Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 10, 1917
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00815
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Hurrah I hurrah I r" \
.The men will cheer: the boys Will shout. '
The ladies, they will all turn 4u.,
When Johnny marching home. -
comes \
/ That America is at war has been .. The! men will cheer, the boys will shout ..The: first matter to' come up before .1

.r Impressed upon the" people of Klssim-'(YATES BOYS ARRESTEDFOR "I The ladies, they Will all turn out RUBY ELLIS ENLISTS the Board on Monday was the offer by

mee this week as the) tramp of marching FAILING TO REGISTER And we'll all feel gay, AS PATRIOT' OF THE HOE State Road Commission of $20OOO'w
4 feet echoed from street to street i When Johnny cornea marching home. be used on the roads of this. county

when Company B, now U. National Will and Bob,Yates. .on.'o( Need- I Miss Ruby Ellis, one. of KJaeimmee's under the provisions of the Federal ?r

Guards, began to qualify for: Uncle ham Yates, who live. south of Bas 1 THE old ehurch-bell will peaf with joy charming young ladies who Is: very road act -Some of the Commissioners

v Sam's service On Saturday' the absent senger, .w.... arrested and brought to I Hurrah I hurrah I popular here is setting an example were a little undecided whether to accept
members of the began Kissimmee with this or not as .they thought, the
company Wednesday, charged rrcounty's
To welcome home oar darling; boy, worthy of emulation. When the move
arriving on the scene and by Monday failing to register under the selective hands might be, tied by some
Hurrah '
I hurrah
I : ment, swept over- the, country urging ( the provisions of the but theattomelf.lptrtheB
"khaki o
act :
'the'town'seemed filled with draft act. The''men, we I... ,
7The village lads and lasses
clad." claimed they we... over under.tand'j . \ say- -1i. h__ .L5ThW te&f;:: i. ..." kjn& : I!rYJ'r Jtt.t'
1CI"IIi\Yltt1Hk""bW,1I h+ryrawy.llri nt1ijr fa the Tee ' vem w eT Ul = : explained that the act in nowise
+ pregistered '. ,., each one to do his "bit",to ward feed
And well all feel
gay, interfere with: the county's. control of
"a'mother views her child, and when it on' the county registration I ,
America Allies Ellis/
: Ing and her Miss
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-was suggested that an' auto truck books, their ages would be ,26 and 80 . When Johnny' come marching home.. the matter. The plans ,and specifications
? -would be acceptable to the boys the respectively : [ I determined to enlist as a,patriot of the would merely l have,to be approved p

business men "chipped In," bought'the' Not 'wishing to place them' In jail GET ready for the jubilee. "hoe and ,perform her patriotic service by the Federal government. When

truck for them and ahrew-in. Vlctrola and believing they would be safe'' under Hu.rahl r hurrah I, '.' by raising sweet potatoes. these points were understood, they accepted

'for g'ood'mea. re. and'a sum for the guard,of a deputy, Sheriff Ingram '" Well I give he( hero three times three. 'Two plots were secured-by her'onean the gift by unanimous consent,

company; fund besides. allowed them to go' to the Manhattan I Hurrah I hurrah /, acre tract, near the< Lake House, the acceptance being, recorded..,,in the;

The truck was presented to.the cam. Hotel 'for the_night.) The ,men Vere The laurel wreath is readynowTo and the other an acre and a half fac minutes., p
'pany Sunday, afternoon the close placed in a room with the deputy next place: upon his loyal brow; ing'on Mabbetttf street both'plots belonging The two petitions from ,St. Cloud yr

of the band concert, in the presence door who, when he looked for his And well all 'feel gay; ,to. B.; C. Miller i! This week one petitioning, for .a ,.and- ,phalt

:of hundreds of the citizens who as"isembled prisoners Thursday morning, found When Johnny comes marching home. i witnessed the completion of the plantIng road from the anal through St.'Cloud'

: to honor the soldiers., one of them missing. The other one i of!both plots, and Miss Ellis has and the, eastern boundary -

Those who ''Witnessed the impressive was then placed in Jail for safe keep LET love and friendship on that day i two-and a',half acres of 'one' of Flor of the'county, and the other for
'scene: which was enacted will long ing. The sheriff does, not apprehendany Hurrah! hurrah I I ida's most'popular crops in process of a, brick road beginning the eastern:
remember the rhythmic tread of the' trouble in recapturing the one Their choicest Crowing. boundary of the town of St.Cloud and
: treasures display.
boys in brown as'' they marched* up who escaped. 4 Hurrah hurrah Nearly 21,000 plants were used, running east to:the boundary of the

Broadway from their armory to Posniel : And let each Tome about, equally divided between the county leaving out Ifarcoossee, which
one ,
avenue and then preceded by part Porto Rico''Yam and Hall were filed at the last. meeting of ,jkhe
.. Nancy
To fill varieties
with Joy the warrior's'heart j i' '
the Kissimmee Concert Band,'in their THE OSCEOLA COUNTYFAIR f ." ,--- Board, came up ,for discussion., on
brilliant uniforms, marched round the. And well all feel gay ;,1. ": Monday- the sand-asphalt crowd being -

Broadway'block and stood at attention When Johnny comes marching home.I I \. represented by-:Judge L.> C. Mas.

lacing the bandstand., ASSOCIATION The men will sheer'the boys will shout' OKEECHOBEE COUNTY eel' of(Orlando, and supported by'W.

'"*'' The'crowd' o( small, boys drew; up I Is The ladies, they will all tarn out. H. Illman, S. J.. Entriken and Captain

close to' look ''With reverence 'at the ELECTS OFFICERS And well all feel gay; j CREATED It D.FJ'08t. .The brick crowd did not: '

muskets of the.oldi.n. and men and s When Johnny conies inarching. home." BY NEARLY app_'" ,to .be ,represented ,ati. all. "at:

'.. ,women packed the streets. ..Col.Ft --or- b least no ..00. present: seemed to admit

1, Lewis O'Bryan addressed the 'companyfrom .. The anual meeting' of' the, Onceola d .. .. eI A UNANIMOUS US VOTE the, ,.fact* amh.rpetltiol.dlast .r
the,bandstand.. \ Count Fair 'A.&JcKtlon'nd the' election s isas' :4 meeting was one asking that nineteen

i It was.. : stirring sight.'. .A cool of officers vas tho ')ff1U C see s' The election -held last Tuesday to names appearing the brick. petition:
i 1 breeze rustled the leaves of the of C. A. Carson in the State Bank decide whether the 'of be stricken''off,, apparently" on ,tke
new county 'r
I \.-The: long ra'ya'of: the'setting palm.'j building Tuesday night when the following Okeechobee, comprising portionsof ground that; they were; not freehold-*;; '

"jip'the strong;grave faces ,of men were chosen to succeed Osceola St. Lucie and Palm era. .However,' four of theM names'

'tlcta's' 'defends-...- .'easl. reflected themselves as officers for the ensuing '. ., . Beach counties, should be created carded were'feundona; deed,to some prop-
<,I.rvarync -emotions It meant more than the gift of an vice president; E. L. Lesley second 3rd a deed was filed in the clerk's
At Bassenger! the only precinct affected
t\tI/ [auto"'truck to a military body?,. It wai vice president, W. B. Makinson; secre. .. ,/ToRrovide Good Sunday; , In.Osceola county, the vote was offices the ...grantees I being:the fifteen
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'f!the "outpouring of a grateful, people I tary-treasurer, A. E. Thomas. .. : :. "a 't : 19 for and only i against, and it is reported other parties to a small plot of land

;; 'upon a group of boys who are dear to The directors of the association reelected Dinner that Okeechobeo City cast 55 in St. Cloud. Seeing that the petition-

the 'hearts of Kissimmee and ..Col., were: A. E. Donegan, E. L. for Boys ,of Co "B votes for the new county and none was filed at the,July meeting of the
''O'Bryan was never more eloquent Ft. Board and the deed on August 3rd, tie
Lesley, J. Wade Tucker, W. B. Makinson against; Drum has not been
than' on this occasion as he spoke in Ackies Bass Ern: question must-, have' arisen asto
H. C. Stanford, heard from here, but persons claimingto
behalf of the city,' est Mach, S. L. Lupfei1 N. C. Bryan, A movement his been inaugurated to add to the plenuret-and know declare the sentiment in that whether their names had anyri&ht on

Lieutenant Jarrell ably. 'respondedfor Pat.Johnston, W. B. Harris, S. T. comforts of the boys of Company B by supplying delicacies for their precinct was practically unanimous the discussion petition. 'There was a good deal
the ; of between Messrs. Mas'seyand
company Fansler and A. E,.Thomas, and on mo- for the new county.The' +
The "boys" then marched 'to the next Sunday's dinner. To this end all who are interested are requested Cadel, and a number of law booksbeing'
tion of C. A. Carson who declined reelection law creating Okeechobee
coun. '
:armory, preceded by the band, and as to send their donations to the Red,Cross room in the Casino consulted. Finally, Mr., Massey .
I. A. Hamilton and :M.: D. ty provides'that its first officials shall
the sun descended below the horizon, Alexander were tamed -to fill the building beore'10 o'clock Sunday morning. Somebody will be there be appointed \by the governor in time stated that' his clients waived this

the strains of the national anthem places of himself and K. McPherson receive :h t. and Gl: M. Taylor has kindly offered the use of his truckto to take charge of its affairs';the first matter and said that what they wanted
the air and "Old Glory" of ..nd. ..
out 'road
Tang on was a preferrably
on the board. deliver it to the fair grounds.All Monc1aln'September. '
was brought slowly down. phalt,:"to Melbourne. '
Mobilization of the Company. One oft the most important questions the citizens 'of KUsimmee, particularly the ladies, are invitedto Okeechobee,county takes off about Owing to the fact that"tbe two road \
taken In the that of thirty miles from the end of
'The mobilization of {lbe company I: I issuing up bonds to the'amount meeting was of .$7,500 participate in providing a liberal- shower of good things for the Osceola county, leaving_ lower the ,'county petitions did not include! the,same ter T&I;

''progressed* with the precision usual .boys. nearly! fifty long north and ritory, it became'apparent that two
; to take care of the purchase,price of,1 : miles "
election. must be. held in order to express
with military affairs. Promptly at 10 j, the land due at this time,' to pay the j south., WM. '' .
the will of the people. This mat
the reveille "
o'clock -
Sunday balance on the buildings, etc. The ,
,. Bounded and Katz to I PRESENTED MRS. LIGHTSEY. ENJOYING ter was discussed at some length.'the
was Capt. spoke meeting was unanimously in favor' of MAY STILL BE AMERICANS COMFORT BAGS L i I *
Board trying to settle the matter with .
the company at the Armory 'where I this step and voted long term bonds LIFE AT PENTWATER, MICH. I
TO one election However, the'attorneyfor
,, .' rthey': had'Btatlng' that they payable in $500 installments for fifteen Senator Fletcher's Plan t. Restore Citizenship '
'were then automatically drafted)into I .,/' to Men Fighting With Mrs. II. C; Lightsey,,who is 'spend the Board pointed out"that; this "
(Federal service by the proclamationof the' The boys of. Company B were pre ing the summer at Pentwater, Mich.,! could not be done>and two elections
No date was decided on for the fair Allies sented with comfort would have to be held. 'Commissioner tt
the president. No formation was'Required Tuesday writes the Gazette a.,follows: I
this winter as it was thought the evening from Mrs. M. A. Clark Mrs.. buy made motion that.the elections '
I of the men except retreat, The senate committee on military We have had,cool weather... Ilnce I a
I._. which was sounded at sunset. board of directors could best. handle affairs has ordered favorable J. Wesley Brown and Mra.S., B.,Ault- coming only had about ten days 'of I be held on the same day, with two separate "

,I{ '. The final mobilization of Company this question. a reporton man, representing the Kissimmee warm weather: and It. is quite cool I polling,booths,.two ballot: boxes, #;
I (G l., B was affected Tuesday and the forty. Ifawas suggested that 'a truck garden the bill, Introduced: by Senator_ ladies, again nowy I suspect it is quite Far i and two seta of inspectors and clerks,
be planted within the fair grounds Fletcher of Florida to restore to American Capt. Howard KaU addressed the TJiis motion .seconded bi'
i'i eight men and three officers presentat In Kissimmee. ,They wore,overcoats was \ .CO\"t
enclosure, which will serve as a practical American boys as they stood at attention and missioner Walker and carried, and the
Kissimmee were mustered into citizenship those citizens and ,furs on the ,4th of July, and was
A, 'Federal+ service. Physical ex mlna- demonstration to all visitors who gave up their; citizenshipwhen Corporal Edward. L. Newton responded cold enough! for fire almost all the elections were 'called for September

, tlons'by Bernard Sharp; Capt., <;U. S. The sideration.project has been taken under con they enlisted in the, armies of in behalf, of ,the -company. time till.July.20th; then it was warm" 15, and the inspectors and clerks i appointe'd -

