Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 25, 1917
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00804
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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(Mrs. ,E. E.:.Wells) I. ; &i.i One of the great Improvement pro- "'

Interest in the "Plant a Garden" jects for this section which is practically -

movement continues, to grow and the I.'I financed by public-spirited citizens
necting of "The Volunteer Farmer's r -the bridge,'and fill across the
[,Club" held at the courthouse square, head of Lake Tohopekaliga-Is' about:
to be completed. Within period of '
well attend-
Wednesday-" morning: was i .
'ed.County Demonstrator B. E, Ev-
ens. Prof. R. M. Evans Supt, C. .E."County \,:; r. '" ...' v.m.V6IW. ; ) ;

owelliA, 5:, IvelP9nisaaAl.bkgaiiiiffi ) ,f1"" >; l i says that the job' will bejlnifthed. Its

3 ; Agent, were, present ;. .. 4 N completion will W heralded with a
vithV number of'others,;'' 'A":,"-:'r" %,ia"wrT" ;.":;.r .t; ;, great degree of satisfaction', not only

About forty boys and girls have by those people living In the St.'Cloud

.joined the Club and have had their 14 section, but by those on this side of
Lplots plowed and harrowed for' their the lake as well. The short cut route '

['crop. has been done under which has been ''graded, and in some
',the auspices of the Board of Trade places paved, will shorten the distanceto

J who offers the young people this assistance 'St. Cloud two and one-eighth miles.

and encouragement by bearing The bridge will be completed within
; the Initial expense. the .$3,000 subscribed by citizens while t
'.' E35** the entire project..will approximately
-Lassies" On TheJob i
T mean an expenditure of about $4,000

their'The Guardian Oskito Camp, Mrs.Fire Howard Lassies'with Katz, Home of Hon. N. C. Bryan, Corner Emmett: Street and Clyde( ''Avenue the exact figures'' not being obtainable
at Jhis time.
I:pledged themselves to raise an acre of ... .. ...
Scores of citizens are anxiouslyawaiting
j sweet potatoes and sent out an appeal' l OOHOo.OOO, I OOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOO..... the 'completion 'of the'work,
', for a suitable plot to cultivate. This Big Real Estate Transfers Are, :' and at this tfj'me many are already goIng .
1 has been given them by B. C. Miller SEVENTY-FIVE BLOCKS < BOARD OF TRADE MEETING
across the new bridge in automobiles
|,and the southwest corner of Block 0, BURN IN ATLANTA fr < TONIGHT *
Made Past Few the structure having been so far
,across Xrom the Lake House and facing 4 During Days
4 Ga. May 22.: Estimates 4 ; 'The of the finished as to allow travel across.
the Van Duzer cottage, is now at Atlanta v regular meeting vKlssimmee
'. their disposal. The ground will be put < today were that from 10- 4 -- 0 Board of Trade will + Supt., L.R. Farmer has not announcedthat

In readiness at once and the girls planto 000 to 15,000 persons were homeless Real estate transactions in this the state. ,making the sale the fr be held this evening at the headquarters 0 the structure could be used but;

have the full acre planted by the as a result of the fire Mon- *: section' within' the few days Hunter Land Co. also acquires the on Broadway. Matters + has not offered any objection,'and will
,first of July if possible. < day and last night that swept fi past S. B. Aultman property'on Broadway 4 of Importance are to be consider- not do so. Within the past few 9aya
The Fulechee Camp Fire Girls an through approximately 75 blocks have taken quite an impetus some as well as the Lesley orangegtovtonthe 4 edand it Is urged that everyone 1, the bridge has presented busy scene
organization of eight younger girls of residence property, ranging 4> deal of considerable proportions Su Cloud road. interested in the welfare of the 4 and (It thought that when finlabedthere"
under the leadership of Mrs. C. H. from.negro shacks to homes of <- having taken place, while: 'smaller -, *"community be '(in 'hand. The ?j I will'be a celebration of 'the'I

Summers, has secured a plot of land Influential citizens in the northeastern < transfers( of being meeting will be called to order event, The structure Is 300' feet" in ..
property are '
from County Clerk, J. L. Overstreet, section of the city. R. S. noted from time time which
near his home on Main street. This Rust, assistant secretary of the 4 i tend show' to of Ackk-s Bass well known coup. 4 ROMA THOMAS, Pres't oOo'ling being heavy three-Inch 'boards,
: Southeastern Underwriters; Association > to prosper commissioner also into A. THOMAS diagonally placed in position to give
will *
be planted to peanuts ,and cow- j for the the ty comes E. Sec'y
ity community despite ,
< estimated the < 'the same permanency. The piling is of
the 0
roughly with ,
peas as soon as it can be placed in I limelight an important acquisition ,4B
cultivation. property loss at $3,500,000 and 4 summer season. of prairie land. ,which is *U" OOOOOUUO_ HOO.O O I Cypress, while the sills stringers, etc.,

Hundreds' of Home Gardens 4 loss to insurance companies $2- 4 One of the big deals made is located on Lake Marian. The tract are hewn out of heart pine. The work
4 600,000. < that of Hon: E. L. Lesley former consists of 7,000 acres appro-! ,. C MILLER MAKES ,FINE has been done under? the supervision

And the interest is not confined to < Real estate and insurance men 4 chairman of the County Commissioners "mately. the consideration, of(,, the"fi ,OFFER. TO ANYONE WISHING I of Mr, Farmer'and by the county con
the young people!,.. nf'\AJn'\ hundreds!! i>:!working in conjunction; today,'esf, < I", ;'and reputed to be one of' I "'" sale being in the neighborhood of : ; TO ENG'AGE IN FARMING victs, and nothing has ,been left un
of yards throughout thO town?may"be fr timated that 1,563'buildings had 4 the leading cattle men of Osceola 40000. This was also made done to make the structure one which

seen gardens growing where never I 4 been destroyed; the property loss 4 county, who becomes. the owner of through J. D. Clark agent for the B. C. Miller, president of the Citrus will*stand the wear and tear for many'
gardens grew,before. Sweet potatoes;I is said to ,be worse thanin the 4 approximately 11.000 acres of Hunter Land Co. which concern Growers' Association, and who is also years. The railings are now' being
seem!! to be the leading crop and by the I I. days of Sherman. Co valuable prairie land on Lake acquires the S. J. Triplett grove at the head of the 'arm' Loan Association placed 'on the structure, ,and other ', '
eaily fall half the in the city 4 4 Marian near Kissmimee known- Narcoossee and some business for Kissimmee has made a good minor details are being looked,Arter.

will have provided themselves with at .... OOOO '* as the Lake Marian tract., The property in St. Cloud. 'Hjke Mr. offer, which should be considered by Work of grading the roads for the approach
least one staple food and have reduoedthe consideration is said to be in the Lesley, the purchaser will engage anyone desiring to engage in the raisIng on the east side has been'com
high cost of living materially. BAND'CONCERTS ARE TO BE neighborhood' of 75000. The more extensively in cattle raising. of foodstuff In this vicinity. lie plated, and these will be paved as soon
4 A close second,to the potatoes Is the RESUMED BEGINNING WITH sale was consummated by J. D. has several plots.of ground within the as the money is available from the P

cow pea and these plots are now in all SUNDAY-FINE PROGRAM1! Clark the hustling agent for the city limits, especially adapted for proposed $100,000,, bond issue.. The tl
Gazette "Ad"J.
stages of growth from the bearing Hunter Land Co., in this city, Compliments trucking and will tender the use oi paving from the poor farm to the city
,plants to those just appearing, above. The public concerts by the Kissim- 'who has been actively identified D. Clark agent for the Hun- the ground free of charge to anyone limits has practically been completed,
the ground. mee City Band will be resumed after ter Land Co., with head offices at making application. So if wantto share I
with a large number of importantreal you and the city's of the paving will
Activity at "The Greenery"At the boys have had a two weeks'' vaca- estate transactions in this sec Minneapolis. Minn., is in receiptof raise 'taters and other foodstuffs, It soon be undertaken in order to have

the Greenery,' the home of Kls.immee's tion. Sunday the public will have the tion. a letter from J. A. Hunter of would be' well to call upon Mr. Miller the road, ?. bridge and fill completed
florist Miss Jan Caldwell pleasure to listen to a fine program that city the secretary of the and make arrangements at once, as within "very short time. ,
and her mother,. Mrs. James Caldwell which has been arranged by the leader. Asked about the acquisition of f company, in which he compli the offer is on* that will soon W taken I Those enterprising\ citizens ,who'' '".
The been the property, Mr. Lesley informed mented Mr. Clark the big dis-
available has weekly concerts have on advantage of by someone "
very ized. A of been util missed,by the people, all of whom will I the writer,that the deal 'had been play advertisement which is be- I J have contributed follows to the fund of $3.000 \
patch sweet "
,occupied front corn be glad to welcome the band boys buc'.c closed, and that is was his inten- ing published in the Gazete its'' : AN EARNEST WORKER FOR ''A.are as ; 'A. E, Drought, $500; ,
the yard jointly with the tion to stock the prairie lands with interesting "getup"and'appear ., F. Bass, $IQO; Bailey's Transfer
dainty roses and. frangrant violets, I BEAUTIFUL"A Arthur
$100 E. First
: cattle within a short time. The ance and states that the head- ; Donegan $50;
and waves its silky tassels to hte pass. CITY EDITOR property is practically under fence offices will copy same for publication large water-- on Church street, National Bank St. Cloud $50;, Levi
era by. At either side
of are long rows PAYS FORMER HAUNTS A and considered among the finest I in that part of the United some thirty years old, has been an i Shambow, $25; P. E.! Morgan $25; W. \ ;
stately roses alternated with stake Milar $20 E. G. Farris, $15 F. E. : ;
BRIEF' BUT PLEASANT VISIT cattle pastures in that section of States. eyesore to some of our citizens on account '- ; > ,
t ed tomatoes, already loaded with luscious ... ". .- .. of its propensity for growing in ,Williams, $10; Julian Montsdoca $10: 10.
i. fruit, with here and there, wherI the sum of $5 each were given by Foster :
E E. Naugle the talented manage, a leaning position. Thursday mooning,
I ver'lIpace would permit, are 'more Ing' editor of the St. PetersburgTimes Legislative News From TallahasseeI bright. and early, Dr. W. B. Wither Newton,N. L. EdwardsJAtJ .
| plots of corn. In the greenhouse theUShelyingspacelautilizedbetweenthe dorf, B. F. Ralls, J.'H. Ferguson, S.
one of SQu1h..Florida.Jeading' I spoon armed with}: .a shovel, axe anda I
dalles paid a flying visit to Kissimmee thirty coil or two of rope, appeared on the W, Porter, W. R. Godwin, G. ,II Clark
f larger plants by small pots of lettuce (Andrew Carter) have .
this week, and was' given a most years ago representatives scene and started operations. By aft- |IJ A. Grimm, Edward A. Ely Claude
| 'plants. The 'magnitude of this mow*. hearty welcome by his hosts of friends TALLAHASSEE. May 22.-The but the new counties that have ernoon Mr. Tree was in an upright F'Johnson St Cloud Tribune, P. D, I

L" ment, should it spread till every and admirers in this 'neck o' the fight for reapportionment has been since been created have but one representative position, and is now a symmetrical Marine J. W Cummings,.A. ,W. Gust a
j- household be interested! in planting a I woods." He was formerly the man- started in both houses of the Legis- in the House.. So that as ornament to the thoroughfare. We ,tus, W. H. Millson, C. E. Carlson., J. F, '

l small garden. can scarcely be esti- ager and editor of the Gazette, and lature as a result of,a recent message matter now stand 23 counties have commend the Doctor most Heartily for Farris, J. D. Cbunn D. C. Cope,,J. H.
mated. this is his first appearance "back of the governor' calling attention of 46 votes In the lower House; while the: his unstinting public spirit.J. . Brown,. A. R. McGee H. C. Hartley;
home" in many months. During his the lawmakers to this duty of thirty other 26 counties haveyonly 26 votes. : I. S. C, Niswonrer, $2.60. The- list of

Wells' Spud RecordM. brief visit Mr. Naugle was the recip-I years' standing. and Showing up the This outrageous injustice has existed J. Carson, who has been the'guest donations in the county and at Klaslmmee '

( O. Wells kept accurate data on a ient of much attention, and his only glaring inequalities existing under from year to year simply because-certain of his brother, C. A. Carson and family were'as follows: E. L Lesley '

( potato patch planted early in February regret was that pressing business the present conditions of representa. \ members of 'the legislature are (eft'last week for his home in Reynolds $250; Ed. Whaley, $200; W.; I. Barber; ,

'. in a garden adjoining what is at 'St. Petersburg kept him from enjoying tion.Most ) Ga.,, taking with him his sons, $200; S,S. Campfield, 425;; R. D.' Libby -
f known 'as the, old ball.park. ,Here :her a longer stay.GOVERNOR \ of the counties that existed (Continued On Page Eight) Ferdinand and Clyde who have been ,'$100; J, H. Reed, $50; C. A. Carson .>
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planted two pecks of seed potatoes --- ---------- 1 attending the Klssimmee schools. Mr. $200; L. H. Ingram, $25:f.R. De-

[ and harvested recently fifty-two Oo .OO.OOOO OOO Carson's cquslns, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Witt Brown $25; F. E. Caldwell $25;

t pecks of fine potatoe's. Seventy-flve 0 '' 0 Williams of Fort Valley, Ga., were Osceola Hardware Co., $100;' J. M.
CATTS SONS' June 3th Is Set For
; per cent of these were ,number ones !* 'Day Registration also members of hte party. Lee, $50; W. A. McCool, $100;' R. P., ''cep
and many were so large that Mr. Hansen, $50; Mrs. Pilley $25; City of

U>' tain"Wells the weighed exact result.his crop The In order to ob- ?, Sidney J. Catta,' Jr., has gone 4* Under Conscript ,LawAll 4 000000000000000. .+00000000000''OOO Klssimmee, $500.. _
on *.to Atlanta fortrainingwith: the 4 FInST.AMERICAN UNIT ''* '
(' -whjfeh these'wash. raised was first .officers' reserve corps, while Rosier 4 0' .* c.'E. Yowell, superintendent of public a

'treated to a light application of cow *, D.,Catts has enlieted in the 0 men. who have passed their twenty-fint''' birthday and have pot oOo. LONDON: May 23,-:The first "instruction baa received notice .

'j yard fertilizer, then with commercial aviation corps, and been sent to: 44'Savanah'for reached their thirty-first birthday must present themselves June 5 at detachment; of,the United State 4 from the state superintendent, ,that
I In a proportion of 1,000 pound to the '
mill tax
eommand'O: the one apportionment for theschools
training 4 0 army englneert'under
i 'acre. A ,good crop, of, potatoes was ..0W.. 'take pleasure ,In ,complimenting -,* ,the office designated for registration io'their precinct. .0 of Major Pa1'8Jn.arrived in Len-4 giving Osceola county: for

grown on'another portion of this garden Go.... end Mrs.. ,Catta + There will be only:one day .for'registration.' ..0 don this ,evening.. The second+ 1916 $3.058,30 which is quit, an increase
without commercial fertilizer but '
upon the patriotism:(,displayed by 4 .0 unit of the AmericanHospitaF .over the year previous, when '
result from both garden showed that ..their'sons, both of whom we are 4 Every: Man Should Be a Patriot...Do: .,Your Duty ,To .0 Corps has reached'... Brit- 4 the amount was'$2,729.26. BaRd on
t while it was not necessarY to use this the attendance of prsipiIs ,this i
; will make 'good soldiers., .0 aliu 0 average l<
[application ,it was* a paying propoii-. 0 I 4 ", Your Country; 1'f / .0- y .. ft quite an appreciable increase, and!'

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.t\1 IS MONEY JOB COUNTY To Kill Rats and Mice Capt.Played.Parker j Out-Now.Says-Stomach Eats. ,Cabbage.' ,About MATERIAL-,ON EXHIBIT 0' '

ALWAYS USE and Pork Like a Section lIand.' W. S. Alyea of St. Cloud has ad-
L, R. Farmer,' rood superintendent, Paste ,
I Stearns Electric 1 idea w ich gives promise of
who has charge of the poor "I have got to hand it to that Tan- ,

: i gain demonstrated' his efficiency in I Full direction In 1111."IrU.ea. Inc, for then' is no doubt about It' being revolutionizing things the matter

I !looking after the interests of the I paid iverTf<
I' county," with a spud crop, which: he i ill U., Government buy lit. drug store for the. people that have wood, bringing a "concrete board"to
+ '. and which was planted !k tho Gazette office to prove his
Jiarvestinjr, --- uny sort of stomach trouble or
and cared for, and is now being: harvested : ':":":i"H: : :" :-:" :'-:-:":'( :":" .:- ," said Capt. ]Eugene Parker, I( claims The'exhibit was several feet
i .. in length, in like a slab
i. and shipped by the convictR, : 4j popular Louisvil'c' and Nashville I appearance
Ff of the i*: CO. H 10 BE Hit,VITKI) INTO ,11 of concrotc: very durable, and is saidto
and of ,those care I
between Birminjr-
some conductor running
r 1 t'IWlmEllVJ"E:; ,
j *: TUB I be absolutely fireproof., The v
f And who livesat
county. ham and Montgomery,
)::' AUtJL'STSTot 4 "boards" can Le sawed salt of Wood,
t The expense huseen' comparatively I 417 Sixth avenue, inglenook ,
t ''h 4 ca'JI end
hnifchlppod nails be driven| therein, in, fact;
.w small, and tie superintendent i.> thi1uth, other units of 'Why the way it has straightened '
,, : and )half in haft) (, pan 1 1'0 handled in tho same manner ,...
a-Tfliload a time
:r t\<:" ttw Florida regiments, Co.- B, > me Jut In just a short; lie continued though it lumber. Tho exterior
for which ho hns received a good 1 price. < tif KtMimmec, will! be drafted. .:> is a mystery and it Jias .were
1 13 of paris, while the filler can
i t H0 estimate! that' from, the field '' j.i i" into the i-'edeial l service' <: August 4H' done for-me what nothing else ever plaster '
be made of sawdust, straw, burlapor
will make a profit for UK) do: '' up
spuds! lio I Ii Tho'mcn, according to orders > tried would 'I had mighty near
material made to
county some\\hut over $;00.; j r.i. front; ; the war department,'Will beheld .:> got to where I didn't, need to go tAT tho mold other! desired, or fancy any de.
H4 for table far as eating was
: at company Rendezvous any moie! BO
signs, and thickness desired. The
SUMMER: SCHOOL, OP TUB: <. a period of two eeKs: when ,"S- :'concerned, for I couldn't eat anything; any .
UN1VKKSITY OF Fl.OUIHAOl'KNS product ran be painted and plastercan
ON JUNE 11TH j*: they will be sent under orders to 4Q after I trot; there. If I did,. I had to bei:put'over it; in tact, can. be usedin

'j concentration camps in the > :pay. dear for it in a" little while, form any maner that wood is at the present ,
The attention of teachers and 1 advanced : Southeastern ,IVspaitment: Or. '> stomach 'had about played out altogether .' :
time and it is said that this ,
i new- .
called to thf 1'- . '
students is hereby ,dors have been received to .re-,, <: .-', "t -
material be '
building as '
excellent opportunity offered them by "" can r".J" .
the summer school of the Universityof .5* jcrmtcommand "to war strength.Thera ,:: >' "There was a continual soreness in cheaply lumber, and will be much '\ : I .

