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: June 1, 1917
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00805
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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] HE SERVES HIS COUNTRY r WHO BUYS A LIBERTY BONp' }



FOR YOUR HOME NEWS ., ,, "OSCEOLA USSMMIEfrlrst.

Re.. ..... t trot mm* Always

$,. WEEKLY VALLEY GAZETTE KlSSIMMEE .V'AULEYAZElTE. ; .

Florida'* Greatest Weekly EVERY CITIZEN ,


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REGISTRATION DAY; TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1917




I BETWEEN HOURS OF, 7:00, A. M." AND 9:00 P. M., : N

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The proclamation of our President There are ..


authorized by the new: army f NO EXCEPTIONS' '.

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bill, requires' the law applies' to all, single and ;

Every Male Person.. married, rich and poor, white and t

black, citizens and aliens.

between th.e'ages of '
You'are not authorized to judge of

Twenty One and ''Thirty the matter of disqualification or ex

1 io' emption. Register and state the
'to register before the'officers, and "'
ground upon which you think youare'
at, the'places'notice of which will,
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exempt, and the national authorities -

be given in due time,, on : ; s will decide the question. t

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' "" "" .,< il""' ".'T.UESDA-Y' own='', ",.. --- ,." : .:. :..;.:.;; .". .: fJfY 1 M4", hould"rB"w a.Eatriot# ". , .
I
s p'I e ; and do his duty to his country In .

JUNE 5th, 1917 r this crisis in the nation's, history. '

I- i ,,,It is hoped that ''none will be actuated

between the hours of 7 a. m. and 9 by the ignoble motives of fear.

p. m.. for service of the, nation in !*, of 'punishment' and. be driven Into I

t service: of the country by dread of
the position which he is, in the ,
the penalty of a ye r'8, Imprisonopinion -

of the authorities, best fit '
r I ment prescribed by the law for failure
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ted tofill. I ---I .register.. ,



; Every Man Should Be a ;Patriot--Do Your Duty To Your Country! :



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REGISTRATION: DAY, TUESDAY, City Water pply O. K. LOCAL RED CiMtEAsoir$ ,.



K JUNE 5, TO BEEcALHO'LWAY Says State Health- Officer CAMPAIGN SPLENDID SUCCESS



I I _
I Report of pollution, the --city' making a thorough Investigation of ..
INSTRUCTIONSTO their,21at'and their' 31st birthdays .ooO.O..ooo......... .
COMPLETE ..' water' supply have been current op the affairs, give. assurance that ;clti- : : MUCH INTEREST MANffEST-
.
UNDER must register.. pant zens need have no fear regarding the THERE IS NO WAY TO AVOID '
THOSE WHO COME street within the few day; and ED CITIZENS-AUTHOR-
This mean's,that if you have passed pollution rumors. In order to further O THE DRAFT 4

CONSCRIPT. LAW- your twenty-first birthday, and have in some Instances these were'very reassure consumers, the 'government *.. e IZATION RECfIVf -BfNf.r ,
much exaggerated-calculated to do engineers have installed an Men of military age are'warn4.
THERE HS NO WAY TO not yet reached your thirty-first you emergency PERFORMANCE
must register. the community a great deal of harm sterilizing apparatus on the pump at + ed against attempts to evade the 4 I r AT

AVOID DRAFT. > as well as cause undue alarm among' the waterworks, which device applies + draft, and those who, come within 0 THE GRAND TONIGHT.
x I' |fen who are physically disabled, as the citizens. Reports from 'sterilizing properties to the water, in < the operation of the law will do 0, .
,
'" ", "I I well as those who are. lfI for, militaryservice tatives of the State Board represen.j very small quantities and this wilt remain 0 well to heed It> There I il no way 0 ., -. .

: totOOtO Oooooooooo o o I must'report and fill out cards. Messrs. George W.; Simons':' ., ,, in service for a period eta. week 0 to escape. The .age' of the con.,. (Mrs. E. E. Wells)

.* PLACES OF .REGISTRATION' The loss of one or more limbs( eightor of the Bureau of Engineering, i or ten'days. O script ,is easily determined ,by 0, About'the livest movement .in Kin'simmer .

AND OFFICERS any other disability 'does not .ex. F. Shuey, assistant'engineer, both) Asked for a statement as to his findings 4 documentary ,or other evidence 4 for the past few day has been
!empt a from registration. from..Jacksonvillewho were in, the'' by a representative of the Gazette 0 and as for those who fait to reg- 0
person
*+ Hours t a, m. to 9.p. m.KlSSIMMEE 0 a Members of military organizations, city Wednesday and made an investi-1 George W. Simons, Jr., Chief 0 later, in the insane belief that 0 the campaign for membership in, the

< .. -No.. 22 Broadway 0 unless in federal service .are requir. gation, are reassuring, hnd there need Engineer of the State Board of 0 they may, be overlooked, wilt be 0- Red Cross Chapter 'which'I. in pro"r

-,T r.* place formerly occupied by ed to register. be no fear on the part of the' people Health, said: j 0 hunted out and punished. And 0 cess of organization here. When it t is

the. Quality Store, Chief Reg. Traveling men, actors baseball who may use the city'water with the "The present condition of the Kissimmee 4 the punishment will not save 0 borne In ,mind that the membership. ,

.+ istration Officer, Edgar Katz, to'* players and all others absent from feeling that there is' absolutely no water supply need cause no 4 them from service. After a. committee has taken for its slogan
of kind. alarm and the citizens need >stretch in jail the offender will 0
their homes registration danger any have no
be assisted by a corps of depu. ,may
"Five Hundred Member
circulated fear the fr.have to join the colors the only 0 by July
of
ties volunteering for the service secure cards'" from the proper authorities Thereport: recently were regarding reports pollution '1 ;
4: Deer Park-W. H. Kempfer. <> in the cities wherever they may caused by the fact that the Atlantic that are current"Recently ;, fr difference between him and the 4- 25th" it will be evident that the

Mulberry Sink-B. G.' liana 0- be and fill same out in advance, mail., Coast Line had received orders not to samples of water were other soldiers being one of character 0 women of this city are not lacking in ;'
'
take water.from Kissimmeo trains examined in the of the 0 in the estimation of the *
cock. 0- ing them to their home in time for on Laboratory P4triotism, but are willing and ready

4 Narcoossee-F. W. Hill 0 filing on June 5.Manner. passing through the city, as an exam State Board of Health in Jacksonvilleand <[ War Department. 4 to take a part' in the alleviation of
-+ II >0- of'Procedure I ination had been made and the water results were slightly below the 4 In this connection, It is well to 9
Shingle C"eek-A. Fox. '
the sufferings of him "who suffers on
4 Bagsenger-i-Will Walker. 0- -. Registration officers are directed to!>> found to be slightly below the stand. standard set by the United States: understand that married men are 4 '
4 St. Cloud-S. W. Porter. 4 ask the questions as they are on the ard set by the U. S. Public Health Public Health Service for,water t4 be not exempt, and that they will 4 !,the heUish rim of war's red line,"

0 'Campbell-J. Y, Morrison. 0- card. If the answer does not come Service. Examinations of this kind used on carriers in interstate traffic ; 4 not be excused from military Some time: ago, initial' stepswere

4 Kenansville-R. V. Phillips. ,4 readily or properly, they must explain are made every six ,months. Follow The Federal service requires that the i. service merely because of their > taken toward organizing the work la
this several certificates six , 4. Lakosee-R. E. White. 0- itf again, and are directed' to be patient , ing samples of the city railways present every person
.. 4 .In the precincts outside of Kis- 4 o but to enter into no discussion.If water were .sent to Jacksonville and months qualifying the purity of water
/.o. simmee the registration offices 0- the person is sullen] or inclined to these are said to have been'a little be supplies so used. As stated above, recent low the standard. It was also found examinations showed that Kis- <0or his wife and children are dependent 0- Jarrell and S. L Lupfer were namedas
4' will be at the usual voting places. Ot falsify, evade or refuse tp answer! his .
4' 0Bproclamationofth.pread.nt attention will be called,to the law, that the water submitted.for, examination simmee water was .slightly below the on him-on his efforts 0 a committee on organization and

,", <0-00- OOOt O OtHI) which imposes a penalty of imprison. was drawn from spigots where specified standard. Consequently the :0- for support. If be hasa, competence 0 an application was sent to Washington ' 'j
ment for such conduct. water is infrequently drawn. This Atlantic Coast; Line ordered the water 0 or if his wife has an in- 4-

:., ,,J Then if he is stilt refractory, regisrarsaredirected.tocallwitness caused the visit of the State Healthauthorlt.les..to..Xiasimmee.who.alter I* come,"he is in exactly the same 0- Authorization Received ; )

( -o : ? .-Continued "n. Page. Three.)_ .._, I _position as a.-single man..-of his: _* An' authorization to secure members

,"the ,United States of America every I take the refractory person's name, I 0 Much trouble will be avoided 0 with a communication, urging I ,
make note of the witnesses to.the oc. "
fe Trials between the of 21
person, ages Kissimmee to members at
currence, and .after explaining the Proclamation by complying with the law; only secure fifty
and 30, inclusive, must register on disaster will come to those who 0- once. This, would entitle' them to the
penalty of the law and giving him full .
June: 5 between 7 and 9 I 0 undertake to beat it. 0 direction of 'the work in' Osceolsc:
a.,m., p. m., to reconsider !
opportunity report the] Makes June 5 Legal Holiday I '
a
0 4 county. A 'membership committee'was
for government service.: This' is in case to the county registration board,] I
OO immediately named including in
OOOOt toO OoOtttO. ,
I
: accordance with the provisions of the which will swear out a warrants; for hisarrest.
.4 STATE OF FLORIDA Let the people. ..atb.r'at the its personnel Miss-Anne' Bryan Carson
selective. draft law, recently enacted places where there laved ones mustreirlftter ST. CLOUD PEOPLE MAKINGARRANGEMENTS chairman Mrl.'A. A. Simpson,
Questions will be asked for you to EXECUTIVE OFFICE: putting aside all the pursuite ;
;-by congress and no one between the and avocations of -life that TO BOND Mrs. W. J. Fripp, Mrs. II. C. Stanford
answer in the order in which they ap- DT :THE OOVERN'OH PRO. this day may b" used. as a Treat "
FOR ( GOOD ROADS
; age of 21 and 30( years is exempt This below. These questions 'are set I CLAMATIOI, sacred holiday of sacrifice, and ofreverence $275,000 Mrs. J, W. Evans, Mrs S. H.
pear for the young: manhoodof Bullock, -Mrs. W J. S.. Carr,Mrs.:. S,
means white, black, all' nationalities, with detailed information to help you I ITndrr the direction of the pr..I.dent America answering the high Petitions are.being_circulated in St.
of the United States and the call of duty. .- B. Aultma'n, Miss Elizabeth Domgan/; ,
and all races. It makes no difference, answer them. secretary, of war Juw e C has b*..ndetlgnatrd I also call the attention of allmen Cloud, Narcoosee, Deer Park and other
as thexnay we to both white and black who arebetween Miss Lucy Witheropoon, Mrs.'P.'K.: : ',
Do not write mark otherwise are
if are' aick, lame blind, crippled, on, or sections in that neighborhood which
you have our great military ,enlistmentor the ages" of 11 and DO to Weaver Mrs. :M. E. Warlnjr!, Mrs.-W.
mutilate these instructions. Do not draft. register" on that date In acoordanoewith wil be filed with the county commissioners
rich, poor or what-not-you mus regJ Nearly all the states of the union the order of the president andI B. Makinson, Mrs. E. C. Bryan Mr*.
J: later,: And if you fail to register, you remove them., They should be care In obedience to the behest of the urge upon those In authority on at the June meeting, askingfor J. E. Lupfer, Mrs. W. J, Sears, Mr*. -
fully read so that will have president are setting' this day that day to make a list of those election for of '
you thepurpose
are liable to arrest and imprisonment, your apart a. a irreat gala day. Thill people who are not eltl.ens'of the United an constituting J,"Wade Tucker,- Mrs L. II, Ingram,
answer ready when you go before the will meet In the large cities, flutes; so that th... lists can be a new road district, to be
,as the law carries no.provision for aone mall town. and,cltlea to celebratethat Sled In the office of the adjutant Mr*. D. :n.: Wagner Mn. K. 1'. Wells,'
registrar. day and use It treneral.. This proclamation Is I.- known as District No..1, and authorizing '
: Failure to register automatical-: as a great na.' .. Mrs: W. B. Harris. Mr: .. .1,5.: Cadel,
All answers ''will be written on the tlonal holiday. At the came tint sued In accordance with the views said district to issue bonds in the
!y sentences you to jail. That Is a all the men who are subject to of those In authority over us and I Miss Marion Sargent, Mrs Nell Rogero. ''R
registration card mink. by the registrar draft that is 'those who the betveen urge' that It be carried out In the um of $276,000 for good roads. Some
blunt Way: of putting 'it, but it mean should the ages of II and 1<0.. will same spirit of obedience to the orders Miss Marion, Porter. Miss Mil ,
who
I Just that. 'be careful to spell all register. for, the purpose of select of the president and pray that time ago a bond issue for the sum of dred Turville, Misses Mildred and
names correctly and to write legibly. conscription for active. service the Ood of the nation will soon $150.000 voted but it was decided
: WM .
Those. Who Mu.tlRf'ciater'f against a foreign foe send peace to smile upon our country 'Ethel Lee, Mrs.,Howard Kata;---Mr*.
)1. Name in full. Ace in )"ea'nThis 1. therefore, call uponr all the again.In that said amnont would be insufficientto
Some uncertainty atilt'--remains ra- ? all people In the state of Florida 'to, testimony whereof I have : B. M. Hall, Mrs.,Gay Livingston, Miss
means your name spelledout . th.,work deemed
join In this celebration In commemoration hereunto set my'hand. and causedthe carryout necessary.
and Mr .
Katz
:' ardin; who must register, and who t* in full. of a day that will become -' great seal of the State of FlorIda .. Pummer| M.
sacred In American history to beamed at Tallahassee, i Whirlwind Started
-exempted fromregil'tration'' for conscription. State your age today in years only. when the.flower of American manhood the capital this the 'I4th day of Campaign

[ 4 < Disregard additional,months or day: ) country's will altar offer I"Itself defense upon- of. the our )faD.A 117.a J. 'C TTs.. Governor Attorney W. B.'Crawford, who ha This delegation-tot. eameat'worker*
+'All male, regardless of race, color, /' sacred rights of humanity, and for ,iBy the dorernorAttestlIi. I ) been: at Tallahassee for com time -

.Male or infirmities' ,,who'are between, (Continued On Page ':\Two.:) that the Is honor. the conscience and clory-of of the a world.nation .Sucretarjr CLAY CRAWFORD of State. ?. has returned home: (Continued On Pace :Eight), jALSO
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.s.. TWO" THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE, FRIDAY JUNE. I, 1917

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\', HIGHWAY ASSOCIATION 0 a OUUH APPRECIATED O." HOUHHU"! ;4 I. : !' i UI "ar. r I



';' 'IS TO BE ENTERTAINED 4* Times-Union: Presenting' a <* I.I'I' _

splendid view of the residence' of ,< 1

HERE JUNE 13 AND 14 C- the lion. N, C. Bryan, on Emmett < I (!J .

> street, Kissimmee' the Valley I! I '

Cockroaches Are Filthy Gaz tte is adding to the! fame of" yyj JI
.
;* Florida wherever -that excellent < I ,
The Central Florida Highway Asso ulii I \
KILL THEM by >. > .newspaper goes. Homes such as *
: elation! will hold its semi-annual convention Stearns Electric Paste > shown indicate intelligence well4 j //j
in Klssimmea June 13 and, 14,, ,
Full Ulractloni In U tannage 4 to-do, energetic and enterprising 4* jI
for which a tentative program hast Bold .verrwiier.. site and SUM. <;. peopMe and the attention they nt- < I ,

t been arranged and submitted to I'roal- U. S.Oov'.... .....ours lt. 4 tract is such as to prove of Val uc! .> S Artistic Walls and Ceilings
dent T. Ed Bryan at Tampa. It is ex- ---- -- *
to
town county and state. <,
j pected that the sessions; will be largely! REGISTRATION DAY TO .
4 4a4t' ti1n n ntiAlrt YO U will enjoy,: the pleasure! of artistic and sanitary sur-
!! attended by delegates from various <-: 4a4N; x
UK: A LEGAL HOLIDAY : var4alp ?440aa4 when our walls and
f'' t, sections of.the southern and centra l roundings decorate with
ceilings
portion of the state, numbering about .
ctiizen or merchant within the United
125 to ,150. This will be one of the (Continued from'PageOnej)> States. .

most important meetings of the organization Be" sure to /say 19,'or ;25! not Id) yrs., 8. By) .whom, empoleyd? Where! I] b pee Gee 'Fl

since It was started somyears : ,
3 ,moe., or ,the like. I employed ? "'

t The ago.Board, of Trade, took the 'matter 2. Home Address! If you' are vorking for aaIndivid, FREE The Modern, Durable, Sanitary, Flat-Oil' 'Finish

uul, firm, corporation"t> association
t up at its last meeting, and it was decided This mean,! the }111\l"\\! where' you state its name. If in business, trade,, 4' pngeillrlstrated" It sets a new standard for Interi It cornea In 24 soft deep velvety 1
to entertain the visitors in have your permanent home, ,not the book 76eMod- or'decoratingandhastaken the colors which cull be combined
of the features to profession, or employment for yourself em/J4hodofbee. place of old-fashioned and unsanitary I into most artistic effects It Is
splendid shape, one place iwhcre work. Be' preparedto ' '
you Wallicontains
,
orating '
state If
so you are an officer oi wall paper and other very economical and if soiled
:: be a banquet, or: dinner, prominent the address in 'this'' the suggestions be cleaned.
give; way; 232 slats or federal government, say antiquated material can easily ,
for the artistic
speakers wilbe\ arranged for, and the .
Main Street: ,Chicago, Cook county, whether your office is under ''the decoration of
)l''' full will be given out withina Let Us Help You 'with Plans and Advice
program : United, States,, the. state, 'the county null*' and ceiling - - .
and / :
Illinois'' ; that Is, give' number i
I' a. few days The meetings will prob.. and color plate Write Louisville, K ..,
or a municipality.. In answer to'the room* nnlpned withu, to Decorsting Department Peislee-Giulbert Co., Incorporated regarding
J, ably be held at the Graystone Casino., name of'street first':/ ,.then, town/then,( \ question as to hlther'yo are' employed A.k Tee tin Ore for thin MalkonU.l.ork your wells. and' ceilings.; Expert decorators will ,gladly assist yew tree ,of charge.

county and state, ,. give the town, county and or write to PK CO.ASI.EECAULBERT Inc..- OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY Kissimmee Fla.