" !A.,'. and Hugh A. Thompson,, first the Allies, upon their enlisting in the Bags had been provided for each one for ten days,'but fire. feel., Ite comfortable as follows lfi vV ,
, ;lieutenant Medical Reserve Corps, Capt. H. Katz his petitioned the meetIng American army. Thousands.of Americana and several additional bags were pre +'tonight,. Berries, "cherries, t T' St Cloud Precinct. :$:

t "were given theamenMonday'August in behalf of company'for'theuse prior to the entrance of the' pared for the members who may Join currants Qnd other fruits' and. Voge- For $as-Asphalt or Other....Materiali

,?/*%' 1,.,with the result that nine of them of the fair grounds during the United States into the war, joined the the company later. The boys seemed tables"'are:>lentlful;andhe, hillsides .P... E! Morgan,,Jf;;1C, ConnJ; E. E. ,
time the This : .
were discharged. Th le' were? Supply company forces of France, Great Britain and greatly pleased with these convenient are>with.' ,many, beautiful Livermore inspectors;' Fred .>Kenney"' y
and the Kissimmee '
r Sergeant,Jame..C. Buckles, First was readily granted the' other allies.; In many instances home reminders from the ladies flowers. ,clerk. :.v ;'
' Electric' Light andWater, ; Company ladies. , M. : -4: StCloudl* Precincti a
?, 'Class:Private"ArthuB.Jarrell' and they were forced to swear allegiance .
..Privato>Donovan Barber,-George. D. ,: _agreed,to,furnishjelectric.lights to the government under, whose flag As usual when anything pertalnnlg KISSIMMEE'BAND WILL GIVE For Brick: "(

;. ,Sumner,,Drew. M.AI.vey.Edwin. G, during Kissimmee the stay of the company. they-were to fight, thereby losing American to the Kissimmee company iIgolng' on SPECIAL' CONCERT FOR CO. B Edward'' George >J., I. Cummings,
"The .
t Currington, Armenious Garris, JamesJi. Telephone Company citizenship. ,It.i is, these men It, crowd of citizens, gathered\ witness ' \- Ralph Reynolds//;: Inspectors j" tD.H..
I vx- :C. .Collinetend'Chamie! l Evans.";. Three an'willfurnish'desired to'do something:,for the boys, whom Senator Fletcher plans to, givean the presentation and they heart The .Klalimmee'Concert Band will GUI., 'cleric.V: <
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members or-'the 'company ''i'eeeived a with telephone' opportunity to, become American ily applauded the speakers. play a?concert foie;.the members'of Nareeeeaee Preeiaet. 'qFor

P' discharge August don .account of dependent servc Commis.ion'an. I if the consent of,the,, State* citizens again if they, desire to do so. Company B, Sunday night out at the Sand-Asphalt er Other'Mit.rII. bF

"n. relatives.l 'These' men are: ,R. R. be obtained.\ ,Miss'Marlon' Sargent enjoyed a fair grounds..where; they areenamp. H. H., Hul, i' M> t.,Tindall C.B.

, \'v._ E,' Johnston? Malcolm 1M., Over I :'Miss Emma Tyson has returned toher. day's outing at Tampa Sunday. Her ed, commencing1 at 7:80: o'clock.G. Buckley,' inspectors S.'J. Bntrflen,
...-jt and Henry M. Maklnson. Wm. Ed. Pound arrived Monday at home"at Nareoose.e/:haying.spout sister Mrs. S. -Reeves..' postmaster M. Shearouse, director, of the clerk.,, w'... 4
: Nine of this'men belonging to'Com-. noon from">> Kissimmee where he spent the past: 'three 'months In: 'variousstates at Avon Park, Joined her'at Lakeland band, has\)promised to Include J the 'Narc_.... Phdlld r a

i'': B failed to present themselves : a :reek with his sister, Mrs. A. D. including few weeks Visit in Saturday for the, day at''Tampa and mat cheerful airs and'gayest."rags" Per Brick '

, any,;at the armory.and have been reported : Gilbert .1J.( apait,\:Sunday with Ms enderioI\TWe.N. C.J; 'six =weeks .at continued tier visit Monday and Tuesday in the prograhx and. It,is ;safe td predict R L. Evans\ J.' C.: Tyson,'-* C. W.

.1, "absent: without "'T8.*'' I uncle, John MeDaniel in Jacksonville. University of Tennessee at:'Knoxville at ICIsslwiiiiinI;: that a crowd of citizens will motor Brans, inspectors; F.W. HdlL sled. r.
\s Capt Howard" Kats was among the He .. a' member Coy E lst:,RgN.. ,.,end ."trip\through '''the North "- oat to the'eamp to pronUed ., ,-VThi. *.left the'Deer Parlr Inspeetors'

iunfortunate ones who were unable to G. F. 'and will nmaiD.ta....',nth his taking: in Cincinnati and Cleveland, ,Judge & D.,,Decker of,St'Cloud: tract with tte [:solAersrTThe and clerk be'appointed,"and It ;ram', Hi, "
'r''. -: ? ,'\", "" .-,;-.. '---""" peren "'!ra.Ul r'lhe' eompW1 'goes''to :OhioBuffalo 'and 'N c Falls'N.; was in Kissimmee Monday, looking Sunday af ternon street concert will W I' found that eight freeholdert could .lid. * *

mack'POIn.!!-Suwannee Citizen. Y. and Toronto Canada. after legal business. rendered. as-usual. p r -
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J'.0.: Mii' '* dailies* Jacksonville and_Tampa..
*. SHINGLEJJREEK 'There nothing to hide about our CALOMEL DYNAMITES: YOUR '
St Cloud Department organization. The suggestion of the '
most committee ire brutally frank in come
)If[: One of the enjoyable partiesever respects,:especially where the peanut MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES"DoteM's "

given on Shingle Creek was Fri. politicians-the "Thumbs Down" ,. .' ,.
NEWS AND NOTES ,OF THE "WONDER ,CITY" FROM OUR OWN day night, when Mr. and Mrs., Walter crowd, if you please-are concerned, .'ft...

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT friends but that crowd will find all of
Bronson entertained a few and us even Tone tonight. Your druggist Or dealer {
neighbors at their home here. more brutally frank when tfyey .stickup Urn Tool" Skits Your liver ..ill* you a 60 cent bottle of Dod oa's *
their heads again. They will find Liver lobeunder.. my personal moue). '*
Veteran' Association merman, J.: II. Ferguson and N. L. Edwards The house was tastefully decoratedIn Be&r nil Calomel and Yon DOl'lost back guarantee that each Spoonful wiMfjclean
heavy bitten at the bat this tlm
Association met at 2 have decided to close their the national colors, cut flowers and '" Work your sluggish liver better than a .
The yeterans' men who are unafraid and able to i Da, and that it
of calomel won't M
business potted plants. The dose nasty
r 4th president in the places of at 6:30: from August evening was quickly
p. m., August make their hits score. And the small make you sick. J
13th until November 17th. spent in playing game and music, ,
Liven iluggUh liver Feel
chair. paper in their own immediate vicinitywill up your Podnon'i Liver Tone is real liver i.
J. M. Huffman visited 'his relatives after which delicious ice cream and fine and cheerful make your work a
T Song, "Ameria"'rayer modiclne. You'll know it next morning }If
not hare the backbone
only of
cake-just such. the amiable hostess us pleasure; be vigorous and full of ambition. wake feeling floe ,
last. because will "
> by Rev. Kinney. at Davenport, FIa.V:on Sunday you up
knows how to served all to stiffen his own, but he will be in But take .no nuty, dangerous liver will\ be working; headache 1
prepare was at tour 1
i Reading of minute and approval. Miss Jane Warner has accepted a late duty bound to resent to the very last calomel because it make you sick and and dizziness gone; stomach will be "
hour. Those '
Collection for hall.Tfo clerk in Zimmerman'sstore a present were you may lose a. da, work.Calonuil l '
position as word the unjust advantage' that has sweet and bowels regular. '
Misses Susie Tyson, Iva is mercury or quicksilver vegan'
visitors or new arrivals an. and will begin her duties next Pearl McSorton been taken:of him by these same men which causes necrosis of the bone. Dndsnn's Liver Tone .M entirely ,
nounced. Lost and found articles Margaret Anderson, table therefore harmless and can not "
week. when he to extent Calomel' crashes Into sour bile like ,
was a great --or '
mentioned. Johnnie Bronson, Lucretia Overstreet, dynamite breaking it up. That's whin nallvate. ,Give It' to your eI1l1.1non.l'i i
Mrs. J. F. O'Berry of Palatka was thought he wahelplell.Fol1owlne.are of lifting Dodnon'
of orderor Elberta Anderson Messrs. George you feel that awful nausea and cramping. Million people are is
Nothing special for good in our city on 'Monday, calling onfriend' Overstreet, Malcolm Overstreet,. Lu. the complete suggest Listen<< to mel If you want to enjoy Liver Tone instead of dangerous calomelnow. .:
< St. Cloud. .. tions: the nicest, gentlest liver and bowel Your druggist will tell you that
Song, "Old Black Joel" dour Lanier, Carl Overstreet, Curtis cleansing. you ever-experienced just taltoaspoonful the sale of Calomel 1 Is almost topped :
Miss ,HufTard, with a social program G. A. Bleech is having the, debris Yates, Trio Bronson, Dan Keen, Mrs. "Florida Publishers' Auxiliary" of harmless Dod on's Liver entirely here. t

took charge. cleaned 'away after 'the fire preparatory R. L. Ivey, Mr.' and Mrs. G. C. Bron Newspapers of general circulation -- . --... -- wr

f First a song, "Oh Bring Back My to building. son, F H. Tyner and family, L. N holding membership in' the Florida and the day of the faker., made short taming three ounces of orchard white. F t
Bonnie to Me," followed by splendid Mrs. Ollie Harris and Misses Mit- Neikirk, J H. Joiner and Art Bronson, State Press Association eligible to in the land. I Care should be taken to strain tb. I
tie May, Anna and! Louisa Hoppe and Mr; and Mrs. Walter Bronson and membership:
program of recitations, vocal music "Free" tainted plato can be headedoff juice through a fine cloth so no lemon"
Ella McAllister motored to Kissim daughter, Annabelle., PURPOSE-Mutual profit, mutual I. this lotion will
then keep
readings and some Instrumental by concerted refusals and the pulp gets in, i
men on Sunday to attend the band con Miss Johnnie Bronson Kissim/ protection, co-operativ efficiency,
music by piano, violins and accordcon. deadly "broadside. 'Those who get fresh for months. Every woman ,r
I, very much regret, 'as promisedme 'cert ,and the presentation of an automobile mee, i is visiting: her' aunt, Mrs.' G. C. cd-operative 'expense' reduction cooperative big pay for "riding the paper man" that lemon juice is used to bleach and 4'

that I did not get a copy of the truck to Company B by Col. Bronson. this N fek. community progress work. can be made useless to their employers remove such blemishes as freckles, sal- V'
program, therefore I am unable' to Lewis O'Bryan from the people of School opeifij-JJ.Monday with Miss PLAN-Maintain central clearinghouse by the same "broadside;" lowness and tan'and is the ideal skin 'j

'p'lv.'namea and subjects. I can say. -Kissimmee.: Iva Niswonger as teacher, with a good in charge of an officer to be selected -. Co-operative Efficiency softener, whitener and beautifier ""t

that!It was better than the average. Mrs.. George M., Clark has' sold her attendance. by board of directors and to tbe Some Florida offices, both small and Just try it! Get three ounces of .
property in St. Cloud and gone to .1." H. Joiner left Monday Canada responsible to them. This officer to
Little Miss Hoffard received many for large, have gone to considerable expense I orchard white at any drug store and,
Lowell Massj but will probably be where he' to' his direct and execute the. affairs of the
expects from the and makeup '
congratulations.: Each one had good to install cost systems. Some two 'lemons grocer w
t, in St. Cloud next winter. future home. auxiliary in carrying'out object of this sweetly) fragrant '
selections- J. L. BROWN, Sec'yMiss are more complete than others. All a quarter plnttof .
A. E. Drought and family have goneto and Mrs. Johnson C. the association. Members to be
H Mr. and Mrs. I will .be willing to co-operate by giving I lemon lotion and massage it daily t
Gillie Saylor and Mr. Rum.inell Daytona Beach for a vacation.R. A. Garrett spent the week-end at bound by majority rule in handling! the basis :upon which they figure into the face,.neck*. arm and hand,
motored to Kenansville on Sat- D. Gibbs is here from Havana for Daytona .Beach. matters of a nature applicable! to all I &lsan.r..lona to ereoth q"swaghrvA ;
.L?=A ......I'Wta:! I m -/.It/ =I'I! ,tt W4tk.t?",'fPW'nt'lr.J'Fml! f "mY' fim6if .. i"rt .fa t 1ftrrli;c''ikif"t( pied o Fo-bperltlo"ti"; raj I a Itrtbal-lhw.e.atrairurltfiaa.arta! simplified;; .but tested basis for com hands.. ;'

'Mis* Eva Savage and..G.rfiejd Rig- Van Denberg, and has been entertained week visiting friends;here.,. der penalty of forfeit of cash deposited p Ung.coata: and computing job printIng "

fran motored to Kissimmee on Sundayto by Miss Olive Allison. and the G. C. Bronson I is building a fine new'i ; ,None of this to ApprytiS I in all the offices represented by Viiiting cards printed by the Valley ;

see Company B drill Misses Doolittle. barn .on his place here. local matter for each newspaperbut member of this band. Gazette Job Department J Jt