Florida which opens June 11th and <) are still \'lIcanc es.ln the .'. my stomach and I thought, sometimes more durable and desirable. Mr.\ Alr'eaIs ., ' ,'. ; , WRIGLEYS ,

Continues for ten weeks. usualt 4:> ranks _of the local company, and ''. lit; must be an abscess. My liver never interested in 'a patent covering the :: : 1' rI.J/NjE; 2 ;

," The faculty ii of larger some( than of' the most\ > now'I Is the tins for young men .!: I was.right\ and there: was not a day: same, and much material of this na 'N' / '

,{ 1 I und prominent is composed educators of the state. i': to enlist with"their home organization *: I but what I had to get something; from ture is being 'u1l.Hn the construction ,.' 1i LTL7 ':i7W

)In addition to courses lending tcw j 4: before the time for regis. <<' the drugstore for headache and to ,aI btttGlirtRl&i .Tba; arNpi! ;r ."" .._ \I"'qw-.y" ; ;.,..a '"H\; %
' ". .. <'iaLUI.'i O.gltw'toTl : n\"ttm'fitt'tr. "'''f'Yj {r r'1'ffi'rn' -" .
t rrr.thergtilakvrt4at V'JI'Qf. t *'Cttf ;
: .4arataxuFr.
Ulttt.kountnlL -
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I' ; which shown here
t 'following; :ibU:' riol!1 1'Tn'.
.I\\t r 'i. education, history, mathematics l ,,"'1 .>the movement "of ,troops into Yli'iil. I was in a badly rundown. shape works of this city. 2' !

I ; modern )languages and psychology. <. concentration camps, the typhoid '> I.generally and hardly fit tq do my .:}!1':
, l' There will also be courses in commercial <> prophylaxis and vaccination .> work ,

subjects, manual training, against smallpox will be 4 ";bout three weeks ago a friend of I MANY ACRES SWEET\ 'j ,. ''ii" ', 4

t mniic, The and University oratory., out of its special completed for 'all officers and en- 0> mine asked ,m'why I didn't try this .\..,1' :
.. funds, is arranging for additional' lecturers 4> listed men, ,and in the meantime 0) Tanlac, as he,had used i it, and foundit /i! (" : i ii

,r and a special week's institute (0 such training) as the facilities of < to be the very thing he needed' so POTATOES ARE SET ,'OJ, I').'.;" ,

'f for county superintendents and Qther & the state afford will be vigorous. 4:' I took him up on his suggestion and l'f i' 'f

'I 1 I' school Tuition' officials.will be free. Board and ly employed to train the newly 4 stopped at the Anderson Drug Company OUT IN KISSIMMEEHundreds '

"f room $4 to $6'a week. 4> enrolled men, as wen as those already > ]I in Inglenook and bought two WRIGLEY .1.

; For full particulars address II. W. enlisted, but not yet called < I bottles of it, but I must say I never ;

Cox: dean of the Teachers' College, out, according to late orders from < looked for it me any good, as so :_ CMEWIN ,VM J ,W
.t Gainesville, Florida. I of acres of sweet potatoes :
the war department. > many things had been recommended 'WRAPPEO ;-
are being planted in KHsimmee:
e SUNDAY SCHOOL LEADER O > to me; and I tried them all without) any IN
'i' and vicinity, and accordng to the I't
>o .x--;.< ...:-:-: ;. benefit.
a *,' TO BE AT CHRISTIAN I ) county agent there will be in the .,..
"Well I am afraid some people
I'1 CHURCH NEXT SUNDAYI neighborhood of 1,000 ,put in before 'i f
won't believe I it, but it is a fact and 1 I
I ---f.( AUDITOR HERE TO GO I those' the: planting season closes. There has I
Homer F. Cooke, of Jacksonville, | can prove it. After I had used been considerable trouble in getting 133 I ICb1W.IitJ'c'I'te

b Southeast Superintendent of Sundays two bottles I weighed and- .found I vines and'sip4| by many of those haying

r ::1 Schools, will be in the city tomorrow, OVER CITY'S BOOKS had actually gained 18 pounds.! It gotten their lands ready, :and it id every meal ;1
stomach out in
1 according to information received by just straightened my feared that the total acre age to be
i C. E. Yowell, and will be at the Christian no time and since I tok the first doseI planted will be somewhat cut down for -- '
W. E. Spires of Tampa, ,of' the Independent had to take anything for a
have) not '
at 9:30 .
+ ( b ,Church Sunday morning : this reason. GIKLS! LEMON. JUICE the ideal skIn softener, whitener and
Audit Co. is in the city fora .
t : when he will make an address on the IS SKIN: WHITENEU beautifier. tot
f ' work he is'furthering. A, cordial invitation few days, making preparations for have the finest kind of an appetite ADVERTISED LETTERS Just try iti I Get three ounces of .i''

1: is extended to the general the auditing of the city's books, which now and can eat anything. The How to make a creamy lotion for a orchard white at any drug. store and ..'

public, and the members of the church was ordered done by the: council) some other day' out on the road our supplieshad I Following is the list of uncalled for few cents. two lemons from.the grocer and make ,.,

!' { especially are urged to be present. tme ago. Work was begun this week, run low and I had some salt pork letters remaining In the postoffice at up a quarter_pint of this sweetly frag*

;it, On Monday nght at 7:30, there will and it, Is expected that a report 'will and cabbage cooked up on the caboose Kissimmee, Florida, for the two weeks The juice' of two fresh lemons rant lemon lotion and massage it daily :'

if fee'a Sunday school conference at the bt made as to the ciyt's financial and I ate -it like a section hand ending June 4, 1917: strained into a bottle containing three into the face, neck, arms and hands. ,

t 3 f church, 'presided'over by Supt.. Cooke. standing within a short time. I and enjoyed, every mouthful of it. Miss May Bell Allison, Mrs. T, J. ounces of orchard ,white makes a 'j
some' for man who Brosins Mrs T. S. Delk Mrs. Sarah whole of the most ,'
That's 'going a : quarter pint remarkable Rev. and Mrs. A. M.\ Chisholm of

L OLD GLORY WILL WAVE Dr. Frederic Jocobsonsays, 75%, of had stomach ,trouble. ,but it did not Delk; Nathan Fennell, Mr., Forrest: :: T lemon skin beautifier at Orlando,, visited friends here Thursday f'
'Fiio !.COURT HOUSE},YARD. :.-;,fITHIN ,; .,women ',need Phosphates'dogive; ," i, hurti'm' Jbit '. ;: ':i:;' -; G, Futch. ,',,t.;Frankiri P ,Coodmnq;f.i 3.; about :thecostonetMLlt'payfor.a'( ; ;' :. }.VI'

,;' NEXTFEW'\DA* '\ "YSi' ,\" them Strong, Healthy; Round: }t",",;'.. arPfrI .r&i Bleep a great-v t deal fL be(1 'Hu g hae a.'Li B.tDutlery w J!skin V\ltred ake, small 4 part' 'of th'e ordinary'cold creams, II" 'I

t \\ ; :.oi\"."'Yi:>Ji Y :!: |f.i''i''I,,: ,.; ed Figure and ;, to avoid r I'i/''; ? '"I;, ,''k I\ terjnow,and amTJustjffaboutSJilOOjijpercenFTn Laker, EarnestMurphy r arkRhorer Care !should, \betaken, 1|tof Btrafn \ the, I'Whenever, You Take Need Grove's a Oeaeral Tosdc ,*J'..
,Supt; 1;: 'R."Farmer' has secured Nervous breakdown. better *l shape every \ way;P'ijI II "Hezzikiah" Rogera, arah lemon'juice through a fine cloth so no
The Old Standard Grove's TasteS-
.' a large flagpole, which he has presented -I' really believe Tanlac is the best remedy Stevens; Miss' Mamie Thompson., lemon pulp gets in, then this lotion chill Tonic is equally valuable as a

to the county authorities, and Thousands of Women;Grow, Strong in in the world and there are a lot : will keep fresh for months. Every General Tonic because it contains the I,
which will be erected on the courthouse Nature's Way. of other people out my way who think' woman knows that lemon juice is usedto well known tonic properties QUININE '
j water and keep it full. The water and IRON. It actloD the Lir Drives '
i within the next few the same thing." bleach and remove such blemishesia
it square Lm- will seep through the pot and supply cut Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
beautiful U. "Consider the of the Field, How Tanlac i U sold in exclusively freckles, sallowness and tan'and is
{ days. The county owns a moisture to the roots of the plants and Builds up the \V.old System. X cents.
f/ S. flag, and this will be swung to thebreeze They Grow. by J. Z. Roberson, in St. Cloud you will have cucumbers all summer, .
, ; by Semmole Pharmacy, and in Ken- I and grow more than an ordinary family .
: t with appropriate ceremony.TEACHERS' The, life] of the lily is but a few ansville. I will use. I
I weeks months. The life of man is Onions a
This man can more
"three score years lind ten." But to says you grow
t ----. onions in a wooden trough eight
! r Notice Is hereby given that the live one's life in its fullness, women I was talking to an expert gardeneron inches deep and ten feet long than you OSTEOPATHCorner ;

',1 :Florida, Uniform Examination for like the lily, must be nourished by the train this week ,and he gave can from several rows in a garden.

County Certificates will be held at the those same vital elements which nature we some ideas about gardening in bar- Plant them close together and use Drug Store Mondays and Fridays
l provides for nourishing liv. rels and boxes which I think will be I very rich dirt, and you will be surprised .
I;' 'Courthouse at, Kissimmee, Fla., beginning every helpful to city folks who have littleor how many onions you can
,]i $ at 8:3U: a. m., June 12. Those (Ing thing; and these include the valuable no garden space. We can raise potatoes grow.

Ifa I desiring to take the examination phosphate so often lacking in the : onions, tomatoes, celery, eggplants Tomatoes, celery and eggplants can
I. are urged to be promptly on time as usual food we eat today. Argo-Phos- I etc., in boxes. be planted and grown in pots and nail .o oo oo ''4444444 44+444+}444..400000 ooooI
wonderful ele I He says you can plant and grow kegs and grown to perfection.
phate is rich in these -TAMPA'S
any delay ,may exclude them from tak I Irish and sweet potatoes in barrels This plan appeals to me as I haveno BEST .
in the Bring ink, ments. It contains them in concentrated in but themin I
ing part same. pen and make more than you can your garden spot can grow
1 tablet form which ,1s easy to front and back yards. You can I
cap paper, a fee of one dollar and a garden. my
; 'certificate of good moral character' take and quickly assimulated and absorbed Ills plan !is simple inexpensive, reasonable easily cultivate and water your crop View Hotel
into the system, and from and I believe it will work. I and save expense of plowing and dig- t Bay !
'signed by two persons.. A blank form lOaw. a gentleman today who lives on ging in your garden. The only tool ,
-will be sent to all those who file applications youth to,old age, builds and rebuilds South Church street and he says he necessary is a small trowel or'table
with the county superintendent bdoy and brain in beautiful harmonywith grows Irish potatoes in barrels and fork, and you will have no grass to Tlie Hotel For'Our Home People j

C. E. YOWELL, Nature's perfect plan. "That's you can grow one and a half bushels contend with.
why" Argo-Phosphate makes good : in a flour barrel. Fireproof Construction-Efficient: Service, -Modern Equip ,
t2-3t County Superintendent. Plan For Irish and Sweet Potatoes Potatoj for .
solid flesh and muscles. I 1.000 acres of Sweet ment-Moderate Rates. ,
Take a barrel and cut air holes Kissimmee."
3lrs. J, 11. Harris, her daughters, SPECIAL NOTICE: Argo- hosphaie : around_the_barrel _about: one_jtQi two ---- - ,- - - ---, ,'r -.-- - i
'-3HSs Abbie HaTis and' -MFsTDeyoreo";, contans the natufal phosphates' inches In diameter; put six or eight Malaria c. H. JEWETT;; Mgr -

v with her two children, have moved which thousands of physicians are inches of rich dirt in the barrel and Drives Out ,*Builds strengthening Up System tonic. .... . .... ..' .... .... .. . 40040444440444'o.lrrnaur t
about four inches The Old Standard genera
into the Harris residence at 104 Park prescribing daily to build up thin, plant the until potatoes have covered the entire OROTB-a TA8TRL8SS chill TONIC,drives out : -. .
pale, colorless, women to give them apart you MaUrla...nrlcbes: the bloo-l..nd buildi tp the sys I
atreet.O ; space in the bottom of the bar- tem. 4 true to1 C. For udults and cl>lIdre... Sec:,
rosy cheeks, red lips, and a beautiful
'"000 t n 0.00"0000 to 0000000 OHO complexion. Many cases have been reported rel.When the plants get up about four r 1
.0- dirt in the barrel. Do
inches put more
where women have increased Ir! YOU WISH TO DELIGHTE'eRONE'5 1
4 PRESIDENT ORDERS DIVISION '4i not cover the bud. As the plant con- APPETITE .
their weight from 15 to 25 pounds fertilizing
follow with dirt
tinues to
+ UNDER PERSHING .0- with a few weeks treatment, and any in the grow meantime until the plant ." BUY TENDER A NICE ROAST i Standardized Fertilizers ::
SENT TO FRANCE of the barrel. Potatoes !
[woman .who desires a well roundedand grows! out of the top AT A PRICE
< lot of water and ( ,
require a you \1
developed form, should secure % ., THAT
: 4 c
has directed an needed.
4 The president can water the plants as
''4 expeditionary force of approximately < from her druggist, this new drug The plants will finally grow out of RI&HTJ This is no time for experimenting; get stan ,

s .4 one division of regular < I which is inexpensive and is dispensedby the top of the barrel and bloom and dardized Armour Fertilizers of proved crqp- \

.4 troops, under command of Gen. 4John.J. > any reliable druggist with or without be an ornament will form in and your make back: yard.all Potatoes the- making ability. We offer our complete line of i

4 'Perahing, to proceed tq < a doctor's prescription. If your the vine and fill' the barrel. .. long-lasting, soil-building fertilizers, scientifically }
druggist will not supply'you, send $1 way up ,,, \ made from well known standard
.0 France at as early a date as 4O Sewet potatoes ca nbe grown in >< materials i"
practicable. Gen. Pershing andstaff .0- to the Argo Laboratories, 10 ForsythSt. same way. I do not know whether' ,,IF YOUR APPETITE'S with but little change. Note especially :t

the 00 ., Atlanta, Ga., and 'they will send they will keep through the winter in BEEN KICKINGfor our excellent :formulas for Citrus trees, Corn <,
'Co will precede troops the barrel or not, but if they will we and Sweet Potatoes.
that you a two weeks' treatment by return: yours early-but/:i
abroad. It is requested no ::0- under the house and lacking
could roll them some flavor that's been read free booklet '
mall. our catalog carefully first.
little 1
e details or speculations with regard 4 have our crop harvested with we call your attention to the! :

1 .<>>, ,to"the. mobilization of.this .0-0 ]NOTICK 'Of 1>I9SOL.UTIONTh trouble the winter.and have This Bounds potatoes good bnuked! doesn'tit for most appetizing: palate-teasing s WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO ):. 1

,. command, dates of departure, '" '. display of meatables every conven- ,',
x .4 composition, other items be carried .0- purtn mhlp sxlatlnK bet weft" Me Cucumbers ventl'oned'for a man's sustenance. Agents Kissimmee Fla. '

O : by the press, other, than the 4 l A>y Oott my t. this day. 'Oott mutually refuses dissolved to devote Take a cracked box, 'or any kind of Our service is polite. Our delivery; i'

-:0.: official bulletins-given out by,the 0 \\Ot': eDn'd. Attention to our af box, and fill it with rich dirt and sink: And prices are'right., '..
is rapid. our
fairs. Owing to h!. ,contempt form y ordinary flower pot in the centerof Fertilizer r
relating} there 0O '' an .' Armour Works
,- 4 War ,Department ; ,4o Interest to his the present undersigned address; therefore I. .unknown the box. Cork up the hole> in the ,

to.' this Is to notify him that I will collect. bottom of the pot. Plant the seed all City Market, Jacksonville :...
May, 18, J917. 4 all that the coming prlvlleK to of me parlnc and grant my debts.posterity around the pot. After the, plants are Flan
4.x , WILLIAM HOHESZOLL.EBN. up and take root, fill the pot with I

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i!, -.0.---0-..--.....".I"'-" BIG'MONEY I I The Favorite- Store of'Ki.*immeeFURNITURE ;

>1 ( .3ii::!. =.:;;J IN HOW MUCH IS IT?' Ii .

;' .niE'-a: : :: ____ 1
{ yr"enq., tl yr=.-:- the above string'' of figures f every men, woman and*child on'earth I 'T.WEHAVEIT. :

A reporter for the ReporterStarwas There are so many-ten- 'of them t-o today-good. one, too-Christian and ? ;

.... The tablet form of this old check permitted in the this hands morning of G.;. "lamp"a James, that they mean but little unless reduced -",Pagan!, ,
Had train started at the
an express
: reliable makes it ,
t -
posslI the, produce buyer k-f or' $1601, which to more familial objects. ,It Christian '
ble for to check illness dawn of the era, going at \
I at the you very onset. It any is a safeguard -, he was' paying a Kissimmee firm of may be of interest to'look into and try i I the rate of a mile minute. ,,,it would

(J against coughs, colds and growers for one carload of potatoes, to comprehend what $7,000,000,000.00really today, nineteen centuries after Christ

other catarrhal conditions no and has sold the entire crop. profitably. ) means. Especially since Con-1 I, was born, figuratively speaking, hard- 1

matter what symptoms are ReporterStar.UNSHAKENJESTIMONY- gress has passed and our President ,ly have gotten out of the train sheds,
manifest. Catarrh Is an inflammation for ,it would have only
has signed a bill authorizing the expenditure j gone one-sev-
of the membrane that
lines the breathing mucous apparatus and I of that vast sum. And this, 'enth of the distance. And would, now, e '
the digestive PERUNA another win- 1917 yet have over 11,400 to
apparatus. if the war lasts through ] years In '
connection with Hardware line
: relieves catarrh. In tablet form It U our we carry a complete
ter, is 'only a starterl Such ,a vast complete the 'journey of seven billion
Time l lathe test of truth. And line furniture. We make a specialty of outfittinf homes. ,, and
EVERREADYTOTAKEIts sum, most of it to be spent in the next miles. Imagine an expert counter of

..... I, prompt action makes It Invaluable Doan's Kidney Pills: \ have stood the ,half year, could) not but stimulate I money counting seven billions 'of.dollars l- "fondle reliable/, ,

for men and women exposed test. No Kissimmee resident who suffers -I business In every direction. Seven I II. in dollar, bills, and expert enough

r '''i weather to or sudden compelled. changes to be In out the in ; backache or annoying urinaryills billions,, of dollprst!! Seven thousand to count one a second-belonging''to Bed Room Furniture, Dining' '

,;j....... slush and rain. can remain' Unconvinced by this I. millions, seven million thousands! !.the "union," ,working eight hours a Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par-

.v' It will also be found most satisfactory twice-told testimoy. Think! of this, and the"most of it Is to day Sundays and holidays' included, ,

0";; of a tonic( following& an attack :Mrs., A Clemens. Illinois Ave., St.Clou'd be spent in.the next tow months and and then imagine him working at the lor Suits Odd ''Chairs Rockers

... Fla., says: "Some years ago every dollar here at home-not a doU job for fifty years, then turning the ,.

