: correct understanding bv comparing cull:) "gum "shoe, ivethods" in an endeavor I Re.idncIPIalfll89 Office Phone- 1(

f, trouble and 1 never heard cf the'.< goods store, or a rnlrond ,'ondlletorh'so Florida with New York and Ohio to deprive th. in. jority of its LETTERS. .

troubles pulling nnyl l>ody down at u fa.t than a farmer A physician's.hfis <' or New England, we would have all rights to a free expression of the ADVEK11SKI] 1

u4 \ as they M nie I got so I (!O.\.IliJ"hard- shorter than thrt of a clergvm.inIlls / of rionda'w sand melted into plate ballot. 14 IfllfiAdicrtis ( LAN
eat'anythinlC at all and what I did bet h..- in city 01 und hell's steam plcnt about August J. MacDONOUGH
u ]Jy rendt-ncc, \\ r (glass I I The ft encrt also says thnt sup- d Icttcis 'or h<' w % eat seemed to nil go: to gas and guyI country, whether mountainous: or seilevel | Lake OKeechobce but it is not so. We ,' Mr. Architect
of Knott
porters are going in August 2$, HMO! : Registered
shortnens< of breath. At time mj I .whi-thei in torrid or frigid 01tempeiatc do not fret the high/ temperatures
I me the ctate with Mrs. Busier
neatly co nty 11 ISowels S, C. Hiown ;
herd it set-in- cvory > ANI
Middle and states., .
of stern
I heart would ;palpitate so done FB..tor' longvity I here of the er I
iiltcrnj-tivo writs of "I rtndpmus seek- Mica AnnlMm Dontna,
bod1y; Crook ;
ed it would jump out of my other than t climate are not for Heat prostration here is absolutely ENGINEER -
have imnj !'icle of :Miss
I was - di7and
head was so piescnt con( !;icleiatioi' I In studvmi! unknown.I I ;. KISS1MMEE.: FLA.
I in certain ; Etccjlu BRONSONBltx
votes r.ientiomng ( Ih'
pi"Jcnct:; Lucile McAilm.r
f 0
hold >! ; ;
a .up of 12S in i. safe and
) lives
voui. I could scanely far us "sible the I loriclu summer a:
so po
;specifically Osceols, Bradford, Polk I Lumber & Vurn Cc Iane q, Jo";
mouth. ; blood wa ; t
M\ ( than
of .1 10 climate much '
healthful .
livid more so
('offe:' up to my men who have \ upv.iird und St. Lucia countsReadd L. W. G. Wilitt'J.I, -. -=
fan Stcdeford -
condition und my to the :.- :Maine Massachusetts ;
; in a very poor years f'omlethIJell1h, : pre Connectieut'l
hands were broken out ,11 hut UhfCr\'r thai Illinois northern in Part.In Emma. .
and or
ntt, the wilt i cnn many I
E blotches. I couldn't sleep 01 r"t I with but, .;.-> e\"ptions' ( 1lie\"' have liv 11 warm for a longer' time; July, August I I this connection: the statement Miami is making an effort to ,.(> Joe E. Johnston

hardly any and 1 felt t I rIMI and \\ .nr i ccl in the senii-t tiopics, antI mciden, and September run about the''reads in p"it uc follows: cure a (government aviation --chool at j.

out all thy time I oulcln't,: do! ansoik : tally I would note that ,*,H p'-r ,ccnl sump The middle of the day is hot I "W, T. Co-vies, .1 atto-ncy: at that point.

.. \ at all I a nil. in fact, I h::d to t st.iin >. of the l.!KO wne puiuully vegituri ill th
: bed most of tin time I hud thtbest ns. aid there is neatly always o gentle in Jacksonyilie: went!: .o Kissimmee \ ;; CITY ENGINEER
{ of tread nient aid, tiled p\'<-i\' kIwI Th. < "pt>('\\:1n..y of lif, at the biitl I lirce/e; the nights are invariably: re- : Ihuisdjj aim sccjroel from Judge

of medicine' Uymj; to git well, l hut> of a Sot t til 01 (lick, I Indian ]-app fi.shing. 1'." kins an altci,-nativ, viit of ,'-..aDdamus MAYJrS-'ULREMEOY I

J got worse (all th? tini" and it ha.1; in Saskatihcwan i is 4J: veitruaircord! I Oho itnpnitait: .,'a1;on \vliy Florida directed at the mell1.erof he Surveying and ';

bt gun to look lik- my time. for tinwolld /" log ti,> ISiilish c'lisus" 'The ('xlII'l'Ian'IQ' i i is increasing in wealth and population (italy c'anva.isng,, : : boar I ned tie inpoitois -1

WHS, 'hint. I of lift ofa nK-itiimo| b.ibj is), 'i"Takv. I faster. than my other stut? ill the ,. ) nd <'lel'kof Osccola county .ONE DOSE WILL CONVINCEGall DraftingS.ILBUftOCK

'Hut lanlac x-nied to got right ut years. aa'iot 1t-r extiemc1: Ir Union i. the fact that the henlthful- lo I iico'int the v'ct-s ir t'irt cou"ity .,

the bottom of mv trouble, and I l"'"trar. ., ille mountain"' of :Mixuo, tl h." nouni' ness of the state as a whole ill coming It 'is' nll'gnl that :Mr: Ccv-,los claimed Stones Cancer and Ulcers of the j

to feel better! after my fint fewI do . l'xpe't'tlH'Y, ( (of life I is 82! jc.iis' Ihi- to be, understood by ,conservative men :a writ of nul'io:'itv to U-kc tie' ballot Stomach and ]Intestines, Auto-I]ntoxi- - -.--

Since taking I four) bottlen i ; of th. nuilnine 1- owing to tin) cnu. nle lunatic/ (londi III the north hoxc-s nnd mak" Hie; reot'nt1.fller I cation. Yellow Jaundice, Appendiciii'- ')

p 1 ian cut mOlt anything I want I lions i and cc>nsc-<|urn t e..NO of I lifeIIIIIVMI'S ( oui't' autioi, ity, tot when! drinandwas :
%' 'ntecii pounds ir I A. ihild Ith;,thas intestinal worms land other fatal uiln-nts r-suit fiom
< \11\1\
J have gained I I philosophv I < f lh i i made on hrn: for tl 4. writ ,t was !
( and f.,1 I ''ike a new |1">I.M uri. 'X"h'n i in A few | Stomach Trouble. Ihousaids of
I 4 -\ight I of the lilt -t Income" .11 : I h.iiiiliiappod< its f.t'l'owth. foiid that it wa ni.i I" rctuirpblo on

t Nothing 1 c'at hintnv( [ > in the \Ic-nst one Mops to think t l'i.\t' : man I is t the loses" WHITE'S CREAM\ VERMt- \ugi" t 14th Im-rodiatclv, : n' denim I I Stomach SiifTertia owe I the-ir cornplete "

and I )luxe no mm< ,>f I hat awful palpitation ft- only liviig! thing,' .u,"" 01 vcgiUihie !FljrdehtroYR( and expels worms; i'.'rc; filed, aid 1 the e\pse\ vvi'l be aI"IlHcl. recovery to ;MHJ.I 's \\'oniii'rfij'ltemett. '
heait slioitne: ESTATEf
<>f I tlie 01 ) -, that a'luallillhalH" nilon! -'sand I, REAL
,,'ellth. I ,.,l4tl I". like 11 babv eviiv cnithlv,, climiti-i ; and l this! i with .1\ t t'li'' "ihl I Illvious ind.-tior:: bud, lie-n *. Unlike any ot.u-r fur Stoni *.*vm...w..*,m.* .%*m,
and don't 1 ave .MIV of 1 hut I tinidrugg ..n.1 choue Price 'J"; !p 'h Ailment For rule by J. Z. K"
night fun, d '/gite of ('omfoit t I (nines i \\ondeifullv >c per LI\"I of the" "P.dilation tot' a writ of ill i < INSURANCEExamination
., c \ fueling now nt all :Mv Id..1>, This is Inenusi (..f intc, ')Ihgc) 'lie tn IK.ttlc t), Sold )by, (Osceola I I'linimacy, nit'ni'aniu"' and t'ie /iclion of the berson and dru IstH'l'r).where.

t 18 in good ('undlt'II' the blotch, )ha\ clothehimself with fills u in t Ih.- I l'Ig-d I _ _ _ ( ouit i in d.f"I'I'i Mir thi- time fit c ho v. I
.., left mfaie and hands :'nd toy ioluI the ' ... of Titles
/ with bicih( tInt) li in tin I lhe should a
not IIIK i'\i'M rvMisiM : : lair4 cause v'\ man .mu
.. almost;,. wtuJ 1 I nm .1 ,
IH again '' modifications
lidrill C' aunt) all >nv i not !be made mstanter is all t'at ,
t bit nervous, now ami it is a ,pleaMiit u uI between the antipodes. I \:" ) HIGH !PRICES proi
/ ) '
d violation, of theInw
i'nti not only
well : ( ( a Specialty.
for rne'tu do my }\'<>ik. I urn n \Doctors on Canal. .. I
I feel likt ', but! of the traditio'i:; an] pructi
ill and I
Tanlac woman has every kept me way out of my giacand Th object lesson taught I in huildmtt TI a' !jiue of p',,;/)C'". wlu.h; had: ,ics (If the ]).>r.ioei"'t'c! pa ty t'nd theprimary

3 ,, \ hold on life, and the Panama Canal will u be n potent v.UK"ccl ficm 100!) to 200 i." r cent or system" TorresDondence Solicited.
!given nve u suffering factor in ehanll'inlth(' future centers mote, OP"d'1! prev.iIing' a y. ar ,, The btitc.iicnt also says: "Mr. %
what i
ill -
I believe it just evcrvone of population in :North Amenca. : ago stnc.isly' thr tL-n, fio! life of a I Knott knows that the recount will

". r their I did"needs to. get them over I The Panama Canal; has been built !lIy lit rga number of publicat'ons! t"rou h- 1I''oC him a majority. It has rlready : MACHINERY Robert Riedel Co. 1

,. Genuine Tanlac 11 rold in Kismm-! I the medical profession, :Mnlnria and out the country ned gr : tly lessens !I !been arranged: and he lo certain that AND
\i I \'ellowf'ver were factors that the the! profits of othjrc none of the recounted districts will NOVELTY WORKS '
J. Z. Iwl Ut-in
exclusively by >erl ; : I
: rose
-""French engineers could not vanquishEngineering I It is doubtful if j ctlu-lrge: industry show gains: for Mr. Catts" '. ALL SUPPLIES
,, St cloud bv Seminole Pharmacy; irKenansvilla ny I House 9311s a Specialty.! All liierwr Finis :
by Phillips Bro.'..-Adv. problems were the I'amein in the Unit d Stat" I as had I Madison County Incid-enl.
:.. I when I lit> I. failed in Window and Door Frau..., Window
1U10! ) us.! e sept to face so serious a situation because The statement then refers to the .Write For Price J And
his There was ho question when of have !' and Door Sc.....
purpose. prices: raw mntenalj : which !>
Madison cOunty recount
'of- the engineering ability of the advanced the manufacturer of the gavcMr Catalogue 'Phones: Shop 216; Residence 237
I' Knott a gain of 172 votes. It refers
5l 1CHRISTIANENEAVOR French but Xhcv: did not know hue finished products have advrnccd their !'I to this as( "rough work" and layl'the Darlington ATC.. Near Freight Depot

; Lenolojty' and: "bacteriology dugthe prices nnd thus thrown the bur'dcn .on' mistake was too big to be charged ---- .

ditch. the ultmir.te coT-umcr In the newspaper -I I up to the inspectors who rebell.jd.
Today the canal zone is perfectly business this has not yet been' and made affidavits that the ballot C. F. THRASHER
'.: Leaving Interluehen June llth mj sanitary. The death rate per thousand done. The newspapers from the I
trip lasted till August 7th. or almiMi in Portland, Me., at '
.* per year largest' dcjlics to the smallest weeklies SHEEJ META. WORKER
four Weeks. No matter how loyx the last United States census, was have been bearing the burden

one may be to native .4or( adopted,]) less I < than any in the Unit,:'d which to many publications will nr'un Magnolia Balmis Ask Your Grocer Metal Roof Put OM arid

cl town and state it is a good thing teeometirnea.erci States (except onel.I In 1914 the complete destruction and to many Guarr..J

I. ;, ( away from them for a death rote at the canal zone was x. others the wiping out of all profit. the Liquid Face Powder used by famousIteauries. fHONE Uf.K KiSlOtttfE. FAA
f vacation.; T had nearly two vyeeks ol actly that of Portland Me. (That is Tan
Had the newspapers of the country: If you Lave Sunburn or -
good times in Georgia and Alabama, why I mention Portland).
( It quickly
been as prompt to elofcnd tl'.cir: own Freckle try JtCagnotla iQalm.
1 and as. long among tho Florida friends While the problems! of sanitationof interests have the interestsof the burn and remove Tan and f
as tops DR. W. W. CARSON
., of Northeastern district. And thouqrli do not here CHEEKMEALSCOES
L the canal zone apply. ( ,, others, they, too, would before this BleiriUbe. Makes your skin soft and
comfort of home all the more GenernlGorgaS' remarks
) are some of. Surgeon have undertaken to cave themselvesby \ mooch. Easy to me and DENTIST
{!L: \ appreciated now,, the memories, .oJr may' be apropoa, lie sayi'When ; an advance In subscription prfoe auretopleuo. ____________ ,.

.,. 'these comrades mother surroundings. the great migration of population I.and advetrising rates. Under exIsting ThntWHt "' "Jor", -. _ Office over Pilley Building ,
'' are indeed on Mb, has commenced I believe the .
happy people conditions they will be forced R--RiJ. Otc Haunt g-II 1-I
\0<' In Jackonville, as usually my good of today will look buck to th *. PMk. ;, Office 'Phone 168 'Phan *. JT '
fortune it was *o headquarter ftt the work of the canrl! commission 'ind to do this soon..r or later and they JSc. .,D........,Iv RI.fidfrScL with '
2 hotel of Mrs. W. A. itateu. Prom sanitary work it net'formed as of "annnt postpone it much longer SAMPLE FREE Teeth "t.
outerIOUs f financial cmbTrrnssment<
: here ser"ie"l.'ere attended at thieeKJ more irnIortne, than Un( ('.tJ1O1S." I I
to of them HundiccI l of the
; \ 1 K.: church centers, one tinv hemp Pnnama cannloni ith,- fii'.t exampl ninny LYON MFG CO. -
-mllll(>l' v'ts"k'ics, including t'ie religp1ipCi 40 5.5d.Ste BrooWym.N.Y.tIili'
when Jacksonville held its .-.ullfji of di-eas f i ee life, in t the) mid
which hav',' had but R''1-
,J echoes of the great Atlanta convention ,clip .belt. of the voild .:,id 1 it ,is nut toeuiiutii "is s, btw..n loss niuf _ CEO. F. PARKER
try n.uiow mr.i gin I .u
:t'. this meeting beinit wllhh.' lo expect that: [ gnat" tiopicalemjires profit, will. we fenr suffer most sc- I % YOU II I LI H. AIIOKMHY( : ; AT-LAW
." Springfield Preubjt-Hans, nnd con" ) will aern <'om, into bimg. _
Slate 1'iemdent CUrl'y the her histoj 10",1unlt.'s( the | uljlie pioniptlv ;0.\1"I .. In lier.-bvgivpn that,, thiCixiixil
manded by 1 suCh as existed III ( ii I Collections and Conveyances
I I 11"< irni/e"' ( s I llu) silo ition and nei.'ptsin will ni<.el on Kept. 5th Hi 7 30( I
# from the Kiveisule Pro bvteriinsoeitey (If not n. \11I"\ ph, l"g\Iit: ; and HibvlonI . .
; ad\.uue in ''',,('r-il'lion] :"*ul in ,dlal' 0It) Hi rt l\' bid for wood ntrnrt F ,
: There chunie to hen. nvili/ation of the CURSON PIIRJIIER
vviia I I great \\ hite for UkhtSnttr( I'lants Said contract -
i veil t '' u '.i tin"-I savethe sit .
nag .
Brother Boos of the First ( Itt, stl"nJ' tropics and semi-tropic< will\ ili,,te unnln( for on. '"'ar 112 1-2 I"'oudwR.Y
Hi lion. 1 111, I II I' N l 1.01011111' ) thud Mtll("- "rI"\ I Ii
church preach ; for delightful auto from the 'I'rnimi I ( ann I I (')'uod"'lhvre < ". nnd ,1"0 I
c..1.i ) flu'in d i ut full lieiistlTI'
;, rides and fellowships with 'kindled is no ,belt 'i i- iiithontv n the Ihc .daliboici.! the' Mechanic, the !,,iU I *. \tu .liutk, |>*'r nnuilh <.r \ it for
souls" of the metropolis.' There were world thnn Surgeon Gorga f.uniei, ,' mil I lIa ilv' all )hu..he ,s into1nianuf.ut HID.ft tint Buniftctit( to run, plrtnt i
: days of Miss Nell :Steele: i if his eonclu co'init! how --.15. .iiinjr :'rn iii-rcantilr, \ sufTti. t I"t I ond will lie r.'iiilir-d fu,
happy guest and ions i:ro fait h fill rrirmanr.' of contract I
.\ at Pablo Beach, and :Mrs W. 1 F. Hawley uptlv docs ,it applv) to Flo"ldh'h: 'inner t the a"ti'itof I he times nrlaijjei .< Ti.eaui> p* ., U r-u.-rs'-s th.. I.., T. M. RIVERS. ?. D.PJIYSICIAN .

; ., in illmore At the latter village I has much less to combat and has advuneiel -1.,1\\ lag!:' "f iiimne's! than fur I r*- .- n\ h"U.': : .t. \ T> 19tr. Insuranoe that Insures;
attendedJunior .euis But the I newsp.'pri'-
the St. Johns river nlr .tlClv far
1. by < so M.4t J II UII-HCKT. ClerkOK ,
Christian Endeavor: and, .it.- I.ongt \ il v. m Florida. whole- lire mc-eting a milepeipIiMnir, O\CT O I'" ,','ola 1'hjrmacy

:,2 tually, it roe I part, like in davs. -gone- Some facto of I longevity wbuh obtain 'iiohlcii i in the doubling, and in some I UTU..1 AI) / %tWist tl'OK Protection that Protects I'hone R" alumniorric. .'" 63
the t ti',' of of' ..... -.i. 148.I. .
; by youth. : in 1 loiidu I.fl' these : :No; sudd">nchanges T"h,, liling, pi.ics papei Car. 1. I I>l> >

; When in Atlanta entertainment i w',is of t..mIH'I"lll c .'nd humidity nnd in the nbsolutimibilitv, to contnct ,'II. (-or. .tf f''' ;C.d.- ..... Si.le ..1I'lo.'Id

? ;at the great mission school, so hplen- The t tcmpcintuie nloi\ nearly approuchfs I in advance (0" siippllc--, than .. C)......I. (' ,
t the \' have ive 1 hud to fate! h-.foic I < HKIIIbS! W J. STDB1KJtIBBS >
didly fostered by the Baptist churchiSpelmnn I the' i not'mal I l IJu dv l tempeiature ; .. I
F .
i lie stiteruit'- w'liih have ,'ntl\ ,i rrK.... off "Shadrlrk' M. "bnnftfer.i '
; ,. -- Seminary I It was in '.act- ]I-" 'is e-nc-rgv or combustion rec r| It-, I Is h..r..hy I Kn. to nit wl""nI & STEEDATTOIISE'S
; tion month but kiifd Endeavor I spokc of i in scientific, language as '11'1|)101",1( I in! the dnilv:: p.ipeilIn ,111' "laitY onnr-i i iii. hut on t ti.. 2<"t h friends were there ; and the be-iiutiful "1l1ation.; i.. iiuniil| to maintain ,uhk.t do ,lot .t all Cx.r'tiilt';. the) I of c>(ctli. l I'. A. f> !*>!0, I shittl) niapiYdi DAKIN AVENUE .
.,.' green campus the f1o\\vr, and oth-i, FUJI mil licMly hiat Iliiu- "i- i.1 ( (>'isi'iiieiuc U i ,(1''t' C the lire t.h-iii :Mann ( ani thi( 1lanralai-I ..'iri. n', liidw.51.of Murpliy i'rohs. (Jutlifeof for I\\V -

pleasant things' there enjoyed, male | lei of vv istt. p'oihnts, to l lie" f.utuieis Rtcoi'i, lii it ir'ui. I my' final. ; llln-tlitrge; HA, KISSIMMEE FLORIDA Legal b.HIIl"", of all kill,'" gU a
at all envious. of the other 'climi'iatcd cuiiud. out of th"ys- of th eMute of hadrtrk :M t'ita.idi.rdceas.d ,
: me not 01 ) - --
} I and that nt the same time 1 prompt utlentlonOfflt .
I 2 fJoridians] most of whom weie brated Lam, leaving late111iIIQO" : ,on the m'- The Quinine That Doss Not Aftact TIM .H.sdItrcMtiKr will pr..B*.nt I.. mild Court my fliitil ACcotintH ..,. i 11 nnil IS itt. H. .
i at a big hoLd in the heait of the guns conieund in the' caiivmg" out, I 01 1 left toriftcuiml laxallv dl"CI. AXA. nit \dminlBtrntor of said' estateaiul -,_ Klssiiiinibj' nk Bld(
Sunday in of tissue nyc BKOMU Ol'1NINK IK 1 IxAtrr thin or iii..r) auk for ir ppronl! Horlda.
buildings these
vity high / or away pioducts I QUinine and do.. not cause ncrvouan not Oatid rl\h3'\ ; Atlanta besides the convention I attended waste nnel chrngp the ndnl' p.t1 of fluting in head: Remember the full name Mac1 \VV. CH.ANOI-KR.
;: services in two Congregational which ILthe ifulnivs an I nlii'n Ia.u.nlirtiiie I '"<>.k. f >r the sIgnature of K W. OKt>VK. v.. III.lam".mo A
\1 ', churches true to our motto, "for of the' I lung. '1 he skin is u__ ". "'-fl. OO O O- Pat John.ton a P. Oarr.,

S J Christ and the church" There were moie lid ive and takes on the work of ) JOHNSTON

: delightful fellowships with the con diminution: which further letsens the & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW

i "I: ventlonold, am' new comrades and 'work of the more vital l 01 gans It has CW.ORIFFIN

i i f more with friends of Spelman :SemInary : been aid ly) It'ood l mc-dienl men that ( Fruit Groves Threatened

and those who came to meet! 'a I man ( or woman ) is as old as hiskidnfeys. Offices Ill). 11 and 12 Cituens Bank

". I there. Protect Yours Now Building
t r me by Spraying
I Some wonderful luxurious days at No Paralysis Here. Staple and FancyGROCERIES. Kliilmme. Fla.

Tuskegee Institute followed. An entire The.e sudden changes of temperature I
suite of rooms mea!:; served in and humidity cngcrdcr ciitvrrhal Rust mite and white fly are un-

4' them: much to see, many to meet who 'inflammation of the nose throat and usually prevalent in at this ? I
lasting inspiration; rest, which favoi all sorts of mfec proves I
a ;
- gave me lungs, VI "
S I a': congenial life lessons, very much fell ions, such as pneumonia, diphtheria, time. Get nd of these pests right L.f J. W. THOMPSON

i ,' ,t I.. : Hi* Tuskegee faculty some few days many other diseases which Florida is FUNKRAL DIRECTORand

J-. ot July. comparatively immune, from. Infantile The merits of Niagara Soluble Sml- of the City I

s A Between Atlanta and Tuskegee Institute paralysis, which is lust now disturbing pbur Compound for rust mite are well 1c 1 / : v .. f;.,. .

l_ by the West Point .Route the) north temperate zone .. LICENSED EMBALMER
Schnarr' Insecticide is the '
t beautiful, fertile hill and valley lands will never be a factor in the south f' / ./

1 were passed through. Not a dull or I temperate zone because the point of guaranteed standard for white fly. / J'j Store and Chapel Stewart A**.
do remember and infection is th vano
I. :uasiehtly village we entrance
; eeeing>"in that 136 miles. Wish we I pharymyeeal mucous membrane made Grove owners who grow and : / M. TILLER Kla4mme., Fla. jr...

)( ;'Tttifht be able to say as much about susceptible by catarrhal Inflammation market clean, bright, well rounded ,- / ,,, j

v ,--trarela In our own beloved state. After and alvtyson the increase during fruit have used these two insecticides rt' \ Real state Agency.Realty W. B. Crawford Lee .*' '-'
such travel through country to prolonged cold and 'et eeasons. JarreD

:. .t thoroughly! under cultivation Florida for many years. : / ................-..--............-..... CRAWFORD & JARRELL a,4TTORNEYSATLAW *

, 4 la 0ome-places' bad better be viewed ,
i. 4 through .Ipve-tinted.' spectacles, ."NoThe LA GRIPPE AND FEVER CURED"Your Spray Now and Save Your Bright .#" House bought and cold. T .,')5
'S's place like borne." Offices; 4, 5, 6, and 7 CItizen. !

# last place'visited was Pomona Quirk's Chill Tonic cured my J. Schnarr: & Company / Taxes paid and Titles verified Bank Building. I r1
"' Endeavor
aid its splendid Christian husband of LaGrippe and Fever after for non-residents.
Society. 1 Friends met me en route at Orlando, Florida, or Kiislmmee Florid
i,: PalatkL--Tben .came!! the'- fun of a.picnic the[ doctor' medicine and other rem. ; Fire., Life and Accident In I

;. dinner at .Arlington. Heights lios failed." Independent Fertilizer Company, surance.
k4'EoMaUt.niobi1..T1d. .to -Pomona.-'" LULA ROACH, Drifton, Fls-. -.. ...-/ ...,, Indemnity Bond LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEY.ATLAW ;-
L. ..... r GRACE A. ...
Sold by Osceola Pharmacy, 25e.
<. ). ,Interlacben- "uJr.,14tL ', :t' 1 . .... .jI. . . .. .... .. Wart g Building; ,,
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iiiiiiMMininiiiiiiiiLegal In April lilt/ Ail member of 'the NOTICE DESCRIPTION' OF LS.OWR.' ,.Taz and Cog

House' of .. ,
... ', the Dpr..ntat. .1"ot.e(. .t t> ...... Miller A ....r.. -*.WI.'' )' _

of l.neral.I.CtOn( 1'1 .first Monday 1,,.__ J 1 ..... af Lota T ... H, ..Lead ", I .
1 In April M. and thereafter theterm ? Mt ft. a g Lot tr' ,

of orflae of all members. of the Notice Is hereby given that the folo.ln. d.erl.. land, 01.0 much Loon l' t and I3, 1 1". ..-_-..,..-. 3. f. O..lfln' ._ : _.hi1ai: Y
Advertisements : "611.. bf.. Representatives shall commence th.r.of.will be necessary to pay du. .taxes set op- i and -I-____. '.. -..____-,.._ A i Pnelan.. _.. _
, on the first Tuesday after' the tb. with the cost of sale and a..rU.ln will Lot B. Block It .-..._..___..._..-.._._;. E., ____-------- 121.44
first Monday In Apri next .ucce.dlnl be sold at .m. Fourth day of September 1'. In Lot land 7. .. .j B. C Cesley,- ----- -.U
ill- I ) I IHIIIIIIIIII the election At :, front of Publq'Aucton.on.the", Hal .t, .., County>of -.c.ol.a'hd State ofFlorida Beg. most 'oforl\ cor" T--i't--I: .
In J980, and ther.ater. all Senator to 7 Block 18, d..l..e. IS ,
\. NOT.CID'FOR) PIJ PLICATION.Departaieat be elected .. for a term J U > 4-d* ..
to begin the W 141 el..en. ..C'. "VT. Dann ..... 110.1
of four the term on Tax and 41 degrees, EJ STH .. ----: -.?
. ;' af Ike ..t...... first the first Monday In DESCRIPTION. OF LANDS OWNER Co.t Lot 8. Block 18 (leased-portion) ..... Robert Rledef .____...__ .__ L90Beg.
April year, exceptthat Roos. Addlt.eLots Lot .. Block 1. O.a..d portion) ..____ Host Orave. ...___ ___.. ...#
: 11, S. Led Oflrle at ialaosvllle, Vim.Serial --
, .... ,, If.. .lias. '1 when aanewlcounty I* created, tho t and 4 W of ,In 'Block 4..____ Loulsfc Wa.hln.tol ............t 8.80 N ft S .1 degrees E of most .
shall at that time fix the Beg. SB cor of block 11 W of Ry. rUI of Block IL runs 8
WalterA. L"I.latur. term of-the first Senator N 50 W 100 ft, 8 80 ft. B 109 __ F. Leonard _____......._....... 11.28 degrees B 60 ft, degrees. W
Notice I I.
Beebe, of hereby Alg-er,given Florida that. who on tn be elected therefrom at two or fouryear All I f.A C. L Ry In Block 11 ___.,- Mr--E. A Basl .-.___?.____.. 1.08 n ft. N 4 degrees Sw'I ft. N.: 42

.January 11. If II, made. Homestead Entry with the end In view of ke.pb""a N. . Baa RI.WI..I..t Bloeksl. -J. K southerl---------------78 .ft Bull Bail ... ___.. _______ iO.T'. e
No. 0111**. for W% of 8B"4, Section number In 1 a" B, *. T. .f Rees B..I.
uI.8' l. .
lb 14. Townnhlp SI 8. Range 14 K, with the the new. .. runs 1 41 degrees. B 76 ft, N.< __.
Tallahassee Meridian, has flied notice 8 of Article VII of the Constitution 1. 2 t. 4 and 6. Block I ...._ Mrs R. A Bass ........-_...__ r of Intention to make three-year I* hereby amended so a* to .1, i. 4. I and 4 of Block t __e. Mr.. F.:. Baa .__________. 4.20 ft. 8 4T d"le1.t18 ft ?...-_--_-. Bull Bsss .._. _. 11.10
follow i. __ __ Mr. K. Baa ____ 8, .............___.. So.; Florida Lumber : ....{
proof to ... to reed a* : 1 It, Inc., Block 8 ____ ._ A __...__. .... 14.S8 Lt Co----- -- '
above described. before Clerk* ClrcuS tuht. regular session of the Legisla Lot 1 to It. Inc., Block 4 .. ____...__ Mrs E. A Baa ._____:.____.... 14.SS I 01 Block 24 _.______________...... H. W Thu..mal .... ...____- T1S.4* ,
Court, at Klaelmmee, Florida. on the shall meet In 1917 shall apportion Lot 1 Jto 10, Inc.. Block T -_________ Mrs E Baa* :: ____ _________ 11.98 Warn. BaweH) '
7th day of September 1.11. the representation In the Lots 1 to 10. Inc., Block I _____ -_-_ .Mr*. A Bass _____. _________ 11.18 SW% ot Lot B and rrt I u____ J. C. Griffin _.___ lU.
Claimant name a* witnesses': House of Representatives a. In this Lots 1 to', Inc., and 10 and 1. .lock' Mrs K. A. Bass ______________.. 17.70 Lot 11 ________ __.: ____.__. H. Fleming __._:::::::: .0..0
'. Frank M. Kdrls. of Lokose. Florida. article provided, which apportionmentahall Lots I and It. Block t ___ ____, __ Mrs K. A Bass ________________, Lot 1C, 14and IT. 4 ft ____ O. .ohnson .._______._. : A'
Banner H. Uuy, of Lokosee Florida. be baaed upon the last census taken t, 8. 4, I and 7. Block 10 _____,___ Mr*. E. Baas ____-1__________ t.OT I I' __________. M ____.___:_:n: XX
Robt R:. Willis. of Lokosee, Florida. by the State of Florida or by theUnited Lt 1.. Block 10 __________: ___________ ,veleU. Buck *____.._____,_w4A' Lt CaVaoaV'AYeTitieB
Qeo. W. Fertlc of L ko....., Florida.ROBERT State, whlohaver I* the last Lots 6 and 'L Block 10 ___ __________ i. Begrs ______.____________ '.'0 I Lot 1 ________ .-_____________________ H. Thurman -----___.... ...1
W. DAVIS. taken In the several counties of the 1, 4, 6. sand .. Block 14 ______... E. Slmms ___________________ 10.80 Lot. t. .. 4 and ___________________ Mr.IP.Thurman .__,_-________ .
II-.t Register. and those that shall meet every Lot 1 and .. Block 14 ________________ Mr. E A Baas _______________* S..10 BroMO. & m
_,_ ten yeaea> thereafter whal apportionthe Lots 1 toe 10, Inc., Block 1 __________ Mr*. E. A Bass ____.-________.. 11.16 N U of Lot 1 ____ ___ Q. A. Donegan ___.__ ____.___ fosse i
NOTICR OK ADMINISTRATOR. representation In House of P.'.* A..II' Loot _________.. O.. Donovan .__... ____ ... '.M
Far ......1 DI_.......) Representatives In the manner In this A11 01 lot -y_____..A"J- H. Allen __________________.__ '.48 Ety of Lot I and all Lot t ________,- RO. Lumber Co. -:::---.-_
article provided which apportonment.hall All of Lot II ________________________ Susie J. Bublette ___.___________ 14.11 Lot II _____ _____________________.__ R O. Canova __ ._________. /1"1
(la 43e>art ef C.--J.due31.1* e f be based upon R..w.lra .r Lot. .1 and -4. _________ ______.___ M. Peak. : ; ;: t
Florida. Oaeeola Ceaaty a n by the State of A Payao Additl.Tots ...- Lot 44 ____, _______---____._____ A B. Donegan----------------- ....
Florida :1.t the United States, whichever 'and J4. Block A _______ Joe Richardson ______ ______. 4.20 Lot 41, 4T and 48 ____________________ 8 D. K. McDonourh ,.______.__ tuTI.K
'la re Rotate ef raarlea .... Prevatt. BtNotice' Is taken next before the the Lot to. Block A ____u__--__--___________ Pearl Johnson ______.__-____.... 11.'8 Lot 48 ________ ______________________ M. Marsh _.-._.__...._.__.__

la hereby given to all whom Legislature I apportioning J representation Lot 1 and 8. Block B _n______.______ Unknown _____. ___.________... 1.10 sit .. '* Addltlea C
.it may concern that on the. lat day of shall convene.VII the Constitution R. H. r. re.*..'. AddltloaLof Lr W ft. from Lot T, Block W. J Arnold ______________ .
eoember A. D.. 1111 'shall apply to Section 4 of Article to 1. Block A A. B. mtl- v : ___.___________..__. I 1* I Breaker ..____ ______ _. 34.44
the Honorable T. M. Murphy,., Judge of I* hereby amended so Lot t, Block A :::::::::::..:::::::::: J-: C.: :::-::::........... lUg Lot B. Block ____ _________________ H.r.1 ..------ ----.:-- i

.aald Court a* Judge of Probate, for read as follow.: county I* created by Lot 1 Block ---------------- A. Deaver _____________.. T.I8 Lot 1. Block J _____"_________ _______ A I. -__ 11'11 :3
my final discharge as Administratrixof "When any new shall be entitled to Lot t, t and Itt F ----. A. Davidson SI 08 Lot 4. Block _____________ _._______ Boylan ..__....________ __ ,
the estate of Charle: F. Prevatt. Br.. the Legislature and I It member of the Lot B and 4. Block oF _::---. :::::: Mr. E. A. Bas ....:::::::::.. 11.18 Lot .. Block J ____.____...... _...__._ W. A Sessions -------------.-- .... t
Senator one
deoea.ed: and that at the acme time 1 one until the 8, A '. H. A. Mslbews' Addltlsa 'i

will present to sold Court my final account Hogs.. of R.pre.ental... for In Sec Lot T.* 3. I di Block Ui- ______ Miss E: Blckerdlk --.-__ __.. 14 S8 All of Block A and B ____-_- ___.... 8. B. Aultman ...... _______. \
as administratrix of said estate, next that shall betaken Lot 4, Block 1 ________________-_____ John Mallory __________________ 8.80KV4 All of Block C, D, L J, O ad P ____ Itonegan Cattle ._? _.___ 1'5 ./
6 of this article, _
lion .
and ask for their approval. after the creation of the salt : of Lot 2. Block ________________ W. S Johnson _____ ________ T.8B 8V4 of Lot 1. Block riNB _______________ Morris .._____ ._.__ .
Dated June 9th A. D. 191*. next census.. WU of 2. Block t ______________ I* Robinson _.___.._ _____ 7.81Lots of Lot 1. Block O ____________ Bust T..uncbloo 11..5 t I
SARAH A. PREVATT. I new county, or unti the be taken by 4 Lt S. Block S _______________t Jerry Bunn ___n_______._______ 11.98 NW 'of Lot 1 Block O _________ __ Catharine Brad------------------ t. $

16-lamo8mo Administratrix. the enumeration United States of America after the E% of Lot S, Block I._, __ ___ _____. Rosa Deveaux _____________ '.15 Lot S and., Block HUndivided _____________u___ Will O. Clark _____________.__. 1..V.I& .
: whichever of S and 4, Block B _____n_ W.I.r Howard _____0 ______ 10.80 Vt Int. In Block. L. M, Nand S
N IC la''TnATIC)'''. creation hall of the the amid sooner new he county taken after 'VI 1. I.t 8 _______ _______________ McNeal ______0 _____00 14 28 K (except Lot 4, Block K) uu____ A. K. Dntvriran .... _________ 1.1' j
I Lot S. Block ______________________ H. C McLean _. 9.61 8 i W. .:
Notice In hereby KlM-n that the Registration the creation of Bald new count. whenIt --------------? ''N of 1, Block Q ---------------W. Mlmm --------------4__ .11
Book.. of Osreolit county will shall be entitled to one member of : I.ot f and 7, Block S nuu----- H W. Weaver ____ _______..n 1888 Lot 3. I.ot Q ___ H. O. Cornell ______u__________ B.OB '
he open at the office of SupervlBor ofIteglsttatlim of Representatives for everv I 6. Block 14 A. E. Donegan ---- -- B'OR K* of Block R --Y- __ II. O. Cornel ------------------ 1/.l '1
I at M Kats's store onMondnl ten the House thousand population or the major, : Lots 1. 2 and 8, -Rl -c-t-ii-:::::::::::: Henry riaulilen :: :::::::::: 23 45m4 N 83 ft of WH of Block R __u._______ A. H. -____ ..____________ 3,7J,
: : ___________ J. ... __ __ 'I
AuKUBt: 7. and each Tues fraction thereof the same ai other, of Lot 4. Block L Camphel 608 Beg. 418 % ft W and 209 ft N of RF '
day. Thursday' and Saturday from 9.00a I Beg, at SK rot of WH of Lot .4. Block cor nf NWW of SE' Sec 21. Tp. ::1
to 12 no n>., and from 2:00 p. m'to : 'ounll'II. 18. runs W W ft, N 88 ft. E 88 ft, S R 29. runs W ft. N 20V4 %
m I'm.. 'to and Including Saturday A Joint Resolution alamendment 8* ft __ ___. ______________________ Ella Oaulden _. __uh_ ___ 220 I, K 414 ft, i 109U ft ___n____?__f.__. Timothy O'Qara __u_+___--... 14.11' ",
lhlobrr. Mill. 191f1. Any quali'ltleli to Section' pro" VI Florida Load ... laaproTesseat Co'o. 1, 0"1. 6IT7 S-lfl f H of 8W cor of NW >4 "r
'hose' sot now on Its the State of SKU .". tl. Tp. 25. R 29. runsE
.tor \ name in of
of the Constitution Murvey.- 1.
lierliitii t'.n Rooks irn\ register Hue Florida I nnnndeil by Joint IteaiHU- Tots 29. 30, 31. 32 and ftO___ Miss F'BICk..rdlk.. ..-______-- 111.45': 118 (t. 2 degrees. E 20954 ft. W r'
notl' will lie given of the opening of No BB 2. ActB of IS S, relating to Lots 23 and 24' ._ __ M n ____ __--_ __ -_ ', 118 f. R 2 degree W 2094 ft __,_ H. P. .Suhl ______u____________ 16.89 .f
the lte.,h.III.lolI, Itonkm at the variousproducts lion suffrage and illitlMlltyBe I El i of Lots 27 and 28 ; R. O. Wood _nh___ ______ _1 1 UI 0"1. 1 ft W of SK cor of Block \\'. :
\ throughout the county It Resolved 1 hv the Legislature of Vloedo.llarlaas nbdl .j't--of I \V 72H N 176 fE 7HA ft

K. I> KATZ.. the State of Florida: ...... 71. 43. 44 .., 45 of I. S 175 ft ._ _f._--__-- __-__--__ .Tl.-J C. E. Boyer ______ ________.___ 11.14 'IfB"I. .
of Registration. ( .. MorryLot ISO ft S of ear of Block W, ,
3261JtlOTJI'19 Supervisor That the following amendment to'Section 1 .to 9. I"C. Block A ___ ____ ,.nknn. ________.________u____ '4", B3\4 ft, NF 100 N ft.E ;

I of ArtlrliVI of the Conatltutlim -l 1.01. 1 to 9, . Block B __nunn -- -,_--____ -_--__-- 451 100 I ft __ ________nhU f. lll_______ C. E. Borer ___________________. 1.... /
OK AOMINIITKATOHFOIt of the Slate of Florida l>e. hn 1 to 9, Inc ,, Block C u.nnu Unknown ____ __ __ _____ 451 Beg 100 ft.V and 176 ft. N of SE .1
FINAL DlSCHAI: } the name In hereby agreed to and ehalhe l.t. 1 to 9. Inc. Block D nnUnn_ Unknown _______nUunn 4 .59Lot of BlockV, runs N 200 ft. W 7SH f..r. .'

.uhmll.t to the .electors In of 1916 the 1. Block E _----__.___--_--__--- E ''hltt..d __nnh__ ____ .91 S 200 ft. I 721A ft nn________-_f.__ C. E. Boyer ______u_____..____.. ...,. .;
'IXiK.STATK II general .I..t..n .ots 2 to 9. Inc.. Block ___nnuu T'nknown __nhuun 413 .
I V (01IIT for or Block ___ Unknown __ 451 ".... l.rr'm flandlvlaloa. la Matkewa :
Inc .
r..j..lon.H..lon 1 to 9. -- --
ralll'aton ---- ununn
OK FI.OtlllkA' >ery .. of the Iot 1 to 9, Inc Block O _nUn__ Unknown ___ ______ uu____ 461 Addll.
< "ic .f ,' M'ars. and upward, 1.1. 1 to 9. Inc Block H _________u_ Unknown _ 459 1.01 2 and 7, Block B -_ R. L. 8tlrlnl __ __________. '
!. re Estate. of MftBlella Pearscta.Notice all .whom who IB a citizen of the lnl..e Statesill Iot, 1 to Inc. Block I ----_--_ -- Unlnown ___nnnnnn nnunUnU_____ 459f.t. Lt 1 and 8. Block H ___________n__ H. 8. ._.,.________________ 3101 i d'
IN h..hv glen to
the 10th of the time h. apIIOII to ."1..1 aha' 1 to !. Inc. Block J nnUuu_ Unknown __ ._ 4 7Ilots 9 M. Makkett's RakdlvlBloa la Mat.kews 'O
that day hnunu'
It may concern on n-11 1
lie a Block K _* Unknown __ /6 'I..m..d qualn..d 1 to 9. Inc -
September A; I')' 1918. I shall' apply: tothe ,' under Ccn..tlt utlon of the 1 to 9 Inc Block L __n.u Unknown uuuuuu 4 69ot Lots 8 and 8, Block ___u_______ Mrs Theresa Fluke ___________ 6.04 :
Honorable; M of Murphy.I'robate.Judge for ofnnlfl 1.\0"1. Florida, . that he possesses J, : 1 to 9: Inc: Block M _.:::::::::: Unknown ::::::::::::::::::::::: 4 R9 Lots 4 and B. Black A________ ______ H. 8 Bussa -------------------- His iv'

"mirt. as Judge Administrator of the'estate myfinal the following additional quallficatlonH tents 1 to 9. Inc. Block N _____.-u-u Unknown _________ _nhu 469 W. A. Patrlrk'a Aadltlea < '
rtlmharge ns Lot 4. BlockA _____ _____.___.____ A. E Donegan BT.If .1
9. Inc Block O Unknown .------ --------- .
that of at Hoal..IIR'al'llon.ttw same time .I deceaedand will present , Hit shall have resided and had hil Lots Lots 1 1 to to 9, Inc.:: Block P -----.-----,:::::: Unknown ::::: :::::::.:::::.::: u: SS of Lot 1. Block ___ ______ .J. W. Slmp.on ------ .--,.-.... Ii.lJ. $ ij
permanent home and nlace of abode In B. C. of 1.
afcdl-rl.loei of MII.r" 1..1..1.
final accountsas I.
to said Court my of Florida for one year andIn Woodall A Dayle-'a .
State Hle
Administrator of .ald estate, and the the county .h..reln he. applies to Lots. nit. 5-4. I ... dM .f V. L. .. 6 -_-__: .._ ____ ____ ______ W. Thompson ......____....... IT.Ii ?;"
ask for their aprnval for six months, previous Ih.r.- ( ConeyLots SW of Block H
Dated March 8th. A: T> loin. register 1 .to 16. Inc. Block A __ _- Unknown ____ 11.31Lots 8 B"r : cor. '
to N log ft W 14 ft 8
A. E. DROUOHT. He must be able to read 'rlt. aninterpret 18 to. 20, Block A -fll.v___ -. n__ Amanda Cosine In..182 10 nOtt.Ulrrf_ ____________________ .Jam. Smith _____. ___.__.___ ..... '-,>
11-oamllmo. Administrator. section of the Lots 1 to and 10 to 20. Inc. Unknown --- -?- .ZLu !
any (on.llu- I 6. 7. 8. 10. I II. 1 14. T Beg f. of NE cor. of Lot 4Block y
lion of the State of Florida at tme 1. 2. t, 4. 8 C : __ ____ H. run 8 4ZU BO ft. N4H4 ,. 1//
13 Bloc T'nkrcwi. __ 9.91 6 ft'W
>" OTI/'K TO (KKDITOHS.UK and vote 11 18 19 0 ---- --. --- ..
he a1pl.1 to register In his own right property Lot 2 to 18. Inc. Block D u _ n__ Unknown ___un ____u__ .. ._ 1482 ft, E: 80 ftBeg ___ ____________ J. .W. Thompson --...-...-... .. \.f'
own E __ __ _ ______ cor. of run. E ,
Block Unknown 14.C7
((at nT OF Title COUNTY JUDGE to the value of not less than five Lots 4 to 20. Inc. u.n-- '_ n u 821,4.trt, 106 ft EB 14 tt ktt s so ft

STATE OLA OK 1".01OSCE COUNTY: determined hundred ..1ftIll. by which the fact assessment shall h Lots Lots 6* to to lO'lnl Inc... ,Block Block O F-_::::::-,::: -A Unknown B. Donegan---- -::::::::::::::::: 1 UZ' Beg.W 1 SI o f.}E 1S8 of 'N----------------- A L. Davidson ____.__-______ n.r ''

O __ ____ __ 180 f.
.t the tlme he It to IS. Inc. Block nUu Unknown u u_ _ I
books of the county 1.1 and T, Block H A. E. Donegan ___ _________ 178 run 8 ft. E 14U Block. .
.6 ,
.f Will... \%-krrly.. 6. un
la r* Estate applies to r. teb''' convicted, Lots 18 and NH of Lot IT. -----R---- Q. j. Baas ______________________ 8.05 89 ft.46 S ISMt, E 147U.fti N --.J
He must not Lot W ft. N105 ft. W ___ J. .3. Dann '
dubdlvlsof ------------------ J'
To all Creditors. Legatees, nistrlbu- nrevlous to the time he applies! to register 4. H. Woeaall's. r.' Lot S. Block I _._____________________ Ella 1. Olbb ________,_______._ 1..lf ,v
tees and all Persons having Claimsor or vote, of larceny robbery for- IM of F. I I. .1.- Lot S. Block N .... W. n ........... ,
Demands against said Estate: or-brlbery In any of Lots 1. 2. 6. 14, 18 2 E. 24 ------ J. H Woodall __________n____,-_ I 89 : ::::::::::::: ::::: c: -:: ?:= I6.Ii:
gory perjury Lot 4. Block N .... P. Fox ..
I ____________________ B L. Darley ____ ___________ 01 -- ------------
You and ,oath of you. are her.b7notlfled courts of any State or of the UnitedStates 9 and :. n Lot Block __ ____ __ ___ ___ __ '1."
he flue Lol 14 ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ Oeo. Blake _________________ 6.21 . 2 P u _ __ Hyde, eat -----_ ,
to convicted uu
and present an7clalma
required or If "o _________ w14 of Lot 1, Block Q _______ __ O. C. Schult _____ ._ 15.11.
and demands which YOU. or been restored to the rights of clt- Lot 17 ____ ________________ Fred McDonald uu,_____-__ 6 2< n ---.r .
of ou have against the have IsentihlDProvided Lots 21 and 22 _n_u________________ J F. Jackson _____.--________ 2.06, W. 8)). ..11'. lTlslea afBlorka !
.either state of >William may Weckerly, deceased, however. That no person Lots 28 and II*_____________________ Bilge Leake ____________________ '.'0 T aad 11Fy '
late of Osceola County. Florida to the or lineal descendent of any such person M. C. BI...... '. .l .lrt.l.a af Lot 40 of Lot 4 and WVt of Lot 7. Block U Sam Ha..el ----------- .__ IUr'
1, Block. C. _____.._____ __ -
Administrator I first or WI I AI"n ?
late.undersigned within two jean : the dt; prior wno thereto was,on entitled January to vote 18& .., M I of_F.__.,.-__I.u_Co'a._n__la.Lt _____"_-_________ Oscar H Cooper _____________ 1.21 ofgLot 1'block W n-----1------ Mr A. Moseley .___.__.._ '1945 !<
n EG of Lot T ______________ Mr. Daisy Bear _._,.___ ,j
hereof. the Constitution and laws'of any of the T _____.___ --_____________,_ Francis E. Cooper ____._________ _
Dated July 12. A. n DR'UOHT.' States or Territories or entitled to Lots 21--and-- IS ___ _________ ______ Wm. Barnes __________________. 4.20 Lof S. Block Y ____________-____.___ P. A. Van Agnew ..._.._____ .1..1

.A.! .Admlnl.trator.NOT.CI . vote under = n government or his descendants , Lot 21 .__----___ _--_________________ Lee Wm. Sarah Sam J--------------------- 1.24 t.0 S l' of Block Lot 1 Block--CC::-.::::::::: J.J.: W.W.: Thompson Thompson -.-.-.-.-.-..:::=:::: 'lUti: :

tl- t or any u" rs:4rt. the right to Lots 28 a2---------------I ; >of OT W ft of Block DD __ ._____ C. J. Nelson ____.....,.--._,,11.70 t'"
W. H. .jWh't. .t B of W ft of 2. Block DD __. ,2 ,
Lot Jt- HultqulstJir.'S.
OF ELBCTION. register and .. ... He shall not of r. .. A rt S
writ and Interpret ______...____.... 8 18\ft. of Lot S and Lot 2. less 61
be able to read Lots 1 t .... H. Burner .___. ._ ._.__.. S '
-. -- / ft. Block FF '_,_.__.__.. __....___. est .._._ ..._. '
la r.ll 1'15, un- any section of the Constitution of the Lot 11 and 19--____._..?__.______ J. McNeaf _________._____--__.... '.' Bryan ., l.OO'.y
Constitution of ,. of the Florida above provided or 40 ____ _. .... Samuel Lev I IIS ft of Block 4 N of A. C. L. RTLllly Hankln .. __.___ I..P
1"e the State of a* Lots 89 and - -- ------- M ,,- ... ..__... '0 _
M shall of af r A. ...._.'. Re-MakdlvUloa of ,
State of Florida, did pass three Joint because he not own property .H. W. Ma.rreWBH ilaStal-rtalea Lt , .
. resolutions proposing r1niTo.\\ the value abbve specified; naturalisedclttsena .( P. IKI.. C.' a.p.y- < \' 44. Aaasaws ...1..... af Blaekaft 4' ,I 1 ", ,.'j t4 .
1 the Constitution of the : of the Urtlled Slates, low.v.r. tot tt and IS ..............4........ M. PapT>y -----,__.-..._-._.-.- .. S.IT ... 1* a A C..L. Ky.- \
. da, and the came Were .. -to by a at the and Lot t4 H. W. Tnurman., .... Lot 7 to 11. Inc. ........ K.; Pi Butler ______ 34.95
vote of three-fifth of member shall to register, shay, Lot 69, ------I-----------------I i K. Donegan _es----------- Lot 1. less 8 TTK ftIn Block 11 _.-_ W. Nelson. __ :._ .
.- elected to each house; that the votes "lmdt:1lJP officer certificate Wklt D.rb.klre's 9.bdlv---------A 1.1 8.1-S of Block IS _.___________ A r. .ohnI -_ le.1
entered or dulyauthenticated .... L Ce' II. Lot. 1 and S. Block li-.,.' .: .37.tWLot
on said Joint resolutions were Part *f L t $5 ---------- ?--------
Journals, with thereof. Griffin ___ B.Ottots 1, Block II Lusk .
their respective copy Lot t I. - Mrs. --
the upon nays thereon, and they Sec S. .f this It. and 14 ________-____ P. Q. White __ t.OI N% of Lot 1. Block toNVS ::::::::::::::: Truman --'I.:1.: '

did lt..m." and direct that the Bald amendment urgne Constltutlon the Lot 1.. F. 1. Cos addition -- Mr. T. Fluke -----_-______ 14.St of. Block IS __________"________ z. T. Rials _____ '
Joint be ..ubmlt"d to the Lell.lature shall enact .pproprlat Be at 8E cor of lot T6. n.-w-j K. B. Water A Boa Addltloa

electors of the State generallection ta. the purpose N 210 ft. E 106 ft. 8 Block. 8 and 10 _____________________ .Moody Pipkin ______________ SI.4C.
1919 Into effect. t '..11I. ,
In November. amendment 114 -----WTXi Unknown - W. C. Baas Addltloa
Now therefore, I. H Clay Crawford at 8E: cor. of Lot T6. runs Lot I ________ _.____________________ T. H. Feucht _._____.________.. 3. 1 .
Secretary of State of the State of Florida The vote cast In compliance with .. N 210 ft. E 105 Lot .. 7 and I _____n_ ____________ A E Donegan --_-_-_._.___-? T.11 ;
do hereby give notice that a general said proposed amendments. and the of Unknown _ S.16Beg KX L aloya AdeltloaLot .

election will be held In each coun canvass. declarations and returns ::l5f finw cor. of lot 78. run 1 ________ _________.__________ R W. Melklejon _____.__________ ..,
ty In Florida on Tuesday next succeeding th.r..of. shall be subjected to the same 0 1 ft, 8 105 ft. W 117% ft. 1 Lot 1 ________ ___ _____,__ -______ J. Hicks .______.___________. .
the first Monday In regulations and .. as are 108 ft -- Cha McCoskey ______ ________ 11.40 Lot 4 ___u_ _________ ___________... R. O. Johnston ____.___________ 2.1.
1). 111*, the said Tuesday being law for general elections W. H. Faravr'B R* ..wi Lots I. '1. 17. 07. 88 and 81 __On A. E. Donegan ------- -________
seventh day of November, for the rOt ""dlbe of Florida. 1.Addltb.. .. Preoaeem Lot ---__________ ________________ Dan Johnson .-______ ___ : ._ 10.11 ,
location or rejection of the said In wh.r..of. I .hav. hereunto Perk9.bDlv..5 Let .T*)_ Lot 28 _______________ ____________ A- L Holmes ____________-____ '.'1
resolutions proposing amendments to set my hand and Or..t Lots 1 and 4 _____- J. W. Thompson __-'_______ S 90 Lot SB ___ -_ __ ___________ _____ Bass -.----- --. -__.___'
the Constitution to the State of Flor Seal of the State of Florida. >t Lots 19, 24. 26 and Z8 -- T>. Kelley ___________________ 1LS6Pn Lot 41 to BS, Inc. ____________ _____ Joel Yates _.____ _____________ 1.11
vie: have the Capital thl. the twentyfifthday .r rt Perk. be/.. a ;wIYj.. Lots and 81 __ _--______u________ E. L Lesley u__________________ MrL. ,
Ida of July A. D. 1916. .f Lets H> aa. F. .'. Lot _______Uhuu______ J. Moore ___________________.
Joint Resolution proposing an arnt-n- ttteall H. CLAY CRAWFORD. J. W. Lilly's Aaalrloa

A meal to Section 9 of Article 9 of the 33-3mos Secretary of State Lots!"Indlfl _____ ________________ W. D. r-race .81 Lots 1 and S. Block SLot _______________ Polk ____ -_ __ __n____.__ 1.1'
State nn.tltutlon. relating to tai lots 21 and 2d T. I,. Curry __i.___________---- 1 7. Block ______________________ Berry Padgett __________________
tlon and finance APPLICATION FOR TAT Lot .. canal) F I*. I. Co's .urv i.;. B. Clark ______n____________ I 68 A. E. D... ..'. aakdl-lea af NHof t
Be Resolved bv the Legislature of > RKCTIOIV H74 ANn Plav Creat Sabalvlslea .f Lets : KV4 of NEVi .f N W% -e.'zH.
State of Florida. THE ... NM- i Ta as, n z* -
following amendment OT BTB (.K KHAI. STATUTES Lot I W. E. Walsh _ 276 Lots B and 6. Block 1 W. 1.06'
Section That 9 the of Article 9 of the Constitution STATE OF FI.OHIDA. Lots 2 -to- (t. 'Inc-. A. E Honegan 44" Lot 3. Block 2 ---_-_::::::::::::::::"rHr':;a-_-.-::-..--..:::::: ,

of the State, relating tn taxatlo- that Mra JMillinR Lots Tan" 8 Mrs Lola O Cole 2 17 ". I. H.t... A.dUI.10f -
and finance Is hereby agreed to and Notl. Is hereby given of Tax Lots 11 to 18. Inc _- Mrs S T Cooper ""_----t- 1195 ft .qual' In Block ? ____ H H. _______________. 11.11 j
nhall l>e submitted to the ..I""tor. of C. er. purda..r C..rtn- Lots 19 to 48 Ino A. E. Donegan ._ 17.70 A. Carooa's Addltloa
the State for adoption or rejection at ate No 24. R.t"n1..the 6th RoherRua Addition Lot ft, lilock A -----------------------4. n AVIlllams _____Un.____ I.It i if
the next general ereaftrr. A H 1914. h Bald ( lli"t..ulrravx S9or.e.ker'. Nabdl vliiloa ef Blocks !.ot 10. Hock A nnnnn. nnh_ R. ron"lan __________________ t.lT
9 of Article offlpe and has made Lot __ L ___ __
Is t'> elite. that Section : "1)1. sad II. 14.: C -- huuuhn_ F. 1.1' ,
that 9 of the Constitution of the State I eed to l,nue In accordance 'to Lot 2 E Wooten 312 1.01. 3 to fl. Inc ,. and 12 and 13. Klk L_ L Lesley ---- __----_ --- 10.81

I, amended to rend ". follows law .. .mbraces the following Lot 6 _--- _--- ---_ Kllra Bunn -"-,_ T SB Lots. 7. 8 and 9. Block D --__nhh Ordla Bass __n__ ______nu____ .
( .
."Section 9 There oh.1 l><- exempt "llln"Bt. and .. .. '. !ahdlvt.t.a f>f- II.. ,VHI. Kl..l... llelsjktB -
l\lng .
taxation' the value of ,1"M"rl.,1 IBn.l. h..I'n f "... l 1.01. 33 to S8. Inc 10C 38 to 47. Inc ,'.
the from I liundr.:.d ,prop.TU. I' :: ;to -\'..rv wldnx:l OM..oll County ftnt. Lots 1 and 2 J Tf Robinson _._ f a- Lot 52 53 title 1O1. Inn Lota .

that him a fnmllv and to \erv' pet Him who la n 4ta of SW' 'y SW4 Lot K H H -- I.onirenla Wright 27r ) 62 and 6 __nuun._ It M .Mannell ____uuu___
of Soctlon
fl i'renlilent. of the State mid Im' nnil SKI. of \4 4 of K\t Lot 6 -u -- RO.. Johnston Lots 92 and _. ___nuu.uu__ \V n. Kanklns __ _____nn____. l'II .
1.11 a or been ell'lh'd In war or Thirty (30) Township Thlrt Twi'nt.- > ((11)F.axt -. x) Bi-ir Rl>-ft. N- of SE ror of Block TL. Lot 95 _ H ._ uunh..n. ____ Frank Vans Agnew ____ __....
10.t Ilnl. ((261. Rouge > -on tuna \,- 90 ft N BO ft. E 90 ft R in ft R IA Davis 1_ 4 20 Jokaatoa'M ParkLots -

liv misfortune In All except S 220 of F 38 f of BlockWU 1 to 6, lute. Block 1 __ ________ Honegan Cattle Co _____________ t.tjf ?
Resolution an The said l"nl. Iwlnl a..M..1 for tax f .- - Unknown - 880 Lots 1 to 6, Inc. "Block 2 uu____ Ponea-an Cattle Co. ________u___ '.11
A Joint Sections propn.lo. 4 ot of Mrs n tar, at d.iteof except ft of E 38 k Lot nioek 3 __ Mrs F. H. Morton '
to All I nu.UUuu -----------
amendment VII of the Constitution of the lBB. >lan Article of FlorldaVJi'lB-tlng to c..n..u.. said ('rtncat. shall be need redeemed ft of .kfX .. ax of 1114 S O Rass _r-. 1. > Lot Rlock I ___________ _________ :. Ashman __-_ ____________ .'
State ;\ : a..rllnl Tlx of Block of 1416 a. C. Baas ____ 1:00Waters : Lot 6. Block ( C E _.
ft --
and npporllnnmebnlie Resolved t>v. the of will h.r'on on the 2nd day of N 40 A Var...'Lo.x (' '.I ReSab1)ivb.lo. - Lota 1 to 10 Block I -7'::::::::::::::::: Donegan h'tnr-.--:::::--::::-- UI ..

I of Florida L."I..latur. September A 191 (. of If"Lot Lots 1 to 10. Bock 8 ______ ______ Donegan o. _____.__. ._ 4.SO
State to J. L OVERSTREET, 10 _ __- >_ -- J H Woodall _ 2 IK Lots I to 10 9 -_- _- __ Donegan Cattle Co -- -: T.' j jDnnegan ''i'
That the following amendments lor- Clerk Ir..ul Court O..c.olo County All of mock At. H8. B2 O7 Mrs Anna Tano 7760Beg Lots to 4, Inc. and 8 to 8, n--Block :

the Constitution of the State of ) .... State da 8i-Bt 80 ft R of NE cot ani Block C3. 10 _n.__ u ___________ __n______ Cattle Co. ...______.... I..41
and hallrh.kaubmtttrd to (Circuit Court Seal ) rune S 60 ft W 99 ft. N 50 ft B 99 ft Alonzo Green ____ __________u__ S 92 Lot. 1 and 2. Block 12 __00_ Foster Newton ______ _______-__ 1.'
togand the EVt of C3 lands to B. Allen. A J iota 9 10. Block 11 --nnu_ A. K Nelson ________ _________._. 1.0
the electors of th.State at the g.or.n.rll.I""ton NtrTU OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Dean anil except n Smith : Donetran 12 2R r.ots I an. Inc. Block IS ____________ M. M Marl _____ ___________. 2.9',
In 1918. for rln..aton 1'- DEED tIN' Inrn SKXXIOIM RT4 A Ni > Block CS Mrs. Josie Bass __ ____________ 1080AISobf Lot 8. Block IS R W. ) 1.1
W 4 of u - ---
herehv BTR OKNK.KAI. .TATUTK at cor of Block F8. lot 1.: Block 14 ::::::::::::::::::::: Mrs. Belle Donegan :::::.... 1.24" ly

Section 2 of Artllf VI TIN STATE OF "LOR.nA. : \ E 1 N 70 ft. W 198 Lot 8. Block 14Lot _______ -_ ______-- Ada Alley ______ ___:________ r
amended so as "ed af fol..1 ; --- J. J -,- !85 A. Block 14 _nnnnn. MlBS E. Donegan ______ ___ 1.44 1j
convene ---
The Legislaturesthat thereafter Notice I Is hereby given .rttl"l\t.I. Beg at- -- -r'-of--- --, Block 3. runs Pad..t Lot 10. Block I ____un__ -_, ____ Mrs. A. F. Donegan __________._ 1.44
In the year of 1919 and of the Barber, purchaser of Tax 3 107 %F. W 18 N 107: ft. E Lots' 1 to 6. ., and 8. 9 and 10, Rlk ISA. Donegan Cattle Co. _______.___. 1.9Mrs
hall consist of one member Nod. 16. 128. 12. 130 and 11 118 ft Q J Bas 1965 K. n... .'. .. ..... of WV4 of r'
State -
..nllt. from each county In the orRepresentatives 6th of . I). 1914 filed hasnode Lots I and -2.-Block-8 -________0 H O Slever 849'Lots li .f. . ftVt .. HH tt of +
House moffice and 1
and of one memher of the In said c..rllcat. In 4. 6 It Block A .. - Mrs T. J. Bell tl'" of SKV. 8..... l"..TaJO.;. R SLots X
from each county of for Tax Deed to Issue Lota 1 A da"a d NV4 of : 8 Henry Partln u------------------ 48 4R 4 and B. Block 6 ___u_____._____ 0 Norton _-_._ 1.4
the State for every ten thousand fracilon In Ic..ordanc.. to law All of Block 9 LCI-Bi l M. Whldden -,- 4.4 Lot 4 to 3. Inc.. Block 7 n__?______ K. K. I.lend 1.0| $%
the follow
population therelror the malor Said ".rtnc/t..1 embrace NU. of Lots 1 -and--C d-- II: iL Lot 8. Block 8 ,. _u.J.J Orlffln _ 1.4 '

thereof where there may be a ma- fu.Mr County and being Block 18 ____ -MM Marsh _____--____ -_ 23 7F Lot S to B, Inc. Bli i- 9 -------------A. E Donegan -......
onumleftber ofpopulation dividing of the si oaceola State cf All of Block 17 Mr F. Mcintosh 14 "I Lot' 6, Block 9 _. h_ .__ __________ Pat Johnston ._-_ ______________ 1.
whole Klorlda. to-wi: R Tlner 18.SS Nicks dk WwssMsAdlt/..-
18 W.
of Block
county by the number ten thpusanfl Lots 3. 8 and 9 of Block 17 S; N Sege 82 NW ft con of Block----20--,-r- i-8--10--- Lots' 8 and 4., Block 1 .. ____ ____ Z. T. Rial ____________________ S.I i
that each county ..h.1 Ijt. I. 2 and 8 of Block 2 J; Lots __ 229' : L..._ }
fet _
Jrovlded. that Lot 9 of Blo..kZ n. R 100 (I. N ino ft. W 100 Mrs. Prl.cla Ba U..t.
one Representative than threeRepresentatives 6.. 7 and and Lot 8 of:23 Block of Block 28. 30, all of said Lots 2, S and R. Block A _.- Mr. _____'- 1.21 B.. f. W of N 'oor .'f Nn5% of y,
no county shall mol' LandompanyS Lot' 1. Block Minx ___ RIO V Fe lie Tp R 2*. run. S
In the House of of Ran theelected being In the Florida No.1.Drained Lot *. Black I __ _____________ Elisabeth Robinson _. ------- >' 11.46 143 ft, h SOI ft. W S46 } cline
resentatlves The members .hall b.. : lubdlvl.lon assessed NMi Lots 4 and 6. Block D _.n____ ('1. C. McLean ___________ ___n t2.All 4S8.46 ft. to < section, or city '
of Representatives The said iret except N ft of Lot 1. Block J_u Starling 21.IKN then E) BOSft, to beg tax of
and Rusaefl. E.
for yea. name of R. R. O. H. I R'L 14.26leg. : Hamilton ___._. ,It
dateif 10 of 4 Block Starling 1
b. at the
K. Sexton
th. member. of the Senate Savoy and S. ft. a bf NE cor. J Lot 1. Block R Beg. 111.1"ft. Wof"Ni5"corner"of"NlB4of
elected for a term of four years, .x- Issuance of said certificate lJ W ft 8 6* ft. E 89 SB % Sea II. I R I. runs
as her.lnaf.r provided The election Unless said certificate shall be redeemed M I f.L J. H. Smith .... 11.16 8 W i.'po ft. ft W

for e.oh end plaa.branch' shall Th. will according thereon on to the law ISth Tax day Deed of I be at the came time In I..u. of and S --- R. F. Collier line then B ftto b. taxof
of Senators elected .TRa : Johnston20.36 111 A. Hamilton ..
.rm of office AUwVtn.m"nanS All of Block U John ------ --- -
1111 shall xoIre. on the Ar.t Monday and official real at Resort Bausa .Addltl..ot -._ : SW H of 8B U Bee.-14 -i.Ri:_ I Voile ..._ _==.-. -..? 1t'
of'Senators of
of office this the 18th day : :
term Klsslmmee.
1.1. The t Robinson -. t.'0 of NEK flEU I
elected In 1.11 from F.cambia: the following -. A D. 1119. J. L. OVKR8TREBT.. Cot* a and 4 ________________________ A W. Jackson _-____________ 8 CO oL I L Lesley __.......... "J'1J
... t.-.I: Fla4aa Hatlraaal of EH'of 8Wtf"Vf'arfKSe"T$, ., ',
-Oadsden, count. Madison flu Lalayette. Clerk'Circuit Court 0.01 County. U. .) Block 1 _S.1 N. F. Baa .: -_-_.__ t.41 p U. R 21 Oeo., N.' Inks __ t ;!
Taylor Columbia State of Florida SJ-It ". Block V ..-..,_ M. J. Hlek tJ.OB ot NI( atrtlWt of NNE-8ie l/, v '
1- (Circuit Court Seal.) -1-------------- ._ __ W. Mrr . .._ tBi
.al Maron.. 8umter.. V9Iu..l.. Hamiiton.A1achua. g 2 moat. Block. *'7------ Mr* OC.. 4L$$ of/SDR of 4 .1=\:"T._. 33.Mac A ' ',

Broward. Liberty, reach HernandoPinellas and Sc&Ry A Knight hav. flr. 11 .41 decrees>.WIv-Tt.. I'JT ...1- T. I' I I'Hof ____ Sam Harwell .. '.

're.ar4 Pal1n Monday cornat their I .to Stewart avev. then .** Bar .
c. qrt far. of Q W. Op>0
a" o most northerly "
Ley'. mal SenatorS to b.I.t.d 1 in'fla condition prom- ave. to ; Tax Aell.etoe itlriimm.e
all other *
'In ;
a1 T.
In 1111 on the artlxondafr a full .I Kt Block. *l.iL222Ll-i5. 1.10**! C______..,- 4r.M Br r. R CUe. -

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4444444444444004, breakfast is one of the best possible

,. O "bracers" known. Some prefer it hot, UGH! CALOMEL MARES YOU SrCK.DON'T
It 4 ABOUT EATING. but that is merely a matter of pre!. ,
St CloudDepatment 0 e eeence and has no great bracing ad '
: 4 By Dr. J. Y. Porter, State Health vantage. And remember tha> good CONSTIPATED'
Officer. < clean water, cooled without actual STAY BILIOUS
. .' 4) ,Contact with ice, i. the: most wholesome .,
a NEWS .ANt> NOTES OF THE "WONDE CITY" FROM OUR OWN' <0> + + + 4) -> -> 4) <- ,.
us. lon't be afraid of it. dealer1 sells. a.
e SPECIAL, CORRESPONDENT We don't know how to cat. \ Fruit, ripe but'not overripe, is nl- "Dodson'r Uver Tom"1 Will Wean Your. Your cent dnifrprist bottle of or Dodson'i law yon Tone .
Probably 95 men and women of the most a necessary part of the daily 50 i.
,, 1 average 100 actually need instruction menu. Not one person in a hundred Sluggish Unr Better Than Calomel under my personal guaragrttw .' .
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Lenox left Tues. I 4440 40444vJ4444, on the subject. They cat t j much should eat meat more than once a day. Sallvlff.. will clean :your sluggish liver betUr"th.sick-
: day morning to visit with relatives 00< SHINGLE CREEK. 4 or they dont cat what they shouldeat. It is only habit that demands it more nasty calomel; i it' wou't.D&ke''OO'

and friends at Chicago. III., and In <444444044444444Mr They make too little change between ' frequently, and the use of it two or Calomel makes you sick; yon lose a and you can1 oat anything you wmnk-
l Ohio before returning In the fall. the diet of summer and that of three times a day regularly, has ultimate -1'a work. Calomel li qulolnttirvr and without being salivated.\ Youridruggisiguarantees -. ..
Mra. E. C. Hoffman, who has beer winter. They fail to re..lize the va'y- bad effects. It Balivateat calomel) injure' your liver: that each spoonful will Ur*
.\ visiting her mother, Mrs. Dutton, left and 'Mrs. C. O. Newland and ing requirements of childhood, middle I It doesn't bring about irreparableharm If you are' bilious- feel lazy Btuggish your liver, clean your bowel a....'
Tuesday to visit her father, who Is I George Overstreet entertained a few age and old age They are creatures to skip a meal once in awhile and all knocked out, If your bowels are straighten you up by morning or yM'gt't
in Johnson City, Tenn., and will then friends with a pleasant lawn party at of habit in eating, aa well ns in It does not work lasting injury to constipated and your bead aches or back. Children gladly .

return to her home at Willows, Cali- the Newland home Tuesday night. morals, politics and give your stomach a brief vacation fltomach .is sour, just take a spoonful of take your)od money on's Liver Tone because it .to' .
I Thei time was spent merry gameson They use nbout as much real intellp-I Treat it '
,occasionally. instead
fornia. as you would harmless Dodson a Liver Tone 4
( or'
and' d grip
:. Mrs. Mollie E. Martin left Tuesday the lawn where ,a delicious i ice gence with one as with the your best friend. When it finally of using sickening, salivating careens pleasant tatting
t, morning' for Lawrence, Kansas, where course was served. Those presentwere This matter of diet, especially ,in stops work, you stop too. Don't over l liver cramp or make them nick.
t she will be all winter educating her : Mr. and Mrs. Fox and children 1- the good old summer time, ought to work it and be especially: kind to it cine.* I am .wiling millions of' bottle of

granddaughter.'Mr. Mr. and Mrs Jim Bronson Mr. have more real study put upon it. And I in the summer season. cause you will wake up feeling. fine, I)o Young, of Oklahoma City,. and Mrs. W. L. Mosely and children, diet includes drinking as well as eating your liver- will'be working your hnul- found that this pb'asant,"vf'lot.aLl"' "..
Okla., arrived Monday evening and la Mrs. Austin and mother, Mrs. Over- -liquids as well as solids.It THEREADING OF BOOKS. ache and diuineaa gone, your stomach medicine takes! the place. of daiajuiuu I ecalomel. '
a guest at the Bonair House, and expects street Mr. and Mrs.' R. L. Ivey Misses would he next to impossible to I -- will be sweet and bowels regular. You !. Buy one bottle on my sound

to locate here. Iva Niswongcr, Edythe Niswonger, lay down rules that would producethe How are the young folks of today: will feel like working.: .iVpn'll In- oWrfcil reliable. guarantee. Ask yoi\r; druggist
i Mr. C. D. Brenner, of Atchison, Margaret Anderson, Evelyn Austin best results for all alike. So acquire the reading: habit? They ; full of energy, vigor and ambition. about me.
# Kansas, is expected here on Thursdayto Anna Biesner, Barbara Bi to school and thcv ere taught
I garet Biesner, :\lesl + look over our city.C. --- --- --
ii much about literature than it
'. S. EaVl l Bronson, Collie Button, followed for it is only when the- more
r E. Carlson and W. Alyea motored be teach the and -
'' the custom to boys
to Kissimmee Tuesday afternoon Flyod Bronson, Raymond Niswonger stomach goes! on a positive strike, refuses 'Iwas of earlier gencrctions. Yet .OOOOOO.OO OOO oooooooo OOO t.OO'tO oot OOOO. ..
I and vSrady Cromartie.Mr. do and makes all :
business. I' to its duty
I on Auxiliary to'' : and Mrs. Arthur Alderman, kinds of internal disturbances, that I somehow it does: not appear that when i
The Elsie I' McElroy I
school read the books
I leave1 they
i the Army and Navy Union held their Miss Susie Sullivan and G. Ald<'rn1.ln the propreitor is brought/ to the condition they written by th.8 authors with whose' INSURANCE and REAL ESTATELet i
regular meeting Monday afternoon were Shingle Creek cullers Sunday. where he is willing to obey
l)1 : made business trip I Mrs. John Thomas waN in Kis -im- diet orcl..rR-to do what the doctordirect names they become familiar an the \
W. S. a
i' Alyoa : great ones of the literary world. It insure Life Health Property.
Tuesday.Mr. us
to Jacksonville on Friday last returning mee shopping !.. your your your
: and :Mrs.' Jim BI'on"on.Ir: and Different' foods have different sustaining does not appear in fact that manyof
I on Saturday. and I P. I I. Cromartie them road books cf my kind un- Information in regard to for
,( Mrs. Melissa Burke died Thursday I M rl! Rube iamb '' or building or heating valui-s. less it i is the sensational :end trivial property
(t morning, August 10th after a long were among/ those who visited Tampa I The young child l is hest served by n novel1of I the day and even these they sale and rent cheerfully given. 1
e illness, at the home of her daughter, Tuesday.Mr. milk (diet, ck-an, fi'e"h, sweet milk.
The fUIH'rall : and Mrs.: E. I.. I D. Ovorslroet I I first teeth naturt-'s suggestionhut 'have little leisure for. '
Mrs. Thomas Fleming. Its are So other mutters: take theirattojitimi. In addition to fifteen other good companies, we ;
services were conducted by Rev :Mel- left Saturiiity\ to spend a wto weeks' ,: the yiingsU-r: requires more solid I ninny ,
The automob'le is hin
1 maker Miles undertaking parlor on mention at Green; :Springs.1li's ; food food that inu-t be chewed. Thealmiing l ono now represent the well known
the formation of the rca'linp I
drama to
Buike leaves : Kdythe =Ni.wong'.T pent :Mon- food which, -
:Mrs. \ in
Friday afternoon. man requires '
I six children to mourn her loss. d,lav in Kissimmee.Mr ,lh. flriiuMits for repairing' muscularAaMe ;:' h\lnt.: frtsci, Thefroc<'on. the It /gives is ROMP FIRE INSURANCE CO. of.flew YorkSecond
Mrs. and two children: of *, O. K. Seivej'' returned\ to predominate. The man who Uippi more 'notingo. iP.t''IWe :.
her'i I ) thin Any H>ooT< of Motion ::D G. 7 .A..cGr1'TE: \
;,\ Ruskin, Fla., arrived Monday to spc''ulJ "loniiin KissimiiK'e after\ a I ti month with11': ''. Millvr', *> mulhei vl I isit with her mother, :Mrs. (G.; H.IVoodall. I rood. and particularly 1 -* ti'MipliuiKlng I 1 toav 1 notliiosT\ anything i { r.iori f
invite1 I know Floor Citizens Kissimmee I : Fla.
-eriou1. ; n ;; no re Bank 'Idg. ,
})'P. Minerva it. Cushmun. I \ i iMi I food, thin hen lie \\as more acively "Mo\'e" attract inultiUnlito t i
rinl.) iliildieii '" fusal. : a I
: 'lint Hionson I
s Mr. and l !Mrs. Winn mid duught-rs engaged! in ixhau-ting( manual r.vntl.i-
not --
wlioin motor
llrriis. Iunu'd to llu-ir hiiine nt Windei,,in f curs aio
and :Miss Mattie! Belle : ( 011"- (' r.l.c.1J'nt\ ,
Idc. and there err <: inreami" the
F posed a bathing party from KI-SIIII- FIIIIIuCII'r'' a cult, with )hl1oth"\ ; ,, \\ hilv.uch) ..aI. ha\e a gcn.'i- luivi.i" of luivinir j
tIIld 1 the gtnu1 -
:\11 _. F E.; I. II. (Ovei-tieet.
h mee Monday evening. 1 I ,I'u ,ipphcdam| | 1' ' iiidivi'lual\ : pH'fefi'iue) tii.i, "
.1 l th.'mrrh '
i < \ ut i n- ;
n /i.u
The Presbyterian Sundayshoal') HO'Il) 'I Cinmailie: -,petit SaturdayUK i;'mil unit? :air tlv guidenidi. c u-ti.illy .. ,,
i'i thi' d '
k.5 picnicked on Thursday at :Mr., Had4 : ] Sunday vvith hniiie folks heir. I ro1Io\\'d., | and -o long :. every, nunn ? I of acti'it\" Kir, f t- -,fO""I'
( lake f" IIt. I !F. II. Tynercnt" to T.unpa, 'l'oos I health Iwlievo-\; 'demii'il a srooil lift ;a.u: 11 f
- well's place! on the > normal" cuntirU-ntly Indirn.'noli.. Sl.-r. WHERE SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL?
Miss Ella (Hand who 1"h"- 'n vI i I"- day to visit, h1,- ,i-tw. Mi-, U'al'i'i, ,lint t I l h' lift,,\ luttei than the (| i' ; ,::\ icing Dr.) :M. B. (Cushinun returned '0 UiotiMin)), \\lid. 1 i- in a lio-piti.r' : thei .-. .I 101 all,1. -... chat 1 i- ;!nod for Itlln.1
; it' her home at. Ruskin Fla on F, hl.y,. Mi--, G( i (' )n16s, of Kissimmee. i- 1"n, t'fi'i. i nee, i i liUly td \lie the Lax-Fos A Mild Effective Laxative t. Liver Tonic VNIVKUSITY OF' ,, Florida; Stale, College for Women
i j'last.l i .iMting. at' the \\mid.ill 'Imme.Mr ; :S'atuic' aii'l' hits it' in )m Mlc nge! Jr'1 Des Hot l Gripe nor Disturb the Stomach.In Gainesville; TallHha-r.i
'j Mr. and Mr*. S. 11. Hunt who have : anil :Mis. ill'nlll'1: i s. ( ;J. I Ii! ,.o intimately, that it' ,i- ditfieult, addition, to other properties Lax-Fos Investigate' its advantages] Ih'foren Institution of the Highest RankChoosing
h been spending some time, at AsheR \iVKi( Your for the Education: of Young Women
> Ville, N. C., arrived home Wednesday :Mis. G.(; C. Bronson nidtoied, tu \\ 111.t'l'r Kill oven to the cieature, of pr, ,(r.1 stimulating Laxative andTonic. Lax-Fos College
f', morning. I I'urk Sunday.Mrs. reiu-e and habit, ., a few hints may have acts effectively and does not gripe nor 136: ( Students from 51 Florida coun- ;j"H> Students from 52 Florida Counties -
:, I 11 Floyd Mosher made n business trip : Andeisun spurt Saturday and vane value. They may at least t sugrest ':- disturb stomach. At the. same time, it aids and :24! States and Foreign Coun- ti!! and 11 States 191 .".16.( Total
to Orlando on Tuesday. I sunday) visiting relatives at (Oi!tinge': the idea f "trying anything once digestionarouses the. liver and secretionsand tries 1915-1C.! Total 818 Including818 Including Summer School.
\" it. '' Miss Marion Harmon gave a bunco Center. ,nyuyo" that a partial ""lime. restores the healthy functions. 50c. '
About' Mrs. R. L. Kirkland sister i of :Mrs.Juul Summer School. Write at once for Catalog.
,I f party on Tuesday evening. ness may l he avoided. -- -
', i , twenty young people were present I )[ Yates, died lest Tuesday at Savannah Individual Pl'derences-that is, na- Write at once for Catalog. EDWARD CON'RADl I. President.A. .

kt ; '"'and the evening was enjoyed by all/I II Ga.; after a brief 'illn.'Rs.Mrs. ure-governed by an appreciable degree A. :MURPHREE, President.< 2D-7t
I, The Young People's Union meeting Yates left Tuesday for FOItM"acle of real intelligence ore a fairly REAL ESTATE
'will be held Sunday evening in the |I where the body was taken for safe guide. But such preferences

{ Christian church under the leadership burial. should) include \'ariety-fruits cereals Mining purchased the propertyon
Ide. and bro' .ds, vegetables and
'of William (: / r
Brack and Bass
t* Five'cars of young people motored WOMAN BEAUTIFUL.A meat, hUt none of them to the exclusion the corner of --- ..... ....- ..... .. ... -\I... .... .....
to.Wekiwa Springs on Sunday. of tho rest. The one-sided dietIs streets, two blocks north of the j ...- A 111- V.
'I i t Mrs. P. E. Morgan, who has been beautiful 'woman '* God'a: mas- generally accepted as an inciting Christian church) N. Kissimmee, I
':. I- visiting her parents at Brownstown, terpiece. She r: Ics the wor'd in spite cause of pellagra., The lack of vegetables -have moved both my Realty Parlor