Ryan Bros have started up their W. Barber, Mr. Bowling and Lynn Mrs. Steffee left Tuesday for Tyson only to. matters affecting the Plans for building 'up local advertising ,
tore' in S. W Porter' real estate of Daugherty motored to paytona Beach. Creek,"where she will teach the following mutual interest. can be passed on by the central

on Thursday, returning Friday. term. EXPENSE-Fund.: commensuratewith office. If the Interest justifies, it For Father nd Son ,r

fice.Mr.. Chapman of Buffalo,'N. Y., has The Yoke Fellows and Golden Rule I Mrs L. A. McLean returned to her the work undertaken to be provided might be well for arrangements to

w arrived in ouq! city and has already Girls held a weinie roast at the lake home at Gotha after a few days' visit' at the outset,. and plan of assessment be made for someone well informedby 36O PICTURES

purchased property.Mr. front Tuesday and all report havinga to, her sister, Mrs. W.'I,. Moseley. to be worked out by the de- study of these plans to visit various '
Brammar is now located in the fine time. Cecil Keen of Gotha is visiting relatives rectors. No member to be received for members, view the field and assist ARTICLES .:

'Maklnson building until his storeroom Mrs. Grove raised a watermelon in here this week.I. less than,a cash payment of $25. .in putting some of these plans' EACH MONTH

can be repaired, which was damaged her garden which weighed pounds. P. Tyson was a business caller to Suggest $25 for all under 1,000'to to work. ON ALL NEWS STANDS 4.' ,

by the fire. Some watermelon.Mr. Kissimmee Wednesday. 2,000, and $76 over that. The same suggestions apply to clrculatiorv -I I ',\-
J. 1H Ferguson is in receipt of a Ferdinand Rath, who. has been Mr. and Mrs. Ira Keen and children MUTUAL PROFIT-Most important 15 Cents

' } letter from W. N. Garner of Lebanon, spending the summer with friends in are visiting relatives at Orange of all matters,, coming under Plans for office equipment, arrangement <

"Ky., saying that they are getting the North, is expected.home on Thurs Center this week. this head I. the systematic campaign. make-up of newspapers, and POPULARMECHANICS

'along nicely and wishes to be remembered day.Mrs. W. L. Moseley and family and Mrs. ing for foreign advertising. This criticisms of newspaper and job

to his many friends in St. Cloud. A. McGill, Margaret McGill McLean motored to Lake Conway Fri. must be done in a manner that will printing in a mall "round table"

Mrs. Watson Gladys Saunders and Mrs. Mary Johnson, Morris Johnson day. bring results or it Is worse than useless could be made profitable and work. ..MAGAZINEmrm ;
Win Marshall.took a business trip to and Everett Barlow motored to Kis and to accomplish the desired results for efficiency. i I '/
Kissimmee.on W edneed y'. simmee on Sunday to attend the band I will necessitate the expenditureof Exchange of trained printer *so you CM urotxmiio IT x
DEER PARK AO the Gmt Event In Mcchmic i
Charlie Johnson of Sanford spent concert.= considerable money. If we are pressmen and office men could be EuiMntac and. Invmtioa throughouttbTworid. .

Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mr and Mrs. N. W. Beauchamp returned ,--.-' going into this thing for one year,' we made advantage on occasion .ar* Mcribd'oociu.In M 1.000.00.. ..'

'4 .]Hrs. W. M. Johnson, on Eleventh Monday, after spending a short The state librarian of the Federation may as well quit now. It will take a There' are many other matters .. . .',..
street vacation at Jacksonville.W. year to get results started. Later we mmf. ..'*- .M..MWM__.< '
: of Clubs presented to making for efficiency' that would y.uMUI '
left \ Woma\11\ Ski...saes -......._I..a.......
Messrs. Everett Barlow, Anson Mc Q. Reynolds: on Mondayfor will reap a harvest and such papers
the Deer Park school 86 partly worn ante from time to time 1 f such a cen. Maher Meekaabe.
Gill, Liddias Nlswonger- Nelson: and the,"soldelrs' home at Johnson City. volumes taken from the }graveling lib as come in after that must take their tral office were established and 'aggressively L _.....,.... .......'rzos_ .:..w.iir:=
Sellers took a fishing trip on Monday Tenn. rarlea. This i III a nucleus for a libraryfor share of the burden by paying a maintained. --w------J
evening t* AlligatorLake, and caught Mr. Charles A. Jones .accompanied higher fee. Each year'' will find us. te Reduction *M MU tT*MM. ttW*rr.M.i KAUM' eF
this school Expense
district.Mr V r.r rwT
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of fish. F. P. Wheeler home from Johnson intrenched. -" w' -
nice-mess more strongly
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This will be taken of in .
andn nMnrsnn.nnnnnnnnnnnnn, care some a w_ar..- Ir eel w r.w..w.ea
John i I. cleaning his lot City Tenn. and returned there on | Second, in importance for, profit is w-.err sass raw w..w.a -
Padgett up Mr., and :Mr*. W. H. Kempfer pent degree by the purchasing of certain POPULAR .0MA.1oa MA@AZUN ;:!\
and getting ready to 'put up 'a newbulldln'g' Tuesday.Mr. Monday in Kissimmee. Mr. Kempfer the purchasing of supplies used by all supplies in job lots, by ,the greater .Mnra."s Yss----- {

on Pennsylvania avenue. A. A. Martin left on Thursday attended the ce nty commissioners' members. The officer in charge of office, equipment efficiency, and by
'Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Porter, who last for Hot Springs, Ark. while Mrs. Kempfer visited headquarters should get on terms of ''the; exchange: men. "_,.,, 11I_"'..._ .,,_ M .....sisssr.L. 'l
meeting, .. '.
have been in Bangor Me. Mrs.., Dorothy Jaques sold twenty with all the houses in 1 f.ra fa .lsatliaa. .la.1
visiting i with: Mrs. Wheeler, a former teacher intimacy paper "(Arrangements probably can be _.r.trilfttvtt(0 mmrf! NIIleNM J
I and In ,New York; City, returned. hereon acres of land on Saturday evening last' of4j this"place.'. Before they left l .the his etlolnd, through tha;force: of made with some plato house for week- .
"Friday'evening I 1 III t.' '1"' 'i"J"A and on'Tuesday:sold bungalows onMassachusetts has blg"jeo-op rativej>uying power, securv '
:i" \Iiti'.tj l :;: Mrin iiiiapHnftfiiii city i Suptf CSifeE.yiYowelJlite) i presentedthem .!!. Iy Florida newdaervicewithout: lead ':
d t.Missl M.;'SeliciaGrayp'ofUniontown avenue.QpB3pp8flii |the]t ir refusal[ 1 lots of|job '
with a number of fine new books w Lo! J heads; but'with proper) :a subheads each
Pa; who ha the Mr. George M.. Clark died Monday lines that discontinued A-finenew!
; spent 'past for the new school library. stock from are being paper using a head of its own, style
.. eleven week in Augusta, Ga., is now evening at his home on Pennsylvaniaavenue Mrs.., Ethel Vickers of New Smyrna or that for any reason are over the plate'matter.. '

: visiting her cbu8inTJlla McAllister, and his remains were taken to has been spending a pleasant week being offered at a big' discount. He Special prices.may be obtained on rfaHc forpracficallij

on'Carolina avenue.' Lowell, Mass., for interment on with Mrs. Cubbage and other friends: could send out hurry letters with cuts and drawings: through the central -

Messrs. S. Brammar,. L. U. Zim- Wednesday. Mrs. Vickers is the daughter of Mr. samples of the stock, each member office, and cuts of a general nature |

Geo. Davis, formerly, of this place, and could tate haw much he would take, could be purchased by groups of I j |

her many friends are enjoying her it could be sent direct to him if freights papers, each using them in turn. i iCoope'raUn' noTinN

sojourn among them. the same or to the central office Community Progress :

Mr and Mrs. Britt and Mr. Thos. and distributed if that is cheaper, and Work I :

Bond motored to Kissimmee Sunday the entire shipment could be billed In order to'make the auxiliary stand I

1 '/4 They found the road good' and enjoyedthe and the bill discounted in the central for something to'the layman, and to,;
office. We could be ready to contractfor ,
outing. establish ourselves as a worthy or "
Mr. and Mrs. Bert CJark and family our new print for the c mln'gyear ganization and one that has an entityto ,

left last week to spend a vacation with and thereafter, that being a at.ple .- ; be considered when matters of importance liilliiiiiiiiiuju--i You "

I Mrs. Clark's parents in Youngstown, size and quality, and in this and i. to the state are brought before -

I.Ohio, after,which Mr. Clark's work other ways co-operate with the paper the public, we would suggest co. Save Moneywhen "

Patch? will be in the north. Their' many purchasing! committee of the Florida : operative community progress cam- you refinish furnitureand

r: friends here regret .their departure. )Press Association., : paigns, undertaken simultaneously by wood work yourself with 1
MUTUAL PROTECTION-There the; various members of the auxiliaryfor

1 It will got: you- homo "DON'T TREAD ON ME" III a growing inclination) on the part of I their respective communities and. apses flee J

politicians to "swat tho newspapers" the credit shared 'by the auxiliaryand
We, the newspapers of :Florida' will everywhere. Unless we band togetherand the individual papers. i I J .USOlDy C J I

.t *nfes THE new.Fiak Cementle Patch for ba recognized by the next Legislature present broadsides that can maim I ,

' i JL ,auto tire ha the strength where you of Florida. We will be recognized by and kill Instantly, we will find the LEMONS, WHITEN. ANDBEAUTIFY ..... !/ ,

tf ms want jt.. It'. thick:,,in the ce ter., Cover, national advertisers and we will carry power of the press diminished erelong THE, SKIN NO 'maher'it' w badly J,
r a larger cut but because all waste rubber Florida's message into the halls in to where it will not be "some scratched your doors t S. t

i ia eliminated cost les. Most which sit the financiers of this coun thing to be reckoned with" but rather Make this, beauty loitbn cheaply for eaally floors-or restore them with'can one ( !

.,,4 efficient and best value''tire patch on try. We will do this through organization i something that can be .safely disregarded your face,-nexrkv,,arms_and.hands coat of Pee Gee RE-NU-LAC. -:
the market-the best insurance you'll ,.whi<:organization has become : The co.t"small,the results J
r home. This of vital neoesity to us, else it is These broadsides can be delivered At the cost of a small jar of ordin. are ftreat.It : :
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patch of '
get the
one come* In all sizes, from r.
$ many atandard value very doubtful that it could ever have only when someone is stationed in the ary cold cream ,one can prepare a full 15c up. Made In 20 Natural <
been accomplished., lookout to give the range. In other quarter pint'of the most wonderful Wood and Enamel Colors. ,

In the news columns of this issue i words, when one member of our'band lemon skin softener and ,complexion White Gold 'and Silver. .'

we carry the story of the meeting of Ie attacked, we can, through' the cen beautifier, by squeezing the juice of. PE\SL E-GAULBERT CO, be "

f r EIst'y six earnest newspaper men of Floridathe tral office, "give the range" to every two fresh ,lemons into a bottle con. 4xmi.vUto.KyOSCEOLA J

'' tiff 1 ., committee and three advisers' runner. It will be ''You can fire when HARDWARE CO
v ,ri try 0 and their discussions that led up to you are ready, Gridley." The firing Drtve*Oat Malaria,Builds Up System

y 'IftliSUNDIUES the adoption of a plan to accomplishwhat will be 'up to Gridley. TbcOldSUiHUrd gtar.' Mretftbrala teak Kissinnet, FU. .,.
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.__- ) ( II we have outlined. This committee Certain advertising{ agencies have 11.Lrla.arlrheetheblo.l..M bands mtern. :<
1 ,' I A There** no higher quality any. ha made complete recommendation been known to work schemes to the A trus teak For maw aad chlldnm. Me. .

'' t" j,\ where. No motorist should be with- for carrying on the ,,affairs ofa detriment and disadvantage of newspaper -. {'.,,'

'If *0I* Y.out them.: Among the bet known business auxiliary and has called a *. This can be avoided through* .0.000t..ooooo. .. .. . .. . . .. . ., . . .. . . .. . . ..... *
Fiak Sundries ,. ,,, ,, .
are Fialc Emergency: meeting of representative of all the central office. -T --p' "

Patchea Pure Fin Para Cement in I newspapers holding membership in Florida ia overrun by fake advertising The Silver Sea Hotel
1' lube ,and and- Fiok Repair ,
)! can the Florida ,State Press Association.: schemers during the winter. .z

Material. This meeting will be held in Orlando The word can"be passed along In an ; ATLANTIC( ,BEACH CORONADO.FLA.' J
.; onsAnguBt 18th,which i* a' Saturday efficient manner by the central office :
Ftk) TWf Far Sale ByJ ,attend. Now .. trader tke .... f
\. when i every publisher cant; .....1'. A. Fred Falck. /*

r%: There will be no-feast and no flower What LAX-FOS :, Cuin. tu''L'eiLd's. Dinners a a Specialty.; :A.U keeU ail trI i.u'.t, "' '
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at that meeting-wlll'cease to be theor- A Digestive Liquid Laxative, Cathartic : J i: x :
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LIBERAL DONATIONS B. E. Evans, Valley Gazette C. E. Hilton MAKES APPEAL TO CIVIC ANDRE VAN DER'MEERSCH, Makes r. __, _I" '....'.*,',;,.