CARRY A BOX my kidneys became affected and from lar, most likely, will leave this coun work over to another-the first man Couches Etc. "

whrrcvtryouRo.10,lake long Traveler drive*In and hob,: cold compelled end c that time on, I suffered untold agony. try.' it Is the purpose to loan half of who tackled the job would have been

anyone whose oncupalinn .ubl_. him tooho The last five years it became so acute this,amount to our Allies-extend 'to DEAD 700 YEARS when the fifteenth

liNwnUvo. aunilwof with tidJpn. the, cold anaurenpe m.y use that it a.the a that at times I was not able to get outof them this amount.of credit to buy our' man quitted the job-each, of the fif- flits store is ,making record'' for itself 'in the matter of

i I.:, .a.tubtaif'hol.f!mule,
before the American Public. and dizziness Sometimes I was I the 'other half to be spent at home by. cenough bills uncounted to giveto .
T>i Fwwa c._. CeI...... OUa ,
lame that I wasn't able I
so to walk
our government--also) in the consumption each man, woman and child ,in the
could not'stOOp over very.well and if 1 I of similar commodities., great city of St.. Louis $500 apiece, ''=

44444+ +}4444 C >44r"w"Y4.5445: >+?. i. did, I couldn't get up again. ,My limbs Seven ,Billions of Dollars) Twenty and still leave 120,000,000 Uncounted. '

< i were swollen sometimes to twice their times the cost of the Panama Canal! Once more: Suppose a train,mad up TOOLS. FOR ENGINEERSiaa.ttfrjjAaiJkiBdjBLajrjJEiiriM.jBa. .
"fr .Backward, turn backward, oh 4:
ii natural size. These sufferings made Three hundred< and fifty.times the cost of seven billion passenger. coaches,
of the biggest battleship afloat! Eight or ..
<>" maiden with skirts not so tight; ifi4! 1, aMibftt, iJl {:.Q.uldAfr: ,tto .helped. ,", \ fg""a'li r'TM'1"tri'e' tvlift'11r 15 d1 dt' .;JIo{ """"'I :. .hnasrGasStesgmr: ; .
< '" *? < Jilll ylIIV illM'I.-r Vi'i11fi'f'ii; "ii'fID'd 'wli-g; t'TL'u"Tme;1'' After boxes Railroad or Stationary Engine-we hare exactly the Toel yen ;j
, finishing several of Doan'sKidney of St. Louis! There dollars a JlaU'&lcor d between the starting
.*: many or.few, are not exposed by.<> City are more need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oiler, etc,
Tills, I in such
was good in billions. than of the engine and each Attached car, '
- 'I < a peek-a-boo;: give us a' maiden, 0 health that'I able io' % ,seven ( all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that wiOsurprise
was do my house! there are, seconds In.. 622 Such' a train would be 110 years, 8
- 4 no matter what age, who'won't 4 work felt better in yon., This store has the reputation of handling ewly ,
and every way. Since the signing of the hours: 37'minutes, and 20( seconds in
use the street for a ''vaudeville AT LATER years hardware that ii of superior quality and you .will make .. mis. '
: Mn Clemens
. Declaration of Independence! July 5, STARTING. That is, the last ,coachof
< stage; give us a girl not so *< said re'as take in coming here NOW and inspecting i : oar big stock.
: "I have no to change
<* in n my 1776, to date, there are only 4 1-2 billion the.train would not move until the
shapely dress her in 4d
,; < views, high opinion of Doan'a Kidney Pills. seconds. Seven billions in gold engine would have been moving/ day
skirts the wont shine <
sun :
I can still endorse them and confirm and night, for 100 And' if
-. .. 0 coin is 13,440 tons and would load over years.
.and the dance of *
through, give us
the statement I gave praising them down each with we allow six inches for the slack between
nearly 1,200 cars, 24-
< days with of <
gone bye plenty
I << clothes and not ',several years ago" 000' pounds, and make'a solid train each coach; the engine would Osceola Hardware Company
steps so high.
'f Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim- thirteen miles'long! have to go over 662,878 miles, or'over
} Turkey trot and buttermilk .*
1'} ply ask for a kidney remedy-gitIJonn'lI 26 times arouMl the earth before
94 Let us look at it in time, or in distance tbs
: glides, the hurdy-gurdy 4PI
Kidney Pills-the same that : Seven billion minutes is 13,318 last car would move!
i < twist and the wiggle tail-slide,'4t
.'t 4 and other'such bunny hugs all on < Mrs. Clemens has twice publicly recommended years, 9 hours and 52 minutes. Imagine

.- 4 "a level, are products of hell, all 4 Foster-Milburn Co., seven billions( of miles! A rifle I Okeechobee Call: Dalph DeVore rIle Quinine That Doe Not Affect tile Head '

< inspired by the devil. Then let < I Props., Buffalo, N Y. ,i bullet has a speed of half a mile a'j'writes us from the Fort Scriven, Ga.:: TIVK Itecauae BROMOQUlNINKla of III tonic and laxative beu..rth.a tffect.ordin.rfQuinine LAXA- 3. W. THOMPSONFuneral

second at this it "Ahi glad to say that I am at the .. r
us feed our tired optics oneo 4 yet great velocity and do. not cauaa nervouanea nor
I training at Fort Scriven Ga. ringing in head. Remember the full name and
would almost 444 camp ,
4 the woman" < require exactly look t the ol it., *.
more on "genuine as I >r denature W. GKOVK. a>
li f <* sweet as of yore. Yes, Time, 4l t THE LIBERTY LOAN I YEARS to cover the distance Seven and would like -to tell the boys at Director .
'I'l billions of silver dollars stacked in a Ok-eechobce that they won't regret it
; please turn backward, and grant 4 i "'" 1.000 acres of Sweet Potatoes for e
'{1t;;j I 4 our request for God's richest.4 1- pile would go up toward the stars to if they join. Kissimmee. AND

::1j < blessing, but not undressed.4l .-- 4 Secretory McAdoo issues the follow. a distance of 1,736 miles. And it I '
Exchange. 4 rig statement giving the denominations would take .the United States mint, 444444444 444 LICENSED: EMBALMER
maturities and other details of J. A. TROVILLION M. D. .
0 4 the liberty lone bond Issues. : working day and night, 224 year! to M. TILLER Special Attention to

'_ 4444.4444444444444444444441 '. 'J he liberty loan bonds will matureIt. coin the dollars. At five 'dollars an ,CANCER, GOITRE, TUMORS and Store and Chapel Stewart AT*.,
50 year nr-tl m redeemable! 1n acre' this vast sum would pay for Real' [state Agency. I DISEASES OP THE SKIN.,
Klaatmraa. Bla.,
WHAT IS Orlando Office-Boardman
whole or in part at the option of,the every acre of land in the ContinentalU. ...n..r.e.n.a..xe..e.iRealty 1 8to11a.m. ,
United States or'after ,
on at(
I par and accrued interest. years S. Imagine, if you can, seven billions bought and sold., Winter Park' Office-2 to .4 and 6

LAX-FOS In order to avoid adding to the of dollar "greenbacks," end, to Houses rented. to 8 p.'.m.. sepl,'Cmo. pd
burden of will around,the earth at W: B.' Crawford Leo Jan 111 i
heavy work incident to the end-they go
Taxes and Titles veri6.d'for.
July, 1 and January/ 1 settlements! the the equator 34 times.' And ft would paid ; ... CRAWFORD &: JARRELLATTORNEYSAT.LAW
i secretary has determined that the lib. nonresidents.Fire LEWIS O'BRYAN :
r ...
UX-FOS IS .AM IMPROVED CASCARA take an express train running 40 milesan
erty loan bonds shall be dated June life and Accident Insurance I
'# .' hour, day and. night, continuously Offices 4 6. 6, and 7 Citizen,
;{ A DIGESTIVE: LAXATIVE 15, 1917; instead of July 1. 1917, as f; ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW Bank
heretofore announced and that the interest .for' TWO AND ONE-HALF YEARS I Building
,, t CATHARTIC AND UVER TONIC shall be (J payable June 15th and I to cover tlve distance. Seven billions of Indemnity Bondi. Waring? BJlldinl; [. Clasimmee Florida
LA=-Poa Is not a Secret or Patent Medicine December 15th each Y .
'. but is composed of the following 'Applications must in be made year. before dollars will buy two pairs of shoes for: 4oc e60 O 4 ', ./ ', -
I' old-faabioned root. and herbs: June on or -.. .. -.----- -- - .
'I 15, 1917, subjecL: ....tq the DR. W W. CARSONDENTIST
II L" CASCARA BARK rght| of the secretary, in his discretion !- 4+&W)tt& '
MCStjut>!p''" J21tval lit1"? ,i: mus'= *v ( ;\ .
to clone 1 ,
,1 BLUE FLAG ROOT the subscription books at Rooms?unfurnished JPand 9t1 furnished. > !i iMIIr,.. c '
RHUBARB ROOT' an earlier date, and'payment for the biEr" unfurnished and furnished. ':" Office over'P111ej'Building! ,
BLACK ROOT bonds must be made as follows '.- GRAYSTONE Also city properties, farms citrus, Office Hours: a=-I'. 1.-.a:
2 Off leaPhone ,11" Residenc.'Phon. SI
per cent on application. for
r\ MAY APPLE ROOT 18 trucking and grazing lands sale. Oa. Administered for Extraction.
per cent on June 28, 1917 Teeth
i/ AND PEPSIN 30 per cent. on August 15, 1917.

1 In:Lxx-Foa the CASCARA Is improved by 30 per cent. on August 30, 1917. MRS. SUMMERS, Manager. O. F. KRIB&a :W. 3. STKBD::

the addition of these digestive ingredients Accrued interest will be payable \ 207 Bass St., cor. Brack N, Kisslmmee KRIBBS &: STEED
with the full .
and final DAY
/ making it better than ordinary CAS- payment. Pro RATES
;i' cABA,and thus the combination acts not vision will be made for the privilege Two blocks north of, Christian cjiurch. ATTORNEYS AT LAW ;",

t a stimulating laxative and cathartic to pay earlier the full subscription WITH BATH $3.00 Legal buginesi of all kinds' gives
:; but also asadigeativeandliver tonic. price upon terms and conditions de- prompt attention.
Syrup laxative are weak, bnt LAX-FOS termined by the ee :retary. Johnaton
BATH j Pat O. P. Oarrati Offices 11 and IS State Bank'Bid '
combine strength with palatable, aromatic In Case '
any subsequent series of .
taste and does not gripe or disturb bonds, (not including treasury certificates : ; : : JOHNSTON &GARRETTATTORNEY.ATLAW KUslmmee, Florida ,
1 the"stomach. One bottle will prove of indebtedness and other short .004 O o o o oooo .oooo i
.' LAX-FOS: : is invaluable for Constipation .. I '
'" term obligations) shall be Issued by -- - --- --- Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days .
l' Indigestion or Torpid Liver. Price.50c. the United States, bearing a higher 4> "0*" >< MI _. o." Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens BaD I! Your drucrlat will refund money If PAW
.' rate of interest! than 3>4' per cent. per Building OINTMENT alia to cure anycaae el ItrhlnivBlind.
4444444'44! .oooo ooo o..
a Bleeding;orProtrudingi'lle.ine/ot/day. ;
annum, before the termination of the KUatramca. Fla. .
r. The Stet application (lee Ka* and Meat, :Met! .
war between the United States of I FAVORITE FERTILIZERS '
America and the Imperial German I
f, C. W. GRIFFIN ,. government (the-date of such termination C. A. CARSON,'President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary.

to be fixed by a proclamation by ARE THE BEST FOR ALL CROPS -
.. the president"of the United States),

"I i Staple and Fancy the present holders issue of shall any of have the the bonds privilegeof of the SPECIAL FORMULAS FOR The Waters & Carson,

converting the same, upon such CITRUS CROPS POTATOES BEANS PEAS .
; I GROCERIES terms and conditions as shall be prescribed ,

by the secretary of the treasury CORN 'TOMATOES ;
into an equal par' amount of Grocery Company ,

4 Free Delivery to all Parts bonds. bearing and identical such higher rate of interest Write. for our new price list on all brands Agricultural Chemicals,
with the
bonds of .
II/ of--the City such new series, except as to matur- Insecticides Materials Eltc.

-r..,. .' it yand redemption, which- will be .BEST.MAINE-SEED.POTATOES. ,- __n ___ Wholesale and Retail Dealer inGROCERIES. __
identical-wIth-the bonds of the. pre"sentaeries. -----r--

8 .,, are arriving daily-get our prices and get the best.

attached Bearer will bonds be with issued interest in! denomina coupons We sell the HAINES FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR for distributingin

l' }:,.. a tions of $50, $100, $500 and $1,000 rows or broadcasting. Excellent for all Fertilizer. Lime. Ashes

bonds, registered as to principal and and soft Phsophate.
} interest will .be issued in denomina USE SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDEon
', tions of $100, $500, t
a'r $1,000. $10,000 000000000
CO R.IOLO $50,000 and $100,000. Provsiion will be your citrus trees\ for sure results. Manufactured by J. Schnarr 0000000000000000 00000 .

.. +. made for the interchange of bonds of & Co., Orlando, our subsidiary 0 0
, different denominations, and-of coupon 0 ' WE SELL: 0 4. WE BUTT . 4
and registered bonds: 0 0 0'e .
ct RUBBER COPPER In order that the various payments THE 0 HAY 0 +

. ,. required fo rthe settlement of this 0 0 04 HIDES : rb.
I transaction may be completed with 0 GRAIN 0 .
,FP;: TUBES LEAD the least possible disturbance of ooo.'oooooo 0 FURS : "
monetary conditions the 0 FERTILIZERS 0
secretary 0o '
\ ROPE SCRAP IRON will avail himself ot the privilege WOOL' +
4 '
RAGS BONES given to him by the act to redeposit ..., 4' SHINGLES 0 +
Y' the proceeds of the bonds, insofar as 0 0 AND .
is practicable, with various nationaland ORANGE BOXES 0 4, ,4
w ) R.S.FLOYD 4 ALL +
state banks and trust companies 0' .
.t, 't Write For PkdistRSAMcu1ARMz7ALlQ throughout the country. 0 ORANGE WRAPS. 0 .

The present offering is limited COUNTRY1 ,
1. to f Dealer In 4 0 04 .
$2,000,000,000 and no allotments will VEGETABLE CRATES
.,( .57 E.""' '' .JI\OCSOtIVILU.nA. be made in excess of that amount. 4 04 PRODUCT: ..
Grain and Feed 0 CRATE. NAILS I

CHICHESTER( S PILLS .Groceries. Hay, 4 000000000. 0 ......t.. ........ ......... 'V...... ......... 0.. J oeii0eoe. ., .... .... 4100a&. . ,.... %.....
"' C. F. THRASHER'. oawaw.Irtrl .a.l... "Jf.: ,' ,Corner Broadway and Dakin Are.i .' 'We sell field and garden seeds of all'kinds.. ' '

t ' \t SHEET MITAL.Wo.RKfR, : .1'11";ru-at.e sieve:lie 4 *.*. Wi give special attention to fitting out bunting and camping t ee.

4 M.ll R.of. fan? .. amaf. B.c w..a.,.. MJf fi.a.a Try:VB on Your,Next;:Order For Feed Free delivery in city limits. Phone No.:,12. .. t a
.s. aaee tn. .. .. .. vi. \ Ask' circular "
c..tI -.-..-awr".-.. a-. We are county' agent* for" good fertilizer : as'for and pncna **,*- '

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P.*II. ?. 10..17 Friday'* newspapers magazines cannot be regarded I --By 'Way of Comparison"IN r WANTED-Salesman for the \Vlng-i-s

Ottlee .. Valley Onsette Bnlldlnar. HI.. __... Kl.rtdn In the present war"other than as an al'11of, national de- Ride E-Z Shock Absorber and Auto.

W. B. 1IAHH1S'nnd E, O. VANS AGNEW Owner. fense. They.... a. vital to the successful, prosecution' PUNTA GORDA I, IN KISSIMMEE mobile front for Accessories the U. R. at Mfg once.Co., Box Onera.l N. "

'h ....1...... II. a war as is the patriotic!?' spirit of the people. Without 1 204. Klsslmmee, Fla. -3-tt \I\

-- (the newspapers and magazines there would be no'medium During a stroll about town, During a stroll about town, LOST-A black covered leather folding I ,,..

for expressing the patriotic ipirit Nevertheless, saysthe one can see many roses and other one canse sweet potatoes 'and lodge pocketbook receipt containingfraternity and notes.Was valu.: "?,<:"'.1

Washington Post, overlooking, the' fact that tbe patriotic lovely flowers, in bloom I in the spuds, and other vegetables ablo lo me., 18 Finder. Urury return Ave.. to Klsslmmee OottlolbMenti -- l\\

publications! of the country have already made large front yards of many citizens. One' growing in the front yards of Kla., and receive reward ,
sacrifices to the cause, there are pending in Congress tax of the most beautiful sights in all many citizens. One of 'the most -FOR SALE Oil TRADE' !-Overland $l"j, :

ation proposals which in many instances amount to confiscation the land may be seen at the Mc- Impressive sights In all the land Touring Car 'In perfect condition; ,:
Also Ford Touring car. Will self ,
'Both .the newspapers and the magazines, al- Adow'residence, where the entire may ba seen at the Fansler home, cheap.A.. E. Perkins Tart Fla. .

ready 'heavily burdened by the 100, per cent increase in top of a great jacaranda tae is whore the'entire place is anm- U.U. ',.'.1

.J the cost of print paper, are crippled by the new proposals.If an immense mass of leathery,, mense mass .of foodstuffs ripen F(agile lit MOHousehold lit 1'., II. IX 1leigert furniture log )Nortli' for- '

gPiN the plan, as reported goes through, the amount of revenue purple blossoms. One tho same ing for use in solving the great Vermin ,Ay*. II-It.i.