3. Date' of I Wrth., state where you work. LauUvillo,, Kealurkr. ,
COIL LEWIS O'BRYAN TO r
Write your birthday month, day; ,,9. Have you a father, mother,

nnd year, on a piece *f paper before' child. under .12., or a sister or brother

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1 f' ACCOMPANY GOVERNORTOCONFEDrREUNION going to the registrar and give (he under 12: solely dependent upon you'or ---- --- - -- ----;,:-- -- - ', -- - --- ---

support (specify which) ? an armory, arsenal, or navy, yard' of +
;
'
papa. to. him the first(; thing. Kxample..... ; 4p>ksidariyvurt aswersthoaghtftltlrIf -the.United' -Stetelr et-- ':'afrnal'Inor = 'ny. d : :
., ... 'f,': I '' x lasr a lb.W. .."" = ; Ify-oTTerS TH 'S"ME'vnwJJ : YOU
I t t, -- ; August), jJ4.: . . [ ,i it JI'!! true that, there .-another ? employ ))n the seasgrvice of-any S :1
,
:: .. '
itf ''' t', -' + 'If..' yotf':do.7lot"( ; erPim1i>t" the year, mouth hAn your own which you alone citizen or merchant within the Uhited

start to answer as you would if someone have' a duty to feed, do not let your States so state. If you are a felon FOR MEMBERSHIPMapkva.Vhr
Lewis who APPLICATION
City Attorney O'Bryan,
military ardor interfere with the wish orotherwise morally deficient and desire -
is a colonel on the miltary staff of ,asked you your birthday, as August ,
of the ,nation! to reduce warts miseryto to claim exemption on that
Governor Catts, leaves in a few daysto 5th. Then On birthday, ;: :
say: my AMERICAN J. RED CROSS
a minimum. On the other hand, unless ground, state your ground briefly. If
attend the Confederate reunion, this year I will be or .vas) . ,,- AMEH'CAS"
the have in mind claim
person you is you phpsical disability, stateha't
'. which will be held in Washington, D. years old. The registrar will then *rill \ RED cnoss l HEADQUARTERS WASHINGTON, D. C.
solely dependent on you do not hide : ; briefly. If you claim exemptionon
: C., within'a short time. in the year of birth. Mpn/ people do ,
behind petticoats br children. any, other ground, state your .
Monday'morning Colonel O'Bryan not carry in mfnd the year they were 10. Married or single (which) ? ground briefly.WONDERFUL. I Date---------------------------
.received a wire from the chief executive born. This may be obtained by the .
Race (specify which) ? I hereby apply for membership in the class checked below
containing an order for the Military '- registrar "by subtracting the age in This does not ask whether you w-ere STUFF! and
staff to join the at on this year's birthday from LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS!
.Jacksonville, when the Florida governor delegation years 1917. once married, but whether you are enclose the sum of_---___________-- ._ _Dollars ($_-__hU) therefor.
married now. In answer tothe question -
,_ will leave for the nation's capital 4: Are you ((1)) a natural-botn citizen to state Apply a Few Drops Then Lift Cornsor Ilea.. rherk HN.. drnlrrd .ad IK sere to v.rlte eome .IIly.

This state will be ably represented ; ((2)) a naturalized citizen; ((3)) an Caucasian as your Mongolian race, Negro Malayan briefly Calluses, .Off Pain With FingersNo f > Ammmml Member __._____. _..! ?,.
y and in the big processions and alien; ((4)) 01' have you declared your .< >*RalMicrfblaK Member '

,\ other incidents of the reunion this intention to become a citizen (specify or Indian. No humbugl! Any 'corn whether ...... .:n..u.... 2 !Men; .__._______u_....__________
hard soft between the will
,
11. What military service have you or toes, ( )**..'.l.l.. Member. .
: year: Florida will take a most import.' which) } had Rank Branch Years? Na- loosen right up and lift otlt, without a ...... __--___--_--__-- R Itll.. 10
r ant partLEMONS ((1))). If you were born in the United tion State? particle of pain or soreness. ( )>LI(. Member 1 pmf rmt.az Slum Addre.------- !
or : -------
States Alaska and This 'drug is called freezone and I Ia Is ( ).PMr.. Member. 1 ,
including Hawaii -
rrIsWil
,
WHITEN ANDBEAUTIFY No matter what country you served compound of ether discovered by a V IW ( ,lly and "'.'.---....----... J,
P natural-born --- -M---------- '
are .
a
you citizen no you must give complete information.In Cincinnati man. -

THE SKINfake' matter what may have been the citizenship answering these questions, first Ask at any drug store for a small .IMPORTANT! Memberships' in Not every one can enlist. Not every '

) this beauty lotion cheaply for or nationality of your par- name your rank using one of.the following bottle trifte of,-but freezone is sufficient, which will to rid cost one's buta classes starred (*) above include annual one can nurse the sick ahd wounded {
ents. If
born in Porto Rico '
you were words Commissioned subscriptions to American Red
J your face, neck arms and hand.I" : officer .feet or every corn or callus. as Red Cross nurses But :1
you are a citizen of the United States, I I non-commissioned! Put few Cross Magazine handsomely illustrated everyone
I officer private. a drops directly upon any I
c At the cost of a mall jar of ordin unless you were born of alien parent Next state branch in which you served tender. Afthlncr rnrn nr prllufl. Instantly monthly. San, serve his or her country ,by joining if

cold age. If you were born abroad, you are the soreness disappears and shortly the Red Cross society This nn
ary, cream: one .cair prepare a full in one of the following words; Infkn- That
till a citizen of the 'United States.ifyour' the corn or callus will loosen and cane I Kissimmee may have the direction
quarter pint of the most wonderful try Cavalry Artillery, Medical Signal > lifted off with the fingers. I, tails no obligation. Half the amount *l
of the Red Cross .
father work in
'lemon akin'softener, and complexion was a citizen of the I Aviation, Supply Marine, Navy, This drug (reeconc doosr.'t eat out ceola Os- will remain with the local chapter,
beautifier by squeezing the juice oft United States at the time you were Next, state the number of years'Isarvice the corns or calluses, but shrivels I I county fifty Red Cross memo !,
born) bers must be obtained. Five which may be used to purchase material
4 unless have without hundredis
two fresh lemons into a bottle' containing you expatricated not counting time spent in the re there even irritating the surrounding ,
'
'ourself. skin. the goal. Every man, woman land from which the local organization ;
three ounces of orchard white. serve. Finally name the nation or Just think! No paint at all; no child in Kissimmee is invited '1.
You to' become
(2))) area naturalized citizen will make hospital
be
', Care should be taken to strain the state you served. ,If you served under soreness or smarting when applying it supplies to used
I juice through a,fine cloth so-no lemon' if you .)lave,completed. your::natur li. the United ', States, name. your or afterwards. If your druggist don'thave a charter' member'of the organization. for the beneflt'of tl e men who ** out ,{

p pulp gets in,'then this lotion: will keep setionthate! : ; !If you have5taken'final! !! 1 ee rvlce.fY irT'one' of; ,the.following terms: freezone have him order i for ., Cut' ? outu, the ;;('aboyej I :? applica 1{ to do battle for ft those who'remain at

'fresh for menthe; Every woman knows' papa! >e But you N n ot a eltlzen !tfyouhave rhat lon'al!lj.Guard{(bfj-such_ ;and. such: a you. I tion at o"'tp."flJUtJn"andjnailJt"-!*amountfndicated! >ith home One-half of the amount .

that'le nOn: juice Is' usedto' : _ble; ,h:and onlyvdeclared [ ur'lntentionto"tbecome state). rnilitiaTof( .such"and;: such'a a check'forthe, ,"and wp* gyp"ypwyiii.iH'"fifmCBtH! iyfjV" goes
remove such blemishes as freckles sai- a citizen!(thatvisTif'If! you state), Volunteers of United States( mail to Miss Anne Bryan Carson, or to the National Society of th Red

lowness and tan and Is the ideal skin have! only taken out,first papers); inthe or Regular Army (Navy) of the to !Mrs. William L. Dunne, chairmanof Cross to be used in the general work ::1:1'r

softener whitener and beautifier. latter case you are only a declar- United States. ARDEN the organization committee I Hof the organization

,;, .'A Just try it! 'Get t-hree ounces of ant.You 12. Do you claim exemption from YOUR -... -------. _____ r"

F o orchard'white at any drug store and are also a naturalized citizen if, draft Specify grounds. SUPPLY YOU 'ot I

two lemons from the grocer and make although foreign born, your father or Because you claim exemption from DR. DeWITT T. LIGHTSEY .;

.. up a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant surviving parent became fully naturalized draft it by no means follows that you I 1t4 id 7dr dJA \

lemon lotion and massage it daily while you were under 21 yean .' are exempt. For the information of OSTEOPATHCorner
into the face necks : of age, and if you"came to the United
arms and hands. the War Department you should makea / y I. I
; It is marvelous to.smothen rough, red States under 21. claim now if you intend to prosecute Drug Store f\';
liands. ((3)). You are a declarant if, although it. Some persons will be exempted on Mondays and Fridays I )
:::1 citizen 7 rFGARDEH'and '
a of of
subject some : account of their occupations; that they
-. TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONNotice foreign country;you have declared on have relatives dependent upon them '.04-',
I Is. hereby given that the oath before a naturalization officer for Your ..oHHOCH-H- _OOO : \
support. answer touching Fi tSEED \1
Florida Uniform Examination for I your intention to become a citizen of these things will be important in sup I TAM PASS BEST

County Certificates will be held at the the United States. Receipt from the porting the claim you now Intend to I .

. Courthouse at Kissimmee Fla., beginning clerk of the court of the certified copy'of make in your answer to the present I i

4 at 8:30 a. m., June 12. Those such declarant is often called .tak- questions. Be sure, therefore, that the ESPECIALLY ADAPTED View

(i desiring to take the examination ing out first papers. You are not a grounds you now state are in conform L FOR YOUR STATE. Bay HotelThe.Hotel ,',

,are urged to be promptly.on time as declarant if your first paper was taken ity with your answers to questions 7

any delay may exclude them from tak- out after September 26? 1906, and is and 8. In stating grounds you claimas --FREE- For Our Home People t"

jng-part in the same. Bring pen, ink. more than seven years old.
exempting you, use one of the following OUR INSTRUCTIVE CATAL'OO ,
1 cap paper. a fee.of one dollar and a ((4)). You are an alien if you do terms: If you claim to be an ;r. AND WEEKLY PRICEUST Fireproof Construction-Efficient Service-Modern Equipment I''

certificate of good moral character not fall within one of the three executive! legislative, or judicial officer SEND FOR THEM TODAY -Moderate Rates. rwC !
signed by two per ons. A blank form classes above mentioned.
r,4)4 of the state or nation name your '
, will be sent to all those who file applications 6. :Where were you born ? office and say whether\ it Is an office EAJ1ARTINSEEDOO.JACKSONVILLE.FLA. H. JEWETT, Mgr. '

with. the. county superintendent First name'tho'' town, then the State of the state or nation. If you claim to itS 'O' O 000400000'O'4tOCCOt OO 0004.000 Ot ..ooooo

r. . C. E. YOWELL then the country as: Columbus, Ohio; be i a member of a religious-sect whosecr - -- _
' 223tCoautySuperintendent.." Vienna, Austria;-Paris.France- ;Sotto; cd forbids its 'members to partici- ---- -

Bulgaria Drive Out Malaria, BuII4s Up System
pate in war in any torn, simply name
0. 6. If not a citizen, of what countryare ?b.Old lltatod..s ttan*> trcagtbcnlns tonic,
the sect. If you are employed in the OKOVB'B TASTBL8S8 chill TONIC,drive out /
TheStar you a citizen, or subject.? transmission of the United States Ma1arlaeaticbee Uw bloc,..od baildi c.p tb.ir* armour
This; need be. answered only by ...... Atrue 101IJc. For ndulu and clilldrin. SOc:
of mails or as an artificer workman in.OOOOOOOOOO
k aliens and declarants. Rememberthat !
''t HumanBrotherhood I t I 1 Standardized
a declarant is not yet a citizen of Fertilizers
burns clear with the OOOOOOOO OOO' ,
I the United States:' If an alien or de O 4 The LAn aT DANCE we MAY HOT tx ,
promise of a better time. The BUT We ARE ,NIMBLE ON OUR FCCT.
hearts and mind of men are clarant, state the name of your country 4 -MAYOR'S. PROCLAMATION\ < RND we ARC HAFPV SCRVINft VOtk This is no time for
as France Japan, China, etc : THE VERY cHOicesrcuw OPHEA.T: ? experimenting; get standardized -
.
aglow with the dawn of a Armour
7. What is your present trade, occupation -: Asking That Tuesday, June 5, Be 6fr Fertilizers of proved crop- i
,t. better understanding; M making ability. We offer our complete line of
Considered
or office? a Legal Holiday *
; of a glorified long.lasting, soil-building fertilizers t
scientifi.
,
\ This does not ask you what you once 4 <0- 4J stir tally) made from well
today of'a greater known
; standard
Pursuant to the mater.
\: did, nor what you have done most of proclamation ials with
;. tomorrow;' of a. saner the time nor what best fittedto ,of the President of the United+ but little change. Note especially
:you are our excellent formulas
spiritual life; of a squarer 4 States and the of 4 for, Citrus trees Corn
> do. IT ASKS WHAT YOUR JOB Governor FlorIda I tiY and Sweet Potatoes.
commercial life. The Golden Get yours early--but
IS RIGHT NOW. State < incident to' the observance 4 naar ,
;Rule.' \4s coming slowly but surely into Farmer Miner Student, Laborer briefly, (on as 4 of Registration Day June 5, as a 0- OUR read our free catalog booklet carefully,first. ,* ;.

its own. farm in rolling mill in automobile, 4 legal holiday, the Mayor of KUsimfnee 0- GREATEST HAPPINESSis WATERS & CARSON ,;
GROCERY CO.
M: A. wagon or other factory), Machinist in 4 urges that all business > derived from serving our 'satis.- ;

''B'\ automobile factory, etc. If you hold an ,4 in the city -of Kissimmee be suspended 4 fled patrons with the bea't meats .' Agents Kissimmee Fla
office under 4 between the hours of ," >
<0WII. state or federal govern- ever. carved. ,That'.dinner you are
\ ment, name the' office hold. If 4 8:80... m. and 12 m., on that day, '
you planning will be a happy affair if
... '_ You INOed Oeoeral Tale you are in one of.the following offices 4 and that all citizens actively par-. you purchase the meat constituents Armour Fertilizer:Works
Talc drove's 4 ticipate in such observances 0-
o remployments) use' one of the names as here '
,Tbe Old Standard Grove' Tastelesschill hereafter: mentioned: Customhouse 4 may be arranged for the day. 4 Jacksonville Fro
Tonic 1* equally valuable aa a ,
General' Tonic because it contain* the clerk, employed (In the transmission of J. S..CADEL.; ---- J

-.en k- tonic properties QOININB the mails, or employed in an armory, 0, Mayor.. '. _
and IRON. It act8C111 the Lhu Drives arsenal 4 : <0OOOOO City 'Market
or navy :yard mariner actually .
-
r oat Malaria. R ricbe* the Blood: tin and s' employed the s.a 'service of OOO.O.OOO.OO.OO.OOO., Get Your J Job Printing .from the
BoJJd up ?!>! W.-ole Bjratem.O | I i- 1 I , Valley Gazette tI i.r

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Wi .tto 0 OtOO 0 0'00 qloo Of 0 to 0 0TltOUGlt1'S , '' "
MOSQUITO "INVASION"IS Summer Colds Weaken 'f
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OF A HUNGRY< r..Js---6."fj \
*. MOSQUITO They are even more dangerous than winter I The Favorite Store of Ki*.immee \ :
a BEING PUT DOWN BY "'__ ,: colds,for they hang on so long that they become r'!
'!! =! chronic catarrh. Beat and dust -
4 aggravate
,I am a Florida-bred Mosquito -
them, cause the Infected surface to '
QUICK ACTION OF CITY + and pedigreed. : :-' spread,and fill the body with systemic cat ; v:

4. ,I am hungry 'too. Here I've. arrh, Neglect costs health and,energy. FURNITUREWE .e.

I-*. > been in this room for three < PERUNA EXPELS CATARRHIt ?

For the past few days this city has nights now, and the party occupying +
i l been in the throes of 'a "mosquito it goes and covers him, 4 does more it builds up the weakened system, regulates the dlrp*.
don removes the Inflammation,overcomes the poisons of catarrh,and invigorates -
army," which has caused much Incon- self up with apiece of netting. < all over. Forty-four'tlara of success proves its great value, of

venience to the people, breaking ,up 0 What's to be dme--I can't < which thousand gladly testify. I

many 'a quiet siesta in the Land of starve, now can I, simply be4> Accept the verdict of two generations yourself. Don't be swayed by HAVE IT !

Nod. Owing to; the fact that mosquitoes cause a gent is selfish.! prejudice, when your health is at stake. Tae Peruno and get well. 4

r'' ,are not as common \\n: this vicinity -\ 0. Let's see-there must; be' some Liquid or tablet form, whichever Is the more convenient. / ,

as is the case in other sections j 4. way. I know-I'll climb up under < TU P.rutM Cmnpanjr, Coluntroc,Ohio

of the state, there has been much 4 his sheet, step across and <
speculation as to where the pests come into the bed' before the net is In connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete

from, and causing the city officials to 4* tucked In. But how humiliating < < -- line of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting homes, and '

give immediate attention to the covering 0 for a pedigreed Mosquito to 'be 4 FUTURE OF KISSIMMEE handle reliable ",

'I ( of all cesspools and other ,places 0 compelled suffer this indig < ,

5 where Water might be found standing: nity, < -- Bed Room} Furniture, ;"
1 4> I would much rather do the <
attentionof 0 job open and above < It was decided by physicians that I to that right away. Continue diggingby Room Suits, Kitchen O \I" to i

last meeting of that body', and Mayor I ..> There's one boar int-he 0 had better try the benefits of a changeof the most available route to Falatka '
lor Suits Odd Chairs
f Cade), who 'was present-informed the: 4 brought home a bottle of some 4; climate, as. an alleviant in rheumatism and thence using the St. Johns River . \ 'I

body that steps had already been' queer-smelling lotion the other and that brought up the question to Jacksonville. Couches Etc. 1

taken to lessen the evil as much as: 0 evening.; It's- terrible stuff. I'* of where to go.., I will\ pass over ("But all that's state business," objects .' I ;

. possible. A systematic war on the can't see why irjen fool. with'* the claims of various localities, and someone:-As I asked a moment

'\ i "5keete was begun by the city gang,' .perfume.. I stepped into a drop < finally' the Inquiry'narrowed down to .ago "Gently") continue northwardly this store I it making a record for Itself' :J

,. and pie result, is that there has been of'it: and it made me deathly.sick..o- what point in Florida offered the most :by way of Seventeen Mile Creek toe .helping people to outfit borne Come and
:i some improvement in the "situation $ Well-so long for now-I want < advantages.' With no local' experienceto point in Telfair county'where the Oc- -. ,, ;

,1 I within the past day or two. ..0to slip out under the dooriand, run guide me,. I chose Kssimmee, andI mulgee River comes in from the north.' .
4 acres sto a stagnant pool in the 4* ask" the Valley Gazette to tell 'me The rivers, as a rule are not navigable,

nslghborhood, for a little while. < if I was wrong and if so, in what regard but by their presence'they insure the rijbLTOOLS" ::1
CITY WATER SUPPLY
O. K 0'I am thirsty for a"good drink' of << the possibilities of1 the future absence of material obstruction. This FOR Company&t
SAYS STATE JlE\LTil'OFFICER Malaria' or Typhoid.-Ex. .0 are based on. fallacies. First,( I may continued would follow the tine of the

I Co I' a promise I make no allowance for mere 1or th ,G orgia *ihMHwwii'MiM4" --- '
.nnn,t>guicaeli4ger. ki 'ttrvah' v | 'Lrr t
,ou.. 00000000.... 0.. 0 0 GO GO U 0.. *&>**! I' : No matter what kind of an you ,
mrM..;.,.a_e,< ..._((Contfntled'lrurrt"T'ig'E' ''OW rv.- apathy and Indifference. Such people 1 and by'survey, .into a final junction '
'
are in every town. Like during the junction with the Tennesee! River. Railroad or Stationary' Engine-we hays
". '
discontinued its, use-i-temporarily VV 'T silver need in your'everyday' work-Wrench: ,
,' Bill sitting on a dry
; "" through its ,engineering{ department. craze This, presupposes the use ;of the .Upper '
only..
goods box, whittling, l lamented: the St. ,Johns and the Okeefenokee ,all of the best quality and workmanship, at
Therefore I consider it wise to visit
!! .
"The government standard is a ,
very hard times. "Why don't the, pass a Swamp for storage head. surprise you ,This store bat the reputation : :
Kissimmee in order to take
strict and rigid one, 'and one which to correct today conditions. In silver bill and then we'd all have What woul4 the use be of such a hardware that 1 iI' of superior quality and you i
vKissimmee water has always met in .steps my
?" "Why" retorted the dry take in coming here NOW and inspecting: ear
mind I hav doubt but that the money anal{ when finished? First and fore
own no '
the
every way. During past year the I
merchant. "You.don't look fergov'ment ,
goods
most, it would insure the use of a mos
water is satisfactory and that
city sam
supply has, been certified twice, '
with silver
to send out a wagon quito fleet of national vessels to move '
each time analysis being excellent. pies taken from the :well direct Will
an' drap the tail gate? You inland from the gulf to point in
any ,
show However in
Therefore I satisfactorily. order
was quite surprised to
note the recent results on eight sam to insure against any danger' .I wouldn't" git none. You hev nothin' to the Mississippi basin, and in time of Osceola Hardware rf rfqC
sell. So the argument is not new. peace or war. As a purely peace
have installed sterilizing
pies submitted during the past ten an emergency )
Kisslmmes is the head of naviga- measure the water haulage from St. .
the This device ,
days. Because, the' supply does not apparatus on pump. .
meet the requirements upon analysis applies a sterilizing agent to thel tion. A chain of lakes were opened Louis to Florida points would have

is insufficient to condemn and cause water in minute amounts sufficient to l.y. navigation of a limited characterby commercial features worth consideration -. ,
in s4fficiet canalisation.! There :Is no time togo and as to the value of ocean and- ' -
eliminate and not
undue alarm. The place from which danger yet The' Quinine That Does Not Affect The Heal
samples were drawn, the care with amounts to do any harm to consumers into the past history of that The canal water borne freights <>n lime*and 11<<...... of Ill tonic end 1..11., < .effect, LAZA- ,J. W.. THOMPSON,
,present and effective realization of coal and similar heavy materials to TIVH BllOMO QOINI NR I. Uetterthao ryQtiintna
This'
either to smell.
which they ware collected, the time interim taste or and doe. sot cues nenrouanes. nor
sterilizer will be kept connected to the 'what 'we have is,what I'm after. The the state of Florida which has the ef. ringing tahe.<2. Rqmember the fall name ami.
between collection and examination not .
fur the icnature of K. W. OKOVH-.
are all factors bearing on the pump for a week or ten days, and then. state, I am informed, has the matterof fectual drainage and opening to settlement Funeral DirectorAND
removed. the drainage of the Everglades in of the Everglades on its
results. Yesterday four more samples
"The Kissimmce water supply will politics. That ends it.. The state has hands, it would be easy to show whereit "1.000'acres' of Sweet Potatoes.for
were sent to the Laboratory:; for "
f' .' analysis. \be; within two week., again used by no business to attempt national projects comes in. .1 Kissimmee."

