Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: July 20, 1917
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00812
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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ING CAMP AT MACON, AND AFTER DETAILS AND ENLIST
CITY AUDIT.'SHOWS STREET PAVING TO
MAT BE SENT FROM THERE TO I. HAIL. Columbia, hippy land PUBLIC INTEREST IN THE

k FRANCE-LADIES OF, JUSS1M- Who fought Nell' >and* ej.oe\bled In beav'n-born freedom' bind I Ie WORK B. E. EVANS .AND MISS
BOOKS ARE WELL KEPT cause. BE EXTENDED SOON
Who ought and tied In
MEE WILL FURNISH COMFORT freedom's cause. ALBINA SMITH..WILL TAKE AC
And when the norm of wsr Wit tone
BAGS. TO THE MEN., ,.. Enjoyrd the peace your valor won TIVE.: PART.
--- The audit of thcity's books is now Let dependence I be your boast. A city Improvement which would':

f practically complete and will soon be e + Ever mindful what It cost, add immeasurably to the enjoymentof
1 Ever grateful for the
The boys of Company Bare making In the hands of the finance committeeof .1 Let Its sitar reach the prize skies; I'' . 1 1v our own autolsts as well as the vial- The) County Food Preparedness
the most of the days at home before the city council. I tors would be the extension of the Commission met at the office of,B. E.

answering the nation's call once more The official examination was ord-ir- :, CHORUS ,,' paving: on Vine 'street running; east Evans, county demonstration agent,

and taking 'tfp their arms.'in, her de ed in compliance with the new law firm Rallying united round let our us be liberty. from the A. C. L.,. railroad crossingto'the' : and'elected the following offlcrsi

fense. While It is well known that the which requires the city to audit its accounts As s band of brother ioln'd.' city limits, and in the opposite President, C. A. Carson, Kissimmee)

Florida Guards will, be called to annually. ,The work was placed Peace and ..atet)' we sballnnd.ujtfWft section of the town, from Clyde ave Vice-president, Ernest ,Mach, Kisr

L. *5s! !UwriaCaptain ,R.,, r.t ,t. :u..tl. ln. ...the,hat! l o.:..I.mll,",, ttA! ". : :'T'A1; ; J +w.sriia ,wt> te outh.FUrwiaai .parali.la.witisa, s air+ame..l l Sjflli'J'> ,I..t_ .. Ib'hJ'IJ!! I.J!""' .-
[ Howard Katz has received( no I Company, who were represented by I Patriots, rise once morel railroad to the city limits. These i. Secretary-treasurer, Miss Albina

definite orders' as yet I their manager W// E.: Spires, Mr. Let no Defend rude your foe. with rights Impious defend hind your shore ";J missing links have been under con- Smith, Kissimmee. "

Walter D. Thomas and Harper Caster Spiers has been working on the books Let.no rude foe with Impious hand. "\. tract with the Tucker Wood-Tex Publicity Committee: B. E. Evans,

,' Jboth' Klasimmea boys,' who are for several weeks and now has them Invade theshrine where sacred Lea.. Brick Company.but, the company "has Kissimmee;,W, B. Harris, Klsslmmee J

,members of the Second Regiment ready for ,binding. -into "convenient Of While toll oflTrlng and blood peace the sincere well earned and prize not begun active operations as yet, C. F, Johnson, St. Cloud.,. .
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Band, are under orders to.'appear'at form, In h Gainesville. at 9 'a. m. August fifth. An audit was attempted a number That,, truth and Justice may prevail expired. mee; W. ,C. Bass, Kissimmee;; 'J. H.

The Kissimmee Company now numbers -. of years ago,'but it was not completeand And every scheme bondage fall I It is the',City Council's intention, Baisden, 'Whittier;. Walter, Lanier,

65 men in all. Just how this much of the work. just finished CHORUS however; that the paving shall be Kissimmee; Wm. Hall, St. Cloud.

;number will be mustered to war dates back to 1902, with some accounts done and their present: plans are to simmee; Wm. Hall, St. Cloud.,

strength, Is not' known, though it, is as early as '98. buy'' the: material and arrange with Finance; A. E. -Thomas,. -Kissim.mae .

suggested that men from the selective Mr. Spiers found the books of the the county to do the work 'with'con- ;. R. Dodd Kissimmee;' Roma

draft may be ada d. The company is bond trustees, city clerk, J. B. Gilbert vict labor... Thomas, Kissimmee A.. W, ,.Gustus

part of the Second Florida Regiment. and city treasurer J. Z. Roberson Captain,.'Farmer ,,has the gang now St. Cloud;'J. H. Baas, Kenansville.-

The Second Florida1( Infantry, N. G., well kept and accurate and everything at work on the county road from' hereto ; Food L Conservation Miss AlbinoSmith
military organization of the seems to be in "mighty good the Polk county line, and when the Kissimmee; Mrs.,S. H.' 'Bul

,1s southern end of the'state and Its territory shape," so he says. brick is laid on this road it is the purpose lock, Kissimmee; Miss Jean Caldwell,

extends north as far as Titus-' The cost of the work will be something of the'council to have. that section Kissimmee;, Mrs., Hatcher St. Cloud;

yule and .. less than 1,000, though the of the street, whclh is a continua- Mrs. F.. W, Hill, Narcoossee; Mrs. E.
Tampa.
There twelve of riflemen exact,sum cannot be stated until' the HOPE HALL INDUSTRIAL FARM tion .of the road; paved also,..the city L. D..Overstreet, Shingle Craek-.M.' ; -
are companies* rooks are formally turned over to the to pay for the labor and ,material. Homer Partin, Center Park.
of each and five addi- '
160 men authorities. When Councilmen Thomas Heretofore the county has leased the These officers are jprithout ,'doubt

tional company organizations; and ,. Halley and Bass, the finance coma convict labor to the city at cost and well chosen. Supt. Yowell, ably assisted
they are designated by letter, location' mittee of the council, ,ordered the should it continue to do so there wouldbe by the' members of the county
and duty as follows: :010' audit, they consulted several companies Institution for Released Prisoner Located Hampton, Florida ' sufficient .money coming to the school board and a trustee of the St.

A'Company-Ocala. : ti and none were' 'found that would Promoted, Adjutant and Mr*. L..A.. Odom, city' as Its shart, of the county road Cloud district, will be,in a position to
B Company-Kissimmee. contract for the work, but made a t to pave the Vine street link,also. j co-operate with the grower !of the

C. Company' -Orlando. price of $15 a day and expenses. The It is ,the Council',intention to Pat: county. Should farm help be' scarce{

D COmpany-Lakeland. Tampa:Auditing' Company made a Florida is soon to have an institution recipient while In ''the home under ronifce our home( manufacturing: CCI'i! i this fall and ,winter'and the fruit crop
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Company: -Wauchula.Plant City. price of $12 and expenses on account of which will mark ,another stride wholesome environments,. until they papYanel to use the'Wood-Tex brick i be as abundant a* present condition
F Company: Kissimmee's proximity, this price was ( in case the Tucker Brick indicate b. effectedby
this Company are great saving may
G Company-Tampa. along humanitarian lines In era are sent out to honorable,, position '
considerably less than a special auditor ready to furnish them when the work a judicious disFribnUon of til*.
H Company; -Tampa. which the state would send here of reform there is probably no effort} Florida Hope Hall Is the name' selected lag of paving begins. available.help.The - ,

I Company-Key' West.K :. ato.".Lost of,.425,. per day should the that is, meeting with,greater:, encouragement fob the institution, and 'was chosen" _T e..ao'other_streta.iD,;the city: : committee i* 'already.In glom
Company"'Arcadia city fail to comply with the law. from states, communities, by.Mrs. Maude Ballihgton Booth, the which are heavily traveled and wherepaving touch. with practically'allot the"farmer

'L Company: -West Palm Beach.M W.. E Soiers left.Wednesday- for indivldusla, etc. than that which seeks world's greatest and foremost'pri on is desirable; for instance, I and will be able! to. encourage
ComoanT-Miami., Tampa to have the leaves bound and reformer, and the incomparable lej'd- Church street. The section of Vernon < many to increase their*' acreage to
Machine Gun 'Company-: Gamesville. to in time for the next to remove the embargo on opportunity er of the Volunteer Prison League un- Emmett'street ,
expects return avenue running; from i! meet the. demands which stare. the
""" H'. 4. "ft"ff, 'f regular meeting,of the council when for discharged' prisoners der whose auspices these havens for to the lake is a street where the prop. nation in the face.

Medical DetachmentSt..Peterebur the''completed work will. be It is a fact that no man.can dispute -: the helpless ar being' establtshd. arty desire to add to their '
.. : <:'{,*"><* ..***".',. -*.,- i : turned owners con.) Supt. Yowell in speaking' on the '
.. i I that the state and society can Florida Hope Hall will mean much venienoe and to the value of their subject said the* farmers of Osceola
Headquarters ,Company-Gainesville. over.Mr, Spiers stated ,that in event his i not afford to dispense with the econ- I to the state of Florida. It will mean I II property by this improvement. I county were already shouldering their

company is ,employed for this work i omic value of single citizen. I much for Society in general. It is an I Kissimmet has accomplished won. burden in response,to the nation' call w''
Supply, Company-Not( yet located. each year it can be done at a cost of Men and women who have been'under .effort for the uplift of the race second dare along: the line of civic improve for more.food and were Increasing; ,

.) I from $150 to $175 from now on. .I the ban of the law to the extent of to none ever attempted.., Even divested ment in the,past few years, and! this their planting. This was plainly evl-
Florida _ _ _ "
Second Band-making a'
propitiation for ,their of philanthropic and humane
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offenses-leav.j every work should be extended as rapidly asradical. dent,he said! in the large sweet potato
force of 2,000 men all told when recruited ing the penal aspect it should attract the attention .
to every eight men. The bags provedto I crop now growing; in the county.
to full strength.This heretofore have been' compelled to of taxpayers, for any one who is disposed
be worthy of their name,and were j The finance committee has a strong, ,
regiment expects to be drafted face a frigid world-and after the to place the effort on the cold, RED CROSS' CHAPTER HAS .
Into the Federal Service about in great demand among the boys, in !' membership, but the scope of their
thralldom whence they emerged they calculating basis of the financial econ-
fact sharp rivalry existed it Is saidas ENROLLED,327 MEMBERS activities has not been-decided on at i
and is liable to called
August 1st, J>e encountered barriers to the avenues of omics of the commuillty.It
to which oneof the eight men this date. A. E. Thomas is secretary I !
for active duty immediately after opportunity, which were practically j It will indeed be a haven for the Enrollment in the Kissimmee Chapter -
should the articles. of the Board of Trader R. .I>ood.II
equipment and training. The' Second possess insurmountable. In many .cases the hopeless, and an asylum for the u i- ; of the Florida Red Cross continuesand rl'
The ladies are now intent on .providing I cashier of the Citizens Bal\k.'k.
has been in exist- 11I-
Florida Infantry natural tendency was to drift back privileged.' Every influence and en- 327 paid members now belong:'to
each soldier with these reminders Thomas is cashier of the State Bank, .
ence 15 years. During the recent I into channels 0(, crime and once again :vironment-will be created and main- the organization. Name of membersnot
of home. A, W Gustus Is cashier of the First;
-mix-up on the Mexican border the become a menace to society and a bur tained with' the noble ends in view published to date are: Dick Bullock y r ,
These bags are made of cretonne or National Bank of St., Cloud, J. H.
Second was second to none of the frJational den to the tax payers of the state. I of alighting anew, as it were, the fires Ned: Bullock, Miss Thelma Os-
of equally durable material and con- Baas Is connected with the State Bankat
Guard regiments on' frontier Adjutant and ,Mrs. L. Ar-Odom, officials -,.of hope in the hearts and lives of its borne Raymond( Bearden C. H. New-
tain thirteen 'articles. Among" them Kenansville., This committee *
duty .. of the Volunteers of :America charges.. house A. J. MacDonough, N. C. Bryn rep 0
are needles thread darning cotton a resents practically all the banking In. :
The officers are: roll after numerous visits to the prisons of To relieve! them of a haunting sense Mrs. Mabel T., Ellis, Miss Ruby ,
of surgical bandage court plas .erests in the county. ,
Col. A. H. Blandlng Bartow. the state covering a period of many of guilt. 311is.Mrsl: W. C,1\Griffln, Mr, and Mrs.
Lieut. Col. J.Wolf; Key West.' ter, scissors soap wash rag and a months on which occasions religious To pave the way to honorable man- Alex Remington-Smith, Mrs. D.. ,C. The Food','' Conservation Committee .

Adjt. Capt. C. R. Layton, Gaines-,. Testament. The total'cost of the material services were held literature distributed hood and womanhood. Wheeler, Miss Margaret Winn Miss represents an important patriotic !'

is $2 for each bag'complete.. Inmates encouraged etc., have Education will be imparted. Helen Winn Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Gilbert service and one that should have the .
ville.Major Blandlng 1st Battalion. It is probable that these bags' will I not only contributed to creating a Agricultural pursuits' will predom- Mrs.,T. M. Murphy, Mrs. J. W. co-operation of.every household., Just '... :

Major Collins, 2nd Battalion. be provided for the Kissimmee boys moral and religious atmosphere in the inate. .. I, Walters Mrs. Jane Cadman, R. Rad- at this time there seems little for this:

Major Sass, 3rd Battalion.The who are called out in the selective realm of those under the shadows of Farm work will especially be re- clyffe Cadman,"Mrs. J. II. Reed, Mrs. committee to do other than to'organize '

officers Company B, our very draft later. the stripes, but have interested the commended to those leaving Hope Alice E..;Wagner, Miss Maude Alice and be in line should the federal j

own company.are- -- ___ I, .SoWiers_Honored_ citizens-of'ther-commonwealth-inr the Hall, as'there! has never been a-time in Wagner,Miss--Adah-C; Wagner.,-Mrs. government issuer any-instructions.. I ,"

Captain, II. M.Katz. I Kjssimmee has been very loyal to promotion of cause. and an institu- the history of the republic when the A. Rosen. They will urge the "doctri'n: "of-the

First Lieutenant, R. L. Jarrell. 'her boys in brown and:l have conferred tion, which with the systematic exec man with the hde was in greater de- Classes lit surgical dressings are being empty,plate" that is to allow no food

Second Lieutenant, C. B. McCaugh- every honor, and distinction on them cise of its influence proposes to aid mand than he is today In'this event organized: and will shortly begin to be wasted They .will''encourage<

en, (appointed, butnot, yet commissioned. that was within her power to bestow. men and women as they step from two great problems will be solved working for the ''soldier boys, The each household to practice using flour"i

,{ .) Another honor which will be shown prisondoors.In namely, the individual will be separ- nurse who is secured to Instruct these substitutes a* much a* practical, and '.-
Sergeants-G. W. McGowan mess them'is the beautiful memorial to be the practical accomplishments of ated from the evils of the urban cen- lasses must be paid for those enrollIng will publish timely recipe along the ,

sergeant W. T. Turner; supply sergeants hung on the walls of the Methodist this noble principle 'Adj. Odom has ters,and will become a producer and but,the material used in the Red line.. With the growing of'fall gardens -

James Buckles and Henry N. Church. This is in the form,of two launched the enterprise at Hampton; relieve the high'' cost of living. Cross work is paid for from the treasury their real work, will begin and

'Maklnson. tablets shaped like the American Bradford county, where A substantial Farming will be engaged in. Truck o( the chapter. every effort will be made to make the
_,"" Corporals-J. L. Barber; E. L. Fennel shield and decorated in the national beginning has been made. There is raising, 'chickens, pigs, cattle will Kissimmee' chapter -now has a saying, ."eat what' you can and'what

'' Lee McLean. Wm. Fortenberry, colors. These will bo hung one on the much building already on the ground, come in for their attention.. For this working fund of something; over $200, you ean't eat, can," a glad reality in
k Hd. Roberts and Roy Graves.: west 'wall and the other on the east and the erection of bungalows and service the charges of the institutionwill which will be swelled to .'con. iderable every home. U '

:'Bugler-Albert F. Smith. wall of the Auditorium, and above other structures are well under way. receive ,a substantial compensa- amount when the proceeds from the With B. E. Evans, W; B. Harris andC

'i Cook-Ernest Oliver) and Drew 'M. them will be draped the flags ,of When in the near future the doors of tion. This work has the endorsementsof cycle teas are collected.. F, Johnson 'constituting the pub- '

Alvey. !\ France, and England with "Old Glory." the I home will be thrown open for occupancy Senator Park Trammell and Commissioner ; licity'committee it goes,'without say

Latest advices state that the Flor-' Under the shield. will be a' crescent where food, lodging, medical of Agriculture W. A., Mc- OSCEOLA IDEAL'FOR CREAMERIES 'ing that,, the ,public will,be' well informed

Ida Guards will be called out on the bearing the legend "Sicut Patribus treatment,'. etc..,will be furnished each Rae and others. of prominence.. of the activities undertaken by

6th of,August, and.will be sent to the Sit Dens Nobis," "As I with our. fathers, .. .. ... .. Deer Fark.Fl,'July 11,1917., Commissions, .- They will. publish,
I, training;camp at Macon- Ga. This so may God be with us." Editor Valley Gasetto: pamphlets,.and other information.,,relative
camp has been named Wheeler InfjPhonor On the white stripes of one shield Selective Draft The world's greatest cheese and but. to the work of..the government.Just .
of Joe Wheeler, who was Lieut. wilt, be inscribed the names .of ,Company Drawing manufacturing plants,ought to be how much this commission will '

t General in the. Confederate service: .B and on the! other those chosen located OsceoU:: county, as we could accomplish how great benefit It may a

r and Major Generaljn the federal servr in ,h*. selective draft., Important Scheduled for: This Morning easily compete,with the products' ofWl.conam.1D provewill depend largely on the farm ,r,
'Ice in.L the Spanl -AmerieaI War; t vent*'in the history of these organisations this country, and in Earopei -' era themselves bat it Is a'step in the;

E Ladle Provide Comfort will find a record here And j' , with Holland' and Denmark:; cream.' right direction and any concerted,action '
I_ A movement i S. on' fooi among the when the boys: return horn it is probable eries. W have'not only the'.ll 'the 'I* productive of.food result: .

["'ladies of the dty to provide each.mem- the shieU will W'hn..nted'to l t The ,drawing ,-for tl selective draft was:'scheduled. year 'round rich,green: pastures, good .t .
[ bee of,Company B with a comfort bag Company B.'a* a memento ,to hang f,f 7 ." *' water iQ oar nice lake aDd river, bat ,Mr. Mid Mr*. G. W, ,Griffin' .fad
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N I before their I departure for their tram- ,oniUM; ,>**&* ',.t' the 'armory. The to take place in Washington at 8s3O.o'ciock hiimoteing, the aH the' jresur -Tound'equable' very daughters. Misses NormJanof; nd ;}

Ling: camp. These ''bags. wero.Inued.. thought originated with''RevA' C H.Summeri'aad bat?apto-thetvnfot; in to pre**'the local board d I favorable 'dl DatJe eonditien* for the Caroi> ,',leAr y..taday: farHend.r'e, ,
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TWO THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. JULY 20, .1917 .. ,k

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," =--- Mr Bass said "Since using! Doan's

TWO YEARS IN I 1 BED LAKE BARTONWithin DON'T' BE MISLED symptom Kidney Pills of,kidney I ,have'trouble never" t had, a u

St. Cloud DepartmentNEWS ,- n Price COc, at all dealers.( Don't simply .
.AND ROLLING CHAIR I Kissimme'! Citizens Should Read and '
the'past two week we have ask for a kidney remedy-get

I met as many different men who have Heed This Advice and Doan's' Kidney .Pills-the same that"' ...:i. -

AND :NOTES OF THE."WONDER CITY" FROM .OUR. OWN Mrs, Wilson Says She Had Given Up tried hard to convert His to the belief Kidney trouble is dangerous Mr. Bass had. Foster-Milburn: Co., ,

,1 SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT All Hope-Gains 23 Pounds on Tan-' that'the Kaiser in waging the present often fatal., wlt1aomethlnll' Mfrs., Buffalo, N. 'V. '::1'.
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lac and I. Now a Well Woman. world war is doing so under the guiding Don't experiment
and untried.
hand of the great omnipotent God new
fi, ./ The Red 'Cross Unit met on Tues also visit other parts of the North "For two years I spent all my time and that we as a nation, are doomedto Use a tested kidney remedy. Whenever You Needdeseral Tonic "
.' either in the hospital, in bed, or in a Begin with Doan's Kidney Pills.:
1' day afternoon to sew at the home of before returning. to St. Cloud in the fall before his mighty armies '
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rolling chair, and during" that time I I Used in Kidney trouble 60 years- The Old Standard G Tasteless .
:Mrs Figart on Maryland avenue. fan valuable
,' through the course of predestination.To chill Tonic Is equally as o
,; The Army and Navy Union held Mr..,and) Mrs. Simpson of Narcoos- was given up to die, and I don't guessI uphold their argument and to establish Recommended here and everywhere.A General Tonic because it contains the

i their regular meeting Monday afternoon see, were the guests on Sunday of M r, would be here now if it hadn't beenfor'Tanlac" the authenticity of their doc: I Kissimmee citizen's statement well known tonic properties QUININBand 't,
said Mrs. E. O. Wilson. forms convincing proof of merit. IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives \
'in the Masonic Hall. and Mrs.AnsonMcGilLMrs. trine., Both thesegantlemen earnestly Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
' I .Mrs. Wheeler is on the sick list.this Clarissa Gibbs returned Monday Mrs. Wilson is well known 'in Atlanta, requested me to read carefully the I It's local testlmony..lt' can .be in- out Builds op the \W.oole System., 30 cents.. j

I evening after a Visit with friends her husband having been.employed by vestigated.
13th chapter of Revelations. '
{ week.Ward The Constitution for a number of I J. E. Bass, .Sr., Bermuda Ave., Kis-
and Brown have moved their at Orlando. :
It is to be regretted that any American kid. Magnolia Balm I.
from
meat market just across the street. Mr. Newton of Kissimmee was in years citizen should allow his mind to simmee says: suffered .
New York ,city on his brother "I was a great sufferer from chronic ney trouble for several years and had FACE POWDER. I
Yrorn where they were on our Monday, visiting drift along such channels as this till LIQUID
indigestion," continued Mrs. Wilson, a lame and aching: back. Doan's Kidney
and friends. ,
avenue beauty of
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his entire thought becomes so contaminated secret e'v
Mr Riefschneider died on Tuesday Mrs. E. D. French of Ashton was "and don't guess anybody ever had to with the superstitious belief ; Pills rid me of the kidney trouble women who know how r ,. ,

morning: of heart trouble, the funeral the! guest on Wednesday, of Miss Ella.I go through with what I did. I was that the Kaiser is endowed with a and backache." ...("' to take care of the com ,

,, wm! be held Sunday' afternoon from McAllister on Carolina avenue. very weak and nervous, and at,times' power that makes him Irresistible. I OVER. THREE YEARS LATER -
the M. E. Church.. Rev. G. II. Northrop, left on Tues- had those dreadful'.mothering sensations It Is -the'duty of every American - -- J de eed.. Heal Sunburn .
' Farris Da.ujtherty'and' for two months' vacation. .' to the point of fainting. I had ,stop Tan. Soothinlroj
Capt. ; Lynn ; day a "< citizen to lay aside all such heretic .-' '
I Prof. Bullard went to Kissimmee on Dr. Johnson, of Lake Alfred, spent dreadful headaches, severe pajns in and nonsensical talk as this and show 1 .1 cooling. refreshing.W'Ato. .
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r .;.. Tuesday where Prof, Bullard was appointed a few days last week with her cousin, my back and' all over my kidneys, and our,'loyalty' to our flag and nation by 75c.PI.. 7i Ae M_- I.4 11
..1 the schools Mrs. A. B. Daniels Maryland ave my joints ached'all the time. For two color for 2c. Stamp. 1
principal of our: on inculcating a spirit of fearlessness! ; a Sample (either )
Mr. Josh H. Ferguson 1ft'on Tues nue. years I had to five entirely on boiledmilli patriotic spirit that will) make us feel + LronMU.CV., 40 Souih FihhSi.BookLnN.Y. :',

day to take a much needed vacation at, D. H. Gill, our city tax collector, returned toast and soft boiled eggs, 'and as though we,'as a single nation, was
i Tass-a-Grillc.' Monday evening from the san even that didn't digest well, and would I
pitted against the Kaiser In this great
i 't:: Mr. Perry left on Tuesday to visit itarium at Formosa. sour o'n my stomach. I didn't know conflict, he could not nor would not III IIIIII III IIIIli t

, \ in Illinois, Iowa and South Dakota. i Mrs. West 'and two daughters, who what It was to get a good night'ssleep. stretch his iron hand of militarism

':I: u ond3y6 G. II. Clark YelitirferJaak and Mr. Huffman left i single one of us.stood able to' combat
:", :where they will ,take the examinations Mrs. G. A. Bleech and daughter, most filled with empty bottles, but instead against him.: We'should BO direct our RED ROSS

.. .. tor the officers reserve corps. Ruth, have returned from a. short tripto of improving I was getting thoughts, and actions that not a single SUPPLY YOU!