STATE PRE raised! will be wholly insignificant in comparisonwith shore of the bay, a royal poinci- problem confronting the nation, FoRI M.Al.E-Two thoroughbred Berkshire "

I; the harm done Many of the smaller publications ana waves its magnificent flambeau while in our lakeshore the leaves hoar pigs 10 weeks old.. Can
ftirnlKlipedlwreo.. also aevenKilrlittxiBerkshire \ "
.will have to go out of business altogether. Many will of gorgeous red.-Punta I from scores of acres of vegetables pigs, 8 week old. Inquire, .

r\ Saburrlplloa n..... I I have to cut down the size of their publications, necessarily Gorda Herald. wave in a sea of perfect'green. of II. niekerson, Klsslmmew,, Fin ,
: One Tear ,., -- ------..--' ---4t
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One -- -. ..__,. Leo limiting the given to Government projects, afuli 1
: f fx Month -------------------- .
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One Copy -
_. ____________ ____. .75 FOR 8A1.T':,-r.OO 2->'y<)Mir-old fWdllnirOrapvfrult
J, One Copy., Three i report of which stimulates recruiting: ahd the financing "THROW OUT THE LIFE LINE" "MEBBE!" I Trees. I'rl. .. ,.60 each. C. 1

1 All communication. except from our authorlcad co-;. I of the war Discriminatory taxes! of any 'kind are I I : H. Funk KIKKlmnwe Kla. ,2t-tr " ;

respnndente Rejected moat matter b.will Ngnrd not' b1'b8 tile returned wrl'er.unless called 'tor.i unwise, because they invariably defeat the object sought. Morning, Tribune, Max Moritz We've discod;; recently that AUTO'urcnvicM' ' TO oni+ANno i..av;..* ;+"::'J I
'' _. ,' needs In 'tick- 'our onion nt 7:45: n. in.,' returns at S .
_---- -- There I is a perfectly fair method of raising revenue in the I attention. Ho writes his there's sours! difference between
m, (Fare ono way. 60 cent; round'
: .,(Entered In the Po.tofflce at Klaulmmce, Florida asaecond.clau that "there's .difference Mother with hoe and: p. ..
matter.) .. form of graded ,income taxes which affect: all persons i paper some 'I'linK" Earth a trip 78 cent { .x..ptIundaYI/ ,

' alike and .which inevitably take the full proportion that between tickling Mother Earth with a', tickling, our typewriter.-Kirsimmee; Ureakor-nnrclay, Realty' Co 17-tf.: ,..,'t

j MAY 25, 1917 ": individual is able to surrender. /hoe< and tickling our typewriter.". Gazette TWO NlV'H] 'OTT\IINR for '.al<.. S..5 ..'.1
1 every J. H. OMhort. nwner. 17.""
garden Let the taxes be levied upon incomes( regardless of the I What businecs has' a dignified editor I.I say, !\Max you must tak! in 'your .
A little'scrap of ; '. I"I rnvm-MNOS tor rent, Apply to _t '
source; and publishers as well as munition makers'will, like Max, treating his typewriter sleep.: Sanford Herald.If Tiller.' ,

+ A little iron hoe, pay the full percentage of their profits that the Government such a frivolous, if not scandalous, !I we did bet we didn'i mention any Foil I1RNT Five-room fitrtil-he-J t';

1 A little bit of elbow grease-; quires, whether these be large or small. fashion? ,I names. IIOIIKO.. clown In, H vr week. H. R. \ ;
r I' Then ace the 'taters. grow. ; \\" "., Insurance and Rfn1 Kstftts. '''i
"li''" > '1' -- -------- ---------------------------------------------- 104 I'OBHU-I Ave Phone i 242? 7-it'b;
:;',';: I t'
t .. " .sending in contributions for. publication, the pub 1 FOR 8A1.K OR RI".ST-1"lvfo'Tonm,, )t
. .:Oh, you Nancy Mattel I housf, ......11'''.. ..I olin Inj; reasonable. rI'
'I' \ lic should have their "copy" in as presentable shape as Apply Rum iipfer., ,
\ possible; in order to have same" printed. Printers are AI'7'o\tlrnll.1C ,
The bonds will carry. It(MM "I"roc OM.V SSo- sit\ l I
't usually intelligent,' but there are. some people who evidently -I'oe-ket.l o Florida Auto Rom 1
M..... complete and newest cdltlotu I
I think guesswork a part of the linotypist's businessand APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP\ Offer Cor'' short .l...e only. 'On "01.! at ", ,
Waste not-want not; q'1
. Vnlley (taxettn office: lotf
there's trouble 1 1i'11'N'
should then
errors occur., sure ..,.... ._;.., .. .. ,.
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: M* U*w.yreK3. -'mMunication'r'. 'n"'tiJn&ly?ae bjeetaxtt'e't"Wb1+ _afnlrtralflh.11(. \0' 0 ;\ 191i1T)'' F1f17i1ff1TY1,jjT priiNi; ffiT'w;, ,i.n' "M'1 1
-i'3: !: tf'iifthl" 'fi"1l iij"t ;
tV payable AMIRICAN RED CROSS )o'I..rldlTn know Florida's noon!- .1 1
.' corned, but to insure publication have your "copy" in H *" nllltlcs' for live stork and ponltrVretcimr "
-A\fFRIOAN dairying, fruit nnd truck '\\I
+ Exit Spud; enter Nancy Hall! readable shape A-Eo'cnora HEADQUARTERS WASHINGTON, D. C. 'irrnwlnir.' ri-nd 1he Florida barmen '

4 ., .. .. and Homeseflter.... Htx.. months', trial
';".' . . piiliscrlpllon. SB .h' Oninpln convfree. o
Honest :>twag' .A del r.'"" Florida Farmer ,. I
c' is herel! '" -' --Say boys, Injun- not the "gal" we had c' and
F Huckleberry pie'season r Date_________-____?.-_______ -- Holm-Meeker flux SflO., Jacksonville. {
in mind when speaking about "tickling our typewriter"far S "-I. .__ .9 1 1I.

1 j' Do YOU believe iri good roads ? be it from that-but our always reliable and (trusty) I hereby apply for 'membership in the class checked below and oi.n tMPKiie. Volt Nti.K--.ton A mrv.

t I L.. C. S.' with the I ivory fingertips. Hope now, that'when ]>lH-w<*ond for wrn'pnlna, purposes. .
enclose th .._ ._.,..._ _.-Dolbrs etc. Apply at Valley r nm "", tote
r Sweet 'taters and 'possuml Yum! Yuml! ( this 'note" isdispatched, the threatened severance of our' sum. o.f----- . -- ($,-__,?..-) therefor.I'lenMe .
I' \VANTRn-TA take care of homo fir
p "r "diplomatic relations" at home, as well, as abroad, will be eberk rlnss deslre-4 ..d be sure to write nnnie i iI lraibly. parties" 1-nVliiT for mOntltq.'
{ I In rot>sld<-rntlnn of -r t.r F.xcellnot::
Don't miss an opportunity, to swat the flyl, . > "adjudicated. < Anniinl Mem her _.'____.'...Sit JI,... '.''-opl'', beet of rt-foronce ,
( |.>Mulrll>lnic Member, Reliable. care 1asHte Htf
That Illndenburg line is a tough one, sure! We have canning clubs, "egg crtics," boys' I1n(1 l girls'volunteer' nnsosl ________________ :9 Mr. ___un........_____:.._____' -- wI ,
.j .. i
( >)> Mi tnlnlniK Member
x farm brigades corn clubs, boys' pig clubs, cooperative _u_______n_-__ 5 Mlsnnnaunl I '

Th re's always something doing in Kissimmee. Nancy Hall planters, hundreds of home-gar ( 1'1./fe Member. 1 nn>ment.8Home) : tdtlresnI _____________.u_ I Real Patriotism :<
t1 dens, and live and energetic County Agent, as well as a tM'atron Member. I par- [ I
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,' ,; The Liberty Loan will test, the nation's stamina.' competent director for the Home Extension Work--ain't mint --_-----_-_-- --__I(W1 I

.. ,Kissimmee and Osceola in liiw to 'do her bit" for the .. u _
\ The first call from .England and
.' I Some. people get cold feet, even in the summer. tune'' country? IMPORTANT*! Memberships in Not every one can enlist. Not everyone France, out allies in the great war,
classes starred ( ) above include annual
can nurse the sick and wounded
made upon the United States is. for ,
Polk here with the when she to American Bd
'Take.your choioa-Dixie Highway or .Missing Link. county was goods" subscriptions as Red Cross nurses. But everyonecan medical assistance, and according to '
I' I In voted for $1,500,000 for. good, roads. Then right along Cross Magazine, handsomely illustrated \ t
his her country press reports, doctors and nurses and I
n ) The 'state-wide compulsory education bill has been comes the Auburndale district with $150,000 additional to monthly serve or by Join.
Lake line. You ing the Red Cross society. This entails ambulances and hospitals equipment <|
killed build an asphalt highway to the county
j ,f That .Kissimmee may have the direction will be the firt to be rushed across the
/ enterprising men of Osceola-what are- you going to do of the Red Cross work in Os no' obligation. Half the amount Atlantic.

-, ;1 I i, How .many acres of sweet potatoes? have YOU in the measly $100,000 bond election on 'June 16th T Get ceola county, fifty Red Cross members will remain with the ICIlI'chapter, Private -advices from medical men

9 i .J'' planted t busy] Keep up with the procession,! must be obtained. Five hundred which may be used to purchase material who accompanied the War Commissions r

i i "\ Is the goal. Every' man, woman and from which the local organization to this country, declare that the
I .1 1J It's ''get the bonds, or lose the Dixie Highway. Take "Mack" Cathcart, than whom there is no more,, popular' child in Kissimmee is Invited to become be demand for medical and surgical relief
"" throughout Florida and who has been will make hospital! supplied to used
choice! man
; (. your v young a charter member of the or&'anluti is quite as urgent among the civ-
I r serving Senator D. U. Fletcher as private secreatry since on. Cut out the above application for the benefit of the men who go out ilian population of those two countries '

Over $1,000,000 have already been handed out by the 1910, has been named Collector of Internal Revenue of at once, fill it in and mail it witha to do -battle for those who remain at as at the battle front. The lossesto -

farm loan'banks.' Florida by President Wilson, to succeed Hayes Lewis the medical staffs at the front ap
,, check for the amount indicated<
/ .who has been prominent in state politics,for years.It mail to Miss\ Anne Bryan Carson, or to the National .Society of the Red ately pear to than to'any other,greater department proportion or

: ; Do your 'bit" and quit grumbling! An don't forget to Mrs. William L. Dunne, chairman Cross to be used in the general work service-a magnificent tribute to the

1 to vote for bonds! rI has7' been truly said that "whoever could make two of the committee. of the organization profession in' the warring countries.
organization , ,
I 1\ w o6a1, k' , . ,. 1 '" 'c, (. ,v'' If the United States and each of the\A 1i
1I ears; of corn or, blades .of,grass togrow\uponr, spotwhere"only .. '" ; "" ... ;;, ;
\ ; :IA after an army camp. If it's to be "got" one! grew before would! \deserve better'of man1! ,, ', ,' ', ' ::'1', ,,'I., ,\.,. ....'" ."."'....IL"'.. {, "" states'are to profit by the experiencesc6of ;*;,; ;
'' 1 '
Cigar ,\) ,\ ' ," <: 'r'C.' ,:i the'Allies there 1s a euggeetionlnnthese )
,! STATKMKNT, ; !\U'Hy, ,j \ : .IITATI'MENT L'\A ,
service'Itothejcountry "
I City will have it441WHonduran kind 1 land:! i do ;r.more. l i !; ; ]/ \than m ,.. .oJ----.:.;(,,* ,.\. jii&ViJM( : ))ij( . i>rl ,, \itMad8"under' facts of the utmost importance)
.,' the)..whole;race Hofpolitfciansel, putltogethery". 1 und..r-!-Section 32, Chapter- 6B96, ,: 8ectlon"12. ChApter"569t1, to'us. In' this'war every patriot is1
I' has Laws of Florida. showing the amount Lows 'of Florida, showing the amountof fighting, no matter what his or her
sevcKO diplomatic relation with Ocr ...
of taxes chanced to the Tax Collector ta" charged to the Tax Collectorof
_ ; many) Adios, Limburger! Chickens running1 large handicap the raising of of' O.c..ola county Florida, to be collected Osceola county. Florida to he collected country may be, whether on the firing ,,,
for the. current. year, A. D. 1916, for the current year A. 1>. 1918 line, in the munition factories in the'
L foodstuffs in the home gardens. There is ordinance. arid the apportionment of the same to
and the apportionment of the name to the several fund. for which shipyards, on the farm or in the home. S
'" Kissimmee is going to "do her bit" by raising a bum covering this point i in Kissimmee, and the city officials the several fund for which taxes have been levied. taxes have It is from the civilian population, the 1

per crop of sweet potatoes. say they are going to enforce it to a letter. So look out! been levied.APPORTIONMI1. men at home, that the armies must be i
JOur : OF COUNTY APPORTIONMENT OF COUNTY recruited. Common sense as well at b!
NTD FUNDS army and navy regulations, demand M
,. Some of our neighbors enjoy a "Patriotic Lawn Fete" good friend Bob Holly, talented editor of the ,November lat A. D. 1916 certain minimum of physical fitness
about 6 a. m. every morning. Sanford Herald, thinks we've been talking in our sleep.There's November 24, !' D. for admission to hte ranks. It follows, Q

"nix" on the sleep business here since enlistingin General eneral as a patriotic duty that the great reservoir
To amount assessed_______ _I1T.64T.28
With cheaper water and a "chicken law" the Kissim i 4 the army of agricultural patriots.. To amount aaee.sed$17,647.28Ampunt'collected t,6S.79 Amount collected __..________ 11,343.18 of civil life shall be maintainedat
---- ------- the highest limit of healthful vef.ficiency. -
; '
mee 'backyard gardens are doing nicely. / Balance to be collected.----111199 J.4Cenntr Balance to be collected$6.303.80 ., It becomes a sacred patrlotle-

I There was a little dull spell in vegetable shippingline C...,,, ao... duty that public health shall be raised

Despite the j icker" Kissimmee is forging ahead at a at Plant City a few days ago, and Just to keep upa Rend To amount a.. ".ec .______-__"7,647'.28. as never befroe since the establishment

rate which speaks well for the community. "circulation" those Crackers dove in and sent off a To amount collected aececsed.p7,417.18Amount __...______._ 8,6St.79 Amount collected ____________ 11,141.98Balance of the Stats Board of health levelfrom -
and that
it shall be kept at' a
trainload of cattle. Can't keep 'em down! Balance to be collected.l.99S.U to be collected______ $6,303.30 which there is no precedent in 1

The Boy Scouts of Kissimmee should have the assistance Pine A ForfeitureTo Florida or in this country. The rules '

of financial The National of Florida will Fine F.rfelt.reTo amount __ of perfect sanitation and the enforce- .
everyone- and otherwise. Guard go into Federal ___ t 1.81 :$4.411.81
amount assesaed. --" !
Amount collected.a _____
ment of
: 1,888.01Balance preventive measures against
service the is 1.411.46
on'August 6th. In meantime the Governor Amount. collected- ---- .r --- ,
"' disease; have a significance tbat they
The dead-beats in Florida were given a solar plexus urged to bring up the various units to war strength. Balance to be collected$2,998.16 to be collected.$1.675.83: : never had before.

.blow by the passage of the "bad check 'law." ; \ Sverlsl Pnbl'leKy. There are several things that 'mill-

Better make rfor those 33 You'llbe 8nrlnlPnblleltr To amount aasessed__________ tate against sickness, for a good
arrangements To amount assesaed.-._____.$..941.11 Amount collected ____________
..__._...... 94 1.11 1,890.70Balance share of our physical illness is a result
We're soon going to have a real oil gusher Tie Kissimnvee required to contribute that much to the war tax, In Amount collected-

t' Oil Co. is getting ready to do business. order that Uncle Sam can raise that) $1,810,420,000. Balance to be collected.$1,9911.68. to be collected------. $1,060,81Graeral hasn't- of much idleness.time to The think busy about man}hi*

benernl School tlehenlTo troubles and he forgets that he wasn't

t' Sweet toes the South's chief instrument for It should be remembered that the drafted man will To amount assessed----$41.682 !! amount collected aecessed$41,618.98Amount _________.:_ 27.941.111Balanc. feeling very well when he got up this:
the and Amount collected ____________ 18.560.17) morning, and with that forgetfulness
quick ,adequate relief of the -food supply. be the selected man under the Selective Draft. He should
JM to be collected__...__$14,61.69 his ailment vanishes. If he is busy-
be collected.$28,078.81a.baeboolDot.No.
feel honored because chosen for.the service. Balance to
very busy-he forgets to and
With American destroyers in British! :waters you..can ._ ...1- --- 8nbftehool nistNe.= _1_ worry-brings most of our worry troubles.If _
To'amount assessed __ ____ $3,089.03
; .' expect something brilliant to happen at any tinsa Unless an additional modern school; ;; building is put up To amount collected.aaseased$8,089.02Amount ________.-__ 1601.06 Amount. collected __-___"_____L. 2.143.80 the national government, the
in Kissimmee, the question might be asked-what state government shall see fit to decree -
are we Balance to be ..___.
collected. $946.22
Little Balance to be collected_______$1,687.97 : : the prohibition of the sal and
expense It attached to raising sweet potatoes, going to do with the children next term? .
4' 8nb School DI.... :3 use df alcoholic liquors during the- '
; and for both Sub Kehal DI... No. :* JVo.
.f they are good home and commercial use. To amount aawased___"'r________* i.i To amount aeuce.ed--_ $411.64 period of the war, a prolific source of'
Florida is to spend $700,000 on the Old Spanish Trailin Amount collected -__- :JliJ.*6 Amount' collected ____________. 121.64 physical degeneration will be .removed.It .

Now's the time to get the "Tin Lizzie" fund started two years. planned to have the government take Balance to ,be collected- $281.U Balance to be- collected__-_..-_ 18(1.10( is a consummation devoutly to be

-4 d 1 for the boys of Company B. The lads will soon go to the over the Trail as a military' highway. '.." hoped. ...
Sub ftrbool nl... No. a School Illst. fio. S The crisis of the hour has a personal '
:front. To amount assessed. -.$2,640.18. To amount ..." '".ed--------__ ".1140,13 meaning for
... "Chickens Come Home to Roost ? Amount collected __-._'- -777,18 Amount collected ____________ 2,081:66Dalance Floridian every patriotic
says headline. Suchis and American, and the two

l Tribune says "T .mpa girls'are the real flowers of undoubtedly true in certain South Florida cities where Balance to be collected$1,768.90 to be collected.$458.57, mean the same thing. Not yet in the

''r May-time." Kissimmee girls are the real flowers of all- curfew laws were recently enacted. Sub tlek_l DI.... N.. 4 Itch Heaool I>ls(. iy(.. 4 hysteria that these spring days 'have' 'III
the-time. To amount assessed__:________|l, To amount assessed________ ",.82J,80Amount brought, have we come to grasp the
Amount. collected .,.---------- _248)6, )_ collected ____________ 610.68 fullness of the intimate personal relation ;
Lambright's newspaper- "sandwich" is O. K. for the collected1,573.4: to our individual selves. We are
Balance to be Balance to be collected.-----
'J Representative N. C. Bryan, in the Legislature, has "inexperienced," but we've been there before. Thanks, $1,210.72 trying honestly find where and how ,
1 aeb "<.....! DI... No B Sub School each of us ""do his'bit" most efficiently
made of which Olst. No. 5 can
record "
; a every citizen in the district is Ed., we'll stick to "grits 'and gravy. To amount assessed.. __-$214 B To amount assessed________.'_ $214.66 and most for
usefully our
t proud.of. Amount collected '9O.14 Amount coll..cted. ___________ 131.44 country., Probably we will misapply

Hats off to Plant City t Canned and shipped the first Balance to be collected-----..-_ I1S4.BI. Balance to be collected._____ $83.22 our efforts at first We may not find

"5 Saturday, May 30, is Memorial Day. The National solid carload of canned goods ever leaving South Florida. sub Sehovl nist. N.. .nb Beheo ,Diet N.*. d our place for a long time to come, but

School Camp Association, asks that citizens,'as a salute She's doing her bit all right To amount accessed$1722Amount To amount ....."..d.__.._____ fit.JS here is one,thlnlf each of us can'-do, H
collected_______--___ 7,14 Amount collected _____-__._? 10.67 and the effort will be the performance '
to Old Glory, at noon on that day stand motionless and - of '
a patriotic duty-to ourselves W',
I speechless and with bared}head for: ,.minute. All 'eyes are on .Osceola! 'The bonding election. for Balance to.be_collected------. .:*. Balance to be oollected----.. ".66 in health, at our highest keep level of physIcal ; ' ;

$100,000 good roads work is being watched with interest Hard ....,.... Bend ..... .....* Snrfsee RM Vnm health, an dthen do all we can to
: have To amount ........d..__-___$41,1T .SS To amount aasessed.-: .._____$41,176.98 secure sanitation for the 'ad-
yon subscribed to the Lib rty'Loan? If not all the) statt.If proper
over Amount collected.-------. lInlnBal Amount collected ,>-_-,-,_-,___.. 16.4169.29 vancement and

buy a bond today' !" 'To save itself and civilization our J :Dca to be collected...,..._,$17,984,81 Balance to be col".ct.4.___..$U4.707. health. maintenance of,public

country is in th. 'world's greatest war. The'utmost: you turned h- -1 upside down, you would find Dated 'Apriti.tA.>.: >> May lat. A. D. HIT. To see that the screens are'In per '

powertof man and money alone can give ns victory.. ,'Made in Germany,'engraved on the bottom,"'says an' ex 3. L' OVERBTREE '. ,. '' J- 1. OVBH8TRBBT.: feet working Border<< and to keep the,

,. ,Without money armies''and navies'will b.. helpless." chan, ,...' , ,, ,, Clerk, Flortfla.7 Circuit: Court, ,*Osceola' County. cltrS.florid.] Circuit, ,,I' Court, **Osoeola-' County-- garbage can dean and harmless are
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, M.....,Zeb Parker and we daughter' ,

June, Is here' from Arcadia, visitingher ,

parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ii. Lee

1A r Mrs. James II. Dillard (nee ..MlsiLenore

Richards), of T'mpa,- Fla.,is H: YOUNG MAN!I ..
visiting her parents, Dr, and Mrs. J. J.

