Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: July 6, 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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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00810
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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. ,' :; .CITY COUNCIL STANDS PAT I[I NEW QUARTERS: FOR CITY QFf"'CES "of ', I\1 1o CO ,MILLAGE<

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CONSUMERS: MUST MAKE DEPOSIT OLD BANK BUILDING WILL .
BE NEW CITY OFFICES ", nwos .
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MONTH OR SERVICE WILL BE It was announced Tuesday night at CONFLICTING PETITION FILED BY

CUT OFF-INTERESTING ARGUMENTS the meeting of the City.Council that .
they were.lOon to change their headquarters ! rf.7C ST. CLOUD CITIZENS ASKING ,,

.. PRO AND CON. and would occupy the old ,FOR BOND ELECTION FOR MELBOURNE -
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.. bank building where.the Nelson Real-
Considerable .'agitation was felt ty offices: are now located.: ROAD.A .

the citizens of Kissimmee since The entire building has been leased -
among for five years, and the lower floors will U1 11i 1111et
the passing of the new city light and be occupied by the council. This is especially 111 party of St. Cloud citizens appeared .

water ordinance at a recent council convenient aa a vault is already before the Board' of County'

meeting, and so great was the dissatisfaction Installed. Commissioners Jtfbnday, with a petition
that a petition asking the The two small offices will be occupied for an election for a brick road
council ',to reconsider their ordinance by City Clerk J. R. Gilbert and by and calling for bonds for $$266,000
I was circulated and received strong A. E. Thomas, who has been appointed the road to begin at the east line of S
purchasing agent for the city and 4 the town and running toward Mel
: .support.
p i It seemed to be the general opinion water and light collector. Practicallyno bourne I leaving out .the" Narcoossee'
that the councilmen were doing all in changes will be made on this floor. 24:1: ;a route. ?
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the 'finances The will bo z1'I Another aggregation presented a
their power to conserve city's second story used for
and, .in passing the new ordi. the firemen and band meetings. Several I I JR. -- petition for a sand-asphalt road cost '.

;; .' ;.....-. 1 !1 .e..,they.hoped. to..produce "the I partitions will be removed toidtn.eanm..RR Ing $275,000, to begin at the canal, ,,'
tpro.organrzatlone. and
run east toward Melbourns. i
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kr2afbut gmany prominent" .cit ene ; '= ,aas a>jLam.ja.im.. th .._- : Another petition was put forward "1( oN

felt that the ordinance as framed, The councilmen -.are considering asking the.. Board to strike out the- .

would not accomplish'' the purpose moving the small ro>!tJding, ,occupied, rtainaalgu.tQAlen."who.signed '.'
aimed at nor would it be to the best by the fire truck on: to the Tot between the petitioiTfOT'the'Friilt'road.
interests of the city'as they considered this building and. the State Bank, These matters will be taken up at.
it an injustice to'a large class of facing on Darlington avenue. This the next meeting: "
Kissimraee's'residents. will be done at any early date.: k Jud&8.G., F. Parker; formerly ofKissimmee
It quite generally known that When the alterations aro completed now ofOke, chobee, called'the : .
was . _ ._ . _. attention of the Board to the .
it the there is doubt --.------------------------------ ap -
the petition would be presented no ; that the new location - ---- ------- --- --------------- -
council meeting'Tuesday night and will offer many advantages over the proaching election in'District No: 1
every available seat in the hall was old hall in that it Is on the ground SPECIAL MUSIC FOR BAND (Bassenger) in the matter of the creation

occupied when Chairman Lawson call floor more central and commodious. RED CROSS HEADQUARTERS CONCERT ON FRIDAY EVENING of the' new county- of Okeecho-
ed the meeting to order. The council: expect' to occupy the bee. The Board took the matter up

Attorney Garrett, in addressing the building within the next ten days. The The Kissimmee Concert Band especially at once ,and ,
council, stated that be represented Nelson Realty Company will move WBBHHHBHMBBBH August' 7th. The only precinct- ef-
reqaasts that the people of the.
W. B. into offices the Stato Band fcted: In this county Is No./'', Bassen.
-Judge T. M. Murphy Attorney over build-
GRAND city out to the
OPENING PLANNED FOR NEXT : come concert tonight.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT DONE-
.Oawford and the other signers of the Ing. ger. An election wilt be held at the
have attractiv.protrt'am .
Tlrey arranged an
petition, about one hundred promin- GAN DONATES USE OF SAMPLE ROOM IN CASINO BUILDING ,. including the latest popular' same time in those portions of' St.
Lucie and Palm Beach 'counties Included
I ant people and was voicing their objections CITRUS EXCHANGE GETS GOOD EVERYBODY, INTERESTED IN RELIEF WORK INVITED. numbers.! On account of the unpleas- in the territory of the proposed
not his own opinions. In dls- ) PRICES L .
FOR IRISH POTATOES antVeather\ afternoons the '
new county .
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cussing the various phases of the new ,
band will render their special numbers
a. '1&wl he said, "The object of the coun A'formal opening'of; 'the Red Cross donated by, Senator ,A. E. Donejran, on Friday evenings. Some of the new The following: and clerk,
( is beneficent and for the good of MIAMI; July 6.Receipt of chocksfor headquarters in the Casino', Building and has been substituted for the first numbers to be featured this evening were appointed W. H..Walker, W.
,all but the'execution of their wish $2,581 in payment for two cars of W. Chandler and C. W. Billiard, inspectors
plan This Is furnished '
room now New
The Orleans Jaz
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wlH be held when a pippin .
Irish WeJnesd-: J. H. Walker clerk. ,
has been gloriously bungled. He slatTed potatoes shipped by the Davie with long tables, and a number of slide trombone which ;
growers" the Florida Citrus all who interested in' relief '.work number was enJoyed :A maJority- te of three-fifths-
that it was the opinion of several through are cases, which will be found most useful by the city. ,Wednesday morning
attorneys who bad .Iryen! the matter Exchange emphasizes the superior are cordially invited to be present, in storing supplies. ; Where Do We Go From Here the- the whole territory will be required to
a casual inspection, that the ordinanceas quality of vegetable products of the whether they are members or not. On Wednesday. this create the new county. ,_
evening
> room new and If I Had Son f
written, was not legal and" could Everglades and bears etrikjng testimony It was intended to occupy the building will be opened with an informal meet- For each Star Old Glory, the a latest In the matter of the petition for the
not be enforced.. to the efficiency of the Exchange's on Broadway known as.the Bryan ing. A'program' will be rendered and patriotic The band will also proposed new Boggy Creek road there'seemed
song. ren-
He called attention to the section vegetablo. .''marketing methods. Reality Office, and E. L. Lesley had a silver offering taken which will be der..'"Home Sweet Home the World to be some.difference of' opinion

4 'stating:, "A deposit of Ten Dollars kindly offered its use, but the long placed, in the local: fund .to purchase Over, featured by John Philip Sousaon between Pat Johnston and G. W.
all of electricity The above sum represents an ,,average Sullivan. Mr. Johnston stated that he
will be required by users sample room in the Casino building, supplies. hid
&, tour around the world. This is
before the same will be furnished price of ovor $2 pr hamper for facing the passenger depot, has been A large attendance .Is had not. been notified, except through
which deposit ,will be retuned all grades of potatoes in the shipment. . . ._ ----expected.------_. _-- an especially .attractive feature and the Gazette'of the presentation of the,
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;.J! to such user'upon the discontinuance This is probably.the highest figure I the band is anxious''new.for you to hear it."Sky'High" petition; and said that he did not see ,
: elf the electric current, less such ever received by East Coott growers. SWEET POTATO'CROPIf LIEUT. FRANK VANS AGNEW is our popu1ar.over.' the necessity of making*the road aa ::
.. 311) Net from' ture and includes all the latest popular described in the petition. Mr. Sullivan
amount as may be due the City for returns one" car 587 hampers HAS THRILLING EXPERIENCE .
that it were $1,307 while the second songs. The band seems to be about was insistent that the road vat
; car
electricity and'observed as any doubt Is entertained concern ..
4, now read 274. were determined to have) a public
,
deposit. in the food which is
greater campaign,
IP" Referring to the same section, he The above figures represent the being energetically waged throughoutthe E.news' of G. Lieut.Vans F. Vans.Agnew giving than old
standard.-
noted that 'to enforce the measure amount of money received by the country they them Agnew now t However, the Board pointed out;
may
" after all freight charges sell. reassure on the French front: We hope that the good people of that at the present time there were no
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I in -He led the
says part: : tank Kissimmee wilt
section the fact
the ing commissions and other shipping appreciate funds available to build any road oat.
and child using supply
2,000 of sweet' have
woman acres potatoes
had had been deducted.! At the then in middle of battle. His tank that the band has lost six men lately, of the regular road fund 'and suggested -
from each meter which certainly expenses been in I
planted or are process.of
not been the intention of the council. time of shjpmcnt, the best offer' the being planted In this portion of the caught fire (God knows how),, and and they all played leading, parts. that the two parties get< togetherand
tl Passing on to tho, section: which growers, were able to get for their county-or north of Whittier. These they all had to get out of.it Germans Help the band with their' subscription try to,agree on a road that will,
states that: "All bills' for both water potatoes on the dock at Fort; Lauderdale figures 'were given to the Gazette by trained his machine guns on them and he list and the city will do their part. The satisfy all parties, and that the nat

:'r r, and electricity: are.payable' monthly, was $1.80 for number ones; $1.30 County Agent B. E. Evans, who w in got flesh wound'and one of his boys are willing to work as long as ter would be taken up at a later meet-
knocked
for and for number men was silly. They put the they have the supportof the city: and ing. .
number 80c
and if the samo are not paid in full twos close touch with the situation 'and lire / "
out, jumped in citizens. "
within ten-'days after the' presentation threes. .. whose facts authentic taking the man (the The resolution in the matter of the -
'It of such bill. or, within ten days Prices received through the Florida This are is increaseof and carded; straight on and did all Come out to the concert and give issuance of bonds' for- Special Road
bill or bills are mailed by Citrus Exchange were aa .follows: sixty acreage cent. perhaps over the an of .they set out to do and returned safely the boys hand. They are all playing District Np. 1, embracing voting precincts .

.1\ the water and light collector, the First'car, $2.43 for number ones; $1.93 last year per and will yield at a acreage conservative under heavy shell fire. for your enjoyment and are depriving Nos. 1, 2S and 1O, was unanimously
water and electricity. or either the for number twos. Second car, $2.36 estimate, 2 0,000 bushels. This War Office telegraphs as follows: themselves of every Sunday'after. adopter( The issue isto, be
water .r the electricity as the case for number ones; $1.85 M number crop would sell on the. market for not !"Beg to inform you Lieut.! F. Vans noon. Tuesday and Friday- evenings, in $100,000, and the bonds $1000 each,

may be, may bo cut off at the optionof twos aad $1.36 for number thrett. less than $126,000, though much of the Agnew,, Heavy Branch Machine Gun the year.:. )five bonds to be retired each year, pay
Corps, was wounded June seventh
but
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able at the Hanover National Bank.
further notice and
the city, without will be
crop consumed atThome and a remained at "
L the amount of the unpaid.bill or bills duty. Sec'y War'Office. New York. The Board instructed it*
large portion converted into 'stock
r deducted from the deposit or deposits, PATRIOTICIUNDAYFITTINGLYJBSERVED feed. It can be> readily .seen the effect rOSCEOLA .. .--f- SCHOOL BOARD IN attorney, J. S. Cadoll, to proceed with ..

i# and the balance of the deposit, if any this will have on the h. c. I 1.of COUNTY'S CITRUS the validation of, the bond'issue, "" without "
be refunded to the user." Attorney those producing the crop. FRUIT CROP IN GOOD SHAPE delay Z1 >.1I
Garrett
such action. County Commissioners'set as a Boardof
M, He stated that the ordinance could LONG WISHED FOR PARK Osceola county's citrus fruit crop Is ...-- Equalization to' hear any corna

'not be construed to apply to anyone APPROPRIATE SERMONS MUSIC MAY PROVE A GLAD REALITY In very good condition so says County TO PURCHASE CAR FOR plaints in regard to the assessment. .of
f .now owning meters as a section reads: AND READINGS GIVEN AT TUB Agent B. H. Evans. AGREE! SMITH IN HER HOME EX- 1917 -, ,
"' '.'A deposit of Two Dollars and a Half VARIOUS CHURCHES. The growth of the grapefruit trees! TENSIONVORK.. Joe E. Johnston, county\ engineer! ,
will be required.? The words "win be" It bas long been the tiesire: of Kissimmee's was greatly retarded by the spring -' submitted the monthlyestimate'' of

excluding<< this clue -- citizens to obtain a lease to freeze; in fact, little bloom was seen. The county 'school board has votedto roadway completed by the Georgia 3f'r

r These eeeming errors he pointed out Patriotic Sunday was observed at the vacant lot adjoining tho site of These trees are making a rapid purchase a Ford car to be used in Engineering Company. Augusta, pa.,
merely to add a touch of humor to the the 'various churches, in Kissimmee the passenger depot of the A. C. L. growth since the recent rains and are the< home extension work in Osceola for June, 1917,rOn cemetery road. _

attaation sad said they might to with'an appropriate service, though it Railroad, to elear it of unsightly putting out a heavy bloom. county. 'Their agent Miss Albina 3904.5 sq. yd. vitrified brick._.5622.41
taken with more or less seriousness. noticeable' weeds and beautify it. Plans from In aome I.calitlearust mite has ap4 Smitn. 19 oentinually handicapped in 3904.4 lin. (t. concrete curb.,.l171.tI$ ;
Thought Deposit xorbitant was that each organization time to time have !been made to Accomplish peared on the fruit, but this Insect her efforts by her inability to reaeh 3904.5 yd. grouted pa ment.. 890.45

e The vital objection to the action lay emphasized a different phase of patriotic this purpose but from various which works on, the ,outer, surface, of the' canning club members ''but with i 19AO cu. yd. excavation.._?._.. 470.4ft
f lie said, with the amount of .the dePosit service.: Flags were conspicuous caases they have always fallen the. orange and detracts from Its ap the car at their disposal, this feature 102.9 cu. yd. concrete__-____'*.l l1"lf
required for electric light service. among the cut flowers decorating the .through. The subject; was revived' at pearance.can be easily controlled witha will be overcome., I Framing and. placing 6258.5_lin., rte

a This was exorbitant, so thought rooms and served as a constant reminder a recent rpeeting of the Board ef lime-sulphur solution. This worksno The home extension work 'is 'sup ft: ?, _..;-..:;..;.,-_-..,. 62.5S t
the )people; he repreeentea,' and manifestly ef the day. "Star Span&ledDa1ner Trade when Capt. Harry, Hunter, one injury to the bloom as s unfair.' He pointed out the fact ," "America," "Columbia the of our, most progressive, as well as sprays,and can be applied with safety. school board together with some' fed.I The-Board of Equ.lIzatlon'aecepted '
that the business men,' the hotels and Gem r.f the Ocean,"' and other, patriotic most gene-reus citizens, offered to contribute The Price of '.the diseased fruits eral support, and they take a truly' the assessment books for 'the year n
'roomiag houses and even the big concerns airs were sung and loyalty to the $100 to a fund for carrying out when, placed on the market "depreci business view of"the situation when'I 1917 as 'presented by W; I. Barber,
P which might be in the city for country was the thought made promt the work, could the lease be secured.A ates about seventy-five cents on the they'add' so materially, to the efficiency I county assessor, and fixed the tnUlage
exactly !" nent at each place of wor bip. committee was appointed to look boxwhile the cost'of spraying; should' ,of' heir efforts toward th.-na. as follow*L -- -
sanve.: At'the Baptist; Methodist and Presbyterian into the matter and present indications not'exceed ten cents on the box whjch"' tion-wide movements of greater food Assessment MiHage'

-. fluired from the smallest tenant house ; churches, a resolution was are that all\ obstacles will be satisfactory would make a neat profit to any grower. production and conservation. General r.enue$28,638" 4H

+ 1 where the city light was used,.and the voted in favor of prohibiting,waste in adjusted. 'and the work go i Lemon scab is also controlled 'by Right along this line", the County Fine and Forfeiture. 6,328 1V& ,
i law in actual operation would discrimV distilling liquor from food stuffs, and forward. this spray. Board Instructed the trustees of the Roads and Bridges.': 15,978 3 -,
V 8 against the poorer classes In a,copy was sent to Senators''Fletcher Attorney }Milton Pledger presidentof It should be prepared at the rate of St. Cloud district to allow
f Kissimmee, though it it conceded that andTr.mmell' and Congressman the Chamber of Cornmerce, already one gallon of Jlm ulphur to 45 gallons $15 to buy equipment for 'domestic Roads ?,.,..._- 37,282 7 r
lightening the burden of this class is Sears has obtained a lease from the railroad df water and should be appliedany science department..The county Special Publicity 2,663 Hi.
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agent
'' greatly to the interests of the business Atthe Baptist Church, Rev.. O. B. company to the lot lying north"-and time up to the fifteenth of this and "the teacher of the school: will cooperate School ?_ __,...;,___ 87,282 7
{i; men of any city. He saidright! Falls delivered a forceful address on southwest of the buildings. The lot month. .0: in .this t -ark and very'practi: .-
bere lay a weak point in the ordinance "World Wide Democracy." Patriotic adjoining this and forming an ell belongs cal results are looked for. . ., $137,144illSli/

:1+ -s. which was framed to prevent bad bills. music was in perfect harmony with to Mrs. Florence Savage but .It NEW BRICK ROAD LEADINGTO Erect Temporary Buildings In addition to the above nine mill
'i- The law as It now reads binds the the subject is now in litigation. It has become evident! that Kissimmee. has been assessed for state purposes.' sr
f" The Sunday-School conducted the Mrs. Savage has signified her will. POOR ARM COMPLETEDThe
council to furnish a supply of light toL."li .must soon erect an adequate high
all consumers on receipt of a'deposit service at the Christian Church a* the, ingness to have the plans put into effect '" - school building to accommodate. ''the NEW TEACHERS APPOINTED

F't o( Ten Dollar (10.00 no more, no organization is now without a pastor. and neither wilt the counsel for new' buck rond leading 'from fast InCl'easinr.-.nroliment .of -pupils. KISSIMMEE SCHOOLS
| i jt 1.... Should\ a"big concern come to Quantities o.Ct white' lilies 'decorated the contending parties offer any opposition the city limits to the poor farm was Fer come time plans have been dlfl- FOR i..

[ the city for a day or occupy a building ther auditorium, mingled with the national it is understood to thi r much: opened for travel a few days ago, and cussed looking toward this end though 'At the regular-meeting- the bounty ;
[ for a portion of 'a month, they might colors and flags. needed civic Improvement Is proving a popular thoroughfare for the. tisrve has not arrived for definite ,
school board number of
The carried out the The levels.of the railroad lot nave Monday, a
program by
i 'use a much greater amount of current autoUts. action. When this time does arrive
I *than covered by the deposit, and leave school follows: already been takea by an experienced The contractor for this road, the and that will be at no far distant date ,teacher.in the were Kissimmee appointed schools.to fill vacancies
I' the city'without recourse. In Orlando Patriotic songs by th.. 'school., engineer and a profile map will .be Georgia Engineering: Co. have apparently nothing less than $25,000 or $30,000 :
Miss of Sumter S. Cv
; 'ne stated the deposit was optionalwith { Prayer, T. M. Rivers.Reading. made at an early date which willgreatly dOl).'a good job, and EngineerJoe will fill the bill.. It; la thought by the will instruct Agnes in Bryan high.school history' '
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I : the light company and could be "Running Up Old Glory" facilitate an effort at landscape Johhstonls taking a great deal of school authorities that such a build Miss
for Emma
I ..*. exercised at'their dlacretlon.iH. Miss Grace Winn. gard8 lDg. the ,
'In it
( < pride exhibiting to the public, big-would house the high school the enaulngit.ar. will be lit
I also called attention to the fact Song "America I. Love yoUMra.. Nothing could add to the traveler and calling attention to Its! many. good high i school( the seventh and eighth Hotham. Miss-
that only about $150 of"Jumped bills"I IL M. Deyoreo. first' impressions of Kissimmee at charge Spanish.
[ qualities.' grades, the. domestic science department
Elsie Skilton of DeLaixf will teach in
I occurred during the past year and Another line ef patriotic service would this little park, and..no obstacle This road Is a little over two miles 'and the manual training... The the grade and Miss
eighth Florrie
[ should the new collector was emphasized at tlie Methodist should be allowed to stand in' the way long and was built with the seven mill old building could accommodate the
will
Wilkes of Whitman be
f i-ofl the swpplyTn case the users failed Church that of food conservation, and of carrying the plans to speedy. execution hard surface road fund. The remain. and intermediate grades. In the. sixth grad. 'While employed,these

U> 'to pay for the previous month even the pastor, Rev C. H. Summers asked .. der of this fund is being expended: In prima this can not be accomplished teacher are strangecs they Highly x

lr this email amount would be" considerably a' pledge of his congregation; to sup ther St.- Cloud road' atLibby's Hill, this year something-must be done to recommended and will.be a are aoVdition ;
great
|, < lessened.' port this movement..Tie . ,II..., Co :W. Danri. Miss Maurine where the contractors ore new at relieve the crowded grade and tern to the KlssUmnee schools.! -
t Y; Jle also mentioned the large cum of patriotic songs. which(' were Dann.. Miss- Marie Huddleston Mlas work, and Engineer. Johnston thinks porary,building,will l>e ereetod on the

s'.' 'the city's; money that'would be tied sung'fittingly accompanied the..aT. Kathleen Bearden .... .Charles, Dana there will enough of the hard surface school: ground to be used aa a laboratory The."heavy +.rain of the part week
." l .w motored to Lake Conway Wednesday.aftemooivand fond to.pave about ob. and three and the old laboratory, will be has been
i"pi JSy i.iJf _ (Continoe4 doing the street potato crop
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Two_ ........ .THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE. FRIDAY. JULY B. 1917
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i Dr.. Frederic Jacobson. SayS X15. per\ MRS 6. WI WILLIAMS 1 DRAINAGE DISTRICT WORK BEGINS ON TAFT AUGUST, 1

cent of Women Need PhosphatesTo '

Give Them Strong, ,Healthy St. Cloud DepartmentNEWS HAD GIVEN UP HOPE: of Councilman the most widely Edgar known Chapman. drainage, one .',

T Rounded Figure and to contractors in the state,, is now completing -
undertaking 'in
; Avoid Nervous Break AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER. CITY" FROM OUR ..OWNI' j Her Family W.-r.d: by Doctors county that' Involved approximately Plnellas j.,,

of I SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTt' That She Would Die and Children $60,000. It is the Lake Largo and '

