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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: June 29, 1917
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00809
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W. T. Ellis, of Atlanta Principal Sp.a..r..Kmm..e Chap". King Daughter. S. 5, date'Civet Novel Entertainment and

'"1 .. Hundred Charter Member. Preeent Orphanage '.With One Hundred Dollar '
Organized'--Three
. 111 .. ter N. C BRYAN AUTHOR OF THE CIT}' FATHERS MAKE A FLAT .

ACT. CITES SECTIONS OF BILL RATE OF "T=BT CENTS PER "(. c

.> w.. Monday night was a' WHICH HE FEELS SURE WILL THOUSAND GALLONS INSTEADOF Seldom d 't for this city when numbers A. E. THOMAS NEW WATER travel as. extensively as did the reli.todo .
gressive business.men, REMEDY DEFECT. PENALTY GRADUATED,SCALE-LOOKING AND LIGHT COLLECTORA. people of Kisslmiv.ee Tuesday.

zens and scores of .. PROVISION, FOR NEW QUARTERS.The it----' night when r. funlovingcrowd: numbering
whom were society < .'E. Thomas has been employed by several hundred gathered! at A
'ble; club women <",- the City Council. water and light the Graystone. Hotel in happy Anticipation
1 "Grand Theatre\ to orRanz: collector and purchasing agent. Heretofore of-"A Trip Around the World"
( of the Red Cross:! The During the past week the papers City Council met in adjourned this duty has been performedby given by the Kings Daughters' class of .
unique in the), hietory of over the state have had much to say session on Tuesday evening there ba- the city clerk but the business of the Methodist Sunday aebeol' for the '. '
never before were its I an nt the validity oT tta Bryan Lock.. ing present: F. H. Lawson president the water and light plant has grownto benefit of the orphanage" at Enter.
to lay' aside cvory: person I er Club Act it being alleged that the and Councilmen Thomas Haley Bases such an extent that it became too prise. "
. every community oenalty provision was defective rendering and Carson also Lewis O'Bryan city much for City Clerk Gilbert to. handle The itinerary of the trip after 'I
every national Interest ('. the bill null and void. attorney.The In addition to his other manifold 'dut "Seeing America First," included a '
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their..activities on the Asked as to his opinion in the matter first matter that came up for lea and he was relieved of this portionof scene in Africa a peep at Ireland an: I I
rdieve the suffering Hon. N. C. Bryan author of the consideration was.ordinance on second the work at his request .evening in Cuba and a visit at a Gypsy i.
the bloody ..fields of bill, stated that while the penalty reading fixing new rates and regulations .Mr., Thomas was appointed tax assessor camp in Bohemia The journey way
whose Cries will soon provision of theact referred to might for the use of water and lights. some time ago, and with the made by auto, and was routed\ over .f
... the ;hearth of m&hy be defective there are other sections This ordinance proposed reduction additional duties of collector and purchasing the' Dixie-Highway to the home of J. '\\1
; -" t=swaxasertouetowa : ; ; ,in the bill which make it absolutely in water rates to 10 cents per thou- agent he will,'doubtless, find Wade Tucker then back' to the Maihome '1 y
ered and.. the gay music 1, : ffi"C'MrrBryaJRltat&F.aFhtF&pmithat -i mj Bl1bTis.::straight,/oy. $-allU'Wat. noup"to"dd'ton.h4"'bvImH: : lof.bap lo.w..on..B.ruk..tree ,," ; :'
Klssimmee Concert Band the error occurred in the enroll) used, and fixed the same rate viz: of the time. of J. R. Gilbert on Main street, L?
the people.catne! failed to ing room, where all.bills\ are .copied in 8 ceits; per k.w. for electric lights and Mr. Thomas is well qualified for the to the J. Z. Roberson residence on '0"
.; thoughtfulness for in I long hand and where the insertion or power with a special rate for motors duties which have been assigned him Mabbette street with a final stop at t.,
,- the stage confronting v. : omission of a word by an irresponsibleclerk of $1.25 per month per h.p. The or- and we': predict the council will find J. M. Lee's home on Clyde avenue
entered the hall was Old will sometimes destroy the intent dinance requires a deposit of $10 from they have made no mistake in em plot- and back to the hotel where,the crowd
the flags of England and and purpose of'the moet well-In- all\ users of electric current and $2.50 tag him. dispersed. .:
either side interspersed \ tended legislation. from all users of water these depositsto Number of car Downers had donated
'. Cross banners which The saving clauses! in the Act referred remain in the city .treasury, until their. autos for jitney service, but *o
cibly than words that to by Mr. Bryan are Sections 7, service is discontinued and not used "A. C. L.W ULD CURTAIL. generously did Kissimmee patrnoize
these countries is now : 1 J.and 12, which provide as follows: In payment of monthly-bills.. this worthy c.ule'thattrav.1 became .
their suffering ,.will in a Sec. 7. That if any person shall let W erever it is desired the Council greatly congested and some time wa*
..our'suffering I or suffer any other person persons, will Jtake over the electric light meters TRAIN SERVICEASKS required to move' the crowd. .No
The meeting: was called: > firms or corporations to use any prem- in lieu of'the $10 deposit and instead ,ITS grumbling,' however was heard,"and '
, Hon. C. -Carson, : ises which be owns or control., for the of requiring' property owners to purchase In du time the last tourist r.rrived at
Committee on ;':\ Illegal, sale keeping for sale manu their own meters a* heretofore MISSION FOlt the Tucker home,and was admitted. to
; I asked Dr. W. B. f.cturel or other unlawful disposition the | city win (install and own the R. R. America.I ,-
.{ nounce the invocation. liquors and beverages mentioned meters hereafter put In. PERMISSION TO DSCONTINUE "See America First" *i"t
America's1 beloved in'Sectlon One of this Act In LARGE NUMBER' OF TRAINS- Little Joe veritable sailorboy
I II.! or any )advocating the passage of the or. Tucker
"The Star Spangled of them he shall be guilty of a mis dinance, Chairman Carson of the WHOLE SERVICE AFFECTED: : in his white suit, cap and national

Bung by Miss Inez demeanor and shall be fined not mora waW r and light committee stated that ct.:; ; Line made decorations; punched the tickets of the
L. J 'Thomason at the piano. .than One Hundred $100.00)), or be tmnrlsoned -: owiifg to the .ystem'of management The Atlantic has guests. Mrs. J. Wade Tucker-}(and
Mr. Carson made a not more than Three (3)) aid Ewokkeeping in vogue now, it was application to the Stats Railroad Commission I' Mrs. E. L. Lesley were hostesses, and,
dress stating in his clear Months, or shall be both]:;fined and imprisoned. .. Imp manner the object of the .. I '. should be charged,.- but that a new number of- It, trains- on the plea: conversation wa*', general intera en-
poke of the work of I Sec If. That the following are set of books would be opened July 1st, that it is a necessary measure to make ed with musical numbers by M....: 8.
I societies f along the lines hereby. declared to be common nuisances by .which Council would be able to available equipment for moving' men H.'Bullock,.Jr., and Mrs- P. K.,WVtr. -
America most .. and may be abated as such know just what ,tba operating'. and supplies for the army. .' .' ,.In the.dining room, Miss, Lucy
In time rof disaster upon complaint of the Attorney'General penses are, what for maintenance After outlining the need for'curtail. Witherspoon presided at the table,
on under the civic ( or the 'State's .Attorney of the and the cparate.amounts received for ment in order to give the most aid to I which wa decorated in national' colors. ' 4
He said we must now Circuit or- the County Prosecuting lights and 'watefV'' Dr. Canoed said he the government, Superintendent Mur-; Assisting her1 were ,Red Cress
Cross activities in their Attorricy or any citizen or. citizens .of had no*lieurel' on -.-hich to base his chison names the following trains to' nurse. Misses Adah Wagnerand :
'in its offid.ll'elation, ; the countTtFirst calculation, but he believed the rates be taken off:; Grace Eleanor Carves; who' pissed
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International : ART rooms or structures used could be materially lowered from thatSpecified Discontinue trains .27rand 28, between coffee, while little Janette Grave and

He spoke of tbe ,;work. for the unlawful manufacture, sale In this ordinance; .and still Sanford and Lakeland, Virginia Lesleyx*.rved aandwlche
i "!> Val j tional) but as an keeping for sale or ether unlawful leave enough for the maintenance. .- Discontinue present train serviceon A Midway America' typical! Ii
disposition of the liquors rand beve. . the Nareoossee branch and 'UHtituteIn'Ueu afforded the visitor '
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,4JnenVand brieflyoutlined. } j the t.1( *- c' amusement ua
o, ', and development' during ages mentioned in Section' One el this( The rules were'then waived and the thereof the' following seehdulelLeave ; bounded port,,and here "The Tallest'
year till the time of the Act, or/any of them. , ordinance'put on its.final;reading and Kissimmee 9:15: a., m., connecting Woman" and a "Wonderful Snake
'\\ ganizatlon of the j Second: All places of resort where passage. t with 84;' arrive Narcoosiee 10 a. Charmer vied for honor. For'furtherdata f

1995, then on to the persons are- permitted to resort for S. B. Aultman appeared before the m. ,Returning ihssimmee leave. Narcoossee,10:05: on the subject you are nr'rre4to.Me.sr. .
" the call had gone out to the purpose of drinking"sqch liquorsor board (in the interest of a proposed a. m.; arrive 11 a. m. .. Stanley Bullock Jr.-,;. and1.
,, 'In every state to beverages; or any of them mentioned ditch through the cypress swamp Discontinuo train Nos. 127 and 128 Walter' Lee. Mill Geraldine a al.-,
or to enter some other in Section One of this Act on north of town. He was informed thatan between Winston and Mulberry. I wa a captivating "Smallest Woman
-organized. He told of or' about the premises engineer had been employed to Discontinue mixed trains' 167 and [In the World" and Miss Maude Like
t" recent campaign for 'Third: Any public eating house run the levels and make an estimate 158 between Sanford and 'Leesburg. Wagner told marvelous fortunes in "*
the application where the said liquors and beverages, OT the cost of digging the ditch. Change schedules of Nos. 21 and22 cavern. A curio was incarcerated Ina
: ington for authorization : or, any of them mentioned in Section Dr. Carson stated that the city was to run as follows: 'No. 21: Leave winding' stairway, the only'attrac 1
This, he said had been One of this Act, are sold or served for now paying rent for the council sham.her Leesburg 7 a. m.; arrive .Sanford tion for which a charge wa made but)
: he called on the beverage purposes.) .in Fraternity Hall also for halls 10:45 a. m.; connect with No, 84. No. just -,,hat this was no one could be
Mrs. William L. Dunne Sec. 12. That It shall be unlawfulfor for the firemen and band and as theY'wers. 22: Leave Sanford 2:35 pm., connect induced to tell, though all laughed
: authorization. any person firm or association or contemplating employing an with No. 89: arrive Leesburg' 6 p. m. heartily as they left the place. Mil. '
.Mrs. Dunn advanced t 1'I corporation in any county or election elec ro light and 'water collector These trams to' be mads mixed ton Pledger was in charge of the t
( I and read In her clear precinct: In this state that has or shall which would require renting another trains instead of passenger trains. All Midway and added' much to. Its realism
voice the words which hereafter vote against the sale of office .suggestion was that quarters the other trains on the Sanford and by well known call. '
f the city of Kissimmee the liquors, to receive for storage distribution be secured where all these departments Leesburg branch to remain ai at present Every guest received a souVeitir of
': t ity of directing the work : or on consignment for another could have quarters in the except to discontinue trains 121 "America," which was a sticker In the
j y county under the name of the said liquors and beverages same building. He stated that Councilman from Altoona to Fort Mason, and discontinue .' shape of a star in the national color*.
I' mee Florida. Chapter mentioned in Section One of this Ace, Haley and himself had Inves- running train 22 from Fort These were presented by Mr Tuckor,
i 'Cross. or any of them or to have and main tigated the old State Bank building in Mason to Altoona, as train 22 will whose Btand was placed at the entrance ,
, C, A. Carson asked for } I tain any warehouse or other place for which there was a good vault for connect at Eustis with train 151; it, of the Midway, and the star
''Vote of the assembly on receiving, storing, or disposing of said keeping the city's records and ascertained will not, therefore be necessary for' admitted the guests to tho attractions.
of effecting the liquors for another and any person that a lease could be securedat < train 22 to make the trip to Altoona. Returning from America all, ear
: : time which was violating this Section shall be guilty : $40 per month. -Messrs. Carson Discontinue trains Nos. 37 and 38 stopped at Africa in striking contrast N
t'' and he was instructed of a misdemeanor and shall be fined I Haley and Thomas were snpointed a between Jacksonville and Trilby and, to the first visit.- ,
: ;rl nomination committee. not more than Five Hundred ($500.00)) commtitee with power to act. in lieu thereof operate Nos. 37 and,38 I Large proch lights masked with red
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, Captain Katz W. B. I Dollars .or shall be imprisoned not between Sanford and St. Petersburg shades! threw a glare, over the porch
Mrs, B. B. Simpson were I more than One ((1) Ye.r1 or shall. be PICNIC AT SAND LAKE by the Trilby branch, connecting at I and lawn which was seen far dowji
both fined and InprlsonoJ.Attorney Sanford with trains 82 and 83, handling .
and while they retired for ] the street. At one end of tho veranda, ,
I\ j, eration. Mrs. P. K. General West DefectProbably : sleeper from Jacksonville to St. the hostess, Miss Ouida Malloy greet
Says
l1 1' the stirring national Cured by Act. of 1911 Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Aultr.ian: Mrs. Petersburg, practically on the same ed her visitors and served them with
Aultm&n: and snail daughter schedule a4 at present between Jacksonville
;, France "The Mat' Dear Sir Henry : / generous slices of the season' finest .
: Mrs. W. E. and C. W. and St. Petersburg, the ...
; 'been the design of the Inseveral stories the Spiers liOn, xcept product watermelon. She was ..ulatPIt>, '
newspaper assertion Ward Mr. and Mrs. II. Wirhtendahl, travel will bo diverted by the above
charge of arrangements is made that certain material : od by Misses Elon Guice and .'Elms
Wichtendr.il! and Miss Mildred route instead Of by the old route
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i land's hymn sung at his provisions of house bill No. 30, commonly Rudolph Bratton Mr*. J. D. WoodalL, .,-
Turville were a pleasant party Discontinue 9 and 10 between.Lees-
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e winder was not present referred to the In African Jungle ,
as Bryan Dry
I end Ocala.Discontinue .
the Aultman burg
to propertyon
motoring
up Featuring this continent truly
was a
1, nce.The County Club bill, is o fno effect and
committee on I ; its and Sand Lake Tuesday for a day's or.t- prcsont service on the remarkable jungle scene. The long +
that defeated
purpose object are A bountiful dinner eaten from a Pnlatka branch taking off trains 87,
1 the hall; put in : because of a mistake in the irg. living roam had been converted into .
, ; man of the local chapter? ,. penalty provision in Section 3 of the table! erected among the trees, swimming 89, 78 and 76, between Palatka: and an impenetrable forest except'' for
: in the lake t. watermelon fight, Rochelle, daily except Sunday and
f.i Maypr J. S. Cadel, with where winding paths which were walled in
act, Section 1 is referred to
contested league trains 75 70 only and discontinue .
and several closely and Sunday
Tucker as ; on each side with bamboo branches
I when Section 2 was intended to be
mentioned' by trains Nos. 140 and 141 between .
ball Lave been
i Dunn secretary< and M. referred to. games meeting overhead and excluding even
l urer. C. A. Carson was It is true that the mistake occurred the party as leading: features of theday' ..Doahelle..nd. .Ocala( and take I a glimpse ofwall'.or: ceiling .Masses
s man of the executive and it prpbably renders the penalty fun.CONVICT.- off trains Nos. 83 and m between I of palmetto, fronds added to its denseness -
/' elated with him were A. provision of this act'' nugatory but I Newberry and Perry and in., lieu and peeping from below this jungle
\ 'i. Judge T. M. Murphy, Mrs. \ this does, I think, not necessarily, destroy OVERPOWERS OFFICER thereof put in the following service 'Were seen wild animals, wonderfully
r and Mrs. J. by extending trains 142 and 143
son Wade the statute.. "AND FROM JAIL mounted. Perhaps the greatest
n i, ESCAPES through to Perrv and through to Pal-,
I- All of these surprise awaited the travelers at the
In 1911 the legislature passed an k
E '" -mediately ratified by a : act which seems to meet this defectby atka, making the operation about; as last sharp turn which brought them
?! Ing vote of the audience supplying a penalty in"cases' wherethe Deputy Sheriff Bob Campbell ex follows: Leave Perry 4:30: 'a. m.; Wil- suddenly upon a huge snake quite u
,51 man Cadel was escorted of perienced a lively time Sunday after cox 7 a. m.; Newberry 7:50: a. m.; Rochelle natural as to position and aspect 4
"by, S. L. Lupfer,and W. J. ? fails.penalty provision a statute noon when he entered the county jail, 9:30: a. m.; arrive Palatka 11:05'a. Many'of the' visitors-were so pleased

jt.p( Chairman This statute is Chapter 8222, Actsof where two negro prisoner.were lock. m., conecting with 98 for Tampa. with this clever diversion that they -a"
11 r: In response to a call 1911. and reads follows ed up. Returning leave Palatka 3:55: -p. m.;. retraced their steps to view'once more
as :
j/ Chairman Cadel said it :, "Section, li The punishment for ,. When he related ther incident to a Rochelle, 5:30p. m.; Newberry 7:15p. the fine production. ,
'. ; -great satisfaction to be commission of Crimea other than felonies' representative this) paper,, he said m.;;;Wilcoxt 8:05: p."m.; arrive Perry With the Irish
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J "' that aa he entered the U or of the 1035 p. m.; connecting with 85 from to Ireland
,-: with the Red Cross work In this state when not otherwise From Africa the party went *
t humblest capacity saying 'provided by statute, or when the cell, one of the men, a big strong fel- Jacksonville the same. as present represented at the home of Miss, t,
'low him and attempted to schedule for No. 87.
; { this day I received a penalty provided by such statute is ineffectual jumped on : Ella Mae Gilbert on Main street;,
him The officer drew his Discontinue trains 162 and 163 between .
youngest sister who because of constitutional overpower where they were greeted by pretty ;
j;g.TO7| teered in the American I or because same is otherwise provisions -- 'gun and shot at his assailant, but Tarpon Springs and St. Peters Irish maidens wearing green sashea -
f for service in missed him entirely. The negro burg. and decorated with shamrocks.
Corps caps
illegal shall be ,
) or void a fine
i I I snatched the from Campbell'shaad Discontinue trains 32 end 33 between s
with
i, sing her safe arrival \ not exceeding two hundred dollars orimprisonment gun Favor, small Irish potatoes tied
; be -urged, "while we I and ran' out of the jail. Campbell Ocala and Lakeland, known as green ribbons were pinned on the
not exceeding ninety
'.(*i/ 'active part in the actual ,days, or both; at the discretion of the followed him and summoned'help. "Sunny Jim.' These trains have beenoperatln guests by Misses Mattie Belle Harris a
,| Jf lieving the suffering of j court" Sheriff' Ingrsm; accompanied by Milton l weekly; and Lucile Persons of Savannah Th.rooms .
; Pledger treed the escaped prisoner - Discontinue local freight service,
decoratedwith
attractively
Hwar all take were
i uft :: we can some In the cases of Stlnson vs. 'State', '
\rthe to a field about two miles and a daily; except Sunday on Homosassa Irish flags shamrock and bam
Js> heavy expense 63 Fla. 42 68 96. 727 and
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Douglassvs.
half west'of town and took. him Into branch between Dunnellon and Homosassa.
B lag the, work and I boo; Mint punch wa served on the'
on Smith 66 Fla.. 460. 63 So. 844, this
had It Is
not give money I statute conlidered'and custodyThough; the negro'itill proposed to operate a veranda by the hostesses Miss Ella
jt was applied by
Campbell's in his possession he mixed tri-weekly train from Ocala to *
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.' time in making hospital the Court. gun Mae Gilbert,and: Mrs. G. W Persona
2f' Assistant Director ; Supreme mad. no resistance to the arrest. > Homosassa' .and return to''take' the! assisted by Ills Elsie( Norton and'
Since
f W. A. Ellis of Atlanta ,.I this have mattercame had' llttl.time"to my toin attention *:-. During th. excitement over the' ..acape' place of 82 and 35 between Ocala and' Mr*. C. I. Persons. The punch bowl fi
of convict No.' 1. coavict Ne. 2 Dunnellon and thelocal freight be-
table banked with
'rector of the Red Cross' placed'on a was
j, vestigate'it, but it seems to me that aLutth.'building'probably ;
slipped out and hid \ tween Dunnellon and Homosassa.
and the the
the Southern division..was the statute be upheld by looking terns through tracery of. &
; may expecting to remain The railroad commission states that small electric
for tome leave gleamed .lighta
-, aDd spoke some to.t1i4r mi act for the penalty, and Tam.
;i 'audience listened with \& writing this letter order.'th.t' there till night, then;leave unobserved. several hearings will be held by themat maked with red and green' bulk further -;,
"; tention to, the thrilling .. yutifliay consider this) suggestion in He" was' too located'and returned to central points, so that beardon carrying: out the color scheme., aG.y
the cell and Sunday afternoon quiet may have an to Little Cmba
.: origin'of, this opportunity
'alrA now. the event in question should be presented '
; the rallro it
relCQd'ObN' more. a application Ireland 1 far
'-ganlzstlon. Stranger to for consideration. pefore) From to Cuba not ao.
you : II U granted, ; when- measured by minute In place of
l more wonderful than ... ;
; ;- . : : Tovar"1'T' truly; Lyles/ Story; 'oe. of K1 lbitmee'( mlle r and hefe"the,.gay smiles of jtsw
...... "- *,f T; WEST, prosperous! young business men, made Miss, GraceBexf brd' spent Sandal

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? But I've had many-a heartache since. '
I great enterprise of humanity. plain. Our'' country and humanity need i
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i"kX.iJ, \ ',i 1 '' '100,000,000, . only a small, ..fraction.. now and 1y j
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:, -- Join 'today.make this your Red Cross but a tithe at most, or worst, can thus serve. '_ "

u Did your- dollar. bring my boy back from Day, Count I this the chance to do your bit For all who cannot enlist to seek "the' great J, j

No Man Land? ---for this country must have two million'prize of death in battle"vor who are not '

i members of the Red Cross--$100,000,000 ". '
t needed in those ranks: as yet, there is, .