Richards for a few days. I .
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DIXIH'THEATRE) Miss Lillian Brack of Narcoossee, '

Program for Week Commencing Friday, May 25th has returned from.the'Woman's State 1
l f mtLM tic Bir. CtmiMsclin i.-iO-to.tlsumi: Miss What Is Your PreferenceTOFARMORTOARM j
HUM "ftrtirsmscM' ttrtlij it JM: C'cltrtPROGRAMi of Tallahassee. Brack's -

friends are pleased to learn of her success . j ,

'f' with her college work

TODAYJack Mr N. G. Waring and two childrenof ? .

} Pickford. and Louise Huff In a Clever Adaptation; of f Booth Lakeland, who have been the guests:

Tarkington'i Comedy "SEVENTEEN." of her, parents, Mr and Mrs. John Lee,,
for the past two weeks! has returnedto

SATURDAY her horrie.

Blanche Sweet In . Viola Dana MONDAY In. Leonard Williams'''of the Everglade You are equally useful to your Country

"The Silent PartDer." UGod' Law sod Man's." Cypress Company, with headquartersat .

TUESDAYWlllum Loughman, motored to at either branch of the Service, and you will.
,/ .. Monday on business. He was accom-

Farnum in Billie, Burke iD panied shopped by and his visited wife and friends.daughter, who doubtless,. 'shortly, be so .i informed by the

"A Tate of Two Cities "
'41, The 7th Chapter of
, Mrs. IL M. Breaker left for Chattanooga -
A FOE Super-Production. "Gloria' Romaace." officials.
Tenn., Sunday, in response!
to a telegram stating the sudden
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY death of her brother-in-law. Capt. This Company owns thousands of acres
Beban in
George Another one of those good Breaker will join her about the middle

I"' "P --I e Marcellini MiJlioDI. PARAMOUNT' PICTURE, of June, when he will make the of fertile lands near Kissimmee. You need. ;j..
trip over land in his car.

CHILDREN, Sc. ADULTS, We. There has been increase in
an make no payments the first two years; ---and
thf "happy family" of the Osceola

MAKE THE GRAND A DAILY" HABIT County Boys'.Pig gilt Club' 'recently, one of receivedby the fineDurocJersey' possibly the third-;--for either principal l or : ""k

--- _.- _.. -, Clifford Lester of this city increasing interest if expend one-half the value i''
the number of porkers
J r r INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS 1 ',seven' additional "piggies.'" ., ojF the products raised .or to be raised in
'.. ",' '''=r"1' ''''' > ,-,...":..,..."" :,.,,,,, ._..... .;,.:. ., ,.,..,.....;.;.; "...,...,......,.. ,,"'''''''. .-.--- Mleij.aura3llontaa' w1 Q' .eRend ewe ,11; ; lt =: "? :7:
r eo 'HOOC OOoUHOOOOOU HOOOOo Mrs. A. Chisholm spending, some winters at the )horiie' o'f"1 her "uncle7 ll1prQv Kgt1ie' s etc.: and moreover very
Prof. R. M, Evans,- and attends the
time with her
Weather Report Clayton, of Tampa.Mr. daughter. Mrs.' Charles Kissimmee schools, left Monday ,for long and easy terms will ,be granted: you
Atlanta} Ga., to make her permanent .
have and Mrs. G..M Shearouso, w.ho'' home .with her mother,' MO.Paul. thereafter the end, that you may .own the .

been'spending some time at.. Campbell..
Following are daily temperatures Guyton, Ga., with relatives, returned have cultivated and reasonable .
and precipitations as reported home last night, II. S. McLendon of Gainesville, district land'you' at r
by Government stationat i ; agent of demonstration work; J,

KUsimmee fo- the week end- V I. p Journigan of Jupiter H. Winston,.Orlando, specialist in citrus prices. ,You thereby, assist your Country
ing Thursday, May 24: the city several days this week, called' diseases, and W. II. Tinadale, of Y

.. Max.: Mim RainS here by the illness and subsequent: Washington, D. C., connected with the in this crisis and establish your ,own independence -

Friday __ __--_92 57 death of his brother, R. J. Journigan.Mrs. government work, is a party who were
Saturday __ '___92 57 I in the city on a tour of inspection a and moreover, a substantial percentage -
___.92 62 Roy Chalker (nee Miss Elizabeth W.
Sunday few days
Monday __ ____93 C3 Carson) of Live Oak, arrived Carson ago. ..s- of this Company's' proceeds will
Farmer, the well known' Insurance
__ .95 6'; Tuesday for a two weeks' visit "with -

Tuesday Wednesday ---.95 70 her.parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carson weeks' trip man to, has Mississippi returned and from Louisiana a two be diverted to some patriotic war fund.

Thursday ._.95 70 *
going well-earned vacation. .
on a
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D. W. Alderman has returned from APPLY AT,ONCE TO v
'oooccoooooooo OOOOOOOO While away he attended the Baptist
Lake Okeechobee region, where he has
convention at New Orleans, merely as
Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought. been: for the past two months super- a spectator, and was very much impressed '
V Intending the harvesting of a mammoth with the Hunter
proceedings. LandCo'rnpany
.. Many 'of'our citizens motored to potato crop.. ,
.. F. H. Lawson, president of the City ,,
Wekima Springs Sunday,
J. M.Crafton. of the Osceola Hardware Council, has returned from the capital e
at that popular re- ....
pleasantly . Co.,. who was seriously injured ,. where He spent several days on a J.-D. CLARKE, Agent '. ,KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA
in an automobile accident a few weeks visit to Governor Catts 'and other

4 Mrs. Max Croxton and her two sis ago, is getting along nicely, and will friends. This is the first time in many i

I ters, Misses poris'and Virginia Dann soon be able to resume his duties at years that Mr. Lawson visited Tallahassee -

spent Sunday in Loughman" the guest the hardware store again. and he had the pleasure of re-

'JI' of friends.A. :Mr. and Mrs. newing acquaintances with numerous .
L. V.
t s Story have removed friends. Is in store for the large numbers who margin; of profit on the production of choicest-of poultry feed. Why such any
Bass commissioner, from 619 Mabbette ,
E. county street to are sure to avail. themselves1 of see- eggs and poultry for meat is far' jn astounding waste, an utter extrava-,
'several in the city this the commodious A party of Messrs. Roma '
spent days Starling house on the composed Billie
this Miss of the of In dollars '
Ing masterpiece, excess percentage profit ganee that costs us nearly seven
week looking, after important business game street, just n block from the Thomas, Walter Thomas, J., T. Burk-
Burke in' "Gloria's Romance" will, as normal times. But aside from the for every man, woman and child J
matters. former residence, wher'theyViii' be halter, Johnnie Smith, Joe Butler, question of profit, we Americans must
usual, be an added attrsction'on Tues In the United States Let every home-f
Earl Minx, of Orlando, was in the ; glad to greet their many friends. Dusenberry and Casler made a trip day. The remaining attractions for look at the situation from a philan- have a neat'poultry house and a few:
per auto route to Daytona last Sundayand I thropic and humanitarian standpoint,
city,Tuesday. Earl is noW operating I Mr. and Mrs Wright Hill and having, had most the week include so many favorites and each and everyone "do his bit" to well kept, profitable fowls. The editor-
a vulcanizing plant in that ctly: and father of Mrs Hill, Mr. Lewis, Mrs report a enJoyable and such well chosen vehicles, as will I meet an exigency that seems Inevit of this publication will be only too.
'. 't t,' nf, says he II doing a'fine buslius.! :"' '.'.. ., W"HflCaulsy 1 and daughter of Goulds; time. They left the East Coast be seen, by.referring to the program able. Let us all try to be a factor in pleased to co-operate with every reader -,
l ,il Walte'r'MoodyJofjNaranja( ;fi Fla* !city.: )Injthe. !. ;en.ngt; 01'MtJ...of],the(\cars, printed elsewhere Mn!this paper, that I the production of an extra hundredmillion desiring any information.It .
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Master John Phillips,,who has been reaching Kissimmee at 8 and the otherat pounds of poultry meat which is not unusual for the fanciers taquit
'spending some time here visiting the are spending some time in the city the 9 o'clock.. one is almost forced to follow Mr. Mc-:: i.. less than one pound additional for hatching with April. Let me urge
family of his uncle, M. Tiller, left for guests of Dr, and Mrs. J. Z. Rober- Intosh's advice, "Make the, Grand a each man woman and child. in. the that hatching may be continued dur-
son. Miss Myrtilla F. Seals was called daily habit.!." United States. ing the months of May and June and
his home in Kentucky Monday. home suddenly Saturday night by the .. i The United States Department of also during July in a large part of our 4

Elbert Sharp, who has been'Ipend- More prosperity! John :Overstreet, serious illness of her father who lives OOOOOO ooocoooooo OOOtO Agriculture has just issued an esti- country. Let the old hen do her part Yy
tjic), genial Clerk of Court, has "done o mate that upward of seven hundred -fill up the incubators-keep them h
this section has at Brunswick Maine.
time in goneto She left the
frig some on
millions of dollars is the annual trib- going through May and June-the results
Litchfield Ill. for the summer, but gone" and bought himself an Overland night train accompanied by Miss Jen- > THE IMPORTANCE OF POULTRY *
ute"paid by Americans to the garbagecan. will be worth while. Let us be
will return to Kissimmee again' in the Light Four from J. J. Griffin, nla Carver. The latter's parents, of > RAISING Why not convert this feed to prepared to consume every bit of
the Willys-Overland agent in this city, St. Cloud, will .occupy the Brack e O produce poultry and eggs. table and kitchen scraps and make
fall.E. John is much pleased with his acquisition street residence while OOO OOOOOO OoOOOovBy Every home can have a self-sup them a source of profit .
L. Lesley's new dipping vat, Misses .Beals porting and profitable flock in the
which was constructed according to. and Carver are absent. E. E. Rlchad'Pesldent; of the I backyard converting the offal from "1,000 acres of Sweet .Potatoes for V,
specifications and locatedon P. C. Button has arrived from American Poultry Association the table and kitchen into the very .
government Attorney Milton Pledger has returned '
his farm at Campbells, has been Jacksonville, 111.,'and expects to resideIn' from Tallahassee, where he has Before another-hatching season, the i 1

and the operation of dip Kissimmee. He has shipped his been for time United States will, doubt, be .., .. .. .. .. .
completed some on important legal great no -" a... --- -" .. -- .. -- .. -"- 0..,.J
ping cattle has!! been carried' on successfully household goods together with his matters. Speaking the legislatureMr. in the deepest throes of the world's 'I ,,- '1'I '1- '1- .
and a launch, and will move into theGeorge most cruel war and no one can fore
this week. Pledger says that the present II
Mrs A..B. Herring of Lake Park, Donegan home. in Cape Breeze body has done a great deal of work, be tell crying the countless for bread.thousands It is up that.may to the II\
adition. His will arrive I
Ga. and Mrs. James M. Duncan of family and is one of the best ever assembled United States, the world's greatest, Shoes Shoes Shoes !
I Dover' early date. Mrs. Buttorn i is a sister at the capital. Our representative, N. 'richest, and most resourceful nation,
Dover Fla,, motored up from
of Mrs. D. G. Wagner, to not only look after the welfare of ,
: C. Bryan, Mr. Pledger has madea ,
the with their says citizens
Friday to spend day her own but to give aid and '
sister, Mrs. J. II. Bryan and family. Prof. R. M. Evans hai become one splendid record/and: is recognized alone assistance in supplying food to countless :;(
of the enthusiastic hoihegarden of the in the thousands of humanityIn i
They were accompanied by Mrs. Dun- strongest men : House. suffering 4.;
can's daughter, Mrs. I. J, McCall, of "warriors," having planted a large W. "Collie" Tanner, a fisherman, the torn and stricken war of rone.AmerIca The Spring and Summer Footwear. '

agricultural resources
patch of sweet in his back great 1,1
Jasper. potatoes was fined $25 in mayor's court Mon- must prepare to assume this bur-
yarl. Judging from the manner! in day, the result of a disturbance he den. Every one of us must do our We Have It! t:
Prof. R. M. Evans has accepted the which the popular school man handles caused at the city docks Saturday aft- bit. Every acre, every nook and cor-
position of instructor in science in the hoe, his friends say that he will ernoon, when he is alleged to have ner must bear its share. It is lucky
Shoes for member of the_ family._ It
the state, summer'school work at the- prove ,as."eftldent.a tiller of.the.soil imbibed too freely and attempted to that_in.poultry .we?can produce the every .
-- -' cheapest and most quickly producedmeat
Woman's College Tallahassee, as a director of our Institution of 'shoot up" the surroundings, The man of all the various sources of our *

which opens June 11 and continues learning. pulled out a big six-shooter, and made meat supply. Here, we have an opportunity Complete array ofMen's :*
through a tens weeks' course Prof Miss Katie. things l lively for a.brief spell, causing of producing an extra one !
Thompson, daughter of .
Evans will' leave for Tallahassee on hundred million pounds if the American low Cut Summer Shoes; elegant ,
i t. date. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thompson, was the sheriff and marshal and depu- farmers, the fanciers and breeders .t
Saturday, preceding the opening 1 taken to a hospital in Orlando Satur- ties to go to the scene post haste. will give their attention to hatching Footwear for Ladies Misses and Children i:

County Superintendent C. E. Yow- day for treatment and on Monday was However, Morgan Bass who was a during the months- May and June.It I i
? is well known that the' Great Display of White Kid and
a fact .
, ell and B. E. Evans, county demonstration -: operated on for appendicitis. sister spectator, disarmed the drink-crazed available supply of meat products is ;
I' agent, spent part oif' last week Miss Lizzie, who returned from fisherman before the officers\ got to today the lowest in our country, per Canvas Shoes. I '" j

in'the coiJntry. districts, conducting' Orlando Monday, reported the opera- their man. "Collie" and his brother, capita, in the history of the United. ,
meetings at, Deer Park, Whittier, La- tion as successful and said that the Ben Tanner, and George L. Bronsonwere States. In order to meet the extremely -

.. kosee and other points along the line: patient was improving as rapidly as arrested on various charges, and dangerous ourselves condition.wonderful we opportunityof have within Straw HatsMost '
. a
The !later released on bond The Jnciden.tcau.sed
: of more agricultural activity. I possible.R. aiding what may prove to be a
people in those sections are puttingin a great deal of excitement world-wide crp' for food. Let us all
large acreages of foodstuffs,' and, L. Starling, one of our enterprising '- join enthusiastically in the propaganda complete, variety, sizes shapes and
citizens living on Brack street, of in the probable time of "
I big harvest in the THE "GRAND" TO SHOW helping
/all.are planning-' a is demonstrating what a home gardenif "A TALE OF TWO CITIES" need, by putting forth now every effort styles. Up-to-'tho Minute Goods, Prices. ,
to nieet, In a measure, the demand
properly cared for, will lie '
I mean.
t TUESDAY. OTHER FEATURES. that is sure to come for untold quan- Are Right.
,' Rev. O. B. Falls, pastor of the First' has vegetables' growing, which are do- 4- : tities of food stuffs. Never in the his
,I,. Baptist church, has -returned. from ing well, while his bean patch, where Of special interest to Kissimmee's' tory of the world will, there ,be a'
\ \ New Orleans, where he has been in attendance he is growing pole beans, presents alight literary folk is the announcement ,by greater demand than in the next

\ upon 'the annual.conference I not often seen {fn this section.The Mr. McIntosh manager of the Grand ; twenty-four months that are to follow. '
months '
For the twenty-four STANFORD COMPANY
; of the Baptists. There will-'be.. no vines are covered with the prod- Theatre, that William.Farnum in,"A I we have been past killing the goose that H. C. \
service at the church Sunday morning, uct, and the'variety are" very: large, Tale of Two Cities," Charles Dickens' has been laying the golden egg, and

V.". however, sis the pastor has been honored home being as long a* ten inches. Despite widely read book will' be the;:main I with the hue and cry of,costly feed, "014 Reliable Shot Dealers of Otceola Cematy."
selection deliver the the size ., poultry and all meat 'products have
with the to enormous the beans are attraction on: Tuesday. The production
all the usual '{
fr above
commencement .sermon((1 at j college at tender, and when cooked, are very" is not only authentic, but lavishly been estimates soaring as to the relative! con of . 4

;. that .'.- tender.' I' staged and costumed, and a ran treat j I production! fad the selling price-The \ 't

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SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Ton tonight. Tour drupglst or dealer
OUR Your
J "Dodsoi's Liver Tom" Starts Liver 5(111 you1! a 60 cent bottle of Dodson',
e a Lher. Tone under my personal money-
and Yon Doit
Better Thai
i on Wednesday evening FLAG I back guarantee that each spoonful| will
The Veterans Association met May; passed away clean Bluppinli liver letter. than. a
19th at 2 p. m. last.Mrs. Lose a Day's WorkLiven done of Jour nasty calomel. -and"'that. it won'fc.

On Sunady May 13th, Mrs. Harrj J..'D. Woodbeck of Kissimmeewas make;jW Sick.Dod.on'e .
k. ; sluggish 'lIvl'rl I Feel
up your Liver Tone l Sa real liver
in Tuesday. I
city on
fi Johnson and Mrs. Dick Bower entre- our One and < tamed at dinner In honor of Miss Mar Mr. W. N. Gamer left last Wednesday pleasure be vigorous and full of ambi will\ Wake feeling fine v
you tip
garete McGill, who is home on a va for Tennessee, where his family 111 ell tion. Hut take uo makes nasty, dangerous tick and, jour(; liver will be working; )headache. ,
calomel because It
you bo
l ltwict
i dinner was' I II wild diZKim-M gone; utomuch; ,will
{ cation. After a bountiful will,follow shortly.? ypu slay ION a day's work.
i.e I and bowels regular.
served,. the afternoon was pleasantly); Mrs. Paul Weaver and Miss Albina Calomel la mercury or quicksilver
which necrosis of the bl'''..... nucJ on.'a Liter Tom is eniircly! vega
conversation fathers needed find causes
r spent with music and I Smith of Kissimmee, were St. ,Cloud When the day came that our Revolutionary to Cftlomfl crashes: Into sour blip liko li', therefore harmless mul (':111, not

Those present were: Miss Margaret :callers on"'Monday. a flag for the new nation 'of their heroic founding, they hp of Chicago, 111.; Miss tillie '. and I fed that awful nausea and cnunpi, Mitlioiiil of |pt"nplti.| are using. HiHliUii) J eI.brr'l'ono
. McGill and Everett Mr. and 1Ifr A. Harmon their eyes to the heavens to see t the banner of their; faith and pride.In you Lintel to mtel) If you want to enjoy iintiiul of dani; MotiK i,tlwitt

t Saylor and Mrs. Maxwell daughter, Marion, and Mr. and Mrs. I the glowing west, in the burning cloud of a sunset sky--streaming the, nicest, gont1l! t' liver mid bowel 1 now Your iliMiirirint will tell\ >'l"! that'
: Barlow of Glasford) 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Dalby left on Wednesday' spend the ever t.x(poriejH'cd hint. Irks tIlt> agile. of Calomel In i almost stnppi1jntlroly t
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lI Dick Dower and baby, Merne, Mr, and summer; at Qreenfcburg,, Pa. across the wide horiz('",- in alternate bands of flame and mistthey I,eleanRinllJou>f liariulcB UoJauu's Liver ,hurc.:: ,-
Mr. and Mrs the' of their fair'dreams mystic, mighty and baffling.( _._ -
Johnson symbol
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Mrs. Harry Todd who has been with ---------------------- ----- - -
Mr, Harry '
/ .., Anson McGill and two children' and Mn I". Mosher! for some time, will. Andasthey looked, there came'a' sudden rending 0F'the fleecy "Okeechobeo Call" : The bungalow! be- with, th. ,firo chief to the conflagra- -:?