"The State Board of Health must the Atlantic Coast Line, and the present --no experience-no money. It I The United States has the machinery LICENSED EMBALMER;

v.. protect and control its water suppliers, rumors aband>ned. The State I should be and is, whether recognizedor bought and paid for and rusting J. TROVILLION.,Special Attention. 'M.to D. i '

--.' Boar Af _Health___un in ready -At- all n_, timed hot, a national need. near its completed task. We want it. CANCER, GOITRE, TUMORS and Store' and Chapel, Stewart n.Jtlaatmm. .
to assist you." And the project is this: Clean the At least I think we do and thaf whatI DISEASES OF THB SKIN.
WHAT IS canals out, or rather parallel the rivers am writing to find out. Orlando Office--Boardman Building, ... FIB. ., '

URGE COMMON BUSINESS ,'deepen' them, where Iam WILLIAM .M, B9WRON. Stoll a. m. '
necessary. Winter Park Office>-2 to 4 and 6
'
1 t LAXFOSUXFOS told by practical steamboat men P. S.-It would make Kissimmeethe bo 8 p. m. 'sept 6mo pd
( SENSE AT THIS, TIME\: that, if I got,the ,level low enough to R.' R/ shipping,point and put;; 'a "I W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrell

k -. drain the Everglades; IN would not dozen wood working industries in CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW .

i IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA The Louisville Retail Merchants' leave a drop of water in Tohopekaligaof town, drain the Everglades, put 60,001 ,LEWIS. O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW

., A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE Association\ realizing that lopsided Cypress. The'day' will probablycome settlers in Florida in ten years and / Of lice.I 4 6. 6, and 1 Citizens .
economy was bad for the country as 'when it will be a debatable question , make local markets and a whole lot of Bank Building ;

, CATHARTIC AND LIVER TONIC a whole, passed the following! resolutions whether lake bottom is not good things beside In every county i itouched It Waring. Building.FORMRENT. Kissimmee 4 Florida
.
LAx
Fos is not Secret or Patent Medicine
I a ' I
: all true that I have "
; ( ; as as
P but is composed of the following worth more dry for agriculture than ,,
: old-fashioned roots and herbs: ''WhereaI, there Is a movement toward wet for pisciculture. But I that day has not room to tell you about them.6000'OOOOO' ', ' ; '. '
\ indiscriminate;:public econOmy :.' :, ,L .,,,,DL,WW. CARSONt
BARK
CASCARA Florida has
;. .. ... yet to, come. yet too \ '' -1 '. 1
' 'O O'OoO..O. '
'J ; DENTIST
2 BLUE FLAG ROOT. in'the interest"of patriotism!; and many acres of unimproved land. My )!
'' : RHUBARB ROOTs ."Whereas, such a movement, M. TILLER Rooms unfurnished end furnished. Office over Pulley Building
i' Ideal-and as an engineer, I am entitled Houses unfurnished and furnished.'
BLACK ROOT while emanating from good motives, to a little considerationwouldbe ( I. Also city properties, farms, citrus, Office Office'Phone Hours lit R..Idencs'Phoit.: 5-1.-. -I IOa ,
{ MAY APPLE ROOT is destructive rather than constructive to make the canal normal depth ten .Realrstate! Agency. trucking and grazing lands fer sale.'; ... Administered for Extraction .( a

: SENNA LEAVES in its effect,.and feet, width one hundred feet'at water ............ .................. Teeth '

AND PEPSIN "Whereas, this misguided policy of leveL Put in locks< to maintain, lake Realty bought and told. THE [ELITE[ REALTY PARLORMRS.

I\' In .:.Fos the CASCARA Is Improved by conservatism would not only hamper depth and retain the old tortuous rivers Houses rented. SUMMERS, Manager.: O. F. KRIBB& W. J. :i'fJC.a
-
I the addition making it of better these than digestive ordinary ingredients CAS- the operations of the nation, but make the canals straight and so Taxes paid and Title verified 207 Bass St., cor. Brack N. KissimmeeTwo I KRIBBS & STEED

. CABA,and thus the combination acts Dott' would throw out of employment hundreds save mileage in excavation and subsequentoperation. for non-residents. f blocks north of Christian church. ATTORNEYS AT LAW

6 only as a stimulating laxative and cathar of thousands of men and women ; The canal of stated Fire. Life and Accident In- Legal business of all klnde give
and liver tonic.
tic but also as digestive
and wreck useful industries that
employ width and depth being completed prompt attention.
Syrup laxatives are weak but LAZ-FOS ,,urance.
+ combines strength with palatable, aromatic them; and"Whereas where is the trade to warrant its'con Indemnity Bondi. Pat Johnston O. P. O ,rret> Offices 11 and 11 State Bank Bid*. "

.t taste and does not gripe or disturbS ; President Wilson1 has struction T Gently my friend, we come JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW Kissimmee, Florida. i:.
V the stomach. One bottle will prove said that 'The course of trade should ... .60.'OOO Ooooooooo.o .
LAX.FOS invaluable for Constipation, ,
,1 ,' Liver. Price SOc. be as unhampered as possible;" therefore Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Day' '1
Indigestion or Torpid oooo o oooooo OOOOOtOoO.t.o.oooo.oooooooooooOt.ooOo. Offices 10, 11 and 12 CItizen. Baal
, be It"Resolved .. Your drucrlit will refund Boner U AZO
; r!.04d 40000 ...O.OO.O..OO.. that the Retail Mlr.thants' \ Building.. I' OINTMENT Sllad.BI.II.Protra41.ItlU to eur..ure..ofItehlna..rile,Ia6tol4d re., .J
: KI..lmm. Fla. .rK .end Beet Me. "
I The pplicctioa gift ** "
Associatipn of Louisville go on FAVORITE FERTILIZERS "
record as fostering and encouraging a t
C.
W. GRIFFIN
: : safe and wise policy of public econ- C. A. CARSON.: Pres dent. N. C. BRYAN Secretary.

omy that will eliminate wastefulness, ARE THE BEST FOR ALL CROPS
; Staple and FancyGROCERIES that will tend to increase business, I i
The Waters &
SPECIAL FORMULAS FOR Carson
kelp labor employed, maintain the .
equilibrium of our industrial and CITRUS CROPS POTATOES BEANS PEAS I
commercial activities and speedily increase

:.. production so that the nation r CORN TOMATOESWrite Grocery Company'

: Free Delivery to all Parts may be kept going straight ahead asa
for our new price list on all brand Agricultural Chemical. :
successful economic machine.
of the City ,
Insecticide Material*. Etc. f I
.
,
J
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(',. SUMMER SCHOOL OF THE BEST MAINE SEED POTATOES 1'are Wholesale and Retail Dealer iii- .. ",

, { UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA arriving daily-get our price and get the beit GROCERIES ::
OPENS ON JUNE HTH
We sell the HAINES FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR for distributing

"' The attention of teachers and ad- in row or broadcasting. Excellent for all Fertilizer. Lime Ashes

vanced students Is hereby called to the and oft Phaophate.
excellent opportunity offered them by USE SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDEon
the summer school of the University .
\ 1'O R. of Florida which opens June 11th trial ;your citrus frees for sure result Manufactured by J. Schnarr 00 0 . 000000 . 0 00 .. 40 00 . . . .
continues for ten weeks. & Co.. Orlando, our subsidiary. .
The faculty is larger tban !usual, 0 WE SELL 0 O WE BUY: ...
I ( and is composed of some of the most fERTILIZEK ... !
THE INDEPENDENT COMPANY
4 0
RUBBER COPPER prominent educators' of the state. HAY ,.

.6 TIRES BRASS state In ,addition.. county and to courses special leading certificates to, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 0 GRAIN 0 0 HIDES ..

>>' TUBES LEAD college courses will be offered in the R 0 0 C.. FURS .,
.I SCRAP IRON following: Biological sciences, chem. FERTILIZERS ' .
ROPE istry education, history, mathematics 0 -' 0 WOOL .
"RAGS BONES modern languages and psychology.There SHINGLES. .
0 C
C .
will,, also be courses in com AND
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'K stieo IT TO Us ,WE RanT PIOnPnY.b. mercial' subjects, manual training .I. ORANGE BOXES. 0 .
music and oratory. R.. S. FLOYD ALL .
.. '. Write. For Price ist ,The. University out of, its special ) 'ORANGE WRAPS. .' ''.
.' funds, is arranging'additional lea J . COUNTRY'
:
\ N/ASUTARHET:4ua Dealer In P 4'
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', turers and a .special week's institutefor VEGETABLE CRATES .
-( esy C.M" JACa.0Ny111ZVLA: county superintendents.,and other. 0 0 PRODUCE., ,I.
school officials. 0 CRATE NAILS .
Groceries j Grain Feed
Tuition will be free. Board. and Hay, 'any -, ......
I room $4 to $8 a 'week.,' 0. . . ..00 4 0 .. .a. .. . . .. aWe
C. F.: THRASHER For full particulars address H. ,W. t Comer and Daldn Are. '
Broadway. sell field and cardea seed. of all land. M. ;
Cox dean of the Teachers' '
SHEEl METAL WORKER' Gainesville, ,. Florida., College. ", r f' j\ Wi give special) attention to fitting out bnatiaf aid camping.. ........., E

.MHl R"' Pmt.M tall. try:,Us& oa Your,Next Order For.feed: Free delivery in city,limit*. "Pease No. 12. T: ". '
v !c..r-t.." VuiGnf"cards: 'printed by'' the' Valley w. .W* are couaty.agents for good fermUzen.: .Ask u::f or circular aad price*

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THE DSSIMBtEE/ VALLEY G.UinE.! FRIDAY,, JUNE 1, 1917! '' '

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t THE KISSIMMEt GAZETTE MIGHTY PROBLEMS WHICH ALL. SHOULD .STUDY :ooot ooooooo.ooo.ooooo oooooo.ooo oooo.o.oo io.ooi '
N : : .VALLEY o A : Classified Advertisements
SOME EXCITEMENT SURE! > < PERKINS AND JONES APPOINTED *

"I .............Every ..rI..,.. Are you studying from every angle the many and > I? 000 AND CONFIRMED > YOU WILL FIND big cut price on

*>ra- I. .Valley Oaselte Balldla Ka..a..... Florida mighty problems which face'this nation and the world 7 0 St. Cloud Tribune 4 000' : Laces and Kmbrold.rle. F. H. LAW. '

'''IW. B. HARHIS sad Co 0. VANS AGNEW, Ow.ers. Do you grasp in its full significance: that to meetthewar 4 When Max Merits, the editor > 4 Telegrams were received, here dON (Ii/

-,1" Tele..'..* 11.eR. !that for two years had been waged upon us by G.3r.many" 4. of our esteemed cwi:: -mporary, > 4 yesterday from Tallahassee an; WANTED Ride K-Z Salesman Shock Absorber for the and Wlnge Auto- 'ah:1 l.
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4. the 4 < that Governor Catt > mobile Accesorle at once. General ;
Valley'Gazette owned Bouncing
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ruthlepa, murder. of American citizens we have up agent for the U. 8. Mfg Co., Box No. ".
1fc > that he preferred "tickling histypewriter" 4 sent the name of Judge Perkins > 204. Klsslmmee.. Fla. tt-lf .,
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MS forced't defend ourselves in contest which the
been a
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4 Jones for Judge
to tickling the earth > and Jos. H. FOR HALE OR TRADE Overland II&! : ,
life of this nation and human liberty will depend fer centuries 4 with a hoe, 1\.11 turned loose at4, < State' ttorney of the Seventh > Touring Car In perfect I'condition' ;h '\ )
Also Ford Touring car Will salt ';;J{
.E' to come? asks the Maufacturers Record > storm of comment' that reached > Judicial Circuit, respectively cheap. A. B. I'prklng! Taft Fla '?,"

*Do you realize that this war will probably mean a far > from his domestic hearth to 4 < the Senate Thursday, and the ap- aa.lt. ';.',',

> farthest Florida. The only < polntments were confirmed. $ FOR SAI.K. -Household furniture for "
+ VrA greater struggle on our part than\ the combined struggleof way ..ale Mrs. H.: L). Geiger, 108 North ,U
> to square yourself Max, is to.* a 4 Vernon Ave. 11.lt F..<
o the North and !the South in the Civil War, armies 1 > publish a picture of that "type- .*> O OOO+OOOO. OoO..O W,''
YOU WIi.L" FIND big cut price '
SSPhy 1tE f which In number will exceed the combined armies of the fi? writer." Prove to a. waiting < J...".<',,' and Ulrla' Middy Illouso. on F. *.

pRE Northern and the Southern forces, ond.an.expenditure of r.> world !that you were Justin ,in < PRODUCE MARKETING DEPOT H, L.AW80N ....

u money by the side of which the cost ih !no'ney of .theCivilWar 4 your. preference. 1r NEEDED IN KISSIMMEE; BIG FOIl RA hoar-. -TW0 pigs. thoroughbred 10 weeks, olds Berkshire ('an.
!He. tI" CONVENIENCE TO EVERYONE also
erri furnish pedigree sevenlRlitt
i il > flaberrlptloa Ualrsl will s small ? 4444 li-rkshlrc. pigs H' week old. Tmiutret'

One Tear _______________._______......--*?.SS It'been burned into soul that of H. Ulckerson, KlHBlinniee. Flit. r
1 ODe One Copy Copy,, six 6lonthe -________.____.____________.._. 1.00 Has your very upon In several) cities throughout the ZIo..t 'r .
j On. Copy. Three Months-- .._._.--?.--__..--- .111 every man and woman in the nation rests a full measure KISSIMMEE MAN MAKES state local marketing"points'are being .
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FOR S.MJn--r.OO j 2-yonr-ol.l Seedling-
communication. except from our authorized cor- of responsibility and that in some capacity every one must BEST AVERAGE EXAM. established at some central point, OMpefrult Tree Prle. IGc each. C.

r..pondent.All must he will.signed/ not by be the returned writer unless' called' for bear his burden, or be a shirker or a slacker ,BEFORE OJTOMETRY BOARD which are proving a great Convenienceto II. Funk, KIsRlmmee, r"ln. tl-tt ,M' 'r

Rejected matter Some will offer their lives upon' the altar of civiliza- the produce grower, aswell,, as the AUTO KTCRVICM TO ORLANDO leave '
iBntered In the ro.t rnc. 'at Klslmmec. Florida, nation's !life. W E. Sanderson the well-known 'be our office at 7.45 n. m.. return at 5
tion and their public, and there seems! to no. reason p. m. Fare one wwv 80 cents; round "
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matter.)
!_ .- a.1 a.1ond.cla. Some,will have to bend every possible energy tn the jeweler, in charge of the Sanderson why"such a scheme should not,be trip. TB cent, Realty(except Co. Sunday 17-tt). IIJr.ok..r'I1nrl'lay

l e JUNE I, 117 production of ,foodstuffs and in the conservation of the +'Co., Inc., returned during the week worked out successfully in Kissimmeo. "
--.- 1 TWo NK".y| ("OTT.\OF.S sale .... ,
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: food supply. J,from Gainesville, where he appeared There has been some' talk' along this '. J. n ttllnvrt. owner' 17-6t

Talk Bonds! Some will have to work with i tensest energy in the{ before the State Association of Opfometry line, and It'would' he well for the } is. ,, ;
, IJW r.I.INOS for rent: Apply to'M..
I -a (production of iron and steel, and all the other products | _,for examination, making,- a simmee Growers' Association to take Tlllor. 'i

j 'e "Awake Thou,.That Sleepeth! !" I ,. which enter into the building of ships, the operation of splendid record, and )s now a full- the_matter under consideration, looking YOU WILL FINn blir rut price on i\!",

1 .railroads, the 'manufacture of munitions, and all other! fledged optometrist in every sense of to the early establishment of a sON Men's/I'aim Beach Suit F. II.: LAW* e'''

0 F1 Th day of all days- June 5th. '" things that help to maintain a country and 'to strengthenits the word. A large class presented* market of this kind, which certainly .