Roma Thomas, Mildred and Ethel PRIDE FLORIDA PEOPLEStats SOUGHT BY Says Phosphate .
BEING; HIS WIFE: .1F 'tOY1'ttlAT| s -
Lee, Mrs. Sallie Pilley, J. B. Reese, 0> MIOMCSTCkASA f, *

TRUCK J. W. Simpson C. E. Yowell. ,C: L. Board of Health will publisha I 'Last Sunday's New,!i York Worldpublished Beautiful Women and ""1416 ..nvCNU1sNO'OT ,

.I\.*, FORJto-B Farmer, A. Rosen Lewis O'Bryan, list of'cities where..sanitary, regulations a number of -phoWCT&pha.w ,I :, 'Vigorous psi f, e; ,, 't
... Edgewater Farms Co., K. C. McPherson : Strong Healthy, IS''"6"' ''.".. &o.... 4* ,.
are enforced.A tb the
Messrs. Fred Bass and Edgar Katz J.M., Hansell C..E. Hyde G. M. inscription, "among the" AltO v.u wii.4.sEA '
.., who have been soliciting funds for the Taylor W B. Crawford'B. E. Haley.. plan to:appeal to the civic prideof underneath. Robust rooo silo OMBRIAICWA"T1l 0

purchase of an auto truck and phonograph 'J ohn,L. Beaman., Florida people has been referred to Prominent among them, we notice r

for the use-of ,Company B, The following.$2.60 subscriptions, mayors of the various' municipalitiesby the smiling countenance of Andre van Men. .
der Meench, formerly of Kissimmee //w
have met'with a most liberal response were received .the State Board of Health. It calls -
t. from our citizens. 'The fund has been F. S. Gilbert, G. F.. Kribbs, F.. C. who is being sought by his wife. The Phjaktans all ever the world are prescribing THIS THE FOOD
wholesale removal oj, Conditions following phosphates to build rundown
: description
.t over-subscribed, and will leads a nice Bryan J. D. Jeffords, J.: T. Burc'khaJter. accompaniedthe.photgraph enemic conditions: and those SHOPof .

camp fund with which ,,the boys can Nelson Realty Co., Albert Bearden that cause the annual high death : who have treated their patients the town. We are the butcher..* r

provide luxuries, as some necessities ,.Nat .Carson, Jr.-Sam. Lupfer!, Jr., rate from intestinal diseases by enforcement The wife of Andre van der,Meersch, with Argo-Phoaphat are changing of We now''
not furnished by the govern Stanley Bullock Carson Farmer: G. of' approved ordinancesand thirty-four years old, at moving picture thin, enemic women with toneless renown. ,are serving
regulations.; man, in which, profession he is tiaante flabby flesh,' Into the moat the most astldicos folks with' 'the, G
ment. W. Best Fred M. Bass.
beautiful and best m'
known Paul and rosy-cheeked plump meats they have eaten
4 f The people of this county have The following $2 _subscriptions. Every municipal executive In the as Dupont Albert round formed women imaginable. and ''the foods they purchase are
Manes, is trying to'find him. Last
been state has been addressed by Dr. Hiram -
t t. never appealed to for funds for a'L were received( delivered their with
saw" him June 29 1915 Jackson Atlanta da. Dr. Jacobson said In' A at homes a
Byrd, scientific at
. more worthy cause. Those of us-who J. R. Gilbert,'Milton Pledger, G. W. secretary of the State recent Interview" that (0 per cent of speed that's never beaten.
Board of Health, his ville, where he was leaving for San enemla comes from nervoui breakdown
are permitted to stay at home should Overstreet Geo., P. Gardner, J; M. cooperation .
"feel it be B. ; Whid- and that o( his people in the Francisco, while his wife came to New which can only be corrected by supplyIng -
a privilege to allowed to con. Hfillson, Jr., Otis Stevens P. the neceaiary phosphates to thenvrvou
tribute of den movement. Towns coming "to the York', for moving 'picture work with system that 4s lacking; In- the
our means to help lightenthe Wenner & Sawyer, H..M. Break. up food pou'eatan dthls can be quicklyaupplfedby
burden of those who will representus er, G. }I.. Shearouse, Jr., Ralp 'Turner, sanitary requirements will be listed by the Edison, Peerless and Equitable taking one or two (-grain City Market

at the front'of battle. E. C. Dusenberry J. A. Barclay. the State Board of Health in order concerns. He was born in Antwerp ArKO at Phosphate bed time.tablet.It will" after In many each sues me.1and

The. 'following that the responsibility be'place was agent, of, the. Red Star Line in make a pale .orawney fnoe the pictureof
Below( we publish a list of those who $1 ,subscriptionswere may health In a tew' day*. I have seen ,
have already subscribed, and if there received; on those cities that do not cooperatein Belgium at one time, also agent-"in women ,that I expected would have to
W. H. Jonee Ht: Boice J. J. the campaign."The Buenos Ayi s. Wife received be kept under treatment for months" restored .
.' are others who 'desire'to' get on the W. to perfect toealth In one pr twoweek.
; 'I. death rate from letters from him, up to Sept. 8, .' time.SPECIAL ;- ,
honor roll, it is not too late yet to add Woodall, E. S. Hall, H. Redditt, J. intestinal die NOTICE: The Ariro-Phoa-
their names and subscriptions: McPhatter O. C. McLean, Nellie Lup eases in Florida is entirely too high" 1916.. She and husband once had an phate recommended by Dr. F. H. Jacob. 4JKEBOSIN10

Lupler & 'ra\ber, $50; Osceola fer,'W. L. Panlk, J..J. McCranie, J, J. says Dr. Byrd's communication. "To orange grove in Kissimmee, Fla. He s prescribed on contains by phoaphatea leadingphyelclans such aa are .

County Commissioners, $50 ..C.A.. Griffin, G. L. Hammack, Z. Bass, be more specific in the registration has been heard from,in Portland, New throughout the '.'world and it will be
; the st. effectvle form for
Carson, $25; ,M, Kat&.'$16 Osceola Floyd Tison, Roy White. '' area of the United States;,there are Orleans,'San Francisco and San.Jose. found patient. with Nervoui Dys- I
The' amount'subscribed date i iE868 is eighty-seven deaths one hundred His family is well known in Belgium pepela. Stomach Trouble*. renew;
County School Board, $60;; Arthur E. and Ncrvoua 1'rostratlon. It will
thousand population from Intstinal and France.,, His brother Jean, is a youthful vim and vigor and build up
.' DonepIl94 EdpLwiaskflbiddarr.0 ... r aex. .w.r rxvaal} :::.; ...... Ift..tb." the whole body. If your drunclit will AND CRl1D. OIL
direerer an 13elpali
.... rv.ry'Hyaepatestllu..ega ., ....... . ," \ !
The following $10 subscriptions t ""'" of ""Bulgaria: IW -aupDlyyoawlth.A: rgo-plwepha ..EnffltRun; on oil at any kind.
, k were received:. SJAARDA. GROWS, TALL CORN tion ara of Florida, there are one medals from the king AI-KO true< f Laboratories t'.OO''''or''t"wo",ww.ks 10 < >"t.-tmi.uL.4v, : >' NO'\. ; ..1..ttorFa2" ,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,ey,
Foraytllilt", Atlanta 4 h. engine will I run
N. C: Bryan; J/: C'Cad el. $. L. Lup- hundred and seventyi-fiVe deaths per given' before ,the present war. Information Pay ' for 10 p.houra at coat of ;0rU, day. i
Some splendid pecimans, oft; cornmeasuring' hundred thousand should be sent to I. S.'Lam 8lme I. 4. a, 10, 'e. IS K p. Bond
"'' ,' far, W. J. Sears, Rull Bass.; D. W.: people annually. Mr. .F, B.-UarveY'-and. W.. C. par- for prlcea. Pump. Mill Supplies, Enirlnea. .
at least ten feet were "The State Board of Health hall set bert No. 132 Nassau. street, New. Bollera Saw Mllla and Wood
Alderman Mach Bros., J L.: ., Over. ber-.retprned to .Kissimmee Sundayafter
brought)to the office of the Gazelle re itself cannot York
to correcting this. ''It do MALSBY'MACHINERY
,/ ,street, E. L. Lesley, Klssimmee Ice & 'two days' visit with relatives CO.
C. S. Co., J. Wade Tucker,. L. H. Ingrain cently.. The grower is Henry Sjaarda, this without the co-operation of the' ereTu sday' morning' Sentinel. '4e-le B. Bar St.. J.ek..vllle. Fie
and if this specfman of his crop people. We believe theyowill gladly -
G.' C. Livingston. -
f ly The we 'confidently expect that the south co-operate with us when they know RELATIVES IN BUCKEYE STATE -
r" following $5 subscriptions will be able to'feed herself this V'll
\... were received: sea true conditions. But-and here ,
son. Mr. Saarda lives In South KSs-. comes the tug of war-some towns The Valley Gazette, Kissimmee, Fla.,
J. H. Reed, C. Buckels, D. G. Wag-
i ner, Johnston & Garrett, W. E. San- simmee and 1 is an all-round. farmer. object to our telling this They say it Aug. 3, 1917. l The' favorite Store of Kistimmee "
will ,injure.Florida. Please change! our Address from t! I
;.* demon, T.;. M. Rivers, M. S. May, F. DIRECTORS' MEETING .
II. Lawson, Ordia Bass,Alex i "We have accordingly decided to Manistee, Mich., to Bucyrus, Ohio, R.
j. Reming-
. list the R. 8, care J.t, Morrow.We .
ton-Smith, L. II. Tress, G. F. Bass, C. Regular meeting of the board of di that come up to certain:

B. Elam, W. W. Carson, John Partin, rectors of the Kissimmee Ice and Cold sanitary requirements, so"that the missed lastweek'* paper and + yY

M. I. Stout E. D. Katz, Arnold & Storage Co. will be held at the pressdent's burden of responsibility for this high are anxious to see who waft drawn for FURNITUREWE ?
death rate military service. Our son, Earl" left
,\ MacDonough, R. A. Snyder, E. D. Mal: office of the State Bank next may rest where it belongs. .
I That list will August 2 for Gainesville, Fla.: being .
read follows .
C. L. T. M. as : "
toy, Bandy, Murphy S. II. : Tuesday afternoon, August 13, at 3:30
H "The following towns here'on furlough. He had enlisted In
\ Bullock, W. T. 'Thomas, J. W. Miller,.I o'clock. R. T. BUTLER, and cities in
v,, G. T. Singletary, A. E. Thomas, Wood 34.1t President, Florida are enforcing" such regulations National Guards Fla., and will report .
: for duty August 5.. We'will return to I ..
for the
"t B. B. prevention of; intestinal diseases HAVE III
Tiner, Simpson, H,C Stanford, I !
\ T. A. Hughes M. E. Stephens, Lyles : Pile Cured In A to 14 Day as are recommended by the dear old Kissimmee 41 1 *in September.Send t,
" Yoer dranfit will refund moncr K FAZO State Board of Health. If town us news! here.;
'V. Story, Capt. Clay Johnson, II. C. OINTMENT .. !. to curt BUT e..* of Itchinr. your I ..,
Z. 'IDOI.' ale.dla.orrrotr.dLSMk.lnetel.dar.: does nofappear in this"list it'''is because Respectfully '.
1. Harper J. Roberson L. R. '
.4 Farmer Th.firM application! 51..t.E...sad Kcst. _boa _
r -- it is not living up to the standard H. W. MORROW; \

of requirements See the' ,mayor \' ''U coaaectie. wits oar Hardware line w. carry a caeiplstoBae .

and let him explain why, County Supt.C.E.lYowell his Mrs., accompanied ., tmimtom. We asks a .specialty ef wrtftttef,,....., u4 .
by, ,mother Mary '
"Then'wiO follow I -
b'i'iikfijE ,the list of towns. 'J
(. .d1.
.. reliable
awe, A Now the requirements'are as follows: Yowell, and sister, :Miss Nettle,I Mr.

andM rs. Tom :Woodall and son, Edgar -
If there is
1. a sewer system all
residences shall be connected tip,'with the country 'home of I Bed Room Furniture Dining

job on it'as tar possible,' sanitary privies Mr. and-Mrs.. ,Mal Lamb oa Turkey .
Room Suits; Kitchen Parlor (
Qutfits -
shall,be Installed., The L.:. R. S. type Creek on Thursday afternoon for, a ,

preferable but any privy will be Accepted few hours' visit. A watermelon feastwas Suits Odd GJiairs: Rockers ''

as sanitary that is fly-proof a feature-of the afternoon. ', I

s'r1E Ina and odorless, and that is cleaned regularly Couches Etc. .
by some one whose business it >. I.,
. -
.v., is to clean',the privies,, It' cannot be Following, Is the list of uncalled for . a.

left to the owner, ....Iwll.1l1>cd. letters. remaining in the,postofllce' ''atKiaslmm {..:::: 'This ...... U maklaf a record for itself .b the Matter el :

':'Food-stuffs: "'exposedforaaeimuetbe ,, ; :I *,'Florida}for the two weeks. : ;lelplnt people te eutfit komes Cense aid see. Oar price are: c

effectively screened against flies. ending ''August 20, ,1917? "'",- . ria'IlL" - r, '"' ''\ "(', I'..... .:t", f"" "" '1' ,I'. 1 .