Morris Johnson of St. Cloud. leave on' Monday next for Ohio., mass by a wind of.Liberty's own sending and through the monster rift longing to Conductor Hammond of the lion, 1 but, the lire had about ten min-
'Little Harriet Kennoy' passed away Denver' Bass of thick with silver utos the start and when the engine
John Drawdy and thus made, they: then beheld ,a patch of .azure sky set F. E. C., burned to' the ground last
o'clock ,
at 1
last Thw day morning. Kcnansville are spending a few days : reached there, the flames were beyond
"w. ", after a short illness.. The funeral this week in our city I stars. ( Saturday evening about 0 o'clock.\ control, and burned to the
I I. cervices: were held in the Methodist :Mr.: and',Mrs., S. W, Porter and The stripes. the blue, the stars-Old Glory-blazoned in beauty Flames were discovered about forty ground with most of its contents.. We
church on Saturday at 10 a. m., the mother,. Mrs, Goodrich. and Mr-: and across the wonder of God's great heaven for all.the world to see-. minutes after Mr, Hammond 'left the learn that Mr, Hammond was here>

1'> sermon' was preached by; Revi North Mr*. Edd.! George spent a week camping It is our flag-God make. us worthy of it!. house and as sOon,as possible' the fire Tuesday to let contract for rebuilding.

. rop., The parents have the sympathyof and fishing at Lake Lizzie, using \ department was notified and the motor We have not learned.about the insurance

the community in their bereavement :Mr, Porter's,new trailer for'the trip, --- .- truck and,lire engine was.. on its!! way ,,if !any.

all report a fine time. I C .
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t ",. rived Mr. in and our R.and Tidyman purchased have/! two ar- trille Mrs., is Jane spending McDermitt a few of days,Kenans-with GOODTHE i :;;;;;; ;; ; ;.; : J 44?+}:c"a

' nice l lots on Ohio avenue, where, Mr. friends here.
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''" '' '!" .",* } _- esidenc CwiL. , I 1
w'i'id "' : Ift i"1tlld"MfIIf; : tI.onrMJ'.r.Mrs. su>xr+nuar ''''!: -I : v V ''=' 1 .4t DG. WagneMnsurance2nd ,Age n cy ;
'as he has been a contractor for manyyearn. E. Nichols Wt htis morning for LR1NTrN"G ;

uato returning here Thursday '
Tampa by
\ the ; Floor Citizens Bank BUg. Phone No. 30.
: Word has been received here of, evening. ,

t .., I.. '. deathof\ Miss 3ladya) Kllgore' of Wf-' frJi..Z.. Barager leaves pn,,Mondayo !. . ... '-. The General Insurance'.Agency In Osceola 'Co. ..
life ; ,
by -

shooting herself with a revolver. No nil stop en route at \\.anooga' character of( your printed matter, makes an indelible impression WE REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK, 'HART- .

motive is known for the act except Penn.' ; for a few days. -good or bad-upon those who see it, More people FORD, AND MANY OTHER .FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE .

that,of melancholy. Miss Kilgore was and of i COMPANIES ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
standing-the character quality product- ypur ur- ;
of St. gage your
William Phipps of M. G. '
Mrs. The real estate offices
neice ot
other the .
Cloud. ibbe have, been moved to the second ta-dareness-by that than by any one thing. Therefore,. i
has accepted a posi- where need for the kind of f printing. .
Mr. Joe Phipps loor of the Bronson Building, right : BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive _
tion at the depot, the place being vacated Manager Morrey will be glad to welcome i r.

by George Marsh, who left on his many friends and patrons. Our hobby is good printing-not fancy, fussy printingbutgood Insurance t t.F
" ? where he with character and finish-the right type. :
Wednesday for 'Tampa, printing, quality J
, ; takes the examination to enter the! Jack Harris, who is well known here right stock, right illustrations-rail blended into a strong, dignified ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. t

I navy. all' a former resident and young business whole-the kind that will, make a food impression for you. IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTIONAGAINST
I. Mr. and Mrs. W. Reagan and son, man of Kissimmee, is now located .1 L. LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION. .J

I' t' Fred'and Mr. and Mrs.,Howell left on at Atlanta, Ga., where he is in thempoy Give us a chance on your next! job ;. /

Saturday morning to spend the summer > Of a large shoe store. - -----, .- z- ?

; in Ohio and Indiana. ______ _. - _u __ _.. _______ ---.. -- - -. -- .
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The Garrison of the Army and I'conservation of human health in Florida

I . j. Navy Union held their'' regular meeting I than a serum-cured hog has to do
I WHAT IS IT WORTH? I II Stout Lumber Co.
I, on Monday and arrangements with'a moving picture matl oe.: While
: : were made for Memorial ,Day, a letter I the average taxpayer has been firm in SUCCESSORS TO !MAY-8TOUT' LUMBER 00. .,

I '.. '; was read from :Mrs. Davies saying she 36O PICTURES .. What is good health worth? the belief that nil his half-mill tax for DEALERS IN *:t
.., had her husband pleasantly located'' at 360 ARTICLES health purposes has been going* for the
Is it worth ten cents a year, or even ,.
the soldier' home at Johnson City, EACH MONTH eleven;to every man, woman and child protection. of his home and wife and YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS
t rt Tenn. white or black, in Florida to be assured children he has really been payingfor

Y The1 loyal class of girls of the Chris- ON ALL NEWS STANDS that yellow fever has been.Wn- other men's dead horses and medi LUMBER
.Ir {. A 'v. _ ished from the state, that an active or. \
t cine for other men's sick hjros.
touch with the
.I X25 ganlzation
r ,1 Cents advance of medical science, is watch- charges Compared in some with other the states per capita for Novelty Works in ConnectionIt
i the West End. for sign of approaching disease -
riB in i Ing every health conservation,' Florida's dime is .
c V A letter has been received from POPULARMECHANICS ready to ward it off and stop it large. The fact confirms the claim is our pleasure to give you estimates at all times.

1' our friend, Noah Fergason' in Iowa, border before it reaches Florida's shore or and the compliment that 'Florida Courteous Attention and Prompt Delirery. "

and say he has a nsw five passenger g t places a higher value on public health
l 1r. Is it worth the expense to be ableto
than other states Probably
time of his life. MAGAZINEWMTTEN
and is having the
a car C go about your business undisturbedby Florida heads the list of the 48 statesin Phone : Kissimmee ffa.
will be given at the lake anxieties that used to besot ,
A banquet 80 YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT the its standards and methods for the
house ,Thursday evening Floridians twenty years ego from the It is
shoreclub on All the Creat Event In Madiinlc. education of its people. among
!l', "' Int honor of,HheYpresident" Mr. L Engineering and Invention. throughoutthe fear that an epidemic of hideous ,disease the first in its distribution of preventive t .
World described' in intemt- the state sum- - -- -
are an might sweep any medicines to the population of the
Harry Toll, who leaves for the north leg manner. a. they occur. 3,000.000L
that these things are
reader each month. mer, knowing state andmore than this, from its ,.
e on Monday.A $iiNet.. 'e .-..eb 1_. .11..." being watched for ;you by men who situation Florida is the
'carload of brick has arrived and Ls4 bettse.rstodolhln..I. are always "on the job?" geogrsrhical. for the entrance of
; ,1 thai,,-sad &0.......espa/e./ '" _,
'I begin Is it worth a dime a year to be pro- from the
is' being hauled to paving ourstreets L wro.nre.l.t..lud contagious diseases pest-
Amauor M.oh.rlc.
1z ;: : tected warning and by free StateBankof
e.euanr by ample laden states of the Caribbean and the
,, how porta 10.ndpl.Mid boata Larf,BU>>lr arccJeawna l ... vaccine from smallpox? Is it worth West'Indies. The Board of Health has
Word has been received here of the ran SILl IT a..... laws OUUMV the price to be able to procure at a been for{ there decodes the gurvrd at

death of Mr. Wilson, who: just left Asa..a d..lw..--.a sn. '.MltrOPULAM large discount from ordinary cost the gate for the whole country and it
here about two weeks ago with his W M.n.Y..e._ *d..sII.11 -...... anti-malarial .serum and all the antitoxins has rendered a service that is not to Kissimmee
e..a.u a.a.Ya 5. h..Y. that have been discovered
daughter to spend the summer .with you be measured even by the AlmightyDollar.
and proved efficacious, or hame
friends at NelsonvUle, Ohio. Mr. Wilson e aaablgr A-tats.-. .

handed to free of cost you
you Is it worth a dime apiece to usT
.... hasbeen/ on poor health for some havn't the price? The of the worldare
time and was going north in hopes _,.,. X**".. .. .ffr. M frtmimmtlafen Everything that can possibly be Okeechobee Call: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. eyes
".,..... .
*mt lei. in err-e. .ud.wal.11 dollars and cents, and
measured in
the change would do him but Kissimmee Tuesday
good, a.Ueir.r.I.s.e.r.ee0sgrLNlw. valued F. Parker went to -
some things that are
I that standard. can't uman life has to see their sons' who have just the who
its cash value in the courts, but that enlsited and may be called soon to.the on man
value it not its worth to the possessor colors. Both are dentists and will
merely an estimate of its worth to
their in the
practice profession army.
.hi srelatives after the owner has part-
.ed with it. For years the dime has Their daughter. Miss Helen, accom- '
approximately been>the cost to every panied them.Jacksonville.
citizen of Florida of the administration SAVESyoung
of the State Board of Health and Dixie: A. E. Doneganof
thia cost is diminishing rather than increasing Kissimmee was Jacksonville a
as the population grows and
the available health fund remains almost few days ago. Arthur Donegan is one

r stationary'" The variation from of the truest and best of Floridians

the dime has been in fractions of one end a man who has been a factor In: the

cent. and development of the state.
It is a fact that the taxpayers have rogress
contributed more than the per capita He has proved valuable a* a lawmaker for 'a moment, young man,

dime.,but.the,dime I is..wbatbasbeenpenifor' _ _aswenasjnbuBinesBlifeLClear_ .,
the legitimate purpose of I give a: thought to self. The
health protection for which the board S
was created; and the board has been -r YourComplexion problems that confront you now or
perfectly honest all the way through, r
4e merely obeyed orders. The difference will a few years hence.Look .
between the tax collections in ,the + with This ,

, state totals for actually health spent purposes for such, and purposes the- Old Reliable about you-r-the: men of affairs in country, state, nation-

-and it amounts from a paid Remedy :yes, in the world, are the men .who started to save carry in life. M;.
to a' third of the collections -
Y Extra Mileage You C See for hog cholera serum and tie distribu-\ COCK They hare the respect and confidence of the community
tion free of cost to the farmers of the Z. "r
state. The expense has runt as high, Then look on the other side-at the fellows who spend all they
; and Measure as.$30,000 in some years, for the medicine SULPHURCOHPOUND for while '
is ten times as costly as fourteen- make-they may have a good time a bat what does their ai .,

ti The extra thickness of the money, skill and experience\ year-old whisky bottled In bond under, /.r plmde.. black.beade, fancies,bldcbsa.dI. personality reflect? ,
the seal of the United States .. actor6c..calp
government 5well a fee mw. I j
t Michelin Tread-due to can produce. I .... body aupttoea hhn. ---.-. A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the
extra rubber and ricMlchelios More is paid from the health' tbM.cleatlaa compound 01 eulphur._ Aa loa nucleus of honorable independent ..
give so much money onI_ .... Itcal.a bk letlir- an career.
means additional mileage fund for glandered animals, which I few Your bank
y t mileage: that they'd beEspedaUylstblstrueslnce have been killed when the disease was I rootofth.FfcnlcUM.geed mrific UM...... Make :your beginning now-today. 1

economical even if' high discovered'and the owners are recompensed I, iYt ooIpSsW_te ess<*R.the book will pate the way. .
ounce of rubber and priced. But they're the extent of not than mart i B i N.-I_ ......"aidd .....
r, fabric every is tho toughest that not high priced.: 75.00 to for each animal killed more for this I'.......... dMP._ Capital stock _____._________._ ____ __._ $100,000.00 .;
1 reason. And there are other and ask for. HANCOCK SULPHUR Resources over ,?____._________________-. __-. 400,000.00 '

smaller expenses that have to )be; paid factory(MUlU...11.--.*MT 29 VMTkffOc ., ",
from the health fund, and it is sill paid bottlaCOMPOUND. Oficen'ud Directors:
by direction of a state legislature that
"" at ........ 11.. s.'t wedswwewattis ,... A. President M. KATZ astd E. I LESLEY V-P.
and ystr
this imposi- ,
met some years ago, .... ...._ ... .---... *
KissiauBec, Florida tion on the people of Florida and on ..ywi ...its.1raada . ROMA THOMAS, Cashier '. "
./' .'- the Health Board has been continuedb Buutcoca UODID scarsnm
< yth silence or failure of subsequent co..rAIIT"" N. C. BRYAN. N. B. CARSON, M.KATZ: >

"f' ,1Cluirlisl Gtuimft mrt jutt ., gui at AfithtK Rt4,Inntrwhith legislatures to amend the order. be ,a.blb c._Md.trawl' oar C. A., CARSON **. FLEMING E+ L. LESLEY,'
Of course these expenses ma7'1eeUtmate _..trasst. J. WADE Director .
a :1. 52IkS; .,". nr Imitated i. ttbr'tut xrvtrin quality. charges: on th.taxpayers, .del.. Oet1. sane.l 1 TUCKER _

but they bar no more to do with this

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.. GIRLS HAVE PRETTY fACE all 'of Section Twenty-six, (I.>. Township .. ... . . .... ...... .. .. .t..... . . .. .. .. .O. .. t.e
Twenty-six (X6) South Raar*
) ( THE FORUM. j j jKUslmmee Thirty: (80) ICa.t. .
v AND BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXIONAn The Said lands belnar assessed In the
FREEJ name of mlnole LAnd and Investment Washington D. C.,. ;|,
Company the date -of Issuance of $20. 2'5'
i Fla.;, 5-22-1*. Atlanta man makes new discovery .- said certificate; unless said certificate
hall he redeemed according to law, and Return
Paint Book Editor Valley Gazette, Kissimmee, that makes an old face look tax deed will Issue thereon on the Stth
I I I la.2 day I>. 117.1 a
a years younger. If: your skin Is'dark, r.rn .It-hand and official seal ACCOUNT OF '
bear Sir: thl. the list,day of .fIlY. A. O. 117. !
brown covered with freckles t.
or or J.
i II I have just read the call tor a special ,Clerk Circuit Court. OVERSTRKKT.Ucceola County.

',' election to vote ''for or against blemishes, just use a little Cocotone State of Florida. U.C.V. REUNIONTickets .
35 : Court Seal) J3-U
1 1 1r bonding District No. 1 for road purposes Skin Whitener; it's made with cocoa- .... .

i Nse5/ I will be frank and say I was nut oil and is perfectly harmless. A NOTICH' OK ELI:CTIIN I Sold June 1st 'to .6th ;
31o In. hopes our county dads would see fit faw will
days' use improve IooiFs
: .. ..... e to relieve us of the fight just at this 100%. The worn-out 'skin your comes off cases In eomplfenee made. ( and with provided the law It Is In hereby such i Limit June 21st, but limit may be extended to July 6th by, .

: time for several ot'tM announced and declared' thin an election depositing with Special Agent '
\' reasons. evenly, leaving no evidence will 1)0 held at Union Center n.
1 First, just at this time we'have' all treatment the hew healthy under-akin roula County. 1''lor........ Hpiclal Tax V
School 1..t..l..i. No 6, on Tuesday dune l
I'I we can think of on the war question appearing as a lovely new complex Sflth, 'A,'!(., 117. for the purpose or t determining -

I and' the high price of living. ion. ;,who shall serve as school
trustot'S Second I think I I'ta very inopportune Just ask druggist Loran ounce next aft-r the lwctlon, and to-flx the Leaves Jacksonville June 3rd, 8:10 P. M
I 16 ma your number of mills. of district school lax Arrives June 4th 6:00 P. M
time to' ,be piling up more debts And of Cocotone Skin Whitener, and if he to,be levied nod collected annually for'The.rollowlnlC' Washington ,. "

: raising taxes here at home, as the na- will not,oupply you, send twenty-five the said two >enrs.were appointed to artat Through Sleeping Cars and' Coaches From Tampa ''

"JlomesandllowtoPaintThem"I[ I tional government Is piling it. up"in'way a cents to the Cocotone Co., Atlanta .lIld 1 I .leotlon, J. K. illlllaid. li K, !
Harvey Will Huuhcv, Inspectors: L H
: Contains illustrations attractively that'if we never fire a gun in this Ga., and they will send you a box by \\cathclliL-c. t'lfrrk. VIA
lK>n" by) order or the Hoard of Public
painted homes\ floor plans, ; world :war, it wll take two generationsto return mall. Inati. 'tictlmti. OHci'olu. Cntintv. 1.'lorlda.hl. ,

: specifications how to select the tight : pay off the debts already made. If your hair is hard to comb, Is \ ., of May, A. I I''. I91T.W Atlantic Coast Line
C, HXSS: Chnfrmsn.
S color aUo informal for painting Cost of living has advanced 125 percent kinky; nappy and will never' slay Attest ; ,''
roofs, bams, hupRics, wagon, implements (! C U, YOH'JCldq. .
refininliing( woodwork and : in the last two years, and wages straight, just use Cocotone HairDressing SI.' Si Standard Railroad of the South ;

: floors, decorating walls... Tells about are the same in most lines of work, ; and) it will become straight,
0..OO..O ..0.
MASTIC PAIrrT .. and the wage earner Is the one' that long, soft, glossy and beautiful in a :\'u'rH I.J] OK ,'I'I".If"1'IO UO%. KOII mi.Notice 4ooot.t..o..0.0

: : these debts fall heaviest on. The1 pro- few days. Mail orders filled; 25c for

4 ducers are the ones that pay all the large box Is hereby Ifb'pn that the un*
"The Kind Lasts"Tliis '
I That _I taxes for the simple. reason that the t"Cr'.w:: \ : at 7alallase apply to the!!:., State Florid Hoard,, for 1

old reliable paint protects and a pondlHrtnfll, fmrilon for, Jams Yale, "
.1 beautifies your property and enhances business man takes what the other .Yr,. wh. was convicted of murder In thefall PRORIU. t

its value Mattie Paint contain : fellow has produced, and handles. in CUTS OF MEAT of said R88 application In Onceola for County.pardon Florida will

A' highest percentage of ZINC. 1\ way that he not only makes a living T.I4'm nt the regular meeting of the
Honrd In 'June or aa soon thereafter a*
Pea.lee-Caulbert Co., Inc. for himself and family,but every dollar came run ho taken. up
: LouUvlll. Kr. ; that he pays In taxes comes out of May 11. 1917. .

