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 27, 1917
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00813
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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$20,O0o STATE AID DE S ''c l8lYUCS' :Fn ;-(WilY. 7-//.:;

FOR. THE LOUGHMAN I ' ht at the City Hall, ;MEMBER OF ,COMPANY' : ik .

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the deliberations, f"J"1' ; .


'* f NE Gm';ARTICLES: .FOR:,' :OUR. ,
,--- ------.---- FOR R OSCEOLA ,SOLDIER' 8QYs-EffOUCH.'IAGS. z.
r ,, COMMITTEE -;:-fa.*rt.- MEMBER.. "';.

Last time the United S tales Congress '
year some 'O fS 575,000 'mee Ju..' called at' "tho Hartc
be apportioned the veraf' states each for '
t money to among year Memorial: building Saturday \ 'aftr.4
k of assisting and encouraging the building of good roads': This -- ONE OTHER. ,COUNTY noon"to arranga' 'for; ,tho giving of \1<.
was made contingent upon'the' Legislature of any state desiring .. ......:...... comfort begs to the< members of Com.pany'B 'j".
r 'of this fund appropriating an amount'' equal to its share of the -. before"their departure for tho'
Florida Legislature which met last April passed: the I 'TALLAHASSEE, ,July 20. -MaJ. training camp'" Macon,, Gal was\: ,i''
necessary Farm Loan Associ: .Edw.Atlhelsonbt'charge:: ; of makingup largely attended ct., and""the project '..
qualified to receive its share of this money which, with the I received plats from the Fed. the*district qttotas for eyery district will under way. Thorlad4srarf'dWtarmtaed ,..

made by-the state, amounts to,about 500000. The board: i tank' of Columbia, S. ,C, la thai.Btatsv!., under the selective t] t.y.i7boi om'1tla.lm.

minister this fund is cotnposed.of: Ed Scott chairman: ; J. D. Sm : ; i rloe ',Johnson 'is busy' + draft, completed ,his work toy meo. and the .vicinity"will( bo .twin ;

M. b3 &!tt w.J,1Jit !!1. .\\t. MH ! '"4 l ttL+ t JlUtlandaaawhieh .dliYAOaAuAf bectLesdrawingRd: .t---- these hem.y.mindeta tartd4tiet'Wobd' '::
loner, and J.; P. Cla'rkson.. chief clerk. 'I 'are to be made. 'When this ben for the draft was begun at. the able that several ..eta.'will;,b;; given .t
: 'eompleUd, the Federal Ap. nationalcapital!; Florida's net ,quotaon Captain 'Katz' for Bother member .y
after the recent in which bond issue
Immediately election a / to' visit this sec the first draft II 6.325. There,has which will be added.'to the.,company >.
was voted to build. brick road from* Kissimmee to the Polk : approve their'valuation' been allowances made, I for National later;,

P vlioa. C. A. Carson,took the matter up with the State Commission loans:are granted.V Guard'/"units: Vaod enlistments- in 'the, These, .bags. >ore' designed to _take __

ft securing a portion of thisfund, to aid in building this road.. : : 'committee, B.' C. Miller, regular 'arrny<:, the place .1'mother'. workbag: and-.

plas to complete, .possible, the St. Cloud: road to the and Dr. W. W, Car Jacksonvillefunhheo.: ingest, Individual they contain'thirteen .in&1l-4.......j! '
{ ;.. approved, loans. ,'on farm i quota, 662;-Tampa: : i* second failed.eondorti, bu| un'ln'zoe' ;/
.district.As to the amount of $75,000, with .364}jDuVal t'county,, outside:' ,of 1 PMslties: to boys 'away-'j'fxi; ,* ice .
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i'result of Mr. Carson efforts Wm. F. Cocke': state be submitted to the Federal Jacksonville;, furriihes25QHillgborocounty : ;' ,Samples; ofi;these bays;. with their< '' '.

sibner, appeared before a special meeting of the. Board: of ; ,'on his visit here, .A num- .;'outside';'ot-T.mpa. .; 272;( Es= plete' equipment, lyre ort display :"fiK;: .

loners\ called for another purpose yesterday and mad' a. tione ;were received too I cambia county,. including, Pensecolatthe Kate store"and.also'gifJitho., .; :.'" ../
to allot $20.000 of the state aid fund for the completion of this '. acted upon, this,, time buy third largos city ja the state, fur. Limit storey 55 'f +'"ti\ '
attention laten. niahes .274.' : Up to'the:present; time! 65 l.b.'r,
furnish'an' engineer, at the expense of the state commission. ;
loans;; are 'Intended 'to be a The'',table 'prepared':by Major Anjderson' Nave been donated; The Hames of| .. 's
,necessary surveys and leupervj.e" the work; which proposition, fsrm.r.'and to encourage I follows r; ,,',;: -:, donors(,followi:, ' -- %' - ".

ty., the Commissioners.. ;w e ae theand development County, City Number of Quota ,Mrs., B.t-B.: :Simpson, 2.: >,

We understand the County Commillionerl/''will ask?for bids. t) .'[preserf>> ':'c isis to increase Alachu -\"". <* r, ...-. ..-..:..- #"" .;. >' Mrs.. Sam lapis, i, ':, *

the Loughman road by contract, and will, at the same, time production,Bank loans are Baker....._ rr' "_-.:,,;:,,......._....-.; .. -41 ,; :'Mi.R'dU. :'Maklnson.' ;'2.'r ,
\' ; ......'atj a' ratoof interest Bay 1" ."' "';"" __":"";"I _""_ 12 Mrs.,W U, 'Who:,2. ? :Y.ii\; '"
of buying the material and build-ing it with convict '
cost the
: tn 'could handle; The rate Bradford ',.;; .., .,._........__,_.... OG > Mrs'D'C.Wacnor.8'cV.: ; :, .,: : : LjThe t1
which ever method proves to be the cheapest . ' ....... : : ') 'i'i ,
1 loisns"i I. five. '
Brevard .
: : 'per; centr! plus (0'V'I .) ..-ss.i Loo, 2.Mrs.C13ucUor,1 'wir
The 'following correspondence. between Mr.' Carson and iandllng' {which in this In- Broward.\".. .+ ...._.. .1'o-:.............;48CeJhoIlD .( i4&.*4JiMlss Jey ,

Commission. explains the' matter in detail. : tip about
C r I :will 'rurtlTlfofi; thirty-ilx Clay "'t,:t.'wrt. .1rrw4r.: -.w_M . ;Mra.J. McPhatter, I", :M.,1Jf1ai
June 20th, 1917. Uc" ;;tho fatmernay'take: '. ,Citrus '.... .+-LColumbia } -.1'I\i..J.:\ :; ..-......*,b Miss Anno1 Carson, I., ". .<';",,+tr;: "' ......

lion. Ed. Scott, Chairman Florida GOVERNOR'S SON :'falser the'explratlon'of five. '!"..MHentando ...._.. .._.._w .4 i Ruth: .t1c'L' j \ 'J

-.w Road 'Commission"* Jacksonville. CAPT. l they so desire. i Dad d*rr,+......r.s.y.: __.. __._..D2. .,U Miss Cowlia Oyorstroot,-1.; ,X t, .. .

1. ./ ...... -.. -' J. : Dtwa. piton foot here I DeDVW.yDuval ......,.:...1_...*...____.. 108 ". Mrs, 3.; 13.,AuJtman; I,." rr,. 'fJ., '
Dear Sir .Please, permit we to ;....,.4LLAHASSERt!: July : : ,bid': the local 1",men 'were tw....;.....,...........;....,;::"" _,,.... 4'Mrr..J/ "J.Wbe r M, lMrs. ,. wh"Ma. '
--write yon o.n.the subject of s",ato"roads w.zr,more d.vl b"t ti"it:I\Dp.;;;"''1t;no's! E. a -=:.. ...=... .. .,i..Jf4.G . ... ,WU"o..1., vw.. 'i
" and stato aid roads; As l..und\ .rstand ..'
the case of the local be.airly launched and' will daden : ;: U l>1 t:J.. t I
lt 5 construction i
state road th* '
.f- tional Guard, some only a matter. of: time till} the ; Hamilton\,.!",.,......._ $. ; {7 ,
' and maintenance. of which is assumed this .._____ .. ... ... 41 .
01// have refused to accept : vicinity will hate this ,.. ; ; --- .
t*' by the state, .without expense! to the Jr., son of the governor, '' money at their disposal Hillaborough A_?__-.._.:._- -27Z ..W. C. Bass, 1; ,:,<.1 r

counties through 'which'theyl'go; anda ed as captain of the July 1st Federal I loans;have Holmes>. -.------.--------+--..!' 88 Miss Helen'Baae,1. 3\ ....
state aid road is one where the first lieutenant has f'a, to Florida farmers 'to'the lackaon' .-:_.-_---..-_, '-.---547 I, Mrs. H, M. :Pfarni, 1. V *..:

55 state. assumes a portion, say half .of his commission being approximately. $12,000,000. J fferson .", .__.__.;___.-.------ 91r ,.(.Miss, Margaret Davidson; :.sM. I'

the cost of construction arid maintenance. In retort, some of the made through the twelve Lafayette,. _..._. .._ .......,.....-,.,..,83 : Miss Mattio Bollo Harris.. 1. .
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company declare they 'Banks, which were, es- Lak e'.''...'.'_'_..___.._..""__..."v...__' _".".'___J"*,84 Miss Marls U ddle.tonl.: ., "
f My first understanding is) that tinue ill the company, under the Federal Farm Lee :. ;:: '::; :'::.;.. :.:'.,:. '.;.:;, ....' 78 -""Mrs.:John Branson, 1. 4w... ". (

these roads amongthe are: supposed various to be counties distributed were advised by Colonel *..* Leon ::::.-_.......,:.,.:.- 79 Miss_E IIr! eJI) 1:...;....;m.....j.....!
son, Jr., commanding of farm loan associ Levy: ,.._4._._1117Liberty. Mrs.. A. M. Story 1. .
If this is I I'
correct tosuggest
quably. beg
first: That the road, !''from that the company has up to July 1 was 230 ..-,, .._...\-,.__ 41 '-In. D..C.,Wheeler,,1. ..' ,...___. .
Ized.I This is borne out 1> total of money asked Manatee' J ,-..-,--.--_._ 24 Mrs.' Ross Graves, 1. > f
"the line to the Polk .
Orange county from Senators\ Fletcher : associations was S11.661.-. Madison ._ ___'._........__.__._._ os Mm.,..N. C.'Brvan. 1. "' '" .
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mee county from line thenortlaldeof running through Osceola Kissim appealed to yesterday, i average amount asked for Marion, ; ,"-,--1 Mrs. E.; S.; Hall, 1.' .f'' -. "
graphed from was'slightly in ex- Monroe---------------------: : _162 :Mrs. E..H. F nnell, 1. t
to the south side be designatedas
county state road. 'Th "portion of the the company has been The average number Nassau .,.--,_t-.--;;-.._.-,.--,- 75 Mrs. Lyles Story, 1. ;
a Colonel Harrison told in' the 230 associations Okaloosa -' '-. .--__.r. __.--,-.___- 55 Miss Lucy Lupfer,1. 1
road from the line'
Kissimmee has Orange county been to i young Catts had been : was approximately 18, mak. Orange ... 64+.._-._-_._..... 64 :Miss Mamie Pilley, 1. '.
already con- tain of the company '011 size loan thus far Palm Beach _i-,-__-__-- 75 Miss Mattie! Bandy,' 1. '
structed, I 9 feet wide, with vitrified I'
mendation of the adjutant .2500. 'asco **,-:.. -__i-.- 61 Miss Madalin Evan., 1.' .
brick, and is splendid road. The
road from Kissimmee a to the commanding officer Pi Bellas Loughmanhas
ment; that he is I. AGNEW WAS Polk ?... ...u-.---.-.-v------....277 ,Mrs. A. Rose 1., t' ;
On not last yet been const this etdd. voteda army officers at Fort : i FOR BRAVERY Putnam r v......,....._......_..120 .,:Miss Grace Winnl.:" '
Saturday, district .where he has been in Santa Rosa __.?;.-_-_--____.-_- 20 \ .'.Miss Ella :Mae Gilbert.. ;

''this bond road issue from of Kissimme$100,000 to to construct Lough-\ of the most competent { 1 reached here Thursday Seminole .Lw--.T------: ._.T,--.-100- 'Mrs. Julius ,Smith, 1. i :. ,

If camp, and ho advised the Lkut. Frank Vans Ag. St. Johns -....>,..,_,.-.-. 85 Mrs. Conrad Bryan, 1'::' yt"
man. state'you gentleman can assume listen to those who received the --military cross ..St.; Lucla'u----! .. :: .__???_......- 54 Mrs.' Corwin, 1. '. 1Mr. \ '
.this as a road we would be '
very in \ : __._ __ 43 .: N,. B! Carson .
glad Indeed to have do thority, for if. they do, I I battle at. Messines Sumter'.y.--- i- "- -------- 1,
you so prompt- 1 .. -'U; __ __ 83 .
/ Suwanee O.
'ly1 in which the funds voted them in trouble. > ---- h ,MrsTMiss, *B. Falls, 1* ,
be used for case the construction of can the Among those protesting I Agnew is well known Taylor __ .......-_?,..._.__--.165 BleesieNewtor4 2. a

tributary to-the'Dixie ment of Catts Its captain i his former friends and bu.ij Volusia __ -,---------------186 Mrs.,M, M.Miller, 1. }
Highway" running Wakulla .. __....__.__ -: 33 'Mrs.-' 1..
from Kissimmee, through St. Lieut. H. Clay Crawford : will be gratified to ? -i-*-- ; Lupfer, Jr. 1. ,
Cloud to Melbourne; which would I son of State Senator' A. ]j honor which has been I) Walton ...------.*- 79 Mrs. G. M. Shearouse, Jr., 1. i
Leon.; Washin ton' .. 82 M. 8. '
greatly hasten the construction of The affair has upon him. T .Mrs. May, 1.
-"that-very--tmportani-rond--------- City..ofJacksonville.w652City .Mre.T.-R.oseleyr1: ,.. . "- .
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I talked this matter over with several Claim they have the' COMMISSIONERS of Tampa -----------------364:: Mrs. R. M Moseley, I.
; IN No Draft in Two Counties Misses .Wenner '
of our good roads people, and their own commanding SPECIAL SESSION and Sawyer, 1.< ,
is J, P. Coombs was It was found two two coun.tieoa. Mrs.' J. L. Ove-rstrcet, 1.
they agree possible it would be
wise and 'desirable for honorable sioned lieutenant colonel of County Commission ceola and Franklan-had already con Miss Medora' Russell,.).

'board to 'make the roadfrom your the Orange regiment, succeeding Col. special session Thursday to tributed their entire quota-on the en- :Mrs. Howard Katz, 1..

county line to Polk county line, son, Jr., who is' made settlement with the Geor-, listment plan and therefore do not Miss Lillian Dale, t. ,
Osceola regiment. Company fo ._ the .come/into the draft. Miss Nina Bratton, 1. ,_
running through county, a\ :
on the Kisslmmee-St. Cloud '
Miss Ouida
Malloy .
state road, 'and that the road from
Kiss St. Cloud WILLSON BOYS JOIN includes the mile stretch MORE COMFORT SETS WANTEDThe Miss Grace Gilbert, 1. ,, t
mmee through to Melbourne -]
near Libby's Hill. Miss Bessie '
CROSS FOR Moseley,
be made a state aid road
Cocke, state road commis movement to provide com- i)
If impossible to do both these Almost simultaneous fort sets.for the the U. S. S.
t, State Road De boys on .\Mrs. Slater Reed Sends Contribution
things it would be' wise. ,If Im- parture o.f her brother
very : ( i Florida Is well under 'way
; appeared before the board battleship Old Orchard, Me., July 23re% 1917. ., "
possible to do both, we will then ask for Allentown' ; Pa., Osceola county $20,000 and the towns and cities of the state My Dear Capt. Katz: '.,
.that the road from" to Polk where he went to join the < '
aid fund to be used are all asked to take some 'part in I am enclosing my check for $10 to-
be made either state road ambulance corp' of the .
county a or providing these articles. ,.
; road. This sum, he I. be used for comfort hags for live of
a state aid road, as yon-'find It possible. California units, Mrs. B. due the county because Miss Anne* Bryan Carson is in the boys of Company B. It.was diffl-.

(to do.We'./' ceived' a telea-ram'; road bond election, and charge'.of the movement in' Klssim- cult to realize while in quJet..Jlalli .
have ;discussed this' matter W* 'department. at .. I of the $100,000 available nee and"he states that several ladies mee that 'w. 'are at ,war, bat hero,

.somewhat with your blr: M. M. Smith, forming; her that her .otI :::; 'roads, $120,000 was now at have volunteered to knit"1 the seta whore we see soldiers everywhere
Who' *!* Very familiar with the whole Dr.. James:: M. Willsoii, !, L if the money would be contributed to hear the big guns boom'at tho' forts)

proposition, and can give you' any further safely in Franco, ?with C.:A.''Carson; BT.'Clay'Stan- bay the materiaL. The wool for 'one 'in target ,practice; wo 'are, made:; to'

information which you may !dei. Red Cross&) hospita1mut: in ) addressed the meeting costs $2.25,. and these who wish to realize that oar boys ,are going 'to .
.Irk'.".Kindly'let us know at your earlyconvssience erring as a surgeon;-: remarks and a reso take some part fa this patriotic .m.. have.dreadful, experiences. Therefore?" '.

about this, ,Tropical' Son.Tho'tvillaon. passed by the board accept. ice may contrib t*-th. cost of-one of wo' ,start them .
-course'you..uniientarut"uit theroad'fnftnOzango lcL these seta or Wen'' a portion of the off with as many comforts a* possible. r
'to Polk county'Is 1. Y.'Wfiees.of.,., &- J ;
.i : sqsa. /Throe sets ere'now being made ..May'every boy, o>( Company, B have':. t'It .
,..already k"portion W. t q Oif I7Ix1e.t.i .of this city. They are. sons' 'of Orianda.motored dowa and <* 'U A. wm... and ... .. WaclneHay'aiad "spoat fund win be 1'd1a.' -
... a. donated f* p thematerial "Cordially::-eon, i. ,
\. dtinDedOftPa5pt{ titoir dhoocl'.p.m:, : : looking,after, 1I81D... .fo throo...inofi sets.., ft, ZAIDEQ O REED
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July 23d, 1917.

+ Many\ of our readers, who may by Ice Company, City: ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE, .

chance have ,heard of Deer Park.,have Gentlemen: Replying to your ins
r' NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN dismissed it from their minds with no quiry of some time past in regard to, ..

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT other thought probably than of a lit. the meat which cured and smoked '
you ilere't'myy guarantee-Co to any drug ,
'. .. tie settlement In a remote part of the for me, advise that. it was entirely "Dodson's llier Tone" Starts Your Liver store. and get a 50 cent bottle of Dod .a

''r country, but there has been going on satisfactory. snn's Liver Tone 'falle. spoonful tonight ;
., ft'' Veteran's Association Enoch Albritton and Charlie Peterson there). for the pas tyear a development The four hundred pound hog Which Better Than Calomel and, Doesn'tSalivate and if it doesn't straighten you ::1

Veteran's Association, July 21st, at are back from an alligator hunt that is really wonderful, both for w or licks You Sick right up and make you feel fine and ....
you cured, while It was being: lined, we vigorous by morning I want you to go ";
2 p. m., opened by audience singing with 42 dead and 16 live ones. ] what has already been accomplishedand .\
hung it up in the smoke hou.o and Lack to the etoro end. get your money.Dodnon'i
-America.: The'Lak eShore Club expects to for what it portends. for the fu would cut the meat of as. we would Listen to me! Take' no more sickening Liver Tone is destroying the .;.,
Prayer by Rev. Watson.'. give a party at their club house salivating calomel when bilious or dale of calomel \because it Is real liver ,
need It.I There of this i
ture.Deer was no part work! medicine entirely vegetable, then-fore It
s Song by holr4'Old Folks at Home. constipated., Don't lose a day's
Thursday evening. Park Into existence three
I came hog that has spoiled or has .become Calomel is mercury or quicksilver can not salivate er make you sick. '
For good .of order of city, nothing' -Mr James Booth is' here on a ,few' 'years ago as the location of the turpentine old-tasting, and I have some of it on which.> causes necrosis of the bones. ,I I gnnmnt<' iliat ono spoonful. of Dod- "
offered operations of Hopkins & Calomel when it comes into contact unn's UKT T"MI- will put Jour Bhiutflali/: "
hand This
is the
B No visitors, or new comers an.. day furlough I Kempfer, and of the logging of today. hog, as you with sour bile crashes into It, breakingit liver to work and, cli-an :your \bowels of ,1 I
nounced. Mr. Charles Gustus of Indiana, who camp will remember that was cured In Feb up. This is when you feel that awful that uniir I'iliand vofixtiputiv! waste ''
has been visiting his brother ',A. W, the Union Cypress Company, whose ruary. nausea and cramping. If you are duggialt uliicli, I.'rlogginybar'evet! / < <''" and! mak ,I'
Reading minutes and approved. No- Gustus, left, on Tuesday for' his mill at Hopkins, on the Florida East Tha smaller'hogs, which you cured and "all knovUil out," if your. ing you fd'l trim-ruble. 1 guarantee that 1.
tlceof articles lost and found. and bowels fontitipnU-d; iMittto of Dodnon'ii Liver Tomi will t
% Coast Railway, cuts 100,000 t board feeto liver III- turpid a
in March from the I! '
on plant
home.. my way
Northern I'm-'for
Afton have liemlnclio, dizrini-pA, coated entire family foiling "
Song, "Flow Gently, Sweet I ,lumber 'Prior .to that time' or ;you keep; your :
Mr. R. D. Markham made a trip to daily was uifcrvl tl irty-five cents a pcgrd tongue. If breath j J" l had or stomach our mouth Give it t'Jour children, It I I" ,i
by choir. Kiseimince on Wednesday.. I the region was practically inaccessible : for the r."l.I. have been 'ising this JUItt., take a l'lIohf"of\ harmless. .u! i> Mrs Matthews took charge ot' the The Georgia Engineering are being reached from Kissimmee bf I meat at home and onqur ranches this on'* Liver Tone on my guaranteeha'see elan.unla..Ie !
program, for W. C, T.U. meeting, and men ''45 miles of trail often impassible I '
l4 ,At the time have
their 'here and season. present we
moving camps expectto .f fTho
,r gave us. a splendid opening address begin'works on the streets on Mon\ for",considerable periods owing to 1 about six sides and three'shoulders on for the small salary attachedto HIS FIRST AWAY '
Tle t.A. flooded streams, while access from the hand This meat since we' took it the'offiee of state auditor. :vu' neighbor i 'I(list:--hail- teased, and moIjnd -

Prohibition'' song, followed by a day.Miss Goldie Groves has' accepted a east was cut off by the St. Johns rlver.j from the plant, has been hung under "' Mr.\ Adkins is a young man, but ina he. ,

