Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00091504/00811
 Material Information
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 13, 1917
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00811
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
 Related Items
Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

Full Text
"
+,

t


.. .
. ... ...... .. . . .....:... .. ..... . . . .o .

...... ... ,

OaC BVBMT/... OLSLAND, 00 GOOD 0 .0 KlAlMMJEB. La71w'faei" < ISSIMMEE VALLEY, GAZFiTfl3." End' \



Asd OSCEOLA JOURNAL c...4aM Jeaaary 11, HIS

_ '

t.:1: '|CaMJU4*<*a aYm.a." 1*. a.ev. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA FRIDAY,' JULY 13. 1917 VOLUME XX-No..31
= : i ouws..is..r ear*' MfcwM JM.sr>.1Ma.

---------------
"


CONVICT GANG BEGIN WORK WATER AND. LIGHT- SERVICEDISCONTINEDTO





GRADING ON 'MISSING LINK n, jCJt'ld DELINQUENTS: ..

.
-
..
CONVICT. CAMP MOVED TO I MAKING ARRANGEMENTS FOR se/PI?'jj W INTERURBAN PROMOTERS SAY MUCH INTEREST MANIFESTED IN ./

LOUGHMAN ROAD, AND TILE ORLANDO MIDWINTER FAIR NEW ORDINANCE BY PATRONS
EARLY ,
ROAD.I I ROAD BE BUILT AT DATE .
WORK OF PREPARING OUR heritage of trust and weal OF KISSIMMEE'S PUBLIC UTILITIES '
The directors of the fair are getting Hat, now become, the world' great' hope'' ----
BED FOR BRICK NOW WELL :News has been PLANT THOSE. WHO
an early move on in arranging for For freedom from Oppression's heel. scarce lately concerning
UNDER WAY LAYING OF the next annual exposition. This. For Aspiration's wider the interurban 'railway project FAILED TO PUT UP DEPOSIT '
seems a step well taken since : scope.
seven
BRICK AND CURBING TO BE months is not any too long ahead' to which has been talked of for the BEING CUT OFF FROM SERVICE
CONVICTS. accomplish all that needs to be doneto ; TTO this world-call.: have we reply past year and the Times has had frequent THIS MORNING.
DONE BY make the fair: the success it Other than that our fathers cave t inquiries of late from parties 1
who ane very much interested In seeIng -
should be. : To guard this. trust, what If we die the railway project -
At put through.
a meetinaheld Monday
I evening '
For 'more than year It has been 1 several important steps were taken I \ If dying lathe way to save! These Inquiries were answered last Little else was discussed on the

the ambition of Kissimmee, to complete indicating something of what is in Snturday evening when thc'e appeared streets the early part of- the week ;,
of the hath instant need on the ground three of .tho
the flaring of the portion store for next February. HUMANITY men than the
water and
new light ordinance ,
Dixie Highway through Oscepla coun- i Vice presidents Jollowing W. H, Of loyalty that seek to,serve; who are devoting their entire time to i
stretch from thiscity the promotion of the interurban which would aro Into .ff.ct''ues:
'
twelve-mile
A Reynolds were elected follows proposition.
.1 i.1tr. as : S'i And even though death ,{were Its meed.
to the Polk county line near, Q. Chase, A. C. Starb !'cl. J. L. Dillard day.This topic seemed to bs 'of burnJngJatflrcatAnd.knots .
'Joughman was the only bit;,Itl seem: E, L 1 own..C., ., .,.t..M"'O"'Oy.er. From Its Ideal It would. not swerve.. Meesre.,t9... n. p u.t j.fn mr K. : :of peoplegathg_--:' _
? ntral; ;: "" MlddleEon f: : '
tldu. f"'th.litl'hw."th..p' + ''Itfeet0"Browand: : A: G. Bran- IMF orstroseph.'Mo.; and W. ed at convenient place to discu** the ;
Florida that had not been provided ham. I LifE -would have notnlnf worth to sive. S..Alyea of St. Cloud Florida arrived situation c 1

for and this city had begun to.receivea Honorary vice presidents 'elected: J. Had men not for their duty died in Melbourne Saturday afternoon, The deposit of,$2.50 on the water-

lot of unfavorable advertising from T.. McLean,. H. H. Witherington! J. ,T. f: True patriots would scorn to Uv.1i ._ coming. by autombolle over the Dixie meter with a reduced rate of ten cent ",.
autoists who were touring the state. Jacobs, Geo. S. Deiiitng, J. H. Wend- Highway branch from St. Cloud to per thousand gallons for service met
AH appearances now indicate that thla' leI',- E :L. Leslie E. M. Bond .I.. P. If they'. the J'sacrifice: denied.' Deer'Parkand thence over the Union with universal satisfaction, a* it was
wish is soon to be granted. Hagan. J. H. Compton. W. M. Igou Cypress Railway to Hopkins. These evident that the consumer would soon''' "
Capt. L. R. Farmer moved the convict Wm. Brown. o YE who seek the soultrM air. gentlemen are back of the deal to finance save that amount on his water bills.
gang out to that neighborhood Publicity committee elected: C. E. Who seek the latter hope, arise I the project,, and they spent Saturday The.storm of opposition which developed ', "
(last week and the grading of the roadIe Howard, superintendent; H. H. Dick. For truth, and justice& Do i and Dare! afternoon and all day. Sunday was aimed against the portion r '
going forward. son,'W. M. Glenn W. S. Branch H. In looking over the ground spending of the ordinance which required the
Who live when Freedom dies?
When completed the road will be Reese, Miss Eloise Robinson Miss Lil- + cares to a portion of the time at Indailantic- user of electriclight to sell his light a'
-forty feet wide and the present fills lian Estes F. E. Adams, R. J. Holly F.wBelacham by-tho-Sea, one of. the main objective meter to the city for the sum of $10,*" 1'
through ponds and low spots will be C. E. Woods Gilbert Leach C. O. Cod- points for a railway proposition on the amount to be paid with a credit i
widened from the twenty feet to thirty: .ringtonW, }J. Harris F, M, Allen. the East Coast. They were highly slip which would serve a* a' deposit +
feet. The work of grading will not require Other committees will appear later. pleased with the, conditions existing: and cuarantee the payment of the A
more than a Couple of months Miss Brown of thai -Cronos county here and stated that there WM no user's light bill or in event the user, +
and may be done by the first of Sep rural schools and County Superinten question iCs to the project being put wished to continue owning the1 meter F w''
tember. I dent Johnson appeared before the directors through at an early date.: ,The survey he would be required deposit $10 ;,'
The Board .of 'County Commissioners with a1 proposition for the pubs of a line will be completed this week to the city a* long.a* he continued,to
have ordered'steps to be taken to- lie school exhibits and exercises which so these men state, running directly taae electric +
ward validation of the bonds and attorney promise to become 'great feature of across the state from Melbourne to General misunderstanding' eeemedto t
for the board J.S. Cadel, tho fair. Among other things determined Tampa which of course includes the exist in regard to this portion of a.
thinks there will be no difficulty Indisposing 'upon is the giving to school twenty miles of'road now in operation the i ordinance, and many labored 'un-
of them. : purposes an entire building for sebar- Makes Plea For between here and Deer Park by. the der the impression that they would
A'delay of 30 i'1'ys will be icces-: I ate exhibition booths for o .ch school I, Union Cypress Company be required to sell their meter and.put
aary to admit of advertising bids on in the county for the showing not onlyof It does not require the ''Word of 'an up the deposit also.- Landlords wermj"
material for road construction/ then the work done In the schools but Better Movie) PatronageTo inspired prophet to tell the people of uncertain aa to Just what action It was r''
the work of paving will be' begun.' industrial and domestic science and this famous Indian River section that desirable they should take and tenants

This paving will be sixteen feet wide art exhibits. II -----=--------- y there la a growing demand for a cross feared the burden would be. laid on
from .the crossing or entrance to the fairgrounds I' tent for school speeches, exercises and the People of Kisslmmee: mend them when' they are run prop. the minds of most people is, will the City Clerk J. R. Gilbert's' office, k
I and'nine feet wide from that demonstration work. ,As a growing, thriving town, Kissimm'ee erly.'and the right pictures shown railway people provide the required where A. E. Thomas, the new light
point to the Polk county Una. I Miss Brown and Secretary Howard has made reputationthrou&hout Now woe are doing all we can to keep capacity to handle the business that and water collector held forth, waa
Heretofore contracts for road.construction were appointed to perfect matters of a this high standard up to the mark and will be offered. Without taking.' into certainly a busy place Monday and'
has been awarded to pavingcompanies : this sort and to.rearrange the school the state. As citizens, you want you to know that If you patronize consideration the'present demands for Tuesday for the 'ordinance contained. '
l but'in this event the entire premium section of the rnrual prem have Encouraged! and fostered all that us, you are''' doing your share toward this proposed road the now development the notice that the supply of light and '
labor of construction will be don. hum list . you' have considered a good to the keeping. chow in town; and which ie now going on and that waten would be promptly '.cut off in
.d .by convict labor wide the direction I A number of other matters 'w ro community and all those. things which that it 1s highly appreciated. which is to take place In the immediate event the user foiled' to.come up with''
of. Capt. Farmer who states that he disposed of, among them the dates for stand for progress. We/want to keep the place open I future It Is necessary at the startto the meter orthe deposit by; the tenth
can build as gOOJ a road as these com. the, fair .which werV! fixed for/.Febnit Some weeks ago it wee brought to tafooga-the slow summer months/ If': figure on-a double track road from of the lnotJi.. rat 'extra clerkswere''< W yip
... 'pant .--y'' build and from past-exneriences ..' 'I"12(13, 14<< 'rnd'IT"1918. my attention that an up-to-date, high. possible,, but without the cooperationof Melbourne to Tampa.. employed and by' Wednesday night
the people believe he can C. E. HOWARD, class picture house was needed here. the poeple and better patronage. it< The headquarters of tho South oractlcally nh..t,.. .e percent, of
410 It. i Secretary. I Immediately. took the matter up with will have to close until fall.| Now, Florida Railway Company aro still at Kissimmee' light and water user
When Capt. F.rmerwas asked by a : some of the leading townspeople and shall Kisslmmee have an up-to-date st. Cloud, but ifa the intention of had expressed their intention of abiding !
representative of the Gazette what was told that such an institution movie or shall we put on a cheap the company to move its offices to by the Council's action in tryingout '
kind of brick would be used for the CHARTER MEMBERS would be well patronized and appreciated show; or worse yet, shall we close un Tampa in the near future.-Mel. the new ordinance, -
paving he said the County.Commis.. : if established and in less than til fall .",. bourne Times.GDANo Collector Thomas in referring. too!,
sioners would likely allow enough latitude .! two weeks the show was in operation. I appeal to you who have the progressive the situation said: ,
i in advertising bids to enable .\\- (LOCAL 'RED CROSS We are showing at the Casino abso- interest of the city at heart. "Much of the dissatisfaction which .'
the Tucker Wood-Tex Brick Company lutely the best pictures obtainable; An hour or more at the show will OPENING RED existed baa been overcome. Moat of
to enter the list of bidders, should the hot among the best but the very best; amuse your children much longer thana the property owners realized the advantage
company be In a position to fill the ---- not one or two nights!! but six nightsout bag 'of .candy.or a drink of soda. of turning over .their meters
contract at that time. Should tbey .r John S. Cadel, Mrs. John S. Cadel of every week. Now, In order to You tired and overworked businessmen CROSS HEADQUARTERS"Interminable to the city as they would no longer be,
not be able to do so it was likely that Dr. W. W. Carson Roma Thomas, B. keep up this'high standard it will be 'I will find nothing makes one for responsible for the expense of repair;
they would call for vitrified brick as E. Haley, Lewis O'Bryan, Mrs. Lewis necessary for us to raise our admission get financial difficulties for a while on them, and in case of fire the uteri"would
' the material. O'Bryan Judge T. M. Murphy,. J. L. to 10 and 15 cents. We have any quicked. You will feel! rested, as be repaced! by the city. ,The
While this method of road buildingIs Overstreet. S. H. Bullock Mrs S.' H. tried to give y6u this show for the old well as entertained.. after watching a folds of gauze greatest difficulty lay in adjusting the
in the nature of. an experiment, the Bullock Miss Violet Bullock C. L.. price but within the! last three months world famous actor or actress for an For those whom we shall never see e tenant problem, and with the ,excep
f people have confidence in its success. Bandy, Mrs. C. L. Bandy W. I. Barber operating expenses have increased to hour each evening, Mother too,, will Remember; when your fingers pause, tion of perhaps two. the owner turns
They anticipate that a great saving to I I I L. H. IngramMrs. L. H. In- such an extent just the same as enjoy a change occasionally after a :That' every drop .blood to stain ed their meters over to the city and
3 the county will result and that a substantial gram Robert Carrmbell, C. 'E. Yowell I everything else that we are forced to strenuous day at home. This whiteness, falls focyou and me, allowed the tenant the advantage of
i residue of the $10aoOO< > will be Miss Emma Yowell. Prof. R. M. Evans raise our price. Our balcony will remain Think the matter over from every Part of the price that keeps us free the service as heretofore. +t4
left which will be applied on extending E. Mach B. B. Simpson B. E. I at the same price of 6 and 10 standpoint. First, as to what 'it will To serve our own that keeps us clean Mr. Thomas also stated that in several -
the paving of the St. Cloud road. Evans, C. A. Carson Mrs. C. A. Carson I cents, so that those who do not feel mean to the city as a whole for the From shame that other women know- instances property owners were ,
Mies Anne Bryan Carson Miss that they can pay the extra nickle show to be closed and secondly what Of saviors we havo never seen out of town and had not yet been
FLORIDA MAN AMONG THE Inez Carson M. Katz Mrs. M. Katz can still see the show at the same oldprice. it will mean to you and your family to forgive us that we Are so slowl reached but that;,,. in a few days, at
I' INTERNED IN TURK'S CAPITALThe Capt. H. .M. Katz, Mrs. H. M. Katz have it open. God-If that blood should cry in vain least he hoped to have every detail r
-- Edgar Katz, Mrs. Edgar,. Katz. E. L. Every well-informed person knows I It is not a case of making money And we have let our moment got adjusted.Mr. '
.
Gainesville Sun contains the Leslie C. W.. Ward, J. Wade Tucker that a town without a picture show is with us now; it is simply to meet ex Thomas has shown himself a 1
following Interesting article: Mrs. ;. Wade Tucker; II. C. Stanford like a ship without a rudder goodin penses. If you have any complaints, The opening of the Red Cross headquarters man of patience as well as tact, and K I,
Mrs. E. G. Baxter Is just in receiptof I Mrs. H. C. Stanford, Miss 'Margaret the,yes of the majority of people. make them known at the box office, or in the Casino Building has handled this situation to,the satisfaction I
a letter from her brother Assistant Stanford, Miss Mattie Stanford, Ken. The movies have proven themselves to mail them to me at Orlando. Your Wednesday night, was well attended. of the council whom he rep.
Paymaster J. F. Huddleston who was 'neth MacPherson. De Wilton Alder. be one of the greatest moral correctives interests are ours and our first when numbers of visitors called and resents..p
interned at the outbreak of the war man. Mrs. De Wilton Alderman, R. L. of the age: not to mention the thought is always to please you. inspected the room where Kissimmee's Dr. W..W. Carson, chairman the ,
letter great amount: of entertainment they Respectfully yours portion of relief-work will be done light, and water committee of the
in, Constantinople. The was Lupfer, ST., O.ff. T.1I'1, S. Fi. Bullock. i
aent through Ambassador Elkws, who Jr.. Mrs. S. H. Bullock. Jr., Roger give for the money invested. Churches, B. BEACHAM, JR., The ground floor room facing the council said in an interview witha ,'
has just arrived in the United States Dodd. Mrs. G. T. Singletary, W. J. societies of every description, recom- Manager. Graystone Hotel court is the one in representative of the Gazette: ",'
---- --------------- - ,
---- --------------------------
from Turkey.. Steed. Milton Pledger, Mrs. Milton use and was donated by Senator A. E. "All that the city is trying do' i* ..,7;
It will be remembered that .Assistant Pledger, Mrs ,C. L. Hyatt Miss Anne Donegan. Here long tables are al. to supply the people' with service at I
Paymaster Huddleston was on Hyatt, Dr. T. M. Rivers. Mrs. W. L. Women Registering For' ready arranged. and a number of cases the cheapest possible rate. and this :1:
duty on the Cruiser Scorpion when Winn, Dr. W. L. Winn, Miss Mildred line the walls. .. can only be done by cutting out the
war began between the United States Winn. Dr. J. W. Simpson H. S. May, On this evening one table was dec- leaks. caused by unpaid bill. We are
and Germany; and when, at the outbreak Mrs. M. S. May, Carson Farmer, Rev. ,Conservation: Movement orated in national colors.ondflowera. puiding-our,action*--by.: desireto 1t
_. of .the. -war.-: all-onboardwere C.- H. Summers; Rev: WT B. Wither- and was centered with a crystal bowlto bring about the best for the community -' ,
( interned. A few members of the noon, Mrs. W. B. Withersooon, --- hold a silver offering for the' Red at all times.. Every dollar countsas

I crew made their escape, and are now I' Miss Lucy Witherapoon, Miss ,Mania The State .Woman's Auxiliary Committee the Kissimmee Women's Club and the Cross.fund. Mrs. G. W. Best was Inchar&e never before, and we' are trying to 1
r In Paris; others .returned to the Witherspoon H. M. Breaker Mrs. E. Miss of this collection and sold but effect an appreciable'saving to each
othe Council secretary, Anne Bryan Carson
t of National Defense
!
2- ; United States wtth. Ambassador Elk- E. Wells. M. O. Wells J. McPhatter, has experienced tons to any member. who had'not se consumer. More than ent. if;
difficulty in dis
no complied
.'} 118' D. G. Wagner. Cspt Clay Johnson. for Florida, which was organiz cured them. of the light users have with :fo
t ; s' .There are now sixty Americans officers Mrs. 'B. M, H.ll. B. M. Hall.'. W. J. ed at Jacksonville.this week is enlisting fact tribptinaall she had been the cards obliged received.to send for In At the other table Mrs. S. H. Bullock the requirements and With perhaps an ,

! r and crew; prisoners of war in Fripp, Mrs. W. J. Frlpp. Miss Carolyn Kissimmee housewives in'the another lot to supply thy demand of assisted by Mrs. Gay Livingston exception or twcythe property owner,
J Constantinople, Mr. Huddleston Fripp.' Mrs. J; W. Evans, Mi. proposed food conservation campaign. who take .' presided over a tempting punch bowl, are protecting their tenants.. I believe, .!:,
women are to
t writes his sister that ,there are two Mildred Turville M. D.. Alexander ,This movement I* intended to reg. part in this important eager service. any while bevy of pretty young girls the working of thl* ordinance will
f conditlontl. which the very Mrs. M.. D. Alexander Mrs. W. J. S. later all the women of the state; who The signed cards will be sent to Mrs passed waiter of this refreshing drinkto prove entirely satisfactory.: i
i much: ((1)) They cannot engage In ths Carr Mill Catherine Carr Mrs.: John are willing to join in' this patriotic W. S. Jennings to be listed before being the visitors ae they'chatted. Councilman Roma Thomas, who 1* a: \ .J
war; ((2) They have nothing to do. He Cresswell. Mrs William L. Dunne, service and will pledge themselves to forwarded to Washington.When Mrs; P. K. Weaver and Mrs.. S. H. member of the committee,said: "I believe -
i. advises that they sleep and eat aboard Miss Eleanor C. Dune, Miss Mildred carryout the directions of the Food the pledge cards are receivedby Bullock Jr., who were in charge of the ordinance.will work. out all v
the Cruiser Scorpion and are allowed Lee, Mrs.'Z. N.; Parker, Miss Alberta Admirilstorater. as far as 'their- circumstances the Food Administrator at Washington the program, had provided an Edison right when it I..given a trial. I don'tbelieve
tic: >shore lave three or four times a week. Hopson Miss Elsie Norton, Mrs. W. J. will, allow. D. C., the' signer will receive phonograph> and a collection of beautiful it will work a hatdship on anybody
IS' .., He further writes that sugar is $140a Sears, Mrs. Georgia Jacobs Mrs. Jennie The registering the women here instructions and a household tag to be records which were 'rendered It 'wa*. not .intended that .it
pound, and gasoline $ongallon, and' C. Pal lE J. B. teff.e' Mr Sallie Is being- done tinder the auspice ofO'BRYAN hung in the window.. throughout the evening.Mrs. should by the council and if it prove
" j. -other things in Pilley< w.; T.< Thomas. Thomas .E. B. BJ Simpson,, chairman of the to weigh'havy on anybody we will
----- -----
- - -- - - -- - -------------------
Assistant? Paymaster Huddlertonand Baynes,Walter Lee,"J. D. Jeffords, A. educational department, is organizingclasses change it, for what hurts ono person ; i
the other members of the Scorpion Slater Reed. Mrs. Flora& H.. Francis' APPOINTED ON THE EPWORTH LEAGUE BUYS PIANOThe in surgical dressings and when bum every one.", .. . .
in this enrollment is complete, the actual The third member of the committee,
l' will remain prisoners war Min Abby Harris, Mrs. J. W, Miller .
1. Constantinople as long as. the I r ....... committee
ordinance said "The -
the
lasts / Z. .A. Barclay., H. H., :
LV Harper Mis.
H.
0( Church Is rejoicing over the ar-
__
.:. H.. Miss i : LOCAL MUSICIANS' RETURN spent a good deal of time ,and'tltou"ht ,
'Harper, .Marian Porter, Mrs. The governor has made'the following rival of a handsome new piano in
,1 f + As J. K..Hilliard was running his M, A. Sawyer..S. L. Lupfer Jr.. Mrs.I appointments I.*.federal Judicial fumed oak finish, for the bungalow, ,on this eonsum.rii action. We of sire tryingto :.and
car into the city one day this week, S. U .Lupfer, oil'., G. P. Garrett..Mrs. district exemption boards, under 4he when they hold their meeting The Tony and 'i Charlie Rogero. ,two c fKlaaimm. give the light
for the least
r aiut! turning"a short corner in North3Cialmmee A. E. Bearden Mrs. U H. Cahoon, army draft For the II'OI'tIMnr9f district 1 sg..bat been handicapped Inpreparing .. talented musicians( returned water service possiblemoney .J

a small colored lad. at;, Mr ...J. McPhatter. 'Mn. ... L.. Bea- Florida; .Scott M. Loftin, Pegcola "'"- special program and Inar, Saturday from'a tour of the and we believethis thl iethe..... only The ..*:.
tempted to dash'acroes"'the.street!! l dliectly man. Mrs.; M.: A. Clark. Mre. ,C.. W. ; Or T..,C... Phillips' -Pensacoa) ranging for social gathering by having tate as member of the Glee Club of war ordinance\ we can accomplish.....* jfalr trial*; at, the' ,f
in front of him., .The1 car. was Goethe, Mrs. E. L. Green, Mrs.M. H. Bryan Maefc, PensacoU; ft.'J: Brett no plane and they decided to raise Columbia College.- Tony has been a a .
.h..,Uy loaded ,and was running er. student of the-college for'' the .' JIUt hand of the people unless some one v
-rather': DtIFanlalc Springs; Tow ..J. Watt., the money>largey by their cnm. method We
better
slowly,but the aid was not quick ;;*',!, fort The members 1 held food sales and was also Instructor" in 'fi lbl. can suggest a j.
,- ,,
that the
'.enough'and was run over. Spectators R. X:'Moeolr.W.nU Moeel .II.... W. Fort eoutaern district! Lewi\* la a vacant room en Broadway for UI.Sf When the Glee Club .commenced its firmly believe ::, new arrange-It *i-' r'"+
nelped'him to -hi$ feet and in a few [;. IfIy' Mrfc.JHslVMlsa.' Ethel O'Bryan Kndnmee; Dr. Jj M.' Jackson two Saturday and realised about; tour la the interest of the college the meat will provesatisfactory wnen> }\ .t '
he went off down' 't 'street Hall, 'John M.- W. 8. Crawford . la the invited Charlie.-Boger. ,'and i* Worked out and we-hope to reducet t .
: 'minutes e. Miarnl 'J'H, )(adt..,, acbon- whleh made the nm treas manager v .
';., ,. .little the- -orsafo; a few bruises, but Mrs. W. B. Crawford," GjoW.:Best, viBe; s. IJ... Iarrtk, Et..Petersburg; R. sufficient for the''' first payment Aorriy. Orerstreefto join the oreaesra the present kilowatt.light rate possibly.to *' M .
? i
., Billiard did hot ..-e&" sp ,easily Mt'* Ceo.;,W,' Beet, Miss Helen c.'Bed, T. J'0IIa'hbr.' ....m-.\ y. .... The.pianoarrived. this,week'and has a* well aa to sing in the dub, and cents per' : ,ow' of f ... V '
...(e. the accident molted in abed blow'of W Sanderson., Mrs. Wj E. Sander.ContiimdOa'Pag. The 'boaidrr .n-provided.TaV besideof been iftStaI ed' bungalow.where'; Charlie1'joined them. Murray accepted ? Supfc Joiner was given,,A: Est, ,, ... ;

