Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 15, 1917
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00807
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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-GAZETTE REPRESENTATIVE INTERVIEWS 'CITI- ENTHUSIASM FOR ROAD-BUILDING SHOWN; '

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PRESS THE OPINION THAT BONDS SHOULD ROAD WORK OVER THE STATE SUBMIT..

re a CARRY BY A L RGE MAJORITY IN SATUR- TED-INVITATION TO MERGE WITH STATE
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A rs''ELECTION-SENTIMENT' APPEARS TO AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION DECLiNED-CON. '

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approaching: bond election called for Saturday '' hundred members of the Central

THE(tomorrow), when the qualified freeholder.. of NEARLY Association were in attendance at the

Road and Bridge District No. i, including and election of officera'hetd at

{' 'Commls lloners' Districts :Nos. 1 an-1 & will be called onto Kisslmmee 1 Thursday June 14th.

dote for or against.the $10>1,000 bond 'Issue complete/= Hon. H. Clay Stanford called the assembly\to' orderat

a strip of road between tli's' city and the Po |: county ';its 9:30, and represented the Mayor and the Board of

line.. This will connect the completed: sections or the Trade, making a neat little impromptu 'speech of wel b

Dix Highway with what Is commonly called.the "mlis- Mr come. lie said: "Kissimmee is glad to welcome you

ing link. ' here. ,. We are glad you have come. We are proud to N

HIft=IDtln.t'l'O. : en.p.wnl.. d. end people! have the members of,the association as our guests:, We '

:throughout the state are impatiently awaiting the liN.U: ,think It has done much for the levelopment of this section

tie f 4' 'ment.of the promise. At a meeting of the, Central Flor .. of Flortda'ahd': U Is"a"plea'Bui'e'M-1\a ve w-f<> =4>or -

ida'Highway Association held In Orlando 'some three : guests." .

:months agora! report was ci 'c.ltt. .tlt: U jheof ficlal highway ( !.: k- ? : I' Mr Stanford Introduce! President Bryan..'4,"The man '

A would be diverted from the proposet course through who had presided ove? the destinies of thi Association: ;
e '" whose whole oul In'the work and who would neglect -,
Kissimmee, on account' of, the, unfinished stretch. This was
I aroused the citizen to instant, action and a' delegation w w ... J + his, personal business. to further the interested of +
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1 .. mobored to the meeting and captured it. this great, work.: .
... President Bryan responded with ,
Ti' At that time Kisslmmee cssured the .n.wrwww 1 _
.Association w. were doing all wecould characteristic style, stating that he
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;' to connect with the highway. MEETS DEATH WHILE ro n II I BOARD OF, TRADEWANTSJJITY hAd com to the meeting fully determined ,
e That we had voted bonds for its construction to vacate' the office: but...refer
; but thruogh tochnicality: '
MASS MEETING '
the.. bonds were thrown out of court, PARK ring 'to the diiector meeting ,of
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'but nevertheless the road would at theY FIGHTING FOR DOPE f .. Wednesday night, h* said
earliest possible date be built. Amass meeting will' held' at the bandstand I "Those fellow talked as though t
and this crown'of., and would listen
With the bonds carried wore a sold
.trip,of. road built, Kisslmmee would Kissimmee was tk) e acene. Saturday on ',Broadway:, toniRtjt 'in the interest of,, '''Th.e meeting of.the Board of Trade to no protest/ President Bryan.,
bl occupy an enviable position in the : last Friday evening, was a most interesting said he was no speaker and h* had requested .' y'
night-of; a deplorable tragedy when the good roads bond to. be :held -inCommissioner's business man in of
W.
state. It Is'almost the geographical Randal McLaughlin mot his death election one, and every >Hon. F. Perry portMyers
w center-of the hard surface road extending KlssimnWshould have heard,the discussion to talk for him.
Districts 1 and 2 tomorrow
while L.
to Nos.
a desperate'attempt .
making ,. talk
"t+ from Jacksonville to Tampa. obtain on civic matters. Mr. Perrybeg.nhis by makias
Then through her streets would pass the human"dope race.1McLaughlin, that insidious. enemy of -..Saturday. Muallc> i .,,by the band and Jno. M. Lee and Dr. W. B. Wither. a humorous reference to.th syphon,
'\1\f the vast army of autoists which each tl spoon were appointed a'.committee: ) to sometimes used before the Wells' bone
LI went into Osceola
will be swelled by Pharmacy shortly after 11 4 o'clock some of our local speakers ,will tell you why solicit funds with which entertain dry bill was passed and-h*'informed
-'more, and Kisslmmee will be adr bond the Central Florida Highway Associ the assembly! that his remarks might',
and asked T. the
Druggist W. Thomas
to should out
turn support .
e tlsed in every state in the union where put you,. ands ation. <*...*> b*only' the .a;..." This, however,waa.
the auto's born is heard. ounces up of a prescription paregoric, and c.llInetor the two issue. The good roads bonding election, an error for: hit talk way both ..104'quent '
Should the freeholder's fall 10 amount 5 of bromidia In' a six-ounce came I which Cakes place tomorrow, cam in and con nc1nl'. .
awake to their responsibility and to bottle. As this called for two ounces for discussion and all present were unanimous He referred to the birth'of the Association

their opportunity, next Saturday, and o< space it is thought be hud some .. that the election should carry which took place In KissJmme -;
r, this. election fail to carry through other drug he wished to cor.blne with by a practically unanimous a little mON than two years ago,,
'';, lack of interest other cities in the I majority., Secretary Thomas was Instructed pf the little! handful of earnest men./ K
state are ready and waiting for' just Thomas'reua d.to : the FLORIDA'S' TOTAL FOR SCHOOLFINANCES' to have two dozen .cloth: banners who banded themselves together'' .for*'
., this opening and-thvy: would gladly scription but) McLaughlin putJjp.was insist-pre made to bo displayed on automobiles :the welfare this part of fair Florid* '
divert the official highway to other ant in his demand and even followed 'and said they little) anticipated 1 t th.fgreat
channels.: For example, Leesburg the druggist to the front of the store THE,DRAFT'IS 84,683 IN FINE CONDITIONThe Perhaps the most' tangible as well development which rsould.tak*
could connect with Lakeland. and this where he went to wait on a customer. as the most interesting result of the place in this short tit-e. H. spoir. of
a city would be left off the map of Flor. When the customer left the store meeting was the appointment of committees the well defined,result of the Associ;
Ida and could sleep t.ranquaUr.on McLaughlin with an oath,.again demanded School-Board and Supt. looking toward securing the ation's effort but Aid:, "Th work i*
without the sound of. "honk' orpassing1 the drug. Dr. Thomas again TALLAHASSEE June 14.-The Yowell County to'be commended and congratulated vacant .square'west of the passenger not complete. W* must have members
wheels to disturb her dreams.There refused to put It and coming' total and complete registration of are the showingof station and beautifying same for park and have funds to accomplishwhat
seems to be an uninamity of around in front of the up counter. he told Florida under the army selective draft upon school splendid financiers at the purposes.. H. H. Hunter brought the still remains to,, b*' done) He
, opinion! among the buotness men of the mata if he did not leave the store i la 84,683, as follows! Whites, 41,127; the county time. matter up and stated he would give closed by urging an to renew their
the city and taxpayers favoring the he would put him out. Mclaughlin negroes 83,666; aliens, 6,890ji The present The School Board has now to its $100 and a large quantity of shrubbery pledges and hoped new 'onthliltiaatawould
proposed bond election. and when arepresentative uttered a threat and struck Thomas in state registration reports have been credit in bank 18667.60, and uncollected toward beautifying the park .if join the organization.Secretary . ,
of' th. Vallev Gazette the of the land could be secured. Dickie' called
: the face knocking him down. Thomas handled' through Adjutant-General ,taxee amounting $5.925.25.Outstanding use ) report was
interviewed a number of them this sprang to his feet and defended himself Christian's office, and everything has against this is note The Board'enthusiastically adoptedMr. for and allowed some striking feats. .,
a
'-week,, asking for an expression of as best ho.could as he pushed'the gone through without a bobble and tor' and contracts have been Hunter's suggestion and Secretary Three hundred members were enrolled 71
opinion, they were, without a single man our of the door to the sllMw.lk.where has been' handled and forwarded to let which noooo.will take about $2fH)0) more : Thomas was instructed to communicate during the year. The work of.the nee,, r
exception; in favor-of this election. they clinched.', Washington with excellent, efficiency. This will leave: about I with the A. C. L. Ry. Co. and sociation had been that- mapping
McLaughlin to liquidate.
These men wero not selected becauseof thrust his hand into bIll but To. have completed the registrationand in the after all obligations ascertain if the lot could be secured out roads through Tropical Florida.
treasury
pocket, $10.000
their known advocacy of the issue before he could draw it with gathered the reports from all sections have been paid. 0 and, upon what conditions. H. C. H* stated that cur state was fast take
but were interviewed indiscriminatelyas Thomas struck him a blow a weapon and he of the state and forwarded the In view of the satisfactory condition Stanford and W B. Harris were appointed ing'the lead in its !good road movement fr +
they were met on the streets or at staggered against the door of Knott's total to .Washington in five days' of its'. finances the Board at its to see Mrs. Savage and.ascertain that $17,000,000 had been voted
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their places of business. Cafe, and 'fell in a heapon the side time speaks well for the adjutantgeneral's :last raised the salaries of the if she would allow the use'of her by the'people of Florida toward this?
meeting,
In fact little opposition has developed office. of the grounds work. He said that tourist visiting
walk. This story told Thomas There has not been a teachers in all the schools of portion now ;,
as by nearly
to the issue up to this time single report of friction or irregularity Mr. Hunter stated for the information this section' are couiparing the
was corroborated Lutz who i which will enable them to
-while who will bear the by wit-I th' county, of the Board that the links
those greatest nessed the' fight from in the state. better teachers and place the golf roads favorably with those of other .
arosethe
f. "burden, speak highly- favor of it, street and a number of The Washington department has s work"cure had been very much improved the past sections. '. ,It
higher
others. plane.In .
'' and a few are optimistic'enough ton ,' Night Marshal I, wired Governor Catts to put machinery on a when Supt. season and that the'greens were now In the absence of the treasurer his
Floyd attracted February 1915
predict the bonds will Tyson was in equal to In the state, and much reed ail! showed balancein
i carry by an .by the confusion fond ran motion now to apprehend any Yowell, took charge of the office therewas any report wa a
almost unanimous vote. r up who have evaded registration No more accessible the, business men the treasury of 26424. '
Just the
stretched(
as fell. He indebtedness $16-
man ; amounting '
!,' Even those who are radically opposd McLaughlia 'out the ground of leniency will now be shown 110.12. of the city. % During tho reports from commit r
on sidewalk
\. to bond issues in general are ad- where he The burden of the slackers will fall tees an especially practictl one was
and died.
'i. 'vcoating this election as the only prac began to gather gasped and several A crowd upon those who have registered and C. FARMER, NEW OWNER read by W. G. Brorein o* Tampa, i
i f,. tical method f obtaining the road nessed the last act in this drama men wit- the registrants are urged to assist in slat iii bringing, non-registrants to the KISSIMMEE MODEL LAUNDRY chairman 'of tho legislative 'commit
and James M. Willson, Jr., who'is' a when'Marshal .the apprehension of. slackers. Th* attention of the police. Summarization tee, when he presented in concise form
this week
.Tyson drew the man's 'A deal closed by
careful conservative business right Tribune -asked of reports of registration from wu important measures pasted by the
l. man Tampa correspondent '
hand from his trouser's pocket and his which C. .L. Farmer becomes the
r the sentiments i boards should becompared .
voiced of this element at the office of-the adjutant-general if the various recent legislature '
knife the Kiasimmee Model Laundry
when he said: "I am strictly opposed open dropped to the ground. he thought there waa any attempt to with estimates of Census owner of The Central Florida Highway,Aseb.
to going further in debt Judge Murphy acted as coroner and Bureau and effort should be concentrated A. F. Kritz the former owner of which in little w
J any until we empanelled S.'P.'Rogers,asforemanof evade registration in< this state. He the business, will remain with, the elation was.born your
I pay off but this aid "No there may have been a few on those '.districts where discrepancy 'F.rmer' learns city out of an emergency a little more
f. the with E. D until Mr.- the
Jury Katz laundry
btg4builtlha t ae ( E. C.
rdad must between and "
who registration estimates than two has without
failed
\ soon as to register through ignorance work he will years' ago ..
Duzenberry Henry Law. details of the when assume ,
,.: possible. We owe Itto ourselves to Lightsey, I among the more I Ignorant class seems greatest in case of the ; him. question, since its organization, been
:i' the good roads association and to then other rence Tress and W.. A* Gregory ,as; of negroes." doubt'as to age of'persons who have entiremanagement the most potent factor in the development .
;; state of Florida to do that. Then we Jurymen. I The War Department has wired the not registered the tabulated recordof self.Mr. Farmer has his of interest In good roads and in!
Dr. resigned position
T. M. Riveraxamined the
'{, should take a rest on issuing any more In their body. I' governor that the draft will be dis political organizations and other as bookkeeper for the Waters kCanon the construction of ?Improved high: .
( "bonds." and presence early: Sunday mornIng 'I tributed'among the several states on local records should be consulted and Grocery Co., and leaves that ways, that the' State of ,Florida has "t1
his
,_ Would Benefit Farmer gaveas evidence that basis of their respective population data may be obtained from the Census ever known. ,
4 _Senator-C....Caroon...when* asked there were no bonea broken and only andJiot.onJ>u i 4..of number registered. Bureau institution laundry.after this.next.-week>1ond.y.Ue takingoverthe I doubt .if any similar O 1 U.tiOftan'Where'inthe
1 .hie opinion said: "As lace it, if we ,-wouds-on.-orrth.-IIJr.'Wlllch Therefore wherever slackers have """'The'purpose of-thts tlegranvistoinaugurate states that there will be country has-ever, accomplished
keep up with the procession of the hot ven dislocate the teeth, and one failed to register the burden will fall from tomorrow a vigorous the business no changesin but more in the'same; period 's
'I right
progressive counties it over the right eye. The wounds were and effective enforcementof away, as bf
r is-absolutely heavier in proportion. A telegram aggressive soon as' he becomes.familiar with the of. time toward the development
"' to build'' goOd' The not in themselves sufficient: was his clauses of the selective will
necessary roads. just received from Provost-Marshal at hte .penal details of the work time and attention systems of highways that becomeof
,'s good roads' partially constructed in opinion, produce death. This, he Washington by Governor Catts i I. as service w -against all who have'by will be devoted, more to tke national interest, than has been acn
Florida have already attracted a gre.tTQ.any thought was due'.to brain shock and. I follows: their'failure or refusal to register, and pressing features. cleaning complished by this organization.: C

,. visitors and when completed wo to heart failure. "Washington June 11. Governed, brought themselves under those provisions Mr.. Farmer has been a resident' Throughout the 'splendid territoryof
', can net overestimate the value this The Jury fully exonerated Dr. Tallahassee, FJa.: Quotas are to beassigned The Department! of Justice is ,for the three Central Florida and the West Coast '
i will be to the community. Good roads Thomas his in their verdict pronouncing + are certainly a necessity to every death as due to "shock or heart portion to their population as deter United States attorney and marshals and integrity young, ''By close attention' tlon' of this Association there were
progressive farmer. I would like tone failure" in a fight with W. T. Thom.1 mined by the Bureau of the Census instructions to release on their own business he has gained for himself the only'a few disconnected Improved
a unanimous .vote .cast for 'these .1. and that in his opinion. and not proportion to the registra recognizance all persons arrested by full confidence and esteem of Kissim- highways and In which n<) effort had '
'i bonds next Saturday." Thomas is"'in, no way responsible for tion. The result is that every person marshals or deputy marshals, or by mee's business men,' and we predict: been made towards establishing a system
the death.
J' C. W Dann said: "I certainly dow I who has failed to register is seriously state, county and municipal police officers success for him in his new venture.Mr. of through highways.' There has ,
a of this bond iscue. It would The body of the unfortunate young/ and turned to them who been of-
l approve lacr..lnsthe burden of those who over Kritz expects to devote his timeto laid; out a complete system
; T>. a real calamity if they do not carry man was removed to the hem. of his have registered. Ample notice and promptly,register under the terms of looking after his and highway., reaehing.very county,
for I know, very 'well tow the other mother, Mrs. Frances McLaughlin. in every'*opportunity has been given and .paragraph forty of registration regu- otheB interests.: orange, grove much of which has already been COBI-.
conatles feel abut it. Tile Dixie Highway West Kissimmee and Sunday afternoon there is no loager any argument upon lations. The Secretary War construes pleted.In : '
would be diverted to other channels 'was interred in Rose,.Hill Cemetery which the coduct,of non-registrants section ave of the selective KISSIMMEE BUYS LARGELY I addition to the'extensive work
and we would be side-tracked/' He was twenty-eight years old can be condoned. The period of leniency service law asj requiring compulsory that tau been accomplished throughthis
if. Katz strongly favored the mea.- at the.time of his death, and it is said referred in my No. 600 has registration by the officer making the OF THE LIBERTY BONDS organization in the way of establishing
"I think all he has been addicted to the use of bro of each arrested KUsimmee. is coming the aid of constructing
ure, saying: we ought by now passed. Attention is invited to arrest person )Immediately and highway:
r mans,'vote these bonds. The best Interests midia.for some time, which is 'knownto paragraph sixteen of the regulations.It upon his conviction. Please give Uncle Sam in helping provide the this Association has played an import a'
of the community demand that cause faulty heart action. is requested that every effort be notice to all who have any duty enjoined sinews of the great business of war I ant part in bringing about the enactment -
,'We do so.:' If we do not we'll find our- Mr. Thomas stated tAt a representetive new made to detect and arrest persons upon them in connection, with by buying liberty bonds, ,. say the I ofr laws that will haw a far-
t'' kselves off,[the map of Florida. The of the Gazette that while he deep. subject to registration, who hav not the penal clauses of the law, and particularly banker here. : reaching influence in the permanent'
condition of the road from hers south ly regretted the outcome of the affair registered and to bring each 'ease to state, county and.municipal The State Bank has received quItea I upbuilding' improveoU-highways, : '
r, ''Is deplorable and I'm confident it Ist" he felt that, he,could have .taken no promptly to the attention of the nearest police named 'in 1 paragraph. sixteen number of applications for the bonds :throughout thestate, -'
robbing the city of'bu.I..... ,I object other course., 'r representative of the''Department of the regulations." and these have been forwardedthrough I. .'Practically\ all the mON important n
to running my car over 1t and feel H*M MMMMMVi MM 1 of 'J'uet1tet Wide publicity honld be I i the cb.nn.rile. recommendations made by this Association
,' sure others take the same attitude." Mrs. Robert Jones returned. to Klslimmee given to the effect of Don-registration J. Y.'King of Orlando was In Kis response.",, said C.Ay' CaNon, "has have been enacted into.law. b
'I A. D. Gilbert,'1n' referring to the Monday after a>very pleasant in Increasing the burden of those who simmee. 'Thursday attending* good been quit liberal" The member 9f this, Associationwill
;t preposed.election,'strongly,urged,the week's visit, with friends at bar old ban registered. Car should be taken road meeting. H* was en rout for At the Citizens Bank tonsiderabl.amount b* interested at this tin in a.
i,., measure, saying: "Put m* down In home ia Idlewild,'pretty little sab- that the lists prescribed in paragraph Loughman to look after hi* property' of thes bonds have been subscribed brief outline of the various law.that' .
(** 'A __ .. .rb sour ) aorth of T.mpa.ov; the thirty-nine ar* promptly: posted dan interests. His family are located. forth and we' have been' compelled. ..

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TWO '- THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY JUNE\ IS, '1917 ;: IV

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: V I' Garrett Miss Helen Perdew leftIa Friday
Robinson
Proceedings salaries 'and length of school V terms' at. ., Burser.1)avi.. Eugene Nicholas ),I..k/Orr. .1:1111'01'01:: night for Tallahassee, where sfc, Wilt I,

follows: ; REGISTRATION FORSELECTIVE Deaaauasure, RiCh Daniel enter the business department-of 'th. )i iSUte r

School No. }, Klaslmmee, term eight Evens ard Henry Smith Abet. College for Women. She will f 1 I !
the School Board r months' .. per Month F..ar. Horace 'Thomas' "'harl'eFulI.r. be the truest of her cousins State Tax }

V It. M. Almenla Evans, Principal..._____._12600(: DRAFT Julian \VlIYThompkln". A Rol- Commissioner and Mrs. R. J. Pat. ,
Miss Leltn.r. Aas't Principal JuUan) ,% y- and .
__.... ?...,-.__._.?_._?__ 100.00 Fuller Iy Thomas, wmHerrln. I ,L erson.
V V : To be supplied) Science.____.?_ bOot( Van Tyson, Enoch ": .1. ,
Khnimmee, Fla., June 4th, 1917. The School Board met in regulai r F. C Bryan. B lth._.:::_:_ loot: OSCEOLA Jordan Henry L T)'.on- *$mt*
session there being present W. C.,, Mlaa LolA) Lawler A 7th.-...__-_ ,7000: COUNTY. FLORIDA. Lani'r Frank '
Miss Virgil Kent B 7th.."'.".... 7000 I Precinct No.. 1Alford. Lanier! Ira WhrenhC.ead. Oacar
Bass, Chairman; W. It. Lanier and J.. Miss Cleo 'WoolrYdare>> A H. Balsden; also C. E.,Yowell, Super Miss Battle I* McKensle. B th. 70 O(: Lester Jones Joseph Thomas 8 Henry
Mra. P, C. Bdwards. A sth------ 7000Mra. : t, Ernest Johnson Romla Yates John M
intendent. John
J, W. Trammell. B th.._., 70.00 t, Anderson. Howard Jenntna-a Palmer AM...UM W.."-. I'retchwtt,
Xinutei of the act meting were 1 MIss Louise Thomason A 4th... 70.00 W Jenkloe.. Charles Steam Electric Pasta V Precinct No. II
-read and approved Subject to Examination) Alderman. De WitRobert. "
; State Bank of Kissimmee county MI. Cecilia Overitreet B 4th._. 70.00 ton Kata Edgar COUK Fall Dtreeaoae la IS lasvnasesold Barton. Douglas Owens. Felix
Mlaa M C. Brynn A 3rd.......__ 70.00 Arnold Joa las ." ..,.... SBC and $1.00.U. Burke. James MatWaahlnKton
V school depository, reported as follows: MI. Lillian Dale, B Ird._._.___- 70.00 Allen Isaac Ken.dy, Robert ....asaaast bevel thew Pndwett. CharlesKdrla .
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Miss Ruth Clark A Ind__-..?__ 70.00 Alaton, Uuasle Lee Laurence Henry KKHO IMH AND CRfJDK/ Oil.
OBNBRAI.' SCHOOL FCMDTo Miss Medora Russell B lnd._._. 70.00 Ashton. Rudolph Krlta, James Max Fountain. Robert 8m' th. AberryInaram. KINK_Run on oil of any kind .
'balance on hand aa p.r laat Miss Emma Towell. prim. prln... SO.00 Ba... Wade HampKleth, Harry; .. Harry Smith., John Bar. batterlea magneto or lg-nltor. A .
report ...___.._..-___._......,(..... Miss Lucy Wllherapoon. A 1st... 70.00 ton V Lamb, Ruben Guy Frank JoaYounir.. ,George Oseph Ruaaalt ton, No 4 h.. engine will run a full load ./
'To amount received from C_ L, Miss Elons Quloe, U lat..-..__-._ 80.00 Bass Barney Lock."'CfIarl.. Dan borneJohnston 10 p.hour at cost of So a day '
Bandy tax collector ....V...:..13,177.11. Miss Nellie McQuarrle, domestic Bass Leon Ray Lupfer, Samuel Moor James Yatea. WilliamZanders!) William Precinct No. 10 Blsea.t.for 4. '. 18. '0. 75 h. p. Bead I
science .... .. .... 15.00 mend Lincoln
from L.
To amount received C. - Mill
Miss Myrtllla F*. Beals.. ....... Barber. William Lor.n.r..4 Journearan. WilNapoleon Frank Al- tile.. Venoy And. for prlcea Pump, Supplies, En.
;Bandy, tavx. collector....... 104.Of7O Mualo ) Aug lansing ... Boiler. Saw Mill and Wood
11am Owen Will Ifln.
: amount received$ from Erne.t Expression (To b* Supplied)...?_?_. Isaac ust Zody. bert V drew \
'k Amoa Comptroller ......... 1177.00 Orchestra Leader R l>. Brown.._..... Bullock, Henry Lawson Oordon Jobn.on. Will raraona, Stanley MAlsBY MACHINERY
Per Month. Stanley Rosier V CO. ;
"To amount received from C. E, V
Towell. superintendent ...... JO.00To School No. S. Allla-ator Lake. termS V Bearden Albert Lancaster Eddie, Precinct No. 2' ADVERTISED LETTERS 4OR.1O H. Bay St.. .....10;_........ ...... ". -
,.. amount r..eel".d'trom Ernest montha Miss Sarah Mlller.$65 Ella. Albert V Ivey. Robert Malcolm '
Amos, Comptroller ._........ 11.41 School No.'M': Campbell term 1 Bass, James Dur-. Llndsav, Roland Keen. Ira Eugene Stoke, Ira Grant .
V To amount received from Ernest months ;.. Lottie Hul ...--. 65.00 wood Harold Overatreet George Following the list of uncalled for
;._ AmOs, Comptroller ...__.... 1.7O.17 School No. ,6 lokoaee. term S Ftaaa VernleUryan Lamb. Thomas I
V months J. E. Wllllama...-___ 65.00 Eugene C HeaeklahBass Precinct No. 3 letters remaining! in the postoffice at Magnolia' Balm
V' "U S" U" V V 1I8.46J1S School No. 8. near Ashton term Smonths. Orris Frank.. Livingston Gar; the two weeks
: liy paid] warrants as per list.. 6,48467 Miss ElsIe Batton___ 6600 lln Cushing Acre, Albert Lanler Dan Kissimmee Florida for LIQUID FACE POWDER.
School No. 7. Center Park term 7 Inss Ordla Lesesne, Elliott Allen Leon V Lanler Wade KItronaon. June 11. 1917i j '
ending-
By Balance'...___.._...._.._'11,684.111 months (to be I .di.-ri-, 60.00 Ironnon. John L Llvlnff.ton.VIII Robert B Lanler Kirby AJice Barber ts The beauty secret of :
No 8. llllkm Lesesrve Oscar Minnie Baley. Mrs. %
V School ; Peghorn 8 Bradley Joseph Bo..en. Guy Lee. Arthur JUryant. Mrs.
H. 'S. 1). JXo. 1. fmmiTo months, Mrs Rhoda Lucas.__':. &66.00 Charles. H.nry' Edward Lamb. Thomas X Mrs. Roxie Cody, Edgar Bass;I women who know how ,
I balance on hand aa. per last Sihool No.. 9. Flnney Point term 8 Bronson Clarence Lesesne. Nathaniel Bronaon LonnlaTironaon Lanier. EarlOveralreet. Miss Hattie Jacobs, to take of the
V : report' .__ ____ _.....______,..13i .09To months (to be supplied)....__ 66.00 Leon Mack. Oscar. OscarCromldy Roll L Henry Henderson, McKnight I care cornplexion. -
I amount rerelved from C. L. School No. 10, B ..vllie. term S Bratton James Martin! Ray EpPesJ'lnea Wljllnm Preacott Melvin John Mastabers. Henry '7 ..q Cannot be :