Warren Mann left, this week for Daytona, New Smyrna and 'St. worse all the time. Finally they took will to ..
"I 1 Take.Wales where he will have charge Augustine.The me to the hospital for treatment;, andI everything opportunity We possibly escape can us to put .do an IITitI '1 ,, .1 11,101.1, tESPECIALLY .1,
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of lay therefor five long "months, but CHILL FEYERP05
,1 l "of a meat rltet.'r Loyal Women's Class the' end to the barbarous slaughter of the
;"'t i I Mr. and Mrs: Hughes left on Friday Christian Church met on Friday last even that didn't make me well.-It was innocent women and children, and

f}, last for Ohio wher they were called! at the church wher each pledged to taking nearly every cent ,of my hus thereby insure peace and concord to -Ji-
*.. the church debt band's wages to pay my doctor and I '
on account of'the illness of Mrs. earn a dollar' toward ,
: all nations and to all people. t' rt,1P';; :
,k 1 'Hughes' sister, Mrs. Bonner, who 'in November and to tell how they drug bills-our drug bill alone The kaiser be th beast'\ CHILLS ."NO ...Via.DUMS I "" :' '!,, 1'r..'
.1 amounted to $14 or $I6 a month, ando may great "GU.e1LIOUa.5VaaIMTaaMITTaMr .. I "'I7.W c:,. "
will
last winter here. They earned it $25 was pledged. '
pent ; .VS AMo 1
;i hO mentioned in the 13th chapter of revelations ALL "L"'L DI......
--------------------------- doctor bill amounted to i
4 I ( one $108."It but with each and everyoneof AND LA ..'-' GARDEN and Fit b's s
looked like everything had failed ....eno".
ST. CLOUD'S CITY ENGINEER ST. CLOUD PAVING CONTINUES us standing loyally absolutely to
: EXONERATED 'FROM CHARGES COUNCIL CONDEMNS BRICK to help me, and I had about givenup our flag and losing no opportunity to 'Two. .v.A..oeN.uiawwaT.h. .....v..ooo"... SEED t
all hope when one day my husband UNTIL. IT ACT WBLL TN.NTHUS
TIMES A OATBuy
,< reached' brought bottle of Tanlac home with assist our president in carrying out ..._YN M.aa.awlMNaaaP1t2ciR '
.;J ) .Considerable agitation was felt in The Wonder City has satisfactory a his plan of combatting the foe, the as CI IT. ADAPTED !
solution to trouble which him and asked me to take It. He said
\ St. Cloud this week when sensational time is not long distant when it will 'FOR'YOUR STATE.FREE.c. '
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;,'t''f i l' I charges were made against Engineer arose over the) gra4e of brick to be he had been reading and hearing a lot i be shown that patriotism science, . ,

,;r'W.. A. Ginn. used in executing a street" paving contract ' of good things about it, and didn'tsee education and a God-fearing peoplecan _..erwNMJACN30M'VIUZ. f -,

n" 'C. F. Johnson, of the St. Cloud made with the Georgia Engineering !. any reason why it shouldn't help conquer the most ferocious beastof T LA. OUR INSTRUCTIVE CATAC8Q .1

,. 'TribUne, it II said, charged Engineer Company, and the work is going II me. I was confined to my rolling the forest even unto the kaiser.A. t "lit'" AND WEEKLY PRICEUST7
i forward rapidly.A chair when I began taking it. '. 'SEND FOR '
;. Jinn with being neglectful and derelict I J. Lane has some as fine corn as T"ut.ToD.'f'f
.;!! I 'In performing his duties, and nine protest has been filed with the "Do I look like an invalid now? I we have seen in the northwest it mt druggist and AJ1ARTINSEEDftJACKSONVILLE.F.LA(
I i' counts were filed against him at aI City Council asking that 65 carloadsof certainly don't' feel 'like one, and I corn o.rte>raJ .for.. or postpaid; J
belt, and this too following late
a '
I I I ', which had unloaded for have actually gained : from the> manufacturer
i. Special meeting of''the City Council brick been twenty-five ((25) potato : .
crop. ..
,1 l be condemned. pounds'on eleven bottles of Tanlac
laying,
; called to investigate the case. ot'I Kissimmee
r Dr. Hyatt ( in --
was our
'i:!t' Judge' S. D. Decker represented The Council called a meeting Mon. and feel as welt as I ever did in my midst Sunday waiting on a family of UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FORWOME ,
day and heard the citizens life. I can eat anything; I want-such
,jinn, wit !hW. B. Crawford, the city very generally negroes who had all taken seriously ill GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEE ,yCollege
,
r attorney, looking after the city's in. and also a representative of the things as meat, turnips hard-boiled
from drinking contaminated water. of the highest R.rnk ,
'
? Herests.: Fully fiwo. hundred spectators company. On the advice of City Attorney eggs don't hurt me a particle, and I High Moral. Intellectual Standards 4.1
Smith Bros. butchered a number of Liberal ,Arts Law Engineering Liberal Art. Education Music, Ezprpa- I
W. B. Crawford, the Council sleep as good as I did when I was a Agriculture
gathered to listen to the trial and hogs Saturday for the markets of Kis Education Graduate School don Physical Education, Art, Home :>. -
filled the room and crowded the'street refused to condemn the brick, but instructed grit in my teens. I can get about as Economics '"
simmee and Orlando. Send for Catalogue and Views.28.13t Writ for Catalogue and Book of !d
Views
for some distance. the CIty'' Engineer to makean well as anybody and just the other dayI ,*
Thursday July the 19th, there will A. A. MURPHREE, Pres. EDW. CONRADI, Pres. '
s ( and file the certificate of walked down town and I am'run.ning .
During the trial four of the nine inspection ,. ,
be a big barbecue given at the East .(.
1 inspection with the Council. around the neighborhood callingon -
counts were withdrawn. The principal
Lake picnic grounds in honor of
one on which evidence was taken was This inspection revealed the fact my friends nearly'all the time now.I Company B boys, who are expectingsoon our tOO' O 00,' oo o _OOoO OO f 00.0 0 0 Of 000 OOOO: OOOO 000 U.O 0 to <

\. the charge that Ginn in the that fourteen different kinds of brick haven't a pain about me. I believeI ., ,
was employ .
to be called into federal service. :. \ ,
were included in the 65 carloads and am the happiest in Atlanta OR SALE : .{a J
'
of a septic tank company and a woman , We are thankful for the good showers 4/ "I'\ Y! 'I'' .'._ "

pipe manufacturing company while only; two kinds!' came up to 'specifica and I think-1 have a right to be., I of rain received+ \ here of late, but 'i.J: ', il,,9! ilf: \' ,, :,-\'-C''WT"WTWffv",' ';: ""I ''I I

I, working for the city, and that he had tions. The remaining 'twelve kinds think my recovery< is almost a miracle, would appreciate just a little more' : !:'. \. Fine varieties of Sweet Potato '
i '" were then condemned. and everybody in our neighborhoodthinks
failed to make proper inspection of
A letter from Wm. Roach of Lafol-
'sl 't i the city well and 'of the brick with Under the city's con tract with the the same. lette. "I

which the streets were to be paved. company only 25 per cent. of. the total Tanlac is sold' in Kissimmee by J. his wife long, to be back in the Landof Vines

14 ,, During' the taking of the evidence, amount will bo paid until the brick Z: Roberson's Pharmacy; in St. Cloud Flowers.. Mr. and Mrs. Roach have "

the citizens testified and everybody in are laid and finally accepted. The brick by Seminole Pharmacy o. ; and in Ken- many friends )In Kissimmefe where $2.00 per Thousand. :

, "St. Cloud who had an opinion on the company accepted the verdict of the ansville, Fla.What they spent twd winters.

: ,, 'subject was called upon. Judge Decker Council, .discarded the condemned Sunday, July 22nd, in connectionwith C. R.. JENKINS SouthporL .
't', ''was heard for the defense and Editor brick and 'commenced work at once. is LAX-FOS the regular church service there ,

Johnson. for the prosecution. This paving will extend throughoutthe UX-TOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARAA will be a patriotic meeting at this ctOOtoooooo.... oo o o oooooo. ;

..J ( \ The verdict of,the Council fully business section of the city and Digestive Liquid Laxative! Cathartic place. A program fitting for the occasion t to

I "exonerated, Engineer Ginn of njl! will,probably be complete in about' and Blue Liver Flag Tonic.Root,Contain Rhubarb Cascara Root, Black Bark will be prepared and dinner oooooooo..o.o..oo.oooooooooooooooo.oo.ooooo.. .t i.ti

-. a charges and praised him for his good thirty day Root,May Apple Root.Senna Leaves and served on the grounds. Everybodycome. i

'. work in the interests-of the city. They This company has recently fulfilled< Pepsin. Combines strength with palatable . The Silver Sea Hotel '

also condemned Mr. Johnson's action, their. contract_with the county and aromatic taste. Does not gripe. 50c Those pretty girls from Narcoossee '
"
'.t\\ 'it is said, for having published the paved a section of road leading from and vicinity who have been attendingour ATLANTIC BEACH CORONADO, FLA. j,
charges! before they had been investigated this to the farm anda from ;
;!i! city county poor Libby's hill to the Prentis placeon Sunday school, are invited to come Now under the
of.A. "
Fred Falck. '
open management <
'Ii about
by the Council. strip a mile long running Fish lake; again.

1 If i I . _u : Cutine the best. Shore Dinners a Specialty.' A.to meets all train at d) ;:

New Smyrna. ;

.$2.50 per. Day. Weekly Rates upon application k> i

Special Week End Rates 1
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Crops
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I +N gjfa With a shortage of food crops facing the nation
?nr not only should cultivated
every piece of land be
planted, but every acre should be made to yield ,
i Its limit of productiveness.Most ,

Florida soils are acid, or sour, and even -J
: Partial List of Pee Gee A Pee Gee, Finish for Every Purpose though liberally fertilized cannot yield maximum :
this
Guaranteed Finishes -- crops until condition is corrected. ", .t s

Good ground limestone removes acidity r.1ea.e.ota.h .
,
Whether you are Intending to build, re-paint house re-decorate.
your and other plant foods, and increases '
Pee Gee Flatkeett for Interior the mois
f , woodwork Pee-Gee
your rooms refinish your or floors Flnlihes will ture-holding capacity of the soil .
Walls aa4 CeUlnfs. ftlve you; lasting'satisfaction at lowest cost. Remember two I : *
9 Pee. Gee China. Easmal for V,.thirds of the cost of painting I. labor and one-third paint. / FREE s
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c Interior Woodwork will ,,
d Therefore it pay you to use Pee-Gee Guaran Mefferts ,Ground Limestone
teed Paint and Finishes
Pee Gee Specification Varabbes ; Beautifully Ill'us-
? i Pee Gee Ffcer Wax book

. PeaGeePeaetntlaD71taf8. MASTIC: PAJiIT.trated', and Increases Crop Yields '

Pee Gee Porch Paint t'' i Paint' r
w' Pee.CM Senl-PasM Roof. awl ; :l. ''them..* Ask also > For the'next few year every extra hamper of ..i.
V vegetables bushel
Ban Faint "" ?Tkt xji* t .. ,for sample wood will bring Mr money. The liberal use of Mefferts i.
ii, PM Ce Grec-Stabi let_ReofPee ., ' combination -, panel, color, Lime increased
unadulterated Mastic Paint present a uniform; I may mean' 'profits of hundreds of ,
,: .' Ce Ansmtnt Floor Pals of flneet Pur White Lead, ZINChard, beautiful, enamel-like: i P.-G..FIDiah. 'dollars.' | r 6
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11 Pee Gee Waft aed Insplsnustfatal OXIDE and genuine Linseed OH i finish that resists the weather desire 1< The time to apply It I I. now. have not ale ,
I' I In proportions. CONTAINS condition* In any.ell mat*)__It or you write may for same ready ordered do so at once. Senor price,and, ,
PM CM lerd.alteacCeecrse HIGHEST mCSMTAGB, OF.ZINC.. does not discolor: ,go flat or pee(. to' P B A S L B K.. descriptive booklet.-Ask for any,other informatlost. 'fI

d. Cee Kl.e fUbbosi .Family . . '" GAULBERTCO., ,you" need.. Write- today, _

a, :;; 71a MIs 11'' .:' OSCEOLA HARDWARE: COip. Kissimnwe" Fla.. I Y "XyJ Inc.* Louisville, 'Florida, Lime C o. n

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THE. KISSIMMEE VALLE 'GAZETTE.' FRIDAY, JULY 20. 1.1""f.".. .. Tl... ,

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EXPLANATION OF DRAFT j s request for publication,will\ be posted ' presenting your proof,' If the beard I

in place at the.office of the local has not the forms, ask to consult the we K movo or OUR SHOP AN p TIt ADC '
board accessible to the public view" pamphlet of forms. AND/ The MANY rRICMOS verve: WAM'I!
LAW BY WAR DEPARTMENT
,and notice will be'nailed to you at tlfp, Third. nave the affidavits properly

-- address on your registration card. accomplished and return them to/ the r eTnn v

. Drawing for the army to be raised soon ... the drawing is complete lists Therefor, watch the notices postedin board within the time limit assigned

., under, the selective draft law ia expected showing the order in which these red-I the office of the board about 10 you-10 days from the filing of your. 7WE'

to be announced this week ink numbers are drawn will be published days after the day you were called and claim., ,

from Washington. The list of all men. in the press and will be posted make arrangements for the prompt Remember: It; has been, wlel aaidl 2' "Eternal

registered in Osceola county are> poet.ad at the of flee of each local board. receipt of,mail. (a) You must submit your proofIn vigilance la the'' price of, liberty

in Tampa at the headquarter of Go to your local board and find out Seven Days to File Claims of Exemp the prescribed form and the board .but when it.is a question,'of,your

the respective county exemption the order in which you stand for call. don or Discharge has no authority to exempt. or discharge freedom from the annoyance of insect -

boards. 'Opposite the name of each. Call for ExaminationAs (Except for Industrial 1 or agricultural you unless you submit all the NATUALLY FEEL PROUDof pests, It takes more than

man appears the serial number. recorded soon as quotas are assigned to reasons.) Note: affidavits required by regulations.b the complimentary remarks being "eternal.elcilan e" to cope with ,

when the lists"were made. It each state and each board, each board (a) No claim of discharge on account ( ) There will be no argument be- made each day about our man the situation; it takes some watchfulness -'

is to the interest of every man that will call upon'persoM' where cards are of the Industry in which you fore the board and no proof other than ket., It deserved approbation. backed by an effective Insect

he knows his aerial number. in its jurisdiction instructing them to are engaged can be decided by'a localboa'rd the' prescribed 'affidavits unless the Our step-lively delivery has won destroyer to bring, results.

The War 1 Department Mas' Issued the present themselves for examination. , board'.calls for other proof, which it us many friends. The quality of When Ants Fleas, Mosquitoes,
following bulletin of information from This call will be posted at the officeof '(b) Whether you'file a claim bt exemption will ,do in'only a''' limited" number of our meats has )lelped endear us to, Moths', Raefies, Etc.," invade your

persons registered: the local board, and the papers 'will oc not, you .must present cases.. the public home, don't delay: get' a can of
' Local Boards be requested to'print it. A notice will yourself for physical examination on When,Claims Are Decided Fenole and a sprayer from :your '
local dealer and hit "these '
. In every county In the United also be mailed to you, but the posting the day named in the notice. Every claim for discharge or ex- where they live. peaty
? States:: 'and for every city of over oT the list at the offieq of-the board From the day notice that you are emption will be decided by the local\ City Market ,
Fenole is 'sold in town by
30,000 there are one or more local exemption will .be deemed: sufficient notice to called is mailed and posted:you have board within three days after'your, affidavits ' W. B. Makinson Co.your, J. Z. Rober-

boards., Each of such )boards charge you with the duty of presentIng seven days In which you may file a have been' filed. son. Waters & Carson Grocery Co.

is in charge of the registration cards yourself. The law, "therefore, claim of exemption or discharge. The Certificate of Exemption or DischargeIf Quarts 76c one-half gaL, $1.25}

of persons registered in the area over makes it your duty to inform yourself form for'filing this card U simple. If your claim: is allowed a certificate gallons, $2.00.
which 'the board has jurisdiction and when you are called. The mailing\ is you wish to file] such a c:1aim- pf exemption or discharge will be $1.00.Sprayera. common, &60c; automatic,

has, jurisdiction of all claims for ex for your convenience, but if the letter; (a) Go to the board and get Form issued to you.Remember. '
We manufacture: Sweeping Compound
emption. .Find out what board has never reaches:you, you can"not makean 110 for exemption or Form 121 for : Liquid Soap. F C KO Fie
,your card and where the office of that excuse. discharge. If the board has not the (a) This certificate may be recalled Router, Fenol. Disinfectant Pow.

board is. Watch the lists at the office of your printed forms ask to consult the form at any tlm"e.b der Fenol. Stock A: Poultry Spray ;

District Boards board'and see when you are called for pamphlet and copy the form shown ( ) If it is temporary or conditionalit CeJsr Floor Oil, Cedar.Oil Polish.
In district examination. there., becomes of when Agents for Toilet Paper, Paper
every federal l judicial no effect the time Towels, Drinking Cups, Etc. Writ
there are one or more'district boards Physclal ExaminationYou (b) Fill 'out the proper form and or the condition named are fulfilled., KKROflllHH' AND CRUDE Oil* I for samples and prices.

having appellate jurisdiction over, a' must report for physical ex- file it with the board. < ,(c) You have I been drawn for military No IOMUNES-Run batteries magneto on oil or of Ig-nltor.any kind.A ...
' "'fi'iiifiblY'ef ioral'boardsandhayingsrpiginal : "ft\lrtati>1,0a-th0.day.iuam. dJnjoQurcall. ..(e) Do this within even"days of the 'service"and when the ''condition 4 h. p. engine will run a full. load ..
; for 10 hour at cost of so a day.
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jurisdiction of claims for' exemption ,- iiIi'; ''and'-mailing'of'eotlce'Yb*you* that fiasln>stpx>a'ryout"px>8tlng>:aarjtlfc --RI_ ::. :..;; ltr""ClMr"b1.:8t11' do; FenoteClttmkalCo.TAMPA : l --,._ .,
tot .. Mill ; En-v
on industrial grounds.. If you (a) If you are found physically l disqualified to' present yourself. colors ceases you may be recalled 'at RTlnrB prlc., Uollwrn.Pump 8aw Mills Supplies fend Wood .

intend to make acclaim on industrial the board will give you a certificate The following are the only grounds any time.d WOrknl: Machinery.MALSBY MACHINERY. CO. FLAT ;1

: grounds including 'agriculture' learn -which.,will explain Xo you what. for exemption: ( ) Remember that your case:may _.11t H. Buy lit.. ......_....111... M*.
what district board to apply to. your further duties are. 1. :That you are'an,offi'cer, legislative still be appealed to the district board i1...
o Red-Ink Serial Numbers (b) If you are found physically executive, or judicial, of the by government' an4'on'this.appeal -

Every board has numbered the qualified and file a claim for exemption United States, a State or Territory, at your certificate may be withdrawn at
cards in its jurisdiction with red ink within 7 days after your callyou the District of Columbia. once. When'so withdrawn you! stand
I
in a series running f r<)m 1 to the number will be given 10 days after filing your 2. That you are a regular or duly precisely as though you had been selected ]-
representing the, total 'number of claim of exemption to file proof in ordained minister of religion. for military service bythe local I The Favorite' Store of Kiitmmce I ,

cards in its jurisdiction.. Lists show support of your claim,of exemption. 3. That you were on May 18, 1917, board.

lug the'names of persons in the jurisdiction (c) it you are found physically a student preparing for the ministryin Adverse Decision on ClaimIf

of each board and the red-ink qualified and file no claim for exemp- any recognized theological or divin- your claim is disallowed by tho r

number of each card are open to In tion,'or if you do not appear for phys ity school local board your name will be certified FURNITURE? ;
IIp.ctiOIat the office of each board. ical examination, your name will be 4. That you are in the*military or and dent by the local board to the

Inspect the list and inform yourselfof. posted to the district board as one naval service of the United States. district board as one who has 'been '
red-ink serial number. who called for military 5. That of Germany ,I
your was service you are a .subject called for military service and not "
Order of Liability and was not exempted or discharged. whether you have taken out exempted or discharged. Within 'two

These red-ink numbers are to be On the eighth day after call,'on within papers orrioL days thereafter, if practicable, a list i -WE HAVE IT !
drawn by lot to determine the order too days thereafter\ copies of the 6. That you are a resident alien of those'so certified to the district

in which registered persons are to be list''of persons so posted to the district who has not taken out first papers.In board will be given to the press, witha '

called bythe various local boards.- As boards will be given to the.press with addition to claims for exemption request for publication, will be post .'

claims for discharge may be ed in the offices of the board accessible -

made on any of the following grounds I, to the,public view;and notice will Ia ceaaectien with ear Hardware. fine .. carry a complete ::1F.
.\ FOR SALE---CASH ''PREfERRED which are< the only grounds for discharge be mailed to the address on
your reg'istration
.. of faraHnre. .W. make a specialty of eotittlaf homes. and
by a local board: card.Therefore handle reliable .
One lock of l Five Lots in South Part of Town. '250 1. That you. are a county or municipal -' if you have filed a claim I

foot front'208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for officer. from exemption and proof in.support '
Bed' Room Furniture '
,
., \ 2. That you are a customhouse thereof watch the notices in the of- Dining
Banana or Truck Growing. Eighteen inch fall to city clerk. fice of the local board beginning about
.. I Room Suits Kitchen Outfits ParI
'ditch. Make your home pay for itself. 3. That you are employed, by the five' days after you have filed your ,

United States in'the transmission of proof, to see what disposition, was for Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
Apply VALLEY GAZETTE. mails. made of your case and make arrange .