"' . !Hone of tb.'sent.thee.ahIt. ... appeal 'from daemons of local exemption it will be used for" the rat''time .on a position in his father's office in-, r ,>J
mar,;'*-' f..v v..' ,- I.. ,( Eit. .beavdev. -. .,.-........ '.N".* <. next Sunday 1/<>-#*>** *:. v s .. .... !i>J........ ,(Continued. .. .CNI1 \Pat,....):*<;..J: ,
.
. .. .
. .
.. -
.. ,, ..
_",,14";,...... y" I - --- ..'.. "'1..' t4'ia., ' ; ,1 f ".
.. "- To' .i' .,"": .. ". . i, ',s.ay,, .'I..+',""I'" V ,t _.- . .' ".. y'



.




.

_ r. TWO THE KISS1MMEE! VALLEY GAZETTE.: FRIDAY,. JULY 13. 1917 p

po '

"WHEN IT: CAN BE DONE WITHOUT EXPENSE" H. B:iwnbey" B water meters..,. 44.29 ing about 4 k.w. at 12 cc.nts per. the Council' endeavOrs to reduce expense. -

THE- VALLEY GAZETTE Later, a minimum charge was fixed .'Heaven save us from its promised
Mr. G. W. Garrett with Council
:: met! effort!
at $1 month raising bill just further!
per my
,, P........ed Kvery Friday.llrr : "Postmaster will cans this suggestion to. be published ia the newt- of citizens presenting making petition from a number I 100 per"cent. A )Juggling of rates and rules I 1*

.. 01._ I. ". ,'astt* .. B ulIdI; ... paper, whea it can be 'done without expense to the department. of ordinance protest relative against enforcement tomethod This went on until the time came amusing to the the city.Council possibly, but
around for another ruinous to
KI..I..H. Flerlda J "A. M. DOCKERY, Third AuuUat'Poitmaster GeneraL" of collection and deposits on I The rate per k.w. was reducing then lowered spasm.to A LIGHTANDWATER: -USER.

W. B. HARRIS ... K. G. VA>s 4GEW water and lights. After hearing matter 8 cents but the minimum,. RAISEDto

. 0....*.. Mr. Dockery i* on the payroll of the government at $ OOO a year and Garrett of protest the as presentsd laid! by and Mr. $1 plus a pro rata being added to Balm
...I...... N. 11r free office services petition filed.same waa over taxes for street lighting. So that Magnolia

What service is Mr. Dockery performing "without expense to the depart The committee appointed to arrangefor from had crown 50 cent to*,$1 a month plus. At at first no time,,my has bill LIQUID FACE POWDER.

ment> offices for city offices stated that the cost been lowered to .the small The beauty secret ofwomenwhoknowhow
the old bank
Is ;jt not a fact that every hourof hit time it paid,for by the government? had been building leased on for Darlingtonavenue five user, or to the owner of a meter in

,r, 'Everyone of hit horde of assistants ;!js on the payroll too. at a price of $40.00 per month parties years the office of a business man where the to take care of the com;
Is seldom convenience -
light but is
t Why thould' the newspapers be asked to perform this service "when it owning property to make all ,neces-I in used a I pI won. Cannot be

can be done without expense to the government}*' sary changes and repairs. On motion And now.an emergency.after all these year of detected. Heal Sunburn -

!! Mir. Dockery plainly recognizes that it i i. legitimate advertufng. or he'd action motion of committee it wa*was'so ordered approved.On that. increasing cost, and just in war time. cooling,atop.refreshing.dir" Tan Soothing..

I not ask the newspaper to publish it." -Tutcaloota News. 'I the city furnish lumber for bridgeon when comes economy Council is and being says urged: 'Hands upon up us!, ; ', Ph... Wfcfc. .aRaif

I city ditch in West Kissimmee. $10 or light! 75..at'egses.,ill_I dSg&
your
The newspapers of the United State have been giving their best space' On motion is wna so ordered that I At the rate I first paid. $10 would Sample (either color) for 2c. Stamp.

to the government freely and gladly for years and publishing everything that for Mr. balance Wm. Hahman due (on be land allowed acquired credit in have paid my bills for 20 months', but I.-Mf..es.. S-h F'oIdalt.; N.Y.

: r the government requested until they started tending in items to fast that it widening Main street) on first paving now 20 I would in have to pay $20 plus for
addition the
months to
new
became impotuble for ui to keep up with them. lien payment. lump demand of $10 making $30 plus

; : On.'Copy..One.aoort.tl.. Rates UOO ",' The United States government pays and pays well. for everything it the On motion of it was so ordered that for the same .service which formerlycost ] Classified Advertisements

One COPY. Rl Ix Y..r-.t"--. 1.00 gets. except newspaper tpace. That .it given free, and no one appreciate the matter opening up drainage me $10. If this, is the result of .
On. Copy. Thr. Months_......_.. ,711 ditch north of Vine street be referredto
value of this space better than the government.The street committee with power to. THOHR WHO ARE )IUNTINQ'bargaiu.

; AH communications e oept from ourauthorised be newspapers were glad to publish everything that the government act. . In Shops KO to K-.H. La..on.

signed. by, the correspondents writer. must wanted published and would never have raised an objection had it not been Communication from Southern Ex.. I YOU' Wlt.L FIND; ;BARGAINS In 'every

J Rejected matter will not be returned for the proposed war tax on newspapers. which tax, added to the greatly in press Compt.ny for refusing to pay de. _Jlno 1- keep FH.-La",sonUNIOV .
posits water and lights required
4 unless called for. creased cost of Operation, will be the death blow to, hundreds of,' publica, by city w/Ul'on motion leferred to W. / :should OVEHALI..S.have. null': union when made.working Tou on.

'. (Entered In the Postofflce at Klsslm tions. & L. committee with power to act. autit F' II. L.aw onL.ADIKS .
your
..- mee. Florida .. second-class matter,) The newspapers of the United States have done so much for the United On motion it was so ordered that itW&Jn&sr YOU SHOULD 81E these nice,

4 JULY 13, 1917 States government that Uncle Sam .can hardly afford to stand by and tee the bridge matter 1 across of ,lake payment be left city's to part the on finance fine Ha In.Coats at $'. F. H. Law.n. .'

_. laws that will kill the -Greenville Advocate.
1 congress pass, press.-r. committee to arrange to best
: advantage sam not to exreed $500 Foil ;JSAI..HKINK

'It'wl11 The Mulberry, Herald .announces after to-I The letter from Assistant Postmaster General Dock ry put the Unitedwhooptatlyn' and the city clerk was Instructed: to I Ii. : STOCK FARM near town... with
4__. suspend publication draw warrant when notified by said api.ndId lake front excellent farm
:.. 8"" iftr"F ;,la.c t.'OIh.Ihe.aameP4n..uJ.bA.l:2L.h" : f.ke. fir.!!!_ : .,QJUDWU"f'I., ,., '".."'"'. '' Inir lands, good annual pasturagee4.tru.rpuis.ae4e4vanage. ,
,t of pa trona go. ,The Herald is one of deavor to "work" jhe newspaper for the publication, of their tturT wlljFi; {Re being w'1'wt'no further L"' business-r'rrjjr'There -' .- climatic condition.. .We of un have.Kt.3r.a.cplled o .--

the, best small weeklies that come to implied promise of, )future advertising. Every, newspaper office in the landis the Council adjourned to meet in regular t three offerings that are "especially
businessmen
j our exchange trble and the session Tuesdry August 7th A. I attractive.. and full Information given
of that place are making serious daily loaded up with circular. from various departments and bureaus of to Interested partleaWK .

1 error in allowing, it to suspend. Washington molt of which' go promptly to the waste basket where they be- D. .1917,. at F.7:30: H..p.LAWSON.m,, President. II III HAVKVA SPM-INOID. chicken ranch.

There is no other business thl.t'con. long. The government it seeking every day to use the papers to further'itt ,. J. R.: GILBERT, Clerk. ". Bri1s'otrfihe with rood Improvement.in suburbsof
tribute much to tbe upbuilding of I KI..lmm"ethat can -be had at a
o 'them for and it -
plant and is constantly appealing help yet
the and congress the oa bargain price and on favorable termsof
the Its community more patronage; it newspaper receive,, the steadily seeking to hamper the papers with legislation that is unethical l, unfair bcaufy o .wo I II paym.nt.Vrlte for particulars.

4 broader and more prolific i Is Its field unjust, and which is calculated' to kill many of the papers now doing a I I THE FORUM j I I SPLENDID I-ACRE FARM'ood
of usefulness. the Record. EVEN"therar.sthardwood house splendid trove Just outside
good work for country.-Manufacturers city limits., splendid home, with high
-t THE EXPERIENCE OF ONE school and church advantages.
to. teleirrcn received -- -- -. order to secur. perfect
According --------------------- - - ------- ------------------------- '
I:' Tier* this afternoon by F. R. Pettit division WOMAN I ,..ults. BOMB GOOD KANSAS property to ex-
CUT THE: WEEDS change for Florida or stock
groves
.
for the Southern I
passenger agent Proceedings of Kissimmee Fla. July 12 1917. farms. .
I' Railway all Florida troops will ultimately 9k
) i: be s"nt to Macon for train While the frequent shower of the I Editor Valley Gazette: WK HAVE BOMB special bargains )I"
for service in Europe. The Information few weeks have been light they The statement was made by some Klsslmmee property. Come see us.
1 ;. ing past the City Council one in the July 6th issue of the Valley DYSTAIN
\ in the shape cf a telesram ALL KINDS OF
came have given a wonderful impetus to the Gazette, that the cost of electric lights F'LORIDAhome. and
r lnt'estments.Nitisore.
from Howr.rd of the II :
: Secretary ,Association growth of weeds, on vacant lots. In in Kissimmee had been reduced. My Produce beautiful stained
J' Southeastern Passenger Agent is has effect and U used with equal HKAI.TY ('O PANV_
that it
personal experience ,
and of the
r at yards and on streets alleys Kissimmee Fla. 3 1917. !
whoae dqw.rteu are July NEVER been lowered its success hard or soft wood. Room. 1 and .. over State Hank
Washington The government ha city. The early destruction of these The Council met in regular session. working but on the contrary practical has been It color the wood Just right KISSIMMEE: FLORIDA

definitely decided on Macon as a camp weeds ia necessary if the city would There being present F. H. Lawson, constantly raised. In th, early without raising the grain
Yor the training of. the! Florida National avoid the danger of typhoid fever and 'president; Roma Thomas Howell 1 of the electric light plant, my re:1rs leaving a perfectly smooth BUY YOUR TOMMSTONK8 and monu-
Guard. Tho telegram rnents at old prices of Ore :years ago
sane Bass, B. E. Haley W. W. Carson surface for finishing..,
Flor. malaria. never over SO cents per iaonth, burn- War prices nor high labor cut no nir-
convey* the information thA the Lewis O'Bryan city attorney; J. S. Pee Gee DYSTAIN In' ure when you buy from W. D. S.
Wa eligible who enlist .'n tho regular Kissimmee at this Ui.ie.is wonder' Cadel mayor and J. R. Gilbert clerk. 12: natural wood cornea color Summer, Klsslmmee, Fla. 4t-eow
) -service will be cent to Atlanta! for fully free from disoaae, which is no I. The minutes of the last meetingwere LIFT YOUR CORNS WANTED" "

training.-Jacksonville Metropolis. doubt due to the fact that It has been read and approved.. Reports of OFF'WITII..INGERS'. Pe)..!...Caulbert Co.!- over. el*ht to years buy old.a work H. B.horse Hudson.. not.

4 officers were examined r.nd approved; 1..outevtll.. Kr. or call on Nelson Realty: Co. *
.. kept in a sanitary condition but special
SUBSTITUTES FOR FLOUR care should be taken to avoid an bills were approved and ordered paid Telia How to Loosen a Tender Corn OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.Liuee WANTED-Ix>cal and District Or(-ran-
a* followg; for
'or Callus So It Lift Out icr. the fastest selllnir life and
With the attention of the entire nation epidemic of any kind. t Fla.For accident certificate ever before offered .
The authorities, are exercising vigilance J.: 8 Cad.... salary aa m.yo.t 10.00O. Without Pain Fraternal organisation o-op-
,centered upon food conservation W. Overstreet. marshal.j ThOU eratlve. graduatingpolicy.. New idea
: household to in cutting the weeds and C. F. Tlson. police...*....!.......... IS.00J -a winner. Good contract to or(ranImers J
and every urged practice grasses on \the city's property\ and Z. Roberaon treasurer---------' You reckless men and women who with opportunity: for advance.
the utmost economy in the should the residents and rgcnta who .;11.. May Gilbert, d. c. and col.... IV.00J. are pestered wish( coral and who haveat : ment. Write quick: for full' InformsHop -
K. Ollbert. elk. and d. c.. .. 100.00 Loyal Fraternal
I mount of flour consumed in >order represent absent ,property 'owners Lewis Bryan, city ..UIi(-.-_--_-_' lt.0.0 least once a week invited an awful Ok I.. Union-3t-pd Stllwell. -
come up with their portion of the municipal T, H. Lawaon member of council. death from lockjaw or blood 'poisonare _
F that our nation may -more effectively house cleaning, Kissimmeo 1 meetings ....___....__...__.. 15.00 now told by a Cincinnati authorityto Father Son WILL SELL., exchange or taaaa for pul.
play Its part In this world war. it ism Roma Thomas, member of council I and tlvatlon twenty acre tract, near KI.
.would present a spic and sprn appecr- 2 meeting's ______._._____.___. JS.OO use a drug' called freezone which Immee R' P. names. 5119..N' Slat
r, matter of satisfaction to the south anoa as well .s.lnu.o' ,tho healthy B. K Haley member of CouncilS the moment a few drops are ,appliedto Bt., Phlldaelphla. Pa 17.4
to know that it has at its command avariety condition which now exist meetings .._____..______-____ 15.00 corn or callus the soreness is 36O PICTURES
W. W. Carson member Council any WANT TO BUY on term, two mules
be ',"
; of foodstuffs which can The council has waged war on the I meetings ..._....4.-xu. '-' _..'....''''! 15.00 relieved 'and soon th* entire corn or or horses for ordinary farm work?.or V"1.1
used to excellent advantage as part mosquito by spreading oil on the Howell Bass, member of Council' ,t_:" callusr root and all lifts off with the 360RTJCLES wonjd lease. W, J. Frlpp Klaslmmee,,\..
substitute for wheat flour, in making ditches in the vicinity and in tho S meetings 'anetiu itMUifo&oiiMtSiUl/\l' .00 , EACH MONTH : ..,....". ... i.'. alu"ftfy' "
fingers.
SBll41
_
11L. .
Yowell.; poll i.0tiS. 00O. ;
p ( bread and biscuit.. sewer and another applica. ..* \Qverstreet> ,*foedlngprl.ia..ueu&. $8 Freezone dries the moment it is applied ON ALL FOR BAr.B 600 m J.year-old m Beedllna
NEWS STANDS
: Food specialist are dividing these tion Ofinings. .aa soon a* enough oners __ _____......_...____._..y; '150.00 and simply shrivels the corn or Grapefruit Tr...... Pries. ISO each C.' .
wheat flour substitute. into three rain has fallen to wasi. away the first Lewis O'Bryan (for damage suit H. Funk. Klsalmmee. Fla._. Si-it
callus without inflaming or even irritating _
K. M. Barker va ... 20000
daases the first including banana application. This is another matterin Fraternity ..ftltlJ-i-- .. : DWELLINGS for r.nt. .
Hall 15.00 the surrounding tissue or 15 Cents Apply to 7.!
J TI". .
cassava dasheen and *weet, potato. which the co-operation of the citizens
Klasy. Telephone Co., 5001
phone rent
bottle of freezone will
skin. A small
4 Dried bananas should) be used in making is absolutely essential if any rp- K 8. Floyd feed for mules._ "49 AUTOMOBII.K,
4 flour. Dasheen and sweet potatoes results obtained. Everyone W. A: C. Or... Co., mdse_.- _-- 1.00 cost very little at any of the drugstores POPULARMECHANICS Pocket nOAH MAP OLt =:I..
preciable are -- -- size
may be boiled and mixed with flour should exercise inccasing vigilance JI'. H LMWsoh mdse.__ _.__ __ in.tn\\ but will postively: rid one' Map complete And Florida newest Auto edition.Rod
K. 1M ( __
Ureen
painting aliens. 1.00
or the dried product .may be used. in allowing no cans, tubs 'buck H. Dlckerson. mdse for JalU__-- 1.45 feet of every hard or soft corn or prrer Valley for(;"short ette time offt....only.. On sale at
S When these substitutes ore mixed eta, or bottles to contain stagnant Valley Oasette. printing________ 18.*0 hardened callus I If your druggist lOtf
\ with flour in a proportion of 1 to 3 woter'where flies or mosqritoes could C.V.. Dann. printing-___________ 800 hasn't any freezone he can get it at MAGAZINEWTTC GENF.RAL FARMINO '" r>ProntahJe. In
the resulting bread is excellent in residents here Uraystone...... Hotel_ for Stand. Audit _ any wholesale drug house for you. .Vlorld... To know Florida: nonslbllltles -
breed. Many of the -- ----. --._.__._,.______ 100.00 : for live stock and
.everyway. It is not ao rich in protein are keeping their premises in order State Hank of KiItH)'., for Stand. SO IOU CAN UNDERSTAND raising, dairying I fruit and poultry truck
as ordinary bread but richer in min but few careless of" thoughtlenc ones Audit Co. 100.00 L Alt the Crest Events In Mechanic. C'rnwlnlC' read the Florida Farmer
a i>r. II S UelKer prof services._ zoo '0 Encmeerinc and Invention throughout and fnmeneeker Six months' trial
rals and othre. important constituent who continue to 'violate the rules of Osceola Hdw. Co.. mdse._ J.10 the World are described in .n intercut.ins subscription. 25 rents Hnraple
) *. health and taise mosquitoes and weeds Howell liass. mdse .h.. .n___ DCS a, manner. a. they occur. 3000.000 . ( :... Florida Farmer copy and
Rice and kaffir constitute the sec- the J. Woodall, sal supt st.wk__ 115.00 SGARDENIiSUPPLY i ( readers each month., HomeBteeker! ; Box *60. Jacksonville- ,
of substitute could inflict the consequences on Warren Waj'man, .sal st wk._ 100 Shea Net* *0 peeM ...... i..i.. t.iii....r - Fit,:_. __ 6-t-tf
class should be
and
only more thoughtful and prudent. Stout Lumber Co., lumber_ SOS c' *..r.lotklii.la -
mixed with flour in a proportion of 1-1 What is needed during the summer "'. R. Maklnson mdse __. 11.55 I.the- aMp..< _te s>.k.Npalra si horn. SALKoood merCantile business.