; soldiers on the battle line. themselves for examination, and hi would meet wth the approval everyone FOR house RENT'Ftve close In 14 per room week.furnished' E. K
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n ?, The agony! .Tallahassee t Is over! America has been called to a sacrifice which may' almost this Mr., Sanderson,, won a* distinction, and be of mutual benefit to, the Wells 104 Vafflfl, Insurance' Ave. Phone and Heal>U. Estate.7-tf

stagger humanity ,ere we have passed through the making the highest average of all before grower and the consumer alike.. .
J
S What has become of the bulkhead? ,. ordeal; but in sacrifice there will bl! found the opportunity . the Board, which is quite a compliment The proposition is to* select some 1'TO"ltRaLI''Pocket' nice ROAn Florida MOPS!Auto ONLY Road SSo

of service to God and man never vouchsafed'before to to the enterprising and popular I central] point in the business section O Map complete and newest edltlnn.. x
iishort tlme-jmlyvv-" sale.afrafrevnaEette miriil4)( ""
Save :everything and. waat nothing! I any other nation.. .. .._li', ...-,. ,.,, >,,,,, .m', -*> ,.ritiirrn., 11 ..Confiiifnirntlv-hci'.,lrmaw. of-the eltjrtnd ie"'- are '"eVcellenF office. lotf
'PZ .._..__......__........................; \ .,...III1.MAlIYOU "' : ? : "' in to I "
g .. ,_ t*' : i w. : humbly; ; deeply recognizing these facts, it behooves a position gve ths feature of the places of this kind here) where f err GENERAL FARMING In profitable In

B f a "eweet potato patriot; >. . ." every one of us to enter into this service with a spirit of busegg4iis.. personal attention.. men would all bring their vegetables, I bilities Florida.for To.live. know stock Florida's and. poultry possi ,'

Z self-sacrifice/ of consecration n to human liberty-to, the} chickens, eg'gj, etc., thereby establish.lng' -I, raising, dairying, fruit -.nd. truck .4 1,
growing read the Florida Farmer
lI -Horn* Sweet Home," for our lawmaker protection of American'women and children from the in. CHARTER-NOT: SUBMITTED '. a regular 'market; say, several Homeseeker.. six months' trial .

vader, to lifting high,the torch of human liberty that all TO LEGISLATURE. IT SEEMS: times a week,. or every day, for that free subscription. Address. 25 Florida rents, Farmer Sample: copy and :'


Liberty Loan-B-O-N-D-S--Good Roads!, the world may yet learn what civil and religious free. Having ben asked by several par, matter: To have regular hours when Fla.Homesteeker Box: 160, Jacksonville

IV dom and democracy in. the broadest sense mean for ties as to What disposition had been I the. wares. are to be placed on sale, 51.tr". '

Get ready for Conscription! Be a Patriot! human advancement. made of,the city charter matter, which and it would not be long before the YOU Men.WILL... Women's FIND.,Mar Hovs'cut, Olrla"nrloe and on

Lets/ not dwell in morbid. fear upon these problems. came tip some time ago, we have made public would appreciate a convenience Children's Nhoes! F. II. LAW ON. ,y

. Raise you own food crops, and trade at home. 'Rather let us individually and as a nation, appreciating some inquiries', and understand that which at this time does not exist, oa... P5I'rile K()H MA I.M lOe A RUN' ':

.cC I the call of duty, throw into business activities, into food I the committee apointed by the Boardof thereby establishing a marketing .I etc> -Apply flonil at for Valley wrapping Ossette.purposes IQtr ,,.j'i

( Kissimmee. production and conservation, into all the' things that City place at some central point easily ac ANTETI-.To take*.care of home for \'

.-<4 make for national l life, the utmost potentialities of the!,and an agreement was reached ,as to cessible to all citizens of the community parties leaving for summer months,

B-O-N-D-S spell Prosperity! Remember June 16. man and the woman and the material power: of this the changes that should be made In It will take some thought and In consideration, best of reference:of rent Kxcellencpeople Addresv .:,:

Heaven-blessed land. the original draf consideration on the part of all concerned "Kellable" care Oasette 18tf

How much of the Liberty'Loan have YOU bought? For some reason, however, the char I to get on to a systematic! work FOH 8AL.F!-Make me a rash offer' t'
,, 1 .. Lot 15. flock 1(12.( 81 Cloud. Someone
I "' specie of certain dipterous insect of the family Cul- ter was never sent to Representative ing basis, and there is no reason whya goingto frt a bargain. Q. W..

i 0( Remember, without the hoe war cannot, be won! icfdiA t. having a rather narrow abdomen, usually a long Bryan for passage through the legis- place of this kind should not be of Smith Box 32. Lakeland. K-tt ''f

oJ and slender but firm proboscis, and 'narrow wings ot lature, and the matter stands just as the same benefit to both the farmer Foil 8 A ..Elne house tent In good ,
, The Stan and Stripes now wave over the battlefields it did before the agitation came and the here in Kissimmee condition 101 Uasa street, at Mr.. "
T r fringe of scales on the margin, and commonly oh each side up. I consumer Cahoon' place. 24-It

'. 1 in France. of the wing vein-sometimes called "mosauito.'"' has been Mr. Roma Thomas, a member of as i Is the case in other cities, and Mn.-'fl\ KHAKI PANTS II SO value at

( C *. causing some "consternation"' in this vicinity: within the the council and president of the Boardof i therefore the suggestion s offered for (1 85; Work Shirt at 60c. F. II. LAW

T t Do you know that Uncle Sam is the greatest boss in past few days. The city authorities are perfecting plansto Trade, stated to a representativeof what it i Is worth.KISSIMMEE BON.

see the world? the Gazette that it was his under- BIG BARGAINS
c ; eject this unwelcome visitor from our midst in 'a most
standing that the council would sub- ICE & STORAGECO. Owner wanting money to build with. .
, Av determined manner. offer to sell a modern live-room and
; Be loyal to your country--do something to help win mit the charter to the voters of the HAVE MODERN SMOKE sleepingporch bungalow with UM- ,.1'
foot lot, renting, for 120 per'month. In
'Vil, ClM rtrunrlo! Many people are raising crops now who never handled city at an election to be held at an HOUSE IN FULL OPERATION ret-class neighborhood within one
block of Motel, Urayatone. for two-
i a hoe before, says an exchange. Men are diversifyingwho early date for ratification or rejection. '- thousand dOllar.. The opportunity" .,
ila
Governor Catts baa proclaimed June 6th-registration secure *o a bit of property '
formely suffered in cotton alone. Canning has been An interesting sight can be, witnessed 80 cheap doe not occur often In KI.-,-,

'.,' ,day-. legal' holiday.. discovterV' pot of gold at the end of'the. opportun: At the Churches by everyone visiting the large plant slmmee.- Address Box 411, City ... W.

i ity's rainbow. Nay, more-bank* are floating crops and of the Kiimniee Ice & Cold Storage FOR SALE-Two acre of land In KIsImmee. 7t
a ... for good roads For "
.c Some peopleonly reason opposing further particular. ad-
offering prizes for agricultural productions to which farmer Co., where the concern has in full operation dress Mrs R. R Orndnrffr120' North
bond U "jet. 'cause. ST JOHNS (EPISCOPAL) CHURCH Calvert St., Baltimore. Md.
were formerly abomination.. And the' practicewill an '''up-to-date smoke house, 24-lt: 'J)

endure. Trinity Sunday. which i Is being used by the farmers LOST-A red Jersey sow pig, about
1rS The "boys" are now returning home from those classic .. L. H. Kirkby minister in three month old. unmarked: frayed
charge. and others to have their meat smoked on the 2lrd Probably will be found
ltd day hills of Leon. The (not in 11 a. m.-Holy Communion and between Klsslmrnee and the Ea.t
following was given by a girl graduate ser and put up in proper chape. During Lake Two. dollar will be paid forrecovery. .
Kissimmee) describing the manner in which a Sir William mon. Subject, "The Threefold Resultof the'week the writer'chanced to pass Address this office. *.,,
Swat the fly| And don't forget to give the "akeeterf; butted boy'out of the yard "He hurled the the Vision of the Glory'.of God." '
.. 1.t! :\ \ goat a : the place, and an inspection showed.one .SITUATION WANTBD-Man with fam
Wt of your attention. I '\.1'',,,.4\J'. ;}," $1 1J \Jr\\Jt" ::..!i' previous end of his anatomy against the) boy's afterwards 7:30 p. m.-Evening Prayer and of the most'uptodate'plant. of J.Hy. H.in Mo.a.need .of,.. St.permanent Cloud. Fla.Job;, address..

,' with Tan earnestness and velocity''which," backed :by the sermon. "Recognition. of Friends in this kind to be found }In this section.I'
If YOU want good road get'outo-and'.hustle.for the YOU WILL, FIND big rut price on '
ponderosity of the goat's avordupois, imported a momentum Another. World. Ten hogs, cut up in the regulation White Good. F. H. LAWBON.
si i bonding election on June 16. that relaxed until he had landed terra 1I I
was not on shape, had just been through the

TMa firma beyond: the pale of the 'goat' jurisdiction." "smoke" and was a finished product, ORDER FOR PUBLICATION. 'i,i
t Some folk. are wondering how the moon will be able. ss' -
presenting a sight that was appetizing !. Clrevlt C....., State Flerlta. <\
W to get full on a quart amonth.Everybody '
I . On June 5th every: male person, 21 or over and less to say the least, and demonstrating ,,,I,
l ii E.. Paallsie .......1.. asplalaiaBtr
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must the ration beneath the belt 1 than 31 (except members of the National Guard), what can be done under the able v.. Alvin B. ....J..I.. D..f....... ":(
help
: ... put whether white or black, sick' or well, crippled! or not, according management of W. H. Jones, who j
+ 'ti of the coldier on the firing line. Seventh Jmtlrlmt rimlt, Ooeeols C.- .
4 to the conscription law must register. The day has charge of the plant. The curing I-IN 'HANCRKIt \'. :

.. i' has been set aside as a legal holiday. of meat in the middle of the heated .
I'f Bond or Bondage-Do you prefer Liberty Bonds or CRUDE appearing by afndavlt appended to
4ep't f KKROKINH AND OIL term has ben a problem in some the bill filed In the above-stated cause

+ German Bondage Take your choice! The gold pen, with which Governor Catts signed the No RNUINB8 batteries.-Kun, magneto on oil or of l-nltor.any kind.A places, which has been solved! by this that therein Alvin named II. Benjamin I* a non-resident the defendant of the ....

bill giving the Seminoles of Florida 100,000 acres'of land 4 h. p. engine will run a full load company. The public i la cordially invited state of Florida, and I I. a resident
Swat the fly, the "skeeter," the knocker, the. slacker for 10 hour at cost.of to day. Garden City state of Kansk, and that
l: : for a reservation, has been presented to Mrs. Minnie Rlsea 2. 4. 5. 10, 10. 76 h. p. Bead to the plant, where courteous he I. over the age; of twenty-one
year;
the quicker we get rid of 'em, the better. Moore Willson in of her of hard for price Pump Mill Supplies. BnKlnes It I I. therefore ordered that said nonresident -
recognition will be
ft ", many years ) ,, Boiler. Saw Mill atid Woodwork employes always ready to show defendant be and he I.I hereby-
work on behalf of the Indians. nili' Machinery. through this modem establish- I reqlred to appear to the bill -of
anyone com-
'b And in the meantime don't forget the fact that the MALSBY MACHINERY CO.N.le nalnt) filed In said cause on or before

R home merchant appreciates your trade ID.7 ... JaeautMTUIe. Flaw ment. .1 Monday, the Ind day of 1'.aRd: HIT.
t The Seminoles of Florida have tendered their services Otherwise the allegations -: Kilt
2!I will be lakenunc ie.
-- -- d by said de
j.
to the government in the war with Germany, this being fendant.It .
bU -:. LOST-A voluminous, much-discussed and "cussed"document Jr. of Kissimmee the I Is further ordered that this' order-
r made by J. M. Willson, at, same be
sometime called a'City Charter.A published one a week for four consecutive -
.
!\ : : time offering his own, The tender was made to Governor week In the Klsslmmee Valley -

/u : Catty and has been forwarded to the secretary of Would buy 1000 each Cows threes Qaiette.and a newspaper state, published Itrsaid
"Post for Kissimmeewould hf'i t
Card DaVw prove a,good day of afar, 117

i advertising' scheme some' time during. the summer war. and up, and Steers Stags ,and Bulls. J..L.Clerk OVERSTRKKT Circuit Court.

month. (Circuit Court Seal)
The newspapers of Manatee county have formed a Z: BASS, ,
. County Press Association which has for ate purpose What ,can you deliver on cars, your car Complainant. !4.4tSHERIFF'S -
The band boy are back on the job after a vacationof T I,
"the of better service to the entire and
rendering county SALE!
several weeks. The public concerts are appreciated after'
shipping point
; the giving one dipping -
localities in which the newspapers are published. !. ... .. .. .
by the public. the ('I..st..c.. .. .... .11I.e ......-...& -
dtelal Dlatrle !. ..* for Oi......laiarasera
: Want 'for'shlpp ng to' Louisiana :
Tampa comes to the front-a cigar manufacturing ; OMBly.; Florida
Osceola will "rally round the -
't.i 't. county's young men
firm creating "big smoke" by $50,000 .. A .._..aeo
a subscribing N.Ca..1
flank.
June 6th! with the and! enthusiasm' befitting Give full first .
flag" on patriotism particulars f Psjeailxvtll,k S.*., a Peeking CJ.r-
to the Loan. Said be individual .
true American citizen. Liberty to one of the largest ...U... ..1..1.. .
subscriptions made in the south. vs.
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letter. .
r C. 'C. K.Ip cad Elmer E. K.a.
lice II........ O'f..C..
The visitors to Kissimmee incident to the Central
/
Smoke Get the band Remember '"; .
Boys
.: Florida Highway convention, June 13 and 14, will be en' up, on wagon FRED G. LOCK Notice I I. hereby given that under ''I
,
that good roads means as much to you as the other and by virtue of an alias execution: lasued ;
tertalned in a most royal manner.,. out of the Circuit Court of O.ce-
fellow. Don't be block in the
of
a stumbling way. progress Lake Charles La. ola County. State of Florida, In the
f \-vote for bonds! *hove entitled .cause on the 10th day
Did you ever know that Satan i is the Prince of Knocker of May. A. I>. 1117. upon a judgment

";1' +, Then be booster! who not satisfied rendered In said Court on the 8th day a
People
a are The our pretty "lassies" have taken hold of the I of '""'*. A. I>. l tn. in favor of the
way ,
t unless they can knock should take heed! nlalntlff and against the defendant In
shovel and the hoe should make some of the masculine 10 -L said cause, I have levied upon the folInwlnWd..erlb"d -

I agricultural elackers either. take to the woods,, or join the 0. .oooO..Otoooo.o..tooo..o.o. oo..oO..OOto.ttOto.GRAYSTO being tluate In the real City estate of Klsslramee eying and,.
We bet those watermelons which are passing in wag. fighter Osreola county Florida _
Lot Eight (8). Block Seven. (7).' In
onload sanctum sanctorum day are the
past our every the town
of
NE HOTELHERBERT Klsslmmee City Florida, a*
"bet ever." :They sure make yoW'mouth "water." shown. and described on the plat of tb.r- '
Music the band
by Orlando recently killed a mule in South Florida A It Co.'. survey of the

that city. Let' get the band over here and lead some t'own,.. Florida of KI.'mmee. City. O.c..o coun-
Plat on ale tn the office of
:: The headquarters of the Adjutant-General have been of our citizens! the concert, says the Daytona Journal. ,WiaiTENDAHL, Mgr.y r'e," .r r.lroult Court 01 Orange, *joun-

f I. moved from St. Augustine to .Tallahassee in order to expedite ' the ty. Florida defendant* as,the Cathrlne property d. of Kelp one dlVro of. '

t.' Increased business brought on by the war.Everywhere . The most inexcusable! of "Idle cresTs the fertile and .July...A.i .and i will on the 2nd day of e
L Do IU' the the i
"me being
tended acre that fail to contribute. I it*, share to the na ,. DAY .RATES first Monday an4 the Rule flay of said "'

'new tion' staple food supply at a time of national need. .month....tw..n'oger tho' legal for sale at public outcry.of .
read of choolhonse being .
t i. > ODe can ., WITH BATH, r$3.00: ... tho Coart Ho...door.In the In'Pont cltr of
hni1t and better accommodation planned for. the "kid- . KI..lmm.. o.o.ola. County. State of

1 /lea' nest t....... ,Time the patron of the schools of th.XI.dma. Up nth the ..hoveI WITHOUT :BATH, $2.5O estate and h.*..11 aforesaid ame to tbe mentioned blbe" real aDd

i .. district were giving some attention to proggt4A And-tko boo .n . .w beet bidder. f.r. oaeb. ..
thia Down with the P-O-T-A-T-O. L. R.' 1NGRt1; wY
1JIIe. Wake tip gbatld'ofO.eeota .
aloha '{ ,,; -. -,'" .'.... .'" ,-,. , .<#>fifJ." f,,- "" > County Florida.f u.n
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\- THE KISSIMHEE, VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY JUNE 1. 1917 FIVE'

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Little',Miss Mabel Simmon.of
cadia returned.;home,, Sunday M-j
vist with her cousin, Miss Irene '


'gram.Mr. Floyd Coryell Is hostess- :for rar YOUNG MAN =-

,the Royal Neighbors' this afternoon at .
| " BS= HMBS her home on Clyde avenue from .2:39,
'
(JI'ORMBRLT'DIXIID THttA/rKE) to 5:30.: '

IlitlsM' Program tiO B y. Ctaaodsi for Week IQ-Csstlmm; Commencing HUM "nrtsraucM Friday Itartln, June.t l taL JM O'clectPROGRAM Mr. Milton Pledger,' Mrs John What, Is Your PreferenceTOFARMORTOARM--:- .
Bronson and Mrs D. G. McKay are "
: entertaining with a talent tea this ,

TODAY afternoon at:'the M. E. bungalow.Don't ?

forget the Sunday school pic ,..
Recital and Special Feature "Little Lord .
Fount
leroy, benefit nic which is to be held at Hilliard's
r- Red Cross Society., Admission 25c. Island) on Thursday, June 7th. A ,
,f
good time is promised to all who at.

SATURDAY MONDAY tend. You are equally: : useful to your Country (.
,
Kathlyn Williams & Home Peters Lionel Barrymore in
II. W. Morrow and, Earl'
son, expectto '
iD une Highway of.Hope." -" "The Millionaire' Double." leave Monday for, Manistee, Mich., at, either, branch of the Service, and you will '

to spend the summer with his daughter

.'" Theda Bara in "Her ,Greatest TUESDAY I Billie Burke in "The 18th Chap,, been and their son-in-law.guest for' Mrs.some Morrow time. has' doubtless, shortly, be so informed by the. ;'

Lon," a Fox Super-Production. ter of Gloria' Romance." 'v "
T Capt. Howard Katz is'in receipt of a officials. ". '

WEDNESDAY THURSDAY ,u.. telegram from, the Adjutant General *,
Earle William in Pauline Frederick in stating that National Guardsmen recognized This Company' owns thousands of acres
A. Stirring Dramatization of ,"Her Better Self" I / ,by the Federalgovernment a

....."The.....- Hawk." --An Exceptional- Paramount.' will 'not b, required to'register.Will .' of fertile lands near Kissimmee. Y pu' need

CHILDREN, Sc. ADULTS, LOco J. Dale,',a former Kissimmeeboy
now 'living in Miami, has joinedthe make no payments the first two years---and: ,
MAKE THE GRAND A DAILY.. HABITINTERESTING marine corps and is stationed atKey n
',West. Ills many friends here possibly the third---for either principal or, ;.
j will be glad to learn of enlistment
e- ----- in the nation's defense. interest if you expend, say, one-hjdfjthe val- le

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mrl- OGA.b \ 1e.-'J1nJglt, rcrl.; Jl.IIM 0-,10: ;_. ( ) '
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. .; : -ITEMS school 1 picnic will be given on Thurs- 'ueoF .the prodiScts r. lsied'OorOtb, raised, in .