Down. Thousands I Were Summoned! 'toiler, Bedsidei.Many CrosS Bayou District. < I,
r This Is one of the Insects that Women Grow Strong Mr. Chapman is retting things in ,
made the use of window and door wonderful' indorsements have shape to transfer his activities to the ,
On' Tuesday evening last the friendsof Minutes of,last meeting were read
) for In Nature's Way. Taft Drainage District in
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screens popular. Fortunately her, and been given Tanlac, but the statement Orann
Mrs. Claud Kenney gave a surprise approve ,
; ; ths mosquito .unfortunately for on her birthday, the eveningwas of the and 'Associa made by Mrs. G. W. Williams of county, where'he will be engaged on
Good
the owner of the house screens "Consider the lillics of the' field, For City Gadsden, Alabama, is in many respects a contract that will Involve J120.000.--
.. pleasantly spent in conversationand tion Remarkers made by Capt.
r 'do not prevent or destroy insects. : were remarkable as to be almost He 'plan. to begin work there about
I 'Screens hinder, but ,mosquitoeswill 11ow'They Grow. music. Those present were: Mr. Farris, Comrades Kenney and Bower, so statement the first of AU&'Ult-Plant City Cour. '
Mrs. Incredible Her complete
to get In, And once in and Frank Kenney, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Ausbaugh.' ier. -
manage The life of the lily I* but a. few J. W. Francher, Mr. and Mrs. John follows: '
feast Notice of articles lost and found.
'your bony{ they try to on week .or month Thellfe of. man 1. Houston Mr and Mrs. Seymour and "For nearly fifteen years I have had
piece of human flesh In sight. and ten." But to Collection for hall .amounting to
'every "three score years . kidney trouble I also had stomach ji
Miss Madison.
:And the trouble does not end with live one's life In Its fullness women $1.20. -
jt like the lily must be nourlehed/ by The Army and Navy 'Union held trouble and suffered from nervous TACK ar*ATT AND HIS POV B00TH u;
skin end
their boring holes in your I "those same vital elements which nature their regular meeting on Monday aft Song by the choir, and their beingno indigestion I could take no nourish Alt* PttASep WITH THIS HOUSC. ..
i flesh raising welts on your face and provide for' nourlahlng every living/ and mustered in further business, the meeting was ment except a little sweet milk, and ro/i we ptEAse evsnv PMTKON .
ernoon our,mayor as '
hands mosquitoes are well : phoaphate thing: and so these ort.n Include lacking the the valuable usual a new recruit. -* given over to Comrade Sill in chargeof would have palpitation of the heart WRer a MISTSX, OH MATRON J 1,
dlssaso
known carriers of : terms 'food we eat today. Arco-Phovphate Is Mr. Roy 'Taylor.and Miss, Cathcart social program. '\' and nervous headaches and terriblo ow T"a I "
i and should be destroyed. Use rich In these wonderful elements It 1 Music accordeon J. L. in side and back. 'I got so $raarr IltrlitY ,. .
FENOLE. ''contains them In concentrated tablet' were married on Wednesday, June 27, on by Dingle. pains my ,,
form which Is easy to take and qulekly, at the home of the bride on Minnesota Recitation by Priscilla Peckham. weak I had to tako to my bed and I ...
Fenole Is' sold in your town by: aMlmulaled and absorbed Into the system avenue in the presence of a few Solo by Mrs. Taylor., Speech by stayed there 18 months. boctors "r
W. B. Makinson Co., J. Z. Rober- and from youth to old nite build friends. The ceremony was perform- Comrade spalding. called two or three times n day, but I ..'
rebuild and brain In beautiful
I and body
; son. Waters & Carson Grocery Co. harmony with nature' perfect plan."That id: by Rev. Northrop of the M. E. A piano and violin duet by Edith kept getting worso and fell off until I I ." ,
Quarts 75c; one-half' gal.,. $1.25; '"oIlhl" Ariro-nhocphate" makes Church. We wish for the young Harrod and Comrade Worrell: was almost a skeleton ,and had to be 1.-

gallons, $2.00.Sprayers Rood NOTICE and :mu.cIcs.SYECIAI. ArffO-Phocphftte. couple a long and happy life.. Violin solo by Vivian Wheatley also turned In bed, and only weighed' 90 oN 1

common, 50c; automatic, contains the natural phosphate which Dr. Buckmaster, Ed. George, Claud played Star Spangled Banner; audience pounds. ."
100., .; thousands tg' physicians are are.crlbntt Johnson and S. J. Triplett returned on rising. "My husband spent more! than '$800 TilE SPRATT FAMILY
We manufacture: Fffnolo. Stock Ire\ dally women to build I/give up them thin 1 ,roy cheeks color-, Saturday from Jacksonville, where I, Solo by Miss Katie Claussen. trying to get me well. Finally I got Are our steady customers. Each i;
and Poultry Spray, F C' KO Flea red lip. ,and a benutlfal complexion. they were attending tho Press Asso- Solo by-Mr. Krause.All eo; bad I was told that I could live onlya palate belonging to the kiddies or t'
Router, Kreolis Disinfectant, Pow- Many cars have been reported wherewomen ciation. of the above were heartily en. few days. I believed, of course, thatI the grown-ups'finds a morsel that .i
'Floor Oils hnvf"+ Increased their weight Mr and Mrs. J. I. were to' die, and told.niy hUh their meal time.
dered Disinfectant from 15 to 25 pound* with" a few week Cummings cored and favored us with. a second was going pleases If you'rea f;
Cedar Oil Polish, Sweeping Com- treatment.ninl any woman who desiree; the. guests on the 4th of Mr and. Mrs. and third selection. band to telegraph Thomas.vilje! ) N. C., vegetarian keep out of this shop l-.
pound, Liquid Soap. Agents for a well rounded and developed form' Levi! Shambow.Mr. The last was a comic) play, by the for ifiy son and to Atlanta and Birm or the appetizing appeal of our | \1 \
Toilet Paper, Paper Jowls, Drinking new should drug secure which from la Inexpennlve her druxxlat.and this I* 'George Algred Gardiner, manager St. Cloud Calithumpian Quintette. Mr. ingham for my other children. choice meats will cause you to do a ,'//I
.y. Cups, Etc. Ask for samples. and prices. nr
I I supply.,borntorlfK you ., 10 oKriyth U.flOt St.the,. Atlanta Argo, Macon, Ga. spent a few days last with banjo, Comrade Spaulding with begged father to get me Tanlac. He 1 -k s
(la", And they will end .you & two I week visiting his parents Mr. and Utmborine, and Byron Sill with guitar, went 'right down to Vance's Drug
week treatment by return mall. Mrs. Seymour Gardiner of the "Oaks" and a vouno ladv s ivin; .r. a irhH.! daises Store and got me a bottle. I began .j(
fenole-ChemicaKo ..1'_ ...... -, i i'I' i n : .aaeWgaanl"aves; .._ .r.L.ii' "Yi1l/tl.,0I.I/ : figtttll+iri'atkkh-Ybr *Iddlil4ittMidegl. 'leetltF" -.:dl,; .tWl\4r.tXIIWi.,' IJ; J bi'M.eOQddIl1'.LhJItan : , i|'-Ciiy' Markct-j
:' :? Magnolia Balm Mr. end Mrs Alonzo Vincent left fit ending for a very good prog-ranf. to get hungry and asked for some ,j '
J on Thursday to spend some time with Comrade Sill and each one did their, thing to eat. They gave it to me, andit "
TAMPA,' FLA. j UQUJDFACEPOWDER.The friends and relatives In Ohio. part well and woe certainly are'grate agreed with me, and I have boeneating' 'j,
... If Mrs., Sanborn of KisBimmee"[ since. short timeI
; ; 4 : spent ful for their entertainment. ever, After a :
beauty secret of the 4th the, guest," of Mr., and Mrs. President appointed leaders for July got so I could eat anything I.w-anCpd. , e' 1
Womenwho know howto George Barber on Massachusetts, ave as follows First Saturday, Comrade and just as much':4s I Wanted: "' Free v

take care of the com nue.' Spaulding; Second, 'Mrs. Kenney; "After this I improved right along, .
MrTILLERReal ; plexion. Cannot be Miss Mittle May, who has been visiting Third, W. C..T. U. Adjourned to meet and it wasn't any time hardly beforeI 48
detected her brother's famliy at' Knox. Saturday, July 7th. J. L. BROWN, was out of bed. It Just'leemed like >
Heals Sunburn
|, state Agency. ville, Tenn., returned hereon Satur-, Secretary. the more Tanlac I took the better I Page :

4, ........-...................., .r'A': cooling,atop, refreshing.Tan. Soothing, day evening last. I got, end I ''have actually gained 48 ,
r r n Dr. L. C. Riddle and wife, who have I Misses Eda L.: Epple and Ella Mc- pounds in weight. I sleep good now, Boob (:
Realty bought and sokL / yJ..VzUia ...w-.IW been visiting relatives in 'St. Louis, Allister spent Tuesday evening with and am not nervous any more like I
** to MtftfaMASasapl
;i Houses rented. (eitKar color) for Zc.r Stamp. Mo., returned to their home here on Mr. and Mrs. George Barber on Massachusetts was. Yes, I 'feel almost as well as I ,
Taxes and Titles Sunday.The :. avenue. ever felt in my life end am doing
.
verified
t paid Lr* Mfs.C.., 40 5..d.Filth s..Broo&bi.N.Y.OIIRSO' brick is all here and the curbing Mr. Stewart of the Shaker Colony, nearly all of my housework and milk It"t' ,

for non-residents. is being laid for our new streets. and Mr., Krause left. on Thursday for the cow and churn the r.iilk. &
+' Fire Life and Accident In The Epworth League of the M. E. New York.; "After I got able to go about, I ';
Church held a picnic at the lake fronton Patriotic visited daughter, Mrs. Short, at
.' .surance.: services were held in the my :.,' f
Indemnity Bond.. the 4th. M.: E. Church, Sunday morning in Ensley, Alabama, and have just returned T.: ..
place of the regular opening exercisesand from a trip to the store. I ,

t ................. ......... FflBJIR Veterans' AssociationThe after Sunday Sschool, a flag was don't do anything but talk about Tan .
Veteran Association met at 2 unfurled to the breeze by the Boy lac. All of my neighbors are talking "The Modern Methodof
1 .4.0.0.0... ... . >0 . .... p. m. in Memorial Hall. ,President Scouts. Rev.. Northrop preached a about it, too, and think it is wonderfulhow
Kenney called to order promptly and Very interesting military sermon at this medicine has helped me." Walls I
: opened by singing ''America,*' followed 11 a. m., and a camp fire'was held in T-antac Is sold in Kissimmee by J.J ,Decorating ;

j : 'C.W.OIIFFINStaple SELLS by prayer by Kev. Song by the choir < preaching service. "* by Seminole Pharmacy; and in Ken- Information and pl'acdcaleua...' j:-

... Fire, Life, Accident and 'ens -- ansville, Fla. flestlons of the latest and best T:
- -- -------------- ---------- --- --- Idea. the
BACK io HOME AND MOTHER SIGNIFICANT on decoration of Interior
and FancyGROCERIES ." f_ FACTS IN CONNECTION down in the system of higher education walls and ceilings. It,
Health Plate? Glass, Liability If'any one is under the impression EUROPEAN WITH THE GREAT at the opening of the war'was a shows a number of rooms la ",
WAR
j that the position of councilman is always grave mistake. This country must colors designed by" leading art.
and Boiler Insurance. avoid the gap in this generation upon tats, giving exact specifications it\
enviable and that his ,
j an one The Kaiser '
is the who
man started for '
which nation
the must depend obtaining harmonious
:; strewn "!
path is with :roses, this impression the war,' Serna,is the
Legal Bonds Executed country where for leadership. This gap must be color effects with "
would bar corrected attending the ,
by
-
-1 Free Delivery to all pub | the h..ld' war was started. kept filled if we are to .hold the .
of
just one meetings by There .
are six letter. in each of .
Same Needed. ground in business industry science 'o :
of the City Day these worthy officials. these words, and if written together and the professions., Don't send, the, e f
Last Tuesday night.at the councilhall and divided
in halves, these two halves of '
boys and girls'out the state. Our JI'J-fl.M: '
a pathetic scene was enacted will also spell "Kaiser" and "Servian ;
state"institutions are Just as good as
when: poorly clad woman with a JJf
OFFICE: State Bank / a t,
BuildliK
in the south.
any Keep the young peo-
baby in her arms appeared beforethem SER .. "
Y asking for assistance to reach SERI)' VIA ple'in our home colleges. Help to build "The'Modll'n, ; Durable Sanitary "
aDFIJ1IEMEQY .
her 'mother In Georgia. +.- \. 'ff paq up' stato; pride. Keep your means at Flat Oil Finish." fIt

: 56 troublJNE She was a frail woman showing The greatest man-in- Franco;;:; )*:'Jof, home, by patronizing' home institu oora*In whit.ad 94 deep rich .

DOSB WILL QNVIKI> 4 C. F. THRASHER every evidence of lack of nourishingfood fre, commander! the.French.tijApply bone! i velvety color wtxiob do no* fad.

SHE El METAL WORKER' which substantiated the story the., same.... ;rule"as above and we have&i' l\''..:Sohn'" '" Lyons row,located' 'at Ral- Ask I...free book or write for It to
''
Call Stones, Cancer ana Ulcers of the told of her busband's desertion and re ';, '' '' '>!':'' ', ''''' ;)'" "
c Stomach and Intestines, AutoIntoxication Metal Roof. Pat on and fusal to provide-.for-hcrsclf and their JOFIFRR bitt's Island in Lake Kissimmee,. was rcssttc-Csslkcrl Cs.ise.laslaviUe Kl.

Yellow Jaundico, Appendicitis Guaranteed, child, saying: "He just won't work." FRE I NCI in town Tuesday! I Ins
She told of selling the shoes from ---- Osceola Hardware Go.Kusimmee w
and, other fatal ailments result from PHONE ''..R KISSIMMEE. FLA .
off her feet to buy food; then of doing Germany claims to be the most cul- Quinine That Doss Not Attest TIle HtttBecatme
Stomach Trouble. Thousands of without till the city provided some tivated nation In. the wrold and this of III tonic end,laxatlv effect. LAXATIVE FI.. ,
Stomach Sufferers owe their com T. M. RIVERS. M. D. groceries; of her husband's desire fora super-culture is termed "Kultur." BROMO. QUININE better thin ordinary i i

plete recovery to Mayr's Wonderful divorce, and said: "That will be all Turkey has the I least "kultur;" apply Quinine rrnrio In and head doe Remember not esuse the ncrvouines full name and nor
Hemedy. Unliko any other for Stomach PHYSICIAN and SURGEON right with me if I can only:: pet backto the/ same rule. trek t Ailment. Office over Osceola Pharmacy my mother," and She asked the
For sale by J. Z. Ro- t
'
Phone .Residence II council to give her a ticket to her KUI. TUR -- -- -- a
'Jberson and druggists everywhere Office 1{.. Georgia home. TUR KEY,

The fretting baby, the nervous, ill-
M her THE >< Used for Years '
looking woman relating story'of KAISER'S NUMBER Twenty
.
misery, were extremely touching 'andthoujt'h -- .
f the city fathers could not If the. word Kaiser is written Always has given: .aUI'a"tlon. fled Cross Liver
If1&\ :Medluln la one of the d"pendllbl.tlm.' / .
grant her the money through the with each letter followed by the num- n dl.*. All over the South i>M rel1ev.d ufferra" rem from
city's coffers as there is, no fund for ber of its place in the alphabet, and 1 nill*...... I/lvrr ('...l.I.t
that purpose, they generously took upa after these numbers is placed the sig- i omlreaeea lllll... tolle llheuaatl.. !>.t..
Sick .d.rh.. ,
collection among themselves. Spectators nificant numl/or 6, we have astir U/apejpaia Soar basses
added to this amount and the K-11-6 "wl' ,
Red
Cross
sum of $15 was raised to cover the A16 I.... Liver Medicine
cost of her ticket and incidental expense I- 9-6 ,..,,, Purely vegetable' ; doer not lichen. Slid in powder
esuaa..e.u.lI form; may be used diy or dully mode Into ..liquid.The .
.
8-19-6 .
'II'1,1 Z .. ... .efle4Cr..sLiv.rttfedlel.eler.dse.lyby
The''marshal was instructed to pur- E- 6-6 fun_! fA CASH itltOS DRUG ()JO., Inc.. Jacksonville, PI !;t
*
_........
'
--- chase her ticket and assist her in get' 818.6666The 29 Ce.<. a bee. .( mrmntmtm ... Im ..ro' ........ y
ting her belongings 'On the night train. .r *>.....I4 from t.. ....( are elarcrs.Only ;;I
Mrs. Johns was not a resident of the Kaiser's num ';')
city, only having come here month ber.

ago. Also note that when the Kaiser started ,.
'
the war: he was 66 years and 6 \ '
months old 666 months, which again I .,1
fixes the Kaiser's ::

A MERCILESS JUDGE, established this fact number.you will be Having inter- Soils Free From Acid

ested in reading from the 13th Chapter ,
VLL 1a of Revelationsthe 4th, 6th and ,
i
: L One Who Shows No Favor. 18th- verses Can Produce 100 Cent
A merciless judge is- Father Time.' 4. And they worshipped the dragon per Crops } '

Before him the weak and the wantinggo which gave power unto the beast; and . i

a to the wall. Only the truth can they worshipped the beast, saying, With a shortage of food facing the nation'I f'l
stand. For years the following statement Who is like unto the beast? Who is. not only should every (cultivated crops piece of land be I: '
t t from a' St. Cloud resident has able to make war with him? planted, but, every acre-should! be made '
\\ ;1' l'' withstood this sternest of all tests. 6. And there,was.given unto him a Its limit of productiveness to yield : ,
Mrs. A. Clemens, Illinois Ave., St. mouth speaking these thing' and blasphemies
1 ** Cloud, Fla., says: "Some years ago ; and power was given 'unto :Most Florida soils are acid or,sour, and'even I' ;N
FTSK on your tire is a: my kidneys became disordered, and him to continue forty and two months. though liberally fertilized cannot yield maximum r
guarantee from that time on, I suffered untold 18. Here is wisdom. Let him that crops. until this condition is corrected '

agony.' The last five years it became' understandeth count the number of Good ground limestone removes Y
x that you have the greatest so acute that at times I was not able' the beast; for, it is' the number of a potash and other plant foods, and increases acidity,the releases rnois-

to get out of bed. I had pains in my man; and his number is six hundred, ture-holding.capacity of the soil ,

'dollar-for-donar value that it is back, headaches, and dizziness, and three-score and six, (666)). I
,- sometimes I was so lame that I wasn't
able to walk. I C could not stoop over SEND. YOUR BOYS AND GIRLS TO Mefferts Ground Limestone

,possible to buy. When you pay very well and if I did, I could hardly HOME COLLEGES Lea
,
get up again. My limbs -
were rwo -. --

more: than) Fisk prices you pay doe len sometimes This suffering' to twice made their me terribly natural In another', of)oluml\- the we publish announcements Increases, Crop! Yields_ X. J.
University of
down-hearted. Several boxes of Boon's + For the next few every 'l
yearn extra hamper of,
for something that( .doesn't. exist Kidney1'Pills put me 'in such good Florida' and of the Florida State Col vegetables bushel of corn or box of fruit produced ,
health that I was able to do my hoeswork ekge for Women.: These two stats' institutions will bring big money. The liberal use of Mefferts ,

and felt better in- every way/, are'' strong and vigorous LIme'IDal' mean increased profits of. hundreds of @ _,
t'Fbic After Passing Years public institutions maintained as apart J .dollars. '- . :

T6a'or.Saf. Bli ? AT A LATER DATE Mrs. Clemens of the public school system for The time to apply It fs now., If you have not al' '
.said "I have no reason to change, free higher education of the young drescryiptir.rboooklet-so at ones. Send for prices and
z my high;opinion of Doan's Kidney 1 men 'and women of Florida. Catalogs ,, Ask,. for any',other information .
.
J. J. Graff in'sGarage' Pills.. I still endorse them' and, conI and book of views will be sent ,on [you need. Write today, ; "_ '
: firm the statement I gavo ,praising application to the presidents, of these : ., :
.
them'several years, ago/"! institutions.- - ;
'a' ; ;Kissimmee, FltW* Price' 60c. at all dealers: Don't The importance! of keeping in schoolgirls ::FloridaLime: Co:, >*

t 1 simply ask for a kidney remedy-ret and the boys: not subject to. selective ".. 11
:: : "
S r Doan's Kidney Pills-tho same that; draft.is a matter of the'great Ocala: Florida), '

I Mrs. Clemens ,had Forte -MilbCo. ern est'' moment. Great Britain[ and I ,, '!11.4 't,

,.. ",MfgrLv' Buffalo.. N. Y, J/ France. ,are. now' realizing. that tIM let-. " '"'

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THE':KISS1MMEE VALLET: : GAZETTE .'FRIDAY JULY 1 *T. (- .
. a ; i, >17 .JdD

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Serve Your at every '''lock: ;.relieving'the railroads mind after the;i ,w..r is over in every

I ( THE FORUM" I that much.: -would be a most valuable European country, for export purposes. V .
adjunct. :It would give access around This will be the. most practical V

. Country the most ,inhabited part of our broad way to help rebuild those\ mar destroyed V "
I', Tfte Favorite Storm Kuulmmem;
GOVERNMENTAL CONSTRUCTION land. European countries and not ., of f' '
Now as topeso. 'conditions.- There the blind rush homeward where this
'
it
OF CANALSTo le. no time to deal with that, excepfto long continued' war has caused so '
i say we have'a million or so' acres much destruction especially in draft V
... --- waiting for the hand of the worker', animals which have to be replaced! as

,. the Editor of the Valley Gazette: I we' are in a more than pristine state. quickly as po.stblsdter, the war is. FURNITURE :
: j May I ask a little'space to answera I have no wish to disparage the work over. : .
that has been already done; the roads, This (is'my modest l suggestion to' my .
question or two; asked on the
me the groves, the homes and the flowers countrymen and to other foreign born
? streets anent the question raised on tell their own. tale It la the wilderness populations of the United States.

the governmental construction of in that has) not been under, the Very respectfully: yours,

.terstate canal construction T currycomb that I am after. Let us GEZA BOSZORINCZS. HAVE lit!
see something whilst we are still alive -WE
Said one, "Old man it will be time
and if we can make a dollar or two WANTS CITY PARK I
I ''RAISE. :MORE TO EAT tofool with canals and internal construction whilst we are doing it* all the-better, .
when-this war is over. The As to the to build Chicago HI Juno '18 .-.' '
SAVE money and maintain ._ 1917. .: :
( WHAT '
YOU RAISE is the
coutry hysterical on war. question it? Well thofs another matter Mr.. W. B. Harris & Co.-
t...__..A.. .. 1.=s41.e.ir and you could not hire a yellow I have something to say about but I ,
To the ,that live in the beautiful '
-rlIel., dog to get up interest about anything am exceeding my space and until, someone city people of_ Kissimmee believethat I* coaaecties) with er Hardware lice.we carry '-.Lie''

.I..... N. )s. O. r.*Bs..-D**>t. .*. else Just now"I else shows signs of waking up it's we Eae ., faraitnre. We Make a specialty of :eej&tti
your'city should have kesaes as4reEabla
i...... .. ''t-_ reply: Perhaps it is not so faraway a public ,
.e ir.rlnt..r ,
J..b..vw .... c.r.c from the war question as you WILLIAM M. BOWRON parkcity( park). This. is one of the ...sidle .
: .. seem to think-and for these reasons: greatest blessings ever placed..in the
T he' situation-so far as the war is lCissimmeeJun 8th 1917. city where we can all go and meet
'" '. Bone Phosphate concerned centers in Europe for the P. S.-But building canals to meet together on common ground. Especially Bed Room Furniture Dining

What is meant. by the term "bone present. It is not a mere question' of conditions that might arise, is the essence is this true in Florida, where the ,

phosphate The words would, indicate taking so many yards of trenches or of preparedness.. God of Nature has seemingly openedthe Room Suits ..Kitchen Outfits Par-
,
killing so many men or holding this or very windows of Heaven and ,
it was phosphate from, animal that position; there are danC"l'spotl SUGGESTIONS FOR DEVELOPING poured out her blessings.Now lor Suits Odd Chairs Rockers '
bone, but it ia claimed by some that everywhere, changing from day today OSCEOLA COUNTY WITH Ihope we may get togetherand ,

it coven all tricalcium: phosphate. -At present the danger spot isRussia. FOREIGN LABOR start the ball to ,.rolling.. I am a Couches ,Etc. r