$ I to 3. season is concerted action in the mat Ham" fire L.dept L.upfer_-, pay._roll._and rent_. ". 41.50 YOU I Amateur Meehaalet f f.r.::.: C::;: :::: 10'1"1'. ,!'Address dry roods Uox nhnes 3111. Klsslmmee and furn-,
Bread madb from kaffir is Mr.ewhat ter. Let everyone look closely to his American La France Fire Engine- r .o.ts. vita. plea IMg.lee.Meeet..i l !.II.. _FlaMONET. .
.. Mild boat. .
lo MMarraclM.wiralMi.eMro
_
_
___
darker in color but richer in do lila "bit" toward Co. mdse IMS '
t protein and
own premises : B' C. Beaver, -sal as scavenger.. 4500 i n 4 >in iM Jaflsfe.1 11 SALE IT ....*. MWt BUUM TO LOAN on Improved real .es
and ash than white bread. Brown -
safeguarding the city's her.lth. Floyd t ... ........ .. t"t. (leo "
lates. sal as scavenger ) a --a-V.- .n5.t > W. Fox 1108 Mabbette St.,
rice flour mixed with wheat is also .. --..4 USS f. n .-..- Klsslmmee
7 1 and back due. three mos.,___ 60.00. _.. Fla Jg-St
I 5.ce.
C -
4 'somewhat darker in color than white DISTINCTION TO BE DRAFTED i Klssy.Concert Band donation to ... __._--
"bread band fund ,_ KO.OO WANTED partner to go In the
but it Is as rich in protein and I POPULAR MtCMANIC MAGAZINE
7f. J. Crowder 11.1. as ...xton_._. SO.00 chicken business A woman' preferred
,"other food constituents. The use of Service under the draft law recently .: 'v. A. Joiner, sal. as supt. L. &: \... .rsa MI45 y-"i cat.= ... that understands chickens Write or
polished rice does not add either to enacted by congress will be a distinction plant ._ -_._...______..__""' __ uj.008.vE. see A. J. Cllt.... Lough man. Fla. 18-St

V the appearance of the bread nor to its rather than a stigma. Let no plant. Oardner. __,_saL as "J'Ir._L.V.. p..:., Mm .". ala.. pr..eI.aus a
t : nutritive. value. man think that because he is draftedhe J. C. Buckles- -..1. lineman A .75.00 4_ 1sf.. I.. "cl.SSieg ." ....." ..." ol.n p.'PRn" Fnh IUI.I... A BON.

: Soy'beans and peanut, the third is in any sense a marked man for Vfplant ---.--.'-.--.------.-- (0.00 6ARDEtfandFItt3EEOS -'c,_A..ile4S.rS IC_.re..,""",__ etc." Apply T id at for Valley wrapping? ttoooooooooooooo..oo. purposes. 10tT.heSilver
W. C. ..
Bradley IIn.m.nV.. \ .
*class.are extremely rich In protein such is not the case. Many have regIstered -' A L. plant _!..__....._.._...____ (000 '
:*nd fat. Flour prepared from either few will be chosen. Peter
; q but only a Savage labor &. -.
t of them when mixed with white flour The chosen man will be one of dis. Plant .- -...__........_ S 00 . .. .ooo.o..o.o.o.ooo.o.oo..o. .

'..in the proportion of 1 to 3,.is well tinction. This point was distinctlyand Edison plant _Corn"lI.bor. .___\._.-_._L.___01V.__ _. i.50 -
(adapted to make a nutritious bre&d. ably set forth by Scnetor Fletcher C. Buckl.' wood for June-- BIO 8S ESPECIALLY ADAPTED Sea .Hotel _ __ _
'Should-the use-of-these substitute* on the floor of the senate while the Florida Electric. Co.; nse..::_..::, 41.75 u
become tout Lumber Co., lumber.._. ,45 TOR yOUR.STATE.
; universal the vast caving they draft bill "was under consideration B lal for '.
,''. would be to the south has been estimated when the senator so eloquently laid: W.njckerson.. Maklnson mataf mdse....._E.L.P..._ 1.75 i.SO FREE ATLANTIC BEACH CORONADO FLA. :
by authorities somewhat aw "I do not believe any odium could Tampa Tribune L. *: W. book.. .t.oo .
[, follows: attach to the drafted man under this ,Osceola. R. Ollbert Hdw. Co.. md....._, _. 11..tS V OUR INSTRUCTIVE CATACOQ New.opes under the maaacemcnt of A. Fred Falck.
frlrt.
stamps, etc-- 1' .'
As each person. It i Is calculated con. bill. It would be more nearly: accurateto Osceola Hdw. Co.. blacksmith AND WEEKLY PRICCUSTSENO >
umes about 3-4 of a barrel of flour a call him the selected man. He enters forge ._' .-._.__?.____ is.go L7 Cutlne the best. Shore Diaaer a Specialty. Aato meet all trains at' ,

p '7ear and as the population of the the service because he 1* chosen V.A E.R. Thom.Ellis, aal.' In.elark'. ena-r ofrtce._,E 1 7S S..00 00 tit f. FOR THEM TOCAtL New Smyrna. ,

'southern states is approximately ,80,. among thousands. Chosen because he IA..I.> Durham saL aa fireman-U
i ',XXWDOO. it Is obvious that the general comes up to the standard fixed by the _..A: W. plant -._. go.00. L AJnARTINSEEDQOtJACKSONVILLE.EU. $2.50 per Pay.x Weekly Rates npoa application. *, .
L.
: -usw-of these wheat flour substitutes law. Selected because his country meters Starling-Installing. water__ ,,.TO 'SQ, Special Week End Rate. *: .
i:' would result In a marked reduction in needs him and finds him fit to meet ;
'the total of wheat He ... MltS. SARAH H.: CAR. Omer.eeoeee A. FRED _
quantity flour consumed the supreme test of the citizen FALCK. M._ :

in the south. On the basis of a should feel honored by that choice. He UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMENTALLAHASSEE e.. ese * .4 .. lM . . . . . . . .. . .. ...
;4 total flour consumption in the south'em should take pride in the fact that he GAINESVILLE .
'state o'f over 22,000,000 barrel, was selected to defend his country on -
,, (: It ha* been estimated that if the practice'became the battlefield with his skill his manhood High Moral. Intellectual Standard College of the Highest Rank Follow the.Advice of this

universal the. use of 25 his life. Whet greater privilege Liberal Arta Law Agriculture Engineering. Liberal Art.. Education.;-Mule Expression. Expertof
per cent of flour substitutes grown in' what higher honor could come to '. Education, Graduate School Physical Education. Art. Home the Department of Agriculture
the south would UTe over 6,600,000 him than,to be elected from. among Economics.. .
"barrel of flour. Aa a matter of fact, I all his countrymen to carry his coun Send for,Catalogue' and View Write, for Catalogue and Book of View .

Tiowever, the saving would be far. try' flag in the face of his country's, I 28-lSt A. A, MURPHREE .Pre.. _EDW. CONRADI, Pr.,. Mr. Carl Vrooman Assistant Secretary of AarricultUre,
l vreater than tbls; because 'a much enemy I The drafted man will be the Washington D. C. in a public statement sajrs:

'larger proportion of flour substitutes selected, the honored man under, this ''Jb* cheapest, .... prejftUfcl and quickest bon "
can be oed In-th.lrerratlon of biscuit bill. .e.Ies!. .I.p... . ... ....... . . .0. ........' .. . to. o. .fIs.rssstgssirs1. ,pradtKtioa> Is by tlte a.. of Urn meani*." .

than, of thl.aet..the What Senator Fletcher has said ,
: The liberal use of goad ground llm..too JDaana |n r.aa.d fertility. , ";
tdtal saving might amount to should .be printed upon the back ofevery FOR .
SALE bigger ejope, Lsrgsr profit -
oZ whit ft certificate who _
a' no.000,000 Varre1. ur. All gvien eve;man I ':
'.this flour, ft must be remembered i* i* selected..-.Washington Post, July na.,.. B Pr.and Better '
into' the south from oiher ZI. 1917.Kiasimmee. Crops- .t ]
timported Fine '
varieties of Sweet Potato .
'.section* and the consumer must"payfreight .' ..'It I ; Uae ,Mef f erte,Ground Limestone ,
rates' It. Fla. The ,
on acreage
: ICeffert llmeetene "
; Toe general as*'* of home grown planted to Irish potatoes, here this 'I iVines ; .y..IO" 01..1..remove orgaaie m.tter sourness ate, aids humus III't1a.aa4

1 Wear substitute throughout the couth season was approximately 200., which ; I', r.I_. .tk.r 5351 fe04. I ,
i, "wouM relieve1 the railroads of trana- yielded an average of 60 barrel to the If I* a eon. tonle-an aid to ?fertiliser 'If roe latend 4
.* wheat flour and leave acre. The highest price received : toua. 1...ca.3ww. lIe."ia U.Mt.- TM '
r othr? 'thJa. : was :$2.00 per Thousand.C ... !, 'I 9..: '
other necessities.Mr $8 per banreL 'This season herewere .
te pas* "
..ptbtmgser earrr. ,
4, 99 ears 'of potatoes shipped \w.I. ...., ... sH. ..* eUsv .... -
aaesjt i,. lawtnM**
( MecDonongh' of i Kinhnmee, from. Florida; 10 000 barrel ,weregrown R. JENKINS .'Southport. ** us..sp.1r.s.. .A; "

'. ,'"" ........ ia Moines City:' lr.J'-HabM. in the wicinltyof KininmetvTheTropical . .. ; ',., .' / Florida Lime Company' ,'Ooalav Flu .
'fClty.w.r..J ...J', ... 4.:; : Son. 'L '1'0".' .J .. ,,, .1 I

: .T' : ......'.J. .,._*;;,:':. *- ...... ,.,; d,C.,'-,.*..:. ....'. -. \ b - -- r ',.-. AA'-

., ;
-r--



t
,
1 I
1

THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY; JULY'\,U, 1917II .. "111U1

.

LEGALITY,OF PRIMARY'e FORMER RESIDENT DIES I WOULDN'T VOTE FOR EARMAN; ALL BUT TWO RAILROADS f

BILL VETO-IS QUESTIONED, AFTER-DAY'S,ILLNESS: I CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR I LOSES,JOB ON-CONTROL BOARD WITHDRAW INCREASE- REQUEST fI I f

j. TALLAHASSEE, July 9.-An ef. Word ha been received?by friend TALLAHASSEE.July 9.-A' slate TALLAHASSEE, July 10_All but
fort may be mad to have the court here stating the death.of.P. T, Twitch The Presbyterian. church at St. made here Saturday to elect Joe Barman two of the railroad operating in '1'101'-

t f//' declare that the'governor'.'veto of the el at hi* home in St. Petersburg", Cloud ha just completed a new manse of Control a* chairman and of the State Board ida which recently r.pealed''to the .,
create a new $2,600 Job State Railroad Comm a 15
, primary bill !. unconstitutional and which occuravd Sunday. ,' 'July lit, at and pledged the Christian$50 toward Endeavor paying. Societyha for it. for. Bryan Mack, may lead to resignations per cent increaselnintrastate, freight. i. '
invalid. 2:30: a. m. in the board, and also a merry rates, yesterday withdrew their \\1' f 1'',
To raise this the ha
ap-
pledge' society ,
Member of the legislature and Hi* death was caused by acute 'indigestion divided into two sides! for a contest, row between that body and the State peal. The two whose appeal are still Of all the pesky crittei that conspire I
home
I'' other who favored the new law have Board of Education.For pending. are the Louisville A Nashville to make a decent man's '
; and came .t.the close of oneday' each side trying, to raise the larger .
there more
asked Attorney General West to pale part of the' indebtedness. The *ide" the first time in recent years, and Florida East Coast Railways.. uncomfortable are none .
upon the question of the validity of lllnes which is the loser,' will entertain the the management of the two state universities It i is believed that they too, will with.,. repulsive than that filthy member
the veto, and announced here today Miss Bertha Twitchel hi* daughter other. The first object of the contest the Woman's College here, draw their request.. i; of the insect family commonly
that the question would probably be ; accompanied the body to Andover is'trying. to place a row of pennies and the State University at Gainesville known aa CockroacU. The broom angryhousewife and
taken to the court.. seem likely to be the center of Syttom may grab her
supremo lot. DrIves Out Bund
" ; Ohio for burial. around the church The "Blue" a political sauabble. Malaria Up make short work of a single roach'
The 'constitution require that if side of the contest recently held a wat n.Old Standard eam* stmiUMvIa toalc.OB.OVB and
The deceased war a resident of Kisimmee Prof II. Clay Armstrong of Pensa- but she could save her temper
i1
the governor :fail to approve a bill ermelon feast, where) the guest were '. TASTHUH8 cblll TONIC,drives oat
for living here with his cola resigned from the and do a thousand time
after the adjournment of the legislature years, : invited to eat all the watermelon they Board of,Control adtarlsearkhertbebbolaadb.ddrapthe ere energy ''
\ hit shall file it with the Secretaryof daughter and owned several valuable could hold for a dime. Whole melon bfeore leaving. here Saturday tear AtrtMlraift. Pa 04.8 and ebiI4Na. SOc. more damage to the roach family if
State with his reasons for the veto. piece of property. in the city and were also sold for ten cent. This SU night after a declaration. that he provided witU a can of Fenole" and top ;,
'
.
In vetoing the primary bill the governor vicinity. Cloud society it active in its would not vote for Earman a* chair a sprayer. Fenole spray get right
very
said only that his reasons were Friend. extend their' deep sympathy man. Armstrong is quoted *s having into the hiding place of roaches
work, having at present twnety-one
"too'numerou. to mention." to Miss Twitchel in her bereavement. active member. aid that ho would not help to'put a 1 FOK.'YOUR. and slay them right an I left without
.. man who had ever sold liquor at the 8TOMACHAKe' 5 mercy for. age, color: or breed.
South Central District Endeavorer head of a board having charge of a $ It destroy. the egg and.break* up
will be glad to know of a new society! : .
nest of insect.
: college for 1'11'11. the
Pale Faced Women Take Phosphates to Make added to the list for. their next door E. You SHOULD
L. Wartman of Citra also threat-
neighbor, East Central. It I I. at Hop. PARTAKEOf ./, Fenole is old in your town bYI
ened resign.Armstrong i '
kins Melbourne in Brevard W. B. Makinson Co. J. Z. Rober-
V near ,
Cheeks and Beautiful Forms. is said to have been told A v'e7J1 '
Rosy son Waters & Carson Grocery Co
county, and starts to work with forty- that his : lr'
resignation would be GYS7GAK
seven member: Mrs. Annie C, Meyeris accept- ; ( Quart 7Bc: one-half &al., $1.25; ,
able
and he tendered it at The
Men Need to Make the new president.In governor appointed Henry J.once.Brett of iyAOUR gallon, $2.00. I '
'. Phosphates Strong, Healthy, conection. with new Societies we DeFuniak' Sprayers, common, SOc; automatic,
Spring, in Armstrong'splace.
June $1.00. '
note In the Dixie Endeavorer for ,
. Earman is slated to be elected
Bodies. i h
; Vigorous that Florida has organised in the. laat- chairman when the board organizes at -W-r manufactures' Sweeping Compound .
t two year 101 new societies. Jacksonville today. STEAKSare Floor Oil, Cedcr Oil Polish.
; f Florida is leading. the south in societies If the plans made here on Saturdayare of a quality that makes an Liquid Soap, Kreoli Disinfectant,
who have reached the of
.. .... rating carried out. Bryan Mack will at instant appeal to every particular Stock and Poultry Flea
Athletes tneresa Their Strength. Energy Kmtmrmmrf: SOO Per r M..eI' "excellent" or "standard" on the Disinfectant
the who is and Router, Powdered
be
same time elected as man hungry hungry
, secretaryof every -
By si.ply Taking a Few Weeks Treatment of Ar..-. ....sate, Dixie Standard of excellence. Four the Board of Control and tho Stats I man who is ,particular. The Agent for Toilet Paper, Paper .
": ------ new Excellent and eight new Standard I Plant Board, and J. G. Kellum will be chraactar of our "meat have won Towel, Drinking. Cups, etc,, Ask
this last month. One Excellent and I retained a* auditor of the Tallahassee for this market an enviable: repu.' for sample and price' r
I, Atlanta, da. Dr. F A..Jacobson says cheeks fro to., The irfuscles lack tone.They one Standard of these new ones are in college at the same salary. Kel- tation. It will, only cost you so '
essential! becomt' nervous.. Irritable, despondent South Central District of which KisjmMtas -
that I'hOBphMeB are Just R" to ,, lum has heretofore much
., any man or vromnn wt\o_. ..tiros raspy, Is ... melancholy_ the. brain.. .. fags, .i :l u. ,,j3rk-JBrMentftm, _. ud hold all three post- a pound' to investigate" "'our... ...
::;xr' arm"xs 1''I-':.. ".--,, I ..o..Qift' ",,'t"1'a.f.;""V" .tn U.w...,,,. .. .. otonr aad tMeLe. lII..fta..wen"8jOOO'tMembers 'lneae>end'dulti':IYtethl 6d. "" l .r. '
"' looks ha ggkhrdrrtya.d pule to make a wish" to preserve yourcynuthful. vim. W inter ]I aven.MARGARET of the State Board of Ed- FenoIctfiemiSrCoTTAMPA J :
make *a strong robust' "vigorous, vigor and vitality. to ripe, old aces( McILVAINE, ucation aro opposed to this
r healthy body a. they are to cotton to 'you must supply, the deficiency ofhosphates State Press Supt. arrange- .
make It grow. The lack of Phosphateis ..lacking In rour.food by ment and have'asked Attorney General City Market
the cause of nil enemlc conditions. uslnir Ariro-I'hospliate, the form of T. F, West to'decide* whether the: FLA.
i I ; I end the Administration of g-grnln Ar Phosphates. most easily. : assimilated.' GOVERNOR GETS CORDIAL control board has-authority, to createa '
'J
: Ko-Pho.phate'\I.bl..t. will Increase the v 1 L .-
. '
strength and emlurano of ....ak. narv- NOTICE: Ariro.Phosphate whJcn Is RECEPTION AT PALM BEACH new office and a new salary.,
ou. care-worn men and women 300 perN' recommended and prescribed by physicians Wartman rind T. B. King 'would
rent In two Or three weeks time 1n In all enema cases. Is n't a secret have voted for for. chairman -
Armstrong
'" many or patent medicine, but one that Is WEST PALM BEACH, July 9.- 4
\IH.. will J'lupathelwholeconervour sold and recommended. by well known Prior meeting I of the control. board if he had
in the
system and jcl\e new life, rim, ,vigor drugs/IMS"/ everywhere, and physicians to the mass city not resigned.,
And "vitality to the whole body I always are dally subscribing the r'onatiturnt.contained . park here,lastThurbda'y' night, Gov.. '

1 prescribe who are pale Argo-Phosphate and colorless to, and patlrnts many other In Phosphates It. Being, entirely It la easily unlike asaimllated !Catts was banqueted at; thai Lake Park '1.000 acres of Sweet Potatoes for I The ,,jorite'.Store: of Kittimmee J r .
', It Is surprising to see how quickly a and will, be found effective. In I Hotel by the Board of* Trade. The Kissimmee.
.
few weeks treatment will trnnsform a the treatment of Indigestion and stomach -
'pale face to a rosy cheeked beauty.There troubled", as well as for care ..worn banquet developed into a regular love
.: can be no rosy cheeked, healthy,. nervous conditions. manufacturers. Feast, county officials and other mak- ..Pile Cured In 6 to H Days
beautiful women, without their systemIs pf Argo-l'hosphat will forfeit. to any 1
ing addresses and their
pledging supsport
t' '. sufficiently supplied with I'hos- charitable Institution I2OO.00 If they Vonr drnarl.t'will refund money If PAK9
'/, phates. In recent Interviews. with cannot treat any man or women under and co-operation. as official and OINTMENT. to care anyean of Itcbl.: .... FURNITURE?
|. physicians on the grave and serious' 66 who lacks phosphates, and Increase ; citizen Blind irat.Bleeding or Protruding Piles CtoKdara., ; .
application
Tat civet Bur and Keat. 90s.
: i consequence of a deficiency of Ihos their strength and endurance from 100 Besides the members of the Board
phates In the blood of American menj per cent to 300 per cent. or more In onemonth' ." ,
and women I have strongly emphasls- 'time. If they are free from organic 6f Trade, county'.offlcalsl and members .
j' : ed the fact that doctors should prescribe trouble. It Is dispensed by all of the City Council there were I' t,
I.. more phosphates In the form of reliable druggists _. I CTOMHCHAUmcnUThe .
t present Judge E. C. Thompson, JudgeE.
W. weak, If will not ,, ,
Argo-Phosphst for druggist
worn out your supply you
?\\'' haggard-looking:: men and women ,send $1,00 to the Arg-o Laboratories, 10 : B.. Donell and Dr. Henry Clay
t When sign of anmsa'When flabby Forsyth 8t, Atlanta da., and they will] Riser. The governor was introduced Nation's Curse -WE HAVE IT ji;
"i it; It Is a the pho.phates .- send you a two weeks' treatment' by return I at' an informal. reception before, the .
t R" BO from the blood, the pink mall. banquet by Joe Earman T, J.Campbell -' i

acted as toastmaster.. Coven j
I t. were 'laid for thirty.
Sheriff G. B. Baker, Judge Thompson ..
: ,FOR SALE=CASH PREFERRED Judge Donnell and Miss Jefferson :I. ceajieetioBi wits owr Hardware ... w. carry i'exapld.Ba. .
; .v
Bell went down to Miami and escorted of foraitnr, W* Make a specialty of Miifittiaf ....., 91

One block of Five Lots in outh Pert of Town. 250 Thursday.the governor to' West"Palm Beach on >*.dU reliable > '
J. .\\ 4
I'' r- foot front, 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for LEMON JUICE ISFRECKLE I

: '" .. i Banana or Truck Growing. Eighteen:; inch fall to city REMOVER 1'r Bed Room Furniture, Dining

: :, ' ditch. Make. your home.pay for itself. I Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor >>
I
I,, ,Girl I Make'this cheap beauty lotion M '. ,

: 'ApplyVAUEYR. : -GAZETTfti- .... to clear and whiten your akin. 4 .Q W itfeYf.f.eThere a-.q Suits, Odd Chairs, .Rockers,.

1':. q I ____- Squeeze tho juice-of two lemon intoa i 1s no ailment causing more. Couches Etc. .

