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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 3, 1917
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00814
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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; LADIES PLAN PUBLIC COMPANY B AUTOMATICALLY
YOUNG ?

Buster: mull'of
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RECEPTION FOR COMPANY RAT DRAFTED INTO SERVICE OF
Following the complete muster roll of the! present! officers and

{member of Company B. a copy ,of which should be preserved by) .

every,family in Kissimmee. In case the'boys': >> should 1 be> ,sent to. Franceit
} HOTEL. SATURDAY NIGHT UNITED STATES NEXT SUNDAY
Y will prove valuable for reference in after year All member' are ,

from Kissimmee except those whose addresses are given.

CAPTAIN FIRST LIEUTENANT'
T'f KISSIMMEE WILL TURN OUT EN MASSE TO DO HONOR TO OUR GAL- Howard M. Katz. Lee Jarrell. COMPANY WILL ASSEMBLE AT ITS RENDEZVOUS AT 10 O'CLOCK' :

'" LANT SOLDIER BOYS WHO WILL FOLLOW OLD GLORY TO THE tIKCOlVD' LIKtTTICIVANT SUNDAY MORNING, WHEN,THE DRAFT: FROM THE STATE SERVICE -

FRONT OF BATTLE, IF CALLED!> TO .DO SO, AND UPHOLD :THE Calvin B. McCauajhenSKROKANT TO THAT OF THE UNITED STATES WILL AUTOMATICALLY

OF OSCEOLA COUNTY.s 'i '. ron1roRAi.n TAKE PLACE-NO DRILL, ONLY RETREAT AT SUNDOWN.
STANDARD I First, Sergt. George W:, McGowatT.;."* Josh L Barber, ..

--. ; Mess Sergt, William T. Turner -: ,William Fortenberry,

Patriotic to the very core I I. the city The young ladies) will be lavish host St. P.tl r.burg. Fla. Edd. C. Robert., He.dqaar1le..eo! .. B, 2nd Fla. N. G. Sunday and the retn.t'will be the

of Kisiimmee and sine the early or- esses and will serve the guests with Supply. Sergt-James t.,' Buckles, Edward 1 L Newton. Poet, Klaaimmee, FUu, Aug. only formation required: of the, men.

sanitation of Company B of the N G. ice and Se rgt. Henry M. M.1..anson.' lit, lllT Thl.'will take place at sunset.
sandwiches punch cream even
Charles I L M '
honor has been showered \> .' can. f Up to this tithe Captain Katz, his
F., every the cigars will be in evidence in defer. COOKS Pa Fla.. received order further than the
no *
upon the boys which warm-hearted Drew M.', Alvey Edward Fennell. COMPANY ORDER No. 3
to masculine taste. one to mobiUie and ft I I. the
'' ence possible
and the .
people could euggest; willing Ernest M. Oliver. Jr. 1. Under provision of the proclamation
hands 'could execute. About twenty maids and matrons ,,0, Roy C Graves, company may remain here for several
BCOL.BR MECHANIC of the president of the day, Should this he i the ease, the
honored them met at the home of J. M.Lee, Wednesday
on
The business men afternoon to the detailsof Albert F. Smith t Homer J. Tindall., United State a* put.in G. O. No, 90, men will be allowed to sleep at home'
their for the mobilization arrange .
departure
War .. this i.
n.pt. e. ; regiment on
and feted them this entertainment, when Miss a6M"ia.F., .. sad..,plaaar srUt.ha-pe..W Bite ''
camp( at Black' Point "J.u. 1 If--I'IIII'I-II"" '! "': in iI .f"Itti"KrU'fe" ftilo''EIw""arroy""oYthe
' anamw" not living here. It la generally utvpoaei
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if'gr1fia"1'itb''itwibii'Cii9'( : 'fcfW aUU"n.tlrtttMf'I'a" &tif "KTOK11", ; ,Arthur B. Jane!!, Will.M. Tiller United States. ,,
chairman of the meeting. A careful ,they will be caned to, Black,
.ladle of the banqueted J .
ervice. The, city James F. Davis.Ox '
2. In1 with G.
>a pK; Via. pursuance 0. No. 86,
the entire company' with an division of their forces resulted in the ford.,Fla. Malcolm I M. Overstreet. Point, Sunday night. In any event: an
Sam Harwell.Spring ., y ., 2nd Fla. Inf. N. G. 1917, the member eight-hour working schedule1 will'go
committee
elaborate spread at the Graystone following, : Tau McAllisterCharles Randall M. Thomas of the ordered to
are hereby '
Sandwiches Mia Maude Alice HI..h *. Fla. company into effect Monday morning. Company .,
Hotel. Churches have held patriotic
report for duty at the of thecomp.ny
Mildred Winn PR.V".II armory property was distrlbuted'today,
services in their honor. Various 'ornlzatlon. Wagner Helen Base "
soldier Amy Makinson, Ruth and Parah Charney'Evan. in Kiiaimmee not later than and a. far u possible .each'man was
'.- paid'tribute to their G. Adler' David L. OBerryRodman. 10 o'clock August 5tivm7.,
members, and it seemed' that Clark Gussie Winn. Ella Mae Gilbert, Pembroke, Fla. Norman Ehrhardt.Armenious Fla. This the momentous order given his former equipment.
was
naught could be added to th .e"demonstrations Cecelia Overstreet and Mattie 'Belle ,William S.,'Ashton. James W.. Olivr.. Howard posted , Supplementing the 'regular army
which
by Captain
Garris. Kate'
equipment the ladle of'the toww
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but the lasses ( the city Harris. Donovan Barber
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ona"hman., Fla Horace Padgett. will summon the member of Com
have supplied each' member' of the
in an'etrort to make Punch-Mrs. DeWilton Alderman, St. Cloud Fla. .
are now" uniting : Carl W. Cl.ttJi.st. Cloud. Fla.Joseph B from their home .
pang Sunday
Misses Claire Hathaway, Orpha Rose, Creighton Barnes company with ,comfort bag, 'which
of their for the '
the eve departure Early Bird. Fla.Frank F. Parrish.Louffhman. morning, asking that they lay aside
Adah C. Wagner, Grace Winn, Abbie Orlando. Fla.Collie "L contain number of indispensable ar-
memorable the .
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training camp a* merriest A. \MAtt I. Fla.
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other interest don
the khaki
event of all and hilarity will Harris, Maurine Dann. C Barton Early Bird. Fla, Louis E. Perry. every tide unknown. to the War. Depart.. t
; St. Cloud. Fla. and,shoulder the musket for' Uncle ment.
will hold Ice Cream-Miste* Mildred and Willie H drY
e
reign at the reception they ,
Theodore Bowen. Garfield. Reagan Sam in defense of American principle. 'The business men .desired to add
at the Graystone Hotel Saturday Ethel Lea and Ine Carson. Starke Fa, ,i
Francis J. Brown Howard Hirtzel.' St. Cloud. Fla. and American homes. some tangible expression of their deep
night, when the entire company and Cigars-Mrs. G. M.: Shearouse, JT,
Campbell Fla. Jack W. Rouse Most of.the boy reside here and a interest In th' and Messrs.
an who feel an interest In the cause Mrs. L.' H. Ingram and Mis* Anne Walter L. Hyde.Ooo company ,
will be their guests. Bryan Canon.DecorationMisses. Jos. Butler I ; .eFla.. I Robert:B. Smith. number' .are from St. Cloud and Fred Bass and Edgar Kate are circus;

.' The asked to in uniform Lucy Wither- -, Jerry F. Bartlett' Robert H. Job .. 'B. vicinity. Many of them are now visiting lating, a' petition collecting fund. topurchase ,
boys
are appear Silas, Stewart.Louffhman.
DOOM, Fla. friends at a distance but when the
national colon will decorate the spoon, Lucy Buckles, Mrs. Sam Lup- Joe E. Johnston, Fla. ; an ,auto truck for their use .
Dan W. clock strikes.the hour .
of
CampbelL.Oaln 10 on'Sunday
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and
for their
a graphophon
amusement
fer 'Jr., Kathleen Bearden and Vir
mu.lc'will be f'
martial
rooms and ..TllU. Fla. John R. Lanier. GeorgCtD. Sumner. morning
will
be
every man in his and an'meetln&' with flattering
ginia Tiller.STATE Park. Fla.'
f played. r ... J Edward, L. Campbell.Deer Lucious P. Lanier, Joseph R. Tracy place and automatically, by procla : i-wtti In fact nothing I. too good
National
11 --- ------- -- - - - Edwin G. Currington, St.Cloud. Fla., tion of the president, the Florida for"our boy and If there I* anything

LADIES PROVIDE MORE HEALTH OFFICER SAYS ,' wildwood. Fla.Marvin .Edward Orlaado.L. Fla.Lutz.; Walter. I B. Tracy Guards, will become.U. S. National else they'want all they will hare to do

4 COMFORT BAGS FOR CO. B CONDITIONS EXCELLENT HERE I Driggers. St. CloudFl.. Guard There will be no drill I Is to ask for It.

.- Carl E., Ericsson.HallandaU James R.,Mathe y. Paul i L.'Wilder ..'

'. ...... ,Last week" the patriotic ladies of the. 'Dr.,Young of the 'state board' of Fla. Paul. W. McKee:: 'Clearwat.r. Fla. HOME BOYS RECOMMENDED-
ELECTION NEXT TUESDAY...,. {
city joined force. and volunteered to health, with headquartera at Miami '- V'FOR'EARLY PROMOTION : .

make 'comfort bags for the members' spent Wednesday. in Kissimmee and < -' FOR OKEECH_ OBEE COUNTY,
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conversation with a representativeof New has reached here of the -
i' of the Kiscsimmee military company the Gazette said BOARD OF TRADE COMMITTEE KISSIMMEE FIRE FIGHTERS probable An election will' be held next Tuesday !
early promotion of Kissimmee
and a full quota was promised. Mrs. i "I have been looking over your town TO CONSIDER REDISTRICTINGThere APPRECIATED BY ST. CLOUD August 7th to decide whether the

.' M.,, A. Clark was in charge of them and talking with the mayor city council The Kiaslmmee fire "..ddle." art boy. who are now" at the officer proposed new county: of: Okee hob. R

movement and she'was assisted 'by and doctor, and find health conditions was a small attendance at the being praaed by both St;". Cloud and mlnnlc'camp at Fort McPherson, shall, be established.

several young ladies who visited several much better here than In manyof called meeting of the board of trade Kissimmee people for valient service I near Atlanta. Eugene Bryan, aon of .Should the vote favor creation of'

homes and \explained the objectof :your neighboring town You are last Friday night and little business rendered at the big St. Cloud fire last Hon. N. 'C... Bryan, has been recommended the new county, Oaoeola will lose a.
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the movement''' and the ,and the very considerable
of Ita
diaplayd free from
entirely typhoid : Saturday morning. Notwithstanding for,captain or first lieutenantin portion territory; .
hags. Sixty-five of these were prom doctor state that there,i I. very little was transacted.. they found it impossible to carry their the reserve corp.; and will though comparatively email Dumber
ised and will be forth coming before intestinal trouble. I find that the lawis One matter of importance, suggested truck and equipment on account of the probablybe of inhabitant.

the departure of Company B for themobtliration being complied with in acreenlng .by Hon. N. C.,Bryan was that of bad roads they, tackled the job like stationed at the training, camp, at The proposed northern boundary of

camp next Sunday; but open privies and :your sewage disposalis redistricting the county should that veteran fire fighter' and rendered Silver Lake near Atlanta. Okeechobee county I.I the line separating

t' fearing that even one aoldier' lad excellent. valuable service in saving: property "Billie"Makinson la recommendedfor townships 82 and' 83, which
of Osceola included in the
might be without these comforts, \a "I find however, more or less carelessness portion from burning buildings and preventing second lieutenant in the regular takes in the entire -southern,end of

., number of ladies have\offered\ to make in screening foods offered for territory of the new county of Okee the spreading of the flames to Osceola for a Distance of approximately . .

additional bags. : These ladies are ..Ie. and that :you have no ordinance chobee be cut off, and ,on motion the to other section of the town. army. 30 mile. .This line runs about 3,

Mrs. J. Wesley Brown Mrs. Milton regulating the inspection of milk and following committee was, appointed to Marion Farmer is also recommended 16 miles south of Kenanaville. {

Pledger, Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan Mrs.'P, dairies. A few ordinance should be look into the matter and report at theregular tO..O..O.O..OO.... 0... >0t. for seemed lieutenant in the reserve. According to the census, of 1915,
1C. Weaver, Mrs. Roma Thomas, Mrs. passed by your city council! regulatingthese 0 O corps. i iWhile" Osceola' contribution *, to the new
E. L. Lesley Miss Ruby Duke Miss.Itatie matters, and there should be .a meeting of the board tonight: ATTEND THE MEETING OF 0 these commissions have not county contained 290 inhabitants,and I.
S. L. C A. W. B.
Thompson.Mrs. local health' organization to see that Lupfer, Carson + THE BOARD OF TRADE TO- .4 yet been approved, yet it 1..only a that of St. Lucie about 1,325., '
N. C., J. S. Cadel
they are enforced. With these things Witherspoon, Bryan, NIGHT. IMPORTANT BUSI- 4 matter of time till theso well-known It I la stated that sentiment is strongfor

Helen Carpenter was' here attended to there is no reason why W. B. Harris, H. C. Stanford, A. E. NESS WILL BE TRANSACTED. 4 home boy* will ,be full-fledged 'com- the new county in that section and ,;

from Orlando Monday, visiting friends Kissimmee should not be a 100 percent 'Donegan, A. -S. Nelson and E. L Les 4 4 missioned officer 1? in Uncle: Sam's the prospect I Is expected to. carry by '

in the city. town in point of health." ley.. ....O.oo oo..O. ... .... service:' an overwhelming majority, ',' .
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TWO THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. AUGUST 3, 1917 a

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$200,000,000 IN SOUTHERN VEGE- ? NO STOP ,]
DEER PARK TABLES AND FRUITS ANNUALLY CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS.

St. Cloud Department SHIPPED TO 1
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? :, Mrs. R. H. Hemmlng-way returned NORTH AND WEST. SALIVATES
YOU ,SICK AND J"Doesoe's
*\ after'a few weeks' visit with relativesand "The South is-furnishing annually MAKES ,

NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN friends irf: Tallahassee. .
about $200,000,000 worth of early vegetables :
Dr. Z. M. Price left recently for
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT fruits, fish and oysters to the r
Tampa, which will be his permanent ,North and West without,:which" these liver Tom" Is

residence. sections would suffer a tood famine, Unr
Mrs. N N.: Chase hag returned to Mr. A. G. Durham:has a full line of Mrs Blanche Clarke entertained the Cleat Ysir Slugglsk
especially for potatoes, onions, citrus
Jacksonville: after spending a. few electrical fixtures, and since the 'fire young folks of this place and a few fruits >ii Bowils.TTnhl .
peaches, apples and other products :
days here looking after her property. is in the building with Mr. Kenneyon from Hopkins in honor of her youngest Is h
q the statement made by the Calomel! make you sick. ;
! IF Mrs.. Anna Meatyard left on Monday New York avenue, and will open up daughter's twelfth ,birthday Toe Manufacturers Record In this week's horrible) Take a do*, of the "

: for Winter Haven, where she experts again just as soon as he can get a cream, cake and candy were served, Issue, I' based on reports compiled drug tonight and tomorrow you 1 )

: to remain for a month. suitable location. and they all reported a good time. railroad a day's work.Calomel I
through "co-operation: of the ouick
i I. or
i Arthur Prescott of Orlando was Will Riley left Tuesday evening to Mr. and Mrs. Gee W. Hopkins are officials of the South. which cause mercury necrosis of the .
e position in the Florida Na. spending a few days in Deer Park Calomel, when it come Into I I II
lier last week; on a business trip and accept a The Manufacturer Record shows I
with their daughter Mrs. W. H. with bile crashes into It, ,
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tional Bank at Jacksonville.Lake sour
some of his friends gave a surprise that on'e Southern road alone handled t
feel that
Thi i. when
Kempfer, before, leaving for their it up. ; you I
bathing party in,his honor Shore Club will have a tacky northern home in Mlc)\ 34,500 carloads of vegetables and causes and cramping If you are I
Miss Mlttie May made a business party on Thursday evening at the I igan. fruits originating on Its line, while giah and "all knocked out," If .
Mrs. N. N. Chase of Jacksonville bowel ,
club house on the lake front. the total traffic of this kind shipped liver I* torpid and ..
t I trip to Kissimmee on Wednesday spent a few days sight-seeing in Deer or you have headache, dizziness, ,
Mr. Ed George leaves on Monday. from the South to the North and tongue, if breath 1 i. bad or stomach
( Smith's market at present 1s with Park and before leaving she invested
next for a visit at Black Hills, S, D. West amounts annually to about 200,- )just try a spoonful of harmless Dud )
1 1 the Davis! cleaning place on .New ,In a quarter section of land. Liver I
:: J. H. Ferguson was a business caller, 000 carloads or over 3,000,000 tons, Ton tonight on my
't York!: ,avenue. Dr. C. L., Hyatt and Mr. BoVven of
at Kissimmee on Wednesday. and at a low valuation it I is estimated - ---- ,
'Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hoffman Kissimmee motored to Deer Park
Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Mathe Mr. andMrs that the is
i on, aggregate over $200,000-
I and J.: .M. Hoffman went to Kisnimmee j' from Kissimmee last week. ,After,a Get, Your Job
j'j't '< Bagley, and Mr. and Mrs. Cookeof I
thorough investigation of the soil 000.The
Tuesday ,evening to attend on
the east coast picniced at arcooa. extent of the potato industry is -- -
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the theater. the Hopkins tract. they.pyrchased: 240 (
I se on Thursday last. indicated in shipments from the

1. I. Cummings intends putting'up-anew j I' Misses Eda L. Epple and! Ella Mc- acres; Charleston section: of over $4,000,000 Pale Faced Women :.::1
Mr. H. C. Avant and family, who
$6,000 building on Pennsylvaniaavenue I AlJUster of St Cloud were the guests worth of potatoes this year, while ;
recently moved here from Kissimmee Cheeks
on Thursday, July 26th, of Mr; and Florida shipped a still larger amount, Rosy

A..w.' Gustus, cashier of the bank, Mrs. E. D. French at Ashton. are spending a week with...their friendsat and the aggregate shipments from '

is at, Jacksonville: on a business trip.M. The auxiliary to the Army and Messrs.their former Miller home.'and Rennalls ''Virginia .will reach about 4,000,000 Men Need,,Phosphates j jj'j

M, Stewart has purchased a Navy Union will meet on Thursday surveyors barrels, worth to the growers about '
for the trans-state electric line
motor boat named "Dat Chick." with Mrs. S. E; Hill on Eleventh $20,000,000. On one day In July 686 : pink"f!
stopped at Deer Park route to M lfj
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Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bas were KisrtwH street and sew for the Red Cross. Railsadaa lrW.i..Mppedfrom
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nt'"" itteruvwteifr&'" lfSMy? m !t narUey Hardware Store for Virginia to the North and West. J JAdl.t.
Mr. E. W.'Mack of Bunnell who
J., H. Ferguson U in receipt of a the present is in with the Firkin's recently The total shipment of potatoes: In the e. Increase Their.8 reamta, : A
purchased a section of land
,letter ,from;'Mrv W.: Tunnicli/Te/ and Meat Market on New York aven e.' . United .Statel.on that 'day was 838 By Itl.._, TaklasT a Few : ,'
east of town, spent a busy :day here ,
they expect to be in St..:' Cloud by the Lawyer Decker is located in the last week. \ carloads" and of this----- ,.amount all but !

,r lent. of September.Miss Riggan building on Pennsylvania ave 57 carloads originated In the south, j
Messrs. Sexton and Helswith of Atlanta, Oa. Dr. F. A. Jacobson s t;
Gillie Saylor spent Tuesday nue and Eleventh street and of these'57 carloads produced in that Phosphates are Just a. ..... >
Vero showed their'confidence
in the
with Mrs. Mary Johnson at.the lake Mr. Lee Hedrich, who has been vis.lting other sections 23 'were from the Pacific any man or woman who tire ...11 j I
J Hopkins tract by purchasing 520 nervous, or Irrttatable worn out i
I front. friends in Indiana, is again in coast. look haggard and pain\ to '\
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. Mrs Gladys Schoflcld who ha been St. Cloud. acres one day last week. In addition to these shipments make a .trong, robust,
"di enormous healthy' body, as to \1
: "r.ca: P'i.o::: :
J : visiting friends: in -Knoxville- Tenn.- A terrible fire occurred in St. Cloud of vegetables and fruits, the la make the It cause grow of The all enemlc. of

l find Williamsburg Ky.', arrived home -op "Friday night last, several people about the cost one 'must pay for a South, from the Chesapeake Bay ,to and the administration of S-itraln .
will Increase "
last week. just escaping in time-with their live., mall part of,the ordinary'cold creams. Texas, furnishes the bulk bf the oysters strength tco-Phosphate and endurance tablets of weak :

.rd p Morris Johnson: and Colvin Parkertook and the'loss is estimated at about one Care should be taken to strain the consumed in, the West and a ous cent, care-worn In two or men three.and weeks woven 100 ; ..,

bicycle trip to the east coast, hundred thousand dollars. ,The people lemon juice through a fine cloth so no large proportion of the fish: many Instances, and their : r =

fr' leaving 'here on Wednesday and returning fought bravely and well. to save other lemon pulp gets in, then this lotion This great contribution of the Southto system use will, and build live up new the life whole, vim

a on Monday. valuable property. will keep fresh for months. Every thenation's food supply has been so and way.vitality prescribe to Argo the whole-Phosphate body to '

Floyd Mother has his grocery store Mayor May of Kissimmee made a woman knows that lemon juice i ia usedto slightly appreciated that. few I tlenls-who are pale and colorless, :
In a part of the "Clyde New Yprk' business to Ashton months the assistant secretary of: It I. surprising to see how
on trip on Thursdaylast. bleach and remoye such blemishes ago few week, treatment will ..

..avenue, since the fire. I aa freckles, sallowness and tan and ithe agriculture was constantly threaten 'pale There. .face can be to no a rosy rosy cheeked cheeked, ....

Is Messrs. L. U. Zimmerman and J.: .K. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Edwards have I ideal skin softener, whitener and ing the South with starvation unless it b.auUful'wom.n., without their .

Connappreciate the kindness of the taken rooms with Mr; and Mrs. Got beautifier. raised all of its own foodstuffs, because I I.phatca sufficiently In recent supplied Interview with J

P ; Xisaimmee boys and wish to.thank on Indiana avenue. Just: try it! Get three ounces: of he said, the country would not physlolana on of the a deficiency grave and of." .

{ a' them for their assitance in saving the The St. Cloud fire department orchard white atf any drug store and Permit cars to be used to carry grain consequence phates In the blood of American .
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building and furniture the night'of thank. the Kissimmee department for two lemons from ,the grocer and makeup and meats front, the West to the South and ed the women fact I that h&ve doctors strongly should I .4

the ft re. their very valuable and speedy assistance a quarter pint of this sweetly frag 'entirely ignoring the enormous shipments scribe Arg-o-Phoaphate more phosphate for wreak In' the worn : .'

""Mayor May of Kissimmee was a St. in the fire of last.week, and hope rant lemon lotion and massage it daily of Southern foodstuffs into the. haggard-looking- and
Cloud caller on Wednesday,' the time will never when North and West.S. When the akin I* pale, and flesh
come
you into the face, neck, arms and hands. It I* a sign of anema. When the ,
1rfr Phillips goes, on Friday to St.. need us, but if ;you do call aitfcT'we will phate go from the blood the \

Petersburg for,a week's visit. come: W. THORNTON DEAD, .
a Drives Out Malaria Builds Up System .

Tb Old Standard s-enera* .tmrtnenlna: lank.OKOVB'S Samuel W. Thornton died at 7 p. ..
WORDS OF SYMPATHY after a period of, a few years a visit TASTELESS chill TONIC,drive oat ,
m., Friday, July 20, 1917, at his homein
from the fire fiend who teaches the HalarlaaricbestbebIoPl.andI>mIdacptb*err
In' tem. Atraetovi*. For ndults sad children.. Me. Seed Valley, Atascadero. He was Used for Twenty Years
All Florida will join sentiments lesson th.t'it is well to build per .
born in 1832 in Ohio and Civil
of regret to the people of St. Cloud manently and substantially; But Sat- was a Always has ghee satisfaction. Red Cross Liver '+!
War veteran of the Eighth Ohio In. Medicine I. one of the dependable old-tlm. tome.
because of the disastrous .fire which urday's fire'will undoubtedly mean' a u 41... All over the Souta it was relieved sufT.rsr tramBill
' large of that town STOMACH Y fantry. He leaves a wife to mourn 1" ._.- 1.1_. C..I..t '
wept a portion
and better Cloud.
greater St. -St. ; .
1'1J his loss. The funeral was held from 1,, .. oil R..._." P.IY
last Saturday. Almost a icore of Augustine Record. troubl q ...H...._ .Irk H..._._ "
business houses were destroyed entail u4' : '.. ONE OOS WILl. CONVIKI" E Bentz Undertaking Parlors Paso tV iir.....aa I.ae ...r.aea ,
Robles[ and the body,was shipped to flit Red Cross Liver '<'
MedicinePurely ,
Ing a loss of about $100,000 with'only GIRLS! ..LEMONJUICE\ , Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the ' .
," IS Kearney, N e b.(,,-'', {O4'A;.h'l.)..' f' 111,11 ,. vegetable: does not sicken. Sold In powder ,t.
912,000-Insurance.' Of : St; SKi \WlllTEN Stomach and Intestines .
i course }'.i __, :R .AutoIntoxication .rswwul. form; may be used dry or easily made into liquid. "
Cloud will be rebuilt and it is also Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis: On April 10, 1900, he was marriedto ti fret.Y3. T......!..Re
to be taken for granted that this How to make a creamy lotion for, a and other fatal ailments result from ,Mrs.' Dallastine Hopkins, who survives CASH ItllOS DRUG CO., Inc.. Jacksonville Fla.
him. lie also leaves six.childrenby as Cents a..... at .........t. ...* u ......1 .(.,..
", time the buildings will be of concrete few cents. Stomach Trouble. Thousands of .* s.*'lIal. ( *. t.. ....f_...*... '
; or other fireproof material: That The juice of two fresh lemons I Stomach Sufferers owe their com a former marriage. I l J "
He wounded number of
seems to be the history of so many strained into a bottle containing three plete recovery to JIayr's Wonderful was a timed,

". .new towns-the hurried construction ounces or orchard white makes a Remedy. Unliko any other for Stomach and was confined in five Confederate .O OOOOOO OOOOOOOOO; ;; ;;; ; k

t of wooden buildings to meet the rapidly whole quarter pint of the most remarkable -I I Ailment.!! For sale by J. Z. Robetson prisons. In 1882 he was state representative '

growing demands of business and lemon akin beautifier at and druggists everywhere. braska.Mr. from Lincoln county, Ne FOR SALEFine f

].. .
------------------- -- -- --- Thornton came to Atascadero

;e( from Kissimmee, Fla., about a year varieties of Sweet Potato'

ago and at once began the erection: of

: his home on a lot in the Flower Seed
What Makes Vines '
:1' ; Valley, purchased by him on a former
'
.. 1 This Man Smile ? Visit, lie took great pleasure in the I .(

building and beautifying of his home, $2.00 per Thousand.C. .

/ has which he made one of the most attractive .

"1 r ;. HIS money : In the Colony R. JENKINS Southport. ,

,
gone farther : He was a kind and appreciative '. ,

neighbor, and all of the friends he 'A..t". .' "Ot.oooo o oooooooo o .o.o 'I:

r ; than his neighbor's.He s- has made during his brief stay regret "

his demise, and profoundly sympa. 00.000000..00..00.0.00..000.0000.0.00. ..... .... V(
has bought these with Mrs. Thornton in her bereavement ,&

-Atascadero (Cal.) News. The Silver Sea Hotel }

Mr. and Mrs. Thornton were rest-
,
e 1 wIsIc f+ + dents of Kissimmee for several years, ATLANTIC BEACH CORONADO FLA. :

r. where they made- many warm friends. r

'. All of Whom will deeply sympathizewith Now open under tbe nun.iement of A._Fred_ Falck. :

.' ASR: ""rc loss. Mrs Thornton in her irreparable Cutiae tit best. Short Dinners a Specialty.. Ante meets all trains at

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; a t
.the greatest dollar-for- etc r. New Smyrna. :t

dollar value there is in Clear YourCompluon $2.50 per Day; Weekly Rates upon application. ,

I .*. ,. Special Week: End Rates
tires. He has Fisk r ; 1L
, Quale MIU. 3AKAH H. CARR,OIM....
'FRED ... "
ity, Fiftk ,, with This FALCK M. : x'tf.
J, Mileage fair Old Reliable 0".00. O. 0.. . . . . .... to... . . .. to. .. It 00' .. .

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"- L_.L ......alsldN VARNISHES
, Svtesfet.l._.ws__6oce.KaIo
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i s.....d.ah oows.H..O. ........ M... I > ardlnterior ':

.5 Nee taw M a.es niilsM ki StoMW..*beslat wisrs taken tacsnalhra >sal tkreM -.* t_ ii I1I : I Wootrark end F.Joozes"- -,, v
f' .(tae SnisMeaaTswMU*ttM kswd. "

,,1 j ft4 uidous_ tart sdsltw Is w eI It.a 1 I You may select the finest wood for 'ye}
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It*. % ........ :J',. ,"w. *.kk AmmHfkiallki ; 'M ssterloe or int.rior .. ,...r bshldis> yet ,
. VBe J -P .nee of .... biabed :rthe work
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[ G COMMISSION I EX-MAYOR OF B'HAMENDORSES Take OrorsThe "
is I Tasteless GUAIG NTEeO IYIRY! 'tIC
Old Standard Grove's
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Of HBAT
and ehiU Tonlo ia equally valuable as'a
It.,. SENT T8 ROUMANIA TANLAG General Tonic because It contains the .Ifou""ee! I I' t h, vI
well known tonic p.-oputieeofQt1ININR BffAKft
iIMA1T -:-- and IRON. It acts on the U___. Drives
out Malaria. Bnricbes the Blood and OUR.
't'r the : Aa\a further pin Its program for, "You Will Hardly Know Me When Botlds up the W.. ole System. 90 oeata. t9. POSITIVE

)" GROVE : American''relief work abroad we Meet Again For I :Am Get. ,

\t: GARDEN & accurate surveys of conditions, ,the ting Well," He Write. to Subscribe for the Valley; Gazette., Gl/AffAftltf/
FIELD I
The Cross War Council, of which Atlanta Friend. r

QUESTIONS ANSWERED&V HAIL! IMMEDIATEIY boil P. Davison' is chairman, an .
M* N M.O.PIU"OIl. Delrr MOIL ' One of the latest additions to the EVERY PIECE; OF MEAT
the dispatch of a Red Cross
TOOMU FeanusM CoftMurt be list ,of leaden of thought and action
to Rou mania. sold in,this market bears our post.tive t.
JACKSONVILLE. Fua who'have come forward with their
t Dying Nursery TreesI to This is the third Red Cross Commis unqualified indorsement of, Tanlac is a guarantee.,. You will neer.be.
disappointed in its freshness=!1 In
am sending yoU twigs and roots to be sent to Europe since the or the name .of Hon. Frank V.; Evans, a
its, flavor or in' its hunger .satisfying
i ofone of the tree in my nursery The of the War Council, to former mayor of Birmnigham Ala., .
: trees are not doing well and many of the h ex-stitto examiner of public accountsof .qualities. Our. sales manners
first-hand investigations in bel- It has been wlel said; "Eternal arid our delivery department
teen Alabama and'' one-time editor of
,
them are actually dying; Your advice is 'countries. One commission, vigilance is the J price of liberty," will pleaseyou equally'as'' well.
of the south's
one greatest ,
will be appreciated. newspapers
but when It Is of
a question
( j. e Answer: The twigs and roots show 0 /: by Major Grayson. P. Mur. -the Birmingham Age-Herald.! freedom from the annoyance of your insect ---

I poor growing conditions. There are 0 ; t ia already at work in France; a Writing' to a personal friend In. Atlanta pests, i it takes'' more than

.. ... not nearly enough' feeding, roots, to to ; under the leadership of Dr Mr.\ Evans says: "eternal cigilance" to cope with City Market ,
by
) insure a healthy tree. The twigs have Billings win arrive In a few '. "Birmingham, Ala., the situation; it takes some'watch I' .J

:wHhertip} which Is almost always' in Russia. ., . By the way, you will fulness, backed by an effective insect "

r present after a rundown condition has clog \ The commission to Roumnnia which hardly know my when wit meet, again destroyer to bring results.

existed for any length of time. We headed by Henry Watkins AneUr- because I am getting well nnd strong When Ants Fleas Mosquitoes, "

fail to find any particular insect or a prominent lawyer of Richmond, again: ,As I told you while in At- Moths Roaches, Etc., invade your AIALSB
or. home, don't delay, get a can of s
: other definite trouble, everything: nia. will undertake at 'once, in lanta last month, I have been suffer' Fenolo and a sprayer 'from your

showing poor soil conditions, and :the: !.: .t -to,.its Investigation of sani- ing a longtime with gastritis as ,the local dealer and hit these pests

: natural! results therefrom. : I and health conditions,. actual re doctors call it-really a disordered where they live

f To rid your trees of ',.withertip it for work among the Roumanian refu stomach with consequent constipation, Fenole is sold in your town by:

f would be necessary to prune them 0 get .., To do this work a Red Cross pains in tho ,' headache, W. B. Makinson Co., J. Z. Rober-

', !{ back thoroughly to good. healthy wood with unit of twelve doctors and belching heartburn logo() of appetite, son. Waters! & Carson ,Grocery Co.
I Quart. 75c; one-half gal., $1.26; KKIIOKINH:: AND CRVDR OIL
I + :during, the next dormant .season : nurses, accompanies the Com loss of, sleep and fainting spells. For gallons $2.00.Sprayero .. KM.IIVKH:: Run on oil of any kind.

(,' which will be in December; but you weeks' I could not sleep on my back. coftmon, 50c;,automatic No 4 h.batteries p. engine. magneto will run or Igrltor.load A
should immediately improve the'general -' Quantities of medical supplies, ser- One week ago, upon recommendation $1.00:. for 10 hours at cost of :0t..IJ day.
'
an Sites e, S, (0. 8ndfor I .
I, l growing ,conditions. Without' 0 Red vaccines and foodstuffs, urgently of friends, who had tried the prices I. Pump.SO. Mill: Supplies, Engines -

./YrIMvIcMa'aoBrktgmepanfymlrNas pd.)y' >rAUfhgli; !!i,'gus'; :. f.RauinanlaWar ..,beingi.sat, I..medl.. nerLpu, .bAjj'"! .Qnl.! bottlJri" .of'aniaC'hhtlpbegen Jenol ChernicaLIo. ; Boilers.to blacrv Haw-Mills: and Wood
;' Bay what the trouble is.' It I. very ers the commission by the .War I'. 'ia Y.IIS 'atistS 61 MACBINERY"CO:

evident, however, that there is either in special 'emergency,appro my second dose I have suffered none TAMPA, FLA. _Ie E.! Ray lit. ............Ule. ..... .. '; '

t. an excess or lack of water in the soil.? the : of $200,000 has been'.' voted of these troubles to which j refer, and t

An excess of water will make the soil Roumanian relief,' really believe I am going to get I perfectly .

sour and smother the roots, while alack "For the commission to Roumania well and strong again. Won't 4'
0 0j
t of water would prevent any plant for those sent to France lInd Rus that be wonderful at my ageT Well,

j food becoming soluble and therefore used the Red Cross War Council has certain it Is that Tanlac is a wonderful 1 The Favorite Store of Kitstmmee I
? available to the trees. It Is also poet The unusually fortunate I In. obtaining medicine, and you know that I

>t> sible that the land is exceedingly sour service of some of 'the leading am not given to 'puffing mere experiments .

1 IN from other\ : causes than l lack of drain I and sanitary authorities of the .and am rather orthodox to

' age. Any of these three 'conditions lay o ," said Mr. Davidson today (In materia medica.

j j would tend to keeping the feeding inal the appointment. "It is "I shall continue the treatment" with FURNITURE ?',

", I roots down below the amount necessary the of'the finest tributes to "the patri perfect confidence! in the final results.signed ,

for the maintenance of the tree. of the men-doctors, lawyers ( ) "FRANK V. EVANS. F

Poor cultivation would increase the and business men-,rwho Commenting on this splendid in
bad conditions for growth and trees dorsement of Tanlac G. F. Willis,
been culled upon to undertake
:
: thus weakened are ever ready victims great personal inconvenience and southern distributor of Tanlac, said: -WE HAVE IT !I IIn

to withertip and'other diseases that I I with: no inconsiderable risk "Although the Jlst'of prominent in- ,

; . are always present. If you will write has Red Cross missions/ In distant, dorsers is a long one, I recall a few a
6 S. us in full detail as to the general situ It that they have responded i I leading names that lend ,both dignity

atton we can perhaps be of further assistance hesitation. No finer record and credit: to the entire array. Someof

to you.'Brown !! be written in this war than' of them are: connection with our Hardware line we carry a completeline

-,'men' who have gone forth under "Hon. C. W. Mangum of Atlanta of furniture.,. We make a specialty, of,,outfitting homes, aid
Rot of PeachesJily .. sheriff of Fulton county lion, McKenzie : . .
'brown Red Cross to carry aid and encour ; handle reliable ,
.. 0' teaches are! showing a }: ment to those countries which for Moss, judge.of the Eighth district -
rot. 110 Is taking half the crop. What one .,, have been feeling the of Kentucky; lion Moses R.
,... can be done about'it? "'years brunt of war." Glenn, superintendent of printing for Bed Room Furniture Dining
)
f Answer: Nothing can be done for tIn the state of Kentucky; 'Col. Jno; B. '
addition
to Mr. Anderson the RoomSuits Kitchen Outfits Par-
. ':e. ', the peaches already diseased, but fur- the members of the commis Gaines, editor and publisher: Bowling ,
,
-,. they Infection can be prevented by ; to Roumanla announced Green, Ky.;' Mr.. C. C. Cooper; president lor Suits Odd Chairs 'Rockers
as by ,
with self-boiled lime-sulphur .... < : ,
spraying l'R. .
r ,1. .TPaVldson, are: Gaogla-Otton Oil' Co.; Mr. H",W. .. .
solution made as follows: Couches-'Et
The : Arthur Graham Glasgow 'an, engi Hill; bank president' South Pitts- .

,p. Recipe, for Self-Boiled Solution Lime-Sulphur of Washington, D.., C. Mr. Glas burg, Tenn.; Mr.: J. F. Carroll, cotton :i,
I
I\ is pre of the leaders of his mill superintendent of Chattahoochee,
Fresh atone lime 8 pounds.Flowers *1 >> i' and has lived for more than pro- Ga.; Hon. S. S. Shepherd ex-city ']ThU store b making a record for itself !I. the matter *f i

Common of caustic sulphur or 8 pounds."rock" lime .' years,. in ;London, where He councilman of Atlanta, and many helping people to outfit t.home*. Com and see..' Our price arc J j

'i' O. : extensive offices. others whose names have heretofore S
I C Dr. Francis W Peabody ''of Boston I been given to the public." i

LV: BUY PAINT WITH ., represented t the Rockefeller Tanlac Is sold in Kissimmee by J. rightTOOLS ,
I
( \\'I.. "' To" :\ / u lon1 Jin llts'k medicallmvestiga-1 i.$Roberson's.i Pharmacy;Jn St.i.Cloud [ : :< fOR ENGINEERSNo : I
YOUR EYES OIEN?\ '' It- in Chlna."P1"'r'wwwp7* 1 by1 Seminolel'Pharmacy;rand"in 1' Ken :F ; I
0
I in Bernard Flexner of Chicago; a law ansville Fla.
who has taken a prominent part in matter what land of .. Engine yon ia..e-eaa, Steam,
there's as much difference In the sociological movements in the Railroad or Stationary Engine.-we bare exactly the Took yes
character of paints as In people. YOU A BIT OF ADVICE
want paint that not only looks well ont West. need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, etc,'

your property, service, hut at lowest that will coat.give you . Dr. II. Gideon Wells of ,Chicago all of the best quality and workmanship. ,' and at price ,that wffl
the best
That la the reason you should buy a .... : of pathology in the Univer First Don't Delay. ..Second-Don't .9, surprise ',oa. This store has the reputation of handling .only,
paint containing; the greatest amount It of Chicago. hardware that k of superior quality and you will make .. mis.

of darkens sine., scales Without off and It decays paint rapid ft : : : Dr. Roger Griswold Perkins of ExperimentIf take in coming here NOW and Inspecting our big stock. t

Maatlo Paint, the kind that lasts Is. of It I professor of hygiene, you suffer from backache; head ,
made with pure white lead and sine .. Reserve University. aches if rest
In or dizzy spells; you poor.
oxide so per cent each ground pure .
Unseed Oil. .. Dr. Robert C* Bryan of Richmond ly and are languid in the morning; if

Mantle Paint lasts longest, has ., who is one of the leading sur the kidney secretions are irregularand UsceolaHardware Company
greatest covering capacity, and la very \
economical. CI r< of the south. unnatural in oppearance do not ,

De sure to use MASTIC PAINT-It la A. ;: Doctors and nurses of the medical delay. In such cases the kidneys often .. 'I

guaranteed aaU factton.and must give .you absolute accompanying the commissionare need help .
,
Fop Color-Cards and Paint Book : Doan'. Kidney- Pills ,are especially '
.ij.. ."Homes and How to paint Them" call Dr. W. D.. Kirkpatrick;: Bellingham, prepared 'for kidney trouble-they are
00'r. .; Dr. Richard Penn Smith( Fort recommended by thousands. Can residents C. A. .CARSON. President. 'N.' C. BRYAN.Secretary..

OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY Pa.; Dr. D. J. McCarthy Dav desire more convincing' proof

f, I> .. Iowa; Dr. Geo. ,Y. Massen- than the statement of a citizen of' this The Waters & Carsont

f Kisthamee, Fla., a. Macon, Ga.; Dr. R. H Ruli- I locality. ;I'

Syracuse, N. Y.; Dr. B. C< Ham Henry W, Carl St. Cloud Fla.,

Syracuse N. Y.; Dr.: Benjamin says: "I gladly confirm the statement

LeMaster Macomb UK; Dr. I gave some years ago praising Grocery .Company

y II. Limauro Lynn Mass; Dr. Doan's Kidney Pills. .I recommendthem ; V
: F. Hird Bound Brook X. J.; Dr. whenever' I have an opportunity. t
if ., > *
T. Lowe, Pine Bluff, Ark.; Dr. I have been greatly benefited by *'
-
''" SKIN W lePb P. II. Grueiver Chicago, IIJ.; Doan's Kidney Pills. Wholesale and Retail Dealers .inGR'QCERIES..... J, JJI

ill:!. J' Feo. Duro Guca Chicago Ill.; Dr. Price VOc ,at all dealers. Don't I
J.' Kucera New Prague, Minn. simply ask for 'a kidney remedy-get

25c BOX Florence Patterson head nurse, Doan's Kidney Pills-*he same that ,

D. C.; Rachel C. Tor- Mr. Carl had. Foster-Milburn Co., ,
A Skin Bleach or Whitener for New York City, N. Y.; Kather- .
Buffallo N. Y.
Mfgrs. .
Olmsted, Milwaukee, Wi..; Alma . . . . . . . . . . . 0. . . . . .
.' ,' .
; ing all 1 blemishes and clearing Chicago Ill.; Alice Gil- Viiiting cards pnnted by the Valley o WE SELL: 4. o WE BUTi .

ions and causing the skin. to' Chicago, 111. and Anna T. Ped- I Gazette job Department.- '. .... ti tiO
BAY.
New'York. City N. Y. HIDES '
Cocotone NOTICE) OK SHKHIRIT'S. I SAI.R! 0 "
clear complexion; use GRAIN elf
0
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CORDON OF ORLANDO FURS oil
Notice Is hereby given that by and ,
'. WHAT VeERS, THINK _RESIGNS EXEMPTION BOARD under virtue of that certain. writ olexccutlpn FERTILIZERS !i -:/ .\ -. .
issuing nut of and under seal WOOL" .
Macon. Oa. ; of the County Court Nand for O.c..laCount" e : i.
I' C.foton* Co. Sheriff Gordon of Orlando who was.ppointed Florida bearing date the Uth 'SHINGLES .
\' Dear Sirs: Bend 'm. by return mall July, A. r>, UI7. Issued In that AND .
two boxes of Cocotone Skin Whitener on thp Orange county ex certain cause pending wherein W. J. 4. ORANGE BOXES. 0 'f
cakes of Cocotone B..
three Klnrr
and Mallett Is plaintiff and Casper .
ALL
Skin Soap They are fine and I do board, has resigned because Is defendant I+ have levied upon and 0 '
not care to be without them En. is under 'the; age prescribed by o will sell to satisfy said execution at ORANGE. WRAPS 'r t.
a' closed Is money order for 11.25. public outcry at the front door of the .>,' I I" COUNTRY t
4 Tours truly De ; which states that BO man under o courthouse In Osceolm County Klsslm .' ., ,
r
CLARA M. JACKSON.Waycroas ... Florida' on Monday, the Ird 4y VEGETABLE'CRATES '' ''
Ga. : shall Berve'on'the boa 'd. Sheriff I yt.Septemb.r'A.m ; D. HIT. within the .' :. PRODUCT +
.
Cocotone Co. ) who has the distinction of be local hours of sale to the highest and + CRATE/NAILS :., '
Dear Friends Tour Cocotone.Skin best bidder for cash the following d.- .
Whitener Is the finest thins; ,I ever the baby sheriff of :Flerida,,will real .estate as the property. ol t 4 . . . . . . . . t
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saw My skin was very dark and Casper B.,Klner. o . . . . . . ,
the first box has mad It many be 30 for some time. Other mem T _
Wit
a shades lighter, and my friends all' it. *of the board are: B. N, Robinson \ To Lot. II and 14. of block 171 of Saint W. sell field and farden teeck of all kuds.. 'v i
uk me what I have been veins Enclosed Cloud. b lords., ss.
Wi cia] attenttoa to ittw .OHt hunting and campinf ,
aivep pnr
please _
r yon will Und. VS.OO. of the court; C. D.1 Christ coun L H. INGRAM. .
send me six: : boxes of Bkln.:. Whitener- physician. 'Col'T. N.; Bradshaw .Sheriff of ._ols County. Fla." Free delivery ia city 1i. ta. Tboaie No. 12. ,
i: .' and two. cakes,Tours of soap truly, v "." been appointed to'fill Gordon's. .i L- By ROOT. CAM tF.PBRCL.Sheriff.CRAWFORD We are cooaty asenU for pod ferliltzen. Ask W i "fee dfoJay" sad....). ?
K: 'ANNA M. "WHITE. *. JARRED -
: fertuixatSj
; 7, plcs-fl.portsr-Star.; -.' .. Attorneys C $1-.t, M r ;,. 4 4i4 \
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VALLEY GAEI'I'1'L FRIDAY: AUGUST 3,117 .

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R1SS1MHEE VALLEY,GAZETTE ., ''Making a "Mountain' Out. of a Molehill." GRAVE TASKS FACING' _Classified' Advertisements- :t.


PmalLk.d BSverTi lhtdar.otae. THE EXEMPTION BOARDS FOR BALE, ?

valley .._ ...iia. On Friday morning hit just before going to press W. B. Harm, one 80 acres) about fromilrailway Klsslmmee. -

8ped..ey .Indsw 'of the proprietor of the Catette, was handed a small item for publication The war department's communication .. school. 1, church mile and packlnsT atatlon house;

a HAJUUS B. O. VANS AONBW by F. H. Lawson, a prominent business man :.of Kisiimmee and president of follows! GOV. CATTS CALLS FOR A splendid fenced and land cross; (rood fenced, fertile; rood soil f-room, weir

........... DAMN. ".. It the City.CounciL We stated to'Mr. Lawson that the. item was directly opposed "You are entering on a difficult CLEANING'U! OF PENSACOLA I house acres, S bearing porches orange. good srrove stable, .excelTP'e'or, t, .
sentiments and the of the and that would task, the gravity of which is beyond lent orange "land owned>y nonreel.dent. .
to.our to policy paper we Sheriff' cheap at "S.OO per acre Fin.
anything that can be said in the way TALLAHASSEE, July 24.-- for farming fruit and stock
place
inserted |
only publish it'as a paid advertisement This he agreed to. and it was of discussion. You realize Ino significance James C. Van Pelt] and County Solicitor growing;

MB R without any thought of possible trouble for the paper of what yea are to do, and you W. A Blount, Jr., of Escambla ZO acre farm on brick road one miler

1 The papers were all in 'the postoFfice before 4 o'clock, some of them before know that a responsibility, heavier county, were here today to see Governor 'from'-room"It" limit of Kissimmee chicken ,house.rood, ..
land three
2 o'dock, and the afternoon mail for the Gazette was 'brought over perhaps than any you haVe ever faced, I Cotta in answer to summons extra rood acre hlh* bearing. ;

from the postoffiee between i and. 6 o'clock, but up to this time we had no intimation is upon you. I I from that official to come to Talla-. church and Roo(.market.. Other farms "
"War demands individual, sacrifice hassee immediately. They saw the and Investments.NKLS01V
V that, anything was wrong. I No being: closeted with him in REALTY COMPANY
j to the common 'cause. peopleever j governor
i down about 8 o'clock the evening found it topicof Rooms t and 8, over State Bank
Coming town in we a approached war with a calmer 'his I private office for nearly an hour. KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA

". gsTAle pRL P9fub.erlpfea general discussion on'the streets that the Gazette was being held up at the appreciation of! that 'sacrifice or a j Not even Private Secretary Burke was

poiloffice for. something terrible which it had published-nobody seemed to firmer resolve to bear it and to present permitted toj be present at the con- WOULD LIKE TO HEAR from owner "b
who ha Rood body of round timber ,
know what. themselves be classed for j fere ee. for sole clove to railroad Full par
It announced that Governor tlcular. In first letter a* to price lo.
eta/ea trouble and service in the place of which it shall was and irrade' of Umber
We went immediately to the postoffice to ascertain the was cation term
One Copy. One T..ar.........-,,..'IOO best serve the common good: to call I Catts had'reeeived formal complaint .'Address Box 1041, Orlando Fin. h
One Copy. Three 8lr Month-MonthT.r.__....... 1.00..7aAll informed by the postmistress that, acting upon legal advice, she had held up them. 'This calm determination could against houses of prostitution in Pen- Sl-6t-pd) N

i One Copy the paper and wired the department at Washington, giving the text of'the advertisement not exist were it not for the 'confidence sacola admitting sailors and marines, ,. WANTKD eight to year buy a old.work H. B horse Hudson, notover ,,1

authorised communication correspondent* except: mult from our oelned and had been instructed to forward a copy of:the paper through of the nation in its institutions: In and' the promiscuous selling of 'liquor I. .or call on Npl.on,R..Jty Co. ,

by the writer. this confidence I. found the to navy men stationed there. '
public e
could decision.
render
the mails before ''they a FOR $ALE800yearold! Seedling
'not be returned .
Rejected matter will I' The charges, made by Secretary of "raw frul' T ea. Prl". lie each. C. l
f selective service law
unless called for. __ Knowing that t through this process it would'take at least until Mondayor very spirit 7> Daniels .hl.msejf H. Punk Klaalmmee, Fla. "ZI.tr'DWF.L'r..JNG8
the'NavyJoa ,
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phus
"The, moat:sacred rights of country -I '
yi i ." .Entered... P' orldsa..econd-cass In tb* Potofnce at matter.Klsslm) Tuesday to get a decision, we sent, 'Senator Fletcher a night letter'' 'ui home and family are entrusted for direct to Governor Catts, were sweeping Tiller.: for .rent. .Apply" to M.AUTOMOR1I.R ;

i' plaining our position and stating that the advertisement had been 'wired to adjudication to local citizens and officials 1 alleging:; that on one occasion

AUGUST 3,1817' the department( and early Saturday morning 'issued a circular explaining: nominated by state governorsand more than '\fifty sailors were seen in Pocket alee ROAn Florida MAPS Auto ONLY Read 25e.-

one house through open wlndowlI.eerou.inc Map, complete and newest edition.
appointed by the president. The
our position.' Offer for short time. only. On sale atValley
What Has become of the old fashioned About noon Saturday. Senator Fletcher advised us that the departmentdid roost equitable rules that could be devised and dancing with nude Oatrtte of II.". IQtfORNKRAL
advertisements have been prescribed for guidance women; : : FARMING I* profitable In'
who that)
ii man says not have the information and requested 'us to .send it in. 'We then got these'| Tho Pensacola officials were- not Florida. To know Florida'. poaslbllltle '-
and the administration of
'read Te for live tock and poultry
are-: never tLe Congressman Sears, who it here on a visit'to wire the full'text "of the advertisement -' rules and the sacrifice 'that is offered removed nor threatened with removal ral growing.lnir. .dairying read, the, fruit Florida and Farmer truck

'1 give the'boys of Company B a over his signature to Senator fletcher, and later in the afternoon. by your neighbors. is entrusted in your but were told to clean up the city. and Homeaeeker. Six month trial

time for sor received the'follawing'reply > "oIi-'. I ""' 1 l' Q'.A+ Jned..tA..t.f.I! .,Jo..aew..paP.J\: iYpb,! '. dirFlat1AAr'arlner. an MM* eARdR'!
send ofTPlenty ;
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.. .mm. !! !! mtmnMu. ttti,, im\m\ **mfmmmim N with Governor Box 860 J.
I 't1d''Vv !. ptjrUtWtH\ fib'f41.; .' .OFFICE< l From Everyone a Sacrifice I I![men after the interview I..m..t.ek..r..!:: k.onnliFOR !
DEPARTMENT JUST INFORMED ME INFORMATION Catta.
a "From everyone is demanded a sacrifice : .
furnUhed)
Sanford Is to have a fiber factory RECEIVED-REGARDING TROUBLE AT KISSIMMEE AND IT HAS but there Is'one thought to be flat RF.NT-A with: modern three-room convenience W.

aft for making up the switch grass and .. BEEN SUGGESTED YOU WITHDRAW PAPERS BLOT OUT ADVERTISEMENT kept always. in your mind.. The !sel- NAMES AND LOCATIONS H. Harris OaKette of nee.. ltf

palmetto I into brooms and other arti AND REDEPOSIT PAPERS IN ORDER TO SAVE' YOU ectsd man offers his life. -There is ARMY AND GUARD' CAMPS FOR cab,BALE in rood I-condition.Tfef else l wicker Price reasonably. baby. "

cles.. If these two products of Florida TIME." no greater giving than this; and that Inquire at. ff0 Bryan St. .!!!!'
The and locations of the national -
.y could be successfully eommerclali.z. thought should guide you always. name FOR 8A _A new "100 Holton Ttftrl-
think what it would add to the wealth The expense to do this with our equipment would have been prohibitive, There may be a few who will urge army cantonments and. the na-> 'tone i-nnrt blast Horn ankh and .,case void for plated$8(5.( bell.fill v.J.... .

could the claims for exemption or dischargethat tional guard mobilization camps areas M. Huffman St. Cloud Fla. SS-tf
of the, state. but we found that we clip out advertisement without too much
'0 ,_ , :whatever may be your Inclina- follows: nil '
f" trouble and FOR AAI.Aw..t potato vines,
in France are expense. tions of sympathy affection, you National army cantonments-Camp kinds finest In town also new corn t"
The'American troops Monday morning, presented Senator Fletcher telegram at the and fodder for snip. *IB Oak atrnett
said to be fast learning to throw we post- will know ought not to be granted. It Deven Ayer Mass.; Camp Upton Miss lllckerdlke's farm In Klsalmmee >
bombsand grenades, .and many of office and asked that the papers be turned over to us;but were informed that will strengthen you to remember that !. Yaphank. L. I.; Camp Dix, Wrights- . Fla. J. B. Holland. 88-lt

a them have already outdistanced their nothing could be donewithout explicit instructions from the department.We for every exemption or diecherge.that" town, N. J.; Camp Meade, Admiral, FOR 8ALR-Household goods' suitable
for light housekeeping apartment
tF teachers. .That's no more than we ex-: asked that the postoffice co-operate with us by wiring for instructions, but Is made for individual convenience or Md.; Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va.; I 1:, E.' Wells 104 roaslel Ave. SS-tf
to loss of Camp Jackson Columbia S. C.; Camp '"
;yt petted. 'Don't'eVe.., American kid were informed we would have to 'do this ourselves.' This we accordingly did escape personal money or Ga. Sherman Miss.; Camp Beauregard: Alexandria,
Gordon Chamblee Camp
bet. property, or for favor or affection ;
how to throw a ball before
know
old? !and Monday afternoon the papers were turned over to us. the objectionablematter some other man whose time would not Chillicothe\ Ohio; Camp Taylor, La.; Camp Kearney Linda Vista
five years Cal.; Camp Fremont, Palo Alta, Cal.
t deleted and the papers remailed. otherwise have come, must incur the Louisville, Ky.;, Camp. Custer Battle .

4 'Tuesday August 7th,'is the day flx.ed That the postoffice department at Washington was not sure of its risk of losing his life. Creek, Mich.; Camp Grant, Rockford, DELINQUENT TAX LIST
in the i "There can be 'no room for hesitation 111.; Camp Pike, Little Roek, .Ark.;
on which the,voters residing ground is attested by the fact that they "suggested. instead of "ordering. SHOWS BETTER BUSINESS
in such Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa; Camp ,
a case.
Okeechobee
of __
proposed new county the advertisement be blotted and than '
'that out, was nothing
more a compromise
Kans.:
P. hall at the poles their will The Nation Comes First Fanston Fort, Riley, ;; Camp That better' business conditions '
express Those familiar verdict after all., -And the further fact that the Tampa Daily Times "Another fundamental thought is Travis, San Antonio, Tex.;' Camp
for or against the creation. exist here is 'evJd need the list or
by M
with conditions say there is no printed the full text of,the matter objected to in a news story on its front this: You are hot a court for the adjustment Lewis, American Lake, Wash. /IJ->
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doubt that the voters will approveS page Monday afternoon,-running the gauntlet of both the postoffice at Tampa of differences between two National guard mobilization camps delinquent city tax, published in this,
;f will be persons in controversy. You are Camp Green, Charlotte, N. C.; issue of the Gazette. The list is considerably "r
the measure. The new county and the local postoffice, would lend the opinion that "a mountain has been ]
of the in Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg S..C.; shorter than lists of the two
composed of portions of St. Lucie, agents government, engaged ,
made of a molehill; and that the Gazette has been put to'a great deal of ;
Palm Beach and Osceola counties, and selecting men for the government, Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga.; Camp previous years, so says City Clerk i' ." ('I
a its county seat will be located at trouble, and considerable expense,-which might 'have been avoided by. justa and there is no controversy. You, McClellan Anniston, Ala.; Camp R. Gilbert, and compares very favor 4'.

a Okeechobee. little cooperation'on the part 01.the postoffice. acting for.the. government, are to Investigate Sevier, Greenville, S. C.J: Camp ably with them. The 'millage this 'y -.

'. We regret the incident very much, and the publicity which was necessary each case in the interest of Wheeler Macon, G/u; Camp Logan, year was two mills lower than the rate ."eY >

of land south the nation and never in the interest of Houston; Camp Cody: Deming N. assessed last year and whether this ,i r
,; A 670-aere tract just to set the Gazette! rightwith its readers. Nor do we,wish to be under '
individual. is not' Mex.; Camp Doniphan, Fort Bill, rate will prevail for the comjng'year-
There
of Kissimmee has just been sold to an one exemption
p stood 'as'censuring' the postmistress for having done what she '
be
conceived
who will convert it into a hog to or discharge in the law or Okla.; Camp Bowie, Fort' Worth, will be decided, of course, )1)1") the City ,

_, parties:ranch stocking it ''with Duroc Jersey her duty in holding up the paper. but we do f el': that the' same ends could regulations that is put there for the Tex:; Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, I Council when they meet a* an equalization ' .' i

_ wine. First, ''however, they will have been gained in a co-operative. way and" all the trouble.. and publicity benefit' of any individual. AH a* Ala.; Camp Shelby,, Hattiesburg, _,.;. Board,. the first of S'.ember"lliho.t\/'I'.: : '':' {
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avoided ' : there for the benefit of the nation and .
grow feed crops sufficient to fatten I' 'U.i! - - - . !w..t F F"nr ,
the bogs' With the rapid increase in (" .. .'.,,; .',Ii"' l' ; to the end,that 'that the whole nation : : "

the hog raising' industry\ and the L ' ''; >J ii;I'" tf4'),1' ,.,..t*\,'i i>rvjietKKSQ'sws'stinii' / _3---*'*;' maybe a'' team in which'each' man "' : 'W .. . ",r)
greatlyincreased acreage and yield an opportunity'forllworld j l(? /rservicesinaiding j that their crops might not be as sale- shall play the part of which he is beat PLUMBING SHOPS '

should sufficient to arrange a permanent peace able at good prices if transportationto fitted.' *
S of corn Florida: produce -
built on justice liberty and ( market were lacking. Under such
hog and hominy to supply all Democ "Therefore no one has a vested

", lame) demands and have a large surplus racy.WE an impression, producers would be disposed right by himself, or by attorney, to FQR SALE .j
MUST WIN-defeat is inconceivable t osell,to the speculators at low ,
left over to ship to other states: urge,by argument or pleading his Individual '
-Times Union. -it would be indescribably prices.Mr. case upon you. You shall ;,

t' unfortunate if it were possible. We Skelly has had assurance that rigidly exclude this. Ordinarily you On account of other interests I am offer,
cannot allow foreign nation to determine satisfactory will be
have already any arrangement should act on the affidavits. If- you
of 'Melbourne "
,I The people raised $20,000 for a bridge the destiny of.the United made for the movement 'of Florida desire more information you may proceed ing my Plumbing Shops and Fixtures for

States-especially sv nation committed fruit and vegetables both from Food it. If doubt 'af
to get you the
S.aerou the Indian riwsr,to connect sale at a bargain. Only exclusive plumbing v
as Germany Is, to military government Commissioner Hoover and the Interstate fidavits you may interrogate other
Beach.
+! Melbourne with Melbourne
.; The,.completion of a new short route and militarism. Commerce Commission.It persons. If you desire more proof, shop in Kissimmee, and is a 'good

highway from klssimmee to Melbourne Neither can we afford to hare our probable that the citrus crop you may get It. But no claimant hasa proposition for any one desiring an
which is In prospect an allies overcome-that. would bring of the entire country: will be short this right to'submit other proof than
us the disasters of defeat or the Reports from California established business. 9 f
added incentive. because it is desired upon year. say that called for by regulations or than a
to afford the people of that sectionof burden of carrying on the war alone. .that owing to the'damage from abnormal that you may call for. "
We are in the war by action of congress and extreme heat the citrus "There should be no rules like
the state access to an Atlantic LR. L. STARLING Kissimmee Fla.Justpbnttlte
beach ''resort. Bach a structurewill :-,the .only body' authorized to crop it is thought, will be fifteen to those of court procedure, no technical .
take'the nation into war. The quick. twenty thousand short.
be of great assistance in helping: to ears rules in evidence. You should proceed _
t develop Melbourne St. Augustine, est way to peace is to go straight The Florida crop will be below nor to investigate cases about which

Record, through' supporting the government mal this year, though in many sections you are not' satisfied exactly as you

This highway referred to is now alive in all it undertakes, no matter how the heavy. June bloom, brought as an individual, would proceed to

Issue, In Osceola.county and theresidents long the war lasts or. how much.it but by the spring rains, will materially inform yourself of any fact about

from the St.: Cloud road district costs.WE increase the yield. which you are in doubt. [ : Better
MUST WIN. ' is
petitioned the board of county "Last of all, it important to say
t commissioner at the last election it Any discord or division after; the PLOWING WITH TRACTORMADE a word about your own sacrifice. The ;

l; will be remembered to call a $276,000 government has acted, would prolong HERE IN KISSIMMEEJ. place to which you have been called at.ll'nme.-i Results-

+ bond election for this road. the war and increase its cost in money la one.which_110 man" wouldeeLdave : i:

..If-this-could- .accomplished andjnen,- ....Bryan-e: *- : ."J. Grtffin; prominent auto and I in the performance of one of the Less Labor ,

;' would do more than give this section garage man of Kissimmee .and Osce- highest patriotic duties. j( WITH
to'the Atlantic beach. It NO CAR SHORTAGE "There is net, in a real sense, any _
easier access old county, together with his son, '
I Miami and other cities of ., remuneration. Because thousands of
; would bring 1'.E
and Walter both
Thomas .S
Elmo, experienced
citizens urged that members of local ,
South Florida one hundred, ,miles .General Sales Manager Skelly, of mechanics have evolved
a e
+, nearer.: the Florida Citrus Exchange authority tractor that is a wonder in its way. boards of should not be their placed in a position fOR BETTER GARDENS ,. .
performing grave duties
c' t for' the statement that cars Deriving its power from a twocylinder Better result because only
for th eregulations provide finest selected
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pay seeds from prize .
WE. MUST.. WIN sufficient to move promptly the ,fruit opposed gas engine through a that' ordinarily the service shall be winning. strains are used. They 1 .
and vegetable of Florida dur- complicated set of this machinein .r. .properl" spaced In this tls-
crops gears, uncompensated.' Because it wee not. It. / Cu. paper tape which' absorb
''Those who, before the United ing the coming season will 'be sup: practical demonstrations, made ti and hold mollture, clrlnir
desired that any man' be prevented quicker and better sermlnatlon
States entered the war, thought it be tvter plied growers as needed., both with a cutaway harrow and a from rendering the service by the necessity "SJrs and labor healthier because plant life. Less

.. to remain' neutral and postpone There) has been someapprehension, plow, has showed a remarkable for earning his daily bread, a : row at a time you, and plant no thinning a wholeI !

until after the"-war: the settlement of among fruit nad vegetable .men over I adaptability to any class of farm orroad small remuneration was provided. I -'I.. 4 proper: spacing,; In the on tape.,," u More I

,differences:with belligerent nations, the state that difficulty might be met. work where it might be needed. needs economical, because absolutely
'The nation needs men and t. no waste of *eed.
will| have no difficulty in, recognizing in securing cars, owing to the freight 1 The tractor, as it' has been developed, them quickly. The hours will then belong' 2 Pakro flMrttaps is made by the
t the change in the situation caused by congestion generally prevailing and in : exhibits a power equal to ten normal absorbing. + An.rtrsn HMKIIIP. Co. M t
and the work The l tlrd Bl.. New Y.rk ('t;. n"i I
'; ,our own nation's entrance into the view of the demands on rolling stock horses the gasoline consumption:: is and .I Tour dnlrr, filet. Ite DM- .,
duty is'always to take never to pee.aa :
,
j' war. Had we 'remained neutral wemight that Will be made in the movement of. remarkably economical, and the extreme five, and human nature I. such' there 1

have: been able to act as media troops and supplies by the ,national' ease with which the powerful 'will be.little'praise1 and some blame. "

ator'--and' thus, rendered important government.. machine is operated speaks well for
The sacrifice of of those whose
y many Chas W. I Griffin
v Mrriee to'th.. world. In entering the Indications hay not been'altogether, the mechanical .ingenuity of its designers me.are to be' decidd'is no 'greater .

?y, war, however, we" surrendered that opportunity lacking that '.p culatol'l. in Florida I and constructors. Or the large than that' of'the men who'are to decide -

and incurred the enmity of products': were unduly'emphasizing the lot in the rear of the Valley Gazette them; and your: only,rward'must J. Roberson. 1'i

t the central powers., A new' situation, possibility of a car shortage next'faJll building, its operation during the put be',the knowledge that,. at Peat per.

'therefore*.,confront us.' .We must not and winter, it Was stated at the meeting few days has drawn a large audience, sonal sacrifice you'ire mdering your \ Sanitary Market '&I Grocery

't''t imly protect ourselves from those who : ''Their object: In doing this obviously I and congratulations sue being poured. country an indispensable service in a

t :'rtoaovhourestesate.; but.inu.t' find 1 would be to lead growers> to fear,ttd .1:Iin upon the owner of It. matter.of,the utmost moment.. *.

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More Shoes received this week makes it possible to fit you 'up in. most: any kind of : '

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Next week we will have on diTAKE. A LOOK SPECIAL, FOR SATURDAY" ; '


play a large assortment Towels at those 98c ,House' Dresses in the AH. $1.00 Shirt Waists togo :: IA

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that will be big bargains. window; are regular $1.50" values for :.

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I I Mrs. Preston M. Smith of Jacksonville Miss Anne Bryan Carson returned able fire fighting apparatus as they

is spending the' week with her Monday from Live Oak where she was DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT could carry, answered thecall of the

mother, Mrs. E. L. Green. the guest of relatives. neighbor city. Car after car of citl-! >;;
Gra.ystoi\e' Casino tens swelled the crowd and rendered
ST. CLOUD CALLS KISSIMMEEDEPARTMENT
Miss Ethel Gilbert left Monday for 'Keds," the white shoes that'all the such assistance possible. That
as was
DeLand, where she will be the houseguest school girls like; ,,SPECIAL $1.39, limited made
water 'supply firs fighting */
of Miss Jewel Tatum 'school 'Dollar Limit Stored
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practically useless however and
Matinee, 3:30., ; Evening, 7:15, mate Rev. H. D. Reaves of Apopka, occur the conflagration literally burned its

I' ..MarjrAcl&erman I: : _whohasbeen_ __ pied the pulpit at the Methodist Tl\>e sleeping people were awakened\ self out. Stores and stocks'and otherbaiidlngirwrihtf"estimated '
Bt* w r warfiwa * lrsratcSuulday--;nthonbunre.nf; ; .Rey; l valu"o&
--Progralfi"M"for--W+ e+ lfAi: 6th" i guestor! Mrs.:Kussel uf'h'er otieqn l''rtda' 'Iti1Qhl"6boiif"llT"b'djoclC"by the .
Main'Street returned to' her home .C. H. Summers :' ominous sound of the fire.whittle, 'and $100,000 were'destroyed.; '

MONDAY TUESDAYA in,New Jersey this week. ", Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Overstreet and ,. they listened with baited breath for Both sides of Penn avenue, between,
RED' FEATHER PHOTOPLAY Metro Pictures Corpn. Presents ; family motored to Oak Island Thursday the signal to announce the ward Tenth and Eleventh street, were,

Tide 1* B* Announced . Emmy WehJen in Miss Elsie McCoskey.was the guest ; and attended a fraternal picnic. I where this destroyer of property wad practically swept clean;,The fire,started .

Later THE, TRAIL OF.THE SHADOW", I this week of Mrs Pat Johnston and held by the I..0.0. P.,, II'at work but no llrDaleamo, -only'the on the east Ide ot the' avenue from #
Miss Elizabeth Donegan at their prolonged blast of the cyron followed some unknown cause. The postoffic
WEDNESDAY pleasant summer home at Fish Lake. E. H. Eggersgless left Sunday night I and building
(by a pause then more blasts. The first every was destroyed up-
Jessy L. La.ky'Preseab Also a 'Mrs.' George Donegan'left today for for his' former home in Milwaukee to I effect was terrifying: for unknown to Porter's real estate office near the'
Loa TeUf an in "MUTT &: JEFF" CARTOON spend the summer. He made the trip I seemed corner of Eleventh street and ore the
Indianapolis, Ind., to' visit with. hereon peril to menace the city but a >
"THE LONG TRAIL" COMEDY Musto Given and family. She via Baltimore 'and Washington. I glance at the eastern sky showed the west side of every building with the
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FRIDAY expects to return the first of October. M. Tiller and Will Mason Tiller returned I; glare where two blocks of St. Cloud's exception\of Riggans' grocery. .
THURSDAY home from Daytona Beach, most substantial houses were vanishIng The fire''' broke''out about 1 o'clockthis
Greater Vitafraph Presents Mrs. T. M. Blackburn and ''Don
Fox: Film Corpa..Present in son where they spent several days with in smoke. morning. A telephone call ,to>
Antonio Moreno
aId, left for twomonths'
Valeska Snrratt in OF THE HILLS" Wednesday a the.other members of the Tiller'family The Kfssimmee volunteer fire department Kissimmee brought,the fire-fighters'' of
"-WI FEN g., TWO" "A SON' visit with her parents' Mt. echo are spending a month at that armed .with as, much port- that, community here In automobiles,
and Mrs. M. D. at Savannah
; Dunwody -
resort. and they did some good work. Many'of '
SATURDAY Ga. i E. & W. Shirts, no fade; QualityStore. the buildings which were destroyedwere
About twenty members of the Bar- -
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Famous Player Paramount Pre Abo"CACTUS Mrs. Stanley Bullock, Jr.. left I of frame construction and burned -
Class of the Methodist church of
aca '
NELL" Wednesday for Hendersonville where ,Hon.,N..C. Bryan; made business rapidly.
Reid and Anita
scats Wallace King Sanford motored to Kissimmee Sunday
Comedy she will be "the house guest of her .trip to St. Augustine this week> Following is a list of the building
I. "THE SQUAW MAN'S SON" A Two Reel Keystone ; ,and visited the Baraca class "
parents Mr. and Mrs:. C. W. Grifnn the local church during the 1)tJ Arthur E. Donegan spent several destroyed and the 10..1.i

;who have a cottage there. school hour.. This was a courtesy re- days in''Jacksonville this week on business1. Smith's two-story building $$5,000

. ADMISSION Sam Jones says there is no more turning the visit of the Kissimmee Durham two apartment buildings

... BALCONY 5 and 10 CENTS ORCHESTRA 10 and IS CENTS cruel thing for a'man,' to do than to Sunday school of some time ago. Misses Albina Smith, Lucy Wither- $10,000; C. J. Cummings two apartment

leave his family on charity. See G. spoon, Emma Yowell and Rhea Pher-: buildings $4,000; unknown, two

. PLEASE NOTE-Hereafter,oar evening-shows. will start at 7:15, ,instead M. Shearouse,.Jr.,-Room 9, State Bank Miss Mattie Bandy left Sunday for. igo left on an auto trip to Tavarea. apartments $3,000; Routhrock two
Old Me. attend the Christlon
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Orchard, $3,000 .J., Padgett, ,.one
apartments ;
of 7:00 o'clock.. Bldg., agent Franklin'Life- Insurance Thursday. .
Missionary Alliance Cenyentl n.
building. $1,600. Penn three buildings -,
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From there she will to Ocean Capt. Howard Katz and Lieut. Lee
go and apartments $10,000; Bleach,
:* .. Mr.< and 'Mrs. George N. 'Saunders Grove, New Jersey for 'visit with Jarreli visited Jacksonville'' and St building and apartment, $5,000; Hunt-

were here from,their home on Alligator relatives, then on to the New. York Augustine last 'week. Lieut. Jarrell singer one building and apartment.
: Lake Tuesday and Wednesday.' and other eastern markets. She will continued his trip to Jasper to visit
LOCAL ITEMSWeather II $4,000; Van Arsdale one building aDcJ'apartment !
I
I INTERESTING Geora-t-'b greatly improved In health,' be gone from home About five weeks.J. his parents before leaving with his $2,000; Lippincott bakery

but says he is not ready yet to give up J. wife and Mrs. company for Black Point. 2600., Total building losses, $58,600.
family
.. Buttertck Patterns at Quality Store. Griffin ; i-
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the."simple life.
of' Stockdale and son, and Mr. and Mrs. The Gazette deeply sympathizeswith : Estimate of loss on stock, 39926.
! Miss Kathleen Burns, Lough.man Florida Key Limes in packages of Robert Jones were a party that mo- our sister city St. Cloud, in her No lives were lost'and no one was?*
Report was the week end guest of Mrs.
fifty mailed to any address for fifty tored up to Lake Conway last night loss by the destructive fire with Injured..

. , : Nellie. Rogero.", ', i' ( center Compare this with the price oflemoni and enoyed the delightful bathing .in which she was visited last Saturday The ruins had not cooled before-,
< 11 sale ''"Kedsiv White Oxfords ',",' morning. But knowing the and '' of the-
,... !\\riv; N'" Special on and send postal'money order the lake. A light lunch' was afterwards pluck plans for rebuilding many
<' '' Following'are dally temperatures ; ; all sizes; long ..a they last to Tropical Fruit Co., Sanford Fla. I served A delightful time was energy of the ,St. Cloud people we structures were underway. Those*of*"

. and precipitations station al re- .' $1.39. Dollar Limit Store: 33-2t pd had by all. .. confidently predict that it will onlybe the owners who carried InauraneerwilC!!
< > ported by Government a short time till the Wonder City is to rebuild
at
proceed once.
I I at Klssimme In- he week end-! , Ralph Bearden who has been visiting The Gazette is in receipt of a'card W; F. Coachman ,of .,Jacksonville, wonderful than .
ing August 2,1917: home folks returned to. Fort from P. K. Weaver :who recently wentto president of the Consolidated, Land more "ever.J.
Mac Min. Rain B. Mills and his wife, of Winter "We- in war and bualnearIs
are a our
Myers Sunday. Atlanta to accept a position as assistant Company with D.;.T.,Gaines, manager
, Friday .____.93 70 Miss Florence Adams is expected national gank examiner. Mr. of the land department, also of Jacksonville Haven were week-end guests of Mr. to light;: Only a few.month ago I
...98 72 .60 and Mrs. Lyles Story. On -Monday heard would givemoney
p Saturday ; from for visit Weaver states, that he has Just completed were in Kissimmee this week people soy they
Sunday .__..95 70 2.15 tomorrow Kissimmee a the. party motored ,to'Winter Haven. potatoes and other things but:
with friends. Arcadia Newe.Miss a month's assignment in Ten on business.* Julian >Montsdoca of
Monday .___90' 71 nessee. \ Whittier manager'of the cattle Interests Messrs. Mills and Story expect to open would let someone else fight for them;:
Tuesday96 71 Louise Thomas left this up a shoe and notion store there about This .pawnbroker patriotism. .The- a
of the
Wednesday __94 74 2.03 week for Hendersonville N.< C., for a Mrs. O. B. Falls fell last Friday ferring with company them.A was here con the first of the month. Mr. MilU will foremost place in patriotism is that of

i Thursday ...95 70 vacation and a visit with friends.' evening tearing the ligaments of her be in,charge of. the store white Mr. the.American who actually goes,to
< foot loose and is finding great difficulty wire was received by S. L. Lupf or Story will still retain his connection face the shells and '
....0..0..0. See Dr. Davis for glasses for poor in walking about. She is scarcely Thursday bearing the sad intelligenceof :with the Story Store here as at pres-'dore. Roosevelt.,' 'cannon.Tbeo'I'
vision headache at his Lome office,
or recovered from an auto s'bOck. when the death of Mrs. Lupfers brother ,
I' Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought Lincoln House. Eyes tested free. several other members of the. 'familywere W", J. Aurand of Denny 'Colo. No .
Work guaranteed. 80-4t 411
injured. particulars- were stated In'the1 I
Master Benjamin Green''of'' Tampa : message
See Dr. Davis for glasses for poor but it Is supposed the death was '
L. Green.
la his uncle, E. Dewey Sumner .Sunday
visiting returned
vision headache at his home office .' ''
or a sudden one; Mrs. 'Lupf, It will
;
from McRae Georgia,where be
"American.Lady Corset. ," newest Lincoln House. Eyes tested. free. spend a few,weeks with his mothe wentto >, be remembered, left last week for Colorado Shoes Shoes! Shoes! '
and : 83-eow
ctyles. all guaranteed. '$1.00 up Work guaranteed. Mrs. L., C. Rogers. Mr. Sumner has to spend the remainder of the

at Quality Store. Mrs. Herbert Wichtendahl, Misses come to'Join his company of,U..S.'National cummer and was with her brother 'at .

Mrs. F. D. Shepard'was In Kisstmmee -. Cecil Rice of Tampa and Brunhilde Guards and will leave for Macon the time.of his demise.

Wednesday afternoon.-Halne. Whictendahl; of Gotha motored to Ga., on Sunday.: Captain and Mrs. H. M. Breaker; returned 'I
City Herald. .Orlando, Wednesday on a combined home' trom"Chattanooga last Spring and Summer Footwear.y: :
Mrs. R. O. Bowden' and two children .
Men's. Dress Shirts same old. price shopping and pleasure trip week in their automobile bringing as "
who have been the guests! of her
"
at Quality Store. Mrs.,William Peaks of KIs.lmmeearflvedSaturdar..n parents: Mn..and_.Mrs....M.Cosnr? ,: have their'guests'Mn.M. L. Meadors and We::Have..It!, ,,,, - ,::1 I
-:---'-Mrsr-CrJ."Warden-' Klssimmee -is-s ending the returned to her home in Leesburg Miss Pearl Mead r Of Chattanooga,
*' ristett-Jn-law ''Week guest relatives. The and Mrs. N. E. McDanlel of Rossville, Shoes for member the .
'Park,, is visiting her here the of Miss Jeanett Pirvatt accomruif,'ed the every oiV family. .
Mrs. A. M, Story. Standard McClenny. party to Leesburg,where she will be Ga. They made the trip by easy

Mrs. Sarah Prevatt left Tuesday for Mr. and Mrs. J. E.; Harvey, of the guest of her: sister Mrs.Byrd. stages stopping at St. Augustine, I
Daytona Beach and New Smyrna, and Complete array ofMen's
a month's visit; with her cousin, Mrs. Oviedo left yesterday for,Kissimmee, CoL Lewis O'Bryan returned home week the road. Capt.'
were just one on
Low Cut Summer'
Godbold at Bradentown. where they.will visit relatives for Monday from a visit to Jacksonvilleand Breaker states that they found the Shoes,; elegant. .

. Miss Alberta Hopson spent the several weeks.--Saturday Morning Tallahassee. He attended a meet- roads much better in Florida than in Footwear for Ladies Misses and Children '

week-end with her parents at Lees- Sentinal. ing of the judicial exemption board in Georgia or Tennessee.Dr. .
,3. Great Display of White Kid and
and ,returned home Monday; Sergeant Ward Estey of the Second Jacksonville where an organizationwas ;
; *. burg ol'the State Board .
\ C. T. Young
; Regiment band, fame over from New perfected. Headquarters. this Canvas Shoes.
Mr H. T. Bass and son left Friday Smyrna Wednesday to visit his mother board hereafter will'be in Tampa. of.Health, passed through the city the
for Kissimmee for several week's early part of the week on an Inspection .
before leaying for Gainesville to Mr. C. A. Straub of Allen county, ,
visit with friend*.-The OkeechobeeCall. tour of the state. Dr. Young
join the colors for mobilization.Mrs. Kansas who owns large land interests
stated that the very few cases of typhoid Straw Hats
who has been ..J.. B. Reese and Mr. and Mrs.J. In Florida, is 'spending several days .and intestinal troubles during 4
Prentia
Miss Muriel '
the guest of friends at Orlando for Reese. M. John.topand Johnston .of Kissimmee Master' James spent\ this S. Nelson.week in Mr.our city Straub the.visited guest of Floe A. the excellent past season sewage here system was; due that to our we- Most complete,variety. sizes shapes and

the past two weeks, returnedI> home Sunday in the city with relatives... ida "a number ef times in winter and were now'getting the interest back'on styles. U .to..the Minute Goods, ,Prices
,
Wednesday '
was agreeable surprised by.our' delightful
Monday Evening Reported-Star. money spent In immunity from thesedfaorderlll. ...
" :Z .. Misses'Ethel and Mildred Lee.left'tr''wteday Captain and Mrs. Clay Johnson returned summer climate. However he recommended ,Are Right.

1 '' for Arcadia fer a two weeks' this week 'from an extended County''Clerk'J. Lv Overstreet and that all fruits and other'commodities .

: visit with their sister' Mrs Z. N. visit in the southern.part of the state. his son.Murray returned Friday from exposed for sale :should:be screened.He .

', ,Parker. The>captain was 'combln i business: Jacksonville where he'.went on court stated that he had met with members i

',l: ". George Overstreet of Kissimmee with pleasure and visited Fort Laud. business. Mr. Overstreet combined of the city council and was.very H. C. STANFORD COMPANY. ,

: who recently enlisted in ,the Navy, erdale to inspect a large barge ,he pleasure with business by making the hopeful that a health department .

era, .pent: Thursday and:Friday with, his purchased recently.
, sister,Mrs. O.; 1.'Cook.-Dalne.' CityJIraM. her daughter, Ira./Lon'Daaci. Sh. Beach both'going to"Jacksonville. would' effectually'' ,take car :.of the ..

returned home via Daytona Beach. and returningpome.: health of the community.;, ,
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.sot THE KISSIMMEE ,VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. 'AUGUST 3.; 1917

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PRUNE CITRUS FOR MELANOSE ORANGE COUNTY GROWERS UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMENTALLAHASSEE
County Agents' Report WANT IRISH POTATO SEED GAINESVILLE !, '

The pruning experiments for the I Colh- of the Highest Rank
J High Moral, Intellectual Standards &e
ciii, FIIRJIIER control of melanose, carried out by the All\ in Orange County who are Interested catlon, Music Elrllrea-
Ed
Liberal Arts
Liberal Arts -Law Agriculture, Engineering -
Clay County: The corn and pig: University of Florida experiment'sta in the growing1'of Irish potatoes : ,'"Education; Graduate School elon, Phyelcal Education Art. Horn
Economlce.
". club, boys enjoyed a'! four-days' camping ,. tion for several :years,'is showing satisfactory , either fall or spring; crops or Send for Catalogue and Views Writs for Catalogue and Book o< Views '.
. SELLSFire trip to Kingsley* Lake in July* results.,, The experiment began both have been called; to meet at the ,28-lSt A. A. MURPHREE, Pres. EDW. CONRADI, Pres. '
The trip 'was worth a great'deal to with two prunlngs a :year, Janu- offices of the Orlando Board of Trade, ...
,
the boys personally and to the future ary and mid-summer, but because Saturday, August 4th, ai 10.. m. : '
+ Life Accident and interest in agriculture. The boys much of. the fruit is usually 'I left on The call wa sent out by SecretaryFred '! t.. ...... . .. ............. .. ....... ... ............

Health Lia- over the county were brought in closer the tree during January, that prun- I M. Allen this morning'' .
Plate Glass, touch with each other, a comrade ing has been omitted for the last two I In order to plant it is going'to be D.C.WagnerlflsuranceAgencytad

: bility and Boiler Insurance. ship in work was formed, and a greater :years.In :I necessary .to bring about thorough cooperation -
enthusiasm for their work ,was speaking of the results, H. E. from the very beginning.
Legal Bonds Executed created. Stevens of the station, say: "The Flagler County is already sending a Floor Citiien Baak Bldt-, Phoae,No. 30.:

summer pruning has given very good man to Aroostock county, Maine to
Same Day Needed.'' Duval County: At least eight new results in reducing the amount of injury locate a seed supply. Orlando has The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Go

hi r silos have just been'eompletej! In this from attacks of melanose and some rood boosters in the,, roostock WE REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK, HARTFORD .
county, all of which are being filled has not resulted in any perceptible injury country and it is probable that if the AND MANY'' OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE

OFFICE: State Bank Building with corn that,is yielding from twelveto or shock to the trees.., The sum grpwcrs' desire that ''someone there COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., .

eighteen tons of silage to-the acre. mer pruning U probably more con- may be ''In'ducedi to assist in locating, AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE,

1 The dairymen Around Jacksonville are venient for the grower since it'can be seed. LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH AUTOMOBILE, TORNAIJO- i
..o..oo..ooo.oO'OOt... awake to the necessity of either.growing done at a time when other duties' of All crops are going; to be expensive BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive

? M. TILLER. their feed or quitting business. the farm are not so pressing and when to plant and the spud( crop will be 'no t
labor 'cheaper and more readily exception. In'' order to realize prop- f InsuranceALSO '
; Real Estate Agency. I'I Santa Rora County The campaignto available." erly on the investment all who intendto f ...
eradicate the cattle tick js taking( I BONDS AND LIABILITY: *
July closes the season In- which plant must co-operatr'along; many i
4 '\\\\\\\\\N\\eN\a\\e\\\\N\\-1 ahold of in : IN THESE
the farmers this'count1 DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION
for is .
summer pruning melanose rec- uj "I| otM (qunoa &m u] 9uo.iC.i9Agsaun
okt :
and
Realty bought At least one hundred attended the ommended. AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION. i
,
Houses rented. last mee lng'f .the county, commissioners - Everyone in the county who is interested .......O. ........ ..... ... . ....O. ... ...O..Ot..:
;; Taxes paid and Titles verified asking for appropriations for horticulture,"etc;" In addition"''to the is asked'to"attend"the'meet- .

d for non-retidents. building dipping vats. office "equipment\; small laboratory lng'

,;, Fire, Life and Accident InS II.being fitted for the purpose of carry The ,demand for potatoes abroad FOR SALE---CASH PREFERREDOne

,S surance. Suwannee County: On July 9, six ing.on minor agricultural(,teste and and in this'eountry will easily offset

I Indemnity Bond, thousand cane ordered from the AmerIcan analyses. the increased acreage in the spring. block of five'' Lots in foulh Part of Town. 250
Can Co. May 14,were delivered.We .
Y+ .ee.e. ........ .... ...... could use twice,that number but Dade County! A. T. Carter of Ken There are j thousands of, acres of land foot front 208 foot depth., Rich Muck Soil 'adapted for

.Y OMOOOOOOOr ... ... ... ... it'is too late now'. to order them. By dal offers the services of his registered in suited the to county potatoes available as the Hastings and fully sec-as Banana or, Truck Growing. Eighteen inch fall to city
this order, farmers have saved two Jersey bull and his registered Du-
tion. The crop will become a great ditch., Make your: home pay for itself.,
r ._ ;= CW O : Bx,41d.t tslfiuJ1? l S.t..Rt..J.-.s 'r2C ..", t\;, to' ony'ne In tM _a.e.tIif .
RiFFIN cans, and many dollars worth of food. unt r'tel. MrrCarter has .oIlOWea f' .:#:p p..dJf"Jn.\b\ iRIIIIl.Wpal.W"Star. .,: *?***??** '*" ""A'WI "#VALlfYGAZETTf. =--

this liberal policy for' several ;years.

:' Staple and FancyGROCERIES Escambia Cou'nty: The pig-club --.--. .. .--
'. boys are interested in their work and Dade County: One farmer has fifty TJCKS REDUCE FARM,VALUES
.
their pigs are doing nicely. We are acres of Para grass that I is doing; well. -' .
having showers daily and. aweet.po in one of 5eldV\Rergr6ss'- Ur' -1" tmera"Hvlnr'In "/; counties'*where .. ]

tatoes are being planted as fast sis feet high and is a perfect stand. official tick eradication work has not R.:: S. FLOYD
Razorbacks extince in been'inaugurated,,who have appliedfor
vines can be secured. While the cropis are becoming
Free Delivery to all Part being held'back by the shortage of Dade County, and the scrub cow is loans from the Federal farm loan Dealer In
of the City : bank, having1, their farm valuations,
are
vines, there are more potatoes now going the way of the buffalo in the, ? S
planted in .this county than ever be- West. scaled down by the bank officials, witha Groceries Grain
and FeedV
.. Ot fore. --.1..0 consequent reduction. in amount of Hay, ,
,I ,_-_-__ Hernando County: A half-mill tax loans obtainable.: "
W. BI.: Crawford Lee Jarrell Taylor County: Much interest is has been levied for agricultural pur The following telegram is self-ex- Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.

J CRAWFORD & JARRELL' 'being shown by the pig-club boys to planatory: ".Columbia, S. C., W. E.

.ATTOHNEYS-AT-LAW see.who can produce the heaviest pig Baker, secretary-treasurer, Chacala Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed'
Of flees i 4. 5. 6, and 7 Citizens at least cost. The boys' pigs willav- poses.Magnolia N. F. L. A., Gainesville, Florida.

a Bank Building erage at eight months, about one hun- Balm From applications .now before us we

Kiasimmee ''r Florid dred and find no official steps are being,taken ,, __ _
ninety pounds In one !lec. -- 7- S d .=f' __ _'_ _ T !u S'7
FACE ,
LIQUID POVDER.'The } to eradicate __ : ; ;
n'your cattle tick.
tion of the ,cou'l1ty; where crops were county .. '.'
.T. M., RIVERS. M. D. beauty secret of .. .
-
held back during the summer drouth, Unless assurances are given that this r-
PHYSICIAN and SURdEON a splendid growth has been made since women' who knowh'owto will be done it will affect valuations .1. .
1t"' take care of the Com- \ve can allow on offered Stout
Office over Osceola Pharmacy the rains began. property by Lumber Co. .
"phone Residence II '':; plexion. Cannot bt- you. Please sign promptly.
Office 14(. detected. Heals Sun- SUCCESSORS TO MAY-STOUT LUMBER 00.
Gadsden County: One demonstration (Signed)
.. bum;etope Tan. Soothing .
of this 'i' F. J. H. Von : 1 DEALERS IN .
plot corn in county gives '" cooling refreshing.Pint. Engelken, Pres.
C., F. THRASHER promise of a yield of one hundred r WA/h.R. .Red The bank officials also look with ,
75....,'DItIo.r'.II/1. cL YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS
SHEEt METAL WORKER bushels to the acre. disfavor on any let up in the tick
Sample (cither color) for 2c. Stamp.
eradication campaign until the county : '
M.tul Roof Para..
*, in this county the second week In r as is evidenced by the following tele-
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fHOHE
Y I4 -R KISSIMMEE, FLA
July caused much damage. One good gram: 'Columbia, S. C.July 10, : Novelty Works in Connection ..
bull and several hog-S..were killed by 1917, Harry Roe, secretary-treasurer,
DR. W. W. CARSON lightning. There is'not a. man in the Coldwatsr-N. F. L. A., Milton, Fla. It i* our pleasure to fire yon estimates at all times..

DENTIST county,'in town or out, who does'not Just returned from Washington and Courteous Attention and Prompt Delirery.

Office over Pilley Building have a war garden. (GARDEN find letter relative to tick eradication
Phone
OfFle Hours: 'I-II. 1-I work In': your county. We''cannot'make 21 Kissimmee, Fla.St'ateBan'k..
Offle 'Phon 1(1 Residence 'Phone I Baker County 1 T farmers have ,
6s.. Administered for Extraction .( SUPPLY YOU loans in counties where tick eradication "

'". Vy T..tb.,__.. .I,'1.',<.lhi., """..Sidb+Ct"" "', bought all of' ,the purebred hogs in the work is 'obstructed except on materially to. to.-I' ": , ji
countyTandthe'countyragent ha. orders i I14tlnn.a 1 reduced lba'slerlp 1V your"-organization ,, : ,,

, .0. ... KJUBBfr W. J. 3TBKRIBBS. : for twenty more' which will be .. wish to profit by farm loan
!t .& STEED bought from the State FarnT"1n Brad- act it is to your interest to see that .
ford County. 'The fanners in this .
ATTORNEYS AT.LAW ; ::'0" this work is continued.
Oral business of all county have grown lots of hog feed z. s. (Signed) .
t kinds glen\ edi"I.'i9' '
prompt attention.! and are arranging pasture for raising ",.1i/g/ ,' !, F. J. II. Von Engelken, Pres."
.
Office 11 and IS State Bank BidsKlsslmmee . more hogs as fast as possible. "\ J :.. If eradication of: cattle fever ticks

8. Florida. GARDEN nd fl L is essential to safe investment of Fed .
St. Lucie
County The '
:
county ? eral farm loan bank funds, it is just of Kissimmee
Pat J.tin.ton O. 'p. Oarreti agent has just moved 'into the new .
'SEEDESPECIALLV as essential for investment of funds
JOHNSTON GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW office building that was erected for I I borrowed elsewhere or taken from
his exclusive use. It is being fitted The of the world
ADAPTED owner's resources. The hazard to the
r up with all the necessary furniture !' eyes
'FOR YOUR STATE.FREEC rattle industry, necessary to profitable
Office 10.11 and 12 Citizens Baal and fixtures. A part of the equipment .
Building I farming, is the same.
is a small library containing books on -
.
Klaalmmee PU.J. all phase of agriculture, such a* ag |7 OUR INSTRUCTIVE CATAttffl r are on -the man who ,

A..TROVILLION. M. D. ricultural chemistry, soils, fertilizers. AND WEEKLY PRICCUSTT"SCNDFOR.Trien (l'
CANCEIIGGOiTRE to dairying, eeding, of stock," forage t TO-DAY' Free
TUMORS and
} DISEASES OF THE SKIN. crops, breeds of animals, nisect affecting :
Orlando Office-Boardman Building, plants, fungus bacterial 1 LEAltARTINSEEDCftJACKSONVILLE. ( t 48' '
ft to'11 ..' m. diseases, of plants, encyclopedia of I
Winter Park Office-2 to 4 and 6 : .!!LA, Page" SAVESPAUSE
.to 8 p. m. sepl 6mo p4 Book

wAll I .
:. LEWIS O'BRYAN

r -' ATTORNEYAT-LAW. the Fertilizer You Want
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r 't Waring BaH I ng.f t for a moment, young man,

-,:- ---- Goods "of--the same' J high i standard 'of give'a.'thoughtto: self. The

1 '"quality. that we have always offered. .
FOR RENTRooms'unfurnished : "The Modern Method problems that confront 'you 'now, or ,

-Houses unfurnished and and furn furnished.labed. I It.i!, true that in comparison with before the of Decorating' Walls" I will a few years hence., "

:Also city: properties, farms, citrus, ,
war times, prices are high, and certain material This Illustrated book,gives full .
trucking and erasing lands fer sale.THE Information and practical '' Look about yon-the men of affairs .in country, state, DatiOD-
ftffEREAllY, are scarce and hard to get;' but we have of the latest and eugflections best1- yes, la the world,' Ir. the men who started to save early in Iif.; ..
: PARLOR
for months looked ahead and provided for' this Idea on the decoration, of Interior '
MRS.SUMMERS, walla land ceilings It They hay the respect and confidence of tiie coamaait,. -
Manager. scarcity in a large measure, and can.offer you shows sr-au ..207 Base St., eor. Brack N. Kissimmee \ , colors designed leading artiste Then look OB the other side-at the fellow who spend all they .
block north of Christian ftlrlng exact specificationsfor
{Two ) church. '
obtaining harmoniouscolor make--they may hate ,a food time for a while, hot what does their
e. Our Same' Old Line 'of High Grade Goods : eflecte with, personality: reflect? \ ,

., J. W. THOMPSON / I I Le A dollar 'or so deposited this bank win be the
\W.We are alto headquarte r* for insecticide and nucleus of an honorable independent career.:

Funeral Director Make your beginning now- o la1. Your bank ,
fungicide'materials and the famous Deming '
,, book will pare the .aJ. '
and. Brown spraying out btu, either I large or smallWilson ."'lbe) Modern. Durable Sanitary 4
AND Flat Oil FlnUh." Capital stockResources ---_______-_ -__ ____ 100000.00
F :\ __ ,ever ._________________________ 400,000.00
LfCENSED EM BALM LRa &Toomer Fertilizer Co.'': Jt vtvey: oolora.wblofe hi whlt.ahda4dsy.rtoh'do act fad. .. Officer. sad Director: ,

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Aak tor fr..boos or write>fee it to

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jKti.lrris pia, BOM A.THOMAS Cashier :
tI II ceoia ',Hardware I Co,- ,
'' fta jMslee Itat Oeea Het ftffmt Tke Meal N. C. BRYAN, N. B.'CARSON., M.KATZ, .
t t s ., .,. ;-,Waters & I Carson Grocery ,Co.,, ,Local, ,Agents, II immee.Fla., ,, ;C. A. CARSON,, H. FLEMING, E.-U LESLEY'
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THE'. KISSIMMEE: GAZETTE ;FRIDAT, AUGUST 3, 1M7 ,.. '_._ .. ,-. ,StVBf.


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NOTICE I' fled and that now the matter was ... . ...,.. .. ..i..w'
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about concluded. Arrangement are
'I CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORInterest I '

being made whereby the lot will come EXCURSION R'ATES'

, under control of the and It is
glveti: city. pro,.
"Notice is hereby that the following described land. or .o much

:. thereof a* will be necessary to'P..Y'' the amount due fOr taxes h.reln fret oppo- In mission work of their posed to make it into an attractive lit: ,

u'" ', alto to,the same, together with the ClO.t'of such ale and adrertlaln, will be own denomination U I increaalnf rapid. tie park. Being directly alongside FROM KISSIMMEE j i I

sold at .public. auction on. the third,day of September. A. D. 1/1T. In front of Ijr in' Christian Endeavor societies of the station this will be the first place,

the CIl7 Hall door, at Kleelmmee, Count of Osceola, and State of Florida:
Florida among Congregational young noticed by ,travelers. cither alighting i ,',
Tax and $<< 65. New York $42,65 PtiilaMpliia : ;
at Klssimmee ;
I DESCRIPTION OF LAND. Owner. a Cost.Leonard. people. Instead of as in past>> years or passing throuah'j .

'. Haaa Addlttea giving all the program on monthly and it seems 'well worth while

t' Besr. SE Cor of Block 11. W of fty, material the place pleasing to the First
.. run ft, W 100 ft. 8 60 ft. B missionary topic evenings to eye. $50,40 Chicago, $40,15 GinciMtti :

. 100 ftN riO._......._.____........... ., F....!..:..._...._.-....111.65 Interdenominational in character, impression are) often lasting and a
74. ... Baa. ....*.*> ''l>lr af SMae-ka 1. .. visitor traveler will b .
44T.0.Ris.24 ..d1.tR_* work of their own church, is being or pleated if i

Addltl.a made prominent the first thing noticed after the trainman $44,40 St Louis

'lot and 7. Block 14._._._.._..__....Session*. D L .._...,___;.._.___.. ll.OJ .. has called Kissimraee is ,,
.......* Re-a.* DIv .. Lt 1..l At the state association, which mIn a pretty :

Para: * Payaa AdeJttaa Tampa April this year a young little park,' with tropical flowers and 31 \

Lot 11 .........__.......-.._.. ...__...QauMen. M'.....___.__._._._.__ I.TO was' organized shrubbery-TimesUnion.MIIIIIIIIIIMIHIIMMI. Tickets On Sale .Dally With Fleal Unit October .$st.?
.. H. P. De..abMa'Add1U.a people' department "

LoU 1 to 4 Inc; Block I"-__..-..__......Davidson. A"L .................. 18,85 with the writer of this communcatlonaa THROUGH SLEEPERS DINING CARS
Lot BNSTokr U--Bi5ck-U--runV8"fo"fCF'f6'' Warren, .........,"*'.___.. 1.11 I :
. Beg of young people' eecretarjr. This

A ......_*. Adaltlea work is'In Christian Endeavor, also Legal VIAAtlantic' J

r'SY 166 *.*. N Bim t **-....._-U..CarmlchaeL B P_.?_-.__...._..? 1111 schools but the latter were
WV4 Lot Block 6-_......_............Oaulden, M ._: ___-....; 4.10 Sunday as Coast Line i
Lots 7 Block 6 .1 IIHIIIII C. B. I Advertisements :
t Block 1805ot already in organized condition *
+
t > 1, t t..--..-..;f..Howard. John _I...II._I.......!. t.to .
Lot 8. Block 6.........................(]r..n. Mattls ___...i._.._.. ..... '.'0 taking most of our attention so far. i 11111 i tills Standard Railroad of the South \
k All Block 11 .---..------.-_-_-____..T..kln.on\ Bu._..______I____.. '11.45 Mission for Florida both home
All Block It................... are NOTICB: FOR BID*
1 .........Howard, John O ..-.__._.-.._... 11.01 '
Lot '.l Block 1 of"Lo"t"V"Block"lVVuns"'r'IIr'' M .-..-.-.----.::--r-..--,- ,.'1 and foreign, fitting the general topicsof For ticket and 'rcaerratloa call *. *
lien toW Cor Notice I. hereby given that the Council A. M. SMITH. J. G. KIRKLAND

HIS rl. B 45 rf. 8 ,76 fl. W 46 ft_.-.Acrss. Will .__-.-.._.._-I-_._._? 4,11. Christian Endeavor in outline will meet on August llth. ItlT. at T. A Kiaalmmea. v P. A
D.
Lots 6. to t Inc. Block 16--, __.__-_--_.__Maklnson. W B Co__-_....______a 14.06 tudy. The field i*, extended.for for 7:10 p. m.. to receive bids for fuel (con.tract . T.. .. .
Fl..... Laad t I.... Ca.'. A..t.... runnlnir' for one ysarl for Water
Lot87 ..._._.._......._.__.__._-_....Kdlct. M E ...................--. 11.06 sign missions as It also coven Georgia Light Planta. .4>4J 4) .. . .... . .. ... . .. .. .. . . .. ... .. >. . .. .

'1..t'II' -..................?,.?,,,,,__,Mller. jp K ................____.. 11.60 North Carolina and South Carollna i A sufficient bond will be required for .
-> faithful of contract.
performance
.
. aall ft neylva SaaiDIr .f kata 5*. .
.. ... which with Florida compose the The Council reserves the right to reject
Lots 10 and 11. Block ell) any or all bidsFor .. ... ... .. . . .. . .. .. ... .... . .. .. . ... . .. .
0---..--...-..-_Salotte. E.telle O._._............ 4.65 southeast in Congregational church further. Information see Dr. W. e
Lob 17 and 18, Block 0----------------Tanner. Mr W P -.____:.----.... 1.80 W. Careen,'chairman of Water *. Light
Lot 6. and 7, Block H....________...Unknown .. .................... 1.11 organization. The young people's de Committee. '
This of A. ItlT.
14th July
Lot 7 -- .--__..............._......Moseley, Bessie F ............:.... 140 partment is under control of the''Wom.n'l 11-lt day J. R. GILBERT.( Clerk : :
.Lots 87 and 8* ........................Smith'* Daisy ......_.._..._....._. 1.50 Missionary Board of which
4M. C. Blsaekard'.b-Dli.f Lat **> hlOTICB FOR APPLICATION FOR
Lots 1 to 6 Inc. 'nAo.11t Lots 13 It, Mrs. Spaulding( of Cocoanut Grove I.I is TAX DBBD t'NDKR SECTIONS T4 Eggs Vegetables Etc.,
E7. 10 and II 40 ....:...RI.neh.rd. Mr M C.--_-.-:_..... 7.88 AND BT5 OIDNERAL BTATUTBS OF i. ,
Lot. 16. 16 and IT..._".___._,__.:__..Newton.. Lula ___.___I___._._-__, 8.86' I president; Mrs. Capon Jacksonville, 'THH'STATE OK FLORIDA. .
Lot. 14 and 16.-.-....-........__-___.Blake, Laura _..-._-.-_...-_____. l.tl vice Mr Rev. Drew in Ii
"14ou .1 and -.._____________.___----Howarp. Ellsa ,.-._.,.__...._.._.... 1.1 president; STORAGE RATES ON MEATS
CWo H. KL.-- "... treaurerand Mrs. Geo.- B. NOTICH 19 HEREBY GIVEN that O.
.. .. Daytona .
'sQTiOltd/rerw?*....;**-*.*-*:.:-: : :.. I"" I ;;Adt.. l W. .Thoifia purchaser .o fp Tax Ctrtlfl- It> '

l.ots 11 and 16._______________--......Heddlck.1 J _-_____::____._______.r 1.40 3tt1lnila'of ''ltiifeps'; ger'tierl id0latl 17"I -6th-day..-of 3Ju. yI A., D:'.ftr:1l..t..fi tlJI >=Sforat olt:'till.Mettu;;t3 el7t "metrics;F3ft..a D&J' .;If;;,.: .
W. H. .....**. aa.tMr ., Lat T*, Aedld. U .
The tatter's State .
.. t. Pr..Nel I husband .Supt.I aid certificate In my office and ha f ; ; t 6

Lots 8B It and 14 "to" 1* fnc-_."..irmf..I__.__.-Keller. D ....._-____-_-___:___, 10." I I Waldron, .Is ,chief manager of the In.accordance il to lair.for tax Said deed certificate to lue Curing pork, ready'' for smokintY 1, .l-c.; per pounsi,
Bes- Cor of Lot 30. run. N 70- fl. .
W 116 r.. 8 70 ft. E 116 ft-----------Curry. V C ..-...-. .-..._...:.+-w.,. 4.tl young-people's. work and I* a loyal C. embrace being situate the following In Oaceola.l..n4..I.ln.County. Stateof and Curing-and Smoking, 2c per-pound. '?
I
/ 4 Preaaet Park Sab-mr .wC Late. 83 I E.. enthusiast There i* also 'young' Florida, to-wlt: K .

Lot II -----.--s.d-----83)----.___.._______::.-Cady. Mr A M-_..___...____..'..... LOS people' 'committee, of which l B. O. Site.No.'I4S.- Lot. 1.and I.. Block' A, Hotel
.
CPl.. C..... .... .. ..... In' ... 811) Lutman Jacksonville "is chairman; No. 110. Lot 1 and I, Block B. Hotel Bring us,'your hogs the day they are l Ded.. We will do
Lot. 9 and 10------------------------LInd.ay. ,J H................._... 8.88 -
"Lot. II and 12-_..__.-_._-.--.IAnd.ay. R H_................... 1.60 and 'Misses Claire Walker of Sanfordand .Site.No.. SSI. Lot K, Block B. Hotel Site. the rest.,
Lot. 11 to 11 Inc-__._..._._._..-_-.Cooper'Mr! *' 8 T...._-__--..W.__. 10.t6 Palm All being In Kllmmee Park. .
of West
Maude E.
R."" Bus Adfltlea Clarge The aald land being aa"....d In the

All of Block AL. Tyler Rosa -.______..____-____... '.'1 Beach are the other members, with name of W. A. Brown. W. A, Brown
,,,.-.....- 8.8-1)1..1 Bl.eki DL.N and M. J. Deardorf, respectively, at the KISSIMMEE ICE: -& COLD 'STORAGE CO. | |
.L district secretaries also chosen to help. time of the laauanoa of said c rtlnUnies .

Lots 11 and 11..____......_____..__.Washington. Annie ..___:,..__j 1.81 Each month from Interlachen are Cates ,
Hhaeataker Saa-DIr af Black III said certificate shall be redeemed .. ........ .o.. ... .... .oO..f. ... . .. . .... ....

Lot 4 _-. Williams, Anna ._._.-.__..___.. 4.65 sent to each society printed matter, according: to law 10th tax deed will r
*braMkvr>. "aa-Dlr .. BI etS"QL"Lnt Issue thereon on the day of Aug

"1 I .-"--7"'-..---.--.........,......Hirers. Lucy .................... Ill suggestions, and a personal message, ust., A. D. 1S1T.Witness . II this, the 11th d.y'of July.;,,X.. D.Utf.1: I k ordinance, shall' upon conviction, be
JIl' I l.ot .--1WVS-__ -_ _______J.__Rlrers. Lucy...... .............. 166 for the missionary topic Sunday1. A my hand and official seal atKi.slmm.e (Seal) i iJ. fined not more' than 111.00 or Imprisoned .,
All of Block -_.._._.*..__.______.Ollpln, R P..,._.___.f____...____-__-, 1'.11 blank is enclosed and of July City.A D,'Florida lit?. this the, 19thday '-, L./OVERSTREET. 1 1I. I In the city Jail for not more thanFIFTEEN
A. R. Draaa-hf. Sah-INr .. Rlaek ".!," an answer specifying J. 1.. OVERRTREET Clerk, Circuit. Court. .Osceola Count, DAYS, or both, at the discretion

Lots I to '.*, n?,___________________ftllpln.. R P ..__.__.___._._ __.. 8.85 amount given during month Clerk Clrdult Court. Osceola County I. Florida. 11-tt of the Mayor. r
l..ot. 1& to Ine--______:__._____------Howard, .Jo.h .-.-._-__ ____..-_. 7.80 State' of Florida. Read In open session a first time and
'Beg 10 ft R 0' 8W cot 0' Blot'k '-rL," Y' and success of the missionary meeting (Seal- by 8. H. BULLOCK; D. C.l .' NOTICH OF'fUXW.lTTOR by'unanimous consent placed upon. It*
run.N50f.BlSf.S6of.W4/ is asked for from each Congregational .(..... FlBal IMMkarce) second reading and final .......*. and .

.i e jr. 0 P -.___......_--___-.. 115 ., 1IIe. AI'I ofWooks"AiriiirB"fan"d"dTrririri_ Mr. Anns........-...-.__._ 70.SO society.[ ..At present, though .three-are dcr _.... ST4 ... 6T5. 0... I. C..rt'.1 Coaaty fmtm. 0_.. June A. D. 1111.
\I\ T3 100 ft of N 81 ft of Block U.I_:, __._ .Tlner. W R___-_-_.-_"'_.._-______ 11.06 for oral Statute* .. the .<*te ;, Ce>.. y. glob .f Florida.I P. H LAWSON>
13t suspended, vacation summer en- Attest President of CounciL
NB Cor of Block 10 runs ,8 100. .f Florid. :
Re Estate .1 Jeka M.La.gklrNotice
ft.V II ft. N 100 f. ii Ls ftu.Br..dl40c;,"'11". M__-_,_.__,__.__ 11." eluding them, there are 21 Y. P. S. C. -- > J. B. OILBERT,
Lob YNotice City Clerk.
1 and
I, E of A C L Ry In Block
"P". -Makinaon.. 'Mr. Y M--------_...._. 11.46 E.. one' intermediate, at Winter Park, I.' hereby given that B. O. I* hereby given, to all whomIt Approver thl 10th day of June,' HIT.
Loti I ands4. Block .I".and t and 4 Merrill purchaser of Tax Certificate may concern that on the list day of (8l)
Block and a few Junior societies, also union No.. 1000 and 1001-dated the Sth day October A. D. 1117. I hU to JOHN & CADEt..
... Q" . _. .Maftlnson, Mr M M ..... _... 84.76 '
. - "" - flied ; Judge
of h. said
All of Block R7Vnd"8 II 111" July A. D. 1111. certificates the Honorable T. M. Murphy, of 11-Bt Mayor._
__ __
Beg BW Cor of Block V run. NE 66'ft. ...CollierMr. B F.....-_.--_--.-_,.. 65.06. organization at Tavares and Stuart, In my office and ha. made application said Cour., .. Judge of Probate, for my

B 410 rl 8 44 VI 516 where the mission 'of the denomination for Tax:, Deed to Issue In accordance final discharge aa Executor of the ... .RB1UF*** ALB
. ft. ftMakln.on Mr M M ......._--::__. 6.00 spirit to law deceased
tate of John McLaughlin ;
Hefcert Baaa .
A. .
Lot 1".......... .......'41......"_'"__ _Mach I Bros.. _...___-___..____ 5.70 is strong. As this I* a churchlargelycomposd In Said certificate lands'embrace t the follow. and that at the same time. Executor I will present of. Notice I* hereby,.. ,. that underand ,

"Lot 1 .... _-..--I---..__.-_...____HZ'aatk _Robinson. rred.._.__-._________ ,,1.60 of northern peoplethe described. In Osceola : r'fy..n8: ..belnRsituate. ofFlorida aid estate my final, and account ask for a their approvalpaled by virtue of a warrant leaned by

-..:; Flerisa R. (U Harrer towlt: Lot aumber Seventeen April llrd. A. D. 191?. of the State of Florida
fir 'I'IE 60 ft of Lot 8 and 4. Block 1__..-Frac Warren ........__.___._.t 1,110 young people am fewer than In Block Three Hundred FourB0ock R. EL McLAUGHLtN.Aprlltmo. the Comptroller '
HW ClO Bock} Lot 1.' Block 4._,..._._..__Tiller, M .._.._.______..::....__ a.11 denominations. But and Lot number t ) of Exeoutor.. directed to m* aa Sheriff of Osoeola
Lot 8. T.._.____.......,.__. ..Kulp. Mr O C.-..-..____._-_. 11.11 some they are Three Hundred Four (101) of County, Florida, commanding m* 'o
Lnt. 1 to 4 Inc Block 8.........._Z"__Bass. W <3 ._.___..__.._......___.._. II.tl, "quality not'quantity'' ," and five out Bt. Cloud. Florida. ADMINISTRATIONla and sal from the South
Lots 7 and 8. Block 8________--__.__.__Basi-W O ..-___-.______.__.____ 1'0 The said land beingaeed. In the CITATION. OF ,collect Florida by and levy Gulf Railway Company,
of State C E. Union -
'Lots 'eight Depart.
1 S
to Ino and NE Itt ft of
Lot ,.
L. and W. A. Jackson
of B. Dartlns Two Han-
8117' 4 Block 10 ._.__..._____._.____...J.M.kln.on, W B Co.,______:_.__.!61.176 ment leaders this year are Congregational . name, at the date of Issuance of said certificates Coart .< Caaaly Jadst*. Oaeoolai ,dred the sum and of Twenty Two Thousand Dollar and Seventy.five .
40 ft of Lot I and all Lots 1 and I unless said certificates shall Coaaty S..<.. .. FloHda.Estate that being the

4. Blk 11 and....--_---.- -._ ....__Maklna6n W B Co___.__.___a__._ 11.11 be redeemed according to law tax deed amount Cent,of State.(01,110.70)County and Special
leasehold
> Improvement on NB will Issue thereon on the 11th day of Daalel Eaatwo4.BT .
cor of. Block !4w_-_._____-___.__'___The. Texas .Co. ......__.._..:_..___ 11.11 The Endeavorersf of this departmentare AUK-uat. A.. D. KIT. f Taxes. D. Itll levied, under and Section assessed 44 for of the Chapter yearA.
War ..well's .1..1.... ':\II''rV'.. ..., ii!'>r raise this for Witness hand and Offlclal seal
: \ asked $250 Florida against the
.to my of of
Lots, I and 1.,.____________._.__i._..__Kenton. Mr.McDonouslv8. SI'' it' ......_..-;--4f It.OI year this the llth day of July A. D. 191'. THE JUDGE OF SAID COURT said 6ItS South the Law Florida and Gulf RallweyCompanr
Drought has
WHEREAS A. E. applied
'tri ,
.
N. nawva Adelltlaa ,. : denominational mission and later
a l' ) I a. \ (Seal) J. L. OVER8TREET. I have levied the following .
8B " \ I to this court for Letters of Administration ) upon
Cor Dakln and TohonekallKa . ,."
'n
Ave., rune NB along Tohoaekallira" press note. will show how they are Clerk Circuit Court' Oaoeola Cevnty, on the estate of Daniel described property.
Wi' Florida. ICstivrictc Eastwood, deceased, late of said Countyof 11 miles of track.
A..178.-IO. f.. N6 4ettr.e.'V proving faithful to such obligations. . S Locomotives
' Osceola.
111 -10 ft. then 8 to bag. also Lot .
, .' ? OF APPLICATION FOR TAX THESE ARE THEREFORE to cite 1 Combination Car
A and on Band GRACE A. TOWNSEND.
DEED UNDER ftKCTIONM BT4 ANn
C tau-d-np.___ Leased----_----So. Fir Lumber Co._____.....--_:_: 11.1 urn. GENERAL STATUTES OF TRill and admonish all and singular the kin. I Motor Cars.
dred and creditor. of said deceased to 1 Depot,

T.ots 46 to 41 Caaa Inc..Pre t ss.___.____.____ D K._.___________ '.'0 DESIRABLE PUBLICITY STATE OF FLORIDA. he and appear before this Court On or All 'Tool and Four Camp Car .the '

Lot 71 _u----_______________-...___Smith, 'W A_____....______..__._... 1.1' befnre'the list day of August ;A. D, All belonging and'to Gulf and Railway owned by Company
0........ 'AddltUa NOTICE! 1* hereby given that F.!, T. If 17, and file objections If any they South Florida -
red O'Neal's
Tot e. Block ,____ __ ._ __ __ The Kisslmmee Valley Gazette Bays HOPKINS, purchaser of Tax Certificates have, to the granting of Letters of Administration In- the County of Oaceola and
C------------- ____.Bass. 'V.C ____ ___ _-_ 11..1 No*, S18 and 639. dated the 6thday on said estate, otherwise State of Florida. and I will on the lib
Lot. 10 u. 14 and W.% of Lob II. that have long wished of 115. has filed said will be to said A. E. day of August A. D. ItlT, the same b..
people the granted
and. 1 i and 8y 01 Lot 17. Block D.8mlth. Mrs L --__.__._____.--.- ".111! many certificate YnA"o: and has made lame to some other fit or Ing the first ),londay and the Rule Dayof
.n... i81 Drought or person
tt 8 of NID Car 0' NEi4 of that the vacant lot adjoining the site
r application for Tax Deed to Issue In personsWITNESS, the said month offer for sale at pub.
$E14. See 11 Tp 18, R 19,
run 8
accordance to law. County 'Judgeof Ira outcry between'lhe legal hour of
100 ft. W 141 ft N 100 ft, B lit ft.___Roberts, Ruby ._.____-__.._-_:_ I.U of the passenger depot of the Atlantic Said Certificates embrace. the. following the County my aforesaid name aa this, the 17thday sale, at the Depot owned. by the South,
A Matkewa Addition Line could be leased and beauti. being. situate Florida and Gulf Railway at f,
All of nll'oe 11-------.7------_____Johnson.. C W__________________. 1.80 Coast described In Osceola land County lyingand Stale. of Florida -. : of July, A. D. T.Itl7.M. MURPHY Osceola comp.n"i da l

.N0' Lot 1. Block .O.Ur..h.w.1 Catharine ________.__ '.'0 to-wlt: ; (Seal)) County Judge. the aforesaid mentioned property and- .

(flarksoa'a He-Sak DIv ef Let 1. BlockHW124 ., WONDERFUL STUFF! Lot 11 and 14 of Block HO.. St. Oloud. ll-5t Sell the same to the highest and best
"> I and Lots .IS and 18 of Block 80. 8t. bidder for cash to collect above taxes 1
VounKblood Hester .-----------. 8 78 LIFT,OUT YOUR CORNS! Cloud. The sold lands being assessedIn and the costs and expenses of this sale
---t-------------------------Johns. R J.___....._____.___...... ".711 the name of B. R. Tllton and J. R. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT BBVKNTH L. H INGRAM. w
lie* at NE Cor'of Lot t. Block 8-runs- Few Then Lift Cornsor Rose. at the date of Issuance. of said JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR A. Sheriff .of Oaceola County Florida ,
S 60 ft. W 100 ft. N to ft. B 100 ft. Maklnson W B Co..___::___-.- I.n Apply a Drops certificates, unless. said certificate OHCKOLA. COUNTY FLORIDA. lt-6t 1
.MPIT SH' Cor of Block H, runs N 140 ." Calluses Off With Fingers shall be redeemed according to law __ .

ft W 100 ft, 8 14. rt, B 100 ftFenn..tI.. E L ___...--.--._.___,. 7.16 No Pain Tax Deed will Issue thereon on the VALIDATION, OF BONDS NOTICE! OF .ADMINI8TRATOR.-FOA
Bng 708% ft. Eo' R'V.Cor or NWK No .corn whether lith day of August. A. D. ItlT. FINAL DISCHARGEla f.
humbug Any
of Her II, 26 H 29 ,
UK"4. Tp run Witness'my hand and official seal' fI
N 20911' ft. K 1" VA" '1. H I>t4 ft. W, hard,, soft or between the toes, will this, the Kth day of July, A. n, 111;. Spwlal Road ... Bride District No. 1, .
: 118 ft. S 170 ft. W 5814 ft____________Tiller, M ....----...---.-.------. 17.05 loosen right up and lift out, without a Jx L. OVKRSTREKT: Oaceola Coaaty: Fien ... T*. 4aState c..rt .. Coaaty Jade,' ....t., ..2FLeld.
TQeK 418 H ftV of SB Cor of NW% Clerk.: CircuitCourt.. Osceola Ceunty, *f Florida. .. '1
of lif'J%. nee 11, Tp 16 R 19. runs particle of pain or soreness. Florida. y,

W 80 ft. N 170 ft. E 80 ,t. 8 170 ft---Tlllrr'lt __.._________,__-,,_____--.16.75 This! [ drug is called freezone and is (Circuit Court Seal) 11-tt NOTICE)! TO SHOW CAUSE la Ha Estate .. PHartlla $.:.. OseaalaCaaaty. 'b
1te ft. 8 ef NFS Cor of Block V .
rung s compound of ether discovered by a -.
W97ft, R77f.E16f.B44 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX .
-
ft. B 81 ft. N 111 ft_____.____________Oventreet, Mabel ...._...._,._,... It..5 Cincinnati man. TEED NUF.R HfCrTIOW KT4 AND To the Taxpayers and' Citizens of Special 1
Notice I I. given to all whom
C.I.... I...*. ab.Dlrlnloa Ask at any drug store for 'small ItTft. KRMRRAI.! STATUTES OF TUB Road and Bridge District Number It concernthat hereby the 1st of
on day
'L< 1 to 4 Inc and 6. 6 and 7 leas 60 bottle of freezone which will cost buta STATE OF FLORIDA.. 1, Osceola County, FI.rld.1You may .
...
ftt. Block A :_---_-:_--_--_-_---_ _.Bussa; 8.8 ._________..__..____ 11.15 are hereby notified and reqalredto Au. .. A. D? ItlT Murphy I shall apply to thaHonorable I
trifle but is sufficient to rid one'sfeet'or T. M. ; Judge of said
\ A show If have, before
Patrick's Addition
that cause any you
I I. given F. 'A:
"Lot E. roe A-------..,.--_-----._...__riardner 'Mrs forrle.._____-____- 43.60N14 every corn or callus. Babb NOTICR purchaser hereby of Tax: Certificate No. his honor James W. Perkins, at hi. of.-court aa Judge of Probate, for my finaldischarge
of Lot 1. Block F_......_______..._Simpson Mr. B B_-_.-_____..---- 16.66 Put a few drops directly upon any 161. dated the. Sth day of July, A. D. flee In DeLand. Florida, on August 7th. as Administrator of the estate ",
NH of Lot 1. Block O__________________Hansell, Mildred L -.-.. .------. 11.46 115, ha filed said certificate In office KIT at 10.00: o'clock, a. m...d..hctt of Prlscllla Base deceased; and -
Lot 8, Block O--______._________.:.:....Francis, Mr. D G....__.____._._ 11'.1 tender, aching corn or callus. Instantly and has made application for my Tax bond. In the above U :: that at the same time I will present t. 't
'1)pll' NW Cor of Block I, runs E 61H the soreness disappears and shortlythe Deed to Issue. In accordance. to law. should not be validated and confirmed said court my: final accounts a* Admin. "'rl.tr.tOr 1
of said estate, and ask for
8106 according to the Statutes In such case
ft f.B264 f.830f.W3L callus will loosen and Said Certificate embrace the follow
ft. N 114 ft.J___...._______..Davidson. A L ......_____.._":....__ corn or can ingdescribed land, lyingaad beingsituated mad and provided.JOHN proval.Dated .'
Tot I. Block N ---...-,..-._------Tann. C W...,.,...-_-_.__:_.,_, 18'15 be, lifted off with the fingers. In Oscepla. County, State of L. OVERSTREET', January 31.. A. D. .ItlT.
K 41 Lot S. Block O__.________..____Tiller M .____.___.:__.-_.____-._ 17.15.. This drug'freetone doesn't eat out Florida! to-wlt: Beg. NR. Cor. of,Lot 11-lt Clerk of Said Court. 8-ltem OSCAR.Administrator.BASS, -I

fractional Lot I except but NW cor the corns'or calluses, but shrivels 4, run 8. 140 yd*., W. 140 yds. N. 140 HOTICB OFBXBCWTOR '
run.S50f.B140f.N40f.W140 yds, K. 140 ,.d... Sec. 1E. Tp. If S. RII"
ft. Block Pa--------....- Bros .--..--..-------..--;. 11.III them without even irritating the surrounding III R. NOTICB OF ADMINISTRATOR
All Lot 4 N of A C L Ry. ;iiilijiM.ch skin. The said lands being. assessed In thename la C..rt .f Caaaty Judge, Oaeeola (For Flaal Dtoeaara)

ft,.Block P ________________________.Unknown .. .-__-...___--_-. __--_ 4.f6 Just think! No paint at all; no of F. A. Babb.. at the date of Issuance Cmaty. stale *>( Floridala I. ..4,
.(W S Harwell's RaaDlr af Blacks of said' certificate, unless said i
when it late ., Florida
soreness or smarting applying .
T sad V
) certificate shall be redeemed accordingto
Lot 8, Block T __ ._ _.........Fowler.& F A.l'.__-____--------... 'I 60 or afterwards. If your druggist don't law tax deed will issue thereon on r." Batata. of J.... W. Taosaaaan. \
,Lot 2. less W 4t ft. Block V. __..___Tiller.. I R ---------.---.---.? 1'70 have freezone have him order :! for the 17th day of August" A. D. ItlT. la r. Beta4 af Philip Mea it,
W 4" ft of Lot I. Block :V.._...-..__...Harris. Mrs J W.VH ...___.--_-_-. 11'1. Witness my hand and official seal Notice Is hereby given' to all. -whomIt "Oseeela Caaaty I 1
'\ of Lot 4. Block X___ ......Splitter. France .. .. .. 11.45 you. may that day of
----- -- --- -- --- ,1)nI .ll'P j.
All of Block .AA____.._,_._.....___......-Bass. W C ----.--.----..---.106.46 December. c.rni>, : : to Notice t. hereby given, to all whomIt
"Lot 1. Block CC_ ____..._______-Harrb.. J W.--.---------------. 15 66 Tax; and the Honorable T. M. Murphy. '.Jul'ge of may concern, that on the 7th day of 'f
W 60 ft of Lot 1,Block DD.N.I"on. C J. ---.-.....-..---.."---. 111'11 DESCRIPTION OF LAND. Owner. Cysts. said Court aa Judge of Probate for my September A. I>. Itl7. I shall to .
NH of Lot I, Block FF.........__. _Derbyshire, B : -.. II.tS KlM l ._ H..t.Lol. final dl.chara'E".cutor of the estate i the Honorable T. M. Murphy: Judge of
]..t 1 8 of A C L Ry_..._.._ __-__.---..Watson, J W ..----.-.----.------.-.---....: 4.86 1C 'and 87..-_.-_._-___.______..__Johns. Henrr ._. ....______.___. lit of 'John W. deceased; aald! Court as Judge of Pro for
Thomr.on.
All of Block 1__._.___...___...___--_.Tiller. M --....------..---------.115 tS Lot &4 _,._..?..,-..___-_-._---______Qordon.. Phillips P _..._ .._.._._ .KT and that at the I will present I my final,discharge a* Administrator of l'
"W ItO ft of Block N of A C L Ry._..Tiller. I R ._.aK _-______-__._-___.. 11.00 Lot 'A __...___._.__.-:.__-.--__.--..Hunter.. ..,..__.-._._._._..- .IT my final accounts a. Executor of the estate of Philip "'ohr, deceaseds. .
70 ft Block 8 of A C L Ry..._._.-.Tiller, M ...........____._?__. ...11 not lit ...-'--. ,......_...____.Mach Br... ....______.._-_-.?---, 4.... aid .estate and ask for their approvaL I and that at the, same time I will present
All of Block S 8 of A C L Ry e..ept' .!.bast... Parktot'4 Dated June llth A.. D. ItlT.EDOAB. to said Court my final accounts a*

B 70 ft ___._________.___?___--____FOKB. Franklin-------. ...-. IT.III Block 4.. _._.__----?.......____.Johnson. D O...__-____-_.___... (..798H D. HOOAN. I Administrator of said estate. and ask,
IJlly: A .I.ro._.>a Ra.Saa.Dlr BI.k.R A n 0....... Cub-Div .. W',4.f' CB'A !'- ', S aad I* af O. Andrews' .....1..1.. mt BM aa d *H, .* .BH! ..! 8EN.f Dated March "*, 1917. '".
e.IACLRy SBM of He* 1C. T* 9B, R BLot ORBUNANCB .. A. B. DROUGHT.. '

e Lota 7 to 11 Inc-------..............Butler, K P -..-------------....-- \ 466 s. Block 4___*....___.....-,_._.Smith W A__...._-....--------y .&' l-l-m Administrator.NOTICB .
,14 t'S of Block 11_.___-_..._-._.--___Bullock. 8 HAll __.______.______.101.15 Lot 7.Block 4 -------- .- ... -..-----.rtutton, B C ..:....___.,--_.._ ..73Uaplatted Aa Ordtaaaeexia ......t. the .......... a

01 Block 11_-_______...............Campbell. Mr D -..--.......-.. 11.45 I.e.a. ... Sale at oJ...... Or' AD11N11TRATORla f.iJ
'1f'% of Lot '1. Block 10____-..______._..Barber, W I _----...-..-...--... 4146 of NW14of 8Eli. Beo 11. Tp f6. 1
Lot 8 lea W 60 ft. Block 11K .._.__......Campbell. Manson ......--+.... ".71 R S5 .. -...._____....Pott*. J A--._...---_______-__- 17.IS ; Caart' Caaatr; Judge> StatertaeUa. et
100 ft of N 140 ft. Block 14..._.......Bummer. Dana ....______-.;; .; i' rrwl4 Of 8W%. Sec 11. Tp Lol It R It_(Justus, A .W .-.._-'___-_-_.__- ...01 Be"it ordained by the City of Klsslm- .
B L Levey's Addlttea"Lot Beg at SB Cor of NVi of 1, U II ', mee: -.

11 _. ._______: _.__.......McPhatter. John .....-----..--. III Surrey, run W SIS '. N SSI 'I. KSI That no person or person under the .. Sta1..1 Dalaw Oraaasa Ossslaisasso o
-r-- __
re
I'TO ft 8'111 ft. He. II, Tp S0. R ltMklnson. Mr. M f8H __ '; __ 11.11 age of twenty-one ahalt engage In the
.. .. --
si .
Lot _._ ._.. __....__. _. ..... -
-
Rarb.r.Wwll - --- --- 1 C..tl.
Lot ..__..___.. .....
.T. .. M,
... 7.80 of 1. U 8 Survey------- .. .Makln.on.. Mr M business' and
Lob 16 and IS.:...,..-.....--- .. SWU oLo bang : 'L'f.1'I -
,,Lot II to 14 Inc....._________-.____Harrell, --r----l0.: ti. .. Beg 410 ft W of BB Cor of ofNWU her, rope, .. '-'to all wham
Sec .S. Tp 11. R IS run W or otber'm.tal of as .11' description Notice I. hereby gives ti

,:. 10 to J 11.W Bloocku 1 Aaaltlaa.Lot __._.._-.__.-SlcLaughlln. WBh __.______.._ 1:. g. 110 ft, N lit ft, B lie '. R 110 ft-Curtl' Jk .O'Neal.._..-.__.__ S.4S wh.t.oe''J!: known under the It may concern.,.. that oai tae tptk day of
ItlT. I hall ta
Bec410ft 'W and 110 ftNof SB ocr of, generic name of JUNK and until ho or December. A. u.
J W' .. ...
_. ___.. ._
Lot. 10 to It, Block I ... .H.rrl.t. - ------- Ka..p. Judge af
,Lot 1 ____.._.._..._.:._________.._.__-Lilly, J W Est..__.._.___..,It.t6' 8WI4 or NW% I10f.Bfaeft.Ito It M they hare first. obtained. a license .from, the Honorable.T.Judge M. of" Prabata. Car
. run* N S10 ft. w the City Clerk.Whenever said Court a
.. A B 0.__.* .....D.. ., KIMaf KH _.._ ___.. I.TI .. final discharge, a* Admlatatratlfrf
... sa.VpSC.lt tt _......___. Unknown -.- the&1)0. mentioned ar- m, .
,MHM ., NW,.. e Bey SB Cor of BWH ofNWT Bee 71 .. or other f.rm.ofJunk I* offered the estate ef Derma Orabam. doaaK

-.' 'rtlr.r.V" ............ .._ 6.70 Tp.16, R It, rune W 41* f.r sale la the City. of Kisslmmee. the ed: and that at tha same time I wttl
Lob Lou 4, and and I 2., Block Block 4 1.___.____._._.,...,--,4__,._.C04,.. B W- ,-_ -.---. 8.86lt.10 fUB .10 f t. B 41* ft__..-. ......Hart, W B Estate....-, .... ....,... t." City prospective Marshal'and purchaser hare mast..m.notify Inspectedby the present Administratrix to said Court af my said flail estate aoaoantaas aa4

O A V._ G. OVERSTREET Tax the City Marshal If the sours from
1S'Bbck' ,W.. .
1 to 4 laq and t', and \ t111.
'LoJ.** eon'u:1'II: : M :K-- : which said article. came, be unknownto .Dated Jrae 111 A. D. Y
___ ._ j.J.JJaiaia PI*-'D .
Jjta.at ai JACKIII.AAdmlalatntltlir"
a>- *a>*- said _
purero "
t .. ...H .. oiiMi R ---t- I'01 R. D. c.
Lot II Block A. J.
-- ---- Pw-'; Bf GILBERT, Any ar violating thin *
person person
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'.LoU.o.o' o ,Cot It, Block C-.Maklaon. -.,....---- it6f 1; < ".
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rr.;. ".0: r "' .." TH. K1SSIMMEE ''VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY AUGUST 3, 1917

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'.,II i A T aft rH i It II 10'10 I" II 0+,*, +.. I 10 1'01 0 II 1,0 II 1 II 0 10 1 ,0 C :;;o ;;; ;;;;;;; ;o.b44oo SHERIFF AND ATTORNEY LIGHTENING ,STRIKES HOUSE'\
s1 4 'i 4 KISSIMMEE SHOULD
CAPTURE A BLIND TIGER DURING STORM SUNDAY P. M. '
EIGHTIETH ,BIRTHDAY CEL.EBRATED 0

Society Notes eH 0 4 ---" ;; "I
A electrical' storm
HAVE GUARD severe passedover
4 Q JIOME The first arrest in this part of the
afternoon about
tOo.o .oooO.OOOOOO.O.t. state for a violation what is commonly the city Sunday :;

(Mrs. E. E. Wells, Editor.) i Mrs. M C. Bandy celebrated her will known as the Bryan anti-club two o'clock.; For about) fifteen! mln- : :
M, Sunday night mark the leaving utes the lightening was incessent, and :i '
bill in Osceola Sunday
eightieth birthday, Wednesday and was made county
of Company B of the while Florida .
once the house Emmett
bolt atruck
on
i ,Request b mid*Jo all patrons of the Valley Gazette to tend items was the. honor truest at a meeting of National Guards, now U. S. N. G'', morning by Sheriff Ingram.For one street occupied by Mrs. ,R. Ludnam. ,
the ladies of the're.bytnlan church some time it has*been known that ,',? "
.f 'Seder/ E'f.abt tie Editor for poblic tioB ta these colums. and the oft repeated question "Whydo Th bolt divided striking three corners e
the organization of which she has been some brand' of intoxicant other than
we not organize a Home Guard or of thereof and doing little damage ;i
life time. whiskey being sold in the ;
I.I..010IO.1.0'O'Ot.OOOOO a member for almost k Mrs. was county
.. . .. . . . . . .0101. . ..IOI..I James Caldwell was mindful of the some other" equally efficient protective and the officers of the law have been other than destroying the meter. +

....... . ... .0.0.00.00.. ... 'OOOOOO" O approaching date and suggested that body has again been raised. making a dilil'fJntarch to locate The meter in 'L. R. Kenton's residence -
at.w.r'and
The Is
4 'O country no man
the regular business of the meeting the cause of the trouble. Close watch on Main street was destroyedalso
4 MR. WICHTENDAHL ENTERTAINS 0 SURPRISE PARTY SOCIAL 0 I can forsee what emergency may arise: further B
to be held at the horns of Dr and Mrs. : The was put upon former: violators of the though no damage waadone
.p 4 0 ; unsettled times are ripe for uprisings
the house
,
ee 0I .OOOOOOOOOOO Ot'tOO" Witherspoon be ,despensed with and. Atrocities be liquor' laws in Kissimmee St. Cloud ,
..... may J attempted and other in the and Supt. Joiner,stated ,that numbers of
... .00ooooo.tOOtOOOOOOOOOtI' + : the ladies of the church unite in honoring 1 which have been hitherto unthough of places county

I . Misa Mattie BeJle.U.rrll'wlUJ agreeably -. their fellow member whose feet I'for It' Is the express and freight offices have fuses were burned out; in different, '
the history of ignorance and
Mr. Ludolph Wlchtenduhl delightfully surprised: Thursday afternoon, that day would cross the octogenarian been'closely watched to find where the parts of the town. e'

entertained a number of his when a number of her friends gather. line. Others readily agreed and the vice to strike the helpless or the un- curious liquor, was'' coming from but During* the worst of the' storm the'wh'lstle"at

friends with a dance at the Graystone ed at her home on Church street in I afternoon which resulted was one of prepared.Should violence all to no avail. Definite information, the Kissimmee Ice &, Cold

Hotel Tuesday night in honor of Mist honor of ,her birthday anniversary, peculiar Interest. here any be attempted however, reached: the ;oft cers last Storage Plant blew a prolonged blast, t
city of Kissimmee would be ''
the
Cecil Rice of Tampa and .Miss Brunhilde The guests brougfht their fancy work About twenty of the co-workers and 'a. far, night of this mysterious "still" and and it was feared that the building
Wichtendahl of Gotha., Punch : and afternoon pleasantly helpless as organized protec. had been damaged. A general l laugh '1' '
the was very: friends gathered to celebrate the event tion is concerned till assistance early Sunday 'morning Sheriff L. H.

k and cakes were served throughout the spent sewing and chatting. Delicious and held a devotional exercise invoking arrive from other, localities could. Ingram' and Prosecuting Attorney W. ensued when it was,found that an employs -

evening. refreshments of sandwiches, punch. blessing on the one whom they Ever since the'. first B. Crawford were seen to leave Kis had attempted to stop a leak, '

Those present were: Misses Maur- and cake were served by Miss Lillian i were honoring. Her pastor, Dr With. announcementfrom simmee together in the sheriff's automobile : ing pipe and pulled on the whistler

"ine Dann, Claribel McGHse of Macon, Harris assisted by Misses' Orpha erspoon, made appropriate remarks men' have Washington been that war existed for "some point on the firing wire by mistake and ,was forced to

t ,Ga.; Lucy Lupfer; Dot and Amy Mak"inson Rose, and Mildred Winn. Miss Harris and Mrs. Bandy was asked to respond.The Guards! and organizing Guard Home line," ostensibly in Osceola County. climb on the roof to stop the' sound. '
recently
Corrie Cannon, Mamie Pilley received a number of pretty and useful guests listened attentively]'has i been favored.As a County About noon they returned with.nine The heavy rain which accompanied' '

a Margaret Lee Alpha Westfall Cecil gifts. Those present were: Misses I as she told incidents pf the history of very few men are familiar th teen gallons of what is supposed to be the electricity was greatly needed. in i

'Rice and Brunhilde Wilchtendahl; Orpha Rose Mildred' Winn, Maud. the church or, related amusing reminiscence the rules governing such an organization spiked blackberry wine as the net result this section. J

Messrs. Ralph Turner Dewey Surp- Alice and Adah C. Wagner, Ella Mae of -her' past; life, as the the act creation of their personal raid. --
'authorizing their
CANNING CLUB NOTES
Willie Button.Roy Graves, Will Claire Grace and A farm house about miles
, Tier Gilbert Mathaway nearly thirty years of her residence in will be of interest. The essential seven
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"Mason Tiller John Lee, Edgar Bryan, Gussie Winn Abby Harris, Maurine Kissimmee passed like a. panorama before provisions are that the county from Kissimmee and about a. mile So popular\ < has the sweet potato \ .

Joseph Sears Raymond Bearden Dann, Claribelle McGhee of Macon, her mind. commissioners' of each from the public road and well screen crop' become in Osceola county that s'
county are authorized -
Trank Ryan, R. M. Plant'and loi- Ga.; Lillian\ Prentlss., Other friends not associated with I ed with trees the home of Charles H. the .
to organize home guards not canning club lassies 'and lads, too, .
dolph Wichtendahl., the Presbyterian church rememberedthe Marsh was the fountain head of the
,
to exceed In
any county a. battalion for a number of the boys have enlist-
..00ttt O.oottttOtOO'00o 44 date and numbers little tokens'anda'"sKowerJ4of : heretofore mysterious "bottled lIght.g'Am'i'l

T _......L...01' ...It. to. to U,9 "U. U.t.tUJ.Utt. _. ..-. .. '4 .....- :- --.4" po"s'tciFde'liiltig'in'Rcongrgtulatione of which"shall"ens"eed'1gU CO'1Pos'ed! ; i_, _";c. 1X\Janie..no. -. -s.ut _*- TinTn :SftnelPdestlHatfoilthesherlff .,edto.r-jieryic:. ,-\\.M.r tlM:: r.Kij i-'
0 ,
MBS.THOMASON, SURPRISED. men., .The i organizatjon the county agent, are giving them'
.. LAKE BUTLER 0t and good wishes were and' the prosecuting at, "
PICNIC AT a ; >'wjll) jM.JuM>wn as County space,.intheir gardens ,
'
.... : 0 ....000..0.tOO..OO.O OO poured in on'the guest t of'bonor"duringthe Guard,.. ami'will be .composed\exclusively \ torney."helloed". 'for the'"proverbial Clarence,Guy, who lives 'at Lodosee -

.. ... 0.0..0 ..U 0 t. ... afternoon. .of white mes1. bad ,dog :and then were cordially In-; ia meeting'' with exceptionally

Misses Louise and Maude delight\ Misses Lucy and Manic Witherspoon vfted'inaide the'residence where after, r
The' companies will bi formed in fine I results with this '''...tabl. and _
A merry party of the younger' set fully entertained with a dinner Tuesday and Margaret Lesley aerved sandwiches the 'aame general manner prescribed a gentle ,hint ''for'som4thlng! :thirst will plant a plot of Irish potatoes laterin '

motored to Lake Butler Thursday and evening in honor of the birthday I pickles and Ice tea, followedby for the National Guard. The age'limitis quenching the' genial host brought the season. Misses Anna ana.Cella"Padlf '

'enjoyed plunge in the delightful anniversary of their mother, Mrs. G. : an ice course. forth two glasses of the'beveral'fJ.. '' '
from 18 to 65 years. No .physical tt' are also members of" ,the'
}ake.. Afterwards a tempting feast F, Thomason. Mr. ,Thomason was i' Mrs. Bandy Is one of the early plo examination' will be required except He was very particular to have the club there whose persistent efferts'ar: '
of watermelon and peaches was aervd. quite.pleasantly surprised when Mra.; officers
understand that tho
neers of the city land the influence such be treat was ,',
as may prescribed by the commanding resulting in promising i
-* Mr. and Mrs: Herbert Wlchten- E. L. Lesley, Mra. W. L. Winn Mrs. which her staunch Christianity and on him, that he, would under no consideration crops |, e
officer. The officers will be Miss Bertha Baisden at Whittier
dahl and Mrs. Nell Rogero chap- James Caldwell, Mis Jean Caldwell for it he ,
consistent daily life has exerted over elected by the members. The periodof'en1istment accept any pay aa is doing her bit in these strenuous
onect.: Mrs. John Lee, 'and Mrs.: S. B. Ault- the community could not be measured. is for three and had only manufactured it for his per times
years by canning corn, under the direction
_Those present-reret Mlaaea Ouida man arrived about 7 o'clock, and still She raised a family of children,. who all members must be citizens of the sonal use and for sale to his neighbors of county: agent, Miss Albina
'
"Malloy, Mamie Piney, Lucy Lupfer, greater surprised were they when they are now useful citl/.ens. One son, United States; they must be of good for medicinal purposes. During the Smith. Miss Elon Bass, alsb of Whittier -
,Amy, Jo and "Dot. Makinson, Cecil were all ushered into the dining he did
room Charles Bandy, is tho tax collector of moral character and course of the conversation re.
physically fit. meeting with the
success along
:Rica., Brunhilde Wichtendahl, Clank' and served with an elaborate dinner. Osceola county. Another son Theo I.a ia The guards may be called out for luHantly admit that he. occasionallysold sweet potato route. .
*bal McGhee of Macon; Ga.; Margaret The customary birthday cake w.i'' in of it to his for ?
farmer here, and Lee i I. in the same duty by the sheriff or by order of the some neighbors a

1 "Lee, Mr*. Nell Rogero, Mr. and Mrs. evidence with the tell-tale candies, but 'business. in Orlando. Miss Mattie circuit court judge to insurrections beverage but he knew exactly what MANAGER BEACHAM PRAISED 'Fa
suppress
y Or. M. Shearouse, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs on this occasion'the ten candles used Bandy, her daughter;' has been successful riots or breach of the peace. was In the wine, that It was simon FOR CLASS OF FILMS SHOWN ,

Herbert Wichtendahl;' Messrs. Lu. told no tales were arranged as a question -' in business here for years. They will not be called when pure and if any ever came out of his ---- ,

dolph ,Wichtendahl, Dewey Sumner, mark. She has two daughters, one in Jack- National Guard troops, naval upon militiaor house with alcohol In it it was becausethe The Seven Deadly Sins, the serial, '

Roy Graves, Ralph Turner, Willie Sut- Mrs. Thomason received' the felicitations sonville and one in California. United States military forces alcohol had been put in it after it film which has been: running at" the "f
are
,ton, Prator Gilbert, John Lee Nelson and good wishes of her. guests. Mrs Bandy's life has been a familiarone immediately available. They c.n' be left his house. Both the officers Casino ,Theater, closed Tuesday night 11

Kakinson and Raymond Bearden. wherever \illness and want were called for duty'only in their own coun tasted the wine and gave the, old with a splendid seven-reel ,feature, v.'

.0.000.000.0000000.0..t found no matter what the conditions gentleman host their positive opinion which presented an ingenious reviewof

.. .. ...o..o..o OOOOO.' ...1. O MRS. STORY HOSTESS : were. So fine has been her exampleof ty.The board of county commissionersis -whether expert or not- that it was the forgoing features and adding a '

0''' FOR MISS". McGHEE ,.1 4 0Mrs. her unslflah useful life that 'she authorized to equip the organization certainly "aimon pure" alcoholic. Th.genial happy conclusion., ,I,

4 'OOOOO.'OOOO"OO'OOO'OtO.. numbers the business men of the community and to defray all expenses incur host admitted that he had several This film has been 'one- of the .1-

...o..o.oo..to..... as her friends, who say of her: red. bottles in stock and readily led strongest ones ever shown here for l
A. M.
ia
Story ,
f ---- entertaining a "She is as good aa gold." Kissimmee has plenty of materialfor the officers to the improvised' "bar," some time,and was education ia' the
number of her friends this afternoon
Inritatlons for a Prom party have a guard of this order and the initial which contained a full keg, said by the truest sense of the word aa well aa intensely -. t
from 3 to 8 o'clock at home '
been issued to about forty members of her on
host to contain fifteen gallons, and .Interesting ,Mr. Beacham .Jzf.,1
Dillingham avenue. PHONOGRAPH RECORDS WANTED steps should be taken at, once. ; .., '
:tho young let by Mrs. F.; C. Bryan, four gallon jugs all full. The sheriff's the manager of the.Casino, is to be

;Who will entertain at her' home on ANNOUNCEMENT MAN FALLS IN TANK; car was "backed up to the bar" and commended for securing films ,of this :v'I
A fund is being raised with whichto
Sumner street Friday night. The FRACTURES RIGHT HIPC. the transfer was easily made from the nature and it la :hoped that'' other ;
-
event will be in honor of her niece, Mrs. J.. purchase' a phonograph for Company house to the car and the illegal liquor films equally as good will be bet '; !"'
Wade even :
Tucker treasurer ofthe
"Miss Claribel McGhee of Macon, Ga., ,B and it has been suggested .. -----:-,,,: " :', ,: \,!;,,.;"/"J' ter '';,.
; violation
Red Cross tea became legal evidence of the first patronized than was this picture. "
who is her guest.FIRE . cycle movement, requests I that there,must be-a large number:of D. Humphries >5* > belongs to ,.
all ladies who have given social ( reported In this section of the
the A. C. L. work t/fm suffered "
records
around town of which the a PRESIDING
events for this cause, and have not state of the now famous Bryan bill. ELDER TO PREACH i
.0..O..00tOO..O.. owners have gotten tired. If so, they painful accident onday morning

,1 .!4. ' 4 forwarded the money, to notify her would be thankfully received' by the when a joist ga 011 way and precipitated The party is charged In'the Infor- Rev. Smith Hard-in of Orlando, presiding !
and she will call for their contributionto mation of Prosecuting Attorney CrAW- k
4 DEPARTMENT GIVE 4 boys, and would probably contribute a him into a tank, gome ,sixteen feet elder for the Orlando district
;
the fund. Mrs. Tucker wishes to ford with a'violation of Section
4 BANQUET : great deal of pleasure to the dull routine below. will preach it the Methodist church
turn over the entire amount to Treasurer 2 of Chapter 7285 in that he "sold, offered
d 4
of camp life. The records may be Humphries was employed in taking next'Sunday morning and evening. It

...0 .0..0..OO..0..t..... M. Katz next week.ANNOUNCEMENT. left either at the Gazette office 'or down the tank on the A. C. L. 'right of for sale and and kept further for sale"that Intoxicating he- i. hoped that large congregations wilt :r.1:

The Kissimmee Volunteer Department Katz's store. way near Possier avenue, and was wine, turn out to hear him.LAYMEN'S ';
v manufactured domestic wine for family
: gave, one of their famous ban. sitting on a. joist across the opening.It .

quets at their hall Tuesday' night in Mrs. M. A. Clark-requests all ladies' G. M. SHEAROUSE; JR., OPENS was fortunate for him that several use ii" quantities. exceeding five MEETING _. j

honor of their members who. will leaver who feet of mud and water remained in 'the gallons In 'one year.Immediatly
comfort LIFE
are making bags for INSURANCE OFFICE after the of the t
loon with their company. Company B to send them to her homeon tank, ,which no doubt deadened his passage Three o'clock Sunday afternoon at
Sheriff and Prosecuting ,
The menu included chicken pillau, fall. The bone of his right leg was Bryan bill Ingram Methodist Sunday 'school rooms. All ':..
Verona street. Mrs. Clark. Mrs. G. M. Jr.
Shearouse has added his Crawford notified the
Attorney
"friend chicken, salads, sandwiches, fractured about two inches below the men and boys cordially Invited. y-
Brown and Mrs.
;b McPhafter will
serve name to the list pf enterprising Insurance two !Moose clubs-the one at 'Kissim ,
1 pickles} ice served 'In and his shoulder
cream' cante- hip was badly bruis
'' as a committee in presenting the gifts agents in the city and has openedan mee and the one at St. Cloud that they
loupes, cakes and punch. ed. It was Inapossible for hint to HOTEL
to the soldiers. Should } DUVAL
any one preferto office on the second floor of' the enforce body the ,
"'" expected to'rigidly ,
The boys served the'Ipread them: give mount the ladder and his fellow workmen !
; their gifts in person they are State Bank Building, Room No. 9. Mr. letter and the spirit of the ;Jaw and JACKSONVILLE w"lOppoilte !
:"jselves and the, "jolly 'evening ensued were obliged l to raise hint with
,
poitofflee hot'and
'
requested to report to Mrs. Clark In Shearouse will represent the Franklin advised them to immediately disposeof cold .4;
which will long be remembered by the ropes to the top of the tank thenlower water; elevator; telephone.; rate ,
order that
confusion
no may occur Insurance Company of Springfield, HI. any intoxicating beverages they room. without bath, $1; two p.r- ,'
'company and be him to the ground a distance of non cam room. $1.60; with bath .,
r The 'members f in ,whose honor the no*one forgotten. . Mr, Shearouse I. well known here and some fifty feet. might have on hand. Both clubs im- ...ao, and. two person lama room '
AB BBMM BIBMA BB B BB H it is safe to predict he will make his mediatly disposed of their stocks ..ndalthoul'h |.. W. S. JONES. M4r.j"a ""
,Banquet was !given were: Roy Groves, Look in the window of the Dollar influence felt in insurance He The company's physician, Dr. M.: J, with'out .
circles. inspections
Him Buckles, George W. McGowansand'Ira'H. Hicks, attended the man until he could frequent .
Limit Store and see what a bargainwe will continue to direct the Klssimmew notice have been made by the of.
: Best. have for 189. band.R be sent to the A. C. L. hospital at .
theseclubs liquorsof
I ficers of both no
Waycross, Ga.
any kind have,ever been found in
Mr. umphries is a man forty years
,
the sheriff and the
them. Both
prosecuting
old, has a wife and one child at HighSprlnga.
..,<. --' ::"' -- -,- -.-- attorney have been closely
Fla. He has
, two brothers at
,, ,,', .: ,,' ,, 1 : Largo and one at Sanford. watching the express offices since the
K"" :* ,';"' ,:" , ,, passage of the Wells bill and no violations
\ ,, '
'
: 1< :
made of the law
have been by
MRS. MORRIS DIES WEDNES.
. 'i': the express company in :'this county.

:: .lnYour.Pocket. AT HER-PINEDALE HOME Mr. Marsh was brought' before

i Mrs. Addle Morris, wife of W.: A. Judge T. M. :Murphy Monday morning,

Morris, died at their home In.Pinedale, there'he was represented by Judge G. rI
.; F. Kribbs and guilty to a
f pleaded
Wednesday, at 10 o'clock. a. m., afteran. ,
illness of violation of the law governing the I
two weeks. Mrs. Morris I irk
Trom' amount Of liquor which might be
was suffering a complication of
With a check-book i in your pocket and a balance to credit .
your l legally manufactured ,for use
but her death family
diseases was not anticipated
L with this Institution you always have the"'exact: change" and a legal until only a, short time before in one year but stated that he "was Weigh ,in 'Your h

m* the end came. The deceased and ignorant of the law. Judge Murphy

'" receipt for the money: you pay out her husband had been members of the released him with a' fine of one dollar Handthe

Methodist, Church before moving here and costs.
BANK.! This affords conveniencetothe in household hair brushes in our toilet ac'
a, great women paying and the funeral services were conducted
itt \ I cessories department. You'll find
,{ Mrs. Sarah Prevatt Joe Prevatt,
by that denomination.' In the absence
f.i t j expenses, . and"shopping. bills'-by. : check.. ',, ' I to','"? ,' ', ', ., of their pastor, Rev. C. H. Summers Mrs. V. W. Edwards, her mother,'Mrs. them nice and light, but you'll find:

i ETL 2 r' ''r : Dr.;.W. B. Witherspoon conducted B. J. Faulkner, and Russell Edwards 'the bristles stiff and strong enough pr'

t" ; s .:.,'.,.Wt especially invite,women's accounts ;and.will pay the same: rate.; : the service when neighbors and motored to St. Cloud today to*take in to !give tbe'hair a long, hard brush.lngr .

lr ;' ', friends gathered to show their' the sights of the Wonder ,City ,and >- They make the hair fine and ;
t a e4 :of interest on small, ai on large accounts, in our Savings Department..: sympathy silky. They stimulate the ,
icalp
enjoy a day's 'outing. >
'v. II :for the beraved husband. The
< .1!
h ,- flowers were"very beautiful. Tha deceased and help keep the hair 'in,the beat: \
of condition.*'
was, nearly sixty-three years What is, 'LAX-FOS
i '
TJtlMS old, at:the time 'of her dath. She ia J
T TMet elIF ?
.BANK UX-fOS MJMPROVED CASCAM
*, CITIZENS survived by': her, husband and
one A Digestive Liquid Laxative Cathartic "
Palace
; -x. "" . ( daughter living 111'califo"I! ,, and liver Tonic." Contains Caicare Bark, Drug Store, : :
Blue
I Flag Root Rhobarb Root. Black:

.; 'OF KISSIMMEE yU' a. M. Shearouse Jr.,,ii now the Pepsin.Root,May Combinea Apple Xoot.Senaa strengthDocot Leaves and I ,Otis Jt' ....., Mjr. l
f'V a'jord.:
.y". happy owner of ,)} table aromatic taste. gripe.9ac Ipc '
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