; Please five a"thortty.An.werl I Russia, with freedom lit the --- man of public sentiment and am readyto .. .
r air.. and a people who do not know work with you to makff Kisslmmee
The term "bone phol.phate" I Afew modest suggestions (In the Interest

'' how.to use'it will be a danger spot still more' beautiful. I have been living
means tricalcium phosphate till it settles down to a fixed policy, of the development.of Osceola in Chicago for twenty-five yean slim Is
store
natural makiaf record far Ga 1f fa! Ike Matter eflelpLsf
whether this phosphate is from the county's rich resources by Inducing .
and with strength to it out. doing all kind of league work, and jre '
actual animal bone sold as raw This as far as"we,carry at this distancecan the foreign-born population to expect to locate in your town. in a people te tit ...... c..d., Oar pikes are V
groundbone, bone meal ;ground learn is hardly the case at'pres- take up lands and engage in general short time. '.

f steamed bone or 'under any of thee ent. They have dethroneed the former farming: in Osceola county. You da not have to accept any of r
various namesthe various tankages Dear Editor;. Having spent more ideas but will
emperor, imprisoned the best soldier my give you a chance
.... or other animal products having i in'Russia-the Grand Duke; the countryJbasJnttmal I than eighteen years in Ihe most denset o. We.want to make our town second riffctTOOLS "

'pAeapkata aaidasontcativn. boAeuu.' lsck.,.,, > tension.and will .be ly populated and most prosperous to none. We will'be tax, payers. FOR, : V
[ : :
which is the charred animal bone from dangerous until''I.Ite'ltrorig"hhrid"""!''a.stabliahed. mining t: ; and .lactory districts ..of theUnlted'Sttet'andhavinrbeen there and will do our part. ENGINEERSV.

sugar refineries; or the regular phosphate . < ; a-t-osU ...rmU'.ml Jj! ELy". .. ".,_ .
dint of those districts of the United - ,o' ;=:
rock. Less than ten
the expression bone phosphate years of lime ago soldiery The country I. amenable Is torn to by Outside factions influences the States I know from my past experience Chicago,June 23rd. 1917. tl. ratter"whiE' Uad'of:a. E.ia.?"" bave-Cav..'"Stwrrt
foreign .
was very' much more common .than 1 except the Cossacks. ) and there with the born populationthat I Mr. W; B. Harris;. 'Railroad or Stationary Eafiae-we ..n"udI. Iks Toels yes
atrtbe present time.: The'regular fertilizer is, at'all times ''.' 'and-well they gladly would engage ta seed .ia work Wreach Hasaniers Oilers '
lists all ; strong- farming on richly productive' soil of :Dar Sir-In the Valley Gazette of your everyday **, etc:!,
price with
were out
put '
the analysis of tankage giving the organized pro-German clique comprise Osceola county, if they could be enlightened June 15th you have an rrtlcla about a aO of tke best quality aaor workinantaip, aad at price that wffl ,

ammonia and bone ing some of the of'the inner more circle influential, now out members of- and informed, by .publications park. At the time "wrote you abouta surprise yea. The store ku tks reputaties..of kaadliig only

content.. This was not Intelligible to power but in the workings of politics in the newspapers which are park In' Kissimmoe I did not know hardware that is of superior quality and yea will Make_.. ... .
printed in their native tongue in'reo that any other person was thinking _. .
the general and has been -
changed to phosphoric grower acid.but today then liable would to (ret back at any, time. What gard to the favorable opportunities.offered about it. Am very triad: to know thatI I take ia c.mIng hers NOW and inspecting ear Wf stock.
happen No knows
in all wholesale deals, quotations and but.if it took. the form,of one definite, to them by sales are made absolutely on thebone .. Ihave some suggestions to offer.you,
ida.My
separate peace between Russia and idea is to awaken their interest hoping' that' get some good
you may
phosphate of lime content, whether of the Entente the
tankage, raw phospfirte rock or Powers immediate ef by sending samples of the farm products out of them.
any fects would be ,
far-reaching. As
soon of Osceola I hags had of exQerience in Osceola Hardware
other material carrying tricalcium could county to those business years Company
be
as they transported million .
a
< "phosphaU. and half soldiers held places with,whom 'theseVforeign park and landscape work. 4
a now prisoners
If you question the practice of commerce in Russia would I b returnedThese born immigrants are in closest touch Twenty acres of land would be a

reliable authority then referto are not and In whom they have the most confi very small tract of land to start with. .. ._ __ h. .. __ _ .'u .. _
Webster's Dictionary and look at mere green cannon fodder as dence.: Fore example the steamship 2. We would want room for the
have been
Ii' they delicately termed by .
.J':: the definition of.,"bone, phosphate." German ticket agenc-ies. foreign exchangesand play grounds..
humorists but, trained 'soldiers ,
Iii:: The practice has its foundation in two banks which are conducted most .3. Wee might want to put in a. coo. t.
ways--all tricalcium phophate is of captured in the warfare possibly ly by a class .of intelligent foreign 4. We .will surely want a lagoon for Wbssisvor y.'Neecla1J nu n.IG.

I iY. identically same chemical composition month's not in the best,condition, but witha born immigrants in the most prosperous 1 boating. Take Grove's. J. W. THOMPSON r
F' whatever itslOUI'ee and besides the feeding GermanAustrian'arm.valuable additions factory and mining districts of 5. We may want "fancy fish pond. The Old Standard'Grove's'Tasteless

this it is the generalb.fief of those to the United States. 6. We should have a water lily pond. chfll.Tonia is equally valuable as.a
1. And
her there would be the feed The this There dozens of different varieties General Tonic because it contains the
j..' who have given the matter' greatest materials accessible. Wheat oats majority foreign born are Funeral DirectorAND
population, Hungarians Slavonians of these lilies. well known tonic propetlesoQUININR
Ii- study that the phosphate rocK is of barley and other food materials would ,
.. bone origin-that in ages past the be Bohemians Roumanians, Poles,. Bulgarians 7. We will want a conservatory and and IRON. It seta oa the Uver. Drives
) animal bone 'was dissolved in at.hand from what has been called and Austrians have been farmers other buildings.These . oat Malaria Enriches the Blood and vLICENSED
water
and later, precipitated in these phos- the Granary. of' Europe, (in .Centra'Russia. or farm laborers in their native are not all the things that go Builds up UM.W:+ole System.. 90 cents. {
would
'. .There be no ocean to countries. .They have with but should be 1'
phatic deposits. Croslt to get information a park we twenty EMBALMER
_. to would be.. just across the. road by reliable parties about the years getting' all these things that j. TROVILUON; M. rx, V
i Worn in Squash'Vines --so speak. productiveness of the land ia Oaceola would not be at all surprising... Special Attention toCANCER .

1' 41.+ What can I do to get rid of s,'worm in.And The there's.where shock ,of having we would the eastern come county' and about the too many favorable The' point. X wish to make is get GOITRE TUMORS and Store and.Chapel, Stewart .Ave.W. +"
that. i opportunities which offered plenty of ground to start with. May DISEASES OF THE SKIN.
eats into the vines of my I _diverted to the are ..
army west, with new them this alt"take hand and work to the end ( IDNi.mM. na;
squashes :reinforcements fact by pioneer county For my we Orlando Office: -Boardman Building
Answers'! You'will.find it quite difficult ' .thilr would doubling part.If,1 had a chanoe to make trip of beautifying city and make it atolla-In. J .
make
to control the worm that is eat"Ing' ''I.h. French strength and, Entente the Brit and eee them in the Pittaburg j and the most attractive: part In the south. Whiter Park Office{ : -Z to 4 and e

{'. into the stems of your squashes. on the defensive Powers, fall Cleveland industrial' centers. I am I We have a,, good road system. Why to 8 p. m. .sepl 6mo pd '
All squash cucumber melons,>Xftta- strength to the utmost., and We tax would their quite sure that I would be able to in. not a good park .'B. Crawford toll 'Leo'JarreU *:

loupes etc., should be kept .covered doubtedly.be called on ,for .material eras duce many of the aboVe named foreign .Yours truly. -- CRAWFORD ft: JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW

I with a: Bordeaux-lead-arsenate spray I>>)p. ,And we'd rive it.: Of course, born immigrants,to come down with .P. H.. MENELEY, LEWIS OBRTANATTORNETATLAW'
from the.time they begin to run so as we'd be with me, and after looking: over the rich,, 12138 Normal Ave., .
to prevent any fungous disease and to knowledge unpnparecl.l.aay of the so full black prairie lands in Osceola county West PollmsnllL : Offices 4, 5. 6, and 7 Cittxens: .

1"-:: kill off. the earliest worms. Each that.is in action speeding up do policy take up some of it for general farmIng Bank, BalldtngKtsdmme .

worm that matures makes.200 or 800 know the details.although.I But the Germans not purposes ,1 have plenty of expert Drive Oat MalarIa.Builds Up System WaringBuUding., : '. ,TloiUsv
worms for the next generation,. and would be in the market and would ence in this lino as,I have worked in TbtOU..... ttntn' MmirtbMUajMfaia .. .
there three b* the past as a land and have Induced a_.:- TASTELESS chill T(>>IIc:.drives oat j jrtcbn .
can easily be at least gen' furnished from Russia, with agent ; .' ,,*,i *, ',". V' *'..,: I.. ,
copper those . Uw blortM*t >)d>op UM wjntan. A V '\tv
erationa in the life of the After foreign born immigrants
plant.
hemp sine and the OK..W.W. CARSON. "
other !SOo.
essential aDd clalJdna.
materials a tree toUc. Pordsta -
FOR
the worms become quite numerous i ir it of U-boat' .construction and to take up lands and buy farms in the 'RENT
J. is t almost Impossible to kill,them all state of Michigan in Muskegon and in DENTIST
would reciprocate for "
.;y. because they can get inside the plant In 'Warfare by a fleet our little of vessels attentions,to r other in counties, and have been successful Kisslmmee.1,000 V acres" of' .Sweet Potatoes Rooms Houses unfurnished unfurnished and and furnished.furnished. Office over'PUlej.. Building. e
tissue where no poisons can reach creating anice Hungarian settlement .
.
the Danube and the Turkish waters Ofnoo.H..ra: -11. t-t.Offle
fr;. The best thing you can do now is to would give them free around. Nunica. and Coopers- Also city properties farms citrus, 'Phon Its R..ldeaoe 'Pb._"IV.
access to the Mich. and trucking and gracing. lands fer sale. 0" Aamlolatcrad for Bxtraetloa at *
ville .
pray with arsenate of lead at the rate Mediterranean fleet and then nqt far from Muskegon ; ,
dodging Clear YourComplexion
T..tb
., .' of three pounds to fifty gallons of the English fleet, which Heights where ray Hungarian
: water, or two good full teaspoonfulsto able to do we would have them they on seem this countrymen, )have bought- farms and I THE., ELITE REALTY I PARLOR ..

' :t! a gallon.. side and it is conceivable have provon! themselves. to be the] with This '
that fog MRS. SUMMERS KRIBBn 3TBBD'KRIBBS !
would right kind settlers. and successful Manager. Q. r. W. 1.:

Poison For Bud WormsIn out of enable the Kelt the Canal German and navy win over to get to farmers, although they had to con i Old ReliableRemedy 207 Bass St.. cor.' Brack N.. KUalmmee & STUD

what proportion should I mix American water: tend with many hardships from the -. Two.. blocks north of Christian church. ATTORNEYS AT LAWbusiness '

the aresnate of lead powder and lime Florida would be'an ideal place for beginning;, prices being', in those . aU'Itlnlb
Legal or'
., for bud worm in corn? ". When. should an airship base. The cone of, action times quite low for all kinds of; farm .4", HANCOCK1SULPHURCOMPOUND girlsprompr
attention.
products.,,, : e
the application be made? for the heavier ships Would from "
Answer We do not advise that arsenate Battens northward.: be., My plan Is to form an InternationalColonization" Pat J.ha.ton 'O. p.', Garrett Office 11 and 11 atal.Bank Blaav '

!" of lead,powder be mixed with We would in that case possibly, Company! and to advertise JOHNSTON & CARRETTATTORNEYATLAW .I' KiulmmeeFlorlda.. 4

lime as lime is offensive to all insects but not at this moment, probable; be the great opportunities which are V .
On the other hand. % you mix it with the undoubted objective. We kin offered by Osceola county for the intending Per vtaffe*. btarfc fcMiW. ecld.41C4W.erirrSrNtr.M PtJee Cared In 6 to 14 pay '
flour at the rate of about three parts money. The Central Powers settler in all the newspapers ...-. wits Offlce..10. 11' and 12 ,CiUtens Baal yes
are ... .
pro <
wU body Wvr..csa. w dranrM win rHud U PAZ
flour to one of arsenate of lead pow tically bankrupt, and we are the published in the different foreign lanes tit 1IcI Miac nv-M.-... WUoa. ....... M.. ... 'Buildine II I. RNr tall t*m ..rc mousy.M el Itch..... ....
.......d..ttaby. 1M ,. b.arse.Pplawa51V55aa.dAsst.. .
and a Nw
the advise much more ef .' -_ . e tory mining centers of the- United met c4UMPkMldaM row INubIe aaa e Nw tar Mmes .. . . SOS. 4
fective.' We application to .Now a canal not navigable : States..
by: lei '. fcerM Nat MMiar to _.I Hi.
made at the'time one soes the bud going reseals-defensive I am'.nxiou.-to place articles in \Mt.sr.cUv MMilniria fc-. R. '
by draining1 C. A.
-. worm doing; damage. There would be their-newspapera to enlighten them 0......S err ...,.....1.N.i's ., CARSON President. NJC: }RYAN. Secretary. r 91i
nothing gained in going over a. corn that not by rushing home after the bake ea.a ,. .. -

.field until you saw there was need of SPRAY FOR RUST MITES Into present terrible war struggle. is over B -- toMkfaCOMPOUND.. ItS HANCOCK... .........SULPHUR u.ahsadth The 'Waters, & 'Carson
\ their native countries
It, but prompt action should be taken '- European al nr.rwaHl kw.si rroe.sa -
when this need is first discovered. could"they be helpful in building up ,
.. \ (By:W. W.,Yothers Bureau. of Entomology their \ u fIN baths
t It is particularly necessary that no )I war destroyed native lands but '. new d..al.t'.. W h.. .....i.wlr'
budworm be,allowed to survive-for Although.it.V has.been months much rather If they join together and .... kl..-*.4 Ik. rrlc taw m...=
y the earworm is the later generation since-- the fracas in many form companies for the purpose of engaging *Mr..M4 VM a kMtf*.rWSUMCOCK Grocery :
February thereseems In-the settler I industry and .. Company
and you know how very much damagecan to be. the general impression uotn somnm. tit
raise of cowrAJIT.'i.
worms can do In afield and the that this plenty good cattle milk cows,
.climatic
totallexterminated
utter Impossibility of controlling them all the cataclysm rust mites in the y )"OkAt.oJen.: as draft in 'all animals, which aremy '' ......V'a.er. q4. o.wtl..d '?
with Since popular European countries .-w J
any application. one budworm state. is "- Mr-IIr rM Mr .
.This only
1' will partially correct and which will be in great des . Wholesale and Retail Dealers in .. tiGROCERIES
make some 200 or 300 ear It is a c.rtainty'that this pest war - >v, .. -' . . ', .' ; t' .
worm, if allowed to develop, you can largelx/cfrozen.to death and in addition 7SI.
.see what a great good work you are 'it suffered a severe set-back by '

doing in getting after' the bud worm. the defoliation of the trees. '.,

SI very thoroughly. At the time of the freeze there were .FOR SALE CASH PREFERRED ." j
millions of rust mites present and --- .
per.haps' j
YES! LIFT. A CORN, '- .. w -
in
one one a' hundred survived.
r. OFF. *WITHOUT PAIN In all counties that did not experiencea : One' block of.,Five Lots in South Part of Town:: ''250 .

temperature lower than twenty degrees .foot front 208 foot'depth' Rich Muck . 0'. . . ... .. ... . .. . . .. ... ,. .. .'. 0-..
: Sol; adapted for '
.
Cincinnati Authority; Tells I How tot defoliation was not complete. In : 4> .

a a, Dry, Up a Corn or Callus .So. It these sections of the) state the rust Banana or Truck Growing. Eighteen inch fall to city WE SELL 4> WE. BUT. .
mite now after'nearly five months In 0 .
Lifts Off With Fingers.:' which to multiply, is present in great ditch.: ;: Make your home. pay .for itself. t 0 HAT '. .. +

numbers..,In fact It,I.,as abundantnow .
You orn-pestered men and women as 1s -usually the case for this. Apply :VALLEY 'GAZETTE. 0' GRAIN .HIDEt, : ;
need suffer,no longer..Wear the shoes season ef the y ar.' .1 V i FURS 4 '. .

that nearly.killed you ..before, says .The, government .eatimate..for the 0 FERTILIZERS: .. .' T
this Cincinnati authority: because a citrus crop (40 percent,, oranges) is 0 .. . V. WOOL .0
"'' few-drops of freezone applied directly much:greater than many-people bad : SHINGLES. ,. ... .';;... ; i
: : :
:.,i(*. on a.tender, aching com or,J:callus thought possible.. It IB therefore advisable' .' AND >'TV' ,,0o '

T .stops soreness at once andoon..l the to'sprayJn: order to; keep it .Q' FLOYDDesJeffa ORANGE..BOXES'. V : 'rORANGEWBAPB

corn or hardened callus loosens so itcan bright. The..extraction &:flee tree's ; ::8'.... . ALLs : ' .

be liften. out,root and. all, 'without -. life-by \Jie'OTa1oL..the..p} is also .. .. . h... ,.,
pain.. of the greatest importance. The pres* J > -. COUNTRY , ...V "\
7A small bottle of "treesone costs eneejDi several billion mites on a tree .'' -VEGETABLE CRATESe ... ,. ,.
little at drug store, but .will *X 'coiuci .
very any : certainly does it much harm. iIf -' r -
ran positively. take off every hard or soft u spraying is to be done; the sooner' l :'Groceries;. .Y1 q il n:4td;Fee d .. CRATE NAILS '* I IW..fr. .,.V .r w

or callus This should be tried, the better,*,. : ,*< w a .
w corn wijl; ,I* for theo tree and '. > : M
'.S it is Inexpensive and .-!laid not to thtntt.t: &Fartlr sift M foretold, .t.erCoraplar'oatlwtir'iadDakmAri. : .. **>* *: > 4 tS4 & ..*> )i.i.,.. . ,> .. . .:. .V.. ;: -.

.:', irritate the surroundingskW7 "' 1 aft.r.-ambWic groves fa'Polk Ore l %' \ : '\ : ...... .xMeaa: faJI ... jI'" '. :it?

*. If your drug can t fI.OP1Iu.: ..: e apra,.:' "I ..... :wJ.. ,.iI--: l ."" 10':;'" r. :"' .y. ,., i'ae .. .. 7i1 .. i."i 1" .'
tell, him !O .qtl: t 'jkkrltyaa Iwm owtto'. !" 4 I. course ..4a r. .,I, i - j. l attsatio* to SUitts Pet hcmbac. -WIC, '. 1f.)
!/ who arm 1i ..'. It ik.y .... .Mi"'Y"'f.ItiXt: : i'l er'.l1Jii.yli; i rFMKJssmi-W& & .... bins L.a. 'edl. a '
"h, fisfoW tab u. coup of .a. :Get oat tile _. "' v .1... "., 'I'-W'. r ''- "v ? w 'P't .
.. . ... asta, P;+ I+RsyJW 'asst Iles .tae t41t... ., wt3aLoiestti aia ,, W. an tsoasa( a jeW ,.:fined,fsrk&tsnL..; Ask .W'! 'kdres t. i:;f;

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POUR THE IdSSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. JULY 6, 1917
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THE NEW WATER AND LIGHT' ORDINANCE City Council stated to the meetingthat FLORIDA.' THE LAND OF OPPORTUNITY At the 'Churches: ;
THE VALLEY GAZETTEr.bMb.d'Rvery 11' the ordinance 'was intended to be

aa direct and simple a* possible. The -

FHday.Osa. .. The new electric light and ordinance passed by the City Council i word users was interpreted as meaning Florida has not more than Just I LECTURE, AT THE LAYMEN'S
-
.* .. Valley: G... ie Ralldl... : the person asking that the wateror started to comprehend her opportunities MEETING
heads of that
devoted of
hi brought the august body a storm disapproval of her p
_x....__ ...rt.. upon light be turned on and not each and the extent resources.Under
the like of which has'not been experienced i in some time person using these the right sort of. cultivation,
Next afternoon at 8 o'clock
I, W. B. BAH1US ..* B. .O. VAN AGWKW It is unfortunate for the Council that the public was not given a better The section stating; that a deposit the land and sunshine of this state at. the Sund.r. Sunday school rooms,
the
food enough for entire
........ OWMIWT .. .. 3r*.. II understanding of the working of the ordinance before it was passed It is always would be explained be required, a typographical by the users error was,, could nation furnish and then have some to W. Mark Watson 'will deliver a lectureon

r a good idea for a public body working for the public. to take the pub, and should read "of the users. spare for the people across the sea, the'" subject chart"Why I Am What;,'F

lic fully into its confidence.: When this is done it leaves no chance for the The ordinance conformed to the law, and one of the effects of the exigencies Am lecture., using Mr.a Watson to 1a illustrate-said to I his

is he said, and this method of collecting; of this war-time is pretty certainto be
accusation that somebody trying to "put something over.
entertaining and hope that
of the very ,we a
rlseRr payment for service is in use hi the be a recognition of the value
A representative of the Gazette wa present when this ordinance to nearby towns, though with a lower country's greatest garden land.. Even full attendance-,will be present.: Both

r 1 which there hat been such: strenuous objection was passed'and the idea conveyed rate of deposit. He considered the law' with only a small part of the state's men and women Watson are cordially.,.invited.and ..-

/ I y0gsTArr to him by'the discussion from the various members of the Council reasonable in every detail. big acreage under expert attention, that'Mr. children especially'cleairea be
a*
S. B. Aultman made few remarksfavoring Florida did her little bit last winter many present at
that aH desired to make the law fair as possible to all of a .
was they as users in the state's possible;
: the ordinance stating: that and for the first time
O lighu:'and water, and at the same time' eliminate\ all possibility of loss the council was acting: for the best interests : history her farmers almost universally No'admittance be charged. A

through non-payment of bills. .It was stated by the chairman of the light and of the city and their Intentions are! carrying on their work free silver offering' will-be taken to

Py water committee that 'a thorough system of bookkeeping was being installed, were all'' right.' ' through the summer 'months, planting cover Mr. Watson' expenses of coming .-
Capt. L. R. Farmer said he had crop that will furnish provender for to us.DEVOTIONAL
the Council could ascertain what it the
and that soon just cost city
as as per COMMITTEE.FIRST .
signed the petition through a misapprehension cattle and providing against the necessity -
5 kilowatt furnish lights, or per.thousand gallons to furnish water that it and after he had read the of importing supplies from

was his idea to fix the rate at actual cost to the. city, with a small per cent- ordinance through carefully he was other states as has been done in other BAPTIST CHURCH sP

added. He also said that-4he willing: to abide by it. 'I-
> ,1.rt..I. RaMs age (for maintenance present arrangement was years. 8th.Sunday .
.___. ..._...12.00 Right here Councilman Roma Sines laet September for instance, Sunday July
: ,. On Copy. One Tear-- ? only and could be changed at time if it was found to be to ,
temporary, any school, 9:46: a.- 1ft. .
1,00
On. Copy, Six Monthi-,..... ,-.- Thomas remarked that probably nine- there have been shipped from Floridaby
On. COPY. Thr.. Montha.___._..-__ ,11 the best interests of all parties.So ty per cent of the petition signers had the railroads, 4,916 carloads of Preaching at 11 a. m. by'J. J. Far.