"There "must be'a health officer; Mrs. D. L. Bower, 'Isiah Brown I -

and in towns of 15,000 or, more, he I Archie Blanding, Will Bounds, P. N.

1 ; must be a Whole-time health officer. Colvin, Frankie Crowe, Alpine Cole', ENGINEERS.
Please let us know by return mail if Mrs. Millie. Bass, Miss Ruth Graham :

you will co-operate with us in this Rev. E. Harley ((2)), Miss Rebecca "

campaign for better health, and when- Hills, E. A. Henry, Mrs. Alice Hucks, No matter, what kind of a. Engiae yea have-Gas, St..., "

1 \ ever your town qualifies -for a placeon Otto Holtz, Mrs. Eva Jones, Rev. S. E: Railroad or Stationary Eafiae-we have exactly,the Teeb. yen r'

Now that prices are: high it is the list let us know and a representative James, Sarah Johnson, Kasper Mann, aeed in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, etc, l

: more Of the State Board ef Health C. H. Means, John McCormick,,,,A., L. all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that will

than ever important that you give careful consideration will check it up and list it accordingly Smith, Alonzia Sheard. I. G. Stirk surprise ,Oil. This store has the reputation of. handling ..., 4""

to the roof you are going to put on. You, Remember this--list will be published ,William Thomas, Miss Cora 'Washington Hardware,that is of superior quality and you will make*.

can save real, money; and get a better usingC. I and distributed among the health authorities Mrs. Dissie Williams, take in coming here NOW and inspecting oar big tech.Oaceola ..
throughout the United States, B. B. SIMPSON

4 Canada, Mexico and Cuba. The State I Postmaster. .

Board-'of Health has no intention of

ertainr-teed injuring any community exposing Stonna
Hardware A
conditions negative to good health and .t '

.. a low death,rate. It believes thatby Germs rt

< 'Roofing campaign of the most wide-spread

publicity more-.favorable {,results can

Thru quality, and sheer merit a roofing'maieri 1 \ be accomplished than by yielding to 1

CERTAIN-TEED is now being.used as the preferable the belief of some that suspressidn of c. A. CARSON President: N. C, BRYAN. Secretary: ,

? type of roofing for sky-scrapers, factories, facts will enhance business' and property
values. The State Board of
hotels, stores warehouses, garages, arm building- Health is *s strong a believer in community The Waters & Carson

..'--_ etc., where durability is necessary.: / building and commercial and ..

It is economical to buy, inexpensive to lay and costs' industrial-progress-in Florida as.any One Dose of MayrV; Wonderful Remedy e J

practically! nothing to rru ntain. It is weailier-tight organization. The future possibilities ; "Drives Them Out-Enu'Tortue- "
: Stomach poisons .breed millions of Grocery Company k
light weight, clean sanitary and fire-retardant. It of the state are unlimited, but against germs that eat into your vitals, causing

is plaranteed for 5, 10 cr 15 years according to this now stands a death rate from preventable Gas Pressure Indigestion Constipation .
I' diseases which can and must Torpid Liver, AutoIntoxication -* 4
thiCkness (1, 2 or 3 ply). be reduced. When this is done, more Yellow Jaundice Gall Stones, .. Wholesale' and Retail,Dealer In \

There are roll roofing the 'will Appendicitis, Cancer and Ulcers of the +
many on market but only"one people come into Florida to find
Stomach and Intestines etc. etc
CERTAIN-TEED. It pays to eet the best. It costs no more Homes and prosperity will be a natural Thousands of sufferers have been restored j GROCERIES '

to. lay a CERTAIN-TEED roof than it does to lay a poor consequence. ... by Mayrs Wonderful Remedy,
roof, but there is a vast difference the wear. You can't tell among'them Justice of the Supreme *

the quality a roofing by looks or eeL Your only safety is':the Colored Court, Congressmen Doctors, Law

Labe .' Be sure that it is .CERTAIN-TEED you are People Delighted yers, Bankers Ministers, Nurses ie0.. 000 00.4 + . 00000 . 4 . .
certain of quality!: KnS.guaranteed satisfaction.., Farmers, Mechanics persons o 0 .
With New DiscoveryTo every class-probably your own .
4. Certain-teed Slate-Surfaced Asphalt Shingles'are neighbors. Stomach troubles are due ,1' .
. supplanting\ wood and slate shingles for retidences. They colt lets, Bleach the Skin mostly to catarrhal poison. Mayr's HAY 0 t
,. an luat. good looking:,wear better won't fall off.buckle or split. They Wonderful Remedy removes that poison o HIDES, ''
, are fire-rctardant,and do not have to be painted or stained / thoroughly cleanses the system, 0 GRAIN o 0 J .' ,
' Atlanta, Qa.-fl y. that rccept tests .drives out the disease breeding germs e FURS ,
Certain-teed Varnishes
Point and have without doubt that slyar
proven inflammation and ends suffer "
allays1 '
mallow .. la 0 FERTILIZERS o .
thy or complexions can b ma<
The name CEKTAIN-TEED on a V. light by dl,. ing. Unlike. other remedy. No .'
a new treatment recently any- 0 WOOL ,
t..t '" can of paint or varnish Is the j aune V covered by a man In Atlanta. Just askyour alcohol-nothing to Injure you. One SHINGLES 0 .' '
J guarantee of quality and satisfaction It drufrirlat for Coco-tone Skin tt
dose convinces."FREE book Stom "
:' J U roll Whitener.- people.who have used It are on AND y }
. on a of roofinir or a bundle of :
e .' ach Ailments. Write Geo. H. .
s.Made for au amazed at Ita wond..rtu.treet\ Kid May, o ORANGE BOXES f.;
uses and ia all' face. of that awful dark color or.teaSY. obtain I
colon. your Mfg. Chemist, Chicago. or a .ALL .' a
appearance In a few minutes. It
,. coata ao little that yon can't afford to bottle of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy 0 ORANGE WRAPS, 4i.
I II"(without It.JII.t think how' much from J. Z. Roberson 01"-_" 'reliable 0 COUNTRY "....'' ,.
'CERTAIN TEED PRODUCTS.CORPORATIONzssytfssssxfaBsss prettier you would look with that old druggistwhowill return. your money 0 VEGETABLE CRATES P' ' '..'j'4 ,

.wTp. .. : d,Cleveland I ratbmrk.Lwehla1d.pou8 dark akin In akin Its gone plaoe.and Men and new'women eoft today light i if Tlt i fans, : j' ': o > .' PRODUOB ,.' \' 'foW'" .
Hew orws *
Ipo qA apeb.W mu.t care for their complexions to en CRATE NAILS ,
". Jl..avui46.Lk.lLtt.fl..oleosm.iurwa.-[ : : mYlnOJtla' ask ..." . Whatever.You Need a Oeaecal Tosdc 0' ,, '." o' r -'"
.with your Cocotone drasririat'"8kIn'will Wbltener.not supply Send" you!6e I .. ? ;: 'Take,,.Ctrove'*; .;.t: * ** * *; * * * .* * * * * * * *.* i., :
% Certain-teed la K&sunsica ly for a. tar.e package ,to. Coootone Co, The Old 8taa4ar Otore'a"..-.) : : ; ,
Atlantada."-,. "" -- dim .Toolo to equally'valuable aa a, We sell held end garden eegdi of an kinds: ., i ,.,,..
= i General Tonia because It containstie Wi five special atWntioa to fittiag; out boatbg aid campiag put ee., .t, ... ;
1 :JOtAjLJi wARE' ""UU. I >Cmr. a God .. Oew Dq'hbUX..n. well kaowa took pfopeTtJeeofQUZNTOB Fret delivery c t7Iia ta., 'Pbo No. 12.Wa j jJ
.anoiio O uMJea.It.Mpmce.k doe and IKON. the Liver. Octree
It acts
I;,' LL ;; *ad ........ mad UM.. Cold.Draecleta .. oat Malaria. Bnrlcbee oa the Blood and, art covaty acsats for good! ferafizan. Ask us lot:dreW sad pilei i '
set..a U It ialla
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LET US BULKHEAD agreeing" to.tbe'cIe&aU: x>f iU.a'ccomplishment. CONGRESS GIVES FLORIDA CAPT. ROSE 'RE-APPOINTED Classified Advertisements.


4 .., It is some time since the Gazette sen has an opinion and has a. right to Il i .

........... Every' ......7. has Hounded the slogan of "bulkheadink this, opinion, bat\ it is hopeless to try Following are the, Florida .items In'' TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 6.- apt. STOCK' ..AR..AU..,... "

0,.... I. Valley tiaaetterKtaelasasee. ......... Lake Tohopekallga but while, to guide I the "destinies of a jrrowiniprogressive the-rivers and harbor bill a* it passedthe Rufus, E. Rose for the past sixteenyears "
Fl.rl.. (40 aare.locat" on lake and public
N the national crisis overshadow every eltb7 the unanimous senate. Senator :Fletcher had State chemist of Florida, ''was road fenced .".. arood' **

W. .. nuasuu ... B a.Ow V XSAONBWN other interest the project is till dearto Opinion of its citiiens .for that will (charge of the bill on the floor'of the ., bearlnaerove.. oranges. and everything.ra -. J"*Vtrull
'reappointed to,that office today. Thecommission good ;
.ere' ,the heart of' farsighted never be reached. ,The best Interests senate. The bill has been signed by ready, for fariulnit aqd fruit a-rowlas; I

:TeIePY... .. .. .. .. 11EMBE business men. of.the majority Must be.the deciding President Wilson.Appropriations. ; which I I. for fo"ur year, elerant, convenient proposition,to rood school neighborhood and'- I

Progress has always been the issue, ahd it is now up to Kissimmee carried in the signed vas Issued this afternoon. Captain meat church lathe Cheapest to "produce,. ,

watchword of this city, and a sum- 'I to come out on the side of a "greater river and harbor bill, H. R. 4286, for Rosa qualfled. in the irimary,last yeai. W.I.O' ;

mary of its very substantial advancement growth," or lapse late a state of lethargy maintenance of Florida projects already but )having no opposition his name was farm. Write have a for fine full 1.6flO particulars acre stock i .

i during 'the period of the few for inaction means; stagnation. completed: .
excellent bargains In
We have some
not the was
r y0r months Just past, proves that she has 'Should the city father see fit to exercise Indian River St. Lucie Inlet, Miami placed on city homre and truck farms. Correspondence -

lived up to this motto. She was largely .their authority and order the harbor and harbor at Key West $66-. considerable speculation! al to the reappointment solicitedNELSON ,
lOgsTAr of "Rose because
instrumental bringing to a successful work of bulkheading done in .accordance 500. Captain REALTY COMPANYRooms
and I. over State Bank
he openly opposed the candidacy of
issue the Osceola county fair with the legislature' enactment, St. Johns River, 335000. f KISSIMMKB FLORIDA,,

last winter. The project was conceived lit would only be a'matter of months Kiasimmee Caloosahatchee Orange the present governor., .

:j sSAyyE and executed almost;; in one till this long dreamed of project''wouldbe Anclote,,Crystal, Withlacoocliee, ."But when'* the Governor was inaugurated FURNISHED HOUSE, with 5 room. PRE. said Captain Rose this aft- rent, on premlnix
of the a reality. Acres of land which and garage
breath for the organization are Suwannee Rivers, Charlotte harbor "1 told him thatvit would not L. M William., >06 Maple St. i-2tpd
fair association was effected only last now an eyesroe to all beholders and Sarasota bay, Clearwater harbor, ernoon

s.b.erIptle. Rateei fall. The story of the purchase of the are of little value would become the and Boca Ceiga bay 11000. only be mjf1 with duty butt the my administrationand pleasure to WANTED the: hour-!Sweeping alsova.hing.. and. dustingby No, Ironingpreferred t

the and erecting! of finest residence section in the city, Carrabellt Bar and harbor coi-operate Mr. P. Helleman. aim(
On. Copy. On. Tear___,_. _--_-...|20Q land planning Apalachicola I have tried to'do) that" I bllllngham ..
One Copy.. Blx Month.-_____,* 1,00 suitable building., of the collecting of where handsome home would be ,, St. John and l St. Andrew Ave .Itpd 1 '
One COPY. Three Month.H ,76All The State Chemist's pleasure at his .
the mtgnificent'dieplayi shown there erected. beys, channel from Apalachicola River FOR' SALE-Oood. strong ffgolnnt

communications except from our and the successful'management of' the There are numbers of firms it i is the to St. Andrews,bay, Fla., Flint Ri. reappointment was clearly evident. by plant letter at or tl CO phone per. to thousand the Edgrewater-Apply 11
i mutt ',be
authorlaed correspondents his opinion of' able financiers that Secretary Yet for Railroad Commission Farms Co, Klsslmmee. Fin ,J.-lt.MrtTOROYCJUH .
of would
signed by the writerRejected final details is now matter ver, Ga., and Chpctawhatchee Ga.,

