Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 22, 1917
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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GOOD ROADSBONDS. EDUCATED MEN, FOR MASS MEETING. RECORD OF NATHAN POTATO CROPPROVES


AND WILL J J. BRYAN
LEADERS URGED AS r .

FOR RED CROSS GOODINVESTME'NT
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CARRY, IMPERATIVE NEED HAS 'NO PARALLEL ;



} OVER 8 101 1 1SATURDAY'S I I Dr. James E. Clarke of the Presbyterian MONDA NIGHT t (By Linton-K. Starr)

College Board, acting not only Atlanta, Ga.j+ June 21.-A handsome
for Presbyterians, but also l representing picture of the late Senator William .
other religious bodies, and the na- James Bryan of Florida, is the most
tional organization known as the Permanent 'Organization Will Be Per- recent acquisition to the portrait gal-
PROVEDA GROWERS ARE HIGHLY PLEASED
t1 ELECTION council of church boards of education, ery of the library of the Lamar

LAND SLIDE FOR BONDS AND, III co-operating with the U. S. Com- fected and Committees Named School of Law of Emory University. WITH RETURNS FOR THIS SEA '. ,
missioner of Education, Dr. P. P. The picture presented by Senator .I
t MISSING. LINK. ON DIXIE HIGH- Claxton,'Secretary of War Baker and Nathan P. Bryan has just been placed SON'S CROP AND ARE PREPARING -

WAY IS NOW THING' OF THE other government. officials, in a cam- to Carry: on the Work of Securing alongside those of notable lawyers FOR LARGELY INCREASED
paign to arouso the American peopleto of Virginia, South Carolina,. Georgia,
PAST.. the nation's pressing need of. a Osceola9 Quota Alabama. Tennessee and Mississippi. NEXT SEASON. IJ IJACJ'tEAGE
i trained leadership. .. Another recent addition to the gallery --
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"Perhaps the greatest mistake is a handsome oil portrait of ,
The Board of County Commissioners made by some of the nations across ., of the Fund: Chief Justice Ji R Dowdelljf Ala- .The termination of the terrible' war
met on Monday morning in special the Ilea" said Dr. Clarke, "has been bama. now raging may depend upon the)
session to canvass the vote cast in the failure to make provisions for replacing -- The Bryan brothers of Florida were rish potato crop it is said, and every
/ Precit.cto Nos. ,2, 3 and 10 or. Satur-: the trained leaders who,have two of the most notable men in the community where this stap e.crop: can
lay's election! to determine wiwnor gone ,to the front, many never to re President Wilson in his capacity. as, 44M 1.X">44444004 M3444444. academic history of Emory.. Senator b. produced la urged to. develop its resources -
these; four precincts should ,constitutea turn. Large numbers of teachers and head,of 'the American Red Cross has *, < Nathan P, Bryan was.graduated with to the fullest extent. ,
Special Road and Bridge Oi tl'jtt.' undsrgraduatcs are in the trenches or proclaimed the week beginning w4th o' PRF.S1OFNT CREATES RED distinction in the class of 1893 and Though Florida may not feed her
.... roadLldea won out a lit- lie buried on flnlds of battle; schools last Mondays June 18th. as Red Cross tROSS.WAU Senator William James Bryan recelvedj own. population she certainly contributed -
.r\liv.lI'' tie;;n osier'* J good:!:,ergRrtcToTiertorefiled ; ;"i1'iwmM1ow"'fn'M! rind'voliegeg-tr6me1osed; .o'czruinaingwith wffskT-whew ""Stti 'Ct m+>'fI'Of't:wHt.i-be- ........"....,..._..+._..;.;::.-..i .-_.... :co.E.wS"..-'t::9i.., -.. . >is:;diploma.withtJbigh: honors....inhe toward feeding other states
I the people are in this part of greatly reduced' attendance and made to realize, a"vast sum for relief o "I have today created the Red! <- class of' 1896. during the presiden his-past' yenrfor, sh: hlpp td'4.06'l"carloJ'dl ", w'sA
the county in having a really good' now. after three: years of war, work.; "A concentrated drive againstthe oGo Cross a war council to whic'.i: will cy of Bishop Warren -A. Candler, of this product since Sep'f
load. thoughtful men are asking, 'What are Germans," some one has termed it, 41 be entrusted the duty; of respond' who held both brothers in high escent. tember to northern: points. To comea.
k The vote showed as follows..; w* ,-oinlt.to .do. for .trained leader' and throughqut the 'country from < ing tqJhe; extraordinary .. little closer home and make a personal
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'. For, Against.Preeinct.No. for the future. ? Boundary to boundary has. surged a 4 mends which' .the. present- tsar V The latter, at"an' early age, won a matter of It; .10000 "barrels of'
f! ., 1____,,__168 '15, ."The.: United States- must not make wave of patriotism that would acknowledge o will make upon the services of <" eat as Florida spokesman in the nation-sustaining, food was produced -
; ; No. 2..T.- 9 1 this mistake, but there is grave danger no difficulty and halt at no o the Red Cross, both in the field < United States senate.. While serving in the neighborhood of Kissim-
Freeing No.. 8.._____ 6' -. !7 that it will be made. Against such obstacle. For the great work of the o and in civilian life. < in.the senate he was stricken with ty mee and was sold for $75,000 in round
j' Precinct No. 1.0------- '5 '0 a blunder Secretary Baker and Com- Red Cross is the alleviation of suffer 4 'he' best way: in which to Ir.o ,- >hoid and died and was succeeded by lumbers; and the industry is just in
missioner Claxton and other national ing, and war-means suffering. pa the ,greatest efficiency; and his brother. Senator Nathan P. Bryan. its infancy. The acreage planted near j' '
J 188 23 leaders are issuing earnest words of The war council of the NationalRed o en :rgy to the relief work which There.is no parallel in American his here was approximately 200. ;which
,Th Board Instructed the Clerk to warning. The danger Ie. that many Cross-started. this campaign to o t.h war will entail will ba to can* 4 tory to the record of the two brothers. yielded an' average of some fifty bar
draw up the necessary resolution to under graduates will think that conditions 'raise $100.000,000 for the work; and 0''' centrate,it in the hands-of:: a sin- rels to the acre." The maximum yield
carry out; the work. The Board then demand curtailment of their Florida's contribution to the fund has O glfc experienced organization which has been reported reached 82
; adjourned and met again immediately preparation for their lifeworkt 'and been fixed at $400,000,. making something o w ich has been recognized by $100,000'VOTED Q 1 IN barrel..to the acre and the highest r
to hear any matters that might come that parents will think that wit prevailing : like .$5,000 for this county.It o lay, and by international-.* known price receivedfor any shipment ,
k before it. high prices and the uncertainty goes without saying that Osceola o ve lon ai the public instrumental was $8 Some growers -
i ;. A committee of citizens consisting of their immediate, they would bet- will raise every dollar of her allot- o ity for such purposes. BOND ELECTION SAT claiming a clear profit of $600 per'
{ ? of H. Clay Stanford J. M. Lee, C. W. ter use money for other purpose than ment. With Kissjmmee will lie the o ndeed such a concentration of acre and in a majority of case this ,
Ward Z. Bass, H. E. Swabey Milton the higher education of their boys and direction of the work, which is even o ad ninistratlve: action in this 4 ante acreage is now growing fine,
Pledger and J. E., Lupfer appeared girls. The very opposite true. The now being vigorously pushed by competent o matter seems to ne absolutely corn. One. man extended his opera-. : k
k. before the Board to urge that the needs of the nation and of the world ,, well organized committees. I o necessary and I hereby earnestly In the election held last Saturday tion to a third crop and has ridge for
i 'work b* commenced immediately and require that no sacrifice be countedtoo Five hundred members?;' it Is hoped,' o call upon all those who can contribute to ,determine whether a special''' road sweet potatoes between the corn rows.' .
pushed to the limit. great inorder to keep in preparatory will have enrolled their names by next ..' either ,:reAt' sums or 4 ,district should be fanned In' Commh' Smith. Becomes Potato Enthusiast'Mr. 1,
Mr. Stanford stated that.the necessity school or college those boys and week when the actual organization of 4 small to the alleviation of the sioners Districts Nos. 1 and 2, and Smith came here come: time ago'
of going to work at once was im- girls not called into special service by the chapter will be effected.. 4 suffering and distress which in- whether bonds should.be issued in the and purchased thirty-acre I tract,
oerative in order to complete the work the government, in order that) they On Monday night; June 25, a mass < evjtably arise out; of this fight 0 amount of $100,000, with which ''to just south of Klssinimee, known: as
by December the' fifteenth the limit may be thoroughly"prepared for the meeting will be held at the Grand 4 foti humanity and 'dei.iocracy 4 pave the' Dixie Highway' from KIs- the Marion Carson dairy farm, with a
provided for in the agreement with ,.leadership which the nation now needs Theatre when Dr. Josiah Morse assistant co tribute to the Red Cross. simmee to Lourhman, the qualified view of apecinliiJng or. trio production
the Central Florida Highway Associ and will need more than ever. when director of the southern divisionof 0 t will be one of the,first and Freeholders spoke in no. uncertain of castor beans. The, bean, crop
' J ation. That Osceola county was the the war la Over."Commissioner. Red Cross movement will be present 4 m< st necessary, tasks of 4 tones In favor of the proposition. "scalded" and proved to be a total
only county in the state which had not Claxton hag Issuedan and will assist in the organization.' 4 th-- new war council of the Red 4 The election carried by a little 10... Friends of Mr. Smith who call,
already provided means for the build- appeal which should be heeded by C. A. Carson chairman and Mrs..W. 4 Cr >s. to raise'' 'great" sums of + over 8 to 1,- and while the vote was ed to condole with him over his dis
:' Ing of its part of the Dixie Highway. every citizen, urging that the number L. Dunne, secretary, have been authorized 4' m< ney for thesupport of the 0 not as large as it might have been appointment,. suggested that he try a "',
.: ,He said, speaking for the committee of, students taking higher courses as a temporary committee on ..work to be done and,don. upon a this can be attributed to the fact that potato crop urging that ho had bought,
i f :. and for the business interests of the should be larger than usual in the Immediate organization/ With these will serve 4 great scale; '0h9pa there was practically no outspoken opposition. fine potato land Instead: of one of the

h i city, that they were very elated over future. He says: 'This appeal Mayor Cadel, 'Mrs., B. B. Simpson. atrattlka.. 'esp nllo _..t. ''t ., and not,.to.a, lack.of.interest I wrest" pieces of l land in the county\
the result of the election'and asked U. mad. on .the .basis -of patriotic Mrs:S. -It.: Bullock;; 'Sr.,'Mts. P. -K. 4." err efforts will be-a demonstration --4 on the part of the voters. as had been II1s1n't ntio""r" :s
tat the convicts be put to work at duty' and he. shows that while there Weaver,. Mrs. J. E. Lupfer, Miss of the generosity of America 0 The Commissioners have planned 'to Mr. Smith fanced! the experiment:
once as the present road was in bad will be an abundance of men for ordin- Anne Carson Captain H., M. Katz, M. + and the power: of genuine practical -, 4 build the road with the convict gang, and taking Harry C. Avant. a joint
'hape. He said that at the last road ary purposes, 'therewill be a dearthof Katz, and Lieut. Lee Jarrell. + sympathy among our people which is expected to effect a great partner, they planted trio thirty acres
'meetnig in Orlando Osceola had officers/engineers, and men of scientific Through the courtesies of E. L. Lesley that will command the admira4 4 saving and will enable them to build on the sixteenth of last February n'
4 promised that the work would be skill in all the industries in the small building on Broadway, tion of the whole world.- considerably. more mileage,,than could Ing 150 bushels of Rose No. 4 seed
K R started on the Loughman road in ninety transportation, and inmany other formerly occupied by the Bryan Real- + (Statement by President Wilson, 4 be done by contract. A committee of and 175 bushels of Bed Bliss; :' "
e' days and that the honor of Osceola places where skill and daring are -just ty Company, will be the permanent + issued May, 10, 1917.) citizens appeared before the Board I It rained the last day of the plai tJ ting
? county.was at stake) in the matter. as necessary for success as in the headquarters for the Chapter. Here 4 0 Monday and urged that they order the that not another shower fell
k J. M. .Lee said that; nothings' the trenches. He points out at some the supplies will be kept the classesfor I .OOOO.tOOOOOOOt+OOOOOOOfO+ grading and other, preliminaries done. from day until the day of digging
'present time was more important to length the pressing need of. the .near I instruction conducted and any right; away instead of. waiting until arrlwMl' which could not be eonildered -
k the county than the building of this future for highly trained leaders, and other line of activity will be carriedon happy and efficient, soldiers. And the bond money is available. exactly favorable conditions
road; that he was In Ocala on Saturday shows. that'youllg men and women which the members may decide to this will require vast sums of money. At the recent meeting of the Central for 'producing a record crop; but in
i and that the people of that. section never had before them such a great pursue.The A statement has been Issued enum- Florida Highway Association held spite 'of this handicap three ears of !
were crazy to get this road away opportunity, provided only that they Oskito Camp Fire Girls, ten in erating the following needs of our soldier in this city, statement was made that ROB potatoes were shipped to Phila-
from us, and that we could hold it no secure adequate training." number, have signified their intentionto : boys that will\ come within the the only stretch of road on the! Dixie delphia and two' cars of Red Bliss
longer than the middle of December. The Hon. Newton D, Baker, secretary joining as an auxiliary and will scope of the Red Cross work: Highway in Florida not built or otherwise were consigned, to Chicago. $8 per
He said that stacks of cars would go of war, said at conference of have charge of the headquarters durIng 1. Hospital and medical equipmentt provided for, was the ten miles In barrel was received 'for No. 1, $1: for
r through here next winter if the road national\ leaders held in Washington two days each week osupplement that of the medical Osceola county lying between Kissim No. 2 and 5.50 for No. 8. Messrs.' '
was completed and that nothing could in May: "The nation will be needing The Fulechee Camp Fire Girls, a department equal to army mee and Loughman. Smith and Avant were* highly .....ti-
i.., ',. push! the county better. educated men even more than ever be- group of eight lasses, .will also join, gency. Equipment to care any for .1,000-emer-. This so-called "missing link" has fled when.they received a congratulatory -
C. W. Ward said that the building fore as a result of this war for the it is said and will like ,the
I assume a responsibility. 000 men ought to be provided at once. now been supplied, and Osceola will telegram commenting on ; ,
T of good roads was not only of importance coming years, and the college must no longer be the subject of unfavor. "highpade/ : smooth, well matured potatoell' ,
'. to the state, but,' in these times, supply them." At the same time he A strong auxiliary has been formedat 2. Recreation and rest facilities behind able comment by the good roads advo they were selling.Mr. '
liar assumed an aspect of national importance mentioned the three things' which he St. Cloud and work under the direction the firing line. Americans on. cates. Smith stated to a. representative ..' "
I I II cdsiBidered most important for the of the Osceola Chapter. leave, unlike the British and French, of the Gazette that b. had become ,i,
E. L. D. Overstrect, speaking for' successful prosecution the war: Miss Kathryn Burns, of Loughman, cannot return to their homes. Clubrooms GRAVSTONE CASINO TO OPEN a potato enthusiast and would con '
,1 the Board assured the committee' First munitions; second, food; third, has been asked to look after the workof sports supplies, books and other MONDAV\ tinue the experiment with a fall planting ;
;: ri r that no time would! b -IOIt in getting educated men. General Leonard organizing. an auxiliary there means of recreation must be. sent --GRAND CLOSES commencing the latter part of ..
i1 to work at once, and thanked the committee Wood in a letter to President Hibben In fact the Red Cross organizations them from America. Manager Beacham August. He is a erect' believer' in ,
." for the public interest it had of Princeton College recently advised in nearby. communities will join hereas 3. Personal comfort kits and small he will close: the Grand announces that labor and considers thorough cultivation a '
f vhown. I I that all students continue their work auxiliaries! just as the work for articles not included in army regula day night and Theatre Satur- o'f this crop will be, well repaid
r- Mrs. B. Weselinovitv, representing until such time AS their services mightbe North Florida is centered in the Jack- tions.! Many thousands of articles and comfortable open the more commodious by increased returns. lie advocates a :
' !I. the; community living across the Kis needed by the government, and sonville .Chapter. from toothbrushes to writing paper, Monday Graystone Casino generous dressing of ."Special" fertilizer -
simmee river from Bassenger-nbout similar advice has been givn by AdJutant The efforts to secure funds for this pipes etc., are needed to take the at the Casino nightThe will be first offering and used last spring one ton to
thirty-six families with the General W. T, Johnson. of things that could not be Mary Pickford .
-pleaded relief work has been pushed for' sev. place in "A Poor Little Rich Girl." Miss the; acre., ,
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i Board to send the convicts to Bassenjrer Comissioner Claxton shows that the 'ral weeks and benefits, entertain brought along. Pickford is very-popular with Kf'ssim- These growers are taking advantage '
" t in order to build the approach to 350,000 students in colleges normal ments and !social events have been ,One of the outgrowths of trenchwar audiences ,' of the "perpetual growing season"fortwhich
mee and
the above .
; the new bridge on the left bank of technical and vocational schools of given to increase the sum in the has bee nthe alarming spread of is said to be of her best. play Florida Is far famed, and a fine )
',. the river. She said that 506 feet was half grade constitute only about one treasury. tuberculosis all through Franca. This one field of corn, just going out of the
r all that was needed to be built, but of one per cent. of the populationand must be checked and stamped out, not milk waves its long blades over fifteen .x
that the work would consume more that the continuance of. this num- Kissimmee has already felt the tug only. for France's sake, but for the THOMAS IS AGAIN EXONERATEDThe acres of this farm, and between*..
; time now that the rainy season hactegtin ber of young people in college cannot at the heart strings when safety of our troops when they arrive these rows, which were planted 84
that the lower the productive capacity of the Company B, of the Florida National abroad. preliminary hearing of the case t
\., ; people on the right of Inches apart,',will soon be growing' ,
the State W T.
bank of the river country to appreciable degree. On Guards, marched away just a bunchof vs. Thomas came on ,
for
were suffering any The duty of supplying these needs sweet potatoes, to mature before the
home boys and thrilled with pride before Judge .T. M. Murphy in the
th ,other.Jiand.lhejieed. ,of. trainee '
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.1a.-thia-approacMs-there-was-no-achool, from lies-partly-with Osceola-county.- The CountyJudge'sCourtonThursday .prlngplanthIJL? __ ... __ _
whentheyTreturned; their months -
I postoffice or grocery store on theirvide leadership is so great that every effort effort here will be carefully systematized E. L.'Lesleys ranch at Campbell ;
t border morning. The defendant
and that some of them and their should be made to increase the of service, a splendid companyof was represented -
to obtain the best results and it Station produced a fine crop of this r
soldiers. by Cary( D. Landis of DeLand.
.' children percentage of those who take training
were obliged to cross the should have
the support of men and The staple this lIe.son. from an eight-
state's
river in order for such leadership. And now the fiat has'gone forth attorney, lion.Joseph H.
+ day to exist.
every women, young and old. What would Jones made motion that the acre tract which was planted the mid-
.I b The matter was discussed by the i that our boys will see active service you not. be willing to do'to' alleviatethe ht dismissed.a Defendant's case dle of February. Mr., Lesley sold, .
Board,and it was decided that on account FRIENDS OF INDIANS TO or if not our boys,' some other boys suffering of even one wounded sol to the the Attorn.yobjected $2,300 worth of "spud. and conllderf
of lack of funds this work MAKE VISIT CAPE SABLE will carry the stars and stripes to support dier who. has been a victim{ --of bulletor that reason motion given on for ground ing the fact that the total cost of producing .
no was the
mo
: could not be carried out until the new the war-worn countries of Eur- shrapnel T When you join the Red tion. Judge did not exceed $615 it would "
, tax books were opened in November ope and these boys deserve America's Cross Chapter you do so with the until 2 o'clock Murphy when the adjourned state's attorney court certainly be considered a good investment ,

l Several of the) member expressed J. M. Willson, Jr., of Kissimmee, accompanied best. knowledge that your dollar and your made the same motion on the Mr. Lesley did not figure the ')
'. ';', 11. their deep sympathy with Mrs. W sel- by J. E. Moseley and Bert The government will see there Is influence will help provide the comforts ground of insufficiency of evidence. cost of labor to grow these potatoes
-. It, Inovits and for her people, but stated Wihding of Goth Mr. Hudson Mr. nothing lacking in 'equipment and material and necessities for America's Whereupon the judge dismissed the as he said, ". keep my help the year
)',{ ,- f that it was impossible'. to have the Hill and son, and virs. Stoneman alof to make them efficient fighting soldiers in their fight! for the securityof ease.' around, and have to pay them. anyway r.
., ,:. r. work. done now. Winter Park were Miami visitors men' but with the Red Cross' lies the our very. homes and for universal ." .
The Board then adjourned' on Saturday, visiting this city among privilege of keeping them healthy, peace. ON BROADWAY LOT S. B. Aultman another of Klsaim-: '
;,' iaZ other places on their tour of the East], ., mee'ff potato kingsplanted' sixteen:'
{ Coast The has on to 1 acres on his.farms, we.t'C of) the city.
; MUST ATTEND SCHOOL, group irone
' MASS MEETING HELD TO BOOST FOURTEEN PASSED TEACHERSEXAMS. W, B. Makincon, had the debris of
Cape Sable; and on the way are visit Here harvested. in round numbers
Enrollment of school children by attendance DIXIE HIGHWAY BONDS the recent flr clsrred from the old
ing Homestead and] Royal Palm State i 9,000'buahele of potatoes, selling the
officers has begun' in this Brandow opera huc se lot on Broadwayand '
Park. 'crop for about 250000. H. has followed
district and' in the St. Cloud district, Known all over the state as a friendof The mass meeting held at the bandstand The teachers' examinations were the ground plowed r.nd' planted in with corn w a second crop; in
both having taken advantage) of re- the Indian Mr. Willson needed! only last Friday ,evening f to arouse held at th.county courthouse last sweet potatooc. )lie has 24 rows 140 fact has thirty-five acres of corn now
: cent compulsory education laws. rv to be 'introduced to several of the Sem- interest in favor of the $100,000 bond week, and twelve white and four' negro feet long anti guesses are already growing which promises splendid re
This is a move in the right direction inoles in the city on Saturday when issue to paVe' Osoeola county's sectionof applicants took the examinations made as to how many'bushes will bo turns. .
( and .is one of' 'many' indication he was accepted at once. Mrs. Minnie the Dixie Highway was sparsely at- All received certificates with the exception made onthe lot. Just forty years Mr. Aultman expects to increase his