All communication except. from ourauthorli.d i far as'the deposit for the lighti is concerned it will not be necessary not fully considered the ordinance grapefruit; .16,186 carloads of oranges mer. The pastor, Bro. Falls, is awayat
Lake for
must b* when they had signed it. carloads of pineapples; 3,205 City a season.
'.' correspondents for of the present consumers to put up one cent. The city agrees to buy ;
any The will this
quartette sing at
. signed. by, the writer. Milton Pledger stated that under carloads of mixed vegetables 1,901 serve
Rejected matter will not be returned all the. meters at ten dollars each, and accept them. in lieu of the ten dollar the old method they had reduced the carloads of lettuce;' 4,037 carloads of ice. Come and worship the Lord with'us.

:. ,vnleaa called for. deposit required by the ordinance. Of course if a person desires to retain light rate from twelve cents to eight Irish potatoes; 3,676 carloads of to- .

the he be required deposit- The cents kilowatt, and should the new matoes 2,968 carloads of celery! 322
\ :. '(Entered. In the Postofflee'at KU.Im- bwnerthio of meter will to put up J jhe deposit per ; ;
SOUTH KISSIMMEE
BAPTIST ME3-
eecond-cla. .. matter.) system prove a greater saving a fur- carloads of strawberries 1,738 carloads .
1) mew Florida a wa* fixed at ten dollar in order to enable the city to acquire the meter*. SION -
ther reduction could be expected. He of watermelons; 456 carloads of
I
I,. JULY 6 1M7.Kisslmmee and really makes no change in the arrangement which heretofore obtained, jokingly remarked: "Much has been cabbage. Besides this there were -

to far as the actual first coat to the consumer is concerned. Heretofore the city'ha said about the renters who will suffer large quantities of fruit and vegetables Sunday, July 8th.

required the consumer to pay ten dollar for the meter 'when initalled. moat from the action. Now I belong that weNt carried out of the Sunday school, 10 a. m. ?

I., trying to get an appropriation Now the city pay for and installs the' meter.,.but requires a deposit of ten to that class and I haven't th* state by boat and by single packagesin Preaching. by the pastor at. 7:3Gp.m. <

for a postoffice buiIdinl'Florida dollar which withdrawn when service is discontinued ten dollars for the deposit either, butI freight and express cars.
can be Prayer meetingsWednesday':
have a few pennies and I can buya "Since last September" this was even

Advocate. In fixing the deposit for water a sliding scale) was first discussed, but it few candles to light my house while' the record-in the winter when thereat ings at' 7:30. ___ ,

used in the of business I earn that deposit." of' the country was covered with Come thou with us and we will do
Joe Sears made 'a good speech in was found the amounts by person same lines varied; thee '
C. W. Griffin made >lea for therenters. good.
a T snow and its trees were standing dorM
.."..-...-......congress;on,June.2Ss-.Joe..koowi.! jhglf Jo.: ,.s ueh'an- extent! ha. yh t f...' .s ere'". .n"Jj .kJ. ,$MP.J.4-A 4 Ci-, I\. ,* ".'onwhoim it wo ld"restTnost"' .mant'and leanessrSKJJMi I : -s'w'*** :::.r.TIa..mal.lq'ual'k' 111'ixpeeted". =:t :"" .G/IIIIII'JI31/ 'w

Ocala Daily Banner. Tiappy medium. heavily, though he said the law was And .)'oeti Florida is only beginningto sing at this service "

I' Some time ago a.similar ordinance was proposed except that the'formerone satisfactory himself *s a property. make use of her opportunities and
The' Bradford Telegraph, published owner. the country as a whole i* only begin Classified''Adveifls ments
\. allowed the to his deposit in the of'monthly-
consumer use up payment J. McPhatter entered earnest ,
=eighth an' ning' to realize that there
its thlrty are
at Starke, celebrated l year-
classy number; bills.: Practically the patrons took,.advantage of this provision, and the re-. ; protest, insisting .that''a deposit was round gardens here of wonderful fertility

birthday by issuing a suit was that in a short time there was no 'deposit UP'; .and the bills were not satisfactory saying: "I don't see --thousands of acres of them- WANTED to bur a work hon. not

with a fine front page In patriotic color l. running behind just a* they were before this system .was put in effect. i any use of giving")'ou' fellows that awaiting the attention of intelligent over or call eight en NfUon rears' old Realty: H.Co.B. Hudson,

*. deposit for nothing. farmers. ,This is a when Florida
k + It was stated by some of the members of Council that the city had been I Capt. Farmer reminded him that should be given a year great advertising FOR BALE OR EXCHANGE.

The announcement has gone ,out losing right along through its inability to collect bill under the old system I the rate had been cut under the old campaign-Miami Metropolis.' 7< well .
acm Improved- farm, half
mile
that Florida nearer its quota'of men and that some plan wa desired whereby all bills could be collected and let method and should the new method be from town. In South 'Central New
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famished the United States army than burden of and maintenance of the fall successful another cut 'would be in or York Btat-- own..d by an Oranr*
R the operation plant as nearly equal as der. phosphate In cases where the rock county man; will aell. for IS.SOO; on-

M any other southern stated: The Tampa possible on all consumer II. E. against phosphate can be. mixed in compost favorable terma 'or exchange .for.
Tribune spoke truly when it said: "If r the Swabey'a1aolrotaeted' cost piles or even in the stalls, or in the property closer: home. "
all bill in view the has
With the prospect of collecting city found it
furrow with 6 to 20 times its
weightof
t, want quick'action just poster him $15.00, r.nd be saw no justice in Georgia party has good property to exchange -
you possible to materially'reduce the price of water to those using over the mini handing ft over to the city for.$10.00. manure. When so used, we suggest : for .auburban property at

y'" those Florida Crackers. mum amount and it i i. believed that a further reduction. can be made after J. H. Reed, another signer of the that twice as much rock phosphate be ranch.KlMlmmee. that- will make a chicken. ,
'-
election this ordinance i* tried out" petition said he was a property owner used as would otherwise' used of
The the $100,000 bond
vote on
acid phosphate. But in view of numerous Six tine lot. In town of 11.000 In &
in a part of districts one and two, mill the complaints heard no practical substitute ha been proposed and a renter the and as of he viewed the situation experiments at the Experiment B.! Kansas. worth i I-BOO. to exchange
d Osceols,,. county, recently carried 188 deposit $10.00 for lights i for property near. Klanlmmee. Lot*
and unless has better to the Gazettebelievel' Station in this and other'states
This will someone something offer the was excessive. He considered $5 sdfIcient. we are on paved-. street, silee shade, wilt'
to 23, nearly 8 to 1. money cannot recommend rock 'phosphate, i make three delightful. .
i citiznt of Kissimme should stand loyally by.the- Council and give. them a bom.-.lte.
b* used in completing the Dixie Highway . .. unmixed with stable for cot- '
chance-to the ordinance.WE A. D. Gilbert said' he had signedthe manure-- Michigan party ha. II acmes
' from Kissimmee to Loughman. try out new ton on land deficient in .clo.e to>
which ha recently been de.lcnatlMthe w petition as' he too thought the poor vegetable CampbelVa Station want to deal It
amount too high. I pay $10 to the matter. for i.1- p..p.rty In Michigan", and wilt
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Arcadic Daily
missing link. : The man who can afford to wait .Ray difference In cash, or If coming

.Off' News ? NEED_ A CITY PARK ., FLORIDA PRESS HOLD IMPORT can city;get he it said back aad I. to the die only or leave way the I more than one year for hi.' returns 1 r" way will give time on difference.:

ANT MEETING city. To require this of newcomers from phosphate may perhaps, even in Ws"hav.ome! 'valuable exchansrea to-
Work started.Tuesday on the' construction Never has Kisslmmee stood *o would not be .deposit 'card' the absence of manure substitute make. Come ....' ua and we will try
drawing
. of the new .40 by 60 foot greatly in,ned of a dty park a* at The' Florida Press Association: has for the city; a large amount of rock phosphate for you to fit 1f00d.you out w-..In represent,a deal that clients will do J
In
'*i warehouse of the American Chemical the present time. By 'December she held another annual meeting and J. R. Gilbert, city clerk said he wasa mall amounts of acid phosphate. number ot different.statee and. bare-
: Company. Kissimmee contractors elected a most efficient set of officers landlord and the 'Ordinance We do not recommend ground rock lot. 01 exchange..
j have the erection' of the building, will have completed the last section of The meeting at Jackaonvill was a all / in thought fact he phosphate.'as a source of" lime. For W. nave nom.
was
; was fully excellent
Louis Harris agent for the company, th, Dixie Highway'and through her i splendid one from all account and satisfied with it. this purpose alone it would be much Oaceola county Florida, baraalna property and In i
u
:!if supervising,th. Job.-1-St. Lude County street will pa.'. thousands of auto-i was attended by all the state editor Dr. W. W. Carson sis chairman of cheaper to buy ground limestone in advance now la the time to.buy and get good;
Tribune. who could put up the "dough.while ear lots and''to use It in large amount On propel"* All farm i prod.h
ists who are visiting the south withno i the water and light committee suggested 'nets are bide and land must nett.sadly ._
definite point in view, but those who couldat had the satisfaction that the ordinance would Again have : advance .oeordillely. .
prove than
Two of the "thumbs down" bunch ing to remain in a community upect.j of reading the accurate of the advantage to property owners. H* greater power to utilize Full

are due to get.their Both Fogartyof u fancy dictates. It is the privilegeof ""doings" of this august ....mbly.ancI called attention to the reduction of the the form of phosphoric acid found in partloulais. sN or writs to u.Interested p.rtlcorn. -. S SUELSOIW

Key West and Ion Farris of Jack- any town to surround itself with of gating on the classic features of its rate under the old method and rock phosphate. Apparently cotton is

eonvilie want to go to Congress from every attraction possible make members in the picture taken at Pablo thought it'possible to further reduceit not one of these. REALTY COMFAKT

a the Fourth, unseating Joe Sean If a these welcome visitor feel at home Beach !session when Acting Chairman to six: cents per kilowatt if the new A heavy growth of velvet beans, KISBIMMEEsPLORIDA (:

;t newspaper in.that, district: supports and nothing i I. so conducive to this result S. J. Triplett and Tom Appleyard law prove a more efficient one. ;. crimson clover or other luxuriant

either of them In preference to Sears, as a city park. appear conspicuous.Though Dr. Carson said he had a long talk vegetation, plowed* under Just after WANTED--Lo"al lure' and .DI.trlot Or..n .

that newepaper will .be a self-con, Last season we entertained an un- they struggled with the with W. B. Crawford,'one of the parties being coated with an application of accident for oertieeata the fastest seliinK" life and
victed bootlfckw Lecebnrg Commercial. knotty of Cost ground rock phosphate havesomewhat.thesame'effect ..., ever before offer.Fraternal -
usual number of winter residents and problem "High' of by the- petition.andbe ; may orlf.nl..Uon 'Co-op-
hosts of tourist Th* .will be augmented Paper" and "Advertisingiates;. eUi:,; belt Mr.'Crawford' 'wa* as-manure erative. err.daaUn.pollo)'. New idea-
during the coming '.season toy like true knight of the pen they found satisfied with the ordinance as passed.At in rendering available a part of the -a 1..1'winner.with aOOd contract to or.-.n
es That the erred in appointing ample time-to Jacksonville's phosphoric acid of the ftoats. Like- opportunity for .d..no.
governor hundred of others who will be-mak enjoy any rate Mr. Crawford had sent m..nt. Write quick for full IntoI'm..'
,-, whisky man to the Board of whole-souled and the 19'17' bill wise it may be advantageous to tlon Loyal Fraternal
a ing a first acquaintance. with the Florida hospitality, the city a of sale for hi* meteor userock well Okia Union 8t11-
Control of our etate institutions of towns. meeting will go down in history as one While the discussion grew heatedat : : .phosphate_ on some new grounds 1t.It-pel'

learning will be admitted by all right This city' has long been the object of the most successful session* of the some point, it wa withal good natured neb in vegetable matter. I WILL SELLS exchange or lease for euU.we1iy "

tv thinking people.. Member of the of favorable comment by visitor who sedation. and no personalities were indulged Caution and conservatism are rec ovation, acre tract "ear Kissimmee.

1 board should be men of the highest ale impressed with its clean street, The nowly elected officers follow: in. Even the speakers who most ommended. Probably for cotton on I Bt., Fnlldaelphla/Pa., p. Rashes, 11 -N. Slat ,
/
type morally and mentally and with, new buildings and most of all by its President Wayne Thomas, of the strongly denounced the measure expressed most lands a dollar invested in. rock U.U' "
at least, profound respect for Chris- Plant City Courier.Vicepresident . phosphate will pay better than would WANT TO BUY t
a fine Broadway parking. In fact, there I their;confidence In'' the 'purpose _. 0" t..rm.. two mvl..e '
tian dtisenshlp. The environmentand R. W. Stern the the entire omission of all phosphate.I or hor for ordinary farm work: -
is opwould t
no town in the state with a more of the council and in their abilityto Ie.... W. J.
training of the whisky business is attractive business section than Ki.- Breeze DeFuniak Springs. work out a satisfactory solution to But it is not proved that it would pay I Frlpp Klasmm| fur>e.

the direct antihtesl of an these. At simmee, but that i* not enough. We Secretary T. J. Appleyard, State the 'problem. better the first year on POQT soil lacking

the earn time.we will say. in fair. have no adequate spot where strangers Printer, Tallahassee. No one else seemed inclined to vegetable matter than 'would the FOR Or.SALE f7uTrT(00 ee*.*-Sr0le.8.'hIIInc

' ness to Joe Barman; that in our opin may congregatet' may become Corresponding secretary,. Gilbert D. peak and the Council took no action investment of a dollar in a smaller H. Funk. Klailmmee. Fla. Jt.trto ; t

" ion he is better qualified for this posi- friends and grow to feel that Kissimmee Leach, the Commercial,.Leesburg. on the petition presented to them. amount of add phosphate.

' seta than any other liquor man in the. i* their town.A Treasurer, Mn..R V; S. Wilson, the In view of the proved good results' DWELLINaS Tiller.AVTOMOaiLn. for r.nt. Apply :M.
Sarasota.. from acid phosphate for we believe '
movement Is on foot among the i Times. cottony
DeLand chosen for the next PHOSPHATE that, in the absence of vegetable
Board of Trade members to secure a was annual GROUND ROAD MAPI ONLY ,.e
: >The Gazette pleads guilty to the typographial ; lease to the vacant lot adjoining the convention. Three other important matter a dollar invested in acid phosphate -Map..: complete .FlorId. t edition

error in the light'' and site of the A. C. L. passenger depot meeting are to be held within : even at present high prices, will' Offer for short time nd onl neweat,..- 011 sale
at
n .water ordinance which was broughtoat ,and they propose to beautify the spot. the year5, one at Jacksonville, .one at probably pay better than a dollar invested Valley Gazette olllee. IOtt''
in the discussion at the council This is and in Sarasota.and on at Daytona.MEET1 .. k Large..numbers of-farmers are writing Itt several times that amount of .I
W make I an important step on* r each week to'' the Alabama Experiment rock GENERAL FARMING r
chamber Tuesday night. .which the citizens will take pleasure phosphate. J. F.. DUGGAR, I profitable'la
this acknowledgement in justice to the < In :NG TO ORGANIZE CLASSESIN Station and Extension Service Director el Extension Service Ala : bllltlea Florida.. for To know Florida's poaaU* I '
..' co-operating, but that. is not uf- live ato k and .
' t. city attorney and offer In extenuationthe fident. Kissimmee need SURGICAL DRESSINGS for information ''regarding 'ground bama Polytechnic l Institute :Auburn raising. a park large .
fact that we were asked to get it .'- rock phosphate.. To answer such:' inquirie Alabama. growing, read the; Florida: Farmer'* .
enough to provide a place of rest and and H ""..eeker. Six ,
leaflet month
out a* hurriedly a* possible so that recreation for the residents 'A meeting ha been. called for all this ha been prepared 15 trial
aubaerlptlon
center
round Sample
year COPT t'
collector could mail out the after the writer ha inspected the ADVERTISED .
the slip a* well a* winter visitors. Large those interested in Joining the educational LETTERS ** Address Florida Farmer and
with this month' bill*. : classes of the Red Cross Chap compiled result of test made at theAlabama' Homeateeker.. ,, Box: 140, Jacksonville
enough to admit of shady walk and in Is-t n- r
; brilliant flower beds] large'enough to ter, at the Graystone Hotel Tuesdayafternon'ht Experiment Station and at Following Is the list of uncalled for '.
'If the property owners who- are unwilling 4 o'clock. Mrs. B. B. the experiment station in many other FOR At -Oood mercantile business
include Simp- letters
water this in the
a lily where remaining
postoffice at
pond
and after consultation with handling dry ,
to stand sponsor for the light i chairman of this state, goods .hoe. and furnl -
.wonderful Bower could expand on its con department, Kisslmmee Florida for > .*,. Address Box IK, .
the two Klsalmmee.
bill of their. tenant will turn their'metal other specialists who have given much weeks
placid surface; large enough for a and hope to organise classes in surgical Fla. __ I'-.&.-
ever to the city and require a fancy-fish dressings which--is -the'great study to experiments comparing rock ending Jnly'18,' 1917;

deposit from tbs' tenant sufficient: onlyto I fountain and pond bordered centered with with'a tiny"I need of the Red Cross at this time. phosphate with acid phoaphate.Gro.u.ncI Moses Davis, R. W. Swing Miss M. ,MONET.. TO LOAN on Improved real. estat. .?'
againstloss by the gayest rock phosphate (also called A. Gueerr R. Graham Oeo..W. Fox 110 Mabbette St.,
guarantee flowers large for children' Twenty member are necessary to ,, Mrs. H. P. KU.Immee, Fla. Sl-St
; enough a
landlord... need be no hardship on I the 'formation of a das* and ft is ground phosphate rock,'oats, and raw Harper Will Hampton, A. J.' Kim-
where little
playground folk .
anyone in enforcing the new light and could_ Play in the winter our sunshine or hoped that two of these classes can phosphate) usually contains 28 to 82 rel. Ben J. Richards Randolph Rob.. W-VTBD chicken-bualne.a.A partner to go ,In the.
..water ordinance. be formed the first | of total 'phosphoric add. nson Mrs. Sarah Roberson, Jo Ros- woman pr.t..rr..d'th.t
rest in the summer shade; and large to meet in the Practically lutderatanda. chickens. Write oraee -
&rah'
enough to Include: a lagoon, possibly morning. and the second in the after- all of this. "i*. dassed as'inVoluble. ser, Stevens, B. F. Thompson, A. J. Clltea. Loughman, Fla' It-lt I
.
'R MISS'. RANKIN SPEAKS TRULY an arm of the lake where small boats noon. After these women have taken: '' Frank Thornton. \
Acid : phosphate 'usuall ,contains 'B B. OLD PAPERS .
could enter the course .they can oversee-the worK SIMPSON, FOR .ALe-t. A BUI*
Jeanette Rankln. when speaking InCongress or embark. of others,which it I 1a hoped will either :14. or 16 per cent of soluble or Postmaster.UNIVERSITY I>HO-Oexxl for rappingpurpoaea. .
.
These eta
h suggestions embodied in a be available phosphoric acid. Apply' at Valley Oaaitta.. 10tr
the food bill said: carried each '
on contribution from a fellow townsman on day'at th* headquarters .
"Women housekeepers must in the Casino Add phosphate i* made from'rockphosphate -.
;a a* published in this Inn of the Gazette building..
rr learn to think of food In carload lots constitute Just such a park as we by adding about as much OF FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMENTALLAHASSEE _
transit in in the board A Jolly picnicked sulphuric acid a* of rock phosphate.This GAINESVILLE
} la storage .r need and mythical a*'it sound ;i* party at Hammock
trade and in the national market as easily within Grove Wednesday. They left town In change the insoluble phosphoricadd ;
f reach.
of the rock into the soluble High Moral. Intellectual Standards College of the
or Highest Rank
i .1// well a*. In small portions on the family It' might be possible to secure the the morning and selected a.cool shady
available :form, M found in acid phos Liberal Art Law Agriculture, Engineering Liberal Art. ; .. .
table."Ws land lying south of the Sugar Belt place near Mr. Drought'. place for Education Music, Eapr..Ion -
know that with our unparalleled railroad just across the lHIW '.bridge. their grounds. After dinner they enJoyed phate.' This treatment of course Education,
resource and improved methods' Much of this "now.' a jungle.which a swim in the lake. those In serve to dilute the original material, Send for Catalogue and Views. Write for Eoonomlca.' 1'
'' Catalogue
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from 28 to 82 cent. down to and 'Book o* VI.w.ED *
(
.of production there is no' need that could be cleared away leaving the the party'' were.,Misses Claire Hath- per say 28-18t, A. A. MURPHREE Pre,.
; 16 cent of total add .
phosphoric ) CONRADI
.
$ and for home 'Rose per ;
tending sympathy oak and palm and other typical veg way. Orpha Dorothy Wells.;Lil .
problems,'will inspire a' confidence in etation, which would require year to. ian and Hattie Belle Harris Mrs. Ros .But the diluted or treated (said) phosphate ,

.. 'the' home woman with and the encourage her to in grow. Shade tree could be planted and Mrs Jones. ,',, ion because i* much practically more valuable all of Its ton phosphoric for .+.. . M..o.f MM . .. ...... . .... ...'.. .. ,. ..... .... ../ 17
I
l, co-operate government public tennis courts could be laid out,
add i available.
any one should CO 'h&TY. Women croquet ground mad and other CITY' COUNCIL STANDS PAT ,.k
take Intelligent and ON NEW L.'A W. .The weak acid formed by the rot- FOR SALE :
ORDINANCE
must: an reaponaH4 -' game instituted ; looking toward a : ., matter : :
'' (especially
:
share ta the world' work if we completion of the plan a* rapidly a* manures. .
r* to aee that all the.people are fed! practical '_ (Continued from Page'One) r* regarded i
> add
j jl jtiM ti..." Should it"be found that W.' spot up' should Its official take over 504 the pheophoric orb groundttc Fine varieties of;. Sweet Potato .