y matter will not be returned tory.. The part'WCissimmee played in contract to do this work and take and Ala., $77,500. .. WANTED-Will trade
unless called for.Entered "We. have not yet"decfded'upon' a' five acres and lot at St Cloud which
the developments along tbe..hard surface certificates payment exactly as the Holmes and Blackwater Rivers, 1 cannot use, for a Rood one ,W. P.
( In the Postofflce. at Klsslm- road question are a source of street paving contract was let, and inthis Choctawhatchee, Escambia and Cons secretary to fill the position made vacant Lawrence, St. Petersburg Fla. 14-Jt
Florida as ....ond-da.. matter) the "
of Yon
snee by resignation Mr.
gratification to the people here, ,and event the increased valueof the cuh Rivers Fla. and ,Ala', and Narrows , said LOBT-r-8aturday. afternoon 'one long.,
Chairman Burr of the Railroad
AUGUST 10 1117 they may point, 'with pride to : Santa Rosa Sound and Pensa- gray kid glove on KlMlmmee-Lousrh-
Finder '
expence. Commission man please return toMl \
today"and I do not know
much-talked of "missing link" in th I cola harbor, $9,500. .. Mayme.. Knight care,Tarn pa Ab.tra..t -
now when we will be :ready to take Co., Tampa, Flai 11 ..
'I Dixie Highway, where the grading is It i i. possible that present conditionsare Tampa and Iillsboro Bays St. .pd
SEE THEM GO I that '
'WE SURE HATE TO being pushed rapidly forward looking not a* favorable for. the selling of Petersburg harbor Hillsboro and matter up. FIVE-ACRE!: TRACTS, finest land near
governor Catts left the capital. the 'A* HowNT's
today city neighborhood Mri
in" the these certificates normal times
toward, its completion'early as Manatee rivers $66,600Appropriations' .
I of Kissimmee toward, place Very moderate terms tnd
The loyalty winter. With the additional $20,000 would be, but it maybe years,before ,for continuance of' at 2:25 for DeFunlak Springs his long time to pay Moat desirable to> .
her of the, O. S. N. G.. hat .jpldhome. .That.berhat tojfoo.k'after own,,.one,'of the:4ne*:little farms. 'eo.- "
company coming to'the county from the federal national conditions. are normal andthraIty Improvement: ,Pfyax.F. wttlaT'l'rojectlt': ;;:: -eo"; ';"':near the city. ? Write to the owner ,
never been questioned and no' "tonjsin >'ab/: pfd i'4odtthefknDlDAtyNraadaaawit ;: in of
I '" ; : course construction or Inquire of H. M Breaker l Iti..imamee.
,'u,. ''tbT6'rtidtiliei'fd'' ;U{+ w.'rhim : Private Secretary Burke bad i
built. 'St. Cloud road district is petitioning !. a concerted effort' maintaining _un.: say .:...- --Imo..i,
what esteem they are held by the I about the Governor's trip to the west. .r-
the' commissioners to call an her,rightful place among the growing Miami .harbor,, $160,000.liillaboro WOULD LIKE TO HEAR from owner '
4 ,.people. They have been lavishly feted who has goodbody of round ,
bonds cities of Florida. Let bulkhead timber
election for road us i
asking !
have been : Bay $300,000.:; The gosltion, ofCaptain Rose was for sale close to railroad Full arU..utare
j i'a .wand banqueted. They presented build on out to tho.east county' ine, now.. Grand total for,Florida, $983,500. In are letter. a. to frlce. location
with comfort bags by the ladies -' very similar to that of former Adjt.- terms end (,rad.o. . '
and connect with the proposed Mel- 00- Apalachicola River Address Box ld.1, Orlando, FIlL .'
I $18,000. : "
their Gen, J C. R, Foster in that
with an auto tnack'for convenience havingno
bourne-K4ssimmee. highway giv fig In addition to above there is an ap .
and Victrola for their opposition on Democratic ticket
a this section direct outlet to the easT' WANTED to buy a work home, not
a BEGIN ACTIVITIES, NEXT WEEK propriation of $10,000 to be used for ]
amusement by the men of the com the State Committee did not place over eight_years old. H.B. Hudson ,i}
coast. the removal of the water hyacinth in his or call on Nelson Realty Co.
is courtesy name on the ticket. The Governor
munity. There, just one more
The influence this'road, building will Workers. the navigable waters of Florida. '
that can be shown them and thatis failed to appoint the Adjutant-Gen FOR 8AI.K-600 2-y,,ar-old Seedling j
have on this section and upon this city' Machines nranefrult Tree. l'riee6o each C '
cheerful farewell when they are eral, giving the position to J. B.
a be estimated j Magazines I H. Funk. Klaelmmee, FIlL Sl-tC ')
directly? can scarcely RUBE 'ALL TN'S TROUBLESRube Christian.
-called 'away to military duty. We Hundreds of auto parties will visit us, Are wantedat the Red Cross head DWF.UINOS for rent Apply to M. J

sure hate to see them go, but when I for quarters where active work of the Allyn, formerly editor of tho Tiller.AV'TOMORILE.
some looking a progressive community
the call comes and there is no alternative chapter will at Sarasota Sun, but more recently hue MESSRS. THOMAS AND CASLER ROAn MAPS ONLY IIIkt
where co-operation and harmony commence once.
Pocket size Florida Auto Road !
;but comply, let every true American prevail and where property It has bee *the intention of the morist and professional entertainer, LEAVE FOR GAINESVILLE Map, complete and newest edition.
do his duty and was in Kissimmee Tuesday, having Offer for short time only On .al. at
citizen patriotic io-
- owning would be a good investment; j chapter organize classes in surgical Valley Qaiette office. lotf
W. O. Thomas and H. R. Casler left
end the boys oft with smiles and given an entertainment St. Cloud
some looking for a quiet, place to dressing as the first activity, but so Saturday morning for Gainesville. GENERAL FARMING I. profitable In.
in of tears. Of it the evening before. Being a former
cheers place course others obstacles have arisen and work Florida. To know Florida' possl- "
winter and
the months many
spend ,
both members of Second bllltloa' for live clock
himself They are the and poultry
Rube took
pulls at the heartstrings everyman seeking diversion and entertainment. has been so greatly delayed they! have newspaper man us raising, dairying I fruit and truck
and woman too see our boys Into his confidence, stating that he Regiment band and'received orders to growing read the Florida Farmerand
In just,the same,measure that Kis decided to take up another line while mobilize in the above immedi- Homeaeeker. SIx month. trial
march but the boys who are was laboring under 'a considerable city subscription, tS rente.
away, going the who Rampla copy
simmee can qualify to meet all these nurse will instruct in these '
free. Address
ately. Mr'Casler! has just returned Florida Farmer and
,;are making the greater' sacrifice requirements will our growth and classes, qualifies. 'Next week the workof .lafidicap pres'ent. He said some of,I Homecteeker, Box ,160, Jacksonville
his friends from an eight weeks' trip through'theNorth. Fla. tt-tf .
deserve'the thinkln& they
and they encouragement newspaper :.
measured for making individual outfits "'
be hospital
prosperity as a city ,
1't'' of 'your cheeriest words and bravest will be were doing" ,him a favor, had given A postcard was received FOR RENT-A three-room furnished* <
some time to'come.e And Kissimmeecan pushed rapidly forward and flat with
Wednesday from Mr' Thomas and conveniences. W.
the that making .
out ,
!: miles. ., impression fie was B. Harris Oasette office. 51ttFOR
qualify. These visitors must be the use of three sewing machines will
just "oodles" of on the lecture states ,that the boys were bard at .4
t"SAFECUARDINC housed, fed and entertained l ,. and they be needed at once. Any one who can money- work but tim..too. BALK-Larire Use, wicker baby'"
MORALS I 'platform; and that this impression having a good cab, In rood condition. Price. reason. ,
must be shown of provide one of these machineS fc ,
evidences good faithon had 'almost ruined him, in that it ,f -_able. Inquire at tlO Bryan lit lltf,
the ,part of our own people, in.the asked to communicate with Mrs., 'Jl Holmes Prather is spending his vacation FOR BALE T--,
N.wton D. Baker, secretary of war, limited his borrowing capacity to -A new 1100 Holtoa Bart
city and its environment.;!A"!move Wade Tucker, vice-chairman of "fif In the Carolinns. He joined MJ-S. tone Horn and case. for.OS. Silver I
t ays ,of the, safeguarding' of the where it 'Was'almost niL H. stated sand blast finish, void plated bell. J.
ment is nova on foot' to organize, forfarming chapter. : "it'1' "Prattler and his little at Clinton M. Hunmant. .
morals of soldiers:, JThis ,matter is that in order to keep up the illusion son Cloud, Fla.,. .t'

not'open t question.. We'' can-riot allow and every business man is Cutting c committees, buying committees and 'back up his friends he had been S. C., his :former bome for' a visit FOR SALE-Houeehold. roods suitable
asked 'to cultivate lid have cultivated and supervisor will be arranged with relatives. They 'are now at for llrht! housekeeping apartmente.
these young men, most 01 whom forced of locks B. E., ,
to buy a'pair and to ,Wells. led Foeelel Ave. "-tt'
',will been drafted to service to besurrounded from two to ten acres of land near for and the member are asked Asheville, N. C., where they will remain ,
have replace his celluloid collar with a
here ihia'.e&fl'on. No plan could be to volunteer for service for some, until the first of September. BUY TOUR at old TOMBSTONES priceof. and monuments
by a vicious and demoralizing' linen one, which hal to be launderedat five years ago.
leave conceived that would give 1 greater: period of the day in order that the Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gilbert and family War prices nor high labor cut no 1111I'ure -'
environment, nor,can we least once a week. when 1'OU' buy from W. D. J. ","
'' anything undone which will protect confidence to the prospective farmer entire time may be occupied. Patterns 1 Mr. and Mrs. Rep Floyd and Mr. Summer Klsslmmee. Fla. ft..oW'

than would this object lesson, for Os- for the garments have already and Mrs.' Julius Smith will motor ,to '
them from unhealthy influences and Mis Grace Winn left ,Thursday for out PAPERS von HALIO. IO* A'Htm.
ceola county .011,can always be count been sent.for ,.' ' ,',1.\:\a' ,'" Dayton Beach for the week-end. DLIII-Good. tor wrapping purpoII..aOq '
.,? 'ltit''r .
cruder form of temptation. Not only 'f l,W ; !,viji Tampa to be the guest of her aunt for I r\ et": APpIJr at Salley uetta
bays we sin unescapable responsibilityin ed on,for results. r But 4, thist\is)! not ,i Knitting is'L' anotherilineLofteerviceand f thelweek.' .' ''<,"'h'" f'-MW'I.' \_, 50pSW I "';; I .anti.; i -nt Lo ,. , t! "
this matter to the families and communities enough. The city must'"engage\ \ those who 'Will take up this work Mrs. Wilt Gilbert returned Wednes ,, -- -- --

,t some movement along the line of civic are asked to communicate with Mrs.G. .
from which these young men day from Michigan, where she has
and the time is for E. Babcock wbo"will "
improvement ripe conduct that
are selected, but, from the standpointof been visiting relatives. PLUMBING SHOPS <
promulgating the bulkheading of the class.
our duty and our determination, tocreate I
efficient bound lake front. Want MagazinesA COMPANY "B" MOVES CAMP
an army, we are .
From time to time the subject has great want is felt by the soldiers FOR SALE \
as a military, necessity, to do everything TO THE FAIR GROUNDS
g been considered and really important in camp for reading matter and members
in to the ,
our power promote
I health and 'conserve the vitality of steps have been taken. The 'commit- of Company' B, in camp only a (Continued from Page One) I I / *

the men in the training camps."I tee appointed by the board of trade few days, are 'already longing for measure vp: to the physical .tandard'j I On Account of other interests I am offering -

some months ago with C. A. Carson; as their accustomed diversion. Any one and while he entertained ,
am that our new
training camps, as well as the surrounding its chairman, made considerable headway who )has magazines or books they ho might continue his patriotic services I my Plumbing Shops and fixtures for .

1, zones within an effective' in ascertaining the probable 4ot wish to be sent to the boys may do with his regiment, his discharge sale at a bargain Only exclusive

i radius, shall not be places of temptation of the undertaking, and they were assured so by leaving them at the Red Cross for "physical disability"' came, and plumb-

j. and peril. The amendments to I by competent authorities that' headquarters' or conferring with' Mr*. Lieut. Lee Jarrell was left in com ins shop in' kissimmee, and is a goodproposition ,

the project wa practical. Tucker A movement is alsto on foot mand. '1//
the army bill recently passed give,the for.
a ,war department .more) authority In.. But more, important than all else to subscribe for daily papers for the ,An eight-hour; working schedule any one desiring' an

the special act of the 1915 boys and number into effect and the established business. .
this matter than, we previously pos. i wa legfslatare a which empowered the city council serious work of preparation for na-
sessed. On the other hand we are :
to order the work of bulkheading done Anyone wishing to and publications tional defense. began.
condition. necessary to the local health and assess the cost against,the adjoining abroad may do so by merely At first the armory wa used for R. ,L. STARLING,; :Kissimmee, Fla.