I ..... . .. . .............. Take' a'look'at those 1.00 Shirts in day, Jue Zth will, at Hillmrd's be' sold for Island.the. benej Refreshments inproving the lands, 'etc., and moreover, very ,

Weather ou rwindow.: Story's., fit of the-church at that place, E un "
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i .Report long and terms will be granted
easy you
1Mrs/J, W. Prentis returned from body ,is cordially invited attend and ,

, visit Orlando there Sunday after two' ,weeks''' bring well filled, baskets 'thereafter, to the end, that you may.. own the ,

Following are daily tempera- Miss Alblna Smith, county agent forthe
.tares and precipitation a* reported Jasper Summerlin, a prominent cat- Home Extension' Work' for' Oace- land you have cultivated, 'and at reasonable
by Government stationat tle man of in the ola county, stated that all,parties who
Bartow was city
on
I ,
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ing Kissimmee Thursday fo-May the r'%.week' end. business Monday. :. have found 'difficulty in procuring prices. You, thereby assist your 'Country

i Mix Mln. Kiln Mrs. S. G. Barber .visited her sister, cans for, can putting'up now buy them fruit at and,the vegetables Osce-- "1> in this crisis ,and establish.your' own independence '
I '
Friday .97 65 Mrs. John Waters' of Sanford on ola Hardware Company which has '
Saturday .. ..99 71 Thursday of last week. agreed to handle them at cost. As no and moreover, a, substantial per,

Monday Sunday*..?,.._..9B 95 72 70 C. *W. Griffin and party, who \motored be profit necessary will be that made all orders on these be accom it will- centage, of ,this' Company proceeds will :

.. .. '74 to Tallahassee last week, re-
I Tuesday .96 'by'cash. Cans No.. 2 will sell :
panied' .
.
be diverted
turned home to fund.
I Wednesday ...98 '68 Wedsenday. for five cents; No. S,for six cents. *. some patriotic war t f
Thursday ? ._.96 70 Jerry Sewell, 'formerly of Kissim- ,
When >. J. Griffin and ,family re- APPLY AT ONCE TO' .
.. . ....OO.ooo.. O..O. mee, but for the past several yearsa turned from DaYton. Beach; Sunday i .
resident of Miami, died at a hospitalin night about eleven'thirty', he left his q I
,
Boys' Overalls, all sizes. Story's. that city last Tuesday afternoon. car standing in front of the ,house instead -
Hunter Land ,
Fire Insurance.- A. E. Drought Mrs. P. K. Weaver left Saturday for of taking it to the garage. Monday Company
J Tallahassee to spend couple of morning ,disclosed the' fact that .
Rev, Kirkby was a visitor to Orlando weeks. She will'return with her father some one had "borrowed" the extra

" Wednesday. Honorable N.'C. Bryan. tire froth. the rear of his J. D. CLARKE,'Agent.. I KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA, '
leaving no clue to his Iden Overland ,
, Just received a. fresh shipment of Dr. W. B. Witherspoon left Thursday -I.I ing a number of unusually i.
candy. Story? for Maytown, Flsu, to conduct a
prints in the sand. 'J. J. may now be
,. ,
r I! revival He will hereto - I
meeting. return
1 Miss Jessie Padgett is spenrlnff. her observed ,paying careful attention to -
occupy: this pulpit on Sunday. the shoes the -
vacation in Bradentown. J( ... ... worn by passers,. by. I Sheriff L., H. Ingram gave some Interesting COUNCIL' SHOULD REGULATE applicant is twenty-one :years of age,, f
Mrs Clyde Barber of Whittier, arrived ., and those of'the
to''a JUNK BUSINESS IN ORDER'TO consequently disposing
representativeof
figures
Is
C. B. Godbolt, of Melbourne, vi-: CASH IS KING I DOWN GOES
in Kissimmee Friday a twoweeka"
on aforesaid and under
, ithig his nephew. M. M. Miller, this CREDIT! the Gazette this week relative to I STOP BIG' NUISANCE junk being .
visit Mrs. R. S. and
wljh Floyd : the age limit can be traced and, ar
I I week.. Other relatives in the city and vicin To My Friends aid Customers: the amount of crop that oould be produced MaViy compl.inta'ave- recently rested It would be well for the council

Mr. and Mrs. M. Tiller,. accompanied ity. On account of the high price of merchandise in this, section on a small tract been heard, ,from owners of automobiles I to get busy on this subject, andpass "
Miss Mamie Tiller, made bus! of land Mr.: Ingram has a threeacretract laws which will
by Mrs. E. R. Snodgrass and Mrs. and scarcity of money I am boats, etc.(,regarding pur- put a stop to the
ne> strp to Orlando Thursday. ", Amelia Edmonds, left -recently for compelled; to:sell for'>cash. I have adjoining the old ball parkon joining from their property of brass, unlawful practice now in vogue. + '
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..\MrsjfJ.TJ.ft1"'i4kifei, <'X(5j'-1( ';4?McCrannie f'f I'tlitJu, n&USiJbr\visited" 't"""'1 her<>"'! Minneapolis,"Min.:?; ,where?'they'';'a will some;;:cuetomere'thit'' ;it" will R. ,
R. tracts
,
hard to to but I l about the tie degree.
mother, Mrs. S. E. Boring, in Orlando, spend the'lummer.. ,They will visit say no am compelled of raised the streets by boy.,
friends and relatives in Chicago'whileen to adopt this system of business and crop cabbage was past some of whom are scarcely out of
home
Thursday; returning, Friday "
route. sell strictly for cash in the f utute'and winter, the receipts 'totaling $1,500. their teens, The nuisance getting to ,NOTICE
Nat Carson returned Wednesdayfrom hope my friends will continue to trade Irish potatoes x were then planted, be of,big proportions, and it is a hard A business meeting, will beheld'Frf.
Maryville, Tenn., where be has Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Aultraait, ac- with me. Will assure them that they, which yielded $1,334. A splendid field matter for the-officers to catch up day, 3:30: p. 'm., June':8, at Mrs. J. w'lr
been enrolled in the Maryville college. companied by Misees Rhea'Pherigo will get a dollar's worth for their dot-. of corn now waves its long blades to with the culprits engaged in the practice Earle Lupfer's home.' :All members
Lenore and Alva Fortner, motored to lar. Be sure to come and see how the breeze there and promises to produce ,'the latter disposing of their junk: are requested to be present. Offleera'
MiMes Mattie Stanford and Thelma Coronado Beach Thursday to spend much I can save you. I at least 150 bushels for little, of anything, and the practice for the ensuing year will be 'elected.
Osborne left Thursday for Coronado the ensuing two weeks at the Y. encampment Mail order house prices wilt be met And even that is not enough. Mr. In is.one which may lead some of the Reports covering the* year's activities
Beach wher they will spend the next I of the W. C. T. U. in gram states that he will have, the the later
everyway for the same quality of youths! to penitentiary! on. will be rendered by the officers whose
two '\II'eek..t the Encampment of goods. ground seeded to cowpeas and reap Some cities have ordinances txMhe ef- term will at this Plansv
expire meeting.
la lafoe'
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the W, C. T U. W. C. Bass, Jr., left Thursday for
six tons of cow hay
Very respectfully,_ pea fect that dealers in junk cannot obtain future work will be considered.:
Gainesville to'spend the week with his ,
before '
have F. H. fall planting time comes. licenses from the business unless the "*: ,
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Coryell sister Miss Helen Bass, who is a student 'J LAWSON, Secretary.

returned, from a two weeks' visit with i in the Stat College for Women ,
relatives and friends at Tampa and there. Miss Helen will accompany m"" ''''''' i -e .. ... 4 ,
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St. Petersburg. They made the trip '
him home at the close of the school

in Miss their Mary car. Brittian'left Tuesday for term.Mrs. : We"Didit" 'l 'L.Shoes '!'

Robt. Riedel suffered an unfortunate >
Shoes Shoes !
her home in Pittsburg, Pa. Miss Brit- accident Tuesday, when she

tian made a number" of friends whilein broke both bones of her right arm, I
Kissimmee, who look forward to .just above the wrist. Mrs. Riedel had With Our Little Submarine! .

her return next fall. claimbed upon a chair to reach an':artcile -
above her head and slipped falling Ploughed:>> ,(hro' the deep places of price fix-
,
W. 1. Paulk, the efficient assistant : .1 Spring and Summer: Footwear. .
postmaster, spent Monday at Wekiwa to the floor. ers, torpedoed the headquarters of food

Springs, accompanied by a party of A. W.'Smith, agent at the A.' C. L. monopoly and landed a cargo of the "Staffof We Have It!

friends. They made the trip per auto passenger depot, is taking his sumS Eife." _ ___ -- --r--- -,- ------.-- _
and report a most enjoyable_time mel'v.eatlonOperatorGrah.mji J r -- Shoes for member of the family.
every ,
Hon. S. S. Griffin of Orlando, one filling the vacancy during his absence, P, v'.i: x:. 0 'D" :Rand

of the prominent citizen. of that,place, and, N. J. Stevens, who has 'been the
"' ; : with our usual good will to the people .
spent a few days in Kisaimmee this efficient operator at Winter Park for Complete array of

week on business. He was given a the past few months, is taking- Mr.Graham's we offer. --June, 2-4-5 Three' Days: Men's Low t. Cut Summer Shoes; elegant.. ,
his friends place. ,
cordial
greeting by many 24 pound sack Flour $1.80
o and here.'I Pillsbury Footwear for Ladles, Misses and Children '
admire3p Mrs. C. L. Franklin and daughter, .
'12 Pillsbury Flour '.90
Lieut. Lee Jarrell, of'the law finn Miss Irene, Mrs. Holmes Prather and 24' Ballards Obli.k, ' 1.75 ; Great, Display of White Kid, andCanvas
, small son, William, and Sam Prather '
has returned
of & Jarell,
Crawford : "
12 +' Ballards .90 Shoes
-q Obluk; ;
left in the Franklin
Thursday
from a trip to Georgia, going to car1
... llinesvill on: important legal basinets' for Clinton, S. C., for a visit with relatives 24 " Ballards Self-Rising, . 1.75 n _,..o=.:c ,,-,-_ ==
a Mr. Jarrell reports considerable mili- ; Later Mrs: Prather will spend 12 Ballards Self-Risinff, .90.

.tary activity throughout Florida and several months at Asheville, "where Straw Hats ;

the part of Georgia that he visited. Mr. Prather will join her before 'her. It took a bunch of nerve and some money to do,this, and a ;

E. Li Green, the well known' citizen return home in September. comparison of above price with the wholesale market will Most complete variety, sizes, shapes and

:, who "make .signs" at his shop on Seventeen members of the Ki..lm- convince you.that we are entitled to styles. Up-to-the ,Minute Goods, Prices, I
Darlington avenue, 'returned Monday mee Boy Scouts, under the.leadershipof '
from Port Tampa, wher he went to atI Cash the Store ,at Are, Right.
at
Sam Lupfer assisted by Sergeant *
,.und the family reunion of the Green's. ,, ,
(hich was attended by eighteen members Newton of Company B,."hiked" out, to .
I' and held at the home of,Dr.'and Fish Lake Wednesday, spending the

'., Mrs. Roland Altree at the Port. ,on last day in the, woods and. having a'',food Taylor's CasWGrocery H. CSTANFORDCOMPANY;

Su day. Before returning home;,Mr. time returning to tJHr.citY',after covtering 'i.*
Green enjoyed a fishing, trip on OldTampa .
,
consequently" Is ten miles The: ,orpn u ion',isiacreaafng .l "OM Reliable.Skoe. Dealers *f Otceala c..a,.:' /, s''
Bay, and June 2nd .', Three June 5th
{' Days
of-bet
telling'some big,fish Tarn"fo his,inanyfriends. ,+and,gives promiMi 4y

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k SIX '" THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FJUDAY. JUNE 1, 1917' .

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''I.. }' ERADICATION. OF F CATTLE TICKS CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS ? NO STOP !


St. Cloud Department


,i If MAKING COMMENDABLE, PROGRESS"Among MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES

"WONDER''' CITY" FROM OUR OWN
NEWS AND NOTES OF THE ..

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Hore's, my fl'\llIrIlnta> >n-'oO'to any drug e1 n *

the'' things whlch..need to be done to plas+e our afire Industries "Dodsoi1. liver Tom" -Is Harmless To More and, get a 110< cent boltle 0' 1son's >od:
I, Liver Ton, Take a spoonful andIf
Live//
'It The Veterans Association met on', week to visit friends in the North. I,on a thoroughly constructive basis la the complete eradication of the cattle Clean Your Sluggish it doevn't. straighten you right up

; t Saturday, May 26th, at 2 p. m. Presi- John F. Daniels left on Tuesday ticks. Commendable progress Is being made along this line. and Bowels. anil-. make to you feel buck. fine tAJ and the vigorous store( ana I
want
dent Kenney, presided. evening for Atlanta, Go., where he expects "This work moil; sick. It's '''you'lr'' mOI"lia-v. I Hodwon's Liver Ton
waa begun in 1906 through the -efforts of a small group of tVM Calomel make fit _'
followed by to be busy for some time diilrojinR the. salsof calomel bt'e&\I
Opening song, America, 'tornliU, i! 'J tikI' H dole! of the danll'.roliRhlllf U
by Chaplain Westcott :M rll'. Z. Barager left on Friday to mea associated with. Southern agricultural colleges and experiment station tonight mid tomorrow you may lose it U real, \ \nvr\ mc-dicine; ciilirelyi.vpge-.
prayer I salivate or
Minutes of last' meeting were read spend the remainder of the .summer at.a time wheq. every one considered'the eradication the cattle tick a a day's work.Calomel In. ' quicksilverwliieli table make, 3'011i"k.therefore\ it can not ;.

and approved. Notice of song book 'I'with' her children in Michigan. I dream. of causes mercury necrosis of or the fconw.Calomel I guarantee that ono, spoonful of wo.Iwn's a

borrowed. from the hall by some one 'Mrs. Clara Sims was the guest on the imagination. 1, when it conies into '(,Ollt",,'.. I.Iver tone will put your *l (fisljiliMT ( } .

and a reqpest for Its return to save Tuesday of Mrs.\ Lydia C, Daugherty. "Th ?"ne men inaugurated the 'work on a scale which demonstrated its with./ Monrliili.. > cnutlicK. into\ 1 it, breaking( ,I tx, work anil clan. ;your bowel. ottliat (tl
: r it up. 'lliU is when' )'011 f furl that awful sour bile and constipated' waste',
+ being compelled to buy a new one. No. on Carolina avenue t feasibility, /land through persistent l effort won the sympathy and approval of nausea and cramping. If you. ore "liitfpiBlt .which. is clogging your nvstrm and m .k. '
tices of other articles lost and found., Mr. Paul Northrop has accepted a und "all ...1I..kPd ,out," If your lUll you f"M-l niiwraHn.. .. i (guarantee that t '
A free for all discussion on the use position? in' Durham's Variety Store in Secretary Wilson, congrena and the federal authorities to 'the. support. of liver it torpid 1 and bowel. coimtlpatwl 1 a. 'bottle; of lvdwn'" '''Llwr Tone will i t '
.
of tobacco after which the meetingwas place of Mr. Harry Got*, who is absent tbla work. < or you have lipudnclie, distill": **, coated keep your entire family feeling tine for .'i 1
l I.
tongvuif breath in had or rtuuiovh Hour, month live it t.u your children.: / It 'J)
turned over to Mrs. Maggie i on account of illness. ( I \just try of harnilnw l Ihatson's harnilpmi dtwan't gripe and ('lliko Its. -
"Already> ticks have been eradicated creditable, to every person, but It is ft ft..onful| ; I
Brown im. charge. of the program for i Mr. Harry. Todd left on Monday from 312,012 square miles of territory true nevertheless' that a cow giving I I I Liver y'one tonight on my guarantee. pleasant ta .. I

evening for his home in Ohio., 300 pounds of butter fat In lactation ------------- --------------------- ... A
social - -
the hour. ninre 1906. In other words over 43 a -, ----- I -, r
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and' efficiency ---:-- of the' Infested ten period made the 'name profit as 41 making
A speech onpreparedncss percent originally root of the remotest grass-blade; .j
It I Blessed is he has found his "
by Rev. 'Beauchnmp., His talk On May 30th,. the GJ A. R. Post, ritory, baa been(; cleaned 'and forever, cows each yielding 131 pounds 'of but ask to blessedneaa. '
work let him other: instead o'f pestilential! swamp, a
interesting good voice Daughters: of Veterans, W. it C. and rid of' thin miserable parasite which ter fat In a lactation period. The reason ; no
having a
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and was his words ..distinetly.Comradelingle other societies .;met at the Hall.. at 8 caused'.losses estimated, at $40,000,000a for this lies in the fact that It .. He has a work'a life-purpose; green, fruitful] meadow, with its cleat*
speaking costs so much to maintain, an animal. he has found it and will follow It'! :
selections o'clock where the procession formed 'ear'to the live stock owners of the flowing stream., How blessed for 'the
two "
gave The food In ''
maintenance
south. consumed is How, as a 'frE'eflowing.channel dug
on his ac'cordeon, followed with recita.j: and !marched to-the city park, where "In Georgia, for instance, 6li counties not used for productive purpose and torn by noble force through .the meadow, itself,, let the stream and its q
tions by Miss Prisrilla Peckham and the services were held at 9 a. m., a value be great of small Labor is life ;
of ticks and ,
are now free quaran .
Building Up Beef Industry sour: mud-swamp of one's existence, 'Y.
little Miss Curry i committee' having, been appointed to tine regulations. are being enforced In "That beet !}like an ever-deepening river there, .it Carlyle. J'
Industries be
decorate the gravesat the cemetery. 38 others. of three our can .lllllll I llilMllT HI'*
Decoration Day; by Goldie Groves. It i Is only a matter i|
1 I rapidly and profitably built up Is illus! runs and flows; draining off the sour : Sweet: Potatoes' for !
A recitation by the small Curry' At the close of the services at the park : to five years until practically everyone 1,000 acres of
trated the fact that festering water from the "'
girl, while waving the. Stars and'I the Army ajxrf Navy Union, Boy I ot the infested states will have old grade by Hereford steer a long weighing Jwo-year-14GO ., gradually Kissimmee. '

Scouts, Auxiliary W. R. C. and I been cleaned up, and 'When that time ------ ..
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Stripes. pounds was recently sold to an Athens

. '''ano.._solo!! 1Fulitil Ilarrod 1 "!: !J;, theni friends proceeded to "the''lake' \ front.,. j .la reached_jto...)Join the_Jn.a.southern graudjub stockmen.euffht )lP9 P*. butcher at 8.5 cents a pound, or for ...OtOOO.otoo"C"C>'><"9"M" C" 9.6 -
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recitation GyrITr's! CaTncartT 1i"If'\i.'fr.f M"1" f''t lU'Ji.b"/ ITbl r ..
i came a ( thanksgiving. Next to the eradication + .. .
followed by Mr. Sill in his usual pleas- 'parted sailors.!< At; noon lunch was I of the ticks efforts .should be made crosses' from a native cow that cost'' -1rCW: errlf

j art style. served at, the St. Cloud Hotel. looking to the checking and elimination $17.00. When slaughtered be dressed g eJrer
out 64 cent valuable meat He
per
''I I Recitatipn by A. S. McKay, who as At 2 p. m., the following: prjgratnwl1s'given'at of disease and parasites.
cost t the butcher 11
usual;was well received.. 'Each..o(the! the G. A R. Hall! Animal Losses dressed.. cents. a pound ,2nd Floor Citizen Bank BId,., Phone No..30., Ate 4-1.

(y above were heartily encored --and had j Opening Bong, America, followed by 'The 'same butcher purchased a..ear-.

:: to appear the second time. prayer by Rev Westcott.Logan's . I line"That more we than need in other education sections along ot this the load of steers at 6.5'cente a pound. The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Co. 1 J

P t.rlotic"address by Comrade Cole, I General Orders, They cost him hung on the"books 1075:
is evidenced by the fact that
closed by singing The Star Spangled Song by the male quartet.Lincoln's country cents a pound, but the high grade WE REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK, HART .tC "
25 head
of catUe out of 1,000
every
ti's ] Gettysburg Address was Hereford seer sold for five cents a FORD, AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE :. !
Banner. J. L. BROWN, die from disease and 25 die from exposure
't Secretary. given; ; 31 sheep put of every 1.000 pound more all around and hence he COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., t 4
i I was a far more profitable animal to AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE f +
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f Solo and chorus. die from disease and 31 from expos-- liandle. Persona who ate his meat are ?
t The Christian Church people of St. Reading by Comrade Bower. Ore; 71 head of swine out of every anxious for some more of the same LIFE, ACCIDENT" AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADOBURGLARY f

Cloud, Milliard's Island and Bassville 'Oration by Rev. M. D. Fuller 1.000 die from disease. character. / PLATE GLASSExplosive ANQ I :+

i will hold a union picnicout at the Closed by singing, Star Spangled "These figures apply to the suiyiy I "There are 100,000 farms In'the
south with climate long South where the same class of animal Insurancei
'. jan equable i :1
j : .canal the first Thursday in June. Banner growing season and the other favor. can be produced under the name conditions .

) Mrs. E. E. Williams arrived here able conditions which pertain here. On In a period of six yearn, stalling ALSO BONDS AND> LIABILITY. t- :Si J;

., last Thursday after a short trip to Mr. Walter Arrowsmith has ''ac the other band, l Iif the North .Atlantic with a pure-bred sire on native stock. IN THESE'DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION ,r

f Johnson) City, Tenn.,.where she seems cepted\, a position in the :Mosher grocery States where seasonal and climatic Hereford It inay be steers interesting sold aa long to know yearlingsby that. AGAINST. LOSS IS A. WISE PRECAUTION. :ag .'

a to ,have .Mr. William's pleasantly locat-: store. conditions are unfavorable as they the College attained an average' ** {

ed.' Alra..Snyder, daughter of Mr. and could be .In any section of the United weight of-1,010 pounds and sold atSO.uO -- ,
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a The Priscilla Club met on Thursday Mrs. C. V..J4t'noxj who has been spending Slates only, 19-9 cattle in 1,000 die $ a head\ash on the farm. - -- l
4 .. from disease< and ,,6 from exposure. "It does not appear that the southern Jj
e afternoon, May 24th, at the Nome! of the winter here, left on Thursday southern .
w "The stockman must give consideration farmer or the people as a
.. Gertrude Bower, with Mrs.. Alice mornl1glt'pr'} home at' Des Moines, whole realize, (the exlstlnng situationor
to quality in his animals. If he
i McGill as Assistant hostess. The ;, } /, --i iMr 1 Is not willing to do this he cannot,hope! fully appreciate the opportunitieswhich Stout Lumber Co.SUCCESSORS .

time was pleasantly spent in knottinga ) J. H. Ferguson was a Kissim- to succeed. The South is very back. It otters to them."-From ad- a"
TO MAY 8TOUT LUMBER
dresa-*-"A Survey of the Live Stock CO.
comfort for one of the members and mee visitor dn Wednesday ward
in this direction. We are securing Situation," delivered at' Southern Cat- DEALERS
J i e after dainty refreshment of ice cream / a very small return, for Instance tlemen's Association meeting In Atlanta IN i

and cookies were served the club ad- If you want to live in the kind! of.etown from the dairy cows we maintain on April 6th by Dr. A. M. Soule,

journed to meet again ,,In two ,weeks like the kind of a town tliat you In fact, a large per cent of" them President of the Georgia State College YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS.'t

m with Mrs?, Maxwell end Miss Gillie like, )you needn't slip your clothes. are unprofitable. IImay not seem i of Agriculture 'C
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Saylor. a grip-and start on a long, long hike.