Aad *"Jveting th* way this may I* not feasible there are acre of idleground meter BOW installed RotIts presentproperty. phosphateexperiments also show

..; d said: within easy aeces of the city All-ihea* robjeetion*. :beuggestedL that rock-phosphate: may' .be aa helpful Vines '
with their mvWrte which la -
of the
-#' .> ; one condition abeo-; could be overcomb '
*< tQ plante (wberetthMbeeacompovtwisto -
,
Y. A* imsnai WOmScSlearn to- co- lately essential. to the soccer of tile tiMoo ii % .'..tWmillllClelI. ; \. .
; Lp -. - fN..iptly.tilyS q- oengida- ... large uaRtitla* of manure) a* '
undertaking. : ..H.rJ: ... / +nelcbadfnasl8i deg' '.dd'' I\ "' : '
this. to hophat*;:\. : ; ? $2.00
-' gwrvwnment ia 'It.i*,a pro, wotIti ;#*. r.pee..at.11 I s'-iu et ID Hence we ufgeet.tlatrelative e>e'present" -per Thousand.;' yw
.hs) L'lMB> fal eonaVderatioa of KI_ ... ..... .
.,........ ; price* (wit* add I \.
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I& '' -.IE ass aes far llfvell Its partial: .... .... ,. ...,.. ..".... to. we _,..... '. ' muvwus "

....... ..... be alt laengnahla I pis .. -_ "lIIlal... -. t I .:aR. zeds I ,- .. _. ,-. .._ . ,:.. 4'1.' .
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I THE 11SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, JULY a:, 117 nviL

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L,: .$ TORY $ $ AVE' $ YOU MONEY ,ON YOUR, $ HOE,$" '


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. -again' :we have received. a large 'shipment of Shoes, our. Shoe Stock? alone :will .invoice: $4,000.00, ''and.'we '. ,


,;;1. now, .have most any .J kind of Shoes you could 'possibly want. When you think. of $HOE$ :think of '$TORY'$, ,,

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,/ .'MEN'S SHIRTS50c :Boys' Pants, The. time Has! come when a 'complete '- TOWELS L WE WERE LUCKY :

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clear-away must be made in .
65c 75c l and$1.00 39c : .

the waist This Sc in 10 dozen : '
,. SOc section. is certainly securing Women's :

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They come in all 65c your opportunity to supply your 'jlOc Vests to sell for .

'J;. S . 98c needs ,now as well as the, futute. .

: colors and.all and 10 each. a

\ and SPECIAL FOR MONDAY .0 '

sizes. '* _.
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$1.25 $1.00 and $1.25 Waists, 98c. each. 15c. . 3 for' 25c. 4

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.i'> THE RIGHT GOODS THE RIGHT GOODS '


AT THE S'T'ORY"S"' AT THE', '


RIGHT 'PRICES. -. !. RIGHT PRICES ,


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... ..... Miss Gladys Sidwavof St...Louis"I. tlo G0.7 a.t9fk! ..:FFldaY:"" (grwJ.k.! I I ,&u1LuIeldt' ., ..Le"glimarfwasw1ri' I norit"stoptii' : tiieiif n'o lifr .:
* :' ::.tll1r.: = ;; r.1II; = t'wfiO"haS": bsen1TisWnr'in'Tttmpa7 Cit 11ii1: spenClleverar nont .11.. the city.yesterday.C. . 'Mr. Chas Donnegan. ..
is the guest of,.Miss! ,Ruth nutl r,_ l Mr. Todd.of Kissimmee'Is visiting "
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Gr 1 stone Mrs. W.: B.Wftherapoon1.a. returned 1 ed to Okeechobee. City,' where they Jacksonville to look .after business daughter,, Mrs. *Chas.' _1)onne.gaMr -
front Tampa, wlro she spent the j will live. matters.
W. T.Hill and family and Mr.
Miss two Etta.weeke'wlth bar- daughter, Mr. J, E. Douglas left yesterday forKieeimmee Mrs Sam Jones' and children areguests J. S. Collins and family have moved?
of her Mr. and Mrs. J. .
'' parents, to Hopkins.Mrs. ,
Matinee, 3:30., .: : Evening, 7:00 J. 1. Overstreet haS: received a letter Orlando ReporterStar.Miss on a short.buainees. . trip,- W. Miller.. She arrived Thursday and H. Clark returned home after
from his brother, George was accompanied by her friend, Mrs. a few weeks' visit in Jacksonville.
Overstreet who younger left here recently for Beula Zant arrived from Lake Hyde!, from Beaumont Texas. Mrs. M. B.; Morris left for a .?fait;;

Fort Valley, Gal, stating that he had Park, Ga., Wednesday. to be the guest Mabel E. Barclay of Sioux City, la., with her parents at Palatka. t
.Admission, Sand, 10 Cents joined the navy at Norfolk, Va. of Mr and M...,Lane Paulk. Is expected to arrive today on a two Messrs. Curt Williams and Fred J..

___-_, -.,.- _ ._-| "I -----inTr-UsT.-aj--i--U : -- -',- _..._-1--, --. ' Mr. and -Mrs. Stanley Bullock, Jr., months' visit to her father and moth. Kueffner are spending a few days int:,
Mrs!'D.. G. Frances left Monday for have moved into the former' W/ W. er. Miss Barclay is a teacher in the Deer Park, having come by auto front
Program for Week;'of I July :9th'' an extensive trip and may not return Carson home on Sproiill avenue. Heezer- Conservatory of...",Music at St. Paul, Minn. These' young men are'
for several months.: She will visit Sioux,City looking over this country with.a view. ,
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points in Ohio, from there to Chicago, Mr.' and'M. A. Rosen and daughter to making their future horot here., x
TUESDAY' and will stop in West Virginia on her spent\ the afternoon of the Fourth Captain William. Dunne, .who is ..
MONDAY Ckarlette Walker ia way home.> with friends., }In Orlando and Winter in charge of the shipbuilding1 activities EXEMPTION BOARD, ORGANIZED:
Park. at Jacksonville for the Federal ,. .. }
"SLOTH A. E.' Johnson,< county superintendent O. .B.: Howse' his government spent Sunday with his I -.
U returned to' home .
Sheriff Ingram,' J. 1. .' Oveistreef
The Fourth Play of tae Sevea Dead' of Orange county, with Joe Kick- in Ocala after family at their Kissimmee home. He i '
yesterday spending and Dr. Chun of. St. Cloud, who bar*
ly Sint" ex-superintendent of DeSoto coun- several days here attending to business was accompanied by Maze Skollfleld, been President
appointed by Wilson to
of New York is .
ty, motored to Kissimmee Thursday of matters. City. This Mr Skoll- '
WEDNESDAY last'week for a conference with Superintendent field's first,visit to the south and ,,he act as an Exemption Board,-have organized )
., C; E. Yowell. Mrs. Hattie Rbughgarden of ""Kis remained in.the city till Thursday It with Mr.clerk Ingram chairman
FANNIE WARD IN' simmee, who has been .- visiting her is interesting to note that he is a son Mr Overstreet and Dr. Chunn. ,
'" .WEDDING". "MUTT & JEFF" fa THE ALPS"THURSDAY Installation n of tho newly'elected officers parents, Mr.' and Mrs. I.-B.-Lants, returned -I, of Dr.'James Skollfleld, of Salt Lake medical advisor.
..0.. STRANG of the Odd Fellows l ledge will be to Kissimmee 'ye.terday--Or.j: City, who has served her state In !its line The board is hard ,, regi.ratlon'
J held at the Fraternity Hall tonight. lando Reporter-Star. Legislature. She has been prominently the copies of the
FRIDAY All members of the lodge are requested I' coneeted with the Federated Club cards and giving them aerial numbers.
to be present and visiting: Odd Fellows Lieutenant and Mrs.' Walter R. work of her state and her efforts in These cards will then be sent to Adjutant .
,Wiffiaa Fat Presents Greater'YdalnPli.b Lawson announce the birth of General
y are especially invited.J. a son, behalf of uplift of have made James C. Christian at.
i JUNE CAPRICE fa "PATSY EARLS WILLIAMS .. whom they have named Thomas Rogers i her familiar women Tallahassee.' ..
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'THE SOUL ,MASTER"SATURDAY B. Mills and wife of Smith Cen for hi. maternal grandfather/. the name.a one throughout 7h board will later b. called on to .
ArUclde Ceaiedy country. Mr. Skollfleld is medical -
AIM a
as terKansas, .arrived in Kissimmee I Montgomery,Advertiser.Mr. ., student for. on the cases of those who asked,

Sunday in their car. Mr. Mills owns D. W.Alderman and daughter, exemption from military service,
farm property in this'vicinity and the and Mrs.;Edgar Katz and baby re but as yet ,they have ,received,DO .in.
( family have spent several'winters in turned 'Tuesday from a month's visit DEER struction.,
a4 ABee Dare ort the city. They made the trip through with,'friends and in Pitts- PARK
Fard'Steriuf relatives
,a.... Player Parana PresemlANN 1 from Kansas in two.weeks.- buriE' Vmting, ,, cards printed by' tae> Val .
PENNINGTON fa"THE I ia "A MAIDEN TRUST" t I ley Gazette Job.Department.
Debbie
Mrs H. Thurman and-her
Dr'and: Mrs.'T.;M.-Riven returned ; Mr. JT. Hazlinger is now runningthe
BOY SCOUT" A Twe-Reel 'Kqd... CosseeV niece Miss Marian Porter, .left last Friday from a two 'weeks' trip.I '
"r LITTLE Austin ditcher at work the
: i : on W. have
Wednesday for Philadelphia and They went through in their car, visiting on hand a large stock of
; :' .. points in New Jersey, for an extended friends and relatives in Lake City,: prairie east of Deer Park. Mr. S. W; Engine, both gas and kerosene burn
L ,t. . . visit. .They do not expect to return to Gainesville and Valdosta. Ga. I Zaruba, who, was formerly In-charge en;, Pumps of- various sizes .and'
:' WtnWIr Kissimmee before the first' of Novem The Nelson' of this machine, is now engaged in makes) Pump Jacks* p,
.
ber.' Realty Company have
I Iron Pipe of various sices both gal
I : INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS' | While this is '''dullest moved in their offices to Bank front rooms upstairs overhauling' Mr. Geo. another ditcher: purchasedby vanized and black; Bath ifubs and
f the season of th. State Building, W. Hopkins. general plumbing goods.
,, the year, evidences of prosperity were where they Will be glad to greet their Mr. E. Hoffman received a 10.20 I. and
a noted in the business section this friends and are prepared to give goodservice H. C. tractor last week, which he used Drain Tile All Material for Sub-
... ... .. ...... . ... 8. S. Griffin of Orlando spent Tuesday ' week when the ''Story Store receiveda .to all.Mrs. in breaking up a section of land east and Overhead Irrigation Plants. ALL..
in town visiting relatives.' big shoes of town of which we are offering at reasonable.
.I shipment oL to purchased from.Mr.
accommo- Cecil Rice Geo.W,
j Weather ReportFollowing' Roy O'Berry of Rodman was greeting date their growing patronage. There with Mr. and, Mrs.Jeft Herbert today for Wichten.a visit .Hopkins. ". prices.MAUONEYWALKER
b .old friends in the city, ,Tuesday.Mr ,. were seventeen cases in the lot and dahl at the Graystone Hotel in Kill Mr, D. G. Wagner'and daughter of CO., .
made a fine as they 'lined Kissimmee\ Sunday visitors
array were sinunee. She expects to be six .were at 29-4t Sanford. .F!..
4 : and Mrs. W.. B. Crawford and up in front' of their store. or_ seven 'weeks, visiting Orlando gone and __ u n.
'' are dally; temperatures -* son, .Bloxham, are at DaytonaBeach. 'Mal Lamb, who resigned his situation other places .before returning..-Tampa --- -- -- --

and precipitations as re- Murnis Tindall of Lake Hart, spent with the Waters,& Canon Co., Times. DR. DeWITT '
'ported by Government station Monday and Tuesday in-town. on business. some weeks ago and' moved to his Mrs. Luther Farmer and baby returned T. LIGHTSEY. *
in
fohe week end:: grove Orange county, was greeting
; at Kissimmee .
Tuesday' from Forsythe, Ga.,
old friends here'last
ing Thursday, July 6. Saturday. Mal where she has been visiting her moth. OSTEOPATH
Miss Marie Gilbert of Plant City is .' ,
o says farming ?n Florida is 'the life.
Rain .
Mm. Mrs.
Ma* theIeat of her sister, Mrs. 'E. A. er Patterson. Mr. Farmer join
Friday w .--"_.89 69; ;....34'Saturday Lancaster. :. Scott M. Bobbins who has a homestead ed her there for a: brief visit sometime Corner Drug Store Mondays and'Fridays' '
near Loughman,'was in the city ago.,
i ___90 70
has returned 'from
LeRoy Lesley Saturday
making arrangements' for
:;, : Sunday! ,..*.__88 70 New Orleans, where he went with a final proof on his land and transacting -I I A near accident happened on Broad

:1: Monday' ___.84 72 ,1.16 train, load of cattle. other business. Mr.' Robbins reports -!Iw.y lost Thursday control morning of the, when'R.car he Law-

r Tuesday.. _r'___86 170 .3i Mrs. H.. M. Dery oreo spent '('several farmers crop all good in' his section and : driving and ran into the sidewalk near was
.H' Wednesday __89 70 days last week the guest of Rev; and. happy. I i I Miss Bandy's millinery store..A- brok.en .

: Thursday -..95 .71 Mrs. A. M. Chisholm in Orlando.. Mrs/W. W, Alcott, who successfully .awning post and a slightly damage. li

...... ...'..'.-...... ...... .... 'Mr.. J. W..Prent1. is.gfving piano managed the Atlantic Hotel at Cora- ed can were the only results. ,
. nado Beach Fla. for Shoes !
: rv) lessons and would like several more' be the ; many years, will Mrs.;.W. J.: Fripp and her daughter Shoes! Shoes .
'' pupils., 407.Vine Street., ,29-2t pd assistant manager of the Miss Carolyn, left this morning to
,;;., Fire Insurance. See A. E, Drought Miss Josephine Reynolds of TampaIs Oyama Hotel at Daytona Beach this spend, the summer with Mr. .Frlpp's ,
summer. Come and see us': Sea food brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. Edgar .
;; l: Butterick Patterns at Quality Store. the attractive guest of Miss Ethel
Lee at her home on Clyde'avenue., dinners a specialty? ( 20-4t P. Fripp at thelr> home in Miami A
'y; Desmond; Little of Nareoossee was M ln.. L.> D.. Frost, S. Brammer, They may extend their trip to Key
J. E. has returned from Spring and Summer
,Kissimmee. on business Monday. Mr. Lupfer West before returning here in the Footwear.
st i'I: the hospital Orlando;where she underwent Edward George8.J..<-Entriken, J.-1. faU.' : : .
,; E.'AW..! Collars. Quality; ,an operation! on her tonsilsMrs. / Cummings, Fred Kenny, J. E. Williams Middleton iL '
'Horace Wo'odall, now of. Lakeland. J, M. Miles and W A. Gimm of S. D. Pullen and E. D. of We Have It! I'.
.
W. M. Hntsoa and daughter
St.Cloud attended the meetings ofthe' the Central Florida Interurban...Railroad -
was in town Wednesday. Miss Edith, of St; Augustine ..
j are were in Tampa this! morning
;,,; E..Ii ,W1; 'shirt., no fade.- Quality' "' greeting old,friends..in,the city 'this connection Board of with County road CommissionersIn matters. an inspection tour from St. Cloud and gn ,Shoes' .,- for 'every'',member of the family.. .-
--
Store.' wee ( announced that work on., the road

., Miss Sammy Dixon of .Tampa spent'Friday Misses Josephine and Alice Steed of Three cars ' with Misses Grace and Gussie DeLand spent several days here last seekers motored to Lake Marlon on The road will rund from Tampa to St. Complete array of i
week with their brother, Attorney,W. Tuesdays/or a picnic dinner. In the Cloud and from St. Cloud to Mel.. ,
Winn. J. Steed. ... : party were Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Pfann, bourne on the east coast. Both Mr. Men's Low Cut Summer.:Shoes; elegant
Men's Dress Shirts, same old price, Mr and Mrs. George'Singletary and Pullen and .Mr. Middleton 'were well "
at_ Quality ,Store. Mr. and Mrs. M. Tiller and family children, Mary, 'Henry .and George pleased with Tampa and tho prospects Footwear for" Ladles, ;Mlsses and. ..Children '
John Baisden of Whittier\ .. in and Miss Mamie Tiller left Monday Lee Mr. and Mrs. J. W.Miller, Miss for their road. They visited Secretary '
'' town Monday and Tuesday attending'to for Daytona Beach, where they have Ruth Butler, Mrs. D. G. Frances, Kirk- Dickie at the board of trade, and con ; Great, Display, of White Kid{ and. it
his duties a* school commissioner. taken, a cottage for a month.W. .- land Singletary>and Misses Josephineand sulted with him with reference to ,,'
". J.: Fripp has resigned as the Marion Singletary. A portion*of their! road and left on a 'noon. ,traln.--! Canvas Shoes.
Corset newest '
"American Lady the trip was made through the Pfann- Tampa Times.
editor of the, Mulberry -Herald and
t styles, all guaranteed. $1.00 and up.at ..
Singletary tract of timber landKissimmee / J
,
Store.., has gone back to the cows and chickens : Th, Kisslmmea Band; pve.the .
'" Quality singing "this is the life.,"..:..Tampa 'Gazette'says: the city sleeping citizens a pleasant' surprise! .
Mr. and Mr: J. B. Mills with Mr. Morning Tribune. will rigidly enforce), the ordinance Fourth of July morning, when they 'Straw Hats ,.
i and Mrs. Lyles Story motored to Winter Mrs. Sarah Prevatt accompanied by respecting dogs tuning atlarge! dur: woke the echoes with a street concert ,
Haven Tuesday, where they went Misses Jeanette Pre att and Mallie ing' the summer months. Too bad commencing at 6) o'clock. They were Most
4)n,business.. Folks and Joe Prevatt motored to Rod Sanford cannot enforce the same ordi- out in full force and seemed to enjoy complete variety, sizes, shapes and,
mother'of Rev. man Tuesday for avisit with theO'Berry nance. Just why a thousand worthless the.funalmost as, much as their audi
Chlsholm. styles. Up-to-tho
hrs Ann 'Mluu'te
; Goods Prices
curs are allowed to roam at will .ence. After playing jon the.,street ,
here from Orlando family Roy; O'Berry Joined
.,:A., M. Chbholm, was
with friends.She the. party on their return home Sunday over'our'streets Is somethingthat awhile they Marched out Clyde ave.nue
the week-end ; :Are
to spend Right.
comment from ..:far ,
,w/ causes every strangerto as the home of
V''a.J!)._'; left/or her home .Monday the city. .Worthless dogs( art eating then jup, Mabbette street. 'Seven .
', ; r'G./' r."P,arker andNed.Gilbert motored J. M.; Gardner returned7'Thursdayof UD good food worthless 41ogtl'are scattering I cars:Joined ,,the procession and the' -
' ,,1\; from'Okeechobee Saturday last week from an extended trip to fleas over the public places' andtheatres.and boys swarmed int ,thea and-continued I' r rr
7u, and spent up a few days looking after Washington where he was among th.'boys" churches worthless ridge the'.trip about'town 'and on out I ;, .
V'" tuaineas matters' ia Klsrimmee.to : .attending'.thereunion'eZ.th. are menacing the lives of children and t9 thecountry bome:ofE.w"'lo"i' ; H. C. 'STANFORD COMPANY ,
Confederate Veterans.On the-return worthless dogs scattering-diseases and J.ijWade;; Tucket', then wound up: ,
: ; '+C .. HlW. .BoJca. J ..' FraJicft trip ha "'? did bill.son, "Tommy" of all kinder,;And yet they roam and on Broadway, about t, 'o'clockThe I r'Z '
f'.. .".4 y. Mrs. O. J'e/JrIbN.1Ulll1Ila/ MjdBaeaefan Gardner: "in, J.i'1ononce"coantJ', 8., C. roam with no dissenting voice,to in. band i If Justly popular with Kiaabnmee' .t"BM.....le ..faun. of 9.c..k' ,"-I \
.. This was Mr; Garner's fornerhomeand fist that and mude .. . ..... .' ><'f f! or,
( were sv; pleasant party>; they peopU' thoUprpreciated. : ia a!ways.appected tw.**-!- ;- H '' .. "' '
'("I;, tnyIar .N Orlando In t*<< Bolos oar .he said he'never<;ba V'a. ':brtta' ....,made,,,, > .th81'.btIWU-: u ., TJ .a.u tree-,,was' .JI1'i..VZt p. vten i; 'of"J &.' .
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.. 'IX THE KISSIMMEE'VALLEY, GAZETTE,..FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1917



I.. If est the situation service will when be the required war end'to.meet CALOMEL IS MERCURY IT SICKENS!

i( INCREASE PRODUCTION. OF POULTRY PRODUCTS I WCT.U.: COLUMNOur I and.As preparedness a matter of efficiency(words much, economy usedIn A.'

these day) rth wo.nen of the

By.Minnie. Floyd For Florida Poultry Club,Agent. solution Present price to the, plus mathematical cost of at.pra.8BcI problem: national superintendent, ,of privilege United. States of the.should franchise.be.granted.aU equally : ACTS. ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE

handling will be eggs at $1.00 per franchise, lira. Deborah Livingston, .
with "
,E. E. Richard, president of the dozen during the coming winter. ha this td say of Woman and Wars It may men.not be wise to force- ,actionat "a,'Ii'

American Poultry Association Lays: Poultry offers the quickest methodof The cataclysm of horror into which this special session of the 65th Con. MDo OI't Unr t. Stub Yoir DmMW HW my guarantee-Go to any drag ,
..
,'For fear that there may be a'' cry meat production... At this, late date for the world baa been plunged during' grew, but with the opening.of the . store sad ce* a 60 cent bottle,of pod- .(..
for. bread In thi blessed United ft; i Ie necessary to product poultry the has'in-nlftc1maa. regular session in December we must flit Cited rt total OB'S.Liver Tone. Take a spoonful to
th"-7eal'll
State, let each of us do our bit. Every meat only, as the lateness the sea- past renew our,effort*_forJb..nbmiuion night and if it doesn't straighten you r
citizen with. a.fIock.of poultry inthebackyard eon precludes possibility of hatch woman and child alike. and yet in a of a Federal amendment a* a ,.warmeasure. 'SiIIi Ii Mgi Yii SId: right IIp and make you feel one and f
every farmer with his flock ing stock for early laying. Keep up very real sense woman bal borne .the ." Women win not be less, 'vigorous by,morning I want you to go. t
? of turkeys, docks, geese or chickens, the hatching during every month for most sacrificial part in the great war. but betterand more intelligent pa back to the store and get your money. t.
should continue his hatching during the meat supply: ; but in case batching It is a war that will go down in his- triota if they are voters. In this I 'Listen to Mf Take no' more .tokening. Dodson Liver Tone is destroying; the as
the months of May and June. is discontinued, market' all surplus tory a* disproving not only the divine world-wide struggle for democracy let salivating ealomel 'when bilious oClQlletipa.t.ed. sale of ealomel because it is real liver

We must produce more poultry males, as they become only additional right of king, but the divine right of the, republic of the United States beth I . Don't tow a day's work I medicine; entirely: vegetable, therefore. It :
meat than ever before to help supply expense. ex. In this titanic itrugtle for a > first great nation of the earth to Calomel is mer uiy or quicksilverwhich can not salivate or make you <*
the great shortage of food that seems Do Not Kill .it Laying flea world-wide democracy over an' old grant to its women full suffrage, that I causes necrosis of the .be..... I guarantee that one spoonful Of Dod. i'
inevitable. With poultry, we have a Recently there has been a great.cry world autocracy women are coming for all time and Calomel when it tomes Into contact son's Liver Tone will put your sluggish
of supplying the'most desirablethe of costly poultry food. On farms, the into their and all the man iiv4htf woman of may' with sour bile crashes intoit, broking liver to work and clean your bowels. of
own. previous share affair
means cheapest and quickest meat production of poultry is largely a by prejudices that have divided the sexes equally government it.up., This is when you feel that awful that sour bile and constipated, w" "tlto- ;

-product of any other source of meat product. Every farmer should pro- are being obliterated in, fcce of the ;. nausea and cramping. If you are slug'pish which Is clogging your'nvftert anlltnak'r''r'
duce feeds. now for next winter's con fact that is de- and "all knocked out," if your Injr; you ICC"l mf..r blp. t .. i ia
supply sumption. At this season of the year, woman meeting every liver' it torpid and bowels constipated bottle el' D The wonderful agricultural re- mand that 1 I. being made her
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upon MEMORIAM or hare headache, dizziness, coated entire family fix-ling flu'for'
United SteteeIn these poultry consumes bugs and insects r IN you your r sWhat
of the and .
sources physically, mentally spiritually.When .
which usually menace the farmers' tongue if breath it bad or stomach sour months. Give it to your cliildn-n. .HI I. "
war times are going to be taxed to crops.. 'These bugs and insects furnish the war broke out the womenof just take a spoonful -of ,harmless Pod"soa's harmless; doesn't gripe and they like its "t
the uttermost for in addition to sup- the world were in a state of unrest.
Liver1' Tone tarte. _
of the valuable and I : OIL my guarantee.these pleasant
most
one expensive .
plynig our home demands, we shall be They were struggling for political PYTHIAN SISTERS EXTEND RESOLUTIONS : . - -
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elements of the -- ---- -- - - -
called upon to aid in supplying food food'.upplr: rights as they had struggled for the OF SYMPATY I
.to million of suffering humanity in viz., protein which is so necessary in right of organization for the right to resolution; be sent to our brother is LAX-FOS
and, stricken war their ration. Poultry will consume and Sister, Overstrect, and family,
the world' torn a place in the industrial world and in Whereas death has once again .
4. zone. Remember our friend in the seeds weeds, grass,, scattered and the professions and arts-rights hitherto visited the home of one. of our members a copy entered on our minutes"; also a LUC-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA ,
trenches. Let us each do our bit." wasted grains after harvest, aDd under enjoyed largely by man. Sister Essie Dale, and snatched copy mailed to the Valley Gazette for. A Digestive Liquid Laxative Cathartic ?'p

It is a well known fact that the farm conditions produce the The call to arms in the, great warring little James Alfred back to his Heavenly .- publication. and Li"erTonic. Contain Cascara Bark, -ii'
a neat' supply of the United States Is cheapest of all meat products. nations of Europe end Great Father; ALMA GARDNER, Blue Flag Root. Rhubarb Root BlackRootMayAppreRootSennaLeaves :

lower per capita than ever before in Economical production on city, sub Britain, was as surely a call to womento Therefore, be it resolved by: Klssim- ? BETTIE PAULK and lilt
'the history of this country. We have urban or town lots utilize the food rally to the defense of their coun- mee Temple No. 211: . ESTELLE ROBERSON Pepsin. Combines strength with palatable .j
waste ordinarily unavoidable in the aromatic taste. Does not grip. 50eHelp 4
.been urged from a patrioticstand try as tomen. Thousand and tens First: That we extend to Sister Committee. t
point to put forth every effort to increase family kitchens. Town folks are urgedto of thousands of women immediately Dale and.Sister Winn our deepest and ''
food produclon along. every Feed keep them a dozen the hens in the back lawn yard.. assumed the responsibilities laid down sincerest sympathy in their irrepar- Visiting card'"printed by the V "I plant that 1,000'acre. of sweet !