".That you are an artificer or work ments for the prompt receipt of mail. Couches,. Etc.

man employed in an armory, arsenal, How to Claim Appeals to District .
or navy yard of the United. States. Boards

5. That you are employed in the : This store,, b making a record f.r''Itr.tfia'tk.af.r ., .
Claims, of appeal be made by
,f R. S. FLOYD service of the United States (under within may helping people te outfit ...... Come sad .... '.Oar pikes anright. '
%. person 10 days'after the day ,, ... "
certain conditions '" L. .
) See paragraph ". -"f.
] when notice has been posted and mailed .>"' ". '. '*,' > :'f f"?* (I".'IN.' ""iV; .1,4>, vMVt, ".,<{Ii'.-''lI':, '< ., .
of
(e) section 20, Regulations.
Dealer In
' that such person'. name has been ,
6. That you are a licensed pilot regularly i
certified to the district board
Groceries Grain employed in the pursuit of your: who has been called for service as one f
Hay, and Feed vocation. I' not exempted or discharged. apd TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS: :

7. That you are a mariner actually .

Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave. employed in the sea service' of any Therefore 1, Go to the if' you local desire board to appeal-and geta No matter what kind of aa Engine yea !have-Gas,, Steal,

citizen or merchant within the United copy Form 153 or 154 for filing your Railroad or Stationary Eaiae-we have exactly the Tool yea

Try Us on Yoqr Next Order For Feed States. claim of appeal.. need in your everyday work-Wreacnes, Hammers, Oilers, etc, .
8. That you are a married man aU of the bed and "and at that will :>
2, Get or' copy also Form 151 or quality workmanship, price
.. with a wife or child dependent on. 152 for notfylng the district board surprise you. This store .ha the reputation haodUar \\oajy

- you for support. and will make ..!..
'of appeal l. hardware that Is of superior quality yon me '
9. That you have a widowed mother '3 File your claim of appeal (153or take in coming& here NOW and iaspectinf oar Uf stock.
labor for
dependent
on your support. '
154) with the local board.
10. That you have aged or infirm t
Start Now! 4. Send your notice of appeal (Form "
parents dependent upon your labor for
151 or 152)) to the district boarrd.

To Make. Your Tare Equipment support.11. That you are the father of a 5 Do this within; 10 days from the Osceola Hardware Company ;
day when notice that your name was
motherless child under 16 dependentupon
I certified to the district board was
your labor for support.
posted and mailed.
'PI.K. 12. That you are a brother of an
Remember
orphan child or children under 16 dependent : '
1. You only ,appeal the final
can
: on your labor: for support. C. A. CARSON, President. N. C. BRYAN Secretary.
order of the board discharging
exempting
or -
: 13. That you are a member of any !
BEGIN NOW by getting a Fisk for your 'well or refusing to exempt or discharge -
recognized religious sect or or-
:'; spare rim. Thousands of today's users [ganization organized and existent you. You can not appeal other The Waters & Carson
orders action of the local board.
' of complete Fisk equipment began years I May 18, 1917, and whose then existing or ,
:. ,. ; creed or prniclples forbade its Proving Your Appeal
; ago with the purchase of a single tire. Experience i members to participate in war In any You have five days after the district '

" : proved;> them that-the famous form alid"whose religious'convictions board -receives :youf--notice- Grocery ,Company I

Fisk Non-Skid is the greatest dollar-for- are against war or participation you have filed a claim of appeal in
therein in accordance with the creedor which to file evidence additional to 4
dollar tire value-on the market-and'the principles of said religious organi- that tiled by you in the local board, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in t ''

F, standard of Fists' Quality is higher today zation. but all such evidence must consist of

: than ever. These are the only grounds for ex- affidavits. . GROCERIES

FiJc Tint For Safe ByU emption or discharge by a local board. Decisions on Appeal .
\ Another person can file a claim in The decision on 'your 'appeal must

'j your behalf, but must use different: be made within five days of the dos-
4' GRIFFINS' GARAGE forms in filing the.claim. ing Of proof, and you will be notifiedby 0004000040000000 . 0 . .. .. . 0 .
.
.e
.
#' I Ten Day. After Filing Claim to File mail of the action of the board on 0 WE SELL 0 WE BUTT >.
' Proof yoUr appeal. .
I Kissimmee, Fla. 0 ,. .
'- Your claim of exemption or discharge Claims For Discharge on Industrial HAY 1
must be filed within seven daysof Grounds 0 0 HIDES .
.
l \ the lay on which notice to you Only\ the district board' can' receive GRAIN e FURS ' ",' v
\ \ that you are called was posted and FERTILIZERS 1" I', .
'' claims for discharge on the ground 0
mailed. But after WOOL ; .
you have filed your ? r
that engaged in: industry; including -
you are .
.
1 claim for SHINGLES a
exemption or discharge you
1 agriculture found to be'' nec- .. 0 AND .
have 10 days ,within which to file of the mil- I .
essary to the maintenance ORANGE BOXES .
proof.;, ALL, .
is .itary establishment, the effective op- -- ..
The method of proving claim 0 ORANGE WRAPS,
eratlon 'of the military forces, or the 0 COUNTRY , .
very simple, but it is rather exack; If maintenance'of national interest during 0 CRATES '* l( .'
follow'the rules given below : VEGETABLE ., t
yr 5t' you, ,you the emerl'e'ncy. \ PRODUCT. t'i
: will> have done what is required of you. Suchclaim must be filed with the i'. CRATE NAILS, \ ,: .
"S. \
First Go to,the local :find board and the :district' board on or' before 'the .fifth ...... 00000000. .. ....... 000000. . . ,- .,.- .: 00. .- OC44,.: .- .- .- .-. .
consult the regulatlons to out
I day after the,mailing and posting.of
form number of the affidavits that notice that you have been certified by ',We sell field and garden seeds of; all kinds.

r you must ....u'bDlt'for your particular' th.'local board as"one who has been ,Wi I iv. special.attention! 'to fittiac oat huatin and kampi.g: ..perte 1
''daJm: Free delivery ia city Emits.' 'f'Laae.u.' J :SWe I
called for service and not exempted: or
Second. Ask 'the board for 'the I are county,agents for good fettilizan., ;:Ask u.for oicolar: and pncf. ".4, ;J.I!

blank affidavits.that are necessary ia (Continued, page C). 1,r en f---.. j'T'

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n'I FOUR THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. JULY 20,. 1917 '


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KISSIMMEE WHY TAMPA FAILED TO GET A CANTONMENTL. : : 411 U4 HilL Rauleraon Noah Christopher .

ALLEY GAZETTE SELECTIVE DRAFT REGISTRATION 4111 n..nnet.. Charles lIartrldl''' .. \
U8 Lanier, James Corb.tt --
j.-Efird write the Tampam Tribune from Fort Oglethorpe. 411 White. Julius Caesar

I .., ........... Every Frl.ay Ca., with reference to the effort of Tampa and Jacksonville to get military "1 US Jennings Wllllams.. Manuel Andrew '(.i'i'41t
Ofaee I. Valley 'O..tte B.Ula.. 420 Otanville William lUll
cantonment located near those cities., In view of the government's pre ent V
I
Klaalaaaaee.. .Lrlaa policy'of protecting the soldier a* much as possible from evil influence Mr. List of Names and Numbers Perapna Registering Under the. 422 Ul Mitchell Peterson,Hadrllk Ed I

w. .. IIARRIS aa 4 BL tt. VANS AOMBW E rd'. letter i i. of peculiar interest at this time: Provision of the Act of Congress, Approved May 18- 414 U. Fulton Robinson Dave, Clarence 1 I i I

I' Tons..e Owen. J*.. 11 Editor Tribune; I read with a great deal of interest the Tribune each 1917. On the 5th Day of June, A. D. 1917 4211 U8 Smiley Byrd Wil. Will .I. .\.\' 1

: day and look forward to its receipt each noon.I U7 Stagles John Lenwo04

F J & I have been noting especially the intereit Tampa i is manifesting in get f Kats, Edgar Douglas 206 Harvey Joseph Emory d8 429 Grant Johnson, blyssea 8ula & I

'ij 1 ting a cantonment located: near there.. Under the Conditions which training J I Weaver Paul Xelso 207 Smith Charles EVerett 410 Kahkmen Leurt I.ak I
;, 3' Steed William Jephunneah' 208 Peake, William H. 411 Gobin. Joh. t. ,
and mobilization established in the United States the '
camps camps are now fog Miller Merrill Millard 4a2 Gaddls. Manuel I''
4 Parker WhiteShearouse 210 Anderson Howard W. 4aa General James
Armstrong
p dated in Friday' Tribune "prejudiced against Tampa"as :
authorities are a* II Oeorire Marlon, Jn 211 Pereona, 0..0.V. 4a4 Simmons, Ed ,
well as Jacksonville. New Orleans and any other similar "open" cities 8 Nelson walter J. 211 Lamb.euben Guy 4a6 Earst, Arthur Howard
1 Prentls William Roy Ira W, . ,
213 ,
Lamb
Thompson 4a8 Lanl.r. Bodges
"" This new army which i is now being organized it the one to decide the I Plant. Romeo Mo. ., 214 Henry.Qorver ... 4a1 Brown Joe .

," outcome of this most terrific international struggle, and is now being or 10 9 Bishop Wynn,John George William Franklin 0 216 214 Johnson Bryan Eugene Lacy Earl C. 418 4all''' Jane McWhlte. Joshua Fletcher I I

{1t. ganized under the most favorable condition possible. Soldier are fatheredagainst 11 Lancaster. Eddie Albert 217 Cromartle, Louis Homer 44(1 K..n..d, Willi' :" Lee F" ,.

,.-.. vice of all kinds, even more strictly than most father watch over I 12 15 La Rotunda lnh Kmbry. 219 218 Smith Smedal.Wm.' Harold AUlfulltU.a20 441 Moody l.anl john Jesse.. 1.

gsrATe PRE Py their sons. It is a crime for soldiers or, officers to even take a drink of 'any- 16 14 Martin persons: ,Hoy Nathan Kppea Decatur. 221 Gardner Cobb. Amos Claudius Alexander Kmlte i m t44 Simmons Ontlfn. Ben. Robert B.'. H. '

l' thing alcoholic stronger than one-half or one per cent alcohol. 16 ,C/hrinn,George Charlie'Palmer 222 Smith, Kirby 445
,,1'of." The medical department of the army is being better organized for the 17 18 Oarrett Nelson Clyde H. ' 224 223 Hitch Green. Fato Alonco 48Young 117Harvey.. .Randolph Irving .' "t t

}' I general betterment and efficiency of the lighting forces than has_ever been 20 19 Johnaton..James Hunt Ola Harris Moore 226 Cobb Jay 448 Haall, John H. .
a.b.rrlr/l. Ratea 226' romantic, Andrew 4U .fuller. Will
,t .ne CO9Yi One Tear._....,.___._-'-...-'2.00 attempted before. The l nealth of a soldier is watched over as carefully as 21 Has. John Tally Edward 227 Rills, Vertier Reed. 450 Lee. CyrulI'r:,
1'> Fewell. George .
". One Copy *Six Months__.___...... 1.00 summer. The' condi- 22 228 Yates, William Arthut"Jones 461 BaIRd..n. U..o. D. -
babe in' its second absolutely
that of perfect sanitary 23 Richards, Benjamin
:'j One Copy. Three Months.____..---- .75 a 229 Tanner. William Oscar 452 Padgett. Sol 1 '
, tion 6f the camp is the first consideration i this not only includes the cleanliness 24 25 Coleman Uratton.. James Edward Gregory Abel 230 Hanaell,'John Vance- ua Base Nat p.U4 .
231 Hmlth Nicholas2X2
..
,.: All communications except must from our be of the camp proper but the'mess kitchens, the mess hall, the kinds, 26 Croxton., Maxwell'Earl Mark. William Jr. 465 Arnold Ii. Grant Arne.
authorised correspondents 27 Wllle John Oerrlt
:\\1.1 algned by the writer. preparation, care and even the delivery of food is closely watched; the disposal 28 Bullock. Henry Stanleyr.dY.io' 233 234 Zanders McNorton, William, Henry Napoleon 458 4fi1 (Sessions'arson. Chall.. Cha.A.A.Ir. ;:

,L" Rejected matter will not. be returned. of garbage the attention to tents, barracks, bedding and even the bathing 29 DO : : lbur Eugene 286' Robinson Charles Alexander 458 "';alan.8ylv."t..r. 1
unless called for. 236 Evans, Carrlnvton Sa.ntlous23T
'l" of the soldier i is superintended by an expert in this line.- The medical de- SI Jones Frank. Joseph Howard Daniel Bole 461 4110' /Story " (J Entered In the Postofflce at Klsslmsnee '' 32 Barber Clarence Millard 238 Rogers" Samuel Melvin. tel Kllpatrick IIrAyton It J'
'', .. Florida, a. second-claaa matter.) > partment it on the alert all the time far diseases 'of all kinds among those de- 33 Kenedy Robert Lee 239 .Sylvester Walter 461 Tindall. J..II B. ''

i pendent upon it for prevention of disease and death: Inspections are made 34 Ha.Haney, Ordla James H.&IC'aa5 240 Davis Samuel LeRoy 481 Bass Clyde H. . ,' i!' ,'
241 Hollenbeck Hubert Emory
.t .. <' JULY 20, 1917 upon every soldier in the army every two, weeks. These are general inspections 18 Han.Has...'Frederic. Acle Franklin McLendon3T 242 Woodard Louts 484 466 Johnson Barber Clyde Barney. 1.. A. : I

j to detect anything that might be. abnormal, but special attention is paidto 38 Crumby, Sam: 243 244 Evans Washington, Weyman Henry Potter 187 468 .Tindall Leonard O.

4J* ';. A fat bog 'on every farm is a. conj the condition of the teeth and feet of the men, and specifically important is 40 SO (Eades.Carson Floyd Marlon Bryan. 246 246 Allen Whltaker Isaac Will 4811 446 Yates Pavage, ryan >YB. .. .!,

.: summation devoutly to be wished. the detection of any venereal disease. for 1 the past hundreds of years typhoid 42 41 I Yates>odd,, Roger Jesse Jame. 247 Sumner, Robert L;' 410 Story Story Harley Barney
fever and venereal diseases have been the of the : 248 Mines Johnny 41 I Hunter. Henry Eo
bugbears Up
.k 1 1 Let's realize it'. army 41 Lock Charles Dan 249 Uearden. Albert Elias 471 Guy, Tullv' H. I 1 r
I I'i until the time inoculation against typhoid fever became' compulsory in the 44 46 Harvey Blackman Fred Frank Brown Talmadcre 250 Bass, Dupont Querry 411 Jackson James O. I I
251 00041 James Wllllnra
j 'men who died from thus disease alone than 46 Hay Henjamln Harrison man. 474 Smith, Joe '. _1IN_
army there were more were killed : .. '- _.-__ ,... Ji'Ulitl1lJ.iljj.i")
' What Is aerial supremacy T Uncle ....'ti ll1'1I.-.QJa'. ____iii_IN -eqU1u.cnar1rro.- ; 49e 14a.s" '.v7rr6y : "
""1 "''ffOOQnew ( 'r1tt wl'f.pNflteT; |-.dise .d;attihv'irt s jdt" d"ffiit'"iri iFt 1"\tfim' "'"iie:rv'iice 48 Stevens. Otis 264 Brown IsaUh 416 411J'CI..hand.l".rttC'lIIlilm. N. r '
.r 8r.&FIiTSdeltillfit"tiasileriif'l ; i ]\ William O. '
49 McCalllater.. Daniel O.
.
from the This condition has been 256 Hall Will. '
than did received ;
wounds enemy. now 60 Westervelt "William-. Walker William HardinIII'
s"""for foreign service.. :\ 266 Hell, Lewis
airplane ((479'
: Durranee.
I RUfford
entirely changed. Every soldier who enters the army is inoculated against typhoid M Young; George William. Oaborne 287 Martin, Porter 480
+ It may be too late to build a silo, and if a single case of typhoid [fever, should develop in a command-the. ,62 61 Journlg-an.Mason William Owen 258 269 "Cornell Wheeler James Jacob Almet Benjamin 481 488 'Chandler 1'110.' ..... Bethel ;)'?',

but It isn't to'late'j-egret that 'you surgeon who is responsible for the health of"that command it held.odirectly 68 64 Schmidt Kvana, Joe'Ollv.r John Carl- - 261 2AO Rlnearson Folks Soloman -Johnathan Howard 48a Smith Rosier John Leban'r ,

for that of and has the .60 .McGrixUler, James Harry { :Henrys: 484 (litre. Ol..n. I
f have .none. Don't let this conditioq: responsible' case typhoid to explain highef authority 67\ avis. Moses 262 PadKett. 4811 Pearce.. Claude r
f r prevail next? year whys and wherefores, and his, explanation must be adequate. In regard to 68 Hatch Clarence 264 263 Pitts Williams., John Ernest 488 Walker John Hardy Jr

venereal disease, it i is' a crime for a soldier to contract a disease of this type fill l C'owirer Hutrhey.Milton" Aluer Earlel Alonce 265 Combs darnel Norman 4811 4'1 Walker tta..IJI. Carl. Wllb.r Fred .,
2t6! James, David
; that with the strict and the close 01 Hnrtlvy. John Edgar 4811 Thomas.. William Janice ,
f Klssimmee Is making plans to establish and I am sorry to say even regulations 62 Battle), Leon 267 Maker James I 4110 (handler MarvIn Hardin

t a city park and.it is now pro watchfulness there are a great many criminals of this sort, but the sites of the fin .Jon.. Arthur?Morris t 268 269 Yates.Johnson William Will 491 Chandler Graver. Taylor "
: and are'chosen 'with this in mind. ", fl4 .\Vllllam Prince Henry 270 Evans, Robert Randolph I 492 Smith. Iarenee Alford '
'
camps cantonments 49a Yates
"d ,: posed to secure a tract of some twenty (16 Alaton. Ouatile 271 Lest'sne Joseph Henry John fit ,

'r I acres for that purpose. Beach Rowdy drunken soldier are unheard of at Fort'Oglethorpe. of all fl7 tl6 Leaoane.Edy. General Elliott 272 Keith, Harry; I 494 496 Lowe Thompkins Ray .E.A. Roland 'I I

i ',i t Post. sorts is conspicuous by its absence.. Soldiers when they are off duty'gointo flll sturk-y.t Clyde. 274 273 Hubbard.Daniel John Walter Henry 4911 491 1)esauseure Davis. Richard .
: fill! HRrb..r.Vllllam Isaac Eugene" ,
.. Chattanooga on street cars or in busses .in a most orderly manner do 70 Johnson Romla 275 276 Silas.Hrown.1 : Lawrence Henry ) 498 Herrin Van ,

Y 4; The Kaiser is likely .to wake up their shopping go to a movie get a supper at a restaurant for a change 71 72 (i'laiyer.amore Jlhba. Sam Prlmous 277 Ashton Rudolph 600 499 Jordan Tyson James Henry Spencer'L. i I', /

f i some mroning with that "heavy, have a turn at bowling or billiards a bottle of near-beer (one-half of one percent 73 McLaughlin Randall 278 279 Lesennef White, Horace Nathaniel Thomas 601 602 Ianler Frank ' .

heavy hangs over thy head" feeling alcohol), and are back in camp better for having had the outing. How 74 76 Harper I'nrlln John William Clayton Claudius 280 2K1 Stokes Keen, ,Ira Ira Eugene Brant loa Thomas Lanier .Ira Charlie ,

when those 22,000 airplanes appear on different from the mobilization camps of "98! The training i the boys are get- 76 Ixirenze., Fred Augusta 282 Ivey, Robert Lafayette 1\011 604\ Smith Fuller, Daniel Julian "'yl) I "
77 Farmer James Caraon Ablt '
i. the horiton. ting now i i. excellent for every mothers son of them mentally morally and 78 Cobb, Benjamin "Hranklln Jr. 284 2X3 Bryant Overetreet Edward George Malcolm.. 607 608 Roberson. Garrett ,<

physically. This ideal condition of affairs could not be had though with 7H 80 Cooper McLend, Grant Lee Oliver. 286 286\ Cromedy William 5,5 Burger. Louie ;rr": : ;'

Conversation the, of ice 81 Hili' Johnston Henry 609 Burger, nN-, .: r.. .f
; a ; ; on subject out the thorough co-operation' thecities nearby these camp 82 Tlndall. Roland Harold 2a1 Acre Alb..rt28S 1'>10JurP4! >y. Thomas 8. .

4t I :. 'lost much of its chill in several l nearby Chattanooga i is a beautiful little city of about 75.000 inhabitants lying 83 Cobb Llndsey John Henry 289 Overstreet Reaves, Coy, Roll L. 611&U Sackhoff. ('lItrord If r

last week when the companies( 84 Haye., Arthur Hiram 290 Lanier Kirby Johnson Will -I
towns between Lookout Mountainon side
t in a basin one and-Signal Mountain and 86 Jenkins, Charles Robert Jr. 291 Lanier Earl 6U Ty.on. Enoch Nelson
;4 applying this commodity jumped the Missionary Ridge on ,the 'other. Fort Oglethorpe is about eight miles distant 86 Patterson Harris 292 Lanier, Dan 1111I 614 Avant 1'ritebett Eugene, H. C 11'<\J.