4 Bandy Tax Collector____.___ 64175 months, Miss Nelly Pherlgo.__ 65.00 : Gregory V 11111I.1' MerrIll. .Fletcher Charlie heaves, Coy ;Wl8. Alice Robbie. N. V; Sweeten.B. 1 detected. Heals Sun. "
V To>> amount received from Ernest School No. 12. Narcoossee term II lass. John Talley Millard H, Robert, James E B. SIMPSON. I .
V j Amoa Comptroller .uu--- 471 months, Miss dna Schwelkart 66.00 lass, Clarence V .Miller James Johnston Henry burn.stops Tan. Soothing '
To>> amount received from Ernest School No. IS. WhIttier, termS 5months. ilackburn FrankTalmaire White Postmaster .. V .A.q;4; cooling refreshing.
; Amos, Comptroller .._..,._.___ 18371 principal (to be supplied Johnnie Precinct No. 4dnma. I VIV .JI
) ----J'n_.:.--___. 80.00 lshop.. George Muller. John SKIS IT )' / PI.... WAi...'R-.RJ.
_, 11087 IDUy School No. 18 \Whlttler term 8 Kranklln Mevers, Jesse > William Lamb Leon Dale GIRLS! WHITEN, IS. ..VuuE e'4.,aialJlncL

t w paid warrants a. per. list..... &18.17'BT' ,months// assistant Ito be suppIid Barber. Jim EverMarten, Vorter Arnold Hradfor William l lAndrews Mann XYarrenMarah. Andrew WITH LEMON JUICJR: Sample th.r color) for 2c. Stamp. 4
) hu__ .___-.-1 S500 ett Mack William V ,
: 'balance ..._................... .IS71.01 School No. 16. Diin Creek term Imonths. Inna. Dupontfa"on" William : Hnhert Jamea few cents a-MI..Cfc. 40 South Fifth StB. UrB.N.Y.\
, : Mlsa Lessle. Haye...... 40.00 CluerryJarber. Marten l>rlnctf Al. Itarber WilliamJnckson LalrdMe Make a beauty lotion for a ,
( I $. B. I). Mo. 2. F.Md School No. 18, $t. Cloud term 8 montha: Clarence bert .>'er. Cecil frecklef iii.V i
V To balance, on hand a. per last principal (to be supplied.4......__ Mill.I'd' Muse Robert. Unrher,, John Ran. Montsdnca, Rob.aom . .to remove tan _

report ._.-_. __.._,._.-..-_. 1970S Mra. Laura Lee assistant prln... 8500 B"rb..rtVllilam. Marten Jombrv.La V ert M lowness" I
%1V; To amount received, from C. L. (Hubject" to Examination) Claudius McAllster Daniel 0 Beaurhamp Open Mann. Henry Dan.
V -
p rf Dandy'- _...-..- 117119 To be supplied) Ind at. prln. 8000 Barclay Walter JlrUrud..r., James Mllo.. 11Rlake and FREE ART SERVICE 1"FO'tJ 1
4frr To amount received from Ernest Miss Mertfe Fletc.-h.ri 7th and 8th 70.00 Lester V Harry Frank Mc. Montsdoca. SamuelV Your grocer hns the lemons any

'tI Amos ....... ._.............. V 4981T3y Miss Katherine Shadoan 6th...... 70.00 Irown,. Bonnie blcLaughlinflan.Itattle Bailey.Cormjok.,William Muchlow, Dorse drug store: or toilet counter will sbpplyyo -
Mlaa Mary Florence. 8th. _... 70.00 Leon 'dalliutler MrKeath. Samuel
-e VVVV :- -r"-: ", ,Utlo: ._ tm----- .-.cOo-: ", ..._...t ""-** >*. *f nr Jidnard.." _-,- luL ....- ----- -.wj thr e..ounce- .eL!<>>rcliard' fic'F'f fi T '
paid warrant. a. r'llt.r.... 14.84Vr Miss Lillian Ida, Ird' _:....-__.. 7000Mlaa : : John Mal- CleveLand TlassTjohn; t..rawi.yalau Z; : white for a.few cents. 'Squeeze"thJtltce : \ { "r-tt1 ,
Star tnd........... 70.00 chlah McKee, Gordon ford Newton FoatarSorthrop V of two- fresh! lemons into a b'ottle'then ':
: .banc V 4I. ,..V.?......__._ V .II03 V .1 Miss. Fleda J'"I.II"Yl. 1st.,.-:.i',.:_1,.;,--v70.l<}_ nC>>J"wn. Henry. Augustus V V Bass llarber EdgarCharlea Joseph H ,. Burdette. in th orchard white and Interior of Your Horn*. t tI
V Miss Lottie Doollttle. a.." .ti-41i.O tell. Lewis *'cL.od. Lee Oliver Klpp put I
S. 0. D. Ne. a. W.i (Subject to Examination: Irown. Isaac McDade. John Overall. Ralph shake well. This makes a quarter pintof
To balance on hand aa. last 18, H. Steffee. I tolton. HarneyJacot. McNorton. Henry Barber, Joe EdEmory: V the best lemon akin whitener
per
c, Scr.r: IT "o.z very of the Interiorof
wardBailey. Robert'Ellis
Padeeit decoration
artistic
The
'. report ...... --. 11411.75 months Creek... 56.00 James Nash Frank beautifier known.
-
To>> amount received from C. L. Subject to Examination: ) laker. James Brlca VBass. Clarence A and complexion the home presents many problems:
Bandy?...?_ ,......--.-V 130431By School No. It. Oreeley. term Smontha Frederick. Nelson Clyde H Barber Bullard.. Warren. Padirrtt Henry a Massage' this fragrant. creamy lotion Dimensions of various rooms; the char j'
( to be .uppll.JI, )........ 1600 McLendonCromartea ;Nlswona-er, John George Peterson Charles daily into the face neck: arms and acter of the furniture and woodwork;
$2917.08 School No. 10., North Kissimmee. term Lewis Raymond Baaa.Fra..klln..lr' Padarett, Jolly hands and see.how f..ecklest tan the colors of draperies and carpets
Edward Lei- Just
r paid'warrant. : ( : Per Month Holmes Nelson Walter Peterson Leonard
aa per llt... 3* 11 .months J must be considered; all this requiresexperience
Principal (to be supplied)...,.. 6600 Cobb, Jay Oliver, Thadlaa terBarber. JoaaphPadarett. sallowness. redness and roug.iness taste and skill. t,
.
.- 13y'balance ..................JTimT* Grammar( : Pearl Johnson ....... 40 00Intermediate Cobb. Amos Al..a. Samuel Evans, Edwin Hiram disappear and how amooth'aoft and K are contemplating redecorating f
H. Tim mona....... 4000: ander Patteraon. Harris Prather Grip Yes I It is you
V .. ..' D. Mek 4. ..... Primary Mellta. Johnson........ 40.00 Cooper.>> ; Orant Parten. Henry, Oscar larber. Hardy Peteraon. James clear the skin becomes. your hems or building a new one- .
TBaIanc. on hand a. per last Will Johnson, principal......... 46.OO Carson. Marion Barber' Donovan Raymond harmless and the beautiful resultswill you will find It a decided advantage to :
report ..... '", -. *t*1." Hattie Kln ;. asssltant .._...... 40.00 Bryan V Persons Charles (artln John V Plummer. John J surprise you. consult with the Art Department of the P
To amount received- ;. m.l.: School No.. 21. Mulberry Sink termS Chapman John Lowe Crawford Davis Reid .;B Rummel. Charles Peaslee-Oaulbert Company Incorporated 1

} V Bandy; .__ ...........-... 3(1.51 Onhnol months sI_ n.on supplied45.00 rV. lr .i:rm imonths t.t William Iltl.nn Prentla..Ja"" ... Cecil Cobb! Samuel F Rdrran Christian James W. H. Arnold and Alan MacDon-V ,.of Louisville. Ky. .
-- -- -' Information.every t
'V. $116450V (to be supplied41.00, Raymond Puller, Charles Ira uecicer.uel Earl Sam Harvey ough returned home Tuesday from a Every suggestion aaalatance.bearing every on the subjectof <

TiT paid warrants as per list... K.KBy School No. IS, Unlno Center termS Cohrfna Charlie Prescott Christopher Drawdy. Willie A Rlddell.Crunch Lovick business trip down the East Coast. proper finishing of your Interiors
..
montha (to be supplied). 60.00 Cowfter AlsTer
( 'balance ....................$188114 Se\h:: OMerl Aahton term- 4 EarleJroxton Prevatt Charles Edwards Clyde Vernon\ Rlley. Hay R They traveled by auto and visited will be gladly furnished without. cost "
... Roberaon.... o.ob Maxwell Fox. Jr. Edwards, Rusaell John Jacksonville first, and thence down or obligation to you. .
S. S. D. !*.. B, Fmml School No. 18, Merldla. term I Vmonths. Earl Persons Oeo W Lawrence Newton Wesley the coaat as far south as Homestead. Write for any Information or sufffesttons -' :
'To balance on hand a. per last Cora Gauldlnsr ...... 46.00 Cornell John Aleake.. William H V Ryan Charles B contractto you may wish Send In your I'
'ersrueon Ira received
report ..___ ......._??._. $4471 School No. 17. Hancock term 4montha. met V Plant. Romeo Moss Graham Ryan.' William While away they a specifications and the Art Department J'
'To amount received" from C. L. Fannie Addlaon.:..... '41.00 Combs Garn.tt Parker. White Clay Henry Benedict build three warehouses for the American originate\ designs, suggest practical

V 'Bandy ..*-..:..... .. 41.SO. School No. 18, Ba..n..r. term 8montha Norman Padareu. King Gilbert Frank Oring Sage' James Whit. Agricultural Chemical Com. Ideas and achemea and give you the ';'
ro principal ._ _.... (0.00 Cobb. BenjaminFranklin Partln John Clay V
amount received from
Ernest ----- ,
V -Amos ........ ,....... .... S4.0S V (To be supplied) jr..' V ton' rln Simmons Oscar pany. one each at Vero Cocoanut promptest and moat careful service. to
Goodman
School No. 18, Baaenaer, term S Coleman, Edward Prentla.WJllam] Judge Walton. Grove and Homestead. The best architects and decorators*of III

lirI' V fltOO* months, assistant --------__.... 66.00 Abel Roy MaloneJalloway.. Stokes Aaron this country frequently call upon this
Br paid warrants as1' per Hat.... 51.97 (To be supplied) Cobb. John Henry Peoplea. Charley Hatch Frederick.Aron Stokes Fletcher Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bishop and I department for Information and help ..,
: School No. 10, New Eden, term 3 Cowsrer John Or- Pitta John Andrew for desirable effects In the
; fiy balance ..... .-.V".n; i'! months ...................... 45/00 villa Player Elmo Prlrromartee iarvey.-.3. Wesley Jackson daughter.: Miss Dorothy have arrived execution obtaining of their plans. That thee.suggestions .
Rulllvan
;; V (To be supplied) I James m ua Hatch John In the city on a visit to relatives. almost uniformly
V .. .. D. New s. fmmt School No. 11. Deer. Park, term I Cromartee, An- Parsons, Nathan Garnet Stratton. Charles are
Hull. Noah
_. Nathaniel adopted makes us believe that the word .
To balance on hand .. last month .. -- 50.00 dr..w. Decatur V
per
report .... ..__....._.._.._.. 27.11 (To be supplied) Crumby Sam Reed. Samuel Jos- HuCm..n.tam.Melville .. Rlmmons, Hardr; of our Art Department Is authoritative F-
V. To amount reoelved from C. L. School No.. 11, Deed Park. term IV harmllna ;, Loyd C eph Ide. William Hulllvan Fred I and final on such matters. f
'
Bandy, *_....-.-_ ............. 111 monthS -;--..--..-_. -.._.._.. 40.00. hooper Clyde Robinson. Cfarea) 'effera' Ernest B, ihaub Alfred Guy There's a Pee-Oee fta..h' for every "
.:fft (To be supplied) Davis. Ed V Alexander, Johnon. Short Joseph, Jr. LET,6ARDENSUPPLY purpose. Ask for Free Paint. Books* <<
By balance .-.-_.........-.......1.01 School No. 16. East Lake term: 8 Davis. Samuel Leroy Roberta Ha v.JO albert Harry Todd, Harry C.. Jr.' I and Color Cards.Osceola .
montha .___-_ .....___....... 4500 Richards'Benjamin Thompson Archi.Johnson ." .
Warrant were examined and can. (To be supplied) Dodd Roger VDunawayWtlbur . Charles Tyaon Elmer J :
celled In open session aa follows: General School No. 40. Sarcooaaee.. term 7month. Roll!, EmmetEugen Hulbert Tyson John Jamea Hardware Co. .
V V School Fund ....U.II1: 8 8 D. No. .. L. L. Jordan........... 40.00 Sheridan Kenny Knight. Fred" B. Taylor. Roy Walter YOU !
V t, fl4.14: R 8 D. No. I, fit II; 8. 8. D. School No. 41, Rauleraon. term Imonths. >snlels, John Rotunda..Thomas Clayton Oliver V | Vanderberg-
V No. f........; s. a IX: No. 5. $56.37. Miss Ola Campbell... 45 00 Henry Rogers, Samuel Kenon, Charleae. V Roy fll.lflall.l 1'
Mr. 1. R. Flaart was appointed Janitor Davis. : Moieaenard Melvin -v Walton Frank -KhsmmeeFIa.
B'III. were approved" and warrants Is.. for School No. 18_ St. Cloud at a .> Joe Rouarhftarden Dale LOOK-* Orle John Neville Wll. Lesley ---- __ _
V railed aa follows: salary of $17.00 per month. Pusenbury Edwin Reuero. Anthony Wllllama, Harry O
V M;C. Baaa. M. B. P. 1.... .__.. 4.00 schools should begin August 6th and 1':1101.FI d Howard -
V "W. R Lanler. M. B. P. I'IHI'._ 540 the schools at Kissimmee and St. Cloud BOy Geae1"allchard.on.. HeseKvans > Precinct No. SAndrew. MANUTACTURE I. l
,V ,3. H Baladen.. M. B. P. I ** '.i 1300 should begin. September. 17th. Charnle klah V ., Jim i Kahpmen., Laurie ,
V C. B. Woodali Janitor 8ch'No"li, 4(00 There beingno further business the 'Ellis Vernon n...d Smith Klrbyu, (, :,' .Alien.. '.Jeaaa.i4Ufc.ju:: .q I..kIi...,. :: h
Presbyterian Church rent Sch..I 8." Hoard j adjourned, to meet June llrd I Ryans." Joe Oliver\ Spalr,.. Robert LeejJ; ArmstrongOeni&iLaw" -a, Bennle "" :1'I METAL
' Kratton Oulce 1111.' V Evan..II..nJamln'W1s' ...... "rf!" Ir
rent i ball >parlt? I mm. Carl eral 'James '- VV V Lrnler. >amea. t'
School No. .1_.-_._-.i4..i., .. JOOMiss Ellsworth Lankford lennla. Henry Corbett . CEILINGS ."
V Alblna Bmlth. services. Can I Evan Carrlnvton 4i.i4th, Austen EdlRanctloua Bennett. Charles Lanier Lambni..I't GARDEN FiktrW
; nlnar; Club ---._?....__ _..,.._.. so OA GOVERNOR VETOES THETWOPRIMARY I aonEvans. V Hodges nd CULVERTS.5HINGIE5; ,,
. 8. ade1. legal services, --j..._ 1100: MEASURE I Weyman Slever Otis Brad- : Adolph' Lain, JohnLawrence V
t. palsy D. Jones teacher. 8ch 40.( 't>oo I Potter V Icy. V nrown, JoeKowena Will V SEEOSt AND OTHEft I
-. -<).cepla Hdnr. Co., supplies Sch 1 "1S Evan Robert Seed, William Charlie Lambkin Peter. '
:Klaalmmee Tele. Co.. phones..... 7.80 TALLAHASSEE. June 14.-Gov- ajidall Jephurtneah Byrd. Will Lowman John SHEET METAL
. 4 Klaalmmee WL., water rent i Farmer Charles Story. Lvles Victor nrown. Will Harrison
V Sch. No. I...,..*...._--_--. Is.o< ernor Catts, Saturday, vetoed the Luther ShArp. Sidney Cherry. William E. Mitchell, Hadrlck ESPECIALLY ADAPTED k BUILDINGMATERIAL : :
stout Lumber Co., lumber Sch. I Farmer James Monroe. Crosby Arthur Moody. ,' '
; No.1 ......*........_.._?.-.- 194 Iwo-prlmary act, passed by the legislature Carson: Bmedal.. Harold Owen McCray Jesse Lewis J FOR YOUR STATE. '.
I 'It. D. Brown Services Boh. 1... ... IS.00 Folks Solomon Smith. William Crosby James .
at the eleventh hour of its recent MoWhlte, Fletcher ; : WRITt TOOArroR SPECIAl.
V ? .;.... I'NO
.A B. Vance, office supplies__.... 4(0 Johnathan Augustus Daniel FREE -
Neajoua, BennlePhlppy
. 1 Mlaa Jean Cajdwell.-decorating-. .session .and In doing so he declared Forrest Lynlous Smith. Julius May Crosby. Kenneth CATALOGUES QUOTATJON5 '

I: Hoard V No. 1 Co.-.*.Coma.._......<..._...._?.- is 00 that the measure was by far Fewell nl..ton Sumner Robert L Harrison W../ In George"-ton l' OUR INSTRUCTIVE$ CATACOO JACKSONVILLE, . .. .. .. .., :
Protectojrraph-.00 George Smith. Robert Irny Cobin. John Pete*on. Ed
neck Duplicator Co.. Duplicator 18.00 inferior to the present law and not Edward Sharpe, James ElFord. Daniel Minus Roberts, Fred John :ii': AND WEEKLY PRICEUST'SEND ,
' V Ernest dray mo VCnsrllah: Elsy TOOATl'
Rauleraon. Lore FOR THEM
? S. S. D. Net Fsmd worthy of serious consideration.In Flake Cortlandt Sharp.. Srenhen Karat Arthur Raulerson Noah I IC
4. O. A. B. Memorial .h. rent Commencement his communication to Hon. Frank Ellphelet Howard ChristopherRobinson. '
Exercises .__..._. *|7.00 Cary Oa rr..tt. George Story Aaron Al' Rverson Thomas EAJIARTINSEEDGO.JACKSONVILLE.FLA.
:'''a. J.V R. Figart. Janitor Sch. 18 1700 A. Hardee, speaker of the House of Palmer V bert Futrell. George Simmons Ed Clarence C 1.
H. C. HartUy, supplies, Sch, ll._ 1.45 Representatives Governor atts .Gardner Claudia Smith. Charles Everett Washington Smith. Frank .1 GiBSON PIIR1IIERV
says
V Emlte
V I Fulton. Dave )Simmons, Arthur
r s. L. D. N*. >. Fmmi in part: Goodman. James Schmidt. John Carl Planville. William WIIII.m
TDalay 1:>. one.. _I. teacher Sch. laws and William Smith Nicholas I Hill '
regulations havingfor Stokea
"All Doaha
I No. .40 -..-...__.._.....-.,_.._ $(..00yH. their Gross. QeorgeLawrence Bhearouae, George "rant. Ulysses S Staples John Len. ;
the control and :
'V . J purpose regulation V Gaddla. Manuel. wood SELLSFire
., L S. D. .N. .. ..... of the right of suffrage should Onldston. Williamllbba. Batcher.nw1r lam Haywood Charlie Smith. George OUR LAMB AND (,.
Baladen. repalra. on organ, and Ram Colonel Hill. William
;',,, ch. Bo. :11 ..................... "1.110 be passed only after mature patriotic ireen, Ruben Stevena Otis Hone,.Johnny Smiley. willHheppard.. London POftKANDBCCFAND
consideration. This bill was Gr..en. Alonso : Simmons,' Henry Jane Joshua Scott VCAL Life Accident and !-
: The Board decided to.build a school passed without such consideration and, Gregory. William Sllaa, Marten V Johnson Sulo Sylveater Harry Clarence ARC CHOICEeNouoH (,

V 'bous aU Lokosce( and one at Camp passed in the last moment of the seslion. Arthur I Rufus I Jennings. Manuel Tooks Ben TO Health Plate Liability :

:..oell .just prior to adjournment. There Hay.Tarmon., Arthur Roy Starka man, James V Fir K..nn..dyVIIII.Kennedy. Henry. 0 White, Julius MAKff YOU Feet.eveny Glass t'

;. .' :Mr. A. J, McDonough was appointed are so niany-defects in the bill that it Hiram 811.... Elmer Lee William Caesar, Andrew COHTrroroAFTf'1t. and

VVr toy the. Board to draw plans.for these Is unworthy of serious considerationand Hansell. William Wright .. Boiler Insurance. Ii

_. building; and also draw,plans for the I will therefore not undertake to Hanaell Edward John Sweet. MaaooetSylvester.. Walter Precinct No. 6 1
f '
proposed school building at Kenans- make my objections in detail. While Vance Stuckey. ClydeSilas Arnold Arnet Kllpatrlck Dray. Legal Bonds Executed "
the present primary law is objection- Hunt. Ola harris Lawrence Baaa, John H tan R MPAU./!/

I wille.On account of. the distance the V able and needs some few.amendments Hughey Alonso Milton Tanners car'Willie Os Bass B...,. Nat Grant,P V Lee, CyrusMcClelland, Wll.llam . Sa.me Day Needed.

"Bofcrd decided not to undertake the removal it is far superior to the present bill. Healand. Willie Taylor John ;Ben- Aa... Clyde H aPadsrettrSol / }
of Hanasllr'AsIeJamin- Haas.-Rudy-O, -, .
; : the Whlto-Leaf GovemorCattsSaturdarftemoon V. "T-
Bay-school Franklin Tlndale Henry Barber. Clyde L Bmlth.Joe E> WYOIFWANTTOTENJOY ,. .
House afLokosee; but to sell it at the disposed of the last of the bills passedby lanaell.. Henry Plant Balsden George D Story Barley rf OFFICE
bIt pries which could be obtained. the legislature which has just ended Morgan Tress Lawr.nce Fuller. Will V Rhlver. Carl B the after meal contentment that a : SUtf, Bank Building

:Mr. W. B. Harris editor of the Kisaimmes its session. Among the most important Hay, Benjamin Hugo Fertlc, William N Sessions. Chas A proper digestion is entitled .to, ..'
Franklinlarper. Taylor, Mary Olive Easan Slyveater Story. A
Valley Gaxete appeared before ,'of the' measures app'roved .' Henry Thompson. Ira W Carson Chaa A Simmons: .h'R ..rt you should allow us to serve you. .i,'
V the Board and stated that it had among the Jut batch of'the official ClaudHughey V Tlndale Hill V Canon George A H '
4. ':been the custom fo his paper to pub- acts of tho legislature was the cattle William 'Tlndale, BenAlbert latlln, Ben B Savaae Henry B Our shop Is clean and sanitary.Our T. M. RIVERS. M.D.

Ilsh the finaclal tick eradication bill Senate Bill No. Williams Earl Lee Guy TUlly H Story Barney goods wholesome and .
statement and minutes ; Hatch. Clarence. Woodall-Jobn :Hunter Henry. E Tlndall Jewel 8 prop. ,b.'
t& of the School Board without pay.: 891, creating a'state live stock sanitary iansell. Fred. Mil, RobertT1Ward V Harvey.. Irving Tlndall. Leonard rly priced. Honest weights and PHYSICIAN and SURGEON ..

At 'the law prescribes that the financial : board and to prescribe its membership tonlarveyi' Jo Whit. John.on. Barney A O. quick deliveries Office over Osceola Pharmacy )
Fred. "Wllle, John Jackaon James C Yates V -come: in. I
GerrltVIIlama. Bryant T
statement shall be published, powers and duties fix the Brown \ Stephen Young Randolph Phone V Residence. II ;

,, where there is a paper, at a cost not compensation for services of its members Henry Grover H FranklinH.n.eh. Office 144. |

-to exceed two dollars per month he and to vent in said board author. Edward" Woodall. Thomas Precinct No. 7

:..ked .the Board to allow him pay at ity to provide for the prevention, suppression Haney.Jackaon.James. HeWilder.' James. John I V C Carter. Albert Pearce, Claude City Market To Cure) a Cold la One Day r 5
TakeLAXATIVH :
I this rate for publishing same. The and control of dangerous and alca Whldden Bemory Fulton V Smith Doaler Conch sea Hesdache BBOMO sad Qulalne.works oB 1*the stops Cold.the I'Dra..I.
_
'Boa id allwoed ,him this. amount for cpmmunicatable, contagious infectious H'' "'\ Ev.r..ttwtnn Jj Chandler Taylor.Oqover V Smith Alford Lawrence reload mosey It It falls to co...

; .each publication, beginning the first of and other diseases of cattle,'hogs Hartley Ethel John Edllam, John Wll- Chandler John Le- Moan Bethel I a. W, OROVK S Signature CB each. boa K*. ,

January:, 1917 .. .. and other domestic animals, etc. Ifar' "Walles, Arthur born Thomas,' William --

The Board ordered the compulsory The taachers' examination act, pre Hollenbeckt Hu- wheeler. Jacob :handler Hardln, Marvin Walker James Carl Fr.J. .toooo .ooooo;;;; ;; ; .

'school attendance Jaw to bo published scribing the requirements for the various Hllla.bert Willie Emory Wesley Benjamin.JeromeAllllama Durrance. Rayford Walker John oooo o ooo..o.. o .o

according to law and grades of teachers licenses also Manuse V Hardy, Jr I.
appointed G.. B. toward. Daniel .'Erpeat. uore. Olln <. ; TA.MPA'SBEST
Woodall to take the school attendance; was approved. BolceHowayd. > AVItherapoon Joe Hasselllef. Wllber Vslker.VWi1llad Hardy

In School, Board District, No. 1 Eugene AlphonsoHigh r V ,
and .
:, ;James Sage to take the census in,Special A portion of the north wall to the Hart.. Ern."tVhittAk.r.Fate '"Wilson. Clyde. Will. Precinct No. 8. V

V; Tax School District No. 1. The Makinson hardware store, which'wasrecently lubbard: Walter!: Washington, Henry Avant Eugene B 'Le* ]Bay View HO.teJV,4V i

Board appropriated $50.00 to pay:Mr. 'damaged by lire fell oat not HAll Iansell. Will Beanie Wllllama. Prince .Uu rarer. Louis,Jr. Robinson Arthur

_. Woodall, and $40 to pey Mr. Sage for; long ago and is now being J'ebuilt.The; larvey JosephEmery1 Henry Whenever Toil Ne.d a Oeoeral Toade .
theIr services.. beat from-. the,fire caused a bulge out- poon.' Samuel \
Hotel
Talc The
The Bonrd, fihding that V the.condition wsrd about half way up and it was "vey, Thomas' Alfred Gallo-' .Orov For Our'Houie People Vt'
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Jackson oway V The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless .
of the. county school finances I at this point that it fell. .. ohna. B.nrVoodard., Louis ddll Tonic is valuable I' '-Fireproof
equally as a Coiutniction-EfficientSerTice-Modern
wvold justify; ft, decided to raise the Cooper Weaver Paul EquV
Out General Tonic because it contains the V
: Drives Malaria,Builds Up System James, John H Kelso>> V
,.salaries of teachers where 'they. TteOid Standard" reneral Hreactbealna; toale, am_ David" 'Westerv4lWI1dlohnson.Locy well known tonic propertle.ofQLIJNINR meat Moderate Rate

I thought advisable to do so. OKOVR-8 TASTKUtM cklU TONIC.trrea oat ', IiamJ : and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drives
I Arthur ,
ones William
;,teachers; for.the ensuingyear and fix: ...... -true louk. Pot i4ah.aM childiss.,SOo. Morris thur Jpneai Ar-, Builds up the WUole System. 90 cents. .
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question but that a larger tree would ., "
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Serve
Your grow on fast ; the larger tree THIS, BOY WANTS TICKS ERADICATED "
suffers much more from the shock of .
Country: moving and'the ordinary setting than II' rTlae Favorite Store of Kuflmmee f.
doe the smaller tree. It is'impossiblefor _
the grower under ordinary conditions -

to secure the high grad of ; _l ,
.... workmanship and absolute lack o' de- '
lay that la necessary to perfect success IIEWII1I '
in transplanting larger trees; so E21 FURNITURE? .
whils others nay be correct theoretically ,
we feel'that we are correct prac- IE-' ; ; .
tically. We are not in any way takIng -
the position that careless setting
will do for any sice tree, but are
recognizing\ the difference between ordinary IT .
careful setting and really expert .WE HAVE !

setting and the impossibility of tr

RAISE MORE TO EAT the 'ordinary grower. securing latter ,

(SAVE WHAT YOU RAISE I .

,(9...tl.a ..By.....Mall.ttrm ....I..a..ly Orange Dogs' t ?% 1 yr a In coanectioB. with iar Hardware line we carry .a cmplete 1
leaves from '
'some
...' 2'f.' M.; O. ...-...., Of... Mfr.41lua my'young I am sending grapefruit you trees. What is 04 '9 9 has of 'Dnihl'''. We make a specialty of utfittwc ...... aa4
A To.... P.rttll..r C.rpa.y kindle reliable
eating them My neighbors 'or- 5
. say 'y .
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ange dogs. Please give remedy.
Save Small'Potato Answers It looks to us as thoughyou
I,. Bed. Room Furniture
,J. Practically' my readers know the had orange dogs In your grove, Dining
absolute necessity of small Irish but this should be very easily deter-
it potatoes
Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor
to be planted .whole for the mined as there are very large con-
small crop and the great need of allseed spicuous worms and you should haveno '
,
difficulty whatever in locating Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
being conserved; but each and ,
everyone can, do a greet work in them. is to Calvin Reneke' and the foundation for his coming dairy herd, two grade
spreading this information among the The best means for control Couches Etc.
hundreds of nevr I'ardeners, many of take a can In which there is a little Jersey heifers, Maggie at left and Flossie 'whIch he dipped to kill the ticks ,

10. whom small potatoes we havo with found the to idea be eating that they the paddle kerosene knock and the with worms a Jittle'wooden off into the that were retarding the r""growth, They get their living on. the open range

were being economical in thus saving can: They are not so large and eat and will have to be dipped regularly until the county Is tree ot ticks, but they I1W store U making a record fer itself i ha the Matter .fkelpiaf

them. Using, small potatoes as feed so much that the hand gathering in ': people! 'to aatfit..... eo..eI..*. Oar prices'areright.
will grow' better ..
for man or animals Is a serious eco- this way is by far the most effective. during the eradication process the ticks will not hare

nomic waste, and every effort must be They never appear in great numbers. time to mature and.fill up on bloo4 between dippings.
''put forth to prevent it. Cut potatoesrot There Is a here, possibility of the
in the ground at'fall planting and work having. been done by grasshop Because the cattle fever ticks,make 24 hours old swim through the 'solution iJ

I, norther potatoes of all cues are too pers. Jf.you seo a great many grasshoppers the cattle industry in Florida rather and come out safely, he was convinced .
i immature for shipping at that time around it would be well to hazardous very little* encouragement that. the method was alright. TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS: :

as serious loss from decay ever following spread broadcast poison made of 1 lb. has been given the organization: ot lie then made arrangements,'to get
such attempt. The seed for Paris. jrreen, 20 lbs. cottonseed meal, a calf clubs"for girls and boys.' his two calves dipped at the nearest
-WtklJ'" : : fr'op'Ierp "F6rtdit'tnegFb \I.U.49; kY mlc. -.N..atttL" J1.w.lIll.tLt r\p-.J9.'Jaa.Y.L.\ $
iit bXLto it citrus odor. Wet litrftl01: bit""rtvtwii'w'pritipe 1.t "bflrllJMw..trltnmmlJ; \ -'wa"tb.; ; tea4lt.=-- ? r

.'small potatoes the-wirning.fromvtho spring. : *crop.' enough to make'give 'the a mixture crumbly. ".either?will proudly.how their friends ownerdolns: .,1115.,wCrk.ylthout .charge: .Railroad or Stationary Eajin..-.. have exactly the Tls yiseed

;Spread. ---- I Instead of spreading broadcast it a tick Infested run I y' calf or cow alone to encourage --the young boy who 1s so la'your'everyday: work-Wreacats, Hammers Oiler. etc, .

Chicken Manure on Sweet PotatoesI I might be well to make a large .circle of their possessions any more anxious to' get a start In the dairy all of the best.quality and workmanship and at price that will

have several barrels of chicken around the trees. than, they /will show a sickly piney puslness. Calvin had his two'calves surprise yon. This store has the reputation of kandting eJy *
manure. How shall I use it on sweet I' "" woods rooter. there at the appointed time and walk
CLIP THIS'' AND PIN hardware tIt.tll superior quality sad yon will make .* ales'! '
potatoes The boys and girls.who have takena ed with each one up the Incline to the
I', Answer: To use chicken manure for I ON WIFE'S DRESSER real Interest In raising calveshavehad vat'' to be sure that everything went '$ take in temmr'.er.* NOW and inspecting our big stock. ,

sweet potatoes, we would broadcast it i ;iit; ; to do so in the face of dtntoeartenIng right. ''He talked to them as it they fo.,
I over the sweet potato land and> then / Cincinnati' man how to shrivel obstacles caused by presence of could 'understand, telling them that ,.
r plant the sweet potatoes, fertilizingthem I up corns or ca'luses so they
i ticks. the swim they were about to take
just:'as though we had not been I lift off with finger the '
J" using the chicken manure. There really -j ______ 'vOuch 'One of the moat Interested'witnesses would, kill the numerous ticks which Osceola HardVtareCompaoY t
': 1 is very little actual plant food in i iI at a public cattle dipping In Duval were\, boring holes In their bides to get .
t "f 1 T I This kind of
:I the chicken manure, and what you rough county In April was thirteen year old at the blood In their -,elns.I .
talk will be heard leas here in town if
I L have in it is very dependent the troubled with corn. follow Calvin Reneke who owns two grade 'Calf Clubs
people swill
f care that has been given it. The great Jersey halter calves. He paid three f
'' benefit chicken .gives is in Imiproving the simple advice of this Cincinnati Eradication ot the Uck In this
r' manure claimer few dollars for 'one of them and his uncle '
the soil, giving better bacterial authority, who that a. I. him the other. They received county will give the farm bo,..' and '
conditions moisture drops of a drug called freez9ne when gave The' 0aIIIIII0 net DIn Net Attest TIlt Na4ac.
holding girls an opportunity to raise livestock
good
r... better, etc. applied to a tender, aching corn or more than usual attention as 'their .... el IU ....Ie and l_..tl*.effect. IAXA.TIVB ,J. W.THOMPSONFuneral
r hardened callus stops soreness at once owner's ambition Is to become a dairyman which will be aa Inducement to BJLOMO OUININB batter thM red n.rf .
In saving chicken manure?, people keep them on the farms, where under Quinine and don tto4 _... n.r on._ IM>rrUrlnn
and the callus dries and these heifers are the begin /
should be very careful to keep it cov- soon corn or up, IB....... Rnwmbrr the hit name and
,'" ered with land plaster Land plaster and If its.right out without pain. ning'of his herd. But they became Infested the tmproyed'oondltl.ns they can 'noka, the .....,*.. o< B. Wv GaOVK. SM. Director
'should be scattered over the droppingsevery He says fre zone dries-immediately with ticks which worried them make' mop money than working .In I ,.'
and never inflames''or even irritatesthe the cities at the usual day wages.
'!f morning and these droppings and also worried Calvin as they did
surrounding skin. A small bottleof Calf clubs are Quite popular la 1.000 of Sweet potatoes) for
should be cleaned up two or three not grow as fast as they should after some acres ANDLICENSED
f reezon* will cost very little at any of the tick free states. On dub ia Kieaimmee.. "
times a week put in good, dry barrels the ticks began to suck their:,bloood.'
: and more land plaster put on. drug store, but will positively remove Illinois has 250 members each one '
er If you had an abundance chicken: every hard or'soft corn or callus from :Calves Can Be Safely Dipped owning a fine Holstein heater Those J. A. TROVILLION. M. D. EMBALMERStoreand ..

manure that had been cared for In this one's feet. Millions of American Calvin had read la the papers about boys calves.and. .girls are proud' of theu- Special Attention to ,
way it might be 'posible for you to women will welcome this 'announce- CANCER. GOITRE, TUMORS and, I and 8tew Aft
eradication of ticks but was skeptical A banker at St. ,Aurustia.* has otter Chapel, n, ,
supply large of ammonia ment since .inauguration of the> DISEASES Of THE SKIN. .
a part your
ed to finance a calf club In St. John'scounty
about the safety of dipping calves so
\r'.; .'. for the sweet potato fertilizer but high heels. If your druggist doesnt just as soon as the ticks: are Orlando Office-Boardman Building Kleaimmee.. 11*.
'. have freezone tell him to ,ondr traveled, several 'miles to watch a a
you would need addiUonal phosphoric a eradicated.' but not until then as Investments ItoUa.m.
'.r acid from acid phosphate andpoiasn small bottle for you. bunch of calves dipped.: When he In cattle under tick Infest Winter Park Office-2 'to "4 and e

LL either from L ..L aau..h.* or.. saw all of them., Including one oaly i atlon conditions are too hasarqoua,. to 8 p. m. sepl 6mo pd '
other sources. To prow sweet potatoes KISSIMMEE'S NEW BAPTIST. I W..B. Crawford Lee Jarrafl_
I i of good keeping qualities" you SMALL Irs. Charlie Franklin and daughter CRAWFORD ft: JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW
CHURCH NEARS COMPLETIONThe
FIRE CALLS OUT
# should have plenty of lime i In the soil. Mrs. Holmes Prather and children LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW
;: I -. THE VOLUNTER DEPARTMENT and Mr. Sam Prather, o: Kissimmee, ..., ,
Size of Trees to Set work on the new Baptist Fla., are spendnig a while. here with Offices 4. 5 ,6V and' 1 CUteeaa
I notice you always advise setting /Church, one of the handsomest and A small fire Saturday afternoon Mrs. R. L Prather and other relatives Bank JjuKissimme .
,1,' young trees while a. great many othersadvise and friends. They made the trip Waring Building.FREMT. aFiorki'
<< best equipped churches to be found in afternoon called out the vounteer detriment .
from auto.CUntonS.
two, three, and even four-year- Kissimmee by
and caused cessation of
old buds. What I is. reasons T It any town of this site In the state is a ( C.) Gazette.M. ,
your
\ rapidly nearinecompletion.. The usiness-till the location of the blaze . .
looks the older trees would CARSON
though
as determined. This found tobe DR. We'W.
brick construction was finished last was was . .;
bear just so much earlier. FOR .
Wednesday and the wiring installed. the Midland railroad trestle over a 00 000 < .j DENTISTOffice '. '
: We would vastly prefer
Anscwer Planers now at work and it is portion of Lake Tohopekaliga.* It was
; are Rooms unfurnished and furnished.
In aettlnetree.. to have two or possible TILLER
thought to have been caused by a coal over'Plliey Building
txpocted that the roof. will be on with Hduses unfurnished and furnished. .
t three-year-old stock with one- from the engine as the afternoon train Office Hears! 8-It. I.-.
buds. Our opinion is based on 'fn a week. I Also city properties! ; farms, citrus, Offle. 'Phone IU Residence 'PII_ IV I
year had just passed Real Estate
personal and on the If the work continues to progressas over. Agency. trucking .nd. I'r&zlneJa, da fer sale. Oas Administered for Extract *t '
r our experience rapidly as has been planned, the The fire laddies,could not reach the i Teeth
experiences of many growers that building will be completed by the fifteenth blaze with the hose, but formed a NN\\\\N\N\\N.N\\\\\\\N\V
: THE [LITE REALTY PARLOR
I' have come to our attention. If each : of July. bucket brigade and the flames wree Realty bought and sold.
tree could be. carefully moved and '
carefully set by an expert in the business The building committee, in'charge soon extinguished. The returning Houses rented. MRS.', SUMMERS. Manager. i Of F,.'KRIBB& W. J. 3TBBTO,
train was delayed about two hours
r without, any delay there is no at of the this rapidity work, may with feel which justly it has gratified Taxes paid and Titles verified ;; 207 Bass St.. cor. Brack N. Kissimme KRIBBS & STEED

and the satisfactory manner progressed Miss Bessie White, who is a valued for nonresidents.Fire : Two blocks north of Christian church.Pat .ATTORNEYS. AT'LAW.

WHAT IS In which every detail hast been rltrk at the Dollar Limit Store, will Life and Accident In: : Legal business of all kinds I ..give r
handled. return the last of the week from
Georgia, where she her surance. prompt attention.,,
f. spent two *
LAX-FOS Sunday was'the anniversary of Jefferson weeks' vacation. She visited friends Indemnity Bonds : 7 Johnston O. P. Qarreti Offices 11 and 11 State Bank Bid*.
Kissimmee, Florida.
I Davis birthday and is a legal in Moultrie;Thomasville and' e88up. .... ......................: JOHNSTON, & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW; .,

, I holiday in the south.. As it falls on _u ____ : ;,
UX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CAtCAM Sunday, banks observed it on Monday ..t. o.o..ooo..o..o. .......o.JOO..o.oo.u.u ........., Offices "10,. 11 and 12 Citizens Bank I.Year drarrfat Pile Cured win la refund 6 to Money 14 Days If>AZO R 1

": A, DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE by closing their doors. : Building; OINTMENT l.n. to Sara any_.M llabiaa'.
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I CATHARTIC MS LIVER TONIC FAVORITE; Xlaslmmee ria. The..ni.edlagoyPrttadln Sa e.arye...

LAx-Foa is not a Secret Patent MedJcinetbnt Visiting cards pnnted by the' Valley FERTILIZERSARE .. -
is composed of the following Gazette Job Department. 'l
old-fashioned roots and herbs . : c. A. CARSON. President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary if.
THE BEST FOR ALL CROPS -,_'- .o,


CASCARA BLUE RHUBARB FLAG ROQT'BARK ROOT StomaGertz SPECIAL FORMULAS FOR i The_ Waters & Carson


BLAOK ROOT CITRUS CROPS> POTATOES, BEANS PEAS

SENNA MAY'APPLE LEAVES ROOT CORN .TOMATOES Gro '
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AND PEPSIN Wrilc.foLout.new--prlcelili '
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la lAX-Fo)the CASCAKA is Improved: by Insecticides Material Eta -:- -- -
the addition of these digestive IngredU tGRO.c3'IEs

ants making,and thus it better the combination than ordinary acts CASCAB4 not- BEST MAINE/ SEED" POTATOES i Wholesale and Retail Dealers in f

only as a stimulating laxative and cathartic are arriving daily-get our'prieel and get the best '
but also as a digestive and liver tonic L We sell the HAINES FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR for distributing r
Syrup laxatives are weak but LAz-Pos One Dose of.Msyr's Wonderful Remedy
;' combines strength with palatable"! aromatic in rows' or broadcasting. Excellent for all Fertilizer. Lime. Ashes \
Drives Them Out Ends Torture.
taste and does Dot disturb .
gripe or and soft Phsophate. ,N
} the stomach. On' bottle will prove Stomach poisons breed millions of "I
'I i invaluable for ; USE SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDEon ,
Lxx-Fos Constipation germs that eat into your vitals, causing
Indigestion or Torpid Liver. Price 30c Gas Pressure, Indigestion, Constipation your citrus trees for sure remits. Manufactured by J.' Schnarr : 00000 04
0000. . 0 0 00000. . .. . .
Torpid Liver, Autointoxication < & Co.. Orlando, our subsidiary. . '. .
a4000004 0 '.........,.... ,.Yellow Jaundice, Gall Stones, : 0. WE SELL + + WE BUTi e\

Appendicitis, Cancer and Ulcers of the I THE INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY e> I .. 'i
Stomach and Intestines, etc., etc. o HAT O + .

C.W. GRIFFIN Thousands sufferers have been restored JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA + + HIDES '.
bjr Mayrs Wonderful Remedy s GRAIN .

among them Justice of the Supreme ..........O 600..0.. ...... ....o. .... ... oooo..oe.. 0 0 FURS ..
L Staple and Fancy.: Court Congressmen, DoctorsLaw 0 FERTILIZERS e ..
: yers, 'Bankers, Ministers,. Nurses ,_ WOOIo' .
Farmers, Mechanics persons of SHINGLESi + F' ''
RoCERIESFree ever,', class-probably your own .. +.' AND' .
neighbors. Stomach .troubles are due R. S. FLOYDDealer ...ORANGE BOXES. i + ... ./
mostly to' catarrhal poison. Mayr's 0 . .' +"' ALL .

to all Parta Wonderful Remedy removes that poison e ORANGE WRAPS + + .
: : Delivery '
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thoroughly cleanses the system; 0 COUNTRY .
of the City drives out the disease breeding germs, +'' VEGETABLE CRATES '+ : Jt. ..
allays inflammation and ends suffering. PRODUCE .
T : Unlike any other remedy. No Groceries Ha.y Grain and Feed! 0 CRATE .' ,
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'. alcohol-nothing to injure ,.DU.- One ., < .' . .
x I dose convinces: FREE book on,Stomach .'. ." ... .- . .,. . ,. ( .,
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+ C, F.: (THRASHED Ailments. Write Go H. Mayr. r (Corner Broadway DaldnAve.; We tell >field t usa garden seed of all kinds.,

,SHELi'UYTAL. WORKERS Mfg. Chemist Chicago or" obtain a Wi give spatial'attention to Stoat out!hdatiBg aad rampinf'
partiaa.
to M.ed leh'' W .' bottle of Mayas Wonderful,.:Remedy Ua on Your:, Next Order'For'Feed' . ',,'. ..u . .
,_ .. .ai ere4rfQNi . from J. Z* obr on< liP 0( Oi T. .S"" ..., :': "I. who will, return your money 11 ;. =, '.* ** ,- ? -' .; .*'' ,. 'W are'dJMiarjr. ateati far.flood farkiIzan.) :Auk M (W clrcaiai.aad.|"' .."W "

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FOUR THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY, GAZETTE FRID Y. JUNE 15. ,1917 "

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I BUYS $$500.000 LIBERTY BONDS BUSINESS MEN FAVOR BONDINGFOR DR. JOHN E. ENNIS DEADDr.

THE VALLEY GAZETTE COMFORTS 'FOR BOYS At the ChurchesMETHODISTCHURCH -

MISSING LINK IN HIGHWAY of the oldest'''
The) traveling representative of John E. Ennis. one
P. JI..... Every Friday.Orae whoa and best known residents of St.. '1
large manufacturing
concern < -
G.tt. B.ll.J. ., ON BATTLESHIP "
( Valley ar FLA Petersburg died yesterday afternoon :
KI"' ___'Fl.rlaa food products made up in cartons arc I (Continued from Page One) . 1 o'clockat, Laurel Park near Hen. "

used in every home and whose selling favor of the bonds. I believe in gooi dernonville N" C. where he had a- ,Ji".t
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W, .. HARRIS ..* K. U. VANS AUNKWOvnaera roads I amt member of the good Sunday,.June 17, 1917. Ii'e .
t price to the consumer and to the retail It h fast becoming a custom for 9:45 a. m. Sunday school, A. W. summer home. was eightyyears;

y..... ... ".. 1 1 I dealer has been boO.ted'aome 26; each state to supply comforts for the I man.roads". association I am a good roads Gustus, acting- superintendent A mod- old. He fell in a bathtub some month :j l ',J
ship which bears its name, and Mrs,, since and sustained an injury that
cent recently called at Sunday school 'in all departments. j
or more ern
per S. L. Lupfer stated: "You cant'pume .
F. P. Hamilton (formerly Elizabeth L. him a great deal of trouble, and! '
children's choir. gave 6
the Gazette"office and requested publication -' : down too strongly in favor of the Splendid \
Fleming), and daughter of the late worship, con- finally, brought about a fatal illness; .
of the following NEWS item.,'j i Francis P. Fleming, who christened; roads movement and need We them certainly"need good ducted 11 a.by m.th.-*Morning pastor. Subject of sermon He lived at Narcoossee, near Kissim- .,

As we desire to be as patriotic as this I the Florida, has been directed to direct now : "The High Cost of Living or mHo for several I years before coming*
J. W. Miller said: "I have no doubt .
the work in this state. The funeral :
immense company, bat don't happento the' bond election will Saturday With Christ at Meal Time." to St. Petersburg. waaheld '
carry .
The government supplies clothing at lIen enonvin. today, accord .
have a. half million lying around and it' all 2 m.-Junier Epworth League
right We'll get the road p.
and outfits to the men, who are ing telegram received by a friend'hC're
loose office will "do bit" very and need it meets in the bungalow. Miss Hopson, to a /
in our we our satisfactory for ordinary use in peacetimes we too. We will enjoy the from Mrs. Ennis.-St. Peters .

by publishing his notice; We have hich are deficient for active road and our grandchildren will haveto superintendent.6:30 m.-Senior League meets in burg Cor. in Tampa Tribune. ",
for it"
service p.
taken the however .of leavingout in war, when wind and pay .. '
'I; ', liberty, Hon. H. Clay Stanford remarked the bungalow. Mrs.; C, H. Summers, s
the name of his concern because he weather conditions must be ignored, "I have been advocating good roads leader. Mi.s Inez Carson returned Wednes-
iasrA 55Pyyo and when. the tours of .
Y insisted that it be printed as news and duty are practically ever since I can remember. The Saturday 7:80: p. m.-Evening' worship conducted day from New York City, where she)

,. ..1 TE p Et matter instead of paid advertising: worst. contentious,V. exposure the election is only carrying out the by the pastor. Sermon" : "The .has' been, visiting for several weeks." .
pledge of the people and the County Awakenings of the Soul.
THE NATION'S NEED To supply this need it has become a and two
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Commissiones'to the Highway Association. Mrs. A. Ordway daugh"j|

!t 1I.! ...rtptl.. Rates The response that is being made by pride matter to of supply patriotic set duty of as"comforts well as of" I expect to see the bonds 1 Wednesday, June,20. ters, who have been the guests of her* e'i'

n if' One Copy, On. Year.--------- _., .00On the people to the Liberty Loan is bothinspiring consisting of sleeveless a jerseys and, carry by a large majority. 3:30 p. m.-Missionary rally. Wom sister, Mrs. G. D. Boone, have returned -

t (Copy, SI* Month____ ._______ 1.JO find encouraging, Individ- IvrUtlets of and Earl Lupfer went on recoil! as say- an's Missionary Society A splendid to( Tampa. v*.
': On. Copy Three. Months.. _. __. .__ uals and corporations alike are subscribing of blue. gray yard, ,a muffler big, "Unless the' bonds do carry and program has been arranged. with "1

j All communlcatlona.except from our generously. Among the first For the,Florida; 500, sets are necessary we put in the connecting link between strong speakers.Every congregation NOTICE.' .
ue which here and Loughman we might as well lady of the : ,
a-uthorlied correspondent must of the latter being the---, ,,of which number the Cocoanut
." lamed by. the writer took half million dollars of the Grove of has quit trying to have a town here as we whether a member of the Missionary -
Chapter
a Jacksonville
I I: Rejected matter will not be returned nds. To conserve what our' ancea- responsibility for one-half assumed would pe cut off .from the auto trade Society or not. is cordially invited to.1 The following is a list of the nuali- j
Unleaa called for.Bntered x> entirely." attend. fied freeholders in all voting precincts
for and to make the world leaving 250 to be secured elsewhere in
tore fought .'!
,r, Ki..lm.sn the Dr. Rivers said: "Moat assuredly 7:30 p. m.-Prayer meeting 'conducted ;jn Commissioners Districts. Nos. ,L'
state.
( In the Potofflca at safe for democracy, the Liberty Loan
Florida, aecond-claaa matter) The Navy' League furnishes wouldn't be against the issue. I Would by the pastor. For several and 2: .
must be made' a great patriotic success yarn, not be, in favor of bonding for any. weeks we haM been studying the Precinct No. 1

:I for the future peace and security gray and blue, for knitting .these sets thing that was not absolutely necessary Scriptures with reference to the nee. Allrtinn, AVI11I Kats. E/Uar; r

JUNE 15. 1917 of the' world are in the balance. Hereis each at wholesale set cost, which is $2.25 for to the advancement of the community ond'coming of Christ This topic will Ai-Mon.. 0 W Lee.Lankford J M w T. i"

a real opportunity .to help the nation It goes.without saying that Kissim- but this strip of road seemsto be continued at this hour. 'IIu1l..n.A'ilnnvrr"ius R n I.awaon, V H
GOOD SUGGESTIONS FOR ?. Now is the time for all good come in that class. It is unfortunate 8:30: p. m.-Teacher training class. Arnold W H ,Lupfer, B t.Auntln. 4
'' CITIZENS OF OSCEOLA to come to its aid. mee desires to share in this work and that the bonds were not sold last You will find a hearty welcome at D 8 enley.. E L '.
men
Miss. nne' Bryan Carson has been Adamson Fred La n'ion.. O B l
ti placed in charge. year when money was more plentiful, the homelike church.MISSIONARY. Alexander M D Llhhv, R nAbbott.

t :When Caesar took an eastward rider "FIRST AID TO THE FARMER" This is especlallyl.ftttlng' when it''Ii 1 but the 'eqrlier we put them on the -:--- ..A A Leek Lupfer.M Jill'Diiaa '',

Mid grabbed the Gauls for Rome, remembered that Miss Carson's un- market now the better off we will .h PROGRAM n..ft" 1 1.1',. ''' I.I..tsrs4eytr-R-e-o .11"i , ,' ,- s"
, : W. must ._ ,..' >:t' ,
., i. What -was 'the first thing that he did A movement called Help the Farm1FB"'F'aPhT'haf"t3i ,- &.r..Ww..nry! '; ha.I T---ad.ent" N .F' ior.ni.. ,,ItC'r'
can be gained by the delay. R T 8 .
f@d'ijflSl'"itl'West mental Hullrr, Latta.
't "'m "1t i T lM 'me"---1 35"Ifiltl naming the ship. Just previous A. M. Story expressed his i,views Wednesday at : the bungalow Aryan N C lrklna. Joan .
Florida where the :people are to his death Senator Meeting .1
Bryan
will C
a missionary be held na.V C t.tvlnKlltonL.O
f.a' Did be Increase the people's load and awake to the fact that It takes ready wrote a let.ter.to the secretary of state emphatically sayingf "I believe which should be of interest to every I' Mann, ,Roll Lapoht K X
'
liberty forbid T to' plant the large acreage asking that the ship, then in that good roads are a financial benefitto' Barber W .1 t
1 money processof and woman and girl in the Methodist ilarne! H J. Morrison. M A.
community town it's
t, No; be dug in and build good roadsthat's which the present food situation demands construction, be christened Florida. bound any to build the//town and there'sM ; Church. A large attendance is especially Stratton, H N .. Miller W
k. Caesar did. and that the farmer may need Shortly after his death, the request up urged. Bell A D Maklnaon. W Bnuclei
what old One of Pensacola's two ways about it. While his son, *, C Miller, n C.
financial backing. was granted. .
g :Did Caesar put the iron heel upon the to solve the Lyles added: "Let 'em go to it"Federal The program for the meeting follows Bandy C I. Myers. H A
. banker has taken step In addition to the civic pride in our : Itullnrk, 8 M Murohv T M -

+ foeman'i breast, problem by specializing in short term battleship, Kissimmee must feel a and State Aid 1. Devotional service. Bro. Sum n..rclay..Jo. A Mach Ernest .

li' Or did he try to make them feel that notes on crops and a shipping exchange deeper interest in the cause and the Hon. N. C. Bryan made a very convincing men 'Handy a. ,Howell Then. ) Mach Morrow.EmIl FT W .
a"
t' Roman rule was best hae been organized that will patriotic women of the community argument in favor of the elec- 2. Consecration;; duet Mrs. Paulk Butler K P Mver. P J
pay cash for certain produce in any will no doubt be glad!' of this opportunity ion when he said: "It is very import.ant and Mrs. Gilbert. Howen, R A Matt hewn. C N
What did he do to make. them glad quantity. In addition the Pensacola to take an active part in supply. that the bond issue carry and that 3. Report of delegate to state con- Bryan F C !Miller\ B 8rtowtn .

j : he'd come into their midst amid TB I Journal says: : "A corporation of rep. Ins these comforts. this connecting link in the Dixie Highway ference-Mra. -....ttn,-,-_ Ham.. Ira, W I MoHPley Mnllov. H T DItnee. R ,t

1 He built: good road in place of bad- rssentative men, to finance crops and All who can participate in the work, be built. The 1917 Legislature :4. New Orphanage, Mrs. Summers:. : OrdlR M..or..';G W

that' what old Caesar did. | solicit orders on a big scale, has beenproposed either by knitting or by contributing passed a bill providig State aid for 5. Origin and Development of theVoman'a Bellman Fred It IIf A John t
but whether anything will to the ,cost of wool both Plate roads and under Raaa IIfePhatter ,
hill hill- the or are this bill I think Missionary Society, Bro. IIr.\pr.\ Ii M 1feCutchron P
from to
He built good roads come of it cannot now be said. urged to communicate with Miss Carson the main highway can be built not to I Summers. Baas, J F Br McLaughlin. W

good. roads from vale to' vale: But there are other parts of Florida at once, for: full instructions exceed half the cost to the county,thai ucst 0 \'f Frrdttroughton

'. 11. ran good roads improvement, till I in which the farmer is getting only it would have cost under other condi FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH .Boyd, J R H 'McNeal 1II..flonouorh., J E .. A. J

i old Rome got all the kale; pleasant words. lie is told that he is SECOND TROOP OF BOY tions. Now is the time to vote the, Barker R O. IIfcLooan.V u
fighting the real battle and allowed bonds to obtain state and government t Raaa, 0 FtsiIRge.'Wm
s4 lie told the folks to buy at home, buildroad. to furnish the ammunition. He hears SCOUTS ORGANIZED HEREA aid for their maintenance of the state O. B. Falls; pastor. A Newton, H T

their hill amid, the white and the blue 9:45 a. m., Sunday school. N. C"' nol about the red highway through the county.. "The Hu"by, J W Nelsen W A
Until all roads l led up to Rome-that's r but he must furnish the long green. movement is on foot to organizea bill:passed by the legislature give the BrY.n. superintendent Qualified I Bsilry.. R D Nrlaon .A 8 .
second: troop of Boy. Scouts of Am- tethers for all classes narhpr.V I Nelson 'V .1
He is told of patriotism and is. readyto state 300 convict and
what old Caesar did. cries. under the leadership of Rev.. C. an appropriation 11 a. m.. preaching by the pastor,, Barclay John A Nol.on, C Jitryan.
weep at the magnitude of Itask.!," of $150,000 out of which thev are ii C Nelson Clyde
If any town would make the town the I To all who.have means, we say help H. Summerswho is scout master in to bear half the cost of the state high Subiect: "The Saving, Influence of Beer P Newhouse. G II

center of the map the farmer. Those who are unable to the American branch of this International way through the counties. This appropriation Christ" Baas n..rue., J R R .i\ NI.won'l"C'ri.1 8

Where folk will come and settle down'. assist financially in the production of organitation.Preliminary gives 'us the' state share of 7:80p.m.: preaching." SubjectMan's :,
'. crop can encourage its production." meeting have been the government for Need of a Refuge., Carson, C ..iOventr..t.I L
appropriation
and live In plenty's lap, Then the call for help wa extended held for two weeks past and eight good road. It simply means with Prayer meeting, Thursday evening,, Carson N n Oliver, J W
If town its abodes of poverty boys have for enlistment a 7:80.: Cosner. Martin Ordaa..i\ .
any own applied Anexamination will
to include each individual, asking that bond issue of $100,000 we havemore Chapman A C Outlaw J IfCrofton ,
would rid,* contribution be made of seed, or for Tenderfoot rank will money for lateral road after Choir practice, Friday evening. .1 M ...

Let it get out and build good roads- plant or toward the cost of fertilizerto be held at the Methodist bungalow earapleting the highway A comfortable building and a cor 'oilier. JIJ F Partin, A C i
Saturday afternoon dial welcome awaits Carson W W Partin R a
: at 3 o'clock when
you
JUST LIKE.OLD CAESAR DID. produce the crops. the boys will bef questioned as to the )J. ,Z. ,Roberson said: f Good troldsllrst Caawford W" Partin H.Y, _....
a.> This First Aid for Farmer in their last and always if there is Campfleld 8 B J'arUn, H
j origin, history, composition! of and any. Gardner left this M DCnrrell R
George week
effort to solve one of the gravest to'
thing we do need it i ia this road. tyrtln J
F B ,
courtesies due the American and visit C t
Tb Callahan Leader aays that Cal- problem which can confront: a nation, will be flag, When asked his opinion, Judge friends in Michigan Clark J D. Partin L B
required to tie twelve kinds
Uhan i* out of debt doe* not owe a I seem very timely. and might well be knot with rope.' of Murphy replied: "I am not ill favorof Crawford Clark T N.1 L Porter Pf.nn,IJ M M H

;jMixny.: And yet Callahan i I. not a followed here. of Oseeola'are, One of the qualifications 'in this voting bond ,as a general thing. Classified AdvertisementsFOR Cadet John S Prather G II
The citizen willing
The old saying: '"Pay as and Cotterman, A Porter, Nathan
1' town to which everybody I. flocking.It troop will be a certificate establishing you go
even anxious, to help serve their then' you won't owe ". i i. Cooper, J M Peulk W L
usually good
i..BOt-a. progressive, nor are there country a* patriots of the hoe and their membership in some Sunday advice, but this road should be built Colton H .i\ Plq..t.. 0 rlCraflon
school and their regular attendance SALE-im Ford Touring Car In jJ M Parker, W F
M,many .building* in roces* of rec- hundreds of small garden now four- theN. and built by the people of the county. perfect condition. Address D. Proc IPeraons. Gao W; t,
ton in Miami Tampa Lakeland, Ish on the lawns and vacant lots of There seem no better way than by i for. Taft Fla. 15.tt nann C W '
a* Kissimmee; but this is not 'enough. The first troop of Boy Scouts was these *' Davidson, A L Rob.r.on, J Z
:pod some other towns that we might Food must be produced in much great. organized about a month ago 'and be* suing bonds. FOR BALK-Two-year-old half Sh t- Donegan. A 11: Rivcra T Jf ? 9, '
'" longing to it are the members of Sam John M. Lee grew quite emphatic on land colt. W. K Sargent Limit and Dann J J 'Herd ..iB : ,
debt bad if
mention. A i* not so a er quantities and this vicinity ha the Patrick atreeta :Z5-ti Dale. H R Reddltt .J H
of Lupfer and Edward Newton' subject. He said: "Every individual Daggers: H H Reed,1J H'Dlcker.on
has to show for it taken for its slogan 1,000 acree
something
town school classes of the Baptist chum in the county should vote for FOR SALE-!: <-SOO S-yrar-old Beedllnr B Robin.on. Charles'
Water and electric light plant, fire sweet potatoes. and a few others.: There are about the bonds.: 'We owe it to ourselves te Grapefruit Trees Price 160 each. C Denning. L J Redwood T F ,
farming is business that Denning. r..la
However 1
t station\ and equipment, churches must be conducted, ,along a approvedlines twenty of these boys and there are be do '0. To fall down on the election H. Funk Klaalmmee. Fla. ttiDWELLINGS Darling. 0 0 Rilrc Rleharel.Z TJ 1. It

ing drilled by their teacher from the would be to establish a new route Davie, James III 1..
schools, libraries,' city hall armory, and everyone cannot be a successful i for rent. Apply to M. He" N'Fvan
regular manual for the order. through to Lakeland. I was talking to Tiller. 'Stanford ,
hospital, and other public ,building. farmer any more than every- some parties at I R :M Rharp. 0 (J) M '
Leesburg last week 1
up '
be successful merchant It AUTOMOBILH I'by, H Smith J i i1Rlmp.on
one can a ROAD MAPS ONLY
fee
Public debt is a necessity, Callahan la. not practical that each individual TAKING IN THE SIGHTS and they are just itching for us to fall Pocket .1.. Florida Auto Road : } W )
we dare Bay, 1 I. without many of the down on the election, then they would Map complete and newest edition. Floyd, n 8 Aulllvan W Jt ..18
should raise of this -
'a portion ,
potato connect with Offer' for short time only. Ori aale at Fleming f4pragu. flt.v..r, 1L ,
f thing that we have mentioned-Ocala crop or of any other crop, still they R. A. Snyder A. A. Wits, J. ''M. land." the hard road at Lake Valley Gazette office. IOU Funk. c::; H RingletaryQT 1),

should h! ar a part of the burden of Gardner and Lewis Lang made Fennell.. It II ,
,$aaner.. up a Reputation at Stake GENKRAL FARMING la profitable In Farmer. L R Bwabey. H II
,' this food campaign by furnishing party who attended tho Confederate Florida. To know Florida1 penal Frace Warren Story ..iJlf J
plant or fertilizer for the crop. reunion at Washington last weak. Prosecuting Attorney W. B. Crawford bllltlea for live stock and poultry Farmer, J :J J H ."t

Tornadoes through the Middle West Could the plan be systematized, a. They spent one day in Atlanta on the remarked: "The reputation of ratal growing n adalrylnir.read the. fruit Florida and Farmer truck Farmer, Canon lAmith Rharpp:: :, ft B

, last week extending as far south a* much greater acreage would be planted way ,up, arriving in Washington on Osceola, county absolutely depends on and Homeaeeker. SI* month trial Gilbert, J R Smith W A .

r Alabama took a toll of 161 liVes, with here and increasing prosperity Wednesday The party was fortunate I this connecting link. In twelve subscription' 16 cents. Sample copy Gllb.rt. .78 fI..h"t..I.ln. M 'j
1 I in able months' time the road from. Jacksonville free Address Florida Farmer and Graves. J R Buhl H P ['
being
suit to
see and hear ,
the
1 list of 1,036 injured and a heavy to Homeatatker, Box 260 Grlfll C WOrlfflr 8tout, M j_,
president making hi* address to the St. Petersburg will. be complete Fla. .1ack.onnl.1rlOLD ? .1 C B M 'r
:
property 10... It' wonderful .how Veterans. It was noted that he wo with the exception of this strip. Gilbert A D Rmltn, R 1 I

r much the Florida people miss FLORIDA COMING TO HER. OWN heavily guarded by Secret Servicemen We would be advertised all over the DLE-flood PAPERS FOR for ...LID-I.. A BUN Gulc.. H D I 8impson 0 B :
wrapping Green, L
"I -- and trocps. 'They called oh Hon. state if we fail to put in the link. It eta Apply; at Valley Gasette.purposes loll Guernsey., JR. Rteed IImtth, W C M J

1 ; Peach shoiftt ke will growlshorter Whew the people of this great-coun Joe Sears who procured them passe would be a disgrace to the county. It FOR BALE -One house tent In Ooodrlch William Story. Lyle. ,
would cost us thousand of dollars rood Orlf"n, .1 Z ,
try awake to the realization that :we to the capitol and the house chamber, condition, SOI rtaaa street at Mra. Glover, Robert
this season. Thousands' of. Georgia's are actually at war. that we have an where they witnessed a' debate on the ,worth of unfavorable advertising Cahoon'a iplace. Make. me an Graham, W S Tison Thompson. 0 \vJ: VI'HIIJlard. 4

.yeach; 'tree were stripped of their army of American soldier in the foreign rivers and harbor bill. A visit was which .would cost the county dear for offer.14lt J K Tindall .1 T T e ,

tfrurt Sunday by. the violent wind and' field 'Which we must feed, that we made to Mount 'Vernon and the graveof years. It is the enly thing wo" cnn FOR BALE-T..o! aerea of land In KI. Hick.Hirlsel. M Dan.1- Todd n 8 t

1 hail storm which passed through Mid-' must produce much of the food consumed Washington. Another-''visit was do. ,It is expected u* and ware almmee. For further. particulars ..ddr. Harrla, W H Tiller Jf
by the warring nations if they made to the Zoological Gardens state to do it. Auto parties over the .... Mr. R. E. Orndorff, 110 North Harwell, Sam r e.aj' W oma'J

M'' ,dle Georgia. succeed in their cause, and furthermore where M..ssr*. Snyder Wltz and are now lamenting this eonneetIne Calvert Baltimore, Md. 14-lt Hama N B Tlaon, .1 E .'J jl'

elf I that we must greatly increaseour Gardner attempted to make a deal by link and a detour in Polk county ,- W w Ha"ne.J Howard Also Jolt Thompson Charles ;

B.y your can early., Not only will food production If we ourselvesare selling Lewis Lang to the authorities (which will soon be complete) a* the We W EI Taylor Truxall 0 A M A ,,
atisfied then and only then will in charge. The deal wa Belayed only breaks in the hard surface roads certainly need the roads and b'ondng ) Hankin. W G TI.on A. C
tin become higher in price and on .
cane f
Florida consider farming account of inability by the clear across the state.Sheiiti' in my opinion, is the best method H"mmo. G L Thr".h.r C po
.nor care* a*, the season advance, seriously parties to and perhaps the only method of gettinA'them. H'aw Howell., C u Tucker, f Wade 0.\\i'
and the production of food crops. She agree on the price; the authorities offering Ingram, who i t. also a prop. .'! I. Clorj _Tem ple.: W1llam] .- - --
but glare can*...and .container*_willbe waysbeenconsidered 'as'-"the a* ,\
A L
;I' .affected: in "a similar manner, i I. the rich man's playground," and ha been side sticking out for $20. However move out of Kissimmee if we can't ,I few These voter are who the sentiment of only a Harper,.H.nry Vail Vans W Agnew T III a )

j opinion of the state distinctly a state of luxuries such 'a* ,. Just when they. wero about to build this bit of road., I am strongly were casually addressed W.n..11. J M '
a.genu. the
fruit and split in favor of it.", on subject Though they, no (
early vegetable But now the difference at $18.75 Lewis tWill.on .1 1\t\ .11''
with the food shortage Lang was warned doubt, have voiced the view of all Ingram LH, Wetherher Ira. Sr
t facing the nation by a disinterested G. W. Persons is 'a bond boo.ter.and
c Oil\ baa been found Leon the far-seeing voters in the district :Woodall Gl .1 .J
in county, Florida can and will come foi I bystander and escaped after a close when giving his opinion of the coming'.lectlon. John. R J Whidden L M '
unless this sentiment i I.
I backed '
sixteen mile* south'of Tallahassee.Why ward and take her rightful place chase by all parties. said: "1 am in favor of the election by effort D Winn A W "
the fail to Joiner W A
I
not oil in Osceola county The among the agricultural states of the Everybody' returned home early election for good roads every time through lack of interest may carry .IohnatGh M Ward'Voodall 0,W T J .

,oil well 'at Kissimmee Park has reach. union. Fields of corn, potatoes, pea Thursday morning in the best of belong to the Highway Association Let every freeholder in the district Jone.on A}IW Wilder, .1 W .a"
and more staple crops will )enlace tire ,health and spirits and White, P G .
feel
this i* the only thing to do. be> a booster for bondj. Johnston I E '
r eel a depthof over 2,000 feet and* pocket handkerchief plots which nowgrace I. -r1 1;- 1\\ these Harry WPBterfelt W J.Johnston ;

3 'prospect grow brighter every day. many farms. Great herds of NO HARD TIMES IN THE -0- --._ ,. -- -- Pat Walytman Warren ,,
Llooded cattle and thoroughbred (Igs --- twaller L A. ,:ro
ICala
will be brought in and'before this invasion SIGN PAINTING BUSINESSE. M \Vlnatanley.: .1 M
Kilta po l
Did to think that no A .
atop oneFould
you Yowell C 1'']
the long-horned steer and L. G'reen. the eminent sign paint.er King:. A L Yates. 0...
/ make better use of good roads in razorback hog will disappear. Just has secured ten'eontracta from the Would buy 1000 each Cows threes Krlbbll, 0 P Yates. Radl'brd W T ,

Osceola than the' home people-those how:great this development will attain Coe-Mortlmer Co. to paint their signs Kenton, L N Zlgl.r, .1 W .... J;

M who Jive here the.year around TMost time only can show. These sign will l be scattered a* far as and and Steers Stags and Bulls. Precinct No.2)a
up
u Vero, Homestead and Miami. Mr. Rronaon, J 8 FOE A H

of an, 'the ,man who walks, N.OW 1* the time to. dog; as- well as Green ha also corraled a fine contract Rronaon Rronaon,, J A]N I Lankford.. R A '

wfll approye of good roads for he do without. the from painting the Consolidated'of their houses Land on Co.the<' for ::What, can you deliver, on cars, your Rronaon Bronaon,,. o J R C Vfomlay Overatreet.., w B L L T> 1
Tyner
most conserve shoes, energy and time. prairie. Rronaon, W 0 Tyn.r Stewart '
shipping point after F H "
DEATH OF,WELL-KNOWN Mr. Green says he ha*a yew's work ; giving :one dipaping. Cromartle Babb FA P OAcr.e Tyson I P' ". ""I

J1o man who drive' "ear'along th.lighl.yr RESIDENT IN MICHIGAN ahead. ,. ,? 'Want for .Precinct Yates No.,8 Adam ,t' '
shipping Louis r'
/ of the county can afford to -,' : to ,.C H 8 Lanier,. W R . Ml1" ,
SOUTH tt .
KISSIMMEE BAPTIST .Brown Lanlar, R' v .
fir'4'against the bond iesue., A, message wa*.received here San- 'r, MISSION' iana. ',Give full particulars first ,Bronaon.a W B Lanler.; Kirby ".

... day bringing the new* of the sudden F'ry i Clark !z.6! Alfred. Lanler, Wade H
:

','.: iNO: .... .can afford to feed a hors death ton Vf Mra., ,E.Michigan.O, Tatman'She at ..BenIJarbol' - Sunday JWM'IT. t L! /r- I s t"" .> letter;H'3' \ '' ':: .},; M Lamb Lnier C R JT nnler. Lan Lanier/1.1'', D Earl$ r.i 1 ,
,;r of vehicle wasatricifen Sunday school 10 ; Overatreet. H X,
lintel for the upkeep any DIe > i M .
with .
; pay' paral.1e.u.r Roberta JT
.1 \ grad Preaching 7:80 the Ie r r
m..by Lanier 3 I2
W4i:1 p. : pastor. Fr'Reeves.
driven daughter Mrs. Camille BwtfcrVwas FRED .t IT'N"lI.
with her.,attha timeef herdaath? y Subject":' rn>. Foan /OdtPespetoal C"%'_"' to ih 1St ..P ) LOCK,,' J P1'edact '. (HIlI
W
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: If'-: sdo.taUeln61s ,In. oaf, Jaa.Ub wise''le Campbell" . Paarruona'J W
t .1. thlorrlra osl.rt ? t 7- meeting WeAne.da ;
4 -IM"NI' to the ba a or lab left'at f rtJNyd.OY.dr.N t 7:80. :{.I';':' t 'Y,", '" .I. :t bcqtboa -- 0' "t .)T 'e"; w3 r"t e;,Charley:La. : Haneeoook,6 PQ, 81.-Patt.'B A 'sk'iJaek.I
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLET GAZETTE 'FRIDAY JUNE 15, 1917 nvi'

,

Drew M. AlveyUft; Wednesday for I

r Beaver Falls, Pa. j '

Ticket Agent A. W, Smith returned
from Plant City last Friday.Mr. .

and Mrs., Charles Donegan of
Deer Park ,motored into town Thurs- H
WATCHSTORY'S
7 WINDOWt
. ,. day. 4

Mr. and Mrs. A. Cottftrman .motored :

.FORMERLY DIXIE THHATRB) to Orlando Wednesday for a few ,

Program Week Commencing Friday, June'15th hour: .
Mrs J. M. Wilson expects to leave
nan Lad I.,. caeasedu laa-otHsisn. ll w rsrtsnsuoi' / ttsrttii It i IM "cIIcII Monday for New Ydrk, ...I.el"e'.he, will all

PROGRAMS spend I the summer.. at times for big values, in Can-
f
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Finley of
,.- TODAYAlice Orange Center,, spent, Monday.morn.j \ r

Joyce aid. Harry Morey u a Bht RiL..... Feature, Ing in town shopping. vas and Leather, Shoes

Senator Arthur E. Donegan has ,
"HER SECRET I''
bin confined to his room all the week
from an injury to his knee. :
SATURDAY'' ''MONDAY Mrs. Elizabeth Sanborn spent the Again We, have received a big. shipment of

Fannie Ward in "Uaconqaerea William Duncan and Mary A.* week end in St. Cloud where she was -

And a Keystone Comedy derson. in "The Last Ma." the guest of Mrs. George Barber. Men's, Women's and Childrens' Shoes. We

- Ralph Turner spent two days last
TUESDAY week in Tampa taking the civil serv
have of the shoe stocks in
ANN MUXDOCK M "ENVY" Th. flr.t of th."..,." D.adl.In! .." f.. ,,':. examination. for stenographer.Ladies now one largest .
..r''., corolilluB of t.v.n flv. r..1 l f..tur.i, .ach en.compl.t.. and feat urine a dlf- should see jour House' Dresses 'It, .
f.r.. "'.tar. Don't ml..any .f th.m. tVIRV TUESDAY FOR SIVCN WCCKa. Kissimmee. '
with 10 per cent oft. YOU get a bargain ,
Last Oh aUr"GLORIA'S. ROMANCE."
t
F, H. LAWSON.Ed .

WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY Y Donegan of Waldo has been ,' . .
spending few days' In the city this
a :
\ "
Wallace Reid and Myrtlt Sled' William FOX Presents week visiting relatives and greeting. WOMEN'S ek
van in "The World Apart." Stewart Homes in his many friends.W. .. (

, e Mutt &: Jeff Comedy "Tfce Broadway Sport. Ci Thrasher of St.., Cloud, flair- { l .

man, has turned over his job to J. W. Patent Leather Baby Doll, '. '. $2.75 "*

CHILDREN, .5c. .. ADULTS, IQc. Stephenson, and'is on duty now on Gun Metal l
the Sebring branch. Baby Doll .,.' 2.75 ll

MAKE THE GRAND A DAILY 'HABIT Sugar Belt Conductor F. A. Han K'd'J'jyups' '' ?.98to .' I .

sard has moved permanently to Tampa r'

,....,.... .- ., I1U.place._.A>.en taktft--b"J.&htt ,,_.JAtenfcJLeatherPiim psr-2.50.toe. ;.r;' !
-- --' ;.; ;. ,;'; : :-- : :;;..;;<< ... Puirh' ,'formerly of Port Tampa, Plain Joe Lace Shoes 1.75, 2.25 and'. ' ., 2.49 ,'

Miss Lucile Persona, of Americus White Canvas Rubber Sole Shoes 1.00
..: .
is the attractive of her A.
Ga guest
[
1 INTERESTING LOCAL
,.8 ITEMS t brothers'George: and Charles Persons." White Canvas Rubber Oxfords,',wltk lutker. Insldi,'.', 1.5O ,,
will be here about three weeks '
She
..................0..;.... A. E. Drought of' St Cloud .spent Jackson''Corsets 50c, $$1.00. $1.50,|;i I rWhine, Canvas Rubber' Sole ,Oxfords and" BabyDolls ,,"

Wednesday in town.E. with 10 per cent. off gives a fine bar. 1.25,1.39,, 1.49 1.75 and I" 1,00MEN'S ,
I : Weather'Repo.rt I .' L. D. Overstreet,. the Sage of gain. It does not mean 49c, 98c and
'"
Shingle Creek,spent, Wednesday in M8. :F, H. LAWSON. .. ,.
town on business I 'Mrs W. J. WaHng'pnd! two children ,

Mrs J. H. Barms of Steer Beach returned to their hone in Lakeland ..
are .
Following dally temperatures Sunday after a pleasant visit with
was In town Tuesday on her way to
and precipitations .. re-* Call. I. her parents, Mr and Mrs. .H. M. Pfann.Don't .
ported by Government station I.KI..lmmee.okeechobee 'Men's Work Shoes, ,1,98, 2. ?,' 2.5O, 2.98 & $3.50
buy In the bag by sending 1 I about
at Kissinjmee fo- the week end- Mr. Hilliard states that he has the pig We have all sizes and ten different kinds.
ing Thursday, June 141Ma finest and largest prospective crop of away to mail order houses.' I give 10 .

*. Min. Rain oranges he has had for some years.. per prices cent.and off you which can select gives your you goods.F. better. Men's White Canvas ,Oxfords, .75c,1.001.50: and. 1.75 u

Friday ____98 71 Mrs. ,J. R. Waters returned Saturday H. LAWSON.R. White. Shoes, 1.25 and a" 1.75 ; '
: from Kissimmee where! she has
... 78Sunday
Saturday .90 ''
been visiting her brother. -Okeecho 14.'Thompson'editor of the Taylor
......98 78 bee Call. County Herald, published at Perry.; .
Monday .'.....96 72 Fla.. was among those who attendedthe We have all kinds of Childrens' Shoes at any priceStory's
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Jernigan of Orlando meeting of the Central Florida ; ,
.....97 76 .
Tuesday ,
were in ,town Tuesday and Highway Association this week. :
Wednesday ...89 69 .19 Wednesday.on a visit to Mrs L. M. '
___. 89 7089 Whidden. Mayor J. S. Cadet has returned
Thursday' ,
from Washington.where he went., last
.... .O.. .... ....... . . L. J. Parker, who has been relievingM week to say KOOd-by. to' his sister, "
S. Cooper as express messenger on Miss Ines Cadel, who w-s leaving! to
.DroughtMrs. the Midland. left! Wednesday morning join the American Ambulance Hospital
;.... Fire Insurance. See A. E.
,for Lakeland.B. Corps, with headquarters in Pans. "

t Clay Gardner left Thursday for F.. Lester, of Montgomery, Ala* The first of a series of "The Seven' '
' Cincinnati, where she will join her the veteran cattle buyer, shipped sev Deadly ,Sins," a feature series consisting 1 '+ y11
husband. enty-seven head of cattle to Montgomery of seven five-r' cl featurec each/:!

George Gardner left Wednesday for yesterday.The one complete and featuring a different ii Next Door,to Post Office. PHONE 22
1 Michigan where he will. spend his two town council' ofSt Cloud.has star, will be shown at; the' Grand, .
,
weeks' vacatioa.Attorney Theater next Tuesday evniniand >1
called a special election to decide' :
whether not the town will every Tuesday thereafter for seven
G. P. Garrett spent Monday or purchasethe ,
weeks.
in Bartow on legal business, returning electric light plant. Souders several vested in the Central Committee be in attendance 'and themMlfte. '
Miss Mabel'Oventreet of Mr s- S. J. spent; ; (4)) 'put ,,
daughter
,
Tuesday.Jim Mrs. Eugene Bryan left last Friday Mr. and Mrs. George W..Overstreet is I days in Tampa this.wee that the proposed chapter shall be organized In line to "do their bit" for their coals-,
Miller went down to Tampa for Atlanta to be near Mr. Bryan whoIs home visiting within two months after re- try in the way in which everyone eanr.
critically ill at her on Vernon Miss Margeret Stanford is '
this week to enlist in the quartermaster's in the United States training camp ceipt of this authorization.. help-In contributing to the relief and!"'
street Everything is being done that her mother, who is in Tampa for medical ,.
n
for officers at Fort McPherson. ,
rjeservo corps. i medical skill can suggest to effect her treatment Acting Chairman of Central Committee comfort of those who go to defend)

? Miss Margaret Lee of Kisiimmee, Mrs. A. W. Bailey leftiMonday for return to health, but the attending By Guy E. Snavely (Signed). their country. with their Uveav
. is a guest of her friend Mist Thelma Tampa on a visit to her mother and I physicians give: little hope for her: re- Dr. J. C. Davit his old has returned and at Director Southern Division. In addition to C. A. Carson and Mrs.,
has taken
Alderman. Okeechobee Call, sister A. W. Bailey left today to covery. up headquarters' ., Dated: June 9, 1917. I William L. Dunne, who have been .. ., {' "
,
the Lake !
House.
< ,,
; ) ,
: spend the week-end in '
smpa. '
)11>'k"Mre. W. B. Witherspoon left for Mr. and Mrs. P. K.. Weaver will Plans are being perfected for a' and temporary secretary. the temporal
TampaWednesday to visit bet daughter Circuit Judge Perkins hascalled leave Saturday in their car for St. Mrs; George Rutherford of Sanfordand monster mass meeting to be held ary committee on organization is cotn-C:
Miss\ Etta, for a few.days. upon the grand jury to-reconvene for Augustine where they,will meet Mr. Mrs. Peters of Bartow are guestsof Monday evening, June 25, at the Gr.y.l. posed of John s. Cadel Mrs. B. B.\:,; ,
the purpose of investigating the Weaver's father and mother, also his Mrs, Howell Baes.Mattle stone Casino, at which time Dr. Simpson, Mrs. S. H. Bullock, Sr., Mrs.*,
Mrs.' May Godfrey of Riverside, Thomas McLaughlin affair. brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Stanford returned Thursdayfrom will speak and a permanent organization -i Paul K. Weaver. Mrs. J.< E. :Lupfer-,.
Cal., is the guest of. her.niece, Mrs., Weaver, of Lafayette, Ind.. who will the East Coast, where she has will be perfected. ,Not only are I ected to act as temporary chairman..
Joe Lester, at her country home., Mrs. S. M. Bass returned Tuesday return to Kissimmee with them for a been spending several,weeks. the members of the Red Cross expected Miss Anne Bryan Carson, Cant. H.. M.:,
Joe Prevatt is here from Rodman from Mulberry after a four week'! visit to be present, but every man, woman ' Katz, M. 'Katz, and Lieut; Lee; Jar- t.
visiting his mother Mrs. Sarah Pre.vatt visit with her song Morgan Bass. Morgan Mrs. Guy Gardner and small son, and child In! Kissimmee is urged to: rellj! '
and other has about forty acres out in corn. Mrs Charles Goodrich was a recent left Thursday to Join Mr. Gardner at ,
relatives.
,
of Mrs. E.
Sanborn while
guest en Cincinnatiwhere he is located. -- - -- - - - ------
.
Miss Edna Schweikart left Friday' Mr.and Mrs. G. C. Allen and two route for St Cloud. Mrs. Goodrich has ,,
night for Tallahassee where the will children! leave Sunday for Nashville been spending several months at Os- 'C. R. Walker and wife, Mr. and Mrs.E. DR. DeWITT T. UGHTSEYOSTEOP '
attend the Summer School. Tenn.,' after spending.: several weeks ceola Ark., where her. husband Is in T. Woodruff and Miss Woodruff of ,
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,Ira business but was called to St. Cloud Sanford(attended the Highway Asso- .
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Floyd and baby bv the illness of her ,daughter Miss ciation meeting here Thursday. TH
left Monday for Green Springs, where I Bass.Mrs. Hatcher.: ; ,. ",
thy will spend two weeks., 1 W. T. Crawford and family are ,
I IJ Mr. and Mrs., C. A. Carson accompanies SPEED Corner Drug Store .( Mondays and Fridays
f
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Winn and leaving this week for their\ home in The' fastest man seldom wins the : I
: I IJ by their daughters Miss AnneBryan'Carson
J daughters Misses Grace, Gussie and Cairo, Ga. She will be accompanied by race of life. We are striving more to ttl
f' and Mrs.
Roy Chalker
J l I IIf Mra. J. M. Gardner< and Miss Ethel
and
satisfaction
r :May motored to Orlando Tuesday of Live Oak. motored over to Daytona attain through accuracy
1 pent the day. Robinson. Beach' on Thursday of last week for than to gain speed. Our prescriptionwork tl

I'' Miss M. C. Bryan left last Friday I, Fred Bass went up to Jacksonville an outing. Mr. Carson and Miss :Anne Is guaranteed to,be right Pal.
Store.
I N ace Drug
for Knoxville to attend the Summer' last week to rccompany! his little returned home Friday. Mrs Carson, T .
Teachers' School at the University of: daughter, Floddie May, who had and Mrs. Chalker will ejoy the ocean
rf, been spending some time here visiting -. breezes for a week longer. ;
Tennessee.

' "" Miss Violet Hullock returned to her I her father}and, grandmother Mrs. J. M. Byars left on thTST7o MASS MEETING Shoes Shoes :Shoes !! '. 1

home in Plant City Monday, after sev. J. E. Mattocks of Lake Gem, drove train Monday. m., for Jackson Ga.,
I[:', enl days' visit with her cousin Miss down to Kissimmee and attended the to attend the funeral) services of her FOR RED CROSS ,
.
. Graoe Gilbert. meeting of the Central Florida Highway brother, Mr H. C. Letson, who was ,
Association yesterday Mr. Mattocks accidentally killed that morning by'. ,
Miss Almena Leitner who his been was accompanied by J. D. Price, train. She'' carried with her the sympathy -
:''f: visiting friends and relatives In the a good roads booster from Mt Dora. of her many friends. Mrs. Formal authority has been receivedfor Spring and 'Summer Footwear.. J
I : city left on the morning train for herhom. Byars is expected to remain[ there the organization of a chapter of ,
'--- at Kissimmee.---Arcadia News.J. .- Night Pollceman-Floyd-Ty c.n-took; during the summerr ther'American! Red 'Cross''inKlssimmee. -
i I I'I .I'into custody last Monday two runaway .. ,This was granted by thd! act- We .Have It! 4
W. Miller, J. W. Miller, Jr: :.. and boys from near Orlando, and Mr. and Mrs. W.* O. Weaver of Lafayette Ing chairman 'of the central committee : .
'I J. Y.Gould, made pn auto trip last held them till one of the boys father, ,' Ind., are expected to arrive through Guy E. Snavely, directorof "
, week on which thfey visited Ocala: ,(I Jesse Bnmby, arrived to cony them Saturday on a short visit to their son the southern division, June 9, 917, Shoes for every ,member of ,the< family..
Sanford, Titusville and Fo-T; Pierce. back homo. The boy. gave their ace and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. P. and in a letter Mr. Snavely wrote that
1 as 12 and 14 year. K. Weaver. They will be met at he was scheduling Dr. Josiah Morse, "
Mrs. O. Berry'arrlved' Wednesdayfrom
Jacksonville ..Saturday morning by,
here
associate director, speaker on
as
,. Kisslmmee for a visit with herb Mrs. G. M. Shearouae. Jr., has pur- the people in their Complete array ofMen's
young Super-Six June 25th. when the formal organization
W. C. McLeod at chased from A. Cotterman the !
daughter Mrs. pretty Hudson, and will enjoy the pleasureof of the willGraystone be '
meeting chapter Low ,Cut Summer 'Shoes elegant
Pebble.-Mulberry Herald.Mrs. bungalow on Beaumont avenue for ;
Prairie
h' an auto trip to Kissimmee. I
Casino.
held at the i .
, merly occupied! by H. E. Cole. Director i '
,
+' A. W. Sargent, of Avon Park and Mrs. Shearouse moved into Mis.' Mildred! Winn returned.Satur; The formal authorization reads as'' Footwear for Ladles, Misses, and' Children r
9y 1 with her'grandson Ferney Reeves, is :
\1" the guest of her daughter! Miss Mar. their new home Tuesday.; day from Cape Girardeau, Mo., where :follows"Authority to Form a Chapter I ; Great Display; of White Kid and '
I I she has school for the
I'", iofc Sargent She will be here about Roy Godbold was a recent visitor been attending Authority is hereby granted to the
ten days. here, spending several days with the past two years. Miss Winn was grad- persons named below, as a temporaryt t Canvas Shoes.
I I tinted from the Missour IState Norm.1SCbool
, and J. J. McCranmo family while en ,route : committee on organization to a \ _, ___ ., _
Evans family'leftFriday
Prof. R. M. with 'honor the Oliver -
;'?, receiving -- ,
for Fort MyerS. Mr. Godbold is Mrs.McCrannl chapter of the American National Red I
y
: where .
;Ii::. night for Tallahassee, I ;s nephew. epsay prlxo. At the close of vacatlon. Cross to be known the Kissimme1
f he will instruct. in- science during the she will return to Cape Girar- as ita'' t
ten weeks' summer schoo at theWomsns' J. H. Hilliard of Hilliard's. Island deau, when she will teach mathematics Florida, Chapter, and to have Florida for Straw Hats
l College. was in town Wednesday, loading up in the_High School. jurisdiction Osceola ,county ,
with fence wire. Mr. Hilliard is clear. except such parts Of mid territoryalare '
Mrs"H'' 'k. Phann has' returned to .' K. Weaver'' has received notice hereafter be '' '
Ing forty'acre* land, which P. now or may organized Most complete variety, sizes, shapes and
her home at Kissimmee. after a visit will be fenced.: Abut ten acresare from the Comptroller of the Currencyat under separate chapters.* ,
t,, of about,two ,weeks with her dangh&r already cleared and will be put into Washington,' of his appointment of Persons authorized as a temporary styles. Up-to-tho Minute Goods, Prices z
./ Mrs. Sam G. Ragsdale, in thisSty. to assistsnational examiner for the committee! on organization: ChairmanC.
a spring
cowpeas preparatory
Plant City Courier. of Irish potatoes crop sixth federal, reserve district' with A.'Carson, Secretary Mrs. William ,, Are Right I .
of Bradentown headquarters at Atlanta under Chief L. Dunne.
t .J.; K.' Singeltary Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston. 'Is ,'On
3 few in the city the pastweek. Gay Examiner 1.K.Doug'hton., Mr. Weaver ."This authorization1 i granted I
. spent a days to visit I Bull Jr., and little Miss Doro- 'Willieav.about June 25th.. Mrs. the express condition ((1) that the pro- r i ,h.
+ .'
C' Mr. Singeltary came up
,
with thy motored from Lake Weir Weaver',will remain here for,several posed-chapter shall conform to the
.V' his children who are Mrs.staying J. Miller. Sunday night to their home,at Kis months.' Mr..Weaver is to be congratulated regulations and policies of the American STANFORD
their H. C. COMPANY
grandmother, W.
'
,
.". simmee. Mrs Livingston had been .on his appointment National st Cross;; (2)) that the '
\-' Miss Clara Ledbetter left the'first visiting Miss Mary Burford in this Central Committee; reserves the right ,

of the week for a visit with friends in city for,about ten days, and at; Lake IT to cancel it,for-any reason regarded 1 t.l fi
Cordele, Ga. and Wlnona. Miss. From Weir fro evoral dare with Mrs.:I. F. ? ,'Tomorrow-today0will be yesterday committee jaa .ufdc1 ntl (8) ':t'OliReliableSii.Dalarf, .. E1liailaC *\&" .., *,'
Winona she'will g* to New,Orlea Bennett. ; and Mr.' Livingston and the :-better begin using Nyal Face Cream that the right; to change the territorial ,,,. ,
f u i will attend. summer school 1 children-motored ,np
uiaity. 1.a'? .., I,nvtrnincf f
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sue THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1917 1

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THRILLING-STORY- OF THEREVOLUTION St. Cloud Department, 'C'CU itElIS' MERCURY,! IT SICKENS! v '




. .. ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE .
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IN RUSSIA NEWS AND NOTES OF THE '"WONDER CITY", FROM OUR OWN .,


I SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTMr. : Urn TMI" Starts Your Liver Here's my guarant.ee-Oo to any drugstore
and set a 60 cent bottle of Dod

Thursday to spend the summer with aon's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful to-
Better Thai Calomel ltd Doesit
Bv. E. NELSON FELL, JR.; Steve Acre of.Kissimmee was Mrs. Kiddle's grandparents at St. night and if it doesn't straighten you
'
a St. Cloud caller on Tuesday. Louis Mo. and! make you feel fine ana
j'MI. right
Salivate Make You Sick. up
or
As
not made from fear.
week
we
The Gazette Is fortunate this were .....Fleda Doolittle and Olive Allison Paul Northrop left on Wednesday vigorous by morning I want you to gOo
in being permitted to publich an account watched, a squadron of cavalry galloped spent Tuesday at Orlando.. I for Knoxville, Tenn., where he expects back to,the store 'and get your money.

of the Russian revolution:, written in formation of fours throughthe Mr. G. A. Bleech will go north for to teach school this summer and next' LUlon"' to met I Take no more sick. Dodson's Liver Tone is destroying!liver the
real
it in
by E. Nelson Fell, Jr., 'Who spent gate, formed in a long line, two awhile and his grocery store will be winter- salivating calomel when bilious or sale of calomel because therefore it
lon't lose work! entirely vegetable, .
and the crowd and the Misses Kathleen Goff and G1 dysSaunders' a day's medicine;
Tho deep, charged closed during the summer. .i"k.
Narcooffsee.
his boyhood days at Calomel I Is or Quicksilver not salivate or make you
: mercury can
witness to the revolution crowd did not move an inch, 'did not The\ bhildren's Day exercised held, arrived' )home on Monday 'causes ono ,nfu.l of Dud
writer was an eye after necrosis of the tones. I guarantee that *po \
having volunteered in the ambulance even sway. Once in a while, one of in the M. E. Church on Sunday morn Beach.spending a week at' Coronado when it comes into contact: son's Liver Tone will put jour Kliiuiri! ..h
service in Russia.! while a student the marching soldiers would wave his ing was attended by 'large and appreciative -; ,, sour bile crashes into it, breaking liver to work and clean jour Imwcls. ol
at Harvard last.winter. hat and the crowd would cheer wildly.It audience, the program was : Mrs: Riddle of Ballantine, S. C., has up". This Is when' you feel that,awful that sour, bile, and const t Ir-ati-d' wnsto-
seemed to dread bloodshed, but to a good one and the children did fine, been visiting her son, Dr. L.-C. Rid ... and cramping.; If you are elufr-. ; which is clogging 'Iour' svolein and. kinking -
v Moscow, RussiaMarch 15, 1917. be ready to stand anything if the test dle. Innt
I
especially the six little tots that and "all knocked out, if your : you feel ti'iwrnhh- pimrniit'W
This letter3, I. am fairly sure, will should come The soldiery lined the graduated from the primary department : Mr. Claud Johnson, the editor of the Is torpid and bowels constituted a bottle of Dudeon'e, Liver Tone will e.
eventually fall Into your hands, for Red Square, both infantry and cavalry St. Cloud Tribune. arrived here on you have headache dizclnl-Bg, canted keep your entire fanny t fwlinir hue for
someone is kind enough to.take It to and a crowd of perhaps ten thousand Mr. Bert Durham left Friday i Monday from Tallahassee, .where he :\ If breath is bad or stomach our months give it to yens children I It. I Is
., America for me. The last three days people stood around, mostly last for short business trip on to Jacksonville has been attending the legislature .. take a spoonful of harmless. ]oil- harmless; l a !
declares students, arguing with the soldiers. So Mis! Pearl Creel left on Tuesday Liver Tone
have been historical and everyone ; on my guarantee. ,, la te.
that today, the 15th of March, the situation remained. through Mon. and also,to meet his wife, who I for t A Ian tic City, N. J., where she

is going to be an annual holiday In day night.. On Tuesday morning, where arrived she there has on Sunday been visiting from Illinois with, I'' will be the guest of Miss Edythe Jen. ,-

+ Russia to celebrate this marvelously things/ were stirring. early. The streets and friends.An ness. VATS FOR OSCEOLA own pasture lands. The Consolidated
"' revolution. leading to the Duma Square were filled neighbors. I W. 'A. Drawdy and Denver Bass financial institutions
successful, auxiliary 16 the Red Cross has I COUNTY; -one,of the biggest
Deer Park.
spent Tuesday at .
8th of March with of strangely silent
last, the masses
On Thursday t of
here benefit
been with several the
organized Emil Mack of in TJorida-sees
*
Kissimmee
far I people students 'everywhere kept was a
and as ;
I in Petrograd as
can was gather, there was a strike among marvellousordsr.. The roadway was members and more will join soon. business. calla at St. ,Cloud on Tuesday 1J. A. Tag-gart, government: Inspect dipping vats and will' spend over a

the workmen for bread. This strike kept open. None were allowed in the Mrs. Livermore left Wednesday left yesterday for Osceola' county, thousand! dollars to build them. OR
t' was put dwon with a little bloodshed Red Square or in the path of the evening ing. to spend some time in Wyom Miss Evmdna Harris, who has been he will supervise' the building the other hand, many people who otvn:

/, by the soldiers. Now this strikewas troops or in the Duma Square. They Mr, .. R. E. ,Slawson left 'on. Tuesday attending arrived home school on Sunday at Knoxville; Tenn. ,ten dipping'vats for the Consoli a few head of cattle will'not use vats-
the final bubbling over of a ket- realized well that if a greet mob collected
tle that had been long in the boiling- in the squares and became entangled to spend the ''summer with her J. D> Woodbeck has accepted a position Land Company, which has' re built for their own ,use at State or

All over Russia there had been the with Soldiers, great disorder daughter at Waverly, Kansas. ] lit Marine's Pharmacy. bought extensive herds :and county expense. It i is a strange world.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Robinson left on '
WAnid follow, Thia must.beavoided Mrs. John McCarthy left on keep them,'under fence on their -Deland. News
and ll estu; fsnti ctintr'oTled"Tie> crow :- Yw.daadaywfo .llioakU- WMQMda".tJ.1. ,;a xlalh.jA.;Ner... '44' ' '..--.. --
Mrs. Miller and three, children d l : .......,
= "
City, N. Y. ''''' '''< Hadrrsai h-+m
and sacrifice. in a' good humoredcheerful and
great their courage way Ruskin, Fla., arrived Tuesday even. 1 The Christian Church of .0. ." 0 t..O 0000..000'0... 0'000 OOOOOOO I,
might be, in the end the fruit ol their none were angry as yet. One angry people St. to .O 0 OiQ'OOOO
ing.to spend time with the former's
some Cloud, Milliard's Island and Bassville
sacrifices .would be denied them and word from an officer, a stray shot or a ,
the Ger. drunken brawler would at that; mother, Dr. Minerva Cushman.: held a picnic.on Thursday at the canal.
;h' mans.everything'hnnded'overto Whole regiments, have' been have meant a bloody riot.: Thanks stage to .. Rev to.:,'spend;,. B. Westcott the 'remainder--left on Tuesday the; :A goodly number turned''out and .a DG .Wllgner Insurance Agency
.
pleasant day .
t wiped out at the front, sent out there the students' wonderful organization,' was spent.
at Atlantic N. J.
summer City The auxiliary to the and
without, Brusilov, everyone, however, it never occurred. They were Army
arms. Mr. B. Seagrave left on Tuesday Navy Union met Monday afternoon in 2nd Floor Citizens Bank Bldg. Phone No. 30.
and
in everywhere some linking ,
has been hindered every way pos ; arms' : morning'-for the Soldiers' Home at .
sible while the German officials were holding back the'' crowds, others walking .' the Masonic hall A good number

nullifying all Russias" ft gigantic sacrifices. through the crowds urging temperance i Johnson At the City supper, Tenn.Friday evening ,last, was in were attendance added, Mrs.and two Ella new Kenneyand recruits .The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Co.
bad patience others talking
They all say, wej only and ,.
given by the choir of the M. .E. Mi. Phelon. '
p a chance, we would have beaten: the with the soldiers. REPRESENT THE'AETNA HOME OF NEW YORK HARTFORD
Church, about $19 was cleared, which Mr, and Mrs. Russell, who have ,
Germans long ago. The chance has During all of Thuisday, detach, they will use to pay their pledge on been spending the past two weeks out AND( MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE
been them and they were ments deserted and came over to the
never being: driven given crazy by the thought. I crowd, and, as they marched along the new annex. ?' I at the canal at Mrs. Williams', arrived COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
Dr. L. C. Riddle and wife left
4 have just come back from Kazan) shouting their wonderful marching home Wednesday., AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE,.

there steak are being sold for 60 kopeks songs the soldiers cheered them wildly ,. ......... LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO-
and bread and compote for 60 11 this went on and by night time BURGLARY PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive ,
kopeks. Two hundred vents from the Duma Square was packed with FOOD CONSERVATION MEET ,LAKE BARTON ,

1 Moscow there''were masses of:'white men. Perfect discipline had been HELD BY' THE COUNTY AGENT i InsuranceALSO

bread going begging; inr Moscow! maintained all day. The crowd was Prevailing dry weather Is seriously
breadlines were everywhere and, of kept in the streets, not allowed to Interested housewives met with injuring crops in our vicinity.
course, there was great suffering. The mass in the squares,'while the garrison Miss Albina Smith Tuesday a. m. at Grove owners who,do not have irrigation BONDS AND LIABILITY. .
Russians are 'all convinced that. the was slowly coming over.: On feel they must have rain IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION
,, Germans responsible for this and Wednesday morning the first the''headquarters for the 'Dome tle AGAINST
are companyof soon or loss their crop of fruit. LOSS.IS A WISE PRECAUTION. .
I imagine that they are. Everyone despised Cossacks rode in. They were wildly Science Department of the school and McClain Bros. are in the tie business

g the Tsar, hated the Empress ass cheered; all felt now that the revo- here they discussed the most practical. quite extensively.T. ..
and all that Russia lution had to fear if the ---- - - --- -----.------ --
traitorous, agreed nothing methods of preserving vegetables H. Adams, the'well known mill
was irt as bad a way as she well hated Cossacks were on their side. I man of Osceola and Orange counties
could be and that the war 'could not During the morning they easily drying, and their care after they are is now ,in our midst. Mr. Adams is
under such conditions much acquired, three field and much prepared. In the list were mentioned
go on guns figuring on putting up a large mill at
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ton$ '. cavalry. .At five o'clock they pointeda green string beans, lima beans, dry this place. Stout Lumber Co. '

To return to the sequence of events: field gun at the Kremlin gate, massed shelled beans, garden peas, sweet corn, Mr. O. C., McClain and A. J. Lane .
On Friday, March ninth in Petrograd, their soldiers and gave the regulars spent Saturday in Orlando on busi. SUCCESSORS TO MAY.5TOUT*LUMBER 00. II ,
..erowdes began gathering and on Saturday five minutes to surrender. The carrots and parsnips, ,onion:and leek, ness. '

evening the storm broke.: There Kremlin surrendered, then the Mange beets pumpkin '.and summer squash, Sunday, June 3rd,(Mr. Loy Lane ,DEALERS IN ,

i ras no mob rioting. in the street All and now, without a single shot being okra, cabbage, cauliflower ''peppers, in company with his BisterMiss Ly- '' < It
was too well organized. It was a battle fired, the revolution wps in control of vegetable soup 'mixtures and herbs, gia motored to Kissimmee where they YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS ,

between the regiments on the peo- Moscow; making a surprisingly long list at both walked up arm in arm and joinedthe I'C
ple's side and those on the Tsar':. All As fast as the. old government this time of the year whenegardena Baptist Church. We are proud ofthi. LUMBER
Friday the people bad been mingling brought in outside regiments, they are not in season. s act of these promising young peo ,
.i with i patrolling infantry and cavalry, went over to the people. The,sight on In this. connection it was suggested '
arguing with them and explaining the Wednesday night can never be forgotten that people who are drying vegetables pleMr.. and Mrs. David Hart and Miss Novelty Works"in ConnectionIt

cause of their revolt; they: only 'want. ; the vast, cheering crowds,"the may. experience difficulty: in finding Molly Story were the pleasant guest .
ed bread. "''Dear little soldiers don't deep-throated singing of the marching suitable receptacles for them and I of Mrs A. J. Lane Sunday, June 10th. is our pleasarc to give yen estimates at all times. ..
ahoot.ue, all we want is bread;"'and soldiers, the stacked arms and bivouac each housewife was urged to save the Miss Gladys Griffin ,of Kissimmeewas '
in this business the women were as ac. fires in the Duma Square the artillery empty coffee cans, oatmeal boxes, etc., recently the guest of Mrs. O. C. Ceorteou AtUntioa and Prompt Delivery. J

tive a* the men. The Pavlovsk regi- commanding the approaches. There and report them to Miss Smith, who McClain. We are sure Miss Gladys
ment went over first, killed its colonel were now about fifteen guns in the will be in a position to know where had A good time while with our esteemed Phone 21 Kissimmee Fla.State'Bank.
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And joined the people Then one by square with their cassons. All the they are needed. Pickle 'and salad neighbor Mrs. McClain. .
one,the people gained after street as far as the could would also be
company eye see, were bottles acceptable by Archy McClain seems to have a lot
+ and finally, on -Saturday packed with.crowds and then more many who are making\ pickles, ete. of business in Narcoossee here of late. III.. -J'r ... 'wW-is JL m <& */b ***rb '

0 only one'regiment remained loyal.! crowds, cheering, cheering, almost A community canning day was also Ha goes "dressed up," too. -. . --- . -- -- .- :
'This'regiment took up its quarters ready to cry with joy,. laughing and discussed at this meeting and if they Smith Bros have recently formed
across the.. 'Liteinaya with machine talking quietly together, as Russiansdo. are any who have only a few cans to partnership' in which they propose to j
guns and waited. Meanwhile all the All through there had been no put up and who would be willing' to buy, feed and sell hogs.
y' officers had had their swords taken loud yelling. Either cheering or quiet meet at some central place, Miss A. J. Lane is preparing to build a
t away and those who resisted' were kills talking. No uproariousness; no hooliganism Smith would provide a canner and the nice residence.

ed. The policemen were locked up in and this you could understandwhen work of a neighborhood, perhaps, Tbs citizens of this place have mad;"' .
a big: building and burned Alive. That you looked at the crowd. Theyall could be done in a few hours. Each application for a postoffice to be established ,
seems to'have been ,the only bloody seemed prosperous and well-to-do. person could share' the small incidental here. We have lion. Joe

i slaughter. I was, passing a soldier on All in furs No roughs or toughs. All expense,.that of fuel for Instance. Sears' word that he will lend us a of Kissimmee
guard; as I passed, a student grabbedthe either good old moujiks orthe intel Any one wishing participate in this helping hand, which we think means
' y soldier's gun and killed him with ligentsia. All so, very ,happy. Everyone work is urged to communicate' with we'll get it.
his own bayonet and was himself killed went home at night. When I Miss Smith for convenient dates. On Saturday, June the 30th Rev.
by an officer's pistol instantly On went out this morning the revolutionwas Falls, pastor of the Baptist Church in The es of the world
Saturday evening and Sunday morning 'over. Constitutional government Kisaimmee, will Conduct a baptizing

the revolting regiments regiments was assured and the whole people began cheering, and the soldiers all singing. here in beautiful Lake Barton. Bap
, )' fought the'one loyal regiment in the to make holiday. I. hope never to forget it. tizing' at 11 a. m. Dinner on groundand .
following 'way:' Riding in great motor If there had been masses yesterday, It seems to me as if a'great weightwere open air sermon in afternoon. are the
,; truck. (they had seized all the motor what was there today T The squares lifted off Russia. No more Germa'ns .Everybody please come. on man who
artillery), they dashed down the Lite. were a solid mass and the streets also. in control; no more secret police .I .
inaya, shooting, then turned up a side I made my way through it to a.small ;' no more passports; freedom of i j WHITE PARKER SAVED -
y street and gained cover, then turned hill looking down on the square of the the press.At last, they our I I .
back in the Liteinaya and repeatedthe Great,Theatre, and the streets leading country is going to develop; no longerare FROM A SUICIDE'S GRAVE
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performance. On Sunday to :t.. A vast. people
j.. morn were flowing 'we under the thumb of Germany; -
ing' I was innocently walking up the down the hill, with a band at its head as a united and nation we are
people White Farker attempted suicide by
Liteinaya, when he suddenly saw the playing the Marseillaise the SAVEST5AUSE
; cheering going to fulfill our destiny and we are inhaling chloroform Friday. morning
machine guns\ fairly rood' out and.h. was cue solid road, and as far as the
t going to make an end of the war by of last week at his home on Mabbettee
dodged behind a buttress and saw the eye could see, was a vast mass of nand throwing, the whole of Russia's
whole thing. Pools of blood and dead women all carrying red flags. Various into it street He.was seen through the win.dow
Germane
strength unhampered
everywhere. When he left lanes, by by one of his neighbors, who Immediately ...
on Sunday were kept open by the The last few years have seem ,
summoned medical aid and
night, the scene was very dramatic. A students and down these marched the ed a horrid nightmare as they struggled I the restored to conscfous-

tremendous-eardifght on. jtheA.d- soldiers,.also processions of,all kinds _under_the thumb..of. .Germany! flea.
.miraltr': tower made the Nevskyi, as some of women usually singing the '
now they are shaking themselves free i Domestic trouble is ;said tohave --
bright as day and cavalry were pat- Marseillaise, some of auto trucks filled and'breathe again., How'proud they 'caused this his life. f or a moment, young man
attempt on
3-ohng: and down the treetr with officers and students ,
up great, with red
red glares lit the from burnIng flags, some of fire are of their revolution I "Look how Parker! who is an Indian, came to and
up sky engines. It was all cleverly We did itl! No disagreeableness Kis&jtnmee some time ago from Ok. give a thought to self. The ,
machine a great holiday. I
; 'guns and ; ,,did not hear
an; Even I write
rattle as a great: choru; lahoma. and has been engaged in
rifles occasionally and I' now angry voice or seen an angry face all bursts out as soldiers go marching. in braying problems that confront: you now or 'A;,
and then, field guns\ on the Nevsky day. Gradually 'they",begun to disperse -! the distance. It is more I '
boomed out and bullets went scream'ing and by. 6 o'clock they were all about. It is so great than and magnificent canWrite .... will a few hence '.,
by skipping along over the snow. quiet again. Perfect order had main.I a sight that we are both WHEN MASTIC PAINT GOES years
In the square at the station was a vast tained. One or two men had tried to'"knocked out and speechless. '\
mob howling bloody murder.' Anarchy start a pogrom. They were immediately : We are staying in the good old hotel ON IDE ,HOUSE. TOE Look about yon-toe men of affairs in country, state, nation-

seemed imminent. As you know, how. arrested. A little boy near me I N-. It is very jolly and very cen. yes, in the. world are the men who started to says early in life. 1.1 ..
ever,. that was the last day of the dis- yelled out "Oorahl" An officer turned tral. All one does is to look out of the FOR RENT" SIGN q"
dd carders' ; Monday all was organized around and.eaid, "Nye kreetchl. Malt.chik" I window and see the revolution in lull They hare the respect and confidence of the community. '

and the Tsar had been .called back : (dont'scream. little boy); that swing One steps out of the front COMES OFF.Too ,w;.,. e
'from the front by the very Duma is the mptto of the revolution; noise door and
joins red
of
a flag procession Then look- on the other aide-at the fellows who
all
spend
and many bouses are without ten. they
which he had dissolved When H-, disturbances were frowned down. .
arrived in Moscow on Monday morning Such had been.the chronological sequence students program marching is entirely to disorganized.the Duma 'Our In ants false on account ol to their let appearance.It's I| male-they may hue a,good time for a while, but what does their J

I was having,my breakfast and of events in Petrograd 'and this country the firmest plans are use:: stay vnpalnted.economy. You not your only property lose personality reflect N '1
he told me the news. I was fairly Moscow., Minor details have not been leas for they will surely be changed by revenue, but Itsj value and life are
knocked'out for it was indeed news to lacking. Yesterday la the hotel at i fate. One must have a general\.point lessened to a marked degree A' dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the
,. me.' And, of eoul'8fli the same news ranch, a committee came up and ordered ''in view and strive in a general way to The expense: cam down with him on the train and, the kitchen closed and most of' attain it, giving less than the loss thus Incurred.. '
svs.'we.wer;
., went by ,the hotel, singing. I our waiter brandishing his fiat irf the making headway in the calmer water. before lot lie puts the "for rent" alp on. book win pare, the way. .
I us tell you how little It will really r
hall never forget the thrill. The face of the manager as he went. Today ,My goal is the front, Now, when and coat to paint bouse'wltlvUAS' .-'
you your stock .
4" revolution was on here, too. There he brought us breakfast as if] in what capacity I shall attain it restson TIC I AINT-"the kind that'lasts" It's Capital ---?---..------- --..:_ ___ $100,000.00

,were crowds: of people front of the nothing had happened. This morning .1 the knees of the god. the best paint for'you to use. The Resources.. ever. ....-____________.._ 400,000.00.
'Duma,' which is situated! opposite the they brought In all of the political I I doubt if there is very much open. purest white! lead and sJne-ozlde. 50 'r ....
i (Sacred Yellow Gate which leads to. prisoners, all haggard men white I ing here for.nerat American trade. per cent each, around In; pure linseed ,Officers and.. birectens ,<
y .the Red Square.- On the Duma itself hair, ,all that political prisoner They do not want us or need us..What 4111., ro Into It. That's) the reason I 1
the wd flag..was fling .W./_"gled should be./. to., .the Duma. 'Two ;they do need and what they want bad. It stood the test of time of halt a een.tnry C. A.'CARSON, President M.K4TZ and E. L-LESLEY, V-P.'

'rwitbtbv n wds and ..tehed., /Tru e pam&r'IiI1tae.r track fall of.them and., the. (crowd. ly is our capital. It .is doubtful if figure, with Dont you put at oft once.painting'..A.for, let free 1Ja ROMA.THOMAS, CaaUer '
> : : The.awMiera grimly, wept as i they.went- Ut..1t>wa* all :(!there will be much; trade,".bat there paint booklets and color card. .

"aDd the people wbeecIkrc 'very wonderful '.At-first-the crowds;'Iwill; be'financing,on .i large I i scale ,N'/C CL'BRYAN.C. N. B. CARSON rlL KATZ '
AX.they wabelmrthem alongside....... wb+worried;and ...afraid, gradually Everybody t* convinced that the cheap Oscwte 'Hardware' Ci.Ki.aiimme4. CARSON. '8. FLEMING. : &,4
LESLEY.
became .
..- not to shoot and sayingEJ&Si they more and more conMsnt'Jait !:German (merchant ,'will S n !a''bPlMe . ,J..WADK TUCKEB. DJre* i
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all they wanted wme and l'OOCI-toNct. and. d& ,, here when Uw I. I _.. ;
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us issue uses I iii HI III ii I pulsory The County 8 .";. ''after, then U shall'b. the .duty of the NOTICE FOR APPLICATION FOR TAX '.. ...... . . ... ...... ...NO+NNHrNN+

III. and of Publlo Instruction Attendance Officer upon the recommendation PEED UNDER' SECTION' Ire AND :
I of a OOUAty In which a compulsory ef the Board of Public InstrucHtlon
o LegalAdvertisement's school attendance election has to prosecute forthwith such person en, OBNBRAI TATUTES OF THE .

I been held, and three-firth of the vqtee In the name of the State of Florida. before STATE. OF FLORIDA., :
legally cast at such election In a 8pe. any Justice of the Peace or Coun.ty .
: clal Tax School Dl.trict.Scheol Board Judge, of any county town or district Notice U hereby given that 8. F, : $15 (
District or In the whole county.. WH In which the prosecuted reside Moore .
purchaser ef of Tax Certificate .
part
"For Compulsory School Attendance" All fines collected shall be turned over )
.. n shall at the first t regular meeting to the custodian of the County School No. 171. dated the

thereafter publish'that the following Fund, and may be used by the County July A, D 1614 has Fled Bald certificate . r ;

FOR compulsory school attendance laws will Board of Publlo Instruction for the enforcement In my office and has made application .
ATLANTA
NOTICE I LI ATION bo ;n full force and effect thirty days of this Act or for other pur for Tax Deed to Issue la accord '
thereafter In th* Special Tax School poses .
ance to lair said Certificate embraces ,
District. School Board District tr In ITS. The Attendance Officer shall the following lands la Osceola '.' ,. :, ....,
I>e.artsBat ef the taterler. the county as may have been Htr have the right to .visit and enter any FI to-wlti County. '
V. .. wad Ota** al OalaeevUle.. Pea, mined by the said.t/Uctlon. office, factory, of business. house em It''io of the Seminole Land andInvestment : \ '
...- a. ...,. 1<.. Every parent tua> the purpose of enforcing Cpmpany's subdivision of I. and return "" ? .
In charge of, or control of 'a childor the ,provision of this Act; all of Section Twenty-six (II)). Township "
Notice is hereby given that Rufus F children between the ages of eight when doubt exists ... to the age of a Twenty-six (38)) South, Range : "
Ytoese of Orange Center, Fla., who on and fourteen years. and residing within child he may require a 'P afddavtt.:: at.tested Thirty (10) East. -
August S*. 11S, made Homestead entry a Special Tax School District a School birth certificate,'or asto The. said lands been- assessed In the .
No..010sT5, for W,," and Board District or a county advertised the ace of any child. name of Seminole Land and Investment e
NWH of 8WH. S."tlon11. Township S4 as under the following compulsory: ITS. Every Attendance Officer shall Company at the date of Issuance of 15-16-17 L L
m.. Range-S E., Tallahassee Meridian, school attendance provisions,, snail keep an accurate record of all notices said certificate) unless said certificate JUNE ,
has filed notice of Intention to makethr.e cause such child-or children to attend served, all cases r.ro..cuted.. and all shall be redeemed. according to law 7
-y.ar proof, to establish claim to regularly the publlo school of the district other services shall tax deed will Issue thereon on the 16th "
the land above described, before Clerk In which the child or children reside make an annual or'pabJlc of r the same to day of June A. D. 117. Limit' June 25
Circuit Court at Klaslmme. Florida on not lees than eighty days of each the County Board Instruction witness my hand andofficial seal :
the SOth day of July 1917. year between the ages of eight and on blanks furnished by the-8tate Superintendent this the list day of May A. D KIT.J. ,
Claimant name. as witnesses: fourteen years of each child; the periodof of Publlo Instruction, In U OVER8TRKBT, :
T. H. Keen of Orange Center Fla.J. compulsory attendance shall com. the manner required and oftener when Clerk Circuit Court. Osceola County. ,
W. Baaa, or Orange Center Fla, mence with the beginning of the school demanded by lhg..Cr:1u Board. State of Florida
J. J. Keen of Orange Center Fla. term nearest to the eighth birthday of 1T4. It a of all prln. (Circuit Court Seal Sl-Et : VIA
Randel J. Keen of Klsslmmee, Fla. each child and shall cover a period of clpals and teachers to co-operate with ,
ROBT. W. DAVI8. six consecutive years thereafter except the Attendance Officer In the enforcement OF
It-It Register. as hereinafter provided, of this law. To this end It shall NOTICE ELECTION :
bs the duty of the principal or teacher Atlantic Coast Line
165. Continuous attendance
uponsome .
In charge of school In which
SOTICH OF EXECUTOR other ..school public, private. or every the of eight and pu tn compliance with the law In such : .

church for eighty days of each. year fourteen years are ages. Instructed, to keepan cases. made and provided It Is hereby Standard Railroad of the South
1. Court at Cnmmtr ".<.., during the sues of eight and fourteenof accurate record of the attendance announced and declared that an election .
fa...y. State ef Flerlda 0..1.1 any child may be accepted In lieu of of all pupils,, to render weekly reportsto will be held at Union Center Os r
attendance u"on'a local public .school)] the Attendance Officer asd the County ceola County. Plot-Ida Special Tax .
I Provided further That any private or Hohool District No. I, on Tuesday June .
Is re Estate ef Jeaa W. TIo...._. church school receiving for Instruction Superintendent, of all l pupils Imperfect of Public I In Instruction attendance 16th. A. D... KIT for the purpose of determining ........ ... .. . . ... ..... ... . .. .. ... ....... .. . '4f

-. I pupils between the ages. of eight and showing all absences. excused and who shall serve as school
Notice Is hereby given to all whom fourteen years shall keep. such recordof unexcused. In trustoi *. of said districts for two years ,
and the case-.of an excused ,
1t may concern that on the. 12th day olliecember attendance of said child or chlldre/i absence to slate the reason for next after the .election and to fix the ,
A. I>. 1817. I shell to and will render. such reports of the which the pupil was excused. number of mills of district achool tax rlla yf f a ;_ P
the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge ol same, as are hereinafter required ol ITS. It shall be the. duty of the to be levied and collected. annually for ,
raid. Court as Judge of Probate, for my teachers. of public schools: otherwisethe of Public of the said two >eara. -
final discharge as Executor': of the estate attendance upon any, auch private ::hntof1d to cause, this instruction Act, to be The following were appointed to act
nf ''John W. deceased;: or church school refusing neglecting published separate and distinct from ''at' said election: J. K. HlUlnrd: U. K.Harvey .
'and that nt the .Thomr.nn., I will prerent to keep. such records and To make such -publication of the Acts of the Legislature , will Hughvy, Inapectoia. ; 1. HWathtrbue. .
my final accounts aa Ex.cutorotoald reports shall not be accepted In lieu olattendance In full in some pub \ Clerk.
estate, and ask for their approval' upon. public school. the county. If there newspaper be. one andIf I'one by order of the Board of Public

Dated June 11th. A. D 1917. 188. K.e.ptl.a*.-This act shall not hrnb none, then to distribute and Instruction Osceola. County Florida. 5 5Y
EDGAR D. HOGAN. apply In any case IA which the cMld'i give It the widest circulation In the this 7th day of Mar, A. D. KIT. Spray Pumps .
2 . by any competent physician before prior to the opening of the schools for Attest, .i
'\$! SHERIFF BALE any court having jurisdiction under the school year, 1B. C. E.- TOWEL. Superintendent.OK Insecticides i'ilf
this Act renders It. attendance Impracticable and annually.thereafter: nI1Inu'r.ir. dis U-S.

la the rirealt Curt i *;the Sevea Ja- or Inexpedient:, or In' any cretion: be necessary.
rase. In which the child resides. more. ny order 01 the Board ofPublic, 'Inlv. NOTIl'1! SPECIAL! ELECTION
IA :udcSeSSMiriu\ ,aMA11latrat.t.V ... .r..Pa1.. .., _. rameane deathto out
"e _
l.....,.. Fl.r des tham'tww tulles"by'the-wegrsxt'tra-.etedroute l ltrtfd.o'hnr' 'oru1rt .. 00 li.K- .":; _
from the school house and transportation C. BABE Chm. WHEREAS, at a meeting of theBoarcl..of crop enemies we have lull stock
I I. not provided. erin any case C. E.' YOWELL, Supt.'of.,, Public In.L County Commissioners of Os
Varssers *, Mevasales. National Beak of extreme poverty In which the services S -UNOTICH ceola. County Florida, held at Kls-lm- -of. the Right Material and the Dad
.f .'.._.....11.. l a Baaklasi l....
sw of such child for Its Florida
are necessary Osceola May
I bee, County. on
Machine Our experience date from
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o/ Its
the own Board
own support or support FOR PUBLICATION 7th A. D. K17 the having con
... parents attested by the affidavit of aldered a petition theretofore presentedto the very Brit s raring In Florida
i '<-..hrlae ('.'Ks>Is> ... Kls er K., feela,, Its parerit. or parents. and of uch witnesses y by than (
them.signed more 'twenty-
,Her II..... li 0.1........ as the. Atteqdance Officer may Drpartsaeat .. tke lsj.erie.. V."". I...dOfltee five p..r'cent of the duly registered. '
require; or In any cue In which ..aldrarent. .at .Ualaeavllle* via., Mar .*. voters, who are freeholders residing BEND FOR .SPRAY CATALOOCK.
Notice l. h.r--.n; ( ; that., under ,. guardian, or other: person hav 1017, within the territory therein and hereinafter
and by virtue of an atlas execution Issued ., ",.- or control of a child shall Oscar described. which It Is proposed to
i I out ,of the Circuit Court of Osce.la show before any magistrate by affidavit NOTICE I loulII'hman given that constitute Into a Special Road and Wilson & loonier
::1 l d .. of Florida. In the of himself and of such witnesses H. Britt of Florida, who. on Bridge DJatrlct. asking, the said Boardto fee'c.
+I above entitled cauae. on, the 10th lay as the Attendance Officer. may require,. April I8. 115, made Homestead Entry I call an election to determine whether Manufacturer* of
No. 01114 for
'f j of May. A IX 117 upon a Judgment that the child Is without necessary 8VV14 It of Tallahassee[ or not aald territory shall be constituted -
< rendered In said Court on the 8th day. books and clothing for attending. ship II 8', Range E.. Into a Special Road and Bridge Jakyle.
of August. A. D. 111. In favor of the school and that the parent Is unable to Meridian, has tiled notice of Intentionto District and the roads and bridges proposed
.i plaintiff and against the defendant In provide the necessary books and clothIng make claim. Commutation Proof to establish therein constructed and paid for FodaWATERS i
1 said cause I have levied upon the fol- Provided, That when. books and to the above described, before . as specified In said petition I and
Cleric
" 'lowing described real estate, lying and clothing/ shall be. provided throu..hcharity Circuit Court, at Klsslm.mee. WHEREAS, thesaid Board having, /
'r being atluate In the City of Klsslmmee,. or by other means, the child I2lT.. Florida on the,13th day of July examined considered and Investigated / -
. Oeeeole County Florida: shall no longer be exempt from school said petition and found that the same
Lot Eight (I). Block Beven (7). In attendance under thla provision; Provided Claimant names Sis witnesses: In all respects compiles with the law !
W. W.
, the town of Klsslmmee City, Florida ai further. That when a Brltt eif Louffhman. Florida. and that It is signed by more than 4
misconducl; H. J.
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.hown and described on the plat of the charged with Inefficiency, Popeney of Loua-hman. Florida. twenty-live per cent of the duly registered
J.
R. Co.'a survey of the or cruelty. such charge being made In R. Collins of Loughman Florida.. freehold 'voters residing within
town hIK"II.'m City Osceola county writing and filed with. the Trusteee. of John Hamburger of ouKhman.. Flor said territory, has ordered an electionfor

Florida. Clerk of Circuit Ir''b County the County Board of Publlo Instructionby lit ROBT. W. DAViS NOW THEREFORE, notice Is hereby -
. Florida a* the property of one of a parent, or guardian of any child Register.1HERIFF'4 given that a special election will beheld "
. the defendant Cathrlne C.. Kulp. divorcee attending the school being taught by on June \\rel-d D.clt i within ,& CARSON GROCERY CO. Local Agwlseo
and I will on the Snd day of such teacher then the attendance of SALE asld territory 'whichIt ,
" July,.A. D. KIT. the same being the such child shall not be enforced until Is proposed to be Included In said .
first Monday and the Rule Day of said after a full Investigation of such chargehas I. the Clrralt C..rt fee Ow>ela' Ceaswty. 8peclal Road and Bridge District, to .---- '

J .month between, otter the legal for sale houra| at of public sale In outcry Pont same been was made filed by and the the board said teacher with which' has . State-.l Fi.dda.DEKLEINVESTMENT wit Beginning: at the Northwest cornerof ... . . . . .. . . . .. .>.. ... . ... . .. motM ..fr.;

} -of the Court House door, In the city of been acquitted or exonerated.. CO Section I, Township S( South Range
'Klaalmmee. Oaceola County Slate ol .'a Corporation ST East, and run thence South along
All.waM
Akaeaee
-t Florida the aforesaid mentioned real W. T..PO., ARTHUR E.: PONEQAN.vs. the Range line dividing Ranges S* and I V Cold Storage for Fresh Meats i i
other
or person
,estate and aril same to,the.niftiest and -Ev..r parent guardian ST, to the Southwest corner if Section t
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test bldd.r for In the State of Florida, having. SI, Township 15 South Range ST East;
rt cash.I* IT. INdRAM. charge or control of a child or children Notice I. hereby' given that under thence East along the" township line
i1 Sheriff of Oaceola County. Florida. between the ages. of eight and fourteen. and by virtue of an execution Issued dividing Townships Sf and 84, to the Eggs Etc.
S4-BI years, shall cause said child or childrento out of the Circuit Court of Osceols Southeast corner of Section 16. Township Vegetable;
t-1 ._ attend school aa aforesaid: Provided county. State of Florida. In the above' Si South Range ST East; thence i
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1. -OMPt'LSORY: SCHOOL ATTEND. That occasions absence from such attendance entitled. cause on the tlst day of March Southeasterly along the line dividing
ANCB by any child amounting to (A.. D. 117 upon a Judgment rendered Osceola and Polk counties to the South
not more than two unexcused. absences In said court on the tnd day of May wesfcorner of Section SI, Township ST STORAGE RATES ON MEATS '

; I' (Chapter !IU.'Law..ot.s'U) In four consecutive. week, shall not bi. UK, In favor of the plaintiff and i South, Range Si East; thence East .
unlawful;; Provided further That .the against the defendant In said cause J I along the Township line dividing
,'. lit., Whenever one-fourth of 'thregistered principal or etousdany charge-of, the have levied upon the follOwing.described Townships ST and 18 to the margin of Storage on all Met 1-2 cent pound, Fifteen Day. "
: school, may child for ternporary real estate, lying; and beingaltuaU. Lake Cypress: thence along the North. -
white'voters ot asjy Special absence because of a storm 01 { Osceola county, State' of Florida: ern margin of said Lake Cypress to the
Tax School District School Board, District bad weather, sickness or death In Iti ,All of Sections IS. 20 Jl. ti. 10 and center of the canal connecting Lake Curing Pork ready lot smoking, 1 1-c per pound
or of any county shall file with family, unforseen or unavoidable acci 14. and all of Section 32. except the Cypress and Lake Tohop.kallgathence; *
'County Board of Public Instruction., dents. Excused abaences and the reason ,NW* of the SB'*. all being situate In Northerly along the center line of said Curing and Smoking, 2e .per pound.
at written petitionaskln for an election therefor shall be recorded by'.ald Township IS mouth of Range 11 East, canal to the margin of Lake Tohope
to be held In .uch Special Tax school and shall be reported to the Attendance as uhI1 property of the defendant Ar kallga; thence along the Southern and .
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3 School District School Board. District, Officer aa hereinafter provided Doneiran. and I will on the Ind Eastern boundary: line, or margin of do
or county to determine whether com. ; Provided furthers That In case of day of July K17. the same being the Lake Tohopekallga to the center of the Bring u* your hogs the day they are ke. 'We will.
_, culsory school attendance shall prevailIn protracted Illness. of any child whose first Monday and the rule day of' the canal connecting Lake Tohopekallga '
either of said districts the coun. attendance i Is required under this Actor said month offer for sale at publlo out. and East Lake Tohopekallga; thence the rest. , .
I S ty, It .hall be the duty of the County In case of quarantine. of the home cry between the legal hours of sale In along the center line of said canal to
,' Board of Publle Instruction to order an In" which such child resides, upon'' report front of the courthouse door. East Lake Tohopekallgaj thenceNorth..a.t..rly
",, election In elth.r of, said districts, or Health Officer or upon oertlllcste City of Klssimmee./ County..
r' of the Osoeola i
;; ",' across East Lake Tohopekallga ICE''COLDSTOiIAGE."C0.' '
.' ,", the county. acoordlnrr the. f..tltlon of any legally qualified physician State of Florida, the aforesaid mentioned to a point where'. the 'KISS1Mh' EE \ \ ,,
1 -may request to decide whether to this effect tlje Attendance Officer . real estate and sell the same to the Northern boundary of said Lake
lowing compulsory school attendanceProvislon. shall excuse from attendance such highest and best bidder for cash touches the Range" line dividing\ .

shall School be enforced In School said child until he la fully restored. to U H. INORAM.> Ranges SO and SI; thence North along eF00P000000..eee., .6..6.. .. .. 6..6. .. ... .......
-Ppeclnl Tax District excluding - - - - -.- - - - - - - - " .
health or until any quarantine Sheriff of Osceola County Florida said Range line to the Northern ;
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I Hoard District or county In.Iru..tlon the child from school has been U.U .. boundary of Osceola County, the same -
Board of Public
. 1ST. The County -
.tit shall give notice of such election ' raised.168. P...l.,._Any parent guardian. being Townships, the S4 Township and; if:I line thence dividing West I O..C. Bronson, Inspectors. thh 'th. 8h day?L.OVER TREET
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by advertising. the same for four or other person In control of a child 01 NOTICE' OFPer RXgrVTO.t along said Town.hlp'In./' .. to the placeof C, A. Oarrett C.rk) ,
i weeks In a newspaper published. within children ( ." !..! Discharge> beginning' said description Including Clerk Circuit Court Osceola County,
. the territory. If a newspaper be pub. this Act shalltibe guilty oflalmisde- all of the; lands embraced I In Com Precinct No. S: State of FlorIda

" llshed therein but If none., then In'som. meanor, and upon-- conviction by' any I. Cent. Ceaiajly Judge Oaerelaenatr. missioner's Districts numbered. One (1) C J. Lamb Circuit Court .. )_ -I t
L newspaper P:: lt.ohrdl In the ':.ililon. court of competent jurisdiction shall State .f Klorlee. and Two (2)). W. C Senslba. .
ltd. The In such he liable"to a fine of not less. than one la He Estate .f ..... MeLaaa-klla.. C. R Inspectors. NOTICE OF t!
.1 must be registered. as provided. In the dollar and not more than three dollars For the purpose of determining H. B. Brown, Clarlc.' ATTACIU.EI t

, general. law for registrations for special for each and every. offense. And upon Notice Is hereby given, to all whomIt whether said territory shall be constituted I T. ,F. .O. G.4wla aa* All Pers.e.'I.- ,
. elections, and they shall have thename such fine said Road and Bridge Precinct No. JOin ; ,temteeTNotice
failure or refusal to pay may concern that on the list day of District I : aed'the: proposed roads and
e qualifications for. and prerequisites parent guardian or other person In October, A. D. 181 7, I shall to O. Hancock. -
) to voting a. prescribed In electloni control of a child shall be Imprisonednot the Honorable T. Jifurphy! Judge of bridges constructed) and paid. for as H. 1 Patrick, Is hereby a-lven that I, L, H.Infrram. .
,> held, under the general election. laws. to exceed thirty days In the County said. Court as Judge of J> for my specified. In said petition, and only duly. O. Rullvan. Inspector Sheriff of Osceola County, In
f 1 168. The election. shall be held .and'conducted Jail: Provided, That the fine for any final discharge. as robatl' the estate qualined.el.ctorswho are free-holders II. A; Clerk.. the state of Florida have this day attached .
.. In the manner. prescribed,; bylaw first offense, may upon payment of of John Il !; residing.wilhln said territory shall beentitled certain real estate belonging to
for holding genera! elections, except costs, be suspended and not collected and that at the tHn e lime I will pre to vote at said election. The Done and ordered at KI..lmme.; F. C. Goodwin In the Osceolaand
as provided In this Act and .nil until the same person>> be convicted a ...nt'my final acco\inia as Executor of general" description of the roads andbridges this 7th day of state of Florida described., as 'follows .
.uch elections shall be held within second offense; Provided further That said estate, and ask for their approval. proposed to be constructed and fJi7.lda : '
I alxty days from the filing: of the petition. after the expiration of three days' from Dated ,April 23rd A.\D. K17. the estimated. cost of the same. and the ERNEST MACH. Chairman.A. '
/ the time notice Is served liy the Attendance R. E Mcl.AUaHt.TM., manner In which payment therefor Is F. BASH The SEW .t'Che BE&, lhaSWt4 of '
I 180. Inspectors. of election shall beappointed. Officer each and every day a patent " Vprll->-6nios ," V. Executor, to be made Is aa follows: H H (IUYFRANK the SB 14, EH of the NEWexcepting -
: and qualified a. In cases of guardian or other person sh.vl! The road known as the Campb..nfltatlon WALKKR.K. the rlcht-of-way of the
Keneral elections and they due: wilfully and unlawfully keep. such childor NOTICE) OF ADHIMISTRATOR-KOH and.Loughman road extendingfrom U D. OVER8TREET. South Florida Railway; In section' 11 +
vans the vote cast and make returns children from school or allow It or the corporate limits of the Townof Members of the Board of County Com and the, WH of the WH of section ;
of the same to the County Board them to remain out of schol shall constitute FINAL I>1SCIIIIGHIm Klsslmmee. City' to the Poly county mlssloners of Osceola County Flor 11 being In township I south of ran.; ",
of Public Instruction without delay separate offense and anal! line, and running through the town of Ida ', . .
The County Board of Public Instruction ..ubj..ct.l1ch w person to, the penalties Ceeirt ef Ce...r> "..... State .' Campbell said road extending through Att.tl JOHN L. OVERSTRKET AlsoVH of the NWK. 8W* of
,. shall canvass the returns and declare above'prescribed. Klerlea.la Section S*. SI and SS, In Township Clerk, of said Board. and a half )In the NWViof
the result and cause the same to be recorded 18*. The County Board of Public Instruction t South Range It East; Sections' li S andS the IW' of sections 5, In township
as far as applicable, a. providedIn of anycounty wherein any Re Estate .f Prlwllla Bass OsceolsCesiaty. of Township SI South, Range East; 18 S*. '.
the general. law concerning elec district or the county has adopted the Sections SS, SS and 14 of Township ,SS NOTICE OK ADMINISTRATOR Also: th.E of the NEV4 /except "
tions. compulsory school attendance provisions South Range 18 East. and Sections 6and i one-half r. graveyard. ) and a half ln.. '
11. The ballot used In such elections of'this Act shall .... ( of Township SI South Range S8 1st. .. of Ceeiaty Jedsre !State! .' terest In the WH of the NEI(. and !
.hall be plain white paper and printed) to appoint and fix the compensation Notice .Is hereby given, to all whomIt East. half Interest In the 8E% of section ..
:' thereon For Compulsory School At- an Attendance Officer or Officers, naJ may concern that on the 1st day of Also one mete/ more or less, on theKissimmee8t. Flerida. +ownshlp S4, south ,of range S9.. "
D. 117 I shall apply to theHonorable -
August. A. J
:-. tendance. and "Avalnst Compulsory wilL An Attendance Cloud
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remove the same at road, Beginning; at
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'. Attendance ao arranged. that T. M. Iturphy, Judge of said Tou commanded. to appearbefore .
ftchool are
Officer may/: be appointed for one where. the hard-surfacing on r. Estate .1 Del.a hereby
y the. voter may express his choice, as Inthe school or for a number of schools In court, as Judge of Probate, for my finaldischarge said road will stop after the completion C..r.Orloa. the Judge of the Circuit Cour
t Australian ballot, by making aa the discretion of the County Board of as Administrator of the estate of the contract which has already been of O.c..oa counl3 Florida. on '
.cross.mark to the left of one or theother lnstructloiuandroay be, a supervisor of Prlacllla .Baas, deceased; and Jet_ foe. approximately four. jnllea. _of day earn belnx a rule
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of the two lines. or a trustee of a school, or any "that-.t""the'same time I wilt present to road. to ail whom dayof told. roirrtr answer In an action
Notice Is hereby ,
Should lhree ffths of the votes said court my final accounts as Admin of damages In the sum
II I 1(2. who will discharge thduties < iy..n a..ump.t
1: legally cast at any such election be"For suitable. person and th. County Istrator of said .estate and ask forth..l. The above described road. are to be It may concern th,1 the I0th day of of $ ... the Coe-MorUm.1
Compulsory School Attendance: of the position, .. approval. nine (f) feet wide, except that part of December. A. D KIT. I shall apply to Company Is and .
y, then the compulsory school attendance Board may assign an Attendance b. d..medadvl.abl. Officer DatJanuary flat A. D. 1(17. the road to Loughman extending from the Honorable T. M. Murphy'Judge of Ooodwln I Is defendant) Herein lr- '
such other duties as may the City Limits of Klsslmmee to a said Court. as Judge of Probate, formy
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laws hereinafter prescribed shall be In OSCAR BASS or Judgment will b. given .
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Administratrixof
i. for two orforever s.1 tern Administrator.OROER point where the publlo road crosses final discharge as by
'force. In such thereafter territory until another years such 1TO. It shall be. the duty of every the Atlantic Coast Lin Railroad Com the estate of Delma. Graham deceased default L. R INaRAM.
Attendance Officer to take an accuratecensus "'. West end of : and that at the time I willpresent I
election 1 Is held In compliance with theroresrolntr ) right of way at the "am. Sheriff of Osceola Co., Florida.
between the the
of child agesof .
every which roadshall to said Court final accountsas
my
Fair Orounds/
and If three- FOR PUBLICATION. County : JNO. U OVERSTREET.I nr
: provisions:
In his district
C six and twenty-one yeara wide roadsto Administratrix of said estate and '
he sixteen UI) feet ; Clerk Circuit Court..
more of the votes shall be cast .
fi ft h s"Against or In the month of June In each andevery tor
ask their approval. I
r be hard surfaced with brick or asphalt LEWIS O-BRTAN.
: Compulsory School Attend. blank furnished I by th la Clralt C..rt. !State! at Flerida.Ras .
year on ,block. Dated June 1th A. D. 1.17. Plaintiff:"
for
00. U-U' Attorney
8 atnce." then school attendance shall not State Superintendent of Publlo Instruc e JACKIH l ANN GRAHAM.Stdmo . I i
fee In said. territory untilotherwise and All bridges shall b* constructedwhere '
make
compulsory
tion. He shall three peat Csplalaaat Administratrix t
Paeillae Besjnmla. | *
1.4 determined. by an election. legible copies of this census roll which .. De-feadaat. required, of Iron cement or IIOTiCE OK ADMINISTRATOR .1.
-.. B. Beajamla.
held In pursuance of this Act! Provided shall give the name, sex. date of birth, Alvla, wood or either or all of said material. (Per 1"1..1 Disebrge'
That when any such election. Is bold In the name of the parent or guardianwith -.. and of sufficient span to meet the requirements APPLICATION FOR TAT
I' a whole county, compulsory school Attendance .. the postofflce, of every child, and ........10 Jndlelel ...-.1...' Oseeela Cea,.- of the locality as decidedon NOTICI I'lHKR HKrTIO'VS B74 A M57A. la Ceart ef Commtr Ja4s>. .
,r, shall be enforced In any any additional Information demanded. r-IN;. CIIAMCKKV.; by the engineer In charge of the UK'VRRAI. STATUTES Of THE State *)f rierUa >
,,' Achool Board District or districts, of One .copy of this census shall be Sled work. STATE OF FLORIDA.
said county where In a three-fifths vote with the State Superintendent of Public, It appearing by affidavit appended to The estimated cost of such roads and la .K.lee. ef Pklll Make
wa. cast for Compulsory School Attendance Instruction one copy with the County' the bill filed In the above-statcause] bridges Is (100.000.00. and the construction Oecee a Ceea.7
," though a three-fifths vote Superintendent. of Public Instruction, that Alvin Benjamin, the. defendant thereof Is to be paid for by the Notice Is hereby given that W, I, .
I c of the county a. a whole' was castAfralnst 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 Barber, purchaser fnla.l Certificates Notice I I. hereby gl..en to all whomIt
.' Compulsory School Attendance every year, and one copy ahallbs 'preserved state 6f Florida and Is a resident. of $100,0(10.00 bearing interest at the No. lit. ISO dated may concern, tha Tth day of
; ;" Provided also That when any for his I own use, and he shall' City state of Kansas, and that rate of 8% p.r 'annum from date, payable : Bled said September. A. P. UI..1 shall apply' to
auch election. Is held In a whole county th. principal school GOlden the age of twenty-one years;; seml-annutlly; said Interest to be : rft"tt.I.'m fCh and his made the Honorable T.' Judrr.' of
It'r _' compulsory school attendance shall not within -jurisdiction wlth a list ol .. .. ..'ordered that said nonresident represented.bl'o Interest coupons.and to Issue In said Court a* Judge of probate toe
t toe enforced In any School Board District the names of children due to attend the defendant be and he Is hereby Bald be serial bonds are accordanc Bald certificates my final discharge as Administrator of
y or Districts or said ,county. school of which the principal Is In reqlred to appear to the bill of com to be payable at the rate of '15,000.00 ..mbrac following lands In' Osce the 'estate of Philip Mohr. deceased; land
< wherein a majority, vote was cast charge, and the County Board of Pub .. In said cause, on or before per annum for a period of' Twenty ola County, Florida, to.wlt that at the same time I will pre

; ':>. "Against Compulsory School Attend lea Instruction\ shall ascertain without Monday, the Ind day erf July, A. D. KIT Y..ar.. said' electionIn Lots 1, f. .. Block SI, Drained sent to said Court my final aoount. aaAdministrator
.I'. 'I- .ance." though: the majority vote of the charge the number of pupil contained otherwise the allegations of aald bill The places for holding and : Land Co.1 Subdivision Folds. Lot 9. of said '.tat. ." .
;fr ,county as a whole was east "For Com-, In said lists will be taken as .confessed,, by said deIf said territory and the Inspectors Block IT, Florida Drained Land Co.'s for their approval.
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171. The Attendance Officer shallserve .ndanL : 4 clerks appointed for"said .election areas I Subdivision No. t. and Lot IS. Block SO, Dated March ':: Mr." and Mn. J.. Ii: Tucker, with a written or printed notice, 01 Is further ordered that this ordeibe follows:. I Florida Drained Land Co,'* Subdivision A* 1 DROUGHT.
partly written And partly-printed notice published once a week for four consecutive N*. 1. I IS-le-m Adllnl.trat- ,
f" their grandson, Leonard: ; left ,this upon every parent. guardian of weeks In the Klselmmee Valley Precinct H No, N.. 1 Bralton; The said lands belair assessed In the
Grand for the ummer. -e other person having control of a childor Oasetta a newspaper published In of O. H. and '1 '''I
week Kyle
: for Rapid children violating. the provisions ol said county and state. George T. SlngUtary, Sexton name at the data m Savoy of 8 E The Plld.nt'iTI' 1 the
,,; Jacksonville tth Join and compliance on the This 10th May, KIT. R. ft. Oulce. Clerklore. l.elanC
were prompt
At y this Act of the parent guardian, other d.y.1t OVBRSTREET.! Edgar :Kats. certificates! unless II eertfteat. tim f Amerc t unpardonable
:ed little Miss Clara Tucker: who part 'Clerk. Court shall b. ,I"d..med wastefulness and I
by person shall be If any parent, Circuit, It tax deed on the llth 'aut
requipreed. Precinct No> th.rol o
will betheir truest till their return toncemply. (Circuit Court Seal) T J. H."Joiner/ day of .J..e'A. D. '
such notice UI. eztraTaganc* ,
Is served, fall Z. BASH .
official :.. .
W. Bronsoo... Witness my -
.2IotfalL. .. '. ;1j I'.with: the law within three day there ,. Solicitor' for Complainant.. . --' S4-4I ; .aI .

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1'1' 111'1'1"1"0'0"0" tion of any Board c of County Commis. about the enactment of laws by the read a' very convincing article,. which AT MRS. WAGNER'S
sioners.It next legislature covering the recommendations follows: 't u r '
further gives the State Road Department heretofore made"by this In the March number of, the Dixie The King's Daughters class of: the
Society Notes $ the 'authority to designate association, that have not been provided HIghway Magazine, an: article from Methodist Church motored out to the
a .$ certain roads as state roads, which are for. The legislative committee' Hardin county, Ky., says that; on an pleasant country home of ,Mrs. D G.
to be constructed and maintainedfrom to be appointed for the ensuing year, investment of $50,000 of rood bond., Wagner, their former teacher. for a
"1 funds derived from>> state and will doubtless make specific: recommendations they reaped a profit of $500,000. This "spend the afternoon" 'Tuesday, and
(Mrs E. E. Well. Editor.) federal sources and certain other relative to.additional leg- article states that the financial profit arranged' a benefit for the orphanage
roads to be designated state aid roadsto UlaTioln that should be enacted from l. definite and Is fully realized by at Enterprise. This will take the form

I made to all patrons of the Valley Gaxett t* tend item be constructed federal from time to time.. every citizen of the county. of a Tour Around the World, and wiU.
Reqaest funds derived from state and Respectfully submitted, .
Of the "$500,000 profit on the construction be given Tuesday. evening June 26.
r' ; .* Society Events 5* 'th* Editor fr publication b these coins. county sources but with the proviso W. G. BROREIN, .of the Dixie Highway At the close of the afternoon, punch
.' that the county roust contribute not FRANCIS W. PERRY. through this county, they assert that and home-made cakes! were served.
. . less than 60 per cent of the total cost H. C. STANFORD, least
at I. traceable to
$21,000
" - - - - - new
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MIM IIf of construction and guarantee to pro Legislative Committee. money left by touristsA count was
r . . .too.oo.ooooooo.oo. ing. Members are expected to give vide not less than 50 per cent. of the Splendid reports on activities of the kept of the car bearing license tags
t S e ,' three-minute talks on "My Ideal Club future maintenance cost. State' Highway Department :by W. F. of other states than that of Kentucky,
SMITH-LA WSON Woman." Ice cream and cake.wUI be This act also repeals the clause l in Cocker State Highway Commissioner; this furnishing r. btfai for this conservative AWAITING RESULTS
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of served. A pleasant time is anticlrat.ed. ) the former. law, requiringcounties to Special Mapped Highways, by ,M. M. estimate that in seven .
... . .00..0.00.otoo.' Special guest of make a quarterly report of road work, Smith, and Inland Waterways byC.. months of the touring season of 1916,
the. sons and daughters of the club. to the State Road Department. R. Walker wore given comprehensive 21,500 foreign cars traveled over the
(/, home Bedding occur- Secretary. Senate Bill No. 14, which was enacted reports 'showing careful Investigation Dixie Hle' this county. ,1
A very pretty evening at 8:30: at the \ into law, provides for the formal and thoughtful considerationof They lwar.through\ car aver.
red Tuesday, bride's parent Mr. and .0tO'O.ot.OO.'OO OOOO.OOt acceptance of the Federal Aid their subjects. These papers, as 'aged four tourists,'making a total of
} ."home of the when Miss Delina + : P Fund', as for in the Federal well as the report read by E. ,T. 84,000 tourists, and they estimate the 1
Mrs. G. B. Lawson,
c act -The funds provided>> by the Federal Woodruff of Sanford received '
"Blanche Lawson was married to Mr. + KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S CLUB. 0 were amount of money these touriots left in
Charles Edward Smith of Oveido The -> 41 government,. are pro rated as follows by the audience with appreciative ap the count per capita at the small
Rev. O. : One-third on a basis of population plause.When. twenty-five cents each, .
was performed by oot. 000<000 00 U.o-o.o .0-
ceremony
,' one-third on a basis of area of the election of officers was
while making a total of $21,000 from this
B. Falls of the Baptist Church, the state, and one-third on a basis of readied tl.e directors reported that There Is no such thing as "await- ,
M're.. Frank Jones played the entered wedding attended The work of the Kissim ,', march. The happycouple, nn's Club during the summ months available for 1916'are $56,000; 1917, the unanimous choice pf all present at not accrue and accumulrte by chance rid of bUR'II-with Fenole.
by the bride's sisters, Misses and will be under the direction of :Mrs. W. $112,000; 1918, $148,000; 1919, 224. their meeting, but that they were pre. bull through the efforts of the peopleof With a Roach or Ant Food, a Vermin . .'y
Bessie and Janette Lawson B. Makinson'', first vice president! Owing 000, and 1920, $280,000; making in all senting his name over his protest. The the county in bonding and building Trap, you wait 12 to 24 hours 't)
and Joe Harvey.
Mesas: Frank Jones to the terrible war crisis, the clubs approximately $840,000 during these general meeting ratified this action, the Dixie Highway. to see results. With Fenole the
The bride wore a pretty taffta.coat. all over'America will assume different Fenole
very instantaneous.
results
years.. without) one dissenting voice.' L. A. If this will apply to Kentucky, how are
suit with a rose hat. lines as the conservation and This law also provides for a one- Whitney Pinellas county, was first much more will it apply to.. Florida, goes right'after insects, follows
Immediately after the ceremony an economic: feature will taker a more half mill levy for the ensuing two vice-president; lion. F. W. Perry of where"good roads makes countyor them into their hiding places(fig
informal reception was held, while the prominent part heretof the earnest years to meet the federal aid appropriation Fort Myers, was elect second vice. section through which they.ny no urativelyspt Bking.it); drags them
'r 'young couple' received wishes the congratulations of their- wish that all I the. club lookon for the years If)1)3, 1917 and president with II. C. Stanford of Kissimmee One noticeable feature of the "meeting but and snuffs out their lives right
and best the matter from this angle. The 1918. This one-half mill levy will net ,'third vice-president. of the Association the note before your eyes. Fenole' get.
of friends. A delicious ice course' and club }is subject. to call for .any emer. approximately $140,000 per annum, Secretary L.. P. Dickie of Tampaand of seriousness underlying wen the ad. right at the root of the evil as

1 ,cake were served gency event. which will fall short of meeting the Treasurer ,J, II. Scales were Appointed dresses, and the frequent reference nothing else can or does.
in a'
>, Mr. and Mrs. Smith took left train cart MRS. J.. M. .WILSON.V JR., federal aid fund by approximately succeed: themselves. made to the present! national crisl.i. It Fenole is sold in your town by]
for Orlando, where they and South tale Caroline President. $28,000 per annum. This deficit will A report from the directors' meeting seemed the opinion= of all that efforts W. B. Makinson Co., J. Z. Rober-:
r for points" in Georgia be' all sum be made up partly by working ..state. held Wednesday evening was then toward hard surfaced highway son. Waters &: Carson Grocery Co.
..I They expect Mr.way and Mrs. : 04M: ii prisoners. read. Present- this meeting were should be redoubled as a preparedness .Quarts 75c; one-half gal., $1.25;
? mer. The guests were : I Senate Bill Nd. 267 which President' T. E. L. gallons, $2.00.Sprayera .
4 4a was enacted Bryan Secretary
well
and Mr. and Mrs. measure, as as from., local inter.
.,, :A .. ..,Story son, '
..-'==>"" '"'J i' l"' 1F-1\f" !,'."" I W.IIIR, ' (\IfQq .I GRJ''4"EQ. -> into law, provides 'that 300 state P. Dickie, 11"Harvey and family, Mr. and Mrs, -> J} G" :cr' Brt uiiCfgalm1'l-te !)/ tlig State- "l-lfiw'-v W.ry- n"frrmborough ==.Wh. n..tn' ..pr xw M dre1\ funds already appropriated for Ml: O. Over-street of Orange. O. P was brought a though Kreolis Disinfe
f Kossler Lawson Mr. and Mrs. JeffBarber up sharp, good- ,Poultry Spray,
the use of this department. This bill Swope of Seminole, W.; S. Ma: w< ll of '
natured
1
'1;' : and family, Mr. and .Mrs. rivalry developed between tant, F. C. KO Flea Router, Disinfectant
Frank, Jones, Rev, O. B..Falls.,. The following announcement has provided originally for the use of 1000 Brevard H. H. Clay Stanford:: of Osce- ,Haines City and Sanford; both places Powder, Floor' Oils, Cedar i
I' 1t t. been received here by friends of Miss prisoners by.the .state..Road Depart- ola, J. Scales of Taylor. being supported by""strong! support Oil Polish, Sweeping. Compound, r
"" 11 '000.00000.0..0000..0.0. Blanche Ingram, who is the sister of ment and for a levy of one-half mill Included their business routinewas era. Haines Ctiy won out on accountof Liquid Soap. Agents for Toilet
r'"r q 0 Sheriff Ingram. Miss Ingram at one for their maintenance, but owing to a request from>> the Dixie' High. its central location and' was pronounced Paper, Paper Towels, Drinking
Z' ,* MRS:BULLOCK GIVES CYCLE 4i time attended school here, and was the financial situation: with the state way,association for, an installncnt the place of the semi-annual Cups, Etc. Write for. prices, sam,
I TEA very popular among the young people, the legislature could not see its' way: payment of $200 on founder's memo meeting,:which will be held some time ples.
clear to make the levy or to make bership. The general meeting
i + who wish her every happiness in per i approv. in December s
: 'U". ""'000 0 00000.000- .00... married life. i i provision for the employment'of a ed this action and voted the amount to The member of the Dixie Highway
.,a "Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Ingram announce : greater' number of prisoners by: the be paid.It association and their friends were Fenole .Chemical Co.
r the marriage of their daughter i State Road Department. was recommended to the general then entertained at luncheon at the
',v. :Although -permanent organization i Blanche Thelma, to Mr. Robert I. i Senate Bill No. 266 which was enacted meeting that they authorize a rep Graystone Hotel, where they were
I of the Red 'Cross>> : Chapter has not as Rayford, on Tuesday, the fifth of into law, provides>> for a single resentative to be present at a convene guests of the Kissimmee.' Board of TAMPA, FLA.
.. ."'yet, been effected, the members June, nineteen hundred and seventeen, I state license tag on automobiles tion to be called by the National Highways Trade. .
are planning an active campaign Newton Grove, N. C. which will be paid into the office ofthe Association to discuss Ughway
I I i... 'for funds to carry on the work. '"At home after June fifteenth, Comptroller>> at Tallahassee. The matters. The appointing of such a .. -
Ji: Mrs. 3. H. Bullock chairman of theenterUtnment Dunn, N. C." rate on all car carrying, not more representative found favor with the . .. ... . . . . .. . . ... . .. .. . ... t
,!:! < committee, entertained than five passengers is $5, cars carry. general meeting and the appointmentwas
t 'her fellow.. members and a few other 0-0000.00000..000000000000. ing more than five passengers and left with the president." }
'jroest*).Wednesday afternoon at .her having a horsepower of more than 25, Another important Measure pre The Silver Sea Hotel \

i'i' 'home on Clyde avenue, with a cycle PLEASANT BAPTIST SOCIAL pay according to a sliding_scale, which sented for consideration was an '. ,
tea. ' tt reaches a maximum of $30. invitation from>> the Florida State ATLANTIC BEACH CORONADO FLA. \
':' Mr. P. K. Weaver and Mn:.s. H.f < o o" 'OO'O t... ..o..t This license tax becomes due and is Automobile Association, which was ,
Bullock, Jr* rendered several beaoti- '- payable January 1st of each year beginning read by M. M. Smith, asking the Central New' under the f Fred Falck.
management A.
'ful vocal numbers for the delighted with January 1, 1918.' The Florida Association to merge with open ;
The Ladieb' ,Aid of thw
'Xnesta. Baptist three.months from>> October to the end their organization., Cult lie best. Shore Dinner Specialty.. Ant aft trains '
church silver social the e. a Meets at ,
"Refreshments of hot tea, ,.iced tea gave a at 'I of the current year will be collected by The directors thanked. the associ-
"and cakes served. handsome home of Mr. and Mrs.N. B. Lion and laid New Smyrna. .'
were the counties, the same as heretofore. the matter on the table,
"EnJoytnl' the afternoon were: Mrl. Carson, on Broadway, Friday night. Eighty-five per cent, of the funds and this,. too, found favor with the $2.50 per Day. Weekly Rates npon' application. '.
Bullock tIra. M., Katz,'Mn. Gay Livingston'secretary : A' number of ladies, assisted by a I derived from the automobile license is general meeting.
; of the committee; bevy of pretty girls, greeted the pro rated among the counties) accordIng One feature of this part of the proceedings Special Week End Rates j

"Urs. J. Wade Tucker, treasurer; Mrs.I] them guests with on their delicious arrival ices and and luscious served to the total state tax paid by each indicating that enthusiasm, /II1l$.,SARAN H. CAM*. 0.._. A. FRED FALCK. Mm*...r ;
'Claud Harper, Mrs. C. W. Dann, Mrs. I county and is. expended under) the on' the good road subject is increasing ::
I*.H. Ingram, Mrs N. C. Bryan, Mrs home-made cake and candies. These State Road Department in the maintenance Was the presenting of several petitions .. 6. 6.****..*.* .6** .* .* a ..i. a** . 0**. .*. ... ...< ,
;, S. H. .Bullock. Jr., Mrs. W. J. Fripp, were served from small tables arranged 'i of state and, state aid roads. from>> tributary hard surface ,. ..
'. lira. P. K. Weaver, Mrs. W. L. Dann on the large veranda and out on the'I Iti sprovided, however, that where 'no roads, asking' that.they. be identifiedand r
and Miss Anne Brvan Carton lawn, where the guests chatted informally state or state roads exists, this
$1.90 was contributed to the fund. while ,they. enjoyed the re may be used for construction purposes .
Each of.those present will entertain freshments.The until a maintenance fund has been way.At the adjournment of the business regular summer school conducted by'' Frank Calkin I. assisted by Mis '
of the social
proceeds will be
iher friends with another of theses provided., The remaining fifteen percent session for the paying of dues., thirty-:
"events within the next two weeks; added to the building fund for this is set aside for the overhead ex- seven new members added their namesto Nellie Calkint. a recent graduate Columbia College, will open on July 16.
I completing the second cycle. Then the band has pledged one thousand dollar of the State the,already list'of
Road
toward,the handsome pense Department.This long good roads and will continue for eight weeks. All pupils who expect to enter are request.
new building
third
cycle will then entertain and so law also provides for certain boosters.
'on. Each guest at these events U which the church, is erecting.: traffic regulation, among which is aprovision Hon. C. Carson president of the ed to report at .the High School on Saturday. July 14, at 9 o'clock. Prices 4.'
'., "asked to contribute a silver to State Bank of
offering relative to the use of dimmers Kiasimmee was the are as follow: V '
the Red Cross,fund. CENTRAL FLA. HIGHWAY which must be applied before first to speak, folio wins: the recess, '
ASSOCIATION HOLDSINTERESTING vehicles traveling in the opposite directions and prefaced his remarks by refer For High School 1 Subjects: |III|| For Grades below the High.Schoel:

>**6 O"O"oooooo'o"o.oo. : MEETING approach each other within ring to a fact brought out by the financial I or 2 Subject*_____$1.25 per week |II| I or 2 Subject*_____$1.00 per week '
200 feet., .This law also provides that reports. These stated that
.. FOR MRS. WEAVER, P instead of dimmers the car ,may be $132 were received from new memberslast 3 or 4 Subjects_____ 1.50 per'week j II| 3 or more Subject__ 1.25 per week :'

+ (Continued from Page One) provided with a form of hoodtarthe year. '""And I remember," he Terms Strictly Cash; Payable in Advance
.0.0.0.00..00.00.0000 lamp four feet above the ground at a said, "that on one: occasion sixty-five .
,, '-, were enacted by the last Legislature distance of 400 feet from>> the -car. new members motored to the Orlando - -
Mr*. P, K. Weaver will be at home pertaining to 'good roads.. I meeting and signed That reminds ....
Senate up.
Bill No. 265 which war enacted
Tuesday afternoon from 4 to 6 at her Report of Legislative Committee of
comment that
me a on meeting
into law, provides for certain
home on Sproull avenue in honor 'of Mr. President: '
made by the Tampa Tribune A SIGN OF SATISFACTION
: If
traffic regulations and weight of loadson you
. Mrs. W. O. Weaver of .
Your
". Lafayette, Ind.MOTHERSTEACIIERS Legislative Committee, believ
want action
quick those
just pester) J.
.
roads, hard surfaced with brick, ,
ing that it will be .
. ... . .. .. ..OOOO ...00 00 OOO..ot.I profitable to the members both interesting of the Cen.and asphalt or concrete. true Kissjmmee of the(Crackers Florida!' Crackers And that is ,.
This law prohibits vehicles from any.. 'Is the oft repeated return of >
':0 CLUB I tral Florida Highway ssociation at where if the movement is vital."
, this time to Submit a brief synopsisof carrying more than approximately C
In speaking of the need of this road those who have once tasted
'O 400. Ibs. to each Inch of face widthof
p legislation pertaining to improved or '
he referred to the here "
early days and
r '.O'O"O.OtooOOOOOOOOOO" tire each of the wheels our soda. They wouldn't
roads enacted at the recent session of considering the audience, in thought traveled a -
: A' business meeting- held the Legislature, the committee submits separately. This law also prohibitsthe retrospective path, recalling the time .. come back if they could get .
was at of tires with
the following report: use toughened surface -
Mrs. Earle Lupfer's home last Friday; Senate Bill No. 18,.which was enacted other than rubber, or vehicles section when no band of steel crossed this better soda elsewhere. Of this ;:
+ nor was anywhere foot
A one
committee was appointed to ask by law, amended the act creat carrying a load any part of which is is
proper authorities to give Kissimmee of hard surface road; when the farm there no doubt.: Visit our
allowed to
ing the State drag.
Road
.a public health .officer. Mrs. W. B. Department by in. ed yoked up his oxen and'drove to Makinson creasing its powers in several re From>> the foregoing: it is apparent some point on the St. Johns river for {
and Mrs. M O. :
Wells
comprise spects. The law amended that all the substantial WATER .
this committee. as author more recommendations a barrel of flour. Then in sharp con for yourself. We won'task ;
It was voted izes the State Road Department to made by the Central !
enter Florida trast' he of the
condition
that, lb.'mlnlsten' wives of Kissim"Wee into spoke present you to come again for
contracts and make rules and Highway Association regarding _
"No
b saying) other state has
made [
honorary ,members of regulation. for the construction and legislation were favorably acted won't have to.
the. club.fins upon. made as great an. advance in this direction we
maintenance of such highways' and Your committee now recommends that
during the two
past as
last years
meeting of the wily ,
year be bridges as may be placed under its supervision the Central Florida Highway' Association Florida. .
'tonight at the
Hart", Memorial, Build-, either by law or by resolu continues its efforts to bring Ha read some surprising statisticson

the good roads situation stating PALACE DRUG STORE
that out of the 64,801 square miles in :
.fit the state, 37,120 are now bonded for
improving its highways; 68 per cent. II OTIS STEVENS Mgr '

tl n .............. ._ ,___ __ - of all Florida is cooperating in this ..o..ooooo..o.oo. .oooo.oioooo.ooooo.ooo.ooooiooo. .
-
-- eau.eThere-are now 7,968 miles-ol .-....... -

.*'. .. completed hard surface rods in tIN _
.. .
. state and when those under construction V
for which bonds have already m"

Do Not been voted have beet completed: the ::
Be a SlackerEvery number of miles will reach: 9,224. '

scratched And he added over,yet."The" surface is not Do You Have Headaches'';?" t

_Upon the conclusion of Senator t .
.
Carson's talk, he was requested to I I l
--
If yon do, we venture, to rafteit that perhaps yon cap W '" yYI \

one who'ha* any ort of yard can raise enough vegetable* '
relieved throncLTthe use .f( a pair of glasses fitted perfectly
for his.o'wn table. A vegetable garden doe. not have to be a "truck Give. i'

i' farm" \ , . t* year.eyes. .At any, rate, don't be discouraged over it because .:.JI,:

I'v..

i Take part of your yard and lay off a garden of radishei, lettuce ear- : w* can relieve yon if yen will take the trouble to" cull| '.q


rot, pea 'and bean in straight row*. It take' lei room and loot, Flowers O. us.We# tie extremely: "careful about fitting, and oar : ii t)

: n te better. / V 1f'
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For".All Occasion *. prices are reasonable.
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S ,Work in' your-vegetable garden as you uied'to'work in, the.rose/ J ""> .t
\ J 4 \0 'LiI!.
a
4 garden.. The, profit will than for the lab .
more pay you r. '- '-, FLORIST
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