The"American; Poultry. Association' ; *''and,ger<1cn'wa'ta tagle scraps';;' '"''',' clipping .".....**' the Wr.jnen.aan4; farm! ,or ,the",factory exsll!",roa,,the Itall";mine ho jeft or: aplpl bow ,in one humble Seelin'. submissionwho ..thak apR'I i..ean.to''''"Illm only In.JinttLl9 ,n M ....tll' ...........'JlOlltijto ftf iiissnsasil '. . ,. .' .-"----- I Ix

...'. hopes to increase))., nation's supply against Extra all precaution:: should. .Curtail be waged the the munition .plant a woman stood "doeth all things well. -- "-

r ".JOO.OOO.OOO.pound.this'l.* less big loss- that p'qu1"pe.ta.each takes of ready to take his place that the necessities Second] That we point them to Him . ".' '' '.O' ... .. ....... ".. ... 11..0 .. ...O.... 'F
than one pound additional for everyman year many for war might continue to be, who ohlv can heal the wounds 'of sorrowing : '::1
woman and child in the United the chick hatched. provided. Who of this generation will hearts. _
States. Special bulletins on poultry issued ever; forget: the' unparalleled heroismof Third: Resolved, further, that a'' D. G. Wagner lnsuranceAgeacy' j
Florida consumes annually)) $10- by the Division of Animal Industry, U. the women of France who in the copy of these resolutions be sent to' '
.<' 000,000 worth of poultry products S. Department of Agriculture, may be autumn of 1914 against tremendousadds Sisters Dale and Winn. a'copy furnished -

ehe produces only 4000000. Let us had free by writing the Home Economics harvested that great crop? Or the local paper and a page of 2ad;l Floor Cfcueis Bank Bld,., r.... N.. 30.
be patriotic enough to produce at Department of the Florida who will be able to describe for future our minutes to be set aside upon '
least the products for homo consumption. State College for Women. generations the magnificent elf-sac which to inscribe these our heartfelt The Leading
Unless we increase the production More food this year is patriotism rificing efforts of the women of Russia General Insurance Agency In Osceola CO.

a of meat for home consumption, President Wilson in a recent proclamation and) Great Britain to do their bit sympathies.MAMIE' JEFFORDS '
meatless day are ahead. of us. This declares that one of the three for the defense of their country.; One Chairman, WE REPRESENT THE AETNA,',HOME OF NEW YORK, HARTFORD

sirs ill< of necessity, true, not only because necessities for the successful conduct wonders if the story of the women of MABEL L. ELLIS, AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE y
of the shortage of the meat supply in of .our war, is food and asserts that Belgium and Poland can ever be written LYDIA BUTLER. COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
1' this country, but because of the prevailing those who aid in increasing the food in word sufficiently adequate to AND CAN TAKE CARE OF
ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE
; high price of meat and of the of whatever ,
supply kind are responding portray their matchless sacrifice. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT }
fact that a* high a* their prices are to the vital needs of the nation. Courage and fortitude, under terrific LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO-
now they havo not yet reached the If you are not included among the strain and stress self-renunciation mighty Whereas God, to it 'call has from pleased the labors Al- BURGLARY PLATE GLASS AND 'tl;..
earthly
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maximum. As an example of what welmsy number for enlistment do bit in to
your even death are not qualities peeular -
expect, experts tell us .that the the poultry Mabel G., the young daughter of
yard.ning to one sex as against the other our beloved brother. Geo., W. Over- Explosive Insurance ;4
I andwoman
OJ. UUUuu but are common to both .man .street! t therefore ,
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if ,. ; alike. Be It Resolved) That the brothers of ALSO BONDS AND. LIABILITY.
.: t ;-ii p-prtn1 outfits have been placed in the One of the arguments long held by Orange Blossom! Lodge No. 80, F. and IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION"

County Agents' county this year. The county agent those; opposed to woman suffrage baa A.. M., tender to our brother and his AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION. "f
delivered them and explained how to been that as women could not bear bereaved' family all their sympathyand '- -.. .
I use them. arms, they had no right to the suf- love in this, their sad hour, of i *. Ir.

Dade County:' This:; county has the Manatee County: Several farmers rage; in other words ballots wens dependent grief, and would point them to hat 'j 1.
k only factory' in the United States are' taking in pond lands'' for rice upon' bullets. The present happy home above where there thai: .r.
that makes arrowroot starch from the growing. The Stewarta at Oak Knoll world war has forever shattered that be t no more sorrow or tears;
I. native plant.."Compto." About fifty have already plowed eigLt and ft half opinion. We have learned that the Be It Resolved Further, That whilewe
ton a month are milled. The factory acres William Johnson and his partners : man who digs the trench in which the deplore the break in the family circle ,Stout Lumber Co.
will plant, fifteen acre to this &'UJ/ is placed is dependent upon the .
g has orders for ,a year ahead and is yet we know that the Father do- ,
running night and day. "Compte"'is crop. Mr. .Johnson has also ordereda man which(or woman) who dig the trenchIn eth all thing well and that all things auooeaaona TO MAV-OTOUT LUMBER 00. -
the i'Indian word for Zamia integri- carload of limestone to use on his the potato or grain is placed. work together for the good of them
corn land. The armies who go forth to battle are DEALERS IN
.folia., that: love the Lord and while our visIon r a

Liberty County Interest in'the food Wakulla County i iOne' farmer hal main dependent to plant upon, produce the armies and manufacture who re-- tunnel is. now all will darkened meet: in yet joy in and that happiness future- YELLOW PINE AND' CYPRESS
? movement is
preparedness not lack purchased a barrel of crude oil and i* that which fs necessary to make ; ,
ing. At a recent: field meeting the using it and his possible the support of the regimentsat '
letting neighbor use Be It Further Resolved That a
forenoon 1(0 ; copy LUMBER
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persons were present. it in their' hog wallow vats, which i* the front, and many women have of these resolutions be mailed the
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IA, the. afternoon the same number .
enlisted in this rvice.. Women
vat construction. are
encouraging family of the deceased be.p..d '
listened to the speaking. a copy '
'- taking the places of men everywheren 'Works '
on our minute, and a be Novelty in Connection
Marion copy
County Farmer
i here ,
are 'the warring
Jackson County: Much interest was nations. More thanthat handed our local for publication. .
trying to increase the paper '
produced. amount of food shown at the recent meeting of our women have given to the world W. J. STEED ... It ;b ear pleasure 'te gins esUaute at all tisse
Special attention ie beffig county agricultural committee. A the men who are fighting* the great . . yea *.
S. L.'LUPFER j'> ' ". '
given to '' "
sweet; potatoes,
sub-committee light for democracy. We. recall the Cearteea Atteatiea sea Prept
to Delivery..
was appointed push -
J. SIMPSON .
W.
Dade County: Hundreds of tons of tick eradication in the county. An- famous words of Lucy: Stone; "Women "N.' ... .. ._
a good tomatoes went to waste each other one to look after the establishment have borne the armies of, the :- Phone '
IN MEMORIAM 21
; year in this county prior to 1917. Today of a cold storage plant for curIng world; let men bear the arms." :But Kissimmee, fla < r re' ,

;'ti; a tomato must run the gauntlet of meat, and on-s! to encotf age the In this great conflict women have had Kissimmee Temple No. 21, Pythian > ., ,- '.. . .. . .
':: the packing house, puh>factory, homes erection of a commercial feed manufacturing to bear arms also, that they might de- Sisters Xisslmmee, Florida;, June .. r
s canner and finally tho bog before 19, 1917. . .
pen. plant. One committee will fend the sanctity of their homes- the s ..
tlI> it can hope.to be left to rot. sacredness of their It having pleased almighty God in .
I undertake to furnish statistic regarding persons and the
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Hernando County: After partaking and number of livestock lives of their children. his providence to call Mra. Hancock ,
crop acreage
. of a fish dinner, G. L. Herrington in.the county. What: effect will tho war have Upon (Sister Thomas' mother) to her final
state com dub agent, made an interesting the political freedom of womenla a reward, therefore be-t>it:resolved:
and instructive talk to the boy*. Citrus County: Tick eradication is much asked question. That it will That: we bow In submission .to Him
The boys were .then grouped for pc.tu..takin..I.tter : uppermost in the minds of stock men have a tremendous reflex influence for who in ,His divine mercy dispenscth State Bank
( which all enjoyed' a all things after His divine will.
just now. I think we will get five vats good we confidently believe This
good salt-water bath. in this month and have ordered cement great struggle for democracy, whichmeans : Resolved, That the.tender sympathyof : ,
Calhoun'County: The cotton: gin this lodge be tendered to Sister
f I for them. .Cattle are badly in "government of the people, for
nery at Altha will soon be turned Into need of dipping; the people, by the people" cannot, exclude Thomas, relatives'' and friend;' and :' of Kissi eedfthe
a feed mill, and phospects slow up women. The British parliament may. His divine blessings ever accompany :

good., as the acreage of velvet beans SWEET POTATOES Is now fuly''' awake to that fact and .them and lead ,them .to a final.
; and corn i* the largest ever planted Full parliamentary will reunion in the Heavenly home.
,' in this county, 'and rice i. keeping If sweet potatoe..1 are properly 'be conferred' upon the suffrage women of Great soon Resolved That a cop"of' theso reso The worldare
:, pace,with them.,' planted and cultivated)] they will produce Britain. Province after province of lutions be sent to.Sister Thomas be eyes

Dade County;_ Mr. C. G. Smoak reporta 150 to 400 bushel* per acre. Canada has granted suffrage to women spread upon the minute of our lodge
that he has not bought any canned In order to get a good yield on av since the outbreak of the war, and and sent to the local paper. '

good ercept fourteen erage land it i I. necessary to apply 400 two of the three leading parties in MABEL.PERSONS Chain the who .
'years.. He also say.thattnh. expects to 1,000 Ibs..;of fertiliser per' acre Russia committeed, the grantIng MABEL ELLIS. on man .
to quit buying that Just a* soon a* he ((some growers apply 1,500)() to 2,000 of political are rights to women in.the MRS. PORTER. :
,. gets his silo built and some grade J Iba. ) analyrlnjt about 4 pet rvrt am' establishment of the new government ..

Lays bought Them rxe six er-I' mania. and 6, per cent phosphoric Even Germany, in its, long promised IN MEMORIAM -

.I .. in the Smoak family, and 7ann acid. This can 'be made. from equal extension of the suffrage, is being Whereas, God,.in His'wisdom, ha* Tan ,
man who board with them. Mr. part- forced to consider the necessity of taken Mabel daughter of our friend
.. Smoak i* a ::well-to-do. farmer and 10 per cent. t tankage. granting some form of it to the women and brother, Geo. .W. Overstreet, belt iAV.1'v s
their table i* well supplied. They eat 16 cent.' acid phosphate '
per ; ,' of the empire. .., resolved: _. .
canned goods every day, but they Or mix ISO .Ibs. cottonseed meal The mighty conflict which now That the officer) and member' of ,

grow. and can them on tl>*ir own' farm.iJSuwannee : with each 100 Ibs. acid phosphate rages and must continue until justice Kissimmee Council No. 27,' O. U. A,

ing- wa held County at the court: A-public house where meet good Well "rotted. stable" tIt .manure. is also. upon andequity.the earth are, once will .insure more established for womenas M.. tender to our herewith brother and heartfelt his family,sympathy in- ___ ,__. Z .1 't' : :Ja .a..L.t.e .""......." W."n'iY fi" a+"".. p,

members of the State Food Commission may be cheaper to buy a ready- well as for larger opportunities this sad hour of their bereavement; . rM
addressed a large and enthusiastic mixed manj
fertilizer of the above analyst ,for t.wiIJ demand '
c; -_audience of farmer on food pre- The*application may be made a recognition of the contribution which:a God knew all I about it,'how noble.. ( ,for a moment man
paredness. The meetine'waa :very week or ten days before setting the How young .
woman i I can. and must,make_to 'govenfhient gentle she was, and how brave., PAUSE .
successful in inspiring farmer to Increased vines:although some prefer two application for the welfare flf the How brilliant her possible future,
race. 've
.self.
thought to The
'a iYl.tr: in.the production of using one-half the fertilizer Great problems will confront us at Yet put her to sleep .in her grave. ', a_
food
and feed crop before planting and the other half the closo of the, which
war, only
Jacksonville.Dnval County The bankers of when the plants are making vine. be solved by government enactment can God knew all .about those who loved problems .that.' confront you now, or .
have agreed to lend 30. Low bed are better than high ones on and as women will be vitally affected her. '' '
''r', 000 to farmer in Ouval county, who dry land a* the high ridge dry out. they. should be given a voice<<: in their.oIptiol1' How bitter their n trial must be, !'will a few years'hence. U
ay are in need of small.loan* for buying too much to the
give best growth. There will be the adjust And right through it all He is loving,

etc.feed. with. farm the.implements'Written understanding fertilizers, plant The following has, list been, of sweet potato menu in the industrial world, the set And know so much better than we. Look about ',ou-a. aoI'_ affair ia coaafay, state,' ..alioD'et. '

that each borrower must follow the this office growers: submitted to thing of social questions the care of In, darkness ) .ia the world, are the aiea wke started te con early ia life.
dependents which class So the
will be greatly deep we're trusting -
instruction: of the county agent Ingrowing Bear Head Farms, Pine Castle. increased l _
by the ,
his crop Fred M. Preston. Orlando Route 1. All the issues with which ravages women of war.are One- day we shall say it was welL Trey Jau. the respect and coafid'eac of the consamaitv.ThM ,

Suwannee County: ,More than 90 Piedmont Plant Co., Orlando. Rt. 1... concerned today-the God took from her brow earth'slaurels
conservation of
per cent of the watermelon grown in Mote Plant Farm Plant City. public health, food production, food young I leek ea tie etker aide:-at tka fellows who spend aO taeyake '

this melon county will' association be sold through, a L. H. Hall Onurge Heights.. preparation, food consumption, etc- And crowned .her with oath's immortelles. -tber.aisy. have .a good tiase for a while, "bat what doe. their ;
rfc"ower. this year John Schlappi West Palm Beach. will gain in importance. There today.1IetW'een .. perseaaEty,reflect?
are -
The p good now and the association Jessie Smith, Citronelle.W ten and twelve million .,Be ft further resolved that aJ .

;; ha them. bad through much to the do with elimination establishing -. J..A.W.Landrum Williams BrooksviHe Crystal River., Rt. 2. women in industry and in the -next of.these resolutions be handed to copy our: A dollar er' aa'depesiied ia. this bank will I .be the '
leave brother and and
year as men the field of industry family, a copy mailed
competition, among seller A. P. Shank, Brookwille' Route 1. for the' field of war, countless thousands : to the Kissimmee yalley. Gazette for aaclea* ,of aa ,....we, independent career..

Every member of the association sign- 'C.C. Croft Hernando. .will be added *e the rank.. ,,' Hake year beginning aew:- today. Year halt. ,
'e41a contract (Itru. ferrlD8'.titl..dGWDenhlp Milton Sligh,Lady Lake What shall be done with these women ;publication.OTTO PLOETZ, R.. 8, book win pave tka way.. t i
to his crop to the association ;J. B. Hull, Starke.: when men return to the

Waknlla for the purpose I of sale. J.T. K.'Godbey, Waldo., ,of .commerce 'and peaceful.i industry pursuit T 'Whereas God in Hui. infinite Wi.. .Capital:stock ___.__.--U- nn__ ._ ,_ ,|le0,00Go0< err.-
4 closed deal C.
County a Milllean. Louise
Great social questions will arise which dom baa taken MabeL danghter ox' our ,R.tucss ever . ._
_
__
Mr. & .
ywtU Harmea Saturday for .e. M. A -- 400,000.0
a nunv McKinney Louise
: i it will be .brother and Mr. ,
peculiarly the; duty: of wom sister, and. lire._GoaOver.tretM.b. ... .
bee of Duroe-Jersey; pig for the club ,.. t en to face. Widows uad it resolved .r .
.w.xiLBaraLeanto. orphans and ,._ 4i ; Dv&anii --
..
Tbe a'I r n ? l"
boys. .the .bon 1 I oth.-tI.wu..w.boeom., dependent. I .>First: that'the 'officer*' ;and d.members .. __ 'n. $'
.l s>* se.+eslk'foa' bay rtheupips.atoe Mr. : Nick King, llto. all these will b the of of Kissimmee Mo. 4.1.'c'' :
car the ov. ) Temple I .,21,, Ph'itli. ]t. KATZ aid .Z"i: LESLET .
BMnnesT t>aav'o-raa r-backhcce! 1 I''B. J. Alien Leeejtto.' y r. eminent TOdJroineii t"Sistersympathise Y R
Pythian
She .colon. desirv rte deeplywit
'
'.MJib fcU> farm. State of W.JL.MUertlaverBoM.; t sLIgbtfa hare iatfeat care.la. , '< ' them in tioir.beraavesaeot. 1tOMA'TOMA8. CSektat' "s

i in thin I eva W was.) ... & 'l .; J 0 war the .history rf the worldthe .ttb. car Ai a. 41t......:,. '. .' ,s..' : ot11oQ. .,
-= a.. . oo Altoasra: AYotln 1; ... ... ... wpedu f \ I'c" ... ;. :: wtr . . ..,Ia e. N'. .., .. .11' ''' ardand AN _. "' ,.y'f'\ .yea,griewB-aa.bndene. .apeak ...... Lent -tatketh" away; ...'*. .. '; :c.jA.CIiIIIiON,, t{ *; &' ''Ji1iIiRfa.l"'I"; ", ,,, ."1" '.t';
.. ', .;... -.P. i'.41 mighty conflict In which .w.*.. 'BUM .* the Lord. .-' :" .,-, .1 ,J.-WAOS TDCUOt. ...Dt..... f' "

.",, I ,' '- ,'" ' now.. engaged. and her wean aa4 cvv I .. h ....... tIIat...,., < -- .. -- 1". .' ..
; ;- .,' .. .. .... .
"'-' -rs \. ., '::1. : .., ..... '.' ."' '.1''f. ,',"'". 'r'-..':'."""" r..,010..... ...... _" ...."', ? . ,,; ,. ,,-. : '.



I


:ITHE KISSIMMIE"VALLEY.GAZETTE. FRIDAY JULYitiT MVI _


J. H. REED AND BROTHER NEWSPAPER ANNOYANCES JOIN THE CROSS ...... .i.. .'. . .' . . . II ,.. . . ..... II ... ... It .....'


EPWORTH LEAGUE ,TO HAVE BAKERY IN ORLANDO ,. .
.
1[ I Her Is som.thlngyou might stickIn If J't. totea

hatband ."If :owned gun, join the I
1
: Orlando will soon have a new, modem your : a newspaper .$48,10BOSTON
what I would say in it Just Cross. You can;
team bakery.. Mr., J. H. Reed
,
to beat the
remarked help
The state ,secretary,-Clifford Earn. now would be a plenty a

shaw of. Tampa, Is, eafling'for: per- proprietor of the Hoine Bakery at man, the other day,. says I the Marion Hun join j the
EGsiiramee, and his brother, Mr. I ((0.) Tribune in a recent editoriaL Cross. If you .

*onal contributions to meet urgent I Adam Reed, of Alton. Illinois ,hare HY was invited to Write, what 'he don't believe :-in MASS.ancl

.-.'*. calls on Legu.tre.uri at this tim.. formed the Reed 'Baking Companyand ''wanted to say with assurance that it force, :If you can.. .,

Put :your handl.ln your pockets Leaguer would be printed if his signature accompanied not ride al horse, '
Intend to do wholesale business '
a It. there is still an.
11ft'a bit. That's the return .
and
way. In Orlando. A site l at the' corner of He very promptly declined the ten. other course-Join the Cross. If --- -_._ -- .
DfcLand Seniors enjoyed picnic at Hughe and South streets was 'pur- der, remarking that it would hurt his you want to help a bit,' join the :

the Stetson estate this month. Called business." There are a lot of people 3ross. Tote a little. mercy kit; '

it a school day, impersonating schoolboys chatted some time' ago from' Mr. willing anxious in fact, for things to join- the Cross.. You can bring Convention

and girls. Had recitations: recess George' Macy, and last week; contract b. said in the newspapers providing a, lot of,joys and a thousand pain Elks ,

vat signed with Mr. O. N" Larson, the' they hurt the business of somebody alloys to ,the Yankee soldier: boys : .. -I- r'.
lunch, games, etc. Join' the Cross. Till the heaven ,
well known contractor, for the immediati else and not their own. --;
Gainesville district secretary, Elmer construction of a two-story brick What newspaper has not had this blessed sod-but join the Cross. : ': .