; bottle :containing three ounces of woe Trouble.and. Often misery Gall Stone than ,Stomach Cancer .' .;t .\, .
.
orchard white, shake well, and 'i < , : t 'fThis
you
.Ie
:; and Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines -
f _: S. 'PLQYJ1'; have a quarter pint of the best freckle Constipation, Acute Indigestion store II I smaklaf a record for Itself .b At Matter,.f

and tan lotion. and complexion beauti- , Auto-Intoxication, Yellow Jaun- laelpia people to .dl hoai**. .',Com sad ....1, Our twice art,

Dealer In ficr...at very, very, small cost dice, Appendicitis and other serious. r ,laL' ? '.. .- ..' ,- : ... ,
;, Your grocer has the lemon and and fatal ailment result from it. .
Thousand of Stomach Sufferer ,,owe \1
t Groceries Grain and Feed any drugstore or toilet counter will their comolete recovery to Mayr' 1
J Hay, supply three ounces of orchard/ white Wonderful Remedy. It 1 II unlike any 1 I
fOR
( For a few cent. Massage this .sweetly other remedy. It sweeps the poisonous . TOOLS ENGINEERS A,'

:i i Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave. fragrant; lotion into. the face, neck, bile and catarrhal accretion from

l'?1 r J arms and hands each day' and see how Chronic the system. Soothes. and allays No matter what kind of a* Engine yon Lav Gas,.Steam,

:) Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed Freckles and blemishes" disappear and has aaved Inflammation.their lives,.and Many prevented declareit Railroad or Stationary: Enfino:-w. bay exactly tie. Toob ye. AlI

how clear, soft apd white the skin be- serious. surgical operations. Try one need in your everyday .work-Wnnches, .Hammer, Oiler, etc* a,
.u, comes, Yes I It is harmless. dose toda>. Watch its marvelous re-
all of the best quality and workmanship and at price that will
t __ _ __________ __ _ ___ ___ ______ ______ u _____ __ sults. Contain. no alcohol-no habit- ,
..). i.1 surprise you. This tore ha the reputation of handling only
\ forming drugs. Book on Stomach Ail-
\.1.: vcua ixvn ments FREEi.. Adress Geo.. II. ,Mayr, hardware that u i of superior quality and yon will make .no ache!
, Mfg. Chemist, Chicago. Better yet- take in coming her NOW and inspecting our &big stock.
,1.' obtain. a bottle of Mayr'i Wonderful.

d ;.. Remedy from. J. Z. Roberson, or any

.. reliable druggist, who will. 'refund
} .. WftenyoapaymtmlJtanrbkf your money. if it fails.
:\ >rhei.i/out>ay/ortome- Osceola Hardware Company

r i ., ,thing thai Joe* not crW.C .-

.
. Free

,
,/ tlQp ". 48

q, R" I : Who Wouldn't 'Smfle Page c. A. CARSON I President. N. C. BRYAN. Secretary t



,: I \jr a' ."THIS man'' has learned that Book The Waters &\ Carson

,
; r *. tire satisfaction is to be

J measured by ''the_"-extent _oftheJmanulacturers ,

-- interest in G rQc-e-ryCoIIJP"any.:,


", '. the ,car owner's. personal- ex, ,

,,. ,. . :t& perience. ,- I
Wholesale and Retail Dealer* in "i
" s' His buys unusual "The Modern Methodof
k money

,, '- '" mileage and real non-skid Decorating Walls" 'GROCE.R'I'ES'. .

/r '.+' :, 'protection plus the basic Fisk Tl Illustrated book,tl...lull
1 t
Information and
:'I ":... ., Policy to see that dealers and of the latest practical and aujttestion best- fl

{ .h .-. alike full valueEroPISK. Ideas on the decoration. of In- . 0 0000000. 000.. . . . . 0 . .
users get 'terlor ,wall and celling It .
howe a number of room In 0 WE SELL! WE BUY x
color designed by leading artists 0 e t
giving I exact specifications HAY .
: ,
I t ti. tyYpz C .
for obtaining harmonloue \ 0 .HIDES
color effect with 0 GRAIN .
; s FURS .,
.P Gee o FERTILIZERS ... r.. . .

.. TI1tES 0 0 WOOL . I.
: 1 0 SHINGLES .. , '
E e #;. i"" .
,. ? 'i r e AND ql: ,
t Y The 'price is right and fair ORANGEBOXES. ','"
? o 0 '
'p' "'lb. Modern, Durable SanUItary I .LL'. 1

', I'' ,I I : Flat Oil Finish." : ORANGE WRAPS. : : '.COUNTRY *

Trres'For'' Sate By X*oomM In white aad 84 deep.rich ,
m velvety colors. .. whiote do not fad.*. :' VEGETABLE CRATES 0 ': PBODIICECRATE ) : +

: : ::1 Aak f er free book*r writ for It to, NAILS' .t.l :' "fir

tFi.t 'wra. nAlme.J.I'"IInIIkoI1.Osceol : "" . . .. \ f'
i ;r (fins Garage . . . 0' . .'. . . .. . 00 . .,,0 00 ..".. \ I

it Kiauminee, Flak hardware' Co 'We eU fieUand garden teed of all Hud*. ,f> rf r '1

f' ', FI1. Wi ?>. 1peC attMtioa to fitting out .btatiag ud camping partm.. .4 4I .
:. Klaaunmee' ,I Free delivery ia eitjr Emit Tbon. No. I 12. . rW '*4 ,

." .. / aN coaBr): ..ntoiWi ocf.E.ffilWrl. 'A k .e for cuoaUr ud , ..- L

,' :<.. .. . .. -" .. .,. ,.. J, ,... ... hrtii .,: I .fl. :t .. 1. !,'."I
"I..t. "" "
::5. ,11' "'
I" .
.0'11''ii't'; i"i' h '\' ''i'IL;? ,
'' 1'.3t ;jI f \: (/ r 1 : :
Y I' {. ..4.- .v . . ,r ;1 '> .t th .- 11.' . '1 r u.y .
.17 ..
? > < ." .:;w. t.1\\\;):'. 'ltr.d'ttj., 0.\"..v..".'.t,.!".,::"'" "tiI"'fC"-I'. (:..'... .",.,:TI...."' "i..,.-',,..-,"" ,, c ,1.1'.>.1' .........: ':.,,- -i. ': "1"0.{.".'.....".,a h'"tkwr ,.,e-" a' .,." I



I klSSIMMEE VALLEY, r ''
Rpm THE GAZETTE..FRIDAY.JULY 13 1117t .
9 .. .. "p
:- i ..:T, ::. iii: .' .i: : i .i L'' : ::::::: 1 .:i : :: .:. :: i .


.
SALE STARTS STARTS J.

SATURDAY

:t n MORNING STORESALE a

rA JULY 14 LIMIT 14 ,

AT 8 D8O'CLOCK

: .,
: .
1
-


riFAM SWEEP II SALE


J
"
' -: ur-Buyer--will..eave-in. a"'few..days for" the Eastern Markets ==.

.
II I-'** "%
P to buy our Fall Line of Goods and we are' compelled d ( to make"


room for them,so we are going to.clean out, regardless of cost.

B*' ww. You all know our policy is not to carry over any goods from one .season, to another.

We believe' new goods arriving'daily, quick sales and _small. profits.I I

E k ti w -


''fe'' Sale Starts' Saturday, July 14, 8 a. m. .

J
oJD'on't
Forget the Date. Be on .hand and get your share of the many. unusual bargains 4MY'
1
we are offering. We' quote you here a few of our prices. We have such ,an enormous

!I stock that if we,were to undertake to list each item would take the whole Valley Gazette

_..
100 pairs of, Ladies Shoes," small Men's Palm. Beach Suits, coat .and : Ladies',_ Envelope Chemises, madeof

sizes, values up to 3.00, this, sale, pants, think of it, only $2.89' Nainsook, very soft grade, 49c

,: '; your choice of the lot, StJO$] ( Men's Work. Shoes, solid leather' Men's B. V. D. Underwear, 39c
i
This time it. pays to have small __ $1.98. garment. .

a "'feet, sizes up to 6. The reason we'can sell our Men's Overalls, blue, brown and

c Ladies' Wide Brim Panama Hats, Shoes so 'much cheaper peri checked, worth today 01 .1Q /
3
: $1.50, our low price, 0 ,
the $2.50 kind,for - $$1.39 "
than others, is simply this:
} Rubber bottom Tennis Shoes,
per
' ,All our'121, -2c and:'15c Stripe Voiles We saw what was coming .. pair,'49c. "

,w f and Flowered Lawns, this sale, lie and we bought our shoes 'line
We have a complete of Enamel
> Good. grade :,yard wide., Bleaching. six months ago,before, they ware and'' Crockery ware
,1 + 11 12c. that we are selling at a very low '
.... ,- went so high, pcl-'De* .are_j price to make room for our new'
-- ---- -
;..F Children's Dresses at most any old going to sell them as cheapin line. We will have a larger, line

: price tomove, them, ;. lots cheaper this fall than ever before.
proportion boughtWe
we
as
ll can buy the Ginghams :
1th you "
1\l. Sale Starts
and make'them. We have hand Saturday, July
: t on are still selling the famous Elk
about 300, all colors and sizes, Skin Shoe in black and tan $245 14th, 8:00. m.:

L prices from 35c,49c,69c,79c to 98c at the same old, price, Don't, Forget the Date and Place- .,
-
-------
r!
49 Our New York, .Buyer shipped. to us Monday 25 Ladies' White Embroidery: Dresses'which we are going to sell

a at, this Sale'for $1.89. This is cheaper than you can buy the material,.to say nothing of the,making., ,See them.
'
u .
'
V
i p
,, Limit 1.. G. W., PERSONS CO.,, Props.; ,
0'ollar' Store ...
' 1< .
VT1 ,. I : ., KISSIMMEE,. FLA. : ,
1 t' 11 1// irk,
\
i p4e ..wi* .Vq%. y ..'lIJ'll r;'... ,.. . '- -,' , U ;! -t'" '
1I I "ry4M.II\'I,1M'>( aWgwaq..smr.M'! "1ifrl w w w .w : !
r...J'rl",':



,. : r

. /- ""- 1.\ THE XlSS..EE'VALLEY.G.UEnE..FamAY\ \ JULY 13. 1117. fY[..

,
-
,
"
"
I I I. E. & W< ,Collars, Quality Store. 4 At the' Churches '
-
C." W. Ward left Monday night for
Gre New York, where he will spend "'the ,,---, '

ystorve Casino October summer;1st,He expects' to return about" ,i LATMKJT8, MEETING Pay Less and Eat.More

j I I At the Methodist Sunday schoolrooms .
The Rat Poison that never fails. .'
next Sunday aftemon at S
Hobson's Rat Paste. For sale by ,o'clock. All men and, boys are cordially : -
# Matinee 3:30. Evening 7:15 CORNER DRUG STORE.
: invited.
,
24
sack S4
pound Rising I
Miss Dessie White returned Mon- $1' 59

day from Thomasville, Ga.. where she ,SOUTH KISSIMMEE BAPTIST Flour. I
Program for Week of July 16th has been spending a six weeks''! MISSION" ,1

vacation and hah resumed her dutiesat 12 pound sack .Self-Rising
MONDAY TUESDAY the Dollar Limit Store. Sunday, July'16th. Flour I 80
'
.
- H. B. Warner in "WRATH"The Mrs. W. J. Sears and son, Joseph, Sunday school 10 a. m. '" S
Another 'On ,of Those Universal Fifth Play of the "Seven DegdBroadway and John Lee'returned last week from 'Preaching by the pastor 7:30: p. m. 24 pound sack Bollards
A,series of meetings will begin on
the 1 59
Feature ly Sins Washington, .where they spent
.
.
'
Pftst month. Sunday evening, July 22. This meet- Obelisk Flour I
WEDNESDAY I ling I will be conducted by the pastor, ,
Save that old Panama and make it with the help of the members. We 12 sack Ballards
La.ky. Paramount Preteat Also a "MUTT. & JEFF" ? look like new with Dike's Straw Hat hope for a real revival,'which we know pound 8 0

MAE MURRY ia AT FIRST SIGHT ,CARTOON ,COMEDY Cleaner. Only 25 cents at CORNER must come from Above.\ We want Obelisk Flour, '. e .
.. DRUG STORE. I much prayer by those who are inter-
24 pound sack
Miss Marion left Wednesday ested. '
THURSDAY FRIDAY Sargent Pillsbury's1X90 1
for Avan Park to spend her vaca- Best .
William Fox Preset Greater Vitacraph Presents -' tion with her parents, Mi. and Mrs. A. LADIES WILL MAKE I

JANE AND KATERINE LEE in Mary Anderson & Antonio Moreno W. Sargent She will be absent from. SURGICAL DRESSINGS. 24 pound' sack Acme Bread
1ls
"TWO LITTLE IMPS" 'THE MAGNIFICIENT, MEDDLER' Kis8imm. ,
Mrs. M. Kati, Mrs. Howard Katz, The work of organlzng classes .
Mrs. S. H. Bullock, Sr., Mrs. A. W. among the members of the Red Cross '12 pound sack Acme Bread '
SATURDAY Chapter was begun this week at a 90. '
Bailey and her guest, Mrs. FrancesBogguss '
of Lakeland, enjoyed a pleas meeting held at the Gray stone Hotel Flour, ,. .
Paramount Pictures Inc. Presents Abo a ant outing Monday afternon, which Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. B. B. Simpson -
Kathryn Williams and Wallace began with an auto ride to Oak Island, is chairman of the educational de- 12. pound Sack Occident X95 '

Reid in "BIG TIMBERS" TWO REEL. KEYSTONE COMEDY" and Conway.Mrs.'concluded. with a swim in Lake bers partment, who and desire enrolled to' study thirteen surgical mem- Flour, .: ., "

'. dressings course. This, of course, is .
ADMISSIONBALCONY J. W. Oliver and sons, Ernest divided!into eight lessons of three Small Crisco : ',40

and James, loft last week for We- hours .ach. The instruction must be per pall, . .
dowee, Ala, 'to spend several weeks given by a Red Cross nurse or by a
10 and IS CENTS "
S and 10 CENTS ORCHESTRA: visiting relatives. Ernest end James nurse approved by the proper author- Medium Crisco : .
are both members of Cotrp-ny B'Na- ities. It is hoped that forty members _80
PLEASE NOTE-Hereafter our evening shows will start of 7:15,.Instead tion Guard Florida, and are making a will enroll in this course, the numberto ,per pail, '.

of 7:00 o'clock.I < ''' farewell visit to their' relatives before be divided into two classes, one to '

being, called out.. meet in, the morning .nd the other in Quaker's Oats, ', 1

,. .. .' ., ,, ..... Hobson's Sunburn Remedy will pre1t' .-' the afternon. If. this number.c uld be' nrroawnftBtP, V.PQCkflgC.vnr i ,,;_oatornu -- '
h -- "\ : awined thr aaai:OtiNHlebZitlFlo each
'
= : -'ii--'=' -:'''::''':''-'' ..7"J" ; :. J r'OJJ' t+ eatdfi4'SdflblirYf: 'Oiiai iitecd
CORNER DRUG STORE. person would be $1, it is thought, but B. F. Japan Tea best '
( ) .
'
in case the'number enrolling should p 46 60'

J. y INTERESTING: ,LOCAL ITEMS.-1 1I In.the- city W. Hopkins looking after of Melbourne business,mat was :greater be ,less{',than forty>"the cost would be per .pound . ,

tern this Week.' Mr. Hopkins is the :Those who have", already signified 35c Luzianne Coffee, '
r .... .6.0.000..0.0.000.0* Men's Dress Shirts, same old price, senior member of the firm of Hopkins their intention joining are', Mrs. B. -I 25'
at Quality)'Store. & Kempfer. who have large land In- B. Simpson, Mrs. P. K. Weaver, .Mrs.G. per pound > .
terests at )Deer Park in the eastern W. Best, Mrs. W, L. Dunne, Mrs. J.
i Weather Report j Attorney W. J. Steed! of Kissimmee portion of Osceola county, on which Wade Tucker, Mrs. Gay Livingston,
passed through: 'this city .th a motor extensive ,developments are now in Mrs. S. H. Bullocks Mrs. J. W. Prentis

party Tuesday He spent a few hours progress. Miss Lillian Prentis! Miss Ethel Wild. While our Congress wrangles and
and
with his sisters Misses Josephine '
er, Mrs. W. E. Sanderson Misses
D. ,
E. B. J. L. Overstreet J.
.daily temperatures Alice,Steed-Volusia County Record. Morrey, ,
Following are Jeffords, G. D. Boone and C. F. ,.Anne' aid Inez Carson. spend our millions, we: reduce
and precipitations as reported )
Mrs. II. E. Bryan and small daughter > Thrasher constituted an installing ,
by Government. week station end- Emily and Miss Nettie Newton re- staff from the Osceola lodge) of the .CO. CANNING CLUBS I. ai
rut Kissimmee foh turned the first of the week front Cor- I. O. O. F., who motored to Orlando 'PLAN FALL WORK prices '
ing Thursday, July 12: onado Beach, where .they spent Several Monday night to install the newly
Ma<.'Mln. Rain weeks. elected of the Orlando Lodge of Odd season:
While this f the is
Friday ..f ____?9 71 .25 Fellows No. 20 Acting District Dep- year a Taylors'CasKGrocery
and have in club circles Miss
Use Sleep Insurance no quiet one cannig ,
uty Grand Master Morrey officiated as
Saturday ..9. 70 few Albina Smith for the home
more, mosquitoes. 'Sprinkle a installing officer ably., assisted by agent extension -
Sunday _____9572/ drops around the bed; lasts all night. work for Osceola county, is in
staff. After the
Monday ____97 73 .19 For sals by CORNER: DRUG STORE. of the brotherhood ceremony adjourned, raembers to the demand at various points in the coun- lb pound sack Granulated ,:Sugar, OQn .
where her advice is d -sired. In the Uuli '
ty > if spend a dollar or more for
I Tuesday91 73 Miss Dixie White returned honjq banquet hall to enjoy, refreshmentsand trip to Lokossee on Thursday of last you

Wednesday ....93, 72 this week from Georgia where she a general good time.A week, a tomato canning demonstration other groceries. .

; ! Thursday ___95 74 spent her vacation with relatives, andIs party of Kissimmee people left was given at the home of Miss Florence /
back at her place behind the-counter Sunday for northern points,' where Edris. Later in the season can-
'' 0000 0000000 01 0,00000000 0 0 00 In the Dollar Limit Store. they will spend the remainder the ned corn will be added to the.store of
'
,,"". y Mrs. W. M. Hutson and daughter. summer Mrs. Fred Gilbert, accom- I winter supplies. LN.
Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought Miss Edith Hutson,'returned on Sat- panied by her children and her sister, This community Is putting up their On account of the river anC harbor ."._" A.s llmUM ..r Taa 0.11_
urday from-'KI.llimmee, where they Miss Elizabeth Parker,were en route :supply of pickles, etc., in a fine home- bill having passed the. house without ... _e*.lM* *T4 sad ... Ues.r. .
Butterick Patterns at Quality Store. spent the week. Mrs. Hutson being for the country home of Mr. Gilbert's made vinegar produced from homegrown suffering the fight and disintegrationof .. Stet..ee .f .k* State ''I"! '

.y called to Kissimmee on business.-St. parents, near Dunn; N. C. Miss Irene cane. other measures, affecting this Im- .(JTIvrMm.Notie. .
'% bol\. Milton*Pledger of Kissimmee Augustine Record.. Ingram traveled with her to ,Newton, I At Whittier, Misses Bertha Baisden, mediate territory Congressman W. J. '
.
.. transacted business in the city Mon" N. C., to be the guest of her grand !Elon aid Bertha Bass, are growing Sears, in a Iht nent. d lirod he !. hereby Ivan that B.: O.