,' and vitality of our soldiers without the property exactly a* it is done in placing a stamp on them Abd putting headquarters, then the consent of the

street paving and other municipal im them in the postoffleet They will be directors of the Fair Association1 wa
full co-operation of the l local authorities .
'* In the cities and towns near provements. The law i* very plain pn gathered up and sent to Jaqsonv'm.and obtained and the company "hiked" out I -

?; -which our' camps are located, or: the subject, and the reclaiming and forwarded to the front from that to the fair grounds end went into I ,. I' ,

g i : through which our'I''soldiers will be $improving the. lake front within the point camp. '

passing in transit to other points. city limits the cost to be paid by the Here they had their first encounter, Only Soils Free From Acid ,

property holders in Installments for' had laid their (
covering COLONEL O'BRYAN ATTENDS scarcely they weary ,
period of ten years lie within head down to rest when an army of Can Produce 100 Cent -

BADGES"FOR THE EXEMPT. the authority ofthecityf athersl.Just EXEMPTION! ..BOARD MEETING mosquitoes descended upon the camp per Crops : '
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n ..--.IL -- .4,0- how th would affect property holder Col. Lewis O'Bryan made a trip to and the battle which followed wa not
The department has decided to
g war i* a matter of conjecture but other a bloodies one on either aide, neither 'with a shortage of food crops facing the nation /1
{ provide bronze badge for men of selective instance Tampa Thursday in the Interests of not only should every cultivated piece of land be :
bulkheading have proved can it be said that our boy came off
draft service age who are released the Judicial Exemption Board, of _; planted, but every acre should be made to' yield '::::1
beyond controvert it has greatly victorious for emergency call wa Its limit of productiveness. .1/
from the military"obligation.. enhanced the value of the land. which he i* secretary. Three member Bent to the Red Cross ladle asking '
The) b&cf&'e'will bear' the word "Ex Moat Florida'.oil* are acid or sour, and even h .
'. ,,It was,thought, not long ago, that of the board were present at the that net be prepared to aid in their though liberally fertilized cannot yield. maximum J '. \
It is intended to the
'empted.from I embarrassment. protect the unanimous consent of the property meeting to look over the office the defense. It is needless to say the crop until this condition is corrected. Ivw:g"

Den This is than fair No elf-. owners involved in the project, could i filing system and to employ office ladies were eq al to the emergency Good ground limestone removes acidity releases ".. ,"
no more be obtained and a petition wa circulated and the nets were forthcoming before potash and other plant; foods and increases the mois '
respecting! ,man wants to be pointedat ture-holding capacity: of the soil.
for signatures, and while the- help.The the next night descended.
as a slacker" or "coward" ,by Citzlens Bank of Tampa has '
owner Deemed practically unanimousin Everything possible has been ,

I friends or trangerc who think he favor of the work, there was a wide donated the offices and other liberal by the city to add to her Mefferts: Ground Limestone, '

ought to be in the army. Million.rour' ,
difference of opinion as to the man Tampa men are donating the ,fixtures comfort and convenience. sOldien'1:

young men may prove to be ner in which it should be done. The so the will be simmee Light and Water. '* Increases Crop YieldsFor
mill. &government at no expense
physically incapable ofVndurlng : matter was dropped then but should agreed to furnish the camp with lightsas

tary life. Millions who are physically now be revived. It i I. useless to wait in providing headquarters for long as 'they' remained here. A the next few year every extra hamper ,ofvegetables '

1 qualified may be needed on farms or in for the unanimous consent of the people the board.A telephone has been installed a{ the I bushel of corn or box of fruit produced i t ,,' '

'factories or offices ore wage-earners for'any project. How l long would regular meeting has been called camp. A movement i Is on foot to pro will bring big money. The liberal use of Mefferts .. . '
Lime mean increased profits of hundreds of :1J
more may
for their families than they are the city have!, waited for its. street for Tuesday and'the board will continue vide reading'matter for the boy to dollar ," ','to !+".ij

N needed In,the trenches. ,They,will be paving or any: other' \municipal Im- I in"session as- .long as the need supplement the amusement of their The time to apply it i Is now.f If you have not already t +:-::,
i, ..erring too, though missing the danger provement had accomplishment de. may require. Victrola, and on Sunday:'night the .. ", ordered do so at; once. Send for prices and ,;]*II

,and the applause. pended,,'upon every property: owner ) ; Kissimmee band 'will play a special 'descriptive., booklet-Ask for any other information ji' e, *"l
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It i the- merit of the elective ,
f; . Klasimmee, did herself proud in remembering concert for their diversion at the ,

..draft that it enable every citizen to r the military boy; she camp. ] .,' ,

'serve' his country in war time according those:who claim exemption falsely. gave comforts kits, auto truck and a "1 It i I. not'known how long the company ..t: Florida Lime Co. ,. ,

,:." ,to,.his- capacity'and the 'country's There ought to be a compulsory badge Victrola. .It'. hard to find a more,pub wfll remain here,..thought it 1* I Ocala I
Jvsed. There should be no 'dishonor I for them,JDl'cribed, ,;with:the. word lie-; plrit cf,down"than'. KlssImmeev- : thought they may not be moved till ,, Florida' I ' I;.':
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J.: L. Overstreet and family will YOUNG LADIES 'OF KISSIMMEESCORIA the .c..ninJr.of foods.fffered fRio sale!

motor' to the beach Saturd.y.'I : The making ordinances regulating l

Gr Casino \\I the sale of 'milk; etc'vVas':: carffully' ; \
a ystorve W. C. Bass, accompanied by lii BIG SOCIAL SUCCESS
Walter Ovw considered. ,These, regulations, i .was' It t
son, ,
by 'Murray1 1 'I' be enforced I.w.a i It
thought, might
. street left ., \> "s4EntertainmentGiven ' I ;
: this cattle" ?
week on a hunt a-,city physician) and board 'of>health 'ri '

. Matinee 3dtf.; Evening;,7:15.: ' Program for Week. :of Ab&.13 In the St.Johns river section., fbr Our Soldier.Boys 'at Grayitone and, the 'matter'wjir-p'ossiblylbi'fig'' t' i

Frank Bryan, Us cousin, Charles Hotel Largely Attended., I ured in when the muta,.. for the 'en

.,.. MONDAY TUESDAY McGhee and 'Bert Wells, .,spent several ,. -...-- suing year Is.AxedV' Chairman Lawson I
fl..I" .._.... Pbleel.r Pre.e.e. ..... PI...... ........... days *. appointed "Councilmen Carson '
ROTH .TONBHOVSH! ..*' JACK .rRANCRSMRI.S01V Ia' ca.mpln.g .out on theeast The reception'given by the young The pleasant hum of merry voices as ,
MULHALL VI.OVB AP1.AMJB" OWH OK *A1 Y" shore of Lake Tohopekaliga ladies of the city Tuesday night in, the crowd moved from place to place, Thomas and Haley a 'committee' o(!: ;

'WEDNESDAY ''' THURSDAYrpARSOK, .A safe, certain and Immediate relief honor of the "boys brown" wa w as, alternated -with .musical numbers public 'health to take'the' 'subject' nn- ,

Jew. L" L .k? 14M..u, .. forsummer, bowel complaint brilliant affair,: and was attended by by a seven-piece orchestra under the der advisement., ,: ,
, F.a FI1r'C.rerY P.e.r.l. TruckA
FANNIH WARD 4JAEBR! Dike's Pain Dispeller, guaranteed by fully three'hundred and fifty of KU- direction of. G. M. Shearouse, Jr. Lit. Location For Fire j i
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-JIItlTTA:' IC"t. 1.4'CHEEafS ; CORNER DRUGSTORE, Phone 297.Mr.'and'Mr. immee'a representative people. tie Olivine Savage was 'appla ded 'to number of the boys from the flre> j
fart_u Vomr4i i, The Graystone hotel, where the. the echo'with her reading. of the 'Sol department attended this session In {
.. Rodger Dodd and lit the interest of their'work. They; haft i
SATURDAY hostesses received, was a blaze of dier Boy, and the girls surprised

FRIDAY ParaM...tVIVIAN PI....... r-... tie son returned Saturday fr m' Ring- light and color.,, In the spacious !living their guests with the following,, words 'asked the council to move the shed. !

Oratrr Vitas-rank ..... Pri..a/u MARTIN SUSIE"!. gold; Ga., where they have,been visiting room elaborate. decorations of national : sung to the tune of "My Little Girl," which houses thq 'tire'truck' to the>
PEGGY II*LA NO .... SIR JOHN "A .KISS FOR_ relatives for a. co>lple of weeks.* vacant lot between the State Bank
AU* Tw l K..r. *M> colors were artistically arranged. the girls all making up the chorus:
j HARE. "CASTE" "THR BETRAYAL OK- \JIIAe VIEW....!. Mr. F. .B. Harvey and W. C. Barber The columns ,the "Oh Kaiser Bill want building'and the new city hall, 'where
Fr.. ... 'N..M ..... Play *rl i I' T.KNDA mm. ("HHITBR '11OMKUIN returned to Kissimmee yesterday, rooms were,, draped with bunting; And we long jforyou each day., the bit of parking now stands. This

ADMISSION f "t* after two days'.visit! with' relatives Numbers of flags and shields, topped And Billy dear, we're going to get you will prove a convenience ta them and! a

here.-.Reporter-Star. 6. with the American lined the Tho' miles the council has consented. When the rchange
r : BALCONY 5 and 10 CENTS ORCHESTRA 10 sad 15 CENTS eagle, you're many away I
is made the truck then be-
walls. Even the table in We'll make wish that had can ;
punch .was you you
Mr.. and. Mrs.
N01'E-llerealter stows will start at 7:15 i.- Henry< Harper have 4
oar evening harmony with the color 'scheme and never * run, out uponthe brick paving from

stead of 7:00 'clock. i returned Grand from their-form r hime, in the bowl filled with refreshing fruit Promised Belgium you'd be true, the'very start apd; may prove a, time
Rapids, Mich, where they have '
been 'visiting friends for several. punch was banked with red white and Oh Kaiser Bill,.we're getting ready saver. The boys were pleased'with ,
w.eks. blue intertwined with ferns. At this And we're coming after you. the prospect of h.v1nJr'thelr' truck in

< '' table Misses Grace Wlnn Maurine Then as the laughter subsided, the 'such close proximity to their: "headqusjsters ,

I INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS I 'Minerva 'B. Tinker, representingthe Dann and Orpha Rose presided entertainers gave these rousing yells: which are' on "the' >second ,

Reolds Farms Company, 'a ,colonization 'Mrs: L. H. Ingram' received tht Who's all JCompany floor of the city haltERADICATE

project a Tampa, was 'in guests at the hotel entrance and di- B's all right.Who .
.. . . .+<. .. .>+e.o.ei <. .. . . Butt rick Patterns at Quality. Store. Kissimmee this week data THE TICKS '
gathering reced them to the'living rooms, where says so? .. .r
Use HobsonV. Sunburn Remedy -before ,. for an advertising campaign, which Misses Helen Bass' and Mattie Belle We all say so. ... _- "
i : ,Weather) Report I Imrtr and won't bum' If her company will I sat .-.T..w... :r-tavoLr peU "iri81 1! 4i :
p exposure you ,, on phi fJ pr on hrrl' !'eroe gravlAUaatotaeaasa' tiiPl'li1rWil.'f ff 1)j , .