- Boring of Waldo, has charge of the building,' thirty by seventy feet. A very same experience with this very Economize and Tickets on ,Sale July 6, 7 and 8
'
local league during th. absence of contract has also been given to' the same yellow tadpole of a citizen who trust in God--end
'Peterson Oven of New splutters and splutters about what join the Cross.. Be :
Company
President Cannon,in Savannah, Ga.- Final Limit to Return July 20th
old or be
York and- hicago for the constructionof ought to be printed in a newspaperand you :
Miss Nina Bratton, of Klslmmee, 'one of their double compartment what ought to'be omitted And you young, no '

Junior superintendent Orlando dis patent ovens, whose inside dimensions yet when you invite the coward to be matter what .your : '

trict. is making arrangements, for will b. sixteen by thirten feet. One responsible for, the manuscript bewants birth or tongue.. VIA '

' .. definite work of the compartment will! be for pastry you to publish, he whines like a Yet 'you can boone :

Misses Dixonia Roberts, Margaret and the other.for bread. sick dog, skulks behind this pretext among the Atlantic Coast'' LineSiuidnrd'

Little and Ella Mae Rivers, all of Ever attention or device that will and that, and wobbles out of 'the of-. Great Rod Cross.. ,

V Ocala Seniors, now in summer school Insure sanitary and economical opera. .flce-with a grouch. Chicago Tribune. :

at Gainesville, will attend League tion will be employed. The floor in That is not aiL He writes in th.tbe' '- innillllllll I IlllillllLegal -- .. Railroad of 'the South '

meetings at that place. the first story will be laid on creosoted will stop his paper if you don'tprint ; "

Miss,Edith Carter of Dade City, an timbers embedded in concrete,..the' what he himself won't sign. Yet I :.tOo. .. . .. .. ... ... .. .... .o..o..o..o....
'
enthusiastic' Leaguer, reports new aclivity ntlre.inside of' the building will be If you were to suggest to him that'his !

among the Leaguers., ..ltlanyha'e plastered and enameled brick will be threat to stop the caper is pure and .

signed the covenant curds, which (;lIed" on the outside walls of the oven. simple coercion through a' threat of dvertisements t

promises more dovotion in private and The ceilings will be ten and twelve blackmail he would yowl like a tomcat .

public League life. Miss Carter rendered feet high respectively, and plenty of i with its tail stepped on. .-i-s-ssi 1'ilSsiiISuSIIuIrt -

fine service in assisting Rev. R. light and ventilation provided. The The fellow who threatens to stop OltUI>ANCRN PROSPERITYSCMINOLE

t Ira Barnett presiding 'elder, of the plans also include an elevator,!, steam' his paper is trying to do to the news -

i Ocala district in district work. boiler, brick proofing room' and sep. paper' in a small way the very thing OnnijJANCB RELATINd TO .

i S. C. Peacock of Tampa, State Ep- arate, rooms for cooling finished products that he would condemn as criminal in THE THH IH'I B OP CITT WATER OP AND KIORIMMfeR.I.1OHT8TV ;! ... -

. worth Era agent, is very busy getting and storing fuel, besides a bath I a corporation that tried in any way tothrottW tXMUnA AND nKUWATINQ THE
I tfut League J9urnal and year book. for: and .dressing room for employes A the freedom of the press.Threatenin'g I TMERKFOR. ANI> PROVltTlNU -

191718. 'I complete line of machinery consistIng to stop the paper is an. THE MKTH008 WATER AND 01"LIGHTS FURNIRH1NQ ,Ideal Formulas

\ Mrs." line B. Knox has charge of : of automatic w.ter.tan. scales, attempt. at intimidation.ening ....Tn. TIR! SUCH CITIZENS: jAT? I'R .THE ... "-.' "- '. '.... -_." -......."' '' _....., '. ..1..r.Ii4It".1. <. 'JljU'-1 ''f'. '..- .
.Mle.nopy-.Junior.-4.s1jesnee'of-MIes. ., flourulfter'alld-blender'bread> "tnt xtr;' IJWt.leworse4han4hab'Thveat' ---cot':'.1''C'T1': mr-)1I'--\xTJ) !: NO' '

.. 1>1. Moore. dough dividers cake and wrapping to stop the paper is a confession LIUII1', nlL4.s, 'I Ideal Methods

Mrs. )!. C.'Jemlganot', Lake City machines, will be installed all power of bigoted intolerance on' the part of Be. It ordained .the Council of the '

Seniors, will spend summer in Minnesota being furnished by electrical motors. the delinquent subscriber that' pulls City of Klanlinmeer ,: fs2Odis"S Ideal 'Results

leaving League in,care. of Miss' The Home Bakery already enjoys a such a bone for It means that It does i the That r beginning'" of July upon A an> I*). Including 1 17. all .
'1 Lorena Chapman. large shipping trade to neighboringtowns not want the paper to have the cour- water and lights furnished to the eltl-

Gainesville District have dated- their and..this busines will all be age of its own- convictions after all, aena of Kissimmee. whether Individuals ;

.. Institute August lit to 4th at Waldo. transferred from Kissimmee to Orlando but insists that it shall have only the paid. for firm.according or corporations to the amount Shall used he, 11 DE Make Your Crops With a Profit '

Secretary Boring is very busy arranging on completion of the new plant. courage'of the convictions of the itop- such amounts to be acertalned. 'bymeans .
threatener. of water and light meterS and :_ Writ rr We. HookaN
,
, his plans. The Reed Brotherlown a license from my-paper
i Big magazines with' circulation'piling .at the following? rateal. : ; iLORIDE 0_. ASM! Clawl.*
Mrs.'Bertha Jolly of Mulberry, Bar- the Schultz Baking Company of Chi. I A flat rate of ten cents (bIG per .
t tow district secretary recently addressed cage for making their delicious article toward the'million and great met- thousand (1000) gallons for all water ALKID I.' Wilon & Toomer Fertilizer Co '

, the Bartow district conference known as Butter-Nut Bread and it is ropolitan newspapers are pestered uaed. Irrespective of the amount used. ,
with this pest who wants them to with minimum. chance of fifty cents I ,
pub IDEAL FERTIIJ2EES
t Manufacturers
r on League work. their intention to furnish a more (10.60) per month metera to be read CHEROKEE
. Miss Retta Ely reports Umatilla varied and superior line of pastry and lish something and assume a responsibility month.. "' I-.....In Spear Machinery and laieeetlelde.
t League getting along nicely and wide. cater to the demands of the citizens for, authorship which the pest A deposit of Two Dollara and a Half ERTttlZER
is too big a coward to'.assume. and l ($1 SO) will be required of all users of
I awake. Held interesting: social and of Orlando in this direction by open* water before same will be furnished.which Jacksonville: Florida
; business meeting. Miss Bena CollinsJs ing a' large store on Oranve avenue who threatens to stop his subscrtptlonIt deposit will be refunded to such '
they do not do his bidding. user upon discontinuance of the itSON&;
r president. early this fait: Orlando is to be congratulated :
be due
less. such amount aa may '
do have water,
Why these
" .Tampa City Union chartered one of on ,the prospect and a newspapers annoyances the city for water. All meters to be put EftTIUZER
the Favorite ,Line steamers last Friday : I hearty welcome awaits the new firm., ? Well, why do hotels sometimes In at the expense of the City and to be I '

evening and enjoyed an excursion have bedbugs and henhouses owned br the City. .. _ _,. .W! fI&: '
! - - '- .
rate of eight centa nO.on per
lice flat
have' ? A '
L l'' on Tampa Bay. LIST OF 'FLORIDA ACCREDITED K.- W. torah electric current uaed forlights .. '
Fort Pierce has a '.new league of HIGH SCHOOLS OF 1916-17, or purposes, with a. minimum ,
,
II members. Devotional SHOULD PLANT' KAFFIR CORN c r'rt't: :: One Dollar ($1.00> per -i..4 aLl

t, twenty-six meetings; will be attended. Miss LIU 'List,of Florida -accredited high -The Times-Union- suggests the' Motors month, may meters ba to operated b. read at the monthly.above WATERS ,& CARSON GROCERY CO'f Local Agents

! lian Waite, of much League, experience schools in the association of colleges rate or at the tttO IMS per HorsePower ,
growing of Kaffir corn on potato the option of. the
Mrs. W. E. Van 'per n
is president; '- .
, and secondary'schools of the Soqthern I
it declared -
that but
land being """
'i.: Landingham, vice-president Mrs. States 1916-17. (Note the figures be. little work is tequlred to very A deposit of Ten ;Pollara $1000)) will ...... . ... ....... ..... ..... ....'.... .. .. .... ....
k Anna Athern, secretary, and Ben Jau- low.) produce a be required of all users of electricity
'don. treasurer. Have thirteen subscriptions DeSoto county Summerlin Institute fine crop in September or October. before same will ba furnlahed. which
Era and will. add more. Kaffir11 corn is' aid to be very valuable deposit wJll be refunded to such user TresK Meais
to ,
Col4Storagefor
Manatee county, ClearwaterDaytona as food flour superior to that upon the discontinuance\ of the electric I ;
Reported by Mrs. R. R. Sellonberger, be
Colmer College Academy current less such amount aa may
made ,from combination of wheat
I ''of West .Palm' Beach secretary Central Walton county"Euatis,' Fort' Lauderdale a due the City for .electricity. All meters
, oats and barley and known as German and owned by the city
be Installed
district. to Etc.
Miami .
Eggs Vegetables
i Fort Myers. Gainesville, Florida If In- ,
The.July number of Epworth Era is Osceola soldier bread, being made from it It or acoulred by the city already i '
Military Academy, county stalled. '
,is also for
excellent feed poultry and
? '.4uj quite patriotic in Its dress, containing Lakeland, Largo Leesburg, Suwan. Al bllla for both water and electricity
'
farm- animals as chickens, hogs 'and monthly and It same
'yo B' fine write up of Florida Leaguers. nee, Miami, Pala\ka, Plant City, Punta horses eat it greedily. It is at-home are-are not payable paid In full within ten days STORAGE RATES ON'MEATS:
.5 1lIslEthel Bouchelle. a prominent Gorda, Pensacola, Quincy Sanford aft" the presentation of such bill.' or '
in all Southern States
and i I. not
. Leaguer of DeLand, who is attending St. Leon I particular within,tan days after such bill or bills
Petersburg
Hlllsborough all 1-2 pound Fifteen Day
Storage Meat cent
the University of Virginia, will represent Wanchula as to soil. Surely this oughtto are'mailed by the water and light col on.
county, Tarpon Springs. and the electricity or -
be worth trying in this region. lector the water
'
ference.Florida. Virginia League Con. West Palm Beach.Following the. of the I All of the foregoingarticle is true 'the either ease the may water be. maybe or the electricity cut oK at,the a-a Curing Pork ready for smoking. 1 12c. per pound, '.
are Dam'l
Fred T. Barnett is conducting I though the best characteristic of the options of the city without further Curing and Smoking 2c pound
Leaguer
,
thirteen in
for Clearwater states order asthey lead' in I crop! was not told. A. S. Nelson, who notice, and the amount of the unpaidbill per
revival campaign the number of accredited schools: has raised or bllla deducted from the depositor
splendid crops! of Kaft'lreom"on balance of the deposit .
Leaguers. State Population No. Schools deposits, and the

Hyde Park League, Tampa; held Texas. 3,896,642 57 it will yield his Shingle fine results Creek both farms of says seed In ,the U any.event. refunded that either to the the u..r.wateror : Bring u* your hog the day they are killed.' "We will do
evening .
Installation service at Sunday Georgia, 2,061,612 88 electricity la cut off for nonpayment 'I.

-- "K.church Gramling.hour, headed They presented by President a filM t' Virginia 2,061,612,* 28 many and forage localities here in, In Kansas fact, better Texas than and II.00 will of the be bill made or' to bllla,cut, a charge same of In I : i V.' ._ , ,., .......> . .'I the, ., rest.' "> ,M'"h.o

W. Virginia, 1,221,119 36 Oklahoma, and that without fertilizer.The .- again In addition to the payment of .

their'body; of pastor:young-is leader much interested Dr. Broyles in, Florida.Kentucky, 2,289,905 752,619 80 29 seed may be planted as late as all the* above Indebtedness mentioned to deposit the City or and deposits KISSIMMEE{ ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.bond

''their continued activities.. His sympathetic Carolina 7 the first of August. and will mature.Mr. aa the case may be. f. .J
2,200,287
is praiseworthy Nelson is authority for the state All ordinances or parts of ordinanceIn : 'I
co-operation Tennessee 2,184,7 9 8 ment that Kaffir corn planted the first conflict 'herewith are hereby, re. .. .
,
much
appreciated.
and S. Carolina 9
1.515,400
' ,Officer Bryan S. Pimb.rton' of Tampa Alabama 10. of Match; will ripen in June or early l-aaaed' open session. this Sfth day
p 2,138,093 July and if cut. at that time' will of June, A. D. mi, by unanimous vote
was recently licensed to preach and Arkanssa 1.574,449 11 "11 F H. LAWSON. of thirty (30"%, ) per cent of the taken a. confessed by said defendant.
will enter Southern College next term Mississippi 1,797,114 12 sprout and grow another crop by fall. President of CounciLAttesti amount of his bid. Work must commence It la further ordered that this order
.
within 10 days after the lettingof be published once a week for four,consecutive
the ministry. '
'to prepare for Louisiana, 1,656,388 13 each contract. weeks In the Ki.slmmee.Yal- '
; President Garfield Evans reports a Of the thirteen states Florida ranks Girls Have Pretty Face J, n..OILBERllerk.(8e.I . The Board reserves. the right to reject ley Gazette, a newspaper. published ..In
this month. Enjoyed and all bids. said county and state.
league trip to Tampa fifth in the number of accredited ( ) any
And Beautiful! of Jan, A. Plans and Hpeclflcatlons can be obtained This IJrd day of.June. 1911. ./
the of .Dr. Broyles Complexion Approved this 17th day ; .
hospitality schools per state, but ranks last in D. HIT. JOHN S. CAIEL. from Alan. ;J. MacOonough archltect J. t, OVER8TREBT. '
while visiting Hyde Park Lsague. At population. In fact Florida has ____o- IS-6t Mayor Klaalmmee, Florida, upon the Ct.. Ct. Seal Clerk Circuit Court.,
Highland avenue was' royally entertained slightly more than half the population I deposit of certified check In the sum of 7.";. MASS, '
An Atlanta makes discovery '
man new
H-4t
Camoboll and Lokosee Solicitor for Complainant.
for plan
by Vice-president E. A. Gallagher of the state of next lowest population. that make an old face look yearsyounger. 'AOTICB or KLKCTIOW and$10 115 the for the Kenannvllle plans L

r and wife, and spent several delightful Therefore, Florida, according to If your akin la dark brown, in such WALTER C. BA83 NOTICE. OK AUMINIHTUATOH ........
law
:or covered with freckles or blemIshi'ust In compliance with the '
at home of Bryan and Board of Public Instruction FINAL niSCHAHUM 41 '
hours' Chairman
above ,
II population ranks far any other use a little Cocoton. Skin WhItener cases made and provided. It la hereby
I Hollis Pemberton who reports TamplIeltrhta' / state in the south in number of accredited I ; It'. made with cocoanut oil aad announced .and declared tat. an election Osceola County Fla.AU..t -- .
.
Leaguers as studying League 'schools. I. perfectly harmleca. A few days' will he held at Narcoomiae, Onceolacountr. C E.: TOWEI.U Secretary. I$- tftOTICH I. Court .f' Ceusty Judge, st.te, :
their shoulders to use will Improve, your look 100 percent . Florida Special Tax School __ : !1en4 .
.work and putting It is a source of great -satisfaction The worn-out akin eom. oft District No. 2, On Thursday. August
OP EXECUTOR
'the wheel. to the people-of this county to know evenly, leavingno evidence of the 2nd A.'D. 117. for the purpose of determining .. n* Estate .f l-rl ,-ls1a B.... OaeelaCoaiaty. > t'
/. treatment the new healthy under-skln who shall serve! aa trusteeSet .
that graduates. from the Osceola county appearing a lovely new complex Bald district for twoyears next. after !. CoUrt of C..r. Jadge, Oaeeola .
ANDBEAUTIFY
LEMONS WHITEN .high school be entered in the fix the number of millsof i..r-.n
may ion. election' and to Commtr Btat of Florida to all whomIt
Notice la
THE SKIN schools of the' country without fur.. Just ask your druggist...... for an ounce' district. \ school tax to be levied and concern that on the lat day of

ther' examinations,' It is also highlyratifying' of Cocotone Skin \hltener. and If hewill collected annually for the said. two !. re .Estate of ...... W. T........ August may... A. n. 117, I shall apply to the '.
I not supply you send twentyfivecents
for to the educators of the : Y"Rr. appointed to act Honorable T. )C Murphy. Judge of aald
following
cheaply were
Jtla'ke this beautylotlon to The Cocotone Co., Atlanta. The '.
., 'country to note the standing of Florida Ua. and they will aend you a box by .t "l..ctions: Notice la hereby given to all whomIt court. aa ;Judge of Probate for my f\nal''
your f.cen k. arms and hands return mall. C-'w. Bruna. ;J. B. Tlndall SndIVi., U. may concern that on the lth day of discharge aa Administrator of the eatate
as compared with her, sister If your hair la hard to comb, la AvanC Inspectors; and W. F. Hill.pl..rk. .'I.. December, A. D. 1917. I shall apply to of Prlacllla Baaa,' deceased; and
, southern states. kinky. and will I the Honorable T, M. Murphy, Judge of that at tha aame time I will present to
At the cost of a small jar of ordinary I straight., nappy u.t use Cocotone never Hair Dressing Stay. Done by order of the Board of Pub- said Couf-t. aa Judge of Probate, for my said court my final accounts aa AdminIstrator "
II of Oaceola County final discharge aa Executor of the estate of said eatate. and ask for
ft Instruction
and will become l lic
loair,
: cnld 'cream'one can prepare a full I WHERE TO USE ECONOMY alrnh\ D. 1517.a W, deceased their .
soft flossy and beautiful few Florida,.this lard of .June. A. I of John Thompson ; approval.Dated I'
quarter pint of the"" most wonderful daya. Mall orders filled aGo for large W Co BASS. Chairman and that at the same time I will present ;January Hat A. n. 117.
W. call attention to a selection on box.' Attests -' my final accounts aa Executor ofaald OSCAR BABfl.
skin softener and 'complexion and ask for their approval.DatedJunrltth. l-ltem Administrator.
t lemon Co E. TOWEL, estate :
Needc
"United State Leaders" foundin
,SS-5t JJ..1817.. ._ _
'beautlfier, b? squeezing the Juice. of a column of this issue. - B. F. Cobb--and' Hardy Nettles 'of Superintendent.' EDGAR. D.: HOGAN. ?NOTIt! OP ADMINISTRATOR -

two frerih lemons into a, bottle containing There should not ba any'hysterical, Rosalie came up the river by launchon ,AOTICB f OH PUBLICATION t-moa Executor.1VOTICK
three ounces of orchard white. foolish economy practiced even in Monday, returning Tuesday. ,-.f the Isiterier. OFFe iVlXIi"IJTOR I. C..ri .f"; Ceewty Judge* ,

-Care: should be taken to strain the these critical times; but it will require "" U. g. ,DP..rt..t..... Otaee at ..1..111''Fl.. < Klaal Discharge) State .. Plertdsj
BHER."
SALE
thoughtful..discrimination to user- wises J... a, JlI7. -
.
'i4.p Juice through a.fine cloth so no lemon Iy our resources. u '. I !. C..f C..7'oJ...... OseeelaCe ; I. .. Ra..t. of PhilIp' MehrOeeevlai .
. In then this lotion will keep Schools colleges churches and in Notice la hereby 'given that, under Notice la hereby given that Rufua F.Bosse. ..<,., St... *f Ki.H... CeaimtyNotice
pulp gets ; and by virtue of warrant Issued by FlL.who on I. Re .Katate el Jekai MeLasighllauNotice "'; '
Center
't of Orange whom
to all
knows fact. all our social civil and industrial the Comptroller of the State of Florida.directed Is hereby given
'fresh for months. Every woman; August 1', 1'11. made Homestead entry I : It may concern that on the 7th day of
institutions should be diligently taken I I .to me as Sheriff of Oaeeola No. 010S75. for W* ot NW* and : la hereby given to"all whom
to bleach and A. :D. shall apply t.
is used September 1117J.1
that lemon to
Juice Florida commanding
,
County me
14 the
Section It. Township th.ton list day of
care of. These permanent institutions NW<4 of BW% It may concern, the Honorable M. Murphy. Judge of
and Sale from the Houtn
blemishes freckles, sal- collect by levy MB., .Tallahaaaee Meridian. A, D. HIT. I shall apply t. for ,
Range
remove such al I essential to maintenance S. : said Court aa ;Judge of Probate ,
are our Florida and Railway makethreesyear rhc.A'O: ;
Twu1J Tc.'frXdr..d : has filed notice of Intention to ; bl T. M. Murphy Judge of of 4
Administrator
lowness.and tan and la the ideal\, akin to say nothing of the matter of prog.ross the sum of ,, proof to establish claim to said Court a. ;Judge of Probate for myAnal my the final estate discharge of Philip aa Mohr deceased; ,
and Dollars and Seventyflv -
Twenty described. Clerk of the'estate '
softener whitener and beautifier.' and should be steapported.' the land above before discharge aa Executor and that at the same time I will-present
the
Centa ($212075) that being at Kissimmee, Florida on of John McLaughlin, deceased;
i Just try itt.Get three ounces, of We should endeavor to keep normal, amount of State an.l i County and Special, Circuit the 10th Court day.of July HIT. and that at the same time t wiN present te said Court of said my anal cutats.and accounts, ash asAdministrator It- ,
.
levied assessed for the of
Taxea year Executor
as'nearly _as possible, the program Claimant names aa witnesses: my final accounts as "
orchard white at any drug store-!; and of activities. A. D., l'lt. under Section 4* of Chapter T. H. Keen of Orange Center Fla. aid estate, and ask for their approval. for their approval.
L our Bt"S of the l>aw of Florida against the of Orange Center Fla.J Dated April Slril A. t>. tilT Dated March 4lh U11. '
I two lemons from the'grooer.'and makeup We should carefully ''Conserve our said South Florida and Quit Railway J.. J.W Keen Bass of Orange Center, F).. n. E.' M LAU.. .<1HI.W. A, fl DROUOH '
F a quarter pint of tfcla gweetly frasrTantJeinonMotion resources by using perishable food Company I have, levied I upon the following Randel ;J. Keen .f KI..lmm. Fla. April-$mos Executor. IS-l.-m Administrator.NOTICH
rather than' that, which will keep indefinitely described property ROBT. w DA.VtS.1S.1t ADBINI8TR4Toa-
ip and massage it daily 21 mllea of track > Register. IN CIRCUITcOIJUT) . OK
and Ihould promptly cut off S Loeomotlvea.. -
FLORIDA
and hands. STATE or
Info the face, necks arms .. '
all useless luxuries. 1 Combination Car. 1KOTICB TO COJTTRACTOR I. Court .( Cer Judge. *ta>te