.. day.-DeLand News. I"his Supt. C.: E. Yowell Yowell, accompanied and family mother, Mrs. R. A. Ingram. Mrs. K. plots of corn and pe&s. The tomato was highly gratified over the status of Merrill. 1 lurcha..r -of-dated Tax the CertificatesNOB. Ith dar t

E. &; W, Shirts, no fade., Quality brother. II. W. motored to, Johnson and her daughter..Miss Lois, I crop was almost a failure, but; these the bill, and that the waterway in of July A., D Itlt hM filed said certificate -
and his sister LakeNettila, completed the party and will visit I valiant"members of the club are in no tide section would"again'begin to re- In my office and baa.made application -
Store. Haines Oity, and back to for Tax Deed to la u. In ao-
Mrs. Johnson's mother, In.Ashland wise daunted by this failure,' but are ceive active attention of the govern- oordanoa to law. ,
:. Attorney Lee.Jar roll of Kissimmee Winter Haven by way of Lucerne I Ill, whom she has'not seen for thirty new preparing. to plant a fall ment.-St. Lucia County Tribune. Bald c.rtlfeat.'embrace ,the following -
.visited the city this week'' on a business -' Park Sunday: yarn ' ,crop, using a dwarf variety of Living.eton described lands, lyingand beta.
situate In O.ceola Btat. of
", mission.-DeLand News.' Mrs. G. A. Powers of Fort Pierce, is Globe. Stone or Champion toma- We have on hand a' large stock of Florida towlti Lot county number B .v.nt.eni
. Dr, DeWitt Llghts'ey made' a pro the guest of.Mrs. R. T, Branson for a REGISTRATION CARDS I toes. These varieties will mature a Engines, both), gas and kerosene burners (17) ef Block Thr. Hundred FourI04K '
two weeks' visit.. Mrs., Powers was a 'crop by early September if the seed of 'various ( and Lot numb.. Twenty (10) of
fe.sionaltrlpto Kissimmee!Monday.t : Pumps : .I&es"and
: > NUMBERED BY BOARD Block Thre. Hundred Four (104) of;
I The Couner-InfomanMBartow; resident of Kissimmee and ber'/'many ;.i ", ?' jig, : 'I be planted during this month,. and the makes; Pump Jacks. St. Cloud Florida '
.' ,. friends will be glad to learn of her fruit is not dwarf as is'' generally Iron Pipe of various sites, both gal- Tb..afd! lands being ..assessed In the '
"
,,, "American Lady Corset, newest arrival here. The exemption board of this district -I thought, but of fine size and appearance. vanized and black; Bath Tubs and name of B. L. Darting and W. A. Jackson ,
all guaranteed. $1,00 and, at tb. dat. ofIssuance of said certificates -
styles, up have completed their work of .
general plumbing goods. ,
unless said certificates shallbe
Rev. O. B. Falls -pastor of the First
at Quality Store. verifying the registration,cards and The county agent's visit to Narcoossee Drain Tile and All Material for Sub redeemed according to law, tax deed j
Baptist Church, has been in Lake City them serial numbers from 1 to will lisue thereon on the,llth day ofAuau.
Mrs: Fort of the Hotel Colonial, has for the past two weeks attending the giving Monday, and to Bassville and Alligator and Overhead Irrigation Plants ALLof ." A. D. 1M7.,
141. _
to Kissimmee for several days to Lake Tuesday, found the club which we are offering at reasonable :"offlclsl
gone State in session at Witness my. hand and seal
Courier Baptist Assembly One cope of the cards is sent to Ad- members interested in"their work and prices. - .
visit trlend..Plant City Columbia, where he took part in the this the 11th day of July. A. D. HIT.'
General Christian Tallahassee .
jutant at anticipating pleasure In the fall
Friday. / crop. MAHONEY-WALKER CO., (Seal) J. U OVER8.TREET.C1..rk .
program. another Provost Marshal C. H. Mrs. John Dann, who lives just Circuit Court. Osceola County.
Hoodo Tape and Paper for ants. All Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barclay and Crowder at Washington; one is furnished north of the city, is taking advantageof 29-4t Sanford, Fla. Florida I0-it +
users satisfied. For sale by CORNER daughter, Miss Mable, Miss Helen the local papers with a request skilled advice offered by the home
DRUG STORE. Sawyer and Miss Lavinia Wenner left that it be published, and another is extension department and is canninga ;"

Mrs. J."M. Bryan of Jacksonville lathe Thursday for Daytona Beach, where filed with the board. quantity of tomatoes under its di. ..
guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. A. they have taken a cottage for twq The laws governing registration rection. Later canned corn will be DR. DeWITT T. LIGHTSEY '
Carson.*' She expects to return home weeks. ?fc and the work of the exemption boards added to the winter supplies of this ""t
have been fully complied with in this home.
tomorrow.Col. Mr*. Frances Boggus of Lakeland, district and nothing more will be done OSTEOPATHCorner

Lewis O'Bryan and his family who has been the guest of Mrs. A. W. until instructions are received from. Lyles Storywill leave for Baltimore ...-
motored to Sanford Monday in his Bailey for several days, continued her the authorities. and New York City Monday to Drug Store Mondays and Fridays
National he purchased recently from trip to Atlanta, Ga., on Tuesday. She
Opinions as to when the actual purchase the holiday goods for the :
I i Capt. Harry Hunter. was joined here by Mrs. T.' B. Grif- drafting or selecting will take place Story: Store.. He will also select the

Mrs. Roma Thomas has' for her; fin of .Tampa, who- Is Mrs.; Bailey'smother. vary, and no definite date has been an- opemg stock for the J. B., Mills Com- .1.1J. ,

guest her niece Miss Irene Williams, $ nounced.L pany, whcih will open a shoe and notion .. -... .. .. -... .. -- ..
of Palatka, who arrvied Thursday for The I. O. O. F, of the Osceola LodgeNo. store at Winter Haven. Mr ..- -\J., 11- ".-.. 1--. '" 6- .. .,

an extended visit. 74 will put on some iniatory de- 0.,O. F. INSTALL OFFICERS Story is a member of the company.!

I I ;, r: Flag Fight Insect the flics.Powder Fly, El Swatters Vapiro; ,Insect Black; gree work building at their tonight.hall in AH the members Fraternity -- Installation of officers in the Osce IN MEMORIAM I.I.
urged to be present and visit- -
"I '. Tanglefoot.Powder, Dalamito Phone us which Insect you Powder want., ing brothers are especially invited., ola at their Lodge hall No. 74,1.Friday 0.0.night'F.,,was in held the Whereas has God in His infinite wisdom Shoes Shoes Shoes f

seen fit to remove fror.i our
of
I. CORNER DRUG STORE. Phone 297. Maxwell Kilvert. president of the presence of a large attendance '
midst Sister C. Tatman who
with members. District Grand Emily .
South Florida A Gulf Railroad, Deputy ffSpring
Mr., and Mrs. G. W. Persons, Mrs. headquarters at Kenansville, was ,in Marshall Wycoff and H. W. Brokawof was a faithful and useful member of 0'-t
r' .I;. H. Ingram and T. J. Farr motoredup Kissimmee looking' after business interests Orlando were in charge and installed the Sedgwick Circle Ladies of thb G. .

to Sanford Tuesday in Mr. Per-, Monday on his return from a the >following officers: A. R..Re.olvedthat..we.extend. _and. SummerFootwear...
+--, ton's .Ear!. _I visit to his offices Jkcksonville.- 'J.--Overstreet, Noble Grand.: T our sympathy f

r"", See Dr. Davis for glasses for poor O. W. Simmons has been called to T., M.J. Woodall Crafton, Vice Warden.Noble Grand.J. decea.OOt to and the bereaved that our family charter of the be We Have It! r
vision or headache at his home office, '
I
Kissimmee to the bedside of his father Albert Huling, Conductor.G. draped for a period of thirty days, anda
I IV Lincoln House. Eyes tested free. who is reported seriously ill. Mrs. of these resolutions be sent to
copy .
D. Boone
Chaplain.J.
Work guaranteed. 30-4t Simmons and children are spendingthe D. Jeffords, R. S. Noble Grand. the Valley Gazette and also epreadon Shoes, for every member, the ,family. 1
Mr. and Mrs Henry Harper and time during his absence with her Dan O'Berry, L. S. Noble Grand. the records of the circle. }
} Mrs. Meek left this week for Grand parents near' Coronet.! -Breweter Cor. James W. Goodwin I. G. All that was mortal of our sister r---

Rapids, Mich tJ spend the remainderof Mulberry Herald. G. Mentz O. G. was deposited in the family cemetery Complete array of

the summer. Mrs. Fernold, sister-in-law'of Mrs. J. W. Zigler, R. S. ViceGrand.L. in Michigan. I a

R'' ." 'Miss Annie Hyatt left yesterday for J. W, Payne, has been spending a few Neil, L. S. Vice-Grand. ber Sister of Sedgwick Tatman was Circle a charter and had mem-held 'Men's Low Cut Summer Shoes; elegant
days with her theehlldRn W. Frace, R. S. S.
accompanied by
, Kissimmee after spending several !
# days as the guest of Miss Elizabeth of Mrs. Payne's. sister, whose B. F. Harrell. L. S. S. circle successively, L-eing every Senior high Vice office at the in time the Footwear for Ladies, Misses and Chil

'ti ; Miller.*-Orlando Sentine'. Sunday.. death recently at Klulmmee was sucha of her deal1) She will be sadly missed dren; Great ,Display of White Kid'' and '
shock to her friends here.-
many HILL NOW LIEUTENANTFred
FRED from midst but' all bow .
must
'The Dollar Limit is putting on "A Brewster Cor. Herald. our we
Mulberry to the will of Father. Canvas Shoes.
Big Clearance Saje" beginning tomorrows our Heavenly ,
and the usual feast of bargainsmay Twenty-seven cattle cars filled with Hill, son of ''Mr. and Mrs. F. Peace to her ashes.
be expected by the buying pub-, lOOO.beevea. left Okeechobee Mondayfor W. Hill, of Narcoossee,'has been pro- Signed by the committee ,
2i). lic. Nashville, Tenn., having been'sold moted to second lieutenant, and re FRANCIS VAN DUSER. ,
by the Pierce Brothers, of that placeto ceived his commission in the engi BELLE MODE. Straw Hats
Albert E. Bearden after a delightful B.,F, Lester of Nashville. Mr. Lester neer's aectic of the officers reserve AMANDA A. WEMPLE..
'. visit with), his brother, R. H. Bearden spent the past week here, having corps.. Ho took the oath of office and

of th\ Consolidated Title Company :come to'attend the,shipping of the!! allegiance; and is now a commissioned ADVERTISED LETTERS complete sizes and
M9st variety shapes
his Lome in Kl .lm- ,
returned today to stock.. officer in the U. S. army. ,

,,: nee.-Ft. ,Myers Plena.l'fMrs. I C. W. Ward cf:Kissimmee; wni in He,,writes: "Work Is going on All Following Is the list of uncalled for styles. Up-to-the Minute Goods, Prices

J. W. Evans, who has been OrlandoNtoday.: He will.leave tonight usual trench construction exactly as letters remaining in the post-office at '
:' York where will
for New be spend Florida
weeks
'p" from an attack of acute indigestion, the After tho Mr. Ward days w. have been making' hand Kisslmmee, for,the two
summer. war
is rapidly recovering: Her friends will wil Ivisit of the battlefields of grenades and throwing them. We are ending July 23, 1917:
\ be pleased to learn /of// her return to he some said making them with T. N. explosives.It Mr. Isiah Brown. Harry Brown, I.
Eurpoe, today-Reporter-Star, is wonderful what destruction a Brown Miss Blanche Mrs.Mayne .
!health., Bryan,
Tuesday. block of it will do." Brisco,' Robert 'Chatt. J. D.
Mrs. W. W. Alcott, who successfully 'Albert Bearden,'assistant bookkeeper ,Lieutenant Hill has been stationed f Diners,.",B. IS. Evens,. Ella KIrklln, Jno. H. G.STANFORD COMPANY f"OUReliaU.SUeDeak. ,y ys

; managed the Atlantic'.Hotel at Cora- at the State Bank returned home a month at PlatUburg Camp, N. Y. At G. Lanler, Howard McGroclIn, J.. W. .. .
",..i: .t nado Beach,'Fla, for many years, will .this week from Fort Myers, where he present; he is In Washington, a campat McMillan, ,Mrs.' Eugene Reed 3. P, ; < i k
+;1j{' b.\the assistant manager of the spent week' vacation visiting his the American University, until the Thompson,' Mrs. Anna Weathers, W. .lpKala C..atye"
f_ Oyama: Hotel at Daytona Beach this brother Ralph,who holds responsible 23rd; the' they will march to Belboir. B. Woolf.'u. '
'r ,.comerCome and see u. Sea foodspecialty. position with .the Consolidated. Va., 23 miles from Washington?,where U. SIMPSON; / I

;'.., ?.. fnner$ _. .r 2 -4t ,Company at that plea-. 'they, will finish their training..1'' ' : ,Postmaster. '- .- .. . .
.:i....1, J. ,..11. : /. ..... .. -' '''q..J <01"?,. I q'
... : imdjteju- -:.." H:. wi/Q/ I JI
"' ..'it if! w
.
. ,"'" ' '\0 ." ,..,. ,- +
71 >\ ... '....
1
{0 1 f ,." "
+} ..: .-" ,, ., r 1\?,...,,...f/.t. 'J. 'I' 'I, ; ., 1tr a q a+r_ a r' aw.+ '' a .,$ yo
\ ',' '. _' ,t' ?



,,0-

...
r

vat' THE KlSSIMMEE-V LLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917



national guard or regular army) each 'CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS'NO' STOPf

PRESIDENT GIVESI'NSTRUCTIO'NS board will prepare a list of men designated !

for service in the order of St. Cloud
their liability, poet the ]list give it to : DepartmentNEWS

AS tho press'' and within three days send YOU SICK AND SALIVATES
MAKES
mail.notice to each designated person by .

notified the AND' NOTES OF TilE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN
TO EXEMPTIONS "A. the men so appeari
a boards first will make-a examination '
/ SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Here's guarantee-Oo to any drug'
in accordance with special "Ot6S01'1 Urn Tom" Is Harmless To tore and my get a 50 cent bottle ofeon' Dod.
regulations to'be provided bearing in Tool Take. spoonful and
Liver |
A WASHINGTON, July S.-:Preparation mind that ,all persons accepted by Veterans' Association present, and two new recruits. Mrs. Cleu Your Sluggish Urn if it doesn't straighten ;you right up..

mobilization of the first them will be examined by army Alice Hull and Mrs. Walther were and Bowels and make you feel fine and vigorous I
for the Veterans Association met at 2 and
{ surgeons. p m., mustered in.' want )'f'U' to go-back; to the store

contingent of 625,000 troops of the na.l Questions of' Exemption Follows July 7th.Opened. Mr. and Mrs., Black well! at Ashton Ugh! Calomel makes. you sick. It's your money. IJodaon's Liver Tone

tional army advanced another IItep ,Physical) Examination: by singing Star Spangled wero the recipients of some fine horrible I. 'fake.. dow> of the dangerous; f, destroying the nit of calomel because
r President Wilson promulgated "If the physical examination is Banner them' lose it ii real Iner medicines I entirely vegetable -
day ,when peaches, sent to by a daughter drug tonight: and tomorrow you may
Prayer by Rev. Bcauchamp. Song .. therefore it can not; salivate ormake
i the regulations to govern exemptions I passed' successfully, then comes' the livnlg in Georgia. | 'a day's work. '
: service question of exemption. Persons to be by choir. Reading: of minutes; ap Mr. and Mrs. Mason loft on Tues Calomel U mercury or nu lckilver you sick. _
from military already exempted by the local boards are of- proved., day to spend the summer with friends which c"u necrosis of the bon..... I guaranty that one spoonful of Dod'Bon's
m, Local and. appeal boards ficers of the,United States territoriesand For good of society end iity- and relatives in Wisconsin. Calomel, when it comes into contact Liver Tone will put your sluggish

Jiave been appointed and tho issuance them tow District of Cplumbla; ministersof nothing offered. Collection for hall Dr. O.i, L. Buckmaster and family with sour. bile crashes into it, lireakpiR, liver to work'and clean your bowels of .f
will waste'
f ;, of the regulations permit religion students of divinity persons expenses. and Lynn Daugherty motored to Orlando it ,up. This Is when you.feel that awful that sour blla and constipated
organize immediately r.nd prepatusk for ,in the military or naval service Notice8,' of articles lost and found on Sunday. Mrs. Buckmasterand nriuwa and cramping.: If ;you are slug-; which, I I. clogging: ;your system and making --
'
g, "R, the concluding phases of of of ths United States; subjqcts of Germany Commander Goff announced a letter daughter Roberta May will spend (lash and "all knocked out" U your you feel miserable. guarantoa that will t
the under training for directed Chas.' Lorimer in of bowel constipated bottle of Hudson's Liver Tone
men to
i getting all other aliens who have not care the week the doctor's brother'and liver ii torpid and a.
visiting for
,; 't duty in Franco. taken out first papers: county or municipal G. A. R. Post Please call for it. family. or you have headache, dizziness, coated keep your-e tire family feeling fine It Is, J
In the order in which they must Meeting here given over. to Com- tongue: If breath U bad or stomach lOUr, months. Give It children. '
I
officers custom house clerks and L. Curtis'left gripe '
Mrs. D.
; Mr. .
r three in the organization on harmless Dodnon'n I harmless doesn't and they like its .
of .g"
come there,t-re steps workmen in Federal rade Spaulding in charge of social jlll" try a- spoonful !
armories arsenals
for Johnson Tenn.
Wednesday City r
of tho national I Tone tutu
? process hour. Ayer tonight,,on my guarantee pleasant
and navy yards persons in the Mrs L. O. Bower left on Tuesdayfor
-
;,hey
army) prescribed by selection congress.and ,ex- Federal service designate: by the Comrade Worrel gave .two selections Gallopolis\ Ohio: where/ she was, f g1AX

are: Registration; hat been carried president for exemption; pilots merchant with guitar.; called on account of the illness of her W, D. Wilson of Gainesville, repre What is LAX-FOS
emption. The first step 'manse sailors those with a Patriotic address by Comrade brother. senting'the University of Florida end

'I I through. The 'relations! issued status with ''respect to dependentswhich Wood. Rev. Brown preached in the M. E. the State College for Women, ,was in -FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA 1 1A

1 today cover in detail the operation of renders their exclusion desirable Select; reading by Mrn. Classon. Church Sunday morning And Rev, Kissimmee Tuesday in the interest of Digestive Liquid Laxative, Cathartic ilandLiverTonic.
'the third step, exemption.: Two violin solos by Mr. Worrel, Contains Cascara Dark II
the second (a married man with,i dependentwife Santee filled the pulpit Sunday even these excellent state institytions.!! 'Mr.
Information cpnccrning Recitation by Comrade Sill. Wilson stated that of the Blue Root Rhubarb Root Black | J
o still is or'child, son of dependent widow ing on account of the illness of Rev, on account Flag
.
step in the'serl.cs. however son of a.dependent: aged> or infirm : President Kenney en' Economy. Northrop. large number of enlistments-for the Root.May Apple Root Senna Leaves and J

i lacking, and officials tire guarding parent or brother of dependent Music by Sill And Worrel' guitar Met J. -D. Markham 1s en his way army the student body of the University Pepsin. Combines strength with pala- ., J"
which"! selectionis 50c
? closely the method by, and violin. had been end unless table aromatic taste. Does not gripe.
orphan child under sixteen years of here from Chicago, 111., by auto andexrects depleted a
to be applied. those found deficientand Recitations by Miss Ella' Davis. great many \new students can be secured
Given Out age) ; morally' to arrive About the 15th He I
]Method of Selection Not War sketches and needs of Red Cross I I the attendance this institution .
member of well at -
announced any any recognized will occupy his new residence on the Help plant that '1,000 acres of sweet,
The exemption regulations religious sect existing May 18, Society by J. L. Brown. Boulevard. -" I I promises to be smaller. than here FI
that the boards will bo advised of the Banjo music by Cotnrr.de Worrell. i tofore. 'I I I
1
1917 whose creed forbids participation ,Walter French was htmo this week potatoes.
selection later, .although! : none Comrade' GofT Old Black I _
process -a song.
in and whose, religious few and ..
theorganization war convictions on a days' furlough la now: at ------e -
-- -
except "
--
of, the steps prescribed Joe accompanied with banjo by Com j
accord with the creed.
? of the boards can be carried rade Sill. t Washington Barracks and expects ..OOOOO O.O .OOO. OO Oo ovO .OOGOO .. :
'
,
\ Wife Up Claim For Husband sail
I at: MaySet to for France soon.
I I?: on until tl.e selection machinery ,, "Claims for exemption because of Comrade Spaulding. representing a Mrs. E. D. French of 'A hton was. '' '

,rt r 54.i'j: ..._...._.... -_'ITjIAa has furnished f r ..the.4 names',._ 1 of, the men I dependent*, 'may.Jbcumadaor'tiy. .bV.J.bl..roP.1'I 'patent\ 0" T Af medi'inUf..1"It117f1SThi,11'1m'> ! .'*."B a***,.semi,IIMH auifc.laMI, ends mltrtff W ft'tif't I"Mfr.'I DGWaplferl; fanlfrAgemY:y y2nd

l.' : ,: : army service the. oar :to iudjre. \f9::+h a third fl''IIf"'WI1T party ntmnepen who has! personally J iil.s. .Audience risingajriL.singing.! .the of Grimes the' and I'trC her daughter bJCs."l'1O "- Mrs. Mann I f : I

... 'The ioenUtotinlsu are. 4irC".ted.Iron .Star-Spangled'Bannerr- r4'.;'* ?
,,
:ytwPresident .
the l\1 ri" ( Irs.
w from the investigated case.- -SP and J Combs of St. Petersburg I '
Floor No. 30.
Citizens Bank Phone
organizationtotake; : Kenney announced ad- Bldg.,
"A claim made by the husband must are spending a few days here X'
y. registration precincts ,the -.rds and journed until Saturday July 14th.J. .
he accompanied by> 'supporting affidavits calling friends and acquaintances.
,x, and lists as of their the men first registered duty .is to on provide June a 5 signed by the wife and by the headof L. BROWN, Sec'y. They made on tho, trip by auto. : The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Co f

a er.rh registration! a family residing in \the same terri- Miss Katie Clause and mother left
for :
Club
serial card number This Los given :support to the tory. claim made by the wife or a' The Priscilla? L this week to spend two weeks' vacation WE REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK HARTf 'I:

a belief that the selection is to be. by third party mut be accompanied by The Priscilla Club' met on Thursday in Tennessee. FORD, AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE
current two supporting affidavits signed by afternoon, July 5th, in their class I Neil Bartlett our assistant postmaster COMPANIES CO.
a number. Reports ,were recently ; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE ,
,i heads of families. of: his vacationat
room at the church. Meeting openedby spent a week
that the selection drawing was. "Similar rules govern claims on the\ repeating the Lord's Prayer in Tampa. AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE, :

..7 to be made in Washbfrton.the process of :selection ,grounds: of other dependents, the tie-: concert. Some business Mrs. Charlie Johnson end baby LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH AUTOMOBILE TORNADOi IJ i

o Presumably, will be announced only a short pendents or third parties being authorized discussed: and the following officers, Floyd, of Sanford are spending a few BURGLARY PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive .
to file clbimn with support were elected for six months: days this week with Mr. Johnson's I:
time before it is in operation. September
put
'1 has been the tentative date' ing affidavits. In each case the board President, Mrs. Della Sage. parents Mr. and Mrs Wm. Johnson Insurance :

set for calling'the 625,000 of tho first must be satisfied before it' grants exemption Vice-president Mrs. Ruth Kenney. on Eleventh Street. .

contingent to tie! colors for training. or discharge that the depend Secretary Mrs. Mary Johnson Mr. D. C. Bower left on Tuesdaylast ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. '
H ent1 or dependents actually are Assistant Secretary Miss Ella' Mc for Akron Ohio.
sup-
.
will rot take
'' The
.. exemption process The whole ported mainly by the fruits of the Allister. Word has been received here from IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION I ;
deal of tir.-.e.
a great bo can-led through process mental or physical labor Treasurer Mrs. Bessie Daniels. Mr. and* rs. C. B. Kiner of Sarasota AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION.
probably can
1. t'+ in less than thirty days. "Local boards are required subjectto Press! correspondent, Mrs. Philpot. but formerly of St. Cloud, 'that the t'r

While these steps are being carriedout appeal) to pass upon claims- for ex* After some work was selected to do Stork had paid them a visit and I lefta _.. r
C \ -- -
for getting together the men .f emption or discharge within three for the Red Cross the club adjournedto baby girl.! l f f'I
the national thear department days after the filing of affidavits., District meet in two weeks with Mrs. Ruth.|I Miss Nina Carey mother and aunt
r i i. making amy with the boards must decide Kenney on Florida avenue. ..returned last week\ from an auto trip
p progress within five days after tho closing of to Georgia.
.
difficult tnsk.of fim'injy! officers \
even more and their decisions been received from Mac Miss Jean of is visiting Stout Lumber CO.I
for the {ofce. Part o_ these will proofs are final. Word has Jernigan/ Tampa
from the sixteen officers' training If. the ruling of a local board is affirmed McCloudJ) from Kinsman. Ohio where her parents here for r. few days.
t? come ''The first 10,000 of tile the person in question stands he is In the employ of Mist Mary Mr: and Mrs. Walker of Sanford are SUCCESSORS TO MAY-8TOUT LUMBER 00.