'recitation by Miss Lydia Chase. position as clerk in L. U. Zinlmerman's Because of its inaccessibility, shelter! where the flies could not few years has been 'most, successful .Till mother Blithed.Vell..: If It.: has toher' ,
Song by Miss Cathcart. cally no farming development had reach it.Those.. building \\ip a big law" practicein .'
Address by Rev. Stewart.. store. I ,\,i4 fnlher said! "Sure; lot him rur
taken. place, although the region had his home town
who have eaten it claim thatit
Mrs. Ella. Kenney has sold her TVi : j clung, ,
White ribbon a piano solo, of'the I x
song; long' been known for its Mr. Yon has been secretary
did their acres on the edge of ,Virginia avenue. good. graz is as good as'.any. moat they have I It'e'.o' near by ,there's nothing: : can' go !>
and another song. part Florida Railroad Commission ,for '
The to the Army and ing.The ever'bought. 'wrong
well an dwith credit. del So mother rolled, his gown Into a |
He !
building' of the Union Cypress nearly eight year was a
Navy'Union met on Monday and .mu8- As soon as my hogs fatten t expect lump *4' 'I
Defects of our laws, by Mrs. Mats Co.'s railway\ afforded: the much-n ed4tp. to give gate to the democratic: national cons ,Smaller.,than the on' ,her, held} ,t
thousand to twelve hun.
-- o\j'lft' _.' "IU l ne.w...ftE c Mj is Airs ": ,i.L .._ you a put his comb'he < IIi.
I ,
Beckand committee'I1 of! 'riTE11'I01r' + rtBHewwstEittfiad liWhiJ. -- ''lIfa..tI h.. ?'l..J. Ii. wJU101. _,.- .
Singing of the "Star Spangled a more recently the opening of the Kis- i was elected chairman: of.ti 8-1 Florida I Juml'- ;
only too glad to word for \
speak good
Mrs.. Stillwell and Mrs. Doughty was a First time stayed all flight away ,:
Banner, by audience standing. appointed to see Mrs. Weatherbee simmee-Melbourne highway, a< far as I the work you are doing and believe delegation. lie was a member of the from hotne J (

Adjourned to meet Saturday,. July; about taking up the Red Cross. .work. Deer Park vastly improved the means'' that,this is the best thing for the, farmer state finance committee iri the pre-' He choked\ a lljtle when he said! good ;
28th. J-L., BRQWkL c'yr. of travel from' the Kissimmee side. sidential campaign of last fall. liewill night 14 "
Mrs. Ida Morgan, 'who has been .. ,! we_have in the,county, for it enables To mrnnifer" parentaand; 'he .saw a
In going from Kissimmee to Deer resign as secretary of the Rail- I '
him to kill his whenever
Mrs. C. D. Bower and baby Merne, quite sick for some time, is slowlyproving. hogs flhlnll'n his own home, two worlds\
.Park via the highway, one'encounters they and them road Commission, and !assume the .
are ready by turning away I
her husband at .
left to join
.d 1 Akron on'Monday Ohio. Mr David Holbrook of tntopine timber shortly after passing over to you and paying you practically duties of state auditor on August 1. : In tinnext duwnlpRlny, block: then dreamed till U J,

Sc Cloud, which extends in a practi- 1 nominal That IK, was hoim-les, At their break- .\
sum they gt
thfs same
Mrs.. Florence Hatcher is visiting at N. H., arrived in St. 'Cloud fast lime, WHe '
1 the' home of Mr. and Mrs. Combs at with his wife and child, and- has already -. callyV unbroken area all the way to class of meat that they could get LEMONS MAKE SKIN could not pat but made his home- .\
Deer Park. Th soil is for the most from the stores at from,eighteen to .WHITE, SOFT, CLEAR nick flight ,
St. Petersburg. purchased a. home through Mr. \Vlthout' him no social Crime
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part, a loose sand and gives no indi- --; Firm tlmo'lie stayed all night away .,
Lamb and theyboth much pleased ,thirty-five cents a pound.
It is here that Miss Alice are
reported .
k cation of what is beyond. Direct east Yours Make this beauty lotion yourself for a from home
with Wonder City. very truly, 1
is married to fellow from our
Bailey a
of Deer Park, ,however, the timber PAT JOHNSTON. few cents and see for yourself And mother m..t.rm\ with her arms r
YS Tampa Miss Bailey's parents live in Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester and Mrs. ou4..lirtohi-I l.
: gives place abruptly to the ,open And In her lovlnit bosom hid his fiend ,
in Kis
;; St. Cloud, but she has been a nursein Mary Veeder spent Wednesday A lone. long lime while neither of ".
while the'soil from .
simmee. prairie, changes TALLAHASSEE MILITIA WON'TSERVE What girl or woman hasn't heard of stirredNor Ie!
the,hospital at, Tampa. white sand to a' dark colored loam, I UNDER CATTS' SON lemon Juice to remove complexion an>'boily said a single word ,! f
t* The Priscilla Club met on Thursday A. W. Gustus and brother, Charlie, blemishes; to whiten the skin and to I In t..r'a pang old as matvrnltyKorewninod ,',
which examination is found to '
afternoon last at the home of Mrs. took a pleasure trip to Daytona on upon bring out the roses, the freshness and must her' of long |partings/ that cJ
be .underlaid with blue TALLAHASSEE The come;
everywhere 23. r:
f Ruth Kenney on >florida; avenue. The Saturday,returning; Monday. the hidden baeutyT But lemon juice For him 'had ended all ..t..rnitv- .
k clay, lying at a depth of one to three members of the local military :com alone is acid, therefroe irritating, and First, time he stayed all night away
business caller
R. E. Morgan a
afternoon in sewing for the was .
spent home.Strlrklnn.l
was from
feet below the 'surface.'Owing declare not' should be mixed with orchard white .1
pany : they willl serve un- W. Olllllan In the Minneapolis
it Kissimmee -
Red Cross and it was decided to meet at on Tuesday.
to the comparative flat- der Sidney J. Catts, Jr., commissioned this way. Strain through a fine cloth Journal.Magnolia.
at the annex on Friday, July 27, and Julian Montedonca of Whittier Will the juice of two fresh lemons into a f
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ness of the surface and to the impervious today as captain of Tallahassee com- I
.ew .for Mrs. Daniels. The proceedsto a business caller in our city on bottle containing about three ounces
character'' of-' the soil, surface pany of National Guard. Second of orchard white, then shake well and'
and''afterdalnty Wednesday
be used for Red Cross work, '
refreshments were ien-ed Mrs. R. D. Markham and niece;Mrs\ draining was needed, although the Lieut. II. Clay Crawford, Jr., son of you have a quarter pint of skin and Balm !
is land for the most part ia!' not subjectto the Secretary of State, has so wired complexion lotion at about the cost, ....
''the club adjourned to meet, in two Breckenridge, of Chicago, 111., arrived} Colonel Harrison of the First one usually pays for a small jar of ordinary LIQUID FACE POWDER.
weeks from Friday at the' home of here on Monday and will occupy their Overflow. Regi- cold cream. Be sure to strain The beauty secret of ,J
To provide the needed drainage Mr.\ ment.
the lemon
juice so no pulp gets into
residence the lake front.
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Ella McAllister on Carolina aven1t1.'Mn. new on ,
Geo. W. Hopkins, whose 104,000 acre Lester Wills, son of State Senator the bottle, then this lotion will remain I women who knowhow
Niswonger of Tampa, is visitIng The sale at the store' of L. U. Zimmerman :
and fresh for months. When to take care of the com ;
tract!; includes about 50,000 acres of Wills, declares the boys will not take pure ap :
4 at the home of Mia Nelson.' Mrs. was one of the greatest prairie land, set to work an Austin the Federal oath Under Ctts. plied daily to the face, neck, arms and plexion. Cannot be j
events that occurred in St. Cloud, young hands it should help to bleach clear
t'' 'Niswonger is glad to be back among ever detected. Heals Sunburn 1
ditcher a little more than a year ago. ,lie and young Crawford foot a roan .
say smoothen and beautify the skin.
old friends land states that Earl ,is and Mr., Zimmerman was well pleased ,stops Tan. Soothing. ,,
A' The machine cuts a' ditch 12 feet,widi in the company will serve under a Any I druggist will supply three cooling ...frealn.:. "
doing nicely and: is able to work. With the results of the, sale.Mrs .
at the top 3 feet in the-hottom and 5 captain not elected by thembut ounces of orchard white at very little i .
they; PI,". WAI... 'R-RJ.
'" + W S. ,Aly a.. who has been on a ,Anna Prather;' who has beenon feet deep.,, With a good'day's run this say, "shoved down our throats". coat and the grocer has the lemons. 73.*t 2)nwr**N'*MM Ii,..., 1 I
f business trip ,to New York City, ar- the' sick list, is better at this writing machine will cut 600 to 800 feet of "Colonel Harrison wired Lieutenant Sample (either color) for 2.:. Stamp.

rived here Saturday./ ditch day, while while the'average Crawford this afternoon that the Visiting card printed by the Valley Lr-Mfi.Co.. 40 South Fifth Si.&- ...N.Y. .,,1fi'
"* Mr. Pike, of Chicago, 111., has arriv- Mrs. Sellers of Brooksville, Fla., is per Gazette Job Department. '
weekly cut is about 3,000 feet. Al- company had already been federalized
ed in St. Cloud. visiting at the home of 'her parents, :1
'" ready more. than thirty; miles of these and any such acts on their part wouldbe - --- -- -- -
Our Red Cross Auxiliary now num.. "
avenue. ditches have been dug, -and to hasten considered insubordination and held UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN ;
.* bars 226 members. .._ ,, \ ; ; : it ; , '
.. "'' workiMrlHopkinsrecentlypurychased ; ! : against i them.t The, ,boys claim, how.ever T ALLAIIASSEEI
1 " a second machine of the same ; that if the,'company: had been High Moral, Intellectual Standards ,College of the Highest Rank J.,

LAKE BARTON he received some weeks ago, in anau-' kind, which will soon be in operation.The federalized! Governor Cttti could not Liberal Arts Law, Agriculture Engineering Liberal' Arts, Education. Music Expression 9

'i' .tomobile accident. plan is to cover the entire tract make the 'appointment of his son. Education, Graduate School hyslcal Economics.Kducatlon Art. Home .

The barbecue given last Thursdayat with a system of parallel 'ditches There will be."a meeting tomorrow Send for Catalogue and Views. I Write. for Catalogue,and Book of View, .

The patriotic meeting which was the East Lake picnic grounds in every one-half mile. These will constitute night to place young Catts at the head 28-13t A. A. MURPHREE, Pres.I EDW. CONRADI, Pres.4c'4'Q'4'4Q4449' .

4 fl held In' connection with our regular honor qf our Company B boys, was a ,, the outlets for the smaller of .the company. It is expected to be ._ ,'.!!
grand success, patriotic speaking, ditches and water furrows, which will a warm evening. Colonel Harrisonwill
church servle'at this place Sunday I I OHOO>QooH> OO !>OOO OHOO, O--O
horse racing and a general. good time be plowed open by the farmer when be here. ;a"r

was attended by. an unusually large, was observed. laying out his land for cultivation. Rosier Catts, youngest son of the I I. '
crowd and: we are pleased to say that We hear lots of talk about hard More than 5,000'acres of this land Governor, ,has been elected lieutenantof FOR SALE

everyone seemed to enjoy themselves! I times, but notice that here in Florida has been sold by Mr.\ Hopkins during the Lake City company and left !

immensely. Rev. McDougal of? Conway those who have the go ahead spirit tho past six months in tracts of 40 today to take charge there. Both Fine varieties of Sweet Potato 'i

delivered and Impressive and are no); afraid of work alway.havo' acres to 640 acres each, and practically Catts boys enlisted less than six'month. i ]
a strong /
a full\ dinner basket. all of its has gone to actual farmers ago And: went to training Vines
sermon, after which a bountiful Those pretty girls from Narcoossee under contracts which require them to camps in other States. They wer t' "

'dinner was spread on the tables. put in attended our' meetings again Sundayand I I begin work on the land at once. The recently transferred and commissioned \

the open 'air. When the dinner had we were delighted to have them buyers include experienced potato as officers by their father in $2.00 per Thousand. I

I 'been'ell'taken care of, the crowd retired with us. ' growers from Hastings, Bunnell and the Florida militia. 'I .

to the church house, where at 2 -:.- Kissimmee; end four of the largest Bringing U. Senators Jnto Row f C. R. JENKINS, Southport. i "

p. m. the patriotic exercises which ... .
buyers now Using tractors to break up Young Wells and his father have
'had'been prepared 'and was conductedby SHINGLE CREEK the soil :for next season's crops. It is wired Senator Fletcher and, other of oO.Coc--'Y Y6 rr{4&4'04P4sd }i 44fC'1'80Gh00d60 .

Mrs. A. J, Lane were begun. estimated that as,much as 1,000 acres the boys have 'telegraphed Senator

.+' These: exorcises consisted principally will be planted to Irish potatoes the Trammell to help them in their fight oooooOOt.. I.t .

of songs and recitations by the school Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Alderman visited next season.' Should the venture provea aganist serving under; a captain not

children! and young ladies of this vi- at the P. G. Cromartie home Sat success, and there is no reason to of their choice or even a member of The Silver Sea Hotel

; clnity, The occasion reached a very t urday and Sunday. doubt that it will,. the Deer Park re- their company.
Impressive point when Misses\ Edith Miss\ Susie Tyson returned home gion will in a very few years vie with The, Colonel Pays Telegraph Tolls ATLANTIC BEACH CORONADO, FLA.

McLean, Bertie and Sadie Tindall, Ly- Sunday after an extended visit 'with the ,Blastings territory in'the produc-- Colonel' Harrison's wire to Lieutenant 1. J
&-1a.L:aiie"and"othece marched upon--'Ue '" _. _ Now open_under!. the management Alfred Falck. :
relatives at LO ghmanI lion o!?' lrisih"potatoes. -On-a co-urit-of "Crawford"6rdering i ;hlnf"to; call ,

platform, dressed In, pretty 'white I Miss Iva liswonger! returned home tho fact that no cleaning is required the company together tomorrow and Cu iine the best. Shore Dinners a Specialty. Auto meets all train at

a gowns, and wearing the Red Cross 1 Saturday, after an absence of several the land is ideal for working with warning: him against insubordination, New Smyrna. '

t emblem, and .sang: "Columbia, the months.I power machinery. It is, therefore, an was sent collect, the charges being $2.50 '
" Gem of the Ocean," while little Madge I I and Mrs. F. II Tyner and easy matter to put large areas under $1.0-1. The' Lieutenant turned the I per Day. Weekly Rates upon application. .'

f j 'Lane stood in front of them waving i small daughter, Mattiebelle\ Miss, Mil. cultivation, and the farming develop- message back on him for collection, Special Week End Rates. ,'

Old Glory at each chorus. Before the dred and ,Margaret Anderson, motored ment will, it is believed g oforward Lieutenant Crawford contended thatif MRS. SARAH H. CAKR. Ow..... A. FRED FALCK, M....... ,1

closing of these exercises, little ato I! Gotha Thursday night, and,attended with unparalleled rapidity. To pro- the company were federalized offi- 4..oo6oo. o 'oo ooooooo.oooooooooooo..ooooooooo'oooo..

t Misses Louise McLean and Madge I I{ the dance. vide water supply forlrrigation( about cial business concerning its organization #
, Lane went, through the crowd with I I Mr. and"Alra. W. L. Moseley and twenty artesian wells have already could be sent: government rate, or ----

I their Red Cross baskets, and collected daughters Katherine and Elizabeth, been put in. In every instance! ah extremely franked. ,

:$&42 for this noble work. I returned home Friday after a few strong flow of water has been Governor Catts made no commenton Follow the Advice of this Expertof

,1 Mr. O. C. McLean and 'his son, I days' outing at Daytona Beach. obtained, and it is estimated that 'a flinch the trouble.

! fr. Xee, spent Monday in Orlando on busi I Mr. and Mrs. E. ID.. Overstreetand well will furnish sufficient/ waterto the Department of Agriculture

" ness. 1 Miss Lucretla motored' to Kissim irrigate 160 acres. I J. Will Yon, of Jackson county :was Mr. Carl Vrooman, Assistant Secretary of Agriculture,
t A. J. Lane has now sweet potatoes mee Friday. An' opportunity exists in the Deer\ this afternoon named by Governor Washington, D. C. in a public statement says: r

'large enough to eat. I I Miss I, Maud, Bowen of Loughman Park territory for a barrel and crate Cotta to b\ state auditor to succed R. Tie cheapest Most profitable and known '
quickest tn ii s .
The selective draft caught several I II spent Sunday and Monday visiting" f Factory.,' Such an industry could not A. 'Gray, resigned, who will go to of increasing general production I. by the use of lime.

I four young men at' this place. Miss Susie Lyson; here only supply,local,requirements which Washington August 1, ae< secretaryto The liberal UN of rood ground limestone .means creased fertility,'
, Smith Bros. seem to be doing quite Mrs.. Walter Bronson and daughter, are bound to be large in a year or two, Senator Tr mllMlL! On last bIgger crops. larger profl .. \1 iy>
tan extensive business in buying; ; feed Annabelle, were Kissimmee callers: but would be advantageously ,locatedfor Wednesday the' governor tendered the ,

ing and selling hogs; : Friday; supplying; ',the entire lower'' East appointment to Senator A. Z. Adkins, HaT Bigger' : and Better Crops," r :

T. R. Adams has a' sawmill in, 'oper Mrs. Marybelle Ivey and 'children of Coast territory. With. an abundant of/Starke, since when he has had the Use MefferU Ground. ; ; Limestone .. i

.ationnear: hen; Winter Garden visited'relatives here supply of timber close: at; hand and an matter under consideration, and wrote If.fT.rts llm.sten. removes sournsitf aids In the r.

? ; Tuesday Mrs. A. J. Lane and chil- ,a portion of last week.; unlimited outfit t; for its product, an !industry the governor this morning, thanking eo..onlon...1_. ether of 4.FIII.pleat foo4.orgaoto. matter Into, httmd ,

iat dreni accompanied by Miss Edith Me- George and ,Carl, Overstreet spent of*. considerable proportion him for his 'kind consideration, and It I. soil t nl__ aid to f.rtltteen. It you latana f r' ",

1.ean. went' grape hunting and'return- Saturday in Kissimmee.,, could readily be built up.; confidence, In tendering, him'*th., appointment U.plaatin... to.,w.1.1D0"U is aew.wilt. flnt. apply. V.lrorta, Tla. 0

fed with about Ave gallons. They were ,F. A ,Babl war .KI.. mm.. caller unsolicited.' la decliningthe Mda,.. f..r.-- ... .....'..../1 .... '
almost u'Iargi as cultivated grapes Saturday, Me 6 to 14 Days appointment,Senator Adktasx says' ... raw. ....raatave II,!",_ '- 4 {

U) We are,all glad to"bear that Rev, 'Mr and 'Mrs..C. jL Garrett visited Tmw HMTMKNT Jr.M
mss: ,Is l reeorerine; ; from the Injuries J I at the Johnson home'. Sunday. The.1I.e.MMs pUc-tI .te5li....4 _..Im.'5esIt 114 l''saei*.*..' his .Jaw.. practice and come to Talla. :-. Yr' !

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: I PRINTING THE.TRUTH I probably your own neighbor. Many r .' ,.
TIMELY POINTERS ON -- owe.their livesto Mavr's Wonderful
POT A TO PENS A West Texas editor, according to Remedy. Thousands cay It has saved oust HeArS wAge
\' '. them from the knife. Contain: no alcohol we..KfP1'.
GROWING 42 BUSHELS THE NEW AUTO LAWBeginning' the Dallas Pitchfork, got tired ''Of being or habit-forming1 drugs. FREE By

called a liar because of ,an occasional booklet on Stomach Ailment" Ad BuTCNeRSApepT' '
i: dress Geo. H. Mayr Mfg. Chemist,
, i' January 1, every automobile typographical error or slight Chicago. Better yet-obtain bottle. eta'
New Discovery in Potato Growiaf .y' Mean, .i Hag Potato Hills in Fence owner' In tlfe't: Ute will have disarrangement of the facts In' publishing of Mayr' Wonderful Remedy from J. i
Incjosnre Saves Labor and Land a Z. Roberson or any 'reliable druggist,
i item
"' to pay an annual license tax to the news, and who will refund your money if It fail.
.' I I If' I in his wrath announced in boldface
comptroller of the state and will be
il ''' (By W. M. George, former editor of water again. Repeat this operationwith I type as follows ..
assigned a license tax with a state ,
i the American Homestead, a' National enough layers to fill the pen to A lot of people in this l town fall out
number, instead of paying a county KNOWS HIS BUSINESS
; Farm Monthly.) the top. To keep the dirt from fallingout
with the
editor and brand him
, /.' and city 'license' under the present as a Is In charge of this market He
of the pen as the layers are placed liar when he' r'
Forty-two ordinary human mistakes purchase only the finest meats
potatoes in law. This'iis one of the most progressive
draw old straw or hay against the of life show in and handle them in
the! season of 1916 from a plot of up I up. a newspaper.You a manner
? moves along this line In I
ground only eight feet square, or an cracks or'crevice*. I have a little charity and fellow that insures their freshness when '
equivalent of mon than 28,000, bushels As the pen rise places on the Florida, and places the state along' feelin for every mad' in town but your you ,welcome them to your home.
,to the acre"'of:ground space used, fourth layer of dirt in the center of with' the other' progressive, 'states .in editor. You Claim that you want the This Is one of the insects that Our unfailing courtesy and honest W
. was"the astonishing: feat of R, E. Hendricks one side, about two feet above the the union. facts and d-d if ,I.don't give >m, made the use of window and door methods appeal to' folk who believe
." a, resident of Kansas City ground, a "moist tester." This is Under the present law the automo Read the next issue of this .sheet and 'screens popular.. Fortunately for In getting' their money'
" Mo.1\ made of any piece of.timber about the bile owner has to pay one tax to the youll I see, some facts with the bark the the mosquito of and the unfortunately house for I worth,: of quality goods.