# t ;" price considerably. from the city over Missionary Ridge. Chatanooga has no "red lights." If a 87 88 Brown Oavla ,Kd Isaac 293 294 Lamb Bronson Thomas Robert J.E. 617 616 'Vhltt..d.. .Htaneley John Lee Henry N .

su.piciousIooking'woman is seen on the streets she is immediately taken into 88 .Muller John Henry Plant i iHO v 295 296 Lee. Arthur J. 1111 Fears Evans.. Horace Henry. ., .
Hrenaon Lonnie .
'," f Uncle Sam Is asking for 1,000 men 'custody. Every hotel and boarding house and rooming house i it scrutinized 01 Tlndall Ben. 197 Bronson Oscar 620 511 Thomas, WIl. L. ;
.. who will silent for ten month .2 Livingston. Gay Cushlng 298 Bowen Oscar Guy Whitehead Oscar
keep by not only, the city police but by a force of plain clothe detectives, as wellar .3 Smith Au.tln Edwin 299 Allen Leon V. &II Padgett. Charles Henry p ....
,:) ,It'slucky he el n't'need a thousand uniformed officer from the fort. Alcoholics tabooed 94 nroas, George Lawrence 300 Lanier Wade H. 1121 Burke James. Matthew
Could 628
, e are absolutely. fill Taylor. John Benjamin 301 Roberts, ;James C. Owen.. Felix Washington ;
y women who wonld.be compelled to keep this ideal condition of camp exist eight miles from Tampa? We are forced to 118 Kronson, John L. SOS Fletcher Charlie B. 1\24 6211\ Smith Asburry ,
:Jim
Fountain
. a secret for that)length or time. admit that under the existing conditions in Tampa could not.. This js,'orie fl1 1111 Johns Barber. henry Everett Cooper. 14 103 Prescott Peterson Melvin Charles' 1118 Smith Johnnerton Robert t

09 Silas. Elmer Wright 106 Todd. Harry C. ; : Bartow, Dougla.
rr.
t;: 'The commissioners of OseeolaI great big reason why Tampa cannot get a cantonment. 100 Barclay. Walter Lester 306 Lee; Orrle Neville 628 Edris. .awrence f
1129 '
.e .. 101 Richardson Heseklah. 307 -Northrop. Burdette Klbbs Ingram Harry Russell r
county have been petitioned to call an 102 Ford Ernest Gray 808 Overall. Ralph Emory sao Oauslng. Frank Albert '
r All Indication* point to the accomplishment 103 Sweet, Maasooet 309 Padarett Henry lilt RIIe, Venoy Andrew .
I electino for $225,000 for the construction SHINGLE CREEK 104 Sharpe James Elmore 310 Meyer Cecil ,i i &al Paraon.. Stanley.
of'a fine' highway from Killslmmee of a highway improvementof 106 Rolton Harvey ." I, 311 Mann Henry Daniel 688 Walker Mitchell
.
L great importance to a vast 106 Sharpe, Sidney Monroe '< 311 RlKKan James Harvey 681 Galloway Henry 1
; i to Melbourne.-Palm Beach Post. very 107 Rmlth. Robert. Erhy ' SIS Johnson Charles JIulbert 1\85\ Iamnton Ed +
} section of Florida territory. This Is 10ft Sharp.. Steven .. .. 1188 Johnson Daniel. A
514 :
i ; E. Hatch Carnet "jjaS16t .'!
\ Mr. and' Mrs L. D. .Overstreet ". lilT 'J.
k k l ) other than, the pavingtiwithbriek 109 Wllllanla, EIIPhlet. \ Iieaucbamp, Orren"Mllol. ki\:, 688 Lewis? W""I"Y i\\\'i\\ ;, ,
.. The Lake Worth Herald none Wilson Rufus <
: .,remarksj 5; ;( left;Tuesday i to spend some;'time\at 110;: Simmons. Carl 816 Wethers, James -*w ,,- 639 ( ?
Morris.
of., the >fmiles' of Dixie 111 Oliver Thadlas 817 Bullard. George Franklin Jr Wilson
' \' food,i l'\ Jolng twelve
: 't-With: coal\clothes and V' 1140
St. Augustine and .other point 112 Rpelr. Robert Lee 515 ,Oraham. Henry Clay Robinson Elijah
,. 'op it is no wonder that resident of Highway' extending from Kissimmeeto 113 Lawson Cordon Rosier 819 Plummer John 641 Roberts. Fred. John
''' Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Tyner entertained 114 Prrscott. Christopher 820 Huffman James Melville
the Polk line.The Osceola
: the north are planning to come 'down' county 116 Partin. Henry Oscar 321 Hatch. Frederick. A-

,1 ; .. south this winter. For real popularity county convict 'gang has been put to a night few friends at their home Saturday 117 116 Bacot(Cromartle James James 322 323 Padarett.Drawdy.: Hiram Willie A. \ At the Churches

.
:': ,; ." it looks like Flor a will hold the work on the construction of the grade 118 enard. Joe 824 Montsdoca. Robert M.
r Walter Bronson 119 Miller James White Jr. 386 Andrew., Robert -
daughter
and before long contracts will be Mrs and. ,,
very
title thl.
bj year. 120 Martin, Prince Albert 326 Cranford Reid Davie SOUTH KISSIMMEE
awarded for: the paving with brick Annabelle spent Sunday with the for- 121 Iamb, Thoma. Heseklah 327 Marsh Jamea Laird BAPTIST MISSION -
; mer's sister Mrs. W O. Bronson .t< 122 Evans, Benjamin Ell.worth S28 Riddle Lovick Bounch
I 1'! The United State I is putting: the! concrete or Some other permanent sur- 123 Rouarh arden, Orle SS9 Edward., Newton Lawrence 1
facing material. This will' Traveler's Rest. 124 Myers. Je..e 880 Russell John Wesley
mean a
in patriotism. The Kaiser didn'tthink 126 HuKhey.' William\ Albert SSI Edwin Evans Sunday July 22.
we would do It-but just look. continuous paved highway between' Mrs. StefTe-s: spent Sunday with Mr 126 Muse, Robert 833 Bass.e'td a Lester ,
,. 127 Farmer. Charles Luther 883 Barber Warren Sunday school 10 a: m.
l'pa1't' Billion of dollars'raised for the Liberty Jacksonville and Tampa.-St. Augus- and Mr. Henry Balknight.. 12R Nlswong.r. John Raymond 334 Hull Ivan. Fred Preaching by the t
12. Arnold ;Joe sail Lamb Leon Dale pastor 7:45 p. m_
, r.. tine Evening Record. I
Loan millions for the Red Cross W. L. Mosely and family spent Sunday ISO Print: James Cecil 336 Knight Oliver Clayton A meeting of days will begin Sunday
l :ltd thousands of troops landed in with Mrs. Lessie Mosely and family 131 Williams, Earl Lee 387 Short. Joseph.Jr. night -
132 Chapman John William 558 conducted by the
American troops abroad have been Nlswonser, Lydlas Z. 1 pastor and
: :, . France--:.Columbia Record. in Kissimmee.Mrs. 133 Mack, Oscar 559 Bailey Clarence A. members. The
nicknamed "Sammies." The soldiers 134 Rlever Otis Bradley : 140 Harvey. Wesley pastor hopes to do his
j R. 1. received crate of 136 Walles. Arthur ? 841 best.. Will the
: of Ivey a Barber ;Joe Edward members do the ?
Florida's contribution the Red every .country have their pseud ; same
i to. from' lie Woodall, Thomas Jamea 842 Peterson Leonard Joseph One
Cross fund onym. The French soldiers are known Elberta peachse last week her 137 Cooper. Clyde 848 Decker .karl Samuel. thing we know. A great blessingIs -
averaged cent
twenty-five husband is jed. the ISt Starka. Jamea Firman S44 Newton Foster .in store
whq -empl for
tt tIn us if
.1,,: for every man, woman and child in the as "Poilus or hairy on s." The Ger- 13* -Whlddon.Bemorr) P. 846 Tyson, Elmer J. we come up like'
peach packing at Byron Ga. 140 Wilson Clyde 846 Stokes, Andrew Jackson Christians and claim it Come and
called
mans "Bodies. The Brit-
are
f l' srtai Our friend Naugle of the St. : 141 Cornell. Edison Raymond S47 Arnold. William Bradford
Petersburg. Daily Time remark: ish soldiers 'are called "Tommies." Mr. I. P. Tyson and children spent 143 Harmon. Roy 848 Mann Andrew Warren help n* and chare in the blessing

"Fact of the matter i* it appear that What more natural that the representatives Saturday and Sunday. at the. P. G. Cro-. 144 141 Story Tress Aaron Lawrence Albert Huge 160 849 Simmons Cobb Samuel, Hardy F. I The male quartet will sing for us
martie home 146 Bradley William Charles 86! Rummer Charles at the evening service.
of Uncle Christian This will
Sam should be
I Florida:folk have done their 'two bits'for 146 Forrest Lvnlona Dlaaton 862 Stratton. Charles Nathaniel / appeal
the cause." known a* "S.nimleat.. Miss Ava Lee Prevatt of Kissimmee 147 Wilder John C. 1-I, S63 Ryan. William Benedict. .to lover of good music.
148 Han.el\, William Edward au Edwards, Vernon Clyde
;
was the guest of Miss Lucretia Over- 14* Persona Charles Lowe 166 Kenney Fred B. f
AND RENO Orange, Lake and Polk counties street last week. 160 Krlts. James Max 866 Adam., William MEWS MEETINGAt
a. .i 111 I Pullen Charles Ira 367 Padgett"Jolly I
.- have gone in for tick eradication, and Among the Shingle Creeker who lilt Gregory, William Arthur S6S Ide. William ; J -
A: poatoffic romance: we understand St. Lucie is making 163 Lupfer Samuel Lincoln, Jr. .69 Johnson Harry Hubert 8 o'eOk'next'! Sunday afternoonS
were in town Saturday were Mr and 164 Story Lyles Victor 160 Barber Donovan
,; Frienahip, N. Y. preparations to begin the work.:These 166 Duaenberry Edwin: Clyde 161 Tyson John James at the Methodist Sunday school rooms _
Mrs. Art Bronson and Mr. and Mrs. 166 Bass Wada Hampton 162 JefTeraErnestB. ._ __._ __ the -
laymen
lx>reV are ,the four counties which immediately I E..L...Overstreet,-Malcolm Overstreet, :167 -Ba.s.-Leon-Ra1'mond 163 Barber;Joseph H. .IT , of Kissimmee be gladr"to
168 Ward, Joe White 164 McBeath, Samuel welcome all
.Kissimmee11'la-: ; '- - surround"UK Will Otceola" the men and boys to their
Earlo Bronson, F. H. Tyner, Walter I6> Batcher. William Colonel 165 Ferguson, Ira ,
t' Ring Ark. recognized leader'in the cattle industry Bronson Ped and Mr R. L. 160 Ooldaton. William fee Taylor, Roy Walter meeting, and it will do you good to-
g Tyson *
161 Cower, John Orvllla 167 '
Thompson Archie : ,.
attend.
Parson Boston merlc be the last in South Flor
Ky. county
n. Ivey. :181 Hanaell. Benny 168 Gilbert Frank Orrin {
ida to take up the eradication work T 163 Alford. Lester Rrneaf 169 Baaa, John Crawford Come and spend an hour with
"
us.
NOT SO BAD I. Mi Iva NUwonger, who has been j 164. Alderman Ed Wilton 170 Sage James Whiting and will
you receive
t 166 McKee Gordon Augustus 171 Halley William Edward a blessing. a
,,; ..'- -' Osceola county has voted $100,000 spending the' summer at Tampa, i* !166 Harper Henry Claude I7S Montsdoca. Samuel
( has been submitted to'the I arrive here next week. :167 McKee Edgar Cleveland. 173 Vandenbura LeRoy
A to
1 project bonds for the construction of a road expected 168.[ Roll, Km met Sheridan 174 Barber John Ransom CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICES !

Mexican authorities looking Howard from Kissimmee to LoughmanA-Sara- L. N. Neikirk and daughter, Mrs: R. j 149. Rmlth. Julius May 174.!Zi B"rberWilliam Jackson ;
:70: Howard Eugene Sullivan ;John
4 J the financial betterment of the poorer sota Times. L. Ivey, called at the C. O. Newlon ]71 Hansell Everet Ethel. 177 Pad".... Robert Bills Instructions Saturday, July 21st, at

w x 1i agricultural classes; whcih .is known home Sunday; ]171 Hansell.Bass James Henry Dar..ood11a Morg"II' 178.IIS Sawyer Blake Frank George McCormlck LaMar 5 p. m. Devotions! and confessions at

fe among the employee -of the department Kissimmee is making an effort to Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Byrd were KI.J J 74 76 James Rlmmons.' Johnny Henry H. 881 Hul Bass.. Noah Edgar Charles 7:30. Mass Sunday at 8 a. m. Sunday-

y 4 of finance as "the ,Noah's ark get .an .approp atlo for a postoffice immee callers Saturday. 1 178 Hanaell Edward Jackson ''81 .Harher- Hardy school immediately after Mass.ANNOUNCEMENT".

", building..-Sarasota Times.GET J 77 Butler John Malchlah aal Carlln. John B.
bill. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Garrett called at 178 WllheranoonJoeAlpbon.o 184 Prather, Grlpp t "l'Tl3ih':
; ,Xt proposes that the government II the .home of'Mr. and Mrs. Johnson 11. Orean. Ruben 888 Nick low. Doree
1R0 I Bass, VernjeSI 188. Lon, John William
1 t' ;i either, give' to each agricultural family YOUR WHITEFLY FUNGUS Sunday.W. 1 I Bass. Barney y S87 Simmons, Oscar Walton -

'r or aid each family to buy twq'p1gs> W. Alman and children are 182'J Wlthersnoon Samuel Alfred Gal- 188 Htokes,*Aaron Fletcher The ladies of Kissimmee, who are 'r

. two goats, two rabbits, a hen and a The cold winter served to kill mucho spending a few days here this week. 83 Flake.WCartlandt Frank :IS 90 :r.nF:: James Lesley Raymond Interested in providing comfort bags'

1 t rooster, a duck and a drake and pairs { the parasitic fungus of the whitefly Miss Mildred- Anderson spent Friday I 1-4 86 Prevatt Zody Will, Charles Fox: 3r 391 I.t Goodman Oalloway Judge Aron Malone for the Klsalmmee soldier are urgenty -'.

of'other farm animals.-' ''The project a'nd if growers'are not to experi in Kissimmee.Mr. 1 86 87 Tlroivn.Wesley,Benny;Jerome "' <'I\ 111I all4 Riley Ray R requested to be present at the Hart, '
Ryan Charles B.
asserts ''that with but little.car. and ence severe attacks of the fly It,.will I ., arid Mrs. G C. Bronson 'were 1'8ft.. Hills Willie 1911 Williams, Harry C. I : Memorial Building Saturday after; '

tY .expense the natural increase these be necessary for them to get culturesof Kissimmee passenger Monday. :10::8* Jon.Reed Samuel Jon..phat Joseph ".97 96 Shaub.Kennon Alfred Charles Guy ," noon at. 3:30.: This .is a' work in .'

t, t .families would.speedily drive the wolf the fungusand introduce them into 1: Roberts, Harvey " ', " 118 Kenedy Henry. O. which every one should take part by v:
91 Loyd C. .1.
Charmllnfr
' ':from, the doors of the Mexican. agriculturists. their groves., at once says J. R. Watson Mrs. Marion Gilbert of Jacksonville, i IS Jennlnara:: f Palmer ,' 400''' Lowman Bverson Thomas John Harrison contributing toward the material or \ "

t of the Florida who i S4 Bronaon Charlie Leon ,,401 Lawrence, Will r the
University grand guardian of the I 1'1
> experiment a past II Hansell Fred Melton OJ Sheppard. London l ( work.'r
'
;'The idea f* not'so, bad and: a modified station. Woodman Circle, was the honor guest l II Evans, Chsrnle "ft.JT < 401 Daniels. Minus

fi a form of that,bID'.JDI ht prove of Order .for this fungus should be 'it .an elaborate dinner 8'f'V'en'bT.Mrs.' 1O. Healand, Willie Olive ' ,...\1;I I0' 4011 04 L Sylvester: mbkln., Peter Clarence led Mr. and Mr. .M. Kate aecompen- ..

.' surprising y'eeulta'1n our: own country sent to the State Plant'Board, Entomological Ploet Wednesday at her 'home on J Ad It Hart.H..., Oils Erne Franklin. 1 :OT OJ, Crosby Simmons, Jams, Arthur Daniel Wllburn daughter by 11..1,Edgar Katz and email II

,\ Just at,this 4 a1sU 'Vben' erery effort ,Department Gainesville, as Maple street. Plate wen laid for t let 'Biles Martin' PnfueOS rrATT1kson 40. Crosby Arthur Owens will motor to Dayton Sat'I
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Nash Frank 40. orda1'
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Brloe Whr0
'on food the station does not and sell the Mrs., Mr and Mrs. W. A. I Raulerson. Lora 'I" the ladle of the
if ',hould h* centered. greater grow Gilbert, , 01. Iv.,. Thomas 410 'Cherry William H.! -m
.,r 04 Renero>>, Anthony 411 reuain :for a week. '
Kate'
Crosby Mr.
< Joiner d Kenneth Harrison
fungus. > family and J..Brown. it i
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? i..J. J Woodall '
'production 01' Jobs Robert ,i'tj'; 413 .800tl" arty: '*, apect to Monday. V
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THE KJSSIMMEE VALLEY c.uEttE'FIU AY, JULY 20, 1917 '- '+ FIVE

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I Mrs. S. L. Lupfer Jr., returned .Fri ESTIMATE OF REVENUES AND EXPENSES ROAD FUND Mrs,. T. H.. Lang and ,hr mother",

If day from Lake City,' where' she has FOR THE FISCAL r.r the Fiscal'.Year,. l.Reidlag.& *ep esaherOth Mrs J., B. Tedder,,will l lave SasWky 1

G'ra.ystone Cas.ino been attending the Baptist State As, YEAR 1917 AND 1918- 1 Salaries of rokd ..up.rlntendents for Rutherford College, N. C.,'to"; visit'

sembly. Paid to County and Oversesrs..tl.tOO.OOS Commissioners ' her sister, Mrs M. G. CMti*. Mr..
FOR VARIOUS FUNDS
'I aecomp&.ythem: far /
for Road Inspect Lang will ** &-
'M,.. J. M. Carson and Mrs. C. A. tlon .. -..,_.-..... 150.00 : -

Carson, Jr., left Wednesday for Color. ''! OSCEOLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.j C............. Bad .....t_ Jackson vi lie.
asses f Reads sad Bridge
Matinee 3:30. : Evening .7:15 ado, where they will spend some time I 'tool of Material. 1,000,00
4 end MachlneFy.--.Cost
j GENERAL REVENUE FUND
visiting relatives. F.. the, Vlepal Y.*. Ie..... ... nakrOta. R.patrs ......T-.:.. 1100.00.. Classifiediron Agvrtt v
...... aLly. Stock Cost and Care '
fragrant for Week af July 23r4iv See''' Dr, Pavis for glasses for poor and Feeding __' 1,400.00 '" .
From Tar R..d..mptlon..un 8, Paid for Free Labor, otherthan -
vision or headache at his Lome office, from R. R. Ex press and Telegraph Guards --.._.. 1000.00
\ Lincoln House. Eyes tested free. Co.'s L.lc..neeT_..____.. 800.00 1 Pay of Convict Guards_...' 1,600.00 ALB
MONDAY TUESDAY From General License ..1.....* 1.too.00 8 Feeding and Care' of Con.
:" Red Feather Photoplay/ Presets H. B. Warner la "WRATH"Ruth Work guaranteed; 3 . Total Estimated Revenue, Exoept < i Convict Mire ..-.-________ .tSO.OO a lake, excellent
Sto.dbonse. aDd Jack MallaaU The Sixth Play of the "SeveD Dead- Capt. Johnson of Kissimmee was Taxes ..____ ...__-... t 800.00 10 Payments on Account of Joins for trucking and farmingom..
T. J. U Overs'treet! Clerk:: of the Circuit Bridges Built .by Contract land and ha
very
fine orange now *
in Fort Lauderdale
", ill "FICHTI G FOR LOVE" J Iy Sins" for a.eral'daystthis Court of Osceola County make --.-... 780.00 eight acre of wood bearing trees! located
week on business.-Fort Lauderdale oath that the above Is.,a true estimate It Payments: on Account of In rood neighborhood, good
WEDNESDMYFaroe. of the Revenues of the Oeneral Rev. Discharged Convicts house and .table*, everything ready
Herald.' enue fund of said county for the fiscal Leased _j _.*............ 160.00 making, and desirable
PI.".... P........... ......../ Also a "MUTT. &: JEFF" year ending September Seth 111 11 Paid Incorporated, Cities r't: low price. We also bays
i'A Ui.INM" F"'n"'U'N' : : /w taxes and Towns __. ..,. .. two other
Rev. A, M. Chisholm and family of except to be levied. according; to u -. 7000.00 stock farm, and will give
"THE LOVE THAT LIVES" CARTOON COMEDY the best of my knowledge, Informationand any one full particulars who may be {
Orlando visited Mrs. J..IL'larri.. belief. Total. .-.....-1: __lza.010.00SPRCIAt sufficiently Interested to make In
J. U OVEItSTREET. quiry. Can ., 'any reasonableminded -
t Thursday. Rev. Chisholm was combining Clerk Circuit Court. PUBLICITY FUND person dear to engage .... .,
THURSDAY FRIDAY business with pleasure. Subscribed and'.worn'to before me Per the Fiscal 'Y... Redlag September ., stock Industry.
Fox Film COrpD. Presents Greater Vitartraph Preuets this loth day of June, A. I>. 1817. **... I..... t,
C. A. Carson few (8eal 8. M BULLOCK Total Estimated Revenue, WB HAVE SOME! GOOD' PLACES for*
enjoyed a days Except
George Walah I. Alice Joyce aDd Harry T. Morey 111 and Notary Public. State of Florida. Taxes __.___.-_...._...... Non.J. tad poultry, well business, close to town; good:
f outing this week left with his son, My Commission,, expires April U, 121. Improved. Alloo..oo4
"THE .
"THE KID IS CLEVfR": QUESTION"SATURDAY J L. Overstreet Clerk of the Circuit house and mix acres ofland close to.
C. A. Carson, Jr., for Camp Hammock, Add taxes 4U mills 'on assessed Court of .Osceola County, make town to deal for a, larger piece oC:
valuation of U.'U.IU.OO.U&.U9.11Tot.1 oath that the above Is a true estimate land In the country.
headquarters for the .Carson Cattle of the Revenues of the Special Public.

Company Tuesday 'afternoon. .. ...--.._........I1T.75S.11 Ity Fund of said county for the fiscal WE ALSO HAVE! a good town propertp
MorolCo icture t&% of above,. ttt.171.il.- year ending September SOth. Itll. and large lot to deal for a farm In.
Company, Presents Theo a' Tw"ReeI KerltoB H. 'his except taxes to be levied according to the country. Come see us. W. can
Dr. S. who tendered
Vi.ai. Martin aDd Se.ae Hayakawa : Geiger, GENERAL FUSS the best of my knowledge. Informationand handle your trades exchanges
"' services to the government several l. F.. the Floral Year Kadlasr Sestemkei.Seta. belief.J. and will give you o.n service
ROGUE' .
1 ba "FORBIDDEN PATHS" "HER ROYAL I..... ,f I* OVERSTREET. AU KINDS of Florida homes ana tar ,
weeks, ago, received a telegram last 'CI..rk' Clerk Circuit Court.Sub.crlb..d vestments.NELSON. '
1 Salary of of the Clr. .
Saturday from Adjutant General Mc cult Court and sworn to before me
as .
County
this. tnth MHALTYCOMFANT
.' day of June. D. Itl7.
ADMISSION Cain of Washington, notifying him County Auditor 1 Per Dlem $460.00 ;tiiliUUUO Notary Public. State of Florida. KI88IMMEH, FLORIDA li
that his offer had been accepted and .
BALCONY IS'CENTS . My Commission expires April It. 'Itll. .
7 S aDd 10 CENTS' ORCUESTRA, 10 ui sue 1660.00 of Commlssloners
that he had been assigned to the meii- ................ 1000.00 Add taxes tt mills on assessed
S Pay of Sheriff for Attendance valuation of t5.t41.SSK.OO..tS.t71.tt WOUD LIKE THE USA of a good cow
PLEASE NOTE-Hereafter oar enl sows will dart at 7:15,.ia. cal officers reserve corps, with the on County Commissioners for the summer or longer j would
ar rank of first\ lieutenant. Dr. Geiger -- .-.....--..... 14 00 Total -.._..._....____. .'.. ... have the best of care. Will be wellfed :- +
stead or 7:00 e'docL: 1, 4 ,Judge; of County Court.SOO.OO: 11I'1(, pf above,' ".811.0'. : and_have good range. Addr....,

,i took. the examination.. Jacksonville -I_.County. KAta- ...Mrs: 1._ __B '.ft._.R. .No:._1_:. ._51.ltpd
. :iif.ftJ.t! ip.IH1I. -
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MMMMWriKlfc J '!;t1i.. - --- _. -YJ_"' ;;;;g' V 1f ; ..slmatit; 'IM ..tf 67.itJ
one S Attorney for County Commissioners $e'r .the Fiscal Veer Rndlag' September THOHK WHO ARE HUNTING bargain
In Shoes Ito K. H. Lawson '
; ... .. 180.00 g
Seth. 1IM |
A. E. Lang Jacksonville retiring' f.h.-I-'t;
S 7 Jailerv Supervisor ... '. .. SOO.OO: .sp..clal.PubJlclt- --.____:_.__..1.11.11Total' YOU WILL FIND BARGAINS'la/ every. e"
district commercial for -"'- :' -- ? 160.00It..plr.

jI. L INTERESTING--LOCAL .ITEMS 1 Western Union,-Telegraph manager Company. \; the, *.!.-. Ins-s::- Court to County Hous.1.t.OOO Build- .JIO' i .. ...*"'....-............-...,..$,...l1..e Ilse I keep-llww.otw.