40,000 camps.men at the camps will be selected finally accepted for military service. Kinsman, who bought the Blackwell spending a few days here looking DEALERS IN
r for commissions in the first increment "'10'' passing upon claims for exemp- Place at Ashton. that he is enjoyingit over the Wonder City.

M,t of the now army. That 1 i. less tions on the grounds of employment in there is putting in celery and that Mr. Victor Edwards and family of YELLOW 'PINE AND CYPRESS?
industries the seed of Winter the fourth here
: than half the nu.iber of officers necensriry. necessary and agricultural he has not even seen a Haven spent
c 7 The War Department today.approved operations the district boards muot be i watermelon much less any melons.Mr. with Mr. Edwards' brothers N. L.. and
rtcomniondrtions of coi.imand. convinced that the I particular enterprise Ausbaugh left on Wednesdayfor V. Clyde Edwards LUMBER ''

ers of regular Wefiments which will\ affording' such employment actually -I the Soldiers' Home at Johnson Mrs. Clarissa Gibbs returned
is necessary to the maintenance City Tenn. Wednesday evening after'spending
commission 3 000 or mroe regular non.commissioned
officers to be captain of the military establishment or national Mr., and Mrs. Albert H. Marskie several days with friends at Orlando. Novelty Works in ConnectionIt

lieutenant in the first 625,000 of ) interest during the emergency." left on Tuesday, to vioit with their Dr. O. L. Buckmaster has got a

the or national rimy. It is understood "The fact must also be established" children in Wisconsin. new top for his car is oar pleasure to give yon estimate at all times.

that more then: fifty jncn from each continues the statement, "even if the The.auxiliary of the Army and W. G. King moved his office on Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery i
in addition'' to those now et particular agricultural or industrial Navy Union held their regular meet- Tuesday to a part of A. E. Drought's
regiment,
will he vocation is necessary to the country ing on Monday afternoon with 25 place on New York avenue.1AKE .
tho offtcera'r.Inlng:; : camp _._ Phone
., - - - - - ---- ------------------------- ---- -------- 21 Kissimmee
and th\ Fla.
Cr ( applicant mast be nble to .
commissions for the period '
the given war/si\V"",Vl<,;"< h..., Sam I show othff'HHhout"los81 that{' ha cannot! < be' replaced by' on-j .AAf. ,att EERitT"Mr. R ; BARTON ; ,j' .) \ .!" '. " " '. ,

'The. President's Statement. ," ; ) or damage( to'tho
The statement follows: occupation? or'ru enterprise, :: in ?fie fieS'tate'Bank

I "The regulations which I am today which he is engaged. I ,

causing: to bo promulgated pursuant; to Later time, the designate president l certain may from industriesor time L. H. Roberts moved here from We are glad to notice that most of

e to the direction of the selective service -. classes of industries that are neces. Hopkins lastweek.. lie is located on our farmers have taken up the Ga
that the remaining steps of
t the plan cover for calling into the service of i sary and the district hoards will be So an 80-acre tract of land one mile east zette's slogan ""A thousrjid acres of S
sweet
the United States: qualified men from' board notified., however: will, to be ascertain the duty the of available each. of towne "purchased from:, Hopkins & A number potatoes.of refreshing rains have $

those who have registered; thoso sol- I II labor supply for industries Kempfer. insured a good crop of late corn for H

I ected as the result of this process to outsidj tho men called such\ for service Mr. Arthur E. Donegan and Pat those who followed Irish potatoes with < i
with the regular tho :
contribute
army;
ind to take the result Into considera Johnson of Kissimmea, were ,recent this commodity.Miss 4Ji
national guard and tho the fighting
navy tion in deciding much things. Molly Story is spending the I of Kissimmee, Jitf
forces of the nation all of which visitors to Deer Park.
This week in Orlando visiting relatives and
section f
forces are under the terms! of the law the regulation con. in V
eludes Mr. Geo. W;:; Hopkins stopped friends

S placed in a position of equal right terial )loss"The to any direct suclf substantial industrial, ma or Deer Park en route. to Kissimmee via A. .. Lane end family ''attended The of the
dignity and responsibility ,with tho '' world
'church in
Conway Sunday.
agricultural]
members of all other military forces. the value in enterprise must outweigh the Union Cypress Co. Railway and Visitors to our Sunday school 'are eyes '

"The regulations have been drawn military service of any the Kissimmee-Melboume\ highway. telling friends that we hr.ve one of

with' a view to the needs! of the ,circumstances such person is issued if a to certificate the of "discharge Hopkins ft Kempfer received' two the best organized schools in the

of the whole country and Certificates of applicant.will \ more Moline farm tractors last weeks state. Let us- strive to have them the whoSA.'VES
provide a system which it is expected exemption not are on man
continue to speak these good words of
will work with thel least inequality and' necessarily be permanent. They may One of the machines was sold to
be revoked with Rowe and Thomas us. ,
changing conditions Messrs. Haroil, ,
personal hardship of any system of E. H. Grrriss of /Miller
the Drew
aervice.voluntarJ' or may be granted only for prescribed who are developing a 480 acre tract of
for
selecting men military ,
Turpentnie Co.. spent the Sabbnth
periods. land several miles; east of town. Including
or involuntary, in its operation these two..latest machines with us, and gave us quite an'Inter.
yet necessarily selects some men
eating talk at our Sunday school haying
there four which
are now tractors
to- bear'burden of danger and sacrifice
., for the whole nation. The system SHINGLE CREEK have been sold by Hopkins & Kemp his name placed: in our books as
a member.We .
fer for developing farm land in this
herein all of ,
provided places men a vicinity. I notice Uncle Davo Allman has

mlitary age on an even plane and come out and taken a part in our Sunday .
T. Anders and wife are
f then by system of selection which Fodder seems to be the
pulling prevailing spending school. Come again Uncle Davo.
few friendsin
a days visiting
,, neither favors the one nor penalizes industry of the community at Jacksonville. Mrs. O. C. McClain is reported on'
the other calls out the requisite number . the present time: the sick list
'
On 4ththe residents
of Deer
July
for service. The Sunday school and church
services W. E. Smith of Kissimmee recently
Park combined the festivities of
The successful operation of this marked with attend.ante a J '
were a good gala day with the cultivation of a real spent a few-days-with1Js- T>AUSE for a moment
law and these provisions depend nec Sunday. An' We have heard it said that fresh young man
spirit. excursion from

wearily men of the the boards patriotism to whom and its justiceof ad- from Grandpa his tecent Tyner illness.is improving slowly. Hopkins the, conducted by Mr. H. T, of burnt potash muck'and ashes that contained they, used a per under cent and give a thought to self. The

ministration is committed and I ad. Dr. Witherspoon of Kissimmee Clark genial manager of the ,
certoin conditions noado
excellent
; monfoh every member of every local spent Monday and Tuesday at the W. Union operations Cypress added to Company's the occasion.logging An fertilize Will come .-m an who is fam problems that confront you now or1'
board and of every district board to L. Mosely home here. iliar, please ,
give particulars
throughthe
realize that their duty to their count Mrs. Ed. Ivcy received a box of fine appreciative audience listened to a Gazette will a few years hence.Look

try requires an impartial and ho est Elberta peaches from her son, Lester, well rendered program' consisting: of We notice that the cattle and hogs .

c. performance-the delicate and im who is engaged in peach packing at a patriotic celestiphone songs solo addresses and a tlag'1 recitations''drill by, that roam our woods around here, are about yon-die men of affairs In
portant duty assigned to them. They Byron, Ga. In ; country state, ..atiODJet -
p excellent look
should remember as to each individ Mr., and Mrs. E. Overstreet motored the children ably conducted by Mrs. though they had condition been They fed. as in the world, are the men who started to save early' in life. ,
II.
W. pen ;
Kempfer while Miss
Helmcr f
ual to them that they Hlwaasee i
easel presented to Sunday and spent the We understand that Shoriff Ingram i
Britt furnished
v are called upon to adjudicate the most day with Mr and Mrs Clint Bron- this the music. Following recently paid a visit to our fisher boys They have the respect and confidence of the community. *v
was a fitting outdoor exercise in
sacred rights of the individual and to ,son
whi hMr. W and as a result two indictments were
k .nation.preserve untarnished the honor of. our caller C. A. Garrett was a Kissimmee. ring:; address., H.Mrs.Kempfer A. R. Hemingwayread gave a stir lodged. The look on the other side-at' the fellows who spend all they', '
Monday.
the "Etiquette of the Flag." makethey may have'a 'good time for a while, but what does their \
"Our armies at the front will be Mr. an dMrs. Taylor of Orlando MRS. OLLER DEAD
strengthend and sustained if they -be spent Sunday at the C. '0. Newland Then during the singing'of" the "Star personality reflect? x
.r Spangled Baner the Stars and -
composed of men free from any sense home.R. .
of injustice In their mode of selection L. Overstreet of Campbell! Station Stripes were floated to the breeze. Information has been received by A dollar. 'or so deposited in this bank will be the

WInd they will be inspired to loftier efforts is here looking' after bis'cattle The program closed with the children friends in thecity that Mrs.. Nannie nucleus of an, honorable, independent
.
ti in behalf of country which the interests. encircling the flag pole and the sing Oiler wife of C. H. Oiler died at her career. .
citizens called a to perform high Miss Susie Tyson' is spending ing of the Red, White and Blue. Afterwards home in Whitney Mo., June IS, afteran Make your beginning now' -today. Your bank *
upon
some all .illness book will pave' the > '
S public functions perform them with time visiting relativse at Loughman. enjoyed a picnic dinner of several weeks. The de- way. ,
where mirth and sociability prevailed. ceased resided in Kissimmee for several
justieeWfearlcssness and imps rtiality. H. C. Bronson is recuperating slow
,. ,Will Notify Selects Within ThreeDays ly from his recent illness.T. Mrs. H. R. Hemingway and children years and moved to Micsouri a Capital stockResources -------------_____ ?___ ____ $100,000.00
.. ' left yesterday for'a visit with' her few months ago. She was prominent over _. _____ '
_
_
_
H. Tyner and Malcolm Overstreet ------- ,---- ____ 400,000 00 t
mother in'.Tallahassee.Whenever conected
ly -with-the Woodman Circle
the local boards traveled to Gotha ,.
in
c' ;'Upon: organizing:, Sunday the for
Lodge of
Kissimmee and was Guardian Officers and Directors "
.. mer's
tb
will take over from registration car. ,Yon Need Oeoeral Totrio of :
cards whichthey E. L..D. Overstreet left that organization year.. ,
boards all registration: Tuesday,to.. Take Drones
'The .
will number serially end list for spend a week'at Green Springs.\ The Old Standard\ Grove's Tasteless were funeral directed services by the over Woodman her remains C. A. CARSON. President M. KATZ, and .E. L. LESLEY,'V-P.'

r, posting to public view. 'Then, after Wilbur'Anderson' spent. Tuesday in chill Tonic .. equally. valuable as .a Circle of Whitney, ; ROMA THOMAS, Cashier
been advised of the method by Kissimnee.Mra. .+ _
bating- General Tonic because; it contains: the ,
i wMca the order of}liability or,seri .'Ed. Green of Gotha father wen known tonic properties of QUINI1iand To Car a Cold I.) 0.. Day N. C. DRY AN." IN.' B. CARSON; If.-KATZ. ''

'I -.ie..baD) ,be determined and of the some time visiting her IRON. It acts on the Liver,Drives YabILA XATIVB BKOMb 0..Ie. II Mop Ik* C. A. CARSON. H. FLEMING, Eo L. LESLEY':
:n qaata; to be drawn from'its territory Mack. Sloan ,of Kissimmee. paat oat Malaria. Enriches the Blood and -10 ... RMdach Md wk> .. tk. Cald. J. WADE T11 +for anHrtment* in tts Tuesday ben on business. 1ttdIda tile W.... Drsaa9.1. r* ... MMT U //U tall to n.. \ ,,
: -
a "...rii predia / tap ayetsm. JO ceata. .
.
_, L. W. awvlr'B, !(..*- .. ..., .... ass
co 1'/ t,
./ 11'.L / Uh. _
Jr' H :
11 h. ''r ( /T7
h' , 'II' lp ,4' '
'
,
%u .. ( ." A .a W



a
,

..

THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917 v MVHt "



Lupfr A prath.rll Ford oar. I Special Tax School District No. ... . .. ....... . . .. .. .. . .

1 Proceedings& of John Taylor/ .School......-No.... 401.10 I I were signed by I. W. Wetherta,
O. ; ,* lota.
is.,. ....... ................. 170.e''ta. clerk and J. G. Harvey W. A. Hug-hey
and F. B. Harvey Inspectors EXCURSION RATE : : v,

I CRRSOJFIIMIIER' the 'School BoardKissimmee .. D. N.. 1 F... I I There being no further business, the J. .
b.. W. Farris, Inspector of elec-
tlon .. _.___-__..__..___-.-_-. 1.00 Board adjourned, to meet July 21, ".
Lynn ugerytnsp. of election 1917: FROM KISSIMMEE
Fla.., July 2, 1917. __ ...-_J>'____. 1.00 W..C. IIASS,
Th* Board met in regular session J. K. nnnap------ of election
SELLS _._______________ 1.00 Attest ..Chairman.C. .
there being present' W. B. Bass, chairman 3. I. Cummings. clerk of election E. YOWELL.Superintendnet.,
; W. R. Lanier and John H. Baia- tlon and returning ballot box. 5.00 544,65 New York $42.65 Philadelphia

Fire. Life Accident and den also C. E. Yowell superintendent. H. B, Qessford. preparing booths 1.16 ,
E D. .Kats, Hat qualified voters 10.00
Minutes of the last meeting were. The Water and Light Collector's of-

Health, Plate Glass Lia read and approved. ..' .. n. in' .. a Fe.dValley Ice was the busiest place in town $50.40 Chicago .$40.15 ,.Cincinnati i
notice of election 7-60
State Bank of Kissimmee county J. O. Gaaette1 lnapector of election Monday and, Tuesdayand: now Supt.

; bility and Boiler Insurance. school depository, reported a$ follows, ,: .. __... ________..._?___ 1. 1.80. Joiner is having his inning. '
W. A. Hughey,. inspector of eleoFLB.nHarvey. $44,40 St Louis
To amount on hand a* per last ....____.____ _.UQ MMIIMMUMIiniiMIILegal i
)Legal Bonds Executed report .. -_.______-____....ttl.6t4.SS Inspector' of.elect
To amount .received from C 1. tlon ..-.__j_____ '..00T. I '
Bandy. Tax Collector...__.. 1.958.10 ."H. 'Wetherbee. clerk election 1.00 Tickets On Sale Daily With Final limit October 31st:
Sane Day Needed. To amount received from C. I. E. .I>, Kate,, Hat qualified voters 1O. .0 y .
Bandy, Tax Collector11,00
To. amount received from C. I. On motion of Mr'' Baisden. secondedby Advertisements I III THROUGH SLEEPERS DINING CARS I
Bandy, Tax: Collector111.46
Mr. Bass, the Board decided to purchase .
To amount received from C. L. 1111.1 "I I I ill I Illl II ..
OFFICE: Stall Bask Buildiig Bandy. Tax Collector4,00 a car for the canning? clugr agent.A VIA .

To amount received from C. K. warrant for $402.60 was authorizedto AN ORDINANCEAN

Yowell, Superintendent ._.. 10.00 be Issued to pay for same. Atlantic 'Coast Line!

h To amount received from C. I. A request from the trustees of Spe. ORDINANCE AANDNLIOHTS ,
Bandy Tax Collector198,11
THE USE OF WATER
To amount received from C. L. cial Tax School District No. 1 was IN ''THE CITY OF KISWIMMKH1. Standard of South
Bandy Tax Collector.14.00. presented 'to the Board asking" 'that FLORIDA, AND RBaULATINO.THK : Railroad the
M. TILLER To amount received from G.-JU $15 each be allowed for equipping? the PAYMKNTTHKRKKOK AND PRO'VIDINO .
Bandy. Tax: Collector1,999,89 THE MKTHOUS OF FURNISHING tickets and rraerratlona
For call on ,
To amount received from C. I. rural schools in that .district for Domestic SUCH WATER AND LIGHTS A. M SMITH r J. G. KIRKLAND.
Real Estate Agency. I Bandy. Tax Collector.----- 1.00 Science. The Board unanimously TO-THE CITIZENS AND FOR. THE ,
To amount received from Ern- agreed to allow' said amount to COLLECTION OF WATER AND T. A, Klaaimme D. P. A* Tampa,
eat Amos, Comptroller... 17.'. '
v a..apa..aaaaw.wa..wRealty LIGHT BILLS
be spent with the understanding- that .0.... . . . . . .. . . . ... .. .... .... ......... .. .. ...

bought and. *oU.Houte 10,967,1 the equipment be used for school pur 'Be It ordained by. the Council of the

rented. By/paid warrant as pAr Hit. poses only and that the work be-under That' Klsslmmeo' : and Includingthe
beginning
Taxes paid and ,Title verified By Balance _.......___.. $9.714.65 the supervision of the Home Dem- first day of Jury .A. 1>. 117, all
n onstration Agent and the teacher in water and lights, furnished to the cltl-
for non-retidentt. H. $. D. No I Fsmd charge.!!: tens. of Klsslmme, whether Individ
To amount on hand as per last ualsfirms or corporations shall be
Fire Life and Accident Insurance report .. .._________.'__._... 171.<<1' The following" : teachers' were, appointed paid for according to the amount used,
To amount received from.C. It. : such amounts to be ascertained by
Bandy, Tax Collector.888.81) School ,No.1. Kissimmee, Miss means of water and light mytera.. and
ff Indemnity Bond To amount received from C. L: at the following rates:
Bandy Tax Collector----_ 5.'t Agnes Bryan High School History; A flat rate of ten cents (JO.10) per
To amount received from C. I. Miss Emma Hotham.Latin And Span thousand (1000) 'gallons for all water Spray Pumps
. .. ..o..ooo.o..o.... Bandy. Tax Collector19.94 ish; Miss Elsie Skilton A Division of used Irrespective. of the amount used,

... <' "' ,..w.tt.b1M4I11.1111fUt.cmU, :uP.7idto-m ;.;. '}
r'iita"Wtt1ie'
ehlr ,, 'M191' jj
-aeoeoooaowi ........ ... . HandyrTax Collector.T.. _.;.. a..71 tr"l'\'lRl'' : (l.0)) per month. meters to be .read .Insecticides'Mist
To amount received from Ernest B Division of the 6th In'flde. monthly. : :

\ 'X r Amos, Comptroller.1.18. 'Miss. Ef fie.Bass, School No. 2, Alii-( A depositof. Two Dollars and a Half r l
: (11.60)) will be required of all uaers of '
i : w. l.nO.15 gator Lake. water before. same will be furnished spray means death to 'your
GRIFFIN By paid warrants a* per Hat__ n'.tlBy Miss Mattie Tyson, School No. 31, which deposit will be refunded to such '
enemies. We have fall
Deer Park. user the discontinuance, of the crop stock;
._ ._ _____ ___ less:. such amount be due
Balance ",UI.'O Miss Lillian Brack, School No. 35, water, as.may of the Right Material and the Best
tho: city for water All meters to be put
Staple and FancyGROCERIES: X. H. 1l. N. 1 F..d East Lake. In at the expense of the City and to b* Machines. Our experience dates from l
T. amount on hand as last owned by the City. .
per The Superintendent was instructedby '
report .. .__!.._*.___._._.. IA1.S6 A flat rate of eight, cents UO.08) per .the very first spraying In Florida. h
To amount'received from C. I. the Board to secure a principal forthe'St. K. W. for all electric current used for ...
j Bandy Tax Collector11.01 Cloud school at a salary not to lights or r'b :O ., with a minimum BEND FOB SPRAT CATALOGUE.
To amount received from 'C. I*. exceed $150 month. Dollar ($1.00) per +
Bandy, Tax Collector...__.. 1.B6 per month, meters to b* read monthly; '
To amount received from C. ,!* The Board havingreceived': returns Motors may be operated at the above ''Wilson ''& Toomcr'I'atilzcr' Co.
fy Free Delivery to all Part Bandy. Tax Collector...,__ 1.45To. ,from the elections.) held in Special Tax rate or at the rate of $1.18 per HorsePower
amount received from Ernest School Districts Nbs..1 and 6, 'proceed pet month at the option. of the 'Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers.
of the .
City Amos, Comptroller..04 user.A
ed to canvass same. The vote for .
deposit of Ten Dollars $10.00)) will .
SSH.4ZBy I Trustees for Special Tax School District b.i required of all users of electricity Jacksonville: f,:-

paid warrants aa per Hit.. 5.00 No. 1 was found as follows: before same will ba furnished which / Florid
deposit will be refunded to such user /
By Balance ..----?_/..-.,-.-__ 111.47 William Hall received 69 votes.J. upon the discontinuance of the electric
W. B. Crawford Leo JarreD) .- F. Farris received 48 votes.A. current, less such amount as may bedue //
a. A. n. N.. S ...... P. received 60 votes.P. . the All metersto
Kiplinger
CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW To :rl:3ra: C Ir.;
f' amount on hand aa per last b* n by the city,
report .. l.tll.tt Manes received 28 votes. or acoulfed by the city If already In
To amount received from C. It. Wm. Mann received 19 votesj; stalled.All ,
Bandy, Tax -Collector_ __ IOU both Water. and electric
bills for
L. Q. Bower received 12 votes.J. .
Offices 6. 6 and 7 CitizensBanL
: 4. :
To amount received from C. L* payable ' t If same
Building T.r.nTar Collector..-.-.. 2.0S L. Hargrave received 1 vote. tl.a.t paid In full rt.td: days e d1 -
glaglmme :: .. from C. L* R. Reynolds received 21 votes., after. the presentation of such bilL' or
FloridaT. Bandy Tax' Collector_..... 14.<0 A. Deifendorf received 1 vote. within ten days after such bill or bills
t To amount received from C, I. are mailed by the- and ,''Us/tit collector WATERS & CARSON GROCERY Local t 1 I
Bandy, Tax Collector.182.14 William Hall J. F. FarrU and A. the water and the electricity or CO. Agents
M. RIVERS. M. D.PHYICIAN
To amount received m.-Ern-: P. Kiplinger having:', 'received the the water or the electricity' as ,
eat Amos Comptroller.. 1.44 highest number of votes were declared nth case may be, may be cut oft at the '___ I
of the without further ] "
and SURGEON options city,
Office 2,141,94 elected trustees for the next two notice, 'and the amount of the unpaid ... .. . .. . ..... .. .... . . ......... .. . . .
over Oaceola Pharmacy By paid warrants as per. list.41.80: years. bill or bills deducted from the depositor
*.*..11. Re.ldeno.l3 The.vote cast for the amount ofmillare deposits, and the balance of the deposit .I;
t Office 14$. By Balance'' _,_',...____,,_,-._T 1.2I4.S4 be levied and collected If any, refunded to the user. Cold for Fresh Meats '
to annually In the event that either the wateror I Storage
;k S. s.< n. Mo. 4 ..... for the next two year in Special electricity la cut oft for non-pay- t tIi

C. F. THRASHER To amount on hajid aa per last Tax School District No. 1 were ment of the bill or bills, a charge of .
will be mad to cut In
1.U5.I4 $1.00 same
T:amoun------------------* found to be aa follows: again In addition to the payment ol Eggs Vegetables Etc. ,
SHEET METAL WORKER Bandy Tax Collector611.01 7 mills received 19 votes. all indebtedness to the City and ,
To amount received from C. I* the above mentioned deposit or deposits ,
Metal Reds Pal on *wfC Ba.d,.. Tax Coll<'''tor...__.. .,f 6 mills received 11 votes as the case may b*. '
+ .aranf..oT To amount received from C., I. 4 mills received 4 votes. All ordinance or part of ordinance STORAGE "a'
Bandy, Tax Collector.__..,' k .11 6 mills received votes.. In conflict herewith are hereby repealed. .
HONE& '4..* KISS/MMIX, FLA '
To amount received I .
from C.
Bandy, Tax.Coll.ctor511.78* -mills received 3 votes. Passed In open session this Sth day Storage on all Meats, 1-2 cent pound, Fifteen Days. '

To amount received from Ernest 6% mills received 1 vote. of Juno, A. D. 1(17 by unanimous vote.
.. DR W. W. CARSON Amos, Comptroller.80 2 mills received 1 vote., ,- t 1". H. L W80N. I
President of Council .Curing Pork ready for smoking,. 1' 12c. per pound, ,.