'al,, {, that Osceola county. is making rapid Moore-Willson, the authoress. who has, tended op account of ,the ,inclement of one white and one negro. ago says this!.! the lot when old-timers Kissimmee potatoes potato acreage next spring;: to cover
4 advancement, Heretofore, the children the interest of the Indians so muchat weather State Superintendent Sheats has or- grew on wasa thirty acres. .
who would need schooling most heart in this state,-is the wife of W. J. Stead vice president of the dered that-certificates be withheld group of house, the center of troJe Gold Mine on Reedy Creek'
In their struggle for maintenance Mr. Willson. board of trade, presided over'. the until investigation be made as some for the cattle interest of tnis section; Dr. C,' L.. Hyatt;-seems to have un
and .
were being allowed, by indifferent parents -, While this auto'party Is out on a meeting and introduced the speakers.H. of the questions had gotten out, in deserved" its pseudonyux "Cow- earthed a gold mine out at his farm on,.
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t'' ; to grow up'without even the pleasure trip. Mr.' Willson will take Clay Stanford C. A. Carson,,and some of the counties. simmee.} ,, Reedy Creek. Her he had three acres
'rudiments of education. But every the opportunity to visit the homes of Dr. W. B. Witherspoon made,,' short of heavy hammock land cleared and ;
E t community must feel the blush of the Indians and explain to them their addresses, and urged -the voters to : The marriage of Miss Verdi Crewrdaughter planted to potato. the last of .January -. '
;shame at the influence of the most il- privileges the land grant passed bj: turn out on Saturday and cast their C. R. Jenkins of Southport has.already of Mr. and Mrs George L. This land produced 82 barrels of
literate 'citizen within Its border as the last legislatureLewin . >rotes in favor of-the bond Issue. .set out fifteen! acres in sweet potatoes Crews, to Ray Marsh at Avon Park spuds to the acre, 90 per cent of these)
' ''well' as glow with pride at thj literary' This was the regular' evening for and wiU plant ten more just as June 12th is announced.: Mr. Marsh faa grading, No. 1. The doctor sold his tk:.
...st attainments bf Its most cultured; so the band concert and the boys were soon as it rains again. nephew of Pat. Johnston'. and .attended crop as follows: No. lfc $7.50; No. Z &. .
\ why allow Ut.eracr. say the voters in ( O'Bryan left tor Tallahassee on hand to open the meeting with several ,I school her some lime/ ago $6.50, and NoJ 8, 550. The clgria ,t.
i : two 'of the county*. most populous. Thursday, Mr, O'Bryan expects to return selections;.then gave way for. the P. Mc-Cu&heoif! of St Cloud' wax in where he was well liked b young II I /I I-M-I-i-ri.nrLn.ru ij JVLTJU *, **:'J

districts.. on Saturday. meetings- / .town, Tuesday.. : .? L,,.... I I (. Continued. on pagti 4), ''A ; .
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I want to thank you, friend. i ';a)'.this to you, my friend? In 'ibis hour of the nation's aud'all the
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V' .'world's need, American who loves
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.,You must know the heartfelt gratitude of ?' Surely, I can if you are a member of the ,
his country and his fellow men I asks:
a father with an only boy. Red Cross--or if you send in your personal

r' subscription to the Red' Cross now--for "What can 1 do? Where can I help?"
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and proud. many a father's son will come out of No
He went" with the troops. was .
Man's' Land by. ,the aid of the dollars that

go to swell the subscription, list of that For stalwart youth the path of 'duty is

& But I've had many a heartache since. great enterprise of humanity. plain. Our country and .humanity needMctittoiflght
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Theyjsaf lOOOOO,000onlyja..: 'smnll.fractloiiTiiow, . andbecause
roroHjBfe HfpRll4PMMl>iufW l iJU Fn wv y-rnSwtM -- tlie7'foMndTliTm'jusFiHHme7Did Join tPdtiy"-uinke'" this your Red Cross but a tithe almost, or worst, can thud serve.

your dollar bring my'boy back from Day. Count this the chance to do your bit For all who cannot enlist to seek "the great

-'-for this country must have two million prize of death in battle" or who are not
No Man's Land?
members of the Red Cross $10OOOOOOO needed in those ranks, as yet, there is

Did vour dollar take the stretcher' so in subscriptions. ( .', another enlistment. It is under the. ban '

close to the thick of the firing? ner of the Red Cross* Enlisting.there all,

old or young. man or woman or tender
Did your dollar give him the water he President: Wilson, himself is president
child, can proudly soy:
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r of the Red Cross and as k that one million
pleaded for in his delirium?
''r + men and women enroll their-names as '. ..

subscribers to the Red Cross-at $1, $2, :
Did your" dollar bring him back to the. "I too am deserving well of the
I f $5,.$1O $tOO, $1000, $10,000 or $100,000. Repub
base hospital where they gave him almost lic." "Fight or Give'is our' Battle Cry!

N j'' a mother's care. ? '

t He does riot ask that you do anything .

'. I want to thank you, if it did--.for your else but pay your subscription and then if .This is Red Cross week and we ask. that I

r dollar, has given me back 'my boy--.it has you wish to 'secure 10, 25 or 100 new subyou do this by becoming a supporter of the
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brought him back to me out of No Man's scribers, do so if you wish.. No. further Red Cross. Send vour cash or your check

Land where many-sons are going, where service in the field or elsewhere will be today-$5, $10, $100, $1000, $10,000 or-

many will remain. required. tOOOOO.-glve to your very utmost.

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4 price'' is"on. dollar per'colony of ten VEGETABLES ,
Your beetles. There i is no fungus that controls DRYING FOR HOME USE 'I .f 1
% the cottony cushion scale., Miscible
Country oil i is a partial control and the -- 'The Favorite Store ,of Kiimmee j I" :
a best spray that"" un be used but the
result are not definite and are in no Many vegetable and fruits which LIMA BEANS Lima bean can be
way to be compared with the good often go to waste. can very easily be shelled from the pod and dried. If
work of the Australian lady beetle, conserved for home use by a simple gathered before maturity when :
k the vedalia. process of drying, which can be don young and tender, 'wash and blanch
on the average home. Dried products from five to ten minutest Length of FURNITURE ? 1 '
Rose require no outlay for expensive con. time for blanching depends upon size '
Please tell me how to control blightof tainers and can be stored almost Indefinitely and maturity of bean. Remove surface ,
rose. under proper conditions la moisture and dry from three to .
Answer: The ordinary leaf blightof relatively small space. One hundred three and on.-halfhours at same temperature -
roses is controlled with Bordeaux pounds of fresh vegetables will average for string beans. '
mixture. This should be used at the ten pounds of the dried.: roduct. DRY SHELLED BEANS-Different -WE HAVE IT !
rate of one pound commercial Bordeaux Vegetables and fruits if properly kinds of bean, after maturing
paste to seven and one-half dried retain their natural flavor and and drying on the vines can be treated
'RAISE MORE TO EAT gallons, water. During dormant season food value and,when properly cooked as follows: Shell wash and spread ;
next winter you can avoid a great! can be made into the most attractiveand in thin layers on the trays of the drier
'(SAVE WHAT YOU RAISE deal of this trouble by giving the wholesome dishes. and heat 10 minutes beginning at

(twatlM A..wer.. Immediately roses a thorough spraying). with Bordeaux Drier l or .Evaporator 160 degrees F., gradually raising the !. connection witk ear-Hardware tut. .. carry a templet" *
By HaiL mixture paste at the .ratowf one Vegetables and fruits can be driedin temperature Jo 180.degrees F. This
f ,/Jfra, J a. M. C. Frmmift, IMp >Tr. pound to five gallons water. an oven in trays or racks over the high, temperature will destroy all insect Ea* .furniture. We make a specialty of ..t6ttia, homes, nil

"/ ... A. T..... PHNtlber ._.aay. If it is the blooms that are blighting kitchen stove. eggs that might be on the beans. head? reliable
.!......*.>vlll*, VI*. it probably is a visitation of thrip. Dried Vegetable Cowpeas or any field pea can be treated r
Cut all the bloom showing any trouble should be in the same way. Cool and etore "
Equally as great care
'e Vacation into a box and burn them; then spray given to the selection and preparationof carefully. It might be added that the Bed ,Room Furniture Dining
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Mrs. Prang will be out of the stale J40 ,
' thoroughly with Black Leaf at the vegetables for drying *s for can heating of the bean or pea destroys
during the month of July. After rats. of l'/i teaspoonfuls to one gallonof ning. To secure! a fine quality of dried its vitality and thus treated cannot'be Room Suits Kitchen_Outfits Parlor -,
1 b August 1st she will again .be at the water. Before puttirg the Black much havingthe used for seed purposes. ,
T: service of the public. Leaf'40 in the water make a light products vegetables depends absolutely upon fresh GARDEN PEAS-When drying the Suits Odd Chairs Rockers '
,suds with good laundry, and tender the ,
a soap. young, tender and perfectly clean. very young peas use .
Mildew\ on Beans Wash all vegetables and clean well. pod also. Wash and cut one-quarter Couches Etc. '
"' Don't neglect to sulphur your GROWING RICE If steel knives are used in paring and Inch pieces blanch in boiling water ,
i beans. Use either the pure sulphuro Cutting have them clean and bright so six minutes, remove surface moisture}
sulphurmixed) with\ twice Its bulk The Reporter-Star of yesterdaycontained as not to discolor the vegetables. and dry the same length of time and
of Slaked lime. The lime has I no effecton a news article concerningthe After vegetables are prepared properly at the same temperature as string 'His store b taking a record far itself la ta. matter *lhelplaf '

the reach mildew but makes the sulphur success. There of was a Kissimmeee much to the truckgrower. story they should be blanched: The beans.when blanching It is not peas.necessary to use soda' peep?. t. outfit .one*. "CO..d.... Oar price, arc 4 4rigbt.
over a greater area. Dust blanch gives a more thorough cleaning
ti ( over the vines when wet with dew. that was not told and an unrelated removes the strong odor and The garden pas which has a non- e
portion ,was his success in growing flavor from certain kinds of vegetables edible 'pod, is shelled and blanched
.1 Cabbage upland rice. Without predious experience and softens and loosens the from three to five minutes. Remove ..

How long does it take to make cabbage I siderable he ease grew and the profit.crop 'Rice with 'con is a fiber.vegetable This'to allows the moisture quickly in the surface layer on moisture trays and, spread dry from in three'single to TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS
and when should I start it? I and there is evaporate more ,
| prime food crop, no mason and uniformly. It also quickly coagulates three and one-half hours. Begin dry '
I Answer: It takes from three to why it shouldn't receive greater the albuminous matter in the ing at 110 degrees F.. raise tempera.
i five months to make cabbage according attention in this section. Yet there which to hold in the ture Very slowly in about one and one- what kind of bare Gas Steam
vegetables helps No matter aa Engine ,
"' to variety. For home use you are few who seem to know or care half hours to 145 degrees F. Continue yes
a'ce' '..... .-'-can start the seed bed in August or about trying it. When the urge comes, natural flavors.the Blanching into consists boiling of drying one and one-half to two hoursat Railroad or Stationary Engine-we Lan exactly the T..!. yen

i i r" -SlJWmbeJ-F.n1! aa::mark.t:; utpaeea ill.: f thg war,'lastsion j, water-tor-plunging; : -'*vegetables hbrt'tlm.IIUAwirebasket 145 degrees F. need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, otc:.
. there is a chance of such an early nee will became one ,of the leadingcrops ";;':'4'1 WEl"C=Ctiltid": Select= '
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i crop' not being of] or' cheese cloth bag, for ,this.: y 'yOUtlg aa5B'Df'1h. beil"quu y;;M*;rkmaastoivaBd;price ,taat.wiH.-ww
profitable because
of this territory.Orlando.ReporterStar. and
t' tender and
corn! prepare at once
; \ northern grown cabbage" :,* -'." ...' -''"V After blanchnlg the reqjwrpd numberof aftejr gatherblg.Boil-or steam oil:the surprise'you.- This store has the reputation of kandUng ear1 '
minutes .drain and .
I moisture, well :'reippve cob eight or ten minutes to; set the hardware that .ii of superior qualltt and yon idf'ak. a..ads*
surface by' placing vege- '
t; Irish Potato Blight I Benj. Frank has purchased the tables between two towels or by exposing milk. To improve the flavor a tea take' in coming here NOW and. inspecting oar LIf stock.
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i, : Answer: The blight that is the most Douglas place in Pinedale and has to the sun and air for a short spoon of salt to a gallon of water may
'"f common in this state is late blight, moved ,his family here from Worces. time. be used. Drain well and cut' corn
and is absolutely controlled by ter, Ohio, to make his home. Mr. The vegetable thus is : from cob using a very sharp and flex.
opray- prepared ,
': ing with Bordeaux mixture. This d.s-; Funk i I..* the father of C. II Funk the spread in a thin layer on the trays of ible knife. Cut grains fine only half
ease starts at the edges or tips of the well known. fruit grower of Hilliard'sIsland. the drier. The temperature for drying way down to the eob and scrape out Osceola Hardware Company
1 leaves; the diseased areas vary from should be rather low to prevent the remainder of grain being carefulnot
4 dark brown or almost black lighter scorching the product. For most' vegetables to scrape off any of the chaff'next ,
i': shades, but they stand out very prominently ,,after surface moisture is removed to the cob. Dry from three to four \
I against the deep, dark green begin drying at a temperatureof hours at 110 degree to 145 degredFahrenheit. r
," of the healthy part of the leaf. Gen 110 degrees Fahrenheit. Increase When field com is used.
,,;, erally between'' the healthy and diseased i GARDEN R temperature gradually from 110 to good plump roasting ear stage ia the .
tissue ,there is a narrow yel. 145 degree F., and complete dryingin proper degree of ripeness. A'' poundof Whenever Von Need a General Tools '
;j lowish band! showing! quite distinctly: two or three hours. The time required dried corn per dozeh ears is an average Talc drove' ,J.W.THOMPSONFuneral

:l', When the disease has really taken SUPPLY YOU !" for drying vegetables varies, :yield. The Old Standard Grove Tasteless .
,i{. ." possession of the field it looks almost however it can easily be determined Corn may be dried in the sun. Dry dillS Tonio 1*, equally valuable a* a
a* though it had been scorched by fire AAdfd1l 1.r 1. by a little experience. The material in oven ten or fifteen minutes and finish General ,Tonic became it contain the DirectorAND
the leaves and branches arc so deadand should, be stirred or turned several drying in the sun.- Sun drying is, well known tonic properties of QUININB
( dry. During: rainy period the disease times during the drying in order to. of course not satisfactory in moist and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drives
f spreads much more rapidly, and secure a uniform product. weather and the dried product will be oat Malaria' Enriches the Blood and ,
,,; on the under side of the leaves one It is Important to know the temperature darker in color and not as attractivein Build up the Wale System. :90 cent
can distinctly see ,a whitish mold. of the heat In the drier and aj pearance. When dried in the sun
.. There is also a peculiar fetid odor this cannot be determined very accurately it should be heated in the oven before LICENSED. EMBALM,
'rn' J. A. TUOVILLION, M. D.Special .,
accompanying: this disease. rr except by using a thermometer. storing to -kill bisect eggs'. Attention .
to
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r Early blight, which is frequently Inexpensive oven thermometers can be CARROTS AND PARSNIPSClean I
/ CANCER, GOITRE, TUMORS and Store and Chapel Stewart ATmm *..
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though less common than late GARDEN aIId FI t found on the market or an ordinary scrape or pare and slice in one- DISEASES OF THE SKIN.
blight, shows more in distnct! spots. chemical themome'/er car! Ui suspended eighth inch slice*. Blanch six minutes ,Orlando Office' -Boardman Building 1tI... **, Fla.
,ThiS is also controlled by'spraying in the drier. If .& thermometer' u ..remove surface moisture and dry 8tolla.m. '" ,
;: y'4.. with Bordeaux mixture. On the other SEEDSESPECIALLY not used the greatest' coue should be two and one-half to three hours. Begin Winter Park Office-.2 to 4 and 6
1 hand, the bacterial blight which given to the regulation of the}ut. drying at 100 degrees F. and to 8 p. m. sep\ 6mo pd
''I': tarts in wilting can not be controlled ADAPTED The temperature in the'' drier rises raise temperature gradually to 150 W.,B. Crawford Lee JarreO
,,4 4 I., with spray. You should use the Bordeaux ** rather quickly and the product may degrees F. Kohl rabl celeraic and CRAWFORD A, JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW
mixture of a 8-5-60 home-made 'FOR YOUR STATE. scorch unless closer attention' li given. salsify are dried by: the same method. ,
,; forrr.ula the commercial Bordeaux GREEN STRING BEANS-All' varieties ONIONS'AND LEEK-Wash, peel LEWIS O.BRYANjATTORNEY.AT.LAW : <
paste at the rate of 10 Ibs. to ,60 gallons --FREE of string bean can b* dried. and slice onions in one-eighth to one- Of flee*t .4, 6. .d, 'and 7 CltlaenaBank
of water. I OUR INSTRUCTIVE CATAlTOO Wash and string the beans carefully. quarter inch slices. To avoid any unpleasantness Building
./ ;. AND WEEKLY PRICCUST The very young and tender string peel and, slice holding Waring Building. KUslmmee Florida'
Bud or Reset bean can be> dried whole. 'Those that I
THEM TO-DAY
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I The February freeze killed some of Ii SEND are fully grown should be cut in one- (Continued on page 6)
my lime trees that were just beginning .EAJ1ARTINSEEDOXJACKSONVILLE.FLA. quarter to one inch; lengths wi.th.a. DR. W. W. CARSON '

'..", to bear. The sour orange stock vegetable slicer or a sharp knife. It 1 is .......................... FOR RENT DENTIST
has sprouted vigorously(in*most instances better to cut beans than snap them. ((
right at the ground. Would They'are then put in a bag of cheese M. TILLER Rooms unfurnished './''and.'furnished.Houses ;"'> ;"R,4J/t/! Office' 'over Pilley Building,,
.' it be better to rebud these trees this cloth, or a wire basket and blanchedIn unfurnished and furnished. Office Hours: S-It.; 1OElos'Ph0n.11 -$.v -' a
.y fall or to buy new ones? .. boiling water for six to ten minutes I Also city' properties f.rmsL citrus $ Residence 'PhM lOa >) "
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Answer: We would consider it far depending on the maturity of the trucking gracing Administered '
'l t .' better to rebud the trees. A well established >ean. One-half teaspoonful of soda . Teeth
\ root system is of very great c.w.GRIFFIN may be added to each gallon of boiling Realty bought and sold. THE EUT[' REALTY{ PARLOR
,i advantage. You should allow one ; ; i water to help set the green color in -
promising sprout to develop to fullest the bean. Remove surface moisture Houses rented. { MRS. SUMMERS Manager O. F. XRIBBS W. J. :3TBBD
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i f! extent. This can be done by "lop according to directions given above. Taxes paid and Titles verifiedfor < 207 Bass St., cor. Brack. N. Klsslmmee KRIBBS &: STEED
ping" the others in such a way that I Staple and FancyGROCERIES Young string beans dry two hours, non-residents. Two blocks north of Christian church. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, '.,,
I' while they help in the tree's growth more mature beans three hours. Begin 1
t they do not get tho ful benefit of the drying at a temperature of 110 degrees Fire. Life and Accident Iadurance. < Legal business of all kind (Ivea' : ti

. 1 flow of sap as they, would were they I, F. and raise temperature-gradually > > prompt attention. i
i standing upright; thus the force of to 145 degrees. Wax beans are X Indemnity Bond Pat Johnston Q. P. Oa....." Of Bees 11 and 11 Stat. Bank Bid*.
s"; the growth will go to the one selected: dried in the same manner as the 'green < & CARRETTATTORNEYATLAW Klssiknmee, Florida.' I
;Y ,, branch. : Free Delivery to all Part string beans. .. . ... o'.............. JOHNSTON

.t j of the City Pfle Cured In 6 to 14 Day
} Cottony Cushion Scale i i i.ooo ..... ....... ...... ............... ....... Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizen Bans Year drunlit wilt refund Boner If Paso
; We have cottony cushion scale'onsome Building OINTMENT l.n. to cur .*yea.. of Itehta.
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BlIad.BleedlBvorProtriidlBa-PlleeiaetoKder .
; of our trees. What is the'best
: KlMlmra Fla. The ATM application a1.t.' R..e sad &e8t., KK.
ti\; o spray, miscible oil? Is there a fun FAVORITE' FERTILIZERS .
.' gus that could be introduced C. F. THRASHER --

: Answer: By far the best means of c. A. CARSON President N. C. BRYAN Secretary-
P SHEE7 METAL WORKER,
t'controlling; the cottony cushion scale
')1""'' ; in faft, the only real control,, is, the Metal Roof. Put on and ARE THE BEST ftR) ALL CROPS (

t j I" Australian'lady beetle which you' can Guarantied The Waters' & Carson

I' fr I'' entomologist secure from. Dr.Gainesville, E. W. Berger Fla. state The 'HON4,14e.R, KISSIMMEE. FLA SPECIAL FORMULAS, FOR ',
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CITRUS CROPS POTATOES BEANS PEAS
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,..1! :""..t CORN, TOMATOESWrite Grocery Company'": I I'I

: for our new price list on all brand. Agricultural Chemical.,

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' .; BEST MAINE SEED POTATOESare Wholesale_and Retail Dealers. iaGROCERIE"S
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WHITENER
SKIN
arriving daily-get our prices and get the best .