I I what the other fellow has produced. It Is Necessary to Know Muscle FAVIfl MILTON' ormTAN1.I'UISIXIKR.I Ideal Formulas u

Osceola Hardware 21-St Attorneye for Jam. Yatcs Jr,
Cot Ilia fine auto) ,and trips to the sea- Structure.. '

::'.,;'l.:;;;;;; '-....-, Kissimmee t!, fld Tx ';I ''itfi8fii-'li' 'eii7a' 't'fimtl1 ;-.1Im".tcarele"riI """ ':;;; 'fr :r', '. ,.., .,':" .an'rH.E.OF.NS't't'pAI.: ? :;:::r.:Li'-rlN: : : ;i- "_-_ J.Ideal l.Methods! ._ -
: .
..).. -
call ,
want to the attention of .the WHKRKAH.: : at *a meeting 'ot the :& : :
DIFFERENT PARTS NAMED. Board of County Commissioners" of On* '
.........> ......<........... voters pf Precincts Nos. 1 and 2 to the ceoln County, Florida held at Klsslm if 200' Ideal ResultsIIDEAt

fact thatif, they vote, these bonds theywill mee, Osceola County, Florida, on May LfS

".,(JOO acre of Sweet. ;.I'otaloeafor.Kieslpimee. . J put a ,:debt, on themselves and Some. .,Exp.rt.H.ip ..-Voung" House-- 7th.sldereorn, A., ,l>.petition 1817 tho theretofor.e Ikrard.hevlnw, presented elm '

." aOflRSOFORMER their Children that-it will take them wiv.. Who, Havs Not Yt Learned to nv,.them per'c-ent.signed of by the more duly than registered twenty- : Make: Your Crops With a Profit

twenty years!! to pay off; and in that )How to Cook Cheap Meats In' trio voter, whoare freeholders residing '
within the, territory herein and hereinafter :.. Wrl<. roe rr.. I........
timt they will have paid in' round Most Nourishing, Tempting Way. described which It Is proposed to 0; FLOP IDEAl on Grove. and tl.r.tenWilson 1

numbers: $C3,000 in l interest alone, and constitute Into a Special Road and '
It -,'onltllll't>1U timt the lost word had BrllllC" District aon cki n /: ALKIDEAL '
F what will you have? A nine-foot (been sad| 'on /:: SEMINOLE & Toomer Fertilizer Co., r
$ J er not said territory'shall be constituted
streak of brick of road built, not for the Increase In the high font of 'IN-lnpc on Into a Special Koail and HrMa- .. CHEROKEE Manufacturers: IDEAL FElmLl ERS

toe farmer and homefolka, but forthe makes the meat problem, si 111 as tough District, and the rimds.and bridges proposed J> In HI*ray BlLhln rr and insecticide.. f)
therein constructed And paid for
tourist and big rich; those who are (no |'un) ns e\ Jacksonville
the AH lil Florida'WATERS
much uinllKned anJ
Wlint the
SELLSFire getting rich off the produce of yourlabor. examined considered and lnvetlfcatednnld (

To show you that this I it. true, equally much prnlMH, cuts .called petition and found that th same 11S0N.& TOO
''In nil rasped. compiles. with the
"cheaper? To know this we must law. J "

Life, Accident and I I only have to tell you that leavingCampbell's know the architecture of the anlmnl In I' nnd twenty-flye that It per Is slgnml rent of hv the more duly registered than I :fn.TILIZER , .

going south there is but question.' First, the WONt tendeit tJeces freehold voters residing within I ACKSONViLLE FI-A. \
Health., Plate Glass, Liability two families' living on that part of the are the less exposed pnrts of the animal. for said the territory purpose! has aforesaid. ordered; an election; .-: .. .. -

road and only one of them has'a' team (. 1Yhntereritorllnns, are subjected NOW, TH1CKBKORHJ.! notice Is here t
'and.Boiler Insurance. muscular exercise thus tile loin) arc by givcmthat A special election will beheld
and hardly ever drives to Kissimmee to (
on June 16th. A. D 1917. within
Iol\d there is not ten acres of land on tougher because tile muscles hare been said territory herein described, which & :CARSON GROCERY CO., Local Agents
Legal Bonds Executed used mure. This does not mean that It proposed to be Included :in said ;
the whole route that a* man could Special /Road' and. Urldgre District .to- '--'--'--
there Is not as much Iiourlshmcnt'lntougb wit!:

,Same Day Needed. make'a decent living on. ,muscles as lu tender ones. The beginning nt.-the Northwest cornerof .. . ........... . .. . .. . . .. .....0..000..0. a., .
Our first payment will be $UOOOand # Hectlon 6, Township IS'South, Range
cheaper cuts have tougher fibers and. 17 Mast and run thence South ,along ;
the twentieth will be $5,300. the whole problem is to prepare and the. Kanfre line dividing Ranges 16 and

OFFICE: Slate Bank Building ,Now, gentlemen, if ypu think you soften the fibers anltbns'IJut them ona 17 Township, to the Southwest It South corner'Ran Re if 17 Section Bast; I Cold Storage for Fresh Meais i

can stand that with all these other par with more tender parts. Themuscles thence Kast along the townahlp line I
dividing Townships) 15 and 18, to the
of the abdomen are
hIgh prices and the war'on hand with Southeast. corner of Section 16, Town
but give a' cry coarse meat. ship It South ; thenceSoutheastdriy' i Storage Rate Beginning December Ittt
the chance that you and your boy may The structure of tho muscle fiber"et"a.z; 1'ft dividing .
be taken and 'to Oacoola .and Polk counties to the Southwest
sent off be killed all
THE! RORIOAMETALPRODUCTSCO I must be studied In order to apply the corner of Hectlon 11, Township 17 Storage on all Meat. 1-2 cent pound Fifteen Days.
I have'to say it go to it, but here is best bods of cooking Each fiber Is South, liange 10 Kast thence East ,

MANUFACTURE or* that is' going to fight it to the like a tbln section of orange being along Townships: the 17 Township and 18 to the line margin dividing of Curing Pork ready for smoking, 1 12c. per' pound,

last. surrounded with a firm tissue and containing Lake Cypress: thence along the Northern Twenty Days. .
METAL margin of Said Lake to the
Cypress ,
I won't vote to'put.. mortgage on juice within. If we cut the center of the canal connectingLake Curing and Smoking,, 2c per pound.
CEILINGSCULVERTS.SHINGLES home and for the benefit of fiber "across the Juice will' (escape. If Cypress and Lake TohopekallRaj; thence ,
my yours Northerly along the* center line of said .
we heat the fiber In a high temperature ....
'few high flyers that living off the canal to the margin Of Lake TohopekallRa "
a we will harden it still more and ; thence alonK. the Southern and ; ; Bring us ,your hogs the day they are killed.. We will do <
AND OTHER sweat. of my brow and yours. prevent the escape of Juices If we Eastern boundary. line or margin of

'//u.\;...., , G-, BWOODAf.L., cut It and soak It In water the Juices( canal Lake Tohopekallga connecting Lake to the Tohopekallga center of the t .. .. the rest', (
SHEET METAL " "-'" ' I'I"f"CLlP''i.US ; agaln"wllll'IICRpe.I. But If we pour and East Lake Tohopekallira' thence ,", t
1 BUILDING AND I PINV.Vi"o.) ,,;., scalding water or liquid? on the fiber It Mast along the Lake center Tohopekallgaj line of said canal thence to V.11' ,, """" a14dah914F.\ < \.'PCmewe33SaY'v.\: , '. '..kEt3li'de"P42cKISSIMMEE ,,

f) ON WIFE'S DRESSER will have much the same effect. as Northeasterly across East Lake To '

WBITt TODAY AND SPECIAL .heating It rapidly to a high point. Northern hopekallira boundary to a point of where said Lake the ICE & COLD.. STORAGE CO.ft .

Cincinnati man tells how to shrivel Now the Ideal In handling all cheaper touches the Range line dividing '

QUOTAzIONS.JACKSONVILLE. up corns or calluses so they cuts Is first to harden the fiber either Ranges 10 and III; thence North along Ir
lift off with water or by said flange line to the Northern. ...000..000..00000000..0. ......... .... .,.
fingers, by pouring on boiling boundary of Osceola County.. the samebeing
-' heating it to a high degree In order to ; the Township line dlvldlns -

Magnolia 'Balm Ouch !I. T i M 1 H 1 This kind of rough avoid the escape of the Juices\ and sec along Townships said Township 14 and; If line; thence to the placeof West ft ',C. nron.on. Inspectors.C. ,I name of O. H. Kyte' K. Savoy and H. E. "

talk will be heard. less here in town if ond to cook It slowly' so'tbat the fiber beginning] said description Including A. Qarrett, Clerk I Sexton, at the date of Issuance of.saidcertificates
FACE POWDER. will eventually lit soft the Juices all\ of the lands embraced In Com- ; unless said certificatesshall
people troubled with corns will follow missioner's Districts numbered One (1) Precinct No. t: be redeemed according to law
The beauty secret of the simple advice of this Cincinnati dissolved and the flavor as much Ss and Two (I), C. J. Lamb. tax deed will Issue thereon "on'the llth. A
W. C. Senalba day of June A. D. 117.Witness .
authority, who claimes that a few possible retained. None of these meats For the purpose of' determining r
women who know howto C. 8 Acree, Inspectors, my hand and official seal
drops of a drug called freezone when should be covered at first with cold whether said territory shall be constituted K. E.. Brown, Clerk. , this the 11th day of trE1il.l t
take of the Into' a Special' Road and Bridge :lT.
care com- 1 J. Lt
applied to a tender; aching corn or liquid or cooked slowly before the out-
District and the proposed roads and
be Precinct NU: Clerk Circuit Court Osceola County,
plexion. Cannot hardened-callus stops soreness at once side fiber is seared. brldRe constructed and paid for as n (I. Hancock; Htate of Florida. p
detected. Heals, Sunnburi and soon the corn or callus. dries up, What are some of these cuts byname specified In said petition and only dulyqualified H. I.. Patrick. (Circuit Court Heal) l-t f

4f .,stop Tan. Soothing, and flits right out without pain. ? Perhaps this partial (list will within electors said who territory are freeholdersreslding shall: be C.B, T.A. Sullivan Pattern, Clerk.Inspector" .
;;.: cooling refre.hing. He says freezone dries immediatelyand give suggestions which your, butcher entitled to vole at said election. The 1 ftOTICH OF ATTA'IUIIII"TT. ;

'" -; AM. Wlolt., 'R.-R.J. never inflames' even irritatesthe can help you carry out: general description of ha the roads ..andbrldRes Don and ordered at Kls.lmmee; .. fr.. Ooodwis ... All ........... I.:'
,., ., proposed constructed and Florida, this 7th day of A.
Y 15.. at 1.) ... it moil direct surrounding skin. A small bottleof Cheaper cuts of beef: the estimated cost of the same and the 19t7. Max D. t: tergst.d
Sample tether color) for 2c Stamp. freezone will cost little at manner In which payment therefor is tf ERNEST MACK. Chairman.
very '
any la mode, Notice Is.
Rump-Itoasts, braising; a hereby given IT.
to be made, 1. .
a* follows: Count
Lyon Mr..eo.. 40 South Firth S.lJrookly..N.V.'SOUR drug store, but will positively remove slewing. A, If, BASS, Ingram Sheriff of Oflceola In
The road known as the Campbell B II OUY, the state of Florida have this day attached 1
every hard or soft corn or callus from Chuck nibs (1 and 2)).-Roast, steak. Station and loQulChm..n road, extending FRANK 'A rKf.1n. certain real estate belonging J
J One's feet. Millions of" American Chuck Ube (lat B).-Stewing, bra Is. from the corporate limits of'the Townof K. L. D. OVKH8TUEET, V. Goodwin In the county of Oacrola,.
women will welcome this announce- KlHslrnmee City to the Poly county M Ine. line,,and running through the town of mlssloners of Oaceola County Klor'd laws. i
ment since the inauguration of the ''rlate.-Soup, stew, rolled pieces. Campbell saltl, road extending through &.. ." .
high heels. If your druggist doesn't Sections. 1*. 11 and 12, In Township 25 Attest: JOHN I... OVERSTRKET. The RRV4 of the sri:"; the SWU of
LET have freezone tell him to order & Brisket.-Corned and pot roast. South Itanga 29 Fast; Sections. 1, 1 and It-lit, Clerk of said Board.NOTIr'e1 the SteVi. and the KV: of the NE5S4\ -
( ARDIN small bottle for "Skirt" Steak.'-Rolled, stew. 3 of Township t If South, Range 18 Hast, ting the rloht-ofway; of the
you. Section* 32, 33 and 3of Township 15 Soul
stew la Florida Railway; In section 11}
Plank Rolled a
Steak. .
*M* M MMMM *H -- IW- South Range 18 Knst and Sections t 0. API'I.K'ATION VOlt TAX and the Wti of the Wtii of section 921;
"1.OOO acres. of Sweet Potato for mode soup. and 6 of Township If South, Range :2S DEbll LUUOlt! '".:fTIO'll614!\ AND all being; In township 21 south of range\,
SUPPLY YOU Kissimmee." Cross Ribs.-Pot roost. .
Also one mile less, on the 'K 0. KI.OHIIIA Also: Wtf of the NW\ BWU oft
Short Ribs-Soup, stew sliced.cold. Klsslmmee-St I io'dOa'd:: beginning; at flW>4. and a half Interest In the NW%
Odd00,11 "Iys < Cheaper cuts of mutton: a point where the hard-surfacing on Notice 'III'I hereby given that AlexH..rpu..ha of the'H\VI,. of section 6. In township
said road-will-top afler '8. south at range 29. 4
Y BreastStewTbralslngrsonp- --- completion -4t1'a -Cor-tincatea
IIIIIIkWJLlIrGARDEN STOMACH of the contract which has already been No. lOld JOn and 115. dated the 6th Also' "rmrT: -Trf-thir-NEI4 .1rOP"t- +
I J ou Neck. Soup, stew, meat for cro- let for. approximately four miles. of day of July. A. D. 114. has filed said one-half acre graveyard) and a half interes a-
quettes. etc. road. certificates office and has made ( In the Wy! of the NE%. and ,
.If'nrm'a half Interest In the of section 6,
ONE DOSE WILL .CONVINCE Veal Tho above described roads are to be application Peed to Issue In KK\4 ,. p
: township 26, south of it.
nine (III> feet wide, except that part of accordance with law. Bald certificates range,
Gall Stones, Cancer and'Ulcereof the Breast.-Soup, stew, made dishes the road to Loughman extending from embrace the following land in O-ce- You hereby commanded to appAae '
Stomach 'and Intestines, AutoIntoxication : :. veal loaf. the City Limits of Klssimmee to a ola County, Florida towlt.Lots ot before the Judge of the Circuit C..rtya it
where the road Block Lot K
point public 14 and 16 47.
Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis A slow oven, which Is also used In Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com Block 47, and Lots 1. 1, (, 4 and I. of of of July county Florida, on the rule Snd., ,t
1817. being
same -a
cooking other foods, can be used, or. pany's right of way at the West end of Block C, all of Marydla.The of said In
Fl day to
and other fatal ailments result from court answer an action *
and EL above all. the "fireless cooker" which the County Fair (Oround. which roadshall said lands being assessed In theE of annum pule damages In the sum
\' Stomach Trouble. Thousands of I t>e sixteen (16) feet wide; road of B \V Kitirlraton.
of C'oe-Mortlmer
111100.110. In which
the t
DSO'ESPECIALLY cooks without heat. Here, too. the to be hard surfaced with brick or. asphalt the data of Issuance of said certificate; Company Is plaintiff and the said F. C.
SEE 1 Stomach Sufferers owe their complete fireproof or earthenware dishes can be block. unless said certificate shall ba redeemed : Ooocjwln Is defendant: Herein fall not ?'

recovery to Mayr's Wonderful used to best advantage for then the All bridge shall be constructed according thereon, on to the law llth lax day deed of will June Issue or judgment will bs given against you
of Iron
cement ,
where required or by default
ADAPTED Remedy., Unlike any other, for Stomach food may be. cooked and served la the wood or either or all of said materials, A .0. 1917.Witness. L, H, INORAlf. t
hand and official seal
Ailment. For sale by J. Z. Ro- on_ 4I1ot.b. and of sufficient span to meet the requirements my Sheriff of Osceola (,*o.. Florida. ?
at A. O. 1917.
YOUR STATE. this the nth day IIf.y.
of the locality as decidedon JNO., U OVRR8TREET ,
berson and druggists everywhere. hy the engineer In charge of the J. L. OVEJtRTIU'.ET.Clerk Clerk Circuit Court. ;r
Circuit Court Onceola County,
nw..n.. 11111111 I I I I I I I I I M I I I The estimated cost of such roads. and Stale of Florida. J0-9t Attorney for Plalntlffy
OUR INSTRUCTIVE CATALOG i brldtres I10O.OOOOO, and the oonstruc. (Circuit Court Seat 21-St I
tlon there of I I. to be paid for by the
AND WEEKLY PRICEUST'SEND LegalAdvertisements Issue' and sale of bonds to the amountof NOTICK OP" APPLICATION FOR : NOTICE i
FOR THEM TODAY IkIALSBENGINES $100,000.00. bearing; Interest at the MUCH XKCTIOfS! eve A>lHTS. TO CREDITORS, )
f rate of 6%" per annum from date, payable .KM-'ltAI. STATUTES OK THE -
soml-annually) said Interest to be STATE. OF KLORIDA. Im Court ., the Commtr Judge, Osoi
EAJlARTINSEEOCaJACKSONVILLE.RLA represented N'o Interest coupons. I CmmmtTf State of florlda..
Bald bo sepal bonds and are
I! to bo payable at the rate of '&. 00.00 Notice ,I I. hereby given. that W. I. Mm .re, Eala..r .I.... ,W. ,LW,.. .
APPI.ICATI01 FOR TAX for period of TwentyYran. !
OTI'R FOR per annum a Barber purchaser of Tax Certificate '-
r>KKI> IJNnFJR SKCTIOM4T4! AND No. HI 110 and 111, dated -Dlstrlbut.. "
To all Creditors Legatees .
OF,TUB places for holding said electionIn 'li.
4T5J/ iKNRRAI STATUTES The July 6th. A. 1>14 has filed said ...
RIVERS. M. D.p and the Inspectors andelerks office and all Persons bavlnLCIaI.: ) or
M. .
T. STATE OF KLOKIOA.Notice said territory certificate In my and haG made Demand against said ;Estate)
for said election areas
appointed application for Tax Deed to issue In '
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ,, BOILERS, SAW MILLS Is hereby6hen 'th';t 8. F. follows: accordance with law. 8ald certificates and present each of any)you claims are .and notified demands -

p ..4 WOOD WORKING MACHINBRT' Moore, purchaser lof Tax Certificate embrace the following land. In Oce- which you, or either of you nay
O< against the estate of James W.
Residence II' A complete line of Mill carried Supplies-In stock and Jely..A. D.1314, baa filed .aldcertlll- H, N. Bratton.T. Slng-letary, Lots 1, t. t. Block 91. Florida:! pralh tIT:, deceased late of ;. : '
Office ,14*. Heavy Machinery Get ourprlc.s cate In my office and has made application oeorg-e Inspecter Land' shipment. R. D.Juice
for Immediate Tax Deed to Issue In accordance '. .
for ;
and catalogue b.for. placlnr Edgar Kats; Clerk.S Block 17. Florida Dralaed of said estate, wlthitt .twoyears from '
To Cure a Cold la On Day order to law. said Certificate embraces Subdivision No. t and Lot 11. Block 10, the date hereof. 1,
your the following; lands In Osoeola County. Drained Land Co:* Subdivision
1 Florida Dated March ITth. I
theCsonh Precinct :
"( ;'1'aU ATATIVB .ROMOO.Ida.Ilstops MALSBY MACHINERY. CO. Florida. to-wIt: .Joiner, No. 1. un."J":