"..mow 10 .TaU. .. ........... 888.00 SEARS UNION OVERALLS union made. You-
was a< Kissimmee'visitor last week, 11 l<'urntture and Fixtures SURFACE ROAD FUND should have a suit when working on
F.r the Pleeal Year KiMllag Kept.her auto. F. H. Lawson. .
i for ....... your
Court
.. . .o ..oooo.o.o.o.o.ooo E. &. W. Collars. Quality Store. and ,with his successor, M.' H. Luff, 11 Furniture and.House Fixturesfor 800.00 Dot...-ISIH.
Total Estimated Revenue, Except !: ." LADIES YOU SHOULD SEE
these nicefine
:]Mrs. J. R. 'Sample spent Wednesday also of Jacksonville, visited the local It Kxpvnse Jail 0.t County'Bulld-[ JOO.OO I Ta... .........._.........None Rain Coats at 06. F. H. Lawson.-

! Weather Report in Kissimmee. Haines City Her. offices here on Thursday and Frfday. in KB: Janitors and other I, J. L. Overstreet. Clerk of the Clr. '
cult Court of O.ceola WOULD LIKE TO HEAR from *
They themselves much Attendants _. .......... 800.00 County make owner
ald., expressed as 14 Expenses of County Bulld- oath that the above Is a true estimate who has good body of round timber
pleased with Kissimmee in every way. Ina-s: Light, Fuel" and of the Revenues of the Special Road for sale close.to railroad. FuJI particulars
Water Fund of se. ...d county for the fls- In first letter as to lo
Men's Dress Shirts, same old price, .Mrs. L. R. Farmer will leave Thurs. 15 County Physician- -_??- *S6000 6O.00 .al year ending. September 10th Itl*. ,cation terms and grade 0 rrICt. .

Following are daily temperatures at} Quality Store. day for Oxford where she will spend 16 Incidentals ._ _....__ ,500.00 except taxes to be levied. according\ to Address'Box 1041. Orlando Fla
,
and precipitation. as reported Miss Anna returned from 17 Care of County Poor: the'best of my 'knowledge. Information titt.pdva
by Government station Hyatt three weeks with relatives.DEERPARK. Repairs and Additions to and b.llef..
where Poor Houses J. L. QVKRSTREET. WANTED to buy wV>rk horse,
Daytona Beach last week she and Farms. 1.268.17 not
.
Klnimn! fc- *h week ending
at ,
It Furniture and Fixtures for Clerk Circuit Court. over eight rears old. f:H. B. Hudson
Thursday, July 19: has been visiting: friends. Poor Houses and Farm. 400.00 ilubsrribed.and sworn to before me or call on Nelson' R..|ty Co.
It. Expenses Operation of PoorHouses this 80th day of June. A. t). 1117.
Max. Mln. Rain Miss Almenia Dozier, who has been and Farms.._... l.OOQ.OC (Seal) 8. H.: BULLOCK WANTED--Local and District Organ
Friday _____98 72 10 Allowance Madei to Paupers Notary Public, State of Florida. isers for the fastest. ling life and
the attractive of Miss Ethel Lee
guest Otuslde of Poor My Commission expires April It. Ittl. accident certificate ever before offer
Saturday9/ 75 returned to her hope in Arcadia Sat- .Houses _-.'-___-.....- 1,600.00 Add taxes 7 mills on assessed ed. Fraternal organisation. Co-op..' r
, Blanche Clark entretafned{ the '
," Sunday __...95 72 Mrs. SI Coroner's Inquests: Fees of valuation of tt.t4tSSt.OO.841.tOS erative, graduating polloy. New Idea I'
urday. Officers, Juror. and Witnesses winner Good contract to organ
Ladies' Aid Society of the Hopkins ._ ...._... ...
.
Monday98 72 S50.00 Total _.' .. _..|4i SOS.SS isers with opportunity for advancement. .
f 73 Mr, and Mrs. Earnest Mach and son, Union Church last week. About, '23 SS Insanity Inquiries. : Fees" of ,01%" of above, tSt.tSS.ltT Write quick for full Informa
.95 .
Tuesday .
Officers and Committees. 250.0Q tion. Loyal Fraternal Union Stll-
,
-'. Wednesday ...96 72 Robert, Mr. Piano, Mr. Plant/Miss Or. ladies enjoyed a sumptuous picnic din St (Stationery and Printing:' HARD SURFACE ROAD FUND we II. Okla. itdt t-p

Thursday.97 72 .48 pha Rose and Miss Mattie Belle Harris ner of 'soup, meat, salads, tomatoes, Blank.General, eta Stationery.........._.. 400.00 'er the Flmrmt aoth Yea ISIS K.dlag Septemher: WILL SELL, exchange or lease for coltlvatlon '

motored to Orlando Friday after cakes, peaches, lemon-ice, ice cream, 14 Record Books .-.... 1000.00 For Hard. Surface Roads..t41,801.IS ; twenty .c.... tract near KIs.miS. i'
.. .. St Advertising Required by : .' ??. R. P. Barnes, JI1. N. list Q
:.r 1I:. ...0000000..0000000. noon. candy, iced tea and ,coffee, etc.' Part Law and Paid for by J Total'.. ------.-._.._....,.$ l.toi.SSS. St. Phlldaelphla, Pa. S7-4t
of the day was spent in finishing County --' -------.----..'1000.00
The Misses Mildred and Lenore S< Commissions Paid to Offlcers I : R. B. DIST. NO.' 1. RETIREMENT : FOR 8ALEJ-800 1-year-old .edlllllll
Fire Insurance, See A. E. Drought nice wool quilt.for the,benefit lof the : Tax Assessor ........ 1.500.00 FUND I Grape>frult Tre._. Price lie each C;
I Van Duzer spent the week-end at the 17 Tax' Collector 1800.00 H. Funk. Kissimmee, Fla. 11.1'
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F
society. The workers'weer entertained { DemonsrationAgent r the Fiscal Tear R.dl.g, !JoIot..... '
I Butterick Patterns at Quality Store. home of C. H. Funk and wife, on Hll- St Government Seth. 15/8? DWELLINGS
.. 1100.00 for
rent
by beautiful graphophone selections. - Apply t* )r
{.' liard't Island. and It Clerk Circuit Court Recording Total Estimated Revenue Ex. Tiller p'
Bathing
a picnic
wife and daughter I
Mr. A. Rosen; : All listened with delight' to : and General dept Taxes ...._-..-._.___.._..Non.t. .
visited Tampa last Tuesday. supper was enjoyed Saturday. Mrs. Court Work ..."-..... 50.00 J. :Z. Overstrset Clerk of the Circuit AVTOMOBILH ROAD MAP* ONLY Me
several
Clarke
piano solos'by '0.. Expenses': ,of Election._.. 400.00 Court of Osceola County make Pocket else Florida Auto Road
'
Harold Richardson, and Bradley Councilman .J. K.:; 'Singrletary left and Mrs. Rowe the last number being"A Reserved for Contingencies oath that the above Is a true estimate Map complete and newest edition. .t
.. -.-,-...........- '.'00.00 or the Revenues of the Retirement Offer for short time only On pale at
Harris left Friday for Akron, Ohio the first of the week for a visit to his Perfect Day." A fitting close fora Fund of said county for the fiscal Valley Qasette of II 00. loft

Total ../ __-.___.-!11.111..17 year ending September SOth. ItlS.
E. & W. Shirts, no fade. Quality children, who are spending: the summer perfect day' outing. Afterwards except taxes to be levied, according to GENERAL FARMING Is profitable In
Store. with relatives at. Kissimmee. Mr: W. T. Anders had the pleasure of FINK AND FORFEITURE FUND the best of my knowledge Informationand bilities Florida.for To live know stock Florida'and pose.. ;
Per the Plant Year ........ eepterbes belief. poultry
Miss Lazele Marshall of Lakeland Bradentown Journal. photographing the entire.group.; set*, '.'80. J I Clerk* OVBRSTRttET.Circuit raising, ,dairying read the; fruit Florida and Farmer-trackgrowing

Ernest Green Mrs. Rowe expects to be a residentof From Tax ........ 1100.00 < Court. and Homeseeker. Six months trlat
Mrs. Redemptions.
!is visiting her aunt, actingas Subscribed and to
Mr. B. M. Hall who has been sworn before me subscription II
: Deer Park in the future. Mr. From Fines ___. ._ _. : ttO.OO cents. sample oopY'tre.
' ,, near - -- ? this SOth day of June Ai D. Itl7. ... Address Florida F.rm..r'an *
.
'ithlsweek.. , '"", .,,; +rl\\i "};""r". ... ,, ,I supply operator at the .local office, (Seal) 8 h BULLOCK Box Jacksonville
'ilJljr.) INV'" ,,,.If' ; '. .,,, ;\tti: { \\\ Rowe has already begun work on .his Total .Estimated: Revenue Except Notary Public State m..t..k.r. SCO. tttfrFOR
of Florida. Fla.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Jeffords is to return to his home in Kissim- farm a. few miles from town. Taxes -.... '460,00J. My Commission expires; April It, Itll.

on Orlando avenue.Sunday morning a mee the latter part of the week.-Vol.usia J la Overstreet Clerk of the. Clr. Add taxes S mills on, arsesssd SALE!--Good mercantile business-
Several changes of residents took cult Court of Osceola County make valuation of $1.160.000.00.11I.11I0.00 handling dry goods, shoes and furn.
ten-pound boy."American County Record. place last week. Wm. Avant and family oath that the above Is a true estimate Ishlngs. Address Box tit. Kissimmee.
; \ of the Revenues of the Fine .A Forfeiture Total .. ......85.550.00 Fla. It-4f
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Lady Corset," newest Rev. W. B. Curtis returned on Friday moved to Jacksonville, while W. E. Fund of said county for the fiscal t(% of above I5.S7S.60. --- ,
ending September 10th. 1818. WANTED
year : partn.r'to In the.
styles all guaranteed. $1.00 and up afternon from a motor trip to Cherry and J. D. French.brought their except taxes to be levied according 8. R. A B. DIST. NO.: I. RBrriREMHNT!; chicken business. A woman go preferred*
at Quality Store. t families to Deer Park. the best of my knowledge, Information FUND that understands chickens. Write or- '
Kissimmee and Orlando, where he and belief. : Per the Fiscal Year Kndlag SeptemberSOIh. see A. J. Cllt.... Loughraan., Fla. It-It
Frank Morgan Murray Durranceand went on a combined business and Mr Mack, a successful potato grow. I 3 1.Clerk OVER8TREKT.Circuit Court. ...IN.For' ",

Eugene Wey left this morning for pleasure trip.-Lakeland News., er of Bunnell, spent a day at Deer Subscribed and sworn to before me Retirement of bonds..t6,000.00 OLD l>l.ifl PAPERS-Qood FOR for wrapping....LIIII-I.. A BV1..''

Kissimmee, going in trance's car. Park recently. He was well pleased this SOth day of June, A. T>. Itl7 Total .. ......T_......-...$5.000,00 Apply at.Valley Oasette.pasTposeetc. I lOtf

They will likely be away' for several Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hall have returned with what he saw and before he left (SeaB.Notary Public 8. H.State BULLOCK of Florida. - ;

days.-Arcadia News, Monday. from a two iweeks' vacation, 'contracted with Mr. Geo. W. Hopkins My Commission expires April It. 1(11.

which they spent in Indianapolis, Ind., for a section ofland and a tractor.Mr. Add valuation taxes 1'"of mills tS.t48.S85.00.on assessed..,__' 7.48917 DR. DeWITT T. LIGHTSEY'j'' .

Mr. Al Huppel,; of Huppel Bros., and Champlain, 111. They were guests and Mrs. ::11. B. Clark spent
Total .. _..... 7.87t.l7
was at Kissimmee and St. Cloud yesterday of their son, E. B. Hall, and familyand Sunday in Tampa, motoring as far as 85%! of above. $7,485.11. OSTEOPATH '

on bu.ineai..orlando Sentinelof other relatives. They reached .
Kissimmee.W FINE! AND FORFEITURE FE1 D 1

Saturday. home Friday. For the Fiscal Year ..,..... Septemberaoth ,I
Corner Drug Store Mondays and Fridays
118 .
L. REWIS SEVERELY
.
Miss Ruby Wells of Orlando, who Ex-state Senator A. E. Doneganand 1 Sheriff and Deputies' Cost 1"1.

has been the guest of her aunt,,Mrs. C. B. McLanBjhen, prominent in INJURED BY FALLING ROOF Bills In Criminal C.se..-!_01e00.o0/
t .Constables, Cost Bills In
L. R. Farmer, returned to her home financial circles of the state, were registered Criminal Canes __...__.. 50.00 ;, '

Thursday at the Hillsboro yesterday Tuesday morning as Contractor W. 1 Clerk Cost of Bills the .c In cugrI'i:; : t ,

from Xlssimmee.-Tampa. Tribune, L[ Rewis; and three carpenters by Cases -. ......-......... 100.00
J. E. Crawford and W. H. Taylor of the names of Barnes. Thomplinson <4< Clerk of the Criminal Court

Orlando were. looking after business Monday; -and McCarty were rebuilding the Criminal of Record Cases Cost,_Bills___.:.._In. SOO.OO Shoes Shoes Shoes !I"r

matters, and greeting their many Attorney W. J. Steed of Kissimmee house of E. T, Higgins, a wholesale',: 5' County Criminal Judge Cases, Cost'..Bills..._..In. 50.00

friend in this city' Wednesday.Mr. i ii passed through on the train Saturdayon fish dealer of this city the roof caved,. 6 Justice of the Peace Cost
i Bills In Criminal Ca...... 100.00 .
I his way to Decatur, Ga., to make in and caught Mr. Mewls! in the : .
and Mr*., E. A. Lancaster and : dell 7 County. Prosecuting Attorney f*
I short visit with his grandmother, Mrs. brie severely hurting his back. :! Conviction Fees__... 400.00
t little daughter left this week in their I Bailiffs Pay for AttendanceonCriminal
T Brunswick Qavbere theywill W. S. Steed He stopped off at Jacksonville ': C. B..3.B.-Wllon-was'hurreldly- *nd I ._ _- Court.___ 16.00 Spring- and: .. Summer twear. -
____ car for "- 2 Witness 1800.00 ; '
"W "route.-Volusi* County --
visit friends and relatives for two had the man' taken to his home on 10 Court 1".f n. .

Record. East Ninth street where thorough solvency Cases .___;...,.. 100.00
I more -
weeks. 11 Court Stenographer'200.00 We Have It!:
r Mr. and :Mrs. G. W Persons. left examination was made. The doctor IS Sheriff Commissions on''
W. H. Arnold and a force of men Fines, etc. Collected... Inn.tl ,
yesterday for Savannah, Ga.,,where is* of the opinion that the man'sback IS Feeding I Prisoners ..._.__ 00.00 Shoes for member ot the fab 1."e
from Kissimmee are staying at the 1* dislocated but.it. will be several 14 Transport. Paid for andDischarge every .
Persona will visit sometime with
Hotel Evans while working on the new Mrs. days before he will know just Money Paid to

Coe-Mortimer building-. "HomesteadEnterprise' her parents. Mr. Persons will spend how severely the man is hurt. Co.Road Convicts._ __..Worked..____.__on__ 150.00
a few days in Savannah and then continued It seems that the caving in of the It .Par of Juror In Criminal Complete arrajLof' .'r

roof due to the negligence af Mr. Cases, County and .Justice
Philadelphia was .
his journey to Baltimore
,. .___
Peace Court. (4.17 Met 's Low Cut Summer elegant
f Mr. and Mrs. E. L. D. Overstreet and New York, where he will itewls, as the only support that was ,It Salary of Judge of Juvenile Shoes;
used was a two-by-four scantling, and Court __.. 160,00
and Mrs. Milton Pledger motored up purchase thee fall stock of .goods for the: roof being: very heavy the scantling Reservedfor Contlngen-- Footwear for Ladles, Misses and Children '

1 r to SL Augustine Tuesday for a few the Dollar,Limit.J. was too weak to support the cles .:.._.._--?.::.-i 1,800.00Total .j

days' stay,. combining business and heavy timbers o( which the roof was _. .._-___.?.__.-._ 7.I7S.17 ; Great Display: of White Kid and t
L. Barber has resumed his former the''
built Luckily for the others .con.
.
f pleasure. position in county tax assessor'soffice I tractor was the 'only one that was ROAD AND.BRIDGE! FUND Canvas Shoes.
.. Septem'herSoth.
Margaret and, Lillian Robertson and will continue his ,duties caught in the cave in. 'Mr. Rewis is For the Fiscal Y 118.Kuala* i

leave on Thursday for',Kissimmee for there till the.books- are closed the first a married man and has a: wife ,and I From Tax Redemptions.. .**... ISM.00

c' 'an extended visit with their grandparents of ,0ctobeJ. unless heUcalled i to military two Tampa small Tribune.children.' -Sarasota Cor. From Anto'Llcense1.400.00 Straw Hats

_Florida City Cor., Homestead service befofetKaV time. Mr. Rewisformerly lived in Kissimmee,Total ----------------$3,200.00 .

Enterprise. n his have taken and is a son-in-law of P. G. Cromnrtie cept Taxes,
i Barber and wife apartments .
I, J. L. Overstreet Clerk of the Circuit complete '
Most and'sty1es.
Miss Clara Belle McGee 'and broth. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. of Shingle Creek. 'Court of Osceola County make variety, slzes'sha'pes < ;
t J oath that the above Is a true estimateof '

ifr, Charlie McGee, are the guests of Z. Payne Emmett StreetS. We. have on hand a large stock of' Bridge the Fund Revenues of said of county the for Roa"the.0.nd. Up. o-the 'Minute Goods, Prices t

their aunt, Mrs. F. C. Bryan. Miss 'L ,,Lupfer left Thursday ellast Engines, both gas and kerosene burners cat year ending September SOth. Itl. &
and except taxes to be levied, .aecordln 1 to 'Are Right. "
McGee :returned with Mr. and Mrs. week on a combined business and : Pumps of various sizes' the best of my knowledge Informationand

Bryan In their car and Mr.-McGee arrived : He left route for make*; PumP Jacks. belief. ,.
s pleasure ,trip .: en Iron Pipe of various sixes both gal J.. L. OVER .rRE1'T.
Monday: Wilmington, N. C., and from there he vanised and black; Bath' tube and Clerk Circuit Coa'rtSubscribed

4 Mrs..W.,W. Aicott,'who successfully will go to TjVrlghtsvflle, Pa, for a brief general plumbing goq .. this SOth d..of,and June sworn A. to D. before lt7.' KM eSeal H. '
Drain and All Sub
Tile Material for STANFORD COMPANY
managed the Atlantic Hotel at Cora. visit to his mother and sister. As soon and Overhead Irrigation.Plant AIJIof I". ( Notary) Public,State of Florida.i ,

Dado Beach, Fla, for many years, will a. he return, Mrs. Lupfer.,and two which we are offering at reasonable Mr Commission expire April It. ItSl. l ld

+ r btI the assistant manager of the will.leave for Denver Colo., and price' Add taxes S mill on" assessed "
song .
c.
Oyama Hotel at Dayton Beach this will riot retUrn"before school, opentm CO,, valuation of |5.t4S.SI5.00.I.l7.1SO.tTotal /"Oli. RtKaU. She* Dealer W. Q1F.ala, .:,. r

t IlSa mmer. Come and see us.' Sea food .. ----r.t.--2'-"o.; : .. '
rONBY-WALKEB
'r. ners specialty. 29-4t the/aU.i\ .... ...,..r:.__A. ....4 '-29.40 rci". Fla 08r..!'t. oo: !j.., .,. hs .

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'. I'' THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE. 'FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1917

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list be printed I in the St Cloud Tr&l- Kin and forfeiture .._._____-_. 1.118.18 EXPLANATION- OF DRAFT,
Rpeclalt 'publicity ,_,_. KB.00 CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK. '
-- UGH !
'' Proceedings of the une, which motion was seconded by A. Road and. bridge -J--,._. .123.66 LAW BY WAR DEPARTMENT ;
Hard a Road Fund 1b,617.61The 1
F. Bass and carried, and it was so or.' -

County Commissioners dered., county depositories' reports discharged.(Continued from Page 3)) DON'T STAY :BILIOUS CONSTIPATED j

lion. W. I. Barber tax assessor,. showed the following balance on hand, ,
1 I IEt..lmmee If desire to Ale such claim
you a. :
presented his tax roll for 1917, for July 1',19171O.n.ral ) -.:"
.
-'r-- 1. Get at the local l district .r'"
a copy or -
+ Fla., July 2, 19 7. equalization; whereupon, the Board revenue ......._..... tl.17id: board Form 161 or 161a "DoHu'l liver TuT Will Clan Jar Your druggist or dealer sells. you. a.CO .. ;
proceeded examine the valuations Fine and forfeiture _........ '8'.BO eent bottle of Dodsofis Liver Tone
I The Board of County Commissionen as fixed by the tax assessor on both Special Road and publicity bridge __....?..-,. (10.11 2.7"4' 2. Fill the form out properly. SJIIIIs'I UTM .....r This Cabal" under my personal guarantee that !*

in and for Osceola county, Florida, real and personal property. Hard a Road Fund->.-.-.'."_-...-. 21.ltB.Sl 3. File it with the district board will eleaa your sluggish liver better: thanknasty
met in regular session at 10 a. m. on within five days after the mailing and f CuJMJtlhtk.> I. calomel it won't make you side:
i The Board adjourned until 10 a. m.
The Tax Collector' showedthe wank
: report and eaa eat anything you
1 the above date, there being present: posting of notice that your name has Calomel makes yen you ,
Tuesday July 3rd 1917.
Your
salivated. druggistguaraotltee
collected quiver
following amounts
for without being
E. I D. been certified from the local] boardto lay's work. Calomel Is and
Mach chairman} .
s Ernest The Board met at 10 a. m., Tuesday, license, $3.75 for, general and 142.60 it salivates) calomel injures your Hrer. that each spoonful will start ,

Overstreet, A. F. Ball, B. H. Guy and July .3rd, 1917, there being a. full auto, and $27,00 for polls.. the district board. : If you arc biliousfeel lacy, sluggishand your liver, clean your bowels "and.
: W. F. Walker, commissioners;.John S.d' board present. See section 44, Regulations.Proof all knocked out, if :your bowels are straighten you up by morning or you

Cadel, attorney for the Board and J. : The board called to order by its The clerk of the Board having made in Support of Industrial Claim constipated and your head aches or get your money back;, Children gladly
clerk. : was and filed with the, Board an itemized Only affidavits can be used in Slingproof stomach is sour, take a spoonful of take Dodson's Liver Tone because it is.
Overstreet
I ,
chairman Ernest Mach. Dodson's Urer Tone insteadof
harmless
meetingof estimate of the revenue from the vari- before'the district board of pleasant. tailing and doesn't gripe or
The minutes of the regular a calomel.Iodson's
his
I salivating
Hon. W. I.. Barber presented using sickening make them sick.,
ous funds reasonably to be expected claim for industrialgrounds. real liver medi oramp or .
June and'the special meeting. were tax roll to the Board 'and they exemption on Liver Tone is millions of bottles ofDodnon'e I
proceeded I selling
other than from taxes to be levied for All_ such affidavits trust be cine. You'll know,it next morning because am '
read and approved. and after Liver Tone to people who' "avafound
with the equalization, will wake feeling fine )<< [ .
The Clerk presented to the Board a having gone over.. the valuations of the fiscal year 1917 and 1918 and the filed within: five days titer' the filing your liver you will be working up your headache that this pleasant vegetable liver

i petition from the property holders of real and personal property, the board equalization of the tax' books being of the claim. I and diuiness gone your stomach medicine takes the place of dangerous

? Commissioner's District No. 3, asking valuations complete, the Board proceeded to Decisions of District Boards on Industrial will be sweet and bowels refrular. You' calomel. Buy one bottle on my sound. ...
r b&ng satisfied that the make an estimate of the win feel like Working. You'll be cheerful reliable guarantee Ask your druggist ,
called for theo necessaryand Clsl.n
; for an election to be both real and personal property were ; full of purpose' of determining whether said W. F. Walker 'made a motion ( ordinary expenses and expendi.. Within five days after* the closingof -
equal, ----- -- - -- -
district should be a Special Road and that the books, be accepted without tures' contemplated for the'Bscal year proof in any. industrial claim the ADVERTISED LETTERS Rivers, Miss Emma Roylance, Mrs.
and whether bonds 1917 and 1918 as prescribed in Sec. district board must decide the claim.If '
Bridge District, any changes which motion was seconded Bertha .Roger, Mrs. Georgon Setph-
construction of tion. 6 of Chapter 6814 Acts of 1915. the decision of the district boardis
t should be voted for the by E. L.'D. Overstreet, and.carried Following Is the list of uncalled forletters' ens..
which The estimate of the necessary and in favor of the claim the board will SiMPSONrPostmaster.,
said district in
i ,, brick roads in petition and it was so ordered.The remaining the postofflce at B.. B.
4 was filed in open board.. matter of completion road ordinary expenses and expenditures: issue-41 certificate of discharge. If Kissimmee, Florida for the two weeks .

The clerk presented a petition to by the eorgia Engineering Co. was contemplated for 'the fiscal year 1917 the decision is against the claim the ending: July 30, 1917:, '.
6 to 14 Days
Pile Cured "
the Board from the property holdersof taken up and the balance in fund forth and 1918' being completed by' the district boards will so notify you. Elton Anderson, Amy Lee Anthony, Tour dntrlet will refund money If FAZOt

Commissioner's District No. 3, ask* payment of construction of said Board they proceeded to make the tax Remember that you have been called Henry Brown, Robert Bums,. Babe OINTMENT UIU to CUte say c... ol JlcbID .

e k ing for an election to be called for the road discussed with the clerk, whereupon levy fqr the fiscal year 1917 and 1918, for military service and that the Chanley, Miss Bessie Geffon, Frank BHnd.Bleedlns.first spplicelloa orProtrudiorFlit.gives Ease and in etoUdeys.Tb JU.t. SOc.. t

.purpose of determining whether saiddistrict Mr. .Cadel attorney for the and the Board of Puolllc Instruction certificate of the district board is only Evirp\, Miss Annie E. Jones, Mrs. An- ,
s's'i '
'i should be a Special Road and Board, advised them not to spend any having filed its itemized estimate of conditional on your remaining the nie PoweJs, H. ..H. Rinearson Sofie j I Help plant that 1,000 acres of sweet

$ Bridge District and whether bonds money in excess of amount realized the funds for school purposes for the kind of industrial service on accountof potatoes.

.should be voted far the construction from Collection of taxes, whereuponilo.t'danstructedattleaCieorgiqTnr current fiscal year ending June 30th which you were dischorg d. No ... ..o.o..toooooo.t..o o.... o. .....ottoooo.......
>> n in aei[ tjjV' \ 1918, requesting this Board to levy itax'rof"f such exemption! shall; continue. when aTrasa
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pba .
:
,3k !N'' i -rls.>*
? > jia; afcyxaeSKfa +c rtT ''iHFVT'vcause '


.4 i r ,'petition petition The clerk signed was: presented filed by i I"| open certain to the boar'Board of. they a work gineering The as following far Go.as to the cost: proceed money billswere'exam would with go.the 3 2.3 mills and each niiTfai'4, 1 for mill f''iir1iM'f'i1if sub for districts District K Nqs.nKtf No 1 5and withdraw your certificate hereior.no-Tonger or-modified of discharge by exists the may district anc be ii. Wagner: f]Insurance Agency2nd y


property holders of Commissioner's ined, approved, and ordered paid: one-fourth mill 7'mil1 for District No. 6, board at any time that the district Floor Citizens Bank Bld,., Phone No. 30.
in addition to the the follow
4 that their board shall determine that the cir.cumstances
i Distrlct'No. 3, asking Florida W. A. Carodine,' I
A ) names be stricken from petition asking State State vs.of W. T. Thomas vs. witness and ing resolution was introduced and require it. The Leading General Insurance Agency In Qsceola Co

/ Y' for bonds for brick road, which 'juror rolls in the case of Randall adopted: Applala of Industrial Claim to the-

petition was filed in open board. pay coroner's inquest sheriff's Whereas, it has been ascertainedand President WE REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK, HART

,f The clerk was instructed to checklists lcLaughlin feed bill, for prisoners.The determined by the Board of Coun- Only decisions of district.boards on FORD AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE

I of names in said petition and as following bills were examined, ty Commissioners that it will be necessary industrial claims for discharge can COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.,

+ certain if same had been signed by / and ordered paid: to raise amounts by taxationfro .be appealed.If AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE,

d t the requisite number'of"free holders. approved the current year in the following you desire to appeal the decision LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE. TORNADO-

Y i Judge G. F. Parker appeared before Commissioner, funds, respectively, fro county pur- of the district; boards to the president, BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive

x'i the Board and suggested that Ernest: LJ T>Mach. Overstreet----___.______..____-,-__--_- JSJISA. *.J poses designated as: you may do so within seven days' of! Insurance

s oG a 0 election should be called for election K.. K. Bass _____._______1._____ II. Ocneral, revenue -------:126,000.00 the date of mailing to you of the decision ,
_____________ an
_._
>' Precinct No. 7, Osceola county; Fla., ______ -
N formation of Okeechobee county. John 8 Cadel, atty. for bd ZO S4 Sneclal publicity fund____._. 2.POII.00 your'appeal- IN THESE DAYS .
on J. K. Mass. janitor__.___i._._____ 60.00 Hard surface OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION .
road
''a'resolution call- co. ct___._. 260' fund41,600.00 1. Get a copy from the district or
1; The Board passed T. M. Murphy Judge __ 121.60 County school fund 41,60000 AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION.
L.. H. Ingram, care of jail.--- Retirement fund bond. dlst. local board Form 163.
No. 7 for
Ing an election in Precinct atty.____ .
W. B. Crawford pros ,JJ JJH. No. I
the purpose of determining whether K. Evans co. dem.and agt aud.___.._,. 118..00 : -Fund, Bond Dlst. 5,50000Interest 2.: Fill out he form and file it with -- .
U L. Overatr.et. elk. No. 1 6,40000 ---- --
of Osceola should be. the district board:
that county Maintenance --
t part .__________ 0.00R
come a part of Okeechobee county and Hamuel. o Livingston Montsdoca.......+.,.__ 6.00 Be it resolved that the following 3. Do, this within seven days after

the following named persons were appointed : G. H. IJurfe. .,.._....___.____ J.00 sum be levied on real and personal the mailing of notice to you of the
..._____ _____ .00
Julia Jernlgan
as inipectors and clerk for the Mrs O M. Young-.-.-__u___-__ 6.00 property in Osceola county,.Florida: decision ftbe district board in your Stout Lumber ICO.I't

election to be held on the 7th day A. M. L. Chanc.y.A..-.-_---.. JJJ case. U(j .
said Mrs L. Mahles ..._-____ -. General revenue fund._ 4? mills BUOOC88ORS TO MAY-BTOUT LUMBER 00.
to-wit W HWalker B. M. McClelland,.._ -. 6.00 ?.-__-_ How You Will Be Notified That You
t" y of August, A. D. 1917 : ----- Fine and forfeiture fund. 1 ? mills
Mrs. A. Simmons___-_i.n___-__ f 00Mrs. Road and bridge fund...... t mills Beeb-Selected DEALERS IN
Military
Billiard ___ __ Have for
L A. Smith C.||W. Jlncy Padgett; :_- 5 JJ Rpeclal publicity fund ,,_ 1,4 mill. )
___..... -
......
John H Pennell f Hard !
Service
surface road fund 7 mills
Inspectors; and. J. H.. Walker Sr., Jane Clements *.,i._____-. ---- JOO County school fund_....--e.... 7 mills YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS : :
i clerk. Will Hall ..........______._,-' Retirement fund bond districtNo. | As soon as your case is finally disposed ,
H. Tlllls __. 6.00 .' 1 ,. ...... t mill. .4
? <
- of the adjutant general
The clerk was instructed to prepare Delia Colhnglon-----------__. 4.00 Interest fund bond your LUMBER
i and that Claud /Sylvester! .....<...*.....- 6.tlO No.1 _... .district. 8 H mill. state will notify by mail that you .
ballot for said election to see Mrs A. H. Wilson____......... f.00' "--- -- ---- --- you
a :the ballot box .was delivered in due ._________.....- .00 "* have been selected. r military servo
.
,
Works
Kl.lFramnkmee Oasett. legal Novelty in Connection'
time. printing; -. ________________._ 7225 l The following ,additional levy was ice.Your .
Johnston appeared before : Kissimmee Valley Gazette blanks ordered in .Special Tax School Districts local boards will post a list .. .
Mr. R. G. :1I1.10; It pleasure '
to estimate all
.ale' u our give at times.
:for tax i .......... \'Nos.. 1,2,3, and 4' three mills selected for yon '. ,
7 the board, and stated that be. had I Inspector. Election : 'i''i!yi 1.t. : of,all persons : military Courteous
Attention and
placed gates on all roads jjn', Boggy 111. .1 V", *f.D..J;cCoak.y Alexander ntwi BrTiraiflK 1.00..no ea'chf District. No.' 5'one mill,' and District ' service in a place at the office of, thelocal Prompt Delivery '

Creek community,";,'and fa"skey? wby !+ ItHl'! Evans, ....--W 1JTTITT5T5TITt_ P|2:oo 00 :No.T: one-fourth' ; }(milllIttii'further ||| '_|j ;boards'acessiblegto; !' "I public ,view \' Phone'21Kissimri1ee,1'i=la 1. ,', "

were asking for a new road to'be Oeo. C. Bronson j..__......!_-... J.vu ordered (that an occupational The local board will also give'. lists of .
they ___.:___._._. 200
W. O. Bronson -
opened; and Mr. Geo. Sullivan, being J. H. Joiner/ ........._--.... 1.00 tax of 60 per cent. of the persona! selected for military serviceto A.-
the Chas A. Garrett _'-__.____.--. 4.60Lucius amount prescribed by the statutes of the pres's, with requests for publi- \ present, stated that request was Lainler ___..._-.-__... 1.00 ..
"f made because .the road was needed; W. C. *fj slba ....____________ 200 the state of Florida be levied on persons catiop.: -
___________ .. 2.00
J: W ('Ohms u 1. engaged. such Notice that have been selectedfor
i the board after discussing the subjectfor : J. A. Brojison .--.____________ 4.60 any occupation you
. Sullivan H. U Patrick --__,_____--_____ 2.00C. that the tax collector is directed to military service will not necessarily -
t t. some time informed Mr. T. Sullivan _____1-_____.__.- 2.00 .
that at the present time there was riot B. G. Hancack ___.:_____ 6.00.. collect any such occupational tax in order you into service.
._____ __________ '200ectpr. I
U A. I'.tten the same manner as he would collect The notice to report for military
.
,funds to new road; ____ Stat.eBan.kof
sufficient >> open .. nutKI>9.-<.---__ .4.-_-nap I
E. L. D. Overstreet made a Sid J. Jones, carbon paper to any such occupational tax in the same service will come when the government
whereupon tax assessor ___.-_.. --__,.- IB.00 .
manner as he would collect for the is ready to receive
motion that the matter of granting Nichols Hup.: Co., supplies to you.
which ; county pauper ____.._______ 800 state provided that if by law the E. H.. CROWDER, .
said road be indefinitely,
passed
Roy rr.ntls, delivery of bal-
[ motion was seconded by W, F. Walker lot boxes __T...___________ 10.00Jame. counties are permitted to levy a greater Provost Marshal General. Kissimmee
j Miles, wit. pro. atty...__ 8.00
and carried and it was so oidered. C. T. Miller wit. pro..' atty_____ 100 per cent than 50 per cent of such
inf J. H. Bowlin wit. pro.. atty___ 8.00 said tax, then the tax collector is or- Colored The
of issuance of bonds People DelightedWith
The matter W U Crawford coat Thomas ca.e '.70 of the world
.. voted for the Witness Thomas Cas_ dered to collect the full amount ao
: the sum of $100,000 as at F. M. Bass ..-___J-______-___ 1.00T. collected. New eyes
lection: held on the lth of June, A. D M. Rivers __....._:..__-____. 1.00 Discovery
.t Oraham Young ....._,.__-___. 1.00 I There being no further business before
1917, in Special Road and Bridge )District Floyd TI.on ____...__.___ ..._ 1.00 To Bleach the Skin
'f; No. 1, .Osceola County, was Roy Young .........______-___. 1.00 the Board, E. U D. Overstreet the whoSAVES
; J. J. McCran." ... 1.00 are on man '
------------ made motion
a that the oard
brought up by Ernest Mach, chairman O P. Lute __.._______._-_____. 1.00 adjourn i ,
M. Murphy, cost Thomas care 2.11 to meet in special session on the 26th Atlanta 0a.-8ay. that recent tests
of the board, and a resolution orderingthe L. H. Ingram cost Thomas case 6.111 have proven without doubt that swarthy .
day of July, which motion was seconded I or sallow complexions can be made :
issuance of bonds in denominations L. M. Ingram June 78 70
treatment, recently discovered
light by new
of: $1,000 each, payable at the 8.C. W 13: ,Carlson Porter t.edgrl" .. e.case.. .4.80 I.88 by A. F. Bass and carried. andit bay a man In Atlanta Just askyour
for Coco-tone SkinWhlt.ner.
g J. L Overstrest, ct. cost April 111.0 was so ordered. druggist
' of ] and extending who have used It
6 rate $6,000 annually, L. H. Ingram ct. cost Jan. and People are '
tl over period .of twenty years, was April' terms _____________i_._. 401.01 ERNEST MACH, your amazed face at of Its that wonderful awful dark effect color Rid orrreasy j{
C. L. Bandy commissions....... 115.84
passed by' the Board, and Mr. J. S. Insanity cas.i .-. Attest: Chairman appearance In a, few minutes. It
T. M. Murphy ................ 2.60 costs so little that you can't lord to
i J. L. OVERSTRE>{T
for Instructed ,
Cadel ,the Beard
attorney was L. H. Ingram _._....._...*.-__ 8.40 b without It. Just think how much
t to proceed with the validation M. J. Hicks ......_.....*.. 2.fllIf. f Cleric. prettier you would look with that old
i Derbyshire. ..... .. 2.00 ( ::r-'Ikllr. gone and j>.w soft. light
: of..the bonds fts speedily .as._possible. s. rad? i ::: :,.-:-_- ._i.ooT. : place. Men, and women today
Coroner's InquesO.=McCaughli-: : =; H must car for their complexions. to-..nter -
, ( I.. H. Ingram cost...._....... 8.911! society. I
; The Board took, a recess until 1:30 T. M Murphy .__............. 8.00 For l Father and Son If your oti'fn' not supply, youwith for
. W. A. retrory. Juror.......__.. 1.00 Whitener send 2Bo PAUSE .a moment, young man
.
I p. mye H. C. Lilghts.y, Juror ......... 1.00 for a largo. package to.Coco ton .Co.,
a ., 1.. H. Tre... Juror ____ Atlanta.,Oa.Take.
.1.1.00
.
full
1:30
;. The Board met .at p..m., a E. C. usenb.rry juror ...... '1.00 360 PICTURES a thought to self. The '

I '' board being present. I E, D. Katz, Juror ___.._______ 1.00 '
j . .8 M. Rogers Juror___._...... 1.00 36O ARTICLESEACH problems that conf
The clerk petition signed SulphmiBaths ;
I, presented R. U Starling rep. on jail------ 14.II Font you now, or
by the citizens of Bassinger asking Todd I'rotcctosrraph. Co., proteo.. 83.60Oac.ola MONTH .. -
at hold will few hence.Look
Hdw. Co, rep. toilet C.H. 1.40 rR a
years
for a public road to be granted running O.ceola Hdw.-Co., mat to R. t Hdw. Co.,.sup. to Sall.10.06
f from Bassinger to olio William's >*ceoln Hdw Co, sup to O.H.. .80 about yon-die men of affairs in state '
t Commissioner W. F. D. E. Raulerson work on CrabGrass country Datioa- :
place. road .__.____-.___.:.... 49.BO 25 Cents yes.. .. t
rr .. Walker stated t othe Board that no Walker A llllllard, sup to R. d. 4.*r t ,

;request would made for the working Mid. Katz Uubanks, order, road A. Hullnir wk.. Lokose.JL wk. 25'00.00U ,POPULARMECHANICS They hare the respect and confidence'of the community. \

'' ' + of the said road if it was granted, Hilton Brown, mat. repr. bridge
Lokone __ __ __..... 1.10 UMATISMCoat
i -- -- Then look
'whereupon, E, VD. Overstreet, madu U A. Smith Basslnger' road say on the other side-at he fellows who spend all they '

.a motion that'said. road be grafted, Georgia mu-------------------------Engineering Co.. pay.: on 7400 MAGAZINE Eczema, Hives, etc. Right In make-they may'hare a food time for a while, but what does their

.r which motion was' seconded, by lJ.: I!. road work -_.____--_________8J7S,20 C your own home and at trifling cost .personality reflect .

Guy 'andy'carried, and It was so or Jo* K. Johnston completed com._____on____roadwork ____ 20'.". WNTTLN$0Y000AMUNOLIITANDIT you can enjoy the benefit 'of healing
l . E. D. Katz list/ of voters for ti AU the Crest Events In Mechanic sulphur baths. A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the ''r
dered. bond hauling?____.._._. .. 85.00 Enciiwerina- and Invention throughout nucleus of an honorable '
r The Clerk read in open Board. a"letter C. Buckltts. Ibr.) for co.._ IB.14. the World,are deKribed in sit iniernt.in t HANCOCKSULPHUR independent career.
.' T. M. Murphy Judge Juv. ct,..... 12.6. ( manner .. they occur. J.OOC.OOO Make your beginning now-today. Your bank'
from )>1. D. Blood asking the J.,, !'. Chunn. co, physician.__:_ (I.BO I..: .readws each month.. : COMPOUND'' book will the ''
Tel. Co. rent C. H.' and 1 10_..... ... I pare way. 4
Board for assistance, whereupno Com. l""yir Shop Notes. ."_. t tail. ., : .i/ .
c' .r-.r.eoaeest .
'
.10 ''
miaaioner' Ar F. Bas instructed W n 'CrawV rricVrrr"e'esT"No' I Ii; W rhea.sad -se ask.........a'bw.'' ..Iur. .own Mood gaff MM rad....h.lIa.r..ed1rSULPHUH.pare4 f Capital stock .,
*;was 7516 _..__. ._ __ !I. a way to ------?-_____--__ ____ $100,000.00
'- 10.00 :Ii ...... ........... 18.rtwllll..t
...
.... Ir.tta. lMiUcActdoiM. UMtttath. Resources ,,
Board to investigate the case P. Cromartie, prs7"c bridge a. &d_ .____ ZII3
bythe r __
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5 00 -
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Jltlsens. Bank or KI..,.. _..1.1.11. L...111___....' ...... balk:m. M a. a lotto. appMa* to aSTwtodparts over ---- :'-- 400,000.00
,and report to the Board. loan warrant ........,.;Int'on_...-w _..b.ue tw.la..o.oro _..../-_ ;awl take tt iM.asibi5Oc i "
Mr. Claud Johnson appeared before Citlsens Bank of Kl.sy. Int. on 16.1. S m MU IT i.ale nwt aium aced Sz tIN bait!. Officers .and Directors I
-'. lo.n warrant ._ ,--.:_!-..... 10.It' I). ar vas sa.r..a_..... _._If.___ .'M 30'........a If.-. '.,
of r. r..r.4.
N.W 'A.
the Board and 1"te4t.that a;copy W U
; KI..Yj plant lights11.1* wr..w .. seed Ms as.s aM< theke a HiiiiiiVi C. ; CARSON President t KATZ "
: .!,.w..rt, +rrr.+ .a., M. and E. L. "
. .. LESLEY
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th> laws passed at the laat session oftbe'Legislature w.trio... jnm a bottle Y r..?, ;.V-P.
Paid warrants ordered
,were- cancelled POPULAR fcACOCK ROMA THOMAS '
MtONANIOS 'i.
would have to be mAWLINRN..t. UOOID 8UI.I'IR7a Cashier,;' ::
.from. .the various_funds as 'folowa . ssl.ets a.-.tw.wi4r.lae :. COMPANY ;
"' printed and asked: the :Board to in- : ,"- -- ,N:C. BRYAN, N. B. CARSON, M.KATZ. (i'.
\ .. .. I : .
,attract him to print them, whereupon / N_.iI' -" .n_ ... .;.... ,.are arr.C-....,. .a'werir.. G. A. CABSON. IL FLEMING, B. LESw",,T .:_ (
"11. C.....' aoUoa &t..4c ]..e..l nYens.5" /,11/.3s: ,t..e J.6. ." ....." eaI.i : ."W. 4> *. WADE TUCKEK... Dtretrt .r : u
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THE KISSIMMEE:' VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. JULY'' 20, 1917 stvnr



WHO ARE EXEMPT CAUSES FOR REJECTIONOF other' metal of any nature or d,. .. . . ... ... . .. ..... ....NN41NN4H4.
for I whatsoever icnown una.r (>.. -
APPLICANTS FOR ARMY name of JUNK, and until he or ff
President Wilson has Issues the I. have firm obtained a license from '

PR regulations, as required by law for the tb ; the City Clerk.Whenever EXCURSIONFROM ,' RATES .
GRBSOJ RulER following will show
use of those boards thnt have been elected The Just tides or other the form above of Junk mentioned Is .ort..d ar ,

to pass upon the questlcn of exemptions Why so many men are turned down for sale In the City of Klsslmmee. the '

to the 'celectlve draft, which and refused In the army. Read the prospective purchaser must .notify the '

SELLSFire will, in all probability, begin the.latter table and if you have any of them you City by the Marshal City Marshal, and 'have It the same source Inspect from KISSIMMEE
;
part of this week or early next which said articles came, be, unknown '
week. are safe from the draft to said purchaser,* '

Ratio Any person or persons violating this $44.65 New York $42 65 Philadelphia' ;
Simplified and boiled down that
so
Life, Accident and those who Cause, Nurnp on ordinance, shall, upon conviction b. ,
to fined
f prosecute not more than $11.00 or Amprl.on..d )14
claims for exemption understand bcr1.000 In the city jail for not more than .

Health, Plate Glass, Liability -' fully where they stand rriay, the following Venereal diseases.___...,623 130.31 FIFTEEN DAYS, or both at the dlscre $50,40 Chicago $40,15 Cincinnati i

classes of who Heart disease..____._____375 78.4 tlon of the Mayor. ,
youngmen have registered Read In cession first time and
open a
and Boiler Insurance. may be exempted by tho board. Defective hearing.......__340 73.00 by unanimous consent placed upon It.

Men, indispensable to indu.trie.neees..ry Defectiveeyesight.280' 58.57.. second reading and final .....sase, ana $44.40 St. Louis j

,Legal Bonds Executed to the maintenance of the Flat feet ...__",, ___._._,.280 48.11 June unanimously A D. 1(17.adopted this Sth day ot ; *

Alcoholism ...197 41.20
_._ .._-_ F. H. LAWSONv '
military establishment or the national

Same Day Needed., interest.Men with wives children. Diseases locomotion of -organs,_______of..184 39.49 Attest J.' n.: GILBERT., President of Council. Tickets ,On Sale Daily With Final Limit October 31st. i

parents, Hernia ___ ___ ._ 139 29.07 City Clerk. a
brothers or sisters dependent solely ._ ._ .___ ApproTT-if-this 10th'day. ot June HIT .
them for Diseases of the skin..___.116 24.26 (Seal) THROUGH SLEEPERS DINING CARS \
upon support.
OFFICE: State Bask Buildiig Members of recognized religious Diseases of lung.104 21.75 11-Bs JOHN 8 CAHKU

Defective teeth ____..?___ 99 20.7 Mayor. -VIA :
sects whose creed forbids bearing
Weakness of mind._____ 97 20.29! AN ORDINANCE!
arms, (students of divinity and ordained
Defective development: ., 88 18.41 Atlantic Coast Line';
or regular ministers
Diseases of genitourinary AN ORDINANCE] RELATING TO
Legislative, judicial and executive THE USE OF WATER AND LIGHTS '
officer of the United States or the system non-venereal 83. 17.36 IN THE> CITY OK KTH'MMMRK' :. Standard Railroad of the South -
M. TILLER ?of i Varicose veins ....__.___- CO 12.63 FLORIDA AND REGULATING: THE ; ;
states the union.
Men in the of the I Diseases of nervous sys. VtDINIi PAYMENT THRRKFOR AND PRO For ticket. and reset-rations call .
or TUB MKTHOD8 OF FURN on .
army navy
tem .. .....___. 59 12.34 .
Real Estate Agency. J United States. ,,? - I.SHINO( SUCH WATER AND LIGHTSTO A. M. SMITH J. G. KIRKLAND. '
General diseases ...._:._. 55 11.5< THE CITIZENS AND FOR THE:
............ .................: Aliens who have -not ,take'' : out firs Tuberculosisi.- ._ 51 10.67 COLLECTION OF WATER 'AND T. A. Klsslmmee.. D. P. A. Tampa. ,
citizenship LIGHT
Realty bought and sold Workmen papers.in the. armories arsenals' Varicocelo ________f_____ '32 6.69 BILLS o..o. . . . . . .... ... o..o .. . . ... .... . .
Chest development insufficient : ne' It ordained by the Council of the

Houe rented. and navy yards of the JJnited States ..' ______.__.-__. 30 6.27 City! of Klsslmmee:
Taxes and and men engaged In ithe transmissionof That -nnnln! I t and Inrludlna
paid Title
verified the United States Wail. Diseases of "digestive system the first day of Jury, A. D. 117 al:

for non-resident. f ,__ _..,___-_.,______ 29 6.07 water mid lights furnished to the' oltl.sens .
Pilots and mariners in the merchant Physical, debility _, 26 5.40 of Klnslmm, whether Individ
Fire. Life and Accident 'I marine of the United States. -- ---, ualH firms
In-" or corpora tlonn. shall be
o Criminals convicted of felonies. Curvature of the spine.,..:::: 24 .5.02! paid for according: to the amount used
,turance. vet-weight nnd ,obesity. 21 4.i9! such amounts to he ascertained by
It should be in
Indemnity Bond. remembered that Hemorrhoids ...........;... 15 3.14 means of water. and light meters ant PROSPERITYtt
urgingclaims for exemption it is at the following rates
Under height _.______:\'. 14 2.93
A flat rate of ten cents ($0 to)
upon the claimant to furnish to ,the per
. .. .co. o.o.o.o..o..o.. .. Diseases of the circulatory. thousand <100O) rations for all water ,
board the his claim is
that '
proof system '_. ..:......___ 5 1.05Ima used Irrespective. of th'Lllt1)I1\l1.L.JUIMd.. ; '
r4)4)d'4)06044YiM founded upon facts and not upon; fan- ' .wtrMtr/7westr+""Mf4'WIf"I't"nrt"S'C.il.tiit
___._ W't'It'
./(. __Aa-MU..dlFUir..t: >._..... 1CC. srmst '"b't"tHi"J\l''C1iffi'\ '' ''t1.'i1t. 'monthly fu60) per' month. meters' to. be.'read .

is exempt will pass the board The for causes phys __ A deposit a f, Two Dollars and a Half
Rejected
W proof nrust'pe, submitted in form of 760.93Rejected <(<$1CO) will be required of all users ol IdeafMethods
GRIFFINStaple ical and mental ..____3,638
affidavit and they and the claimant, water before same will be furnished
for. not which will be refunded,
causes deposit to such '<
himself, will be submitted to Investigation physical ._ .?._______,1,143 239.07 user upon 'discontinuance of the 120 '; Ideal Results
:
and interrogation. water less such amount aa may be due ..
and FancyGROCERIES the city for water. All meters to be
The law will be enforced 'against pun : ;
'
i Total rejected ....___.- ,181 1000.00 at the expense of the City and to bs I
the claimant and will be strictly construed ... owned by the City.
threforc those who seek ex. A flat rate of eight cents ($001) per UDEAt Make Your Crops With a Profit
emption should have their evidence i TIME TO REPOT PLANTS K. W.,for all electric current used for
lights or other with I a minimum .
well in form and be ready to produce charge of One Dollar ($I.00) per t :.. fur yies IV>oks
testimony in support of their claims, Nearly every housewife has some month meters to be read monthly. FLORIDFql eaWrit.... anilWiUon n...... V

Free Delivery to all Parts us required by the board. The law retards plants in pots the year through. She Motors may be operated at the above % ALKIDEAL "
rate or at the rate of $I'JS per HorsePower ,
of the CityW. every registered man as eligibleto knows it is 'necessary to repot them per month at the option of the !> SEMIhOU & Toomer FertiliZerCo.. 4

military service until it is proven soil about user. Maniif act IDEAL FERTILIZERS
occasionally changingthe nr ere
otherwise, by the*claimant, himself, A deposit of Ten Dollar. ($10.00) willb. CHEROKEE
. . ........ . . . .ooooc and the burden of proof is upon him the roots, 'so that the plant may have!! required of all users of electricity : X>- ... In Spray>,_.1.....M4 IsMeeileides

to show his ineligibility. a sweet fresh soil in which to grow.F. deposit before same will be will refunded be furnished to such which user IP' Jacksonville: FloridaWATERS

B. Crawford Le. Jarreli F. Halma .of the University of upon the discontinuance of the electric
,
CLIP THIS AND PIN current less such amount a. may bedue & a
ILSON 1111
CRAWFORD ft: 'JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW. Florida experiment, station says that hrn ::r.ra IO I.r'r: ::
ON-WIFE'S to be
DRESSER now is a good time of the year to attend FERTILIZER
e or acoulred by the city If already' In. d

Offices 4, 5. 6, and 7 Citizen Cincinnati man tellf how to shrivel to this work. stalled All bills for both water and,.jelectrlo me FLA. \ r

Bank Building up corns or atlases so they All soils are warm now and the repotting Ity are payable monthly and If same ## .
lift off .with are not paid In full within ten days
1ti..immee' fingers. little
Florida . may be done at expense after the presentation of such bill or

I--- to the growth of.the plant It mightbe within ten days after such bill or bills
' Ouch 1 11 1 I. 1''..11 I This kind of rough are mailed by the water and llsrht "01. & CARSON GROCERY GO Local AgMts >I' ''
;
T. M. RIVERS. M.. D. talk will be heard less here,in town if well, too, if the plant roots have either lector, the water. and the the electricity' or ; .
the water or electricity, as
people troubled with corns will follow developed to an extent sufficient to .. ,
' PHYSICIAN the case may bet may be cut off at the .
and .
. SURGEON the simple advice of this Cincinnati ill the pot, to shave off the outer. ends options of the city, without further fI.... .... ... .. i. ..
..
to .. .
Office over Oaceola Pharmacy notice, and the amount of the unpaid to ,. .... ,.. ... ...... It*
who claimes that few
authority, a before repotting- bill or bills deducted from the depositor
Phone Residence. IIOffloe drops of a drug called f reecone' when deposits, and the balance of the deposit

145.a applied to>> a tender aching corn or ,In .the If any.event refunded that either to the the user.wateror l Cold Storage for Fresh MeatsEggsl ; j :
hardened callus at '
stops soreness once Makes electricity Is out off for nonpayment .
Says
+ C. F. THRASHER and soon the corn.or callus dries up, Phosphate of the bill or,tbllls, a charge of "*
$it.00 will be made to out a.me' In t
. and ( out without pain.He Vegetables Etc. ,
I .1,
o SHEEt METAL WORKER saysright dries immediatelyand Beautiful Women and araln.all indebtedness In addition ttb to the payment City and ol f "

Mftl Roof Rut sMef never inflames or even Irritates tha above mentioned deposit, or .4,.
on
.
the surrounding skin A small bottle posits, as the case may be.
Cswnuifeesf ; Healthy Vigorous STORAGE RATES ON MEATS:
Strong All ordlnancea or parts of ordinance
of freezone will cost little at
,
very any In conflict- -herewith are hereby re-
PHONE 14... KISSIMUtE. FLA drugstore, but will positively remove pealed.Passed. Storage all I Meats 1-2 Fifteen
; on cent pound Day
Robust In open session this Kth day ,
callus
" hard or soft or fromne'
'. / every corq of June, A. D..1117, by unanimous vote. '

DR. W. W.: CARSON women. feet.will welcome Millions this of announos-American! Men. # I President F. H. LAW80N.ot Council.:: ; Curing Pork ready' for smoking l 1 l-2c.' ;. per pound \ \

r DENTIST ment since the inauguration of the Attest J. R.) GILBERT. . Curing and Smoking 2e per pound. '. '

high heels If. your druggist doesn't .. Clerk. f
ff;o Office over Pill y Building have freezone tell him to order a Physicians all over the world are prescribing (Seal '

Oftles Hour: S-IS. 1-fOfttoe phosphate to build run Approved this S7th day of June A. 4
'Phone lit Residence 'Pheae I: small bottle for you. down anemic; conditions and up those D. 1911. JOHN a CADEL. Bring us your hogs,the day' they are l lolled. We will do j >

Oas Administered for Kxtraotloa ., '.4-bt Mayor.. the rest. i
Teeth who have treated their patients

PRESIDENT DRAFTS GUARDS with Arro-Phosphate.. changingthin NOTICE OP ELECTION

anemic women with toneless > l

} O. F. KRIBBa W. J, 3TXBI President Wilson has taken the'last tissues flabby flesh. Into the meetbeautiful In compliance with the law In ..ucbcases KISSIMMEE CE & COLD CO.
to make National | STORAGE i
necessary the
KRIBBS ft: STEED step Yosy-cheeked and plump made and provided. It Is herebyannounced n ne06004)4)061i0 ns
Guards available for duty in France, and declared that an eleo-
round formed women imaginable. tlon will be held at Oxceola -
Narcpossee
ATTORNEYS AT LAW and has issued a proclamation draft- county, :Florida Special Tax Schoollstrlct .. .o..o..o..oo.o.oo..o....

Legal business of all kinds glvei.. ng' the State Guards into the armyof Atlanta Ga. Dr Jacobson said In a > No. -2. on Thursday August I
i the United States on or before recent Interview that 90 per cent of 2nd A. D. .117, for the purpose of de.
prompt attention. nemla comes from nervous breakdown ermlnlns I who shall serve as trusteesof bond of thirty I (10%' ) per cent of theamount taken-as) confessed by said defepdint.It .
r August 5th.Fourteen said district for two years next after of his bid. work must comnence I. further ordered that this order
Bid which can only be corrected by supply
U Office 11 and 11 State Bank camp sites for the sixteen Ing the necessary phosphates to the election and to fix the number of mills within 10 day after the letting be published once a week for four eon
, Klsslmmee, Florida.Pat tactical divisions into which the guard nervous system that l. lacking In the of district school tax to- be levied and of each contract. secutlve weeks In the Klsslmmee Val

will be organized for war food you eat an dthla can be quickly collected annually for the said two The Board reserves the right to re. ley Gazette-a, newspaper published In ",
purposes "
upplledby taking one or two o-grraln 'ears. lest any and aU bids. said county and state.
Johnston O. P. Oarreti have already been selected and the ATKO Phosphate tablets after each m.al The following were appointed to act taf'nl.tr"o':: Specifications: can be ob This. 13rd day of June; 1117.
militia bureau is preparing the rail and at bed time.: It will In many cases at said elections: I Alan J. MacDonoufrh: arhltect I .J..Clerk !
I JOHNSTON &: GARRETTATTORNEY.ATLAW of the to the make a pale acrawney face the picture C. W. Bruce, J. D Tlndall and E. B Klsslmmee Florida upon the 1 (Ct. Ct. Seal) Circuit court.
routing troops
way of health In a /ew days. I have seen Avant, Inspectors; and W' F. 11111 1 de posit'of certified check In the sum of Z BASS .
camps. Seven of the sites selected women that I expected would have tobe Clnrk. $10 for the Campbell and Lokosee plans Solicitor tor Complainant. II....
are in the southeastern department\ under treatment for,months re- Done by order of the Board of Pub. and 125 for the Kennnsvllle. plans.
Offices 10 11 and 12 Citizens Ban) I o.rtt perfect health In one or two lie Instruction of Oseeola County WALTER: C. BASS NOTICE' "
in in the
five southern and two west OF IIITRATOR-rOR
D. .
weeks' time.SPECIAL Florida this lard of June. A. Ul7. Chairman Board of Public Instruction. .
Building 1 FINAL DISCHARGE]
NOTICE!: The Arico-Phoa- W. C. BASS Chairman.4tte.t Oseeola County, Fla. ,
Klsslmmee. Fla. ern.Just where our home will hate P. : Attest: -
recommended Dr H. Jacob
company by <
C. B YOWELL c. E. YOWELL. c.... ... '
be called is uncertain, ns Capt. H.Katz son contalna phosphates such as areprescribed Superintendent. Z8-6t Secretary. JS-Jt I. Curt .1 . Slate .(
J. A. TROVILLION M. D. by leading physicianshroughout Fl.rld.
that he has received
states no the world and It will be NOTICE! OF KXECUTQR -
Special Attention to instruction, in the matter at. this round the most effectvle form for SHERIFF'S BALE! In Ife Estate .f frtmrHlm .._ 01.eo. .
CANCER/GOITRE! TUMORS and date. treating patients with Nervous Dyaepsla. I. Cosirt ef Ceemty Judge Oseeela. 1 ..,,,.
.
DISEASES OF THE SKIN. Stomach Troubles, Brain Fag. Notice I. hereby given that, under Co..t,., State ef Florida -
Orlando Office-Boardman Building, and Nervous Prostration. It will renew anti by virtue of a warrant Issued by Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt
GIRLS! WHITEN SKIN youthful vim and vigor and build up the Comptroller of the State of Florida ,
concern that on the 1st day of
8to 11 .. m. I. Estate! ef Jehsi W. Tbesspsesi may
r
WITH LEMON JUICE the whole body. If your druggist will directed to me as Sheriff of Oseeola August A. D. 1(17. I shall apply to the '
andto 6
Winter Park Office-2 to 4 not supply you with Arg-o-Phosphate. County Florida commanding me to ---- r Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of said
8 m. epl 6n>o pd end $1.00 for two weeks' treatment, to collect by levy and sale from the South Notice is hereby given to all wbom .court a. Judge of Probate for finaldischarge '
p. my
Make a beauty lotion for a few centsto Argo Laboratories 10 Forsyth 8U, At Florida' and Gulf! Railway Company.the It may concern that on the nth day of as Administrator of the. estate .
remove tan freckles: ..1. anta, Oa.I sum of Two Thousand. Two Hundred D..c..mt..r. A. D 117 I shall apply to of Prlscllla Bass deceased: and .
lowness and Twenty Dollar. and Seventy- the Honorable T. &t:. !Murphy Judge of th.t'at the Ume I will to
same
( I I I II I I I I I I I I I I M I H I I I five Cents U.nO,711) that being: the aid Court, 1<. Judge of..Probate.-for my said court my final accounts 'as present Administrator -
LEWIS O'BRYAN mount of State County ..nd. Special final discharge as Executor of the es- of said estate, and ask for
-- -- --- - ----- TouFjfrocer hasThelenionFand'iny .. Taxes levied and assessed for the yearA. ate. of 'John' W. Thomr.on. deceased: their approval. ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW drug store or toilet counter will supply LegalAdvertisements D. UII, under Section 4( of Chapter \pd that at the I will prelent' Dated January list, A. D. 117. ,
un of the Laws of Florida ag.lntlt the my final accounts as Executor of OSCAR BA88.SItem .'
> you with three' ounce. of orchard aid South Florida and Quit Railway aid estate, and ask for their approval.Dated Administrator. t' .
Waring(il( Building.: white for a few cents. Squeeze the : Company I have levied upon the fol- June. llth A. D. Itl7. r.

Juice of two fresh lemons into a bottle lowing described property' EDGAR D. HOGIAN-. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR.
then put in the orchard white and I .11'1 I II H IHIIII Illllllllf 1 11 Locomotives miles of track <
RENT shake well. This makes a quarter pintof ] ...... e* Application tee Tax: Deed .- 1 Combination Car. NOTICE OF BXkfirUTORFer In C..rt.f Centy ......
FOR the very best lemon skin whitenerand des .__...* 5T4 aid? BTS.: de.- I 1 Motor Cars, ( Final Discharge) ..tat. of Flertdn ;
eral Statute .f the State Depot.
and furnished complexion beautifier known. . All Tools and Four Camp' Cara. ...
:Rooms unfurnished f I. Estate f Palllsi *
this lotion rlt C.." .f C..t Jedare, Oseeela re
furnished. Massage fragrant creamy .Flerlda.'I All belonging to and owned by the .
and Oeeeeln Cesinty
Houses unfurnished South Florida and Gulf Railway Com- Commtf, State .f ..1.rI... .r
neck and
Also city properties farmat citrus, daily into the face arms Notice Is hereby given that B. O. I In the County of OseeoUt and !.,Re Eo t..1 J.b. .La..IaII..
lands',fsr sale hands and just see now freckles, tan, Merrill purchaser of Tax Certificatesos. ''I Mate of Florida and I will. onthe
and gming 7th ofSeptember.
trucking redness and roughness .. 1090 and 1001-dated the (th day may concern that on the day
sallowness, day of August, A. D. 1(17, the same be- Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt b.U17 I shall
A. aDDly'tethe
01 July A. D. HIS. has filed said o..r.tlfte.t. > nethe first and the Rule that the list day of .
Monday Day on
" and how smooth soft and may concern ldurphy. of
REALTY PARLOR disappear ** In my office and has made ap. 01 the said month, for sale at pub. October A. D. 117. 1- shall te Honorable T. M. Judge
, ., TUE [ELITE 1 offer .
clear the skin becomes. Yes I It is plication for Tax Deed. to Issue In ao- lie outcry between the' legal hours of the Honorable; T. M. Murphy, Judge of said Court. as Judge of Probate, for
the beautiful results ordance to law. of Probate, for my final discharge aa Administrator of
and Judge
harmless sale at the Depot, owned by the South aid Court aa my
r MRS. SUMMERS, Manager. Bald.certificate embrace the follow Florida and Gulf Railway at final discharge as Executor of the estate the estate of Philip Mohr. deceased;
will surprise you. nK lylna and being Prairie Oseeola comp.n"j da. of John McLauS'hlln, deceased; and that at the same time I will present -
bc'V: Ridge
,: Bass St:cor. Brack. N.KUsi me* situate In county Btate of the aforesaid. mentioned property and and that at the same time I will present to said Court my final aooounts ..
Two blocks north'.of Christian church. AVrrSWIGDFUL R nv Florida, towlti Lot number Seventeen ell the same to the highest and best my Anal accounts .. Executor ofsaid Administrator of said estate. and. ask
U (IT) of Block Three Hundred. Four bidder for cash to collect above taxes estate, and ask for their approval. for. their approval.
'104). and Lot number Twenty (10) of and the costs and of this sale. Dated April Itrd.,A.. D. 117 Dated March fib. 117.
; STOMACH lock Three Hundred Fourt. (aU) of expenses L. H. INGRAM. ; K. E.' MCLAUGHLIN, A. E. DROUGHT.ISlem .
St.- Cloud Florida. As Sheriff of Oseeola County Florida. prll- The said lands being assessed In thiname '
W.'THOMPSON WILL f ONV INC I'-It-
J. ONE DOS' of B. L. Darting and W. A. Jack. .., lit CIRCUIT COURT NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR

Cancer anal Ulcers of the on. at the date of Issuance of said ser- STATE or rixmiDA. -
; Gall Stones' Iflcates, unless said certificates shall NOTICE TOCONTRACTOMThe In Ce>nrt .( c....,. J.dSS.. Bent .*
DirectorAND and Intestines AutoIntoxication b. redeemed according to law tax deed
Funeral Stomach C.I..t r '"
T. Mlndler. > .
: will thereon on. the 13ihday.ofAugust. > Board of Public Instruction of Katie . -
Jaundice, Appendicitis U.t' rraahc T. MlndUfv Defemdawt.SereBth <
will receive
Yellow '" D. 117.: Oaoeola County Florida, E.tat..1 ....
official seal furnishing material and Im re Orn o-aIa
ailments result from Witness my hand and roposals for Mr
:: and other fatal t hie the 11th day' of July A. D. ItlT. labor neceseary for the constructionand ........Ctml OM. *ln Comm .. ;A
Stomach Trouble. Thousands of (Seal t. U OV RSTREBT. erection of school buildings at the 47-IN CHAMCBS1T.It .
Kenansvllle, Camp>> Notice Is h reby siren to all wham
Courts Oseeola Count y, following points:
EMBALMER Stomach Suffsrers owe their complete Cleerr Car lo-Ie bell. ...k..... Flu" ..til Is o'clock a. tn, appearing by affidavit apvended to It mar oonoorpL.that en the s.tb dap ef,

; tIC NSED" recovery, to, Mayas Wonderful July leth HIT. for the Campbell and the bill Sled above In the abovestatedcause u, 1 M.7kIraf apply to 4?'
OHDUIANCBB 'okoaee buildings and until 1* a. m. that Frank T. aflndler, the defendant the Honorable T hy: Judge .r
, Ramed,. Unlike any,other fee StomaCh -, August
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Store and .Chapel. ."Stawwt Aver Ailment; For .sale by 'J. T. Bo .. ONaaa.r I. Re...... ibe ......- I.... at the efflee of the Superintendentf dent ot the State of Florida, and I* a Seal discharge as Administratrixor ,
of of No..l_ Arlsena. ever th. the estate of Della Oraba>ns. ....*-'
... .... of ..... Public Instruction In tbs.City ,, resident
1DMt.- Tla1. ., benon and-druggist..rywher.::.:,; ' Cleslmmee.. Florida. . ae ef twe ty- ne ".. ,.; It U therefore ed; and that at the sane time I will
; . pld.aen-r..ident defendant prsssnt to said Court my tad .JJo:1 "
. ordered that .
Bid. fee each
1. .lt"OI'4aIDO. J by.:the City' ,of Klsslnc, I. In the, be and ... Is hereby appear aa Administratrix of aid. e.t a1-" J' "
by
1.T fad lilt Nest 1t .... "'Ts) a caNI. osln DqloMoow 1Y'I IIII- companied of $150. mad a .1I41if.j'IDUot Walter CL t* the bill .f roqal"f.f.....la ask for thelr/approraLT "
...is JMg sum
wader theage '
That no person oir prose to. ItCT D.'I/1Y.
= .- -. ... 1. Base chairman of, of Pub. said cans on or before Monday the Dated Jna A- : 7" + "
In the "
shall
II eo....... ... -- .. tile .I of twenty-one: engage eld lie Instruction o a sruarantee th e''' Stn dar of Anrest. Av D. 1S1T. other .JACKIB.ANN.. ORAKAMT J.