,l., We sell the HAINES FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR for distributingin ,

1 rows or broadcasting. Excellent for all Fertilizer Lime. Ashes
BOX
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?'t ", A Skin Bleach orWhitener, for dark or brown skin, remov- USE SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDEon .. 0 0

your citrus trees for sure results.. Manufactured by J, Schnarrbe : 00 0 . 00 . 00 . . .06 . . . . .r

., ing all. blemishes and 'clearing arthy or sallow complexions . Co.. Orlando our subsidiary. ." 4 O ..
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; ; .::!' and causing the skin to Grow Whiter. Don't envy a THE, INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY. 4 .o DAY' .. .0 ;

( 'Ire clear complexion, use Cocotone Skin'Whitener and have one. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA : DtDES .' "s'
0 GRAIN O O r '
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il ; WHAT, U8KIIS THINK Of COCOTOIME .0.00 .... 0 .'0.o.u.oo.ooo.oo. 0.0 0 0...00 0 o..u.o.o..ooe... 0. FERTILIZERS' FURS l

i ': I Macon Oa. Montgomery, Ala.Cocotone' 0 O WOOL .
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I find that Cocotone 0
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Dear Sirs Send' me by
4 Pkin Whitener I I. the belt AND 3G
'. two boxes of Coc6ton Skin White. preparation ....,
, :;: ner and three cake of Coootona I have ever used to clear the ..ORANGE BOXES .. ..
,,' Skin Soap. They are line and 'I do .kin, and wish" you would, mall me R.S.FLOYDDeater ALL .
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to be without them Entwo boxes' at onceSlRned e 0 1
not car .
l.o.Waycroas ( ) MRa C.: t>. JOHNSON. ORANGE WRAPS.
order for |
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closed 4 money Your. truly Do ..t aeeept ..!..MtltMte .. laalta. 0 0 COUNTRY', ,.. e<.. .
CI.ARA M JACKSON'. Si.... In, 0 CRATES A,, '. 't
Os. CUT THIS OUT VEGETABLE. .
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Cocotone Co. CO. ...
ti r;?, Dear Friend: Tour Cocotone Skin Atl..t*. 0. Grain and Feed o CRATE.NAILSServe ." .,
Groceries -Nay: :
Whitener\ the finest thin* I ever I have never uaed Cocotone'Skin , ; "- .
Sr- aw th. My box akin baa waa road very It dark many and Whitener.26o box ?tree but, If rOil'epleaed trill end to me try anr.t . , .'. . . . . . 0 . . . . . .0 .". . 4... '

shades llchter, and my friend' all It. ,1 .nol_. six So tampa to cover Corner Broadway' and Dakin Ae. We sell field and garden\ teed of all kind: "
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ak me what I have been uilna- Bin coat of malUnr, paekjnv, eta {
closed, you will and f S 00. Pleaaa Wi tJT*' special attention to fitting out hunting and camping prtM., 1Fres
Skin WaHener ... ....________..._ '
air box of ,
end m* Nam* :; -' ,
: and two cakes of ._p. -- ; Ti-yVs.o: Your Next Order'F eed''co delivery in city Emit, Thone! No.12. .
' ,* Tour ANNA truly WBITB. >'AddreMAGENT: *._'"_WAHTBD_______-___..__ ; , We an county" ; agents for good fa1ili" n. Ask as for orcular ud' pries

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poUt :THE klSSIMME VALLET, GAZETTE. PRAY JUNE 22. 1917 ., ______________________ ,

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DEER PARK Ernest: Maeh commlitslon.,... $4.00 Churches I
'TflfVAttEY GAZETTE Proceedings of the HI: I. i::. Overstreet, Commissioner &..00A. At the : Classified Advertisements:
: K. II...., commissioner----,
Mr. H C Avant a Molina
J purchased H. H. Guy commissioner____ ,_- t 8.00 ., .
r.....*... Kvery. FrUsr.Ot.e tractor a few days agt from Hopkins! W. F. Walker, oommls.oner20.00 -
*, !. Va".,. G..."* B.lldl.sr, & Kempfer and put it to work at onoe County Commissioners John S. Cadel atty for Board., __ 20.84 METHODIST CHURCH sAFEAI: ) ritOriTADLH' INVESTMKMTS : -

Klult., Florida" turning over.his 320-acre tract of land J.T: K.M.'Murphy RaMs, Janitor---------------, judge; Co.;Ct i:==:::: 26.00 SO.OO: 20 acres 'of land one mile from city

four miles east of town. The plow I.*. H. Jn rah, care of jail__.____. 11.SO Sunday, June 24, 1917. limits of Kissimmee, on brick road.
w.'.. HARRIS ... B.! Cl. VANs,AU.fEWOvratera equipment consists of. two fourteen. W. U. Crawford, pros. atty.__--_. 83.8S 9:45 a. m.-Sunday school, A. W. 13 acres In cultivation. three acres of
inch and the Kissimmoe Fla June'4th 1917. li. B. Evans, Co. dem. art.-------100.00 A mod bearing oranges good three-room,
mouldboard plows
ma. U, I.:Overatreet, elk. and aud..119.00: Gufitus, acting superintendent. cottage and out-bulldlngs. good Und, ,, *
T.lek.si. .- N.. 11Suhsrrlpt'o chine does fine work. Mr. Avant's The Board of County Commissioner 8amuel Montadoca, mant.! ,__ ---- 6.00 ern Sunday school in all departments. 'very cheap and on favorable terms "
lands is' an ideal place for "broad- ]l.. O. Lhln..ton. main*._____-____ K.flAU. Splendid children's choir. best of reasons why this farm must
acre" farming with machinery in and for Osceola county, Florida ; H.: Durfae.) -malnt i :::::,:::::::::: 6.00: sell, and we want to Introduce you to' ))3
power | Julia Jernlfran-- malnt,_______ __ &.00 11 a. m.-Mornlng worship, conducted the owner and let you buy It at best 't
the above"date there --
the entire tract being level as a floor, met on being i by the Subject of 'icr- price.It'Is' maker- '
I Mrs. 0. M. Younn. malnt.--____--_ ,&.00 pastor. possible a money ,
and with scarcely, a stump or root on present Ernest Mach, Chairman; E. A. M. U Chaune)'. maln(._-_-.-__n &.110) rmon; "What Is a Methodist and safe profitable Investment. '
entire to the work. Mrs. L Mahles. malnt_________.. 6.00 A widow living north, has nearly 60
the area impede t>. D. Overatreet. A. F. Bass, B. H. H. M. McClelland, malnt__.._____ 6.00 2 p. m.-Junior Epworth League acres close to the' city limits, good.
Mr. H. F. Gray, manager of the Guy, and W. F. Walker, Commissioners Mrs. A. Simmons, malnt.______-,- 8.00 meets in the bungalow. Miss Hopson, combination fruit and truck farm
Syndicate Farms' .Company, Js engaged ; John S. Cadel], attorney tor the Mrs. Jlmey Padg-ett, malnt.____n 6.00/ superintendent. when Improved close to. the brick.
w John ._____ ___ loading track or switch along'side ..
H. road
I'ennell, malnt 6.00 ;
in digging and shipping his of --
,'r crop Board, and J, L. Overatreet clerk and 6:30: p. m.-Senior League meets in
Jane Clements, malnt...____> .___ 6.00 of the 1'and: on good road.; will'irrow
) Irish potatoes. Notwithstanding that auditor. Will Hull malnt. _______________ &..00H. the bungalow. Miss Brntton, leader, more valuable on account .or'
t, ,W Mr. Gray took hold of this propositiononly The minutes of the last regular Tlllls, malnt. ____:.____.______ &.00 7:30: p. m.-Evening worship conducted splendid location and good lund;; f arable
in and that the Iielln Colllno-ton, malnt _. 4.00 terms can be. had.
4 ,11 February pot.atoes meetingof' 'the Poard were read and -_.0000_ << by Rev. Smith Hardiri, P. E.
,J I mud Sylvester, malnt.___. -- __ 6.00 Two' ten acre tracts Inside city limits..
[ .j \ ere planted very late on new approved.Mr. John Tlson care of pauper___.... 6.00 E. Orlando District. both Improved, very cheap Olin Unbound
'J,t land, a fair crop is being harvested.Mr. C. Brice Nash appeared before Osceola Hdw. Co., sup to Ct. H.... 1.26 Monday t together or separate; they1.
; Geo.' B. Mensing and family recently the Board, and asked that a culvert be Unit I more En: ml. & .fov, Co., auto 7:30: p.m.-Third Quarter ,Confer join, und are priced to sell.Also .
tnirs JS.OO splendid live acre tract Inside cityrlimits
" ., moved here from St. Louis Mo, put in on the street running west of Corner -----------.4----- ..96Kns. ence. All are invited to be present. just the place for nice" homo,
" They are! located on the Syndicate town and passing? his place, whereupon | \ ; ... 16.10 Every. officer in the. church; Sunday tine location, cheap and oil easy
.t. -- Farms Company tract east of town. Mr. L. R. J farmer, being I. H. Innrram Insanity case.8.40 school, Epworth Leagues and Missionary t"rmll, ,
P1hrn present John R .
...
Cadel Insanity cast* .. 1.00 We have lots of good things to sell '
.i. One Copy One Y.-"r-- ..-.. -_."."2.00. The Deer Park Stock Farms. Co., stated that .he knew the culvertwas T M. Murphy Insanity case.,..,.:;, 2.00(\ \ . Soci9ty.will be expected.. and no"' Is the time to buy. Iaiulmuni '
:/ One Copy, Nix' Months_*_.__.___.. l.( 0On. under the management of Mr. Pa( needed and that h Montht........... ;.T5 %f. J. hicks, Insanity- .. .. high. prices. Can t
' .: .. Cop)'. Tbrte Johnston of Kissimmee. has had a same in at once casa.' 2.00 7 p. m.-"Trlp Around tha World, IH bringing carryon
.
.. .,. .
\V :
'enner Jfe HnvcfuAi.. ,... AI n *.ee.. .K. Brt the war without food; cnn't pro-1'
I:j except from our crewof men at work during the '''pastfeewweeks Mr. S. 'J. Triplett icpresenting the KInsy- Tel.- *-Co.:, phone.Uf"rent W : I___ 1 11,80.uv bythe King's" Daughters. Starts at duci.> fond without hllutOar".Id said .

i authorised All communications correspulidents must be gathering cattle for shipment Florida Food Conservation Commit. Valley nui<-tt ,' legal nOt c-.___.. 77.96 the Graystone.Wcdnesday .- ''AaUICULTUHK, TUB MUTIIKR OK1AM. ;
I'. writer Between three and four thou- Valley Oaze.lte, blanks to fo. off {1.00 INlJL'HTItV AMI THIS 1IIAIN w.
the
aliened by tee. State of Florida, appeared before R. O. Hryan, wit . 1.00 NANCH. 'OP HUMAN
pros. atty. UFJt" li..t
Rejected matter will not returned sand head have been shipped. the Board after : .: :--- 7:30( p. m.-Prayer ni eting.: .Topic! :
'f' and thoroughly explaining T. 2. Murphy, ct. cost as co judge 4.26 busy secure broad nctes: fur: ivo , .c. unless called for. Hopkins & Kempfer have completedthe to the Board the necessity of 1 I., H. Inaram.court Cost..170.80 The', Times.of. Tribulation." / ranges for .Paul.", Truck '
grading of the six; mile stretch of J, I.,. Overatreet court cost fall Saturday- furniM -intrtislvtt, fHrmliifr.Vtt
;!, at Klsslmme greater production of food stuff in term ____. .______ .. .
, (Entered In the PostofOce the Klssimme-a-Melbourns Ct. Ct. ,? .. 711.71p. have all kinds; ran suit any reason- '
'11' *", Florida, as a cond-cass! matter.) highway in Klordia for the support of her people, W. Hall constable ct. eoat.,,.;. 7.80S. 3 p. m.-Boy Scouts meots at... 'the alilv tnnn who means bualneas. .
Brevard county, extending from the asked them to lend their 'assistance byusinif ; '. "'. Porter J. l'. ct.cost.r18.05 bungalow NKLSON HKAI.TV fmtpAjtV', I .
Osceola county line east to the St. the {convicts in they H. it!. Porjr, J. I'. ct, cot------- 13.4a -. . ._. _- '- i KIsHlmmce, 1'lvrldit. T '1< ':
: JUNE 22, 1917 any way ("has F'.. MeCr.ory ateno.,121,82 ,_ .
: John. river. - --- "
: could to 'promote greater interest i* H. ''.::ram, feed 1'1'1" jan, to LAYMEN'S MEETING i '
..u 1 I Mr.. L. L. Britt 'and family have interest among the! farmers,' and to Mat> Inc. ._..,,..k:_-t.__j.___.-.-fcCO.80 WILL' S12L.U I exchange, or le..ac for '('cul." -

.) 11 PEACEFUL FLORIDA just returned from a ten days' vaca- produce mor; food stuff in the county; J. 1* Uverstreet ct. cost Jan. j I' Laymen's meeting'next Sunday aft tlvutlon, twenty It. 1*.) H acre ran OS tract. 1619 near N. .KlnHlmmeo. .HatHI.
tion at his former home Darlen term Co. Ct. .____.?...,._-.?*.,.. (81.16V. I. .
spent I'a 27-U
no action taken, \ B. Onwford. conviction fees. 75.00 ernoon at 3 o'clock at Methodist Sun !I'HIldaelphla
: With cyclones roaming o'erthe land, Ga. Miss Helmer Britt, their daughter .MA Ceo, Sullivan appeared before Krnpftt Mnch.! trip to DeLand, H. day school rooms, 'just the place to go
who has been 8. H. contract ... . . IF INTKRfcRTKO: in buying a Rood ...l1. \ I
with sand attending high th-s Board and -w-.wi "' * 10.20 and receive
, I ,J And mixing atmosphere school presented a petition for r:. L. O. Overstreet. trip to D.. a blessing. A number have round horse at a low figure see or-
:J t 't L And taking heavy toll, of: life and at that place, returned with road beginning on north line of Sec- Land H. S. R. contract.--.______ 16.20 been going for seven years and hav write W. It. J. Sumner Klualminee,

: property galore them and'is heartily welcomed to our tion 11-25-30, at the NW. cor. of A. F. lines trip to DeL.and K. H. no notion of giving it up. Come see _FIa._ _ _ _ ._ 1 _87't'IX
midst. The trip wag made in their R. contract ________.___. _____ 18.20
"ti feel the thrill of fear school lot in said Section 11 and what it will do for .
We never run you.I.DEVOTI : .. ,
>ST Last ..
n. H. ""- Ffd| \jr.on Dro.dw.aynaD.
iuy. to DrLand
(, > Ot.tlaslling elements too Jlearifil"'."............ 'new car' and all report an enjoyable. w t..I.-J4.-tWJ ..t.heJQort. ....bo\lt, TTnW-v!oni'_trip ti .. iv'i'y.ajirri"rr: H. S. .-tflto'W. L-'OMMITlfEfJl-r' '.....40nste.rn-84lar'rI rr......Flmipr'pieaaiEpZturn ; ."' ".$''U'._.. "'!""
V iwti" i'"t1itl" l'I!! [ 'Ul l ttmr vMtr-BrHirB: ys lne''numerous'flourishing one-half mile to church and cemetery K. Walker trip-to DeLand H. to Miss M. 1(. Sargent at Craw-

1 'II I. crops show that the farm lot, thence in a .northerly' direction to Johnston R R. contract A ......"-' ...._.-,._. 46.20 CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICE lord A Jarrein office. %,7.1t
Oar..ttrJp.- to .Ie. "
When'en'en "our papers we.peruse or suredoing'their important bit in Wher proposed" roaa comes in to Boggy A and H. S R. contract-:__- SO.QO WANTED-Man or woman whole or- I .
.l We miss the well-known ads of booze backing up Uncle Sam.A Creek road; matter passed to aft J. K Overstreet, release fen paid Devotions and confession, Saturday spare: time to represent us In Klsalmmee. ->
to convicts __.. ._____ :
new flag recently purchased by session. nnn. 18.00 Unod, opportunity for right
Which in prominence were seen. ernoon :
once J. II. Chunn. Co. phvslclan.._..____ 62.60 7:30 p. m. .
the Deer Park Civic Center will be 'party. Address Bee liee Sales Co.. ,
And. now they tell of schools and Mrs. B. Wesselinovjts( appeared before Miss Alblna Smith mtcr, ran. Mass Sunday at 8 a. m. Hnnforil, Kla. .! t
roads, raised at the school house on July 4th. the Board in the interest of, the club .. ____________ __u______ 15.00 Sunday school after 27-2t-pd 0
: Of fields of corn and loads An appropriate program will be ren- road from Bassenger to the Kissim- St. Cloud Tribune, suba._______,-.__ &11,011 immediately' FOR 8ALTC-Two-year-old half Shet-.

L Of spud. that bring in much ,long dered beginning at 11 a. m., followedby mee river, and stated that Mr. W. J. Mm.Klsslmmee. H. A. \VllMnn.Valley Oasttte malnt._,__Bubs._ 60.00.SHc.Iert fin mass. land Patrick colt.streets.W. K. argent, Limit 25-tf"all .n ----------------------------------- . '_
green a basket picnic in the near by Pearce had threatened to stop the Keldel. brackets; joni

A grove. work if he was not paid for tha rightof ct. room -------,----------- 3.8S of the week. lie will probably serve FOR HALT5 S-yoar-olfl! Recdllnifrat \
r*". Hans, road work Tjokoine:::: Ki oo asclerk in the commissary department <} ,>.*frult Tree Price 16c each: (X
'. Show your colors. way; whereupon, Mr. John S. H. A. < uy. road work Lokonee____270.00 of .the engineers' which H. Funk. KIsHlmrm-e, Fla. 2l-tf
corps
ANNOUNCEMENT Cadel, attorney for the Board inform Will I-Vrtlo, road work Lokoll..e..l&OOO -. :
f.. II. Funk road work.:__.______ 6.00 will leave for France in about six '
Mrs. Wesaelinovits that he had .
Now.is the time to do-not do with. ed. John 11 UHlwden., road work______100.00 weeks. nWRLLINQS for rent. Apply to M.\
j
out "A Trip Around the' World a written Mr. Pearce that he had no I Frank Walker repairs on bridge.. 8H.OO) Tlll.-r. ,,',

_ _ _ clever and amusing entertainment right to close the said road, and Commissioner ) Stout Ijumher Co., lumber.162.72 Mr. Virgil Edwerds motored up to A"TO'.fHIII.I') hOt!) ii ti8 OVl/r SSePocket '
4 Patriotism like pharity begins at will be given by the Kln 's Daughtersclass W. F. Walker was' also instructed .7 OHceoln. 3. Hdw.. Co., bridge material J1.10 Sanford Sunday afternoon, returning ulse. Florida Auto B..""' '
Dann bridge material9.30 ,
of the Methodist Sunday school by the Board to notify Mr. thesame evening. Map. complete and newest edition. ,
,
home. Bud Willis, road work _____ _IflO.dffl)
---- Offer for short time Our Bale
only. at
.., .*, Tuesday night, June 26, for the benefit Pearce not to interfere with the right <". K Handy, commissions40O.71 'the sub- Valley; (lasette cfflcn. IfltfKARMINQ
of the orphanage at Enterprise. of Mrs. Wesselinovits then W. N. ertic. road work____--_____ fI.82 Hunter Land Company I'
a of four things: Buy a bond way. was I '
,tPo one Those Mrs. St. Tlndall. lumber---------- I'-!'* scribed as liberally as 'developmentplans 01-1NF.nAL : Is profitable lrKlortda.
hoe Tampa Times, taking the trio will "See informed by the Board.that the Coun. \V. N. Fertlc, road work_________ 3.48 would permit in the Liberty To know Klorlda's possl. '
ow, or go.- America First" wits its typical amuse- ty Commissioners would not be responsible Georgia! ICnsr. Co., payment on bill II... for ln-e" stork and poultry-.
The opportunity to buy bond has road contract _____,___14.993.69 Bonds., The company now offers to .
a ment, the Midway; then on to'China, for any work that might be --* raising dairying fruit .nd' truck
Joe 1-:. Johnston, corns, on road. accept Liberty Bonds from any one : growing, read the Florida Farmernd ;
passed, but you can still take' your Japan, Africa, Ireland, Cuba and even done on the road by any one, exceptas work 00__ _____________-____-_374.84 desirous of acquiring lands for .culti. Hmnes .>r. Six months', trl.r
choice of the other alternatives. Ireland. ordered by the Board.( R. II. Guy, Inspection roads__.... 5.00 will subscription.' 26 cents' Hample copy
vation them for
t The cars will start from the Gray Commissioner B. H. Guy asked the W. C. Bass, bal. on land sold Co. or accept pay. free. Address glorida. Farmer and I

Joining the Red Crossisn't a pain stone Hotel every fifteen minutes, the Board, to allow the. county,road gang J. for W. Thompson P. V. --,--_coffin___-__for_.__pauper______600.00 S.OO ment of former'purchases of 10 at. 110, a I Home.teeker. ltox a60, Jacksonville.1"la. 58.ttOLD .

El' ful operation'nor'does your applica. first car leaving promptly at 7:00 to: do 'certain work in Commissioners E. J. l/Engle coat In bond elec premium per cent.ADVERTISED .

f(4. tion have to lay over until the next o'clock. District No. 4, but the amount in the lion contest --...--______--'.264 M/ P.'PRRII FOil II.-\LFl-IOe A llVN A.
Frank Evans, malnt. _. ..._..,_ 1>I.IO (lood mor
6.00 I wrapping purposes.etc. .
You
meeting to be voted on. simply The entire ? ? LETTERS'
I cost of the journey, including road fund having been equally divided IT. M. Murphy, Judge Juv. CU. _- __ 2.60 Apply at Vallay.OszeIte< IQtf
aay "I want to become a member of meals in the diner twenty- among the five districts 'at a1' former ,, Klssy. Valley Gazette, sub. for- .....-- I '

the Red Cross," limber up, shakeyourself five cents Do not tip the porter. meeting of the BoarJ, and most of the Feb. __ __.--________________ 60.00 Following is the list of uncalled for Wilfis.R. Manger and F. A. Ad-

.. ( loose from a dollar (two Everyone who is interested in the funds having been "Tised,. his request den. )J. Taylor sup. to co. paupers 27.96 letter remaining in the postoffice at{ cock, of Kansas City, motored into-
will be more appreciated) and you are homeless. helpless little ones at Enterprise could not be granted. The Tax Collector's report showed town' fpm Atlantic Beach Wednesday .1 .,
Kissimmee Florida for the
a'full-fledged member, entitled to all is cordially invited to be at The Board took a recess until 2 the following amounts collected for license tt Hptekf. of.last week on a land inspection ..'
,the working rights andbenefits. of the. the Graystone and enjoy the trip. p, m., : General $14.50 and $65.00( for July 2, 1917f "9- "'d .a* They returned on the train by "
order,--Sanford Herald. "A Trip Around the World" for auto license. J. B./Daniels, Willie Griffin"John of Orlando and E: B. Morey drove' 1

I \-WB M H MM.MMMMWMfc''This twenty-five cents.IINI1IATIO I The Board reconvened; at 2 p. m./1 .' The Tax Collector's report, showed Hill Mrs.-F.. Herrni, Mrs. Nancy I.; car. back to Jacksonville- Or. .,

past Legislature i ld have full Board being present. .,' $45 collected for poll tax. Smith,'MrS''. Rebecca King, Miss Man- ,

reapportioned the state as to legislative ; IN MASONIC LODGE The matter of opening road as requested The report of- county depositories dy Love, Miss peat Martin, J. ,A. -
.. representation from the various in petition filed by.Mr. Geo. showed the following balances in the Maultsby James Mathews"Henry *Drive Oat Malaria Builds Up Sy terb ,.

.; counties. The past Legislature fell on Orange Blossom.Lodge No. 80 initiated Sullivan was taken up, and Mr. Farmer various funds June 1st, 1917: Duffle )?,rs. :Tom Williams. MCl .Old atasjdard TASTELESS cenera chill* stma-tBealas TONIC drives loale.OKOVBS out. J

one of the tenth years, when the Con- Cap't. Howard Katz, Lieut. Lee was instructed by the Board to General revenue ....____...$7,217.72 B. B.. SIMPSON, lIaIarIaearic..blo. 1..ad bolds>ptb.>TStcm. '"
artitution says ,we must reapportion.Two Jarrell, W. J. Steed and "Buck" Payne investigate and report to the Board. General road fund...?__?_ 9,866.69 A""" ......,. ? iidulti sod children. Sue.) :, r

years ago was not the time to "do into the third degree Monday night at Mr. W. E. Allen appeared before Fine and forfeiture......... 614.21 '

Jt nor.will two years hence be the time Mieir hall In the Fraternity Building. the: Board, and asked for a settlement Special publicity .._?_,.__... 1,024.58
to Teapportion. This year was the The local officers were''assisted by in re damages to his lots along the Orlando Paid warrants were ordered cancelled Pale Faced Women Take Phosphates i toakes"Rosy 1

time, and tenyea'rs hence will be the visiting brothers from Mount Dora. road whereupon the Board from the various funds as follows: "' ''''''

-.. time again. The Governor was right The ceremonies were followed by a ajrreed to settle by arbitration, to General revenue fund1438.60 Cheeks and Beautiful Forms. .

In this regard. He made a point on banquet.POTATO. which Mr. Allen consented, and he Fine and forfeiture fund.... 1,604.30 '

:i the Legislature, but he didn't'' make _____ (:Mr. Allen) appointed Mr. Clark Road and bridge fund......,. 3,039.75

e i the Legislature reapportion-Florida CROP PROVESA Howell .as his arbitrator and the Special publicity fund......-. 365.00 Men Need Phosphates to Make Strofig Healthy

> Record Tallahassee. GOOD INVESTMENT\ Board appointed. E. L. Lesley, the. Hard surface road fund..... 201.28 ,
$/ two to appoint a third man. There being no further business be-

.. The Kissimmee Valley Gazette, giving (Continued from Page One) Mr. A. E. Drought apoeared before fore the Board, upon motion of A. F. Vigorous \ Bodies.

f :' an account of the meeting in Kissimmee the Board and stated that the road Bass, duly seconded gy B. H. Guy, "'
' ,1 last week of the Central Flor. in working too island had let .
,. t the vang on they adjourned to meet in special session '
$ ld Association also ) land and up to 'the completionof fire in his muck land and that he C 'j' .
Highway presented get at 10 a. m., June 18th, 1917 for .
::1 :i a street scene, which showed the planting cost $150 per acre; was being -greatly damaged thereby; the purpose of canvassing the returnsof A..I.. .rf ....r.a.. Their. "'H..'..' Kmrrfr ..* 1<:....r..r.* ZOO Pep rrmt of Mere ",
subsequent
! ',"'. the Graystone Hotel, where the highway with Th labor for cultivation, $6, whereupon the Board instructed Mr. the bond election to' be held June Hj Klsspty TaklBK a Few Weeks TH.'_..' .( Ara-a-PhoapbatP.
:J association members gathered. $ per acre for digging and farmer to take the road gang and assist 16th, A. D. 1917.

: The meeting was most interesting, being marketing Th9 farm has an underlying Mr. Drought in putting the fire ERNEST MACH, Chairman, )

:' 1 attended by more than a hundred this substance strata of lime-phosphate, and out.Mr. Attest: Atlanta Oa.. Dr. F. A. Jacobson says cheeks KO to. The muscles lack tone_ .
:; ,delegates, and much was done toward was dug up and applied L. R. Farmer made a report to J. L OVERSTREET that Phosphates are just as essential.to They become nervous, Irritable, I*. Advancing the proposition of *good as fertilizer. Fine corn is now grow the Board of the' proceeds from crops Clerk. any man or woman who tires easily, Is melancholy the' brain fanes, ;:
ing onthis Aeldr and in the five-acre nervous or Irrltatable worn out. or ''and the'memory falls. Therefore If you
" ,, .roads in that part of Florida. The field where at the poor farm whereupon, the looks haggard and pale to make a wish to preserve your youthful vim.
street scene in Kissimmee will attract sweet potatoes are planted, Board instructed Mr. Farmer to use mats a strong robust, vigorous Vigor! and vitality to arlpe, old age .. ,
} I attention wherever the newspaper is the vines are meeting across fourfootrows. the net proceeds therefrom, $474.67, healthy body, as erak.aP'i.o g to you must supply the deficiency of ,
\1'; seen, for its shows a busy town, with in keeping' the farm. I ADDITIONAL. LOCALS make It grow. The aI. Phosphates lacking In your food by ,
.
\? Dr. Hyatt will up la th. cause of all enemlc conditions, using Ara-o-Phosphate, the form of '
.Ii[ x well paved streets, fine buildings', and of plant-an acre ot two The following notary bonds were and the administration of B-graln Ar- Phosphates most easily assimilated .;
t. great many people going about their potatoes this fall as an experiment, examined and approved: lto.l>hollpbate tablets will Increase. the g f
but will back strength endurance of weak. nervous NOTICE: ArKOPhosphate.which I.'
come next spring with and
t', fairs.( -Times-Union. twenty-acre field. a Bond of A. E. Drought with J., F, p F, A. Beall made a': visit to Augusta, care-worn men and women 100 per recommended and prescribed by! physicians '
: Farris and E. G. Fan-is as sureties.' Ga.; leaving; Saturday and returning cent. In two or three weeks time In In all tenema cases. Is not. a a p-
i 1 \ NO BOOZE FOR THE SOLDIERS It is a conceded fact that farming Bond of S. L. Luofer with J. E. many Instances and their continueduae cret or patent medicine, but one that Issold
Wednesday night.
Is a business and must be conducted will build up the whole nervous and recommended by well known
< Lupfer and H. C., Stanford as sure system and give! new life vim, vigor druggists everywhere, and physicians
;: Care should be taken to<< have the I along approved lines' to result in any A. S. Nelson is now planting on the and vitality to the whole body I always are dally subscribing the constituents

people of the United States understand appreciable success, and that every ties.Bond of C. E. Denig with H. H, co-operative plan, seventeen acres in prescribe Argo-Phosphate to patients contained In It. Being entirely unlike >,
; one can not aspire to being a success Hull sweet potatoes at Pinedale; who are pale. and colorless andIt many other Phosphate' It Is easily assimilated -
4 the provisions of the new ful farmers but and S. J. Entriken as sureties. 1 Is surprising- see. how quickly a and will be found effective In :,
army potatoes to1 be
seem Bohn of J. F. Stevens with C. W, Married at Oviedo Sunday night, few weeks treatment will transform a the treatment. of Indigestion and stomach -
it"
bill as applies to>> the sale of intoxicating no respecter of persons. They have Griffin and W B. Crawford pale' face to rosy cheeked beauty. troubles, as well as for care worn
as
sure. Miss Maude Evelyn Smith to' Mr. nao
liquors to proved this year the poor man's bless There can be rosy cheeked healthy, nervous conditions The manufacturers'of
; persons wearing ing, the business man's recreation ties. Joseph Emory Harvey of Kissimmee.!. beautiful women, without their systemIs Ariro-Phosphate; will forfeit I to any ,
the uniform_of_the arm1: or naY;)'. the rich man's diversion.- and Mr W. B. Harris appeared before Both -contractingparties were_.for.merly sufficiently .supplied with Phos charitable Institution J200.00 If theycannOTtreat
-- -- -- '
% the Boardand stated that he did phates. Inr recentInterviews -wlth- any man "or womennd.
the not
) residents of Orlando but will
In confusion ofrej rt that Small '
plots or pocket handkerchief physicians on the grave and serious 66 who lacks Phonphates and Increaso '
came from Washington when the law gardens have grown in backyards understand that the Board had ordered reside in Oviedo upon their return consequence of A deficiency of Phosphates their strength Sand endurance from 1QO\ (
many the subscriptions to oaners discontinued from a trip to Carolina.Orange In the blood of American men per cent to 100 per. cent, or more In one "
; : was enacted, it waa supposed by many and have materially reduced and that the Valley Gazette Citizen. and women, I have strongly emphasis ''month's time. If they are free from organic '
the H. C. L.:we hear so much about. County ed the fact that doctors should prescribe trouble. It Is dispensed by all I
people that no''restrictions had been had sent the out and asked
i Put in papers the more phosphates In the form of reliable druggists. ','
4 .4. made to protect the soldiers from the R. E. Spuds With Hoe i Board to allow pay for subscriptions; 'Bob Bullock, who is in the employof Argo-Phosphate for weak worn out If your druggist' will not supply you ..,
booze vendors, but there is a provision Holcomb, who is farming a whereupon Board instructed the the Everglade Cypress JLumber haggard-looking men and women. send ft.00 to the Argo Laboratories. ; 1(1(
V of the bill that like this five acre tract on Donegan avenue, be- Clerk to draw Company, came up from Tampa Mon.day' When,the skin Is pale and fleah flabby, Forsyth St., Atlanta, Cla.. and they will ",
a warrant for extra .
goes : one It Is a sign of anema When the phosphates send you a two weeks'. treatment
longing to E. L. by return -
-F It shall be unlawful to sell any intoxicating Lesley, planfleU one month, $50. hight, and stopped off 'lor a day go' from ,the blood,, the pink mall. (
-. sack of 'seed this spring. As he had with his He is en route for .
,. liquors, wine, beer or ale The Clerk was instructed to parents h
, l to any officer or member of the military no horse, he dug up the ground with a the ballot for the bond! election prepare and to Jacksonville, where he" will take the '

corps while in uniform, except hoe and cultivated his crop in the have the Supervisor of Registration' examination for enlistment in the en

4 ? as herein provided (medicinal purposes sam manner. When the crop was har- prenurs, list ot qualified voters and to gineers' corps. He returned home /IJ IJand
% .' vested, it netted: him the sum of send the ballot bOxes Thursday after passing the examinations -
z ) Any person, corporation, : to the various
Would
partnership op .association violating $92.40. precincts in time for the\ election June and sta'ea'that he will report buy 1000 each Cows threes .

, z the provisions'* of this section or the These are only a few of the Irish. 16th, 1917. for duty at Fort McPherson the last '

regulations made potatoes which may be truthfully told The' following cost bills and Steers
thereunder shall and
were exam- In Stags Bulls. :
of in this To Cure a Cold One Day up
vicinity, and! what was triedas ined
.T, vmess punishable under the articles approved and ordered paid:
. of war, be deemed guilty of A.misde an experiment in many cases this State: of Florida vs. O, S. Willis, Coach Take LAXATIV8 and Htsdache BROMO and Qnlalne.work oB It tb.stops Cold.the I What deliver ''

:meanor and be punished by a fine of year will be increased to ,a staple State vs. George Smith, Stltte vs., DrncclMs re'n.d moner II It fails to core.S. can you .on cars, your ;
not- more. than $1,000, or imprison crop another year. And it is a safe Sam Turk. State vj. Dana Williams, W. CROVH'9 slKosmre on each boa. 23c. '

I .- ment for not more than twelve months guess Kissimmee's' that the returns famous then will make. : State:: rsr Frank Ferguson, State vs. OTICE TO OWNERS O* DOGS shipping point, after giving one dip- .
'or, both." i name in the ship. W. L. Winn, State vs. J. "E. Long. I

And the! other day Attorney General ping markets of the country. State vs. John IJnsleV'! | herlrr'! f-ed The attention of, dog owners is ping. Want for shipping to Lou.is-

Gregory interpreted the word bill of prisoners for JumTary to May ordinance which .
,".eQ" to Include "give" and gave it as Sunday, July 1at. has been set apartas inclusive were examined, approvedand called to the city prevents

.'hie'' opinion that any'on*, who gives *Patriotic Sunday and the Surfday ordered paid. dogs 'running ,At Urge; after iana. Give full particulars first _,

r .Jiqnor to the man in uniform ,is as schools all over the state are asked tocooperate The Board instructed the lerkj toFrank June ,18t without being muzled. This

guilty .s ft man who sells it. The attorney" in making this day; one of draw the following warrants* ordinance will be strictly enforced. letter. , *, ::1'

4 .' r general also stated that the the memorable event of the year;The Evans for maint. ${i W. c. Bass for W. OVERSTREET : ,

*r ,law applies to national guardsmen object of the observance is to express balance on land for P. F., $500; J. W. G. '- Marshal. 'FRED G. LOCK

sad to the men in the officers training our gratitude to God for our nation Thompson coffin for pauper |A; E. J. 27-2tj ,. I

camps. ". -' and .to arouse feelings of loyalty' ito L'Engla' for cost in: bond I election, a. ....... J1III..... 11II Mast tile ....
Furthermore since this .is an army this nation and a desire to enlist in 284.50; 3. M. TaYlor, supplier to aeea- .. Ita .esIe asS kat1es.5.ct. LAZA. Lake Charles La. i
Wulation it "I pretty:,certain to be some form'of service. An -offering county pauper' $27.95. ' ..,w QMO OU115IM.is bsttths Ofdiaafl > f
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made to'the Red
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; ':t' Buni Metropolis. .. some other form of relief work." "' 1Ilf approved: and ordered paid\ ;. : \t .. ;: .. -. i

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H. Fleming left,Sunday for Athens, Mrs. Milliard Reeco la her from Among those from hero who attend- 6

; Ga., where he will spend the summer. Brunswick Fla., visiting her sister-. the good roads association at Kissira-
in-law. Mrs. Jim Johnston, at her attractive mee Thursday were Dr. M. Sample, J. OUR lAM6AN0
Gra.ystoi\e Casino W. W. and A. B. Bell made a business home in North Kissimmee. W. Sample, R. 0..Philpot J. T. Miller rol\1C AND reef!

trip to Chuleota this week., P. A. Vans Agnow of Jacksonville C. C. Young anJ J. R. Vale.-Haines AND ARE CHOre VCALCWOUfrH _

Mrs. W. B. Makinson and daughter E. G. Vans Agnew of Kissimmee andJohn City Herald. TO -'

Miss Amy, left Tuesday.\ ., for Green M. Lee of Klssimmee motored Just possess your soul in patience, MAX YOU reel. d 0
Springs.Mr. 1 into Orlando yesterday afternoon Brtoher Glenn. The election was call- D NAP7r -
Program for Week,Beginning June 25 from the Osceola capital.=" Orlando ed and the bonds voted for this road at .
.. and W. Winn and
Mrs. A. Reporter-Star, 20th. the earliest moment that it could legally -
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j daughters Misses Grace, Gussie and be don after It was promised. Os- EVERYD
May, motored to Orlando Wednesday.B. Mr. and Mrs., Roy Harmon and ceola county's portions of the Dixie M !
MONDAY ARTCRAFT PICTURES children, Mrs. Eva Brewer and small Highway will be th.* equal of
any on
,, 3. O'Quinn of Klssimmee was daughter, Willene. and Miss Norma the route, and will be finished in time .... '
the guest of Mr, and Mrs. O.,J. ,Cook Reeves, left Tuesday a..m.. for a two for next.winter's travel.
PretcnU the Darlinf of the Scree, Friday.-Haines City Herald. weeks' outing on Hilliard's Island. IF YOU WANT fO ENJOY i
B. Dickerson has the thanks of the
J. D. Clark 'of Klssimmee, was a They the, lake will shore.occupy the, Funk cottage on Gazette for a basket of fine i white the after meal contentment that a .

PICKFORD"in business visitor in 'he city for the day. Niagara grapes grown on the Dickerso : proper digestion Is entitled to,
MARY - Bank of Kissimmee, returned Thursday City. in
-, were large
the Supreme ,Effort of Her Photo-dramatic Career Mr. and Mrs. W. S. J. Carr and from a ten-day auto.tnp to Geor- bunches, splendidly developed and of Our shop Is clean 'and sanitary.
family of Kissimmee, are spending a gia, where he visited relatives and as fine flavor as any we ever tasted. Our goods wholesome and properly I
few weeks at their cottage on the friends at Blackshear and Patterson. Mr. Dickerson stated that his 'Vines' priced., Honest weight and

: beach.-New, Smyrna Breeze. His son, R. D., and nephew, Walter were heavily fruited this season.ForSale:. quick deliveries-come in. '*
"A POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL Thomas, accompanied hlm.i' _n_' k
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The difference between $6.60 and
.. I Miss Mattie Tyson of Narcoossee 11 -
I $75. O is $68.50. Buy Stewart
An that right under the skin and makes a passed through Kissimmee Monday on
appealing romance gets yon
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Phonograph and save the $68.50.
her way to Knoxville, Tenn. Here she City Market
(aught and cry, with America's most beloved sCreeD star. CORNER DRUG' STORE.. will be joined by her sister Miss Em- I

Mrs. DeMandel, who has been vis- ma, who has been visiting friends in II
r SPECIAL PRICES:____._ __. ._,..CHILDREN, 15c;. ADULTS, 2Sc. itnig her, mother, Mrs. J. M. Cochrane, H-endersonville, N. C. They will at-' I
left Tuesday for Colorado Springs; tend the University of Tennessee at I Ir

where she will spend the summer. Knoxville

TUESDAY : Mr. and Mrs. E.' S. Hall have I A
r Ernest L. Green, sign painter of received " ,
FRIDAY ECissimmee has word from their son, Ellis B. '
just completed a big "
McClure Pictures Present ,
Hall Jr. in ',Jrirlfi: '" + '
sign for the new Coe-Mortmier ware. Indianapolis, announcingthe ; J I
HOLBROOK: BL1NN PEGGY HYLAND sndMARC i house.-Haines City Herald. birth of a daughter, Frances "t. ", ;. "
Louise, who Is the first granddaughter. ,
Misses Susie Bell and Thelma I Mr. and Mrs. Hall will be remem-
-'a- McDERMOTT. Woodall left Tuesday a. m.: for Or. bered among the ,winter visitors
lando to spend the week with ,their spending part of January here..
"PRIDE"4., aunt, Mrs1. H. T. Patrick. ,I

Second of the "Seven Deadly Sins Dr.. J. W. Simpson is attending the I rib Dr.and P.the Phillips remainder suffered of' a his fractured family It; has been wlel said; "Eternal
,
"THE SIXTEENTH WIFE" State Dental Association at Atlantic and ,their guest, Mr. Leon Bass were vigilance is the price of liberty,"

WEDNESDAY Beach this week. He expects to be severely shaken up and received minor 'but'when It is a question of your ,
I I ."A Greater Vitatrapn Special away'until Monday. I cuts and bruises when the PhUJipsJ) :I I I freedontvf the annoyance of Insect G
eta; syst I-cmwacw":"'y.suva'! '" '' W : n smahn 'car'tarned'tU7tle"yehtdhdiy: \ ( afternoon
;r, at ; zara'rs! j"'SESSUEHAYAK.\WA"MiJ.iti. uazt'ax 'iij.iJ'JE': : isy j ana 'dangly i ; pests, it takes, more than"eternal
r tar, Emily; and Miss Nettie Newton near Plymouth.-Orlando R ortcr-I :
with ,
to
cigilance" ,cope
-.1.- Star. ,
left. W.ednesdaY"tor Coronado Beach, 1
/" the situation it takes watch.
41I"j ; some
weeks.
several
to spend Three months ago some 100
"THE, JAGUAR'S CLAWS" Miss Lena Harvey ot' Kissimmee is mee highwaymen came to th Kfssim-I., 160 Bags Flour, $ .89 fulnesa, backed,by an effective Insect *

A Paramount Picture SATURDAY the guest of her brother and sister-in- Hy. Assn. meeting in Orlando and vociferously -'' 300 'cans Okra and, destroyer, bring results
for declared, asserted and When Ants Fleas Mosquitoes
t law, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Harvey,
Also a new MUTT & JEFF Comedy the next several days..-Reporter- swore that the ten-mile stretch of II Tomatoes, 12 1-2 Moths, Roaches, Etc., invade your
MARGARET IU.INGTON'mURSDAY Star. snakey, tortuous, unpaved road ge- 60 Bags Sweet Feed 2.65 home, don't delay, get a can of
tween Kissimmee and ,Loughman' Fenole'' and a sprayer from your
__ H. M. Bratton's friends will be gladto would have the finest brick'road In 90 ; 1 Horse and 2,Wag" -local dealer and hit these pests.
l learn that he is rapidly Improvingin days. The C. F H. A. meets at Kis where they live.
William Fox Presents "THE INNER SHRINE" health and expects to return home 1 lsimmee today and the road is,yet un-, ons, 140.00 '
from Orlando, where he was operatedon Improved. Empty words, say we all i 3000 Cakes F nole is" sold in your town""" by:
last week. Fairy W. B Makinson.Co. J. Rober- '\
VIRGINIA I PEARSON, A Paramount Picture. Including them.-Orlando Sentinel, I Z.
A. J. McDonough leaves Sunday June 14. Soap, .05 son. Waters & Carson Grocery Co.. ;y
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-- for Vero with four carpenters. Messrs. I t Quarts 75c; one-half gaL,. $1.25;
Also a Kenystone .Comedy; J., H. Reed Kissimmee's prosperous gallons, $2.00.Sprayers w
WRATH OF LOVE" McDonough & Arnold are building a baker l preparing to enlarge' the I TAYLOR'S GROCERY .
-THE ; warehouse for the American Agricul- Business by taking in his brother A. common, 50c.; automatic,
tural Chemical; Co. at that place. W.( Reed, as a joint partner, and open- II $1.00. ,

Matinee Daily at 3:30. Night Continuous from 7 Patronzie the benefit given for the ing up a large, up-to-date bakery in I We manufacture: Sweeping! Compound
Orphanage .Tuesday night. This will Orlando. J. H. will remain in Kij- I Liquid Soap, F C KO Flea'
PRICES (Except Monday) : CHILDREN, 5e; ADULTS, lOc. be a "Tour Around the World." The simmee with his brother in charge of : Router, Fenole Disinfectant pow-
cost of the return ticket, twenty-five the: business in Orlando, I \. der Fenole Stock &: Poultry Spray,
0Balcosy'for Colored. cents. Mrs. C. R..Walker, Mrs. E. T. Woodruff Cedar Floor Oil, Cedar Oil Polish.
and Miss Emma Woodruff, accompanied -i : \<. ,\ for Toilet
Mrs Elmer Capes and who '{ I Agents Paper Paper k
children, .
;"ijI"II'$: !
Mr, Walker and Mr. Woodruff
.t have been spending several "months ; ," "r. Towels, Drinking Cups, Etc. Write
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when the latter drove over to the Cen- ; for samples and prices.
"e here, left Wednesday a. m. for Miami, ,
tral Florida Highway Asscoiation ..
? where they will join her husband who meeting in Kissimmee. The ladies'annual -
i j is in business in that city. [Fenole Chemical Co.
INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS were entertained with the delegates at
O. B. House of Ocala, who with his the Graystone and had a pleasant ,'

. w 'to. mother and sister 'is spending some time.-Sanford Herald. I
,Bftteric: :<<-Patterns at Quality Store. time at Daytona Beach drove down to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Persons and TAMPA. FLA. "
i Klssimmee in his car this week to look their guests Miss Lucile' Persons, I I
,: .V+ Miss4"BeTfi'lrysn left Friday for astewiWfrlenda
( after business matters. !
some
'T I WeatherRepo-r ; in Taft. Mrs. J. R. Mallette and Mrs. W. M. -- ,
0 "Tour.Around the World" starts Clarke motored over to Daytona Tuesday -
> &, W.. Shirts. 'no fade. Quality from the Graystone Hotel Tuesday and spent the day enjoying the ..o"'OOOto.oooo.o. . .o.o..t.o..t
Store. night at 7:00. Cars run every fifteen pleasures of the seashore. They also
minutes. Ticket includes the privi- motored down to' New Smyrna: and TAMPA'S BESTBay .
Following are "daily temperatures -' &t. and Mrs., M. Kate motored to lege of the diner.. Do not tip the por- over .to Coronado Beach, returning \
and precipitations reported Daytona for a few days' outing thisweek ter.. home the iamb. evening.
by' Government;station. and expect to return today. '
,
,j at Klssimmee fo- he week ending W. H. Arnold and son, William and DEATH OF LA. McLAUGHLIN View"HotelJ'The
: ,' Thursday, June 21 i Men's Dress Shirts, same old price, Charley Breaker left this week for the (Contributed) :
Tstore. .
'* Max. Mln. Rain at Quality East Coast to begin work on building '

.4 3 ;&Friday,_. 1'n.84 ), ,,08v Miss Sadie Bryan left Saturday contracts of Arnold recently& ,McDonough'secured' in by that the firm section The death of R. A. McLaughlin:on ,\.."" ,' 's ,) Hotel, For,, .Our, Home People, S t f
T visit her sister Miss Bertha who is' InJacksonville "
Saturday _.n93 i ; June 10th was quite a shock to all who
Fireproof Construction Efficient Modern
: Service
Equip :
.25 : knew him. He has traveled for some )-
Sunday.89
11' .15 P. A. Vans Agnew and Maxwell Kil- C. E..Swope of Orlando was g.e'eting' time advertising medicine, until his ment-Moderate Rates. ,:'
Monday88 his Kissimmee friends here
a vert of Jacksonville, spent Wednesday many health was so poor he resigned and re-
Tuesday .j__88 70 morning in town, motoring to Orlando one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. turned to this city about one month C. H. JEWETT, Mgr.NNaoBS.
leave for
Swope expects to shortly
,..85 67 .
Wednesday back in afternoon.
the
and
' their old home in. Ohio, to spend the ago.The funeral services were held at o..O..t..
Thursday __,.92 6Q.o..o. ,
I You and the family can get more summer. the home of his sister, Mrs. Lee Mc- .4
... o..ooOOOO..OO pleasure out of a Stewart Phonograph Miss Abbie Harrison of .Arcadia, Leod. lie leaves a wife and one baby, - --
\ than an DRUG Only $6.60 who has been the guest of friends and and mother. Mrs. Frances McLaughlin '
'_ Fire Insurance. See -A. E. Drought. at th4 CORNER STORE.H. ; relatives in Georgia stopped off on to mourn his loss. DR. DeWITT T. LIGHTSEY:
,B. Whitaker of Orance Center, her ,way home for a visit with her Rev. 0..,B. Falls conducted the funeral '
'E. & W. Collars. Quality Store. was transacting business in Kissim- friend and former! schoolmate, Miss services. The sympathy of many OSTEOPATH' s sCorner

Pat Johnston left for Deer Park mee yesterday Mr. Whitaker' is with Essie Bass. friends found expression in the beautiful \
floral tributes. J
Wednesday morning. the Dixie Produce Co. M. E: Losey, who, it will be remembered -I Drug Store Mondays and Fridays; : '
O. R. Brooks, brakeman on the Mid- was seriously injured in a runaway ,
C. F..Johnson of the St. Cloud Tribune weeks' near Griffin's store about
land, is spending'a two vaca- scrape LAKE BARTON
was In town Wednesday. tion at Richmond, Va. He is being relieved two years ago, returned to Kissimmeethis

"American Lady' Corset," newest by B. Johnson of Sanford.Be week from Fort Myers, and expects ..... .
i ,'; styles, all guaranteed. $1.00 .and upi satisfied with nothing but the Losey to has make completely his home recovered'here. from Mr. The nice showers-of rain that have 1\1'" V ., "'''\1 oIt-: ". 1f'I-: ."'...-- V'II --tIo-- ..

at Quality Store. best in Candies. Jacob's and Whit his!!! injuries and says he Knows: of no come to us Since our last writing have "
': Attorney G P. Garrett went to man's kept on ice. CORNER DRUG place where ho would rather live than made everybody happy end most of
Jacksonville Sunday' legal business, STORE.Mr. Kissimmee.A. us are striving to cut 'own the high

r returning Wednesday night. and Mrs. A. D. Gilbert, Mr. and W. Sargent, Jr., came'down from cost necessary of living foodstuffs by raising at most home.of The the Shoes Shoes Shoes .

'Hon A. E. Donegan left for West I Mrs. W.: 11. and R. F. Phillips motor Gainesville Saturday for a few days' Gazette's correspondent made error in ,
Palm Beach Saturday night and 'returned ed to Sanford Sunday to spend the. visit with his sister, Miss Marion Sar- last week's issue in giving the date of
Thursday morning. day with Mrs. M., D. Barber.J. and with his mother Mrs. .
I. gent A. W. the baptizing at this'place as Satur- v
Low prices for the cash. Go tQ F. F. O'Berry came down from Rod- Sargent, Sr., who was here from Avan day, June the 30th. The Correct dateis
11. Lawson's and see what you can man Saturday for a few days to look Park. They left Monday, accompan-- Saturday, June the 23rd.. Every- ; i Spring and Summer Footwear.
save for yourself. after business interests and to visit I ied by Mrs. Sargent's grandchildren, body come out, see the baptizing.andenjoy
with old! friends. Christine and Ferny. a day's outing on our beautiful
: .
A. W. Bailey and Miss
Mr. and Mrs.

Frances Bailey returned. from Tampa,I Mix your own Cattle uniform Com- Miss Marie Huddleston has returned lake.Mr..- Lee-McClain-has.been-detained _ _______ _, __We Have hi! ,
-- - from ----- ------ -- -
on Monday. poung and be sure of a stand Warhingtonwhereshe'w.sthe
from his tie business the few
ard. All materials at the CORNER guest of Mrs. W. J. Sears duringthe past Shoes for member of the family.
Do not forget that we carry the DRUG STORE. Phone 297. ceremonies attending the Confed- days on account of illness. every
best line of Shoes in town and sell erate reunion. On her return trip she Mrs. A J. Lnewas taken very ill
them cheaper. F. H. Lawson. i iMils. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. 'Griffin, accompanied Spent a week with Miss Louise Clarkat on Saturday evening, but is up againat t

i' Will Gilbert and children left' by Misses Norma and Carolynand her home in Tallahassee.Mrs. this writing.We Complete array'of
Lawrence, motored to Coronado trust that the visitors to our
,, Thursday for a visit with friends at: Beach Sunday for the week-end. T; J. ''Burkhalter and'son, Jos Sunday school will remember us and Men's Low Cut Summer Shoes; elegant < <

... ,Jackson, Mich. Aultman and small eph, returned last week from Atlanta, come again as often as possible.M. '
All materials for Cattle Dip Com. daughter Mrs. Henry returned Saturday from an where she was called by the illness of P. Tindall attended the Second Footwear for Ladies, Misses and Children ,
DRUG her sister. Mrs. R. D. Fairman. Mrs. in Narcoossee 11
pounds 'kept at CORNER Day Adventist meeting ,.
; extended visit'with relatives Rod
at
-. STORE. Phone 297. I Jacksonville and Green Cove Fairman was operated on for appen- Saturday night. ; Great Display of White, Kid and '
man. dicitis at the St. Infirmary at Homer "
Joseph Mr. Archy McClain, Messrs. ';
t i Mr. and Mrs. Zeke Pherigo and Springs. Atlanta, and during her convalescense! Clay and Marion Tindall: spent Sunday Canvas Shoes. ,
baby of Miami are visiting their par- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Overstreet returned they visited their aunt, Mrs. Henry in Narcoossee. ;'
e" Y ents, Mr. and Mrs J. L. Pherigo. I from Bradentown Saturday and Walker,, at Rome, Ga. Mrs. Fairman We have heard one or two parents C f I f

Attorney W. B. Crawford 'made a left Thursday for Georgia, where they resided here for some time and her object to 'the policy of the governor in -
business trip to Jacksonville Saturday I will remain during the fruit packing wide circle of friends will be gratifiedto conscripting their sons into the armyon Straw HatsMost
. returning home the next day. I Beason. ]learn that she may recover her the ground that they would not be 1

.. health. fit for anything on returning home, if ,
received. Ladies Come and see Jackson Corsets.
White Skirts just '
should come and see. Prices from r Prices 60c, $1.00 and $1.50..J3eat made Arthur E. Donegan, former state they should would ever return. to In remember this con- complete variety, sizes, shapes and
nection be well
$1.50 to $3.50. F.'II. Lawson.Mr. for the price. F. II. Lawson. senator and a prominent' banker of it
Kissimmee arrived In the that the young man who goes to serve styles. Up-to-the Minute Goods, Prices
Phune Steed of Kissimmee was I Miss Katie Hicks was the guest of terday and is the city Lake yes- his country in this critical hour and
in the city Sunday spending a short her uncle Dr. M. J. Hicks, this week, Park. Mr. Donegan a guest Is''of.accompaniedby returns home fit for nothing in char- Are Right.
1 time with his mother and sisters.-De- returning to her home Reynolds, C. B. McCaughen of Kissimmee.- acter, is mighty apt to have made a fit

If.. ,.' Land News, I Ga.,, Thursday.The Palm Peach Post, June 18. -, for nothing citizen even though-he had ; ."
'
H. from best Candies though cost never heard the call to arms.:
N. Bratton returned they
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Mrs.
Osceola county carried its bond Issue T. R. Adams has gone to Jacksonville -
Orlando Wednesday, where she has us more than others. Jacob's and
is in' Whitman's kept ice. CORNER ''fur good roads without hardly on business.A. H. C. STANFORD COMPANY
been with ,Mr. Bratton rwho a on and
DRUG STORE." any opposition, and the' Loughmanand J. Lane is very busy clearing
hospital there. St. Cloud roads will now be built. fencing, making reedy for the coming .
'Mr.: and Mrs. F., C.'Bryan accompanied 'Mrs..W. HJ Cauley of Gouldsj who Good for Osceola I. Three years ago it planting season. !
>> by Edgar Bryan, left this week has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. Z. couldn't hare been done'but the Central .n't forget the baptizing and open "OU Reliable Shoe Dealer* el Osceela Canty.:

'SB their car, for Marshalville' Ga., Roberson and other relatives, left Flrolda Highway Association has air sermon by Rev. O. B. Fell of Kls

"\' .where they will visit relatives. Their I Wednesday to spend a few days with. helped the propaganda wonderfully.. .- simmee..at "this place. Saturday, Juno
;iP soe'Fraak;ail return with them.' Mrs.'B. C.Dutton at Wauchula: Orlando Repor'ter-Star,, *- 'I. 23rd. ej

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Stt, THE ,,K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1917,

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i KNOXVILLE MAN HAS slices. strung Small on tender a string pods ,al'el and sometimes hung: ----1 CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER '

-sI over the stove to dry. If dried In that St. Cloud
manner heat in oven before storing. Department
LAID CRUTCHES ASIDE CABBAGE-Cabbage U shreddedor

cut in tripe a few inches long. > -i .. -:-_-u.._rr-i liT-m.TT.-n-.n-.iiim MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES
Blanch!, ten minutes, drain, remove .
surface moisture and dry three. hoursat NEWS AND NOTES OF TilE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN "

RKemstUm and KWny Affection of 110 to 145 degrees F.
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT tonight
; Tone dea.llU'i;
Eight Yera...' Standing Hare Entirely CAULIFLOWER-dClen. divide in "OodSM's Liver Tone" Starts Your druggist or : '
__ sells a 60 cent bottle of Doditon's
u u
Disappeared ,lie Says. small bunches, blanch six minutes and you
)
Liver lone under my persona money-
/ dry three to three and one-half hoursat Emil Mack of Kissinimee was a St. Ohio, and will go to California, Ben- Better Than Calomel and You Don'tLess back guarantee that each spoonful will

y "Yes, sir, it's a fact, this time last 110 to 145 degrees F. Cauliflowerwill Cloud Caller on Tuesday morning. r ton Harbor} Mich., Chicago, 111., andLockport a' Day's. Work clean .your sluffginli liver,better than a
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z month I was one of the sickest men turn very dark when drying, but Mr. and Mrs. Cheeseman left on N. Y., before returningto done of nonty galopiel ajtd'that it won't
St. Cloud.
who I' sick.
you lives ever on the saw,Martin said Frank Mill pike Jinks, South will regain part of color in soakingand Saturday to spend sometime In DA- Rev. Melmaker and' wife )'eave ,, Liven tip your sluggish l liver! Feel make pod you on's Liver Tone li real liver

Knoxville, Tenn., "and today I feel as cooking. Dried cauliflower is especially Soto county, Thursday for South Dakota, where fine and cheerful j_ make your work a medicine.\ "You'll know ,it next morning
f'' weU and strong as I ever felt in :my good 'In soups and omelets. 1 Mrs. Bozarth of Arcadia Fla., arrived Rev. Melmaker has accepted charge.W. pleamrej be vigorous and full of ambi (x-i-aiitio you will wake tip feeling lint, .
For drying brussels treat like here on Thursday last to stay a G. King moved: his office on tion. But take no nasty, dangerous liver will ho -working: lieadnclie
life sprouts
month or so, and is much pleased with Thursday into of )Ir Drought's calomel because it tnakra you sick and your
,"I have been suffering: from kidney cauliflower and add pinch of soda to part and dizziness gore) stomach will bohwift
troubles for the past eight years, and blanching' water.PEI'I'ERSPeppers. our Wonder City. Mrs. Bozarth is a building on ,New York avenue. you may lone a day's work. and bow'III'regular.
would nurse and any one needing her'' services Mr. and Mrs. Edd Ely left by autoto Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
time
bark at,
he
dried
the pains in my may Tono In entirely vcga--
will find her at the Bonair House visit friends and relatives in New which causes necrosis of the 006..8.Calomt'l Dotison's l 'Liver (
almost kill me. When I hnd these. by, splitting on one '. side, removingseed craalie, into sour bile like table, therefore harmless and cniv nutnalhate. -
,
,New York
I would have' to quit work. I in the air and finished in on avenue. Jersey.Mr. HiiMr''ii, ,
drying '
spells dynamite, it That's when Give it to your
On Thursday evening,. Juno 7th, and Mrs. Trursdale who have up. ,
lost high as three weeks at a 140 F. A br..akiny Dixluon'n
have us the drier at degrees .more you (eel 1, nausea and cramping. Millions of people are lining
$ time. I also suffered! a treat(: deal satisfactory method is to place pep Mr. and Mrs. Anson McGill entertained of- been here that winter, have returnedto Listen to met If you want to enjoy Liver Tonu' iiiHtcnd. .1 of dangcrous calomel. ..
the rheumatism. About six in biscuit in and heat about fifty of the young people their northern home in Connecticut. Your dropgist'will tell plat
with
per pan over the nicest, gentlent liver \and. bowel I now. you .
weeks ago: I had it so bad I couldn't until skin blisters or steam peppers St. Cloud at a farewell party in honor Mrs. Clock died Friday at 6:30: p. cleansing you ever experiment Jest take the tale of Calomel/ la .aliuuMt IIWl1llcJ.t'ntlrep
walk without crutches. My feet were until skin ,softens. Peel split in half of Harry Johnson who l left' on Friday m. on June 15th, after a lingering m-I a. spoonful of harmless IJodaou'i Liver here
on morning for Atlanta, Ga., to join the ness Funeral services were )
so swollen I couldn't even put my take out seed and dry at 110 degrees -
terrible and engineers'\ : ,corps to which ho had cn-i from her late home on Maryland av *\ 1ti I
,
thick
shoes. :My suffering was ,to 140 degrees F.: In drying GOLF services in maintaining them
? bad Jcried."The listed his services. The evening was enue. Services were' conducted by CLUB NOTES slight .
J once'or twice it got,so fleshed like the pimento do
peppers
in games and music. of the M. E. Church thus enabling: the regular<< men in
t doctor seemed unable to Rive not increase heat too quickly, but dry pleasantly spent Rev. Northrop ,
l me any relief and his medicine seemedto slowly,and evenly. Small varieties The family presented: Harry with a at 2 p. m., on Saturday, June 16th. She The Kissimmee Golf Club antici- charge to devote all their time to ag

tear my stomach all to pieces. You of red peppers may be spread in the set of German silver military brushes, leaves a husband to mourn her loss. pated by over a month the suggestionof ricultural development. ,
with which he was very much pleased. Interment was made in Mt. Peace the National Golf Association. It Arrangement have also been completed
E do not have to take my )word for whatI nun until wilted, and the drying fin ,;'' to send the assistant in chargeto
am telling you-there arc 2O) people ished in'the drier or,them may be entirely 'After dainty refreshments were served Cemetery. has' plowed up comidierable area already -
who knew of my condition who will dried in the sun. I j, the guests all departed to their'different The Priscilla Club met on Thursday and more is in preparation. the University at Gainesville for
,tell you the same thing My case 1.all 1 ,VEGETABLE SOUP MIXTUREEach -1'' homes with all good wishes afternoon with Mrs, Mary Johnson, at Capt. Hunter stated to the Gazette the short summer course in up-to-date

been the talk of the neighborhood, vegetable used in the soup mix i for their young friend. the Lake Front. that he would be glad to recommendto agricultural methods.'
and everybody is praising the nvedi ture is prepared and dried separately. |I Mrs. Howell Bass of Kissimmeewas Miss Ella, Cranston' gave a tea on the ,club' that the Boy Scouts be -*- -
cine. They are put together in proportions a business visitor here on Mon- Wednesday afternoon: her home on allowed to play on the links during Help plant that 1,000; acres of sweet

."Tanlac has done me so Much goodI desired; the desired flavored vegetable day.Mrs. Pennsylvania avenue in honor of Rev. the summer' season in return for potatoes.
hardly know how to praire it. Only) : predominating. A combination of several Lydia; C. Dougherty left and Mrs. Melmaker<< who leave on --- - .-- _. -- --- .- ..

two weeks after I began taking:, it 1 vegetables makes a most desiv. I Il Thursday evening: to spend the sum Thursday for South Dakota. HOOO OH'OOOOOOo OOoOO. O'Ot-OOOOO"OtOo c Oo..oO: .

.. ...... ,.tbl.,.to,laytsy.rutchew ,ssitl n4.. ,W mer with relatives _and friends at . .
6r waa oupMmji t ICr1'.b.oS..m; .t t,. )ften,,' ' . ;I ; ;
ilkti' sUUiuYi1i"'L"m'1t11tEP"1'a": A'c 7iff"i af i 5 el orrel'rul'rThe =
I now walk as good( as "anybody.]used carrots cabbage onions cel 1 i '
can are :
Montsdoca';; 'B
,Only a few days ago 1 walked from cry and okra. I Julian Phillips Veterans' Association met on D. G.Wagner: ; Insurance Agenc2nd crr-

it-'era, "A track in the South: 7 Knoxville nRIsS ETC.-Celery top's, pars, of Kefiansville spent Monday in our Saturday, June ICth at 2 p."m.'

n Macadam Company,, a ..distanceof ley"mint; sage and Herbs.-of all kind! ,,city. Opening song, "America, followed I '.
miles. I now back at Dr. J. D. Chunn left Saturday evenIng by''prll'er by .Rev. Beauchamp, as Floor i
about four am need! not be blanched, hut washed well Citizen Bank Bldz., Phone No. 30
for his old home in Alabama, was absent on a -
work again and can go about as goodas and drl.din the sun or in drier. TheM Chaplain Westcott -
anybody. It has not only 'cured my are good: for flavoring soups, purees, where he was called by the illness of Vacation. { The Leading General Insurance '
In Osceola Co
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back and rheumatism, but I feet nbso- gravies omelets, etc. his parents'and sister. I Song by the choir. Agency :
ilutely well in every way. I simply Storing Dried Vegetables .I Mrs. A. Bass, Miss Pearl Bass, and The minutes of the previous meeting t
p' ccn't get enougl to opt and every- When vegetables are first taken Duke Warner motored to Bassenger'on were then read and approved.Mr. WE REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK, HART

thing seems to agree with me. My from the drier, if completely dried, Sunday Wentworth gave an address on FORD, AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE ,
,i strength has returned also and I have they are very brittle. They are more A. D. Story of Boggy Creek was a the war and its necessities and the t COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW' YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., I ,

gained ten pounds in weight.: When I easily handled and are in better con* St. Cloud caller on Tuesday. buying: of bonds. President Kenney AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE ,
child Mrs. McDermitt and Mrs. W. A. remarked that some bought: Liberty ,
go to bed at night 1 steep like a dition for storing if allowed to stand \
,r' something I haven't done for one, to three hours to absorb enough: Drawdy went to Kcnansville on. Monday Bonds for Uieir babies, and if he had LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO.
't months' moisture to make them more pliable j, for the week. some "in his family he would buy one t BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive .
r "If anyone doubts what you tell before putting into bags or storing'I Mr. Saunders of Indiana is spending for each one.

them about my case, just tell them to otherwise. If it is not convenient to a few days here. ,( Song by the choir Insurance'
!' ,call new phono 1923-B and I will be store products immediately and they I I Messrs. Kenney and Speed of Memphis -I Mrs: Clara Kenney took charge for

more than glad to tell them about the are allowed to stand several days they Tenn., attending the' septic, the social, program. ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY.IN .
l wonderful benefit I have received should be heated to 160 degrees F. to tanks for the city, are here for a few Readings by. Mrs. Kibby. and Cap- THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION

from it. Tanlac is worth its weight in destroy any insect eggs that might be ,days. tain Sheldon. .
gold and I will always feel grateful on them. Care should be taken not to Rull Bass of KiasimriCi was a busi- Rev. Santee gave a new" version of AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION.
c for what it has done for me. hat the 'vegetable higher than 160 ness visitor at our city on Saturday. the "Old Oaken .Bucket finishingwith
Tanlac is sold in Kissimmee, excl degrees F. ]I Mr. W. Milar and family left on a,talk on prohibition and patriot- -
J. Z. Roberson, in Cloud Dried vegetables should always be 1 Saturday last by-auto to spend the' fyWt-WVWe- -
P t byeSemby Pharmacy, and sin Ken.ansvUle. stored moisture proof containers Bummer at Carbondale, Ohio. ism.Solo by Tommie Walters, "De 4A V -T/v

a and in a dry place free from dust and Mr. and Mrs'? P. E. Morgan left on Breaking of the Big Horses." Two .
dirt: The best container Is a tin box, Saturday to visit the latUr's parents selections by Comrade Dingle'on his
} bucket or can fitted with a perfectly Mr. and Mr. Buchanan at Browns- accord eon. Stout Lumber Co.
.
1 *ILBUR MCCOY URGES tight 'cover. Perhaps the most convenient town, III. A talk on prohibition by Comrade ,
STORAGE OF FOOD CROPS and cheapest container is the I. W. A. Drawdy and Denver Bass Spalding. SUCCESSORS TO MAY-.TOUT LUMBER! 00.

I --.-' small paper bag. A small amount spent Tuesday in Kissimmee in busi- Reading by Miss Lida Chase. SDEALERS IN

To the Editor: should be put in each bag:, just enoughfor ness., Closed by singing "Star Spangled S\
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Merchantand "
Maxwell and Mrs.
Mrs. Banner, '
Pear Sir: I am enclosing with this'. vent one the or opening two meals.of any This dried will prod pre two. children have. gone to Edge- .J. L. BROWN, Secretary YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS
'of little circular' that I think
copy a uct that cannot be consumed In' a short mont, Wyoming. .
'
r, will be of interest to the farmers in time. ''The upper'part of the bag is Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck of Kissimmee, EiFT YOUR CURNS LUMBER I. .
here with
,. your section,'and to'every one in gen twisted to form a neck. The neck is spent Friday and Saturday OFF WITH FINGERS
band who is in Marine's Phar.macy. .
'era]. : bent over and tied tight with a string. be rhus. Novelty Works ,in .ConnectionIt
The entire bag is then
painted with a Tells Tender Corn
Loosen
How to a
We believe that crops can be,grown coat of melted paraffin small We are sorry to hear that Roy Van
using a
and stored successfully, but it will be brush or a frazzled' end of a piece of Denberg is sick at this writnig, but- or Callus So It Lifts Out is our pleasure to give yon estimates at all timei.
for the farmers to hope he will soon be out again., Without Pain
necessary arrangeto rope. This makes the bag practically Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery
get some advance storing their moisture and insect proof. To further Mr. and Mrs. F. Van Arsdale .left '

crop. I trust you will publish this protect; the insect ravages, label and Thursday morning to spend the' um-- You reckless men and women who Phone 21 Fla.S"tateB'ank
i and give it a prominent place in your pack bags In a tin container with a at Prentis, Wis. are pestered with corns and who have Kissimmee, ,
The Garreson of the Army and _
and so help out.
paper tight fitting cover. A large number of at least once a week invited an awful
I hope you will realize the Import.anee bogs can be stored in an ordinary lard Navy Union held their regular meeting ... ...
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., death from ,lockjaw or blood poison -4 -A ,..
afternoon in the. Masonic
of stirring the business men I on/Monday
up can. A glass jar with a tight seal is I "
a "
told Cincinnati authorityto
are now by a : '
Hall. After the business session
and bankers in this matter and .that,I food container for dried -
you get: them to arrange to guarantee Paraffin coated containers products.of they closed early and entertainedthe use a drug called freezone, which ,
paper i the moment a few drops are appliedto Ic
Elsie P. Remarks
) advances on ataple products when various sizes can be found on the market McElroy Auxiliary. -
I', stored in warehouses. .If such containers are used they were-miide by the different any corn or callus the soreness is
? Yours very truly should be stored as the bags. A I members, and a good social time was relieved and soon the entire corn or
9 WILBUR McCOY, list of companies from paper whom such |'enjoyed. Ice cream and cake were callus, root and all, lifts off with the .

Agricultural and Immigration Agentof containerscan be purchased. will be I served by the gentlemen and after the fingers.
the A. C. L. furnished by this office social a joint meeting was held for the Freezone dries the moment it is ap
All dried produces should upon request.be purpose of purchasing a piano for the plied, and simply shrivels the corn or
examined -
There seem* to\ be some fear on the occasionally. Upon the first'' Garrison and Auxiliary, after which callus without inflaming or even irritating of Kissimmee

& part of farmers that if they greatly appearance of insects, spread in thin'','they adjourned to meet in two weeks.J. the surrounding tissue or '
increase their acreage of food crops layers in the sun until .insects disappear H. Bullard left on Saturday last skin. A small bottle. of freezone will
the speculators will take advantage of ; then heat at a temperature of- to spend the summer at Johnson City, cost very little at any'of the drug

the. fact that they\ will have to sell in 160 degrees and restore .caref lly. |Tenn. stores, but will positively rid one's The eyes of the world
; the falland will not pay them a fair I II Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Hendrix left feet of every hard or soft corn or '
,$ market Value If they were assured ,Wednesday morning for Cincinnati, I hardened callus. If druggisthasn't
your
now,by'the bankers and business men' KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELLHealth freezone he it at
can get .
I : any
that warehouse
facilities would be
1' any wholesale drug house for on' the whoSAVES
> you.
provided so they could 11'.01'41 their 5 ee ,eelff are man
products for a time and cecure' substantial Is Worth Saving, and Some '
POJtmaat rs offered $5 each for
: are I
s advance on their market value Kiafiimmee People Know How
until they are ready to sell, it would St securing navy recruits. Newspapers
To Save; It. il bombarded
with
'act. Q are advertising; matter
as a very great stimulus in bringIng 1h !
about increased production. to run free accomplish the same

At Union Springs, Ala., the-bankers Many Kissimmee people take their \ purpose. The postmasters use time
have authorized a publication in the lives in their hands by neglecting tho '" f. for which they are' already compen-
papers advising farmers to raise foodstuffs kidneys when,they know these organs Z,1it; ,h (;f:1 sated. The newspape's that costs

corn, velvet beans, need help. Weak kidneys are responsible ,):.;.: h. I money to produce and fill it with type
hay and when delivered merchantable for vast \o..t- ,- they have to pay to Lave set, print it .
in a amount o! Bufferingand ;fi .:...::.
i" on a they had to for with
condition In that city they will ill health-tho slightest delay is press pay ,
store them in warehouses and advance dangerous. Use Doan's Kidney Pillsa ; ink that takes ens', 1 t> buy, and for a

onr thorn products 66 2-3 per cent. of remedy thpt has helped thousandsof I : "dr' reword they pay telegraph tolls. to
their market value. Cann't' bankers kidney sufferers. Hero is a Kissim learn that,the cry in Congress is
) :rY"F ",
and business men in his territory do mee citizen's recommen n on. "a 'swat the newspanert'. Pretty kettle for a moment young man .
the, ..met ._ J. B. Dilard Emmett.St., says: "I r--5n WI&f ofs of fish, isn't' It Leesburg CommerciaL PAUSE ,

was laid up for clcvsn; months with give a thought to self. The
rheumatic pains and
DRYING VEGETABLESFOR ; a physician said
the trouble was brought or by disor-' NOTHING adds more problems that confront
+ HOME USE dered kidneys. I was in about as bad to the home you now, or
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shape as. anyone could be. I had than an attractivelypainted i I will few hence.
. (Continued from Page 3.) taken many kinds of medicine, but roof. Pee GeeGreoStain LIiFos' 'a years .
y" under water. Blanch In boiling water didn't 'get' any results I Lilly used -
five\ minutes Doan's Pills is especially Look bout yon-the men of affairs La
: ,'. remove surface moisture/ Kidney rnd I noticed country, state, nation
and dry two and' one-half to three their good effort' right v/ay. Six Vnade for Bungalow Roofs and yes,'ia ,the world, are tie men who started to save early in life.
)i hours Begin, at 110 degrees F, and boxes made ire feel ever-so much, bet- .rough weather, boarding. It iau 'LAX-FOS IS All IMPROVED CASCARA
I raise temperature gradually to 140 decrees tor." high-grade stain and wood DIGESTIVE' LAXATIVE They han the respect and confidence of the
preservative combined. community.Then .
, F. Leak is cut in one-quarter Price SOC at all dealers Don't

inch stripe and dried the same as simply ask for n kidney remedy-get Doubles the Life of CATHARTIC AND LIVER TONIC look the other side
on at the feDowi
who spend all l'f
onions. Daan's Your Roof and they
Kidney Pills-the Sarea
same that )
LAX.Pas II not a Secret or Patent Medicine -
BEETS-Boil the whole beets with Mr. Dilard had. Foster-Milburn Co., You Repair Bills. but la composed of the following .ke-tlael may have a food time for a while, but what does their Tl/

, ," akin Until 1 a little .more than three- Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y, Pee Gee Creo-Stain can be old-fashioned roots and herbs personality reflect? '

,:,kfourths done. Dip in cold water, peel I J plied with a brush or as a d.pp ap-- CASCARA BARK ,
and slice in one-eighth or onequarterinch C., If. FUNK SHIPS CARLOAD nc paint: Co.ita 19 at- BLUE FLAG ROOT A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the '
ak slices. Dry two and one-half to OF FINE WATERMELONS tractive non-fading and durable nucleus of an honorable, Independent'career.
.
.
RHUBARB
three hours ut 160 degreesF. colon: ROOT .
PUMPKIN AND SUMMER C. II. Funk loaded a carload of BLACK ROOT Make your beginning now-today. Year bank

SQUASH-Pare and cut In about one- melons for shipment Wednesday Ask for Color Card. MAY APPLE ROOT book will pare the way. .q
,'half) inch strips and' blanch three They.wer of the Tom Watson variety rRl'Z-III-.d' 8001.1. "'H_

:1l minutes,, remove surface moisture, and the largest we hew, seen this! .....d&IUe How_to.f'ooia& Ta.-" Ask car II SENNA'LEAVES'' Capital stock ---______________ ____ __u $100,000.00 (
and dry slowly from three to four reason He used a Pod nnd AND PEPSIN Resources, over
car ------------------------r400,000.00 .1 i ,v
hours, raising temperature\ from 110 trailer to bring them t,. town, a dis- _A. P. Dee F7.si.lu In LAX-Poe the CASCAJIA!. Improved' by ,1' 1

,to 140 degrees) F. Celery cut in one tance of about eight miles, and made .f.a'_ .' Pu' the addition of these digestive ingredients -. .. Officer and Director .
inch U dried in several round in snaking it better than ordinary CASCARA -
t strips the came 'way trips one day, bring'fng \
,q ..pumpkin and puasll.I from-80 to, 100 melons each trip., only,.and a stimulating thus the combination laxative andesther-acts not I C A. CARSON. President M. KATZ''and E. I. LESLEY, V-P. '
Osceola Hardware' Co.Kiaalmmeae
,I OKRA-w..h, blanch three1 minutes - Mr. Funk'planted three acres in c>,tic but also as digestive and liver tonic, ROMA THOMAS, Cashier .
in boiling soda water and'dry two melons this season, and states that he.f Syrup laxatives are weak but Laz-Poe
lOP* three hours at 110 to 140 degrees, baa sold so far about $500 worth beside Fla. combinea strength with palatable aromatic N. C. BRYAN. N. B. CARSON '1 '
M. KATZ
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Ln, F. ,/ Use one-half -teaspoon soda to the carload shipped this week, taste and doe not gripe or disturb C. A. CARSON? ,j.. H. FLEMING K. \
L.
s gallon of.water. Dry young and0naaJl and that be still has a quantity of fine' the toniach. One) bottle will prove J.,WADE TICKER. '''Dir.ct.y LESLEY. ..
tender pods'bola OlderthouldL. pods melons in the field yet to be mar-. .:' LAX-FOI Inralnable for CosMtipation, .: { '

.tuti,,fa; .ooe-qnaxter., 'inch keted., ladigestlosi or Torpid Liver.: Price 30c.'' _,J
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY.JUNE 22 1917 SEVEN

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ATTENDANCE OFFICERS TAKE, town of Klsslmmee City Osceola coun school and that the parent Is unable to No. Oism, for 8W",, 'of NWU", Town. ..o.ooo.oo.oooo.o.ooo.ooo oo. .ooooo..o..o ..oo...... ,
CENSUS ty. Florida. Plat on nle In the office of the necessary books and clothing ship JI a.. Range It E.,, .Tallahassee .
Clerk M circuit Court of Drafts: County'I'bride ; Provided That when books and Meridian, has filed notice. of Intention '
as the property of one of clothing shall be provided through to make Commutation Proof to establish '
G. B. Woodall. who was appointedas the defendants, the. Kulp divorcee charity or by other means, the child claim to the above. described, be. !
attendance offt r.for.SchoorBoard and I will on Indday of shall no longer be exempt from school fore Clerk Circuit Court at Klsslm- $5.30 ,
District No. 1 and the officer for July, A, D. 117 the same being" the attendance under this provision! Provided I' m9 ere, Florida, on the llth .day of July,
the first Monday and the Rule Hay of aald further Thst when a teacher. Is .
St. Cloud district commenced work month offer for sale at public outcry charged .with Inefficiency misconductor Claimant names as .witnesses:
last week by taking the census of all : between. the legal hours of sale In front cruelty such charge" being made In 'V. W. Britt of Ixiughman. Florida.
the children In these dtsirtcts of the Court House door In the city of .writing" and filed .with the Trustees of H:< J. Popeney of though man,, Florida.
between Klsslmmee, Osceola CountYI State of the tipeclal.Tax School District, or with J. JV Collins of Loughman. Florida Jacksonville Florida'
the ages of six and twenty-one A Florida' the aforesaid mentioned real I the County Board of Publlo Instructionby John Hamburger of Uoughman.. Flor. '

copy of this- roll will be sent 'to the estate and sell same to the highest and a parent, or guardian, of any child I ida 7
best bidder for cash. attending the school being" taught by I n.OBT, \V. DAVIS. '
state aupernitendent, otto to the county such teacher then the attendance of 14-8t Register and
superintendent and one copy is kept Sheriff of Osceola CountyytFlo, Ida. such child shall not be enforced until return

by the officers themselves. 9h9I after a full Investigation of such charge" SHERIFF'S SALE! '
has been made by the board .with which
When the school -
term in OFfLORIDA
opens the NOTICE OF EXKCDTOR same was filed and. tho said teacher has ACCOUNT
fall it will be their duty to ascertain been acquitted or exon..rated.J la the Clrealt Ceart for Oneeela C.47 ...- e

whether all children between the ages .. Court of Canary jBda-e, QaeealafousrtfV 81.. Temporary ABMBC* Allowable.Rvery State-ef Flartda.DEKJLE . PRESS ASSOCIATION \ \

of eight and fourteen are in attendance ; !State! .. .f Worlds parent guardian, or other person INVESTMENT CO., a Corpora. ,
II -. .- In the State of Florida, having -
for' at letfst eighty days each lion vs.
term; Should child be 1. re t3Mate of. Jhs> W. Tk.Bi..ees> charge or control of a child or children ARTHUR E., DONEQAN..
any physically between the ages of eight and fourteen --...:.. .
j or mentally incapacitated, a Notice I. hereby given to all .whomIt years shall cause said child or''childrento Notice J Is hereby given that under 'Tickets''' on Sale June 27th-28th \ \

ian's certificate. must 'be. Phyalc.1 may concern that on the 12th day of I attend school as aforesaid; Provided. and by virtue of an execution Issued
this effect. December A. L). 1817 r shall apply to That occasional absence from' such attendance out of the Circuit Court of Onceola .

; Parents, too must in the Honorable M. Murphy, Judge of by any two child unexcusi-d amounting absencesIn to county. State of Florida. In the above . With Final Limit 1st.
not than
co-operate 1 ftntd Court as Judge"of Probate, for my more entitled cause on the list day of March July
their children four consecutive weeks. shall not he .
sendnig to school a final discharge- Executor of'the estate A. i>. 117, upon a Judgment rendered ,
tain portion of.the year and their of 'John VV.' Thomr.on. deceased; unlawful; Provided, further That of the the In said court on the 2nd day of May. ...
teacher In charge
eel'.j and that nt the I will present principal or 1918, In favor of the plalntltr'and''
It.' ure to do 86 is now considered a my nnal accounts AS Executor of .school. may excuse.. any child for temporary against the defendant In said cause I VIA

dameanor and Is'' punishable saM estate, and ask for their.approval absence; because of ft storm ar' have levied u p'> following desertb.ed ,
fine or imprisonment.MYSTOMACH. pated 4une) llth A. D. 1917. bad .weather, sickness or depth In I its real estate, lying and being .situate'.
I EDUAKlD. HOQAN. family unforseen or unavoidable accl jn Onceola county State. of Florida: 1 Atlantic Coast Line
:i6-6mo Kicecator.HCIIOOl dents Excused absences and the rearson' All' of .
12. < and '
_. therefor shall bn recorded hv said *4and nil of Snetionf52. 'excep0 \

CO\IPtf.IIOUy.! ATTI5nCbapler school, and Officer shall reported hereinafter to the provided Attendance NWW of the SEt( all being sjtuate the In Standard Railroad of the South 4D1EA1
I as Towrmhlp 28 South of :
Kange 11 East
ELY ACE Provided further, That In casa otprotr"ct..d
; r
"" the! property of the defendant *
child whose :
Illneesof
any thur 15. : 2'i
( 6831 Laws of 1915) Is under this Act;. Dont-Ran and t will, on the .ooo..o..o'Ot000000040000000.0000f'OO A
,, attendance required day or i JUly 1917' the came being the .o..tOt.o. .t **
or in case of quarantine of the homoIn
ONE DOSE WILL CONV.INCE first Monday
And the rule
day of the
U6.'hcne''I' one-fourth of the .
which such child resides, upon report Paid
month, ofTur rorsnla at public out.
Gall Stones Cancer fonrliitvred whlt voters nt Special' I of the Health OffH-or or upon certificate between
and Ulcers of the any cry the legal. hours of sale, In .
Tux School District School Board Die of any legally" qualified physician front of the
Stomach and Intestines, AutoIntoxication ( t'I"tor; of any county shall file with to this effect the Attendance Officer ell,. of KlHiijmmee. courtliousn. Onceola door. County In the,
a County Donrd of Publlo Instruction simll excuse from attendance such htaln of KldildH.
Yellow Jaundice Appendicitisand the aforesaid mention.
child ho .Is fullv restored to
for e1.* until ed'
a writtenpetition asking an c- reel! estate and sell tho samo to the 1 PROSPERITYii'.5
other fatal. ailments result from lion to l>e, held In such Kpcclnl Tuxlielwol health; or until any quarantine excluding Ulghf-st and best bidder for cafih.-
Stomach Trouble. Thousands of District, School hoard i"' strlct the, child from, school has beenraised . L. H- IN or county, determine. whether com- bherlt of Osceola County Florida.NOTlCl1 ..

" of-i1tof ; \\.S talltaei <.:.S11tTayarlh.awd'' bh6lravirettt: of" soawtletriclpnae;;'or"(lie 'smaJ1lJl'lth..r county. l '....1""'"ntT:7 u.._'i l'enaldt.e..An:}irtSdnn"'Tn' !n71I'01'ar t>arIHt.Jtllard rttnd
plate recovery to Mayr's Wonderful It shall he thaoduty of the County .children violating' the provisions of "; f' ,*,
Remedy. Unlike other for Stomach Ron,'d of Public Instruction to 'order. an this Act shall1 be guilty of a misdemeanor OF* N 11111'UTOIt 't
.
any election In either of said districts, or and upon conviction by any (For Klaal Dint-barge)
Ailment. For sale by1/ J. Z., Ro- tho. 'county, according as the ,petition court of competent. jurladletlon ahall Formulas
may red' berson_and. druggists. ,evprywhere.UALSMI! compulsory school attendance dollar find hot more than three dollarsfor Connty; JudgeOsci'els ..
each and offense: And tonatrt Mtiite .(_Ktorlda. I ... :..
upon ,
d provisions shall he enforced in said every la lie Mutate of Joaa IIleL.u..".. Ideal l Methods '
Special Tax 'School District, School failure-or refusal to pay such fine, said .
Board )District or county. parent guardian or other person In ---
157. The County Board of Public Instruction control of a child. shall ha Imprisonednot Notice is hereby given to all whom I
shall give notice of such election to exceed thirty days /In the County It may concern that on the list day of if 200 LBS Ideal Results
'
by advertising the same for four Jail; Provided. That the fine"for any October 'A. D. 1817. I shall apply to
weeks In a newspaper published within first offense, may upon payment of the Honorable. T. M. Murphy Judge" of .
costs, be suspended and not collected said Court as Judge of Probate, for my
It be '
the territory. a published -
therein hut if newspaper none, then In somenewspaper until the same person be convicted of a Anal discharge John RS Executor", of the .,s.tats.of D Make Your Crops With a Profit y
In the county. second offense; Provided further,. Thatafter McLaughlln. deceased;
158. The pe Iohrdl such elections the expiration of three. days' from and that at the same time t .will present -
must be registered as provided In the the time netlce Is served by the Attendance my nnal accounts as Executor of %: Write ror free lianas
general law for registrations for special Officer each and every day a parent said Dated estate, and ask for their approval. pj'FLORIDEAL oa Grove aed II...... '
April llrd, A. D. 117.
-... guardian or other shall
elections* and they ahall have the person
KtSIIOHIVR :AND CRUMB Oil.KKUintcs same qualifications tor. 'a"d prerequisites .wilfully and unlawfully. keep such childor Aprll-6mo. R. E. .MCLAUGHLiN, %; ALKIDUl &
'
-Run on oil of any kInd.( to voting as prescribed In elections. children from school, or allow It or Executor. SEMINOLC Wilson Tooimer"Fertilizer' Co.,
No batteries, magneto or Ignitor. A held under the "general election laws.. them to rem..ln'eut of schol. shall constitute .
4 h. engine .will run a full load 159. The election shall be held and a separate offense and shall NOTICE! OF ADMINISTRATOR j CHEROKEE M..dad aren IDEAL FERTILIZERS ,. ,:

for Ie hour at cost of to a day. conducted In the manner prescribed"' by: subject such person .to the penalties. FINAL DISCHARGE! Desists In spray Maeklaerr... laeeetleldeeJacksonville
Rises 1, 4, 8.' 20. 10 .7* h. p. Send law for holding general elections, except above prescribed. EIrrn
for price Pump.. Mill Supplies, Engines. as provided In this Act. and all 1(*. The County Board of Public Instruction hi C..gt .t c..y Judge. State ef Florida
Boiler. Saw Mills and Wood such elections shall be held .within of any county wherein anydistrict Fl.elda. : ;, ,, .
worknlg" Machinery. or the. county, has adopted the
sixty: days from the filing of the peti
MALSBY MACHINERY CO.llIe.m. tion. compulsory school attendance provisions I1SON &:
160. Inspectors of election shall be of this Act shall have the newer la Be Estate .f Prix-Ilia Ba_ Osee la .
Bar .... Jaefcaoavtlle. Pla. appointed and qualified As In cases of appoint and fix the compensation of Cosiaty. RTlLIZER

general elections, and they-shall canvass an Attendance Officer or Officers, and ,
the vote cast and make due returns remove the same at will An Attendance ."Notice Is hereby given, to all whom ILU !t.
of the same to the County Board Officer may be appointed for one it may concern that on the 1st day: of t
Magnolia Balm of Publlo Instruction without delay.. school or for a number of schools In August A. D. 1(17 I shall apply to the .
The County Board of Publlo Instruction the discretion of the County Board of Honorable T.' M. Murphy, Judge of said
.hall canvass the returns and declarethe Publlo Instruction, and may be a supervisor court, as Judge of Probate, for my final
LIQUID FACE POWDER. result, and cause the same to be recorded or a trustee of a school or any discharge" as Administrator ojf the estate .. WATERS, & CARSON
as far a. applicable, as providedIn suitable person who will discharge the of Prlscllla Bass, deceased; and GROCERY CO. Local AgMts
The beauty'eecret of the general law concerning elections. duties of the position, and the County that at the lame time I will present to ,

women who knowhow Board may assignan Attendance Officer said court my final accounts as Administrator .
1(1. The ballot used In such elections such other duties as may b. deemed of said ..tate. and ask for
to take care of the com- shall be plain white paper and printed advisable their approval. . ...... ..... ...... ... . . .... . . .t. ...... . . .
thereon "For Compulsory School Attendance 170. It shall be the duty of every Dated January list A. D. 117. "
Cannot be
plexion. Attendance Officer to take an accurate
and Against CompulsoryScheol
detected., Heals Sunburn Attendance" ao arranged that census of every child between the ages 1-ltem OSCAR.Administrator BASS Cold '
for Fresh Meats i
Tan. the voter may express his' choice, as I In of six and twenty-one year In his district I Storage
, ,Mop Soothing, the Australian ballot, by making across i in the month of June In each and .
I .r\ cooling refreshing.fi.t.irbb. ,. mark to the I.tt.ot. one or the every :year on blanks furnished by the .ORDER. FOR PUBLICATION .
/f a: other of the two lines State Superintendent of Public Instruc .
efZ>mnMrerArac/ R t73m. 1.*. Should three-fifths of the votes' tion. Ho shall make three neat and (!.. ClrrBlt CMI. State el .......... Eggs Vegetables Etc.
legally cast at any such election be legible copies of this census roll, which i ,
Sample teltlaw color) for 2c. Stamp. "For Compulsory School Attendance"then shall give the name, sex, date of birth -
Ers Iaallae BeaJasmlB. Co.I.I..fl .
; I the of -
4Os-IoF'oftIas. B.ee&ba N.Y. the compulsory school attendancelawa the otnceparent childaanndany AlvlB B. BeBjaaola, Defeadaat.
a-Ml..c.. hereinafter prescribed shall be In with I additional vs. STORAGE RATES ON MEATS
.
Information demanded.One ,
force In such territory for two or
forever thereafter until anotlter-ru copy of this census shall be filed Seventh ".......1 Clrelt, Oa ela Ce..-
election is held In compliance with the with the State Superintendent of Public y-IN CHANCERY. Storage on all Meats, 1-2 cent pound, Fifteen Days.
foregofng provisions; and If three- Instructionone' copy with the County "
THE TLoRiDAtfETAlPRo8uctsCo fifths or more of the votes shall be cast Superintendent of Public Instruction It appearing! by affidavit appended to '
"Against Compulsory School Attendance by the first day of July In each and the bill filed in the above-stated cause.. Curing Pork ready for smoking, 1 ,l-2c. ,per pound !
MANUFACTURE ," then school attendance shall not every year, and one copy shall be preserved that Alvin B. Benjamin the defendant
be compulsory In said territory until tor his own use, and ho shall therein named Is a non-resident of the .Curing. and Smoking, 2c' per pound.Bring .
. '
'
furnish the principal of each school .n n '
"
determined by election of
1"-*' METAL otherwise an state of Florida, and Is a resident H
r held In pursuance of this Act; Provided. within his jurisdiction with a list of Garden City .state of Kansas, and that .
That when any such election Is held Ina the names of children due to attend the ho Is over the of twenty-ono I'
age years;
CEILINGSCULVERTSSHINGLES whole county compulsory school attendance school of which the principal Is In It Is therefore ordered that paid nonresident us your hogs the day they.are killed. We will do. >
shall be enforced In any charge and the County Board of Pub defendant be and he Is hereby ,
r School Board District or districts, of lie Instruction shall ascertain without reqlred to appear to the bill of complaint the rest. ;F
said county where In a three-fifths vote charge" the number of pupils containedIn filed In said cause on or before a

AND OTHER was cast for Compulsory School At. said lists Monday, the Ind day of July, A. D. 1917
tendance." though a three-fifths vote 171. The Attendance Officer hall otherwise. the allegations of said Bill
SHEET METAL of the county as a .whole was cast serve a .written or printed notice or will be taken as confessed. by said defendant. KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE'' CO. y
'Against Compulsory School Attendance partly written 'and partly printed notice '
BUILDING ;" Provided, also That when any upon every parent guardian or It la further ordered that this orderbe

such election Is held In a whole county other person having control. of a childor published once a week for four con. ...OOOO.604.0000..6 000006000..6 O.OOO.O OOO.O..O.. .. e
fI children violating of
,. MATERIAL compulsory school attendance shall not compliance secutlve week. In the Klaslmmee Valley -
V/JflTt! TODAY AN SPECIAL be enforced In any School Hoard District this Art and prompt on the Gazette, a newspaper. published In -- ,
or Districts, of said county part of the parent guardian or oth..rper.on said county and state.
rOR CATALOGUESJACKSONVILLE"
,
QUOTATION wherein a majority vote was cast shall be required. If any parent, This 10th day of May ;
"!,. . .- ..tLA.i' "Against Compulsory School Attendance guardian, or other person' "upon whom J. L. 'EJiREET.} NOTICESotlce
," though the majority vote Of the such, notice Is .erved, falls. to comply Clerk Circuit Court. .
county as a whole was cast "For Compulsory ..wlthMhe law within three days thereafter (Circuit Court Seal) .
11111 in School Attendance" .'then It shall be the duly of the Z. BASS

161. The County Board of Public Instruction Attendance Officer upon the recommendation Solicitor for Complainant. Ie... In hereby given" that the following lands, or ao much thereof a* will ( '
LegalAdvertisements of a county In which a compulsory of the Board of Publlc'Inetruc- be necessary to pay the amount due for Specall Drainage taxes. levied under
i' 1 1I school attendance election has I tion to prosecute forthwith such personIn NOTICE FOR APPLICATION FOR TAX.HeEn the provision of Chapter 6466. Session. laws of 111, herein set opposite to .+ '
been. held. and three-fifths of the votes the name of the State of Florida before .. IINI>KH SECTION 474 AND the same, together with the cost of such sale and advertising will bto sold at
: : legally cnst at such election in a Special '' any Justice of,t-Peace, or County .4TK, JRNKHAI. STATUTES OK TUB public auction on the aecond day of Osceolapp1917,ate Floridai the CourtHouse
: Judge, of any county town or dls'trlct .
Tax Hchool District, School Board STATE Of FLORIDA. door at Klsslmmeie, County of of ; said "pe
. District or In the whole county wit" in which the prosecuted resides. clal drainage tax assessment for the year 1(16. '
I II I I I I I I . I . I 1111 I I I"NOTJ'E For Compulsory School Attendance" All fines collected shall bn turned over T-
shall at the first regular meeting to the custodian of the County School Notice Is hereby given that S. F. Y
thereafter. publish that the followgcompulsory : .Fund and may be used by the County Moore, purchaser dt..fa't't Tax Certificate :: I Im
school attendance laws will Board of Public Instruction for the enforcement No. 178, day of .
bn !n full force and effect thirty days of this Act or for other purposes July A. D. 114, has filed said certificate JcDESCRIPTIOS ai
thereafter In th.' Special iTax School In my office and has made application -
The Board -of County Commissioners District, School Board District tr In 171. The Attendance. Officer shall for Tax Deed to Issue In accordance OF LAND OWNER aqpC
In and for Osceola County Florida, will have beet l.tr have the right to vhilt and enter any to law said .Certificate embracesthe 67 .
alt as an equalliatlon hoard at the regular the county as sale may oltctlon. office, factory, or, business house employing following, lands In Oiceola County, ." : -:; .
the
meeting oforevf July 2nd. mined 1(4. by Every parent, uarillan I youth, for the purpose ef enforcing Florida, to-wlt: . .2 c m s If o_ .-.
purpose and
:1'ct'if.i the of this Act Lot 104 of the Seminole Land and u t.
117 for the In; charge of, or control'ot, provisions ; p a .. E'.
son
equalising' the valuations as fixed by or children between the ages" af eight when doubt exists a. to the age of a Investment Company's subdivision of .. II: < <.....
the Tax Assessor of Qsceola county on and residing within child he may require a properly attested all of Section Twenty-six: (16), Town.
real and! personal property for the and fourteen years School District School I birth certificate,. or affidavit, as ship Twenty-six (!() South. Range "
Tax a
')ear U11. J. L. OVERSTR.ET. a Special county advertisedas t7 at 83* Southern ColonIsatlon .
District or a
Clerk Circuit Couft Osceola < unty.27St Board the following compulsory 171. Every Attendance. Officer shall The said lands being assessed In the \ Co... flt.Sl
under attendance provisions, shallcause keep an accurate record of all notices name of Seminole Land and Investment All __.._____...:::...___........._......10 IT *4 141 Southern Colon.
school attend served, all casss and all Company at the date of Issuance. of Co 11.11 { I
children to
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION such the child public or school of th" district other services rcro..cut..d.' shall said certificate; unless said certificate ,All ______..._._._.._..--__.-.._--_.-"_.J. 17 14 643 Southern Colon. '
regularly the child children re make an are: o"t"f.: the same to shall be redeemed according to law ._..!L.--: ___. .. Isatlon Co.- 11.01
Department ef the I4erlor In which less than'eighty or days at.each, the County Board of Public Instruction tax deed will Issue thereon on' the 15th Air. __.._:.::::_..__...._.._.._....-_-.::.__.14 87 14 1'0' Southern Colonization -"
side not day of June A. D. 1(17. Co... 11.S7 a
blanks ,
Offlee at ialaesvlllr, Fa| the of eight and on furnished by the State Superintendent '
V. S. Lead oil... a, 1.17.Notice year fourteen, between of each ages child; the period of Publlo Instruction In Witness my hand and official seal All -....._..____:: .___--.......": ___..__.15 17 14 840 Southern Colon.Isatlon ".
years attendance. shall the manner required and oftener. when this the list day of May. A. D. 117. Co._. 11.17
of compulsory school commence demanded by the County Board. J. 14. OVER8TRBET. NH of NW y and SW% of N'W.U 17 14 110 -Southern Colon.
of
that V. the beginning the
with "
Is hereby given Rufus Clerk Circuit Court Osceola Isatlon Co5.1!
174. It shall be the duty of all principals County,
of
Bosse of Orange_Center/ Fla., who on term nearest to the eighth birthday State of '
and teachers to Florida.
with .1
co-operate C. L. BANDY Tax: Collector .
of
child and shall cover a period ,
made Homestead entry each ,
August 2(. 1(11 the Attendance Office In the enforcement Circuit Court Seal) tl-Ct '
No. 01087S. for W* of NW14 and six consecutive years thereafter, except .of this law. To this end It shall Ofeeola. County, Florida. ,' l land
NW* of SWK. Section. 1 8. Township U a. hereinafter provided. be the duty of the principal or teacherIn NOTICE! 0V ELECTIONIn .' '
8.. Range 11 E., Tallahassee Meridian, 1(5. Continuous attendance upon charge of every, school. In which pupils .'j;:1
has filed. notice of Intention to make. some other school, public I ; private, orchurch between the agesof eight and "

three-year proof, to establish o'c"e' : to for eighty days of each year fourteen years are instructed to keepan compliance with the lawcases 1n'auch the. WV4 of the WH of section 11; It ''may concern that on the Tth day of
the land above described, during the ages of eight and fourteenof accurate record the attendanceof made and Is south oC
provided thereby all being In township 25 rang.;
D.117 I shall '
Florida September A apply to
Circuit Court at Klsslmmee, on any child may be accepted In lieu of all pvplls. to. render weekly reportsto announced and declared that an election 11
the 20th day of July 117.. attendance upon a local\ public school; the Attendance Officer and the County will be held at Union Center 0.- Also: WH of the NWW. SWU of the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of .!,
t Claimant names a'.ltn..e.1!Fla. Provided further That any private or I Superintendent of Public I Instruction. ceola County Florida Special Tax 8WK."' and a halt Interest In the NWU", said Court as Judge of Probate, for
T. H. Keen of Orange Center Fla church school receiving for Inetruetionlpupils I of all pupils Imperfect In attendance School Dlatrlct No. (, on Tuesday June of the HW4 at section S, In township final discharge as Administrator of
J. W. Bass, of Orange Center. between. the ages of eight andfourteen showing all absences, excused and 16th A. D., 117 for the purpose of determining 28. south of range 19. my "'
I J. J. Keen of Orange Center, Fla.Fla. years shall keep such recordof unexcused. and In the case of an excused who shall serve aa school Also: the Elf, of the NE' (except the estate of Philip Mohr, deceased; g
Randel J. Keen, or Kissimmee attendance of said child or children absence to state the reason' for trustees of said districts for two years one-half acre graveyard) and a half Interest and that at the same time I will present t
ROBT. W. NAVISer. and will" render such reports of the which the pupil was excused.", next", after the election and to fix the In the WH of the NHVi."' and a to said Court my final accounts a* .'
ts-st same ,as are hereinafter required ofteachers 175. It shall be the duty of the number of mills of district school tax halt Interest the 8EH of section 6. .
of public schools; otherwise County Board of Public Instruction of to be levied and collected annually for township 16, south of range 18. Administrator of said eatate"andask. : :.:
SHERIFF'S SALE the attendance upon any such private, each county to cause this ''Act to be the for their approval.' \ i
or church school refusing or neglecting published, separate and distinct from The following were appointed to act Tou are hereby commanded to appear Pated March 6th. 191? (
la the Circuit Court of the !."../. Judicial to keep such records and to make such the publication of the Acts of the Leg at said election: J. K. Milliard, B. F. before the Judas" of the Circuit Court A.. E. DROUGHT .t
Dl-trlet !. sod for Osreela r..port..hall not be accepted In' lieu of I islature, In full In some newspaper published Harley, Will Hughey, Inspectors! I. H. of Osceola county, Florida. on the 2nd 1I.1e.m Administrator. .,
Ceaaty.; Florida attendance upon a public school In the county If there be. one andIf Weatherbee, Clerk. day of July: 117, same being a> rule A
1((. BxesiBtlaBSr This act shall not there be none,-then to distribute and Done by order of the Board Of Public too.tr said Jcourt, to answer nl In an ac- NOTICE! ADMINISTRATOR:
Farmers '1tI.) ....,.. Baak.f apply In any case In which the child's- give It the widest circulation In the Instruction Osceola County. Florida, assurnpslt damages the sum -
l'..*_ls"II.. Pa. a Baaelsg Corformtlomt physical or mental conditions, as attested form of a circular at least four weeks. thls-7th. day'of May, A. D. 1911.Attests of $1600.00. In which the CoeMortlmerCompany '
...... IMalsitlir .' by any .competent physician before prior to the opening of the schools for W. C. BASS Chairman. Is and the aIrnft .. Court oCe.sty Jdge.. Stab'of
... .v.. any court having! jurisdiction' under the school year, beginning fItlrJ; : tC. Qoodwln la defendant: Herein Florida. '

'<.f."' .. {'. K.Ip ..*. Els..r E.. K.Ip, this Act renders its attendance 1m. and annually thereafter diecretlon .,,JS. TOWELL", Superintendent.. or judgment will be given against you -
Defe.daNotice' t.. practicable or Inexpedient; or in any It be necessary. 11-Bt by default. -
Her" Hawbastdl ?_ I Ia re Estate .t Dolma; 0....._ o.ee.la
case In which the child resides. more Byorder of the- Board of Public Instruction H. INORAK. .
hereby; ;. that, under than two miles by the nearest traveled of Osceola County. NOTICE' OF ATTACHMENT Sheriff of Osceola Co. Florida. C..ty&
'1. execution Issued route from the school house and transportation W. Cv, BASS. Chra.C. JNO. L. OVBRSTREET.
and by virtue of an alias Court of Osce- i* not provided; or In any case E. YOWELL. ", Supt. of Public lost T. r. a O"'wlAll.; ; Perses I.. Clerk Circuit Court. ,-
out of the Circuit In''the of extreme poverty In which the services u.nJ forested LEWIS. O'BRTAN Notice\ Is hereby'glven, to all whom
-County./State of Florida,10th' day of such child are necessary for |its ;f 19-[t. Attorney, for: Plaintiff It may concert, that on the 0th dar ef

.above entitled 117 cause, on the a Judgment own support or the support of its own .NOTICE' FOR PUBLICATION, Notice Is b..reb"'f'lvenithat. I..1* H. r..cei 'obj..ti.D'. 117, f shall Judge to
of May A..P. Court, upon on the 8th day parents, as attested by the affidavit of Ingram, Sheriff of Osceola County, In NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATOR ': M. Murphy, of
said
rendered In of the i parent or and of such witnesses the state of Florida, have this day attached said Court as Judge of Probate, for
UII.-In. favor parents Devastate f the V '. LaaOf .
O. : a iBteHer. .
rof Aurust. 't
defendant In as the Officer may certain real estate belonging to- (Per riaal D..rce) my final discharge as Administratrix:,
plaintiff and against the the following require; or In any case In which said .e. at GalBMVIllv. na. Mar S*. F. C Goodwin In the county of Osoeola of the estate of Delma Graham deoeasec rand
,'aid cause I have real levied" estate upin, tying and arena guardian or.other person, ha..- '1..7., and state of Florida. described as follow ''.. c.... ..Crmmtr "' ..c..,, \ that at the same tlm I will
described tag. charge or control of a child shall *: State .. reside present to said Court my final
44 being atluat. IB the City.of Klsslmmee, show before any magistrate by afndavlfof !- "NOTICE Is:hereby given' Chat Oscar -- -- aa Administratrix of aald estate, ai4 9

Osceola county k Florida Block: Seven (7). In himself and of such witnessesas H. Britt of Loughman.. Florida who on The' 8EU. of the R14.t.the! of .la .r.. K..a .* Pbbllay Hear ask for their- ate rovat ; J,
,the Lot townbf Eight XI.( .) JACKIE ANN
that the child Is without necessaryb of- the ;
'
of the
.h.wn .and described on'the plat South 'Florida Notlol." :.to all whom. l/ fmoe'Administratrix
clothing for .cUon 11 r4. e0d
t attending RanwaFll1i ; berebr/clTea. :
tJ\Dk..and. ..
eA ,
Ca' .. .
+ '.lBoutb Florida R. IU. .survey,'f} 'I'.. ( ..
: o.y ((1 :NI: { gill':, 'i'1PMq" ' .r 'yl\ .t.i W dl N'V e' t
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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.. FRIDAY, JUNE 22 1917 I

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'I'I'I'I'I'I'I"'I'I " "IO"J DEATH OF MABEL OVERSTREET ORANGE CENTER NEWS ITEMS KISSIMMEE SELLS TRUCK TO buy any other kind, and with the help ',]
ORLANDO of his little daughters, the only help /
: A gloom cam over the community Mr., E. Stieler sales manager of the he had, he built his house and outhouse l'

NotesMrs. $ Tuesday morning, when .the many Dixie Produce Company, left Monday ,. and made a summen gardel
$ Society friends of Mr and Mrs. Georgo W. for a few,weeks in the north. Hs will Every day the truck belong where all the natives told him that it :....iI.-4
: Overstreet gathered at their home on ,spend a few days at home in Virginia, ing to S. T. Fancier of Kissimmee, is couldn't be done. Fansler deserves a r"'if.
F J : Vernon street to say the last sad rites i Ill, with his parents, and will then seen on the streets of Orlando loaded place in the hall of fame. His little ;t-
( E. 1 .. Editor.) over the remains of their youngest make a short tour of the state rounding with vegetables. Mr. Fansler is probably daughters: have taken canning dub ,
daughter, Georgia Mabel. up business for the coming year. : the mostv successful trucker in prizes, and he has taken prizes for '
of the Valley Gazette to send,Items Their pastor, Rev C. II. Summers, Mr. G. W. Stokes returned Thurs this district, and the long and short poultry as well as vegetables at all ,,.
i, Request b made to all patrons conducted' a fitting service ,and comforting day from a trip through the east, and haul don't bother him. He came to the'fairs in this district., lie hauls his
f Society Event. To\ the Editor for publication ia these cola.... hymns were sung. Murray he thinks Orange Center and surrounding -I Orlando about five years ago from one truck as far north a* Winter Park and
Overstreet, L. D. Geiger, Henry Sin. country Is a much nicer of the Middle Western states, and as far south as Davenport. When he f\
gletary! Erlo and Carlyle Bronson place to live, than in the big citiesof made his success from'the ground up. was asked by the Reporter-Star man '
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!f. . . . . . . .OOOOOe'e.ea "OI'I"g.'O " " and Bert Wells, young men who had the east He was a photographer and what ha If he]was doing well enough, h. smiled
P .O"'Ot.O..' f OO been friends and schoolmates of the Mr. John Gottschllng and wife didn't know about farming in Floridawas and Said that he couldn't complain; N.
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a 1 ........0000.0000000..0. : deceased, acted as pallbearers, and pent Tuesday,in Kissimmee. voluminous. But he set to work That's ,another Fan ler habit. If.
;4, .* O WATERMELON FEAST Oa the casket was taken to Rose Hill. Mr. E. B. Morrey, resident managerof and drained an unlikely piece of land, known how, to smile ,and he doesn't
IMX. DELIGHTFUL AT HOME, o Cemetery, followed by one of the I the 'M. G. Kibbe Land ,Co., spent I because he didn't have._the money_to_complain.-Orlando Reporter-Star.. :
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.... O..t."O"'O.'O' .OO" longest funeral processions ever witnessed . Sunday in, Orange Center '
. . . . . in Kissimmee. I
Mr. H. B. Whitaker of the Dixie T. M. RIVERS. M. D.
moat;; eli -htful eocial The members of the Baiaca Class The floral offerings were very beau-, Produce Company, spent Monday in Take Sulph Baths 3 "
O" of the :: the of the Methdoist Church enjoyed a tiful. The large anchor from the Ep- Klssimmoe on bus.ness.: PHYSICIAN and SURGEON '.. '
i 'events of the entire season Mrs. was P. K. watermelon feast last Thursday aft- worth League and a Maltese Cross Office over Osceola Pharmacy at ho"- M

'At Home"her given hoe by Spr ull ave. ernoon at Lake Conway.The party from the ;Juniors, both in the League IN.MEMORIAM Phone "..1 Weaver,! at on honoring went up in cars and after a delightfulswim color., white and gold, were especially '--'- Office: lea.CORSOW. Jr"i
Tuesd' "' afternoon
nue'MrS. W. O. Weaver of Lafayette, Ind. in'tha lake, ice cold watermelons appropriate. Another touching; remembrance -: Whereas, God, wi, 'th inscrutable wisdom t
of cut flowers Attractively were served. Those in the party were: was a wreath given by the has taken Mabel, daughter of our
Vase and bowls the and a Messrs. A. W. Gustus P. K. Weaver, 'Sunday school class of which Mabel friend and brother, George Over-
decorated rooms
bud a Gordon, ButtorfT, Ralph Turner, was a member. ThlO\ klto Camp street, be it resolved: '
dainty cutglass centered vase the holding dining Gradley Harris, William Arnold, Murray Fire Girls sent a beautiful bouquet of That th.3 officers and members of Th1EUMAtIdkGout
mingle 'perfect rose Overstreet Howard Waddick, pink rose buds.: A large' cross, in Friendship Lodge No. 10, Knights/; of { PliRJIIEII .

.' table.About fifty' guests called between Hudson Bass, Elmo Griffin HCYCLETEAS Stanley white flowers bore the card of thePythiad Pythias, tender heartfelt sympathy Eczema, Hive, eta Right In

'the hours of ,4 and, 6 o'clock to '!Ieet.NrL Bullock._ Sisters. death- j 1111 to our brother and his family in this '" your own home and at trifling cost'
While Mabel's sudden
Weaver's guest General conversation j was not poignant grief, and assure them we you can enjoy the benefit of healIngsulphur
: it was shock to one.' She with them in
enter. ; every are thought during their SELLSFire baths.
alternated an ,
was of musical by! numbers ADD TO contracted her illness at Orlando dark hour. We would remind themof
taming program where she was'visiting, and from the the age-old philosophy spoken by HANCOCKSULPHUR .
by Mrs. J. Earl Lupfer,
and readings
.. hour sho was brought home some the Mnn of Sorrows, to sustain those ,, Life Accident and
who Is an artist jn reproducing au three\ weeks-ago; she in critical '' COMPOUND
RED CROSS FUND : was a -bowed down: 1 am the resurrectionand
thor's thought and who! always captivate
condition. Everything that mediC'alj the life he that believeth !Me "
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Health Plate Glass Liability ;
hearers with these '
her blond and tkln
imjjcrsonationg. kkill could done tor the iture't own purifylns holing
suggest: was :
t r though he'were dead, yet shall he live; remedy-SULPHUK-prepared In a way la
sufferer, but to no avail for on Monday rind whosoever I'yeth: and believeth 'Jn make Its u,.mod eflkadout. UM U In the
Miss Ella :MaeGilbcrt _"MisWind" -< LADIES OF KISSIMMEE and Boiler Insurance. .
.. sang morning her, spirit, _...__answered.... its Me hill die." bath;UM It u a lotion appiylag to a..a.4partu
never
tseN Itaae=: +Aat T' 'IIO'ftlEU'tii' !-RIT''TOWARIY ", ..!="..";;.Msltfas I ***" .1.-- P11' -_ __ and Uk It Internally.,-?-.1....., ??,.?
""{ t wttietiititwc'i nftFi'\'opj' "" "" "
(J. W. Biscjioffe). She was nJ s'Exe"CUUt'eJ --goc-ariaryrMrtsft/; .
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Mabel born in Kissimmee
FUND TO CARE FOR DOIN9 was on of these resolutions be ,handed to our ga'
accompanied by Miss Helen Bans. too of at your dru.sl..r.."If h. caa't supply. Pea
{ 7th .
Miss Inez Carson "{Jon't You WOUNDED. December eighteen years brother and his family, a copy be entered end Mi ......and the price IxUmpewd ,
sang Miss ago, and through her childhood and : on our permanent\ record, and a Same Day Needed. we will Mod you a bottle direct.
Care by John A. Carpcntsr.
budding womanhood has endeared herself ,- !I t'opy'maile-d to the Kissimmee Valley HANCOCK_ LIQUID ULFHUk .
Louise Thomason accompanlt"d.her. activities in Klssirnmee,this !
Social to with whom she COMPANY :
everyone camel Gazette
for publication.
Miss Helen Bass played "Bohemian nteretaround! the Red Cross J MlSbiuvJ .
week SaUlmon.
o j in touch, old and alike <
young I JOHN S CADELCARSON
Dance," by Friml. I campaign; for funds and lf-other In. She was an earnest, consecrated FARMER OFFICE: State Bank Building aW/W C......* Oh."ii' C
Miss Maude Alice Wagner sang two terests were .laid aside to further! this' Christian and a member.of the Methodist T. J. mmt U anrm.L'*rra-n..e.w'' aY14.td <'
WOODALL
a numbers ,"Because of You" by Stricki work, which is pre-eminent in the Church. She was an active worker ,
Committee.
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land, and "A Wish," by Dichmont. minds of all true American women.' of the Epworth League and had
Miss Adah accompanied her.Miss Thq series of cycle teas begun last just been appointed superintendent of \
Adah Wagner rendered "Pas week and other events which were arranged -: the third department.She CARD OF THANKSWe
Des Samphorei" by Cramnade, and for the entertainment of Kis-: was also one of the assistants l f I
'.a"I'"A Memory," with Miss Maude simmee's ladles embodied some feat- in the Junior League. She was take this method of conveying
Alice at the piano ures of the Red Cross work, an offer- inent in the social activities of prom the our sincere and heartfelt thanks to the I
'A' ,Mrs. Weaver was prevailed upon to ing for the fund, if; nothing.more. young set and was always popularwith good people of Kissimmee for the ::IleH' I I'I
i 'ing and rendered Eugene Coweles' her schoolmates.Though many kindnesses shown us during the
4 xquisite "Once in the Purple Twi- The Misses Carson Entertain: she taken recent illness and death of our beloved ,
< was just as her
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daughter and sister, Mabel also for y
'light.
Anne and Inez Carson feet ;
Misses Bryan were crossing the threshold of .
,Refreshments served in tho the beautiful floral pieces.MR.
were
were charming hostesses Friday afternoon life, her influence will live in this
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and G. W. OVERSTREET
MRS.
dining room, where Mrs. N. C. Bryan ,
their friends where her
entertaining community, sweet girl life, CECELIA OVERSTREET. f
presided. quite informally. Miss Inez rendered and daily, kindly considerate acts "
q' Misses Maude Alice Wagner and several betutdful vocal numbers which will bear fruit till time shall end. '
'. Ifarle Had enon served iced tea in added greatly to the pleasure of the Mr and Mrs. Overstreet are pioneer! LEMONS MAKE SKIN -
v taU glasses; Misses Adah Wagner guests. Sandwiches, tea and wafers residents of Kissimmee and have been WHITE, SOFT ,CLEAR
*i' 'and Maude Thomason poured hot tea, were served. Those attending thisples.ant identified with its growth, the former'I -

'lee.using a striking black and white serv afternoon affair, who have having been one of the city's valued Make this beauty lotion yourself for '
Miss Grace Eleanor Gravesserved a
their intention of officials for
signified giving a several years. The large
'.the guests :with, sandwichesand similar tea, are: Mrs. H."S.' Geiger, family connections and friends in all few cents,and see,for yourself Time to BuyRetire V

wafers.this hour of Mrs. M. F. May, Mrs. W. B. Crawford, parts of the city mourn with the be- ? Fiskfl
Even in merriment
tbe'nation's Mrs. Katz G. M. reaved
H. M. Mrs. Shear- parents over their loss. What
crisis girl or woman hasn't heard of
was not forgotten, and ouse, Jr., Mrs. H. W. Boice, Mrs E, G. Among the out-of-town relativesand lemon 1
; Juice to
Wilhelmina remove complexion
little Carson
was stationed Vans Agnes, Mrs. A. A. Simpson, near friends attending the funeral -.
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at the door the blemishes; to whiten the akin and to
: as guests departed Mrs. James M. Willson, Jr.. Mrs.J. were: S. S. Griffin and family, Miss
for Red ; bring out the roses, the freshness and
holding basket Cross
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Wade Tucker 8. H. Biillook Emma Moseley Alfred
Mrs I Wichtendahl[ the hidden
trlbutlons.O baeutyt But lemon juice (C-
Sr.: Mrs. Gay Livingston.. Mrs W E. and sister i Miss Matilda, all of Orlando alone is acid, therefroe irritating and L
Sandetson, Misses Mildred and Ethel and Mrs. H. J, Lightsey, of Bar- should be mixed with orchard ______

.. ........ .... .: Lee, Virginia Tiller, Ethel Gilbert and tow... this way: Strain through a fine white cloth .

FULECHEE MEETING OO Frances,Bay. the juice of two fresh lemons into a

HostessOn Plummer. Gladys and Athalea Grif bottle containing about three ouncesof
O Mrs. Ingram orchard white, then shake well, and
'OO".O'.O..O"O"'fO. Friday afternoon, from 4 to 6 fin.The afternoon was spent "In social you have a quarter pint of skin and flC
o'clock, Mrs.. Ingram gave a benefittea conversation and was concluded with complexion lotion at about the cost
'The Fulechee Camp Fire Girls held ;' for the Red Cross when. jie hours dainty refreshments of sandwiches, one usually pay. for a small jar of or- j
their regular weekly nesting: at the were spent informally in a pleasant I cakes tea and lemonade. Misses dinary cold cream. Be1 sure to strain
homo of Mis Lois Overstrcct on neighborly visit. Late in the after. 'Gladys and Athalea Griffin assisted1 in the lemon juice so no pulp gets Into
Main street Wednesday afternoon. noon, the hostess served tea and waf serving. $1.85 was contributed to the the bottle, then this lotion will remain -4
Miss Jeanette Prevatt was taken in ers. The invited guests were Mrs. W, fund., pure and fresh for months. When ap NON-SKID TIRES
fund plans were mad? for teas I to be H. Arnold Mrs. W. C. Bass, Mrs. E. L. V. V plied daily to the face, neck arms and '
:Driven next week for the benefit of the Lesley, Mrs. J. S. Cadel, Mrs. J. D. !Mrs. Gay Livingston 1I00t.._ hands it should blip I to bleach,clear, MADE in three styles to meet the requirements -
organization. Woodbeck. Mrs: George Persons Mrs. smoothen and owner-the all the Black
the Grey
Mrs. Livingston entertained Fri beautify skin. car ,
At the close of the
hostess served delicious meeting sandwiches the Charlie Lane Paulk, Mrs. J. Z. Robcrson, Mrs. day from 4:30 to 6:00 for the benefitof Any druggist will, supply three tread with grey aide walls, and the famous Red .
Persons. Mrs. W. T. Crawfordof the Red Cross fund, when $2.60was ounces of orchard whits at very little
and iced tea. Cairo Top( rtgUereJ)Tire de Luxe. User of these
Ga. Mrs. name
; Cauley of Gould, contributed to this cause. The cost arid the grocer has the lemons.,
Griffin Those present Muriel were Prentis.I Misses Dorothv Gladys Fla.; Miss Lucile Persons and Mrs E. were refreshed with hot and iced guests tea.. tire know by actual road experience that there isn't
E. Wells '
Wells, Mary Singletary : Lilian Har- served 'sandwiches and cake. any greater dollar-for-dollar tire value anywhere
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jU cents .
? Ninety was contributed toward lf e
Enjoying the afternoon ,9"'
f fie And Jeanette Prevatt.o the fund.Entertained were: Mrs. IGE' **
E. L. Lesley, Mrs. W. B. Makinson, Whenyoa pay more than Flak prices yoM I
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Mrs. S. II Bullock Sr. Mrs. for something that does ml exist
.. Bullock W. L. fay ,
"O.O..OOO. .Of..... by Mrs. Jr.-
Dunne Mrs. .
' A. A. Simpson, Mrs. ...,.
O Mrs. S. II. Bullock, Jr., entertained Lewis O'Bryan, Mrs. G. W. Best, Mrs. SOD Fltk Tires Fore BU
.> FOR ROYAL NEIGHBORS' 4 Monday afternoon, inviting Mrs. How- Canon and her two daughters, Mrs. H.
: -<* O ard Katz, Misses Helen Bass, Maurine C. Bruns of Columbia, S. C.; Mrs D. UlI J. J. Griffin's Garage

., "O'U"OO.H, +H'.O Dann, Lillian Prentis, Kathleen G. Francis Mrs J. W. Pierson Mrs.
Bearden, Ella :Mae Gilbert; Virginia Karle Lupfer and Mrs. Sam Lupfer, Kissimmee Fla.The .
Mrs. Sarah Prevatt was a charming Tiller,' Anne and Inez Carson. Lucy Jr. I e ie ,
hostess Thursday night, entertaining Buckles Mattie Belle Harris and Mrs.

the Royal Neighbors; and a few Sam Lupfer, Jr. ADDITIONAL RED CROSS CHAR. I
friends at her' home on Mabbette Light refreshments were served and If f
street $1.20 was added to the fund. TER MEMBERS '
'The I _____ 1
guests enjoyed a pleasant in .... to.. ' .. ....
,< formal visit, an added pleasure being I With Mrs. M. Katz- Pat Johnson, Mrs. C. L. Bandy, Mrs.
*-a Tree Contest," when Miss Nellie The cycle tea given by Mrs. M. Katz Sarah Prevatt, Miss Ruth Thomas, ,f
,.. Best, Mrs. A. Cotterman and Mrs, i at her pleasant home on Main,street, Miss Grace Nelson, Miss Ruth Butler, Relief at Last Silver Sea Hotel
'"' Shul were found to have correct lists : Saturday from 4 to 6 o'clock p. m., A. Rosen, V. W. Edwards. ....-

,<. i of and answers'Miss Nellie A drawing Best was straws fortunate ensued in was Mrs.enjoyed S. H. Bullock by the,following Sr., Mrs.guests W. B:. C. A. Carson, ,Misses Anne Bryan when you reach our'Soda Fountainand .ATLANTIC" BEACH CORONADO, FLA.

., p mecuring the short one. She received Makinson, Mrs. J. M. Willson,. Jr., and Inez Carson and Kenneth Mc-
order of famous Ice Now the of A. Fred Falclc.Cusine
open'under
:a dainty handkerchief as a prize. Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, Mrs. C. L. Hyatt Pharson were a pleasant party motor- one our management .,
j .Mrs. G. M. Sheaiouse, Jr., and Miss Mrs. J.,;J.;. Griffin, Mrs. G. F. ing over to Coronado Beach Saturday.Mrs. .
best Shore Dinner
Cream the Alto
Sodas. There's in Specialty. all trains
joy a meets at
'I ,"Jeanette Prevatt assisted the hostess : Knbbs, Mrs. H. W, Boice, Mrs. E. R. Carson returned home with the even '

'i' in,serving punch'and wafers. I Plummer, Misses Frances Bay, Louise ,party Monday. anticipation.' Bat what pleasure iaS3 New Smyrna.

>. :\ , $2.50 per D.,. Weekly J Rates upon application.

the realization! No words can describe Special Week End Rater:

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it. You most taste the Santo MIf$.SARAH H. C A It It. OvMr. A.' FRED FALCK Mmmr
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; '; Don't Wait to be Urged Palace T Stevens Drug, Mrr.StoreOtis I m Do You Have Headaches ? -1I 4h.K.,



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;y; '," "S3S1, In the East the daily'paper. are urging the people, to raise more foodstuffs If you do, we venture to, digest that perhaps" yon can be ')

: and fewer flowers-and the people are responding to the appeal relieved through the use of a pair of lasses fitted perfectlyto

; \ splendidly. We should not wait to be coaxed or urged to do our,part. Give ,

r your eyes. At any rate, don't be discouraged over it be.

A small garden laid out in a systematic manner will give ,you all the
I cause we can relieve if will take the treublo (
you yon to call
j t Vegetables you need for your own' able, and leave. some over to'"can, Flowers I

for winter. use. :' oa as. We are extremely careful about fitting, and our 'J4

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