Dv.ggbl5. ssuI r-fo toot II work It -alls off ths to Cold e.ra. 4OS-1 -C. Bar ->.-> .I.e............ Flaw Investment Lot I" of Company tho Seminole. subdivision Land and of J.W.H.O. Brenson Tit. iiald.lands: being assessed 'lathed ; h.fe., ., 'J

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.... (Mrs. E. E. Wells, Editor.) R., J. Journlgan R J. JOURNIGAN, of West Palm,. TO BE HELD( JUNE 5

Beach, died at the home of his sister, .
Request b made to all patrons of tie Valley Gaiette to tend items Mrs. Nettie Bass; In North Kissim-

*f S.dety Event 'to\ the Editor for publication in these colums.I mee Sunday afternoon after an illness Preparations are being 'made by

of several weeks\ lie was suffering Sheriff Ingram to get everything: in
- - - '- - - - .. .- -,-, -. . from complication of diseases .
.. 1'1' 11II1. . . . . "-y; a shape for the registration June. 5, 7/fi A New Thing in
and was done' that under the law
a OOOOOOO OOOOOOOOO.O OOO +* everything recent conscript where
00 medical skill could deviso was without by all men between the ages of 21 and I Pens
: DANCE FOR MISS OSBORNE 00 I, O. O. F. AND REBECCAS a 1 j avail. The deceased leaves a Wife and 31 will .be required to report and sign I \\ Fountain

d '0.I -0 00 OBSERVE MOTHERS' DAY 0a two small children. Other near relatives proper papers. At a meeting'held at

0 0 0 0 000 ooo."OO" o-ooooo 00 were I. P. Journigan, of,Jupiter' the courthouse Thursday morning,

A merry dancing-party was given Fla.; O. F, .and O. W. JoNirnigan, of was participated in by the sheriff, Ed, Tk/ Luciorj I

I )lIou e" The Osceola Lodge' No. 74 of I. O. .O. Kissimmee; and three sisters, Mrs. gar Katz, supervisor of registration;
"by the young men at the "Log Nettle Bass Mrs. L. M. Whidden of, '' p
Lee Jarrell, first lieutenant Co, B, N. SAFETY
F. and their auxiliary, ,
Monday evening, honoring Miss Thel ; : Kissimmee, and Mrs. N. Mach of G."F.j; Attorney W. ;. Steed and Deputy '- I
house held'a joint' meeting, Friday: nightat Windimere. Funeral services 4 SELFFILLERNO :
ma Osborne, who is ,the popular were Sheriff Bob Campbell, the proper
the Fraternity Hall wren about fifty held the'home of Mrs:
of Mrs. J D. Clark. at -Bass on blanks and instructions were prepared
guest ,( attractive members were In attendance; The Monday and the body interred in Rose arid sent out to registration officers slots or holes in the wall-the barrel Is

An arranged unusually for the dancers programwas and meeting was in honor of. "mother"and (Hill emetery. Rev. C. H. Summers throughout Oaceola county. On "th.l -ink can't get' out to flood your cloth.So .

for the guests conducted A fitting service over the morning of June 6th a'properly Instructed lJ,. new HI ing-you can carry it in. any position without ....
provided Ls annual observance in these!
games were Refr.esh.menta >v remains, when many (friends of the be- officer will be sent 'to every Parker Safety llM danger of leaks. Activered blooded men

amusement. .
: ,t' preferring sandwiches that assorted cakes, lodges. Suggestive decorations ofwhite U-avcd; gathered to extend, their sympathy -, precinct in the founty to assist in' the SeirFHUnBl, \ who believe in preparedness for the
', of -profullely decorated the All .1.-l iH line always equipping
late In the ower proper mode ot registering under'the writing ,are
Iw and punch were served' hall. law $2.50, $3,- $4 Ml themselves with the smoothand -

evening. 'Misses. Thelma. Noble.'Gand: J. !,,' Overstrect) \ presided 1oms. CIIAS: BASS' The ,following have bren'app lnted $5. JHhm barrelled, rapid-fira.

6 At the Lottie party Clark were Corrie; Can: while .the following beautiful' Mrs.'Charles: Basstwho has/ been an by.. Sheriff In pram: asChief r R<,g'sttll- Parker Self-filing\
< Mattie Stanford,'' and 'appropriate\? program .was.l'<;nd! Invalid for the past three yea'1-8, died lion Officers the differel; precincts: Safety. .

.,, non, Margeret Mamie and Pilley Dot and ed.: . ''. l.j! at her home i in North Kissimmee"Saturday Deer Park-W.. If, KempferCMUlborry : .. ;... :/

Joe Carolyn Makinson Fripp,, Luty.Lupfer: ,. Mrs. Chorus-"America," pianist and was ]laid to rest Sunday.Rev. Sink-B. G, 'Hancock.Narcoosee / PARKER --..::.".-;...." i" .li ,

r Mrs H. C. Stanford Morrey.. C. H. Summers conducted the -F. W. Hill. (FOUNTAIN PEN INKN), j"'"'
t ,a .Stanley Bullock, Clark Sr., and Mrs. S. Prayer-Rev. c H. Summers.' I'funeral services: at the Bass h5me Sunday / -' Shingle Creek-A, II. Fox.
I t Mrs. J. D. Song- ''Mother Knows," Misses j at 10 o'clock and large '
Bryan, Dewey ) a. in., a \!\ ltapFenger--Wilt! Walker.
'Pilleyj; Mesrs. Edgar and Ned Lois Ovcrstrc-et and Johnnie Bron on. concourse of her lifetime friends paid St, Cloud-S. \V. Porter.CampbellS .
t Dick
'Sumner, Ted Estey, i
J Wells Oddress-Rev. Summers.' j their last tribute to the dead and toIilli.91o.t. Y.r:\ rr-lilon.:
-.n Uo k-ROyGJl\v.c.a..l1.rt: .. .uccmn aI' d.Iahis 1I :
? Basil -- !: vinll.-Xhe..4loraL.uffer.ings -K'l1&lluillb..1l..Yt' ::, ""
:' ; John Lee,,>Raymond Johnson Hearden Ralph I, daughter, Miss\ Morrey. were exceptionally beautiful.The -Lakpseo-..:...R.' E. Willie. .,

Hamilton, Sheldon Address from the Rebecca .lodge deceased was survived by-'her Edgar Katz *JStee* "'PN"1C' -
; .
Makinson Roy Carr FOR SALE BY "
Turner Nelson .
: and Edgar Nobfe'Crand Mrs. M. -M; Summers. husband, four daughters, MissesMary Weaver, C. W. Dann A." E, Thomas '

'Bobbie Paige. Mr. Brown Address-Mr. Morrey.; Belle, Minnie, 'Little, Willis, and four have been appointed and several others / CORNER DRUG STORE

Newton. District Deputy Grand Master Wy- sons, Everett, Lonnie, Verna and have volunteered to serve in the '

0000000000000000000000000-0 coff of Orlando, was present with a Charles, Jr., all living in Kissimmee.She different precincts of Kissirmie, PHONE.= 297 -.- -.-- = = --=- _.-=
delegation from that city, who gave was born near this city and liveda among whom are a riumber of ladies,

t TAMPA MAN WINS KISSIM- interesting Impromptu talks. long and useful life in this vicnity. several appearing at the sheriff's of- l[= .

a'' MEE BRIDE, fice and tendered their services. l l r., sfl 11111
00000.00000'00 Oo-OM FORMER RESIDENTS '
';'" a 000.00000000.0000000000000- '0 00 PLEASANT MOTOR PARTY <4 RETURN, ON A VISIT LEGISLATURE: NEWS OF Visit Our Library.

wedding was solemn 6 O INTEREST FROM CAPITAL \
:.' ; A pretty home I Mrs. Mattie F. Willson and daughter "

,zed Sunday at high became noon the when bride Miss of OOO.O.OOOOOOOOO-' .O"O"O Mrs. E. F. Holley, with her children (Continued-from Page One) BOOKS RENTED
Lillie\ Hughey
Miss Grace and Master Maurice
A jolly crowd of picnickers motored
1 ''Grover Cleveland Arline of Tampa. 'willing to perjure themselves in their
; of West Palm Beach, accompanied by JOe A WEEK
to Lake Conway Tuesday after-
7 .Judge' 'Murphy performed thef/ ceremony oath to support the constitution, in
s Jim' Willson
auto arriving
in were an party -
non for a dip the'lake there. The
order that the counties
countr yhome on they
at the Hughey
Milliard's Island and the happy party, which was in honor of Miss here a few days ago. The older retain their unjust advantageover Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing ;

couple left on the. afternoon train for Thelma Osborne, who is visiting Mrs. members were formerly residents, the other counties of the state.A a Specialty.Dr. .
in this section and
they, pitched
Tampa, where they will reside. Mrs. Clark, concluded this very pleasant bill Is now in. both houses of the
their at a pretty spot on Shingle
afternoon event with theater camp
is the daughter of Mr. partyat Legislature to make the reapportionment '
Arline pretty Grand. Creek for a few days outing. Wednes- H. E. Cole 'will bi' '
the In the Optometrist beat
party were
and Mrs. T A. Hughey, and Is very, An' attempt was made in the
< Misses Thelma Osborne Lottie Clark day they called on their relatives in usual in this
popular in the'' community lower house today"to bring the measure place establishment every Tuesday
:'very which she lives. Mr. Arline is a'prominent Amy, Dot and Jo Makinson, Margeretand Mrs.Kissimmee and in the evening' Mr and up out of its regular order for ,-to meet bit friends and patients. s
s i Mattie Stanford Lois' Johnson James Willson tendered' them a
business man of Tampa, consideration, but as this required a'
I and has young been connected with the Mary and Kathryne Tiller, MargeretLee theater party at.the. Grand, when two-thirds vote, the attempt failed. A
Mrs. S. B. Aultman, Mlssea Mary and W. E. SANDERSON & CO.
Mamie Pilley Carolyn Fripp
t r 'Tampa Fire Department for: ten years. record vote bas not ben taken on the 1
Rheo ,
Pherigo were-also present.
Ouida Malloy Messrs. Edgar Bryan, .
bill and it is not know at this' time JEWELERS
5 00000000000000000000000000 Dewey Sumner, Ted Estey, John Lee, The' visitors were loud in their what chance it has .of passing. It is ? Successors to .

_' .* J. R. Nealing, Mrs. J. D. Clark, Mrs. praise of Kissimmee and, expressed thought a record vote can be reachedin H. O. BROWN 'CO.:
GRIMM-STUART surprise at the progress made by the
H. C. Stanford, Mrs. S. M. Bllock and both houses by the middle of the

1.000000 000tOO 00000000.: Mrs. M. Katz chaperoned the young city since their, last trip here. week and the public will know how

people. j jOO many members are. willing to disregard I m J

., ..... _. __ . ,...., .
1 n Mrs. Lucia Evina Stuart and Henry JI" '""' w'" :'... the oath they took,to support,the 'N = 'W""' J" ".W'" "H".o << " {rimm of St.: Cloud ..weremarried'byJudge / OO"O.O"O '0'h'' +iSEDGrVICK i ''CIRCLE'g0: 6 a: constitutlon'1'OfJl\, ,, : ; iW under*'* which '
a' -
t t Murphy"' :: '' his'lofflce:(( :\aththe! 00 4i GOLDEN:' 'iA /t"0 WEDDING :ANNJ.0 00 -0 .... a h'eyYareco( :d a make t aii'I* at At the Churches:''',

courthouse '. Tuesday''VJ'morning7fnridafter +) portionmentk I
"1'! '-rr>" (* '*' ]( *' -srT 'fT' J w
few hours -looknig about Kis- "If apportionment j>
a the 'is not made
Ladies of O.
'0 0 the G. A. R. and O. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH +
t timmee left for their )come., Mr.- and .OOO Howard. Post will hold a memorial before tho closing hours of the session .
Latest Not. About
'Mrs. Grimm are both well 'and favorably it Is likely that the will This 9:45
service governor a. m.-Sundry School, R. M.
Sunday, p. m., May 30th, at' Pt Hobby of All Woman.
w known in their city and have a On Saturday, .Mr. and, Mrs. J. M, j| the G. A. R. HtVl.I call a special session for that purpose.It Evans, supernltendent. .
+ wide circle of friends who wish them. Gardner1 will\ celebrate their Golden (!I |Is .therefore! up to the. members to a ai 11 a. m., Morning worship conducted

happiness with twelve act speedily else stand Thin in tbe season for blouses. Theyare by pastor.
Wedding anniversary a BRAVE MISS IIUIDLESTON'CAPTURES or responsiblefor 2:00: p. m. -Junior League conducted
needed for multitude of
o'clock dinner at their residence NEGRO BURGLAR the expense the state may be put The one piece a frock has not vanished reasons. by Miss Alberta Hopson, Supt.
tot.OtoOot.O. Mabbette- street, The event will be in to for an extra session. into 6:30: p. m.-Senior League (in the
tlio air tbe
warm summer because
9 the form of reunion with all the That bungalow). Special service by the
I PATRIOTIC LAWN FETE t0 a women may display great separate blouse boa come Into fashion young people for young people,
J' '0 members of the family in attendance.Mr. l bravery as'w ll as presence of mindin SPRING NECKWEAR.Fichus again. 'It appears to be necessary to 7:30: p. .m.-Evening worship conducted .
'. OOU OOttttOOO".OOOOOoQo 4a0The and Mrs. C. W. Hill and the tat times of personal danger was clear have both even in the average ward. by the pastor. '

ter's father, Mr. Lewis, Mrs. W. -n. ly manifested Saturday when Miss robe. There Is always struggle lu tbe You will find a hearty welcome at
Ladies' Aid cordially invited Cauley, Mrs. W. Moody of Gould, near Marie Huddleston captured a would-be and Frill Fore Ar.Now.Coming to the mind of t lie woman who W not plentifully the homelike church.ST. .
"the Presbyterian Church lawn and their Miami, have arrived in their car, and burglar, single-handed, 'and gave h mover With a pluln, satin shirt waist are to bow enilowcil she! xhoulil with choose clothe between money as u JOHNS (EPISCOPAL)' CHURCH

j friends to a patriotic social to are guests at the Roberson home. to the officers of the law MissHuddlerton worn this roll collar and vestee tit> suit and a one piece frock for constant :

bo given at Mrs. A. M. Moseley's, 22 Pierce Gardner of :Miami\ arrived went to her room 'Saturday white georgette crape down the trout .sofvlre. nit 1 |"T">1
Rose Ave., Tuesday evening May Wednesday. W. W. Gardner from Oklahoma afternon, and for some unaccountably ..-----.. I put il.curivt t.y. fur. nil women when be L. II
... -. charge. *|
29th, 7:30. Ice cream and cake will p ,
-, Tom Gardner from Carters- reason, glanced under her bed, uld that UU wlubrought! the subject'
I be lerv+d. A silver\ offering will be ville, S. C., Mr. and Mrs. W T. Craw where she discovered a negro man up to him BL-uiliiiunially! every day fora 12'a.: m., morning prayer and sermon -

: taken for the benefit of the building ford and children from Cairo, Ga., who was employed about the place. fortnight luvarlably decided In the Subject, "Our Soul.\ t

Lund Sunday school rooms. and! Mrs D. C. Dutton and baby from She caught up a revolver and covered end according to her owu desires and 730: p. m., evening prayer and sermon
dixdutiHlifU ubuut her
was choice, no
MRS J. WESLEY BROWN, Wauchula al to be him while her calls for :
i are lexpected present assistance matter what It was for the rest of the Subject, "Christian Religion in yTi
t MRS. A. M. MOSELEV, and to participate In the celebra brought help, and the man was turned pox t.'allon. Sympathy with Saints and Sinners." r

:y Hostesses': tion. ", over to the authorities. One of the a'lvnntnpen'' of blouse buy. Strangers are cordially welcome.!

s Ing !1:1: that the average woman can get air
p ---- ---- -- ----r --- --- - '"' half u,dozen' to suit her different needs CATIIOLIC CHURCH SERVICES

and mood. This season they nre liu-
e rolled before her like a brilliant never Devotion and confession SaturdayeveningrAlay28.at7:30.blessSun.
-"- - nd1ng1Jlrvet.--ThD-JlelltlllL8.ndJhC\.coh| ;
iJr \ .
- --
or constantly f"'II911Le. They bare reach day morning a 8. Sunday school Immediately t
hft ed a degree of variety and gayety that
after Mass.C. .
,,;: :. : . ban Dot been' touched lu several sea. .

.j' DO YOUR PART eons, Fine'' colore.l tniinllns,"'nolU, null striped . W. Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. -Stanley

I . I are In the forefront of "..,hlull. and Bullock, Jr., Misses Marie Huddlestonand
_ ;f. e alb white and colored orgaudlea. which Norma Griffin left Tuesday for .
bave been so extensively used for neckwear Tallahassee, where they'will spend the
have br..a c.onllully'talien. up by remainder of the week. .
Never before has the American farmer had an opportunity like the makers. of\ lilnusea. ,.,

the present to serve his community,. State and Nation. Never before The plain white organdie waists are
embroidered. wllji' one or more <:colors
hat, the call for foodstuffs been as loud and persistent. ) 41 acaimiiea In the Kluiple null ever pleasing
design of scallops, neiilii lu polka Give
t folEEBP It is the NATIONAL of child aid {
duty every man. woman and to dots' arid triangle of brilliant rod andukie .

w in this iwork. Raise more food; and defend your country as it has green. black! and yellow.beeauseo1L ." ...}

BANK! never before been defended-with hoe and spade. .. .. ,-, ; v dut frocks! are In fashIon -
we will bu able to wear separate Flowers

; In' every yard in this county there should be a garden-a real blouses of polka dot fabrics with the '..\: J.
.r i pleased feeling; that we are quite 14 the .;;.'
garden-of sort planted with kinds of -
2 a permanent two vegetables-, middle of tbe picture. Taffeta and sat. .

C a those that can be.canned and those that keep. '. ,. A saw COMBWATIOK. in are not looked; upon with any de- For All Occasion :.;

+ s e Raise corn, peas and beans to can-carrots: turnips, 'onions and of which drapes crisp white net daintily gree of warmth, but taffeta la applied ', .'
. to chiffon and then embroidered In '
gold .
.' { > '
potatoes to keep, 7 Inserted and edged with One vaL and sliver to build blouse.
1 up an ornate
The effect ii fresh and springy.Chlsk.n FLORIST ,

Do your part in this great fight for good. ':: .- ,I" ,/ . Every smartest'one knows of French by this blouses time, drop that'the . ,,
With Panuts.Cut I NO. '
r over the skirt Instead of going underIt
at; nisMMrnintci. *young chicken into small piece
after the manner of a miniature Russ
BANK roll In' flour and fry browntln lard orutter.
dan blouse. CLerult sent this out In Fortyth St.,
".. :' .. When the chicken Is done pour
white organdie, with a sash of colored
I.) .. :...' everit'a cupful of sweet cream and Ilk, and It has led too way for ''a dozen JACKSONVILLE FLA.
OF KISSIMMEE sprinkle liberally with roasted peanut
conceptions by our own -
put through a meat grinder., '
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