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\" aF THE K1SSIMMEE' VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAT, JULY 20,..1917 .
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44404044044404444di. ,0.0.010,0.,01..1.010.0.' BAND ATTRACTS VISITORS James W. Perkins at his at.flo
.. 4 O : FROM OTHER COUNTIES Mm.. honor.in MfLand Florida, pn Aujujt 7th, Kf
i. 0 FOR MISS\ HYATT 4 :1 I
ADDITIONAL LOCALS I 1817 at 1'11:00: oclook a. nedwhct1
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Notes $ 0 4Miss' bond* In the above > J1
t Society That our Sunday afternoon concerts should not be validated and confirmed
.. +++Oo"O'.O-O 'O+H I according to the Statutes In such case,
John Wilder has purchased J'a IUBW are growing in popularity and are enjoyed -j made and provI Helen Virginia Bass delightfully ,JOHN I., OVERSTRKRT.
1 by out-of-town folksvwho motor I
of Said Court.
Dodge
ear Clerk
Mrs E. E. Wells, Editor.) at.8t
I ( entertained 'a number of her 1 tore from nearby counties was evident
friends. Tuesday afternoon at her home The citizens can help by each cleaning last Sunday. It is estimated that fullya (JTll'IQ FOR'rrJ.lC'ATION FOR
u Request .U .ade to afl patroni of Hi. Valley Gazette to Mod jtcmsf on Church street in honor of Miss up his own premises. hundred cars. were parked along TAX UE"JUin.!\ KH SECTIONS BT4AI

Sedtty Events \> the Editor for publication .ia the.e colnms.l Anne Hyatt of Sopherton, Ga., who Hear the latest, popular sheet, music the ,streets during the,concert hour. T1IH!\ ): STATE IIT3 <"]!\\iI OF has been the attractive of her ,
guest at the PALACE DRUG STORE.I. Orange county's pennant was In' the
; r i . . .I..I.I..I.- . . .I.IOI'O'OO'OO.OO..oototttt + brother, Dr. C. L. Hyatt. The Dainty majority the visiting autolsts, NOTICE:: 18 HEIlEnY GIVEN: that Q.W. ...
..1 II. 10 Ie ill 0 II II . It } fancy work occupied the..attention of B< Dawson: of Sanford spent Sunday - among Thomas purchaser of Tax Crrtlfl
O.O and ten of those were counted.( Seven rates N... 849, SSU. and sat dated the
.... . .tOo ouootOoouo.ouo theguest during the afternoon and 'visiting1 friends in the city. 6th day of July A, D. 1911. has ales
. 0k 4 were here ,from' lk", four from Seminole said ccitlrtcnti-H In my office and has
""+ FIRE GIRLS<< MAKE * EASTERN ...STAR ENTER. the following informal program was Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Harvey. spent four from Hillsborough, and made apnllcatton for tax deed. to issued .
h CAMP accordance .cjrtlrtcntejembrace
+I.1 f...+ ,.MERRY a TAINED greatly enjoyed. the weekend in Kissimmee and vicin. one from Volusia. the following' lands, lying- and
.0 d } 0 4 Vocal solo Miss ,Ella Mae Gilbert; ity. The boys played a fine concert and belnv Florida situate twlt, In tiacrola: County'** Stateof '

.'oo"o oooooooo"'oo'oo .O.OO.oooootOtOOOOO. OOOO reading' Miss Mildred Winn; instrumental Representative N. C. Bryan left so thoroughly did the audience appreciate -' Bli': 84t Lot 1 and S. Blook Af" Hotel8ltNo.

}1 ...+ The members of, the Eastern Star duet Misses Lilian Prentls and Tuesday for a few days' business trip their music that insistent calls SB9. I.Ota 1 and 8, niock U. 'hotel
i .\: The Fuleechee: Camp Fire Girls en- Helen Bass; and several popular selec- made "' JCIssimmee'sband sit' .. y
Lodge have adjourned their meetings to Tallahassee. were for encores. Nn U 1. Lot B, Hlock Jl. Hotel Site.
r 'l,f ,,. 3oyed two very pleasant afternoons tions by Miss Hyatt. The hostes assisted ; has long been recognized one All bclng'-ln" Kliialminee. Park.
c' .P,1\' 'this week. On Friday Miss Lois until fall, but will hlod socialmeet- by her mother, Mrs W C. Bass, Remember the sale is still on at the of the best musical organizations in name The mild of \V land A. Drown.being aanKKned W, .A. Itrown In the .

\ Overstreet Invited the! ""members' to ings' bimonthly during that period. served a delicious ice e urae. Those Dollar Limit and you will save money this part of the stats and has added and M J. n.>..r
t meet her cousin, Miss Onle Austin, of Mrs. S. L., Lupfer'was a pleasing: invited wore: ,Misses Anne Hyatt, Ella by buying: now, greatly to the fame of the city., limo of. .the issuance of said certlflC"uni -
g;ff 3j Bowling Green, who is her guest., The Mao Gilbert, Lilian Prentis Jessie <-*.* aald certificates shall lie redeemed .
hostess for the tint. of these meetingsand If you havn't attended our "Clean aopordltnc to law. tax deed will
f 'misses brought their fancy work for. entertained at her, home'; on' Ver- Morrey, Maud Alice Wagner, Elthel sweep Sale" you had better hurry.before TUCKER AND LEE BUY O'BERRY :::IeA.thereon U. 1917., on
;. a 'an''Informal afternoon. On their arrival Gilbert, Mattie Belle Harris,. Mildred it is too late; Dollar. Limit FARM; WILL START HOG RANCH \\' tnei.*., mv hand. and offlolnl seal atKIe.Irom.
served with'puneh, or.u street, on Thursday afternoon, of .. Cit Plo4dn the 19th
,t >they were. Winn, Orpha Rose, Ethel Lee, Jose f. (H I --:.. . ) '
and with punch and cakes. later: in the ta)t'wtek. phine Reynolds, Maurine Dann, Kathleen Mrsv J. S, Cadcl has gone to Wash A deal was1 closed this week where.by day or July, A. 11.J.11I11 I.. O\'KRRT12EIT, .

.-afternoon.. Those Invited were: Jeanette Forty guests Vere invited;including* Bearden, Lucy Witherspoon; ington, called there by. the'serious. illness 'J. Wade Tucker and Walter "T.re Clerk State Circuit of Florida.Court Uareola Count-,

> Prevatt, Lillian Harris,. Muriel the members of the, lode the. wives Grace Winn, Amy. Makinson' Cornelia of her mother became the owners of the well know'nO'Berry (Seal) by 8.:H. ItUl. .lXlCK. P. &

Frentis, Mary Singletary, Dorothy Lancaster. Mrs. Elizabeth: Waring, who was operated place south of the city )imltll. -
Ma80
andand of th
daughters s. "
l r' Wells, Gladys Griffin. $ on at a hospital in Orlandqthis This is, a beautiful tract of land, C70
On Saturday the 'Derry: crowd iriet Pretty decorations ,of cut flowers;: week, is critically ill. acres: in all, and, is considered one of HOTEL DUVALJACKSONVILLE'

with Miss Dorothy Wells at her home where roses predominated! used with o o the most fertile spots in this nt jg1.!
TACKY PARTY a W. C Bass and son, Walter, are expected
1r v, 'on Posslel -avenue. This was in the quantities ,of pink vine, made the .I 4 home today from a'two'weeks' brohood. Opposite poitofflcn,, hot and cold..

? a nature of a porch party. and the guest rooms especially attractive. ...ootO..ott.Omr R + The new owners .expect' to' conver I .water......1_;......elevatortelephony_1II'.n.' .,.,...*...-'''''rate.son' _
'were :entertained on tbe'ver nda, l lher' nit'rfl.l' ll?+ x1 Q..a.wWMfjton. :"frrbffP't1i 1 f3'Y'li3g" ran. 'i 'h" :: WI ,, same room tl SO; with bath
llg 'elin"e rt"rr revat trr.trnr;; ; : ..
Tarter ,l 'Cnfernt llf"'tftii > .
"* tt1i"'Ui f I 60- and two person aame room r r1r
'Mf1 1&f'1prif"t1i'i stock it with! the Duroc-Jersey breed.
L 'r'outlne'of'' the vlrcle,' as this was.the and 'the,guests chatted. l and 'f jfchioned I friends Wednesday night.:at her Miss ''Lenore Fortner and OliVine'! Just n'ow, however, it is a' questioncf tV, *. JIINE!, Mgr.wa .
y ".' home on Mabbette street"with
: Vegular business'meeting. pretty' needlework.' "' a'tacky Savage left Wednesday for Rodman to i fed and no great ,amount of stock .

t ..., Refreshments of, :cake' and cold Mrs. Nellie Rogero, Misses Corrie party." The young set certain- be the guests. of the O'Berry familyfor will be purchased until! a food crop can

.drinks. were' served. Attending 'were Cannon and Lucy' Lupfer, served re presented an unusual appearance as a week. be grown. Comencing'with the spring,

Kth..,, camp fire 'members;,their g ard. freshing block,ice cream, and, eake..O".OO.OO..O..OO..O .* prizes they: vied which with were each offered other to for'win the the :''Mrs. C. Brice-Nash is visiting her r goodly acre' age of corn, sorghum,

: San,.Mrs._C. .II. Summers, Christie 4000 I "tackiest" .costume. Lot Overstreetwon former home in' Hutchinson, Kan, She cowpeas, velvet beam, dwarf eiscx
v and Misses Onle Austin and will be and it Is
-"Summers, I will rape planted hoped
not return home till school
'the'glr's\ prize and Prator Gilbert opensin

'pear le i Jones of Bowling Green. 4 IN HONOR OF' MISS ZANT 4 the the fall. Jr! that three years hence 1,000 head of
A I won boy's prize.
4 4. hogs will be shipped from this farm.
:.OOO..OO..oot., .... -.4- Merry games amused the guests G. M. Shearouse, Jr.,.left Tuesday I This property has changed hands several
;. and refreshments of punch and cakes night for Atlanta, where he went on I times since J. F. O'Berry owned it

-LAWN' PARTY. 4i Mrs. T. M. Rivers entertained very concluded the evening Mrs. ,V. W. insurance business. lie expects to return and belonged to E.. L. Lesley when this fir

:a. I 4 pleasantly Friday afternoon at het: attractive Edwards, Mrs.' G. M. Shearouse, Jr., Sunday morning.Mr. sale was made. The purchase price I,
t . .OOO.OOOt.OO..O..ot..O. home ow Mabbette'street" in and Miss Mallie- Folks assisted In I
and', Mrs. J. W. Wilder, with was not made public
'Miss Mildred Burka'm entertained honor of ,Miss Beulah ,.Zant,,,who is, serving.
about' twenty of her friends Saturday here from Lake Park, Ga. ,; Miss Jeanette's guests were: Misses their daughter Miss Ethel, and son, SUMMER SCHOOL OPENS

.evening with a 2a11'part': at' her Fany work and conversation'amusedthe Lois Overstreet, Margaret Le, Mamie John, motored Daytona Wednesdayfor Summer School opened'at the Osce
4 a couple -of days.
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:home.on take, street.. A, diversion of guesta during the 'hours from' 3:30 Pilley' Cecil Rice'of Tampa, Dot and ola High School building, July 16, under r
d :'the:'evening .was) :a .bird'' contest, In to 6 o'clock, and Misses Lucy Buckles, Jo Makinson, ,Lucile:and Myrtis Whid 'Mrs. Charles;,. Persona returned the direction: of Frank Cawkins, SickRoomandToilette. .

Q 'which' Miss Myrtle Whidden won the Helen Bass and Gussie Winn rendered den, Essie and Ruby Grace Bass, Lucy Thursday from Box Springs, G*., assisted by his sister, Miss -Nellie\

''i', ''girls'' pri. and -Elmo Griffin; 'the several beautiful musical numbers. Lupfer, Bessie.Smtih, Mallie Folks, where she has been visiting relativesfor Cawkins. The enrollment for the first SundriesTry

t 'boys'. Miss Thelma Woodall and Al- Mrs. L.,R.'Farmer assisted the )h met Grace Gilbert, Alpha Westfall. Mary the past week. week is unusually large and every

: j, '1an.StcMkdale'recttlvM the:consolation ess in serving sandwices/ punch and Singletary, Gladys Griffin, Dorothy Dr, W. T. Thomas returned to his thing' seems to be progressing.nicely. us when you require rubber

.r..:\p" i( !")' 'rlse.., Refreshing: punch was served"during wafers. Three' dainty little misses) Wells, Nellie Woodall, Muriel Prentis, duties as pharmacist In the Osceola Mr. Catkins and his sister are both goods, nursery- essentials, toilette\

; the evening and' .later the ,host- Evelyn; Paulk, Eunice and Madge. Riviers Lillian ,Harris, Messrs. Henry Singl Pharmacy Thursday after a few days. Kissimmee young 'P4Ople and are de- requisites, etc. We .specialize in

K"s aervedies. cream, and cake.. ,"also served,the guesta. tary; Elmo* Griffin, Orville Harrison, spent in Atlanta, Ga. serving of,'the'liberal patronage they the kind of goods that remain to
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\,', 1 Those enjoyingthis pleasant event Howard Waddick, Willie Sutton, Orick are receiving.The please and give comfort long after r

.......... .o ..(oo .o. were:' Miss Zant,.'Mrs. Lane Paulk: Suhl, Paul,'and Saul' Folks, 'Stratton We are offering,better bargains at school will continue eight I I I the price has been forgotten., We

4' MERRY DANCING'' PARTY ': Miss Cecelia Overstreet, Miss Ruth Story, Prator Gilbert, Bert Wells-' Jo, the Dollar Limit sale than you will be weeks).. sell only the quality goods we s

..Oe 4 Clark, Miss Nina Bratton, Mrs. Roma Prevatt and Russell Edwards., able to get. later, on as the price' ofgoods know will suit you- We price themto

f .....o..o..o.Ot... Thomas, Mrs. H. R. May, Mrs. C; is advancing every day.: ''Mr. and Mrs. F. C, Bryan and their suit you, also.
.OOOO.OOOOO..O..O..O..O.
Mrs, Herbert Wichtendahl arav4a\ Buckles, Mrs Julius\ Smith, Misses 0 4 Died 'at the family home in Mt. nephew,Edgar Bryan, who left 'In

l; .pretty' dancing party Friday night at Grace and Guasie'' Winn, Helen'Bals; PARTY FOR LITTLE FOLKS" Dora on July 6th, Miss Louise Lewis, their car a month ago to visit relatives e .

('the Graystone Hotel, complimentary\ Emma Yowell, Irene Williams and 0 0 I youngest daughter. of the late Dr. T. in Marshalville, Ga., returned home Palace Drug Store
'to her guest'from Tampa, Miss Cecil Mrs. Farmer. 00..0.0..00. . .. .. . ... ,If. Lewis. The deceased spent her Saturday night. Their son, Frank,

UN. Little Robert Wyatt Mach'dellJrht. I girlhood days Kissimmee and was !who hat been in MarshaJvilU and Ma. .
OO..OOOotOtOO............. fully entertained a number, of )hisfriendeTuesdayafternoon Otis Steven, Mgr ;
.
mornctt ; for of months ,
This be of the loved most those who knew Ga. couple packing
prove4.to' one 4 tip: J i I.; ,. .1. c J ,il I Re\ r.:_<.", i,'iV_>-l"',.'<"'l, ;"s* , athia|\ ,', by tn,.,, '' :,,."" ' /ri\..here. con .a I ....,"S .. ,rlGd', , ':.
events of the season and'the young .'' bests I*rJ'';"' "': '\'n.I.\j'ItM\' ; ,!.MW"\\\ :.:! 'peaches and visiting, returned ,
MISS,SIDWAY HONOR GUEST
home Emmett street in honor of his
danced in the on with them. A Miss Clara Belle
set living room or congregated niece
<> The little folks The Osceola High- School Building
fifth
birthday. enjoy.
the for McGee; of Macon was also a'memberof
on adjoining veranda .1 ,
'conversation. I .OtO O.. I ed playing games, after which refreshments has been freshened in appearance this the ,
I of ice cake and week byft/ coat of paint on the outside party
'f M C Miss Lucy Witherspoon charming cream, Shuman and children
Mrs. C. ,B. Elam and Mrs. M.I I Mrs. T. J. are
', Bhearouse,'Jr,, presided at the piano ly' entertained her girl friends, Friday punch were served. Those presentwere metal and wood work. visiting Kingsland, Ga., where: they WantedCar .

and so bewitchlng.as the music that I Il i! afternon with a cycle tea at her homeon Virginia, Geraldine, John T.: and Roger Dodd, cashier of the Citizens will 'spend a month with relatives.A .
Church street, Miss Gladys Sid. India Lesley Juanita and Marian Bank of Kissimmee, and his fam'llyare
it was with regret the guests reached party of auto'sts'! from Wauchula, '
the close of the program 1 1r I way, who is visiting Miss Ruth Butler, Graves, Richard and Hal Lupfer, Joe in Georgia for a two weeks' vaca collided with a cow on the Orlando of Old Irons

:!r/; Delicious fruit, punch was served was. the honor guest of this event. The Tucker, Carol t Makinson, Lilia Ham tion. They will.visit in Ringgold and road yesterday. A lady member of

throughout the evening. . j afternon hours were spent quite informally mock, Harry Lee and Russell Swain, other points. the party was injured and broughthere

The invited guests included: :Misses I with chatting and fancy ,Miss' Orpha Rose assisted Mrs. Mach Little Jane and Sanford May, children ,for medical treatment. Will buy all kinds of ,

''Cecil: : ,Rice, Mamie Pilley, Jo and Dot I work. Mrs. P. K. Weaver and Mrs. to entertain the little ones. of Dr. and Mrs. M. S. May, left
Bullock two of KI simmee.'s riHCt'IT COURT: SKI ENTII: Old Iron and Steel delivered
.'Makinson, Margaret Lee, Grace Gi-]-> I Stanley Tuesday to visit their grandparents, IN THE ,
o.o JUDICIAL ClltrllT.: IN A-\I: FOIl
most talented vocalists several
.bert, Norma Griffin, Mattie,Stanford sang 4 0 Dr. and Mrs. F. P. May, at Quincy, 011KOI.A! : COUNTY.: FLORIDA at our store.
:Maggie Mae McCranie, Alpha West- ; beautiful selections. Iced tea and 4 INTERESTING LODGE 4 Fla.

fall, Lucy Lupfer, Connie\ C.nnon,1 l lMeson. sandwiches refreshed the guests. A: 4 MEETING 0 VAUIHTIOV OF R<)>n. Or for ton lots we will
silver offering of $1 was donated to 'Capt. Jim Woodall, with] his com ,
Raymond Bearden, Prator 4 .0 ftprvlal Road sad Bridirv 1J1..I.t l No. 1,
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'f ilbert, Willie Sutton, Roscoe Rober- I the Red Cross fund. 044440 .OoCOoOo.H+O++ pany. of "conscripts, selected, by Owrolii ('..n..,.. Florid. rsT the buy and haul ,same.
son, Leroy Lesley, Dick Bullock, Murray 'Those enjoying the afternoon were: The Woodman Circle Lodge held an Mayor Cadel, 4s working" wonders lit t Stale of Florid

d Overstreet, Walter Bass, *John Miss Lucy Witherspoon, Mrs. Stanley interesting meeting Tuesday night at the appearance of the town by his NOTICE TO SHOW CAtlSR i

:Lee, Joseph Sears, Harold Richardson' Bullock, Jr., Mrs. P. K. Weaver, Miss their' hill in the Fraternity Building, ruthless warfare on weeds and trash. .,..-- We B MAKINSON'CO.
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,'Mrs. Nellie Rogero, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ruth Butler, :Miss Gladys Sidway, whcih was presided over by the grand Rev. C. .11. Summers expects to To the\Taxpayer Road/ and Frldne and Cltlieni District, of Number Special ?

;:Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert I Kathleen Bearden, Eleanor and Bessie past guardian, Mrs. Marion Gilbert, of leave Monday' for Venus In DeSoto 1, Oaceola County' Florida:
'Wichtendahl and Rudolph Wichten- I Ii Moseley, Miss Marie IIuddleston, Facksonville. A large crowd was in county to hold revival services. This You are hereby notified and required

:dahl, Mr. and Mrs.. C. B. 'Elam and Misses Maudo and Louise Thomason, attendance and two candidates were fs missionary territory and Rev. Sum ""!.

.Mrs. G. M. Shearou/e> Jr. ', .. I'and Miss Lucy Buckles. nitiated. mers will go as district missionary ,
secretary. He' will be absent from

Ir" home..about-two,weeksv -N
T -' ' ANN O U NeE- MEN T ft
t Senator N. P.'Bryan and his sister,

Miss, Nancy Call Bryan, motored here .
'
from Jacksonville Saturday to visit WHY we have commenced to give Southern Profit
I relatives and take lr'mother, Mrs.
J. M. Bryan, home. Their sister, Mrs. Sharing' "Green" Coupons.For .

B, B. Simpson, accompanied them to 50 the retail
'A Community over years merchant has been given a
Healthy Jacksonville Sunday for a few days.
Dr. W. B. Wlthers'poon, who headed discount by manufacturers and jobbers, if he paid cash or {
promptly within a stated time.
the movement to raise; subscriptions In

this city for the, Red Cross war fund, After thinking .this matter over we have,decided l that

reported a total secured of $981. This the customer of the retail merchant entitled to the same

Idler and spendthrift are diseased germ in the blood of the was forwarded' to the Red Cross head consideration. Acting on this theory we have commencedto t

community., quarters at Jacksonville. In' addition'to give to our customers these famous Coupons.
this special subscription, more than "
'' $200 is now in the treasury of the Kis. They i are the" same as MONEY and to leave our store t
'They are parasites striving to destroy what other are using every /
t simmee Red Cross Chapter, which also 'without calling for'them IS LIKE LEAVING YOUR
effort make well and ,1 ,
t to strong, -" ., speaks well' ,for the ,patriotism. ,of our. CHANGE' ON THE, COUNTER. u '

If you would be one of the: health corpuscle I tart a bank account'' citizens For them you can secure Aluminum'Cooking Utensils, ,
r ,C. E. Yowell Miss Emma Yowell,
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qs t -you. will be) doing:: your duty to', your, community, to' your,"home,, and. 'fI''' '. Mr.. and Mrs. A,, W. Winn, Dr ,and Silverware Dishes. Cut Glass, Watches and Jewelry of all Trw *

-, i ", above'all'loyourselfr .- T f-. .. Mrs."T.: M. Rivers, and two daughters, kinds, in fact most anything- you ,can-' ,mention, even

S o .. ?" .. ,(",Iut't",It.; .ae Mrs, S... B.. Anltman, Mrs. II. M, Do. railroad mileage.' ri'

4 t I ': ". Large and small account arc welcomed. '!.. st}this institution. Same ''l l).", .!'; yoreo, Misses: Gucsia Winn. ; Beulah No Parcel Post or Express to pay,.:everything conies' '

interest paid on alL, . Zant, Annsvsnd Margaret Davidson Prepaid. Ask for a catalogue and twenty Complimentary '
motored to Orlando' nday evening: .
Coupon*, then get the "SAVING HABIT."
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. and 'attended church"services at the ,
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Yours truly
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f J CITIZENS BANK : members of the .Christian'.Church''of

: Kisslmmee and took Jthi* occasion,to I H.: C 'STANFORD :COMPANY';

u OF KISSIMMEE / I'' listen to,their: ,former pastor!;;Rev.. A. .
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