It isxmarvelouXto lmotheD aeugb red It..,criminal ,for eventhe rich to !I 1 Motor Cars r '. K.... T. Mladler. .c.-.I.I_..| ... FI.rt.., .
Depot -
revel in luxury bile their fellow Teoli i The Board of Public'' 'Inatroc'tlon of Freak 'U'. Misier. bte.maat' :
iiands.It All and Pour Camp Cars.All Osce.la County ,Florida, will receive !. .. Relate .f Del_ Orebe.O.es. **
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citizens enduring'th. hazards and belonging to and owned by the -
are ,
furnishing .material and c.ty.,
Quit Railway Com proposals for JmMrtml n...... _lm C_.-
South.Florida and Ser itk
'. Mr. and Mrs. :J. F. Walters I have- returned deprivation of the war.' On the1 other pan,., In the County of Osceola ..ndSt.t. labor necessary school for' the epnstrootlon. - ty-IN CHANCRT.it'appiarlng - al1"wbom '
from a month's outing whenthey hand the poor should not economize to of Florida, and I will on the .th and following erection, point.of : Kenanavllle.. Camp - Notice< Is hereby given tie te lath day of

visited th.r former' cousin,'William !- the< extent of rendering themselves day of August, A. D. 1 1T. the aame being bell.Lok_. Kla.. until 10 o'clock a. nv.July by affidavit appended to Decemberb.eone.m.L.that. *lt.on 1 i shall. apply t..
three insufficient the needed tasks that the. flra Monday and the Rule Dayof 117. for the Campbell and the bill Sled above In the above-stated the Honorable T. M.< Mu.....". Judge of
T4 Gnselman at Largo. pent Bale at pub- leth. the defendant
the said mo.t..otr.r for Frank T.,Mlndler.
must be met.:. ,: buildings and,until 18 a. m. cause that said Court aa ;Judrfa_of Probate* for
Miss hour. of Lokoeee ,
the non-real.
weeks,in Tampa, and visited' 110 outcry between legal build. therein named, la a AdmlnlatratrlK
Bertha Twitchel at "Sti Petersburg. W0 ''should purchase our1 daily supplies sale, at the Depot owned by the south. August Ith. offloe for tb.-K.aan.Tlll.of the. Superintendent dent of the State -of Florida; and la a, iTth.my final estate discharge ef Delom aa Orall..... 4eoe.ad -
in the hOme market from home Florida and Gulf Railway Company, at IngTa t, of resident of NOlrai_ Artiona over the the time I will
extended their trip to the gulfcoast of Fvbllo Instruction la the City ; and that at same
Count.rtorWa
therefore
They Prairie RIdge OeeeoU. It to
: >
of twenty-one years
as' : age to said Court my Seal aoaevntela
raised products nearly a.possMe aforesaid .. see 1'1..11010", Florida. .
here last Thursday. atenrvetdentdefendant
returning the mentionedproperty ordered that said and
isuet be ac- of said, estate,
.. a. 'a patriotic 'duty. ..Thl.wUI help sell the same to the- highest. and beat Bid. for each building, the to appear AdmlnlatratrlK ,
la
check approval.
.- J at the! bidder if or each te collect,a.....taz.s compmner at oertISe4 to.toJtlIl..rID": :' "led U ask for their '. ,
T. Cor* Col4 1st O** Day : the ea'croranel same I of thtseale sum of UM_ 1na4. payable to Walter C. the. Date4..JUD. 5th! A.' D ill -
Tak- .LAXATTnt nOMdOeJalae. ItMove... time'leave) more in the market elsewhere and the_ ooata.t aad expense' -..U* .HUtlNQRAM,'.. Bass chairman of the Board that ClI Fob.theauee..f. said Sib 4.ot"A.PItt.cause enor before Af,IX Monday 1'1T. otherwtaS ;.IACILIII-* ltAdmlalatmtrla; rII'moe'
Headaek sad weeks .. tile CoM.Dndets elH1wt.er.lM'othen.tpsa.wmkDCT JU .8hrUr Ocol. Oomaiy. Florida, lie Instruction as a guarantee tbe allegations of ...hi blU will bet '
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.. refawl asoaw* U H fall., la curs1'I :f 'r",I If.*.* .., bidder will enter. late surety
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lIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY JULYV6, 1917 .

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the land of' their terians', as also some of tha Cabinet; K
'. 'I'I'I'I'I'I'I'I'I <' ' " " I.iMIOIMOf I trangement between
who beaded th.'
adopted allegiance and their fatherlands that- Lord Balfour,
T/i0 II and thankfulfor British Commission 'recently sent to '
we are profoundly
# their-loyalty.' our government/ is a member of the 1
SocietyNotes | Presbyterian Church in Scotland; Sir .',.

I That effect shall be given1 to these Douglass Haig.'who is commanding
conditions is voted that a National the British army in France, Is a mem- ":
(Mrs. E. E. Well., Editor.) Service Commission of the Presbyterian her of the Presbyterian Church; the \
"u Commissioner Joffre the Hero .::a...;
I Church in the U. S.A. be appoint French ,
'(Items 3 lE'Ballad541bOZrt by the Moderator that this Commission of the Marne, is a member of the Re. r--
Request is rode t. all patron of ... Valley Gazette U Mad ed consist of twenty-five; or more formed Presbyterian Church in ..

la these .colons.i and the France; and Pershing" who is commanding
.I Society Events V tko Editor for publication 4s. Crockett members, with the Moderator "
the American in
Stated Clerk members ex officio; that army
make France, was born in a Presbyterianhome
instructed to
the Commission be
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1" " .1.1.1.1.1.1..t. In Pennsylvania.
Y 1"1"1" formal offer to the government of the "
.4 t i e. .o..o..ooo.o. 0".. .tOO..O..O..OOOO OOOO.OO NOW ibis to. m tale el,,tbe great big war. United States of the services ,of -the "I do not make this reference to .'
oi Tw.s.a BUM .. pf.al Presbyterian Church, and, 'upon request waken your denominational pride,but
i .i MRS. KRIBBS IIOSTESS: : WIle flushed. when the Part said "You areA . of requisition by' the government that you may realize your obligation
0 SWIMMING PARTY 00 0 O mighty likable (al I" the Commission be authorizedto to live up to the high standard of patriotism
.. . .. o.O. .. such organization of the which has been set for you in
.
.. .. she. wss a rc4 little. llttlt arrange '
,; 'OO'O'OOOOOO"OO'O'OoOO'_ > -- AND cross luau. resources of the Church as'.may be all the history of this country..
Wfcesj bt I
paM th. corn-pU-meat
6 Mrs. G. F. Kribbs entertained witha ; wise or needful.
Miss Alpha Westfall entertained a cycle tea for the, Red Cross fund Bat abe saved the Patient fr.. abe hearse The General Assembly instructs I No. 231. .
crowd of young people Thurs And be this influence tlc..rt of tae C..dl1l.. *f the
merry at last week inviting Dr. and Mrs. .W. B. tot well and west Commission to use its utmost FIRST STATE RANK! OV KB NANS.
day.night with a swimming part Witherspoon, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Ault- Ir THEN off to Fraac bo saDed; and toe, to secure such Governmentalaction '\'ILLEI' !
'Lake Conway. The heavy" ram.which man, Capt. and Mrs. H. Katz, Mrs. ti,; Win Ihs call for as shall protect this country .C KrMBivIll "''I... 4. tae Stale .fFlorida
evening in no way 1 runes came.Sbo .. 'lo.. of .
fell during the Miss from the dangers -arising within the Ik* < H. !-
t the ardor of the guests. A Jean James, Mrs.Caldwell H. W.and Boice daughter and her, sister, started off op' .... ocean blue . nation out of the traffic in alcoholic .... .II.-.. Data' .lIlf. ....

brig fire was built and quantities of, Miss Frances Bay. ,, At '. fall fledged Red Cross dame. liquors and out of commercialized vice, RESOURCES' !: ..

chicken. pilau prepared viands.to supplementthe Even Mrs. Kribbs' house guest Miss I THe ballets flew and. the shells I bey bunt and to safeguard the morals of our I Loan[.nuns on on-real collateral. eatah.-security-.___1 (00.00 ,

customary picnic Melvina Bachofen, who is a Red Cross And the soldier; wounded, lay ; 'young men and young women; and we other than real evlat;..-___ B.015.4S '
the ride on a National truck as'I1u&bJy call all ministers and moral leaders I and d!. (... "
At tnurse, wore the nurses' uniform adding '' "If I could be by "a lair maid nursed upon All older loan cuun 6,411,11
the revelers. llverdraft.----------------- 14,8'
enjoyed by to''set before the youth of the '11
touch of realism to the event. '
a '
the party were: Misses Hazel McMul- why I'd gladly' pass away r' land the ) of and nklnir house furniture and ',
1 Delicious cakes and tea were served hlgl) duty sobriety I fixture :! 4.M4.80. .
len of Lakeland, Beatrice Hilton of 'in the afternoon. 'THEY took blm back la the am-bu.lanc. chastity. HUP from IncorporahHIba\llta.\ 2.611 2sCunh

; ..Loughman Lottie Clark, Dot and and he".Joe guest Makinson, ThelTna\ I $1.50was the sum contributed-.- to ? 1 To the Hi base, hos.pit-. .' Uxpenneii on hand and _taxed paid------'-.... 1.nXl:: r<

the cause.; Twaa an awful ..wound but bis waking fiance I America's Burle
Osborne, Freida Schweikart, Corrie '. By Charles Lemuel Thompson ,, Total, ._____...m.524BCapita .
-Why you're that likable .
fall"
.i 'Cannon Harriette Seamore, Dorothy c Above the scream of the burstingshell '
Wells Mamie Pilley, Lucy Lupfer, Es. .4.---- AND the brave little, sweet little Red Cross nurse LI'AnIUTlES "::
,
\ I.stock paid 'In, __..1 15,000.00 >.;
ale Bass, Abby Harris, Messrs. Roy 0' .c- I Just wooed him back to life i; And the hiss'of the -submarine Hurpltin fund _---.__--.,__..<.-.. II.... Graves, Prator Gilbert, Murray Over. 6' INTERESTING MISSIONARY" Then be wooed her, for better or worse. t.hear the hammer of the. great god :. Individual deposits_| sul Jcet i.to. ,fcheck '
street, Bert Wells, Raymond Beard. o MEETING ,< And brought her back his wile I Thor,- I rnshlor's:chrcka outetendlnr89.00 8.041.4S \'J:!
ren, Walter Bass, Howard Wadick; ,. Filling the earth and the heavens afar :Uro.k Income! ---...-....-::..... '3k4.00 .1|
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Ralph Turner, Roscoe Roberson,, Roy OC'rq'q' { ae{MG44 1'fi00"'rb ti.1'q" With'a din like the furies of holl- '
4 Johnson Bradley : Total 1_.,.-...,-___-JM.614.IB ,*
Young,"bTf1P"Bnttdtirlf Sheldon m'i.iiiiJj '* ''i''J'iV"Vi' ''i J'r''ValT'i''riiv"i'"uMrs. ""T 1> I<.. b.>t7ArJ...:. .1iI.l'mlli6: !:' ..JliiT'nJrh
iflPta, ; "tAfq''N'rovrt7. llugfiGeiger: entertaTnea the of Florida.; : ; .
LeRoy Lesley Mrs. J. J), Clark. Mrs.. Missionary Society of the First Bap And every' blow of the hammer that. ()1, of H.(ceola Bass,Ae..lI. :i.tl.t; Ca'hler; *' of .
Westfall, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson tist Church Tuesday nfternon at the falls 'the Rbrtve-named bank da a9l.mnlr ,

N. B. Carson home' oh .Broadway The o From northern. seas to the Southern, swear that the abov statement. I. true.
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' to bent of my hnowlodlo and h
the
,J 04006 study was especially interesting and shore,- JOHN H. BAAS .
.. 0 had for its subject, .Two Nations. The Though Odin' and Thor are giving ......I.Ia..t Cashier. ,
:0 CYCLE TEA .6H I musical numbers were in harmony their might Correct-Attest:

H ...O 6 with the subject andwere_ greatly enjoyed .. To shatter;, the bonds in which men 8uhnrrlbed..A.and I* HUNT sworn to before m.
......O..OOO.O.O... I by the guests.'Mrs. P. K. Weaver unite, cite 1\.1I1h\ day of June. HIT.J08. .

rendered two selections, Miss PATRIOTIC SUNDAY IS blood of Christian martyrs has been And silence the voice in which I' C. JACKSON Public.'
Miss Ethel Gilbert entertained last Ethel Wilder played a piano number, MOST FITTINGLY OBSERVED shed. When such liberty is threatened brotherhood calls,- Notary PubliC State Notary of Florida My
'Friday afternoon with a cycle tea at Mrs. Weaver and Mrs. Geiger sanga the Church should tak its most It welds Humanity's metal the more. [commission expires January 2(. HID.
'her home on Park street for the benefit duet"and Miss Inez Carson sang two exalted position in prostration' and hu-
'- of the Red Cross. Pretty needlework selections. (Continued from Page One) miliation before God. In the midst of But hark! 'Twixt the stroke of that
occupied the attention of the During the social hour sandwiches, ice. the tremendous energy evoked by the 'hammer of Thor, ALSBKRHOMIKR
guests during the afternoon. A dainty lemonade, cake and candy were serv Dr. Witherspoon 'read the splendid necessity for material and military Over the land and the binding seas,
, '+ >_lad course, iced tea and sandwiches ed. national service commission of the preparedness, in the midst of all the I hear the notes of a bugle blown,-."
" rvrere served by the hostess, assisted by' Presbyterian Church, which was delivered fine endeavor of the men of our land Solemn as words which the priests intone .
s Misses Grace Gilbert and Norma Grif- 'OOO'O..O.O'OOtOOOO O'O to the General Assembly in the to make America strong in resources -
."fln. Those tlesent were Misses Or- 6 OO past May, then followed 4t with a pa- and efficient in action, the voice of Falling like dew.on the tents of war.
: 3>ha Rose, Mildred Winn, Maurine ANNOUNCEMENT dO triotic poem written by a PresbyterIan the Church should be lifted, as the The call of a world's new liberties
'
,' Darin, Kathleen Bearden Betty Pher- O minister. voice of ancient prophets, in calling
; Ago, Katy-Thomason: HeLen Bass, Lil. Deliverance. the State of the Nation the nation back to God and to justice, And Belgium struggles again to her AND CRL'DE-OIL
ian Prentis, Abby Harris, Grace Wlnn, ..OOO.'OOOOO..OO. .O.OO'O. 'Officers and Members mercy and humility.The feet, K\IUINICII-Run: on oil of any kind. ,
Norma: Griffin. Grace Gilbert Mattie To'the Ministers; General Assembly, therefore, And Poland wakes again from a dull No batteries. magneto or Ig-nltor. Ao'ld"h
Belle Harris. Mrs. J. Wade Tucker, Mrs. U H. of the Presbyterian, Church in 4 engine will run a full load
R Ingram and! Mrs. J.;L. Overstreet will the U. S. A: directs and enjoins hllchurchesunder despair, at coat of So a day.
entertain with talent tea at the its jurisdiction, on Sunday, July 1, And the little brothers from mountainand Rimes I, 4, 8. 20, 10. 75 h. p. Sendfor
ir1- .. ... ... ........ home of Mrs. Tucker a Friday after- Brethren Beloved: 1917 to present themselves unitedly glen prlcea.. PumDe Haw-JoIII Supplies, KnKlnes. -
.
Boilers Mill and Wood
1 'p Od noon. A large attendance is especially In the progression and developmentof before God In penitence and prayer, to Of Anarchy's realms crp out, "We are worknia "' -
MISS LEE HOSTESS OY the ideals and institutions of the beseech His forgiveness and His mercy men;" MALSBY MACHINERY CO.
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urged.
Y O Ot American Republic, Presbyterianism to confess faith in his unchangeable And the bugle has grown to a symphony 40-ie '. Bar 8tSUPPLY, .11..9111. FI.. .
.t..OO.tt..... ..OOOO has been a vital and significant: force. goodness and trust in His loving rare- .
HILL-BUCKLEY That force is challengfd anew by the kindness to save our country, and to To music for angel choristers meet. r
Miss Mildred ''Lee entertained last crisis that now confronts this genera bring relief to a world of burdenedmen.
4 Friday afternoon at her home on Miss Madeline M. Hill and .Mr. tion. The conflict into which we have America's bu&lef! It is! filling the -
t Clyde avenue with a delightful.tea in Claire B. Buckley of Narcoossee were been Irrestibly drawn is one that is s'o The task of the Church is to guide world,
'honor of Misses Alice and Josephine 'quietly married yesterday afternoon manifestly for righteousness and for and furnish the'mind and heart of man And men are more .precious ,than lET' C'A =,,
r Steed DeLand. The afternoon .waat at the Methodist parsonage in this humanity that it should command the with the courage and Lope of the crowns \ DDE'N .
pleasantly spent in. social conversaV city. Rev. J. B. Ley performed the courageous and unreserved support of Gospel, to re-establish our* fallen From the flowers of Japan to the.Ural M
i "lion.' Delicious refreshments of sandwiches ceremony at 5 o'clock. Immediately all our people. By every thrill .f loyalty ideals of human brotherhood,' righteous pine, -
; ioed tea and cake were served after the happy couple returned to to our sacred heritage, by every good will and peace, and to give Humanity's soldiers ,ere marching in YOU !!'
Toy the hostess, assisted by Misses Narcoossee; but left today by motor memory of the sacrifice and sufferingof expression to our confidence hi the undivided line;
Ethel Lee and Almenla Dozier of Ar- for Daytona Beach, where they will our fathers, by every compelling unit;; of the faith in Christ Heaven's music war's thundcrings naanaa2v.
r Josephine and Alice Steed, Anne and The wedding came as a surprise to Presbyterian Church is summoned to nations, even though strife may alien' And Odin and Thor from their thrones
Inez Carson, Maude and Louise Thompson friends in Orlando and more than tdo its.part in delivering the world ate them one from another.' are. ,.hurled!I."il'\" '\'>,.aK+' '. I.:" .
Virginia Tiller, Almenia Dozier, usual local Interest, attached to the from its bondage! to' autocratic rule, We, therefore, affirm Oltr'' unity' in ?' ',P_,' ',', (-' ,"l.if t\J\: oliI, r rGARDEMand
.Turville, Mrs. Louis O'Bryan, Mrs. event as Miss Hill was'for a numberof and from! its prison house of armaments the spirit with the Chrlstlllnj1T1en'otthe ( Then flowers'Wu ICO| out of the blood.
1 .Pilley;' Mrs; P; K..Weaver, Mrs. Stan- years a student of the Cathedral into a life free to express .Its nations with which Iwe; are associated {\\' soaked sod, ;'e -
School and is a member of its alum- natural will and r( 'And :ruins i a ret shaped I to?the
Icy Bullock Jr., Mrs. H. S. Geiger and : own good. fellowshipwith and of the nations with rwhic, new
-Mrs. J. M. lee. nae, having graduated with the class all men. we are at strife, and we affirm our built town; '
I of '11. She is the daughter of Mr. The' 129th General Assembly of the readiness to join with\ them in finding Through Time's evening air there' is FI EL 1 1SEED'

.O..OOOOO and Mrs. F. W, Hill of Narcoossee, Presbyterian Church\ in the United some just way of bringing this., war creeping in '
.OO.O..tOOOO. and since the completion of her studies A voice and sweet to world of
'" 0 States of America records its loyal allegiance to an end.Especially. new a
l tO FOR MRS. MILLS < has a number of times visited Or. to the Government of the do .we give assurance to sin'Tis ,
'' 0 OMrs..Lyles lando as a guest of Mrs. Braxton United States of America and its' unfaltering the brethren of our common reformed a.not.e from David's harp drop- I
Beacham, Jr., then Miss Roberta support of the president in i faith in Great Britaip, Canada France ped down- ESPECIALLY ADAPTED
r Branch. Both -she and Mr. Buckley the prosecution of this "The wrath of men shall yet praise '
' i I II war. I and Italy, of our loyal holding fast to FOR YOUR STATE
;'! ' pre 'well known here and will receive The Presbyterian faith is, and always t'he .historic liberties which continues God." ,"
Storv has issued Invitations
i the good wishes of many friends.-Orlando has bean! the exponent of liberty -I to bind us together.We -FREE--
for reception at her home
a
M Mabbetto stroet Saturday from 3 on to J J.C Reporter-Star, July 3. but of liberty in subjection to the I sympathize with the members The pastor said by way of com- ,
s o'clock. The event is in} honor of'('I I will of God. In witness to the worth of of our Church, and our fallow citizens, ment, "It is evident"from this that the OUR INSTRUCTIVE CATACOTJ
., her mother, Mrs. 3* B. Mills, who is 'I''KING'S DAUGHTERS THANKFUL the preservation of this ;liberty, the whose hearts- are burdened by the es- Presbyterian Church is still patriotic, AND WEEKLY PRICEUSV
here Kansas. as it was in the days' of the Revolu 4 SEND FOR THEM TO DAYS
from Resolved ,
that ..
a rising vote of ---- ---------------- -- -- tion.
thanks be given to the of
proprietor
fi OOO.. the Grays tone; to the persons who TilE KISSIMMEE ROAD auto drivers, when turning out at .It will also interest you to know in EAUARTIN SEEDGOKJACKSONVILLEFLAV
used their automobiles; to the Ga- night. This is because of a lack of connection with the fact that the president .

O VISITING.. LADIES HONORED a'O zette for advertising; to all who help. The Orlando Reporter-Star gives neo?ssary width, and the high embankment and vice-president are Presby.
O ed make our Trtp Around the World a at places.
OO'O'.OoIOO .H. success; and that.. copy be spread on this timely advice: concerning the Or. Of necessity there ere many not 9f'44444' <-f'O"O'.O.UIOOO tO oooooo.o.oooo oou to OH9... .y
-' our minutes and a copy be placed in ange county portion of. Dixie High. acquainted with the road who travelit A

Misses Josephine and Alice Steed of the columns of too Gazette. way, connecting Orlando and Kissim- and because, they are not familiar: t The Silver Sea Hotel
I DeLand, who were guests of- their KING'S DAUGHTERS CLASS, with its defects the jeopardy to themis I f
brother, W. J.. Steed with Misses An.ne M. E. S. S. race.The great. The highway ehould be is
Bryan and Inez Carson, were very Kissimmee road is a very good made safe for all. This Is a work t ATLANTIC BEACH. CORONADO FLA.
1; .delightfully entertained by Mrs. t;. F. : By request of the ardent cupporters road for travel by Afy, but it is dangerous which the county commissioners ,
"Kribb.. at her pleasant country home, of the Red Cross movement, the Ga- at night. It has a numbnr of should tako up without delay New open under tbe management of A. Fred Falck., .
":Saturday. Miss Melvina Bachofen, zette in next week's issue will print high-angled curves, and the roadbed is j
V :Mrs. Kribbs' house guest, assisted in the complete list of charter, membersin built in such a manner as to b. accompanied -I Cuiine tbe best. Shore Dinners a Specialty. Auto meet all train at '.1 ,

i .;Aserving cakes, tea and ice cream. Kissimmee. with considerable hazard to New Smyrna.
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--. . $2.50 per: Day. Weekly Rates upon application. j

Special Week End Rates. J1
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of good ,service ii made manifest by the great volume of business) "..i"relieved .

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to year eyes. .At. any rate, don't be discouraged over it be. ...
the gods ia a glass of our Ice ,
We are' daily meeting the Banking requirement of hundreds'of

s cold, sparkling delicious soda. cause we can relieve you if you will take the trouble to call
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citizens.
1 our When tired with shopping women
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find our fountain a resting place- .. us. We are extremely cartful about fitting, and our
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x We protect your money against lot from every'cause by 'insuring r' ;
it : 'l'3. ' i :{: 1I' 1--::' -. : are sure. Treat yourself to a glass \ prices art reasonable. '
e' 1 ',aU depoII", .. 'of 'or" soda today if you 'would I
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'' 'f. .' ." .Any flavor ;you like and some new '
........ 'ones you; ought to try.Palace W.
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