'' The auxiliary to the Army and You'll only find what you've left be: CONGRESSMAN SEARS GETS AN

;V Navy Union held their regulation hind, for there's. nothing that's realty Thousands Pra\s AMENDMENT' ADOPTED TO Novelty Works in Connection

p', 'meeting on Monday afternoon in the, new-it's' knock .at yourself when wrrmAvrf.A KEEP DROP LETTER POSTAGEAT '
It U our pleasure to give yon estimate at all time
.. knock town. It isn't the town,
Masonic Hal land made arragements you your to ich
for Decoration Day, ad then all business -' its you. Real towns are not made by fry e $ TWO CENTS.Congressman Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.

being dispensed with they adjourned men afraid lest somebody else gets ,--
Joe Sears recently offered .
to Marine' Pharmacy and ahead. When everybody works and nobodyehlrke : Phone' 21 Kissimmee, Ffa.
amendment. to ,the .war revenue *
had asocial' time together with,music you cart raise a town,from Enormous : ) : .'A'A; : ;
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billlinithe'i ; : :
t houaelofrepresent.; .AlM"s + .. _Aft ,.fp .
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on the Victrola and where theywerel the'dead rand If while'you'make your .,- ., + -. -- -- -- WlState 9I
rmyofStomachSufferers .
tives to,have the cost on mailing drop
ice cream which personal stake your neighbor'can -
served with all en- letters' to be delivered within the
much' this hot weather make one, too; your town will be what
joyed very Led to Health By confines of the post office delivery district
want to see-it isn't the town, it's .
W. S. Alyea Is spending a few days you
l I Single Dose. in which they are mailed contin-
this week at the west coast, YOU i e
ued ate two (cents and succeeded in Bank

Dr. Martin, district superintendent Stomach Trouble causes: ft multi. having it adopted by a vote of over !
the Union Memorial Arnold &; MacDonough- archi-
Sermon
delivered ,
tude of ailments and often results in two to one,
Sunday: May 27 In' the M. E. tects and contractors, 'have drawn 't
on ( Gall Stones, Yellow Jaundice, Acute The revenue bill provides for increasing -
Church to a large number of the G. A. plans for the remodeling of the Presbyterian and Chronic Indigestion, Appendicitis; the postage on all\ first class I .." of Kissimmee

R. and W R. C Dr Martin Is a very, Manse, which it is expectedwill : Constipation, Auto-ntoxicction, Ga's mail to three cents. Sears' amend

k able speaker, and everyone was delighted ; be ,ymdertaken within, a, short Pressure, Fear of Heart Disease, Cancer ment would allow it to be three centson
time. It is proposed to make the I The of the "
with his and instructive worldare
.e r sermon Interesting structure two stories.and modern in and Ulcers of the Stomach and out-of-town-mail' but continue at eyes
1 ntelstlnes, etc., etc. One doso of two cents on mail directed to the city,
Mr. and Mrs. Shuler leaves next every respect. I I Mayr's Wonderful Remedy baa proven town or vicinity in which itMs mailed.

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successful in thousands of cases The Sears amendment tarred liver the
Stomach Trouble. This explains] its objections of the committee. "The on the marrwhoSAVES r.,
enormous sale. Has teen taken and
is recommended by Physicians! Justice first class mail at two cents is already

: of the Suprcr.io Court Congress bringing in revenue of 80,000,000 annually

men, Lawyers, Nurses, Ministers, to the government over rx-;; i

Farmers, Educators, Mechanics penses," said Sears. "I do not objectto Gf
MICHELINNotice probably own neighbor. Manyowe
your < the
It being three cents during war
their lives to Mayr's Won-l.rful
Remedy. Thousands cay it bas saved on iv t-of-town man but do not believe

them from the knife. Contains no alcohol as much should be charged for deliver a

or habit-forming drugs. FREE ing a letter within Miami; 'or Pensacrla'
booklet Stomach Ailments Ad.
on 1.8: for carrying it to Ma'no"
!
dress Geo II. Chemist
Mayr, Mfg. I.
Chicago. Better yet-obtain a bottle
of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy from 'J. S PIUS
JHICHESTER(
= 2LRobersonoranyreiabledrugei8twho ) ..... RUSE fir amoment.young.mari .
r..tlft!
lV2iM.., ,
irAYi ;: 4'r will refund your money if it fails. 4 L.ds....1.._l.r.l>...l.>_:If.... ,'111.. la K4 .... U.U "i....... and give a thought to self. The
I 'led woe Pow V/
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Law- !;.t"; M. ..,. .rOr: :
Born to ii h w. .11 R.l :.! r
... .. A.k/r.clrl.da a-TRn.
son, of West Kissimmee, a fine boy I>IA1J ND- HRAMU FlMX. .. problems that confront you now or
7 ,."...oira.._..& i last Satuoday. Wl) .n.BY IWJttilSTS) EVERYWHERE' \ will a few years hence.Look -
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r--------- about yon-the men of affairs in country state, { ationyes '

the curve in which i ri r GOOD in the world, are the men 'who started to say early in life.


Michelin Tubes Naturally Hang I They have the respect and confidence of the community


i, A + INSTEAD ol l being imply a PRINTINGTHE Then Jook on the other side-at the fellow who spend all they Nt

.lra.j' ht tubing ce- make-they have a good time for but y
mented at the end, the Michelia may a while what does their. $
Tube i 8 formed on a circular personality reflect? ,
1\s nundre!in the shape of the i.ide i iol 4 l
1 the cuing. Thu*when inflated A dollar or to deposited in this bank will be the
it.ii BeitSei stretched on ill outer nucleus of honorable
side nor compreMed. into de.trueli. character your printed matter make* an indelible im- an independent career. t

., % ...wrinkle. .*nell to the rim? prel.ion-good or bad-upon those who see it. More people 1 Make your beginning now-today. Your' bank
Thu ported: 6t give theMicbeliaTob.greaterdurabililjrMid book will pare the way.
pr.... gage your standing-the character and quality of product-your urv .

bully eliminate*dwgeiol.piack to-datene.a-by that than by any other one thing. Therefore, the Capital stock -___.;.-______._....,. ____ ____ $100,000.00 ,

hug the tub., I Resource: over ...__-____.-_______________-. 400,000.00 Ii
A need. for the right kind of printing. ,

._, t r Our hobby i i. good printing;-not fancy, 'fussy"printing .but Officers and Directors I'i. :

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W B. MAKINSOty CO: good printing?with ,,character quality and ..finish-the ,right type, i.: C. A. CARSON .President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY.V-P.

right stock right illustrations--.U blended into a strong, dignified. 0 BQMA THOMAS Cashier j

KISSIMMEE, FLA. .hole-the kind' that 'will make a good .faaprtsslo. . far ;1'". N. C. BRYAN, N.. B. CARSONM.. HATZ, t 1

,' 'rI'r .- Civ* iu a chance on Jour- next,. .,j job: ,,,,- If C A.' CARSON' J.'H.WADE FLEMING TUCKER Dtrctw K. L. LESLEY.. t

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY JUNE 1, 1917' ... SEVER

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I I i i mill in ii in ill' trlct In which the child children' re- tOn to prosecute forthwith Such personIn I allof Section Twenty-six (ll). Township ' ....... ........00..0.0. ...,.. .,.... . . .eeii. ....
.Id. not less than eighty day of each the name of the State of Florida before r Twenty-six (II) South Range ,
.J 11'1 year between the ages of eight and any Justice or the Peace, or Coun.i Thirty (SO) East. .
LegalAdvertisements fourteen year. of each child the periodof ty Judge of any county town or district " The said lands blng assessed In the '
compulsory attendance shall commence In which the- prosecuted reeldea. name of Semlnole Land: and Investment ) Washington D. C.
with the beginning" of the '.chool All fines collected shall be turned over P:1t\ft at the data of Issuance of $ 25' ,
1 ; f term nearest to the eighth birthday of to the custodian of the County School said \ t ; unless aald certificateshall
each child and shall cover a period of Fund, and may be used by the Cpunty 'be redeemed according to lair i and Return

4-I I I I I I I n T I I I f I I I II I I U six consecutive years thereafter, exceptas Board of Public Instruction for the enforcement tax deed will Issue thereon on the Xtth ,
day of I). 1(17. .
hereinafter provided. of this Act, or for other pur- :"n"m-- '
IBB Continuous attendance upon .. hand and official seal ACCOUNT OF :.
some other school public, private, or lfl. The Attendance' Officer shall this the list,day of May. A. D. ItlT.J. '

<4< ..MI.lLSOIlir: SCHOOL, ATTKM: church, for eighty daye of each year have the right to visit and enter.any U OVKR8TRKBT. '
T '- AMCHChapter during the ages of eight and fourteenof office factory or business house employing Clerk Circuit Court Oaceola" County .
any child may be accepted In lieu of youth tor the purpose of en- State ef Florida U.C.VRREUNIONTickets
attendance local school Mlft th_ ftP 4.I.rn. n. 5h4. AM' Circuit Court Seal) ll-5t
( 0811. Law. of 1818)lit. ) upon a public ; -- '- -" .
Provided further That any private or w''o't'; ;; ;' exists as to the age i-a: :

Wh..nev..r'one.-fourth of theregistered' church school receiving for Instruction child he may require a properly attested NOTICE OK ELECTION
white pupils between the ages of eight and birth certificate, or affidavit. asto Sold June 1st to 6th
voter of any Special fourteen year hall keep such recordof tl>. aae of any child. ,

Tax School District School Board nis- attendance of said child ,or children : 11*. Every Attendance Officer shall In compliance with the law In auth

(rlot. or of any county, hall file with and will render such reports of the keep an accurate record of all notices Cases mad and provided It la hereby Limit June 21st, but limit may be extended to July 6th by. ,

a County Board of PUblic Instruction same as are hereinafter required of served, all cases r.ro..eut"d' and all announced and declared that an election depositing with Special Agent. .

a. written petition asking! for an election teachers of public schools; oth..rwl..1 other services: : rt t.n'"t: will bo held at Union Center Os-
Jo t>e held In such Special Tax I the attendance upon 'anyg make an annual to ", eola County, Florida, Special Tax
Hchool District. School Hoard District or church school refusing or nefflpetliTg the County, Board of Public Instruction School Dint riot No. 6. on Tuesday June VETERANS SPECIAL
or county to determine Whether to keep such records and to make such on blank. furnished by the State Superintendent teth. A. 11., hILT for the purpose of de ,
pulsory school attendance shall reports shall not be accepted In lieu of of Public Instruction In termining who shall serve as school ,* .
in either of said districts. or the com-I attendance upon a public school the manner required and oftener when! trustees of said districts for two Year. '
t,... It shall be the duty of the 166. |jxemp< ..._This act shall not demanded by the County Hoard. next; after the election and to Ax thenllmb..r Leaves Jacksonville June 3rd 8:10 P. M, :

Koard of Public Instruction to an Apply. In any cast In which the child's 174. and It shall teachers b* the to duty co-operate of all principals with- to be levied of mills and collected of district school tax Arrives Washington, June 4th . . '6:00 P. M
election In either of said districts. or f>n)'Blcnl or mental conditions, a.' attested annually for .
the Attendance Officer In the enforcement .he said
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two .
the county, according. the petition by any competent physician before of this Jaw. To this end It shall The years. Cart and Coaches from
following were appointed to act Through Sleeping Tampa
may request to decide whether the following any, court having jurisdiction under .
be the duty of the principal or teacherIn at saidlection
: Ji K. Milliard, B. F.
school this Its attendance Impracticable
compulsory attendance Act.
provisions: :; :shall be enforced In said or renders Inexpedient! or In any chance of every school.' In which pupils Harvey, will Huithey, Inspectors; .I, HVeatherbeo S. VIA
:: between the of eight and \
ages Clerk.
Special Tax School' District. School case In which the child resides more
Instructed, to keep Done order of
by the Hoard of Public
Board Dlntrlot. or county. than two miles by the nearest traveled .urCrt..ar.e.d
of the attendanceof Instruction ,
157. The County Hoard of Public lnuiruction .. route from the school house and transportation u".ol.aunty.. Florida.
all pupils, to render weekly reportsto this 7th day of May A. D. 197. Atlantic' Coast Line
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shall
give notice of such election Is not provided; or In any case
the Attendance Officer and the County ,
v.
C. B.XHrt. Chairman.;
by advertising the same for four of extreme poverty. In which the services ,
Superintendent- Public I Instruction Attest:
weeks In newspaper published within of such child areL necessary for Its ,' of all pupils Imperfect In attendance C. ii. \ .
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YOWEL.U
Superintendent, Standard Railroad of the South
o.fno
If the of It. .
the territory a newspaper, be published support or sfipport own showing all absences, excused and
therein but If none then In some parents, a* attested by the affidavit of JI-B' -
unexcused and In the case of an excused
newspaper published In the ts parent 'or parenta, and of such witnesses .
15$. The electors In such county.elections as the Attendance Officer may which absence the pupil to state was excused.the reason for. .NOTICE: OF APPLICATION. FOR PAR. ..44CI tI. . . .I.ee... ..$tO-e-$........ .li.t..p.*. .

must 1,.. registered ,as provided In the require; or In any case In which said 176. It shall be the duty of the DON.
general law for registrations for special parent. guardian or other person having County Board of Public Instruction of -

elections. and they shall have the charge or control of a child shall each county to cause tils Act to bepublished Notice Is hereby given that the undorslgned -
same qualifications for and prerequisite show before any magistrate by affidavit separate' and distinct from wihl.spply' to the State Board
to. voting as proscribed In elections of himself and of such witnesses the publication of the Act. of the Leg of Pardons at Tallahassee Florida I for
held under the Keneral election laws. a. the Attendance Officer may require, full In aome newspaper pub conditional pardon for James Yates,
169.: The election shall be held and I that the child Is without necessary 11.I.tur..1. county. If there be one and Jr., who was convicted of murder In the .
conducted In the manner prescribed by I books and clothing for attending If there b.. none then to distribute and fall or 189 In Osceola County. Florida
law for -holding general elections, except i school and that the parent I I. unable to give It the widest circulation In the The said .application for I
a. provided In this Act. and all I provide 1 the necessary' book and cloth.ng form of a circular at least four week. be made at the regular meeting. "of.'i

such elections shall he held within : Provided. That when book and prior to the opening of the schools for Board In June or a* soon thereafter a*.
.sixty da>'. from the filing of the petition. clothing. shall be provided through the school year, beginning 1, 191B, same can be taken up. I Spray PumpsInsecticides '
charity or by other means, the child and annually thereafter: If tnOIh discretion .May 11, 1917.
160. Inspectors of election ''shall be shall no longer b* exempt from school It be necessary. V- LEWIS O'BRYAN. gol # 'SI
appointed and qualified as In cases of attendance under this provision: Pro. I By order of the. Board of rubllo.In- MILTON .LEPOER. -. .
-. .. eneral lee '91b\.AldTtbe y. phltU.:! eus. '"ld"d.i' "r "rwThftt "wh.a, .StlM\U'.r..IAt.:\ .,trtO1r.4t.OwC.OtaCouhtyrv. "!'h.\--,';*! '-.-*'"" It'IIF..ttOtT0)Wwt4t .TIiII 'Yaf.7f; : *- : .. 4
VUss .tn '0 .U cast anl make due. je- 1 ur .ri tn l ,,;). ml8condi c. BARS Chm. -

turns or the same to the County Hoard or cruelty such charge being made In C K. YOWELU,.Supt. of ublle.ln.t, !JkOTICH OK SI'KCIAL. ELECTION .
of Public Instruction writing and filed with the Trustees of .
without delay. 14NOTICK t Milt iprar meant death to four 4c
The! County Hoard of Public Instruction the Special Tax School District or with iVHERKAR, at a meeting of th '
shall canvass the return. and declarethe the County, Board of Public Instruction Board of.County Commissioners of Os* crop enemies. We have fall stock: 7.
result and cause the same to be, recorded by a parent, or guardian, of any child FOR PUBLICATION.fmt ceola '
County Florida held aKI..lm '
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far attendlng-the. school being taught by .., of the 'Rlcht Materials and the Beat -
a. a. applicable. a. providedIn rode Osceola Florida
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the general! law concerning! else such teacher then the attendance of I).' .rt_ .t the Interior. IV a. ....* 7th,. 4. D. 191 CountYb having onfay con 'Maehlnei, Our experience"dates from .
tlons. .uch child shall not be enforced until order at UalBestlllr, Kls. i May 2ft, sldered petition theretofore
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presentedto
101. The ballot used In such elections after a' full Investigation of such chargehas let7. them signed by more than twenty- the very tint.IPf&ylnjr. la: I Florida.,
ahall be plain white paper and .printed been made by the board with which five per cent of the duly registered
thereon For Compulsory School Attendance same was filed and the aald teacher has NOTICE, Is hereby given that Oscar voters. who are freeholders residing SElII'D FOR SPRAY CATAWGUIWjLtI.1Ui..
," and "Against Compulsory been acquitted or exonerated. H. Brltt, of. Uouarhman, Florida, who. on within the territory therein and hereinafter -

Hchool Attendance." so arranged that It?. Temporary Akwaee Allewable.Every April 18. 1915, made Homestead Entry described which It I. proposed to
the voter may express his choice, as I In parent, guardian or other person No. 011840 for 8WM of NW% Township constitute Into'' a Special Road and
the Australian ballot I by making having !$ 8, Range 11 K., Tallahassee
across In the State of Florida, Bridge District asking the said Board !
mark to the left of one or the other of the two IIn.... between the ages of eight and fourteen make Commutation Proof. to estab or not said territory shall be constituted .
1 n. Should three-fifths of the childrento lish claim to the a.hnve described, before Into '
votes years, shall ..au.. said cjilld of Special Road and HridgeDistrict.
cast at election be Provld..d.That Clerk Cir !uit "Court, at Klsslmmee. # Jacksonville, .._-
lexally Tfnv .uch attend school as aforesaid; and the roads and bridges proposed Cd-
''for (Compulsory School Attendance," occasional absence from such attendance .Florida on the llth day of July. therein constructed and paid for I ,7 Florida. '

then the compulsory school attendance by any child. amounting to 1911. a* specified In said petition and
laws hereinafter: prescribed shall be In not more than two unexcused absencesIn Claimant names a* witnesses: WHKHKAS, the said Board having
force In such territory for two years:':?or four consecutive weeks, shall not ne W. W. Britt of LouVhman. Florida. examined considered and Investigatedsaid
forever! thereafter Until another such unlawful; Provided further That the H. J. Popeney of IxiuKhman Florida. petition and found same
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election Is held In of the J. R. Collins of Lrfiua-hman. Florida all t.rtth
compliance with the principal. or tfacher In charge respects compiles the law
foregoing provisions; and If "threefifths school may excuse any child for temporary Ida.John Hamburger of Loughman. Flor. and that It ,Is signed by morn than .. .
or more of the votes shall be cast absence because of a storm or twenty-live per c..nt..of the'duly registered .f. .
"Against Compulsory, School Attend had weather, sickness or death In Its 4-St ROBT.. W. DAVIS. freehold voters residing within .-
once" then school attendance shall not famll*. unforseen or unavoidable acci Reirlster.OT1CK said territory has ordered an election
be compul.ory In said territory until dents. ,Kxcused absences, and the reason for'the purpose aforesaid; ..
.otherwise. determined by ah election therefor shall be recorded by said > OF ADMINISTRATOR NOW THEREFORE notice I I. hereby -

held In pursuance of this Act; Provided school and shall be reported to the Attendance FINAL DISCHARGE : given that a special election will b* .
Thst when any such election Is held In Officer as hereinafter provided - held I (on June 14th A. D. 117 within WATERS & CARSON GROCERYCU: t ts.
a whole county, compulsory school attendance Provided further. That In case of aid territory herein described, which Local Age,
I. .
Ceert ( Commtr Je... State ef
shall lie enforced In any protracted nines. of any child whose It Is proposed to be Included In said ,
'School Board District or .district*, of attendance I. required under this Act. ...4.. Special Road and Bridge District. to- ..
aid county where In three-nfths vote or In case o'f quarantine of the' homeIn wit: .