( DENTIST By1' Balance ..j_....*._...,... 4,991.10To The Board finding; that three mills Attest: and 2c
Curing Smoking pound.
i being the highest that could be levied J. R. GILBERT per ,

Office over Pilley Building S. II. n. N*. 5 K..4 .,, and collected in a Special Tax School Clerk[ I. ,
amount,on hand as per last ." (Seal) , .? .tv..,,v." .
Office Hour.: I-11.'.1 S ; District declared three mills to be the f
report ..r : 61.11 > Approved 5 this.I nth day of June;: A.:. '' .
.aaj i i. >
Residence _. It ;!
Office 'Phone lit 'Pb 'Bring tiur
Oaa Administered for Extraction el To amount received from C. E* maximum to be assessed and collectedfor D. 117.- t' ,JOHN ,a CADEL $ hpgs .the day they.are killed. ;. We will do I

t Teeth Bandy Tax Collector.19.$7. the next two( years... S6t. Mayor. the rest. ill,
To amount received from C. L. No. ,
In School District
Bandy Tax Collector-----_ ,15 Special Tax .
To amount received from C. I. 6, the vote for Trustee was found to be NOTICB' OP ELECTION a

O. F. KRIBEa! W. J. ::3TJII.rKRIBBS Bandy, Tax Collector_____ .41 as follows: -
To amount received from Ern In compliance with the Jaw In such KISSIMMEE( ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.
l & STEED eat Amoa Comptroller_ 1.18 G. B. Lawson received 6 votes. cases. mad and provided It la hereby I
ATTORNEYS AT LAW W. A. Hughey received 6lvotes,; announced and decliyed that an election
By Balance. _____ 101.40 I.:H. Wetherbee received 6 votes.F. will be held at Narcoon, Oseeola ----- ;
Legal business"-of all kinds gives ..1III. .county Florida. Special Tax School
B. Harvey received 1 vote.
n. n. N., a Fssd District No. I, on Thursday August2nd
prompt attention.! To amount on hand as per last The Board, finding that G. B. Law- A. D. 1(17, for the purpose of determining '
Wether- who. shall serve as trusteesof bond of thlrty (l0%) per' cant o( the taken) aa confessed by said defendant.
St.OS H.
report W. A. and I.
Offices 11 and 11 State Bank Bld sno, Hughey .
To amount received from C. I Bald district for two years next afterelection amount or his bid. work must commence It Is further ordered that this orderbe
Kissimmee. Florida.Pat Dandy Tax Collector6,43* bee had received the highest numberof and to fix the number of millsof I within 10 days after the lettingof ; published once a, week for four con.
To amount received from C. I. votes they were declared elected district school tax to be levied .and each contract. ecutlve weeks'In the Kissimmee'Val ;'
Bandy Tax oll."torun__ ,89 trustees' of Special Tax School Distrcit collected annually for the said two The Board reserves the right to r'.- ley Gazette, a newspaper published la. I
Johnston O. P. Garret years.' feet any and all bids bald county and atato.
To amount received from C. I. .
Dandy Tax ColI."torn: .09 No. 6 for the next two years. The following were appointed to act ::: and H eciiicatlona I can -be ob This 23rd day of June. IMT. w.
JOHNSTON & fcARRETTATTORNEYATLAW The vote for the amount of millageto at said elections: ta.r.t Alan 3t MacDonotigh, architect J. ti.' OVERSTREBT,; -. ,
3 C. W. Bruns, J. B. Tlndall and E. R. Klaalmmee Florida upon the Ct. Ct. Seal;' ) Clerk. Circuit Court
Sy1 Balance ________._______ ST.46 be annually levied arid collected in .
o Avant Inspectors; andV.. F. Hill deposit of certified check In the sum of Z. BASS, -
Special Tax School District for the for the _'.41
Warrants examined and Clerk. $10 Campbell and plansand Solicitor for Complainant {;
were
j Office. 10, 11 and 12 Citizens BaD In onen Keonlon a* follows: cancelled next two years was found as follows: Done by order of the Board of rub. $26 for the Krnannvllle plane, .

Building S. S. n. No. 1 Fun 177.45 2 mills received 4 votes. lie Instruction of Osceola County WALTER C. BASS NOTICE" nv ADMIWIATHATOR-FOR
D. Chairman Board
Florida, this Ird of June A. 1917 of Public Instruction.
i
D. J
R S. No. Fund. R.on.
mill received 2 votes. FINAL DISCHARGE!
FlaJ. 4 Oeceola
Klaalmmee 8. H. n. No. a Fund I42.RO.\ W. C. BASS, Chairman. County. Fla.
Two mills having received the ma. Attest; l Attest:
.
Bills were approved and warrants Issued it declared C. B. TOWELU vSuperintendent. C. K.: TOWKLL. Secretary. I3-8t I. Court .f C....,. Judge; State ofFI.rld.
A. TROVILLION. M.> D. as follow: jority of the votes cast, was -] S8ttSIIKItlKI" .. ..
Special Attention to "'. C. Baas. MRP,__ |400 that two mills would be assessed .
-
NOTICE Of EXECUTOR
'V. R. T..nl..r. MRr-T_ K 40
CANCER GOITRE TUMORS and. .T. H. Bnlsden, M'1"i 13 in and collected.for the next two years. I SALE] Isi, A. Estate-of'Prleelllsi Bass, Oseeola .,(
1 DISEASES OF THE SKIN. Valley. Qasette.. 1>111>. Attendance The returns from the election in I I. Comrt .( C...
Orlando Office-Boardman Building, law minute. and notice.__... 1.1i7KIII..lmm..e Special Tax: School District No. 1 Notice IS hereby given. that, under C....,., State ef Flerlda '/ (.-
Stolla.m. Telephone Co., phone- J. I. Cummings and by virtue of a warrant Issued by I Notice ,Is hereby given, to all whomIt
signed by -
office :: 1.00 were ef the of Florida
State
- the Comptroller that on the let day of
Winter Park Office-2 to 4 and 6 J. A. Ldtncnster, repairing. mower clerk; and L. .V. Farris Lynn Daugh- directed to me as Sheriff of Osceola la re Estate: .f J.k.V.. Tkem.... Auiruit.may concern A. D. 1111.1 I shall apply to the

to 8 p.,m. eepl 6mo, pd. School No. 1 ''______.________._ 1.75 erty and J, K. Con, inspectors.The County, Florida commanding me to --.... Honorable T.'M. Murphy Judge of said
I). B. Woodall taking census "' from the election in collect by levy and sale from the South Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt court as Judge of Probate for my final
.. Dlst. No. 1 60.00 returns Florida and Gulf Railway Company, that the ISth day ..tr.CjToba
.. ----------- may concern on discharge as Administrator of the estate
the sum of Two Thousand. Two Hun. : ie1> 1(17, I shall to of Prlscllla Bass, deceased; and
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYAT'LAW dred. and Twenty. Dollars and Seventy- T. M. Murphy Judge. of that at the same time I will present to 1
live Cents IJ.1Z0.76) that being. the aid Court aa Judge of Probate, for my said court my final accounts as Administrator .
amount of State. County and Special Anal discharge aa Executor of the estate of said estate, and ask for ,
Taxes levied and aasessed for the yearA. of 'John W. Thompson, .deceased. ; their approval .
D. 11111. under Section 4e of Chapter and that-st-the-same-timrl will-pre. Dated January-list. A. P1517OSCAR
Waring Building. COC' OTONE 6<.. of the Law of Florida against the sent my final accounts as Executor of BASS
said South Florida and Gulf Railway said ..estate and a.k for their approval..Dated . 1-1 t em' Administrator.NOTIOE .
Company. I have levied upon the following June llto1i.Bi Itl7. I
.
described property D. MCKJAN. or ADMINISTRATOR
SKIN WHITEN'ER', SI miles of track' S6-6mos Executor. (Fep. FII DYe"rgo)
RENT S locomotives, t
FOR 1 Combination. Car..1' NOTICE OK BX ('VTOR I. ...rt .r County. ".....

.Rooms unfurnished and furnished ., S 1 Motor Car. (fr Visa. -Dlaeharge) Sta'. .r ...rI..

Houses: unfurnished and furnished. 25c BOX FREEA IPrI. and Four Camp Cars Is) Care of J lOsawty- Jadstey OsesslaVummtT I. ... Ee..t-r.mp'II...* I
citrus All belonging to and owned by the e ... 4si
Also city properties farms, South Florida and Gulf Railway. Com State of,. .rI... Cosiaty .
''
trucking and grazing lands fee.sale.. In the County of Osceola and 8r B., B* sjt* of Jehsi McL.uskll.. all"whom '
Skin Bleach or Whitener for dark or.brown skin removing Mate Notice Is hereby Ivan, to
of Florida and I will, on the 11th Tth day of .e
It that the
day of August. A. D. 117 the same being Notice la hereby given to all whom may concern b. on
ItlT I shall to
THE ELITE REALTY PARLOR the first Monday and the Rule Day It may concern that on the list day ot September A. apply
all blemishes and clearing swarthy or sallow complexions October, A. D .1 shall to the Honorable T. M: Murphy. Judge of
of the said month, offer for sale at public the Honorable'';"U: Murphy. Judge: of said Court, as Judge' of Probate, formy
outcry between the legal hours of
y MRS. SUMMERS Manager. and the skin Grow Whiter. Don't a sale, at the Depot, owned by the South said Court a. Judge of-Probate, for my final discharge aa Administrator deceased oC;
causing to envy final discharge; aa Executor of the e.- the estate of Philip Mobr
207 Baas St.. cor. Brack N. Kissimmee Florida and Gulf Railway Company, at tate of John McLaughlin deceased: and that at the same time Z will present -
Two blocks: north of Christian church. Prairie I Ridge Osceola County, Florida' and that at the same time twill present to said Court my final account as
clear complexion, use Cocotone Skin Whitener and have one. the aforesaid mentioned property, and -my final accounts aa Executor of Administrator of said state, and ask
sell the same to the highest and best '
said estate and ask for their approvalDated for their approval.- .
J bidder for cash to.colle"t above taxes
A. D. III T.
April( SIrd. Dated March Itb,
WHAT USERS THINK OF COCOTONB and the coats and expenses of this sal. R. B. c .MlliLIN.. A. DROUaKT.. '
U. H. INORAM.Aa Kxecutor. IS-ls-m Administrator:
Aprll-'mo.
J. W.THOMPSONFuneral Macon da Montgomery, Ala. Sherlff-of Osceola .County Florida t
Cocotone Co. Cocotone Co. tt-t IN CIRCUIT COURT ADMINISTRATOR ;
Dear Sirs' : Bend m* by return mall Dears Sirs: t''find that': Cocotons NOTICE Of
Director two boxes of Cocoton. 8kln Whtte- Skin' Whitener Is the best prepara-' NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR STATE Or FLORiISA '
ner.and three cake of Cocoton tlon X have ever*used to clear the l. C. _rt .< .C... r JdgwJ.dgw. Stab o<*(
? Akin Soap. They are fine and I do akin, and wish you would mall m* Th. Boar4 of Public Instruction of Katie .... Wladler, Coaplal.tl Ta.frmmtt rIorUe.
J not ear to' b. without them. Enclosed I two boxes at one. Oscsola count Florida, will receive T. Mladler.> Defendant. -
ANDLICENSED la money ord.r for tl.it. (SIgned) MRS. G. P. JOHNSON.D proposals for furnishing material and I. sa IDeo"" .f Dl* ai OralCoutr. ._ o-oa.
Tours truly, -.t .. .Utm*.* or lsalsCPT >. abor necessary for the constructionand ....... ...... .. Clmtt.ty .'0-1& C...- .
CLARA. M. JACKSON.Waycross S t4._ erection of school buildings at the __-IM CHA.NCKRT
EMBALMEReta. : Oa. << THIS OPT following point: Kenansvllle. Campbell ,: Notice. I* hereby ghee to alt whem '
',Cocoton* Co. TUB COCOTOPJB CO. I Dear Friend: Tour Cocotone. Skin ..' Ada.4a. 0. July 50th"U1T. for the Campbell and the bill filed above In the above-stated r>. . .A. X>.HIT. I shall apply to
Whitener la the Oncst thing J rr .- I have Giver used Cocetee Skin Ix>koee* buildings and until 1* a. m. cause that Frank T.' Mlndler. the d.fendaat .. Courrtt.6laasTJudge: :. bPrr'obatA
and ChapV SUwart AT*. saw.My- akin was very dark and Whitener: but It will send m* a August 'th for the KenansvllU building therein named Is a no..resldene sad *f .,
; th* first box'baa mad It many'shades Mo box free, will rob epleased to tryIt. at the omo..1 the Superintendedof or the 8tat. cf !deride. and I. a my anal discharge aa AdmlBlstratrtxDl If,
:f* KlMtmm.*. Fla, .JI bt.r. and my friend all I I .nalo**: six So stamp to coveroat !Public Instruction, la the City of r..loI.Dt .r xogal.s. Ana, ever, tb. f the estate of _a Orabaaa, deep.-
t i ask m* what I "". been .oID Enclosed of malting, packlnar., eta Klsslmm. Florida .- ac..C twtJ"-OB. ,._nllt ,. thereforeordd 04: and that at the same Urn* C will
..... .
you will find Pleas beae.eompant.d io said Court flaal _.B.tas .
:, .,., .. ....... Vsh IBM aft OIIS ..t 1111111 ti9MN ., sand m.*!*'bf,.BO* of VktnrWblMaer' 1 Nam* -.-...-..?,..-.-... .....;:-.i-.iA44rs Bid for by each.a' building ortiadchock: must In,the be and that..e said la hereby ron-reeld.nt required.defendant present AdmlnlstratHx of my paid estate,aad,

,/ ? W M* ts*<*'.... lMtOMO ..Mel.L" and two cake ofooap i iTo sum of ......1ft... payable to Walter C. pear 'to' the bill of'_mplala' alein ask for their approval. I
..1/1', QUIIfUl .,. . r* truly- '1 '.' jji-i :4I' --__1 1_____ ... Baa*.: ehalrmao of the Board 'of Pub. .. on or before Monday the Dated "_0 It! A. Do tilT J
_f'. "J ... ._.. < j -- 'AJCMA ",:WfnTE.: AGJII."Tlit WAWTKO ,) lie Instruction de a guarantee that the e..i.u.f Anvut.A. D. 'lIIT, other- I' 3AC & ANN oRAstilt '
: ;JA; 4..Is-- successful bidder. will ,*ntr late aurtr. ,..| allevattODS.of paid bill will be I ll..";' .. .. Adm/aiatratrly'

: f''tt"t.!;,!" .

'" .'-' ;' .. ,,,. >Lr ... f .,
\ <. 's .. 'n ".. :- ::.. 'e' '. . ,t,
"
'. ',. ' ,',' ... .' J,:'.' .



'c IT1**
r
y r Ir
..

t .


HCIIT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY; JULY 13. 1917

7 _. w
'. . II 10 10 I I 0 II II .I''II 10 It . '.It II+*. II 1011 0''," II .O. . ..o.OOO..OOO.O.....REV. O. B. FALLS AND THE CHARTER MEMBERS Watson, Mrs. B. W. C.nnon..J. J. Grif.

4 FAREWELL PARTY FOR MISS **| PARTY MEET WITH ACCIDENT LOCAL RED CROSS CHAPTER fin, Joe Johnson; Rev. NotesMrs. TURVILLE ner, Mr. N. ,C. Bryan Reese, M. M.
..$ Society *a |. Rev. O. B; ,Falls and family with ; (Continued from Page One) Miller MM. J. W. Oliver Mrs. F. G.

O'OO'.O.oOO"O'O'O' '..'O Miss Myrtle Collier experienced a ion, F. H. Lawson.: Mrs. J. Z. Rober- Thomason J. W. Oliver Miss Maud __
narrow escape Thursday .when their son. Miss Ethel Roberson Miss Frances Thomason, Miss Louise Thomason, pr
,, ( E. E.. Wells, Editor.) A farewell party was given at the I car turned turtle over a six-foot bank, Bay; Mrs. H.: W Boice, S. S. Phillips -- Miss Sadie Beilman: Mrs. J. D. Wood- .
Gray stone Hotel Tuesday night for about six miles south of Hastings or A.'M. Story, J. H. Redditt, B. F. beck Mrs. H. W. Pfann J. C. Davis '
Marie Hud-
Request b mad to aD patron of ike Valley ,Guette. ,to tend item Miss Mildred Turville, who leaves for the east coast. The party were returning Lester, M. 'Tiller. G. F., Kri b.. .M.... G. M. Shearousef, Miss Miss 'Hattie
Mrs. H. M. Porter -
; New York City Wednesday Mrs. II. from Lake City whero they G. F. Kribhs. Miss Mattie Bandy W dleston.
*f SKielf Events tko' Editor for publication U these, colum Witchtendahl and Mrs Nellie Rogero were attending the State Baptist., Assembly S. Pyre. Bassenger; H. C. Piano J. Morrison, Mr Smith, Miss Mrs.May
J, were hostesses for this pleasant: occasion when the accident happened. R. Gilbert, Mrs. E. G. Vans Agnew, .H, Firman. Lluet Cal. McCaujrhan .
f..o. ., .1..o..T and entertained with Five Hun Rev. )Falls saw a hog in the road about J. Barnes John ,E. : Hartley Gary G. H. Newhouse Mfs. J. B. Lupfer.
dred. Six tables of players enjoyed I twenty feet; ahead and attempted to' Brown. J. Fair Harry A. Hunter, Gay Mrs C. E. Hilton Mrs. T. M. Rivers
,
.00..00..0..0.000..0.. tOOOO"O'OCIO.tOO'OOOOOOOO' this popular game the high score for use the clutch. This had just been repaired C. Livingston Mrs. Gay C. Living- Virgin W. Edwards Miss Miss Lucy
0 4 O O !ladies being made by Mrs. J. S.'Cadel at a garage and was too tight. ton- Gay C.' Livingston Jr., L. N. Burkles.. Miss Helen Sawyer, La-
1 4 MRS. MILLS HONORED TALENT TEA 4O who received a handsome hand-paint. The clutch refused to work 'and the Whidden Emery Lee Marton Hudson vinia Winner, .
4 O ed plate. L. Thompson made high car struck the hog then skidded from Base Graham Young, Otis Stevens A. Will anyone ,whose names has been
40040Opp404 o..oo.o.1 'O""OOOt..o.oo. . score for 'gentlemen and received a the road over the bank and threw theoccupants W. Gustus, Frank T. Blackburn Capt unintentionally omitted from this list
deck of cards. The consolation was into the sand and water in J.. A. Simpson, Earl Cowger John kindly notify Mri. William .L. Dunne