I Did your ''dollar take the stretcher, so in subscriptions.. another'enlistment. It is under f' the banner -
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- I close to the thick of the firing? of the Red Cross. Enlisting there all I :f;

} old or young,,, man or woman. or tender
President Wilson, himself i I is presidentof I"
, f S ,Did your dollar give him the. water he ,
,., child,, can proudly say: "
j : ' the Red Cross; and asks that one m 1111' I
t pleaded for in his delirium, ? . ,
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/ men and women enroll their names'as ;

; \ subscribers to the Red Cross-at $1 l$2, '
t bring .
Did dollar him .back. the '
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I too am deserving well
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$5, $10 $100, $1000, $10,000 or $100,000. '
base hospital .where they gave him almost '
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a mother's care? ,:
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I want to thank you, if it iId-fo_your_ else, but pay,your_subscription..and,.then// ;if This is Red Cross week and we ask that '

' 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

; brought him back to me' out.. of No Man's scribers,, do so if you wish. No further Red Cross.. Send your cash or.your check

I.i ; Land where many sons are going, where" service in the field elsewhere, will be ''today-$5, $10, $100, $1000, $10,000 or

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OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY
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OF COUNTY FINANCES. RECEIPTS for the Six:.)(Ontb.,!-..,...*-.....:...-.-..-....'.--.,4)-:!:.;.,.' 111,188.90 ,',

Making : ......-_.-..._........;....- 8.766.60
Paid out for lnol---------------------------...._................... '&1.4.

OSCEOLA COUNTY. Net. Balance March '1a\. 117__-___.-.___--.-.-,.__?..-._._..._...., 3 8,404.08 J .. The Favorite Store.of Kuttmmee.WE J, i
Period March Warrants Outstanding- March 81s(, 1'17 __ ____ ___...__._...?.--_ 63.00 :
Ending 31st 1917..

: Depository. Balance, March flat 1.11.._-......,.____............... 3 8,467.08 :

ASSETS. AND .LIABltlTIEl' :
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a The following report of the Reoelpt. and Disbursements of the several ASSETS > FURNITURE ? : S

fund. of qsCEOLA COUNTY for the p.rlod ending- MARCH Bit, 1317. with Balance C..h 'in ..Treasury; all fund..! 17,726.67 ,

the Balance. and the Amount of Warrant Outstandingand Statement of Uncollected. Taaea, currant .ye.r., .......- 103.766.80 ,
*"Y. the Asset and Liabilities, and th. Value of the County Property (other 'than /
it Total Available Assets ......---$131.433.87 .
) school) of the .aid OSCEOLA COUNTY a. reported) th. Clerk of the Court,

:: and the County Commissioners on the 11.t dayi, of MARCH 1317. U hereby ; LIABILITIES '

,x published under: the provision of Chapter-Sill of the Law. of Ull.i Warcant. Outstanding for Gurrent'En. Ii HAVE ITJ

i; ERNEST AMOS, Comptroller Senses. ....___.-.,_...:........._-......-...:.-._........__........ 8 3.140.23 !
, .GENERAL, FUND Loan or Tim. Warrant.-......,..-...--....--...;,-..-.....:?_..._,...,. 313.000.00

Total ..........,...,...JV..l'l.-: _.......,..Ji.;.: ...... 321.140.23 'tS
"c Treasurer's B lance. October let '.u----I"..__...............,.. $ 610.04 \ v
i OutstandingWarrants; October' .lit, 916, _.__..._-._.-.__.--.__...-,..: 1..01I I VALUE 'OF COUNTY PROPERTYCourt ,
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Deficit.' .______r._...._. .....____....I Ir .............'...)*i 1.01'.'6 House _-.--___,.._..-.-.__-.._...'..-.--..__:............"_.- f60.ODO.00
RECEIPTS fberthitBli Month.: ,__ Poor House and Frln.--_-...._-._.-.-..--._..______...__._.?.;:_,_, 16.0UO.OO la ceaaectiea with ear Hardware n.. w. carry a c.....
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1 FROM; """-? -"-- _w Road Machinery and Mules...--.--.-__-__.-__-,___..j,,_-........ 6,000.00
Tax Collector ._.,...?.,_....._......._ 4/.701,87 fiae ef faraitar W. Make a specialty of, oatfittiaf heat**, aa.l llaadle
Comptroller _i.--.'............... S60.89 total --------------------------------.t---------------------: . $81,000.00Says reliable
Fine and Forfeiture' Fund........ K.60 ,
Clerk Circuit Court....__.,,;.'-____. 581.11 ''II '-.- -
1 Loan ._..._-..;''..___...,.....-.-.,. 8.000.60 .. .{ 4.1'1.11 No. 21. r--

Making Balance ,,____._._,!..:.....?._-_.. ', .;I SlS,128.t2 ,Phosphate Makes STATIC Resort HANK of the OK<.-..K1S8IMMBK..ltlo. of" Bed Room Furniture, Dining,

., ''" .' ; at tUfmtmmmtrf, !. the state .f Klorlda.at . '
Six' Room Suits Outfits
Kitchen
I8IJUH8KMENT8: for the Month. .
+ YOM: ; J' Beautiful ,Women and the elwe e f ....1..... ,
.. Par'i
I Salary ot Clerk. ..f the Circuit Court .. ,. J e :W. leiT.
I', us County Auditor and Clerk to .\1 i! Vigorous R_.._ for Suits Odd Chairs i I
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9 ., County Commissioners --_--_--*' 414.0055S.OO ;;-<-v?;<\\ Strong Healthy Loanu on real estate------8 4,1.000.00oth..r r
Per' Diem and Mileage, ...,..__................_... yy: V;. i on than collateral real ...tate security..___ 148.000.00 Couches Etc.
-'" SALARIES; OF OTHER OFFfCERS :. Robust All other loan and dl.count. 16,441.80
+J AND EMPLOYEES: .. ,' I/y. Overdraft. _' __..__.._._...._.. 7.470.42
\ \"/' Judge. of County Court. ... ., ... ISO.00 ; United State. Bond.-..-I 2.0OO.OO
, County Prosecuting Attorney-- .-..*.. lf 8Attorney ? I': \.'i'?"I;, Men. Banking Other bond.house..._,_.,.furniture-....-.. ..'10.00 His store U aiakiaf a record: I... itself la' tkV' .k' .(,
,I' 10rCnuntyComml".lon..r. Y, '
t 125.04 > >
Supervisor of .. . ."J ./', r f ind fixture. -- ...,j 28.496.16ler helping people to outfit .... ea..d. 'Oar
, : Registration .. 272.60 , .11"i' / or':. ? tea. atice an
p. : : :
,, Jailerj.. _-..........!__'...._....... 76.00 \.',:'. '! W M/j'/ ," Physicians all over the world are pre. Claim.real and estate other- ::----..., 7i277.26; .

,. REPAIRS TQ COUNTY BUILDINGS:' ( l'. ".;'* f .,\ '.. scribing phosphate to build up rundown A.. C. L. R. R. Co._resource____ 28I.B1
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0 Court House .......u_.........,._ 137.90 '\ \\.l' : enemic condition and those Due from Incorporated bank. 2V.02t.20 I
Y Jail-.....*.._...............____.... '&.'4. '"'i'p" \J')' p1Ni, \1\!t'\ who hare treated their patients Other cash Items_---........ 1,682.82 I 7"r
" FURNITURE AND FIXTURES FOR ;:--. If'h/ ; ;\< : Cash on hand............. 18,423.96 I
Court House ..--_.'..............< 29.68 .. ; ''J i, .with Arg"o-Phoephate are changing City warranty ....___......... 2,113.72 ; '
.' thin, enemic women with toneless TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS: : :
EXPENSES OF COUNTY BUILDINGS: .' ....... .. :
Janitor and Other Attendants.... 800.00( ., ,,; ,;;.j 11':'. tissue flabby flesh Into the mOlltbeautiful Total .. ........1494,180.84
Light, Fuel and Water. .....:. 1CS.30 rosy-cheeked and plump ,
Incidental. ..._.. .... r--... ... .. '" I.labllltle.
1,682.42 ;
- -, -- ., Capital stock
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round formed women imaginable. paid In.-lf)0,0u0.00' Me matter what kind ef ... aria. ha.-Gas St.a.
) you ,
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CARE OF COUNTY POOR: ; ; Surplus fund ...-..........j IS.'ioo.HODividends
i, Repairs and Additions Poor '' t. '. unpaid -..,------- 6,87SJ7.; Railroad or SUtioaarjr Eafiae_we .... exactly tke TeeU. yaei
. _._ Houses and .-...,..... to.OO.. "i;;", '., Atlanta Oa. Dr. Jacobson said In arecent Individual deposits subject
'.! -. .u'f1tl 1. ;<,...,Farm.x4tfSB.! E.OO.--. I. !o.J.. Interview., that! 90 per cent of to check. .........:..__.... 181.687.05: ( need In jour everyday work-Wrench**, Hammers. Oilers, ate,
... and'I' 'ml.__...___,..;_::;:::-70.U1I- _.. ; e. emia.Conies from nervou. breakdown Time certificate of deposit... .98I.62 all of best and and
Expense. Operation of PoorHouses '" ,.\ ':, '..' ' wli l Icff'raT'IIniye"-coPlr"lt8d=8 V'.u'PI'1-)<*: ,, -.ttnad. i-i.:r. ' tkej Duality workmanship, at prices that will
and Farms..--.-........ r 1' : Inn: the neressary atP .r.ttl'.alf': ; to the Cashier'! Check. outstandlnK L916.tt'; =".rupriMT y olE TttU'-itttri'ftir Ihe-rtp tatlda=ef=.liaBtfllBf=.../-
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ua.n"y: Is In .
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Allowance* made to Paupers outside .y.tejn Savings Deposits _.-._.__._- 7.221.17
:, --.of 1'ob'r Houses and paid t>y War '"'.4\.I ';.i .:.. .' ." tOQdf.ou, ('lit. an dthi.-.cat1 be quickly lima. .payable '2ft.OuO.00 hardware that it of superior quality and JOG will make a* mia. .
rant. ___.M__________ __i.828.63 "y.- ,..:.... ;.h taktrifr'On, ''or- two I.lfr.ln'Anl'o All other, llabilflle.-velleotiona'.: -r: '
INSANITY INQUIRIES: '. ,''i'' Phosphate tablets atterac", meal on hand -,;..---___________ 86-1.58 take ia coming here NOW, and inspector our_lif.rteek. wt
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and at bed time. It will In casesmake
Fee. of officers and committees... 28.48 ,,;f'f"'l a pale scrn-wney face the picture Total --- _________1494,180.84 ;
STATIONERY AND..PRINTINQ:. .. ,'\,; "' :' 1,1"ji, ; of health. In a few day. I have seen j. r_
General Stationery, Pens, Ink.," ," i' \Sr'.. !Ji1I;. I,;1,'r women -that 1 expected would have to State of Florida. 'I
Pencil. etc. _.:..__. l a.811 \\\.i:};I r r; .. under treatment for months restored County of Osceola. ..:
I Record Book. ') ..::... 8 7.4' . " ,\ i''" to perfect health In one or two ). Koma Thomas, ca.hleri: of theabovenamed
Advertising. requiredby law: and w:.Ii'j" weeks'. time.SPECIAL bank, do solemnly swear Osceola Hardware Company
paid for by county_--...;--_--. 61&.27, '. :' ,' NOTICE! The ArKO-Phos- hat best of the my above knowledge statement and bell.t.HOMA true .to the ;
COMMISSIONS' PAID TO OFFICERS: . ";'/ ,,, phate recommended by VI' F. H. Jacob THOMAS Cashier,
Tax A.Ke.sor _________ 2.8(7.50 .' .on contain phosphates such as areprescribed Correct-At: .
Tax Collector _:_____ 909.e3! : by leading physicians C. A. CARSON, IiWII.
County Treasurer -,_f_ 575.82 throughout the world, and It will be M. KATZ.
CLERK FOR RKOORDINO AND GEN. found the most effectvle form fortreating N. <:. BRYAN.
KRAL patients with Nervous Dyspepsia .
COURT WORK 240.45 Director
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Stomach Troubles, Brain Fag Rubsorlbed' and .worn to before '
EXPENSES: OF OENERAL ELECTION 856.i2: and Nervous Prostration. It will renew this 26th day-of June, 1917.ALBERTA. me ..e.er TowtteeJ a Oeoerai Toalc 1'1't
i DEMONSTRATION AUENT ?_.... 500.00 youlhfulvim and vigor, and buildup Take Orove'i J. W. THOMPSON
HOP3ON.
COUNTY PHYSICIAN _.._..._..
4 : 125.00 u the whole body. If your druggist I will (Seal aNotary' .
LOAN -. .. _._._... 8,000.00 not supply you with Argo-Phosphate, The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
Public
'. INTEREST'___:(w.J:::_._.. ..----373.33: : State of Florida. My I
--- end 81.00 fortwo weeks'' treatment, to Commission expire. January. 1(21. chill Toole U equally valuable a* a
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ERROR .-ff_ 23.00 .. . Argo Laboratories. 10 Forsyth. St., Atlanta General Tonic because cootalna the
i it r 'c. Oa.MARRIAGE. Funeral Director
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Total Disbursements ..-..._.......... > i ' t20.217.23 Drive Out Malaria,Builds Up System well known tonic properties of QUININE
The Old Standard retwra* .treagtbesdiui loale:, and IRON. It acts on the Ller. Drhres
I. Net Deflclt; March 31st. 1017_;.. 7,088.41 LICENSES ISSUED oaovB-a TAaTSLSsa: chin TOHIC.ditm Out oat Malaria Brricbee the Blood', mad AND" "
Warrant OutstandlnK March 1(17 ''I
31st I .448.12 Cupid seems to have been busy in Malarla, arlcbn tbeMoMand baUds up the qr Builds up the> Wiole System. .30 cent.

depository Balance, March list. 1(17.. |2.S5.72I Osceola. county for last week mar. I tern. Atrue tonic. For adults sad ctUMrta. Sue. .

.' ;. nags licenses were issued to Charles TROVILUONi LICENSED EMBALMERStore
A.
ROAD fVfitt "; !'"; J. M. D.
E. Bivans .
of Fort -Drum i and Mia Balm
Magnolia Special Attention to
Treasurer's Balance. October 1st, 1>1(....----__----._-...--_--___-, 4.825.00 Zola Eula McLaughlin of Basslnger, CANCER GOITRE, TUMORS and and Chapel Stewart Ara
;' Outstandlnr Warrants October 1st. 1816..._,_,,_-,_..__.,-.-_____?,. 1.488.08 on Wednesday the 20th; to Hiram P. LIQUID. FACE POWDER. DISEASES OF THE SKIN. :
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Net Balance, October." '1st 1.16........'..-,-.-----_-...,_.-,-10-:,........ t ','.1."3 Padgett and Miss Anna Crosby, both The beauty secret ofwomenwhoknowhow Orlando Office-i-Boardman Building .XI"' '''''", ."
of
St. the
I Cloud on Friday 22nd and 8tolla.m.
RECEIPTS for the Six Months: on Monday the 25th,. to Roy Walter Winter Park Office-.2 to .4. and 6

FROM Tax: Collector ..,...._....;:.......,.1.024.48 Taylor and Miss Margaret Cathcart, to take care of the com to 8 p. m. sepl 6mo pd
',j\\ Comptroller ...._.,.....___?_...__ 161.00 both of St. Cloud. plexion. Cannot be Vf. B. Crawford Lea Jarral"
Nc Transfer. ...__._.......,. > 34.10 .. -, CRAWFORD
'-...,,, Clerk CircuitCourt,.__--_-..._,.. 38.00 I ,1 detexAexi. ''Heals Sun % JARRELL
Loan -- --..-................r.. 16.000.00Sale .. ''t"; NQTICI! !,.QM/lCL6 f.I'IO burn,atop Tan>.'Soothing.cooling LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATlLAW ATTOBNEYS.ATl.AWOfficei /
'.of mule.. ..................... 326.00. 1'1111'.58 .r\' ...J. .
In compliance with the law In auchc. : refreaking.ITJUa .
,i{ Making Balance'..:::: .......,,.......!.. ,,. I )! "I I'l, +.' $21U91.40I ..... made and provided It I* hereby. "ft j; I'rno. 'Rrm.R. .4 Bank 6 6, and 7 Citlsea' ,
announced and declared that election Bulldina1Eissimmee.
an ...Dy.wt.r 8..-J JirdSapJ. .
I DISBURSEMENTS!: forthe Six Months .. > will be .held at Narcooseee, Osceola Warlnf Bnildina
: Florida
t. color
..OR' a + county Florida Special Tax School either ) for 2c. Stamp. .
Salaries of Road Superintendent 'sL; ($ District No. t, on Thursday, August/ a.w. 405o.tI.
; ..c... Filth s...BooI1N.Y.
l'ii" 2nd. A. D. for the
117.' of de-
and Overaeer t '. .,a..*...... +.* 450./10/ purpose #1
''' Cost of Material.i.iia.fi, ... 671... 11'; terminingwho shall serve a. trustee.of .
DR. W.' W. CARSON
1 Tool. and Machinery co.t' and r. yr, said district for two years next after REN'fi
election and to fix the number of mill FOR
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18.TT
; < of district school tax to be levied and t DENTIST
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Live Stock, co.t and ears and feed"Ing THE fioRioA METAl PRODUCTS
collected annually for the said two Rooms unfurnished and furnished. .'
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.iila 1,421.61 .
Paid for tree. -labor, Ether than; .,...... ,'' year. MANUFACTURE Houses unfurnished and furnished. Office! over Pine, Building
sruard 647.24 The following were appointed to act '- OHIO. Hours: 8-1r. 1OfiTle. -+ .
said election. Also city properties, farms citrus
at
Pay of -r--------------- : -Phone 151. Reaid.aoe.Paws tl
I Feeding and Care of Convict. .on- 1,122.86 C. W. Hruns, J. B. :Tlndall and E. B. METAL trucking and grazing lands fer sale. 0.. Admlnl.tered for..Extraction;, '

Road ... .. ... 2.098.68 Avant.. Inspectors; and W. F. Hill Teeth 1r
- -- -- -- --- Clerk.Done. .
I Auto Truck -.....,............._? $48.00Incidental. CEILINGSCULVERTS.SHINGIES THE ELITE REALTY iOR
order of
by the Board of Public
/ ____.;:__-______....._... 411.80 _'" i Instruction of O.ceola County.-

Convict.Payment Leased on Account........of...Dl.ch.rg-........- .110.00 Florida. till. 23rd' W.of C June BASS.A. Chalr1 D. 1017.an'. /I MRS. SUMMERS Manager. 0. F. KRIBEii W. f. :3TKMOKRIBBS

4 Town.Paid to'collection Incorporated In same-Cities.....and... 7,026.80 Attests E.; AND OTHER 207 Bass St.. cor. Brack. N. Klssimmee &: STEED v
I y C. YOWELL
t Loan .-n__._____.-.__.__.___...*.. 10.09..10r. Superintendent.. 28-Gt SHEET METAL Two blocks north of Christian church.Pat ATTORNEYS AT LAW
f r. Interest. .---...-..-- ....----.. &'..11. .. .
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. t k A Legal business of all' kind give
Total Disbursements ______________-__ I ", -; .126,16.06 To Cure a Cold In One Day BUILDING ,

4M. Making Deficit ______________________. f 4.8".66 Take Couth LAXATIVE.ad Headache BROMO and Quinine work off It the stops Cold.Dmtftmtm the. WRIT.( TODAY -Vsa.s.aisaw'MATERIAL Nil I )SPECIAL Johnston O. t*. Oarrett Offloes 11 prompt and 12 attention State Bank,Bid*.
Dr. Error drawing Warrant, .......... t 23.00 reload money II it fill to car. rOM CXTALOMICS: ONS ''CARRETTATTORNEYATLAW Klssimmee, Florida. t
JOHNSTON &
B. W, CROVU'S sla-n.tar. on each boa. JSc. :
Net Balance, March 21st. IUTu______ 3 4.376.65 JACKSONVILLEFLA.'. 1
Warrant.. Outstanding, March 21st un lll.464.00t -
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
S Depository. Balance. March 31st. 117.. 6.637.46 ..ooooooo ooooooooooooooooooo..ooooooooooooooooooo.oo Offices 10. 11 and 12 Citizens Baal Your dmrrlat will refaad atoney lf"I>aJX
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if Building I OINTMENT fans to cure ..yc... .f Ilehl.r, .
FINE Mies < I
AND FORFEITURE FUND Blind laetoudar
. Kllmma. Fla. Tbe ArM applicatoa glees Yaw sad r.e1. -.,
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Treasurer's Balance* October let 116...--.._-__.____-_____-?-.... $ 1,068.82Outstanding FAVORITE: FERTILIZERS: "
Warrants October lit 116.::-__-_.,-._?-_.--._----... 187.22 r

"'? Net Balance; October tat 111.....-....-__..__-..............._... 3 866.60 ARE THE BEST FOR ALL CROPS. C. A. CARSON, President N. C BRYAN. Secretary.,

' RECEIPTS for the SIX Months: .

": FROM. Tax: Collector. .... 888.11 ,". SPECIAL FORMULAS FOR The Waters & Carson.d
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Comptroller ..__...I*............. 87.74 -
Cleric Circuit Court.-___._____.... 248.76 ,)' CITRUS CROPS BEANS PEAS: ,
Sheriff ......___.____0:'-__-____--_. &&1.' "' ', '. 1.11'.111 POTATOES .
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MakingBalance ...........---.--._-.. I .411. .H\,;, vV $.2.601.36 CORN TOMATOES
' f 1 r t. Grocery Company
DISBURSEMENTS for the Six Month.: F'.' : Y'
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Write for list all brandt
FOR: 5 our new price on Agricultural Chemicals, ,
Sheriff and Deputies,. Cost Bill In Materials 7
Criminal Ca.... ................. 10'.10. Insecticides Etc. '. 4 r
i, Clerk/ Circuit Court. Cost Bill /In .' -.
Criminal Ca.e. -.. --..___...r134.0. ,. 1 I' _-.__ BEST MAINE SEED POTATOESare Wholesale and.Retail Dealer in I
Bill to .
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County Judge. Co.t Criminal '\ '
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S Ca.e. .:-.._-'.--__...-....._. 11.64 j .. r { t" arriving daily i -get our prices and get 'the best. .

'< Justice Inal Ca.e Peace, Co.t Bill. n.J.;Crlm-!-__.. 6.43 ''' _.. We sell' the HAINES FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR for distributing GROCERIES

Count of l'roaecuttng Fee .....Attorney........,..Con....I, 90.00 in i rows or .broadcasting. Excellent' for.all Fertilizer, Lime Ashes.

I I IWitness Court Stenographer Fees ______.... Insolvency' 1,090.30 ,,, and soft Phsophate. .

Cases ___._...-_....._ ........ lOUT . USE SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDEon
Sheriff's Commission on Fines, etc., I .
Collected __ .... _ 87.88. your citrus trees for sure results. Manufactured by' J. Schnarr
---- ----- ---- 00 .. 00 00000000 ,0 . 040e . . . . .
$, Feeding. Prisoners ________________ 37.60 & Co. Orlando our'lub.idiary.T"E '
Salary of Judge of Juvenile Court. 76.00 O .
Medicine 'and Clothing Prisoners WE SELLs WE BUTS k'e
......._..-................-. 1.10. .. 'I II INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER .
I I' COMPANY

ay' Total Disbursement ................. ',&IT.I' e HAT a o o i '
BIDES '
Net Balance, March Stet 1917__.____.:. ....* JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA o GRAIN' 0 0 . .;
M 1, Warrant Outstanding March 31st. 1917 IU.I? .ooooooooooo.oo..ooooo.o..o.o r ooo.oo..ooo..oo.t.o o FURS . .. .

4 Depository Balance March 21st 1117.. |22.6Treaaurer'a > e FERTILIZERS .,
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a 0 . WOOL .
II .
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PUBLICITY FUND' ; '
I I' o SHINGLES. o 0 .

r=i Tr.a.ur"r' Balance, October t.t ._---.-.-_-.-_._.-___--_------- 114.11' \ o O AND' .
+ Outstanding Warrant. October 1.1. lU8_....__.____--.----__--,-..-- 100.00 S. FLOYD 'ORANGE BOXES .
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Balance October .. ... 1.4.11' '' A '
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.FROM: . ,. VEGEtABLE CRATES : .
Tax Collector _._..-..:._._.. 11".11" PRODUCT .'
Comptroller -._-_.._..-._-_-_....-- 11.1' 101.14 '
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Making Balance -.._..-.--.--.,; 1.1' .-- "' .
Paid out for publicity.' .to.-. ---- ': " ,', t'f ,110.00 '' . 1'' 40 . . . . 0 0 . . . . . . ..,
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i ", Depository balance. }(arch $1.t.'1217,_ P t ",7) I Corner. .Broadway. and DaJdn. 'A.,: ,W. sefl! field and garden seeds of all kinds..: , -v ., n' .

4U.LODt'V" :' irD'f. : ..:.'. i '. '. I Wi.give special: attention, to fitting out buntiaf and camping parti.<

'" __ ___ $ Try, Ur on Your 3xt Order for feed:? 'Free dalirery ia city limits Phone No. 12. '
:Balance, October l.t. 1916. ..- :" 13.166.6 .. ... -
Outstanding. Warrants October. 1." 181C..'..__.._'..,_.....,........_. 18.000.00' .-- '. /:. .,. ...... ""' _t._ ........ ... . 01_. . '" ..-.q., "'.. . '. .! ',W* !tin couatjr a.eaU for good fertiExara Ask tu for circular aad ptjeq 'rM

INit. ;1lakaoe,; Octob.r'i, .'t.3114.-_..<.."*.>.".".i"_..'.._:_' ..;<, ....'...e---e.a.- :: ':.1. 'I"N J. fertiluart ... .

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-: TRAVEL' THE DIXIE HIGHWAY I MASS MEFTING'OR'R: "At" the: ChurchesLAYMAN'S r

-, MB miEY'GAZETTE CROSS FUND PROVES SUCCESS Proceedings 1 ,of The totals of :t""aprinJr'a", potato f't t
About a million farmer* should '. ? crop in this section are hard to beat <
Fsjttllahea' Every Friatey.ra come to Florida this winter and raise (Continued from Page One) MEETINGNext but through an error in a story of S. .
.V !. Valley Gazette .11.1.11.. foodstuffs,-Times.Union.They'd is version of this C the School Board B. Aultman's crop, told in last week's
the true
K.......... FI.rlea come ,too, if we had good story great Sunday afternoon; at 3 o'clock Gazette, even these" fine figures werestretched
roads all over the state and our legis- work, and the audience thrilled with Kissimmee, Flc.., June 23, 1917. in the Methodist Sunday school rooms. somewhat. In order to pre'
\ W. B. HARM ... K. G. VAN AONBWOwaen lature, whose economy about',doubled Inspiration as the eloquent] speaker The School Board met as per adjournment Services will be led by brother Drj J. vent S. B. from being deluged with ap. +

tate taxes, had made an appropri-- told of the vUiori) caught by Florence of June 4th, there being C. Davis. A full attendance is very plications for donations for libraries
......... "., 11MDR ation for McRae's publicity campaign.Manatee Nightengale fifty years ago, a society presorit: W. C. Bass, Chairman j W. much deelred. founding hospitals] and the like we area
_ Banner. R. Lanier, and J. H. Baisdcn; also C.IE DEVOTIONAL COMMITTEE. printing the true version:
with t Route girl reared in the exclusive] circles of
_ What's the matter you Yowell, superintendent.Bills Mr. Aultman's crop produced nearly '
them through Kissimmee. We voted the wealthy] who'pve up money, po- were- approved and warrants PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES 1200 barrels of potatoes from sixteen !4
'road bonds last week to complete the sition and every ambition in a lifetime issued ...follows: acres of land and netted him in the

"missing link"-in the Dixie Highway, sacrifice to relieve suffering hu C. E. Yowoll, sal] supt..'____..._$125.00 Sunday will the regular commun- neighborhood of $9,000. The crop was.
i and soon that million of farmers can W. C. Bass M. B. P. i.----__ 4.00 'on of this church for the quarter. In grown on his farm in Kissimmee. 1
yoh0 travel a hard surface road from Jacksonville .manity.He J. H. Baisden, M. B. P. I._.___* 13.00 I addition to the serving of the communion
: r to Tampa. told of other persistent workers W. R. Lanier, M. B. P. I.___._ 5.40 the be observed as
r who carried on the work, bringing the Praabyterian.Ch'ch, rent Sch. 1 8.33 "Patriotic Sunday daywill." and offerings will Advertisement'
Classified
WORK TO
HOME EXTENSION story down to the seventies when Bralton & Gulce! rent, bell park be taken for the Red Cross.
CONTINUE IN OSCEOLA Clara Barton, America's Florence] I Sch. 1._______*--.-, 5.00 All shot\/d tale notice of these announcements '
Nightengale, made this her life work, John-S. Cadel, legal services... 12.00J. and Join in and make the WANTEIi/: to buy a work home, not4ter
PRLSSPyab.erlello That Osceola county will continuethe and as a direct result America's National L. Overstreet, rec. deed,)_.._ 3.60C. memorable one, both religiouslyand : eight years old. H. H, Hudson
work another Red Cross Society was day a lift-all on Nelson Realty Co.
Home Extension recognized J. Rothrock. sidewalk Sch 16 188.15. ,
year is now assured for an appropriation in 1900, and in 1905 it was Incorporated James Sage, taking census, S. patriotically. FOR SALE
made by the School and adopted by the nation as 40.00 acre. suburban farm adjoining city
was County S. D. No. 1........-. 1&
RateaiOneCopy. Board at the adjourned meeting1/ Sat- the official organ of relief work. Oocsola Hdw Co., supplies Sch. COUNTY AGENTS' REPORTS limits; 8 room house, stable, grapefruit, chicken'house ,.
One Year.---"__-,.21. .00 urday, setting aside $500 for this pur- The speaker made a srtiking statement 1, and rent and draynge..__ 12.35 '- Japanese, bearing'persimmon orange; peaches, tan .1
One Cop, Six Montha____"____ .7.00* pose. This sum supplemented by- here, he said: "This movementwas Bruce Pub. Co., sub. School ,Bd. Palm Beach County: One of ,the ncilnes and blackberries. Fine little 'I .
One Copy. Three 'Month.--------- federal support and sometimes by appropriations adopted by the government and Journal_ ..._...... .._. 1.50 best thing accomplsihed was' getting Farm Also above. ,
'All communications .except from our made by., the County approved it, but no' provision wa Miss Albina Smith, scrv. can- the three banks at West Palm Beachto Chicken cottage,ranch barn. ,, near..hl<, the> several nice w .
authorised', correspondents muabe Commissioners made; for its activities. It's one thingto ning club 4.__-......- V60.00 promise that each would put up a 'kinds bearing rru''..k\nho"/. /on plant
algned.by the writer The School Board showed forethought have the approval of the govern. C., E. Yowell], 3 mos. :incl._____,i, 50.00 fund of $500 to buy seed in quantity, and waterworks. fire acne of land .,
Rejected matter: will not be returnedunless when they purchased 1,000 ment and,! another' to have its support Miss Almenia Leitner, grading finance needy' farmers in growing with Iwo near large loaether"" lots ,ndjolnlnw.HHrtcaln prices Fine,* ....'.'.e .

called for ? cans to have them on hand in case ofa They simply said we favor your plan committee .. 4.............. 5.00 summer crops, buying live stock for .horn.a favorable. terms of paym..nt""I
Entered in the Postofflce at KlMlm. shortage as has been predicted, and we give you official] recognition, now Miss Albina] Smith, grading clubs and farmers, where the need Lake\lew farm. nice lake front grove,
1 me., Florida as ...cond-cl.... matter now the members! the,canning club cany out your' plane with your ownnfforta committee __ ...._I..._ 5.00 arises, and using the fund for the gen- artesian wells, fine Interested hammock parties.farm. '
may prepare their fall gardens in the and the country slept] '>n Miss Lucy WithcrEDoon, grading eral benefit of the farmers. Funds All full kinds particulars of to homes and Invest.
JUNE 29,. 1M7 full assuraifce that they will have the the alarms which were frequently committee .._....._.: 5.00 and supplies are 'to be distributed. m Florida/, ,
wise guidance of County Agent} Miss sounded. Ststo Bank, payment of. W. H. through the county agent" .":1.8f1N. REALTY! ('''''r.\NT.. .t

Albina Smith, and that when the crop Startling Announcement Patterson ._ --.._.-,.,._.10000.00" Klssimmee'Florlda. "
OSCEOLA COUNTY PRAISED matured a plentiful] supply of cans The awakening came this coringwhen State Bank, cans for canning
(+ is at hand.:: Major General Leonard A. Wood: club .. ..______ 5T.45 Palm Beach County: himself The county WILL FELL PJI<, ease( cultivation ' e'
is the
Harry L.. Brown, of the St. Augustine male the startling statement that e'anurmj. S. S. D. No. 1 Fundr agent congratulating on I twenty acre tract near Kl is-. :

Record, praises the people of THE PRICE'DOWLING, PAID .', is ,just as strong as its Rs-.J Mrs. J.. R. Figart, iontior Sch. fact taken that up the oust'experiment tomato 'soiltrouble station has St.nlmmee, rhlldaelphla.. H P. liranea Pa. 1619 N.27-U Slat ,'
Cross; and just as weak as its Red No. 16 i
actionin ---- .. 27.00
Osceola for the S. chemist who
E. Collison
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this portion'of Governor Catts has removed Sheriff Cross," then substantiated it with J. R. Figart, attendarno officer 1, U'oIT-Lallt! Friday on Broadway an
the recent bond issue, saying: Dowling of Duval county, and has convincing arguments.An Sch. No. 16 ,_ 165.00A. spent Friday with the agent studyingthe Eastern Star pin. Finder please're-. <
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? disease and taking soil samples. turn to Miss M. K. Sargent at Crawford -
"Unless] the item has been overlooked named Hayes Lewis, former collector investigation followed, which re- J. MacDonough, architect, submitted Mr. Collison is outlining aeries of A Jarrells office. 27-U*..
the Evening Record is the first of internal revenue for Florida to vcuVd the fact that Germany's Red plans] for schoolhouses at Lo- fertilizer and a will return : ;
of succeed him. Dowling paid the price Croes society is twenty times stronger koste and Campbell. The Board or- experiments \"ANTEn-JIIanor woman whole or" ,
paper to publish the announcement to the two three times dur-. th\ '.. u=
county or : "I'are >. .I1t''a.rK'! ,; '' "
than the of this and ,.. ;
.. that every official] who_enforces a delmiedesnttmanti -_ society country deryd.that notby 'pu ijb.IJ..1UD&. 'direfe'"tbirfC'TfttS'la ii10"! ' '"; eTrUbU'iS tunl<)'PTur rl ilht:
_.".. auxrooss <4..tbl ffidJ!*J wherebythe lIt:-p1 J'I1'fIrttf"'ttreJaw hll't"-att" -their*heavy'"draia" of"'tltg TorDids on these 'bulildingaThe flIrthiP''Mu..ea''t party Address Uee, lire Palea] Co.. .
of the southwestern por- three of the first work of the kind. .taken up Hanford Fla.. 27.I\-Pd' ,.
residents ,.must always pay. .Dowling did years war. Board apropriaUd,.$500.00 .,,to in Florida on truck'crops.PROMPTNESS ..
'.'. P.tJon.o'- county 6f Osceola] will] sup. not:enforce the' ]aw..nd every_citizenwho' President Wilson-called '".on 'men; continue the canning club wortfduring ........ FOR BALK-Two-year-old half Shet-
Y missing link'of the hard-sur has been in Jacksonville can bear standing high in financial] circles] to the ensuing year. land <,olt.V.. K. Sargent. Limit and'
ply th* Jacksonville witness that he didn't, and Jt was a meet with him and devise a plan for The Board fixed the estimate necessary OF PATRONS URG- Patrick streets. .. t5tCFOR
faced Dixie Highway between joke on the streets of that city that immediate and effective action, and for expenses to be paid out'of ED TO HELP CAR SHORTAGE SALE KOO 2-year-old BoedllnorOrapefrult :
y and Tampa. The yot* of 184 the 'only difference the Davis law the whirlwind campaign for raising the county school] funds' for the ensuing To the Shippers of Florida: Trees Price ISC each C.
to 24 indicates the earnestness and made was that instead of closing at $100,000,000 was launched. Though year, and asked the Board of In view of the scarcity of railroad H. FUnk, Klsslmmeei, Fla. 21-tt\::

;} sincerity of Osceola's] citizens in their 12 o'clock, as they formerly did,. the this'request came just,on the heels of County Commissioners to make a levy equipment and consequent inability of DWKM.JNQS for rent. Apply to )of.,
desire to develop their county and to saloons] remained open' until 1 o'clockin the Liberty Loan and through fear of pf sven mills. therailroads to furnish cars promptly Tiller '
d*' the right thing by the. other counties the morning. detracting from the success of that The Board received and filed the for ths movement of all tonnage, the
that have invested in Dixie High-* Dowling is hot unlike many other campaign the Red Cross lacked the itemized estimates from Special Tax Railroad Commissioners earnestlyurge AUTOMOBILE Pocket vise HOAI. Florida M\PH Auto OVLYae Road
way improvements. officials. A few years ago the sheriff publicity which the loyal newspapermen School Districts Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and consignors and consignees to :Map. complete and newest edition.
Those who have made 'the trip by of Hillsborough county was removed all over the country donated to 6. load and unload freight as promptly Offer for abort time only. On sale at
Y automobile in either direction between for failing to enforce the law, but the former cause. But action could The recent changes in the school as it is possible to do, without regardto Valley Gatette office. lOtf b'i
sF r Jacksonville and Tampa know the obstacles lenient friends in the Senate secured not be delayed, the need was Impera- law having increased the work in free time allowed under rules for GENERAL FARMING Is profitable. ln
i' that are offered by the.uncompleted sufficient sympathy for! that official] tive and the call] went out, not to the\ the superintendent's office, an appro- loading and unloading.We Florida. To know Florida's possibilities
section in Osceola county. For and his removal was not confirmed.But rich alone, not to the large citjes only,' priation of $15.00 per month was allowed would] further urge, in the Inter- for live. stock and poultry
more than a year a brick highway has at the next election the people removed but to the masses, to .every hamlet, him to hire extra help. est of both shippers and the carriers, raising growing,dairying read the;, fruit Klorlda and Farmer truck;
I extended southward from Orlando to hlmlermanently. This! sheriffwas village and outlying district. It appearing from the records in that shippers load to' the marked capacity end HomeaeeVer Six months' trial
Kissimmee, abut an almost Insuperable from the The country,has been asked to give the superintendent's office that the of cars furnished, without regard free ubscrlptlon.Address 26 Florida rents. Farmer Rample. copy ,
obstacle is presented the condition market place which told him that the her men to establish an army; to lend time for the biennial election in Spe- to carload mlnimums. This meth.. Homesteeker. Box ISO, Jacksonville and. '
of the road from Kissimmee to foreign element would not remain in of its wealth to finance' this army and cial Tax, School District No. 2 would od will increase the ability of the Fla. la- rLOHTRom.here -
1 .the Polk county line. Delay in the Tampa if the laws were enforced. He now it was called on to give from be on August 2nd, the Board ordered carriers to meet the question of car DarJlnktonIe
I IliT. surfacing of this section of the highway took his old stand that there: were out the very heart of its humblest that due notice be given of said election shortage, an dthus help all concerned. avenue and Cape between Hreese, work apron-
was proving dangerous to the hundreds .of laws on the. statute books homes) to make up $100,000,000 for and that the Superintendent pre- RAILROAD COMMISSION, containing scissors, thimble, etc
business interests of Kisoimmee. .The which the people did ,not' want en what! To save the ]lives of pare the ballots.and necessary papers. STATE OF FLORIDA, Please. return to Valley Uasette office -
poople of Lake county win, soon have forced. He at once constituted him to ensure the return of the wounded The following were appointed to. By,R. Hudson Burr, Chairman. and greatly oblige! owner, 28-lt .
.) sot alternative paved highway that self the final ]legislative] body of our' and sick to'health, and to bring them act at said election:' .,
would have more than likely been designated state. i back home in safety .when this war C. W. Brans, J. B., Tindall and E. 'St. Lucie County: It is estimatedthat FOR HAL.E (Good mercantile bualnesrhandling ,
as the Dixie Highway router 'Thus it was with Dowling. Duval has ended. B. Avant, inspectors; F.. W. Hill, about 290 acres of pineapples 'Address dry goods Box, shoes ll', Kissi and furnInhlngs. ....-. ? x
had there been no prospect of the paving county has always voted for the ..- The result] of the call is now historyand Clerk. I were burned along the Dixie Highway Fla. f8-4t-
of the straight and more direct loon. Whiskey selling has been the the glorious response which went The Board fixed the salary of the just south of, Fort Pierce, as a resultof real e_
k route southwestward from Orlando principal] industry of that county for up from the populace demonstratedto Superintendent, according to law| at a forest nad prairie tire, which MONEY tat. 00.TO LOAN W. Fox on 1108 Improved' (abb.lt. Rt.. .
through Kissimmee to Lakeland. years, increasing in importance as the world that no more patriotic $145, and allowed him $200 per year started, just,west of the pineapple Klaslmmee. Fla. 2.-lt ...
It is. understood, that the work of other counties took the more Important people exist than Americans. when the for incidental expenses.J. ridge. It is difficult to say in dollars In th.. ,
., paving with, vitrified brick Is to be step of banishing stuff from issue is vitaL S. Cadel'was' appointed attorney and cents fust what amount of damage WANTED chicken business.partner 4' woman to go preferred
pushed with all the vigor possible so their borders.Dowling thought it was The speaker said we must not confuse for the Bard'at a salary of $150 per was.done.UNIVERSITY. that understands chickens. Write <>r-
w' that the highway will be opened for, what the people wanted, but Dowling,1 this campaign for funds with the ;year. 'II... A. J. Clttes. Loughman. Fla. 28-2t
traffic soon 'after th. first of next too. didn't listen intently for the regular! ] Red Cross work;, This, he The Board purchased 1,000 t. cans for
year., Congratulations are due the voices of the men and women who taidr-was an, effective"means used,to, $57.45 to be sold, to the members of : OF, FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE: FOR WOMENTALLAHASSEE
i people of Kissimme and the residents really make Jacksonville the splendid Drovide\ the- society with sufficient the Canning Club the.proceeds of the GAINESVILLE< v
of Osceola for this exhibition of their town .it is. Their voices were drowned funds for immediate relief, and he told sale to be turned into the General "
progressivenesi." by the roisternig the ."cubs] ," how the burden on the American Red School Fund. High Moral, Intellectual] Standards College,,of th* Highest. Rank ',-,"r.
where the revelers] toasted Dowling in Cross would rest much' heavier thanon The following teachers 'were appointed Liberal Arts Law Agriculture. En- Liberal Arts Education Music, Ezpreed. ""
REV. S. W. LAWLER IN RED their: bibulous moments as a "good fel that pf other nations. He outlined : *, v" .' \ gineeving, Educatlon..Graduate School] don, Physical Education,, Art' .., Horn
CROSS WORK. I'lows." And to these same toasters the the routine followed in caring for the .R. J.. Franklin, School No:13, Whit- ji I", iEconomiea ,S'\. 'I"D'MI
Send for* Catalogue] and Views. of View
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cold gray dawn of the 'morning after" wounded and sick in foreign field, as tier. I
_! Rev. S. W. Lawler, former pastor of bronght the inevitable revolt.- follows: They are given first aid, Miss Bessie- Lawson, assistant. 28-13t A. A. MURPHREE, Pres. EDW. ,CONRADI Pres-
I J" the Methodist church of this city Iii I Governor Catty took the first necessary which aims at saving the life, till they School No. 13, Whittier. .- -
now stationed at Tallahassee,< and is step 'When he removed the man can be removed to the base hospital, Miss Mattie Tyson, School] No. 85, .r
,.; enthusiastically engaged in helping to who permitted the contemptuous disregard . institutions with 500 beds each..When East Lake. .
raise funds for the Red Cross. The of the law Some "!: they can be moved they are'sent to Miss Edna Calkins] School No.. 23, If I jIIfl (
following from the Florida Record, mice are saying that the.succeeding( permanent hospitals and from the Union Center. ,
i; published at Tallahassee, would Indi- i.herifT will be no better. H* is, first they are sent home for recovery or: Miss Lelia. Crejghton, School] No. 7, :
': ate that Mr. Lawler is doing effective of all, a politician, and being a politician during the convalescent] period. Center Park l 1Lfk. $ Germs:
work for this relief work and that his he may see that the day of What is to become of America'ssick I There being no further business,
f language has lost none of its former flagrant law violation] in Florida has and wounded during this trying' the Board adjourned until the next
I 'f, language. has lost none of its former come and gone and'enforce the law time when they must be turned out to I 'regular meeting', July 2d> A. D. '1917. \ .
"! 7 punch. At any rate Mr. Lewis will have his make way for others more in nee4 of I Go
';, Rev. S. W. Lawler] pastor of the chance and we prefer to believe] that care. There can be but one answer to I TRIP AROUND WORLD WELL
I j. : Trinity Methodist Church here, has he will clean-up. Jacksonville, for this question. The American(people PATRONIZED
been chosen as one of the Red Cross every citizen of Florida( feels that he must provide them with's living place, BY KISSIMMEE
week orators for this and the neighboring has a certain interest in the metropolis. recuperation camps they will be call .OutlQuicldy'
counties in this chapter. He is .Howey Tribune. ed, where they will recover health and (Continued from Page'One)- ,

enthusiastically wrapped up in this strength. '"America will do so," the entertainers,.welcomed the revelers' to
t. campaign, i. energetic eloquent, supremely ORANGE BELT AUTO LINE speaker continued, "because the boys the sister'country.
logical] .H* spoke in Quincy are our boys and if for no other reason ,Tall bamboo ,broadleaved banana
last Friday night, as did Mr. Fred T, A fleet of White auto busses has because to save one boy and to restore plants, ferns and flowers made a truly
Myers.On . been ordered by Orlando] parties for him to usefulness] strengthens tropical setting for the picture, with
portion of Mr. Lawler's] speech the Orange Belt Auto Line, and is the defense of the countrt!'The.e boys her. and there little Cuban flags
Is andshould be repro now in transit. Capacity from twelveto will be victims of their own heroismand Bright lights, gleamed, soft music
d acedfeditorially, in sub- twent -two passengers. it's up to America to provide for sounded,and :jokes; and laughter prevailed When '
-&s. .stance, as follows] :' Schedules have not yet been ,arranged them. as the guests were greeted at )
You read in the papers of the thousands but this feature will be at- outlining the actual work to be the veranda by Mrs. L. H. Ingram, and -11691 .
killed the hundreds maimed tended to immediately and the public done by the Kissimmee chapter, Mr. received in the living room by Mrs. J. '
.'1 'and wounded..the bursting shells and advised. Ellis said there were two great needsat Z. Roberson, assistedby her guest, You Use : ,
l liquid fire, but I would paint yon a picture Auto busses will be operated be- this time, one was' funds and the Mrs. Cauley. In the dining room, :
of the trench-worn soldiers] improperly tween Orlando and Daytona Beach, other was surgical dressings. Mrs. A. W. Bailey] and Mrs. Milton
i nourished and living in poisoned which will pass through Winter Park. In closing Mr. Ellis said: "We are I Pledger served red fruit juice 'from t a I ;
air, fighting in snow and sleep- Sanford, 'Orange City, DeLand and in the war and'no one knows how apunch bowl] banked 'with flowers,
ing occasionally in crowded bunks Daytona. Another division will be long it will)] ]last." _The opinion of ex. I while Misses_Orpha_Rose arid'Clare - 6 J _
-where the ]lack of sanitary conditions operated between Ocala and Orlando, pert place its duration at three years, Hathway received. _All the ladies receiving 1 _e !It ; : 0 i I. a ,
is appalling, where the run-down bodies via Leesburg, Tavares. Eustis, Mt. others at fifteen. It is our war and as In this country were costumedin
,j ; of the men soon contract disease, Dora and Apopka. Service will ]like' every community was called 'upon to gay colors and wore bright ornaments. TEe Modern 'Durable Sanitary Flat Oil Finish '
't ,tuberculosis] smallpox, body lice, etc. wise be inaugurated as soon as Polk give pf her men to defend America's ) The ever-present ,black: lace ,
eta (And he- paints his picture oft county roads are completed] between principles] so each community is now shawl was also in evidence, .
y the horrors' of the filthy trench warfare Lakeland and Orlando, and the prin asked to organize..to provide care for With the Care Free Gypsies: On Your Walls ,
t .: ). On June 6 the men of this cipal points that will be served on this these soldiers.] ', !"A Gypsy Camp 'in Bohemia'wuthe
Y country: between the ages'! of 21 and 80 division! ) south of Orlando will be: "America," sung by the entire audience last picture in this near drama and stair c r

'were called upon to register. Occasionally Kissimmee, Loughman, Davenport, was a fitting close to the even here a black kettle suspended over a The chief consideration In the modern .. ,r"
home !
]] you read in the papers of one Ilaines City, Florence Villa, Winter camp fire occupied the foreground. On '
within the age limits who through ignorance Haven, Eagle Lake and Bartow ing.Mr.. Ellis expressed himself well one aide was a mover's wagon, in is sanitation. Wall paper and other unsanitary 'j
or dread failed to register, The title of the company is considered pleated] ) with the harmony which pre which were seated Miss Mildred Lee wall Coverings have become a thing of the past. From ,
i you read where the authorities are very appropriate by its management vailed throughout the session just and Mrs. O'Bryan dressed in bright a sanitary as well as an artistic point walls and cell- ., .,
., ,chasing him through the swamp and in view of the fact.that the territory closed and with 'the '''efficiency with gypsy colors Kin Virginia Tiller oc. with 1
Pee
decorated Gee
I blackjack, and you call him a slacker it will traverse is the greatest which the local committee hAd handled copied a small gypsy tent on the opposite Ing Flatkoatt have no equal.
; But what of you who are too old] or too orange producing belt in the state of the matter. side, while Miss Ethel Lee told It brings cleanliness and M.

(, young to register, or for any other The ]local chapter, just organized, startling fortunes from the seclusion I a FR. E'E dust; oot, germs and vermin eliminates be ''.
'j reason will]] not be called to :your coun Mr. A. C. Marshall of- Qrlando is began its existence with more than of another tent. A bevy of young i Pee Gee Flatkoatt '
: try' service, If' do 'not of one of the prime of Misses Almenia Dozier of 48 peg* Illustrated book.eaule penetrate "
you give promoters this three hundred members, fifteen of gypsy girls, "73a _km Marled Into the fibre of the surface and be-
your substance to relieve the suffering proposition, and will be hv of secured Mattie and M of
charge this number were at the close Arcadia, Margeret COGcom. parted It. If wiled It be
i an dimprove the conditions of those their offices there which wiU be the arrivals and DaxraUng WMt can 1
permanent of the meeting by the young' ladies, Stanford greeted easily cleaned and )'ourw.l1. Will
who.ar* called. I want to say that headquarters.: The authorized acting as Red Cross nurses for the urged! them to patronize the'wonders artistic tainssuuestionsforthe decoration of bright and beautiful again. M'I I
such a man-th* on* who stays: at capital stock is 25000. day. concealed in the tents and wagons, walls amd sad color
home and contributes nothing-is an .'i whkh later, proved' to be conspicuousby plates of rooots ceillojrs.finished. wltfc *Pee Gee FIatkoett ''j'

hundredfold a slacker NOTICE TO OWNERS_ OF.DOGS Putnam County:,' Eleven of" the Agricultural : their absence. : <, . .:Ibis Ore ookorwrl.Flatkoatt. .Ask... as', sad. 24 flees, rich,soma velvety la. colors white r V ''l'
0:0: -' Agents of .the' Southern '.', Bonbons and dstoi were constituted '
On.ofIUssintme.'i The attention of do .. 'Is' resstee-Gsaftert C*. which CM be combined late tb.
C'' prettiest andmost ; ....* Railway consulted .. recently in locating the "Refresh" served here. '* lacorpotmudLOUBlVlLU p
I, popular. young ladies is showing called to the city ordinance whiff.prevents a tract of'and) suitable forgrowing The class giving the entertainmentwas ". UNIIUXY BO* srnstta effect*. '
her patriotism toy planting tyrol dogs running At large!; after Irish' potatce'-a the eastside highly Ufteci with the patron-' .J .., ''Ji '
acres: of. sweet potatoes la vacant cttyPrepareplow June 1st without l mulled. of the St." Johns z4ver"cad in the ace' of the city,' which netted the sum -- ::1t.
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.... : Thisordinance vicinity of Springtide. Caraway and of $79.60. and this wee sufficiently increased -
1'OSCEOIA HARDWARE',COM:ICissifflffiM :; I
will be strictly enforced. Bay Weed i t feel .cere tbs* a number irom'the ,-claw treasury, to, ,. Fla. t
: O. W. OVERSTREET off6polKdd..kWh.thUah.win be- in raise tile check to even 100. which, _, ,
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White ROADS
|1.W, $1.75 and"$1.98. Story's.H. ,- .
H. Lollesgard,'the travelln") representative CMOICI5T: "CYTS
E. Cole'of Lakeland in town
Casino pas of the Automobil. Blue Book : .
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Monday, greeting old friends Publishing Co., with headquarter* at Iii I i Disrt.AYeo.'

A-No. 1 Creamery Butter! The New York was fat' town Tuesday in 1 '
Creamo Dairy hat it. Phone 262. the interests,of the company he rep.recant rMERSMQS" t) 7A
*.. H.. was in his car and was
Matinee 3:30. ', Evening 7:00 P. K. Kibbe of Orange Center spent on hit"' way south. Mr. Lollesgani A "RI!! t1eReIURveYlD
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the week in town. stated' that the Klssimmee-'MelbonH t'I
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E. B. Morey motored to rOlandfl highway would be Included in the next I
Thursday on business. year's map of the Dixie Highway. H. 1
Admission 5 and 10 Cents has already been over the Brevard 1
Get the children
At- some dolUj, lOe to
county'end as far as the river and expects
e 35c each. Story's. Home with
to" return at an early date to Dandy part

Program for, Week of July,2nd Sam Prather returned last week make a draft of the remainder for. the >0&OK5& Phonograph THE CHOICEST'CUTSof
form Clinton, S. C., where he has been publication. meats that ever raced a butch.
I. visiting.F. Everybody_ to dance there I* ne
BRICK ROAD OPENED reason why all aboald not enjoy it-yoaaf er's block await your inspection in
MONDAY TUESDAY W. Hill, one of Narcoossee'smsot end old. this 'shop. The 'freshness of'our

Shirley l Mason i prominent citizens;. spent Mon The paved road leading from the Invite your friends over and have a dancing stock Is assured by the quantity of

"AND THE LAW SAYS"A "PASSION"The day in Kissimmee.B. city east to the Poor Farm, the' former party. With the Stewart Phonograph meat we selL We're bound that:

Mutual Matlerpiece. Third Play of the "Seven. Dead-- F. Lester spent the week* in Henry .Boss place, will be completed you music can dance all of the the lateet dance la. you should be pleased and will
played by world's you
Okeechobee''' to his cattle in- this week, it is said, and will be gnaaeeorch.str.a
.attending M.
(NUF SED) I ly Sins" terests. opened to the public for travel oA Sun- "
day. This adds another stretch of Then after the dent.yoa can enjoy ---'I' ,
WEDNESDAY Attorney Z. Bass went to Sarasota hard surfaced road to Osceola' network beautiful selections, band pieces, marches, f

Palla Pictures lac, Presents Geoff Bebam fa Monday On legal business. returning of highways, and it should be operas, solos by renowned aingera. and ,
selections the Initramentalina City Market
by
"A ROADSIDE IMPRESSARIO" Wednesday night extended as soon as practicable to Include great
Just think 01 all the pleasure and enjoy .
. Also "MUTT & JEFF" 10 NATURE FAKJRSrTHURSDAY' Mrs: Jamea M. Willson, Jr.; left the Hilliard Island section, one mans you can have with a Stewart Phono ,
Wednesday for New'York City, where of .the most productive spots in this .pb-end it coats only $SJOI x.EE .
FRIDAY she will spend the' summer. vicinity. Tb.at.wart Phoaaeraph mparlor te earaopularprtMa
: phonograph th. market. ItKproducn
". William. Fox Present Greater ViUtraph Present L. O. White is relieving. C. E. Hyde I FRIENDSHIP LODGE K. OF P. '0".quality_. ..tI..II..niule,.,with, ..o...r4.......ol_ear. rol trpa..maad .

, ANITA STEWARTin as conductor on the Midland. Mr. 'anr make,ear *lm*.any Bri...
." VALESKA SURATT Hyde is taking his vacation. At the regular meeting of Friend -Cam.la lid tot .how lea thla aaarvelaaeBtwaaarapli
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which for ..
REBELLION"
"THE SIREN" in "CLOVER'S ads
Rull Bass and John McPhatter'will ship Lodge of the Knights of Pythias .ouW

SATURDAY ;' ; _:.a-.. .1! returned Wednesday from Okeecho held Wednesday'eveninfjv' conferred degreeof Fr Sill if Corner Drug Store
bee, where few Knight was upon"Strick" .
they
spent a days.S.
Palla Pictures Inc., Present "House Peter* in Graham.: The candidate finished 11
'"THE HEIR OF THE AGES" J, Triplett and II. E. Swabey left the Pythian routs in fine shape, Insects at home are annoying i+
Wednesday for
Jacksonville to attend
Two Reeler.: and I Is DOW proudly wearing tho Pyth- $6 and filthy. Don't harbor tolerate ,
A Keystone Comedy "Her Circus Knight"-a the annual meeting of the Press As- ian emblem. '. or y

. THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN. sociation. The Pythlans are planning to hold abig1 them in their home. Keep a can

Corn in t and snoop around a bit I A. W.'Smith, A. C.'L. ticket( agent, 'Tally on the occasion of their regular Of Fenole and a sprayer handy and

on account of an attack 'T>f rheumatism meeting next Wednesday night, whether you have ants, flies, fleas,
has* returned to his 'home at and refreshments will be served in the moths, mosquitoes, roaches, or any
hall the dscond floor of
Plant City. banquet on other
of the insect
family to contend -
their building. The "feed" committee
M .E. Friend, of Sanford, has tem; for this occasion was appointed at the .1 with you can make short work fl

iNTERESTWG.LQ.CALJTEMS.J porarily taken A. W. Smith's place as last meeting and is composed of RomaTltemarL'hhulTlnanT'H ; f.them. Fenole I fills\ every require-; i : '
t fkatwag@pfi( ...t.J.iJ : .,paa ;' *" > -rs-* ?
-- ger depot.. ; ". 1.Stoett""aRSam I,! u ment as .an fneect"leetroyer and
Gardner '
... ..... .o..o..o..o.. o I Mrs.'M. N. Overstreet returned on P. K. Weaver left for"Atlanta, Ga., The newly elect; officers to serve Just received big shipment of Dolls.Story's. ." ,for has'sinks many; garbage other ,uses cane; -as to.'a kill' spray bad it
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Monday from several! weeks' visit in on'Tue11dsy, where he will toko up his for the remainder of the year will be .
Kitsimmee.-Haincs- City News. I duties as assistant bank examiner, officially installed at*this meeting by- odors-It's fine;
j : Weather ReportFollowing federal reserve.E. Roma Thomas, district deputy, and 'G. W. Stokes of Orange Center,
J.' S. Cadel has been reappointed by P. will be as follows:.S. L. Lupfer, chancellor .- spent Wednesday in .town. Fenole is sold ,in your town by
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T. J. Woodall W. B. Makinson' .
school board to represent them as Morey, C. F. commander Caroon Farmer, Co., J. Z.. Rober-
the ;
Thrasher and John Otter attendedthe M Gardner On Saturd'ay the Georgia Land &; son. Waters &: Canon Grocery Co.'
their for the ensuing year. vice'chanc.3110rLJ; ; pre
attorney district meeting< o. Odd Fellows Live Stock Company shipped 146 head Quart 76c one-half 1:26
are daily tempera' late; W. J. Steed. master of work; ; gal., $ ;
tune and precipitations as reported Capt. William\ L. Dunae has moved at Eustis on Thursday. Sam Gardner, master at arms; W. B. of cattle to Warsaw, Ga. These cattle gallons, 12.00.Sprayera .\

by Government .stationat his family to the Log House, overlook H. J. Summers of Tari.po, who has Crawford, inner guard; John S. Cadel, were purchased from Rull Bass.. ; common, 50c; automatic, '

Kisitmmee fo- the week end ing Lake Tohopekaliga in the Lake' been spending the summer with his: outer guard.At Ira Bass, I Sugar Belt engineer, is $1.00._

ing Thursday, June 28: Shore addition. brother, Rev. C. H. Summers, returned the meeting next 'Wednesday taking the week off and putting the We manufacture: Kreolis Disinfectant .
Rain home Tuesday. He night. the Pythian Veteran's Jewel time in his farm
Max. Min. Weaver, who was .compan-- on on the Orlando Powdered Disinfectant
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. ied his will be lion. Frank W. F
by nephew, Christie Summers. presented to road. T. E. 'Fox is running the en-
.. ..94 64Saturday P. K. ,
Friday have been visiting their son, Hill of Narcoossee, who ham: been a gine for the week. C KO Flea Router, Stock A Foul-'
...96 74 Weaver, left Sunday for their homein Miss Lucille Persons, who has been
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member of the order for the post try Spray, Floor Oils, Cedar onPoli.h
Lafayette, Ind. the attractiveguest of her brothers, For wiring or electrical work of
.30 any
_.. .96 67 twenty-five The presentation
Sunday George and Charles Persons, for the years. kind, phone E. L. Pherigo No. 181. Liquid Soap, Sweeping
and sister, Virginia, will be made by Mayor John S.
Mrs. Croxton
66 speech
Monday83 month, left for homein Compound.:,
her for
Agents Toilet Paper >
past Friday Graham Young, formerly with the -
few weeks in Orlando, Cadel, who is a past chancellor of the
a
Tuesday ...87 69 are spending Buena Vista, Ga.. Palace Drug Store has taken -
while Mr. Croxton is aw.y on the lodge. a position Paper Towels, Drinking Cups,
Wednesday ...87 68 ranch. Mrs. Will Crawford has returned to The local Pythlans will go to Orlando in ah Orlando drug.store. Etc., Write for .price; samples, {
I I ...t.87 70 her home in Cairo Ga. after for big district ieet- B. : '
Thursday voted for the bond Issueof a visit of tonight a F. Lester the veteran cattle buy. etc.
Kissimmee several 'weeks with Mrs. J. Z. JRober- ing. There will be about fifty or sixtyof er, shipped 308 head of cattle on
........ .0000000.0.0..0. $100,000 Good for good for roads Kissimmee.by a large St. sort and other relatives. Miss Ethyl the local men attending the Orlando Tuesday to New Orleans. The major- V

majority. Roberson accompanied her. | meeting, and they expect to leave Kis ity of these cattle were driven from

Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought Cloud Tribune.Dr. Attorney George W. Fox'' .returned' simmee in cars about 6 o'clock. ,Thegrand Apopka, and 77 head were purchased Fenole Chemical Co.
at Store. C;.L. Hyatt of Kissimmee parsed I from Knoxville Saturday, where he! chancellor of the state will be from Henry Partin, of Fort Christ .
Butterlck Patterns Quality after- in attendance at the district meeting,
through the city yeaterday has been looking after business mas. Leroy Lesley, eldest son of E.
1A: Dr. H. E. Cole of Lakeland was noon, en route to his h3me.-Lakeland ests. He will make another and Friendship Lodge expects to bew.ell L. Lesley, will be in charge of the ? TAMPA,?FLA. ,
: Star June 28. Inter-I represented at the meeting., cattle during the four
greeting' old friends here Monday.' Tennessee, in about two months New Orleans. days' trip to

)1.t. W.'Collars. Quality Store. I A. E. Donegan of Kissimmee was a Grading on the famous KING MAKES FINF f RECORD .
last
visitor by auto route in Fell.men '. -
Sarah Prevatt and daughter: link" in the Dixie. Highway will be GROWING GARDEN TRUCK -
. Mrs. Prevent are visiting Tuesday. He was accompanied by C. commenced next Monday. morning, o.o.o............... .. ............
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Miss Jeanette of the -j
.... B. McCaughan same place
..,... friends in Rodman.. Fellsmere Tribune.c when the convict gang, under Captain ,A. L. King, one of ,our most progressive -At.,
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: ; Farmer, will-be pafto: WOI'!"there.. TAMPA BESTBay
truckers ,
is Jtlghly''p1eued ,
from'Xen- ,
Mrs. M. Tindal came up .American LadyrCorset," newest . :,
smsville, Friday to spend a fw days styles, all guaranteed. $1.00 'and up D. G. Wagner, one of the pioneer with this operations' the, past,season, .
with her daughter, Mrs. Ira Pnllen. I at Quality Store. settlers of Kissimmee; was in the city and as a tangible evidence of his success t

E. & W.. Shirts' no fade. Quality I C. H. Funk left Monday morning by freinds yesterday and for attending the to day business., greeting Mr. is now hauling his produce to View Hotel! |!

Store. I auto for the Cape Sable country south Wagner is a prosperous business man market in a new auto truck' ; .

Mrs Charles Persons .feft Friday ,' of Miami. Ho expects to be gone several of his town.:, He was formerly con- Mr. King's' place;!. jus(''across the ... :'..The...:Ic:>> et.For.Ou Home i People. .
to spend the month days. nected with the Atlantic Coast Un..
', q for Box Springs -*- lake adjoining Hansen's Cypress Island .
(, I with relative. I At the meeting of the Odd' Fellows Tampa Tribune, June 27. farm, where he has twelve acres Fireproof. Construction -Efficient5ervicerModernEquip.;

.b':;& Men's I Dress'Shirts'same,. "old price. ., tonight there will be work in the Initiatory Capt. II. M. Breaker expects to under cultivation. He believes in Intensive .. ., .'". sis" ,' < '";"nlumans" =.ModerateRatei ;.," ,,'V,' ".{ ..4'". . *\ .'. w ,
'. ""4 '' All members are urged > 'itr.
'c Store. Degree. cultivation and the of the ,
at Quality leave on the 4th of July for Chattanooga use ,
Gus Beall and family left this week to attend. to join Mrs. Breaker! who, has very. best fertilizers obtainable, hav C. H. urm/crr"IC.WE.I. it mr mgr. "
in their car for Atlanta, where they Albert Overstreet, who now liveaatWinter been there for several weeks. He will fertilizer as high as $80 per: ton for '
will visit relative Haven, and is engaged in buy- be gone a month or six weeks aid on this season He also believes .
week ing fruit, was in the city interview his return he will be accompanied by in'diversifying his crop, and does c
Mrs. Clay Johnson left last for not "place all his in one bas I
ing the growers this week. Mrs. Brsawer and her two sisters. eggs .
where .she will be the guestof ket."-
Miami
:her daughter, Mrs. C. P. Dann. Mr. and Mrs. A. Cotterman and .Supt. C. E. Yowell with the mem- Mr. King's first crop the past season -I DR. DeWITT T LIGHTSEY ;i
Dozier of Arcadia lathe small daughter Miss Elizabeth, accompanied bers of the County School Board, have was celery, from which he realizeda
Miss Almenia of Miss Ethel Lee by -Mn. McGuire: and two ,signified, their intention of attending little over $600; his bean crop : .
attractive guest daughters, Misses Bessie and Susie, a week's session at the University of brought him in $289.50; Irish potatoesover OSTEOPATH
at her home on Clyde avenue. motored to Wekiwa Tuesday. for a Florida, at Gainesville, which is arranged $4300; tomatoes, $150, and he
Mr. Phunny Steed a promising swim. and a picnic dinner. S 'for school officials. Osceola now has eight acres of corn, which he Corner Drug Store Mondays and Fridays

young attorney of: Kissimmee, spent Mrs. Geo. F. Parker and daughtof., county is fortunate in having its expects to yield about one hundred .
the week-end: in town on a visit to. hillmother.Volu.ia Miss Helen Jones, left Monday for a school matters directed by men of this bushels per acre. ,
County Record.J. summer vacation. They will visit in stamp, who are willing to give the His corn is of the Hastings Prolific

W. Brown of Klssimmeei spent Camden, Ohio, Washington, .Atlanta community their best efforts: The !variety, and has from three to ; ;: -i i f
In Orlando transacting busl- and other points, and grill probably be date of the course has not been determined .eight well developed ears to each *
yesterday Sentinel. away most of the summer.-Okeecho- but will be held some time stalk.' Though advanced in years,"he I !
new.-Morning in July. has done most of the work himself.

daughters Mr. W, Miss B. Makinson Amy and .little'Joy and. her, bee Mr.Call.and Mrs. Gay C. Livingston, --- -- 1 .' I I 'I I 1 I
Shoes Shoes Shoes !I
the
'Kissimmee
weeks'left for outing.Safety Harbor. for a two Jr.week-end, of at Lake ,Weir are, the spending guests of .; :

Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Bennett. Mr. and !
Mrs. William L. Dunne joined Capt loll'll. Livingston and Mr. and Mrs $500 REWARD _
Dunne at Jacksonville, last week and Bennett motored up to Ocala for a few
spent several days in that city. She hours yesterday afternoon.-Ocala : I

returned home Saturday. Daily Banner, June 24. For any case of bedbugs or Spring and Summer Footwear

Mr. and Mrs. Barber of St. Cloud It may'not be generally known that chinches...chronic" or contagious I I I
were recent "over night" guests of Sam Story, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. We Have ItJ! j
that can't be
Mrs. Elizabeth Sanborn at her prettyhome i Story, was on board the famous cruiser promptly

on Church street j I Olympia the late Admiral Deweys cured with

J. D. Clark left the first fIl the week flagship at the battle of Manilla, Shoes for every member of the family.> ,
Minn Mrs. Clark: which ran aground near Newport, R.
for Minneapolis, Powder 11 .
and Miss.Lottie will join him in a few I I., June 26th. Sam ha been a mem- Bee Brand Insect i

days to. spend the.summer there. ber of that crow' for nearly. eight Complete array of

Miss Hael McMullen of Lakeland. months 'flies Men's Low Cut Summer Shoes I
Kills ants roaches and elegant
and Miss Beatrice Hilton of Loughman County Clerk J. L. Overstreet left .. ., ;
are the gueate'of Mrs. C. E. Hil- in his car Monday morning for Okee mosquitoes. 1' Footwear for Ladies Misses and Children - '
he went business -
ton at her homo on Beaumont avenue.' chobee City, where on
connected with the, .forming of Great White Kid and Vl I. .j
to and ; Display of
Oceola county voted eight one the-nevr ounty of Okeechobee. He 10c 25c, .
"miss-
to issue $100,000 to supply the was accompanied by his son Murray.Mr. Canvas Shoes. ';
Inc Ink"; in the Central: Florid Hijrhwav Overstreet expected to return to at Taylor's Grocery, Agents-The Store of
-a twelve miles stretch to cun- day. During his absence Deputy .
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." sect with Polk' fcm.ty.'.-Tayio.: County Clerk S..H. Bulloch I. in charge of the Quality.Celebrate . ,

Herald. county's business. Straw HatsMost .

Supt. Cw E. Yowell, his mother, Mrs. The following clipping from thePortsmouth
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Times
M. A. Towell Story were a party motoring (Ohio) Daily schoolmates . .. ...... .... ........ ... and
and Stratton the
be of interest, especially to complete variety, sizes, shapes
to Haines City, Sunday, where of Miss Alice Johnston, who
they inspected the new road and. visited graduated with her in the Kissimmeeclass the Fourth styles. Up.to-the Minute Goods, Prices
Mr. and Mrs. J. Jacobs. of 1914: Mis Alice Johnston,

Community canning attracted some daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph G. BY''ATIENDING'' Are Right.

attention Thursday morning, and a Johnston, of 603 Campbell, avenue, ,
housewives paused has succeeded Mrs Holies as social '.'
number of prudent Barbecue
The at Oak Island
a. they passed the vacant lot south of editor. Miss Johnston U a capable : ,
where the young woman, arid the Times bespeaks -

,*Twork Presbyterian'''was in ,prog'church'eI" The ,canner the same"- cordial treatment I Pine', Castle.t r H.:C. 'STANFORD'.COMPAHY: :

furnished by Miss Albina .Smith, from user of its well-read social col- ,
.wave county agent,.and heN Misses Jean umn, that,was accorded Mrs. Bollea, '' 1
and Lucy -Witherspoon whoa leaving the paper" waa.regretted '
Caldwell "OU ReliaU Dealers W 0cc..b C4ty.
attached to Social
and tomatoes, whichworeconverted by everyone it CRASSDinner .
brought: corn I .
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baa been feature of the ?
with very little ex- news always : :: I
effective' ,in the Times,'and it will continue Cb'ber on*1 1I .._ ; 'L
'pente into H. C. L. weapon I der.the, direction of Miss Johnston., ;' i .... ...... ... ...*.. .. ..< ...... ,.....,......,.. .. ....... .. ,. .. ? I'
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I(4d!h;: STOMACH AGONIES IAKE-B/JRTON/ St. Cloud GH1.?! -CALOMEL MAKES YOU.,SICK. .:

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DUE TO POISON The'baptizlnff, conducted by Rev O. DONT STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATED '
,j B. Fall of Kissimmee at this place,
One Dose of Remedy Sweeps PainAway on last, was attended by a ,
,; -Hundreds of Thousand large crow and was accomplished AND NOTEs' OF THE "WONDER ,CITY" FROM OUR OWN J
under circumstances somewhat out-of Your druggist or dealer sells! you s
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SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Urn TIM" Will Clan Year
f j i i i Restored the ordiriary. Just ai Rev. Fall and 1, .. $ 50 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Ton j' I

his candidates proceeded out into the 'Slogls. Um Better Ita Cats.d. under my personal guarantee that I* ,

M .I'' 'r. water, a very dark and angry-looking Veter...' Association '". melon feast at her home on Tuesday ul Cn Mat. Sa YIII. will oleo your sluggish liver better than :\":"
/ cloud gathered over their heads and nasty calomel I it won't make you sick
sent forth treaks of June 17th-President Kenney pre evening. The following were the invited *
great lightning j and eat anything you wan
can
siding. guestsi Mr. and Mr. Sylvester Calomel makes yen lick I :von lose aday's you
that seemed to play the heads of
on without being salivated. Your druggist
Misses Anne and Louise lioppe, work. Calomel is quicksilver and
those standing in the water. A strong Song, "America. anJ Ella' Cranston and Mr. and Mrs. it salivates calomel injures your liver. guarantees that each spoonful will start
wind sent great billows high upon the President led in prayer. Chaplain J. O. Vreeland. All enjoyed the even- If you are bilious;' feel lasy, sluggish your liver, clean your bowels and
'f beach, while the earth Was made to Wescott, away on leave of absence. ing Very much. and ell kaocked out, if your rowels are straighten you up by morning or you
tremble with the mighty thunderbolts Minutes of preceding meeting read epn.tlpitrd and bead aches or .
W. A. Drawdy has sold his variety your get your money back. Children gladlytalc
d/ which incessantly demonatrated the and approved. stroe to Denver Bass. stomach i I. sour, lust take a spoonful of Dodson's Liver Tone because it is
power of God, while the solemn cere- Motion carried, by Stewart, that harmless Dodson Liver 'Tone insteadof ,
r Messrs. S. J. Triplett, Ed.George, pleuant tasting and doesn't gripe O(
T mony was being performed.At .- association have a picnic in Oak Grove Claud Johnson, S. W. Porter and Dr. using sickening, salivating calomel. sick. .
the close of our Sunday School July 4th; assembling;. 10 a. m. with Buckmaster left on Wednesday noonfor Dod_'.,Liver Tom is real liver medi cramp or make them ofDodson's .
last little Lane four cine. You'll be. .I am selling millions of bottles
i'i ". Sunday Madge well-filled baskets and sacks. know It next morning
:Jacksonville. S. W. Porter goingon
;l years old, mounted the pulpit and On motion Comrade Bowers was cause you will wake up ,feeling ,fine, Liver Tone to people who have
to New York City and Me.,
; Mayr's Wonderful Remedy is unlike sang, "Never Be Late for the Sunday selected to read Declaration of Inde- and returning of Banger New ,York your liver will be working, your head found that this pleasant, vepeUMe, liver
any other. It sweeps the Bile and School Class;" with such correctness pendence. by way ache and dizziness gone, your stomach medicine takes the place of dangerous
7, ;i Poisonous Catarrhal Accretions from and poise that it won for her the ad Song, "Old Folks at Home. .City and Washington, D. C. will be sweet and bowels regular. YOU calomel. Buy one bottle on my sound
W. S. Alyea returned Friday last
'+ the System. Soothes end allays inflammation miration of all present. On motion by Comrade Stewart on will feel like working. You'lbe\ cheerful reliable guarantee Ask your druggist e
: in the Intestinal Tract- 11, II. Hull and family of Narcoossee that the piano be placed ,on the after short trip to Kansas City, Mo. I t full of energy, vigor and ambition.! about me.Evans ,
, rostrum Mr. H, H. Williams has bought the I .
of'serious and fatal ailments with Mr. and Mrs. J. II. .
the Sunday ---
cause spent; but was withdrawn as the as- Melmaker place on )Massachusetts ------ --
sucH as,Gall Stones, Appendicitis Smith.Mr' *+ .
sociation did not own it. avenue. ADVERTISED LETTERS Mrs. Elsie Farley, Lpn'r
,
y 1 Acute. Indigestion, Cancer and a. Joe Ward and family of Boggy Nd other business, the social pro- Mrs. E. D French of Ashton spent Jones, Master Earnest Landon,' H. W- f4
e' Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines, Creek was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ,Reese 1"" t
,
; gram came on. Wednesday in St Cloud shopping and Following'is the list of unca'ned for McEaves, Neal Nicklow D. W.;
t I Yellow Jaundice, Constipation, Gastritis O. C.'McClain Sunday. Comrade Cole, who was the leader calling on friends. G: J .Strorier. Ulee Smith, Vi illie ... .
Intoxication etc, etc. In letters remaining in the postoffice at
: i Auto Mill Mildred Milton of Kissimmee and had gone on. a visit, the. president Rev. and Mrs. Melmaker left on Quinn.'
every locality thero.are grateful people was the guest of Miss Lygia Lane took charge. Tuesday for North Dakota where Kissimmee, Florida for the,two weeks B. B. SIMEON,
a who owe their complete recoveryto Thousands Saturday_ and Sunday.,, I Song by the choir followed by a Rev. Melmaker has accepted a charge. July 9, 1917; '" Postmaster.
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Miss Nettie Hayes of Boggy Creek piano selection by Miss Betty Wheatly I
the Mr. and Mrs Alonro Vincent were Mrs. Lillie Anderson Hendrix Aid-
c knife. say The It has most saved thorough them'/rom system- was school pleasant and church visitor Sunday.to our Sunday' and a violin solo by Miss Vivian the guests on Wednesday last of Mr. erman, J.'E.iBowen Henry Bomie, Miss Alberta Anderson of Shingle ,.
Wheatlyy, and a piano selection by and Mrs. Ridell of Doop's Addition. Henry Bener Briner
alcohol June Mrs Eliza Creek last week in
cleanser known. Contains no Miss Callie Sullivan of Narcoosseewas ,. spent one day
Miss Edith Harrod. Each of the above
: Wm. Hall, J. F. Farris andKiplinger Brown, Mrs.
Messrs. Annie
' or habit-forming drugs. FREE book-, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. encored and the second sel. Basa".Clyde Bass, Kissimmee with her friends, MissesMabel
.' let'on Stomach ailment Address Smith Sunday. were ection.. gave school were board.elected here yesterdayon Jacob) Chance, Nellie Cooper,; R. C. and Clara Ploeti.D'Wagoer1nsuranceAgeocy'.
the
l +, Gel II. Mayr, Mfg. Chemist, Chicago. Sunday a certain. young man'was I I Comrade Walters gave a 60c melon The Loyal Class of 'Women will -

(. Better yet,>obtain a from bottle J.of Z.Mayr'eWonderful Rob- badly disappointed becaulle, he was Ito be sold! and proceeds given to Red meet at the church on Friday after- .... .. ... . ..... .. .............000..0..0...... ..
Remedy unable to fill' at date which he had Cross

erson, or any reliable druggist, who made with a certain young lady to I Ie.1.fhp.J& I Capt. Farris and others called nttenHgirts" noon.Work 'was begun on Wednesday,

_WI'of.fllf.JJo&i.; ; ; . because the car in which he had placed, anything sold in the Hall, only what Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman went' to
his bathing suit mysteriously disappeared connected with the
was directly asso Kissimmee Tuesday evening to see the
.
I' Mr. when he-'was ready to start. ciation. On motion it was withdrawn. "Trip Around the World." . Zed Floor Citizens Bank Bid,., Phoae No.: 30.
and
Miss Lane
7 ) UALBU. Loyal Lygia Notic by president that a sale was 'Miss Ruth Bass who has been employed -
b brother and sister, a short time ago on at Durham's store, a percentage In Drawdy's store left on The .
$ Leading General jlnsutance In Osceola Co.
k kI to Kissimmee Agency
went! and joined the going to the Red Cross- Monday to spend a few days in Kis
I Baptist church together, and Sunday Motion b'y) Prof. Lynch and carried simmee then on to her home at Avon
;:: : they were baptized together here in j unanimously that Comrade Beau- Park, Florida. WE REPRESENT THE AETNA HOME OF NEW YORK, HART

jII j Lake Barton by Rev Falls of Kissim champ act ,as chaplain until chaplain Mr.'and Mr*. Sam McBeth Mr. and FORD, AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE .
mee. These young people seem to returns. Mrs. Hastings left on Monday by auto COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., ,'
, II have thoroughly made up their mindsto Short speech by Comrade Yeager.A Mississippi and from there on to AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE. \
: KKHOKINR AND CRUDE Oil* devote their fyves to Christian Mrs. Matthews. Song ,
by
'', I No R\ batterlPH JINKS-Kun, magneto on oil or of l any nltpr.Kind...Ao"lf'b work and we earnestly trust that I I by the poem choir. Recitation by ComradeSill. Illinois.Mr. Jim Johnston' motored to Deer LIFE,. ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE,. TORNADO- :

I 4 engine I I:0 full load. nothing shall' mar their lofty ambitions Park on Wednesday. BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive ,
b lit a. day.Hlae. | Some whorsre: on the program be. Dr. F. F. II. Pope, who has been t
2. 4, 8. 10. aD, 76 h. p. Send T. R. Adams is busy setting
* I I for price. Pump, Mill Supplies, Kn very ing absent volunteers were called for I for some time at Kent, Ohio, returned InsuranceALSO
I elnea. Hollers. Saw Mill and Wood .up a large saw mill at this place. ]I and the following responded. here on Sunday. ,
I i Ltachlnrry.MALSBY Mr. Loyal Lane whet from childhood i Mrs. Clara Kenney made a few remarks Mrs. William McLain who has been BONDS AND LIABILITY. '
+ MACHINERY CO. has been interested in electricity, is !- and recited a ,.affecting Ill.
very visiting friends in Chicago, returned IN THESE
DAYS OF
UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION
li(I 4OH-1 K. liar 8.. .>.'!.._...... Fl. now taking a. correspondence coursein week. '
poem. here last
this science preparatory to entering : Remarks by Mrs. French, Comrades Mr. and Mrs. James Golf, Mr. and i AGAINST LOSS ,IS A WISE PRECAUTION.
an electrical college in the fall. Bowers, Stewart, Worthington and Mrs. Wood and Mr. McKenzie startedon
I When will ge get that graded road others. Monday by auto to Daytona and -
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from Boggy Creek to the Orange Secretary gave a war sketch, showing St. Augustine, returning here on Fri .
county lineADDITIONAL : how Union soldiers and sailors

S6ARDENIiSUPPLY did unexpected things and predicted day.Mrs.. Martha E. Brown was calling
TEACHERS NAMED Sim's fleet in North Sea would do on friends ,In the East End Tuesday Stout
FOR RURAL SCHOOLS Lumber Co. ,
something that would astonish the evening. I
R. J. Franklin was appointed by the ,
world, saying that they were over
YOU School Board their UOOCSSOna TO MAY-s'Dur LUMBER 00. ),
County at adjourned there to do something and not,onlook GIRLS! LEMON JUICEIS
meeting last week, as principal of ers. DEALERS IN
14i1Odaa 1 the school at Whittier with Miss Bessie SKIN WIIITENER |
,
I This proved to be a very interesting. }

Miss Lawson Mattie as assistant.Tyson was appointedas meeting.After singing: the "Star Spangled How to make a-creamy lotion for a YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS j

teacher of the East Lake School. Banner," 'we adjourned until inext few etata '

Miss Edna CXlklns' win teach .at Saturday at 2 p. m. The juice of two fresh lemons LUMBER h
Union Center;
Miss Lelie Creighton" was employedfor J. 'x.. BROWN. strained into a bottle containing three s(
; I;; 'orchard white makes Novelty Works in Connection
the Center Park school. The auxiliary of the Army and ounces of a

,' h5 GARDafand fl t... ..... ......... ... in Navy the Union Masonic.met Halt on Monday and, acted afternoon''on whole quarter'lemon' pint akin of beautifier the -most remarkable at It is va pleasure t* give yon estimates all times.

M. TILLER' some new members, after the business about' the cost one must pay for a ., Conrteoa Attention and Prompt Delirerr.

SEED'ESPECIALLY meeting, the following excellent program small of the ordinary cold creams.

Real Estate Agency. I Reading was carried by Mrs.out.Vreeland, "Liberty Care should part be taken to strain the Phone 21 Kissimmee, Ffa. .

ADAPTED \NNNNNNNNNN.Realty Loan." :- ,, lemon juice through a fine cloth so no .

'FOR YOUR STATE. bought and sold. Piano Solo;by Mrs. George Barber lemon,pulp gets, in, then this lotion "Ii
: ,,' o Recitation by Mrs."J.),W.,Francher, __
-FREE-. Houses rented. i '.' *<'' "I Salute You Old Glory."* n 'w' r. will keep:fresh.for months. Every ,

\, OUR INSTRUCTIVE CATALOG Taxes paid and Tides verified Comic stories bv Mrs. Martha E. woman knows that lemon juice is used

for non-residents. Brown. and Mrs. Ella Kenney. to. bleach and remove such blemishesas
AND WEEKLY PRICEUST Reading, .. Mra; A.. L. Hill, "Be freckles, and tan.and is
'SEND FOR THEM TOOK* Fire Life and Accident .In Cheerful." eallowness
the tdeal akin softener whitener and State
surance. Recitation Bank
Mrs. Houston, "When
[EAJIARTINSEEDOXJACKSONVILLE. Indemnity Bonds ths Flag Passed By." beautlfier. 1:

Just try itl! Get three ounces of i:
( ,.FLA/. .. ......... .............. Mrs. Mary Veeder gave .a waterI orchard white at any drug store and I of Kissimmee ,

I two lemons from the grocer and make .

,. op a quarter pint of this'sweetly frag. i

iThe rant lemon lotion and massage it daily The of the worldare :

d FISK Smilethe into the face, neck, arms, and hands. eyes


I, smile of tire satisfaction. The,. QntobM IBS Don Not Affect Ts* .HssslBeeavae
of IU lock and tuattv*effect LAXATIV8 ;
BROMO QDIMIMB: .beltertfcra ordl... the who .
This has found .... ._ on man .
man a manufacturer :: { f a Qainin. and doe trot i sea mot .
....... _
.ir.1.7.1r Y ringing > ambn|n.fall M.e.edvkw
he likes to do business the aicnalvr U n.w.. GB0TO. .,...

with, who fulfills all his ideas '

''of what a concern 'should be r For I Fat her and Son

in its policy and methods. SAVESAUSE
36O PICTURES ] ,
I; i The company that makes ,.. s ,

. 36O ,ARTICLES
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.' EACH MONTH ",

I ON ALL:NEWS STANDS

WSBS HHB0MB9QIS for moment
a
j Cents young man,

c :f POPULARMECHANICS - thought to self. The .


' stands t back of every Fisk b : problems that confront you, now, pr ,[,

: ,dealer that will a few hence !
4 to see every'user I I MAGAZINE years : ;

., gets his full money's worth in 3 WMTTEM. SO YOU CM VROdtSTAND IT Look about you-tfce men of affair i in country) state, nation ,i t

mileage and tire satisfaction. 1 .,d ; := Alt the Great Events In.Mechenlca.: yet, la the world, are the mea who started to, tare early in life.
Enajtwinc ma Invention throughout' ,
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the World,.r. described In 8ft iniereM.in '
f k tt idm manner each,:.they.... OI>. Ufo-' 3,000.000 They hare the respect and confidence of the community
tssa. M.IH OMM Mr*IM. t1l:aM.r ."
.ta.shoe/*boo."t."Bake.sire npttra*'it ui:o.i n7Jbaatear The look on the other side-at the fellow who spend all they '
sJaeaaalsa. |SjM. ::f.r.< ia.l take-they may have a good time for. a while, bat what does their' l'I I\\
..JS onr < .MdonrrM '
.. persoaaEty reflect
.wt..dpIsr. Lre lr..swr..sl.
..as wM bo.4.wwwob.. ...._rt.lla. '

aLl.w. iMoe am,.nuns A dollar or so ia this lank win be the tancleas <<:1
: I Ad ww4I --sow -r.4w, deed 1
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b ; r---. rr -'s.- of aa ., Independent it
;L5\; -a..r.._M .r.r.Yr r. w..rwPOPULAR \ career.
---- Make'yosr befiaaiag new-today. Your bank "
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{ f' .cNA.1CS$ 1BA0AZIII1M. :
3 .-tiw--a\We book..will para the way.* '<'I


;. ., ." "i r .....-M......,.. ." :_,, t Capital.1teck -----_______ ____ ____ 100.000.0i Ii i
x'' Flak Tina For Sole By "-5 ,.,. /a ".....,.. ., .,.." ..w1e.tsl R..c.I ( _-.-_--_--___________ 400,000.00 .f..
rr re.essHrdlte efeee..re..t..l.IM.sWhat j I

Officers, and Dlrect.nt'j!j:
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is LAX-FOS C. A. CARSON,. President M. KATZ aad E. U: LESLEY -I "
cutNUt T-P.. r
a011-fas f3.All __fED 1
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A XM fawtl..'ZAinidi .......... CaUurttet I ROMA THOMAS Cashier .' .it1 1

Garage'I ' Bhs** Kj"FtasrRoob f Tmip.., ilia.' j......CMcIn.. Rest BlacV| '" K. CC.ACAB80N.;" 'N:!'B. CARSON,' E KATZL. _',. :::1.

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1917 5EVBViillll


.
linnillMIIIMIM NOTICE rOR PUBLICATION final discharge a. Executor of the estate unlawful: Provided further That thaI .. ... . . . . . . . ....... .... .. . ., ... .. .... . ...
W. Thompson, deceased; principal or teacher In charge of the

J Ds>ar.... eft tb.Isterl.n. and tc.r.t: .at the same time I will present -I school may excuse any child for ternporary i .
LegalAdvertisements my final account a. Executor of 1 absence because of a storm or ,
V. .: Lend OfSee lit Gainesville. Fa, said estate, and ask for theIr approvaL bad weather, sickness or death In Its

I ( J... *. 1B1T. Dated June llth A. D 1917.IcDGAR family unforseen or unavoidable accidents $48.10BOSTON '
: D.. HOGAN Excused absences, and the reason -
..-.mo. Executor!: therefor, shall be recorded by skid .
Notice It
. hereby given that Rufus F. r
school, and shall be reported to the Attendance
I I I I I I I III Boise, of Orange Center Fla., who onAu"u.t CONPVI.SORV SCHOOL A'TTBNDANCB Officer aa hereinafter provided
.
19. 191S. made Homestead entry ; Provided further; That In case of
AN ORDINANCE No. 010876 for WU of-NWM\ and
protracted illness of any child whoseattendance'is MASS.and
NVV*, of 8W14 S..ctlon18. Township 14
1k Chapter 1111 Laws of 1111) required under thla Act, : .
8, Range II ., Tallahassee. Meridian, ( In ,
of the homeIn
AN ORDINANCE! RELATING TO has flied notice of Intention to make or case quarantine of
TUB USE! OF WATER AND LIGHTS three-year proofs to establish claim to 15*. Whenever one-fourth of the which such child resides, upon report '
; voter. of Special of the Health Officer or upon certificate return:
the land registered white any
CITY OF above described before Clark
THE KISSIMMEE. .
IN of any legally, qualified phyalo-
School Board Dla .
Circuit Tax School District
Court at Klsslmmee Florida
,
on lan this Attendance Officer \
to the
FLORIDA. AND REGULATING THE of shall file witha effect
the. 10th day of July. 11111. trlct or any county,
THEREFOR AND PROVIDING Claimant County Board, of Publlo Instruction, shall excuse from attendance such
PAYMENT names as witnesses:
T. H. Keen of Orange, Center Fla. a written petition asking for an election child until he Is fully restored to
THE METHODS OF FURNISHING health until excluding .
quarantine
J. W. Baas of to be h.ldin such Special Tax or any
Orange Center Fla. Elks Convention
e SUCH WATER; AND LIGHTSTO J. J. Keen of Orange Center Fla. School DI.trlct. School Board District, the child from school has b.enral..d.

CITIZENS AND FOR THE Handel to determine whether compulsory .
THE l. Keen, of Klsslmmee, Fla. or county
school attendance shall prevail 188. IV..lv Any parent. guardian,
COLLECTION 'OF WATER AND 6-6t ROBT. W. DAVIS ., In .. said I district or county or'other person In control of a chIld) Ofchildren ,
LIGHT BILLS. Regtiter.STATKMEVT ::h.rl:: be the duty ot h..h County violating the provisions of
I ( to order this Act, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor \
Instruction an
Board of Public
Tickets Sale 6 and 8
7
Be It ordained byl, the Council. of. the election In either of said districts, or and upon conviction by any on July ; '
City of Klsslmmee: I the county according as the petitionmay court of competent Jurisdiction shallbe
That beginning upon and Including Made under Section 12. Chapter S59. to decide whether the fol. liable to a. fine of not less than one
tbi.IIr.t day of July A D. 1817 all' Laws of Florida, showing the amount lowing request compulsory school attendanceprovisions dollar and not more than three dollarsfor Final Limit to Return July 20th w
furnished of taxes charged to the Tax And
water and lights to the cltlsens Collectorof shall be enforced Ih said each and every offense. upon
of Klsslmmee, whether Individual. Osceola county Florida, to be collected Special Tax School District School failure or refusal to pay such fine, said
e ., flrms or corporations, shall be for the current year A. D. 1914. Board District or county. parent guardian or other person In V
paid for according to the'amount used and the apportionment of the earn to 167. The County Board of Public In. control of a child shall Imprisoned
such amounts to be aacertatned bY the several funds for which I taxes have structlon shall .give notice of such election not to exceed thirty da". In the County VIA
means of water and light. meters and been levied by advertising the same for four Jail, Provided, That the fine for any '
'"' nt th. following rates: weeks In a newspaper published within first offense" may, upon payment ofcosts
A flat rate of ten cents ($0.10) per APPORTIONMENT OF. COUNTY. the territory. If a newspaper be published , be auspendedand not collected Atlantic Coast Line'
thousand (1000) .galtona for all water FUNDS therein but If none, therf In somenewspaper until the same person be convicted nt a
used. Irrespective of the amount used the oountv. second offense: Provided further. Thatafter .
with a. minimum charge of fifty cents November 1st A D., lt111G..I 168. The p 't"ohr'.dln: such elections the expiration of three days from :Standard ,Railroad of the South
( '0.60. per month meters to be read must b. registered. a. provided In the the lime notice Is served "by the Attendance
monthly.A .general law for registrations for special Officer each and everyday m. parent .

($2.So deposit) will of be Two required Dollars of all and users a Half of To amount assessed......___.UT.II41.I name elections qualifications. and they for and shall prerequisites have the wilfully. guardian and unlawfully or other keep.person such childor shall . ... .. . . . .. . .... . ............ . ... . . . . .

water before same will be furnished : Amount.. Collected .._..?_.._ $16,084 tt>. voting ... prescribed In elections children from school or allow It or
which deposit will be refunded to such : held under the general election. lawa. th..m.to remain out of achol shall constitute !
user. the discontinuance of the Balance to be \collect ...... 11,661.00 169. The election. shall be held and a separate offense and shallsubject
water lees such amount asvnay be'due conducted In the manner. prescribed by such hereon. to the penalties
t the city for water. All meter to be put i C..ty.RNds law for holding general elections, except above preacrlbed
In nt the expennw of the. City and to be To amount aaaes.ed. ____.".._.,.I17. 47.28 as provided In this Act. and all 169 The County Board of Publlo In.structlon .
owned by the City. Amount 'Collected .......... U6.08..118 ouch elections shall be held within of any county wherein any
A flat rate of eight cents (M.08) per sixty days from the filing. of the petllion. district or the county has adopted the
K. W. for all electric current used for Balance to be collected....... $685,00 compulsory school attendance provi.elona.oLtb4sAct.sha.1a -
lights or'other purposes, with a minI. 160--Ip p,11eEjpnAhahl4bcYSllo1tloed : ; \ "I( the pWRtd"lilpbldt Ri1en: 1..tJiWi:11'IJ: '''..'eySpray. ii.\liViAMIIiI: !i1iIJ1Q.::;(
.-d6f-'iW.-n "' eaWkwrA ....,...... +wriiaY a7.ey'ie1 A;ti'.e'Mf' r'Ir'P'1HQa'Pa' : ; :-" } ', !"p..t\"r"and -month. meters to be read monthly To amount assessed 1444181 general elections, and they an Attendance Officer or and Pumps1Insecticides

Ivlotor. may be operated at the aboverate Amount Collected ..------e......... !,601,09 vass the vote cast and make due returns . remove the same at will An Attendance
or at the, rate of 1116 per., HorsePower of the. same. to the
user per month at the' ,.option of the Balance ti. be collected' ;?..... 649.71Special" of The Public County Instruction Boardof, Public without Instruction delay. the school discretion or for a of number' the County of schools Board, of In '4

A deposit. of Ten Dollars $1000) willbe P.blleltl shall canvass the returns and declarethe Public Instruction, and may be a supervisor
required. by all users of electricity To result and cause the same to be recorded or a trustee of .a school or any
amount .
before. same will be furnished which Amount Collected assessed62,941.21._...... as far as applicable, as providedIn suitable person who will discharge the Mist ,spray' meant death to +) ti
deposit will be refunded to such user _.___ 1.1I1t.0. the general law concerning/ elections duties of the position -end the County your -
upon the discontinuance of the electric Board may assign an Attendance Officer enemlei.. We have ,full clock
Balance collected. crop
to be _.... 417.11 such other duties aa be deeme4advisable.
: may
current less such amount as may be 181.. The ballot used In such elections Best
due the City for electricity. All metersto hall be' plain while paper and printedthereon of the Right Material and the r
be Installed. and owned by the city General Sekieel "For Compulaory School Attendance 170. 1t.h..1i be the duty of every Machines Our experience dates from
or RCIulred'&y the city It already liitailed. To amount assessed.._______.'Mt.fllS ." and Against Compulsory AU..ndan..O'nc..r to take an accurate : 1
Amount Collected -._-___..__ 8S.71I.66 School Attendance" ao arranged that census of every child between the ages the very'first spraying In Florida.:
of six| and twenty-one year In his district .. -
All bill. for both water and electricity the voter may express his choice In "
are payable monthly and If sameare Balance to be dollected16,920.12 the Australian ballot. by malting across In' the month of June In each and BEND FOR SPRAY VIL'S
not paid In full within ten day. mark to the left of one of the every year on blanks furnished by the
lifter the presentation of such .bill. or Bek "...... D....'N.. 1 other of the two lines State Superintendent of Public Instruction

within ten day. after such bill or bills To amount .........d..._______ 1.089.0' 11 Should three-flftha of the votes He shall make three neat and
are mailed by the.water and light collector Amount Collected ...________ 1,896.16Balance legally I cast at any such election be shall legible copies of this census roll.of which Wilson & Toomcr Fertilizer ,Co.
give the name, sex, date birth
the water and the electricity or "For Compulsory School Attendance,
either the water or the electricity a. to be Collected.---- |1 4.Snb ." then the compulsory school attendance the name of the parent or guardIanwith and, Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers.Jacksonville. .>
of child .
the ,
the case may be may be cut off at the laws hereinafter prescribed shall be In postofflcet every
.
option of the city without further ......1 Diet. N. force In such territory for<> two years, orforever any additional Information demanded.One be .
filed .
of this shall ,
notice, and the amount of the unpaid To thereafter until another auch copy census
sjnount assesseda$418.64 with the State of Public Florid.
deducted from with theforegoing Superintendent
bIll or bills the deposit election la held In compliance
or deposits, and the balance of the de. Amount Collected ........... S o.44 provisions; and If three- Instruction one copy with the County
If refunded to the I fifths of .the vote. shall be cast Superintendent of Public Instruction ti
posit any user. or more
Balance to be and
In the event either the wateror collected.. ..... $11.80Sub "Against Compulsory School Attend by the first day of July I In each,
cat every year, and one copy shall be preserved -
electricity Is off for then school attendance shall not
nonpayment ..... ance.
.1 Diet. shall
Ne. 3 for his qwn use, and he '
bill bills until
of the or a charge of be compulsory In aald territory .
4-100 will be made' to cut same tn'' To amount assessed.._.,... .1140.1' otherwise determined by an r election furnish the principal of each school -"s'
Amount Collected ........... Act within hi. Jurisdiction with a list of
again In addition to the payment of ; t.l$4.16 field In pursuance of this ; Provided, of
the children due to attend the
Indebtedness I. held In name
election
all to the City and That when any such
the above mentioned deposit or deposits Balance to be collected'----- 161.118 a whole county, compulsory school attendance school of'and which the County the principal Board of Is Pub Incharge dfWATERS
,
the be. shall be enforced In any
aa case may
All ordinances or parts of ordinanceIn .... .e.... Diet Ne. 4 School Board District.'or districts, of Instruction shall ascertain without

conflict herewith;" are hereby repealed. To amount aasessed__.-........ ft.Rtl.to aid county' where In a three-fifths vote charge saId the Hats.number of pupils containedIn : .
.. Amount Collected ........... 1.141.0 was cast for Compulsory School At. 171. The Attendance Officer shallerve & CARSON GROCERY CO1.local AgMitsI
Passed In open session this. 18th dayof tendance." though a three-fifths vote written notice ,
or' printed or
A. D. unanimous Balance to \. of the whole was caat"Against a
June 1(17 by vote collected1671.70 county aa a
R. H LAWSON, Compulsory School Attend partly written and partly. printed notice

oil President. of.Council. .... .e..... Diet. 1'.. B ance." Provided' also That whole whenany upon person-baying every parent control guardian of a child, orother > > 9 > ....
election la held. In county
a ,
AltesttJ. To amount a..d_...,....- 1114.< such school.attendance shall not or children, violating the provisions of
R. GILBERT.Clerk.. Amount Collected ........___ 103 M be compulsory enforced In School Board DI. this I Act, and prompt compliance on the ;
any
(Seal Balance lobe trJct. or- District, of' said county part ot the parent guardian or other r Cold Storage for Fresh Meats
collected------- shall be required. If
Approved this 17th day of June 'A.T $10.(Tb wherein a majority vote was cast person any parent,
v >. 19 IT. JOHN & CADET.28It "Again. Compulsory School Attendance guardian, or other person upon whom
:J .. .e.... DUt Ne. S majority vote of the such notice Is servfalls to complywith :
the
Y'- Mayor. To amount assessed 11T.tt though cast "For Compulsory the law within three days thereafter Etc.
whole
"No. 117. *- aHepert Amounr Collected HHITim; 1..10 county aa School a Attendance was ," Attendance, then Officer It shall upon be the the duty recommendation of the i' -Eggs. Vegetables;. d

ef the CeneUflen the Balance to be collected.. $ I 113. The County Board of Publlo.In.tructlon 'of the Board of Publlo Instruction
.....
4ITIZHNB BANK. OF ,KISSIMMUU.Isj of a county In which a com to prosecute forthwith such personIn

the. State .1 Fl.rlds.t Hard ..rfa... Read ..... school attendance election has the name of the State of Florida, before STORAGE RATES ON MEATS: r
.... .... been
the ..1_ .r held and three-fifth of the votes any Justice of the Peace, or County y ,
J... _h.. 117 To amount assaBsed.__..__...'U.1T4,M legally. cast at such election In a Special Judge, of any county town or district .
Amount Collected -------.-___ 16,194.61 Tax; School District School Board In which the prosecuted resides Storage on all Meats: 14! cent pound, Fifteen .
Reeeerees J . .. District or In the whole county, wi.* '
.
turned
: ."1'; All fines collected shall be over ,r
t'' on real 861.189.89"Loan. Balance to be eoUect, .. ' Loans ..t.t..w..io... For Compulsory to the custodian of the County School '
Dated June 4th., .t>D.1911 shall at the first regular, meeting Curing ", Pork, ready for smoking 1 1-2c. per'i pound '
on collateral security.d'seas i ., Fund and may be used by the County ,
;; ;&
\ \ ""oth..r. than real eutste.eae4. 10,47.IS LJ J.>' \,' ;'' .m.m '. "... .; p' <,''''' ,, l Y LY 1 /, thereafter publish that the following Beard of Public Instruction for the enforcement ,. t
. .,''k, All .other loans and dlscountsTlJl.144.06 1K\.I"\1-\:; Circuit:;' '''INlI 'Court wJ": L' OVERSTREET!: ,: compulsory school attendance laws will of this Act, or for other.. purposes : -f; *$%&* ..CurinC"anJ! Smo1 'c/2c per pound_ ..:! -,i..9"!. "1"
< -
OsceolasCounty bndn! full force and effect thirty days "
,
Dverdrafts 4BsJHH7-
.i .ew>* ,
, .... ..
.State, county;J and municipal SWPSvwbonda JFlorlda. -" ,, ; """ ,:'r. .. thereafter In th. Special Tax STo'lDistrict 171.: The Attendance Officer shall

__ _______--------- 1,64000 School Board District cr In have the right to visit and enter any
Hanking house, furniture Iy tlHCUIT tOUKT the county aa may have been determined office factory, .or business house employing Bring us yoUr ,,hoc, the day they are killed. We will do

and fixture. ___.____.____ 11..60.99 STATE! OF FLORIDA by the said .,1<-cUon. ?" youth for, the purpose of enforcing f
Other real e.tate.i-___.. 11.18K.18 164. Every. parent guardian, or pt-r- the provisions of this Act; the rest.
Claims and other resourcel897.86 Katie.> T. MI..'... CiaplalMB. ... son In charge of, or control of. a childor when doubt exists aa to the age of a
Due from private banks and Freak T, M..I.... Urfeadaat. <> children between the ages of eight child he may require a properly attested .
bankers 15.288.11 and fourteen years and residing withina birth certificate. or affidavit as
-- ---- -----
<: n exchanges, I rclearing Special Tax School District a School ti the age of any-child KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE CO. 1
h" : -_ ---__-----__-!- 1,01810 Rrteath ...IHal' rirrmU, O.<4.la COSBM Board District or a county advertisedas 171. Every Attendance Officer ahall ,,
Cash on hand _____-______*_ 7.58111 ty-IN. C1IAMCKHV.It.p.perln'r under the following compulsory keep an accurate record of all notices
school attendance provisions, shall served, all cases prosecuted, and all
Total ._ .___:_________-...I111.4S7S7 by affidavit appended to cause such child or children to attend other services and shall o.ooo.o..o..ooo..oooo..o ..... .o..o.tt..o.. i
the bill filed above In the abovestatedcause regularly the public school of the district make an n ferformedf the same to
Liabilities that Frank T. Mlndler, the defendant In which the child 'or children reside the County Board of Public Instruction. .
capital 1 Stock paid In____..__I 1600000 therein named la a non-reel not less than eighty days of each on blanks furnished by the State Superintendent -
Undivided: u' 18.000.00 dent of the State of Florida and U a year between the ages of eight and of Publlo Instruction In NOTICE
;pro--------------- resident of Notcales Arizona, over the fourteen years of each child; the periodof the manner required and oftener when
perinea and taxes. pald.t 1.646.11Individual age of twenty-one years; It Is therefore compulsory attendance shall commence demanded by the County Board. .
deposit ordered that said non-resident defendant beginning of the school 174. It shall be the duty of all principals .
to check __._____________- 1H2.24II82 be hereby required to appear term nearest to the eighth birthday of and teachers to co-operate with Sotlce Is hereby given that the following lands, or ao much thereof as will
Time certificates of deposit H.n8.n :lIt1.eheb:1:: of complaint filed. In each child and shall cover a period of the Attendance Officer In the enforcement be necbssarx. to pay the amount due for Mpecall Drainage taxes levied under
Vashlers checks outstanding 1.16076 said pause on or before Monday the six consecutive year thereafter, exceptas of this law. To this end It shallbe the provisions of 4S8, Session Laws of 1.U, herein set opposite to .
favlnits'! Deposits __________ 18.903.11 6th day of August, A. D. 117. otherwise h..r.ln..tter'provl the duty of the principal teacherIn the same, .. ..Chapter cost of such sale and advertising, will be sold at l'
the allegations of Bald bill will betaken KB. Continuous attendance upon charge of.every school In which pupils public auction on the second day of July A. D. 1911. In front of the CourtHouse
Total ? -_____,-------....-.1281.427 as confessed by said defendant some other school, public, private, or between the agea of eight and door .at Klaslmmee. County of Usceola and State of Florldal; said ape
} It Is further ordered that this order church, for eighty days of each year fourteen years are Instructed to keepan clal drainage tax assessment for the 'year 1918.
State of.Flnrida be published once a week for four consecutive during the'ages of eight and fourteenof accurate record of the attendanceof
County' of Osceola. ss Cashier: of the weeks In the Klssltnmea Val. any child may be accepted In lieu of all pupils. to render Weekly reports
I, Roger Dodd. ley Oasette.. a newspaper published.In atjendanceupon a local public school; to the Attendance Officer and the.County a; e
.
hove-named bank do solemnly .swarthat said. county and state. Provided further That any private or Superintendent of Public Instruction ,
the above statement l II tree to the This 13rd day of June 11117. church school receiving for Instruction of all pupils I Imperfect- attendance so .9
*est of my knowledge and belief J. T. OVER8TREKT. pupils, between the ages of eight and showing all absences, excused and ;.eQDESCRI..OS
ROGER DODD Cashier' (Ct. Ct. Seal) Clerk Circuit Court fourteen years shall keep. such record, unexcused and In the case of an excused OF LAND o W OWNER oQ1 "..
Correct-Attest: Z. BASS, at attendance of said chrld, or children absence to state the reason .for ii .
F. W. HILL Solicitor for Complainant I84tBHERIPVB and will render such reports of the which -the pupil was excused 0! .. .11II. ..!! y
n T. SINULETARY name., aa are hereinafter required of 176 It shall be the duty of the II... :: oY ,.
C. W. GRIFFIN' SALE!! teachers of publlo schools; otherwisethe County Board of Public Instruction of 0 .. E &.
Director. attendance upon any such private each county to cause this Act to be r J Eo ; -c "'ctt04All

(Seal) !. the ClreBlt Court .* the Seventh J.- or church school refusing or neglecting published separate and distinct from
'Subscribed. and sworn to before me to keep such records and to make suchreports the publication of the Acts of the Legislature ___ _ ._::__ .: 1 2131 ''Southern Colon.
dl.lal Dlstriet In sad for Oscevln shall be In lieu of _ __ .__..?._??_. IT
1917. not accepted In full In
this 6th day. of June some newspaper published Isatlon Co US.II

Real) County Florida attendance. upon a publlo school. In the county If t and All _______._,___________._...........10 17 Si '41 Southern Colon--
jt STANLEY BULLOCK, 1... Exemptions.=This act shall not If there be nene then to distribute and Isatlon Co__ .n.n

Notary Public. Farmers Meeha.lea Natlokal D..... apply In any caae In which the child's give It the widest circulation In the All ___v____::______________...._.._1117 S4 <4S Southern Colon-
October of mental conditions attested form of a circular at least.four weeks -- -- --- --- --
.commission_ expire !. ,231'01. I'kveBlKvtlle. I'sa_ .BanklnaCer- or as -TT-- ; I..UonCo11.1'
1.U. ....tI.., PI.I.tiff. by, any competent physician before prior. to the opening of the schools forthe All ..____.___________:......-_...._..137 Si <40 Southern Colon- s
v.. any court 'having Jurisdiction' under school year, beginning July 1. 116 . action Co.-. SS.S7
NOTICE ('.....1... ('. Ke>la> *.. 1'11.' .. K. Km\m\ this Act. renders Its attendance Impracticable and annually thereafter If In their discretion .All _-._-____--___...____._._K 17 14 1140 Southern Colon- '
!Her H..a..' Defendaata. or Inexpedient! or In any It be necessary.By Co.- 22.81

The Board of County CommissionersIn case In which hy.t child resides more order of the Board of Public Instruction N% of NW% and. SWj4e of NW<4--.S4 S7 Si ISO Sou'therS Cofon-

and for Osceola County Florida, will Notice Is hereby Rlve that under than two miles nearest traveled of Osceola\...County.. C. BASS, Chm.C. .' Isatlon Co_.- '.81
..It as an equalization board at the regular and by virtue of an alias execution I.. route from the'.ehool house. and transportation E. TOWELL, Supt. of Public In.t. C. L. BANDY Tax Collector
,
Is not provided, or In any caseof .
meeting of said board July Ind sued out of the Circuit Court of 0...... 14.4t
1917. for the purpose of reviewing and ola County: State of Florida, In the extreme poverty. In which the services OtceaU County Florid
equalising the valuations ... fixed by above entitled cause, oa tha 10th day of su/ch' child are necessary for Its .
the Tax Assessor of Osceola county on of May A. D. ItlT upon a judgment own support or the support of Us ownr.a..nt. NOTICE! FOR PUBLICATION
real and personal property, for the rendered In said Court on the 8th day .. ae attested. by the affidavit of -
..year 1917 J. L. OVER8TREET. of-AuRust. A. D. 111. In favor of the : of parents Attendance and of such witnesses D .r aaesit .( the iaterf....V. .. Leadre skid estate and ask for their approvaL It may concern that on the 7th day ofSeptember

Clerk Circuit Court Osceola County. plaintiff and against the defendants In require or the In any case In Officer which may said m. at Calar.vlllr. Fla, May a+6. Dated April'lrA A. D. 1117.R A. D. 1117 I shaM apply to
said cause. I have levied uptn the following K. MCLAUGHLIN
described real estate lying and foarent. guardian, or other person hav 1811' Aprll-.o. Executor.tOTICK the'Hortorable 'J;'. j*. Murphy, Judge of
ONTRACTOH9 being stluate In the City of .. control of a child, shall Probate for
-XVTIC TO { .1"'m. before Oscar aid Court, as Judge of ,
affidavit NOTICE! la hereby given that
Osceola. county, FlorIda how any magistrate by .
'of himself and of such witnessesas H Britt of Loaghman Florida, who on ,! OF ADHINI8TRATOR-FOR. my final discharge as Administrator of
Let Eight (8) Block
(7) In
The Board. of Public Instruction receive of the town of Klsslmmee City Haven Florida., the Attendance Officer may require, April 18, 1916. made Homestead Entry FINAL DISCHARGE the estate of Philip Mohr,' deceased; +
will a.
Osceola. County Florida child Is without No 011S4 for 8W.4 of N\VK, -
that the necessary .
shown and described, I will
on the of and the time
material and plat the that at sam present
W 'proposals for furalshlng South Florida R. Tt. Co.'s of the books and clothing' for attendingschool Section 11, Township tt, H.. v C.... .t C..t Judge Slate ..tFlwlda.
labor for the constructionand aurvey :Mer to said Court final accounta aa
necessary and that the parent la usable to Range ZS E., Tallahassee my
erection of school buildings at the town of Klaslmmee City, Osceola county the necessary books and clothing idian. has filed notice of Intentionto Administrator of said. estate, and ask
provide
Florida.. -
Plat on file In the office of
following Kenanarllle. Cam. for their approval .
polnta: Provided. That when books and make Commutation Proof to establish -
;
,
1 b.lI. Loko.ee. Fla., until 10 o'clock a. m. Clerk. of circuit the Court of Orange County clothing shall be provided, through claim to the above described before .. Re Estate ef Irl-llhi Bass, TJseeela Dated March 6th 117.

.;July 20th 1017 for the Campbell and tt\e. Florida defendanta as, Catnrlne property C. of KulD ene dl of> charity or by other mean., the child Clerk Circuit Court, at Klsslmmee C..r. A. H. DROUGHT.12lem

okosee buildings, and until 10 a. m., volt e., and I will on the Snd day of shall no longer be exempt from school Florida, on the. llth day of'Ju1y given Administrator. ..
August lin for bus Kenanivllle building July A. D. 11117. the same being the attendance under this prevision; Provided 1917. Notice Is hereby to all whomIt
at the office of the Superintendent first Monday and the Rule Day of said further That when a teacher Is Claimant names as witnesses: may concern that on the 1st day of 4 NOTICE or ADMINISTRATOR,
!
of Public Instruction. In the City ofKlRslmmee. month, offer for at charged with Inefficiency, misconductor W, W. BrItt of Loughman Florida.H. i August. A. D 117, I shall apply.to theHonorable
sale] publlo
., Florida the legal. hour. of sale In outcry.betw..n cruelty', such charge-being made In J. Popeney of Loughman, Florida.J. T. MMurphy., Judge,of said C--; ; ;
front .
Blda for each building asst be ae- of the Court House door, In the city of writing and filed with the Trustee of K. Collins of. Loughman Florida. court aa Judge of Probate for my final !. C..rt.1 ....."'State ofFlerlds.
companied by a certified check In the Klsslmmee, Osceola County State of the Special Tax School District, or with John Hamburger of Loughman Flor discharge a. Administrator of the estate .
,sum of 1100. made payable to Walter C. Florida, the aforesaid mentioned r alestate the County Board of Public Instructionby ida.. of Prlscllla Baas, deceased and -
Bass/. chairman of- the Board of Pub.Mo and soil a parent or ,guardian, of any child ROBT. W DAVIS. that at the same time I will present to I
.
same to the highest and eta
the school 4-it Register. Administrator I. re Estate ., Delsae 0...._ O.e ,
Instruction as a guarantee that best bidder for cash attending the being taught by said court mr final accounts ae ,
eueceasful, bidder will enter Into surety L. K ,INGIRAM, . auch teacher' then the attendance of of said estater and .ask for ....,.
bond of thirty (10%) per cent of the Sheriffof, Osceola County, Florida' such child shall not be enforced nntll NOTICE! OF EXt'tTTOR! their approvaL .. -
-amount o" hi. bid. Work must commence .- It-51 after a full Investigation of such charge '' (Fer Wit Discharge) Dated January. '
within 10 days after the lettingof has been made by the board with which 18AYi*tr&s. Notice la hereby given, to all when ',

each contract. NOTICE or EXECUTOR ..ame was Rued and the said teacher has In Cevrt ot'' Ces.ty Judge., OeeeelaiCeemty .-Item, '.Administrator. It may concern, that. en the 10tb day of
reserves. to reject been acquitted or exonerated.' .. December/ D. 1117. I shall te
th.rlght
The Board v ..... ef ....... apply
and all bids. A...*._ AllewnMe.Every .... the Honorable T. )(. Murphy,
any 1(7. Tessrererr 'Ia Re Katete .f Jeka .La.. NOTICE or ADMINISTRATOR JUd..jot
.< .
Plan. and Specifications can be,. obtained |n Court Cevntr . Oe.eln said Court, as Judge of o
C. State .( n.H. parent guardian, or other per. architect mmtf.
from A an J. MacDonough<>> aIn ; Nonce h.-;tv..n my
of Florida
the son In the State having I. to all whom ef the estate of Delma. Graham 01_...
.
Ktaalmmee, Florida, upon -
In the sum of '' charge or control of a child er children (It may ClGncer....that on the ltat day of In Curt ef Ceuty Jedce.State ed and- that at the same time I wiltpr..n'
check ;
of
-deposit certified re Batate .t Jean W. Thesaps.. the of eight and fourteen I shall 1c
between apply
age* October, A. D.
"11* for the Camobell and Lokplana 'll' od riald.hi to said Court my final a_....
'e 1 ofsaid ,
years shall cause said child or childrento the Honorable T Murphy. Jodg.
of
Administratrix said estate and,
and. 111' for th.WALTER K-. svUl.Co plan.BASS. Notice Is hereby riven; to all '.....lIemIt attend school aa aforesaid; .Provided Court .. Judge. of Probate for my 1s r.e.t..3 rhlli. MebfO.eeela ask aa for their approval.Dated ,, ,.<., '
:
'. that On the llth of That eecaelonal absence frem such at. anal /discharge as Executor ef the cc.tateofJohn KIT.
may concern June Lib A. D. ,
PubHa ,
.. Board of Instruction day emty !
Chairman:' o.cemb.r.A.' t>.' 1'1T I shall to ten hncs'-by any child amounting tenet McLaughlln.! deceased: JACIhII: ANN ORAHAM
Osceola County Fin.. Murphy than two unexcused absence and that at the same time I will present ,
the Honorable T. M. J- Age of more '
..
..
I'"JUt.t a tQ ."TOWEt.I 2hwytary.- tlett aid.CourUaa..Judge of Probate/for: ,ray,1. In tour consecutive. weeks. ,.shall. not be lilt. final aecounM. aa Executer .of1..i Notice. "U hereby r glrea.' to .all whom ttmloa.'hus- w

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1917

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. I 0 10 10 II 10 10.It. . 01 01 .. CI . a ICI. It It It It 10 10'.... I torn, Mrs. Charles Anderson, Misses program of musical number on the Colored I ...".OO....... ..
Maude Alice and Adah Wagner, Jean Edison. .' People DelightedWith I' i
Thomas Ruth Butler Clare Anderson 1.80 was contributed to the fund. J
Society Notes \ I and little Marion and Josephine Single Those invited included: Mrs J. Z. New DiscoveryTo iC.W.; GRIFFIN
$ t ry of Bradentown. Roberson, Mrs. L. Paulk, Mr L. H. j I
+ + + Ingram, Mrs L. R. Farmer, 'lire. W. Bleach the Skin ..
C. Bass, Mrs. W. B. Harris Mrs.: J. L.Overstreet M
(Mrs. E. E. Wells, Editor.) With Mrs. Lupfer Mrs. H. W. Boice, Mrs. J. Staple, and Fancy ; ; "

Mrs. Sam Lupfer, Jr., entertainedlast W. Miller, Mrs. J. E. Lupfer, Mrs. Atlanta, Oa.--flay that recent teats
U mad to aO patrons of tie Valley Gazette to lead item Friday afternoon with a cycle tea Milton PledlClrt.Mrs.. E. G. Vans Agnew have proven without doubt that .war. \ .
Request at her home on Verona street. Mrs. W. L. WInn, Mrs. S. B. : hy or sallow.compl.Ylon! can be. made ji GROCERIES :
*f Society EYento So the Editor for publication in tiew eolums.n the afternoon the guests enjoyed vocal Aul man Miss Frances Bay, Miss light covered by by a new a man treatment In' Atlanta.recently Just dla-ask
solos by Miss Ella Mae instrumental Dorothy Wells and Miss Ethel Hall. 1 our" druggist I for Coco-tone SkinWhltcner. ' :
solos by Gilbertt. + + 1I I People who have used It are \ ', Free Delivery to all Part.
4..0. . H. M l l 101 . . .O.O. . ucy amated at Ita wonderful effect Rid
Buckets Helen Bass and Mrs. ''Shear- Jitney For Red (Cross
I yours face of that awful dark color or ; I of the City
.o... .. ... ... . .. . . ... CYCLE TEAS FOR RED CROSS ouse, and readings by Mrs. Earl Lup- Mrs.. C..W. Dann hit upon a novelidea greasy appearance In a few, minute It
O 0 FUND CONTINUEThe fer. Delicious refreshment of iced for Increasing the funds and at b oats ao little that you can't afford 'to
.0 BENEFIT D'ANCE FOR THE 0 '1- tea, sandwiches and cake were served. th* same time varying the programof I' prettier> ewlthout you It.would Juat look think with how that much old
.4 YOUNGER SET 44 effort of Kissimmee ladies to $1.05 was donated. Those present cycle teas. She is using her car for' dark akin iron and new aoft. light ,
P. raise $100 for the Red Cross fund by were: Misses Ethel .Wilder, Mildred jitney service,' and has earned Something kin muat In Its place. Men and women today C. F. THRASHERSHEE7
.00.1100000000000000000.ClO giving series of cycle teas continueto Winn Orpha Rose, Ethel Gilbert, Lucy over $6 for the cause. t..r aoclety.care for their complexion' en- METAL WORKER "
Y meet< with great favor and many Bucket Ella Mae Gilbert, Helen Bass, If your gist will not you .
Mr*. J. D. Clark ,contributed her charming hostesses entertained ten Mattie Belle Marris, Mrs. Shearouse BARBERSTRATTONMiss with for Cocotone larv Skin Whltener. send ZSc Mktal RooF. Pml on.matGnnwtfeW ', i
a .
"bit" toward the Red Cross fund or more friends, during the past few and Mrs..Lupfer. Atlanta da.EXECUTIVE. package to. Cocotone Co.. .
.
"Wednesday evening: by giving a Dancing days. On Friday afternoon four of * + Mamie Stratton of Kissimmee 1 PHONE 14*;* K/SS/MMCC. FLA .
/' these social events were given and Park and Mr. Josh Barber were mar-
party at her home, Idylwild. Mrs: Best Ilosteas. COMMITTEE .6F RED I '
Branches of bamboo and dainty! pink the day closed' -with' a theater party ried Thursday evening at the home of i :'
vine decorated the 'paciou living'1'oom for the same cause. rMrs. Mrs. G. W.'Ilest' was hostess on the bride's parents at KissimmeePark. CROSS ORGANIZE i, T. ML RIVERS M. D. t
and conspicuous among them 4 + + + Thursday- of last week, entertaining Miss Stratton is one of KUlimmee -. "
2 -was the Red Cross banner. E. G. Vans Agnew's attractive for the Red Cross fund. I Park's most attractive young The executive committee of'the Kis- PJl SICIA "'and SURGEON t
Here a jolly crowd of the younger/ home was the scene of an enjoy- Misses Elsie Norton and Nellie Best' ladies. Mr. Barber is well known hereas immee Red Cross Chapter met at the Office over Osceela Pharmacy
*et enjoyed the frolicfng/ measur.. of, ab!,j afternoon, when a number 'of her served punch.and cakes to the guestsat I former deputy in the office.of tax office of Hon. C. A. Carson, Tuesday Phone i*....ld..1
Paul Jones or the rhythmic figures of| friends chatted and enjoyed a the close of the afternoon. assessor, W. I. Barber, and a mem afternoon to effect an organization of Ogles,, l/a.,
program Those invited Mrs. A. M. of the N. .G. of F. -
modern dances. Between the num- of musical numbers. Mrs. S. H. were: ben sub ommittees.
bers they collected on the breezy ver- Bullock, Sr., gave two violin selectionswith Mos],y, Mrs. G. H. Newhouse, Mrs. Senator C. A. Canon,' chairman; '
anda. Several other guests chatted Miss Ellis at the piano. Miss W. L. Winn Mrs. Barrett, Mrs. F. G. RETURNS WITH BRIDE Senator A. E. Donegan, Judge Murphy -.
and listened to the music. Inez 'Carson and as an encore Thomason, Mrs. Sarah Prevatt'Mrs. Mrs. J. Wade Tucker, Mrs. B. B. i iGDBSOJI
sang ,
1served in' the evening, the hostess DuBerry's latest G. M, Shearouse, Jr., Miss Almena Remington-Smith has'returned Simpson, with Mayor J. S. Cadel
delicious refreshments In the gave"When the Band plays Dixie production I'll Be, Leitner, Elsie Norton, Alberta Hop-. to Kissimmee with his bride, formerly chairman of the chapter, and Mrs.. PURIfiER

-jdJninjg.Tpom, Iepe .M6., .decorations here.. '! a song which is being offered son and Marion Sargent.1.3awaa.contrlbuted Miss Elizabeth* Abts of MitrheC Neb., W, I.. Dunne, secretary of the Chapter -

were sunff'trra'lRf'! : "': +fehssa''rn : I""l' KAie-! for'the'-bEiiefir:..f.:U"Red: :. _.... ,._>_iij-- -_,.. ......_ and they will 'be... domiciled. 1 .at..,.the, ,ex officio members'. the commit- ,
bright flower were se.en; ,every where. Cross fund. Miss Rub Ellis plpyed a + + : llotol " '" *a ., s.at Ti7-lffi 1 ..miia8tfiat'jJBaiti.irr'j! ': pt" -.T'I I"" ,' ,'.....-... ..ffl .
The punch bowl banked with ferns,' } ' Mr. Smith is one of Kissimmce's Mrs. J. Wade Tucker: vicechairmanof y -....Ii<- :: ::'''':;Y;;'''''"'''"
piano selection. .. At the Bryan Home ,S"ErI:;S
centered the dining table, with a dr. While the conversation followed a most progressive citizens, who firmly the chapter, was chosen for the responsible -
fle. of.flouters at the outer edge. Assorted merry strain, the patriotic decorations Mrs. N. C. Bryan gave 'a cycle tea believes'and i \ a great future for this position chairman of the ..
sandwiches,.....delicious home carriedvout in cut flowers and in the' Monday afternoon, inviting Mrs. D, section las many friends here executive committee. Under her direction Life andlie'
Fire Afcidwit
C. Wheeler Mrs. ;Estelle Roberson; who congratulate him this event. ,
and on
made cakes, punch candy were flags which ware used in profusionand the real work Mrs. and Mian! Leitner Mrs. M, A. ,
served. be done.
more than all else the Geiger Mrs. E. S. Half Mrs. W H. CANNING CLUB NOTES. l h Plate Glass Liability
Adding to the plcasurof this of the knitting and the I Mrs.B. B. Simpson, as chairman of
presence gray
ev-nt, Miss Almenfa Dozier of Ar- yarn were a constant reminder of the Jones, Mrs. Ross Graves, Mrsr.. M. The recent rains'!,,have greatly the educational committee, will be in '
j radia, the attractive guest. of Miss cause foe which the Kissimmee. lad- Cosner, Mrs. Henry Barnes and her couraged the efforts: of the on-I charga of classes soon to be organizes, and Boiler Insurance.
.. "Ethel Lee, rendered several beautiful ies are working. mother Mrs. Gray, Mrs. J. A. Barclay clubs o fthis county and the and of other details of this .depart .
;n' piano i numbers, and Lottie Clark and Mrs. May, Mrs. Gilbert and Miss Mrs. and Miss DerbyshV-e' Mrs. people have continued their work with ment. Legal Bonds Executed
j Olivine Savage gave exquisite fancy Maurine' Dann assisted the. hostess in J. W. Wilder, Misses Bessie and Susie renewed vigor. Miss Anne Carson was requested to

J dance serving fruit punch and delicious light McGuire. Miss Albina Smith, county agent assume permanent chairmanship of Same Day Nee4ed.
ir About'forty guests were in attendance cake, followed by block ice cream and The hours were spent in conversa- for home extension work in Osceola the membership committee. Miss
,8 and $12, including the three new dark cake. tion and pretty fancy work, and refreshments visited Locosee this week to council Carson is in close touch with this .
y membership to the Red Cross chap- Those invited for this afternoon affair sandwiches, cakes and with her workers. Here Florence Ed- feature of the work, having just completed -
ter,,were contributed. included: Mrs. W. E. Saunderson. tea were served. ris has one of the most remarkable a most successful campaign for OFFICE: State Bank Buildiig
her mother, Mrs. Ransom, Mrs. S. B. $2.25 was the amount contributed. plots one-tenth of !an acre of toma members in the chapter, when she
.0.00.0..00.0..000. ...... Aultman, Mrs. J.: Murray Cochrane, + + + toes, in full bloom and early fruit. served as chairman of the temporary ,
Mrs. J. A.. Barclay, Mrs. Tom Ellis Cycle Tea In North KissimmeeMiss The land it occupies was a pond, but is committee.M. ..
:$ .FOR MISS PERSONS and her daughter Miss Ruby, Mrs. S. Lilian 'thoroughly drained and is growing a .' Katz, treasurer of the chapter,
H. Bullock Sr., Mrs. E. E. Wells, Mrs. 'Prentis gave a pretty very fine crop. Miss Florence bar one- was chosen as treasurer ft the executive -
to. 0 ; .. < 0 0 .. *..o..of E. Derbyshire and Miss Katharine afternoon 'tea Monday for this worked cause tenth of an acre-of peanuts which are committee. I ,
r when the guests chatted' and in good condition. Mrs. E. E. Wells'was appointed
r- Derbyshire, Mrs. S. H. Bullock, Jr., 1 as
at needlework. Refreshing fruit punch Clarence Gay, another member of chairman of the publicity committee.The .
Mrs: y and home made cakes were served the club there, has a plot of tomatoesand chairmen directed to select
Monday afternoon at her home on Mr*. Sanford May, Mrs. F. F. Gilbert, were -
II
Those included
present : Miss Jessie is growing' sweet potatoes. such aids as they desired to direct
'Mabbette street ,in honor of her attractive Mrs. Howard Katz Mrs. W. H. Boice
guest Miss Lucile Persons. and Miss Bay, Mrs. Roger Dodd, Mrs. Morrey, Mrs. Cochrane, Mrs., J. W. Celia and Anna Padgett were not the work of their department, and
y The .guests ,enJoyed social conversa- W. It.: Dunne, Mrs.- B. .B. Simpson, Miller, Miss Ruth Butler, Misses disheartened by the' failure of their the meeting adjourned subject to the
Josephine-and Marion Singletary of tomato crop, caused by the effects of call of the president.
:lion on the spacious veranda and''at Mrs.' W. B. Crawford and her mother,
Bradentown Mrs. J. W. PrentisMisses'
the close of the afternoon a donation Mrs. May, Misses Maurine Dann. Vir- andMuriel the dry weather, but' have planted
was given for the benefit of the ginia Tiller, Anne and Inn Carson. Prentis.Dorothy Wells, Lilian'' their plots in sweet potatoes.At Miss Eleanor Moseley has been employed -
Red Cross. Dainty refreshment of $3.40 was .contributed.Mr Whittier Bertha Balsden has by W. I. Barber, Kissimmee'seffiel.cnt
$1.10 was collected for the fund. divided her plot between tomatoesand
aced tea and wafer were served. + + + tax 'assessor. Josh Barberwas
'Those present were: Misses Lucile Boice and + + + corn. a former deputy in the office, but
Miss Entertain
r Persons, Ella Mae Gilbert. Lucy BUCk. Bay Mr. Tucker Hostess Lottie and Louise Barber put up resigned his position to be one ofUncle' W
fit Ethel and Grace Helen! Entertaining on Friday were Mrs.H. fifty cans of tomatoes from their gar _
: Gilbert.
Sam's defenders in the N. G.of .
.u, Eats, Mattie Belle Harris. Mr*. Bailey W, Boice and her sister, Miss 'Mrs. Gay Livingston, Mrs. Lewis dens, Wednesday, of last week, duringa F. i .
Mrs. Ingram Mrs. Charles Persons Frances Bay, who invited friends to O'Bryan, Mrs. J. M. Willson, Jr., Mrs.E. visit from the county agent Miss a Enamel
spend the afternoon hours with -Lesley, Mrs/ G. W. Persons, Smith.; '
Mr*. Sam Lupfer Jr. Mrs. cqn-
,
Shearouse. venation and needlework. Several Misses Mildred Turville, Anne'and WONDERFUL. STUFF! For Interior Woodwork
I IO..O..O.OOO.OOOOOOOO.OO.O piano numbers played by Miss Adah Ines Carson, were among the guests When you find a merchant looking LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS J
Wagner were an added pleasure. entertained by Mrs. J. Wade Tuckeron down in the mouth and prone to There is nothing more 1

4 Sandwiches, cakes and punch were Thursday last week, with an informal thrust his hands deep into his pockets Lift'Cornsor beautiful than a .
+ Few Drops' Then
served, and $3.35 was received into tea. Closing the afternoon where a bunch of keys may be madeto Apply a '
4 AT LAKE CONWAY 4P the fund. hours, the guest were refreshed with jingle; when you find him'looking Calluses Off With FingersNo = smooth white enamel'
.
'
i\,. ' .' '' 4 Those invited included: Mrs. Kritz, ice cream and cake. with staring eyes into space'and his Pain \\\r, >- ",, .flnUh_It esc.lIdn dalntlUees .: ,
.0.0.000.0.00000..000.00' Mrs...D.. G. Wagner. Mrs., E. L. Lesley, 'c' $1.00. was contributed to. Red. ., Cross hair:needing ,trimming around ia the :hard No' humbug' ;,tAny i corn;\Jwhether\ and denote perfect .
Mrs. M. D. Alexander, Mrs. J. ;E. work.'IN. "J'i'' ';'':; If'1.! : '. .gtcf.a edges-take:a the;*toes,,'< will taite. Pee Ceo Chin I/o
A merry crowd of the younger set Davis, Mrs.. J. M .Miller; Mrs. But- + + the advertisers of the newspapers loosen right up and lift out, without a Enamel resist. wear.hows '
t' motored to Lake Conway Friday even- Cycle Tea With ,Mrs. Fripp in his community-you won't particle of pain or soreness. no mar andRemains .
f, where find it. He1 has down the This drug is called.freezone and faa S '
toe, they enjoyed a swim in the OtOoto tOOOO.OOOOOOOOOOOO gone on WhiteS
lake, followed by,a watermelon feast. i 0 4 Mrs. W. J. Fripp entertained on shady side of Slump' Hill.-Miami compound of ether discovered by a "
The hour. Thursday afternoon, June 21 most informally Cincinnati man.
pleasant when they sat in 0 MOTHERS-TEACHERS CLUB 0 Metropolis.OLD I
but the hour of Ask at apydrug store for a small and Glossy
the light of the campfire and told 0 4 was ful)?,
pleasure as well as instructive. A PAPER: von "'i.n-ior A RUN' bottle of freezone, which will cost buta
stories and sang songs will long be .OOOOOOOO OoO OOOOOOOO >I.M-Good for wr pnlnu purpos.setc. for year and I* easily
i remembered.by the party. comprehensive paper on the historyof Apply at Valley Qamttte. trifle, but is sufficient to rid' one'sfeet cleaned with soap and I
Those attending were: Misses Mau- the Red Cross work was read and or every corn or callus. water.
''rlne Dann, Lois Johnson, Ethel GilT A social evening was that which discussed. Mrs. J, W. Brown told of Put a few drops directly upon any
; >ert:. Carolyn Fripp, Joe and Dot Mak- closed the activities of the Mothers- her recent visit to the Red Cross Me 1 under, aching corn or cellus.: Instantly Ask for FREE booklet "The I
i Jnson, Messrs. Roy Graves.*Will Mason Teachers Club last week. A short-in morial Hall in Washington. Miss the soreness disappears and shortly Modern Method of FinUhlnft ;
i Tiller, Ralph Turner, Nat Carson, formal program was greatly enjoyed. Lena Lord .explained the activitiesof the'corn or callus will loosen and can Wood"andSampleWoodPanei. "'
Roscoe Roberson, Sheldon Johnson,I Mrs. P. K. Weaver sang a group of her sisters in the Red Cross Chap- be lifted off with the fingers. PEASLEE-GAUI.BERT CO. .::1'
with Mrs. J. E. Lupfer as chaperon. song Miss Helen Bass gave a piano ter in Boston. Miss Lord also ren- This drug freezone doesn't eat out .. :;
solo and Mildred Winn presented in a dered several piano solos in her own the: corns or calluses, but. shrivels LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY
k
4 444*.*+ +++4+4- fresh, vigorous, charming manner an exquisite manner. them without even irritating the sur- ,[
4 .O incident" of life; "Buck Wins the Wag. Those present were Mesdames J. A. 1I rounding skin. Osceola Hardware Go. '
.. 0'er, by Jack London. Barclay, W. H. Wilson, J. W. Brown, Just think! No paint at all; no
0' CAMPFIRE. TEA < 1 Mrs. J. E. Lupfer outlined briefly M. A. Clark, J. W. Miller, Milton J, soreness or smarting when applying it Kissimmee Fla. .
OOOO OO'OOO'OOO'O"'O'OOoof 4 the aim.and purpose of the club anda Pledger and Misses Firman and Lord. .or afterwards. If your druggist don'thave i .'
symposium followed on "My Ideal Mrs. McPhatter and Mrs. M. D. freezone. have him order 11 for ,9
, Club Woman."
.
Alexandersent their regrets with! a you.
Misses Muriel Prentls and Lois Several sons and daughters were "bit." "..
/Ovr treet entertained at the home of present. With the' serving of ice + + + I ..j
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r Tth latter on Main street on Tuesday cream and cake the impromptu story 9 9999999..00..000..00..9..9..oa.. f
afternon, with a silver tea for the hour so much enjoyed. Theater Party I \

j" benefit of ,the 'Fulechee Camp Fire. The officers selected to serve another Mrs. E. E. Wells entertained a few The Silver Sea Hotel '
rr The guests brought their fancy work year are: friends with a theater party at the Our Hot t Water .Bags
and the afternoon was very pleasantly President Mrs J. E. Lupfsr.: Grand Friday night as a benefit for
_pent 'in sewing and social convena- Vice-president; Mrs., J. Z. Roberson. the Red Cross fund, to witness the ATLANTIC BEACH .CORQNADO, FLA.
tion., Refreshing lemonade ,and wafer Recording Secretary, Mrs. F. S. production of a five-reel feature, "The are the "never leak" kind.
< were served. Those present were: Gilbert. White Horse Troop. At the close of Same with our fountain syringe Now open under the management of A. Fred Falck.
i l\lra. Wimple, Mrs. Modi, Mrs. Hyatt, Corresponding Secretaryr Mrs. W. ,the play, the guests were served with .
I l T\Ir .- Overstreet. Misses Ann Hyatt, J.-Fripp.- : foes and cold drinks at the soda: fountain *. You'll find all our rub- Cuine the. bet. Shore Dinner a Specialty.: Auto Beet all trains at
t. ..Eleanor and Alta Ruth Overstreet. Treasurer, Mrs. M. E. Waring.. I !! while they chatted and enjoyed a ber good Carat class in every New Smyrna.
detail except: prices. In that
-- respect they a r'e inferior. $%.50 per Day. Weekly Rate upon application..

; Competitor say our prices are Special Week End Rate

too low for such qualities.We ;
MRS. SARAH H. ? .
ARR. Owner A. FRED FALCK. V. r r
.j, don't think such a com : t
V, d will o..Oo.oO.Oot.o..o. . ..... .. YIl
plaint worry you. > .
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,I A garden fifty feet square will produce enough vegetable to feed a I
relieved through the use of a pair of glasses fitted perfectly

family of four, except, of course, corn, potatoes and crops that require; GiveFlowers t .

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Er! .' BANK j ] j v.,,' But c.if,your garden i i. managed right there is no reason w"'y'you'. . -: : we can relieve yon if you will take the trouble.to call

4 should. not "have.two or three" kinds of fresh vegetable all the" time. . on n*. i We are extremely careful about fitting and our.

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9 s V i . There is! no other'other' part of the farm that,,pays a* large a,profit ,, For All OccasionsMILL'THEFIORIST price are reasonable.

d St $4 .forlhe'Umeiandimon.? expended. at a good. ,vegetable' 8ard" ." > t'/; . r. ....
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