_a. cast""for Compulsory School Attendance which such child resides. upon report : I. R. E.taCe et P"-IU. Ba_ 01. Beginning Section 4 at the Northwest. corner ... ... . .I,...i.s I. .. .. .. ...... e I. ..'. S... ..O. .I-O.'
though a three-nfths vote of the Health Officer or upon cer C..iy.Notice qf Township If South Range
eUth, "county as a whole was cast tlflcate of any legally qualified physician 17 East and run thence South along

"Agalnfct Compul.ory School Attendance to this effect. the Attendance Officer I* hereby given. to all whom the Rang line dividing Range J 4 and

;" Provided alec That when any shall excuse from attendance such It may concern that on the 1st day ofAU.u.t S7, to the Southwest corner if Section r t Cold for Fresh
such election I. held In a whole county' child until be! Is fully restored to. A. n. 1(17 I shaH apply to the II. Township 26 South Range 17 Ea.t; i Storage als \ \.
compulsory school attendance shall not health. or until any quarantine excluding Honorable T M. Murphy. Judge of said thence least along thtownship line
lie enforced In any School Board District the child from school has been, court, aa Judge of Probate, for my final dividing Townships S6\ and S*. to the .
or Districts, of said county, raiaed.* discharge as Administrator : Southeast corner of Section 81, Township .
wherein a majority 'vote w.. cast 36$. ..alty_Any parent guardian of Prlacllla Base, deceased the! and estate 15\ South\ ,' Rang IT. East; thenceSouthea.terly i Storage Rate Beginning December Ittt .
of child or along the
"Against Compulsory School Attend.ance. or other person In control a that at the same time I will linedividing .
." though the majority vote ef the children violating the provisions of present.tosaid Oaoeola sod Polk counties to the Southwest .

county as a whole was ca.t" For. Compulsory this Act shall b.. Jlrullty of a misdemeanor court of my said final estate account.and as ask Administrator forth..lr corner of Section SI, Township 17 Storage on all Meats, 14 cent pound F"aEteen'Da,..
School Attendance. and upon conviction by any South, Rang S> East thence East

161. The County Hoard of Public In- court competent jurisdiction shall Dated approval. list A. n. 117.' along the Township line dividing Curing Pork ready for smoking 1 l-2c. per pound
January
traction of a county In which a compulsory be liable to a fine of not less than one Townships 17 and 18 to the margin of r
school attendance election ha. dollar and not more than three.dollars 1,1t.111 OSCAR BASS. Lake Cypress; ': thence along th* Northern Twenty Days. .
l>een held and three-fifths of the votes for each and every offense. And upon : 'Administrator.Ih1ERtFF' margin of said Lake Cypress to the

lea-ally cast at such election In a Special failure or refusal to pay such fine said center of th. canal connecting Lake N Curing and Smoking, 2c per pound.
Tax School Districts School Board parent guardian or other person lit S SALE' ) Cypress and Lake Tohopekallga; thence .

lstrlct l or e county, was control of a, child shall be Imprisonednot Northerly along the center line of paid .
"For ull.'ort'eHc'h.: : : Attendance," to exceed thirty day. In the County la the Circuit ('..rt for Oneeola' Co... canal to the margin of Lake Tohope- I

...haIi. at the first regular me..tlnic Jail; Provided That the fine for any ty fMate of Florida. kaligai: thence along the Southern and Bring.',' us your hogr the day they.are kWedWe: will do

thereafter publish that the following first offense, may. upon payment of Eastern boundary line or margin of . J
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fompulsory school attendance law will costs, be suspended and not collected D1CKLK INVESTMENT CO., a 'CorporatMlifmSli Lake Tohopekallga to the center of the .. .: ." .I'. ,4-the ,t. "i': ;
hem! full;'I'"frh slid i effects thirty I *days until the sam person be convicted of'a' >*- "" v<- tlon,i vs. i .4'fi >,-.'t. canal connecting Lake Tohopekallga ,,{Ii \. .l ... rest. '.. t l;f w yi: :
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'thereafter. Special Taxi1 School second offense: Provided rurth.r. That .1 .ARTHUR E. PONEOAN. and East Lake Tohopekallga'\ ; thence ,
iMstrtct. School Hoard District ( r* In after the expiration of three days from along the center line of aald canal to .

the county. a. may have been. d..t"r- the time notice I. served by the Attendance Notice I I. hereby given under East Lake Tohopekatlga; thence
mined by the. said election. officer each and every day a.par' and by of that Northeasterly across East Lake To.
14. jarrtlan Shalt virtue an execution Issued hopekallga to where theNorthern KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE. CO. (
ICvery parent I7 or perk ent. guardian or other person out of the Circuit Court of Osceola a point ,
ion In charge of. or control of n. child wilfully and unlawfully keep such childor county State of Florida In the aboveentjtled.csu.e boundary of said Lake
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or children between the axes of eiicht children from school or allow It or the 21st touches the Rang line dividing "
and and within of shall con- on day of March Ranges 10 and 31 thence North
fourteen years residing them to remain out schol. A. I). 1917 ; along
Tax School SchoolKoard offense and shall upon a Judgment rendered said Range line to the Northern .to..t..t..o..ooo .ooo..e t..tttOOOo
n Special" District a atltute a separate In said court on' tho 2nd day of May o. .. ,
: District,. or a county advertised subject such person to the penalties ISIS In fnvor ot' the plaintiff and boundary of Osceola County the same tlif
as under the following. compulsory above prescribed. being the Township IIn"e dividing
against the defendant In said'-cause -- -------- --
school attendance provision shall 169. The County Board of Public Instruction I Townships 14 and 26; thence West S -
cause such child or.children to attend of any county wherein any have levied. uponthe following de.erlb.ed along said Township line to the placeof n. c. Bronson, Inspectors' name of O. H. Kyt. E. /Savoy and H. E. ..'
,. real estate lying and being situate beginning .. C. A. Clerk. Sexton at the date of Issuance of said \
regularly the public school of the d" district or the county has adopted the in Osceola State of ; description Including ,Jart.tt.
school attendance provisions county Florida: all of the lands embraced In Com certificates: unless said certificate
compulsory All of Sections 18, 20. 11 18, SO' and Precinct No. 1: ba redeemed according to law, '
ot Potatoes for of this Act, shall have the missioner's Districts numbered One (1)
1.000 Sweet power
acres 14. and all of Section 11. t.
to appoint and fix the compensation of except the .and Two (I). C. J. Lamb. tax deed will Issue thereon on the. llth. t..hall
Nolthe, RBVi, all
Kissimmee. in
b..lnl.jtuatf W. C. Senslhs. day of June. A. I). 117.
and
Officer or Officers,
Attendance the purpose
an For of
Township 18 South of determiningwhether
Range 31 last ,
C. 8. Acre, Inspectors.B. Witness my hand and official seal
at will. An Attend. ,
the
remove Officer same be appointed for one as the property of the' defendant Ar- said territory shall be constituted K. Brown Cleric. ,. this .the 9th day of May, A. I). Ill?. ,
ance may thur K. Donegan and I will. on the Ind Into n'd Special, Road and BridgeDistrict J. L. OVERBTREKT .
school or for n number of schools Board of In day' of July, .1P.| the sumo- b..lnl'tho'\ I the proposed roads and Precinct No. 10: Clerk Circuit Court. Osceola. County,
the discretion tr..fn.td County first Monday and the rule day of the bridges Constructed and" paid for as R..O. HAncock State of Florida.
.Public may be a super.visr said month offer for sale specified In said petition And only duly -
at.public outcry Its I. Tat rick, (Circuit Court Heal, H-gt
or a truate of a school or any between the legal qualified electors, who are free-holders '
hours
of sale In < T. Sullivan Inspectors.B. .
C suitable person who willdischarge the front of the residing within said territory shall be .
< courthouse door In the .
CaRSON} FDBJ1IE A. I'atton Clerk.
duties of the position ,and the County City of Klssjmmee, Osceola County entitled to vote at said election. The' i OTHE; OK ATTACHMKXTTo

Hoard may assign an Attendance.Offi State of .Florida, the aforesaid mention general description of the roads and Done and "rdered't KI..lmme..,
duties be deemedadvisable. F. C'.ttaodtrla ... All Perseas !.
such other as -
cer may od real e.tate and sell the same to the bridges proposed to be constructed and' Florida this Tth day of May, A. D. 1
highest and best bidder for rash.U the estimated cost of the sam and the 1917. teresledNotice
170. It .hall he the duty of everyAttendance "';
manner In which payment therefor Is
accurate H. INOHAM\ I ERNEST MACH. Chairman. U hereby given that, I, L' 'j.
Officer lake
In un
SELLSFire Sheriff of Osceola Coynty ,,'Iorlda.NOTU'.J to be made, Is as follows: A, F.
census of every child between the a"'> s 24.4t elM.H. Iniram.i Sheriff of Osceola County In
of six and twenty-one years In hi. district The road known as the CampbellStation : H H the stat at Florida have this day at..
In the month of June In each and -- and Loughman road extending I FRANK WALKER. tached certain real estate belonging to
Life Accident and on blank furnished by the OF AUMIMHTKATOU u'KII"m'iogtt: : limits of the Townof I E. U 1>..OV13RMTREET, .... C. Goodwin In th. county of Osceola
every year : :
State Superintendent of Public Instruction. andlegllue --- line, and running through the town of of Osceola County Flor- : '
He shall make three neat
Health Plate Glass Lia- ; la Court ef County Judge, Campbell said road extending through '
of roll whichshall
copies this census '
State of Florida Sections 19 SI and 32 In 25 "vtlesf, JQJtk OVERSTREET.
give the name. sex date of birth, Township The EU of the BEW. the 8WV' of
1 thename of the or guardian South Range 29 East; Sections 1. 2 andS 1I.8t. Clerk of said Board. the RE%. and, the EH of the NEW\ -
parent I. re K.<*te ef of 26 South 28 Kant.Sections
bility and Boiler Insurance. with the postofflce. of every child and Philip Mehr.Vsevola Township Hangs excepting rltcht-of-way of the
additional Information demanded.One County 22, 32 and 34 of Townahlp 25 Kouttv "Florida Railway: In section 11))
any '
South Range$ and Section Sand NnTIf"M OK APPLICATION FOR .TX:
of this census shall be filed East and the W', of the W4t of section 11:
Legal Bonds Executed with copy the State Superintendent of Public Notice Is hereby given to all whom S of Township 26 South. Range 28Bast. IX-.KII I'NIIKH' ".:C'TIONII 6T4 ANn all being: In tOwnship IS south of range
with the It may concern, that on the 7th day of ItTft. "K. K.HAI., NTATl'TKS UK TUB I '
Instruction, one County
Superintendent' of copy Public Instruction september A. D. 1817. I shall apply to Also ope mile, more or less on the STATE OF KLOHIUA. At.OV: of the N\VV4. ffW4 nt

_ Same Day Needed. __ ) _the first da* ofJulyln eachanaevery the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge of5aidOUrtu5Jud .Ki8sltnmee-6t.iioud; road.. beglnnJngat. ..SW-. *ml .ha1L1ate.r..L1A-th.-NW. ......._ _
0 year and one copy shall be preserved geotprobate1ofroy a point where the hard-surfacing on Notice Is hereby given th t tAte... of the H\V'U of section. S. In township
for his own use, and he shall final discharge-a* Administrator of paid road will stop after the completion Haynes, purchaser of Tax CertificatesNo. K. south of rans-e, It..Also .
"' furnish the principal of each school the estate of Philip Mohr deceased; of the contract which has already been 103d Ion and 1U9, dated the 4th the EM of the NE 4 (except
State Bank Building. within hi. jurisdiction with a list of and that at the same, time I will present let for approximately four mile of day of Jflly.. A. I). 1114.| has filed said I one-half acre graveyard) and a half In. d -
OFFICE to
said
: ; the names of children due to attend the Court my final accounts asAdministrator road. certificates In my office and has made lerest In the WH of the NKVi. and a

school of 'which the principal is In for of said estate, and a.k The above described roads are to be application for Tax Deed to Issue In I half Interest In the 8EW of section f:

charge, and the County Board of Pub-' Dated their approval. nine (9) feet wide, except that part of accordance with law. Said certificate ; township X, south of range ...
March (th 117.
lie Instruction shall sacertainwithout the road to Loughman extending from embrace the following land la psc- ;
charge/ the number of pupil contained 11-le-m A. E. .,DROUGHT the City Limits at Klsslmmee to a ola Cosnty Florida to-wlti Ton are hereby. commanded to appear
In said lists f Administrator. point where the public road crosses Lots 14 and 15. Block 47, Lot K of before the Judge of the Circuit Courtof

171. The Attendance Officer shall the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com Block 47. and Lots I. 1, 1, 4 and t. of Osceola county, Florida on the Ind .,
TH FiORIDAItIETALPRODUCISCU serve a written or printed notice or I NOTICR OFFer FJXgf"UTOR pany's right of way at the West end of Block C..all of Marydla. day of July Itl7 same being a rule
written and partly printed ( Klaal Discharge day of said court, to answer In aa action -
partly notice ) the County Fair Orounds, which road The said lands belnaassessed In the
MANUFACTUREr upon every parent. guardian or '- shall be sixteen (18) feet wide; roadsto name of S. Oray and W. Ega-leston at of assumiislt damages In the sum .
of IKoo.oo In which
other person having control of a child la C..rt.f Co..ty Jud;. ... Osreola be hard surfaced with. brick or asphalt the date of Issuance of said certificates; Is the CceMortim.rCompany ,
and the said C.
METAL or '1 tean'd ': I"f the pr."nv'I; : of ('... this I ; par.nt e on the !. Re Estate .1 Jahsi M..L.a...".. All bridges shall be constructed according law c..... deed will Issue or Judgment will be
CEILINGSCULVERTSSHINGLES part of the guardian or other where required, of Iron cement or thereon on the llth day of June, by default givenagalnsl you

,person shall be required. It any parent Notice Is hereby given to all' whom wood or either or all of said materials, A .1'>. UI7. .. L, H. INORAM. ,r
guardian or other person' upon whom It that and of sufficient to meet the requirements Witness my hand and official seal .
may concern on the Hat day olcoi'O span Sheriff/ of Osceola Co.. Flnrlda. "
such notice Is served, falls, to complywith : A. D. 1>17. I shall apply to of the locality aa decidedon this th..lth dayJ of May., A. D.; KIT. JNO. I. OVER8TREKT 1:
the law within three there : L. OVERSTRBKT
day.
. ; bl T. M. Murphy, Judge of by the engineer In charge of the Clerk Circuit Court.' !
after then It shall b the of theAtt..nd.nc. Circuit .
duty said Court Clerk Court Osceola County
as Judge of Probate, for my work. J.EWU'O'BRTAN. ,
Officer upon the r.comm..n.dation final discharge Executor of the estate The estimated cost of such roads and State of Florida. It-It Plaintiff.
Attorney for .,
SHEET METAL of the. Board.of Public Instruc- of John McLaughlin. deceased; bridges I. 1100.000.00 and th* construction (Circuit Court tie.I. It-St ; ,

and that at the same time I will present there of I* paid for by the -
BUILDING my final account Executor of Issue and sale l'.o': :. to the amountof NOTI'f1 OP APPMCJtTIO FOR TAX "

Magnolia BalmLIQUID aid estate, and ask rah I approval 100000.00, bearing Interest at the HEElS UNDER' nK rri MATERIAJACKSONVILLE Dated April *3rd. A. D. 117. rate of ,4%" per annum from date, payable BTO. GENERAL STATUTES OK TIlE: .
'WRIT( TOOAV _ AND SPECIAL' R. E.; MCLAUGHLIN. said Interest to b ,;,.
ml-annually; STATE UK >FLORIDA. C.mrt ef the Ceaatr J *.. OeeeetoC :
9R""AtOGutS QUOTA ON* FACE POWDER. Aprilmo ,Executor represented by Interest coupons. <<:....T', Stale ef Fl......., .'

." .FLA.: : The beauty'secret of Bald bonds to be serial bond and are -
.! : l$1I NMICJIJ; to b* payable at the rate of I5.400.0H Nolle' Is hereby given that W.' I. I. re'Estate ef Jaaiee W. LUIy.
FOR APPLICATION FOR TAX
.
women who know how per annum for a period of, Twenty Barber purchaser 0'.Tax Certificates ,
DEEP UNDER SRCTION '4T4 AND .
Year.. '
T.M.RIVERSM.D. to take care of the com 4TS. HNRaAj UTATUTKS OP TUB The places for holding said election July No.

plexion. Cannot be STATE OK N.ORIDA.NotlcLls In said territory and the Inspectors and certificates In my of6... and has made and all Person having Claim or
Demand against said Estatt
clerks appointed for said election areas
for Tax Deed to Issue In
. PHYSICIAN SURGEON detected. Heals Sun hereby given that S. F: follow: application accordance with law. Bald certificates Too, and each of yon. are hereby notified -

Offic over Oiceol Pharmacy 'A" burn.atop Tan.. Soothing.cooling Moore purchaser of part of Tax Certificate I embrace the following lands In Osc- to present any claims and de<- '
r No. ITS dated the Slit day of Precinct. No. 1; ola County. Florida. to-wlt mand which you. or either of you mar
Phon R..teS.lloe.1 refreshing.SantpU July A. D. 114. baa flied said certificate H. N. Bratton.1Oeerge .- '' have acalnst the estate of James W.,
Off! 14$. ",r.: Lot I, 1; S. Block II, Florida Drained Lilly '
A.... Wcp In m -offte. and has mad application T. Slngletary. deceased late of Oeceola county.
i.- 0 n... ___'_.sjt..... for Tax Deed to Issue In accordance R. D. Oulce. In.peet.r"'E Land Co./. Subdivision )*..Land 1. Lot 9. Florida to time undersigned executrixof
To Curs Cd t. One >>-J-; ettfcer tolaw. _Certificate. embrace .. Mats .(;I!rk. Block 17. Florida' Drained Co.'s said estate within two ;jrar front
color for .
( ) 2e. Sta.p.tW..c. Subdivision No. 1. and Lot 1$. Block-to. tile data her.Gf. -
the following land la Osceola *
County
O l"l. :It MOM OnHssdscb Laud
Vlt BmOMO '
Yak*IAX ATI Florida Drained Co.'s Subdivision
Precinct No. It Dated March 17th. 191?.
sad work ofPthe Cold. .. 4Os-Jo'f'If$ :s...8.e&la.N.Y. Florida, to-wlt:
.... .
c..1a No. 1.
LcIt-tol of th. Land andXnvestm.nt J. H.< Joiner.-- ALICE: WFLDER. *e'
.
D.ggipt. r.d -o. r II It fsllso e. .. : Bemlnple l .
>, &0, oaOVK'S sianstsre e*) ecb ..... oZIII. ..Company** subdivision 'of I WO..Brorefl. l'h rl4 lands btlnv assessed .In ,tb* U-te. x".trtx..o'.

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liGHT / THE KYC.C.IMMPF VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY.. JUNE i. 1917.

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It I VWV VWVVVBVV. V I V VVVVVVW II II . . II II II II I I II. .
./., Local Red Cross Membership
$ Charter Members 0 f Local Red

Society Notes : '
Campaign Splendid Success '---"
Cross Soccety ,-,
i. I
j. (Mra. E. E. Well., Editor.) .
i.. John A. Cad.ll l'' C. A. Carson H C. I'Itanford' .
,f' 't (Continued from Page One) Mrs John 8. Cadet R. 10. Evans Mre, H, C. Stanford .
send Item Dr W. W. Carson Mies Ines; (arson, 1IfI... Marlfer..t 8tallford
of the Gazette to
Request b made t. aH patron Valley Instituted' whirlwind campaign for average: citizens, of"any communitycan Roma Thomas ,M. Kats' MI. Mattie Stanford

V'' .f Sedety ErenU !1e k the Editor fer pablicatioa ti i these colon membership and in a few I become Red Cross" nurses but H. 10..Haley O'Bryan Mri.Capt..f H,KaU.M. Kats Kenneth He\Vllton MacPh..r.onJAwl. Alderman
f ; T. M. Murhy Mr. H. M. Katz Mr.. 8. 10. Lupfer, Jr.J .
secured the requisite fifty every individual can take some 'partin I.. Oventreet Edgar Kata R.I'. J.upfer, Sr
"t'fl'l . . . . . . . . . . .1111. . .I..OI. . . . . .O..O. 8 H. Bullock Mr. Edgar Kats .. n. 1' Lutz
The list rapidly grew till the activities of the society. First Mr.. 8 H. Bullock .E. 10. 1A.lle S H. llullock Jr
.... .. ..to..oooo.. C. 10. Randy C. W.' Ward Roger I>odd
; 404404440444440404044644: passed the hundred mark. the membership fee of one dollar,($1)) W. r. Barber MI... Anne Bryan Carson n T. SingletarrL
t'l H. In..ram "'. J. Steed
4.
.LAUNCH RIDE TO PARADISE PRESBYTERIAN SOCIAL These operations will is spent directly for supplies, half of Mr.. 1.. H. In..ram 1IIIIt"n PledgerRoht.

'1 + ISLAND 4 June 25th, which closes it in Washington at the national l head. C.E..yo..U Campbell Ur nr. C.T. 11 I., Hyatt RivenlrJ.
:4 ..... t.O.OOO.O.O.O.4 :' quarters and half in the work under- Wade Tucker'' Mr.V.. J. S. Carr
1 . Red Cross Week when it Is Dr W: 4.'lnn Mr.. John Cr..w.11nr '
.O.OOO.tO..O..t. It is the custom of the women, of taken here. The making of' nraicaldreseln&s J. W. Slmp.on 1IIr.V.. 10. Dunne
I that at least M. 8. Eleanor DunneCa
ly expected May 1111.
.t :A jolly party of Kls ,(mmee's :youngpeople the Presbyterian Church to give frequent would not be feasible here Farmer Mies Mildred Lee
dred citizens of but all sorts of hospital supplies could Rev C. H. Summers 1\Ir.. Z. N. Parker
: launch ride to Paradise affairs / Rev W. n. Wlth.r.poon Mlse. Alberta Hop.on
(f. enjoyed a socials. These are very enlisted in this
common be provided and classes for I instruction Mr.. W. B. Wlther.poom. Mlss. Elsle Norton
't Island on Thursday afternoon oft popular. That given last Tuesday is "nn organization of the could be organized.Four Mlae H. M.Lucy Breaker Wlthenpoon Mrs Mrs.. W.Georgia.1. (Scare Jacobs

\ last week spending the hours In un- night maintained the usual record. the people'for the people." r Classes of Instruction Mrs, E, E Wells Mrs, Jennie StefreeD. C, Pa je ,
J. McI'hatter J. H.
if. 'Ique. ,aquatic sports. At t first the en- Mrs. ,J.: W. Brown and Mrsv A. M; As soon as the The Red ;Cross chapters give special : o. Wagner !lfr.., Hallle 1'11I..1'

f :tlre party went !in bathing, then the Moseley 'were hostesses They enter. ganize is received from the attention to four classes of Inst.ruc-I Capt., B Clay H. Hall Johnson Thomas\V. T. Thomaszinc. .... Halnea
ton headquarters, 'mass W. J. Frlpp. Walter L..eMra.
, boldest among the swimmers exem tamed at Mrs. Moseley's ham on Rose be held and officers elected: tion. These are: : W. J. Frlpp Mre.DeWiltonAlderman D, Jelrords!
First.Aid, (for men and wlmen-l0 Mr.. .1 W. Evans!: U I' Garrett A. Nlator ReedMI.
;, plified the port of aqua-planing and avenue' Permanent headquarters .. Mildred Turville I>ir.:A. H. n..ard..n Mr. Flora II. Francis
,1' The spacious lawn was decorated lessons.) Mr.. Jlf. n. Alexander I\Irll, 10. H. ah"on Mlas. Abby Harris'Mr.
, X>f being towed about in the' deepwater ranged, for at that time Elementary Hygiene and Home .. J. W. Drown' lira, .1..McPhatter 1\Ir. JV, Miller
profusely with many flags of various Mrs, J. A. 1IIr. C.1'. GoethaH
Barclay
society lira J. 10.
r of the channel; while they wero sizes also t.h'erandas and the work of the Care of the Sick (,for'wotnen-15 les n. Harper H.If.. Evans n."man .111 r.. E. I... green
, I A as was entire spected and certified before Mr.. H. H. Harper H Mach 1IIra. M. 1\1. \rmor
life preservers spirit
supported by ; sons.) ; ,
; houseeverywhere floated the Mine Marian Porter n: U. Hlmp..on 1IIr. 1\1. A. Clark
f'' t, ot mischief prevailed and even the out. Home Dietetics (for women-15 IIfr. 1If A. Sawyer' lfr.., C. A. Canon R. I. Lupfer Jr.
Stars!! and Stripes. I.Ieut.l.co u" J. J. hellLleut.CalMeCeughen
Jarr..U .
fueter members of the party, who Women Decorate Rl"gt lessons.) ' n.": III Moseley. Allse.Althel hail
< .
The delicious ice cream, personally W. L. Moeelny 'f ,
i were rowing about in a' boat, wero prepared by the hostess, was.,of varl- 'II ,quarters Preparation of Surgical Dressingsfor ,A.W.S.J.N..I."n Mre. \\'. L.'Maselry loin., \\'. H. Crawford
\Ve.tervoH, J\Jn, J. Wade iL
.
; compelled to swim ashore by havIng'f etry'red and white. The table decorations -I In addition to the effort/ women-8 lessons.) Tucker O. Well.j

f} their.bat( overturned. predominated in blue and white. members, other activities Thes classes are made up from .. .

a Th return to land was a signal lor The short*informal program' was begun The Red Cross I members of the society, usually fifteen .. -

'; ""cats" to appear and 'a watermelon also .along :patriotic lines. The entire been requested by the in number, who affecban organization

t .rr,: f't:,,preceded 1k.apgetizing-bapt.n! thoCi i.ca.to dcCora' the with president secretary; etc., They 4 .
,
,,, ,,,! ,,, .8U1aA.uur ,. ., ... . .
'l' = yy I '!" -
iegufii pienTc eupise"; i
' rl'ast"a Spangled Banner and Columbia. Miss une 61K a8 regutratlon ea Tfolflfft rmwt'! 'f"phydlCiawhom \ VisitOur
The moonlight-ride( home was i entered Muriel Prentls recited My Flag and I This first patriotic service they wish to instruct them and LibraryBOOKS
'I' an exciting: event by' thi spirited the this name to Washington for ,
Your.Flag. .Mrs, J, Earle Lupfer read society will be /gladly approval .
. "'water fight,, which was.rafrien onbytlie the 'soul-stirTing""war""iong'-( ;:' the der the direction of a ',; : The'r muner-atlon of this instructor ... RENTED '

craws and passengers ol the two motional air'of France-The Marsel- mittee, Mrs. M. Katz.' ? .' : is left to the class itself to be
J launches-'carrylncc the puty.f1 laise. inson and Mrs.'L.. H. ' arranged for as it deems fit

:' The picnicker* Included: Mrs., J. D. Guests were generously served with and'chairs will be secured While it advisable' to expand this JOe A WEEK

"J ',' XHark, 'Mrs H. C. Stanford, Misses ice cream and cakes from small tableson tional colors will be instruction to cover the greatest num .
''Thelma Osborne, Lottie Clark Carolyn ber'of in the Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing
;t f the ]awn. Youthful vendors- and bunting. people community possible
.1' Fripp Margeret and Mattie Stanford -,' Brown and Reed-in caps of colors Benefit Entertainment at there are many women who will a Specialty.. ,
' Corrie Cannon Mary and Kath- not be able to attend these classes, but
sold peanuts and popcorn. A dainty Mrs. S. H. Bullock has .
rine Tiller' Messrs Dick and Ned Bullock who can'give
substantial aid by makIng
maid of sweets chairman of :
dispensed a variety an
Roy Grave, Basil Hamilton' and from the candy counter.A mittee to arrange for a nursing supplies for the war hos- Dr. H. E. Cole, Optometrist, will be at ki i '

I, .Arthur JarrelL ., silver offering yielded a goodly Red Cross to be held at the ; pitals. Sheets, pillow cases, pajamas, usual place u this ertablithmeit every T.e..

..... . ... . ..... . .t. . wet for the manse repair fund but day evening. Assisting her i socks of anything needed 'for the comfort ... day, to meet hi* friend and patient ?, .
+ better than all else was the goodly M. Katz, Mrs. Gay a hospital patient, may be eWe

.* MOTHERS-TEACHERS CLUB : community spirit filling the air be- L. H. Ingram Mrs.W. J. '! made by a good needle woman without. : E. SANDERSON & CO.

H .. 4 neath the telling heavens, a glorious Claude Harper Mrs. H. : special instruction.
,, .. ..... tt..O..tt... moon, the field of blue,and the stars Mrs. W. J. Sears, Mrs. C. Decide in what line you wish to JEWELERS
i .- I work and begin at once by joining the Successor to I ,
eternal Mrs. H. C. Stanford.
.A recent' meeting was one of', thnicost At this time a recital i Red Cross. If you have not. already H. 0. BROWN & CO.

' _Interesting given thli year Mr Miss Jessie Boston left Monday for Sarah Peck Hines of been personally invited to do so itt is ,
'W. B. Makinson Mr! M. C. Bryan
Decatur 111., where she will spend the because you have not answered'four:
C. reader
and
Mrs. Cecile
)In. R. M, Evan and Mrs. WhiteParkei' I door bell or the call. (g
telephone
summer. Every J
'. vocalist of Sanford will be "
club result
brought tw the
,
I woman and child in the entire
added
I considerable investigation: on their re.pectln'lubjects.Natlonal I the city, the cause cannot be,attributed evening entertaining will be the picture.feature >' community is urged to co-operate in' ----
: and State this great work. I II G. A. R. OBSERVED PROGRAM FOR RKI!: CRO to any local, neighborhood care- Fauntleroy. A portion of KIT GRAND TONIGHT
Good Road Seminoles' and
k Parks ,
I If you have not'given name .
your ,
less. DECORATION DAY
from
this IN
Bird Protection. MI. Laura Thomas< entertainment fill in the blank !. 8pn ing's wakening (Sand.raon) ..
It Is to the Cross i published in this Cecile ,
a public matter up city swell the Red fund. .Wallace.r.
;'Augvata Winn and Cornelia Lancaster week's Gazette and mail APPROPRIATE MANNER. The Wlnnlni or
itj together Katherine
for abatement for it is development ,pu.tlnI
; levered the club with vocal and instrumental a new Anxious be bf 1 I u. McCarthy) alias Hine..
back I with the dollar to some member of the '- Vlal IV Artie Vll U'Amore .
few had
only a years we While the Red Cross (To -
music: is.a ": ca Puccini) CrnUe -
committee and save the ladle a'trip The national 'Decora tlon Wallace
Day
no mosquitoes their was not was 4. MIce Fore. .
; song organization for the *' Play (Nell .) MI..
. . . .. ............0... heard in the land. alleviation of suffering in in the hot sun. A number took this fittingly observed Wednesday by the JUne.K. .(a) My Bona! (b) Nn ,Oargen
;tiI, .4 4 Some weeks ago the Civic' Dept; of and method of joining last week and their: members of the Howard Post of the (Florence I>a.* Clere) Cecile
l'I
peace war, j just new e. The atllBlue
.4 GIRLS OF 'EPWORTH ELECT 4. the K. W. C.f sent n'reminder: to the war cloud hangs over the consideration was surely appreciatedby
.4. OFFICERS .4 'City Council, nbout the mosquitoesbreeding women are anxious' be those soliciting. Ladies of the G. A. R. who gathered .

.,O 4 place in the open ditch on service to the Until the authorization arrives from at their hall In! the Casino building at MRS.; PHILLIPS DEAD '

.......................... Dakn avenue. We trust it .Ss'beir., feature! the government Washington all persons., joining, the 9 o'clock, and were taken to the cemetery '.
' --:- ',.,."...* J; [',;/,,';. looked into It'' is confidently:believed I. niount'ln'the'mind'of' of society's all.: I society !'",will '">be:. considered. i'charter in autos After decorating the- 'Mrs '!"F.'S:'Phillips died at her home .

The Girls 'of Epworth held abusi- that If this'open sewer were done members. graves with 1Iowen'they assembled in North Kissimmee Sunday and was "

Tiess meeting recently and elected the away with the number of mosquitoes - - --- ------- --- I around a grave shaded by a great oak buried In Rose Hill, Cemetery Wednesday ,
following' officer for the ensuing .Ot ..ttO o..o tree, where the beautiful afternon. The funeral service I
would be lessened. But whatever r be .* 1 .oO tO.tOto o t.O 1 memorial was ;
year: President Miss Lois Overstreet; the cause of the scourge It can certainly 4 ROYAL NEIGHBORS service was conducted by CommanderH. held at the Presbyterian church and \"i I
'vice-president Lelia McCrannie; secretary be hunted down and eradicated.No TAINED + PRETTY PARTY FOR LITTLE 4 Ebby, assisted by Acting Chaplain was conducted by Rev. W. B. Wither-

l : Kathryn, McKay; treasurer; other public undertaking could 4 1 i FOLKS. Cosner> and Comrade Vail spoon. ,A large number of friends to ,

Johnnie Bronson; reporter Christie compare with this. in beneficial results, 6 OOO oo 1 I The return to the hall was the signal whom the deceased had endeared herself j
W. Summers.: 0 I for( a luncheon and -sandwiches during the'' of residence 1
ether in health comfort, or from a' financial : years
,The'president' will appoint' superb.tendent.'of viewpoint by inducing peopleto Miss Marion Sargent I'I'e Christine Reeves, who Is the doughnuts, coffee, punch and cakes here, gathered to honor the dead.

the first, second, third and stay here during the aummer the Royal Neighbors lodge her aunt Miss Marion Sar- were bountifully served. 'Mrs. F. S. Phillips formerly Miss J

-fourth departmenta months and keep the money at home friends Friday. night__ very__. gent; and Eleanor Rosin charmingly Then the entire assembly took partin Nettie Nichols was born at Columbus 4-
H entert fined number of an informal patriotic program of Ohio, January 28, 1854. She was "
and likewise find out how delightful a a their small married -
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apartments 'the ,
.4 4'O I summer can be. Sitting out in the delicious friends Saturday afternoon from 2:30 talks, recitations and musical num to F. S. Phillips.May 8, 1888, and i

OHt THOSE MOSQUITOES! < : cool of the evening last night, I building. Informal to 5:30: ,at,their apartments at the Gazette bers.Mrs. went to New Yorlf; City, where he was ..

d0 ; 4 the mocking birds singing in the big pretty fancy work occupied building., The little folks made Mary Harmon and her two in business Here she put-her' church .

OO O..t..Ot.i..t.t....!. oaks, the festoons of moss swaying i%i who were further merry with games throughout the aft, daughters sung several very appropri letter in one of the Presbyterian.
the breeze from the lake and moon- amusing contest and by ernoon which was concluded with delicious ate songs. Misses Lenore and Fran churches of that city. 'j

KI..lmmee.Valley Gazette: light shimmering on the water I won- little Christine Reeves and refreshments! of lemon sherbet, cis VanDuzer recited patriotic selections In 1890 they moved to Unidalla,

.Some'of the members of the Kls- dered where a more delightful summer Rosin. punch and cakes. President H. M, Porter Mrs. N. Y., and she put her membership in

simmee Woman's Club have been bombarded environment could be found.'For truly Miss Nellie Best assisted At the party were Christine Reeves, Wemple Mrs. Belle Modiem and Mrs the Presbyterian church in that city, "

lately by complaints about and here is where every prospect pleases ess In_serving delicious Eleanor Rosin, Eleanor Overstreet Cosner gave splendid talks along pa. where it remains. Here as well as in

'r inquiries as to the cause of the present and only mosquitoes are vile. fruit punch and home-made Madge'and Eunice Rivers Virginiaand triotic lines. Several of the G. A. R. That city"she was an active and effect

influx of mosquitoes. A* these Acting Chairman. I Clyde Harris,'Margeret and Helen spkoe and alternating with these tire worker in the church.

complaints come from every.section of Civic Dept. K. W. C. "1,000 acres" of Sweet. Win Dorris and George Taylor of pleasant features were old famllar In August, 1914 she was taken with

Klssimmee. Pierce, who ,are visiting' their grand' songs on a comet, played by Mr. pneumonia while with her' sitter at

parenti, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Best; De- Smith of Company B, N. G. F., accompanied Minneapolis Minn., and in the fall

liah and Julia Ledbetter, Olivine Sav- by Mrs. Modie. came with her husband to this place

: I, &'e..and.Eleanor..Burroug'h.---- --- ._..EYen..reminllcence.andatorytelling' : where-they-have-resided slncershbe'-_'
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\ had.Its' place in this fitting memorial ing an invalidmost of the time.

GREATER VITAGRAPH FEAT. service. '
URES TO BE AT GRAND I On Sunday afternon a memorial Mrs. J. A, Simmons of Arcadia and

EVERY THURSDAY IN FUTURE service was held at the G. A. R. Hall at Miss Mary.Moye, also of Arcadia visited

; There's In If 2:30: o'clock.' This was well 'attendedand Mrs L. H. Ingram last Saturday t
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. InJ of keeping giving with Kissimmee'only their avowed intention the the rendered following: Impressive programwas and Sunday.

"1,000 acres of Sweet Potatoes forKlsslmm. '
best in motion pictures the Grand Chorus, "America" s
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,/ Amusement Company announces that i Invocation Chaplain Vale of the O.
Thursdays.hereafter the Greater .
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** '-, .,, Carpet your rose garden withe lettuce not' paniiei' -there's money Vitagraph features will be shown. Song, male quartet of the Baptist

in. u.*- ,. . '' Manager McIntosh has been contemplating church, Messrs. Jones, Carson Farmer Give .'
this change for some time but Smith and Harold Herzberg.
Take more ground this for garden and make it useful '
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year your waited patiently until he could perfect Reading the "Origin of Memorial

': s as well|. a* ornamental. ,, tIt arrangements'whereby the films of Day.",Mrs. Thrasher. ,

i company would be absolutely new Patriotic talks W. H. Por. '
I will pay you well to put potato vines where the lawn was; beam y Mrs. ,Flowers
j i OD the same circuit with the largo ter and Mrs. Francis VanDuzer. '1"For
t a t e raditeh, peas. etcvt where' your flower were a year ago. st cities in the state. The first re, Song by the Misses Harmon r

e 1 ,' /r': u have room-enough to have a real garden 'where you can'.,\ ,, f under this new schedule will be Original reading, Mr*.*'Belle Modie.Song All Occasions ,

4 raise. your. own vegetable and tome for your neighbors, betide. ., ''.''t.. ?.i", i be on mighty Thursday.filmatlzation of next week of, and the Song,, quartet.Mrs. Mary Harmon '1, .
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d' e a The profit to be had in actual cash will surprise,. you.CITIZENS . -, ,,' ':: stage drama "The Hawk" feat ,Readin 'Decorating the: Graves ,of MILLS THE'FLORIST ji
; ; .. .handsome and talented ro Wemple. f
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3t .. :'" :." actor Earle Williams A pe the Blue and the Gray Mrs. A. A. .. INC. ; '\
of the weekly will dis
4r neaaasrntaea, program Song, Quartet. .. '
close.many.other worth-while 'je- Closing prayer Mrs. VanDuzer.
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BANK ri ., not forgetting the big Red 36 ,W. Fortyth St.,:

benefit tonight, an account of Miss Sarah Hines returned to her JACKSONVILLE FLA.; :;
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OF KISSIMMEE will' be found elsewhere)in this home' in Sanford, last Monday aft ryIlt ,

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