., lUs* arrived home last Thursday ever oi man's hosted strength/ and power. and fruits induces r.curvy. and residence from Lake View May-Stout Lumber Co. .
But what is beauty ? A woman
may The summer diet in Florida should
nng.Mrs.' Hanscona, who has been v iit- \have an attractive face and perfect ndude copious draughts of water, cottage, S. Kissimmee, to same. ."
,' .t'lag with friends in Savannah, S. C., form and not excite adniration. She cooled water, between meals. It Will lie pleaed to meet my old customers DEALERS IN ,
arrived home, li-st week. I may lack come of the p' ysicrl I perfections should be drunk sparingly at meals. as well as new. Select

.. The Loyal Women's and Girls' So- I yet because of charming: mail- .On 'or two glasses of cold water taken homes, choice farms, vacant lots House Building Materials of all
t> cieties of the Christian church will : ner excite admit ation and inspire love. : fifteen or twenty minutes before
all at Bullard's on The woman who is gentle and refined .. -- and acreage at prices and terms
i f hold an day picnic -- ----- - -
Friday. I and with a rympathotic nnture, whois -to suit. City and country properties f Kinds I
F. M. Ludwig left Monday for a ever ready to melt in kindness NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD for exchange. .
short visit to New York City N. Y. j where there is human need; one:!! I
\ f The Order of the Eastern Star held whose noble impulses make her obliv Sxpels: scrofulous humors from the Novelty Works in Connection.
j Ian all day picnic Thursday at Wildwood !I ous of serf.! Such a woman is nn ir- 'cause The Elite Realty ParlorMRS.
lood which
*- across the lake. .resistible force and commands the cs- constipation, ma-
d\ ,' Mra.grove Dollie Thompson of Oakland, teem of the universe Her very pure aria, rheumatism, sores, ulcers, pim- SUMMERS, Mgr. All we ask it let at figure on your estimates. j

Cal. sad Mrs. Angelina Mann, of Mo- !ity dispels evil thoughts.! She deserves of: les, etc. Get it at Osceola Pharmacy 207 last $t.,Cir. Bract Kirtk Kluirauei Courteous Attention and Prompt Deliyery. -
and receives the lioraajjc r I
ydesta, Cal., arrived Tuesday evening on a guarantee to satisfy.
and are the pleats for a week at the mankind. She refuses fulsome flattery -
r,(tBonair House. : as an insult, homage abc receivesas Phone 21 Kissimmee, rlaa j
4 f The Lake Shore Club had a .bath- a right. Befor such n woman we'eel .
honored when we stand uncov
.l ng party Tuesday' evening.Woodbeck Miss ered. ... "' ... .. ... .. '" "
,.. Mr. and \Mrs. J. P. _
ILenora Richardson, George: Gardner; -
.f F. K. Atwood and Mr. Cadel, of Kis- Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up SystemThe The of the worldare

\ ,immee, were St. Cloud visitors Sun- .Old Standard general trrnKtheninK tonic. eyes I II
chill TONIC driver out
.1 I
evenin i
,..nrlche the litood.and builds upthe aye
Malarla >
'1' A. Drawdv and G. H. Clark i tarn. A true Ionic. For.dull. and children. 9Oc>
'Y Orlando visitors on Monday. t the who I The Favorite Store of Kissimmee 1-
tay-eem n Phillips, of Orlantlo, was on man _
; city Tuesday.
?. 1 and \Mrs. George Given, of Wa-
''''' passed through St. Cloud Men- j,
...".' yon their way home. :
\ t' 'Roy Van )Denl.;:ig/ and r other Mrs., FURNITURE ?
i l vary[ Van Denberg' and laughter
k>; 'rs. Bailey, spent Tuesday, ) in (Orlan-' SAVES

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.# The Priscilln Club met on Friday -
4 st with Mrs. )Dorothy KuFholim and; ESPECIALLY[ ADAPTED
:; pleasant afternoonvus spent by; art
o sent. .__ .. I II
ALA'SLO'V- i-.I/n--; For Your I


+ I .. State pAUSE for a moment, young man, !
Icnla claims the lov. .t t Hi-lit rated
the Icwest water ra..cIn: the state give a thought to self. The I In connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete .

Is is a big thino: ; for any citv..ii ,
Would be n little enviooof Ocala Our Instruc- problems that confront now or
P9 it ret for tl e fad hat when you Vandle reliable

t rE new plant get: into op' ration tits F r eeI live Catalogue will a few hence.Look
eland rate will be cqu .My us, low I and Weekly years .
not lower. The OCT.( r.te is "ix'' Price 'List Bed Room Furniture, Dining i i
k. foli.rhvin era from
,... ts per w. : about you-the men of affairs ia'country, slate, nation- ,
. 'cents down to two :'n, a half yes Room Suits Kitchen Outfits; Par- '
t ts for power, dep'n-lent i-pon tile SEND FOR in the world, are the men who started to save early in life. ,
ount of current use1. The n2W I for Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
I land plant upon which 'ork i is I t THEM TODAY They ban the respect and confidence of the community. ,
t '*;, greasing satisfrctor.ily, and] which | Couches Etc.
will be for !r-
ready <
'/ a. expected op Then look on the other side-at the fellows who spend' all tl ,
'X >n in about! sixty days, will be of r IN SEED CQ; -j
|T ila capacity and ita up-to't'.ic-: ..ake-they may haTe a good time for a while, but what does tk -a

w a uto current machinery at an will extremely be able' to pro-low g JACKSONVILLE FLA. personality reflect? This store is making a record for itself in the matter of

.v u. It is hope and expected that a helping people'to outfit homes. Come and see. Our prices are
:, _!Cal reJuction in rates can bo tf-I r -' A dollar or so deposited in this bank will lie th* right

j: ; ed. the Lakeland plant being muooJly nucleus of an honorable, independent career.

., owned and tho saving inaction Make Your --
your befinninc n w-today.
I therefor nntur-.lly cooing Vulcanizing Inner Tubes25c
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the oonauuier.-Lakclr.nd Tele- bank boek wiD+ pare the way.
,G a Patch

General Auto Repairing25c State Bank No matter what kind of an Engine you have--Gas, Steam,

Railroad hare
Stationary Engine
a or -we exactly the Tools 70*

an Hour aNd in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, etc, t

L of KissimmeeCapital all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that will
Cars Cleaned and Oiled surprise* yon. This don haa the reputation of handling only ,t' ,.

BLOOD stock __________________ __________100000.00 hardware that Is superior quality and you will make no ... .;

75cARTHUR RaMsu-ca Tr _____________________-________ 400,000.00 lake in comuag her NOW and inspecting our UK stock.
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: A. CARSON. Prcat. J. M. LEE. Vic PreaL

M JONES M. KATZ. tad Vic PraU Osceola Hardware Company
Phone 81LOa .
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'II ,i:to run it U a great deal more than partment of' Agriculture; 'by usiag
tlvs'eost of supporting a county arent. hellebore.. A half pound of thU' prison'
Newsy Motes ,About, Florida; )Agricultural News :Notes, A well tralnnd man will.1 be .I'eedfld. I. added to 10 gallons of water stir' ,
,.. ; in either ,CM*,' u red and allowed stand for' 24 :lioursThe .
I resulting extract is sprinkled t
Gleaned From, State'Papers, FURNISHED!: BY UNIVERSITY FLORIDA. HELLEBORE KILLS over the manure at the rate of 1O '

., COLLEGE, OF AGRICULTURE FLIES ,IN MANURE i rations to every' eight, bushels or '10"",
:.cubic feet of manure. Experiment
Hellebore* been suggested a* a by' the Department show that from
The com crop <..tFtl: Meade and county to construct a Tttridge across substitute for borax'In killing fly larvae 88 to W percent of, the fly' larva.
vicinity is reported to be splendid Charlotte Harbor a Punta Gorda by COUNTIES 'CRANT SCOLAR-' loafers and produce fruit ,of poor in manure. It i ia contended by were tilled,by' this treatment.
condition with promise of bumper' -the War Department. .' SHIPS,TO UNIVERSITY quality. Most of the ruitingi, guava tome authorities that borax may:in. It must be remembered that th-' ;
Some of the fields will
yields.eighty ran
ii. amount of borax recommended for ,,'
I : trees in the state are seedlings and plant life manure containing
: lure
;r bushels, to the acre. S. L. Taylor of Tarpon Springs, Several' counties granted scholarships ,as a result the crops producejli' from applied to the soil repeatedly. given amount of manure would not:
planted some Carmen grape vines last ,to the University of Florida them; are extremely! variable, Guavas The supposition J is that the.borax: will be injurious but It is not known what
J. Walker Pope was elected year and is now showing a numberof result of the effects it would have if that amount
lade last year. This was a come fairly truo to seed when the gradually accumulate/ until it reaches
dent.of the Polk County Good fine bunches cf grapes. One vine bill passed by the ,-last Legislature ,I class is considered but thereIs a ''toxic proportions.S. were applied to the, soil year after .
Association at their the last association meeting.Among yielded 46 bunches of gropes. which authorized: tahe commissioners' marked variation in quality and productiveness S. Walker, associate chemist to year. It orobsbly would be,injurious., ,
other things of each county' to make appropriations of individual trees the University of Florida, Experiment Furthermore farmers are apt to use '
will take some to steps looking the towards roads.wen I The Plant City Strawberry Grow.ers' for sending one student from P. H. Rolfs, dean of the Universityof Station calls attention' to .Fanners' larger quantities than are recommended -'
.... legislation proectlng the of Agriculture. Bulletin 679 which contains and thus hasten tho accumulation
built by regulating traffic ', Association is to build 500 refrigerator that county to College Florida College of Agriculture, results .
them and looking towards their upon ]: berry carriers, and will operate i, One county granted the scholarship suggests that anyone who wishes to obtained by .the' United States De .,- .? p
its own line next season. About last year but, there were no start a guava orchard should select '
upkeep. 4000 boxes will be used in this .sec. applicants for it. It is offered again. root cuttings from trees witl known - .

.Three hundred acres will be planted I tion. this year. | performance. In this way the Uncertainty -
The aim of the Legislature m au- which always attends planting ...
to snap beans at Fellsmere this I I
fall. Fort Myers' will have a farmers' thorizing these appropriations was to of seedlings c.albe eliminated. '
Id'ay I October 13, at which several give some worthy student from each I There are three classes of common 'M FWi zs4yi1

Five acres will be planted' to cel- prominent agricultural experts will county an opportunity, ; to obtain an FUavas. One is a table guava whi,hI's
at Vero, making the first plant- i deliver addresses on farming, stock- education. The scholarships amountto used for desserts, canning and pre
ery ing of this crop at that place. raising and trucking; peculair to that I II board' and lodging at the regular I's Another grows tare fruits
section. dow itory rate charged other Univer- is known as the Sweet Brazilian,
farmers of and Dol- ( --+- sity students. The only restrictionsare or South American. It is inferior for 11 .''RfWraN41 =h"c I!
The Boynton : : ,
seaweed from the The work of dredging from Lake that the student shall enter the jelly or dessert and not as o-ood for .
are hauling
ray Okeechobee to the Caloosahatchee College of Agriculture and pledge canning and preserving as the table
beaches to their farms and, making is N
fertilizer. river has progressed to .such an extent himself to in some agricultural !guava. The third class is used for { ('ln
compost to use as I after ii e
| that the dredge is working in pursuit graduation. Awardsare making jelly almost- exclu..ively. The t1ItI/ IAA uyTO
of the three-mile canal and is making'prograss made by competitive examinationto fruits are rather small and have a i
Big yields forage crops are ret t I .
ported from the Fort Pierce section, '', toward LaBelle. be held by the commissioners I pinkish) or whitish flesh :an 1 ::.:: '> j
under their direction. tart. Th" Cntloy guava belongs to
of citrus :
and the acreage nicreased. plantingsis I Considerable building activity is reported Students who wish to take the ex- a different group !
to be largely I
at Clermont Heights amination for these scholarships 1
should make preparations at once, be- COUNTY DEMONSTRATION\
Making hay and hauling corn to of the meetings of tho commissioners ,
the mill is keeping the farmers around I Taylor county voted $600,000 for cause : FARMS DO NOT PAYA
good roads last week by an. over 2- before the University opens I hold J
the Fort Lauderdale section busy limited and it take sometime "its place in the sun, is the avowed purpose
to-I vote. being may I great: counties are con
these days. Both crops are fine. to make the necessary arrange- sidering a county demonstration farm. a great nation's ,conflict. To.hold "its; place in l

According to reports from Fells- The matter of holding a South Polk ments. Further information may be They propose to set &aside forty or the sun," is the object of every business ift the great
County Fair is being agitated at Ft. had by application to the county commissioners more acres and hire an expert to man- (
mere some five hundred acres aro thus to Meade. or to P. H. Rolfs, dean of age the farm. In this .way they hopeto fight for industrial and commercial supremacy. 'f;
be to early Vegetables,
planted '
the College! of Agriculture Gaines how farmers what be done by
insuring car lot shipments next sea Orlando has commenced the brick ville. scientific\ methods in their can counties. To be able to hold "its place in the sun"is the supreme ', ,

'on.' ing of several of her streets hereto- DEMONSTRATION AGENTS C K. McQuarrie. stale assent for test of an asphalt roof. It is the sun; not rain or snow !

Gid Hauge, a has pig miser 5,000 of the Okechobee his- fore unpaved. BOOST CORN YIELDDo ,the Division University, beliovesthat of Florida the plan Extension worldnot that plays havoc with a roof. If it eaR resist the drying 1
section hogs on
and is making preparationsto A new and commodious dormitoryis i pay. There are several! obvious out process of the sun beating down upon it, day after .J;
ren being built at the Montverde Industrial -. know what the corn yield i facts which support his contention.
ship you 2
several loads a. an early affect it wash ;
car the rain will
day, or snow not except to
School.: for Florida was nine years ago? It In the first place the soils of any ;
date. I averaged nine bushels to the acre, ac- county differ widely. The oractioes it clean and keep it sanitary. .
Four miles of Lake Worth-Okee- The golf links of Sebring are Using cording to estimates by the United which arive good results on the demonstration , .
chobee road west of that city has sodded to grass, and will be in fine States Department of Agriculture.Do farm might not apply to
been completed, and the work is being shape by the fall. you know what it was last year? I|different soils and in different parts ofI i
The average was a little\ over fifteen the countp. In the second place most
pushed forward as rapidly as possi| A large canning factory is one of' bushels to the acre. Now if that av- ,I'' counties are !so large that many farmers CertainteedRoofing
ble. I he latest business developments pro erage grows as much in the next nine could not visit it. Even though
hundred of pineapplas jected at Sebring.Zcphyrhills years as it has in the lasts Florida' they could find time to make a few I a..
Six been cars.from St. Lucie I, will be among the states which make I trips they would not be able to observe ',.
have shipped has boardof the from day to day and ;
this and the shipmentsare organized a the highest yield. I: crops |
county season trade. A. D. is bushels note the occasioned different '
few by ex Penny president I Twenty or twenty-five may proo-regs by
over save a
practically and W. C. Uoggs, secretary. seem: top much to expect but the same methods.!
press. methods which prpdjiced the increase e I I In addition, the tools and equip-
: l The city 'council of Arcadia his let : Ninetytwo thousand five hundred ,contracts amounting to $234,876 for average yield twenty or more. According farm would not be available to the takes its place in this sun" and holds it longer' s't,
dollars Forti have Lauderdale been placed banks on deposit for ;i I street paving in that city.Contract | to C.; K. McQuarrie, .state average; furmer. Furthermore far- than other similar roofing because it is made MI" II (i'

work in the on the good roads in Broward f jlet I|agent for the University of Florida I I j 1'mers would feel that they: could not of the very best quality roofing felt, thoroughly- ,' ,.t
has been 'for the new Extehsion Division, farmers are practicing afford to carry out the methods of the
James Deenng will prepare and |club house for the Rosalind Club'at better methods because of the I|'demonstration farm. A common crit- saturated with the correct' blend, of soft asphalts, i

4. keep up. an athletic field million for the dollar pub.lic ,Orlando. ft will be located on Lake I'influence of the county agents. They icism of such demonstrations is. "Yes, and coated with a blend of harder asphalts. The General make .r
just south of his Work four is Sola. are demanding more information. it is all very well, and I could Jo that This outer coating keep the inner saturation one third el America's -, .
estate at Miami now underway 'I <(:
They see that demonstration methods well myself if I had the state or coun-1 supply of asphalt iI.
on the field. A franchise has been(" granted by are making them money and they I I ty to furnish the money." soft, and prevents the drying out process so roll roofiag./ HI* :!-:
I the city council of Tiger Bay for an will go on until they have mastered Mr. McQuarrie believes that the' destructive to the ordinary roof. lacUitiet are naeqaald. '
The commissioners are busy mak- I electric water and ice plant in that their problems. influence of a county agent in the : .aad he fe able W !i:.
.. ing assessments against property; \tn city. There has been improvement in county would be much greater than i The blend of asphalts used by"The General produce the highs. b

the Lake Ashby Drainage will benefit district and, assessing I other crops also. General farm conditions that of a demonstration farm.- The I. ;is the result of long experience. It produces quality roofinc at th*, xg:i ia
those who exempting i While the trees are looking in good: have kept pace with the crops. county agent assists the farmer to do roofing' pliable than those which have HnreN snaaulaetar* *
will not. -
who +
those stressed and the his In this I Ing cost. iCKRTA1N .
I condition at Bloomfield, yet the fruit Livestock has been own demonstrating. way
--validation.of the crop will be .smaller this year than work of agents is just beginning to I he obtains in a practical way the information leu saturation;, and which are, therefore ; .TXKDIB 'f{;
A demurrer to the bonds last. show. In some counties the increase which is frequently given harder and drier. lalD&de .....oa.a'At' '- ,
$300,000 good over- in the number of has been from from the. platform or in publications.
hogs _
slate e 4 skiar
each co *
of [
whelmingly voted by the citizens The National Farmers' Cooperative 100 to 300 per cent.: :Along with live- Several dozen demonstration farmers of the General's big mitts expert iM/There laatyfeofCIRTAlNTJtip -,
the Fourth Road District-in Brevard Union .is to meet at Palatka in stock increase has come the-construe- are scattered over each county and chemists are constantly employed to refine.test "., ,:?t>
county has been filed the and the case November., Some 500 delegates will tion of dipping. vats and, silos., other farmers do not have to travel and blend t the asphalts used also to expert* for every kind *f'
,will, probably go to ,be 4)resent. '1>' '" far' to moo the results of the work. tmOdiac. rRliflalr<: ". ,i
for adjudication. In the meantime \ meld for possible improvements.Their constant
Court ., PROPAGATE GUAVAS FROM The work is carried on with the *4teh4rofs, ttom
the building of 'the road. will be According to reports; the citrus fruit THE VERY- BEST TREES equipment in 'hand and the methods endeavor is to make the best roo.6olltill better. ISM largeM skyeeraf*-

,delayed. ,, crop of Dade county will be as large are firmly impressed in the demon of .t* the.-u ist o }
of ,nearly' so as the' crop last yean. Guavas are like other: fruit trees. str tors mind .The quality of CERTAIN-TEED is such time real..a.. .' ......1"
y' According to the financial statement Fruit is now being bought on the i Some are good producers and bear The cost of maintaining a,demonstration it is guaranteed for S,10 or IS rears according WUIdiag.OiaYAINTXBDI? __ '--.r

Jiissioners rendered by the the county Polk county clerk com-and trees at from $1.60 to $1.75 per hob i excellent fruit Most of them are farm and of providing a man to thickness (1, 2 or 3 ply). Experience proves *

approved by them there will be no that it lasts longer. Behind this guarantee is. the. ==-=

raise in the millage next year to ., responsibility of the world's largest manufacturer --. .... .
cover the cost of the million and a of 1'OOfiaad building paper ct e.I 4"K
half bend issue. Ample funds being sSfSriieelGeneral t..r. '
on hand to provide for the interest and '
sinking funds on the bonds and leav Roofing Manufacturing Company

ing $84,000 over to be used for build. Such A I w..." '.,.,... M./taF--r"/t./ eifiat lliwreq.b

ing lateral roads.A .....T..a.. cw-. raad.tral. A tad, a.- a--
..... Odeeoo.... n-.n p -.-.../ ....c-. ............ ..-CL.V..Y' a

woman has been elected as a tobacco A-_a -,...... 0.......... H..M.a D.aoido ....... -= c0o.rrtrai.d
member of the School Trustees at ,;; iSie _rml RooBoc MualMtwinB.

Tarpon The acreage Springs.planted to citrus treesis I' Certain-teed Roofing i

to be considerably increased: at enjoymentas __
Boyette in the fall. I is sold by the

The truckers in Lee county are busy you never thought s C
their land for the plantingof
preparing KISSINMEE FLA.,
their fall crops. I could be is yours to ,

command quick as '
Progress is reported on the development f -
underway with the Fort Myers t you buy some Prince ;. t'I"" -oIt-- -oIt-- -016-- '" -..""' -...-- -..-. '" t=

Golf and Yacht Club. // .
Albert and fire-up a /-
Plans are under way for the establishment -I j ,
of a county agricultural : pipe or a home-made t.f.Shoes

high in Pinallas county at 3t'j I cigarette = New Stock of

Lakeland is to have a "white way" Prince Albert gives
clong the streets loading to the new
sheet asphalt roads that are to he you every tobacco sat- 4 Coming

built shortly. isfaction your smoke- ? "

The contract has b_'cn let for the! appetite ever hankeredfor. u sate
construction of the municipal dock at liM. OUR recent practically wiped
That's because (
Clearwater and it will be finished in .
ninety it's made out our big stock of shoes.-.but
day's.Broom by a patented
0. .... .u;.
,corn raised qt Midway is process that cuts out -::......:: we have a fine new tine'of goods

being used at the Plant City broom bite and Prince Albert has --.Pi: ;? L
parch always
facotry. The corn is nine feet high ... ..... ,.....- on the way Bud they win be readyi
and of excellent quality. been sold without, coupons or premiums.We ;;.L. ":'::.w= i

The City Council of Tarpon Springs prefer to give quality 1 our customers In a few day

ia expected to call an election at an ,
early date tovote on the proposition
of a municipal lighting plant. ,

A petition is being circulated in ALBERT We are.known as the Old Reliable w

the Dover school district to call an CRINGE i
election to authorize bonds for build-
ing a $2,250 school building Shoe Dealers of Osceola County '

Th school house at Myakka will the national joy smoke I -
be considerably enlarged to accommo-

date the increased number of pupils has a flavor as different as it is delightful. You never tasted the like of it I
before the school term commences. ,
And that isn't strange, either. COME SEE OUR NEW GOODS
W. E.'Wilder of Pineland, has sold -

1 his entire crop of grapefruit from Ills Men who think they can't smojce a pipe or roll a ciga ?

11 10000.twenty-acre This grove i i. ,the In the first trees sale reported for- Boy P J.eATh.rfrette. can smoke and will smoke if tEey use Prince
6oce U
for the season. ::;:;:;..:.,sere*,beg tihrN Albert And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try. -, .

t.., !Oel ... arn dI out certainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment .
..... at =
well Captiva
The' first flowing .-II ""' .peeaII tba ,
has been truck by W..L. Bryant It .,,....,.."., eorIiqliAe coming their way:' as soon as they,"invest In, a ,supply. I 1H. C. STANFORD COMPANY

\ is the a water three,i,and.spouts a half: t"entJ'fh'e.fe inch' well lad tbov "" -l: = Prince.Albert: tobacco wfll,tell y. its own story I .

*'the &'r UDcL. 11 ,. 'fo' HW.* "> ;_ft* r r ,W jon N.' r
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to"o: I Ave are 'going to offer a big ,lot. of Bargains all next week---here they are:

Request it made patrons of the Valley'Gazette to send item. J \)\ )

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I m. LAUNCH ;;;: In the "key" contest the prize was 10-inch Flouncing n 12 l-2c value.' I Large Size Towel, lOc Each, or 12 dot rolled, edge Handkerchiefs; lOc '
4> awarded to Miss Jeasi.! Padgett for .
5c. Yard 3 for value :2! (for Sc. Six lo Customer.SATURDAY '
A jolly party composed of M'. and having a correct list of amwcrs while' per 25c. a 1:

., Mrs. S. L.: Lupfer, Jr., Misses MmiiI -' !Miss Alberta Hopson received the .

rine Di.nn, Ethel and Grace Gilbert,, I consolation. "An auto romance" test- -,

,4r LoIs Johnson: Marion Porter, Amy led the wit of the guests and appropriate -, THURSDAY ',,

Makinson, Helen Bal, -, Violet) Gilbert, readings by Miss Padgett and 1 TUESDAY .
Mattie folk Harris, Merfsrp.' Ralph] | little] baby Olivine Savage met with I I .1

Beard, Nat Caroon, Charlss Persons hearty applause", I 12 Large Piece Granite Ware, 4 dozen Shirtwai.ts,65c and 7Sc I

and H. O. Brown, enjoyed, u The evening/ concluded with refreshments Big Bargains .In Crockery 35c value only lOc values, each 4Qc '
launch ride to Paradine I.-Und la-t of ice cream and cakes. .

.z Friday evening. After awim in the About sixty gu-asts enjoyed! this I -

1 lake a picnic !lonch we. :' enjoyed nn: pleasant event including the members
the lake rhorc. of the :Modern Woodmen and Royal]

: C .. .. I I Neighbors' I lodges 1 a few friends of
ut, KERMAT1C CLl'B. these organizations and the Kissimmc. 1.w
.:' Concert Hand 'I THE STORY STORE 'AV

The Kermatic Club met in rgul.rI : I

I J pesnion 'at Mrs. S. 11. Bullock's studio 22

i tfJ t llonday afternoon and spent the I CLARK GROWS COTTON 1 0 ;

'. hours in china decorating. I IMra. 1j NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE, i _ _ _ 4ifti
W. J. Fripp and Mrs. Bullock I ..
were hostesses for the afternoon and ON FARM NEAR CITY I :

't served refreshment of tea, cnkc> and I .......n.. .... to.\.ft ... .... .... ft... to.--'"- ... -tJt.,..... y-&J1s--s... iJts.C. ._---_

f candy.' '

ij Those present were: :Misses Nonna )W. W. Clark: one o' (Orceoln county -I - -- --- ,4-p J.

Griffin, Carolyn Fripp, :Mildred l.oe, 'h progressive farmers, paid the K. convention with Florida folks THRIFTY HOGS RESIST DISEASE OVER-KII'K ::'
I CHOI'SMAKE that the of t fibre\ increases "
Josephine Keyn il"i'iok' Mullock, Valley tin7.e..te a pl-nsnnt call on percentage1:
before. *
with him i I They not seemed ashamed WOODY MAY :20 to 25! per cent from the time the .
*, Mrs. Bullock end Mrs. Fripp. I :Monday. He brought several '.
to own us-, though! Sanitation and wholesojne ficd ,
: are: first bloom until tl.e: seeds -f\
* I bolls of fino cotton v.-hich he gnw at appears
PKISCILLA .CM'U. his farm in "The Point" section. The I the best assurances against Log dis- : A man is very entliusicFtic over a I II Ieartain are nearly] ripe.( The longer a crop ;< v"
f i We wish to heur..about, the Echo eases. Hogs that are kept on clean
cotton was grown from "ccd Gent him I hay crop submitted fijruroK! t un stand; nfter it reachc1; the cuttingstage jf*
I mcetinjrs held at different places byreurned premises are not 'likely to become the ch-cmical '
analysis of that the woodier, nd ,
and : consequently 'ijf
The members of tfac PriscilU bv (Congressman W. J. Senrs. lie I crop ,
delegates from Atlanta. Thrifty hogs are less! cuBcepti- that of & well known hay. He l less valuable for h it becomes. '
\ afternoon at the prettyhome planted only a few hills this year in I ran the -y ..:
enjoyed an
h'r..todf -t.k&1'.t1
Please: remember to' tell Us about I that
. down .
g8 are the list and indicated that the i .. ;!
:Main but, he l'ais..J'such '-
r of Mrs. II. A. Colton. on / order to give it a trial them. poorly nourirhed. Therefore first I ---- --
- ,l street, Saturday, and spent the time I a fine grade of cotton that he precautions aru clean prqj.ii ojplen- he two said compared favorably.: : "And here: ," I Th ('attle- men of Fort :Meade and ft
in dainty fancy work and chatting. has decided to plant throe or four I ; pointing to on itm ithe vicinity have oiganined a cattle men'sassos'iatlon ">
From :Mrs. Alice Red of
I one of our I ty pure water and nir find woll analysis of his favorite "the
Those present included :Mrs. II. A. acies next year. faithful reporters of Weirdale Endeavor 'balanced rations. Hogs kent under [almost eight is for t the purpoHC of i improv- i<*
Colton, Mrs. J. L. Overstrcot: :Mi>. I such per cent greater. ing the breed of their stock.
work learned conditions will
Junior/ not by nick.
we o. a This
man did not know t
., H. N. Bratton, Mrs. Rolwrt Glovn;] FIlJli'Nitlttl'l': SCHKDTLES.Tho Farmers it. but he I _
Miss Esther too much
society organized by depend on 'pat
was pointing ant the k
lIammo'kRI's.: wt': place in''
I A.Miss Cotterman Boston,, Mrs.Mrs. 11.) S. :Marks" :Mrs.Klizabcth Family -Store--;;-;:- incorporat-.!, Periy at Oxford) , several] weeks ago. .'ent medicines and propri"tti'-y compounds I his hav. Fibre i is largely indigestible, The, Strong Withstand the Heat of .i
This is in .Vntral district. ; to keep their animals! well. If
% and A
I more there i is in Summer Better Than the Weak
Waring, :Mrs. J. Woodull, f filed I voluntary. hnnkl'uptsdledul." the ; hay thesnmlier
Hrs. J. Z. Roberson, Mrs. L. II. In- in the I I'-nted I States court this week, i The only known of Episcopalian C. there foregoing will be no precautions use for arc coadition tuk 'im I will be th? percentrg! ,. of valuable I Old people who are terllennl younger y.
Collier, and fc-ltlenu-nt I of food elcr.icnts. people ho sue weak will l he 81 lengthened ,
.1 gram, Mr.Tyner, Mrs. i olfeimg I a i twentyliverents K.: society! in Florida makes! 010 of powders, accordmp to I Dr.) A. I II.I Logan The 'fibre in ?'
1 1.
crcilitoivA, I a crop can ? controlled anil rnnblni to thmuxli the depressing 7
Mrs. E. 1.. Wcllh. ( on the dollar to Its K:
trio theI
I he fine of such field for
inWest vetrinary
organizations ; agent l
I hearing, has )Kvi'ii, set for August) :23rdP111 :! by> I the hay maker to a large "x- lit-ut of summer bv taking regularly ..
PICNICS ON: PARADISE ISLAM: the offices of Attaints( Crawford I I'alm Heach. One! summertimeunion I'njted States Departrivnt) ofs A/J'i-j/ tent. J..hn1.: Scott animal I i iukitrialit -. Grove'sTastcleiBChill Tonic. It( purifies
& Jairell. n"etingwa" held with them culture, who is st. '..ione! t the to the University Florida and enriches) S lie bbnxl a uil !l/uilds up

. Paradise Island was the scene of It is stated that the creditors, of and Miss: Ruby Pierce leader.] The vciMty, of Florida. A sick 'ol is hardto fcxpennx-nt Station, icminds farmer*. I< the whole system. 50c. '*
two social gatherings, Friday, when' Kpiscopulinn: vested 1 choir led the ( ul'e. hut a well hog i.s easy to keep ; ,
the mostly foieign co'icerns
of the city enjoyed I company, a.o singing and !their rector, Mr. Wye well. Good feed, pure wati-r, pure - f
the young peopls lesw than cent of the.ttt.uiness
: : fhpi r
* n ride in Lake 'ounty.1 pave a helpful talk The Congregational -i air, sunlight, exercise, and proper I ,., 4 4C H COO 4- "- )
> launch : swim "
a Toho-I inOCO+
end "bacon roa .t" \ church sent its ministers, Revs. banitary arc the only remedies I
k-epaliga a --
, ; attractive place.\ I' W.STEDSITE: FOU I'etttibone and Clarke and ithe young which the hog needs. I I

:._f 4 The party included Misses Marie II (OSCEOL.'Ol'STY: FAIR I i people of the entertaining society I LET HOGS DIP THEMSELVES.: I 1 Classified Advertisements 1
with ;
liuddlcoton. Alma Griffin, Lottie and guests from the Christian and L.
I Congregational churche* filled the I i. '
Lola Lawler, Norma Griffin, Violet I The Osc'-'ola County Fair Asso..i.Ition I i Lice and fleas! are so prevalent in :
of the We
rest hope they'

bert Bullock Beardcn, Messrs.,.., Stsnloy Everett Bullock Roberts) AI-j I II of land will receive conveniently offers located for forty from r.cres a will continue program.such successful all-to- make Florida some that every provision hog against farmer should them. I . - - u- ,- - . . - . .. ....... ....
work. I
. + and Mrs. '1'. K. Weaver' and Mn and-transportation standpoint. Offers gether _ I There are two ways of combatting I FOR RENT-Six room modem<< cottage I WAl:1'ED-To buy a milk cow. .

Mrs: Earl llarpe--. should state price and terms of pay- lice. One i is to pour oil over the hogs close in I'hone 2R2.
il ., . I In Winter Park the Methodist and I ; $12 permonth.. E 34-2tpd.-
ment and be sent to A. E. Thomas I at feeding time and the other is to
; BATHING PARTY. Congregational people, like the E. \Wlls Real
young Estate
and Insur-
secretary, not later thr.h Sptember1st oldr folks of their have let the hogs dip themselves. This is DWELLINGS for rent, pply to M. _
r I A merry party motored out to St I 1916. 35-2t union meetings in hot w ather. For I the easiest way and it is perhaps the 1 ance. 104 Fogglel Ave. (The Inn). Tiller. .'
j Cloud Monday evening and enjoyeda I '00- *..+ 4. > > < 00- .,. 000-'> six weeks the meetings were to be heldin most A. .efficient.P. Spencer, district agent for ,I FOR SALE OR TrtADE for horse and START ",
;' a swim in the lake .ind a picnic the Methodist church and then AT TilE TOP-Irr pnre'brcjDurocs

per served on the end of the SUP-I' 9 with our C. E. society. We wonder the University of Florida Extension : wagon, one 2. cj. Bulck in good I with a high class BOW or "
in the Mr. and LIVE STOCK MARKET. 4 what they do about different Division, suggests that the oil be I condition .
4 Those party were topics. gqod tires; must sell or gilt bred to a' Grand :
Mrs. H. R. Dale 4 I The C. poured over the water in the hog Championboar
Mrs. W. B. Harris Baptists usually have same as
and children, Mr. and Mi>. A. W. -> -0- + -0--0--0--0-000-000--0--0- E.,' but Methodist societies, called wallow. In this way the animals wifi I trade at once. A. M. Jones, P. 0'1 '; to farrow in September or :
r keep the pests off without further Box 221, Kl slmmee. 7tf :I October
WinD, Misses Gossio Winn Oneida I Leagues, "their very own. We attended the first litter will put you
: Mallory Gnco Winn, Mattio Belle National Stock Yards Ill., a splendid meeting when I\t to the owner. Since the wallow ori-"velvet." Mandaly Farms, Box A, '
Harris and VirginU and Clyde Harris August 15, 1916. Tuskegee Institute in July, where for is necessary, it had just as well STALLION FOR COLT Fls.
be used as a dipping vat at the same SERVl'CE-1 Middleburg, 33-4t _
Winn. of Kissimmee
and vacation time Endeavor
May ; Today's Receipts. topics gfve time. Strong, Intelligent .
Mr. 'and Mrs. Earl( E. Schofleld, Cattle nun 5000 place to even more simple ones Tor -

u .Messrs, Loe HeJrickc, Jim Booth EdHedrick Hogs _*____ 7000 the young folks who work during vacation BAMBOO. MAY BE PLANTED condition. Money refunded if no WANTED-General clerical position "<

.. ,' of,.'SU. .Cloud.. . '. . Sheep ?--_ ?,_i- 3000 there. The topic we "took partin DURING RAINY SEASON celt. 422 West Oak street 6tf by singlj man, ago 33; at present iI 0
-I CattleKillinget.ers 15c higher was "Breaking Promises. Surely
I . ',
employed by .United States. .
I .* '.PICNIC. > for this week;-5tocker and feeder cattle good l for others beside school boy.. The best 'tlme--plani: 'bamboo is Steel .

.... , ''steady; medium to good mixed and .girl*.- during the rainy teason. The large Fogs EXCHANGE $300) piano for Corporation, fair education, including .

A party of young people' enjoyed.a stuff and yearlings, 15 .to 25c lower; ji -- clumps may ,bo divided and the cut' .f t.a,.' Ford car 0,' horse and buggy.....):. business education, ten year. ..... .1:
Thureday. fhey '
picnic'.to and cutters, 10 to 15c lower. One more item-a novel one; Day- ,
experience bookk'
'went overan the morning.; 'J.d at noon tings used to form new clumps. Each G ,0. Cromaitie. 35-3t pd typewriting; ping -' : ,
4 Quotations(Grcss killing cattle) I tons Endeavorerers are fattening a ,
that has will K.P. .
cane an grow. work.
eye Salary
oak objek
dinner curved in no special
41 picnic' waa an Choice to prime steers, $6.75 to $7.4'); leper pig, for Mr. Danner's leper .
assistant horticulturist '
Halma to
.. ,/ grovex tha' ,,:.'ort. Afisr: din- good to choice. $6.25 to $6.75; mediumto vork. lie spoke in tha DeLand contention the University of Florida FOR1 SALE-Missionary Ktrawterry as wish to locate in Kiscimmee. ?

mar tho crow enjoyed bathing in the good, $5.50\ to $6.25; common to and told of the needy cause ment station recommends EXperi-j' plants] $2.50 per thousand. W. E. Clerk, care Board of Trade, Kis- ,t

c. lake. Mrs. LyJIia Mealier;! (of Mattie St'l medium $4.75 to $5.25; fat cows, which almost makes un feel "shivery"lo new plants be' set in 'moist George, Route 1, Box 5. 8F-3t-rJd simmee, Fla. 33-3t-pd
Cloud MIBK-O Onidn Mp'.loy: pnd; -
1 $!r.t: to $5.75< ; medium cow, $4.75 tJ think about. We are waiting to given an application of good stable "
.. Belle Harris cl.apc.'(.'(< the $5.25; .cutUw'G. 54.35;; to $4.75; canii'is. hear more about this pig which: must The should be cut off 5-
i manure. canes
t >crowd.Lillian Harris Thoso fn tho party.. Knton,were: I .. $1.10(I lo $4 25; h"lIv.ull.: .., $4.fiO l he all right, as it is a Christian Endeavor a foot above the ground before theyare I .
Margnrc. to $4.75; heretics $5..r.O) to $(i.OO; veil: ( OI>3. set ,
,',1 Lois Overttr et Dorothy) Well! : I calves $7.00() to $11.00.I GRACE; A. TOWNSENO. I 1 I IS
Iii addition to bamboo arbor vitae,
Albcita l Lenora ,
Griffii .
Gladys p'Brry to' "Big Bill
Stock Cattle] -(tick -free) Good - - ---- -- palms und I oth.r ornamental plants Crop"
:u Van Duzer, Minkio Gardner, I < hoi,'( quality! of stervs. $4.< .f'O('() to CO fAE; CHEESE :%IORENUTRITIOUS
be set the
during rainy
B"all Joe may season. I
Arthur Gardner: Jackson $6.50(); m Mlium to good >!5.7.;> to $(iL: 2">; THAN: STEAK will need
much then
Sears Jr., J hit Le, Jr., Frank Harrington common! to medium. $5.00()() to $.">.50'); I They not will have so care of "One yttr my acr of teans made
. and How:,ixl'ILDING Some milk spoils in the best of ,re because they plenty water nly 140
heifers i.25 to $5.75. hampers. The
l stock $
. a (good to aira: conditions will be favorablefor next year 1 o.ed the
Hogs-Good hofi-i, 15 to :250! higher frigerators. The first thing do 5- Mme fertilizer but I also used
CIRCLE.Mrs. growth.
: : rapid plenty ol Blowers
for the week. Pigshalf fRt, and when this happens is to cancel tho I
. I rough hogs( selling steady. The top steak order for the next day. This Whenever You Need a ae--a-Toal I Ground Limestone. | sold 200 hampers and .'
:. N. C. Brynn very pleasantly todav sour milk can be made into a delicate' figure I made $120 extra by limestone."
of the market for prime hours Take Orovo's using
! entertained tire ladles of the Building dish tof the table. CottuJ'e1"0\ 4_____ :.
: was $10.60.: The bulk of the good I The Old Standard Grove's Tastelesschill -
Circle of the Baptist church, Monday I contains more protein nound for I U.e Blowers Ground Limestone and crow more 4
1 afternoon, at her home on Clyde ave hogs sold at $10.10 to $10.40; pigs' Tonic is equally valuable as a beam Its ""ual'', hood for tO'natoe.. ruk.
nue. I 120() to 150 Ibs.. $').4"( tt $1 IO.O(); light pound than sirloin steak, and cottage General Tonic because it contains the I and ott-itS'.8"d: ? for '.Iu.. and .am-

Pretty needlework occupied! the attention pigh: $!UH) to $U.:!."., rough hops, $!.2.r: cheese is made from sour milk. By I well known tonic propertiesof QUININE S iles. I'
;: the addition of a. littlecream the (
to .*!H.O. and IRON. It acts the Liver Drivel "S .
of the guebts and a (U'iiity ice on ,
cheese will contain also fat th BIowersLiiiie&pfiospIiate.o.
I more :>n
]low.- for the
4 15o
course was served at the: conclusionof Shf'ep--LnrlhF. out Malaria, Kn riches the Blood and'
the afternoon.The I week : sheen, t -id! >'. Best lambs the steak. Builds up theV .ole Syst .1 : :Mrs. E. ('. I \SKI.: *jr,; ,irood, kind. \itl:10.00() () to $10.2; : Thero is usually an cxccrs of milkon : - -
truest were :
medii-m, limbs.: $!)I..2."i: : to SI.7:! ; half every farm, while beef is rare. \IITHKriM.irvrioN: KOK TT .
Marshallville: .>, (Jii.Mrs.; .I.IElizabeth ,
Bryan, fat lambs $R 00() to Jit.OO' (); culls. $4.00()() This excess milk] can be made into siI-I-I.: \IIKII: "M' ;<"!'ION :\7" \ \" ---- - --
Waring :Mrs. F. C. Bryan : "Tvri 'n.:" OKrim -
\7'\: <.IM-M\I.:
'h that will take the of
., . Mrs. J. W. Wilder :Mrs. A. II. SiK-ir, to $7.00. Fat shrcp; $7.00 Lo $7.Th; ( ese place : si' ri': OK J'l.omii I C.Nile I
; and it should tin-
meat, III
pnd bucks, $. 50, with ran- appear
: choppers >
E. I'
Mrs. M. Cosner, Mrs. Hull farm diet se\'era.l times a week. = IM h. n-li\ ci\-n\ UnitV.) II.JOMCM. J.
O. B. Falls. I ncr" sheep and cuiyicr KOt-t. $:1.00; of Tax i <', irti-iit- :Nolid. "
imicluiH' i
.1 C. li. Willoughby, professor of : : shion i ? 1
I. -
_ timer and \ ; -
, .' The next meeting of thir! organization good to : nnnny ilnliil tinth Iav "f July A I" .r'
j goats, '5.00 to $;;.50; fair to meium'! dairying in the University of Florida 114.I luIt H Hiilil CITI IIUIU4In layogle
will be held at the home of :Mrs. : i ; I
)- College of Agriculture, suggests that Hlnl. haH uin . 8.50 $4.00 kij got.ti$4.00
.r to
' Roma Thomas. goats ; I I"--I l lo iHHue In Hi'
farm wives need not wait for .the milkto ; and
with buck nt $1.00 to Fancyi'
,, C C C to $6.00, "tron's"
. MISSES GILBERT ENTERTAIN.r : $3.00 per head.-National Live Stock sour. A better quality of cheesecan law.Said ,-..rlllkRte *mbries th.ratlow- t
t be made by using rennet or junket InK lundH. l h 'ltiK niitl b.'ln c nlttmte It)
-I Ij Commission Co. I Odci'olH (' These be had from

,j. '' Misses Ethel very pleasingly'nd Violet rt Gilbert the, home entertained .:. + + :. + .:- .:- .:. +-.:--+-;:- .:- + most tablets.drug stores or can from Parke- l tl
I' Mich. 1 (13) of KlRxImmo !I'nrk
Davis & Betroit
4 Company, or
, of the'formcr Thursday afternoon in ( The itald Ir.nd liflnir.>d In th,- the cool] lovelijie : _
CHRISTIAN -ENDEAVOR.: + other drug manufacturers. Twentyfive (
honor of Mr. II. O. Brown it being Tiami. fif J.Yrlorhl at th" date of
:Mr. Brown' "sixth" birthday. -0- -- < cent worth will last a month or ItBuanre of HnM rtln..I" I of the aftcrnoon \4 t.$.
S the diversion of the < < * <- + > * -:- oWe .c. .5. + two. Directions for uce usually accompany Unlc'itB Kaltl certlflcMt irtiftll" b<* re.duined I
: Croquet was aocordlnic! tu law. Tax \larutwill 7/1/ cohtume. Nowhere -
the The rennet \
j afternoon, after which the guestsrere package. |tsisuc. thereon on th* ISth day ofHeptvmbrr. /
[ =. shown Into the dining will be glad to see the Daily forms a curd much more rapidly than A. l 5. 191-II.VVItne Ii?) such models so \
rooms Kissimmee Gazette in a few more the acid organism in tho milk. ** my hand and1 official Heal .tKlw4mm ,
I., where a largo: ccko with six candles <->>. thin the 7th day of AuKUlut. /x S I ably shown as in
months.A The milk be held at r&ont m- l|
and packages awaited tbguest. of muse A. l I'. l'l II. I/ ;
until the curd forms. Than .
blew out the peraturs J. l. OVBRfn ilKBT.tlvrk the
Mr. Brown candle -
.I honor. letter recently received gave cordial the curd should be broken and brought Circuit ('ourt. Oacrola '>>unty. SI :
I ana found that "it would be two
, ; longer." Then he opened the greetings from Dr. Clark, and gradually to a temeprature of about Circuit State Court of Florida..-*.. .) 88.StHOTICBJ Summer
i years his Miss should be at thi, l ( ;
and found little things such was written by secretary 100 degrees. It kept -I jil 5
packages Perkins. As doubtless know, ourWorld's and stirred gently untilit APHI.H-ATIOW KOH TAX
you temperature I
r ceive.that a.This sixyear caused old much boy meiriment would re. Union president was very ill becomes firm and the whey clears. DKRI1 are fa'N I'NUIOR:: !ORAL SKTI BTATllTHO N BT-4 OK AND .

: .I ;' Overs were laid ,for six.: Pineapple again when in the far east, and is not After the heating the curd I. placed THE STATB OK KL.ONIDA.Notlo \ I III McCall S'' -
travel fill cloth bag to drain. When
.: Jce cream cake and candy were servo able to engagements, or in a porous I. hereby. given that John 8.Cadrl. .
even write( much, though safely home the water has drained off break the
'xL The sruestJ were: Mieocg Mauri purchaser of Tax Oortlfirate Nn. '
'< and Ethel Gilbert again. It was a great disappointment curd and salt to taste. Addition of ( datrd the 'th July A. I). -. -
Vielat IJ'a&t
,: n. Dann to delegates in tha All-South makes richer cheese." 1 14. has filed ft .In my Bookof
sour cream
Idcsars.> Ralph! Beardon, Charles Per- office and has mad application for ;
1',. convention that Dr. Clark was notable la. In accordance to
4 onsad H..O. Brown, i Tax Deed to u" FLORIDA'n
: in St. Johns
The county
to attend. But he sent an affectionate Ja i5IcCi.i.
VV., Said certificate tnbrac.a th* follow. .
will be nearly normal according to Fashions
WOODMEN :ENTERTAINED.The message. Inalanda.. lying being situate In .
I' ., - reports received, though some "firing"has Occcola County ::'a1. of Florida to-. \ S

i4 members of the Modem WoodMen Another appreciated communication resulted in orn localities due towrong wit The: 8WU of the NBU of Section (NOW ON SALE)
Wm. Shaw.
from Dr. general secretary :-
America lodgo were pleasantly methodsof cultivation. Two (Cl.) Township Twenty-CYS (*6)
i! ". surprised-Monday evening at their of the United Society, sent our South. Rana-e Tw.nty.elght: I2 .tin' SMART STttftTS COSruMnnd nowhere will -Mill hriv
.I.-4 Casino building. when the office a few days a&'OIt expreiselpleasure I-. ) The said land being'aairaied the .cfei Mtm ... .
; .lull inthti ------ --- ---:;------ I name of J. K. Smith, at the date of 1M7 TJtl ..., M tufiMl. .
.. ladies' of the auxilltry. tho Royal over the success of C. E. issuance. of aald eertlncate.UnlMS SI situ. OT men. tat fa U511I. you find so many :

': K.ighborsked; *for;;*dmitUne at work in Florida and all over theSouth. NO. Q@6P"f.J said certificate .hull be redeemed hints which cnn be ellwlly carried out at hom. With
"" Tax Deed
1. ..' the do** ot the business ...aJon.I4$ ,> will Issue according thereon on to the law.18th day ofSeetember. terns the smartest ctyles can be you!. easily and at

,' .' This wu .readily:granted M4 wali 'I'We' Ie s pr.scIpdos ... ,. d especially A. aa.i'tt
.cosnIngpeichea werr. ,natia bl'''M.., That' active leader; 'Mr. Chandler for .,. WItness 5517 otrl llal sea. atIfIap1mmS
"" the All-South MALARIA W CHILLS. FEVER. thla the 17th day of Au- S. <
f" I and ,p G From Live Oak was at GILBERT
...e,. ..U."BeT.' s., W. Lnwlel' Fir a* ate dose will break say..., amd . D KISSIMMEEA. .
J ;IUe41r 1 sonvention. He and Rev. Spencer... If lake the. a* a .....'.... r.*ref will met J !!? ;* :; 11! rC: OVERBTREKTT'aCleric " .
(> ; nlq 3tst; Quiet, Hour 8up rin *ndent, f lhaaCalooMl 'Cll'c"lt.Court-O..c ola Count, '. .'; .
.. Y .* .. ...... : II a..s' Os IM Hr* bettor of Florida. \ a- eo
,, two Florid dele. BUtte ,
.l Yhft ada con..ta. wbich.baIJ been Lake CIty. ere am4 does mat fri eorsicka*. 2S. 8.aL) t-St __ S
(Circuit Court! S .
who never-attended a big ) : .
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