": Like all great discoveries Mr. Hen size of the arm, a'' piece of four by county and the city. On off. Ill admit that I have, been a do ,not owner prevent or destroy--insects.screens ,
rick's method of raising potatoes is four inches by three foot lonb; placedso his car must be displayed both a city liar, an editorial liar, ever since' I Screens hinder but mosquitoes City ,Market ,
founded on such simple elemental It will protrude from the\ i pen' .abouta and a county'license tax. Under the have ben editing this sheet, but I 'will manage to get in, find once in
hew law there will 'be but your homo: they try to fe.1on
one tax have printed lie in
no these colums!
principles that one wonders why some foot. .After, the potatoes have been every piece of human flesh in sight.
one "didn't think of it before." He planted three weeks loosen the tester, ,and only one :,license tax to be displayed < except to save somebody's feelins from And the trouble does not end with
had often watched the potato pile in pull out and run your hand in to determine on the rear and front of his being hurt. I'm not afraid of any of their boring holes in your!: skin Mid
the cellar bin, which every spring the moisture. By so, doing car. The law, however gives all you and I'll be dad blamed :if I don't flesh raising welts on your face and

sent out its shoots through every possible you will know how much water to use counties and municipalities power' to print the plain truth from, now on, hands known-carrier- mosquitoes of disease are well k hl.
crack and crevice. Sometimes on the pen. After the tester has been charge an additional license' tax for or'until you ,get out' of' the habit of and should be destroyed.germs Use M1'sa' i
these sprouts would crawl: out along once removed this canbq repeatedonce vehicles used for hire, which additional calling me a Jiar every time I make FENOLE. II
the floor to a distance of seven feet or twice"'a week. Watch the teeter tax shall not exced 50 percent some little unavoidable typographical 1 Fenole is sold: In your town by
of the state license. W. B. Makinson CO., J. Z. Rober
The act Watch
error. smoke.
order to roach the light. From and keep the dirt In' proper con my son. Waters & Carson Grocery Co.
this beginning- conceived the idea ditlo ,, .,.. specifically states that the registra- Here are some of the, paragraphs.. Quarts 75c; ,one-half gal., $1.25; KBHOSINR AND CRUDR OILIGIIICSRun
" [4JOij; ; 1t'trttr'pttu la' maved'" out1 Into" rp .tjgqfggpppgyghe "Ibte" ..with ""CUlltJfom;<<\ ,,the.l.4! !. -\1! !\!! .....'W :i'-; ,gallons, $2.00.nrltOtt"vSO"f on oil of any kind.
shall< :
the open and given soil and fertilizer supply so that ,It can be'well watered the above' exception be In lieu ohn; ennJs- laziest merchantin eraVtmriatte-' : 4 h. p. nglu". IUL"'a'DjIHn':: : < -",
with proper'conditions of any county or ,municipal l town, made a trip to Belleville $1..00. for"10 hour at COeot 'o a, day.
light and during It should yes
dry weather. be '
Riles 1, e, I, SO. ao 75 h. p. Send
;.moisture the potatoes would' grow and watered from the top about twice a' feel: IIcen"I'I'terday. ,4 Fenole Chemical Co. for prices. Pumps Mill Supplies, BinKlnrs -
Boilers, Saw Mills and Wood
" Number Front and John 'Cole ; ,
reproduce their kind. week unless rainfall is sufficient The ,' our groceryman, who worknlg Machinery
''1'.... new 1.w rovidee that .; ., voted with the In' MALSBY MACHINERY 'CO.
Three years' he built what he "moist tester" will always enable'the --- p - Republicans 1898 J., '
called a potato pen, which was'noth grower to determine proper moisture owner of a motor vehicle shall file in and consumes more mail- rder whiskey TAMPAFLA. _I. 10. Bar It.. ...._...II..'.....

ing more nor less than a huge potato conditions. The top layer of dirt the office of the comptroller a verified ,than any other member of' the

:hill the sides of which were supported should be sloped gently toward the application for registration on a blankto Baptist church in this county'is doIng ---- -- .
I by a loosely constructed inclosure center, so the ground will absorb and be furnished for that purpose. 'a poor business. His store is dirty 7S
. built after the fashion of an old rail not shed rain; but care"'should be tak Upon receipt of the application it and dusty, and it is .a wonder he has

fence. Within this incloeure: ohly en that mud be prevented from form shall be filed in a book to be kept for any business at all. I ", The Favorite Store of KitfimmeeFURNITURE I '
8 by 8 feetin size, he planted his po- ing on top and baking to a crut. When that purpoa'e and on payment of the Rev. Sty preached last Sunday
tatoes in thin layers of dirt and manure the. earth is dry the mound should be fee required by law, the comptrollershall night at the Christian church. IlLs I

piling one layer on another until II sprinkled! on the top and side- assign to the vehicle a number sermon was punk and uninteresting, '
the pen was 8 feet high. The potato The potato vines will grow to the and issue to the owner two number except some stuff he quoted from Bob '

pen became a mount of green. lie had top and sides of the pen ((the nearest plates one to' be displayed on the Ingersoll for which he failed to give ? --i'
found that his potatoes not only grew way to the light emerging throughthe rear and ,the other on the front.of Bob credit. He also' recited a few ,
better than they did in the cellar,but crevices and concealing the timbers the vehicles The' plates shall not be passages from one of William Elbert ,
, that at digging time he was able' to with a coat of green: When the less than 15 inches in length and Munsey'S) sermons and had the gallto
harvest forty bushels of as fine potatoes potatoes are matured the pen may be contain the year serial number and palm it off as his own. .
a* are grown,anywhere. The following taken down the potatoes rolled out "abbreviation for the state of Florida. Dave Chattier died at his*home! two -WE HAVE IT !.
year he secured thirty-two of the thin, covering with a rake, and The fees under the new law shall miles north of this place, last Thursday i
bushels in the same size pen, and last the'' material l. dirt and manure saved be $2 for motorcycles; $5 for automobile night. Dock Holderness, who Is ,
year the astonishing total of forty- and. used again and again. seating one and not more than an old friend of the family, attended
two bushels. Potato pn may be started as five passengers; $12 for automobilesof him a few minutes before he expired. .
., The dtails of the construction: and early and as late as, possible, giving more than 25 horsepower and not He gave it out that Dick died of heart lm connection with our Hardware CM, w. carry a complete {; ;
management of these potato pens, as potatoes ninety days to nature ex- more than '40 horsepower; $15 for failure That is a lie. Dave died he of furniture. We snake a specialty ontfittbf. homo, ans! .
described by Mr. Hendricks; qutline cept the early ones. The usual timeof automobiles of more than 40 horsepower \- from drinking too much of a very'poor ,handle. .. reliable
,.. a plan by which any one having access planting potatoes in the 'North is and not morn than !60 horse- grade of licker. This paper prints the
b ,Y to a plot of ground no' larger than,a from March to June; 'but under this power; $30 for automobiles: of over truth. Bed Room 'Furniture. Dining
flower bed can raise all the potatoes method the potatoes may, be planted 60 horsepower;.$100 for any automobile ,Tom Spradlin married Miss Cordie ,
needed for an average ,family for ,a much later than is possible under open seating ten or more passengers. Meador last" trades day at the 'county Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par-
whole year. The )potato pens may be field conditions 'wher the factor of The license fee for trucks shall'be seat. It ain't generally known .but '
built 8 feet wide by any length just hot, dry weather must always 'be $10 for trucks of mot' more than one the marriage was brought,about mainly ( lor: Suits Odd Chairs, Rockers '

so they are built strong enough to taken into consideration. With irrigation : ton) $25 for trucks of more than' one 'by a Remington shotgun manipulated . Couches Etc. '
, keep the sides from spreading. Most and every possible condition of to* and not more than two tons; $100 by the bride's father. Tom con ,
; any kind of good stout material can good potato growing..-.moisture, ventilation : for trucks of more than four ton*. cludin' that marryin' was the healthiest
be used. If light lumber or boards and drainage-always under I No fee shall be charged for a trailer thing he could do' until other arrangement
,are, used the pen may be braced his control the grower is virtually' of not more 'than 500 pounds capacity. *-could be made. 'fall( store is atakiag a record for, itself In tae ratter( .,

throughthe center with wire. Rich certain' of ,hia' crop. In his experiments -i ., For trailers above that the same. Roger. Lloyd cashier of,the State ,.' helping people to .outfit: homes.. , ,.. Com? ryr and M, .VOw!. twice s? J at.right. .
earth and well rotted manure must be Mr. Hendricks used the Red i fee shalLbe charged as for a motor Bank at Willer Grove died Wednesday : "
on hand in sufficient quantities to fill '! Early Ohio for seeds, cuttirg two eyes i vn 'vie of the same capacity.'Children evening and was buried Friday by _ -_ _, s .
the pen to the,top. 'j to a good sized piece. This year he is Under 14 Cannot Dri!'i the Odd Fellows in Pleasant Mound
The potato pen as described is built experimenting with other adaptationsof Another section.of the act provides Cemetery. lie has been taking this TOOLS fOR ENGINEERS: IT ITNo
6 feet by 8 feet, inside measurement, II his plan and expects to have some that no person under the age of 14 paper seven years and so far hasn't
and is 8 feet high. interesting' announcements to make years shall operate a motor vehicle paid a cent; we, thinking that,he, a
i The pen is built as each layer 'is by next November. Mr. Hendricks Is unless accompanied, by a chauffeur or banker, would pay' some tim We natter jvhat kind of an Engine yon have-Gas, SteAM 1"
' placed and planted. You can use one, backed in his work by a good wife by the 'owner of the motor vehicle will sell the account for two bits' Railroad Stationary ngiao-w. have exactly the Tool. yo
by six inch boards, for the ends and and his neighbors of twenty yea",'' being operated. There are also aectlons worth of fresh greens. need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oiler, ote.
ides, leaving 2V& inch space between standing vouch for his honesty and,integrity. with regulations for 'manufacturers Married: Susie Scruggs and Horace all of the belt quality and workmanship, and at price,that will
the boards. for the potato sprouts to and dealers. Guffln last Saturday at the Methodist surprise yon. This store ha the reputation of handlinc only 1
come through, tart the pen'with a The possibilities of this new method The law provides that no one shall parsonage Rev James C. Williams hardware that .Is of superior'quality and'you trill make .. m!*.
six-inch layer of dirt. Then mark off of raising potatoes in the saving operate a motor vehicle at a recklessor ] officiating. The bride is a very take in coming hero NOW and inspecting our big stock. ",
the plot a foot apart each way allowing of labor and of land are amazing to at a rate of speed greater than is ordinary town girl Who flirts with all 1.
six[ inches of space for dirt all contemplate. When outside conditionsare reasonable and proper. If the speed the traveling men she meets and never
around between the outer'row of pota unfavorable the production can be Is over 25 miles an hour for one- helped her mother three days all put '

toes and the (InsIde of the pen. Planta carried 'on successfully under glass eight of a mile it shall be unlawful. together in her whole life. 'She is. Osceola Hardware Company ,
potato seed at every line of intersection and shipping from warmer climes When crossing .bridges or going anything Jut) a beauty resembling a r
of the plot.forty-eight hills to n\ade unnecessary. With such a cheap around curves the peed shall be not gravel pit in the face, and walks like ,
the layer of dirt. Then put an inch or source of food supply within reach of more than ,ten miles an hour and a duck. The groom is a natural-born
two of well rotted, manure over the all the people of the earth the specter when passing! street ears about to loafer and burn. He 'never did a lick
potatoes and sprinkle well with water. of famine and the day' of high discharge passengers shall not exceed, of work: until hl.--stepdaddjr run him
Then lay six inches more of dirt, priced foods will\! become a thing of three miles an hour. off from home last fall. 'He went to c. A. CARSON. President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary, 1

mark off as before, plant, manure and ,the past.officers All chauffeurs' .Jnu.t' secure a license the county seat and just before starv-
--------------------------- ., which is $2 a year. ing to death accepted a job as chambermaid The Waters & Carson

WHAT A DIVISION IS and men. The act provides that after payingall in a livery stable. As soon ,
One field signal batt.Uon-251 officer expenses of collecting the tax and as his ma found out where he W.I.
-L,_ ,A divisional the United, States distributing'Jlcen.e tags_l6 I_percent she went and got him and brought him
army'as recognized for.... the. war with and men, ( ; shall be set aside for the mainenanoa --'. home.:;-He now resides at the home of' Grocery :Company .
Germany comprise: One aero squadron-173 officers' of the state road departmentand his wife's father and says that he has

Three infantry brigades. -18,679 ofr and twelve airplanes. .. 85 per. cent shall constitute a no definite plans for the future. a I
i fleer and men. Total 26,718 officers and men. "maintenance fund for the main- Susie will have a hard .row to hoe. -
One field artillery brigade-4,030 Total with Wholesale and Retail Dealer in .
/wagon traln-:28,235. tenance of state and state aid roads
.officer, and men. with", motor train 28,234. and bridge) and shall be apportionedto }
One regiment'of cavalry 1,579' officers The medical department of a division the total ,state tax: paid by each pUS811dl1; see GROCERIES
and men.. is composed of 125 officers' '1,332 county Into the state treasury and
One regiment of engineers-1,098 men and 48 ambulance*. shall be expended by the state road
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department. e . . . 0 . . . . . . . . . . . '
., ..O .. .. .... .OO..OOOOG..OO..OOO..O. ....OO.. fay Quarterly Tax This Year .' z
The county .tax",collectors are authorized 'WE SELL. : O WE BUT; .

D. G. Wagner Insurance .Agency to collect from Oct. l'to'D C. o HAY O 0I' ...
31, 1917 one-fourth of the regulartax 'L rmy Stomach 01 HIDES p,
for motor vehicles which will take Sufferer + GRAIN .
, Zed. Floor Citizen Bank Bldg., Phone No. 30 care of ,the situation until the new FURS. . ; . this
Led to Health By
law goes into effect Jan. 1, 1918. ,
; The Leading' General Insurance Agency In Osceola Go Under the present law the county i I. Single Dose. 0. SHINGLES O WOOL ..

I taxes automobiles $3, $5 and $10 a +. t AND, .J '. re
i'F WE REPRESENT THIi AETNA, HOME OF' NEW YORK, HART Stomach Trouble causes A multitude
' year according to their size; and for of ailments and often result in ORANGE BOXES. .
lire cars are taxed from $20 to $40a Gall Stone., Yellow JhunJIce.Acute
COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., There and Chronle Indigestion'ppendicitis! , + ORANGE WRAPS., +, M. M
';-, AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE 7..r. has been paid into the Constipation, Auto-ntoxicction,' Gas .'. .
r) LIFE ACCIDENT AND HEALTH AUTOMOBILE TORNADO- county for auto tax: from ,Oct, 1, 1916. Pressure Fear of Heart Disease Cancer 0 VEGETABLE CRATES ., ".
to date, $17,120 and the number of .' PRODUCE '
p BURGLARY, ':PLATE GLASS AND and Ulcers of the Stomach and '*
licenses issued J 'was 2,918.. The city ntelstines, etc;; ete. One done of CRATE NAILS , '.. .' .. ..
k" Explosive Insurance tax Dany: i Is''Times.*1 for each 'car, Tampa Mayrs successful Wonderful In I thousAnds Remedy of haa cases proven of . . . ." r ". . . . ." . .. . ., 1 1W. "

;k ALSO BONDS AND' LIABILITY.. I Stomach Trouble. This"' explain its ell field ad arden eeede of all lind, '
IN.THESE. DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION Drives Oert Malaria.Bollda UtXyXaaTW enormous sale. Has been taken and Wi tnr* special atteattoa fa fitting oaf haotinc tad],camping parties
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II."c-d Every: ,PH.,... The lower 'floor of the new City
,Otar !. .V.Iler. G..:*... BM....., The Gazette hat always contended that no other agency contribute Hall known as the old State Bank -- "806--Woodall John 'Robert .

It KI..I_._. Pl.rl4. more to the welfare( and growth of a town or community than a live, work-' Building, is now ready for occupancy, ORDER IN WHICH DRAFTED MEN 460'US'1 Story Packer' John Earl A.Samuel t ..J

W. HARRIS. sad B. U..VANS AGNEW ing Board of Trade. Such a body working together harmoniously: can and the City Council will hold their 427' HtaKles, John Lenwood

Owners bring about almost anything any condition that may be desired; Kis- next session in their new' quarters.The FROM THIS COUNTY WILL BE 141'!40' Carson Hollenbeck, :Marion Hubert Bryan Emory .
6 ...1_..... ".. II main of the building has 100- Barclay, 'Walter LesterH7 \.
simmee has all the element necessary' for the making of as good a Board of room CALLED OUT. Bass, Leon ,Raymond 'K' (
been fitted up for their ,use and the 'S6" Evans Carrlnirton Santlous. ,,,'
Trade a* is possessed by'any city of its Florida. Its business men areas desks and tables are Installed ttare. 'i4' Henry?Qorver i.. j 1. (
Wilbur Eugene R
n MeeRo able and as willing to contribute their money 'and are a* loyal to their A. E. Thomas, light and water collector . those .633i 29'_rninaway Walker. Mitchell 1
a' Jist.of
Below we publish Prescott, Christopher 4
home institutions; but money end loyalty without the organization and personal has moved into the small room who registered. for the selective draft 114-161Pullvn., Charles Ira

co-operation of the business men can. accomplish very little. With a adjoining this and facing on Halsey in this county' substantially in the order 209'61' Hartley Miller, Merrill John Edgar Millard i

few of the members of the board attending the meetings and a'large major street. City. Clerk J. R. Gilbert oc- : in which they were drawn. The 32'83- Barber Kenedy,,Clarence Robert Lee Mlllard H

ity of the business men standing aloof there is really. very i little accomplish building.cupies the Both room officials facing ana the pleased bank official list has 'not yet been received, .8(12"flS-( Jeffers Jones ,Arthur. Ernest Morris B \

'. and it is therefor impossible to givean IT1* Bailey, "William Edward
anything worth while. Bat if all business will attend the I .
h our men with the new locaticn, and Mr. Gil-. there 111' Ina-rnm. Harry nussell .
list but
I 1 SrATE Board of Trade meetings, and take part in the discussions and deliberationsof bert stated that he thought the change will absolutely be few'changes correct: from, the following K4'' Ila\\')'l1nm"l..r.) Hardy. Prince HenrySR2 .1

,:t PRESS that body, it will inculcate an optimistic boosting spirit in the whole would greatly'accommodate the public :very 449 224'' }FullerVI11 lllIfh.Fsl. t.c I',;

", community, and no undertaking will be too big or its accomplishment im- on account of its central positionand 268- Wheeler, Jacob Benjamin 41' Yates, Jesse ;James 3
1 being on the ground floor.' 458 Kaitnn, fI'I".a..r' 48Htevrna, oils8K .'J'j"

i ...bserlptlo.Raeea4One possible. On the. 'upper floor,: partitions have 837 875 Short Brown,Joseph Henry Jr.- 127' Crumby Farmer,, Charles Sum Luther, *',
. Copy. One Year--------: __*?. Below publish editorial item from the Sanford Herald: Nicholas KS- Brown Isnao '
t One Copy, Six Month------- .00On we an : telling been removed, making a spacious airy 609 Burner, lei 478 Jackson. James C.
63ft Johnson )
. (, Copy, Three Months.9' .__.__--_ ,111 what. the Board of, Trade in that,city is trying. to accomplish: room, which will be used by she firemen 126 Muse, Robert'ion 287' Acre, Albert '
2110' )Folks Knloman JohnathanS27
lOT Smith, Robert Krby
. '' and the band. The work here '
' communications except (rem
,", authorlied AU correspondent mu.t D. "Tha'Sanford Board of Trade Is one of the greatest...working has not been completed as yFLORIDA'S 878 486 VandenburK.Walker John Ilard)!-Jr.,. 264' Brown Isaiah ,
.' slcned by the writer. bodies in the county or state and Is constantly on the job looking BO7' Burger Louis Jr. 446' Young Ksndolph 'd

unless Rejected called matter for.Bnterfd will not b* returned after the interests of the people. They will reduce the price of ice, GROSS TOTAL 809 481 PadR-ett Brown, ,Joe Henry. 868'8Pfull..r.Ide' William. John ''' ,.' ..1!
4S >
46f Oeo. V ;
J 48 Lock. the of fire insurance and other items numerous
too .
price many to "
f in Poatofnc at Kisslm- FOR DRAFT ARMY 10,129 420 Olanvllle, William Hill 80S' Overall. Ralnh'Cmorjrtit (1
i < the aecond-claas matter,) mention if they can receive the undivided support of the businessmen (14 Avant Eugene Ii -, Johnson. Sula f .
Florida a* ,
me* 481 General James 194 liven Charles B 1 f
of this community.. The Board of Trade is\working for the WASHINGTON;Juty 1 14.< -Flor 10 Bishop.Armstrong Oe-orR- Franklin 417-, '\.hlt..Jullu. Caesar |i.., 'fi

} JULY 27, 1917 'best interests of the community and is striving to build upend not ida's' total quota of ,6,325men, to befurnished 140 487 Wilson Walker,,Cl Carl>'de Fred 864 445. Oaynor.Edwards George Vernon A.Clyde *t ;

l tear down the city, or county." by draft for the conscriptionarmy 482' Gaddla Manuel 217'. Cromartle. Louis Homer269 '
Nelson, Clyde H Cornell.James Almet "':
r has been determined by deductIng lU' Gal. 822' Padgett Hiram'' ."
All indications point; to the accom. .Wltherspoon. Samuel Alfred A
And here is another from the Board of Trade note in the same paperJellugjwhiUsJbeingjKcornplished from the number this state loway 242" Woodard.: Louis .

_'p>ishmentof.._. a hjghway,... ...,... improvement, : ,t gross all T>'son. Enoch Nelson '32'8' Mack.'lor.William Mary Ollv:II'.* I y .'
'" ". : --- ,: ,?_.:.. .pwlojyhedrrf; t for 687 ; 46 Hay, Benjamin Harrison ] Taj ,
. f.' of'ery great importance to'a'vSStection i j ''irisiiiiMifcVi''iij'jjf'jlTiBirf' .M' aNvM.Yet.dN.T56k"Business .._i OOb :: 'hgToerfotef"f7o iVL; 1 1 'ii;.t9a.MG..nrAIU".Q" _....,.._ fIfIi' ,""\ "'Hi1H.Ht'Jlr''.' _. ,: ..::;wo;;
men + 'dl. ):
has never been better in Sanford. than If is today. It 117 Bacot, James 4 l' '
of'Florida territory. Thir is been! called to furnish is '10J 29 890 Walton, Frank.,Leeley US- Johns, Henry Cooper '
used to be that every' now and then some one locked up and moved upon 76 Partln John Clayton 2K6 Johnston Henry i "

:t none other than the paving with brick out for want of business. Now it's the reverse. Here's some .and from this 10,129 must be deducted HO 881 Stokes Basa, Ed..ardat., Ira Brant ... 2U.44- Cromartle Harvey, Fred, Andrew Brown .- '

1 of the t\Vteve'ml1e.! of'Dixie Highway facts. Both the Seminole and First National Banks have or) are the following credits 879 Sawyer Qeorire LaMar 898' Kenedy. Henry. O. .
,, 4. 194'; Bronson. Charlie Leon II6"John.on. Lacy Karl .
Number of members of the "
. national .
extending from Kissimmee to the enlarging their buildings to accommodate tenants who are moving 198 llowen. Oscar Guy 18" Croxton. Maxwell Earl ;
guard in!. Florida on April 1, 16 Parsons, Nathan Decatur 476 Bans Hudv O, ,
J into Two school have
larger been
quarters. new buildings
Polk county line. The Osceola county erected 468 Padirvlt. 80! 239' Sylvester, Walter 'j
(>II to'work to accommodate more pupils. Two merchants have moved to larger 1,173. 866 Kenney, Fred B. 478' "'alker.'IIIIIIm Hnrdlnar "f
'r, convict gang has been put Number of men -nlinlfd, for nit. 680 Clausing- Frank Albert 479' r urrance, Rayford Manuel :J'. 'I
stores increased business. The Charles Electric Co. 818 Hmedal. Harold 68' /Schmidt. John Carl '},
i on the construction of the grade and will move to Magnolia avenue in order to get into larger tional guard service between: ''April 2 81 Jones. Frank Joseph 'Kllpatrlck, Drn\ton 'R :
quarters. ,
'1 will be 626' Fountain Robert 4kO'. Carter, Albert Fulton .t't
contracts and June 30
before' very long The Sanford Herald has been compelled to put in new and 1,659. I 66 Mc(ru l awarded for the paving with brick, Number of men enlisted from Floridain 188 Flake Cnrtlandt) Frank 42 Dodd Roger V,
larger machinery and pt"eues.In. order to meet, the demands of I 6 Shearouse, Joorsro Marion Jr. 431 Ooliln,.John 1 ,
concrete or some other permanent.urfacln& their ever-increasing business and two, members of the board of the regular army, from April 30. to 860 Simmons' Hardy HIO Sharpe Sidney :Monroe i I',
material. This will meana 30 954. 64 Evans, .1.011".1' 426 Hvrd, Will '
governors of the Board of Trdae say :they have so much businesson June 440 K..nedy.1111... J.... 21' Rasa John Tally
1 continuous, paved highway between hand Credit by adustmont. 18, A9 Barber William Inane 423 Fulton Dave f
that they can't find time to'attend .eetings-but they decided 336 Lamb Leon !>ale 412 Tlmlall. .ten'ell S. I
Jacksonville and Tampa.-St. John'sCounty Net quota to be raised, deducting 231, Rowers Samuel' Melvin .
later that the Board of Trade wa's doing too much good and 493 Yates, John M. . ;
Herald. V number of volunteers and adustment 841 Barber Joe Edward 17'6' Hanaell, Edward Jackson ,k
they withdrew their statements and apologized for their thought\ to .. 891 Goodman Judge Malono 416, Bennett. Charles partridge I .\
0 President Dutton." credit from gross total, 6325. 861 Hyan. William Benedict 409' Raulerson, Lora '
3ffO Barber Donovan 463' Buss Nat 1'. ,
r' LAKEBARTON SUNDAY These figures show that between 488 HaKelllef, Wither 2114' Lamb, Thomas J ';

i'' SCHOOL GIVE TO R. C. April 2 and June 30, national guard, 864 72 Adams I'laljer.-Klmore William I Prlmoua. 230.408,; CroIVArthurOwens Hansell John Vance I ,'';t..

-' enlistments in Florida increased 141 112 Rpolr Robert Lee 271 Lesesne, Joneph Henry '1
O. Narcoossee Fla. Let the Business Men Farm 128 Niswonner, John Raymond S7-1 narber. Wllllnm Jackson I
Lake Barton P.. per cent.SCHOOL. 11 Lancaster: : Rddle Albert 282'. Ivev, Robert Lafayette '
+ '? July 26th. I 861 Barber, Joseph H. 456 Arnold, met "
6 Nelson, Walter J, 48S Smith Homier f
E Hon. C. A..Carson; Kissimmee, Fla. In this week's i issue,of the Gazette we_.publish! a plea from onepc'I our OFFICIALS ATTEND 127 Marsh James Laird/ 346; Stokes, Andrew Jackson .
.GAINESVILLE; CONVENTION 93 /Smith\ Austin Kdwln 467 Sessions Chas A. t
Sir At little patriotic
Dear : a progressive citizens asking the business men to put forth,an organized effortin 846 Tyson Elmer: J. 112 Hattie Leon ..
4 meeting held in connection with our 108 Sweet M".o..tlU 204 Beirero, Anthony '
farming. The plan submitted asked each one ,to agree to cultivate from County Superintendent C. E. Yow Story, Lyles Victor tl7' Fdy. General
church and Sunday school at this place ; '
1L Young Oabornd 1128' Rdrls: Lawrence ]
last Sunday, $5.32 was collected forth two to ten acres of land ;n"the vicinity of this city: and the writer depictedthe ell and John H. Baisdcn, member of SO' McOade, John 77' Farmer, Janiea Carson .
199- Hart, Ernest 248 Mines, Johnny ,
the school board from Whittier .
Red Cross fund. advantages which Would .uh. It would mean 'greater food production county j 888 Stokes, Aaron Fletcher /B21 I'adxetl Charles Henry \

\\ 1 am taking the liberty of send. he said it would bring greater prosperity to the community and,be a potent left: Monday Mr. Yowell's Car 401 619 Thomas Simmons., Will Arthur L. Wilburn 283 160 Goldston Ovprstreet William, George Malcolm .

big herewith this amount to you with for Gainesville to'attend the conven- 25 Coleman. Edward Abel 59' Cowger; Alarer Karle '11II
h factor: in bringing new settler* to this, section. tion for county superintendents' and 892 Galloway Aron 815 Tlpauchamn Orren Milo .
instruction to turn ,it 'over't the 888 Carlin, John R. 369 < Johnson Harry Hubert ,
advising them The plan as suggested 'practical'in every,detail and 'should it be car school boards. 122 Evans .Benjamin Ellsworth! 497 Davis Eugene ,
proper 'authoties, Ito 221 \ 463 q
Smith Kirby Bass Clyde if
if .
acknowledge, receipt through the Gatetto ried out the city would reap untold benefit in favorable advertising alone. State Supt. W. M. Sheets issued an 297- Bronson Oscar 84 JInye, Arthur Hiram

t donor The fall is rapidly'approaching'and in the state i invitation urging 'a large attendanceat 321- Hatch Frederick A. 631 Rice., Venov Andrew
in'order that ach may season every city >, en- 848- Gliberi-Frank Orrin 468 yat. .. Bryan Y.
this meeting: and the members of 120-( Huffman. James Melville 469 Story Barney ,
,y know that his or her donation was disposed deavoring to solve the same question, how best to shake off the paralysis ; 121 Lamb Thomas Heceklah 24J1 Whltaker., Will '
the county school board intended. o 221 Cobb. Amos Alexander 861 Rummer Charles Christian '. 1 ,
of for the given. ,
purpose which has resulted from the present national crisis. In northern sections be present, but Chairman W. C. Bass 292 Lanler, Dan j* Oro,.8, Oeorire Lawrence't'r/ ,, J.,sta.
LOYAL LI' LANE, 504Ful1..r, Julian Wyly' Tf 5 Han.elh) William Edward ,/. .',:. '}'>
Lake Barton Sunday School. business has been stimulated, manufacturing sections flourish, training camps'will and Walter Lanier were detained at 470' Story, Harley 14 Martin. Rov EI.>I>PS "t''" ,.\,
Secretary 312HlaKan, James Harvey 109 Williams Steven Franklin,'." "t'.', ''I
add to the prosperity of states and not even a ripple of this'toros-( .. home on other matters. 2619ifnodmsnIJamea
_, __ many 90 Tlndall. H .nry.Plant ,,": : J i j ;' lu; William t
"": 4.*1.v* "i ':,I i i-sumasAwiJF piSRISB iti '<' i'iw' , SMALL BLAZE OF SAV:NIGHT will r uh.entral Florida these : { ,
,only. as .she comes in touch.with sections DONEGAN INJUREDIN 477 McClelland.; William O. 174 James, JohnnyH.. "
SENATOR 130 .'1" n tI.. James Orcll .. 310 Meyer, Cecil r '
CALLS FIRE' DEPARTMENT through the traveling public: x
AUTOMOBILE! ACCIDENT 168 Rolln. Emmet Sheridan. 414 Raulerson Noah Christopher
-. M v 424 Hoblnson,. Clarence 307 Northrop Burdette Klbbs
. f A small fire occurred Saturday What the tourist season will develop this year can only be a matter of I g'v\ Henry 402 Sheppard, London
Senator A. E. Donegan and Lieut. It. 469 Shiver. Carl C.
, night about 11 o'clock, on the premises conjecture, but is safe to assume that 'we will be visited by many travelers anal' 278 Lesesne, Nathaniel let .('ow Iter. John Orvllle

of Prince Ballard living who desire to enjoy with' us winter sunshine and America is wheelsas Cal. McCaughen experienced 624. Smith. Asburry 861 Tyson, John' James
a negro roses on row from what might have 681. Parsons, Stanley lea, Arnold. Joe
escape ,
on West Emmet$. street. A small before and it is only of few 334KnlRht, Oliver Clayton 218 Thompson tra W "" '
never a matter a gallons of gasoline and a few been a'serious accident Friday as they 212 Lamb, -.euben Ouy Johnson Barnev A. t

building which had been filled with days travel 1 for the vast army of autoists to exchange their northern homes were driving a car on the Orlando- 49 8 Plant.McCalllster Romeo, Daniel Mose O. 405 m' Alferd.Lambkin Lester Peter Ernest ,

bay was burned to tha ground. for a stay in the land of fruit and flowers. Kissimmee 'road., When making 'a lot Todd Harry C. Jr.I 250 Bass, Oupojit Guerry '
The fire department responded to 821 Drawdy, Willie A. 829 Edwards. Newton Lawrence
Kissimmee has qualified for fair share of these visitors the sharp turn the car skidded, burst the 438 McWhlte, Fletcher 426 Smiley. Will .r
,r' the alarm .characteristic, promptness ; a: by voting tire and crushed wheel. Thoughit 441 Moody. Jesse J. 246 Allen Isaac
: but the flames had covered the road bonds to complete the Osceola l county's portion of the Dixie Highway. one 867 PadKett. Jolly 99 .Silas, Elmer Wright
did not turn turtle, the shock threw 28 Richards, Benjamin set Ferguson Ira I

building before the call was made.. A This paved road will put' her'in direct line of travel through the central portion Senator Donegan heavily on,the brick 831 492 Barber Smith Larenctt Edwin Evans Alford 428 144 Grant Tress,, Lawrence Ulysses H). Hugo *'

: similar fire occurred on the same of the state. Already her name is well known to autoists in connectionwith road. It was fortunate that he escaped 639- Morris, Wilson illS Owens Felix Washington '
few weeks' when the 601 Lanier, Frank 104 Sharpe, James .Elinor: _
i premises a ago, the route and hundreds of strangers will travel her streets before many with a bruised arm, though 101 Ford, Ernest. Gray 640" Robinson, Elijah *
flames from some burning grass fit- Patterson Harris 9 Cooper Grant "
months elapse. that was sufficiently severe to confine 71 Glbbs, Sam IS Cobb :John Henry
:t caught the hay in this very building. j 604 Garrett -<" '
him'to his room for several day.: Roberaon 142 Harmon Roy ,: t ,..
' ;1.. II At that time the fire was extinguished. But Kissimmee cannot'afford to feel satisfied with this achievement She 436 Earst. Arthur Howard .." 634 Galloway. Henry 1 r* i.. t. j
He is now able to appear at hi* office 450 Lea, Cyrus 119 Miller James White, Jr. t ,

, 'J What caused the blaze of Saturday may well point with pride to what she has done; but she must take up someother and direct his heavy business interests. 16S 111Lawson, Bass,'Wad., Gordon Hampton Rosier S91 11. Lanier Walles,, Earl Arthur '' -' -''

night !. not known project with energy and enthusiasm and push it forward to a similar 267. Baker James 464 Bass, Grant ' '
I 1' t 421 Mitchell, Hadrlck 18 Rotunda, Thomas "
; successJust 18*, Reed Samuel Joseph 10' .
THE, ,BEST. ROAD JAX-TAMPA. 416- Lanier Lamb Hodges 467 Savaire.Henr'yeaMoor.' *- >
now the city has several projects under consideration worthy of was In the city Saturday and purchased sea. Shaub. Alfred Guy 81 1 Plummer, John

:Mr.. Lollesgard the very efficientroad her best energies, butnone, of them would interfere with the plan just submitted several nice'piecee of furniture. 267'. Martin Dueenb.rrEd..ln Porterlee. Clyde 111 87 Davis Williams, Ed, Earl ,Lee '
man for the Automobile Blue 214: Bryant, Edward 416 Fertlc, William N. /
that each business man,cultivate or have cultivated, from two to ten' Mrs. H. B. Bryan and baby have returned 181 Mack Oscar 318 John.on., Charles Hulbert f
Book:company in this territory, baa 181 Preratt, Charles Fox, Jr. 170 Evans Robert Randolph '
from month's visit at Daytona
given our map the once over and acres of land in the vicinity of the city. The result would certainly be far- a 166., Combs. Garnet Norman 897 Kennon Charles '
286 William '
Beach and at Jacksonville.\ Cromedy 889 Bailey. Clarence A.
noted thereon a bunch'of changes' that reaching. The productiveness of Osceola county's lands has been proved SO. Huithey., Milton Alonio 348 ,Mann Andrew Warren .. '

h. knew_of personally,we had our beyond controversy*,and.these,individual efforts made toward fanning would Miss- Anne- Bryan' Carson- left Monday 111 sos Prescott Persons-Oeo Melvin W. 1116 lie ,;Denard X.nUted'Joe_St neley Henry ,_-V ', _
re-made and held this month' for a "brief visitwith' 11eraister, 146 Forrestt'Lynlcus 'DbI.tonII" 491 . Grover Taylor .
is map rea"p substantial rewa ds In addition ,
to this think what an inducement it Tanner William Oscar 190 Jones, Joseph
issue up five" da71l'Jn order,,that we '' Mrs. Roy Chalker, at Live Oak, She 410' Cherry William BJ. 279 White. Horace Thomas
would be to prospective settlers who are seeking a change from high-priced will return the> latter part of the week. 160. Krlts. JamesMax 87 Hansel. Acl Franklin; '
might have as nearly correct aspossible.
.. 19 Hunt, Ola Harris 418 Hill William T. '
winter coal and winter'clothes and are investigating the} farming sections,of Dr. W B. Witherspoon is somewhatof 400 Everson, Thomas 110 Anderson Howard.
4. Parker White
Bass Edgar:
In'speaking of the route from Jacksonville Florida to learn that in this community at.least 'not only farmers farm but a farmer as well as a good preacherand lie Partln. Henry OscarZoe' 494 Lowe, Ray E. *

to Tampa' Mr., Lolleegard everybody farms. ". an all-round"booster. He was exhibiting 228 Harvey Yates,.William Joseph Arthur Emory Jones 96 92 Taylor Livingston John; Gar BerHamln Cushing '

t gave us the following very interesting The details of this movement could well be worked out through the at this office this morning a 480 186. Woodall.Kahkmen',Thomas Laurl Isak James 117 306 Lee.Rulard) Orrle, George Neville Franklin Jr. '

information The route'via Daytona, four-pound sweet potato which he 823- Riddle, Lovlck, Tiounch 50 Westervelt William J.
.Preparedness Commission which
was recently organized. This cons: Bronson John L. 144 '
Washington ,
DeLand, Orlando Kissimmee, Bartow, grew in his garden on the manse lot.E. lU' Rtarks, James Firman 168 Lupter, Samuel Henry Lincoln Jr.
i ,j/I Lakeland and Plant City has four mission has a strong committee on Farm ,Help with Supt. C. E. Yowell aschaiiman. 91 TlndalL Ben 281 Smith, Nicholas
H. Eggersglnes will leave Sunday 606. Smith Daniel Ablt 84 Haney. James :
': 'miles poor shell Jax-St. Augustine; and should it be thought advisable other members could no doubt 17 Garrett George Palmer 81 Tindall. Hill
night for Milwaukee, Wi., to visit 878. Blake Frank McCormick
these JJJ Overstreet Roll 1.
be induced in
to assist enrolling farmers for
the success of the 1ST Howard Daniel Bole I
Bunnell movement his mother. He will go by boat from Z96Bronson.. Ijonnl \I' .
will effort. tit Peterson Ed JJJ Thomas, William James
; depend on organized ? Jacksonville\ to Baltimore, and will, 844. Newton Foster 88fr Hull Noah .

j- poor Land shell ten between miles Daytona dirt and between De- The idea .i is a splendid' one. 'and .should be given the careful consideration spend'one day in Washington 164.202. Nash Alderman Frank Ed Brice Wilton 895|7, Wille.Williams John Harry Oerrlt C.

poor of every one who has the' interests of the town at heart' 168- Yates William . tat Chapman, John William
Kissimmee and Loughman, twenty Misses Lucy Withers on, Maurine 271 Keith Harry J2t Andrews, Robert ,

mile poor clay Loughman-Bartow- DIRECTOR G. M. SHEAROUSE Dann,' Kathleen Bearden, Messrs.; 262-407" PadKett Crosby,James King Daniel. 2sP 14 Reaves Bratton, Coy James Gregory < f "

Plant City, a total of 47 miles bad Ralph and Raymond Bearden motoredto lit-sit Mann Myers,Henry Daniel .. 889 Peterson, JameaRaymond. .)i
RECEIVES GOLD CORNET Jess 1410 Persons, Charles Low I
,road,between Jax and. Tampa:: I'HDDITIONALLOCAILS Lake Butler Thursday afternoonfor 481 Sloan Bethel. 4J5Pearee, Claude ,
t I '
The best route it, seems, is' the G. M. Shenrousej "Jr.., director of/the an outing. 4(9- Tyson Samuel James Spencer LeRoy ' *97' Smith Barber; ,Wm.Jim' Augustus Everett . :

"r route via Daytona New myrna, San- Kissimmee ConcjriBand, has received County Clerk J. L.. Overstreet madea 826.444 Simmons, Robert Reid H. !-.Blackman, Frank Talmadgr ;H t
Davis lee
**'* ,
r' lord. Orlando! Clermont, Linden, Trily a handsome Kingcorpet, a, present Col.,. Lewis ,O'Bryan left're.terday business trip to Jacksonville', last 447-7&. Lorene cr.ntordi. ; 51* jy Roberts? Jerfme F,I<1 John :

} } Dade City and Plant City, for here from II. N. White &: Co.. of Cleveland, for Tallahassee on business., week where he spent several days. Riley, Ra Fred,.' n. 'Augusta, I IItl In 17J Livingston Green, Rube, Will' 'T.. "'t

,you. only, strike the eight miles between Ohio. Mr. Shearouae has representedthe On hi.'return ,he stopped at Daytona ,1IiS In Katz Ward EdK-af Joe Whit.Douglas' 'M *' 168 491 Pitt., John .' ,;.
Jax and Daytona, and altogether company and sold a: number of Foster Newton of Stj Cloud !spent Beach for a day's outing. l7f1Brown; Benny ', ,11 La Martin, Emb Richard ; ,4r r I

shout six mile poor clay and 12 their instruments in the city and the Tuesday at. the J. N.' Newton home.Harry Miss Marion. Sargent'baa returned 106 IiI'M..on.Bolton.. Harvey William .I_, IT! Wltherspoon Sharpe' Steven Joe Euiphiet Alphonso it ,

tnflea*poor dirt between Clermont andPlant firm) hall(taken this:'substantial ''way Deyoreo,. hag returned from from two -weeks' vacation from her ItiBtratton.8t' B..", Frederic' Charles Mcl-enflon Nathaniel'' 1 Wynn,,John William 'w'
City,V m total'of only 26. miles of expressing- their appreciation 'o( Cot Ndo :when he spent duties In the law, office 'of Crawford 411' Jennlng-a'Manuel *0''' 't' ,1 .Arnold Prentis' William William Bradford Roy .
? some timefor .. 41Carson., 0.... .
A. Jr.
; JUt
1 Cohring.
.bad.r'osd. .That's,going;soma for a his effort -The instrument ;U fold VJarrelL Miss arg nt visited herparents"Mr. 416' La"I.r, James Corbett. &'_.'. "tls: Charlie Bradley

long P.UJur' that .hT-Cood, Roads plated;and beautifully nrrared.. ,It the benefit, his health. .' and .Mrs, W. A- Sargent; u.'U' Wethers.Smith, John James BiH"ton (74 r.Barber, hobo Pansom; ', .

j lo FJOridA.. <,r p .. ..., ,I la ,rained. at f US. *, Mr. Eugene' Ayant .of' Narcoo se* at Avon Park. .; IU' Daniel" John Henry'IVbackaof .;. i:71
--,' Continued Flyej i
Hf : Clifford H.t i ,p 011 Sag, .

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'VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY ,JULY ,27 1917 'io, 'i' .?

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Whiteman's Sampler, $1.00 the box. ,$1J>0 House Dresses, 98c each.

Fresh ,shipment just received at COR- Story's.G. ,' MASS MEETING ..

'Gr ystoneCa.stno NER DRUG STORE. J' | 'P. Garrett and Jim Johnston. 'I .j'.-. II"

G. W Freeman, of Finny Point, were Daytona visitors Wednesday.See : '. 1.

[ manager of the Lee &: Katz groves, in, held \h :'band stand '
those 98c; Dresses.. . the, win. T'herewill be a, mass meeting; a\ on
..It' : was in town Saturday on, ,.business.. I dow Story's.Lieut. '. ;
Wednesday night August; 2,1917, for the purpose, of con-

Matinee, 3:30. : Evening 7:15' Mr. M. M. Miller and ,family motor. (; Cal. McCatighen went to sideling; the question of petitioning; United States Congressto

ed to Daytona Thursday to engage a Jacksonville Tuesday on business. ,

Program: for Week of July 30th cottage In whicl\ to spend, next month. i,, Men's Work Pants, $1.25 and' $1.50' repeal the ,conscript. law: Everybody invited.ot Citizens.

The largest value ftr the money. Story's.J Committee

MONDAY TUESDAYRed Jergan's Crushed Rose"or Violet) Tal
Shirley, Mas .> one Q- L. Gerfe !. CORNER M. lee left for Jacksonville
Feather Photoplays Presents ; cum; big' can' for 25c. "
THE SEVENTH SIN" ,' Wednesday: for a short business trip. 404 Sylvester Clarence ,
Howard Mack and Ed Herm in DRUG STORE. I !: NOTICE
The last t ke "KKVICN DEAD- 117 Cooper, (Hyde
'THE DOUBLE ROOM MYSTERY .Lyl L.SINS" I Miss Corleon Bryan of Kissimmee,. We have most any kind of a Shoe 1171 86. .D.Ashton.... Jphn Rudolph Crawford f

WE Y'I has been' visiting Miss Lillian Brackof at all prices. Story's.. fl1 Crosby Kenneth Harrl.o181 \ To all who wish to contribute to *
HlcL.eo.i. Oliver t'
Famous Players Film Company Presents Narcooasea for the past two Roma Thomas and family' will 113 RoughgardenOrla fund to have the conscript law JII'to'passed ;

LOUISE HUFF:, JACK PICKFO AND. THEODORE ROBERTS weeks. j 1 I l motor to Daytona Beach Sunday for as1 148 Hlmmons Ileardfn.,Albert Oscar Walton Elias by Congress. tested, out, as to '

in "WHAT MONEY CAN'T BUY"THURSDAY New stock Jacob's and Whiteinan'sCandies the day. 13.67' Davis Whlddon, Clones, Bemory 1'. its constitutionality, lIon. Thomas EJ

I I 68 Kntcher, William' Colonel Watson of Georgia, has 'offered his
." .just arrived. Kept on ice, insures I'i Will sell Monday Amoskeag Ginghams 41" William, Andrew l
will fur-
FRIDAYFox' services the
provided people
you fresh, crisp candy all the lie yard. 'Dollar ,Limit Store. 197 Healrfnd. Willie ,
Presents Greater VitajTaph Presents 888. Nlswonirer Lydia !:. actual
Film Corpn. nish money to pay expenses,tow
Earle Williams and Dorothy Kelly I I Miss \II\ Nina Bratton returned 1611- McKee, Gordon Augustus
George Walsh in 884. Sullivan Fred take it before the Supreme. Court or '

,"THE KID IS CLEVER", in "THE MAELSTORM". Mrs. J. E. ,Lupfer and little son are Wednesday from a week's visit with' 386 2&a', l..onlf.ivopl. John. Charley William the. United States. ,t '

spending summer with friends and Mr. and Mrs. L.. Y. Bryan'of Sanford. 7S Cobb Henjmmln Franklin'Jr.. Those who wish to save our boys
relative in Culloden and II. Scott, Harry :;.
,SATURDAY Amoskeag Ginghams for school 301 Huberts James C. r from this bloody uncalled-for foreignwar
vine, Ga. : no <"handle.r.larvln! Hardin that'snot ours, can leave their
Morosco Picture Company Presents 1\IarShal".l dresses. Special Monday'llc' yard. afO Harvey. Wesley .
; Then a. Two-Reel Keystone. Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Beaman: 401 Lawrence, Will ,. contributions with F, H. Lawson, Kissimmee -
George Beban in Mrs. C. J. Woodall and sister, Mrs. UII I'rltchett John Lee
Sarah Cohoon left'yesterday 1122 James Matthew Fla.
Beaman's auto for a ten days' stay at W. W. Bell, left Sunday for Columbus, 171 2S Haneell. George Everet PMward Ethel F; H. Lawson..___.....,.-..-.-'10.0a

Green Springs, near Tampa. I I Ga., where they expect to cpend about. 34 Zander. William Napoleon \ G. B. Woodall.......?...,.-._ 10.00 ,"
ADMYSS'JONr ,' two weeks with friends! an4 relatives. 61. JournlKan, William Owen 32-lt.,
a 74 Sullivan, John
Miss Brunhilde Wichtendahl, of 489, Jane Joshua -
Big lot Amoskeag --Ginghams just
BALCONY S and 10 CENTS, ORCHESTRA 10 and 15.CENTS 5otha, is spending the week with her'I'I 225 Cobb Jay
received.' Will sell Monday, llc.yard. 11I7 Fear" Horace
brother, Herbert Wichtendahl and. 85 Jenkins, Charles Robert, Jr., Classified Advertisements
PLEASE NOTE-Hereafter .our eveninc' show will start at 7:15, Ea.. family at the Grayetone hotel" I I I Dollar Limit Store. In 73 Gregory Mclaughlin William Randall Arthur .

_, -?-_'.._........... _.teal!.oE.TQQ'glo4 t. m9Ydli ' Wfl1"t'iG1KIHttimitj": ; 1,OT ft 5WM* & Q J 1.J!: ; !:0Vhlleh, l4irlltirks; /1a,416FyrYegt Onc-ar: fMFf'a' V.ti5'44a'l'OBlil ftWf'f)1i/1Is''ff'/ ''
of public instruction of this week for Denver, Colo.where ,,Uuy,",TuH/ H. men Is at old prices of eve years airot"' ',
superintendent they will the remainder of the 484 Clare, Olen + ,War'prices nor hlfth labor cut no figure
# Osceola county, is in the city attending 'I! spend 314 Hatch Garnet when you buy from VV. D. J. i.
summer.Mrs 161' Hansrll Benny,, Summer, Kissimmee'' Fla. 4t-.owLIKE x"vOULD
. the Institute of school officials. \ let Bass Barney "
. ITEMS' Emrrfa Barrett Mr and Mrs.; 143 Kvans. W-cymam 'Potter: : \ TO HEAR fromownerl'who .
I INTERESTING LOCAL Daily Sun, Gainesville.., ,. ire Howard. Eugene ,>'f 1 . '' has good body of round. flmbel y' :f
T"W Brinley and, Miss' Jeanette Prevatt 167 Thompson, Archie > "f' for sale close to railroad Full particulars (i
Mrs. .'_. ... Thom P won ivae taken 324 Montsdor. Hobvrt M.' In first letter a s to location .' y
'motored to Taft Saturday. for a day's.visit 6o2 Lanier. Ira \ ., .' terms and grade o price: 1,
.. .. .otoooooooooooooooo.. E.,, &: W.! ((ollarl.. Quality Store. with acute indigestion::: Saturday with friends.. 101!' lUchardBon, Heseklah, \ . Address Box 1041 Orlando Fla.
f .
morning and was critically ill for 635 Hamilton lOd 'I.: ll>(t-pol' ,
Mr. and Mrs A. Cotterman and 13 Jettnlrg.Palmer "
I Weather Report .some time, but is now recovering. : Mrs. C. l\ Hilton and hildren'and 33$. Barber Warren "I ;r' WANTED to buy a work home, not
daughter, Elizabeth, Misseji Bessie I rapidly. I her mother, Mrs.: N. E.; Conner, left 23S itobineon; Charles Alexander and Susie McGuire, and W. F. Parker 880 Russell, John Wesley or tall on Nelson Realty Co. ;
I Thursday for Hendsrsonville! N. C., 14r Wilder John C. ,
motored to Daytona Beach Saturday.. J. E. Hartley, ticket'agent lit the 38 Hades, 'Floyd 4'
; to-spend the rest of the summer."Evf'rite" FOR S.ALE-500 S-rear-old Seedllnjr:
A. C. L. passenger 'accompan : 278, HubbardI'alter drapefrult. Trees., Trice 16o,each. C-
Following daily temperatures fmt
are, M m's' Dress Shirts, same old price, slit Murphy, Thomas S, H.' Funk Klsalmmee, Fla tl-tfl
and precipitations as re- led by His siaterryfi Bfartley of Or- is a guarantee of qualityin 86, Hans, Ordla .
station at Quality Store. Our line of Face 47 Hans, Clarence DWKLT.INQ3 foe rent.Tlllep. :, Apply to. M.:
ported by Government lando, and Miss XU Weetfall, wentto rubber goods. 471 Hunter Henry E .
at Kiftimm, fir' fh_ week end- Ralph Bearden arrived last Saturday Tampa Thursda H g day's outing Bags, Ice Caps, Hot> Water Bags, Ill Oliver. Thndlas Samuel ,
Thursday July 26:' .. set McBeath. Samuel AVTOIIIODILIG ROAD MAPS'ONLY' Jae
ing ., from Ft. Myers to spend some h Fountain Syringes, etc., is complete. 125 HuKhey, William Albert Pocket .",... Florida Auto RoadMap
M.". Min Rein time with home folks.' CORNER DRUG STORE. 466- Tindall, Leonard a.T4 complete and newest edition.
Friday _.__92 68 .44 Jergan's' Violet'. t| Hfn PalmOlive ,' Barber William Claudius Offer for short time only. -On sale at- '
toe Charlie IQtfOKNKltAI.
Thomas Valley Oasett. office
Saturday __ __94 71 Mrs.C. V. Bearden left Tuesday Sayman, Rose f ceane': and The Christian Endeavor Society"" of IKS. Lee, Arthur ;
.... for an extended visit with her sister teen advancedby Milliard's Island will 177. Butler John Malchlah FARMING U profitable; \
Almco have all : the Church at
Sunday __ ____95 70 .20 Soaps 167' McKee:Kdirar Cleveland Florida. To know, Florida'* possibilities
Monday _. ...,.93 *\71 .45 Mrs. Belle Mershon, in Ocala.. the manufacturers to 15c the cake. give a cake and cream social at?the 201, 1'11... Martin Rufus : for live stock and poultry
141 (Cornell Edison Raymond ., raising, dairying, fruit and truck
Tuesday .. .._94 74 Word has ben received that S. W We make a price two for 25c., CORNER schoolhouse. 'Thursday night, ,August 496 ThornpklriH, A. Roland growing I read the Florida Farmerand

Wednesday ...91 72 Thornton, formerly, of Kissimmee, is DRUG STORE.; 2. Everybody invited to come and 8 68 6Taylor.' Stuck.v., Roy Clyde Walter subscription HnmeHeeker.' t( cents Six months'Sample copyfree. trial

Thursday _:',.98 79 :.30 seriously ill at his home,, "at. Atasca. Mr. and Mrs. ,J. B. Mills mohd'to bring their friends.! l. 637 68 Lewis Lesitsne, Wesley, Elliott llomeateeker. Addresa, Box Florida. 160,. Farmer Jacksonvilletf and! '

>,> oooooo ovooOtoooooo.Fire dero, Cal. ; Winter JIavert Wednesday where Mr. Mrs. B. C. Dutton and small daughter 290 227 Lanier Kills .Vcrner KirbY Heed Fla. _

See Dr. Davis for glasses for poor Mills will 'engage' in the shoe and arrived Tuesday'from Wauchula, ''281 2K9 Allen Keen, Ira Leon Euttene V. OI.I PtPRHsj FOR for wrapping BAI.E-lOe A ni1KDL1eGood -
Insurance. See A.' E. Drought. vision or headache at his 1.ome office, notions business Lyles Story of to- spend a month' with her parents, 448 Baas: John; H. etc. Apply at Valley Oaaetta. iotl'i

Lincoln House. Eyes tested free. Kissimmee, will be associated vSthhim Mr. and Mrs. J. Z.'Roberson. I 48f 110 Barber Simmons Clyde Carl L.Lankford FOR 11KNT-: three-room furnished!' y
Mr. ,and Mr J. H. Steffee spent member 'of the firm. 612 Will flat with modern conveniences W
4 Work \ 4aO4t: as a mother'ofMra. Johnson Qasette office tl-tf
d Pond visiting Mr. \ .- 'ft 1 t : Mr si Margaret Gray 870 Page, James Whiling B. Harris ,
last week at Green Steffee. J. ''K. Singletary of ,TJradentown, County Supt. C., E-. Yowell and'Dr.T. . Henry Barnes has gone to Cleve 141 120 Martin Story,-,Aaron Prince Albert Albert, ,'" ',..., ., FOR BALE!-Larire'als.' wicker baby

and Mrs. Harmon spent a',few days here this ,week visiting M. Rivers motored to Deland, on land, Ohio, to be with her son who 'Is 434 / at Sttf
Inquire Bryan
Buster Brown Hosiery Bold>y F, H. his children and other relatives.Mr. Wednesday of last week on a combined .in the: government employ .there. 2118 482 Bell Chandler.Lewis John' Leban .. -

Lawson. Singletary is, a member of the business and pleasure trip.. 2; Weaver. Paul Kelso)
Bessie unable to place them in; their
Misses and Eleanor Moseley 264 M'llllams, Ernest; are
week City Council Bradntown.: They were accompanied by Miss Beula 216 Bryan, Eugene Ci .
Mrs. Milton Pledger left,this returned Saturday from Daytona 600 I .I . proper ordeY? t

J /;," '" fora brief visit with her sister, Miss. Listen! I am' selling Dutchess Zant, and Madge and Eunice' Rivers Beach, where they have been spending 38R a .Jorfn.!:, ,Henry Dorse Jephunneah'f* > d '1 ;'.': '58 65 Hatch Alston, Clarence Oussle

"1\1\; : ,i I ]', :, Jessie. Padgett at Bradc.ntown... Trousers. They are guaranteed not to S. B.; Aultman is spending several several days enjoying ocean breezes. 608 Robinson Arthur.Wf*,% 70 Johnson Romta .
u .. ,. ,, SI Llndsey. Roland Harold '
"t.. rip. If do will 220 Gardner Claudius KmlteJ r
they we $1.00
pay you with his relatives whom he has
23dIb. weeks Cromartle, '
Saturday only; 804 Peterson, 11* Jame.4.'q
Whlte'SaltlMeat| )each,: 1 I" ,, Miss! .Albinla! Smith county,, agent Charles LS84' 168 I'Imlt' h. Jnllus MarttHMttv/i! , .
rip ((10c1forjjejeryJbutton Prather. :
for }, | | not .for than;thirty Orlpna '
., atTayltir'ii Grocery. Lnwson seen more years for\"'OsceolaT, 'withl3Missee',: *"', Nettie 188 Hills Willie V ., 307' Smith, Charles Everett*?" '" '
I pulled off. F. 11. : lie left here in his car for Macon, Ft. 261. Rlnearson Henry Howard 247' ft''n: WIIobert' L. ?M'-- It I'
Powell motored to
Mr.\ and Mrs. Harmon Steffee of Hpdges and Emma 171 Baas James Durwood 265 .
W. E. Pound of Ocala has been the Valley and Byron, Ga., from there he Thursday and returned home 200 Baas, Orls Franklin ass James, David - -
Green Pond were visiting relatives o'n business Locosf 11' Charmllng-, Loyd all Johnson. Will ;It
will by rail tQ Kentucky a '
here Saturday. guest of his sister, Mrs. A. D. Gilbert, go today. 231 McNorton, Henry a71 Bliss. Lawrence
end friends several days this week. Mr. Pound Is trip. He will return here in his loa Ivey, Thomas Jackson 801 Fletcher, Charlie B. "1
and Mrs. J. of Indianapolis ( 401 Daniels. Mlnu. S18 Graham. Henry Clar .
Mr. "Sparling
'Butterick at Quality Store. latr In the
Patterns a member of the National Guards car : summer. 196, CharniaThe 141 Peterson. Leonard Joseph- Se
have leased the Thorn- 14* Cobb, Samuel F.
Mr and Mrs. Jake Johns and infant from Live Oak and will join. his company Mrs.M. A. Clark is in receipt of Information Ind., (77" Padgett. Robert Kill ",

have returned to Starke from Kisslm- in a few days.. conveying the sad Intelligence ton cottage on Verona avenue and will following are registered in this see Low man, John .Harrison ,
441 Lanl John
mee._Bradford County Telegraph.. of the death of her little four- occupy it as soon as their furniture county, but on account of errors and 4414SS o.tlln. Ben B. ,IHerrln &
One hundred enamiled Red
Cress arrive They' are now guests at thGrayston a omissions in the, published lists VanWlson ,.
E. &: W. Shirts, no fade. Quality buttons have been received bjf the year-old grandson, Paul, which occur- Hotel.. Mr. Sparling has we 688 < ; Rufus
red at the home of his parents, Sergeant '
Store. local chapter and may now be obtained invested In ,psceola county real estate
Miss Muriel Prentis1 is! spendingthe from Miss Anne Bryan Carson and Mrs. Holland Clark, at :
between Kissimmee and Orange Center '
week with friends at Orlando chairman of the membership committee Tulsa, Okla.:, some days ago. This which he Intends to farm. DR. DeWITT. T, :;, '
will be, particularly sad news to the
Miss Josephine Reynolds has returned members of Company; B, as Sergeant Rev. C. H. Summers, pastor of the OSTEOPATH, ,.

to her home In Tampa,' after I Mr and Mrs. J. A. Barclay, accompanied Clark's. family was with him during Methodist church, left Monday ,for

a" pleasant visit with Miss Ethel Lee. I by Mr. Barclay's daughter the recent! border service; where, little Venus, where he will conduct a meet Corner Drug Store ,Mondays and .FridaysShoes

"American Lady Corset," newest Miss Mabel, and Misses Lavinia Paul was known to ,and petted by ing for two :weeks.. Rev. Reeves ,of

styles. all guaranteed. '1.00 and up ; Wenner and Helen Sawyer, have every member'of. the company, 1Y. Apopka will have charge of the serv.- f

at Quality Store. returned from Daytona Beach where ices here Sunday and Revs Smith Har- .

Harold Woodall left for Micanopy they have been enjoying an outing. John Baisden from Kenansville', a din, the presiding elder, will be here
member of the school board of'Oece-
'Monday.,to visit .friends .for a Mr.. and Mrs*.:'H. 'M. Pfanq spent Sunday. week.
ola who to the city to
county, came at.
few days. !\several days, in Lakeland ,last week tend the school officers' institute at. C. H. Summers, Jr., arrived here Shoes Shoes :
their Mrs. W. J.Waring from Magdalena N. M.,
For your complexion's sake, use visiting daughter,, the University, went to Starke yesterday last Sunday ,
and their home "he has been the guest of his
1 yal'. Face Cream with Peroxide. on 'return; Mr Baisden was born and where
were accompanied'' by their little grandparents. On his way here he-
Palace Drug Store. raised at Starke, and was a schoolmate .
granddaughter, who will spend some of the Sun reporter in the early visited in Atlanta, Ga..1; Gainesville,
the latest
lot of -
Just received a new time with them '80's.. He own. valuable and spent a week fishing at Cedar Spring.and Summer JFootwear.
____. _. popular sheet music. ; ,2,,for'25c.Palace - "a orange _
Drug Store Miss 'MildredLe Miss Ethel Lee &'rove-1n--Osceola ol nty'whtcb; Tie Keys

of Kissimmee, and Mrs. Josephine says was not'touched by the late cold, Word was received by relatives here We Have It!! l '

B. F. Lester Montgomery, Ala., Reynolds of Tampa arrived in Arcadia and he leas? already been offered $2 per that H. Harper received a slight para.. ,. '

Xisstmmee's veteran cattle. buyer, is yesterday and were the guest of Mrs.Z. box for his.crop.-Daily Sun., Gaines- lytic shock last Friday at his home in \ Shoes for every member' the family. '
in town this week. : Grand Rapids He greatly improvedat ,
N.; Parker. They left this after ville.Mr. j -i_ __________ ___ \
., "See our new line of Corsets. Mighty noon In their car for Kissimmee, going and Mrs. Wilder, Miss 'Ethel this date. Mr. Harper Is'one of.the ,V

good for 'the money. SOc, $1.00' and by way of Tampa.. -Arcadia Dally Wilder and:Mr. John:' Wilder, prominent !.] prominent business men of this com- Complete array ofMen's

$1.50. F. H. Lawson. News. residents of Kissimmee, were in i munity and his illness is regretted by Summer
Low Cut S hoes egaufFootwear
his business associates and his many ), e
S. S. Griffin. of Orlando, was in C: B. McCaughen received his commission the city Wednesday, while passing -- --
Kissimmee Monday, shaking hands from Tallahassee this week, through en route to other points in friends. for Ladles* Misses ,and Children }

friends and looking after and is lieutenant. the state, via the auto route. Theymade' Mrs. R. O. Bowden and two children of
with old now a full-fledged Great Display White Kid and
business Lieutenant McCaughen's commission the trip from Kissimmee to Pal- are here from Leesburg to be ; ., .

differs from those of earlier issue in atka: via DeLand and Daytona-more with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J Canvas Shoes. i
J.. D. Jeffords and small son, Cosner their home Mabbettee
than two hundred miles-In less than at on
that it designates him as lieutenant of
Joseph, left Monday for a few days'vacation United'States National Guard insteadof one day. They report the roads as street. It will be remembered that '
which he will spend' in Florida National Guard. The.for.mer fairly good, but extremely 'bad in Mrs.. Cosner suffered from a severe
Straw Hats
Kingsland, Ga. term is used to show that the spots, owing to the construction workin shock from a fall two weeks ngo, and J > ,. :

Mr. Parker went from there to Jacksonville state organizations have been merged progress in some sections.-Palatka has been unable to walk since, thoughit '

: on business and joined'' the into one of national scope.'' Times-Herald.' is thought: that she will be able to complete variety,'sizes, shapes and {
\. homeSunday do so'after complete rest. Mr.'Bow-
Sunday. They '
r .
r party 'Robert R. Roberts, who is. connected here and styles. Up-to-the Minute Goods Prices
'. 'night. We have 'on hand large stock oft den accompanied the family .
".!> with'the Baltimore Savings Bank a Engines, both gas. and kerosene burners returned to Leesburg on Sunday:Mr I Are Right.

; Mrs. T,W. Mills and daughter Miss Baltimore, arrived' in Kissimmee : Pumps of. various sizes and Bowden will remain here for a week...

I I Lila of Miami, arrived Monday<,ifor Thursday to be the guest of C. F.: Bur. makes f PumP Jacks. ,
Iron Pipe of various sizes,both gal '
two, weeks' ,visit with her' sister, rows; and family. 'On Monday be left vanized .and black Bath Tabs .and ORDER OF SELECTIVE DRAFT

),Irs., A. S. Gilbert. in company,with Mr. Burrow'and R. general plumbing goods. '. ' -

Lieut.. S. J.: Entriken/of Narcoossee, MPlantfor Tampa; and from there' Drain Tile and All Material for Sub (Continued from Pa..4)ITI N 'C., .STANFORD COMPANY :
and Overhead Irrigation Plants. ALL Hansell Henrjr Morgan., .
L D. Frost of St. Cloud he went to Pittsburg.' Messrs. Burrows 1(4 Will -
and ,Capt. , of which w 91 are offering' at reasonable Zodrr .
motored over to Kissimmee Tuesday and Plant were ''on'a ,business I prices.. ? p .,' 414 III Smlt Harper. ,Joe Henry B.II Claude '' "014 Reliable Stf. Dealer ti,OKJel. U CM: *,?,"I

'. < and spent'.a.few hours attending'' to mission and remained several days: Inf I ,.MAHONEY.WALKER CO.. tot Evan Peke. William Henry H. '" .

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has been bought and shipped. If this pared by the engineering psrtment

County Agents'' Report project ,f is!" successful it will benifit the I W.G.T.O. COLUMN .'drawing of the board were.;.nd riven-(blue to prints arch from district this

county, as the beans can be grown health officer. On it was'noted the location .

e Osceola County--t Ten pigs for the here readily.St. of every street, every home,
__ .J The. meeting-of' July J3 resolved every surface closet and other essential -
,' club boys have been received Lucie County: The recent reins into a Red Cross meeting.Communication Information. Using this as a beginning -

Alabama. The,pigs were five to seven which have hindered the work in the from state officers the eight health officers, under Spray PumpsInsectlcldes
double treated for direction-of an expe.jcnccd work.
months old were
fields have been good for the citrus read in to the work and
registered and cost $21.17 on were er, Joined in an intensive survey of
cholera, groves. Citrus trees, which before the afternoon was consumed with the, section. The field work .was accomplished .

the car at Kissimmee. the rain 'were parched and drying plans how most efficiently the local during the daylight hours
Dade County i One farmer sold two and the results were' tabulated at
.seemed almost are now
and ,
union could assist., '
death to
dollars nirht. >- Mist spray mean pour:
old for thirty
hogs one year fed table putting on a new growth and a great These are busy days, with the superintendent These tebulat'ons showed, fie: sanitary crop enenfles. We have fall stock: /
eacb. These hogs were on many are bursting out in full bloom.In of the Soldiers and Sail. condition of every home in the of the Right Materials' 'and the Best

scraps and the refuse of truck cropsonly many;, sections the trees startedout ors department. district, tho name of tl] e occupantsand Machines.. Our experience dates from
the $60 being: net profit. fair stand of fruit, but during owners, natire, of the Louse con .
a The National' W',,, C. T, U. is sending struction whether screned the very first spraying in Florida.
The county c6mmistloneri : or unscreened
Polk County:
the dry spell most of"the leaves 'ambulance to France has also
an ; the. number tt occupants,
: have appropriated $3,000 for . SEND FOR SPRAY CATALOGUES.
' and fruit dropped. Now' most of adopted a Belgian baby: their race, sex, end approxjniats\ ace, ,
t the construction of dipping vats.!! Four these trees ere coming out with a We read that Gen. J. J. Penning, the source, of w-iter supply; thu disposal .

i' have been built and sjjveral more are full second bloom. .. Commander of the first U. S. troops to of sewerage and condition(if any of), the privies construction , Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
I j under t go to France, is an'ardent advocate of whether or not animals: or chickens Ii Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers.
k Manatee County J A larger acreage Duval County: A seventy-five prohibition. PershingV: punitive expedition are kept on the premises, and, other /' Jacksonville, .'
; than ever before will be planted to thousand dollar stock company is being details that 'make tor' or against "
into Mexico to the Florida,
was, quote
; sweet potatoes this summer. Preparations organized for the purpose of, putting healthful .conditions. + .
writer in the New York Tribune, the e
.: are still going on for the largest in a, large sweet-potato'curinghouse Wherever typhoid fever was discov-r
": the dryest body of troops that ever ered a history of the cam was compiled
planting of rice .in the history and by-produces manufacturing -
a Thusa
marched. It traveled absolutely on as completely as postibl
county. The yield of early corn was plant in Jacksonville.Palm water'wagon, and the going was census of the entire district 'was
cut considerably by dry weather, but gathered as thoroughly: as Ur.cle Sam
hard. Some of these went
the later corn has filled well. Beach County:: Acompany ever dreamed of getting together, at
into Mexicosoft and moderately rum-. of his ten counts 'fn his large
:) St. Johns"County: Another'-tractor Salerno has interested the farmers in any -ycar -
soaked.But lean family.
they' came out ,
has been brought into, ,the county. .castor beans. The company wants as'nails. The facts And figures gathered in
and hard .
The owners are clearing one hundred four hundred acres planted so that an clear-eyed hard.hip.- of the first rush Despitethe the this way, when they are arranged and WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO, Local Agents

acres of potato land near St. Angus- oil press may be operated. Aconsid-: sick noted on.the map, will present a more u __ ____
reports were'startllngly meagre. of health conditionsin
'' has
the tractor' will be'put to erable of castor'
t tine, and acreage thiS. little suburb thr... has ever
work pulling a large disk plow. Others been planted. NEW YORKER WARM IN PRAISEOF been drawn'of any square mile of FOR SALE---CASH PREFERRED,
v will buy tractors preparatory to turning Florida territory. It will enable intelligent "
Liberty County t Another cattle AUTOISTS OF THIS COUNTY effort eradicate this disease -
the land in the fall.Dade'County '
]'g One block of five Lots in fotith Part'of Town. 250
'dipping vafr is to be constructed in frohi this section qnd to control
ki ) The, Seminole pump. MrvJ., R. Willis, a prominent far- I.and prevent its reappearance in- fu. foot front '

+p.-mw..c+ .] oIl1LU"lM1AMtnf\ : \ ,, -fl'IM.this .county., |IT T, rCT, .... ...|_._.-._.. rH_ : t .ture. _It wilL show what' ImproveieAtir' 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for _ .'
\ wonderfully prolific: exceptionally -Several farmersare N. Y." who has been in our' city the' M afl='r'kangtltr' tritlbt'be'r.friadi.its' RBanariaF tS .. rUi owing.--Eighfeprw Tn ch--r;: 'i lfM'"fd...,pit t---..,' --
Johns County:
\1. hardy. The fruit is quite nutty. The St.building nice dwellings and installing past few days, left for home Monday.Mr. living housing It conditions will locate to Insuro decisively healthful. the .ditch. Make your home pay for itself. .
real Seminole Indian '
I seed of the electric and 'water'systems. . Willis! in conversation_with a rep source from which typhoid has been ,
:l pumpkin isl>ecoWpg! : badly; mixed and During the lights! resentative-of this 'paper, was' ex'ceed- spreading during t&e.past months. "' Apply I 'VALLEY, GAZETTE. ,

,I :fanners'having'pufe''seed shauld conserve in pleingly warm in his praise of Osceola\ The people of Florida, who are alive "
seventy lighting systems !to the importance of this work, will .
t'' it. One vine of this little native -
the country homes of the county. autoists, stating' that never;, in his experience :be gratified that such intensive andnecl'saary
'3: pumpkin will sometimes mature a Also many farmers are screeningtheir in 'touring over the ''United effort has been: systematically
hundred fruits. and in water and States has he met a more considerateand undertaken by the state board of
houses putting
}. St. Johns County: A company has courteous set of men. Invariablyin :health, and it will renew the confidence R. S. F'LOYDDealer
t septic tanks.Hernando : in the efficiency of the board,
:,j bought\five thousand acres of land passing he was given more than
I when it Is seen that .a body of men
near Tocol. Three hundred acres will County: The cotton crop half of the road, questions were fully trained to competency is prepared to 'In

be fenced, and a thousand Hereford is showing up well;' no boll weevils answered as to roads and' conditions, conserve public health by the most .

Jv; i cattle and two hundred Duroc sows Have been found.STORING and ni night traveing) dazzling headlights : practical methods. It may be' expected -
K will be put on the ranch. The remain- would be dimmed on approaching I from such work as this that Florida's Groceries, Hay, Grain and Feed
typhoid death rate will be reduced At
;Hj! lug two thousand acres will be cleared SWEET POTATOES his car. least to tho average of the entire

Ic and planted to Irish potatoes,'corn, Only one little incident marred his country, instead of being about double Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.
Work In
it I 'velvet beans, cowpeas, soy beans, sor- (Cooperative Extension Agriculture trip to this sections of Florida, and that rate, as at present.

';'l| ghum, and other forage crops. The and Home Economies, this was between Pinecastle and Taft. Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed

!:f company will erect two or three silos. State of Florida.) Mr. Willis stated -he was coming Whenever You Need a General Tonic
M' Take
Lei County: More than 1,600'lay. Potatoes properly stored and cured south on the brick road that led drove'sThe
Old Standard Grove's Tastelesschill
lag liens have been sold in this ---- - --=== .,
county -- --- -- ----- -- - - ----- -
, will keep several months in a market- through a swamp and was very nar Tonic is equally valuable as -q ; "
in the last two months because of the able condition. However it is necessary row. In the car were several ladies ; Genetal,Tonic>> because it contains the

i t. high price of feed and the low price of to'handle them carefully without and children and his brother. On en. well known tonic properties QUININE -
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
I I eep, breaking or bruising them when dig tering, he glanced behind and saw a out Malaria, Krriches- the Blood and Stout Lumber Co. C-

', i: Calhoun County: If the favorable, ging and placing them in storage, bunch of six or seven negroes out on "Builds up the '\1.o1e System. SO ants.Free ,

)' aeason continues! this county will raiseenough otherwise there will be a loss,,from de a joy ride, bearing down on him at a SUCCESSORS TO MAV-BTOUT LUMBER 00. ,

: corn 'to, supply pie local de- cay.' The potatoes should be sorted pretty good rate of speed. Not DEALERS IN

4 ntand and have some to sell. before placing them in storage, so dreaming that they would try to pass +L

:{:1 ill Clay County; I believe it is safe to that any that are broken or partly decayed his car in the narrow way he kept in YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS

.aythat\ every available 'acre of will,not. go int'j: the storage the center of the road. The ne roesl j J

l cleared land .Is planted'' this year and house; tried to crowd'him over'to the aide, tta ,48 LUMBER

'. -we will have a record-breaking crop The market value of sweet potato thereby endangering the lives of the Page

if we have plenty of rain from now on. has increased nearly 100 per cent. in occupants of his car. Mr. Willis spoke Novelty Works in' Connection

Corn planted after Irish"potatoes is the past twelve months. They are as quietly to his brother, who was in the Book '

looking'exceptionally well as nutritious &s Irish potatoes and front seat 'with him, who quickly It is oar pleat ore to five yon estimates at all times. .'

Madison County: The much needed the usual wastage of 60 per cent. reached down into the bottom of the Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery. '
rains have begun and that should not occur. ,
corn wasalmoit car, pulled a double-barrel shotgunand ,
submitted for !
,.... given up now. gives promise of sweet potato storage apply more especially shoved in a couple of shells. Phone 21 Kissimmee} Ffa. "',

:- ,'a normal yield. Many acres are being to those having a large quantity The negroes, observing this action,

.a planted to sweet potatoes. of sweet potatoes. A house 40x20 immediately suspended their joy ride to.. -A..-. -8.....- -LftF-P1J;

'e' Seminole County: Our six silos now bushels.feet has a capacity of about 3,000 to some other occasion, and while Mr. I ___ ___ - _ _

+t. under construction,will be finished on The system provides: for ventilation Willis and his party proceeded leisurely

f Ik:. time for the crops -with which they and heat. The plans provided for a on their way to Kissimmee the negroes "The Modern Methodof \

i; are to be Ailed, but we have lost I supply of air from the top of the had lost all desire to pass them
\ vybree silos on account of not beingable house, artificial heat inside to take up ,Decorating Walls"This
and were not seen again.
ventilators in the,
'";. to 'get labor and transportation i,I the roof moisture to carry out and this moist air. Information Illustrated and book,gives full State Bank
suggestions -
'", facilities.: I As soon as the potatoes: are taken of the lateet'and best
Palm Beach CountYI Recent rains from the field, they are placed in the BOARD OF HEALTH Ideas on the decoration of Interior

1 have m the crop outlook more storage and submitted to:1 tempeja- walla and celling It of KissimmeeThe
I of about 80 degrees F. They become
ture shows Ii number of In :
cheerful. Some of the citrus treessuffered rooms I i "
I;i cured in two week They should
colors designed by leading
To of disease aid art-
remove causes )
t considerably by the drouth, remain in a marketable conditions for Ists, airing exact specifications:
.c(, part of the leaves and at least th'ree- several months! if properly handled. minimize the necessity for cures is atask' for obtaining harmonious of the worldare

4 fourths of the fruit, dropping. Although Floor which the new Stato Board of color effect with eyes
'!, late velvetheana If a storage house is located on wet health has set out to perform by an
many : are ground, it is necessary, to have a floor intensive sanitary campaign.throughfull .G
'\' being planted, also some cowpeas and 15 to 18 inches above the ground, but co-operation of the several district ,
grain !sorghum. Sweet potatoes are on sandy, well drained land this floor health officers and the public, the on the man whoSAVES

;i being planted on a larger scale than will not be necessary, although with- board ultimately hopes to reduce I
7 ever before in tilts' county; The sweet out the floor on almost any location, Florida's exceptionahigh 'death .
the moisture content of the room muct .
rate from typhoid and preventable intestinal Sanitary
.ne'Modern1..Durabl. -
f potato weevil ha been found in the be watched more carefully, during afflictions to the minimum. Flat Oil Finish."
h\? vicinity of West Palm Beach, and raining weather, when it may. be Many times It happens that the :. '
.1\t\ promise_to be a serious menace in the necessary to warm the house to drive physician, whose work H is to treat .I.DOOM eolon la whit whlofc and 94 do d not_.1 rtohvlrty .A.. I II
i.future.. out the excess moisture. I ttseases in the individual, has to com
to : Bin Ask for fro book writ for It t
bat maladies which proper sanitation or *
y;, Clay; County! Every one who can: I The bins are made of slats. They I could have prevented. It: is hero the ruiVa CsaTsrrtCa ,la ..l hdiletly.Osceola .

t get ,them is planting sweet potato must be set up off the floor so that expert sanitarian. finds his field of endeavor "
Tinea... One farmer is putting in three there will be a free circulations of air I Hardware Co. ,
f, hundred acres and another is puttingin on all sides. The bins have remov- When scientific men discovered that I
.t able_bottoms,which be.taken ------------ --- -
can out mnay diseases- such 'as malaria tuberculosis Fla. --- ---
two hundred acres; 'neroWl.reheme and cleaned when the house is empty.If typhoid fever and intestinal K ..immee, ___

s made up with a disk cultivator, the bins are built crosswice the disorders, each has Its own particular for a moment, young ,man
' which", saves much time and makes an house,'they may be four feet wide and germ, to destroy these germs, to II
ideal bed for planting. eight :feet deep, as shown in the plans, prevent their reaching: new*victims, to a thought to self. The'probIems
or they may be built lengthwise, in create such conditions as would stop
t Taylor County: One farmer has which case they can be the full lengthof their spreading and multiplying in that confront now or
made arrangement to erect a ninety. the house and 80 inches deep. short, to kill tile disease in its inception : you ,

? ton concrete: ailo. The lower bins are filled first, :then became a new profession and the will few hence.
4t -. lay removable bottoms and fill,1& the sanitarian instantly was a ,specific OJR(GARDEN a' years "
.' Jackson County Farmers top of the house, leaving a 6-inch airspace worker Y
: are
very between the potatoes in each bin This work-the prevention of disease Look about you-(he men of affairs ia country, state, nation-
much encouraged over the present and the bin'above. in the State of Florida--Is work SUPPLY YOU yes, in the world, are the men who started to save early ia life.
4 outlook for good crops. Late corn is Packing in Crates of the State Board of Health and"r I

looking fine. Businessmen of Malone If the potatoes are packed in cratesas its new administration; it is settingprecedents rlTITiit dd. n'daa tGAROErrand "'e"-.e the respect and confidence of the community.

are: advancing money for serum, to' they are placed in the house, no in a practical manner t[ .
bins will be necessary. This will require to accomplish its purponn. look the other side at the fellow who all
tbefarmers-in that neighborhood l In an arrangement for piling these Already eight district health officershave Then on spend they

order that they may protect their crates together so that there will bea been appointed in as mr.ny subdivisions make-they may hat a food time for a while, but what does their

hogs' from,cholera. uniform circulation of 'air throughout of the state Tome of them personality reflect?

the. entire house. were long experienced in this work\,
Healing while others to A dollar deposited in this bank will be the
Brevard County: We have come are ,being trained efficiency v or
pleted arrangements for financing the The small house can be heated withan for their duties. r nucleus of aft honorable, independent career, I
ordinary sheet iron stove. low- Within tho last month these officials FiSEEDS .
.Make beginning'nowkoday.. Your built N
importation of dairy cattle and hogs. ever, the temperature can bet kept were assembled at headquartersof your .'..
Under this plan, every farmer will be more uniform and will require less attention the board in Jacksonville.for con book will pave the way. .4 i iCapita i

able to get a cow and a hog,, if he is if oil or coal stoves are used. ference and instruction sort of officers -stock /', ,
..... $1 100000.00
In commercial storage houses where training school. Fortunately, for ----- ; --. V? '--. -
prepared to give them,proper care.: over 25,000 bushels are stored, it may the purposes of the school, there bad ESPECIALLY AOAPTCd Resources ,over _,_'_+-___..._...____________. 400,000.00 '. f
: ; be more economical to hcafwith hot been for some months in a suburb of FOR YOUR STATE ' }
;Lee County;, "I hare been instructIng water or steam pipes around the walls, the city and,outside of the corporate Officers, and Directors t
l farmers on how to grow castor but must emphasize: that a uniform limits a more or less indefinitely located '-= FREE ', .
"R ,beans for5 market. A company has temperature of about 80 degrees F. infection., of typhoid :fever, CATAD50 C. A.'CARSON'Pre id.nt, ,M. KATZ and P. L. LESLEY; V-P. :
'. been organised here to put hi 'a plant.toVextract must' be held during' the curing,, pro which' had not yielded to local treat- 1 OUR INSTRUCTIVE PRICCUSTV ROMA THOMAS, Cashier '
cess. ment. . AND WEEKLY '
". ; loD from the bean. Thecompany Tb of this Infection had not vTh k 'SEND TOR THEM 1XMVW 'I '
,1 : to ToCuroaCoid fa.OM Day located X. ,
,. ;* preparing plant three been and new and troublesome A. CARSON H. FLEMING. /' E. LESLEY
and Take r..utA.Tn'1t' .0110 Q.t.laa' It atops the 'takes'were freqawit.Forproetfail ,' LEAnARTlNSEEDCftJAOOONYILLE.FUk .
,, ;Athou.andwer will'buyall, the Ceq10 ..d H d8eM .M wvrb o. Uae c.w. I X WADE; TUCKEB/Dlwetorsv.
Imu ,. .The machinery"i" Pno..I. _.M na.q If it tai.. u ..,.." working purposes;n1 I ,. JI!
coffer;' -, .. ;..w"Oa.Yll'a,W..1ara,N..r_ ....{ of the infected district: was\p 7 0' : i
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Dr. Frederic l Jacobson Says 75 percent thl*. the 11th day of July, A. D. tlt7.J. . . . . .....O.O.OO..O. O..O. . .OO.O.
(Seal) '
of Women Need PhosphatesTo Clerk Circuit Court Oaceola County.Florida. .


,,Rounded figure'and to -
Made under Section St. Chapter S69S FROM KISSIMMEE 'j
Avoid Nervous' Break Law. of Florida showing .the amount
of taxea the Tax Collectorof
Mrs. B. Weselinovits of Bassenger, Uccrola Florida_ .
( Down. Thousands of county. to he collected

who, In with Syd Pearce returned for the current year A. D. ISIS, '$44.65 York $42.65 |,
company Women Grow and the apportionment of the same tothe New Philadelphia
Life Accident and Monday from Tallahassee ,Strong several fund for which taxes have .
I been levied.

Health Plate Glass Liability Where they went to lay before the In Nature'sWay. APPORTIONMENT OF COUNTT t; $50,40 Chicago $40,15 Cincinnati .

governor their side of the controversy held i
"Consider the Lillies of the. '( FUNDS
and Boiler Insurance. which has been pending. some time be. '
How They Grow." November ltA. D, 191t $44,40 St. Louis '
tween themselves and the local Boardof .

Legal Bonds Executed County Commissioners, called at Th. lift of' the Illy Is but 'a few' General '

Same Day Needed. the Gjazette ,office Monday and requested week'three
publication of the following live one's life In Its fullness' womenlike
the Illy, roust be nourished. >by Balance to be collected____ ",.87.18 4 '
statement concerning their mission vital element which natura1 THROUGH SLEEPERS DINING CARS -
rdmto ( Head ,
and other incidents of the nourl hlnir every living '
OFFICE: State Bank Building trip: thInK; and these Include the valuable To amount ai>.Hed..f p

"We left on the 6th of July going phosphate so often lacking: In the usual Amount O I..etedh1I.In.50 : VIAA.t1antic ,
food we eat today. Ariro-Phophate I*
U, to' Tallahassee to see our governor. rich In these wonderful element. ]t Balance to be collected------ ''.C8 .lI : Coast Line

We did not find him in Tallahassee contains them In concentrated tablet : : '
.. I +Oooo oo'oo''oO''O'O'04i Corm which I. easy to take and quickly Flue A ForfeitureTo
: but found Mr. Burke, his secretary, asslmulated and absorbed Into the system amount Rsarsed-----------,14.411.$2. : Standard Railroad of the South
and from to old build
youth am Amount colle..t.------- /lSIUItI ,
,\\i M. TILLER : who certainly treated us very nicely.Mr. and: rebuilds body and brain In beautl- balance to b.. collected: __.-__ $J"1.92Jlprrlal ,
%. \\, v 'Sydney Pearce was going to see rul harmony with nature's perfect plan.That's For tickets and reservations. call on : i

Real l. Estate! Agency. I:: our governor to tell him what damage 'good solid why"flesh ArKO-I'hosphate and'mu.clcsHi.IeclAi. make Publicity .' : A.. M. SMITH. J. G. KIRKLAND

T. A., Kissimmre. D. P. A.. Tampa. '
.. .. .... .. .:: : the Osreola County Commissionersare the NOTICE natural:phosphates ArlroPho.phateeontalne whichthousands To amount a."e""d-.. $2.94121 '

bought and sold. : doing Mm by not fulfilling their t of physicians are prescrlb- Amount, collected------------:: 2.698.80 :.60..0..0.. OOO..OO. OOO. 0.O.00. . ... ,
InK dally to build up thin palej c Ior. .
be 247 91jeaeral
Houses rented. promises. Mr. Burke, the governor's. less women to give them rosy cheek, Balance to collected----- ,
red lips, and beautiful complexion. ,
Taxes paid and.Title verified secretary stated to Mrs. Wefielinovits Many cases have been reported where ( Aclioel . ... . .... . . .. . . . .. ... ... .. ... '
that the Commissioners w men have Increased their weliihl To amount asecesed----------$41,631.98 '
for non-residents. were certainly SfufMuttao 26 Amount collected., . aM.14.4'!!
pounds-with a few wvvfcs ----- --
Fire. Life and Accident In. giving Mr, Syd Pearce a dirty< deal, treatment, and any woman who desire* Fresh

surance. while between one hundred men nine- a hould well secure rounded from and her developed' druKKllt form this Balance to be collected_ ..a, ,84.49 ( ..ColdStol'agefor Meats i

< ty-nlne'wlll not spend ten thousand new drug which Is Inexpensive and Js II.b, Srbool Diet. Mo. I
Indemnity Bond. dispensed with or without a doctor's To amount .hesessed---------. 8.08'.0') .
dollars to' put up a bridge for the public prescription. If your drucirlst will not Amount colH-cted__,.,__,.!._*._ 1.>>18..11 Eggs Vegetables"Etce' .
.00000.00'.000..00.0"4< welfare, Weselino- laboratories, 10 ofrsyth St., Atlanta Balance to be clecLed..i "50.68
vits and Mr.' Syd Pearce was coming Ga., and they will send you a, two : .
40000000 tOO' 00t"00' I; weeks'. treatment: by return mall Sab ftrboel I>l.t. Me. 3 STORAGE RA.TES'ON MEATS: '
three four months .. (
before the Com
or To amount aa*..mi.<>d._......_..-_ $412(4 ,

: missioners.. Then our governor suremissioners"'to"put"the'"approach''to FLORIDA POSTMASTERS NAMED Amount collected----------.. 396.48 Storage on all Meats, 1-2 cent pound Fifteen Day 't

.. cWR1F1IN( g JI .1b.L.Q.., !lI.L! C I! !y .m:, Balance. to be collectedjj .$11.18To ;/ .,' i

t : -tne' W 'SIf fTOi '::'Jut 'Th. i"I P ". ... 1hW'ii'; .if.. 'DiafW- ..c riN.r.OC' % .r..I c::;; per.pound -." :' '

and bridge, but on account of 'county division , j3tng;* rpappointmcnU of Florida amoujtt aemed.._.._.... $154013 unnc an d.--J.' Smoking, 2c per pound.m"m""wat"" '
Staple Fancy'GROCERIES' ; Amount collected. .. .. i.<4A9< .10' .' .. .
it is too' late to force them to ?- . "
put announced L L "
postmasters .
are' 'S. :
a-- . ;: ;.: ... ; , ,-
up the approach. While on .Augustthe Kenny, Fruitland Park;; A. L. Smith; Balance to be collected$71.03. < ; r. _

I seventh that part of the county Groveland; G..D. Lan lttoll,. Hainen Dub Mrhoih Diet. No. 4 Bring us your hog, the day they are killed. We will. do

wilt be a part of another county, Mr.: City; C. C. Thulberry, Lake Wa'es; G. To amount mmcmied....-...._. .811.S0 the rest
Amount collected ............ 1.198,1.
Burke .told Mrs. Weselinovits and Mr. I. Apalachicola Eva R. ,
; Henry, ; '
Free Delivery all Parts '
Pearce to build the approach as quickly Vaughn, Century; W. H. Hoffman, Balance to be collectedfl2.56. IMMEE I I.6ooo
of the KIS ICE & COLD
City a* you can, so that it would be Dunnellon; E. J. Rouxr Fernandina; C. Sub School 01... N.. 5

ready before the To amount aaefied.. _.._i... $214, ,
rainy season begun, E. Kettle; Hastings; Besnta Bryan" :: Amount coll..ct..d-- 206.07 ....ooooo oooo.0..00o ... .oo... '

and after completing it present the Simpson, Kissimrrne' ; F. K. Gay, Balance to be collected$9.59 .. a'

bill, and it will be fully paid. Mr. Lynn Haven; E C. Lewla, Mavimina; -
W. B. Crawford Lee Jarre]Li Sub School DI.t Nek S lector, the water and the electricity (ordinance, shall upon conviction be
Pearce and Mrs. Weselinovits told Mr. J C. Alvarer! ; Starke; J. N. Willis, fined not more than $ 1.00 or Imprlson- ,
either the. water or the electricity, a*
CRAWFORD & JARRELLA17ORNEYSALAW To amount assessed-------_. 'I T.3 1 '
I I..d I In the city Jail for not more than ' ,
Burke, the governor's. secretary and .ViIIi.t'.JIi' ; Tulu Newton, Winter Garden Amount cqllected..__.-.. 1708 the case may be* may be cut off at the FIFTEEN J>'A Y8. or both at the discretion ,

the attorney general what vaiuable, CarrabeUe( optfons of the city ....without further of the Mayor. .
S. J. Giles 3. B.
; ; :
Balance to be collected....%.. $ .16 and
Read In session a first ;
Offices i 4, 5 6, and T CitizensBank and notice, and the amount of the unpaid open '
splendid straight honest It.
men are Bower, Rockledge, and d. bill or bills deducted from the depositor by unanimous consent placed upon
Hard Surface Read F. .
BuIldinyElsslmmee Mr. L. .Overstreet, and how: nice and To amount' .*.I1..ed.41.11..8Amount deposits and th. balance of the de- second reading adopted and final this passage 5th day of .'
If refunded to the user.
Florid posit.
kind they were treated by three other collected------------. : 37,706.49 In the any.event that either the wateror June A. 1.). 1117. ,
Girls Have FaceAnd F. H. LA W80N. I'
members of the Board viz Mr. John Pretty electricity Is cut off for nonpayment -
: Balance to be colected13.47149, of the bill or bills,. a charge of Attest: President. of Council.'
M. RIVERS, M. D. Overatreet, Mr. Cadell and Mr. Mach. Beautiful ComplexionAn I ".00'' will be made to cut same In J. K. GILBERT.
: Dated July 2nd,.A. D.. 1917.J again In addition tth payment of City Clerk. .
and SURGEON "When they turned us down on'our all Indebtedness to the City and Approved- this SOth day of June, 1$17..
r'T. over Osceola Pharmacy first call, then we would go and build Atlanta man makes. new discovery Clerk Circuit Court Oaceola County the above, the mentioned deposit be. or deposits . JOHN S. CADKU
as case may
that make an old face look yean Florida. Il-St -:' I iMayorSHKRIFFa ..
the ordinances of ordinance
141. approach ourselves, and it would younger. If your akin I ii dark brown I All or parts :
In herewith
conflict hereby
are re-
have been in use long ago. We started or covered with freckles or blemishes, NOTICE OF EXlcflJTOR pealed. SALE -
Just use a little Cocotone Skin Whitener (For FlulIn lMsebsrge) -
Passed In sessloa this S6th day
to' build already, but they even failedto : Its made with cocoanut oil and of June, A. 1917 by unanimous vote.F. Notice' \V. ,hereby, given that under

C. F. THRASHER support us, contrary Mr. F. Walker I.I perfectly will Improve harmles your, A look feW 100 days'use percent C..rt.I C....,. "..._. Oeee>ln H. LAWSON. and by virtue of a warrant Issued by, state of Florida.. President of Council.
SHEEJ METAL WORKER cursed out a lady who called on him in I 'The worn-out kliv come oftevenly .. .It. Kilate ef ".... MeLav.kllm. Attest the Comptroller Of)h. State of Florida ,
leavingno evidence of the
.1. K. GILBERT directed to me a.Sh.rift of' Osoe.laCounty
a friendlyway, and he wanted send treatment the new healthy und..r.klnappearnir -
Mftal Roof.
euief Clerk. .
'/ Notice I* hereby nlven. to all whomIt Florida, commanding me o
lovely new complexion.
as a
CsiaranfsvefTHONC away the men who''working on .: .-a.-- ...., that on the list day oC (.Seal) collect, by'levy and sate from the South ',
the the time the Just ak your druggist/ for an ounce October. A. D. 1917. I shall apply to Approved this 17th day of June. A, Florida and Gulf Railway Company,
I4..R KISSIMMEE.. FLA approach. At same of D. 1917. JOHN S. 'CADEL '
the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge .
of Cocotone Skin Whltener and If he the sum of Two Thousand, Two Hundred
other County Commissioners promisedand will not supply you send twenty-five aid Court a* Judge of Probate for my I '- 28-U :_____ Mayor. and Twenty Dollars and Be..t,.. "
cent The Cocotone Co, Atlanta final discharge a. J x..cutor.ol the estate the
to being
five Cents ( that
on them and deceased :NOTICE OK ELECTION: '
we were waiting of John McLaughlin ;
aa. and they will end you a box by amount State. County and Special *
DR. W. W. CARSON and that at the same time I will prevent ere
: thinking that they meant what they return of : Taxes assessed for the year
DENTIST If your hair I* hard to comb I. my final account aa Executor In compliance with the .lair in such A. D. 1916 under Section 4* of Chapter
"' ,,-" "'. said. They promised just to bold up kinky. nappy and will never tar aid rtate and ask A.rr.hmt.pproval. cases made and provided, It Is hereby 6(96 of the Laws of Florida against the '
straight, jint use Cocotone Hair DressInir Dated. April 23rd. announced and declared that an election said South Florida and Gulf RailwayCompany
Office for the time that division
Building B.
Pilley R.
<< over
't: : go I will be held at Narcoossee.Osceola .
will become straight. Ions ExecutorNetlee I have levied upon the following
I a '.' Office Hours 1-11. 1--I through and then 'they will say they* and beautiful in a> few April-8mo* ; county Florida Special Tax School described property.
Off lee 'Phon. 161 Residence 'Phone ItK day. Mall order filled Ito for largebox. District No. I. on Thursday August 21 miles of track
,, have to do with it the .f A..II...... fer Tex Deed Vm- 2nd, A. D. for the of determining
Jy,<,., das Administered for Extraction ., nothing ; so i der Sertlene 674 ... BTB. Oe.. shall purpose I Locomotives,
who serve trustee
wT. Teeth x holdup l is meant for their advantageof I '. 'S. eral .t...... .f the State of said district for two years aa next after I I Motor Combination Cars, Car, .

*. '- two' or three thousand dollars. They I I I I II I III I I I I II II III i i; I I III .f Florid. election and to fix the number of mill. 1 Depot .

O. F. KRIBBa W. J. :5TBMI have damaged the taxpayers eight or I Notice I* hereby given that B. O, of district annually school tax for to the be levied said two andcollected All All Tools belonging and Four to and Camp owned Cars by the

KRIBBS & STEED 1' LegalAdvertisements Merrill purchaser of Tax Certificate yea*. South Florida and Gull Railway Com ,. '
ten thousand dollars. Where the '
No: 1000 and 100t-dat..d the 6th d.yo The following were appointed to act In the County of Osceola and
ATTORNEYS: AT LAW justice and right t Has Osceola coun- I I I ( July. A. D. 1916. has pled said certlflcate at said elections' State pany.. of Florida and I Will\ on the 6th
In my office and Tins made application C. W. Bruns, J. B. TIndAll and K' n of A. D. 1917 the being .
Legal business. of all kinds Elves ty justice and right anywhere? We I for Tax Deed to issue In'accordance AAant Inspector; and W. F.. Hill, day the August first Monday and,the Rule same Day

prompt attention. were ,going to see it seven or eight 111151111 I I I Pills 1iiItIiI-s I Said certificate to law. embrace the follow. Clerk Done by order of the Board of Public of the outcry said between month, offer the for legal wale hours at public of

' Office 11 and 11 State Bank Bid*. .. times, but we cannot locate it In Kis- InK described lands, lying and being Instruction of Osceola County, sale, .at the'Depot, owned by the South
NOTICK. FOR BIDS State of of June D 1917.
Klaslmmee-Florida.$ situate In Oxceola county. Florida this A. Florida and Gulf at 'I
Railway Company:
simmee, so we were compelled to go to Florida towlt: Lot number Seventeen W. C. Chairman; Prairie Hid(re. Osceola County Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that the Council (17) of Block Three Hundred Four Attest: aforesaid
Tallahassee. Sure we find our redemption. will meet on August 16th, 1&17. at'' (104). and Lot number Twenty (lG) .of C. 10;. OWELL.Superintendent., sell the the same mentioned to the highest property and beat and
a. P. Oarreti
Pat Johnaton
We find there too that our gov. 7.SO p. m, to receive bid for fuel (con i Block Three Hundred Four 304) of- : 28-6t bidder for cash to collect above taxes
tract running for one year) for Water St. Cloud. Florida. and the and of this
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW ernment will not stand for any crook & LIght Plant. The aM land being assessed In the IV THE CIIICI'IT COVET: "E'ENT1lJVIICIAL. ... cost expenses L. H. INORAM.saIl
ed deal. A Bufflclent bond will be required for. name of B. I.. Darting and ,V. A Jack- C'IHCt:... IV' ANSI ...OltU8'EOLA A* Sheriff of Osceola County, Florida.
Issuance of said certificate -
'j faithful performance of contract linn at the date of
""Mrs. Weselinovits and Mr. SYdPearce 'The Council reserves. the right to reJect *. unlesS Said certificate shall -' .
Offices 10 11 and 12 Citizens Ban d..dwill -
or.all nlda. be redeemed according to law tax .
Building visited Mrs.. Catts, our' gover- For any further Information- see Dr. "". issue thereon on the 18th day of A _\ OK HONIISSe'riai'Itesd NOTICE. OK AlnIlNI"TRATOR-FOR

Klsslmmeo. Fla nor's wife and spent a lovely time W. Car.on. chairman of Water & Light AuR-unt A. D 1911. FI.VAI ..DIIICIlAItGE'....
.t Committee*. Witness my hand and official seal ';'.Ilrldve. District >To. 3. .-
: with her. Mrs. Catts gave us the gov This 26th day of,July. A. n 1917. this the llth day of .Tuly A. 0. 1917. Osce.ia tountr, Florida, t.*. the .. Court .1 C..r Judas State .f'
J. A. TUOVILLION. M. D. I I-3t J.:R. GILBERT, Clerk. (Real) 0 J. I. OVEIUITREET.CI..rk "'...Id..
eclal Attention to ernor's address tnd wa telegraphed to Circuit Cpurt Oaceola County, Stale of Florida.'
1. 10-It '
CANCEIf. GOITRE TUMORS and. him. Mrs; Catts also presented to usher !'oUTleFOR APPLICATION Soil Florida. J\JTI"J: TO 8IIO\V CALAIS' In lie. Estate of Prlwllla ItaM, Oseee>i*>

.1 DISEASES OF THE SKIN. soldier boy who is goingto A.ORDINANCE Ceenty.Notice ". '
youngest '

S Orlando to11a.nt Office-Boardman. Building, Long Island and will meet Mrs. AND 875' .JK>KHAL !STATUTES OF A1. f ORDINANCE-]' RKLATINO TO To the rial Taxpayers Hoad and Bridge And .Cltlcens District. of Number Spe- .1" herebyigiven; 1; to all whomIt

" THIS 8TATH\ FLOItll THE UHK WATNlioANl' LIOHTH 1, Oaceola County, FloridaYou : may concern that on the lt day of \
will :
' and later
Winter Park O.fflce-2 to 4 and 6 Weselinovits's son there
; IN THI CITY OF Kl to 8 m. sepl Cmo pd We had nice ride REGULATING THPAYIIFNT' are hereby notified and required Honorable T. Murphy\ Judge of said \\I.
I 1 p. go to France a by NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN, that ft. ANP> AND PROVIIHNO to show cause It any you have, before court aa Judge of Probate, for mv final Jdischarge

, automobile through the eountry and i! W. Thoma purrhaer o6laJatdrt; : THK TIH5RKFOR.MRTHOD8 OF FtlRNIKHINO bin honor. James W. Perkins at'his of. as Administrator of the e- .
cates No*. h49. J60 and the5th flee In DfLand. Florida, on August 7th' .. '
tAte Of PrlBCllla Ba deceased and
had time in Tal- of July A. 1) 1916 has filed I SUCH WATER ANI LIGHTS ,, thei.onds ;
certainly a splendid day 1017 at 10.60' o'clock a m why
that at the time to
LEWIS O'BRYAITATTORNEYATLAW aid certificate In mr office and has. TVJ THR CITIZENS!: ANI) FOR THKCOLLECTION : In the above mentioned action same clu"\I;\ present
. lahassee. We visited the young; lad- made application for tax deed to Untie' OF WATER A.NULIGHT should not be. validated. and confirmed aid court my final as Administrator "
of said estate, and ak fortheir '
: ies' school, which is a very successful In accordance to law. Maid certincateflembrace BILLS. I' ac ordln... to the Ktatutes In such case approval.Dated .
the following land. lying and made and'pr..v Id..d. i
1 intend to send Be It ordained by the Council of the January 31st. A. I). Ill?.
institute and we our belncr situate In Oiceola County. Stateof JOHN L. OVEHSTREET
- Waring Building. Florida, to-wlt. % City of Klsslrfimee: I Il-St Clerk of Said Court.KOTK.K .OSCAR BASS.
7 there Our nicest : and including 1-1 tern Administrator.
larger girls study- NorS49r Lot 1-and IrBlo"k-A.-1oteL That beginning upon ,
__ __ _
nefi. r.d"Y-l>r-.fu Iy-k-'I Jr-.J 91-all lv- UXUCUTOH\ .., '
time we spent was with our governor's Site.No.. 360. Lot. 1 and S, Block B, Hotel water and light' furnished to the cltl- -uroTirn OFAOMHIISTBATOHFer
lovely wife and son in their home and Site sens of Klsslmmee, whether Individuals ( Final DUebsra:*)
In Court ef Conaty Jsdg.: OseeolnCeanty
firm or corporations shall bepaid -
No. ilL Lot R, Block B. Hotel Site. ,
' 1 FOR r FREIXJTRooms with Mr Burke, the governor's secretary -. All beingin Kllmmee Park. for according to the amount used Stale ef Florida !. C.mrt ef Commtr JsidsTOtv
... such amount to b. ascertained b%* State ef Florida
In the ,
at the capitol. Mr. Catts, our' The laid land. being assessed
unfurnished' and furnished name of W. A. Brown.. W. A. Brown means of water and light meters and I. r* Estate of "..!" W. Tkesspsosi
Houses unfurnished and furnished. governor, bought: some land around and M. J, Deardorf.respectively, at the at the following rates: !. re Jr...... .1 PhilIp MehfOseeeJsi
' Also city properties, farms citrus time of the issuance of aid certificate A flat rate of ten cents (010) per Notice I. lI..r..hY'II'lven to all whomIt Ce>emty
Dkeechobee and will come down to see thousand (1000) gallons for all waterused.
trucking and grazing lands fer sale. Irrespective df the amount used may concern. that on the llth day of Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt
Unless ald certificate shall be re.deemed
it bringing Mrs. Catts with him. They of December A. D 1917 I shall apply to'
with a minimum charge fifty centsto may that on theXTth day of
according to law tax deed will conc..rnL
: THE[ [ELITE REALTY[ PARLORMRS. will come and see our iron bridge over ust.Issue A.thereon D 1917.:on the SOth day of Aug monthly.A( .BO) per. month meters to be read the said Honorable Court. as Judge T M. of Murphy\ Probate Judge, for my of I the September Honorable A. P.T. 1111.1 M. Murphy.shall Judge,apply of to

the Kissimmeo River. Mrs: Weselino Witness hand and official seal at deposit of Two Dollar and a Halt final discharge as Executor of the estate said Court as Judge of Probate, for

SUMMERS, Manager. vita and family and Mr. Syd Pearce Klaalmmee of my City.A. Florida 1917. thin the 19th water(ft 50) before will be same required'will of be all furnished flier of and t"t.fatJ at the W same Thompson time I deceased will present -; my the final estate discharge of Philip a. Mohr Administrator deceased of;
day July
207 Bass St., cor. Brack, KUuimmee and family are looking forward with .D.T. U OVER8TRKET, which deposit will be refunded to such said estate my final and accounts ask for as their Executor approval.of and that at the same time I wIll' present .

' Two blocks north of Christian church. the 'visit of Clerk Circuit Court, Osceola County. user uponAhe. discontinuance of the Dated June llth. A. D. 1917. to said Court my final account a. I
great pleasure to our governor State of Florida. watfcr l ss such amount a* may be due EDGAR D. HOOAN. Administrator of said estate, and ask
and his wife in our surround- (Seal) by S. H. BULLOCK. D. Q. tho city for water. All meter to be put 16-lmo Executor. for their approval. .q
and to be
of the
In at the expense City Dated March 6th, t
ings." owned by the City. \ A. B.""T ROUGHT.
( A flat rate of eight cent (10.08) per OHUINAItCKBe
NOTIt'-F2 Of APPtlCATIOKT FOR TAX 11-le-m Administrator.
J. W. THOMPSON DEED KRfXIOW ST4 AND K. W. for all electric current used for
ADVERTISED LETTERS B>T6, GENERAL MTATVTBS OK TilE lights or other purposes larlrl: a minimum Ait Or.I...... .. .....1... the 1'.rehese NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR
STATEOF FLORIDA. charge of One ) per sad 8al. .1 Juak,. -

f Funeral Director Fol1owtng1. :the-list of uncalled for, NOTICK, !I. hereby-given. that F. A. Motor.rate month.or may meters at the be rate to operated be of<<"read.11 at per th.monthly.HorsePower above. ordained -by the) Klialm. I. C..rt.t State .5

at Babb. purchaser of Tax Certificate No. -'
letters wmaininginJhpostofnce month at the option of the
lit. dated the 5th day of July A. n. per That no person or persons under the ...._ O-mla
: 'p AND the two weeks&nfXignst user. age of twenty-one shall engage In the. 1. is Estate! .f D.Ia 0.
KIssimu.IotIfoT 1111. has filed said certificate In my office
will .
A deposit of Ten Dollars ($10 00) business of buying and selling old rubber c..t7
J 6th 1917: and baa mad. application to law.for Tax b* required of all users of electricity rope bottles, wire, steel brass, tin, -
Uue In accordance
LICENSED ? J to the follow before same will be furnished which or other metal of any nature or description .Notice Is hereby rlvnt to all wbem
LMBMRr Mrs0.: Hobart Brisco Sye Said Certificate embrace
Mr. and that the tfttsi day ef
lying and beingsituated deposit will be refunded to such user whatsoever known under the It may concern on
Insr de rlked lnds
'Mrs. 'Amanda. Carson Mrs. State. of upon the discontinuance of the electric frenetic name of JUNK and until ha orthey December A. D. 1111.1 shall apply tthvHonorable
In OMeoIa County
Canon! of Lotto current, less such amount aS may be have first obtained a license from T. K.p"Y.: .J.... eC
Stor and ChstpeT;;:;Stewart AT*. Nettle Diamond, Minn). Harris, Mrs., Florida run , Benr., W. UK.140. ,.d..J' N. 140siLE. due the City for electricity. All metersto the City Clerk.Wb.n..r said Court as /Judfe of Probate foe
Uel.d" be Installed and owned by the city, the above! mentioned articles my final discharge a* Administratrix;
Mrs., Q. W. Bee. 11. Tp. 1( &. Rar.
.-1 -m.: ........ p2*. OU* Knoll, Ketch A: U-: or acquired by the city If. already lasts. .. or other form of.Junk Is offered of the estate of Delta Graham. deceased
King Ja*. I Ufld5I,.. MU, Mary The saId\> "land belnr assessed In the II00. .fAll for sale In the City of fCleslmmee theprospective : and that at the same time I will
Seal ,' .
bills for both wat.r and electricity purchaser must notify the present to said Court my accounts
of Uuanee
.' .. .flt' 'hit .....SsK PalSCT n. .... Porter; Constantines Teliveros,;#r..' B. ham.. ef of F.said A. the unless date said arc payable monthly and if ,same City Marshal and have same Inspected a. Administratrix of said'estate Mel

....... .. \ta sq .k sad Iszatrn.sct.1.AZA-. eertlncate shall be redeemed aoeordlnsr ar. not paid In fall within ten days by 4s>. City Marshal If.tbe source from ask: for their apPI'O..aLDat" '
4 T1v*a&OliIo QV1Jt.IJI. bstter t>asi ordlsary Wolf. 'to law. tax deed will l*.ue thereon on after the presentation of such bill or which said articles. came, be unknownto .J.... 1th' A. D. KIT.JACstlB .
.*4 4us. ....._ _.__T_ B. B. SIMPSON. 17th of Au nt. A. D. 1)11. within t.n days after such bill or bIll. said purchaser AWN OB1'
1vfg .. -.L _..... 004l"U _.... Postmaster. the Witness day my hand< and offlclal seal are. mailed by the water and UtrM col-, .Any person or person. violating this, Ks' -.... _ 44asiatrttrl' *.. ,

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*** THE KiSSIMMEE, 'VALLEY gAlETTE. FRIDAY,__JULY 27, 1917 -,_ .

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.'I'I'IOI'IOIOI'I'IOIO, OIOIOIOIOI" I'IOIOI'IOI'I'IO RED CROSS NEEDS OLD CONTRACT FOR 'cAMPBELLSCHOOLHOUSE ter In proper shape, would be glad to should all of the bid. appear to be" ;'

I ((1 AWARDED ,confef with you and take it up with too high in carrying: the work or upon

Notes :; the Board of'County Commissioners.. a,force account basis The detail for
; the
.: At a meeting of county school Yours truly, the handling: of the convict, labor can

board Saturday at Supt. Yowsll's 'offjce C. A. CARSON worked. out) at a later date, but I

(Mr.,. E. E. Well, Editor.)' % Actual work of the Red Cross chapter sealed bids for the construction believe that you will be safe in a*. i'M-
Tallahassee 14 1917. '
of schoolhouses In three country dls turning: that your convict labor can te
at Klsslmmee has been greatly: delayed Hon. Carson) Klssfmmee
C. A .Fla.
made all the Valley Gazette to tend items, tricts were. opened. used on' the proposed work on'the;; .
Request b to patron and the classes in surgical! Dear Sir: Mr. Ed. Scott, chairmanof t
basis of One Dollar 'and Fifty Cents
'The buildingat Campbell. Stationwas a
.*f Society Event \9\ tie E.litorfor publication ia these colnm*. dressing the which have been postponed until ,awarded to Arnold &: MacDonough the State: Road Department, advises day for each man employed.
nurss the members decided
me that Osceola county wishesto '
I'' ', t on a bid of $1,100 Mr. Mac Yours respectfully
..OIO..IUOlGlOUU.uu ''O"'O'O'O'O. .o. upon could fulfill the requirements. avail herself of the help of the Federal ' WM. F. COCKE
-Donough who ,
represented ,the
,. '' .UOOUO'OHo UUOO. r .. *<'<> ... .... . . ...... Mis Lula Mae Eyre of Orlando lia,.' stated that he expected to have the aid fund to the amount of $20.000 Commissioner. ;
+ ai I + T.-7' oQ; been secured to fill this. importonji-ljo-> groundl1ln" in conectlon with the proposed Improvement - .

i O INTERESTING MEETING ,4 4 VISITING GIRLS HONORED 4 I sitlon. Her registration as .a i Red material on the a couple of the road between Kissimmee 1VOTM-M Of APPLICATION. FOR TAX:- i t
444aPfb44aa8044a444 of weeks: and that'the work would be DEED ..NI>KH MRrTION 574 A MORTH.
sent national
<- Cross nurse was to tjie' and Lough than. UKNKHAI. NTATUTK9 OF TRIO
ooooooooeJaQ : O OOCOOO. Y44444444 headquarters for acceptance'. An out commenced\ at once. As probably know certain- for 8TATK OK FLORIDA
you r.
The member.of the missionary so, Miss, Cecil Rice of Tampa and Miss fit made by her called a "kit." was. for The the board building disapproved to be erected of the at plans Lo- malities have to be gone through with NOTICE: !.' hereby given that FJ T.

: of the Presbyterian Church held sent for 'inspection after' which she. before this work be accepted rts a HOPKINS. purchaser of Tax Certificates
clety Brunhilde Wlchtendahl of Gotha were cosee end Kenansville, and requested No, 8X8 and 820 dotted the 6th
t the regular meeting at the pretty, honor guests at a jolly dancing party will receive authorization to instruct Architect Federal aid project, and the Federal day of July A, I). IBIg. has flied mid
; MacDonough to submit
certificate In office and has madeappllcstlon
1 .: home-of Miss Lossie Lathropc, In given by.Mr. and Mrs<,< H. Wichtcndahl theso/classes. It is thought by other plans at the regular meeting 01 aid made available, and the State for my Tax Deed to. l Issue In
tho' first; ref August 'detail will accordance to law
West Kissimmee Wednesday after. every Road'Department is charged with the
at the 'GrayBtpne' Hotel August 6th.'This MacDonough agreedto Said Certlflrate.embrace the follow.Ing .
noon;by special .I invitation.Mrs. . night be lnrendiness for work. do. task of preparing the project statement I doncrlbed land lyingand belnir *lt-

W: B. Witherspoort, president<< Victrola numbers alternated by Jit Is hoped that every lady who is to be submitted to the secretaryof Ida.uate to-In..Onceola It:: County.. .State__ of_Plor-.

of the society conducted the devotional -, interested andcan, arrange her duties agriculture >t.. IS and tof HIorK HO. Ht. Cloud .
piano selections, skillfully rendered by OSCEOLA COUNTY CATTLE and Lots 16 and Iof Hlock so. St.
t'f' exercise followed by the bus I. Mrs. C: B. Elam and Mrs. G. M. to'conform with the instruction hour would be glad if'you will advise me Cloud. The said lands being asbessed fIn
will join these classes. Young ladies the name of H. R. Tlltonand J. K. .L'
ness meeting! Shearouse, provided a. delightful as 'to the present status of your proposed Hone at the date qf lanuance of *atdcertificate

l' The study for the afternon was' an dancing program and tables'of 'Five over sixteen years" of age are also Robert H. Gray Leesburg Va., work, also as to whether ,your shall be redeemed.*, unless according said. certificate. to .law.Tax 4.'

'Interesting program cf extracts from Hundred were arranged fbr! those who urged to join:, Mrs. B. B. ,Simpson and George A. Hartman 'and his bonds have been sold; also as to Deed .will Issue thereon on the
chairman of the educational depart.'' 27th day of August, A. I). 1D1T..Wltnecii .
the foreign missionary magazine. enjoy this popular game brother .Guy L Hartman, of Jacksonville whether a survey has ever been made my hand and. official deal qi

These were read by Mrs J. W. Miller Punch was served throughout the mont: ; will enroll the members. are here this wackMn the interests of.the road from Kissimmoe to Lough- this, tho.. S6thvVlay" J. IVOVEHSTBEKT.of July A. U. :1017.

Mrs T. Moseley, Mrs: W. M. Sklnner '' evening; The course includes eight I lessons'ofthree of the Georgia Land &: Live man., Clerk Circuit 'Court.. Uaceola County. a

' '. Miss Lossie ..Lathrope and Mrs.' : Attending the party were:: Misses hours 'ea h. and $1 from each I Stock Company of Georgia. Awaiting; your reply I am, (Circuit Florida.Court Seal!) SS-Bt
member will cover the total cost of the "
Witherspon.<<; Cecil Rice, Brunhildo Wkhtcndahl, This company; has recently purchased Yours very truly '

';' During the social hour the )hostess Lucy/Luprer, M \mie Pilley Corrie lessons. A morning and an afternoon several thousand head of cattle WM. F, COCKED; CITATION. OF ADMINISTRATION
I served a delicious ice course and (iced Cannon Margarot'Lee, Amy, Jo and session will be arranged, if possible, from Roll, Bass and they are making Commissioner. .. Court .f Ceealr Jeda.. 0..1. '
.tea.r ., for the convenience .of those taking ,- 1.....,. seat. .f Flen ds. ,l lFeat.
, Dot, Makinson Evelyn Elam, ClaribelMcGhec arrangements'\ to dip five hundred head -
r ) Those in attendance were! Mrs. Messrs. Edgar and Frank part in this. important patriotic aerv- and ship them to Warsaw Ga. The July. 19, 1917 ... .f n..I.1 Ru.lw.ed. ,

James Caldwell Mrs. 'T. R. Moseley; i loe. Mr. Wm. F. Cocks, Tallahassee, Fla.. .
Bryan Joe Sears, John Lee Dick Bullock '"' dipping will be done at Gum Slough i'
.Waiter The chapter will need l \ Dear .Sirr: Replying' to favor RTTHH: JUnOFJ OF SAID COURT'
: Pi; your
Mrs W
Mrs the -
W.M'Sklnnerl Gilbert How- on prairie.:
Bert Wells, Prator ___ __., fOwW-:
J . *, Mrs. Campbell Mrs. J..W. Miller lIdJde. ssldelaadimeoeRoberaou 4.JlJ.tWj. qUaQSl\ties ., ? WI: pin1 l7fli; 'w"ifi11": ';;11.-aJT see piledlx to thia court for I.ettera ''of Ad''
1 } bj'lal pa ministration the estate of r>anl tKmtwocHl.
"" f'!Jt'"Tf'/.Jr.WItWlU1i&' bll1KIp141rSy"! Raymond Bcarden Ludolph 1 cases, and old Turkish $20,000 STATE AID SECURED you on the' morning of.ithe:.2J5th; and deceased, late of ..aid- Countyof .

. ''nandy". . ....: -. '.' , .,... r;: :. .Wic1lssi irbl'Mra.Neiho-Retiei; : rot.1iI 1':1 les who-will; contrjbutcr these articles FOR THE "MISSING(; LINK" will try to have the Commissioners, THESE I ; aro requested to send them to tho Jed from the two districts involved pres. and admonish all and singular the'kindred ,
and Mrs. G. M. Shearouse, Jr., Mr. l'I '
and creditor of said deceased to
Cross headquarters in the: Casino (Continued from;:; Pap-e One ent at the meeting. he and before this Court on' i
: :.f: Mrs. Harry Hudson Mrs. C. B. Elam I )) appear nr r
:;= : building next Wednesday morning. 'and Yours truly before the (let day of Auruat A. :
i'.L and'son, Howard.aA444444aM4. way, from Kissimmee through; >17, and Sic ot>)..ctloh*. Ifany theyhave
, HOSTESS I I Another difficult Jine of. activity of St. Cloud to Melbourne is a tributaryof I C., A. CARSON. to the granting nf letter.. of Ad. .
: ..:.."lIon on ald estate otherwl '
.. O 00 -}: :-''"' .I the Red Cross work will be s.pplyingreading I the Dixie Highway. This bids fair - the same will be granted to said A. K.iJrf'UKht ,'
,, 444444, oH+: 44 matter for tho Un. or to some other fit or 4
Yi'];'' 00 a .soldiers. to be one of the most popular drivesin Tallahassee 'July 17 1917. |)..r........ person "I

Mrs. M. D; Alexander was a charm. -> SOCIAL MEETING SEDGWICK cle Sam has arranged to carry magazines the state of Florida and ought. by Hon. C. A. Carson, Kissimmee Fla. 1TNF.SH m)'. nnme a* County Judge M

l T I 'Sng hostess Wednesday afternoon, entertaining .< CI RCLE' 4a' to foreign fields 'for one cent i all means to be encouraged.; Dear Sir:. I beg to acknowledge receipt day of the of July I'mnitv, A. It.afuroHtild 151'I. .'. thl the 27th i

, Eastern, a each Every home receives numbers I of your letter of the 16th ins, T. 1.!. MURPHV..
of the
the members Yours
J. I j +'+. :+H++.-:.)+-:++.>><+:o.. of truly would (Seal!)) County Judire.Wanted j
l 'Star ,at their social meeting. The I magazines which would be a source I C. A. CARSON. and,'if not inconvenient to you I U-5t
of- great pleasure if they were for- suggest that I come to Kissimmee on 1 !
-i\ ladles assembled at Mrs. Alexander'spretty : The General Sedgwick Circle. Lad I I
north of the warded ot our boys abroad. The local Tallahassee 10 the morning of Wednesday,, the 25th 1'.l
country home Just July 1917.
ies of the G A. R., held a well I! attended ,
';3v" ,city, limits, and enjoyed the after- meeting1- their hall in too Ca chapter are asking that these publications Senator C. i A. Carson, Kissimmee nst.." _for the purpose of discussingthe 3000 Men

r noon with social, conversation and"pretty sino Building Wednesday afternoon. ; be collected and brought to head Florida.' co-operation of the State Road 1

:' work. quarters; If necessary the chapter'sfund Deaf Senator Carson I do Department in the construction of the or more, lirhorers and carpenters for
fancy The afternoon was (the.occasion of : not understand work In constructing Uovernment'
if Jean Thomas assisted in serving will provide the postage.H why I did not receive IClssimmee-Loughman road. Cantonment near Columbia. A, C.Qunrt..r. .
,n: Miss their regular social meeting and the your for boarding and le.plntC'hI.n
a refreshing ice course., time 'war very pleasantly spent in Jacksonville, as I sent to the Kindly advise me if the above date right 0'"' the itrounclii. Ho n't .
. M. Swearingcn who has employment *- wait to write but come. Plenty' of
would be convenient to and also
Those attending Included; Mrs. N. reading cards and letters from absent postoffioe especially for your letter you work for everybody And rood w (ten.H .

" .J'tf. 'C. Bryan Mrs. P. K. Weaver? Mrs. J. members. Miss Lenore'Van'Duzer at Kissimmee, spent the Week having been advised by Mr. M. M. as1 to whether, you could arrange for train. patriotic the boyi and before"do your biLe Ll. 1
end herewith his wife and children. they're cent to
1 Mis Mrs. H. W Smith that the County Commissioner in your district the front. Take for railroad
I* Overtreet. Hay, gave several readings, which were especially youwould,,: write me there. receipt
Ft. Meade Leader. fare which will refund
b' Dolce Miss Frances Bay Mrs. G. F. Mr. M. M. Smith forwarded let- to meet me at that time. we you
[ ; entertaining. At the close of your after you .have worked a week.HARDAWAY'CONTRACTING. ,

t Th'omason, Mrs. W, '5..Sanderson; her the hour, iced tea. and cakes were 'oO+OOtOO OHH..o ter to via at Arcadia, and I was very Yours very truly CO. .

,,',' mother, Mrs. Ransom; Mrs: B. E. served. 000 4 much interested in its contents. WM.\ F. COCKE, !.

', +1.t: llailcy: Mrs.:.U. N, Bratton, Miss About twenty members were pres. 4 FOR" SUNDAY SCHOOL( CLASS < Perhaps you will remember that Commissioner. Columbia, S. C.

t' i Uratfon, Mrs. J, W, Evans Mrs. Nlna'i ent. o O44444444'6S' some time since I made a special tripto

11\ .. Reed.. M..... Jim.. Wondall.. Mr: V.,. .- ......,....-.r.v' Kissimme.3 to take up with the Kissimmee Fla., July 25th, 1917. ;;
----, -- ----- n
il. Cbyshlre and'Mis'Jean Thomas... Mrs. T. R. Moseley gave' her Sun Board the proposition from jour de To'the Honorable Chairman and Boardof HOTEL DUVAL '

', Mrs N. G;:,Bryan'will be hostess for a 4 day school classof; ,the Presbyterian ment to participate In the constructionof County Commissioners. Kis JACKSONVILLEOpposite .,

i, 'the next meeting two weeks hence. f 4 ENTERTAINED AT' CARDS 4o Church known as the A, A. A.:, an this missing 'link. At that 'time, simmee Florida. poBtofflce. hot and cold "

J 00 outing Tuesday at Lake Con way.' They however, this Board did not,think it Gentlemen:. The State Road 'De- ...water
a ... ...O .. .Ot. O motored to that popular spot 'for a necessary as they had planned to partment at a meeting held in Lake room* same without roam hath.$1.50 Hi; with two bath perfton .J.,

swim in the lake! and a picnic supper. build this link with brick from City, on the 11th irtst., authorized me 11.50. and, two persons same room
I '
:: Mrs,., C, F. .Burrows entertained In. "":: your .
, Thousand $2. W. S. JONES pear.Y
PILLAU AT OLIVER'S ISLAND .. to tender ,you'.Twenty ,iDoKJ
\, local plaint/we.'dld: not press ths'matiHI ;
rk I formally/ atlcardstSaturday{/ \ (nightfinhonor"1ofMr ,/! .. JOHNSON-McCULLOUGH !r + th'e ald i; :
I. w:;ti t0 u* "ijya % { : ., tel' : *J? A !Feder l :|fund to'p be .,
( and Alex Reinington II
...O..t..t..oOo..ttH. :Smith '" have dllcusse the matter F with isgdTnconecti6nTwithJyou bond J 14 ."" ,,".r,>.',",, ,..,:. .' ,._....., .f',
The "
''set ,
enjoyedmerryw j
young i : 'f' Miss Betty McCullough 01 Klssim MrjCocke, the road commission sue voted for the improvement the f. .
launch ride Thursday"night and"achicken ; me"'made candies were served I .
mee and Eino Johnson of road between Kissimmee and Lough- ,
Tampa were er, from your point of view and we 1
the Q I
pillau at ,Oliver's Island. The throughout evening.
married at the office of Judge T. M. convinced .
are that t would be Impracticable >
,, girls'made tempting sandwiches and J j The guests were: Mr. and Mrs man.The
i terms under which the above ,1.t
Murphy, Tuesday afternoon.The at this time with
the boy provided watermelon and | Remington-Smith, Mr. and Mrs. ti. W. so many c'-n; t
bride has recently moved \here missing links all over the state to fill Twenty Thousand Dollars be used .
peaches for the Several i! Newhouse, Miss Eleanor Kenton and
spread. member
j 1 with her parents from Tampa andis in, to do so much for one section. You are set forth In the enclosed pamphlet cGCAQgti
s. of the R. M. Plant.
t band joined'the party at I I the Federal aid"act and 1
popular with the young set. Mr. will realize that while the law ulti- containing / t
'the close' of, the regular practice'and j I I Johnson is connected with the autq- Road the rules and regulations issued by the t'.,
serenaded crowd with 044fiMi D4s'-t--0".>444'>< }fi4Mr44 mately contemplates the Department .

"'Trombone Smear"tlJolly and other classic I4,j J) 4 mobile business in Tampa to take over and construct this secretary of agriculture for the ad.. ,I.

I' LAUNCH RIDE 4Y4444 line outright, it is implied in that law ministration of same.
selections. In Mr.
'" theparty wero. and : < \ "'- 000 Judge T. M. Murphy was busy the that we shall have discretion to first you will note from the rules and
G i
Mrs. M. Shearouse Jr., Misses : .
Jo '; >: -:r44 early part of the week tying hymeneal make the counties aid in filling in regulations as issued by the secretaryof
Amy Dot Muklnson Grace
I. ,
r ]l'r !I knots. On Monday Walter Sylvester those sections upon which nothing has agriculture that the State Road
and Ethel Gilbert: 'Maurine ,I
On Thursday evening of
a- party
o- ', and Jeanette Sylvester appeared been t done thereby makin..',the counties Department is charged with the 'su .
.Kathleen Beardcn i
Claribel KcGhee
: the set enjoyed launch ride
younger before him, asking that he reunite somewhat even'up with the coun- pervasion of any work on which the
'I Corrle Cannon, Cecil Rice, Margaret'Lee ; on Lake Tohopekaliga going over to them in the bonds of matrimony. Mrs. 1' ties which hav alreaily constructed. Federal aid is used. This will mean Down On The a.
/ Messrs.\ Dick and Nod Bullock, Paradise Island and returning. In the '
; : that the Stato Road -Department will "
Sylvester procured a divorce some great sections of thishighway in a Beach
:; Ralph and Raymond, Bsarden, Roy]I party were: Misses Claribel\) McGehce j I furnish an engineer to supervise this **" ,1:j
time ago on the grounds of cruelty substantial manner. By adopting
t Young .Roy Graves, Roy/ Trentis; of Macon Ga.} Amy Jo and Dot y
; which Mr. Sylvester stated was false this plan we will be able to fill! in prac work free of any cost to your Board sun, wind and water are good for .
,f Ralph Turner Rbscoe Roberson Bert Makinson, Cecil Rice of Tampa, and 1 the but hard the skin.
I so the judge consented to reunite the tically all, of the missing links In the such that the plans and specifications body, on
1 Wells Prator Gilbert, Walter Bass C. Bettie McCullon of Tampa Messrs. cold a
; Our talcum cream
nem' will also be furnished powder
state aid '
couple Tuesday, George W. of system and /make our
d. H. Summers, Edgar, and Frank Bryan Dick Bullock, Roscoe Roberson; How- and '
According the Federal act special soaps will largely ,1
:Tampa and Irs. Alma Woods of Kissimmee state travelable at all seasons of the :
X Sheldon Johnson and Herbert Wich- ard Waddick, Prator Gilbert Willis prevent sunburn trouble and will
'ye and the state law by the last :,
married. it is
i; Miss" Brunhilda were Both: couples:: r. Then our intention to start I
''r and tendahl Nat Wichte'ndahl' j Button, Edgar Bryan, Roy Prentis will live in KissimmeeF ( In to complete the trunk roads to the legislature, the State Road Depart surely relieve it. Don't go away t

: Carson. and Herbert Wlchtondahl. ment will be required to participate in for even a single day,Without these

I 1' .., --- ------ _,__ ___L____._ _____. -. - -. - - .. -- proper width as the law indicates.. : toilet \
--.------ maintenance of the proposed roadto requisites. To. have them it
.., . We will meet in Lake City Wednesday
,- of at least Fifty ((5Q%) means. sure comfort for burning
. II the llth,"and at that time I shall the extent
I I take 'up the matter with the' Department Per cent. I Will\ recommend to the skin. ?

. ,-and .M r; Cockewill be-authorize<< State-Road Department.that- -in -assuming .
' '. '', I -- the maintenance of the proposed .11.11Otis
3i to make you a definite proposition

1I .: \. :,;;., : in regard!! to this work. However I do road that they also include upon Palace Drug Store

!Ii \' 4t jjWl'\I'!' ,. , .\ I I'I' not see how the Department at this the same terms the brick road already

", "r'y')'" The .. ,., : ,..' constructed in Osceola' county between ,11
I .\ I time could assist in the construction. Stevens, f4rr- ,
;,vlii, : I' ; Kissimmee and Orlando
.", '. to more than about $20,000. > '
'r;'.. ; Yours I will ask you? Board to take this .ii''
.....:. ,, relpectluUy.ED / :
.. : into consideration and advise
.. .I SCOTT, Chairman. matter :A rl
'. the State Road Department at
.... your '
July 1, 1917.. earliest convenience as to your wishesin
Hon. W. F. Cocke, Tallahassee,Fla. this matter as it'will' take approximately

c of. its' depositors is on'e' of the chief,. assets of any Financial .'Institution.' < Dear Sir: Replying to your favorof three week to make the' survey WantedCar "t.

.. t July 14th, beg to say that"on June and approximate estimate which *
16th bond carried about 8 1 for will have be submitted to the Department :
by to to
\ r The most conservative depositors have full confidence in the stability of Old Irons
,' money with which to build or to aid in of Agriculture at Washington I

1 t and the liberal policy of this institution. I building the Klssimnvee-Loughman before the Board can be advised
road. The bonds have not been sold forbid*. x .

but.a* .quickly a* thelaw, will'permit I understand that Osceola county 1 snow Will buy all kinds: of

zX t i When; you deposit your money here you, can have, absolute cone -: the court will be asked to validate the maintaining a convict force, andI Iron
.. .. ".. , l Old .and Steel, delivered t
fidence in its because Insure all :: bonds;. 'then they will. be offered for think ft'a I probable that this force
safety deposits '
we ; i -
.:, : ,
t 4 r, !l'; . ale. could be used on the proposed work at our. store. '
'J .
-,-, ... I do :not know that a survey ha* ia connection. with a contract_ or .
: 'T1'ra, : been" made of the roa4 in 'quea ion. Or fort' ton 1ots, we will ;
/ ""c I' . "" :' '''','
Would it be possible for your department What is LAX-FOS -
: -: :' and :i
; buy haul
.., .........nici.tca : .: r". '; to make this *urv y f The plan ux-ros is M __YEll CASCAJUA.Digestive same
)' <: t' CITIZENS' BANK provide for construction l 'of a'16- Liquid Laxative Cathartic '
.' ,""r.. l : I foot road'* part ,of th ''way.',and,,.a and Uvter Tonic.; Contain Caacara Bailt :,

: : 1 'f, nine-foot the balance., Bloe Flmg Root Rhnbarb Root Black W.B.MAKINSONCO.( $ .

( -"i, : OF KISSIMMEE. : : .,.; If you would advise fully what i*. Fraaia.Boot.May., Combine Apple R.oot.s.a..Leayte etrenth with pala.sad| .f

... .. ... ...., ,t .necessary. dotje .to put? thl*.At- table. araipaticUat*.. ,Doe not gripe. Me,

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