Mr*. Lyles Story was a charming A social .vent which afforded unusual ,awarded to Gay Livingston. the bottom of the'ditch. It seemed a Pugh, Paul K. Weaver Mr. Paul K. secretary",'telephone 27. ).
hostess Saturday afternon. entertaining pleasure to those attending was Huge pond lih.s! made tin. artistic miracle that no one was seriously in. !Weaver Robert Pare. A. E. Thomas:i
her friend in'honor of her mother the talent tea, for the missionary society decoration for the spacious living jured, though the party were badly C. A. Carson, Jr., Mr. C. A. Carsno, I JX J
:, Mrs. J. B. Mills who arrived from of the Methodist Church given at room, where the guests were entertained bruised and cut, except: the two young. Jr., W. G. Hanklns. Mrs. W.: B. Makin-
Kansas last week. the beautiful country home of Mrs... and refreshing prach was est children: who were unhurt. Rev. son. Mrs., Claude Harper Miss Amy WantedCar ;
After the guests assembled, Mr*. ,. J. Wade Tucker Friday afternoon served, throughout the evening Falls suffered a bad cut on the left Maklnson John H. Cobb. Sam Har ,
rf 'Story stated that Mrs. Mills had been from four until six o'clock. Those Attending ,were: Mrs. C. B. knee from a piece of the windshield: well J. M. Willson. Jr., Mrs. J. M. 1 ,
'absent from Kisclmmee one year and Mrs Tucker Mrs J. L. Overstreet Elam and daughter Mrs. Harry Hudson His song Harold was burned by the Willson Jr.. A. S. Gilbert, W. B. Harris .
she requested Miss Emma Yowell to and Mrs. L, H. Ingram were hostesses Mr and...Mrs. A. ',R. Smith Mr. water from the engine. Mrs. Falls J. D. Clark, Mrs. J. D. Clark Jim of Old, Irons
iP review the improvements which'' had and arranged a very pleasing program and Mrs. J. ). Cadel, Mr. and Mrs. was-bruised and Miss 'Collier was cut Goodman. Miss Claire Hathaway, Miss ,
been made in the city during that\ of musical numbers and readings as Gay Livingston, Mr. and Mrs. Claude about the mouth.. The car was almost Frances Tress Mrs. Anna Tress, L. H. .. ..
time. i< follows: Harper. Mr. and Mrs. H. Wichtendahl tntillv wrecked, and the party return. Tress Mrs Clay Johnson."' Dan O'Ber- 'I
Miss Yowell responded by saying Song."That'o the American Plan," Mrs. John D. Woodbock, Mrs.. Kato ed home on the train. -ry., Mrs. W. I. Barhor. J. W_ Thnrnn.on. Will, buy all kinds, of
'that as she was so intimately connected Mills Eleanor and Lois Overstrcct. Aultman Miss Mildred Turville Mrs I "' ., Mrs. E. C.," ,Barrett, Miss\ Lena
with the schools, the review would Piano Solo, "Impromptu" (Schubert Nellie Rogcro Misses Lucy Lupfer I PYTHIAN SISTERS JioiD Lord, Mrs. Minnie. Firman. Mrs. T. M. Old Iron and Steel, de
be largely along educational lines., ), Miss Helen Bess. Cecil Rice Mrs. E. L. Lesley, J. W. SOCIAL MEETING Moselv Mrs. D. E. Lowell, Mrs. C; E.
Sho spoke of the domestic science Reading, "Extracts from Helen's Ward Dr. Simpson and Leon Thomp- Thrasher, C. F. Thresher Mrs. Bells livered at our store.
and onomic department which Babies" (J. Habberson), Miss Muriel son. About twenty members of the Pyth- Modi. Mrs. Wimp!, Mrs. Frond Soud-:
had been Installed, in the public Prentis. Jan Sisters attended the regular meet ers, James Thomas Combs. Miss Mary will
Or for lots
schools; of the ext. nsion' the can Vocal ,Solo, "A Rose Dream;" Miss .OO OO.O OO OOO ) ing their lodge held at their hall in the Ruth Clark, Miss Jessie Morrev.. Emory ton we
ning: club work 'under the'direction of Ella Mae Gilbert. Fraternity building, Thursday night. Brown. G.' B. Skipper' Rosalie, '
the county agent, Miss Albina Smith; Reading "Pcrdita," Gertrude. Mc MRS.. PRATHER HONORED 0O Mrs. Hattie E. Bethel, grand chief Fla.: Miss Norma Griffin, Miss Mary buy and haul >same
of County Agent B. E. Evrns work Kay. 4 of the Pytha'! SigtsLArJIltteaiQ( : Tiller, M iSlt..Mr.1 fAJSiJAaxtJia..Loe.; "'I/oo',1/ 1 tiiiiri.iv.rLiViMiiW.B.MAKINSONCO.: iiiliooii': ';"" '
.. with the boys of the count in orgrantflubs. : 1 .A,8tt./ } ? 'IltutgAllaa.Mar, .dM..1Wi;,( 4 IO..eoo."t..t 9 'ti'f'I'1fr''J'"a! ; lisonvIHA_ WAIl va4inn! y811niidh"' li l 8j-Ada Loile Simpson'. "
ztnre l'tf'.Mi '"" 'i'1.f e'' 'hqA tl ) Misses Helen Bass and Lil- friends at Orlando,n and 'vms 'especial Pat Johnson Miss Ruth Thomas. A.'
.She of the efforts of theMothersTeachers tan Prentis.A The Rosen. Miss :
spoke attractive new home of Mrs. ly invited t.o.be present. Grace. Nelson, S. B. Ault ,
,1 Club, which: had patriotic guessing gar. e amused Joe Beaudrot, was the scene of a During the social hour at the closeof m.n. Mrs.S. B. Aultman. Mrs C. W. Jr
.instrumental in bringing; about the guests for the remainder of the pleasant gathering of friends yesterday the business routine, the numbers Dann. Miss Elizabeth Aultman, Mis.1
compulsory education in this school afternoon which was district and told too of t! u beautiful with the decorations of flags entertained for her sister Mrs. delicious ice course was served from man, Miss Ruth But-r.: Kenneth '
t flag; the club had presented to the and of national colors. Holmes Prather of Kissimmee. Fla. tables decorated in national colors. Butler Mrs. Kenneth Jh't.I. .* ARTISTIC ,;
school. She referred to the first county Block ice cream served with delicious The guests found their places .by, Each ice was gayly decorated with .a I lee. MM.,\ ,'. H-f-bort WicMcn. WALLSAND
fair held last February and of the home-made cakec in red and dainty score cards and Rook furnished i tiny flag. Mrs. :Julius Smith Mrs. rfahl. J. Y. Gould-Fred M. Bass, Mr. I'
fine exhibits shown there which were white, were served by dainty littlo the entertainment for the after Harry Dale and Mrs. Sam Gardner *. M. Story. Mrs. Annie E. Burrows !
highly complimented by visitors. She Red.Cross nurses. These were Misses i noon. After the games delicious were hostess for the evening:, Rull Bass G. W. Persons O. White, '' CEILINGSThe \
told of the good roads movement, Norma Griffin Muriel Prentis Cor. white cake and pink and white,cream G. H. ;Prather. G. M. Tavlor, Miss "
r which resulted in the bond election to rie Cannen and Maggie McCrannie. and mints were served by the hostess. FARMERS WILL PLANT Lillian Hale, Mrs. W. H. Jones, Mrs. ,
I 'pave, the, missing: ling: in the Dixie Among those attending were Mrs. D. --The Greenwood (S. C.) Daily Jour W. H. Wilson. M. H. Porter. J. T. trend of Interior decorations Wl r"'
y''+, ..... Highway: The new Baptist Church G. MCKA her guest Mrs. B. L. Crin. nal. MORE POTATOES Burkhalter. Clyde Taylor. Mrs. M. I. modern homes Is simplicity and bare :
} -was mentioned and comment was cr of Cairo Ga.' Mrs. H. ;N. Bratton Babcock. Mrs James Caldwell. Miss mony of color effects restful and artistic
a 1 made on the fact that'Rev. S. W. Law- Mrs. Soudern, Mrs. Robert Glover LADIES OF BAPTIST CHURCH T. J. Burkhalter who is in the fer- Jean Caldwell. Miss Marlon Sarjrent, combinations to blend perfectly; .
ler. Dr. A. J. Holt and Rev. A. M. Mrs. E. L. Westfall, Mrs. J. M. Lee. tilizer business as salesman and is in J. W. Wilder Mrs. J. W. Wilder Miss with the entire furnishings of a room. J
Chisholm pastors, who had been beloved 'Mrs. D. W.'' Aldcnnar, Mrs. Lewis PROVE ABLE FINANCIERS: close ,touch with the farmers in this Ethel 1 Wilder John Wilder. Mrs Ross Gaudy wall-papering- other ma 'q
of their congregations for years O'Bryan Mrs. C. H. Summers, Mrs. vicinity predicts th.t.i.n unusually Graves, Miss Almena Leitner Miss: terlals Oil Paints have such been al superseded Pee-Oee Flatkoatt.by Flat, 'I
bad taken other pastorates. She was'heartily ,Milton Pledger, Mrs. J. W. Prentis 1 lame acreaire of IriiH nntatnM will Eleanor Moseley Miss Csleste Mose- This used in the;
Should the ablest Is now extensively
>
fie applauded when she remarked Mrs. J._ R. Gilbert, M.... George_ Per city be asked flnanci nn of the I be planted this' coming season. He! ley Mrs., G M.. Shearouse., Mrs. finest residences public and private In* ,oj
,that__the_Moose_ Club had gone "bone sons Mrs. A. Cotteruuin ,Airs. ll. duce to invest $8.25to pro- states that he has'contracted for 947 W. H. Arnold J. W, Brown. Miss Sue tltutlons and fill. the ever Increasing
$110 in four ,
''i dry" and hoped that it would remain Wichtendahl, Mrs. F.J. V ,n Duzcr months they would Ions of fertilizer to be delivered between demand far .. rinrahla. nanltary.-, artlatla- 1.\\\\
tat 10. Then closed her talk with a touch Mrs. W. L. Paulk.'Mrs. J. Z. Roberson maintain it was a difficult operation the dates of August first and finish for walla and ceilings. "!.
ing reference to the friends who had Mrs. E. E. Wells Misses Beul.th and that r.n investment calling for two December first which will be used. in With PEE-OEE FLATKOATT, yool 1
hundred
, gone hence. Zant Helen Besc Lillian+ Prentis, Bes. percenLgroflt was not prac growing this crop. can carry out most any color scheme
When this laughing'' comment tical, but the feat was performed by Potato use ton of fertil- you bear In mind. It Is made In ti j
: on ale ,McGuire, Ella Mne Gilbert Dor.othy'Wells. growers a
this review subeided the hostess called Gertrude McKr.y. Mrs. the ladies aid of the Baptist church in izer' or less to the acre which indicates .deep rich velvety permanent colors.Another .
,L 'on Mrs. F. VanDuzer. to predict Cannon. Misses Normal Griffin, Mar- a recent fund oimpai ,-n to \W.! ta th f build that fully 1,000 acres off this I FLATKOATT advantage U that of it PEE-OEB Is .. If.I
ing .b.at2.
what would transpire in Kissimmee in lei Prentis, Corrie Cannen, Maggie that pledged by the buf(ding circleof valuable crop'will be planted In the lutely sanitary. It becomes : ,
the next twelve months. No mere de- ,May McCrannie Lois and:>> Eleanor organization.' In March; $8.25 neighborhood of Kissimmee. The of the wall and can be easily 1
',. jscription could do credit to the humor Overstreet. was taken from the treasury'and divided mlendid yield of last spring's crop and cleaned with water and soap. .
'
of her response as she told of her sup. A silver offering of $10 was given into sums of twCr.ty.ftve.cents; the high price received for it, will encourage For this reason It Is extremely ,.
y, arrival In the after twleve each. These were given to the mem of economical because It does away with
posed farmers
city a which will be placed in the treasuryof many our to increase '
the of
tree
bers with Inconvenience and M
the
4 r instructions that each expense }-"
months absenso. The beautiful! ,city the society.. the planting and could accurate quent redecorating.: '.e
, parks with fountains and landscape person invest the quarter to produce data be obtained from all who intend l'.:
as groat a profit as sblo.: Write for beautiful 48-page book ..
po Reports
gardening; of a splendid Christian have raising "spuds" this fall and "The Modern Method. of Decorating
been
university of Florida, which occupied .0000.0..000..0..0..0 received from time to time spring there is no doubt their' total Walla. Peaalee-Oaulbert Co. ..-Incor.. 'i
i. the site of where the Christian Church 0 PATRIOTIC' TEA FOR RED O total from thcce lady:( ; financiers and: the would be surprising., pol'ate d), Loulavlllo. Ky.. Established $
now stands. Her flight of fancy even a CROSS FUND' 4 receipts were announced, 'at a Mr. Burkhalter is a strong believer 1S<7. Forcolor curd estimates and 1,
i-f! meeting of the society held the full .Information .
oared to flying machines to carry 4 at' in diversified farming and urges that call on ,
mails and her personal allusions wore OtOOOO" home of Mrs.' N. C. Brynn Monday aft many a Florida gold mine would be BEAUTY'S
a with OO""OOOOOO'. '. ernoon. unearthed OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY
greeted hearty laughter by the ' I by the potato, _corn, velvet
delighted hearers. -- ; I The ladies brought their fancy work bean and hog route.
Completing this clever program A very pretty social event and one and chatted between the numbers of a I AIDS KiMunnee, Fla. !

"{' 'Mrs. E. E. Wells reviewed the part ,which brought a goodly:' sum''':,.into the '' delightful Weaver program, when Mrs. P.. K. LOCAL MASONS HAVE HOOD .

Kissimmee and the had Red taken Cross in movement patriotic service here. 'Red Cross'' fund', was the ,,t cycle: ;;tea 'I' piano selections entertained, alternating with vocal,with and ,, TIME AT MOUNT DORA. All J the little things ,so necessary .

A delicious fruit salad course concluded given by ofra. 'H: Sanford'May' at readings by--Mrs. D. C. Wheeler.:, and' comforting to woman may be UALSIV'AD
this delightful afternoon. her home on Emmett street Thurs I When contributions were taken Three cars of K>ftsmmeA Masons selected with greater range Hof

al. Mrs. Story's guests were: Mrs. J. day'afternoon.All II it amounted to $ad, which brought the with: their ladies left here Thursday choice from our large alllortme'.hof ; 1'i
;
afternon of last
woeV. for
V B. Mills, Mrs. Julius M. Smith Mrs. sum received from these Quarters un Mount imported and American toilette 1<
the appointments of the after- -- ....
Dora where were tHtttl;
T. M.,Rivers. Mrs. L. R. Farmer Miss to the grand total of $110.: This they to ;
R k Elsio McCoskeV, Mrs. A. M. Story; noon were patriotic. The hostess ap money was made in numbers of ways guests of the Mount Dora Masons and goods. Quality is our guiding
J Mrs. George Newhouoe, Mrs. J' W. : pea.ed.as; a Red Cross nurse. Little known to the. ingenuity .>f the fair participate in administering the Mas.ter's thought in buying. Together .with! 4'
t Wilder Miss Ethel Wilder Mrs. H. R. Jane and "Buster" May,who received sex most of it by -needlecraft andcooicery Degree to a class of two mem fair prices, it insures you satisfaction

", Dale Mrs. 'A. W., Winn Mrs. A. Cot. the guests at the door costumedin ; and many clever methods bers. when purchasing: KRIIO\1': CHLMR: Oil. y
termen Mrs. F. .VanDuzer Miss were 'were used. Tho ladies certainly de- Several of the oartjt spread out a F.\C.INK -Hun on oil of any kind. \
Emma Yowell, Mrs.,Sarah McCoakey, the 'national colors. Flags decor- servo great credit for their: work picnic supper while en route and others I No 4 h,batteries p. engine, magneto will run or n Igniter full load A
Mrs. M. I. Babcock\Mrs. E. E. Wells ated the rooms a l large handsome one which proves! their ability as finan motored to Eustifl for supper.At for 10 bourn at COlt of tlo a clay.nice. 1
Misses Graco and Gussic. Winn. was draped over the double doors.In ciers. Mount Dora they were treated Palace Drug Store 2. 4, H, te. 30 75 h. p. Bend
the dining room a pink and white At the closo of the) afternoon Mrs oynlly. Fellow members from Oakland for prices, Holler. Pumps. Saw, Mill Supplies, Entrlnen i
y "S O'OOOOO'OOO'.OtO.OOO'OO decoration prevailed carried out in P. K Weaver and little Wilhelmina Apopka, and Eustis: swelled the! Mills and Wood
: -. 0 cut flowers. Her a salad course and Carson assisted the hostess in serving fraternal crowd and fully eventv-flve Otis Steven, Mrr. MALSBY MACHINERY; CO.

, ...' LEAGUE punch were served. Iced tea, cakes and marguerites. The guests assembled at the opera house 40H.10 K.'liar St.. .........9111... Vim. J
-+ SOCIAL 4 Attending this pleasant afternoon ladies present at this meeting were: after the. session and partook of the ,
\ event were: Mrs. E. G. Vans Agnew, Mrs. N. C. Bryan Mrs. P. K. Weaver banquet prepared for them. One of the ;;; -- --. -- -
.0000.000.0.0.00..00000000 Mrs. W. E. Sanderson.. Mrs. W. J. Mrs. D. C. Wheeler: Mrs. Wallace visitors in referring toe it remarked ;;, ., i i:1
Fripp Mrs. H. Katz Mrs. S. B. Ault- Bell, Mrs. James Johnston, Mrs J. C. that; "it was sure somo spread:" The .l
\, The Girls of Epworth enjoyed,a social man, Mrs. C. Bearden Mrs. W. Jj Griffin, Mrs. G. B. Woodall,Mrs. L. R. Kissimmee crowd say they reached .
) t" evening Tuesday evening at'the Evans, Mrs. G. Babcock Mrs. H. M. farmer Mrs. C.; Buckles Mrs. J. W. home about 2 o'clock. '
Bungalow, The evening was very Pfann, Mrs G M. Shearouse Jr., Mrs. Wilder Mrs. W. H. Jones Mrs J. R. In the ,party were: Mr. and Mrs. ,
r pleasantly spent playing indopr games John McPhatter Mrs. W. L. Winn Ranson Mrs. J. B. Recce, Mrs. H. R. M. Katz, Captain Howard Katz Dr. 4r:8'1.e J..11..1 e""
and at a late hour delicious punch and Mrs. G. F. Thomason, Mrs. K. Johnson May, Mrs. Romr. Thomas, Mrs. M. E. J.. W Simpson. S. L. Lupfer Buck ,
3 cakes were enjoyed. The hostesses Mrs. W. B. Crawford Mrs. J, J. Waring. Misses Ethel Wilder, Katie Payne T.: J. Woodall, Mr. and Mrs. 'Dollar Bill" -,
, c a were Misses Lois Overstreet, Johnny May Mrs. T. M. Murphy Mrs. Milton and Lizzie Thompson! Ruby Whidden H. W. Boice. Miss Frances Bay, Mr. says:
.Branson and Norma Reeves. Pledger.. Mrs. R. Dodd Mrs. F., Black- and Lucy Buckles. and Mrs. M.. D. Alexander\ Roma i
man. Mrs. Fred Gilbert, Misses Anne Thomas, Lieut. Lee Jarrell. .
S. R. Fields of Loughman wastransacting and, Inez Carson and Sue Watson. The members of the law firm of "If your feeling "blue"you'll' ._
business in Kissimmee $5.65 contributed LEE AND ELAM PURCHASE
was toward the Johnston &: Garrett made a business
s Y yesterday.. fund. trip to DeLand Thursday. FLEUR DE,LIS ,STOCK CATTLE find many good ones in our


= - --- - ---- -- - -Jno.-> M- Lee-and.C.-- ,- Elam! have new line of woolens": ---
---- --- -
-
-T'---: purchased the two-thirds interest of
-, \ O. B. Howse in the famous S. Fleur deLIs ..
stock of cattle, the remainingthird
,
IS ,, I interest! belonging to the Carson Also All The Other ,
'. Cattle.Company.
.
The Fleur de Lis Is onset the oldest i
Latest Shades in
brands of cattle on the ranges of The Newest

1ST The Searchlight .. Osceola county and originally belonged Weaves and Patterns for ,
to Captain Abner Johnson, one of Men's ,l
,I the pioneer settlers of this section
and the grandfather of O. B. Howse. Fine "Lukone" Made-to-
T The older cattle men say these were ;a.
the first cattle ever placed on the
of invesdgationlhould be turned upon every speculative transaction or range south of Canoe Creek. Measure Clothes.Responsible y

1 Messrs.\ "Lee and Elam have rented a .. t
representation-go to the very bottom..- examine every detail do large pasture about twenty-five miles .. r
east of Whittier in St. Lucie
this, and you'll find that nine out of.every ten time the ,"big return." and I are now negotiating for county more Tailoring

cattle with which to stocit. .
\. mean a "big"risk.. ,
BANK WATER AND LIGHT 'SERVICE Reasonable Prices: I'

The official of f this institution will be glad to assist you in; your 't ,tj' .'' CUT, OFF FROM DELINQUENTS
.. 1 .....:--

g 4 'investigation of any .investments, . -you. may contemplate and. will give, ;' ,;'". : : (Continued- from Page One,) 'Call 'To-Day.' -
!
: '"'', ;let I I twenty-five delinquents this morning,
unbiased
S you an opinioamYlUnge J ; from theirbag .experience: and. ,". ,q'1:; .\.' ;,;i.:' I wHo Tiad refused or neglected to put '

'e : ,* ,'t\\ '.. up" the deposit,for watsr and lights Kissimmee
sg knowledge in such matter i ... DryCleaning ,& Pressing Works
'
S .' , ', .,. .U1I1; with' instruction to cat off service J.Of :; j
> '.." r'" Ul&e twenty-five,it I..' stated ,that R. A. SNTDER Prs
_, t Com .In and see me.; "t,,." : 't';i .- + **. : ;1': 'A' oHiy onV patron has refused: to make *. '" ?0

-u,1tr., the deposit for,, lights and.-water; andth.deposit Let. U. Make Your Old Halt New. j
five have refused to.make .
i ; '
; , for' lights only. iz '
: : !, *Rumors of legal proceedings to Stewart
sipp ; ;;,
CITIZENS: '
BANK the enforcement of the ordinance hsnre BPHOl'fE49 .
: been current for several ;days'butt : i>_ f' ; A"-PG" :/

l 1 e e Gazette is not.. advised as to ;r- : .:
: jk
;- ,OF, KISSIMMEBr. .f whether*there wilf*be- my'\derelopjnent "Jf';:: "' ''' "
'' 1 A';::
along this line. ...._ :/, 'Y .. ,". M'.i-: ,
.
,. "": II' '
, ,
!< ... If' .,. "" '
,
q, r g y< "X g l'?' " (\, .",_. J' " ' , 'I' .



University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs