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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 8, 1917
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00806
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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___ __, ...-....b.. J ze.a'' .. > ...*.-......*,tees U5SBBICE, FRIDAY JUNE, 117 _VOLUME' XX-NO.. 2S
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whistle announced to Kissimmee that

were to be given a chance to inscribe -191 MEMBERS EN- FARMS-ROAD MATTERS UP.

their names as possible members; of ROLLED. FOR ADJUSTMENT. +

America's new army that would stand ,-

shoulder'to shoulder in the, struggle That Kissimmee patriots are hot all __ -
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I The County Commissioner had a
men was evident Tuesday, for all day ]
cfor the of the world against
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N . [ A.seetatl.r
M.prIN .
long members of the Red Cross Chapter somewhat busy.session on Monday. A
the atrocities of In several cities the Women's' Club and Organizations are carrying on a'campalJrJamong
'crowd'gathered in front of the occupied the.small' stand placed their members to buy a United States.Liberty Bond for baby. It's a most excellent plan and rood many people appeared before the

building where the registration for just at the entrance to. the registration A'can be adopted in every city and town in the, state. I Board in support of. various, claim ;

elective draft would take place long headquarters reminding the .. . The session opened with an appeal
"before the hour for opening arrived, "boys" by their' presence and by the '
from S. J. Trlplett, of St. Cloud, representing -
and rivalry existed as to whom indefinable touches added to the room
some Fair Kissimmee the Florida Food Conservation
be Hostess -
should be, the first to Inscribe his where the enrolling was carried on, to Committee,the United States and
that a woman's influence is ,as far.
name. the State of Florida., The members of
o'clock Chief RegistTar reaching as the nation's1 call. '
Sharply, at r--the-.Go'otL&ads.
?? Edgar K t..W 7 Tn-hTs 'p l ace:'with 't1'eteMmw... added to ," .. , -. . .. .&oQStezs -&aMI-the School attended-leas Board body stopped:....,KwoJrd.le their work
the list registration day by Miss Anne
Gf W. Dann, A. E. Thomas, P. K.'G. M."'Shearouse and J. W. Bryan Carson, chairman.the mem- The Central Florida Highway Association Publicity' and Publication*W H,'Olenn Florida Highway .AssociaUon-r. :hasserved stated, that' a condition, not a' theory,
Road K.
Steed assisting. .. bership committee and her committee, will meet in Kissimmee on I Tour Committee. P. HolbrookHIRway WymanAute Its purpose, and that there is faced the county;; that the people' especially
which consisted of Miss Ruth Butler Jun. 13th and 14th next when over Beautlncatlon-\V. M. Glenn for it exist independent in the south will have to raisemore
Messrs.; Katz, Weaver and Sbearoueewere Transportation --.-..__.Forre.t Lake no longer use to as an
and If this I I.
the first to enter their Mist Lucy Wltheripoon, Miss"'Margaret one hundred of the most progressive Legislative ---------v. O. Uroreln body. On 'the contrary,, produce, not done
Stanford Mrs. Bullock citizens of this part of the state are Hpelal Mapped .. M Smith those who ,, the think we will have to fight the Germans on-
names on the registration sheets, then Stanley Inland Wat rway- ... -..CR.. Walker oppose merger '
others followed till a total of 275 was Jr., Mrs" M. S. May Miss,Amy Mak- expected to be present. Kissimmee Klctlon of Officer: ,:President!, l'e'r-.t. there is yet much,work for the association American soil H. said that England

reached. Everything '"'was handled inson. Miss Marian Porter Mrs. Eugene has a reputation of extending an'un-Seer.tall to accomplish and that it Is the and France were'ln danger 'of being;

a with order and dispatch and no antagonistic Bryan and Mrs J. D. Clark. usually ,fine brand of hospitality to bro the/ president.same per.on-to be appointed liveliest, road organization that has overpowered by Germany through Its

element; marred the day. The. J'oanawomen served In relay at her guests and this ,occasion .shouldbe Address'*.----------Hon.: Good Road In Florida C. A.'' Carson ever existed in the state, and the mason submarines. That: the 1918 crop was-

After'' the first crowd had been s en the registration headquarters 'and solicited no exception to:the rule. Everybody Adress, : Activities. State Highway Department that,it has" accomplished what It short 400,000,000 bushel of wheat.

rolled the applicants were easily registered membership throughout the en- should make it his duty to be what It proposes-What to It do.ha Hon.* done Ed Boott and set out to do was because It happen 400,000,000 bushels of' corn, and the

and by, 9:45 p.. m.,!every detail -,. tire day from 7 o'clock in the morning present ,,at?this ,meeting and give 'a Inland Election Watrway.l of Director from C.each A. Walker county. to''' get a live bunch in control, which same hundred of and oats barley and million rye. bushels Nine 9

In this precinct was complete. until the hour of closing at'9 o'clock. "glad hand",.to the visitors., would probably ,not bty'in,control of_ seventy-one

The registration blanks are' arranged ., That'the response was generous is attested rroarafor' , Meeting The Orlando, Reporter-Star thinks the merged organizations. were needed to feed Great Britain, .

to classify the men a* they are I by the number secured.t June 14,,1'17.- '. as this' is the annual' meeting It''will The, Kissimmee meeting will probably Prince, Italy and Belgium this year.
Will Be Organized be of greater interest and importance be well attended. The volunteer system has proved to be>
enrolled for service or as claiming exemption Chapter .:30 A. M. Grayetove Opera Hews ,
on account of -being in the I .' "Your letter of May 23rd, with list Invocation..Dr.,W, B. Wtlhrton than the quarterly meetings; ,The The officers of the association how a failure and the administration. was y
Address of Welcome..J. 8. Cadet future; policy of the association will forced: to adopt the selective draft
judicial executive or legislative service of paid-up members, is very satisfac Response. for C. F. H, A.. are:
_._.__. for discussion He said we have failed la
T H. Bryan President come and decision
up T. Ed. Bryan of Tampa, president.
,,on account of physical disability,, tory. I,enclose herewith formal petition Rrlet Review. of Organization.Meeting ,
on account dependent relatives or blank and suggestions that may . ; Called to Order by Pre.. Bryan. The e is talk of merging the ...ocl- M. M. Smith, Orlando. first Call for Reading- Minute atio with other bodies,and it Is likely people to plant more stuff. The FlorIda -
for any other reason. be helpful, in the completion of your Call for Report. of Officers president. Committee
few Report of Secretary..L P. Dlekte that this will arouse some objections G. G. Ware. Leesburg, second vice- Food Conservation did
noticeable that .rrledmen'
It,was organization. '
Report of Tre..ur.rJ' H. Scales
not have the
? to put the State
claimed exemption though'many Tbli.l./ the state55eht t of ,Guy' E. Can for ;Reports of Committee. ItU claimed by some'that the Central president. convicts to,work power onpubli' lands, but

1 others registered as having depend. navel; director of the Southern Division H. Clay Stanford Kissimmee, third have
S County Commissioner did the
dent relatives. of the American Red Cross, vicepresident.J. power, and he that this be done.

c ,One commendable incident\ was; told writing'to Mrs. William L., Dunne, OSCEOLA COUNTY M NTHLY MEETING H, Scales,Perry, treasurer.. That if enough urged food I) not'nl.eeI? this

of two'brothers who! are-caring. for chairman of the committee; : organization ., L. P. Dickie'Tampa, secretary..
their widowed mother., Neither wished , following the authorization to Members of the executive commit year ,the administration would .be'forced y

to claim the exemption but they secure members with'a view' ''to. organizing FOOD COMMISSION CITY' COUNCILThe tee are: T.. Ed, Bryan president; L. lose to proclaim an embargo' ,and ,
then said
war. Mr. Trlplett
stated that one must slay'at home, a chapter In Kissimmee., .. P, Dickie, secretary; M. O. Overstreet, '
that in his the farmer I.
opinion more-
55 and they decided to wait until one was which will have the direction of the F. W. Perry L. Whitney, 'W. G.
S of a patriot than a soldier. ''He llluf-.
called then the other must remain. work of the Red, Cross In Osceola The County Food Preparedness The utmost harmony prevailed at Brorein. -i.\ and' J.";B. ScalesBOYS' trated the* by a story of twd'Imaginary

; In recording the citizenship of the county. Commission' of Osceola county will be the regular meeting of the city solons "sons of Commissioner B.:,:H.;Guy.
x men, two wen found 1 lri, the) precinctwho The names of seventy-three paid-up held at the council PIG CLUB BUYS '
officered and room Tuesdaynight.
managed by the follow- Charles enlists. He Is escorted to the
were: alien-allies, but not one members were sent In to Mr. Suavely Every member of the council MORE VALUABLE STOCK
depot by the town band the whole
alien-enemy registered The membership'now numbers a ing persons: "was on the job; together'with City ' .' .- ."- ,':.. : ,,-,,. is there to on'the'
town \him get,
Reports from the entire 'county hundred"and ninety-one, and it Is Chairman of Board-of County Com- Clerk Gilbert City.Attorney O'Bryan, County Agent B.,, E."Evans has just train. The girls see shower,flower, and

showed a total of 623 men who were hoped to make this five hundred by- he ml.slonerErn: Mack, Kissimmee. ti delegation from the band and a received another shipment of fine ped- favors him and his companions..

of military age, 387 white and JaG ne time the ch.rter'membeJship: list County,Superintendent of Public Instruction number of citizens. igreed shoals,to become the propertyof He upon to the Border and returns

groes. Of this number, 163 did not closes and the chapter Js,formally organized C. E. Yowell Kissimmee. ? While the matters under consideration the boys of Osceola county. These stuffed goes with glory. More bands, more--

claim exemption from draft. Every person who joins before County Farm Demonstration Agent were not of grave importance are pure bred Duroc-Jersey,' and speeches. He 1st tendered a. banquet ;+
These reports were received at Sheriff the organization meeting will\ be but five six monthsold
: line
-B E. Evans, Kissimmee. each taken up showed some prog- though they are or by the principal citizens of his home
Ingram's office Wednesday and the a charter member of the chapter. County Home Demonstration Agent ress and everything indicated the city they'wilt weigh,from'sixty to one town. He is a hero. All the time

registrars given their receipts. They The campaign for membership will -Miss Albina Smith, Kissimmee. 10f Kissimmee to .be under very careful hundred pounds., John is working at home on the farm.

were then turned over, to J. L. Over- be continued under the direction of Representative of the Women's efficient management. This shipment comes from the lie Is the producer that keep Charles ;
street for tabluation when one copy Mrs Anne Bryan Carson and her committee Carol Mobile o\1' .
Clubs, selected by Mrs. JenningsMrs. Councilman Thomas reported workon plantation near , *, at the front. Nobody any5atten-
was placed on record and the other until.the close of Red Cross J. Earle Lupfer, Kissimmee. the streets in progress, especially and has been subjected toga double tion to John. lie Is just pays an ordinary k
forwarded to Washington. week, June 18-25 when the final organization treatment of which should
l Leading Banker, appointed by along the line of trimming'the trees, serum, Farmer, who is doing his duty! and
Nearly five minutes were required meeting will,J>e held, and make the Immune from cholerafor
George D. DeSaussure-C. A. Carson, and said that necessary repairs on the hogs wearing overalls. Mr. Trlplett stated
1 by each person to answer the questions officers elected. The date for the organization Kissimmee. city dock had been made. life. I
that It takes six men to keep one man
and to make the necessary V ota.t meeting has not been set, Editor of the Leading Newspaper, Councilman Haley stated that peo- r.r There were"ten in,, the shipment,I in the trenches that the Commissary (

tion. More than this length of time but will likely be announced in the I to be named by S. J. Triplett-W. B.Harris ple in the outlyinadi.trlct.. were glad-. nine for this vicinity and one\ for Department has; won all .wars, and to ,

-was required by the illiterate negroes, next issue of the Gazette. Whittier. All of these have been
r' I ,, of .the Valley Gazette Kissimmee' ly conforming to. the ordinances regarding ! send food was to win the war He
r -many of whom had great dUA nlty in The additloal charter members follow .' "*. 'sanitary conditions and were taken by the boys and more_are re- again appealed to the County Commissioners

determining) their age. Fully 60 percent : Representative of the Labor Organizations making the officers no trouble in en- quested. These Pig Clubs are'recelv. to,put the convicts to work r }

t were uncertain on this point. Geo. W. Best, W. E. Sanderson,i to be named by J. H. forcing the city rules of sanitation. I ing the financial backing of three on'the public lands to raise a crop of

When' one of these was asked if he Mrs.. W, E. Sanderson, F. H. Lawson, Mackey-Archie'Edwards Kissimmee. Councilman Carson said that the banks, the State Bank and Citizens food stuffs, and that the sheriff send

1 -was twenty years' old, he replied that MVs. J. Z. 'Rober on. Miss Ethel Representative of Local Farmers' last shipment of meters had arrived, Bank of Kisslmmee and the First out dragnet and .' vagrant ji
a capture -
be did not know, though he was positive Roberson, Miss Anne Hyatt, Miss National'Bank of St Cloud. very
Organization, or a leading farmer, and would be installed within the next ; he found in the county Everyman
r that he was born In '84, Another Frances Bay, Mrs. H. W. Boice, S. S. '
selected by J, L. Shepard-Not yet ten days, when every water subscriberin who escaped the draft 'should j
applicant said he was eleven!, years old Phillips A. M. Story J. H. Redditt, ,
.selected. the city would have meter service K. OF,P. ELECT OFFICERS work two hours a day. Every:family .
k[I -: at the time of the "earthquake." B. F. Lester, M. Tiller, G.. F., Kribbs, Representative 'of Business Men's Councilman Thomas reported a In Osceola consumed (84; worth''

<< When asked what earthquake he was Miss Mattie Bandy,'W.. S. Pearce, l Association--Secretary: of.: the Kls- complaint from a number of citizens At the regular meeting of Friendship of food last county and raised $21 worth.

. ,-_--- ...:-unable to say, and the registrars: !..were Passenger; H. C.: Piano, J. -R. -Gilbert simmee Board of Trade...- __ who-have' suffered from small pilfer- Lodge of the Knights of' Pythias :he.-dijfereI'\Qe year, was $63; _Monroe: '

puzzled until Weaver aked'what Mrs.. E. G.-Van. Agnew, H. J:Barnes, Leading Farm Woman, selected by ings and who have urged city fathers held Wednesday "hTgrht,, the fern1-&M raised only $1.25 capita in

Y5, state he came. from and the reply was John E. Hartley, G. B. Skipper, Rosalie Miss Harris-Mrs.'Homer'Partin, regulate the sale of 'junk" as 'a possible nual election of officers was held with county 1916. The 40,000 maker, In +

:,,: 'South Carolina identifying the timeas ; W. B., Crawford, Gary Brown, simmee. remedy for this evil. At Mr. the following result S. L. Lupfer, C. Tampa must be fed this cgar Who is

the Charleston '.hock. and C. W, J, Parr, Harry A. Hunter Gay C. Liv- These county -food commissioners Thomas' request Attorney O'Bryan C..; Carson Farmer,.V. C.j: J. M. Gardner going to feed them f'year.In Virginia

ass, Dann was sent out on the street to ascertain ingston; L. M. Whldden Emory Lee have not organized yet, having had no read a proposed ordinance coveringthe Prelate; W. J. Steed. M. of W.; man must work 36-hour a week

S this exact date. Martin. Hudson Bass, Graham Young, meeting.The situation, which met the approvalof Sam Gardner, .Mat A3;;'W, B.'Craw at every legitimate trade, and that the' 4
,,''" One j of the colored brethren was Otis Stephens, Mrs. S. H. Bullock, Jr., following 'notlftc.tlon", receivedby the entire council. The usual sub- : ford, I. G.; John S, CacrerO. G. These authorities her had the

s ? asked' how old he was and replied A. W. Gustus, Frank T. Blackburn, a member of the county" commission sequent readings were waived and'the officers will be installed at the first a to make work.undisputedright He said u

.twenty-four. lie could n Y ,ever, when he was born and when : John Pugh,. Paul K, Weaver Robert promised .
commission,and its functions the vote of.those present. night these new, officers are installed, that Osceola 'would do her
questioned as to how be knew he was : Page A. E. Thomas;C.-A.; : Canon, Jr., Continued a Pythian Veterans' jewel earned by County '
Eight. !
q. ( on Page ) (Continued on Page Eigh\) full duty in this matter He statedthat
.e twenty-four, he replied "I jes keeps Mrs. C. A. C.rlOn. Jr., W. G. Hankins, _ twenty-five years active membership .
most bar.arous
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s trac' of It." Mrs. W.'G. Hankins:Mrs. W. B. Mak- .In the order, will be presented with ; were"
of people 'ever known
One of these applicants insisted, that Inson Mrs. Claude Harper, Miss Amy appropriate ceremonies to Hon. FrankW > race ; ,

lie'was twenty-eight years old and Makinson, John H., Cobb,. Sam Har- BOARD OF TRADE Hill, of Narcoossee, the presentation that they fat take for their munitions own dead and extract -, ;' ;,

'"r -claimed exemption as he had father well, J. M. Will Jr. made the purposes
: a 011, Mrs J. M. I speech being by one of the and use the residue to' feed pigs and

-t, 'a mother ''a wife and eight.children Willson,Jr., A..S. Gilbert W.B.,Harris The regular meeting of the Board of Trade past chancellors! of the local lodge.,, for fertilizer.:, He said we are fighting '
dependent upon him.' ; J..D. Clark Mrs. J. D Clark. Jim '
will be held the Board of 40,000,000 Germans; that France had ,
at Traderooms on
Perhaps the most mirth-provoking. Goodman, 'B. M. Hall, Miss Claire Support the bond election. and had ca:
them for three
r answer came from: one of the smallerprecincts. Hathaway Miss )France. Tress, Mrs. ?:30 'o'clock-this evening. A. '" fought them.back years thlrtyoneI
is' forced
.5 ., The negro was asked. if he Anna Tress;Mrs. Clay Johnson Dan large attendance is desired as arrangements,, E. L.: and'G. M. Onntr et. with I only miles that England. and Franc. were

had,had military training, and replied, O'Berry", Mrs. W. I.,. Barber. J. W. their cousin Carl Overstreet, of West ; a
told the United
S v"No?,sir, boss; '1'.. only had life In- Thompson Miss Lena Lord Mrs T. will be made to entertain the Central Florida Palm Beach are vl.lUnatheir brother; now resting and had take It ,;,,:.T
"now have to np.F
I, surance.One.felt. M. Moseley. Miss May' Firman., Miss, Highway Association which meets. in this city.: J. I*, and .family.-' They expect toleave There States,would you be Another call: for a: ,&. v'' '
sure that he must be over Minnie Firman. in few, for Ft.
'a days Valley,
5 next Wednesday and Thursday.A. million men In this country. H. said
thirty year* ot'a..e for his,mother re- where they .will engage in the fruit ''
Get acquainted ,with the Highway : ... that the Seaboard, Air Line had,ca.\
B.THOMAS Sec. ROMA THOMAS Pres., packing business during the,fruit .
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r. w VALLEY FRIDAY. JUNE 8. 1917 ., ;00

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reap success, but one old brother" declares I i 1,1N fioRIDAf1ETAlPAOl mf4 ;

Rex Visits that the end is not and
yet as :
said brother "is an able and skillful I W.C.T.U.; COLUMNArmy : MANUFACTUREMETAL

-. huntsman, we may have yet to recorda r

.StCloud'' success which will surprise both bill;forbids sale.of liquor to CEILINGS

county.and state. men id uniform.
The good roads from St. Cloud CULVERTS SHINGlf 5
to Section, 12.. It shall be unlawful to i l
f Rex has just returned from one of meet the one expected from Kissimjrvee sell any' Intoxicating: liquor, including Rats and Mice AND OTHtk I
lI I is almost completed. It only remains beer ale or wine to officer Carry Disease '. .
his many visit* to St. cloud. Th any or SHEET METAL ,

Sugar Belt'is' often behind Its regular and we for will our I certainly people to have do their somethingto share in member uniform.of the military'toree. while !K1! ]. 'IJtDI Electric; by tashs fSttlatstf' 1 BUILDING \i

time in leaving our city but never boast of. Paste MATERIAL '

z varies more than a minute or two .in Our friend Joe I I. having the time of Mr. Ellis, W. C. T. U. Supt of Leg. 'Sold Full eet DtreettotM. ....U...ta lilt II aura: sad*tuU. **. rpftCATAioftu'want TODAY lING QUOTATION aHtl4&: 4

traveling between the two cities, calculating his life at Washington. The most remarkable {I.lation., Washington, D. C., writes .ft,-ewewMsesrt....U '' JACKSONVILLE.. .FLA.C1SOH ... .
.twenty-three minute to congress, ever assembledwith that Mrs Thatcher, Mrs. Lenna Yost Little Feet Work Haroc !

make the trip and forty minute for the most perplexing legislationever and herself'waited ,upon Rt. Hon. Arthur OPPOSITION FOR SEARS On Ordinary Floor tG
Its run' from St. Cloud to N required of an American congress James Balfour head of the Brit. -

and return and you will not be found since the revolution do the very ish Mission, by appointment Thursday TALLAHASSEE, June 7.--Candidates You can keep floor ''fn '

much out of theway.. best they can and severe criticism will May 24, to present him with an for Congress in'the Fourth district , perfect them condition aftalnstheel and G FflilEH s sr

While at st. Cloud we visited L. B. I follow every fellow. Every fellow appears American flag. She says We wero are looming up in great numbers nark protect and cratcheewlth
Drawdy and his interesting; family. It to think he could do so much escorted bone:;; of ,n...,e eecre ta rs es'te three of those mentioned being real; j

was strictly a buslnes trip and after better' if he were there himself; But the private office of'Mr. Balfour. He dents of Duval county.. At the present .9k SELLS .
finishing the business in hand, we re- with all this turmoil and confusion our was sitting at his desk when we entered ',time there are six probable candidates a ,

turned home; Democratic rooster retains his pa but rose and came forward to for the place now held by Hon.. ADAMANT L Fire Life; -Accident and .'
The Wonder City is certainly' business triotism. He s willing to sacrifice the greet us. Mrs. Thacher after a few W. J. Sears of Kissimmee. i

locality; and its people living in life of his progeny to a limited extent woids of explanation, shook out the Senator Ion L. Farris is known to FLOOR PAINTDries Health Plate Glass, Liability ''a\ '

town and its suburbs vie with each providing it will benefit the cause and silken folds a handing the Star, and be considering seriously becoming a 'f
other in creating the business which would be willing to risk his own future Stripes to Mr. Balfour said: "We present c candidate Hon.' Marion B. Jenningshas Over Nightand and Boiler Insurance. 1

Is the life of the: town. We found on good and welfare: should the country this nag as a gift of the N tionalWoman's indicated he 'will be in the race gives your floors a beautiful .

our return all things as they should require such risk for the good and Christian Temperance and Hon. Cromwell Gibbons' is ,being Comes, sanitary in nine hifth-ftloas colors. finish. Legal Bonds Executed

at Peter Savage's, and enjoyed one of welfare of all. He's:patriotic all right Union," and ,wont on to speak, of the urged by his friends to enter the cam- Ask for Color Card Same Day Needed.
the best dinners we had eat'for sometime and shows his love of country by a Countess of Carlisle as the honored paign. Senator Fogarty, who 'was a .

Miss Loke's cooking and general great flapping wings and a crowing president' of"the World's V. C. T. U. candidate against Mr.: Sears last year, aDd FREE How-Uliutratrd to Paint,Them Booklet," "Homes
l table management equals the that signifies that he's American allover and of the many years 'Lady Henry has been urged to be a candidate and OFFICE: Statt Baii' BulldlDg'
finest cooked dinners in what is terms REX. Somerset was officially connected with Senator McWilliams is said to have PEASLEE-CAULBERT INOO..O.ATtOLOUISVILLE CO. .

'red the very, best of our hotels, and a the 1 World's organization. Mr., Balfour the bee buzzing in his bonnet. I I IHon. KENTUCKY: I II I ,

mother's Instructions ,again show to WOMEN holding up the flag, said:,:;Do let N. C. Bryan, member of the Co I
} advantage. for Myrtle is likewise one SHOULD DEMAND me 'thank you for this beautiful gift, house ,from Osoeola .county, has been I Osceola Hardware T. M. RIVERS. M. D. .

of, the! beat cooks in the county, and the most beautiful Stars and StriDes urged to make the race, but declared -I Kissimmee\ Ha. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
.r little Paul is still the same little mischievous WAR BREADDR. 1 t have ever seen." A few'words of fur- to a reporter: of the press'that he I I Office over Osceola. Pharmacy
..' .. urchin, full of fun 'and frolic, .. they SiftM.nff.O'4wr.walke4down.Ui nullno..nte-4he-eampatgn. ci1;' ,:;;,0.r.;' w' L.t: : ;) GsiT-t.ddurtd..;dl;;WaXmri4amd; -' xa
"':;; ' '' ." \M ,1".11,1.-; ... :;;:..'" :..,;'".......;;J..i..i.I'I: !! I ,.
: "and the' oy'anil. p agiftl ol"'t: e'TTouse-: ,- Ip&cloul halls, and our pleasant visit, also said that George ,Powell .of..Jack: . , Offlo lit. "6' ,' .
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'!, hold' .', WILEY SAYS WE ,ARE bids::: woe at an end ,".'"*, sonville has'been. slated. "as a candy! ,r To'Cu"" a eo c.'n One Day '.' "r

1 Our postof Ace continues i to render GING OUR'GRAVES WITH i date. Visiting cards printed by the Valley Take LAX At IVB BKOMO QuIalM.*the

the very best service. Mrs.. Simpson OUR TEETH'WASHINGTON I Fifty Simultaneous, Prohibition; Meeting :I It apears that Mr. Sears will have Gazette job Department Cough Dratiiit and rfu Headache.d woes..d it work it fill OBJ the to c Cold..r.., I
ha certainly rendered us very'valu- Held in ChicagoThe plenty; of, opposition. B. W. OROVK eicnatM o. each boa. 25.:

able service by selecting such a valuable ,Chicago Woman's Club, .
corps of assistants. Mr. Paulk, D. C*--:'"The biggest through its new, prohibition depart ] WORKING 'ON THE ME .

her assistant, it a gentleman as well war work in which the women of ment, is strongly allying itself wth the BORNE-ST. CLOUD ROAD "

M.A scholar, ready at all time to America tan engage at this moment is temperance forces to drive the saloons -

& give information with unerring judgment this: .DEMAND WAR BREAD! from the Windy City. In a "big drive" MELBOURNE, June 7.-The contract

i and with a courtesy that makes This is the message Dr. Harvey against the liquor interests, which for surfacing that portion of the ..

i a' person feel perfectly at 'ease when Wiley gave me today when' L asked ,was planned primarily in recognition lbourne-St Cloud Dixie Highway, ..
a desiring information him to discus expertly-the subject'of of the great need for prohibton at this on this side of the St. Johns river, hasbeen "

",Mr. G. ,W. Best, the dispatchingclerk "food in wartime." -J time the club recentlyheld' within the let to the Melbourne Develop
is also an honor to the position 'By war bread I mean whole wheat municipality and its environ fifty ment Company, and a large fore of "

lie oee pie.. Mils Elsie Norton at then bread-100 per cent.,, bread! exclaimed simultaneous: prohibition meetings, as teams are now at work on the Job.
general delivery window manages her Dr. Wiley."American. many prominent women of the city and President J. R. Clute and Manager .

arduous task with a grace and ease millers discard 28 percent suburbs, opening their homes for this Ginter are giving their personal attention "

which reflects credit on' that young of the wheat; the people who eat purpose. The speakers were pastors, to this work and they promise to
lady' ability to please her numerous, the resulting white bread dig their social workers, many of whom had not make this one 'of the best stretches: of t .

caller, Mrs. Armour honorS the poet graves with their teeth. And more before publicly eommittedL-ttiemseIves road between here and Dee Park.
tion she clerk. Mr. Sam on the question, and leaden Contractor has about
occupies ,as than one-fourth of the wheat supply is temperance Holloway completed
liupfer, the carrier, for No 1, is highly thus thrown away among'whom was numbered Miss the long fill*'on either side of y
esteemed by those to whom he de- "From Anna A. Gordon, president of the National the St. Johns River and work will be
now on we Americans have Everywhere under the
livers mall and* is universally recognized got to save. The 100 cents dollar t W. C. T..U.: From all of the started on the bridge this week. sun-

as one of the most polite and has a 33 cents hole bored through the fifty meetings were sent telegramsand wherever roofs are laid -
'' connected with letters to President Wilson and "1.000 acres of Sweet Potato for "
; obliging men Certain-teedstands
; young for these
center; the,wheat crop is short; and Kissiramee. two things,: MC
r the Mr Geo. Gardner has Congress urging national! prohibition.
dep rtmet. bread is .
today higher than'at any time '.
: .a.reputation which equal the others since the civil war., .TEACHERS'.EXAMINATIONNotice I Efficiency t .
and take it all in all we have one of A SERIOUS' ACCIDENT Economy
; 'The house mother'
4 who spent 94 is hereby given that the
the best flee service that the NARROWLY AVERTED f
postof cents a day' for her familv'a food in Florida :Uniform Examination for CERTAIN-TEED the
: afford. roofing is most efficient and economical :
county can 1913 must now spend 11.16 for the County Certificates will be held at the
; Mr William Temple has in course What narrowly escaped being a serious type of roof for factories, office buildings, farm
same provisions go without. And Courthouse at Kissimmee, Fla., beginning -
accident occurred Thursday of buildings, etc. because the first is than "
of operation a process whereby 42 garages, cost less!
? when food is short, it Is the children,, at 8:30 June 12. Those
a. m.
last week when the driven Director that of
car. by
wood .
bushels of potatoes can be raised on a the Invalids 'and shingles or tar and graveL This is
the aged suffer first desiring to take the examinationare
a '6x8 feet. This will doubtless ; Shearouse turned on its .side, particularly) now, because of the high prices of 1
pace for earnera'and present '
wage armies; must be the in the urged to be promptly on time a* ; "
look to the it spilling occupants ditch some of the materials. CERTAIN-TEED less -
as Improbable public: a. fed. costs to. .
exclude them from taking ;
''odld'to Rex when the Qld gentleman in. v.-: the- some six feet below, Mrs. Sarah Pre- any delay may A )lay than any other kind of roof. It will not rust,. is notli'il )t); lx
"Economy home or the coun- Mrs. Bass Hudson Bass and part in the same. Bring pen; ink,
j.. told us about it, but wh< n' the:explanation is woman's vatt, Joe affected: by fumes, gases and acids coal.smoke. eta ;' it is '
try problem. A woman'smovement Mrs. Shearouse in the and cap paper, a fee ,of one dollar and a :.
:\ was rendered we came to believe to raise milling standardsto were party 'no certificate of good moral character light weight and fire retardant. Every rain washes clean ; 1 ,
while'all somewhat bruised
i- and are about satisfied that the high( 9 per cent and so increase' our 'one was seriously were, Injured.' signed by two persons. A,blank form and it does ,not melt'or run under the hot rays of the suns' "
r position on which supplies has perch wheat bushels be all those nor can it clog gutters and down .
supply 81,600,000 or They route for : will sent to who file applications spouts.'Certainfeed
'1 ed itself was about to have the were en
: prop 196 pounds per person, would do more with the county superintendent.
When this side of t
from Just LeeSbUr'B':1
under it. has
Naught for the well
being of the United States C. E. YOWELL,
i:' Shearouse turned out to
yet happened but what
our peoplahave than all and wlg."agglngput ;'
the drilling 22 3t
County Superintendent.
{ as the wheels of his Overland left the
adopted to
some means overcome In word bread I
together. a war is I
a' ( ,asphalt, the gravel gave, way and it' S BSBBSSSBaSSISSSSSBSSSSSSSSi
difficulty and this is ,one of more essential than bullets. Whenever You Need a General Tonic
l' them. aBe turned on its side. The party gathered Take drove's Roofing '
con has been our crops what they may, themselves together, the car was The Old Standard Grove' Tasteless : x
on nearly
'' America is bound to co-operate with righted and they continued their trip chill Tonic is equally valuable as a !Sa the! nest: q'unity of prepared roofing.: It pays to get the best. The only '
every of land where opportunity the allies by sending whatever food General Tonic because it contain the difference between the first cost of a good roof and a poor one (is in the ma-,
of fact that the oil
1 has been furnished and if war price. supplies can be spared. This sum ignorance the well known tonic propertlesof QUININB terials-tha labor", freight etc., costs the same in both. As CERTAIN. .j s
u feed had been injured, and in consequence TEEL Hoofing Is guaranteed fa: 5,'10 or 15 Ii
, 'press us too closely we can live on corn and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drives years according to thickness
will the whole world demanding
' meal and the latter Is'extremely mer see the car was pulled into Orlando oat Malaria Enriches the) Blood and (1, 2 or :3 ply) it will be in splendid condition years after a poor quality ft
; potatoes as
crop American food before roof has to be '
grown ; later for repair. Solid up the) \t.ale System. 50 cent replaced. ,
/" productive and sufficient I autumn the high of \ I
For residences Slate Surfaced Asphalt
Shingles all the advantages of i
.1 be raised-in this to ,feed "
can county
will probably take wings. There will Misses Helen Bass, Maurine Darn, Magnolia Balm CERTAIN-TEED artistic beauty: ; not bulky, and are uni.
'i 'half the state. Cane sugar can take be no food famine' If we exercise com- Ethel Gilbert and.Mattie'Bell' Harris form in weight. quality and appearance. They aced no paint, are pliable
{ the 'place" of the' white and' will be eliminate waste and misfits, cannot curl, buckle. rot or crack.. Guaranteed
mon sense, a sharp is
cer- returned home from Tallahassee, for ten years. Investigate CERTAIN-TEED before deciding:
Tound far more wholesome and just tainly coming.. We must choose be- where they have been attending the The beauty secret of *l roof. For sale by dealers everywhere. on say type ;
tae sweet Rice, etc., can be raised inS I
i tween war bread now or the dangerof Florida State College for Women yes women who knowhow
Abundance. Bananas have been growing bread tickets later. terday morning to take care of the com- Certain-teed Paints and Varnishes .'

t with wonderful rapidity since the "Storage, speculation, submarines, plexion. Caijnot be an rood reliable product made br experienced palal men, who have at IbeU
I freeze, and after all these things get are not the underlying cause. The detected. Heals Sun- command all lbs machlosry, equipment. ", ...rI.l. and .... I k
to'working together for_ good we'll world's wheat crop is' short; we are ENDORSED AT HOMESuch 4 burn atope Tae Soothing sources economically necessary well to manufacture as .... selling:and or..a...rola..........., I
have'our cooling, refreahing. and warehouse. .,atem ol the CertalB-teed
old clothes patched and give ;A1 Product*Oorpora-
... eating our cereals as fast as they are -'II &1011/_saUaTaoUo111'w old hard time OM of the worst drub-. garnered; there Is no carry-over of Proof A* This Should Convince ..... ,"'t.r=- JMaia t.e '
...=..-._ : gnineandreservesarealmostex ---Any-Kiaalntme*;_CUise: --- ...... : (either coterto.Sc.St..p.- Varalibeer It wni pay yon Any torn ood that dealer yon can ret sail axaTAnrTafoPaintsand them Soyonorgeeb.mCERTAINTEED - '
i life, and eat, drink and be merry. hausted.. ,.MJ..c.., 403o. Fifu.9iB oUy tN.Y. lor you* "*
f News from Whittier Kenansville, '"That is why we must ravel! The public endorsement of a local '
Bull ;Crab Grass, Jug and Canoe "The United States is the- 'only citizen is the best proof that can be PRODUCTS CORPORATIONGeneral

. Creek and Sand Gulley one of Bull available corn,supply, and the United produced.., None better, none stronger .r ,0, 1I Roon.. Mf.. Co., er... Varnish Co. .
, Creek's branches indicate that the States is'being drained by the belligerent can be. had. When 'a man comes forward I MIMI City Paint" Color Co. _,
farmers of those sections are working countries."Fortymillion. and testifies to his fellow-citi: THE! t 'TB!.T tAHce we MAY war DO ...... cw... ........"Wa at....... a-. # ..
BUT We ARE NIMBLE! ON OUR PCTj pitt.b-sh D.e.k Buff..o
, with a steadfast determination to run I ,, men hitherto engaged zens, addresses his friends and neigh. HMD KB ARa HAPAeftVINer VOO MoIw.Lco"...... Ci.tI Usitl r.0rI0a... ...."....... Mi1Ia aaFr..el..e I ,

out old hard times and with\ the vast in productive labor are pow occu- bore, you_may be cure he is thoroughly . THC VERY CMOICeSTCUTS Of MEAT1 &roa.I D.I.tb...... .H..e1U....... s.1t L.lII. 6lU MarH p.k-.d..ns. r
quantities of fertile land in those cec- pied wth destruction., America alone convinced or he would not do BO'; 1r4M Heeaaae ,

4' ton'we are confident that while the of the, great nations has its labor Telling one's experiences when it .Is Certain-Iced Roofing it sold in Kissimmeeby 4' ;
1'' time may be a little close for a while, .army still intact.. for the public good is an act of kindness I OSGEOLA J Jj
ifi. .the combined efforts of our farmers "The 6,500,000 farms in the United that should be 'appreciated. The HARDWARE COMPANY ,
+If!' :will not only provide for the present State must'' feed not only their 33- following statement given by a resident

.necessities, and will infuse, a spirit of 000,000 inhabitants, but feed also the of Kissimmee adds"'one more to r.Yy --j----- -- ------ -:- -h_ ___ j
Industry which will work well In the. 67,000,000 other Americans who live the many oases of Home Endorsementwhich v .. ..OOOOtooooooooooo ooo..oooooooo.oo..o..o. .. N
, future. Our professonal fishermen in cities and towns, ''ae" being- published about 'OUR, GREATEST -HAPPINESS : j

.t 'have also cast their hats into the ring "As our armed forces mobilize ft.r Doan's Kidney Pills, Read It, t is ,derived from: serving' our satisfied : TAMPA'S BEST r J
: end'are working with a will to furnishhe man,who shoulders rifle two C. W. Campbell Bryan and billing' ,
every a
t '
(:f; people with their' offerings and others must join the agriculturalarmy. ham Sts.:, Kissimmee, says; "I suffer..' patron with, the:best meats :

''tl these things connected with the impetus : If not, 19)8 will witness., 'a ed from a lame ,and aching back, andmy ever' carved. That dinner you are :II 'Bay. View ;Hotel ; ::,,4'i 1

that the hog dealers and chicken world-wide hunger war,". kidney,did not act a*,they should planning a happy, affair if : j

raiser hay* given to their business, I used Doan's Kdney Pill a*.directed you purchase the; meat constituent : The Hot 1 For ?
e'""'.t'little war we are likely to have "1.000 acres"of Sweet' Potatoes 'for and they gave me splendid relief." here : Our Home People, .'. :.: \

: .)nay prove a, blessing ,instead. of, a Klsalmme"....- ". y, Price COc} at all dealer Don't simply Fireproof Corutruc Equip., ,':
,curiae to our people. \ Drive; Out Malaria.Build; Up System ask,for' a' kidney !hm dJ'-iet ,-, .. t' oil ,
![Hunter's Paradise hat not been caryeted The Old BUadard .*....' ctrniithenliisj teak. Doan' Kidney Pills; -the same that; Moderate, R tea. .., -
with velvet of late and of oaov.'. TATBLB8SchUI TONIC,drives otMaUrlsweariclwe '' City
: some Mr. Campbell had Foster-Milbum" ,Marketj C. H. JEWE'FF Mgr."a;
tb.Wod.aod bmlds c_the eyeAtrmlroie. -
ft-t' "the Marchers, after deer have.failed tow !, ...... ForidullasadchibUe Me. ICo'.. Props.,Buffalo N. Y. ,
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when it attacks the fruit It'cauu a '' '
Serve Your grayish or-brownish' colored coating Do You :Dread) Hot Weather ?

and prevents their growth' and,devel.: '. .
I- The. Favorite Store of Kutirrimee I
opment. Doe*it out your energy, disturb)'ountomach or bring ,
,The treatment for both black -rot you near prostration The well man isn't afraid of heat.. ,
A But it is trying on the weakened body K/f/ \V>
and downy mildew h i the,same as for f
." anthracnose-.:;thorough, pruning) end BUILD UP' YOUR, STRENGTH \

spraying with Bordeaux mixtureTomato Oat yourti<>a ta order. MOOV all Irritation. dispel\ ell ?
itajrtmiton. FutyounaU la afaapa Ie.107 Iba auaunar with a FURNITURE
... '
: : Bloom. Dropping PERUNA INVIGORATEStt -

My tomatoes are losing nearly all ODndlllaM tt mtara, ( that ir)of.k dlnUon.you_and. It nmoma_ ...the,blood inflamed ,
their bloom. What fertiliser should tvadm, 111."......., and supplies Juat what you..*)Ie enter Uwhot

I'use to stop this dropping? rcnina Mia-' with U a ronl oonndonr Mnlo,*wnh.pedal effloujr la catairhal eon. -WEHAVEITI 1 1'r !
Answer: Without doubt the trouble dlUUduidortahlat: form-whichever ti. mat eonnateaWwlUambfuwd JD
has no connection with fertilization your hexltli., ,

"RAISE MORE TO 'EAT You probably hnva'thrips. Spray with The: Peruna Company,Columbus Ohio _. .

(SAVE WHAT YOU RAISE nine teaspoonfuls Black Leaf 40 and

My Mall. gallons water. Direct spray to bloom, of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting Lome*;and
..' .. CLUB rlandl.
Mrs. IV. M. G. P.-e. >> M.r.F CANNING NOTES t
I ...... A. Tee.... >.....1..r Ce....,.. but do not drench bloom 110 heavily as FALL IRISH POTATOES reliable t
.." '., .-..-...._..11'-'rla.Grape to wash out all the pollen. If you In spite of .continued and almost k

Diseases have not given your tomatoes proper; '' unprecedented dry weather, the Can.
Bed Room Furniture
fertilizer fertilizerat the few weeks I have Dining
use a good garden During past ,
and of this
Please name trouble of grape enclosed \ ning Club girls boys county
IJ 'r and give .proper treatment to the.rate, pound to.flfteen feet b4 n'asked on numerous occasions, have persevered with their garden., Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits Par-

overcome same. t in the row. The' fertilizer should analyze will fall Irish potatoes pay and how and many of these plot' -will yield a
4 per cent ammonia, 6 to ,8 pier lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers : '
Answer the fall ? fairly good
; grape was badly crush- can I save the seed for planting crop. ,
cent acid and. at least 1
ed. As near as we can make out the phosphoric To the first question I'have answered Lambert Campbell of Campbell Sta. Couches Etc. I
cent potash. We think 1 cent.
trouble I.i anthracnose. 'That you per per yes especially if intended for home Lion has a promising crop of toma- 7 *
potash would be sufficient .for tomatoes
may confirm this will give you the be athome. use. This I I. due to the fact that by toes and a really fine plot of com t
0" general de8<;rlption.. On the fruit it to used autumn I'believe the railroads will be In the Boggy Creek' section Ethel
Inif store i* nakiag a record for itself .in the Batter of
causes ashy brown spots with sunken for Small Garden too busy to bring potatoes from the and Bobby Bass and Ruth Sullivanare
Spray all and tomatoes.. helping- people! to outfit home Come. and .... Oar prices are
'I 1 centers and red Because growing corn
or purple borders. How .h.UImlx a'.mall quantity northern states all the way to FlM'lda.when ;
of Tollie Simmons out at AlligatorLake right
this peculiar coloring the Bordeaux mixture p..tand arsenateof we can' grow them ourselves,
trouble Is often called "birds-eye rot." is gardening on somewhat of a
also the general potato scarcity,
lead paste,for use in small home
On the leaves and new shoots it causes ., I' To the second question the follow- larger scale and has a three-acre
spots with'pale ashy center and garden tract under cultivation. He has In- TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS: :
Answer: Use four teaspoonfuls Bor- ing method has been suggested: cluded i i"f.1
1 with his and toma-
brown reddish borders cprn
de! Spread potatoes out to d7.In! ( barn ... ..... . ....,. .. ...
uxmixturjpa8Uiandr.twoi ..
T'r' K: .:'1 s ,1'he"' ..ti .nt"i."w-'eut..w'.Ta1ld' ; : teaspoonful r:. ".,""': ri6; '-""--"'" .' C-;";,.' ; '";.;- ; -' ,.w .-naf --: "':" :::'-t

l I.'. ', burn all the diseased parts and arsenate. of ,lead paste to" a r"'ihei( 'tintll'rJilly'Ick in cold *>until fuir7W8ortand The Kissimmee Paris,, girls, Kisses No matter what kind,of .. Engine yon have-Gas, .Steam,
spray place storage one '
I 1\1'I with' Bord .u't' mixture;;' one"pound gallon"water. week before planting, time. Louise and Lottte Barber; have fine Railroad or Stationary Eame-we Lave exactly the. Tool yes

\, commercial Bordeaux paste to fire MI.cibleOil- The chilling of fall Irish potato seed plots, of vegetables.' need in your everyday work-Wrench**, Hammers, Oilers, etc, ;
I gallon water. 'The energetic club at Center' Park all of the best quality and workmanship, aid at price, that win '
not but
has been tried here as yet
I' There are two other rather common I have'' -bought some miscible oil has proven beneficial in other are planning to can most of their crop surprise you. This store has the reputation of handling only j

/1 ', diee....'of the grape,' one called. black from' a neighbor but have no directions sections and very a large number 'i growers this .year to save all possible waste. hardware that I* of superior quality and yon will make .. mls-

/, rot. This causes nearly circular for using. Will you tell me how' will practice the above method this The merchants of Klsslmmee'are encouraging take in coming her NOW and inspecting oar big stock.
to It in small quantites
I brown rotten spots on the fruit gradu. mxj them in their work, by
Answer Shake the msciMc oil well season.
"L i ally spreading over the entire fruit Prof. Weiks, horticulturist of ,the promising to handle' their. canned .
before out it In '
measuring put an
i and |In its later becoming black. goods.'
stages University of Arkansas says'the following
equal amount,of water and shake to
Many of these rotten fruit drop but Osceola Hardware ;
form a perfect emulsion. It takes a regarding the chilling of pota CompanyThe
others cling 'to the vine and dry,and toes.
Water. If
scant pint to ten' gallons ,
: shrivel into mummies. Often on these there is any'trohble -.bout. ,forming ."It',has ben repeatedly shown'and ,- ,

. there will. be tiny black spots,almost i this emulsion enough soap or. caustic I: the fact is quite generally'recognized If any one wishes to know tits running - h "

like" pin 'points these ''spots being soda should be added to"break the that plant have a distinct rest period. time for a car between here and

higher than the surface of the ..frUlt.f The cause of this period i.''not Orlando, Messrs. Alderman and Edgar C
water; then', the right proportion of refit Oulsaii net Dee Net Affect The Heal.
; The other diseases is called downy soap or caustic soda-should be addedto definitely known; but it has been assigned Katz may be able to' give them a few, ........... of Ita toate and tazattT Meet LAXAooTIVK J.,W. THOMPSON
mildew, Thjs.U not sojikely to attack cause suggestions. BROMO QCIIfIMB U bett.rthaa ordlnarfOaialM
both'inner and envir-
to _... ... _
the rest of the spray water ana,thestock aad dos not n.rv .a. no
I ,the' fruit. On the upper surfaceof solution 'stirred in. Whenever onmetal conditions. Different kinds of On Wednesday Dight'theae .gentlemen nala.....s. Kamcinbcr W fall Ham*aadlor ,i
. the leaves it'shows yellowiah spots using'tniscible; oil should pay'par- plants have their own time and longth put their wives on the'midnight bank Ute alcnature of B. OKOVB. ue. Funeral Director
I of different sices which later become you train for
: ticular attention to its solubility. of resting. Bulbs require a different en route for Pennsylvania .a
I I'' brown. On the under side of the leaf an extended visit. When the train '
Never when there is free oil period than seed of trees or buds. 1.000 acre of Sweet Potatoes for ANDLICENSED
the* spots are at ,first whitish but floating spray on'the surface *. burning is The potato tuber 'i*. a storehouse for pulled out and they.returned to the Klsslmmee." .

I. later become of a brownish cast. The to result. Good miscible oil plant food which the plant allimilate'l Alderman car, they found Mrs. Alder EMBALMER

I leaves dry and fall off ,prematurely., likely mixes readily with the ordinary Florida from the ,soil during Its I man' coat where it had been left on "' J. A. TROVILLION.. M toCANCEItGOITRE : D.

the of the potato correspond to. the seat forgotten. Then they startedon I ,
I water,'but any excess chemicals, eye I TUMORS and Store and Chapel Stewart .AvvFla.
. 4*'_ WHAT ,isLAXFOS is to breakdown the emulsion, the buds of a.plant or tree. ,As'the a race with' No. 82. DISEASES OF THE SKIN.
likely JD......... : .. ,
% potato plant and tuber reaches maturity Neither one of them 'are giving: Orlando Office-Boardman Building ,
care must always l be taken r
so, ,. Bto11 a.m.
particulars of the trip J>r describing
r 'the rest periodbegln.and'nndenormal ; / many Winter. Park Office. :-2 to 4 and 0to
i Land For Potato condition will extend from much of the scenery they r 8 p. m. sepl limo pd

I want'to raise a fall of lriahpotatoe' one to six month or longer. Careful passed but all they think It necssaryto'state r V7. B. Crawford Lee Jarrell .r',

WnsAlIIlaVED CASCJUUA How shall I select crop and pre- investigation has shown that certain I .is. that when No. 82 reached I CRAWFORD .&: JARRELL,

the land t environmental influence such as frost J Orlando, they were right there also,. LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW ATTOBNEYSiAT-LAW
etherization, electrical treatment\: and delivered the coat safely to Mr '
Answer: Choose a good candy loam I Officesix. K. .6, and 7 CitUenar
'; ., CATKJUmC MO,UVBt TOM with firm subsoil where the water other causes, will excite the plant to Alderman.:. ( Bank Building
'A';rri t' LaJC-Poe U not a Secret or Patent Media Waring Building. Elsslmmee Florida
activity before the'norm.l rest period
and half
table !is at least two or two a .
,,da* bat I* composed of the following I "1.000 acre of Sweet' Potatoee for r

I ., r aid-fashioned root*and herb: feet below the surface. Do not lime i I. finished. Some plants cannot be. KlMimraee.. '... ,.,. , '(. ,, '. ' "M.. -
graze and weeds aroused and their normal resting period 'I .'l' ;
I CASCARA BARK the soil. 'Clean the ::': DL'W. W. CARSON
,I ,r;, .. BLUE FLAQ ROOT off the land at least a 'month before broken, while others are very susceptible 0 000 00'00000 00 N FOR RENT"" DENTIST

P RHUBARB ROOT planting to starve out cut worms and to such stimulating influences. Rooms unfurnished and
M. TILLER fuml.bed.1
: o. Placing potatoes in cold storage hastens Office over Pilley Building vOffice
'I BLAOK ROOT. wire worms. Plow before the September Houses unfurnished and furnished. _
I MAY APPLE ROOT rain *o a* to store moisture. Cultivate the rest period of the tuber and Real Estate Agency. 'I Alsoxcitjr properties, farms, citrus, Offlc.- 'Phone KoundI II* R.aldenc.: 1-6'Ph_. Ie Q3
SENNA LEAVES Fertilizea cause renewed growth' 'when suchtuber J ! !! trucking and grazing lands fersale.. Oaa.. 4mlal.tare4 for II1&traotl. e*.
I ," shallow to conserve it. '1'
'., AND PEPSIN'' week orten, days''' before planting. are exposed to hear' d mois THE ELITE RAUY'PARIORMRS. [ 11
'./ In LAJC-FO the CAKAKA I* Improved by Plant small "holdovers"' uncut. Better ture." Realty bought and sold.
r the addition of theM digestive ingredT- seed Arrangements have been made with Houses rented. SUMMERS. Manager O. F. KRIBBa .x w. J. STKBQ.
eats making better than ordinary CA secure your early. '
,; clan,and thus the combination acts not the Klsslmmee Ice & Cold Storage Co. Taxes paid and Tide. verified : 20? Bass St., cor.,Brack, N. Kissimmee KRIBBS &: STEED

{, only as a stimulating laxative and cathartic LEMON JUICE ISFRECKLE whereby this company will chill seed for non-residents. ,, Two blocks north- of Christian. church. ATTORNEYS 'AT LAW

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"f.' ,. the LAX-FO atomach.invaluable One bottle for Constipation wilt provej to dear and whiten your skin. County Agent. ....................... ...: JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW Klsalmmee. Florida. Z

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: the convicts there and back. INFANT SON OF HARRY, DALE
getting .
THE 'VALLEY GAZETTE AUTO TRIP' FROMKISSIMMEE Hon. N. C. Bryan Gives Two or three' ponds, which are now DEAD -

'1. quite dry would have to be graded, ,
I Mtah... Every rrly and the time to do it was now, be- Little James Alfred, the two and a
? one.a Valley Ua>Bt<. .....1..,, TO TAMPA Account Stewardship ..'
K/sd.rep Flerlda fore the rainy season. The turpentine half year old son of. Mr. and Mn ,

few men and trucker in this section are Harry R. Dale died :Monday morning ,it
W. a. HARRIS ... K. U. VANS AONBWOra :Hon. N. C. Bryan, representative in a general laws were passed road and if they '
in need of Dale home on Broadway.'He '
A run to Tampa was made last Sat.urday badly at the ,
the legislature from Osceola county, nothing like the usual number pass
all '
. afternoon of Klssiaamee's do not get It, thE Guy said that was taken ill the previous :Tuesday
,........ : N.. .1, by one and who was one of the leaders of that by other legislatures. waste.
enthusiastic autolsts; and for the benefit their summer's will go to and though everything was done ',
body in the session just closed, returned "There were four good roads bills ,
of those who would like to makea The road superintendent was appealed which medical skill could suggest and '
and bills all whichin ,
bane from Tallahassee a few four education of,
few to and stated that every bridge hands could: execute it of l
similar trip a suggestions a* to loving was
days ago Mr. Bryan made splendid my opinion will be beneficial. One .
be In the! county needed Immediate repairs avail. Early Monday morning the '
route, may timely. to no
1a record as a lawmaker, and may well bill was with reference the convicts the '
c.r Overland that he was now working on flew back to its Maker
The was an Light ; spirit
.1 feel proud ef bis achievements.Mr. which is a step toward the abolishment
ieyo Shingle Creek bridge, and that the friends did their
model three
Four this year's carrying Sympathising utmost
Bryan,, thinks the session just ofthe leasing of the .
and of bridge tho Loughman road was the the and lone
adult passengers A quantity on ,to mitigate sorrow
bill I voted
closed was a decidedly constructive primary againstfor
luggage. Leaving Kissimmee 'at 1 ; the reason, that after the houaa next 'on his list, and after that the lInes' of the, bereaved parents by

o'clock, the run was made to the FairGrounds one.Referring new Canoe Creek bridge: These necessI- comforting words and numbers of .
and could not bill
o to the session, he said: "I senate agree, a board
of Osceola two miles. ties were so conflicting that the floral tributes.
county beautiful
1 ,
am well placed as to committees as was presented the last day. I did not i'
srAil: PR 55P Road rough and sandy. Here the ''regular I am chairmen of'the temperance like all of the provisions and thought took no action in the matter Rev A. M. Chisholm, the former' ;
route the A C.' L. A. E.: Drought, of St. Cloud.ap
paralleling was pastor, conducted the' funeral service
committee;, and on education, convicts, best to cast my vote against it.
blocked' account of being before the board; and requested "
on repairs, peared at the Christian church Tuesday
public lands and fisheries "We passed on' the whole 125 meas- .
{ S.berlptl.. R.t..., made by Mr. Farmer! and his gang "I tried to meet with all these and ures, most of which will be good for 'the assistance of the road gang to morning at 9 o'clock, and, the little -:--
One Tear____ *..00 Shingle Creek. A detour was I put out a muck fire on his Hammock '
One laid
Copy over in
to rest
) Rose hilt
.M-------- body was
v ___ when the house not In session I the state notably) the $300,000
One Copy. 8I Ix Months_______ 1 00 was approprf.Uon said : ,.ii"
.One. Copy. Three. Month*._________ .7& made over the Old road, where' some was kept busy with committee work. for the eradication of the cit. Grove property. Mr. Drought cemetery.. Young! men, who"are- -", J
bad encounter- that he has been doing his )level best
sand and bridge was
a friends of the familyt acted '
as pallbearers .
All communication excppt from ourauthorla.d I tried to be faithful in attendance on rus canker and another appropriationof :'
.c cormpondenta count .boIgned ed. Work was then underway to bol the by hauling sand to put this fire' out, ," ',
house sessions and missed only $100,000 to provide free serum for
by the writer. but it had beyond his control
seer this latter bridge. Comingout that gotten .
up (
Rejected"r'wlll 'not be returned roll call. That was during the first of the eradication of hog cholera. Y.I'1i.
of this detour at Campbell Sta : and |If allowed to continue his : "
r ,bnleaa. called Tor. the afternoon sessions and I
____ was busy The legisl.ture'was liberal toward OSCEOLA BOYS EXPRESS
'Mr. Farmer
tion the road to the Osceola-Polk loss would be irreparable. -
(Entered In the I'oslofflce at Kl ,lmtnm. in a committee at that lime.I colleges of higher education and appropriated WILLINGNESS ,' :
furnish the TO:
countys' line was rough, but passable. was instructed to
: ..Florida tJt aecond-claaa matter.) tried to be active in temperance money maintenance for .
Here to the intense joy of all asphalt help. 'I'. ''
matters I introduced and passed in the next two years. Also allowed necessary (Continued from Page! One) 'w
JUNE 8, 1917 was encountered, which led through L. R. Farmer, road superintendent, :
the house six temperance bills and assisted buildings which were badly'neded.l.I ,
in the membered he was four years old when y":
Loughman, Davenport, and nearly to made his report to the board .
in$ passing three others that the did '
regret legislature not
THE GOOD ROADS MEETING Haines City.,. Here a couple of miles potato crop just realized: on the Poor, the civil war broke out.' :
were introducedby other members. carry out my ideas 'regarding a new ,
4 of hard clay road stretched out in Farm. The. .operating cost was $462,: Several reckoned from the laatblg'! .i
"I introduced and passed bill giving insane for"the
a asylum lower pe'rt.of
On Wednesday next weeK it Is'the front of us. This js the foundation of and the gross profits were $971. He freeze'in Florida"i . .. '
the Seminole Indians 90,000 acres the state. Another legislature will in .., .
1 J".k.n..S'rwbot..t1uf.' :
entertain ro"iliow
i privilege of Kissimmee to the asphaltic roads, and was good rid- suggested- thab'the-diferenee -shouidbe 'ne
jB J epid,.$.ac: ..5t..reservation: probability,;. have"fiifoTmalldiircoffrcerning .
y, the Central} !: Florids!:Wgh.Yy.A':j jwocfitlonT"At .lag':,n-Then''B oravphnH"was"encountered used as a Poor'Farm fund for some ed up surprisingly well, and only fiftY'
"I bill
passed a compelling the the conditfons which will
appointing result '
: thaT"timer1representa Along here all you Kays'' to do of needed improvements, which was per cent of the entire. number. claimed, .., .
inspectors of marks and in
'buildings. "
new '
tive from Tampa, St. Petersburg, is to step on the gas and' let )her go. '' T agreed! upon. exemption.; -.,' w "
brands in oil'stock 'counties, and,' .in "Some of the ,sessions were ,quite
y Leeaburg, Lakeland, Ocala, Orlandoand A double track highway led through W. E. Allen appeared before the -
fact, was successful in most of ef .
my stormy some partisan politics were '
other prosperous Florida cities Lucerne Park, with shade trees in the board about a road matter which has

F ..will meet here for the furtherance of center. Pretty grove and many forts.lie Injected into it, but on the whole' I been in abeyance for some time. It At the Churches ', -;
continued: "The. legislature, as think the state has been benefited' by 1
the good roads project. A subject in beautiful lakes on either side. Flor- seems that when the present road
a whole, was constructive, though only the measured passed.
which every'citizen must be vitally in. ence Villa came next and then Winter "' -.--. . . _ from here to Orlando was being built, ST. JOHNS (EPISCOPAL) CIIURClf "
- - - - - - - - - - - -
t 'terested for' the one factor in building Haven IMPORTANT MEETING OF FORMER- KISSIMMEE BOY about 500 yards of earth was removed Trinity Sunday. '1'1''

any section to a prosperous, live, up- The streets of this little town 'were THE COUNTY SCHOOL,BOARD from Mr. Allen's lot. He asked that L. 11. Kirkby minister in '
p to-date community must be the people. badly torn up, and much trouble was either the county pay him $150 or re- 11
a. m.-Holy Communion and ser fit
With the "horseless wagon" eating 1JP' encountered in entering and leavingon Monday was a busy day with the Kissimmee has the distinction of place the dirt. It was agreed to sub- mon. Subject, "The, Threefold Result.

Jhe long vistas of paved 'roads which account of the deep, dry sand. county School Board, when Chairman having one of her boys among the first mit the matter to arbitration, the of the Vision of the Glory of God." .'

stretch away northward, it is no longer To Bartow the road was hard, but W. C. Bass, with members ,W. R. LanIer to go to France with the American i board choosing E. L. Lesley as Its arbitrator 7:30: p. m.-Evening Prayer and

,y a question will the people come, but badly cut up and full of holes. From and J. II. Baisden met at the court army. while Mr, Allen chose Clark I sermon. "Recognition of Friends in

where will they come. There can be Bartow to Mulberry, eight miles, the house in regular session, and so full Jim Willson, the nephew of 3.. M. flowell. These two will choose a third Another World." ..

'but one answer'to this question.' Nqt road was in good shape. From Mulberry was the program that an adjourned Willson, Jr., has been called to New party'and a decision reached.

the densely settled part of the state, to Coronet where we crossed meeting will be called the 23rd of York City .to ,go as artist with the G. W. Sullivan presented a petition PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES

not the mo'.t. attractive scenery, will the PoIk-Hillsborough countys' line, June to complete unfinished business.A Roosevelt! Hospital Unit. from certain residents of the Boggy

'alone draw the vast army of autoists, more asphalt was passed over From majority of the teachers were appointed Jim was born in Kissimmee and creek section asking for a road be- Dr. W, B. Witherspoon ..returned '. :'

but the sections that' have the' best Coronet on to Plant City, then the to fill the positions in Kissimmee lived here till his parents, Mr. and gluing at school lot in Sec. 11,Tp. 25, ,home Monday from Maytown, where ,&:

road! facilities will be visited by these twenty-two miles to Tampa, was allover St. Cloud and the country Mrs. L. A. Willson, moved to West It '3.0, and run-west about one mile after spending four days in evangelistic '

'h sight ...n"' ,Incidentally these vectors the excellent brick"roads of that schools. ; Palm Beach. For the past five or and' quarter, then north about half a services he organised a Presbyter- ;

will leave thousands of dollars !in the count f,- One item of their work which six years she has been studying art in mile to the church and cemetery 1 lot, Ian Church on'Sunday. He will fill his- j

sections they visit and the fame of Tampa was reached at 7 o'clock that speaks clearly of the progress being New York City.. Recently with an then continuing in a northerly direction own pulpit the coming Sunday' as '

'b these. Florida cities will go.abroad. evening. No attempt,was made to made by the county schools was |the auto party, he visited the Aultmana, to meet the Boggy Creek road. usual. .. '

break the speed record, and several ordering of plans for three new schoolhouses Pherigo and Willsons here on his vacation The[ board instructed the road super The Young People held the service. .1

COMMENDABLE ACTION stop were made in the various town!; to erected, one at Campbell trip."Jimas. intendent to investigate the matter, Sunday night In the absence of the

-' Time consumed. en route was six: ; Station, one at Lokossee' and one: at he Is familiarly called bjr i and make a 'report at the next meet pastor. In an acceptable manner. to

The City Council Is to be commended hour Kenansville.. | friends,' has made rapid strides in ,ing. ,
for its action in passing an .ordi-. The straighter route through Lakeland The building at Kenansville will"" k( ,his chosen profession and I la now going peition was presented to the boardon ST. JOHNS (EPISCOPAL) CHURCHT

nance regulating junk dealer., paralleling the A. C. L. 'all the a modern brick structure, containingfour to France as artist for Dr. Peck, eminent Monday from St Cloud residents .

Kissimmee has been annoyed; 'for way'. was not feasible as that routs rooms and 'an auditorium.: Ken ; surgeon of New York. This is a calling for bids for asphalt and materials 11 a. m.Morning, prayer' and address r

come time by a series of email pilfering .' was badly torn up and much deep sand I ansville, was named In honor: of f the distinction to fce envied by other men other than asphalt to beused, ..

*. Article are taken from houses,, would be encountered. The only pall' late II. :M. Flagier's second'wife!+, aMiss and while serving his country he will on the Kissimmee-St. Cloud-Mel 7:30 p. m.-Evening prayer and ser

outof automobiles and from boat, bad place after leaving Osceola coun Kenan, and now, through the be associated with the foremost 'artists bourne road. No action was taken. as mon. Subject: "Here and Hereafter.'"!l ,;7"Stranf'e'n '1

,Especially desirable are article ol ty, was in Winter Haven and the cutup t influence of L. A. Hunt, cashier of the of the world. the board was without authority in the .are cordially invited.r. ')', ;';';'y

bra** or copper. Nothing seems sacred .road to BarUfw previously men bank there, the city is to receive a gift > e matter. " . 71R4ti: '"!J

from the depredation,of these light, tioned. This longer route was chosen of $6,000 toward the building. ; I SOUTH KISSIMMEE BAPTIST. :'

fingered worker To put a stop tx, after much inquiry. Speedometer registered The other buildings will be one- that this part of the county will soon July Delineator ready for delivery.: : : MISSION ,

the nuisance, an ordinance was paned << 90 miles on entering Tampa. room frame structures, costing about I i be cuts) off from Osoeola and will The Quality Store. -

by the council Tuesday night, requirJngjualc Route easily followed and plenty of $700. ,form a portion of the new' county of The pastor has returned and' will .

re dealer to be at least twenty;;, garages en route. ; Another progressive which Has Okeechobee.The SHORT SESSION' preach at the usual hour Sunday .

one years of age and to pay an occupation To those interested and wishing any been taken by two districts in the most popular people in this THE COUNTY COURT night, June 10th. Subject of the .sermon ( '1

license.. To make doubly sure further information, same can be ob- county was the enacting'of a compulsory county just now appear to be the convicts : "A Word to Evil Doers" '?

r 4 that the annoyance will be stopped, an tained at this office. education law, and the county who are now working the pub- Probably the shortest session on Sunday school at 10 a. m. .
t lie roads, under the able managementof record of the County Court in Osceola Prayer meeting Wednesday
,), Added measure require that any one board has appointed G. B. Woodallas even- t'
proposing to buy junk and not knowIng Around and about Kissimmee there attendance officer to fake a censusin L.'' R. F.rmer.-t'Oad superintendent.S. county was held at the court house Ing at the usual hour..
where' it was 'obtained, must report are any number of delightful tours; this district and James Sate, officer .. J. Triplett nearly exhausted himself Monday morning. When Judge T. M. Come 'and fill the house and get a :::

t to the city marshal for inspectionand .some over good roads-and the re- for the "St. Cloud district. The enumeration before the Board of County Commissioners Murphy opened court, Prosecuting At. blessing and be a blessing. Don't 101'f;f

the neglect to do this requirement verse. A result of that little trip of must be completed by the on Monday in urging that torney Crawford stated that there get that the preaching will be at 7:3: (* ;':

a i*.made punishable with a fine not to yours would be of assistance to your first of July.COUNTY tho county convicts be taken off the were no eases on the docket or business p. m., instead of In the afternoon a* ',,

exceed: $26 or imprisonment fifteen fellow car owner, and the Gazette roads and placed on farms.. Commissioner to transact and the session was was the order during the pastor's ab- ';

,day in the city jail or both. would be glad to publish the detailsof COMMISSIONERS Guy got up and said that he pronounced closed. sence. i''

i}' 4- any trip you should make if you just had to have them to complete,the Since Judge Murphy has been j judge
GOOD ROADS. AN .EFFICIENCY will send it in to this office. In this 'nine miles of road between Lokosee of the County Court be has been a Classified Advertisements-

MOVE, way every automobile owner will be (Continued from Page One) and Kenansville. He estimated that terror to evil doers. The fact that he

t of material assistance to his :fellow 23,000 negroes out' of Florida this work would take one month to put has so few cases to try; i la largely due, .

I :With the cost of living mounting driver, and'If .enough hews of this sled within the past six months. This the road in shape, not counting the no doubt, to this well known characteristic. FOR perfect BALE condition.}-1$1J Ford Address Touring"E>.Car Proc-In

higher each day and a heavy taxation kind i Is sent in we will make the editor was stated at a meeting at which: he two weeks which would be consumed I 25-0t-OR .,

/otr war purpose looming up on the give us a column a week anyhow was oresent. The A.. C. L. and Florida -- ,

ttorison, the community must choose of road t and car "dope." Are you one East Coast Railway people would not I I land Patrick colt.atreetj W. .K. Sargent. Limit IS-tf and

( between two courses:-that of sacrifice of uatCARSON tell how many negroes they had trans FOR 8AI.B-Two thoroughbred Berk

or creator efficiency. Of doing with- ported. However, it wa estimatedthat shire boar pi(fa, :JO week old. Can'furnish

oat or'of developing every line of pro- RESIGNS.PRESIDENCY 60,000 negroes had left the state Would buy 1000 each, Cows, threes herk.hlr.pedigree P's-a., j also weak even-ola-ltth old. Inquire

xdaetiveness and of conserving what I.procIueed. i I. BOARD OF COLUMBIA.. COLLEGE within the last six months. In the and and Steers Stags and Bulls of U. IMckerion, KI..lmm."t_ Fla.liCt'
a : .
up .
., "A country cannot be ef north 700,000 men were working in -

Jit.viler.. it i* provided highway hhtesa themunitionplnnt:. This..meant. a '" '" -Or.FOR 8ALEIIOOJ.y.arldsdllnl Tr -"--* ;
Askedastothejreason_ _ What can deliver on cars Punk? Price 16o: each C.
you >your H. .
hlch.lta-procluce-eaD be hauled Klaelmmee, Fla. t-tf
gnation, Senator Carson stated to a shortage of laboror the farm. He

N: (fat'the least expense," h..I been aptly representative of the Gazette that it said that civilization,begin* and' end shipping'point' after" giving one dip AUTO 8RRVICB TO ORLANDO leave. .. *
q' atated. and in this land of sunshine our offlco at 7.4S a. m. return at S ,
, : ; was true he had resigned a* presidentof at the plow; that the badge of honoris p. m. Fare-one Way ; round

and;flower*, where thousands of visitors the board of, trustees of Columbia for the farmer boy. The fanner has ping., Want.. for shipping to Louis- Breaker-Barclay trip, '1' oenta-. (exceptcents yl. .
Realty Co. 17-tf
flock to the state to idle a few College though he> wa still a memberof always been the ox. ...rDWRLLIN08

day, weeks and even month away, the board and of the executive committee Mr. Triplett concluded with an-j iana. Give full particulars first. TlIlpr. for renEApply toM, _,'

e no community can afford to do otherthan of the board. other appeal, to take the county convicts FOR RRNT Five-room

'' to surround itself with the best,. He said "I have served in ''some off the roads and put them to I ,letter.. house do.. In, $4 per week.. furnished E.] E. ", '
Well*. Insurance and Real Estate, : i
:possible road capacity 'for ten year and since the work cultivating the soil, on the I 104 Pomlel Aye Phone tit TtfAUTOMORILH >s

beginning of, the college and have received ground that Oteeola county had never FRED' G. LOCK, ROAD MAPS ONI.Y] .Pre
.r Max: :Morita resigned his position\ as all the honors the board could been derelict in her duty to the coun M'c' .IS.l Florida Auto Road
..' complete and newest edition. ,:4
last '
editor'of the Gazette Saturday. confer on-me. I have also borne the Lake Charles La. Offer. for short time only. On sale at .. '
Mr.' :Morits ha. been with the try.Mrs. Valley daaeUe office. IOtt ifiORNKRAL
i; paper honors and the burdens of the presidency B. Wesellnovlts, who Is colon- '

r the past four: .month and under his of the board. There are others icing large tract of land across.the 1, I Florida FARMING To know Florida'U profitable fit i

able guidance it ha been kept' fully who are capable of filling this position Kissimmee river from passenger, appeared bllltlea for live atork and po.l.truck ,,,jiral.lnllr
tip to high standard to which it hasalways dalrylna. fruit and v.. , the and it was but right they should before the board and asked . ...... .... . .................... ...00000'00........ growing the. Florida Farmer .".
aimed. The owner of the Gacette have their share of the honor and the compensation for the right of way for and Homeaeeker.. SK cent Six' 'month Bampla copy trial rsub.orlplion

regretted very much to give him responsibility a public road. The matter, was referred free Address Florida Farmer and '
HOTELHERBERT e.t..ker, Box 1(0, .
,up and wish him every success in .'I feel Just a* deeply 'interested ,in to J., S.. Cadel, attorney for the GRAYSTONE Fla.! ___ Bi-tr

;, whatever his .future undertakings board who stated that it would haveto ,
M, ; the school-del will do all I can to advance i OLD PAPERS ROB BALBiae. A BUI.. ,4(
'1nP ball be decided ly eltction. Mrs. I>LB-God for wrapping purpoae Y
its interest. I felt this wa a an 1TICHTENDAHL ,
"''P'.' .te. Apply at Valley Qaaetta. letf ;
opportune time to resign as .the attendance Weselinovits drew the attention of the .

..., movement of organizing Home is BOW the largest I in the history board to the fact that Walter Pierce, , I FOR" Lot BALI5 If. Block-Make In me, St.a ea.Cloud" offer. Some.e.4 on-,
k 0ard to be made from the ranksibl.bodi.d of that section had. announced that a going to get a baraalaO. W.
,<| up of.the school and the finance areIi' DAY RATES l Smith, BK IS, Lakeland. 14atSb
t.. would close the road. The '
V4f men over thirtyoneEars' the most satisfactory condition attorney V f R
: 'I.'&IDOna..'the comKtannJtte have assured her that no one.ha* the right SALne house tent in good1condition. "
been tor .
they ,year* WITH BATH. . $3.OO Set Baas street at Mrs k
", of the state and the Floridayroa ': to dose: any pabUe'road and that ,,if : Cahooa'a plaoa. .Make me an offer. '

: 1.. nrgia that ao time akoold: be Support.the bond alectton. he;attempted to do 110 lie- would- be ar WITHOUT BATH; .' '. $ .50 34-It

lost fa perf ectiar:: this link to' the na- rested.Xa . *. m _ ron. .hD"BALK-Jlw.aqn.' _. For further 'of particular land In*KJa-adMr '

I 161est's /Isf.OSSt' Attend tie Good Bead ilassting.Y . this eonectfoa It might U stated ...... ,, __. dap << *, It B. Omdorft. tact North
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Program for Week Commencing Friday June 8th. :

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TODAY Of Glassware Tinware and ,

EARL WILLIAMS''in "THE HAWK," the first of tie new GREATER '

VITAGRAPH Features. .. Prices, $1 to $5
.. Enamelware. We have decided '

SATURDAY MONDAY Corner Drug Store: ,

Madame Petrova la "Undying Emmy Wehlea ia "Sowers'and "

-- Flame;" also Keystone Comedy Reapers;J" also.Bit "V Comedy. Attend the Good Roads meeting., to close out our stock of

TUESDAYWilliam Miss Anna Neimeyer, of Palatka, is

Famnm ia "American I BilCe Burke ia the 19th the guest of Mrs. Jack Bass. at her
t. I Chapter home in West Kissimmee. these and in
Methods," Fox Super-production. of "Gloria's'Romance." goods put more
Miss Katie Thompson, who was operated .
WEDNESDAY THURSDAY on for appendicitis! at'an Orlando
hospital, returned home on and Goods. 4
PICKFORD in "."FRECKLES. SLAVE." Thursday of last week l'I'eaUylmprov.'
Fr. G. 5/raft. e.rler.
A Fox Picture. -
r..!.. ed in health.
CHILDREN,_ 5c. # . . ADULTS, IDe.II Mrs. 'W. J. Sears left Sunday 'for These prices' below will show you that we. have

MAKE -THE .GRAND A DAILY HABIT' Sears.Washington She was to accompanied join Congressman by Joseph reduced the goods so they will be sure to sell.

Jr., and John>Lee, Jr., At Jack-

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sale only sale only . .
INTERESTING LOCAL .. M, Gardner left Sunday ,to join
.. ;. : tire ranks of the Confederate Veterans 20c Butter Bowls, this 25e Wi11te'Platters'thi's "
-- v 1 Dc .............. o..' Attend the Good Roads meeting;. in Mr;the Gardner"march wil against be gone Washington.a,month, visiting sale, only' . . sale, only . 15I35c .

! I Weather Report j j New style ,"Fern Waiai at ,only relatives. at, Cartersville; S. C., ", .
.1. The Quality Store. hta"old home: .
Dish Pans reduced .50e Vases . 2.5e
J I now. '
Mrs. A. Tress and her daughter, Sid Pearce, of Bassenger, was 2Dc .
j:' Following are daily temperatures Miss. Francis, spent Sunday in Orlando. city this, week to' consult with the to . .1. tBe Puns, now, tOe '

and precipitation. 'a* reported county cimmissioners, in reference to tSe Vases for only '5e tOe, Pans, 2 for .; )., :., t5e
by Government station the approaches 'of his toll bridge,
rk at KI..lmmee fog the week.end' Try "Sweet Orr" Work Pants, They built across the Kissimmee. River t
ling Thursday, June 7: cost no more, wear longer The Quality some time ago. .a

caw 'I, Mat. Min.' Rain Store Mrs M. N. Overstreet is here from .tOe Potato Masher, 5e' t5e"Buekets' now, '. tOe '

Friday. _....98 68 Mrs. F. W. Pittman and children left Haines City, visiting her son, J. L. tOe Grates, .. 5e tSe Platters'uowtOe

Sunday Saturday.94._.__.96 '67 64 this husband week, who for'Oklahoma is located there tor join her Overstreet came and for medical family.treatment Mrs. Oy.r.street and- tOe Colanders, . . l5e 20e Berry Bowls; now1Ue: '

Monday .......95 '68 Frank Calkins has returned from her wide circle 'of friends will be 25e Buckets' .. tge'. 6 Ice Cream Saucers, 20c
<.__.94 67 "
Tuesday Columba College at Lake City wherehe pleased to hear that she is Impl'Ovinl'rapidly. .
Wednesday ...95 66 .
attended the past term. .

Thursday ....98 fi7 ,G. W Sullivan of the Boggy Creek Mrs. 'D. G. Francis was We guest of About 50 Picture Frames, 1 1C 6 Cups Dud 6 Saucers for only .

... .....OO.O..O'O.O.J... section, spent Monday in Kissimmee the Chisholm family at 'Orlando' several . this D1e, cccb: 45c'4uringthissale.Now .

on important, business. day this week.. On Wednesday,
Fire Insurance, See A. E. DroughtAuto
The Stor Mrs. George W. Bass '1 is spending her sister, Mrs.H. M. Deyoreo, joined : is your chance to get some articles for your kitchen'
flats at Quality them for a three days' visit The entire
! \ '11-II several .week with her son, M.,J. party motored to Weldwa Spring you have been needing a longtime at very low prices.
i F. ,B."Lester of Montgomery is in Bass, of Ft Mead, ,
Thursday for an all-day picnic. '
town looking for cattle.. A freight wreck near Haines' City No Phone Orders for these Sale ''Starts
Misses 'Margeret and Anna Davidson goods. This
+ Miss Elsie Norton spent the week- Monday delayed traffic, making bothNosv83 : .
left for Washington this week
I with her at Dundee. -' and.84,tq.. copsiderabl.'Ume. '. '" '
,nd parents to' witness; 'the ceremonies attendingthe SATURDAY JUNE 9thSTORY'S '

Cash Am King! Try It at F, JLLawaon' Mrs Henry LJghtsey and little reunion of the Confe4rate Veterans : "
., and see the bargains you daughter' Miss Mildred, are spendingthe and to'se. the sights of the na '
.will. get. summer with relative in Michigan. tion's capital. They will.,be gone two
weeks .
'J. '.1 i,..':;v- A. D.' Story spent Tuesday in the. S. B. Story was here.from.) Narcoossee Miss Howard Stevens arrived Friday ..,., .:.

,l' Oi; city, having brought his ion*:' in to register. Monday' to appear' before ,,t'the for an extended visit with .her ,, .. '\. '. : .. :!\o "fl.'"''' : .
I d",;:.j;," Board of Commissioners and to transact aunt, Mrs., F. G., Thomason. ',Miss .' ; ,
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ifselllstandnrd; 'Y goods f atf standard other business.:;I)?.f>f trf : I ', Stevens has just closed a 'successful " ?
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prices, and give 10 per cent. off. F. Pierce Gardner has returned to his school term at Jensen, Fla., where
IL Lawson. home in Miami after a brief visit with she baa been employed. "as superintendent _. -NEXT. DOOR TO POST E'

. of Soperton, Ca. his relatives and many friends in. Kis
Miss Annie Hyatt ," *
is the attractive guest of her uncle, simmee, his. home town. I Miss Ruth Butler has returned from i .Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday''

Dr. C. L. Hyatt and family.Don't C. W. C Campbell, foreman''of Hopkins Bradentown'', where she 'spent' : the win "
( A Kempfer's turpentine work at ter with relatives. She was accompanied .
forget that you gel 10 percent
buy Deer Park, came up ,to the city last by little ,Marion and Josephine
discount everything
,on you week for a, few days' visit jwtth his Singletary, who will visit their grand. Mr. and. Mrs. C.. W, Hill,and Mra. Ul
, at F. H. Lawson's.Every family.L. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller, for Walter Moody left in ,their'car last DR.
I, one is urged not to forget several months. week for their home in Goulds, near DeWITT LIGHTSEY
the home of N. B. A. Jordan of Cheater, Pa., who I I.
The have been
, the lawn social at Miami. party questsof '
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time Rev. J. J. Farmer returned Monday '05 T, OP ATH
spending some looking after
Carson this Friday. evening" from 5 the Gardner and Roberson families .. .
. property interests near Narcoossee, from a seven weeks' visit to Georgia. -
for several weeks They will make '
tolOp.m. accompanied. J. Triplett to Kissimmee While there Mr.. Farmer visited his Corner Drug Store Mondays and Fridays c
their homeward St. Augustine.R. ;
'.' Mrs. F. H. Fettle and son, Clifford, Monday. I brother at Newlands, and friends at trip va . ,
, . '1 Tuesday for a, week's visit with her Today Ackies Bass of St Cloud and considerable.,,begefited by.the change. miles east'of the city, spent Tuesdayin
P. of Orlando
Dr. Philips shipped seventy I
Thomas. Kissimmee the boys
Miss Eva watching
' 1 head of fine cattle to E. t:. War- Mayor J. S. Cadel left Monday' Confederate ,," "'I "'I "." ."'1 VL' 11"1"1
Mr. Partin is
Rev. J. T. Reaves, of the Point, ner of South Dayton, N.'Y. Florida night for Washington to bid his sister, ister. one a t. i
A4:: was in the city Tuesday "and states cattle be known. Miss Ines Cadel'good-bye. Miss Cadel veteran and of our most respected '
1 are getting to widely )
tii I that the drought Is doing' considerable is a nurse and is leaving in a few days citizens He had"anticipated attending
Mr. and,, Mrs. G. .Persons ''re the annual reunion"of the Confederate .
section. Hospital Shoes Shoes! Shoes !
4 damage to_com in his to join the American Ambulance ,
turned from Moultrie,.Ga, on Tues Corps stationed at Paris. Mayor veterans at Washington but was
:! Virgil Edwards, one of the Valley day. During' his absence Mr.. Persons Cadel will return home the last of the taken'' ill and was* unable physically to ,
it' Gazette's competent force visited his exchanged his Ford for a Dort seven- week. make the trip. While absent in body,
. mother in Tampa Sunday, making the passenger car. his spirit Is present with the "boys,"
'.,'1 f'.. trip via the ruoJine.route. ,, Mrs. E. C. Rockhill baa purchasedth.Cooperfarmonth.Orlandoroad Mrs. D. Wilton Alderman small however. Spring and Summer Footwear. :
" ofA.uburndale, daughter, with Mrs. Edgar= Kat ..and "
.< W. D..Howell_ .. >
,; was in the city Wednesdsy and being just north of the city. She>, with her baby, leftlVednesday'where they will night spend for Pennsylvania the 'I 'We Have It! J
', 9 an old newspaper man, he naturally sister, Mrs S. C. Skillman, moved to Sunday Dinner
They made the trip'via
k gravitated to the Gazette office.In their place Wednesday, and expect to Washington summer where they. will visit for Shoes for every member, of the family .

handing in the list of the'membership make'it their ,home. several day. 50c k
committee for the Red Cross of Bassinger .1 I
Mrs. B. Weselinovitz ,
, "l campaign'last week the name of Mrs. was in town Monday, to appear before Dr. P. Phillips of Orlando, who has ,I Complete'array"of
been prominent factor In the handling .
, M. A. Clark was Inadvertently omit Commissioners Cut Summer Shoes .
the Board of County Men's Low ; elegant
of the potato crop in this action, I? Noon 2 P. M. '
ted. in the interest of better approaches was in''the city this week. Th doctor Footwear for Lades, Misses and Children -
9 Mrs. A., C. Ordway,. and' two Inter to the bridge across the Kis states that he has recently purchased ,MENUCream ,
Lorene and Mary, simmee River at Bassinger. Great Display of "White,, Kid 'and i '
Yf eating daughters the crop of potatoes on four hundred of Celery and Chix Soup i ;. ,
a, are visiting her sister, Mrs: G. D. | Mrs. Lee Rogers and two children, acres'.at Zellwood, and estimates the .... Canvas Shoes.
- Boone. They arrived: Tuesday and will who have been guests of her parents, yield at over 30,000 barrels.'' Sweet Pickles ,. ,

spend, several weeks here. I Mr.and Mrs. E. Green, left,Wednesday The Gazette is indebted to'Mr. J. F. One-half Fried Spring Chicken ... .
Mrs. Eddie Lancaster has returned to'join Mr. Rogers at. Arkansas Niswonger for a luscious watermelonof HatsMost
from a visit to her motherat Plant I I J City Kans. They. expect to return to the "Angel Kiss" variety. This is anew Steamed Rice Straw
City. She accompanied home by Kissimmee in tI% sll. this
was variety of watermelon for
Mashed New Potatoes
her sister Mis Viola Gilbert, who I C. H. Summers. pastor of the Methodist country and if all\,, of them .are up to complete variety/sizes: shapes and
will visit relative here for,some time. Church, with J. M. Lee and J. the standard of the one presented us Sliced Tomatoes '' styles. Up-to-the Minute Goods, Prices

&: J. Triplett.of Narcoossee was in McPhatter, members of the'board of by Mr, Niswonger, it I I. bound to grow.; Cake t
,..' town Monday and appeared before the stewards, motored to Leesburg,..Tues in favor. .. . '. Are Right.

Board ,of County Commissioners, day to be present at the session of The Story, Store has decided to discontinue Iced,Tea Coffee .
where he made of those eloquent the district conference ,.of the M.' E. line
one enamelware
its of tinware, '-' } ,
speeches for which he Is famous: Church South.C. etc.. In order to make room for }t

The Baptist'ladles' Aid, Society C.'Worthington who l is guiding' C larger stock;of'.hou.. notions'-And Knott's' Cafe H.C.'STANFORD COMPANY

,will give: a lawn, p&rtJ'hia.. ,Friday the destinies of the St.. Cloud Tribune dry goods'and; for thl'reason'are offering .. .. l
evening from 5 to 10 .p. m. at the during the' absence of Editor:.C. :'F." the former at.very low prices 'r Cel: Plies T. EMj "OU ReliaU. SUe Dale sit l 0c*.Ia:.C Wy., "
home of N. B. Carson' oar Broadway. Johnson at Tallahasie.-win in, towD for' the'next few days;' iathl ./ d; \
Ice'm.m. horn*'made cake,:stile ,can1tdl .-'f Monday and_was/ a genial, ails f 'at *, .pus ..t.: the .Gas.4U\''tell* lathe _., I I . "-: II, : "\i iJ :'
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St. Cloud Department GAINED 33 POUNDS Tuesday" evening-. of this* week the DONT STAY BILIOUS, CONSTIPATED,

Sand Lake Club was formed., Mr. ..".',
NEWS",AND NOTES OF THE,"WONDER CITY" .FROM OUR OWN Mr. J. D. Morn nw Declare She b G. W. made Your -
( was temporary dealer sells a.CO
.. druggist or you
CORRESPONDENT Now Well and lit ....'s Unr TuT Win Cltu YnrUnr ,
Happy After an chairman, and; ,H. B. Whltaker, secre- eent bottle of Dodson's Liver Ton

A I n.M of, 'Three Years' Standing. tary. A"committee composed of the SIIIII Better Hu Cilomtltti will under clean. my personal sluggish<< guarantee liver better that Mian' U .

The people: ] of the Christian Church Good rich,>left on Monday for Bangor, I charier members was appointed to CM Met .Situ*. nasty calomel your} it won't make you stele

held their children's day exercises Maine The phone rang at Morris' ,drugstore draw up the constitution and by-laws. Calomel snalces yon sick J :you tOM a and you can eat anything you waDa
Sunday evening, June 3rd when avery Mrs. Howell Bass of Kissimmeewas in Ensley, Alabama, recently. Mr. Alex] Flndley] who is the oldest dare work. Calomel I. quicksilver and without being salivated. Your druggist

good program WBJ carried out. a-business .visitor here on Mon. and when Mr. Allison, of the firm,'answered professionaLjiroIfer] in this country, is k liva4eit, calomel Injures your liver. guarantees that each spoonful bowels will start andstraighten
Hall and mother were the the 'instigator of this movement. In II you art bilious) feel lazy, sluggishaod your liver! clean your
Mr. day.
this is the message he received all knocked out If your towels are you up by morning or, you
guests on Wednesday of Mr..and Mm. R. V, Phillips of Kenansville was the course of the rneetuitf Mr. Fio l- oonstipsted and your bead ache .or get your money back. Children gladly]
Levi! Shambow. a St. Cloud caller Wednesday. : ley explained] the game-full/ told) stomach I I. our, take a spoonful ofharmlns take Dodson's ,Liver Tone because it la
"This is Mrs. J. D. Morrison, at 1403 of its advantages over -other sports. Dodwms Liver Ton insteadof and doesn't gripe or
Wednes- tasting
Mr John Anderson left on J. Donald] Conn, who has been at- calomel. pleasant
day morning for Minnesota: ., where be tending school at Stetson'University, Avenue F, Ensley] ; and I'want you task i The course is to be on the beautiful] Podson'n lining Liver sickening Tone is silivatinir real liver", medicine. cramp or make them sick.

expects to spend the summer. Deland] left here on Wednesday for one of the Tanlac Company' men i shore of Sand Lake. Work will beginat i You'll know It next morning be. ; I.m wiling millions of bottle who liavofound !rDndROn's ..'
to come to see me, for I want every. once and will be rapidly pushed to cause you will\ wake'up fouling fine; Liver Tone to people "
has Point Marion Pa. where he .
who been attending expectsto li
Floyd Northrop, liver will Iw working, headache that this pleasant, vopetaMe, "ermedicine
has your your
body., to know what this meJicine ; completion] The charter members .
': teach school this of daiirerouentomel. :-.
school at Stetson, spent a summer and com and diulnens gone, jour stomach takes the place |
few days last week with his parentc. ing winter., done for me." I are Messrs. Alex] Findley] .G, W will\ be went and ImweU rejrulaiu You Buy one bottle on my Bound, I
hill! Mr. and'Mrsr Isaac Eckley] leave That same aftemon the local Tan. Spahr, 11. R WhiUker, E. Stielsr and will\ feel like working.. Yo 'II Ioe I cheerful reliable guarantee Ant! your druggist !
red surprised
Mr ) Phipps pur-
; '. : full of energy, vigor aDd ambition.! about me. *,:
ents last Saturday,, when! he arrived next week to spend the summer in lac representative called to neo Mrs. Carl Stieler.] ., After the business of :
home on a nine-day furlough.Mr. ] Kansas and Nebraska. 'I Morrison at her home, when she made the dub was completed, Mr Findle] -

Johnson has:enlisted untf The choir of the }J. E. Church will' the following remarkable statement: entertained those present with several STATE TAX LEVY State road department, one-half

Harry leave Friday. hold a chicken supper in .the church J 'Three years ago I lost my health, select] pieces en his beautiful Vic TALLAHASSEE, Fla.] June 7,-Inquiries I'
expects to on Friday evening, th6 proceeds will, be and have been sick ever since. I had trola.] Mrs. Findley] made the even- at the} :comptroller's office this mill.Board of Health] one-half mill.. '
Mrs. William)] Phipps entertained nt used to pay their pledge on the annex chronic stomach trouble of the Int ing complete by serving grape juice morning brought 'out the fact that the A bill creating a state convict roaJfore "4

dinner Wednesday! evening in honorof of the church. kind and just seemed to go Into a gen and cakes. AH present expressed the tax levy; for 1917-18 for state pur- ? under the road department and I
her son/ Fred, who is home on a eral decline. Nobody but people who determination to make the Sand lAke
following Mrs. Clara Simms spent several poses will have to be ten mills, divide givipg that department three hun- ,,
nine-day leave of absence.. The days last.w- ek at Orlando. have had this. 'awful' trouble know how Golf] Club a real help to this commune as'follows' ; dred convicts beginning September' U

guests were present,; Mr*. Dr; J. D. Chunn i.s home after a I have suffered. Ity. .' .' General revenue, five mills.Pensions was approved by the Governor this I

Doolittie, Misses Fled., Lottie and short trip to Tamp "I tried doctors, I tried medicine; Mr. Carl Stieler arrived from Virglnia. , three mills. morning. 'He also approved a bill extending j;
;::;;w-.l;; ,leasj! 1oolittle,.Mj ,Iiert. Aurham J_ andLtrjcd everything but nothing seemed i Ill, this week. He Is to'be'eonrieeled'wlth'ihe State years. !
o -GoPde=;N..u.-p-b. : : .__ _school Ltax-one mill' text book contracts two i iL.
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Mr. and Mr*. Oliver Knight and"Billy to help ] I lrTea"3Tel. ' "-C drrt: -- -'-"- .--.- .... p.. .-. -"
a particle. : : : .
tending Stetson Univresity at Deland] 1 JIIIL I: : ; ;;1
and Joe Phippc.Mr is at borne for the summer' vacation.The ing and lived on liquid food, raw eggs 'puny , . -wwwww.www w w V.TVT wv.vwyy.ywvvvvTW vvirv inr... :
S and Mrs. Anson McGill gave > Home Missionary Society met and things like ,that until,, I almost] : Mr.. H. E. Williams arrived Saturday -

watermelon party Monday evening to, ion..Thursday afternoon in the church starved, but even that failed to relievemy : from Shelbyville.] I1L He Is* also] [I

several ,of their friends; the evening parlors, a splendid] program was carried trouble. !corrected with the Dixie Prod lice',Company D.c.wagnerlnsuranceAgency ,'

,being much enjoyed.__ out 'I ]lost all the strength I had and .

Mr. Charles] Johnson of Sanford was Miss Rose McKenzie, whoha been was a nervous. wreck. I,never' knew H. E.. Williams, E.. Stieler, II. B. 2ad Floor Citizens Bank Bid*., Phone No. 30. i
a St. Cloud visitor on Tuesday. attending school at Tallahassee, Is what I It was to gt a good night's sleep "WhiUker and Carl Stiller] spent Mon
George Hall of Deer Park, was a St: now home for the summer vacation. and was nervous, feverish and rest day in Klssimmee on business.Mr. The Leading General Insurance. Agency In Osceola Co.' :

Cloud caller on Monday. Cottage wa.' held less most of the time. I also] suffered G. W. Spahr spent Saturday ir
Wm. and Nelson Makinson, prayer meeting I WE REPRESENT THE AETNA HOME OF NEW YORK HARTFORD
Messrs. Tuesday evening at the home of Mr.(! dreadfully from biliousness and constipation Orlando receiving instructions jn re- :
Nat Carson and Arthur Gerald of I i AND MANY OTHER' FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE '
and Mrs James Sage, in Doop's Addition and was never free from gard to registration day. He is the
i Kissimmee were in our city on Tues pain night or day. registrar in this precinct.The ; COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.,

J day. .. I "The 26th of last March I was takento Dixie Produce Company has AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY' OF FIRE, 'i

The High.School play] "The Call of Veterans'. Association Meeting the hospital and operated on for been shipping tomatoes and sweet LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH. AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO. \
the Flag," was repeated Monday, BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive
: The 'Veterans' Association met on what was supposed to be female corn in the last few days.
t evening in the G. A. R. Hall to a Saturday, June 2, at 2 p. m., President ,trouble, and''when I left the hospital 1 Mrs. W, H. Whitaker and son, Wil- Insurance
; small, but appreciative audience. Kenney presiding. I,was nothing but a living skeleton and Ham, arrived Thursday of this week, ./;
S Joe Johnston of Kissimmee was In only weighed 66 pounds. That is the They are here for a' visit with their! ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. "
Opening Song, "America, followed '
q St. Cloud on Tuesday calling on by prayer by Chaplain] Westcott.i_,truth, and everybody who knows me son and brother, II. B. Whitaker. IN-THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION r
r friends.. will tell you'it is a fact. -The operationdidn't Mr. G. W. Stokes left Friday for a AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION.
who always by Bible teaching
,, prays
Children' exercises will be I
do me any good as far as restor. trip of several week through the ea.tand
and ..'ami88." Music the choir. *eeooeo oeo ooe'0 o 6e
no by e'v eeiir
held in the M. E. Church .Sunday
on ing health was concerned. If any- north.W. ,
my "'-
Reading of minute of the previous -
rK June 10th thing, I got worse and it just looked ,
.; i\f\i iff\i"tt] \ jf\ff( tjyi
Messrs.' Ira Bass and Smith of Kis meeting by President Kenney. I like I ,was going to die. C. Calyer] of Tampico, Mexico, .a

r aimmee were! callers in our. city on' The president gave. the usual Invi- Finally, Liras told that my trouble arrived last week for a six weeks

c Tuesday. tation for all new visitor to take. was tuberculosis of the bowels and visit with his sister,, Mrs. T. W. Ellis Stout Lumber Co. .
Mice Star Paisley and Mrs. Hines; seats on the platform.] Notice of an-t that I had better stay out In the fresh Mr. Calyer was a former resident and
s, left Thursday last to spend the tide lost and found., Announcementsand air all I could, as nothing else,could Frequent visitor, here and has many auoocaeoRa TO MAY-*TOUT LUMBER oo. J

; summer in the north. 'I collection for the hall and ex* be done forme."About .* J Friends who will be gratfled to learnof DEALERS IN'

Mr. and Mr*. C., K. 'Hendrix were I expense was taken.' I that time I began hearing a his arrival
calling on friend In the',East'End on ,The meeting wa then turned ever lot of talk] 'about the new medicine, YELLOW 'PINE AND CYPRESS ,
Wednesday. Ii to Mr*. Griffin, who had charge the Tanlac, and read 'a great,deal in the LIFT YOUR CORNS LUMBER
Mr.; Miles, Mr. Ginn. Mr. Wylie and following program for the social papers what different people] .had to OFF WITH FINGERS

Miss Ruth Wylf motored to Sanford hour. say about It. Something just seemedto Tell How to Loosen-a Tender Com
""c on Saturday, returning on Monday. I Song by the Cathcart Bisters. tell me 'It was what I needed, although or'Callus So It Lift Out Novelty Works in Connection
Mrs. Hetty Fertie-of Kenansville is Recitation by Ailene Moon.
S the doctor didn't think so, butI '
i Without Pain It b ear pleasure to give yea estimates at all time.
here spending few with hel'mother. Dr. Farris. .
a day Reading by told him I was .going to try it anyway 1
Song, Miss Jane Warner. Ceerteea Attention and Delivery.' k
; as they had already] said they You reckless men and women ,who
Lillian and Hume Mayes, who have! Recitation, Goldie Groves could' do nothing more for me. are pestered with corns and who have Phone ,21 f
}* spent the past two years here' with Two piece. of violin music byMir-:: ] "The first bottle didn't,do me much at least once ar week invited an awful 'Kissimmee, Fla.S'tate.B'ank. '

? their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. lam Wheatly accompanied by Edith good as far as I. could tell, but that death from lockjaw or blood poisonare .
I Charles their aunt,'Mrs. Harrod on the piano. An interesting didn't dishearten me, for I knew it now told by a Cincinnati authorityto
Goodrich.f.nd called freezone which
Florence left and dramatic reading by Mrs. Minnie use a drug .. ..
t rj Wednesday
>> would take time in my case, so I got the moment a few drops are appliedto
.r morning for their home in Caruthers- Cooper. I the second bottle and began Improv- any corn or callus the soreness is
'or-: vine, Mo. Two recitations by Mr. McKay. One' ing right away. relieved and soon the entire corn or

&) Mr. Young Tindal of Deer Park. rather comic song by Edith Harrod. I "After this I commenced eating and callus, root and all, lifts off with the.

spent Tuesday in our city. Song by Constance Harris, closed by appetite increased every day. By fingers. ,
t my dries the moment it is
Freezere\ ap-
Miss Albina Smith of Kissimmeewas singing "Star Spangled Banner.
bottles I
the time I had taken plied, and simply] shrivels the corn or
a St. Cloud visitor on Tuesday. A. SrCOLE, was able] to ;eat whatever I liked.and callus without inflaming or even irritating I
Mr*. S. W. Porter and mother, Mrs. Assistant Secretary.Correct gained flesh and strength right along.] -surrounding tissue or of Kissimmee

f "My nerves got settled and I got skin.' A small bottle of freecone will
cost very little at any of the drugstores r
so I could sleep] good at night Why, will rid one's
t on the fourth bottle alone] I gained 7 feet of every hard or soft corn or The of]the world
pounds and the other day I actuallyweighed hardened callus. If your druggist eyes ,

1 ? U Usage of 99 pounds. Yes, sir, I went hasn't any freezone he can get It-.t-

from 66 pounds to 99 pounds-that's any wholesale,drug house for you. .

Ii: what Tanlac] did for'me. Mrs. Crews of Haines 'City who are on the man who',
i the Stars and "
Stripes better and
: "I feel so much stronger. ,with her little son, has been spending s,
I[ am now doing every bit of my work. ,
several day with her sister, Mrs. M.
Here are the correct ways to display I[ even do. the washing and nothing M. Miller, fell and sustained painful

'it the United States flag., seems tq hurt me. Honestly, this Tan- last' Monday. She'Is ..
Injuries now nnler
The flag should be raised at sunrise, I sawin
,,1 lac beats anything ever my
the care of a physician and will SAVESft
or after, never before. life, and I would not give one bottle
be confined to, her bed for some time.
The flag must be lowered at tuiset. of it for all the other medicines ,in

1f; ... It is a mark of disrespect to fly the Ensley] and Birmingham put together. flL
I flag through the night. "I have just returned from visit tomy IMnv. '

_.whelL1h.LSa.J.! hung-again Ltw;IL old home near Alabama-] City, and\ T; OMACIi J .. .
*- J. ----- rTjAUSE'for * ., .
4 the blue field should be in the upper It I i. an honest fact that my own sisters -
t'" L left comer if the stripes are horizontal, did not know me at first.. All ONE DOSE WILL CONVINCE, ,a moment young man :'
Gail' Stone, Cancer ana Ulcers of thtemach
,J. or in the upper right hand corner: if the around here my neighbors are wonder. '
stripes are perpendicular. d'Ing what on earth I have found to put and, Intestine, Anto-Intoxi- > and give' a thought to 'self. The

; .',. Bunting for decorations, should be me on my feet again, for they had cation, Yellow Jaundico, Appendicitis' that confront
1' and other fatal ailment result from problems now or
y' placed with the red on top, white below given me up to die months ago. Stomach Trouble. Thousand of : you {
J 'Never as long as I live will I ever will hence
rl. and blue at the bottom. Stomach) Sufferers owe' their complete a few''years' }
without bottle of Tanlac] in ,
I sat A flag used as a street banner, be a. my to Mayr's Wonderful III

'a should be,hung across the street at an house, because 'I owe my life to this Remedy.recovery. Unlike any other for.Stomach .,.. Look'about' yon-(he men of affair in country state, nation A

equal distance between the curbs.. medicine.. Ailment For sale] by .3r Z. Ro-; yes, in the 'world, are the men who. 'started to save early in life. ,
Genuine Tanlac] is sold in Kisslm-
berson and ,.. "
United States laws 'forbid. the use mee exclusively] by J. Z. Roberson; in druggists everywhere.W. They nave die respect and confidence of the community.

a of the flag in registered trademarks or St. Cloud by Seminole] Pharmacy, and ., H. Kempfer, of Deer Park, was "
for advertising purposes.In inKenansville.. In the city Wednesday. Mr. Kempferwas i Then look on the other side-at the fellow who spend all they

no case should the flag be allowedto registrar at Deer Park, and came .make.-they may have a 'good time for a while bat .what does- their ':

.touch the ground.To FOOD CONSERVATION NOTICE up to bring the returns to Clerk J.: L. personality reflect? i

display the flag at half matt, incase Miss Albina Smith, county agent or vertreet H."registered 65 'names. A dollar er ra deposited. in this bank'will be the I , .t
'of national mourning or other cal the Horn Extension Work'in Osceola: Mr,'Kempfer i.the junior member of ,Baden of an honorable, independent career. :j.
amity the is to'raise it to \ the firm of Hopkins. A Kempfer, whore Make '
proper way county request all who are interested year now-today. Year bank .,:
the top then lower it a little., Before it in-jfood conservation to meet herat draining and 'reclaiming. several boob. will pate tike way .."... .
is lowered, it is proper to raise the flag the used for: Domestic thousand acre of prairie land around. 'J.
the ..
to the top. cottage '' Deer Park. Capital ateck _;-. _;.... __.--__.;-.;...; _, ___ $100,000.00, 'f* M

,. On the death of a president, tie' flag t school Tuesday Science morning Department 9 o'clock. the, ,Resemrces ever: '____J.-___*___________ 400000.00 I f.
1,000 sere*..of Sweet .Potatoes for. ..
1 should be displayed only one day at when the subject under discussionwill" Officer and Director

a .half mast, according to regulation be'.The Drying o{ Vegetable" .
.. The) flag I* At half mast only half a ne best method of curing corn, peas, ;IHICHESTER S PtU.8 'C. A.. CA880Nr PreaUent M. KATZ.d E. L. LESLEY V-P.'
r day 'Manorial day. At midday the'flag ,. beano ROMA
and other vegetable will be hasIANsN.. eau THOMAS;.aver. Y
i raised to the top of the staff .. ,
considered! ;:with practical suggestionsfor --
\ li.'c'Ba A
s where it remain* until! RUet. Iteepillc.V weevils'etc.1.W ._ eir-.iaasttssae:: .N.,&: CARSON.'SIX' IIi.EATZ, :
: .
& igg
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:fe-2 iB! SH 'Z.: ADB7VUl.n.
.. ,, . .
acre_ _of. Sweejt.._ FeUtoea fee M' -. -- -- -
rtlulasss.s. D' .4$11fD@artfdSUBt' t &
/ :'f. ..
v tk t ..... :/ .
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"\ '" o f' ", 1 .0. )I a+a fly Y rW {iV'p I < l l ,A say'

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tlrt u .y.a.-tCf-l. .. 1'' &T.;Idllt 1, MITJ. ,

A. BLACKWELL ENTERS pulfedry' School' Attendance.": after. then It shall be'r... *.t y of the [NOTICE; roB APPLICATION: ron.TAJ .. . >*>*>...... ., . ..

168. The County Board of Publle Instruction AttendancepJlcsr' upon the recommendation -f[ DEED UNDER SECTION 474 AMD ,
THE CATTLE BUSINESS of a county In which-a. compulsory of the Board of Public Instruction I I4IB. h
school attendance election baa to prosecute forthwith such personIn .
been held and three-fifths. of. the vote the name of the State .f Florida, before STATE Ql* FLORIDA

.J. A. Blaekwell who owu a tract legally cast at such election la a Special any J..U_ a>f the ....... or County ;
Tax School District. School Board :Judge of any 00....',.. town orMs- ....:.c. Is hereby given that 8. T. $15.80
of J land conLatntnc'over .seven thousanl District or In the whole oount,. 'wr.For trlct In which the prosecuted ,redden Moore, purchaser of part of Tax Certificate ;
Compulsory School Attendance"shall. All fines collected shall be turned overto : .
acre lying between Lake Cyp. at the Seat regular meeting the custodian of the County School / No. .1111., dated the Itb day of

'ret and G.ntrybaa decide: to c thereafter, publish that the, followrinacompulsory Fund, and may be used by the County July. A.. D, IMtt has Sled said oertlfl.
school attendance laws will Board of Public Instruction for the. enforcement
cat. In office and has made .
into the cattle business. !iii. purchased bo !n full force and effect thirty days of this Act, !or for-other. ,purposes. for my Tax Deed to issue In accordance application 'ATLANTA CA. <

this week 112 stock cat'ta: from thereafter In the Special Tax RjhoolDistrict. I to law. said Certificate embracesthe ,
SchTOl Board District, County .CommUsioner .\. K Ban, d: the county, as may have been Kter-, have the right' to visit and enter any Florida, to-wlt:
mined by the said eUctlon office. factory or business house em I
Lot 14 of the Semtnole Land and
St. Cloud,,, and "will add *x> these from I'.. Kvery. parent, r'uarllt.n. or person : :: youth, for the purpose of enforcing Investment Company subdivision ol and return'.N', '
time to time until he hat his entire In charge of or control of. a child< the provisions of this. Act! all of Section Twenty-six 4S*). Town. ,
< elhtand when doubt exists to the of .
or children between > as age a ship II South
Twenty-six: < ) Rang
t pasture' itocVed. fourteen years and residing within child he may require a afifdavlt attested Thirty (10) East. .' ......', ' .
a Special Tax School District, a School birth certificate or as .
? The said lands being assessed In the '
'Mr. Blackweli has for a number of Board District or a county advertised to the age. of any child. Fame of Seminole Land and Investment '

been prominently conected with as under-the following; compulsoryschool 17*. Every Attendance Officer shall Company' at the date of Issuance of JUNE 15-16-17 ,
year attendance provisions, shall keep an accurate record of all notices said certificate; unless said certificate '
j. the turpentine business in this eec- cause such child or children to attend served, ,all ease prosecuted add all shall be redeemed according to law. ,
regularly the public school of the district other Services and shall
r.rlormedf tax deed will Issue thereon on the lUll
tion, but recently sold his entire holdings In which the child or children reside make an rf" the' same to day of June, A. D. 1(17. Limit June 25 .

at Ashton and is now free to devote not less than eighty days of each the County Board Public Instruction, Witness my hand and;' official seal
I, year between the axes of eight' and on blanks furnished by the State Superintendent this the lilt day of May y1 D. 117.
hit entire*time to the stock busi fourteen years of each child; the periodof of Public Instruction, In J. L. OVBR8TREEX.; : : ; "
compulsory attendance shall commence the manner required, and oftener when Clerk Circuit Court Osceola, County,.
ness.IMMIMIMIMIIIIIIIIII. with the beginning of the school demanded by the County Board. State of Florida. I
!. term nearest to the eighth birthday of 174. It shall be the duty of all principals Circuit Court Seal) SS5t II I VIA
each child and shall cover period of and teachers to co-operate with .
six consecutive years thereafter, exceptas the Attendance Officer In the enforcement
f'' hereinafter provided. of this law To this end It. shall NOTICE OF ELECTION

1S. Continuous' attendance be the duty of the principal or teacher 1 .__ '. Atlantic ,Coast Line I
upon ; '
In of
.t charge school. In which -
every pupils
some other school public private, or In compliance. with the law In Dues.
between the of eight and
. church, for eighty days of; each year ', ages cases made and provided.. It la herebyannounced Railroad South
fourteen years are Instructed to keep Standard of the
of and fourteenof and declared that ,
J Advertisements : during the ages eight an accurate record of the attendanceof an election .
any child, may be accepted In lieu of all weekly reportsto will' be held at Union Center 0..
attendance upon a local publlo school; f "ciat'e'g'-: : feola County. Florida. Special Tax
; "r II I I II II I II I I II I I the and the Coun
I 11111.1 Provided further That any private or School District No. e, on Tuesday JuneS6th
church school receiving for Instruction ty Superintendent,, of all pupil Imperfect of Publto In Instruction attend- A. D.. 117. for the purpose .t determining " " " "I... . ..... .. . .. . . .i.. ..... .

t pupils between the ages of eight and showing all excused andunexcused. ; who shall serve aa school
ance. absences
fourteen years keen such record trustees of said districts for Lwe| )...nn..t .
said and In the of -
case an
of attendance of child or childrenand after the election and to fix the
absence to
state the for
will render. such reports of the reason number of mills of district scboel l tax
. _... .t t... Interior.I of which the pupil was excused. to .be levied and collected. for
I>rs>ar same, as are hereinafter required 17*. It shall be the duty of the aually
'I S.. lad "'*_ .t Gal.e.rlee.J..e Ft- teachers of public schools: otherwise County Board of Public Instruction of the .
'1 S, the attendance upon any such private each county to causethis Act to bepublished The following were apfvnlsjted to act PROSPERITY
or church school refusing or neglecting at said election: J. K HI'I....... a..'.
and distinct Iromthe.pubtleaUon
1 t Notice Is hereby Riven that Rufus F. to keep such records and to make such separate of the Acts of the Leg Hal-vey. Will Hughe, Irtapvctoi; 1, HW..ath..rh..o. .

]toes, of Orange Center. Fla.. who on reports shall not be accepted I* lieu of islature. In full In Borne newspaper published Clerk.
made attendance upon a public school.IDA. Done by.order of th Hoard of PublicInstruction
r August IP. t II. NWVd In the county. If there be one and .
try No 01075. for Wtt' .-of ... 1i1... ...._This act shall not If there be non., then to otstrlbute and Osre-ola Countv. Florida- ,
t >rW'% of B\\%. Section 16. Township Z4 : In .any case In which' the chad's give It the widest circulation In the this 7th day of May A. D. 117.W. .
I, H.. Range St 1':., Tallahassee Meridian apply or mental conditions aa attested form of a circular at least four weeks Attest C. BASS, Chairman. Ideal Formulas :'
I ,I has filed notice of Intention to make by any competent physician before prior to. the opening of the schools for :
1 three-year proof, to establish claim to any court having jurisdiction under the beginning 15. .C, E:, YOWKLJj.: ... Superintendent.. -'", '
the land above described. before Clerk this Act renders Its attendance ImprarilcaUe and annually thereafter I If flt"i"t *,3'ICtYI

.'!! ...meeioflda. ....og : JLneKoedlert! : \ (lr. In."any crrtlan, Itbe e eyUiTddfd1__._'. .-- -"" ,,", IdealMethodsIdeal
... nr 11. "TV'. 1'1Ift""tn"wtrrrgt1IS'rtlna1Vmthan des-morv Tiy-oTfler; 6t t'Ubilg instruction 1V MIt'lrUV-SI-lIff'l A V .
nalmant names) a. witnesses: two mile. by the nearest traveled of Osceola County. -
T. II Keen of Orange Center Fla., route from the school house and transportation W. C. BA8J Chra. WHEREAS at a meeting l'th... Ideal Results
i J. Haas, of Orange, Center, Fla..T. Is not .. whtchnthe; case C. E. TOWEL.U Supt. of Public Inst. Board of County Commissioners of Os 200"ins
'I .T.: ric: of Orange Center Fla of extreme poverty. In services ".4t.. ceola County Florida held at Klsslm- .
Handel J, Keen of Klsslmmee.. Flat of such child are necessary for Its mee Osceoln County. Florida, on. May F
.. ROUT, W. DAVI8. own supportor the support of Its ownparents ';" : NOTII'R-Fo1t UCA'rJON'' < 7th A. D. 117,.' the Board having con II DEMake Your With Profit
.i 8-6t Register as attested by the affidavit of sldered a petition theretofore presentedto . Crops a ?
Its parent or parents, and of such witnesses them signed by more than twenty-

i 1HERIFF' ,SALE ss the Attendance Officer may Departsseat......the..1.Ierler'U.. *. LaadOfCee five per cent of the duly registered : Writ fmr rimi m-i.e '' '
require; or. In any case In which said at .Ule. Kl May SS.9 Voters who are freeholders residing .

I. the ClrvBlt ("..rt .* the ......t. ..r..IC'I.I .- rarent. guardian or other person have \ IT. within tile territory therein and hereinafter fLOAIDEAI. e. Orov sad Oanlesi

Dl. rte !. ..* *_ O.ewl.I or control of a child shall NOTICE Is hereby that Oscar described, which It Is proposed to '
(,....17. FlrldMeehavlea show before any magistrate by afn. H. of given constitute Into a Special Road and e' Wilson & 'Toomer. Fertilizer Co.
Britt Florida
Loughman. who
I! ,- davit of himself and of suchwitnessesas Bridge District asking. the said Board SEMINOLE
the Attendance Officer may require, April 28. 1I1S made Homestead Entry 'to call election to determine whether
N.tlB.l (leak.f No. for an Ha.d.ctar..IDEAL FERTILIZERSDesJera : )
.p_". 4 1 011841. BWU of N\VU. Township j CHEROKEE
the child Is without necessarybooks or not said territory shall be conedtut.d
< .*>h_...*..... "., a C.r.pera41e.1 that and clothing for attending S* B.. Range t. K.., TallahaaeeeMeridian [ I Into a Special, Road and Bridge tmfifrmr MmeMmmrr l-tl.lils +

F..1..1.. school''and that the parent Is Unable to' has flied notice of Intentionto District and the roads and bridges proposed
ve. the books and clothing make Commutation Proof to estab thereinconstructed and.paid for F
"((.abrl.e C. Kmtf mm* 11:1... K. K.... provide, ; Provided.necessary That when books and lish claim to the above described, before as specified In said petition, ;F1 -"i JackaonvWe. Florida
'I Her*/ DefradMta. clothing. shall be provided, through Clerk Circuit Court, at Klsslmmee WHEREAS the said :;'n4h.'n
f charity or by other meant, the child Florida, on the 'llth day of.July, examined considered, and litSON &1 ,
Notice' Is hereby given that tinder shall no longer be exempt from .school said petition and found that the same
and by virtue of sn alias execution Issued attendance under this provision; Provided Claimant names as witnesses In all respects complies with the law, LIZER 4
out ot the Circuit Court of 0.".- further That when a teacher I* W, W. Britt of Loughmani Florida. and that It I. signed by more than .
., ola . of Florida In the charged with Inefficiency, misconductor H. J. Popeney of Loughman. Florida. twenty-five per cent. of the duly registered :c
above entitled cauae, on the 10th day cruelty such charge being made In J. R. Collins of. ughmsn. Florida. freehold voters residing within .=L: ;! b.
I 'of May, A. D. I"'. upon a Judgment writing and flled with the Trustees of I"John Hamburger of. Loughman. Flor- said territory has ordered an electionfor
rendered said Court on the (th' day the Special Tax School District or with lv.. ; the purpose aforesaid -. ":' 'Ii: :..,.ro".... . ..'
'of August. A. D. 1511 In favor of the the County Board of Publlo Instructionby ROBT. DAVIS NOW, THERE FORK,' notice Is hereby -
plaintiff and against the defendants In a parent or guardian, of any child 14-St Register.SHERIFFS given that a special. election will beheld
'), attending the school being taught by on June Kth A. D. 1(17. within WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO. Local A its'
\ such ,teacher then the attendance of, SALE said territory herein described, which .
being stluat In the City of Klsslmmee., .uch child shall not be enforced until It Is proposed to be Included. In said

'Osceola county. Florida. : after a full Investigation of such charge !. She Clrevlt CemrtSVor OBrcola" Ceo.I .- Special Road and Bridge District, town "''.,- t n

the Lot town Eight of Klssimmee(t) Block City Seven Florida(7)., ashown In same has been was made tiled by and the the board said teacher with which has. y. atate ot Vlorlda. Beginning: at .,the Northwest cornet, .. . . ......... .> ...1. .. ....t . .. < > ....MMM.....< j

and described on the plat of thee been acquitted or exonerated. DEKLE INVESTMENT of Section 4, Township SS South. Rang
South Florida R. R. Co's survey of the CO.. a- Corpora 17 East and thence South along
Tnsponry A....... AllewaHe ) Fresh
town of Klaslmmee City, Osoeola cognly. 1(7. ARTHVlo: DONEGAN.Notice vs the Range line dividing Ranges S* and I ColdSi.ragefo Meats
Florida.. Plat on Ale In the office of Every parent guardian, or other person E. 27. to the Southwest corner if Section '
Clark of Circuit Court of Orange Counthe tri the State of Florida,' having SI. Township SI South Range. 17 East: i .
Florida .. the property of one of charge or control of a child or children Is hereby given that Under thence East along line
defendants, Cathrlne C. Kulp, divorcee between the ages of eight and fourteen and by virtue of an execution Issued dividing Townships 'ah5.a .r S tblfo the Vegetables Etc.
and I will on July, A. D. 117. the earn being thee attend school aa aforesaid; Provided.That county. State of Florida,, In the above St South, Range. 17 East; taenotSoutheasterly t. .
first Monday and the Rule Day of said occasional absence/from auch attendance I(entitled cause on the Slat day of March, along the line dividing
month offer for eaie-al public outcry by any child, amounting to A. 1>. Itl7 upon a Judgment rendered Osceola and Polk counties to the Southwest -
.; between the legal4iours of sal In r ontof not more than two unexcuaed absencesin In said court on the tnd day of May corner of Section SI. Township S1 STORAGE: RATES ON MEATS .
the Court House door In,tile city..ofKlsslmmes four consecutive weeks,.shall not be 1111. In favor of the plaintiff andagalnat South, Range. S* East; thence Easl ,
; Oaoeola County. State of unlawful, ; Provided, further. That th. the defendant In said cause I along the Township\, line dividing .
Klorlda. the aforesaid mentioned real principal or teacher In. charge of the have levied upon the following deserlbed Townships 17 and 18. to the margin ol Storage on all Meat, 1-2 cent pound Fifteen Days; '

estate and sell same to the highest and school, may excuse any child for tern' real estate, lying" and being situate Lake Cypress: thence'aiong. the Northern .
'best bidder for cash porary absence because of a atorm of {In Osoeola county, State 'of Florida margin 0'.I" Lake Cypress to the Cluing Pork ready for smoking 1 12c. pound
U H. INGRAM.' had: weather, sickness or death In Its All of Sections It. to. IS, t*. 10 and center of the canal connecting Lake per ,

Sheriff of Osceola County.. Florida.COMPULSORY family, unforseen or unavoidable. acci 14 and all of Section, SI. except. the Cypress and Lake Tohopekallga. ; theno Curing' and Smoking 2e p.poaacL
24-6t dents. Excused ab.ene..nd the reason NWK of the SEW.: all being situate In Northerly along the center tins of said .
therefor, shall be recorded by said Township SS South of Rang 11 East. canal to the margin of Lake Tohopekallga "
. SCHOOL ATTEPTD- school and shall be reported: to the Attendance as the property ol the defendant Ar ; u the Southern and
I' ANC't0 Officer as hereinafter provided thur E. Donegan.. and I will on the Snd Eastern :. :.enedn11: or margin ol ; the killed. We will do ..
: Provided further That In ease of day of July 117, the same being the Lake Tohopekallga to the center of the Bring us your ho. day they are

(Chapter gall,-Laws of 111) protracted Illness of any child whose first Monday and the rule day of the canal connecting Lake Tohopekallg. the : :*
attendance Is required under this Actor said month. offer for sale at public out. and East Lake Tohopekallga. ; thence raft . ". .
i it Jit.. Whenever. one-fourth of theregistered In case of quarantine ot'the' homeIn cry between the legal houra of sale. In along the center line of said canal tEast .
white voters of .any Special which such child resides, upon report front of the courthouse door.: In the Lake Tohopekallga: thence .
,of the Health Officer or upon certificate City of Klssjmmee. Osceola County, Northeasterly across East Lake To-
Tax School Diet Met. School Board District of any legally qualified physician State of Florida, the aforesaid mentioned hopekallga to a point where the KISSIMMEE ICE: &. COLD STORAGE CO.

or of any county ahull file with to this effect, the Attendance Offlrer real estate and sell the same to the Northern boundary of said Lak. .
j* Board o.f Public Initructlon. shall excuse from attendance suchchild highest and beat bidder for cash. touches the Range line dividing' .

'a written petition'/ Bakingfor an elec until he la fully restored excluding to ** HINQRAM. Ranges. SO and SI; thence North along .o. ...............o..o..o..o..o..o.... ...!.
be held health or until any quarantine Sheriff of Osceola Count Florida.NOTICE said Range line tothe Northern
School Dlatrlct. 8chool poarrdclDistrrict.or the child from. achool has b."nr.I..d. 14-41, boundary of Osoeola County, the same -

county to determine whether compulsory being the Township line dividing I 1 .l" i
school attendance shall prevail 168. Penalty.-Any. parent guardian !Townships 14 and' It; thence West O. C. Bronson Inspectors.. name of O. H. Kyte; E. Savoy and I J'
In either of aalri-Vljstrlcts., ) or the coun ot other person In control of a child or Of RXtSfUTORFor along said Township line to the placeof 9. A. Garrett. Clerk. Sexton at the date of Issuance of ,

ty. It shall be the duty of the County children violating the provisions of ( Klaal lharg...., > beginning I ; said description includ. certificates! unless said certificate ,
Hoard of Publlo Instruction to order an this Act, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor -- Ing! all of the lands embraced In Com Precinct No. I: hall be redeemed according to law
election In either of .ald Idl.trleta. or and upon conviction by any !. Ce.rt *f Cmaty Judge. Oeeeola missioner's Districts numbered One. ((1) C. J: Lamb, tax deed wil Issue thereon on.the llthda
the county according; a. the petitionmay court of competent Jurisdiction shall (.'...ty. State of Klerlsla. and Two (3)). W. C. 8enlhs / of A. D. 11.
request, to decide whether the following <* be liable to a .fine of not lass than one I. It. Ustateof. J.fc. lIIeL... ....... 'C. B. Acres Inspectors.E. witness my official seal
compulsory school attendance dollar and not more than three dollarsfor For the purpose of' determiningwhether E Brown, C ..rk. .. this the .th day of May A D. tl7. ,
:.! shall be enforced In Bald each and very offense. And upon Notice Is hereby given. to all whom said territory shall be constituted t J. L. OVICR8TRIIm.: .
Special: Tax School District School failure or-refusal to pay such fine, said It may concern that on the Slat day of Into a Special Road and' Bridge .Precinct No .11: Clerk Circuit Court. {
Board,District or county. parent frtiardlan or other person In October A. D. 1917. I shall apply to District and the proposed roads andbridges B n. Hancock State of Florida.
157. The County Board of Publlo Instruction control of a child shall be Imprisonednot the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of constructed and paid for as n. U Patrick, (Circuit Court Beal) a-a
shall five notice of such election to exceed thirty flays In the County aid Court as Judge. of Probate for my specified In said petition, and only duly O T. Sullivan Inspectors.
by advertising the same for four Jail, Provided, That the tine for any final discharge as Executor. of the es. qualified electors, who' are free-holder B. A. Patton.. Clerk. l NOTICB 0 ATTACHMENT'
I\ weeks In a newepaper published within first offensemay, upon payment of tate of John Mclaughlin deceased. ; residing within said territory, shall be ,
i the I be published costs, be suspended and not collected and that at,the same time I will present entitled to vote at said election. Thegeneral Done and ordered at Klsslmmee T. r. C. ... 1..
_ : :r'.I.'UIt"; none, then In some until the dame person be convicted of a my final accounts as Executor of description of the. roads andbridges Florida, this 7th day of 'l.y..A. D, _:\1 rer
Provided further That meld ... proposed to be constructed and 1917 r
newspaper published In the county. second offense; estate, and .k for their approval. -
160. The electors In such elections after the alt:' of three flays from Dated. .April SSrd. A., D. 1917. the estimated cost of the same and the ERNEST MACH, Chairman Notice Is hereby given that "f. I* H.Ingrain. I
the the time notice served by the Attendance it. E. )MCLAUGHLIN manner. In which payment. therefor 1* A. F. $ASS, Sheriff Osceola County In
'. Ken r lelawglforrregi.trsilonseforn special Officer each and every day a parent ,\pr'II-8moa Executor to be made Is as follows: B H ( \YFRANK the state of Florida, have this day at.

I elections I and they sHall haVe the guardian, or other person shall Tho'road known as the Campbell WALKER. tached certain real estate belonging to
j Il same qualification for, and prerequisites wilfully and unlawfully keep such childor -M>T1CH OP ADMIMSTHATOR-FORDISCHAKGM Station and Loughman road extending. E. L.' D, OVERSTREET F. C. flood win In the county of Osceola. e
'r to, voting. aa prescribed In elections children from school or allow It or FI AL' from the corporate limits of pTown Mimbers of the Board of County Com and state of described as follows ',t
held under the central election laws. them to remain out of schol shall constitute of Klsslmmee City to the Poly county mlssloners of Osceola County Flor : Florida
ai i'.i I 158 The election shall be held and .a separate .offense and shall line, and running through the town of Ida 1
conducted In the manner prescribed bylaw subject such person to the' penalties I. C..rt .t Cessty .r..... State ofFlerlds. Campbell said road extending through ; JOHN U OVERSTREET, The EK of ths'. RE%. "the' 8WW :or'
h, for holding general elections, except above. prescribed' Sections 1'. SI and SI, In Township 15 Jlt CI.rk.o' said Boar4.OT'C'E the SE'4. .and the Rtfe of the NEWexcepting : -, K
provided In this Act. and all 169 .The County Board of Public Instruction South. Range St East; Sections t.t andS the rlsrht-of-way 'of the ,
ouch elections shall be held within of any county wherein any I. Re Estate: .f Prladlla Bass.;OswolaNotice of Township S( South. Range 18 East; South Florida Railway: In< section Iii 7
mlxty days' from the tiling of the petition. districtor the county has adopted the C..t. Sections SS, SS and S4 of Township 2I Of APPLICATION FOR..AEDEIO and the WV*of the W of ..(lon II;
J I conipulsory, school attendance provl- South Range 18 East and Sections. K UNDER SECTIONS BT4 AND all being; In township south *..
1(0. Inspectors of election I shall be slonaof this Act. shall have the power Je ..hereby given to all whomIt And (_.of Township South. Range SS BTS GENERAL STATUTES OF 'TUB I .
_I appointed general elections, and they shall _n- an Attendance Officer or Officers, and August may concern A. D. that. I shall on the apply lit day to theHonorable of Also one mile more or less', on the STATE OK FLORIDA. 8W44. and a half Interest In the NWH .
vase the vote cast and make due returns remove the .ame at will. An Attendance Klsslmmee-St. Cloud road beginning at of the HWY of section f. in township '. '
T. M Murphy. Judge. of said
J of the same to the County Board Officer may be appointed for oneschool point where the ; .1-1 I -
a _hard- 'thatAlexHaynes J..outht.nC.
court, as Judge.of Probate. tor myJJnal Notice-Is hereby except
ororAnumbero completion :
without delayThFCounty the NEK (
( ,
"t *> Public Instruction said road will stop after the
discharge Administrator of the of Tax CertificatesNo.
, Board of Publlolnstructlonhall the discretion of the Board of as estate acre ) and a half In.
County of the contract which ha. already been on.-hal
of Prlscllla Bass deceased; and 1U, dated the th
Instruction, and e a super
Public the
and declarethe 10lJ NEK, and
canvass the ; that at the same time I will present toaid let for approximately four miles of day ,., A. D. 1514 has filed saidcertificates a .
result and cause the same to be recorded a trustee of a school or any road. half Interest In'the 8E14: of section e.
vsuitable will I discharge I the "" court my as Administrator In my ofjlce and has made township 14'south of f 9.Tou' .
1 the as far as applicable law concerningelec, as providedin duties of :,0'.0:1: r.. and the. County of said nestate, and ask The above described roads are to be application for Tax Deed to Issue inaccordance rang.

tions. general. Board may assign an Attendance Officer approval.Dated nine (*x feet wide except that part of with law. .Bald certificatesembrace are hereby oommanded to appear
181 The ballot used In such elections such other duties as may be deemed January Slat. A. D. 117. the road to Loughman extending from the following lands In O.cs. before the Judge of the Circuit Court
OSCAR BASS. the City Limits of Klsslmmee to.a eta County Florida, to-wlt
prlnt..dthfr.on. advisable, of Oseeola Florida on the Ind
hall and
; be. plsin.whtte"For Compulsory paper, School Attendance. 170. It shall be the duty of every (.Item Administrator. point where the public road crosses Lots 14 and IB, Block I 47. Lot 16 of day 'of countJ same being a rule
1 the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com Block and-Lots 1 t. I. 4 and Lot
." and "Against- Compulsory Attendance OfflciT to take an accurate f. day of said court to answer In an action
pany's right of at the West end of Block all of Marydia.Thu .
BchoolAttendance" arranged that census of every child between the ages way of damages. In the sum
the voter so his choice as In of six and twenty-one years In his district ORDBtt-FOR PUHLICATION.I : the Count Fair rounds, which road said lands being assessed. in the of II SOD asuumpslt.00. In which the Coe-M rtlmerCompany i
may express making In the month 'of June In each and shall bs sixteen (K) feet wide; roads name of H Gray and W. KRiclpston, at Is and the said C. "
the Australian ballot by ; across
mark to the left' of one or the every year on blanks furnished by the ClrcBlt State ef Florida.Rfta to ltd hard surfaced with brick or asphalt the date of Issuance of said certificates; Goodwin Is defendant: Herein ( lrn
State Superintendent of Public Inatruclon. block unless said certificates shall be redeemed or will be given against
other of the two fines Judgment
He shall make three neat and All bridges shall bs constructed according; to law, tax deed will Issue by (. )00
three-nfths of the votes :
1(1. Should '' P..ll. BeBJassjM. C1BaslalMBt'vs.
.... e thereon on the llth day of June, INGRAM.
legally cast at any such election be legible copies of this census roll which ; AlvlB B. BeBjBBalB. DefeBSaat. where required of Iron, cement or L. H.
...For Compulsory School Attendance" shall give the name, ..x. date of bIrth. : wood or either or all of said materials, A D. 117.. Sheriff of Osoeola Co.; Florida.
\ the of the parent or guardian -. and of sufficient span to meet the requirements Wln. my land and official seal JNO. u 7
then the compulsory school attendance OVFR8TREET.
laws hereinafter prescribed shall be In I nth postofflce, of every child andany : Seveatsj ....II..t.1 ( .....It. Oseeola C..._ of the locality as, decidedon 1th da May, A. D 117 ,

.e d' force In such territory for two years or additional Information demanded.One t-IN CHANCERY tIt by the engineer. In charge. of the J. L. OVER8TREET, LEWIS OBRTAN.
I forever: thereafter until another such copy of this census shall be tiled : work.. Clerk Circuit Court. Osoeola County. I-tt > Attorney for.Plaintiff. r
. election la held In compliance with the with the State Superintendent of Public appearing by affidavit appended to The estimated cost of such roads and State of Ftorlda ,
'. ... Toreflrolnaprovisions; and If three Instruction one copy-with the County 1 the bill filed In the above-stated cause bridges Is $100000.00, and the construction (Circuit n.1 \ 't
fifths or more. of the votes shall be cast"Aaalnst Superintendent. of Public In.truetlon.1 that Alvin B. Benjamin, the defendant there of is to be paid I for by the NOTICE nr :
School Attendance. by the first day of July In each and therein named is a non-resident of the Issue and sale of bonds to the amountof NOTICE OP L TAX ADIINIITRATII .
., ." then school attendance shall not every year, and one'' copy shall be preserved tate of Florida, and Is a resident of $1100,000, bearing Interest at the riKKIt UNDER gFr: AND (Fer. n. ''ai
be compulsory said territory until for his own' use and he shall Garden City stale of Kansas. and that rate of ('%! per annum front date payable BTs GENERAL THE 1. C..... .fcfeMty ,
.Otherwise determined by an election furnish the principal of each school i he Is over the age of twenty-one years] ssml-snnually; said Interest to bs STATE OF State .t .. ., _
Tield In pur.uane.'of this Act! Provided within his jurisdiction with a list of It Is therefore ordered: that said nonresident'o Interest coupons FLOBD4.i- rlrl. t
That when such election Is held In the names of children due to attend the I defendant be and he I* herebyreqlred Bald be serial bonds and are .
whole county any compulsory school attendance chool of which the principal Is Incharge. to appear to the bill of complaint to be payable at the rate of 5.1I00Oe Notice Is hereby -xlven that W. I. IB .Estate 0 .( _Pallia.' ) ,
shall be enforced In any and the County Board of Pub- I filed In said cause on or before per annum. for a period of Twenty purchaser of Tax Certificates "

..ttchool Board District or districts of Uo Instruction shall ascertain without I Monday, the Snd day of July. A. D. 1117J Tesrs. No.rbr.Hi, Ito and ill. dated Notice Is-hereby given, to whom e
the number of pupils contained of said bill The places: for holding ..14'electionIn I 1
Tsald county where In a three-nfths vote t ha said otherwise the allegations i. July 6th A. D. 114 has filed said It may concern on the day of
was cast "for Compulsory School Attendance" la lists" will be confessed by Bald defendant I. said territory and the Inspectors and certificates my olie and has made A. D.that I shall to
thoua-h a three-flftha. 171. The Attendance Of Boer shall clerks appointed for said election are application for T. to Issue toaccordance I Rpt.mb.r. T. .n. Murphy, Judge of
of the county as a whole was castAsralnst serve a written or printed notice, or It Is further ordered that this orderbe I as follows: with law. Bald certificates said Honorbl. Judge. of Probate for. ,
Court as
t Compulsory School Att.ane. ..,,- partly written and partly printed no published once a week for four consecutive .I embrace the following lands In, Osce- final discharge Administrator of
Provided. also. That when any upon every parent weeks In the Klaslmmee Valley Precinct No. li ola County, Florida, I my aa
; 'i.r 'ihIY41 Bratton. towit the estate of Philip Mohr. deceased;
having control of H. N. .
whole county, person Oasette, a newspaper published la
held In ,
such election Is a Lota 1.1. Block tl. Florida Drained and at the same time I will +
of T. Singletary.It. .
the George pr
children, violating said and state. that
or provisions county bubdtvl.lon
'"c enforcedsinpiny boardIDI. D. Oub Inspectors. Land C. No. L Lot *. sent Id Court Anal .
and compliance the 117.J. e.
be School this Act prompt on This 10th day of May Block Florida Drained Land Co,'. said )
Administrator of estate, sod asl6u .
ot. said county, part of the parent, guardian or otb.rper.on . L OVER8TREET.Clerk Edgar .stats.: Clerk.
.trlct. or Districts, ;: lubdlvlsloav No. I. and Lot S*. Block $0. for their approval
shall be required If any parent, Circuit Court
wherein majority .Tote was .a.t'A..atn.t Drained Land'Co.'s Subdivision '
a. Dated Marcb 'th, 1 1T.
Compulsory' School Attendance guardian. or other person upon whom (Circuit Court Beal)' l".fJ.d.f No. S: Florida F 4
the majority vote of the such notice Is served, fells., to complysrlth Z. BASS.Solicitor. H. Joiner A.. B, DROUGHT. '
county, though ss a whole was cast "For Com- the. law within thr.e days there- .for. Complainants; 'If., ., W.. 0. Bronson., The a land' being- assessed la the I 11-U-m Adm/a tyator. '1. :

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"' riSSlM I'J'Y AL r" CAVRIDAY. 3UNE's; 9 1'' tr .. "

'I"'I.i.i"'i. . . . . . . . . . " .-.0000.0.0.0..00..00. CITY' DADS' COME TO of the Klaslmme. Citrus .Exchange to the band., Nathan has been at"the

+. PARTY' FOR LITTLE FOLKS *+ AID OF KISSIMMEE'S BAND packing house, returned Sunday: from Maryvill,''Tenn., college' for th*> .past'

Notes Chicago,. where he, with Mrs. Plano, two winters, but was visiting relatives;
j jMrs. 0 *
.$ Society '.'OOOOtO"OO '...O'OO One of the,most; constructive measurer has been visiting his mother. He announced at Marshallville, Ga., when he enlisted
that fine baby girl. 'was
passed by'the city dads Tuesday Charles-A. Carson of Kissimmee has
( E. E. Wells Editor.) Mrs A. II. Fox gave a pretty party pvenlng was the resolution supporting born to them on the 22nd of May. Mrs. resigned as president of the board of

Saturday at her attractive country the Kissimmee Concert Band by a Piano and wee daughter will return; to trustee of Columbia College, the Bap..

...- II seeds to nB patrons el the Valley Gnzette t. tend item home at Shingle Creek In honor of her monthly appropriation of fifty dollars. Kissimmee in a few weeks tist institution at ,Lake City after a

at Sedety Event. te fie Editor for ,.bI1cati.. in th*.* c.l.... ; wee daughter, Helen, whose fourth The action was taken at the requestof Cal MoCaughen has been appointed service of ten years. There are a fewmen'
J I birthday occurred on thaf3ate. a committee from the band. Director second lieutenant of ,Company B and in Florida, who have been active

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ G:: M. Shearouse, Jr., acted as
assumed his duties in that
a a a a a _ _ _ _ capacitythis in s*, many as Mr. Carson;
. . . . . . . . . . . . _ . . . . w. Billie Hyatt, Jennie Schilden, Joyce spokesman for the committee and week, Mr. McCaughen has been and with such pronounced success in-

4 .. .. . ... .0000..0.0000... ..0000.0000000..01000000. Majdnson. Francis Louis Goetha,j stated their: case in a. clear, concise, supply sergeant of the company all. He has been the backbone and
0 Benrcl! Cooper, Marion ,and Josephine business-like H* said ths-'boys"
: way. for time and has made
some a main of this
CHILDREN'S DAY OBSERVED C. SOCIETY, GIVES PATRIOTIC Singletary were the fortunate strength struggling do-,
guests all fellows and working
r- ea SOCIAL 4a were were capable and efficient officer. He has nominations! college: and snce be has)
on thai occasion and they the ;
spent hard to build up'-tneir organlza-
many friends who are pleased to knowof retired we are sure that it was 'to
. .1.0..100000.00..0000. afternoon hours with .
V merry games.Misses tion, which is conceded to be the best his
.0..10000..0..00.00.0000.0Th promotion. leave It on a' sure foundation for
a Children's Daob.erved'; by the Medora'Russell, Lucy With advertisement "a ,town can have. He,
Socle---; the Ruth Sarah and Parch Clark Rev. A. M. Chisholm motored down future usefulness. M. Sunday School' Sunday morningat C. E. of PresbyterIan ;- erspoon said they were willing to donate their
: E. Star.
directed the for the little from Orlando the first of the week to
l Church entertained their friends games folks time to the city's advancement if they
hour and
the usual with a beautiful and aSsisted the hostess in serving Ice conduct the funeral services over, the
night with a patriotic social at could be given' sufficient support to Geo. O. Beach, L. S. Beach'and Paul''
appropriate exercise. Drills, songs Friday cream and cakes. The birthday: cake pay'the salary of their director, the body of the infant child 'of Mr and Lopez were' a prominent party of Hast' ..
alternated in pleasing the Hart Memorial Building, under the with its four candles and Mrs. Harry R. Dale. He was accom-
,l and readings a was gay a monthly payments on the necessary ings gentlemen who spent a few daysin '
arrangement and the entire program drection of Misses Lucy and Manie huge Jack Homer pie was in evidence. instruments the hall rent and Incidental panied by his family and they remained Kissimmee last week. Georgv'

Witherspoon, Medora Russell, Helen This was found to be filled with cun- expenses here to visit friends until Friday. Beach is a resident
children former "Osceola
credit the
reflected great on.
.. Perdue Marion Porter and Kathleen little which Miss Abbie Harris returned with'themto
participating as well as on Mrs Stanley ning toy., were favors for Councilman Haley spoke strongly county having been engaged in the
Bearden. the Little Miss Helen received !in' Orlando to be their guest for ,a
Bullock Jr., with Misses Ethel The decorations quite in" keep- guests. favor of' the project saying that turpentine business at Ashton and his
1 Roberson and Lilian Prentis, who ing.with the times were and flags were a nomber of- pretty presents from her Kissimmee was proud of her band and while. many old friends here were glad, to

drilled the little folks. A generous offering everywhere in evidence. friends. that its fame had extended no little The Grand Theatre was packed last see him again. Mr. Beach had over a

+(, was taken for the "orphan's A patriotic contest .provided diversion LEAGUE DELEGATES RETURN distance throughout the state. Othercouncilm'en Tuesday night to witness Fox's presentation hundred acres planted )in potatoes the

for.those present and especially: agreed! with the .speaker, of Theda Bara in "Her past season, which brought in gross
.: amusing was the "Inspection of the Misses Nina -Bratton ,Elon Guice, but thought> the burden of I support Greatest Love. At the finish of :this returns" ,of nearly.40000.

Topic-"A Child in the Midst. Infantry," which proved to be a display representing the' Senior, League; should corns from the citizens and story, "Gloria's Romance" was thrownon H. C.. Avant has purchased half
business and not thecity's a
.' 1. Processional (March). men through the screen. After this serial an
of "baby" pictures of the guests. Johnnie Bronson, a dejegate from the channels. However immed- section of land near Deer Park, whichhe
p 2. Prayer Girls of with Miss as American flag on the screen wavingIn :
Throughout the evening a :musical Epworth Alberta
is in
; getting readiness for
3. Response (by all the children.) 'rendered. Misses Lillian Hopson State Junior League superintendent }jate action was necessary: ,, they votedan the breeze brought the whole audi a potato
program was appropriation of f50, to be 'paid ence-man child-to crop next: season He has about 125
and their
/ Superintendent's woman
returned from Suth-
Prentis Jessie Friday -
:land Murray gave several ; monthly. acres under fence, which he is how '
._ -mrr-----: ; ! ' 'Ytbitthdeet -Uffld .:wheje_, ,.2h ttondt'd..the etate feet.
exipilsiti- _
'areo p.- ; .j breaking up and preparing to plant In'will
hebo.A.JU'e-.4tW 18ad
avflh !
Read .
b. Son&l."I! Think When'I convention of the ""oT ; ,= :".,- a" .
led by Mrs. Prentis and Miss Anna Epworth League" practical demonstration/ of l rlfi"' 7r;metnbf f.tlw -do!' W U .I'Ii.1'i'e1fMa".Mrr' ;Avant
appreciation 1 ;
That Sweet Story of Old,. Lois.Over. Hyatt charmed the hearers with piano the M. E. Church,, Oseftola County High School has been his
I and It'. a 'sure thing the city fertilize peal and beans with a
P Reaves.
street. ,, Norma selections. Duringthe meeting Miss Hopsonwas will lose nothing by this action invited, by the Columbia College Glee mixture containing 16 per'cent" available .
J'' 6.- Recitation" : "Welcome, the Cradle At the close of the evening block re-elected to her state office and I . -r- Club' .to Join,them. in their tour of: the phosphoric, acid, and' thinks this

Harris Roll. Carolyn Griffin, Virginia. ice cream and cakes were Served. Miss Nina Bljatton'wa.. appointed REGULAR,.MONTLY MEETINCrw..... state. Charlie's brother, Tony isa wilV.wW.;;:largely jto the yield of his
and Christine Lybrand. district junior superintendent. L member of the club ''and instructorof
OF THE CITY COUNCIL an crop of potatoes, which will follow.
7.'Song' by the'' Beginners: "When .... ... .
: : : violin at the college. Both boys are He has a splendid four-Inch flowing
X He Cometh to Make Up Hi Jewels OSCEOLA COUNTY
(Continued from Pace One)
talented musicians': and their ,Kissimmee well his which
Y 0 TALENT TEA 0 on premises, will furnish
ft. Recitation by three girls:f LwaDriggen FOOD COMMISSION
Councilman' Bass introduced the
friends congratulate them this
h 4 on t all tho'molsure needed for his entire
; Ruth Joiner, Ruby, Dr.ggere. 000000.0000000000000000.0.TIe subject of revising the fir limits of evidence of their advancement. "Ns '
(Continued from Page One) crops.The;
the city and a general discussion ensued.
+ !:' Sung the children and eonrsCation .. Talent Tea at the M. E. Bunga- county commission being subordinateto While it seemed the general J. M. Wilson, Jr.. has been invite St.'Cloud Fife and Drum Corps) ""
xa "Brine Them In." law pleasant event and the state commission. ed by J; B. Moseley of Gotha, to .accompany -
was a very opinion that a revision would be ad- has earned the gratitude of Orland.
s 10. Speech by a Junior Irving was well attended in spite of the Florida Federation of Women Clubs visable the councilmen differed whenit him on an auto trip down the on ''more than one occasion: and the .'

f ,1>rJqen. shower that came at an inopportunetime. 1845 Main Street, came to determining the dividingline East Coast as far as Cape Sable. It Reporter-Star salutes heartily the

31. Bongs ..Congregation and childsast Mrs John Bronson, Mrs. D. G. Jacksonville, Florid and the subject-was referred backto will be Mr. Will ion's pleasure to visit veterans of the G. A. B. for their cooperation .

,, oTTfa'Church Hymnal. McKay and M.... Milton Pledger, who May 7, 1917. its commute) for further consider the Indian camps and to explain in giving this day In Orlando .

? ;sty;.E ercls. "1'nine girls:, /''The were, Joint hostesses, charmingly entertained Mrs. J. E. Lupfer, President of M therlTeaehen' ation. them that they can occupy the lands a good start The veterans and

,Bible and its message; Eleanor Over- their guests wit! a clever Club of Kissimmee, Under the'head of-new business the when they desire to do so, and that it the Boy Scouts were up and at it by

? street Julia Ledbetter, Ethel Joiner, contest. A beautifully rendered read Fla.: subject of supporting the Klsalmme-e is entirely optional with them. Messrs. sunris this morning. They trudged

Bottle Mae Snyder, Florence, Reavlsj; ing by Miss Gertrude McKay and an My ])ear'Co-Worke Band was taken up and ;the council Willson and Moseley will be cone a through the streets of Orlando, soundIng 4

Irene Ingram, Jeanette Griffin, Nellie amusing recitation' by Eleanor Over- -government has called alike the voted to pay the organization $50.per! week or ten days. an Inspiring reveille" reminding' '

Woodall. Delia Ledbetter. street, were added pleasures of the men and women to the service.In month, commenting with the present Word was received by Mr. and Mrs. the citizens still with slumber in hU wi y

i 13. Song: AU the children: "Openthe afternoon. response to the government's request month. It was suggested that a reg. F. C. Bryan from their son, Nathan eyes of the day's significance. The old <$

G tes." I Fruit punch and delicious:! homemade Coverer Catts'of our state, ular and detailed report of the disbursements stating that he has joined Company 6 boys and the :young' boys marching Inline t

14., A Bible Story, by Christy sum. cakgs were served at the conclusion has apointed a "Food ,Commission" of this fund be submitted' of the First Georgia Regiment. He to- the time of martial music

mere.- ] of the afternoon.. A generous silver and the proceedings of a meeting' to the council at each monthly meet will be located at. the training campat roused a thrill in many breasts: and

15. Offering.' offering was made. cently held by said commission'' are ing and this was gladly agreed to by ,Savannah and after the required served well their purpose.-Orlando,

16.' Violin Solo: Clyde Harris. I enclosed. I; the band committee, which was present. fifteen days' drill'will be transferred Reporter-Star. 1
17. Song by children: "Lead Us, .tttO..ootOOOO""o..OO' At this meeting it was decided to u uA i '.M
'ldiyhtyCaptain.", a- 0 appoint a committee of elevenjrt'each number oi small bills o
county, one of this' number to represent and ordered paid. SUMMER SCHOOLby
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the Federation of Women's. Clubs, Engineer" MacDouough asked'that m

BASS-RIEDEL .*.. tooot ooo oooooooot and I am" appointing you to fill this some Very necessary road work be TJje regular summer school conducted Frank Calkins' assisted by Mist'olurnbia

+ .O place in your county.: When the ether done near his home in Cape Breeze addition Nellie CalLini, 'a recent graduate of C: : College,'will open on July 16.

,..0.0..0.0. ......tOt... The benefit for the Red Cross fund ten of this' committee are appointed' and the matter was referred to : and will continue for'eight weeks.. Ail pupils who expect to enter are request'-
given Friday night at the Grand wasa you will likely be notified and will the street committee. I -' 'Iturday
Miss Frieda Riedel daughter of Mr.I huge su ceas. A large crowd was in take up the work of the commissionas I The proposed purchasing committeefor ed to, report at the High School on Sa' July 14. at 9 .o'clock. Prices! \::1III f

and 'Mrs. Robert Riedel and < Leon, attendance and expressed their appreciation per outline enclosed. the city, the waterand light collector are as' follows s _

Bass were married at the Baptist'Church' of the program by spontaneousand Each county school'superintendent and the final report 'on the Installation For High School Subjects: ", II |||| For Grades Below the High School: 'r|

on Thursday afternon at .5o'clock hearty applause. Miss Sarah Peck each chairman of the Board of COunty of the meters were subjects I or 2 Subject _____$l.25 per week :11, 1 or 2 SubJ.ect.__.._$'.OO'per week "
,and left on.the evening"trainfor Hines, of the Boston School of Expression Commissioners the Canning Club brought, for consideration- but in ''
brief up 3 or 4 Subjects..... ,1.50 per week i|II| 3 or more Subjects.: 1.25 per week
Tampa' on a wedding trip., ,, was entertaining in each role agent and the Farm Demonstrator will each case more time was required'for
I The ceremQny was' performed by she assumed. Th'vocalnumbers, rendered also be on.this. committee '' and .you a final report and Dr. Carson suggested Terms Strictly Cash. ; Payable in Advance.

their pastor Rev. O. B. Falls, in the by Mrs. Cecile Wallace of Sanford can make inquiry of them"as to"tlme that),an adjourned meeting be called -

presence of only, immediate relatives. (, were especially pleasing and the and place of meeting for 6rganUation for! : June '20, at which time these OOOooooooooooo.oo.oo.o.oooooooo..ooa.o ooooaoooooo..

IR t The bride wore a' handsome taffeta I i I audience was insistent in its call for of county work in line with the com- important, subjects: will be definitely
coat suit' in'S soldier blue, with hat tomatch. encores. The patrioticfinale! \ was wonderfully mission's pl ns.. settled. A SIGN OF SATISFACTION .f

I'I striking and WAS a fitting I With best of good wishes <-,' '
t Upon their" "return to Kissimmee, 'close to the evening which netted the Sincerely SMALL. FIRE QUICKLY SUBDUEDOn

,Mr. and Mrs. Bass will begin housekeeping fund about twelve dollars. i iI (Mrs W.,IS.) MAY M. JENNINGS; -'--.. 'I. the oft repeated return of :

P . In their. bungalow on Broad I' President F. F. W. C., Wednesday afternon' the old .1 s those who have once ta.ted'< Jour
I way.:, OOOOOO'O.OOOOOO'OOt. .oo.. packing house' situated between the
od wouldn'tcome
:The bride is pretty and attractive, O 'Lawrence Griffin returned from the ice plant and the Florida: Citrus Exchange d" '
HOSTESS back if they could J get
and very popular with a wide circle Chick Springs Military Academy S. packing house was the scene t='
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of friend of another of its many fires. Our fire better soda'elsewhere. Of this
I 1 .00000000000.00000..0.. C., where he completed the course and
..f Mr.: Bass is an enterprising, young Mrs. Floyd' Correll very pleasingly graduated with honors. After a three 'department made its usual quick get L.there's' no doubt. Visit our

'man,who has been in the employ of entertained the Royal Neighbors anda week's Vacation he will leave for Dayton away and come back. The heroic figure CSODA I!! fountain today and try a

,the express company as express clerk few friends at her.home on Clyde Ohio. of the fire chief armed with an I WATER glass for )yourself. We won't ;

for several years. // avenue Saturday when the guests enjoyed Frank Calkins and his sister, Miss axe, seated astride of thereof, knocking : j ... ask to again for '

Both young people have many fancy work 'and an old time Nellie, who Is a recent graduate of away the roof board and making f you come
friends here who wish them :si hole through the shingle at the we won't have to. j
every visit, Miss Lizzie Thompson assisted Columbia College, will conduct the .,, ,
74 k happines in their married life. They thj hostess in serving a refreshing ice Summer School beginning July '16, same time was veryedifying to the ,

will be -:>t Mine" July the first j I.I course and continuing eight weeks.Let's assembled multitude. We have not
learned how.the fire originated. Dam.
age was confined to a small hole burned :
in the roof.
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., We are requested by: Mr.:and-Mrs.:
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: t': ,;j, Harry R. Dale, W.,A.Winn and family -
and Mrs E. Dale and family to extend

their heartfelt thanks to their IFi IfF.-l / ..

All Pull friends for their 'deep sympathy and

Together many acts of kindness during the' illness Do You Have f/eaqaches- i

.. and death of little James. r

If you do, w*' venture to suggest that perhaps. you can be

I ADDITIONAL LOCALS I relieved through the use of p pair of glasses fitted perfectly ;]p

' .: Will you help in the feeding of' your country, your family and to your eyes. At any rate, don't 1M discouraged over it because :jf;

.yourself The surrounding counties seem we cia. relieve yon if yen will take the trenblo to call ::/

Vegetables cannot be impo.rted-we'MUST raise them. 'Will you entdry also more spell or less The affected farmers by the in prea-Polk ..'... We are! extremely careful about fitting, and cur 'w l

S give pore{ thought to the planning of your vegetable garden" this year and Hillsborough counties complainof price are reasonable., ;

1 than ever before '_ , no rain. Oranges are still being

Let's all pull together in this' section accomplish this unitedp't ship from the neighborhood of Lu .
: and many, tomatoes are Dr. H. E. Cole, Optometrist) will be at his 1
-to raise more common vegetables, more of the necessary '
purpose .
2 from the Lakeland, 'section. '
coming 1
nsnal place in this establishment Tne-
e / a lood.t lf.., Such'co-operative'effort i.i defending our country j just, as . every" .
J. W. Miller is in receipt of information day to meet has friends and patient
e :
4 much as to enlist in the first line 'of defense-both are'of vital import-' '. intelligence'' of the ,
a s conveying < .- .
ante to victory..c .. death of W.'J. McCracken, which occurred l'
.. W. E. SANDERSON & CO. ;
; -'---... = '. ) ethic' home in.St. Paul, Neb., .
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' .on Thursday, May 31st.. Mr. Mc-- JEWELERS I
.'IfldrGel.Ir1Alt/It. ..'. Cracken' has been a frequent 'visitor Successors to - -

: .. CITIZENS BANK to Kissinune for.several years, and H.0.. BROWN A: CO.'

,, . has probably sold more horses In Osceola -
"' county than Any-other ohe"man.H. "
.,:. OF KISSIMMEE j. H '.
.t- C. Piano, the efficient, 'manager
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