......-- '- -" :, ;i.N; EUhblttKbd"b7id'oi"Tiiiil'Ap111'cctions : ; ,""Ids end. Ain.,,H..C'., Piano and baby 'Thai: ; young ladies were lavish,, in theentertainment I Ice creamj! soda_ water, 'ginger; ale,j campaign\ has IOtten'well'of under Florida wayInthe'penninsular'portloe ,

.. will instant'relief... C0Il..
give returned .Kissimmce and seemed determinedthat '
Tuesday from pop .. -
Following* dally temperatures '' NER DRUGSTORE, Phone '297. a :week's outing spent at different the "eats";should be all the, soldiers .Company B'alwiys'on, ( top. I practically every county this Jr"made'some for

'and, precipitations as 'reported -if East could desire at probably.the While dancing had not been pl.I\\ appropriation year
points on the Coast' Mrs. Piano thist ;
by Government stationat C. A, Johnson and wife of Fitiger-' starting official tick eradication work
and the one last: social courtesy, which'will' .be ned apart of the amusement ,this ;
little as ,
KloMmnve. f'o" .h. w_k "<< aid, Ga., motored herein their car l..tweek' just recently- returned -- The '''State Live Stock '.Sanitary-
ing ''Thursday,, August 9, .1917j'Max 'for with their sister-in- from '.extended -visit with shown them before their departure for was, soldier's' night an4 when, a number Board has' appropriated' $35,000 for the I"
"" the training Out on the pleat. of the people found the
; Mm: Rain relatives in the north camps. young
law Mrs. left for
T. Ellis.
W. They Xlrat year's, work and the Bureau of
Friday ._..:973: .17 '; ant veranda tables and seats were ar music. too witching resist, the rupw..rolled
their home .' F. H. Sioux
Monday.Mr of City,' Iowa, Animal Industry'of the"United States;
Saturday .. ...9? 73 ranged. At; onextabhe; laid with! a back in the living room and
arrived in' Xissimmee has
of made
Sunday '. '....94 70 and Mrs: Ch.... F.: Prevatt, accompanied Tuesday to cover decorated with flags, were piled merriment held full sway, though the Department ,Agriculture, '
spend some time looking after a liberal appropriation for teirshize:
Monday ___.97 72 by' Misses Clara Tyner and prop more than a thousand delicious sand- I modern dance was not''as popular as .
interests which ; ,
erty he of the work.
,Tuesday97 73 Kate French, from Okcechobee. City, owns near wiches, a convnlcing demonstration of i ithe' the famous 'cracker. six." Even the
town Mrs. Ludlow is now"in Chicago Dr. E. M,, Nlghbert, inspector in
Wednesday ...95 '70 are spending. the week in Kisslmmee, ,culinary prowess of Kissiminee'slasses. more mature dancers romped throughthe :
and-will join him later. It is possible charge in Florida for'th BUrMlI"'wnrhave +
Thursday ....98 ..73o visiting friends and relatives.All Punch was also served hereby intricate figures of this old time
Mr. decide of
that Ludlow will to direct'supervision all the
Mrs. Burrows, Misses Maude AliceWagner dance ,with, its popular "cheat or
. .00..a.oooo..o.00. the ladies of the Red Cross who her work with Jackson-
permanently headquarter at
and Claire Hathaway swing"feature wiht evident! arnu.e.ment. .. -
I know how to knit Tequested to .
Insuranc" ?' E. Editor Joe Hugh Reese of the Orlando Misses Nina:;Bra tton. and Inez Carson .' rifle.H.
Fire e. Se.;'A. Drought meet at the home of Mrs.Babcock, 121 Reporter-Star, spent last Sunday presided at another table,', where no"detaU 'to has placed'O.ceola, Seminole wand
In fact was omitted
Emmett street, next Tuesday"after Counties
Orange ,
M. M. Miller spent Tuesday in here, the guest of his mother and ice cream cones !were dispensed and under.!supervision -
Plant City. noon, August 13th, at 2 o'clock. sister. Mrs. Reese and.the baby had Miss' Gussie! Winn proffered cigars .to make this evening'one of hilarity only of Dr. S. V. Ramsey of Ida '

.'. The Epworth League will hold a gone'to Miami to visit relatives, and all who would acceptEntertainment{ which would long be remembered by force who will continue to maintain
.. C. H.; Grantham of Douglas., Ga.,
cake, candy, sandwich and l lemonadesale Joe couldn't stand the Idea of a whole ; was not forgotten,, the XIIII m..'. Company; I headquarters lln Orlando.

was in the city. this'week. Saturday beginning af 11 o'clockin I day'alone with his con cl nce. ._ --. ,- -- Orange county' has

E. &W.: Quality Store. the old Dann The press in building dipping
Collars building,
pro. Red Cross movement'and unless the I
lie .
p. Baron Perrine, managing editor
coeds will to the fund. CITY COUNCIL TO AID soon will be ready to take
Mrs.MI.uri Bronson spent the jgo* piano* of the\ Tropic Magasine, of Miami, city could"&n appropriation for matte tck} eradication.' ,

f past week with friends in Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. E. Lee of Jacksonvillespent Fla., was in the city Wednesday in the the i cause the'room f would be closed.
greater support it given to
'r "J. L. Feinberg' 'visited ,Kissimmee a ,few days this,week with Mr.I interest of his publication. Mr. Le- IN{ MAINTAINS' HARTMEMOR'L Mrs. W B. Makin.on'added'' emphasis in- this county by the count;

;yesterday. -,.Orlando. Reporter-Star, and Mrs., W. H. Peaks'at their home I Baron is compiling information for a .. to ''this'.Statement by -saying sioners and cattle owners,,
: Aug. 6.. on Main street, Mr.' .Lee belongs to the road 'map of South Florida; which'will REST ROOM the committee had'come. to,the ceucll much prospect of Osceola.

police force in Jacksonville. be printed in } aaAlaes resort.-1 -.
:. .1 Master Benjamin Green of Tampa ".' Dr. W. B. Witherspoon made. a ting released from "
r Mr. ''and' :Mrs.. C, A. Johnson who f several
visiting his uncle, E. L. .Green. I humorous that the years.
suggestion cityfathers
were, Visiting here* from ;>Georgia; Corporal Ed.: C; Roberts returned was Mth The quicker' the work Is :
Congressman W. J. Sears and family Tuesday a busy one support it personally if there
Mrs. T.'W. Ellis Mrs, Verna Ellis and I Sunday to his of less and trouble
: I join company ,the expense
spent a few days at Coronado the City Council, who met in regularsession was no other way. The liberality ofthese
Miss Ruby Ellis motored to Tampa N. G. U. S. A. has for our county '
Corporal Roberts so -why :
Beach last week. in their new city hall on .Darlington men is well known and their '
Saturday for an outing. been visiting in points in Ohio and recent action job,over with and save our
avenue. answering
Men's Dress Shirts, same' ,old .price, Mrs.- J. E. Moseley'snd'daughter, Kentucky, and was In ; Nashville, An,unusual number of citizens/ were ..the calls generous made on' them even when It si lot of expense and

at Quality Store. Miss Emmie, of Orlando, are 'the Tenn., when the summons came. 'to,return '' present', at tbe' meeUnaand j> several was necessary to'take up a"cone tloll I handling' their, stock out

:f:. S. S. Griffin was vf'among rtt,OrUndo guests of Mr.: and Mrs. George Over. her for.mobilization.* L /.' delegations presented projects forttheconsideration'S among themselves comply, was referred ty, to say nothing,of the:()
yi > .ioi Weeks."H
''tv-1- .
people In .Kissimmee_j' terd.y-n Mrs.1' Moseley C..: i : to' '" they then can have of .d
: street. was, a former |, Mrs.,I., Stephens left this morning fbf fJi''thecouncilmen.These' here. : I

.' ,1"1.! porter-Star, ,,, .r ''; ;11-AugRB' ': .", ." ''J't\f; '' .:.#. ;1. resident, but has sot been' back. here for Knoxville, Tenn. :Mr. Stephens 'were given careful consideration The council asked a few pertinent, ties cattle breeding going industry.ahead with

E. &: W. Shirts', no fad Quality for several years.. win meet her, in Kissimmee and and timely action taken. ./ questions on the subject then, as, the and their are cattlemen will

Store. S. F, Eagan of Kissimmee it among they WiU go on., together from .there. Rest Room to Receive. Municipal Support I need seemed imperative.. Councilman advantage over
,- our men
the prominent Floridians ..pendinJr'a They; expect to remain month among Haley moved that $25 be voted for '
Mrs. C, E., Dennig of Narcoosee\ Is the 'of TerineueeTuea.. their this counties are released from
mountains use month
> pending
few days in Tampa. Mr. Eagan is a One of these delegations represented '\ support and still bottled
the of we are
in the city this week guest Arcadia of up.
large Cattle man at Kissimmee. He'lla day News. the Hart Memorial building which a permanent nature. This
Mrs. S. J. Souders and other friends.
guest at the DeSoto.-Tampa Tri G. W. Persons of the Dollar Limit Is used as a library and city rest room motion was carried ,and Chairman Through the'efforts C.

"America'n' Lady Corset,"" newest bune. Store returned from his two weeks' and heretofore the salary of the librarian Lawson named Messrs. Haley, Thomas Osceola county will get $ "

styles, allt guaranteed. $1.00 and up Captain Eugene Bryan has received extern trip' Friday, and says he was who .Is also hostess 'for the I and Bass a committee to look into the state aid fund toward '

at Quality Store.Miss ., hi. cC commission in the Reserve Corps, geback where it was cool!] rest room, has been paid by individual II I matter and report back at the next highway-front Kissimmee
i regular session.
While subscriptions:but as the house is open line. Con
Mr. Persons was gone, he visited county
Ethel Gilbert returned home U. S. A., though it is not known wherehe i Would Safeguard Public Health
Baltimore for it thought the city I Union.
the markets of and New public use was .
DeLand where she be stationed. and
Wednesday from will l Captain One important subject I
York 'the could properly give it municipal sup which came
and purchased largest stockof
hair been the of Miss Jewel Mrs. home next
guest Bryan are expected goods he has bought since the port. In for its full share of discussion wasthe Mrs. Geortr'' ''.W".
Tatum. week ten day furlough.
on a opening of the store. Mrs Persons J. M. Willson, Jr., outlined the sub taking steps to insure the present Wednesday 'from \ }

Mrs. C. A. Carson and daughter, It is -Billle",' Maklnson. no' longer accompanied him on the trip, but stop. ject to the council and told how indispensable healthy, condition of ,Kissimmee'by I where. .she .has been ,the ,

'Inez, spent yesterday in Orlando, mo. but Lieutenant Makinson now. Lieut. ped over at Savannah to visit her par the rest room had become: enforcing the state'laws '' regarding parents for the past three

tori* g' up from Kissimmee.-Tuesday; Makinson has received his commissionas ents. He said it certainly was a stroag fac' _--. -. --- ---- -- ----- ..

morning. Sentinel. Second Lieutenant in the Regular tor for the betterment of the community
.; S. B..Aultman returned home In his ,
Mrs., Milton Pledger returned Sun- Army. He 'will return to Kissimmee; ear and'that as .an.advertisement
Thursday from an extended visit
day,from Bradentown, where'she was next week on a ten day furlough.,! at Macon, Ft. Valley; and other Georgia of the city was worthy-of consideration. '

the guest of her sister, 'Mill .Jessie J. E..Maddocks motored ,to'Kissipxr points. He was accompanied ,He said -th. fame of Kissim- Shoes Shoes Shoes!! J' ,

Padgett for the past week. mee, Monday; to look after his land Interests home by his nieces: ,-'Mrs. J. H.'' Taborof mee's rest room had gone'abroad and fl
other cities were emulating our example .
nearhersCle: returned ia his .
The perfect 'Talcum Powder, Or. Macon and Miss Lilly Merritt of ,
Lake Gem home in the evening. Mr. and as a matter'of civic pride the "
ange' Blossom. CORNER DRUG- Ft. Valley, Ga.. His daughter, ,Miss
institution should )be made permanent .
Maddoiks formerly done' of the ;
297. was Elizabeth who,has been spending the
STORE/Phone city's most progressive business men by an appropriation from the city.D. Spring and Summer' Footwear '
summer with old college friends atPfneviU. ; ; ; y
Mrs. J.: J.; Hall'and .her daughter, andhae friends G. Wagner spoke on the subject.He i.
.- the at
many! here. Ky.Joined party .
Miss Ethel,,HalIr;left;Monday night i % f j, ,4, .f.][ mentioned; its .advertising value ''
Macon. Mrs. Tabor and Miss Merritt 'fVVe'liave
''for Cordele, Ga., for a month's visit E. D. Malloy was awarded the contract and said it was frequently' used by It! .
will be guest at the Aultman home
for building of the schoolhouse
'WitJa'rel.tive.. and former friends.! who rested there between '
shoppers *
:, at toko ee, this, week at the for a few days, then will leave for well other. visitors Shoes for. every member the"'Dmlly.
trains by
as as ,
Mrs. D. G. McKay and family, Mrs. regular meeting of the county school Jacksonville to visit the former'sbrother through the city.: He referred
Criner and Mrs. Hansel returned Sat- \ Aultman.
board.t This will be'a one-room structure .
,, te the room as a
urday from'D.ytona Beach, where and the contract price calls for .' ; elderly people who lived some dis- Complete array.of .

they have spent the past month. 1850 .SWAT THE BUGS Lance from the business section: He ,Men's* Low Cut' Summer Shoes; elegant

; For the Hair-Dike's Quinine, and J. L. Beam'an and ,party have re- Various kinds of small vermin[ cause spoke highly of the ladies"who had Footwear Ladies

dandruff and restore natural".....'c lor.'i Springs and 'other points. Mr. Bea.m wife. Cockroaches, ants, mosquitoes, > their splendid personal efforts and ; Great Display of White>< Kid and

CORNER DRUGSTORE. ? n reports some exceptionally bad bedbugs, flies* ,. rats,, mice, all other urged the council to assume this bur

1 Mrs. Mary Waring of, Kissimmee, 'strips of road south of here and says posts den.Mrs Canvas Shoes. F

.1 after a successful operation aVa hospital our "missing link" is a creditto MENACE" YOUR HEALTH S. B. Aultman who has been

: here, will spend the next. weekor ; some of it. and 'you should .exterminate them; at prominently connected with the buildIng ,

tw.o with Mrs. S. S. GriffinReporterStar. once with safe and sure poison.. Tellus ,.ince its erection and who has Straw Hats
and Mrs. E. A. Lancaster
Mr. returned
your bug troubles'and we will give been largely instrumental in providing
Monday from Brunswick, Ga., something to' eradicate them.. I
you the rest room and library for the pub- '
Paul Link of Montgomery, Ala.,ws where they have been spending several 'CORNER DRUG STORE lic, addressed the council, telling them Most complete ,variety, sizes, shapes and,

i&. Kissimmee Wednesday looking. weeks. They were accompanied! Phone 297xo'T1cIa how, generally the room was used. styles. Up-to-the Minute Goods Prices '
< er some properly which he owns in horns by;/Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ford: and --- - .. ,. ,
She recalled the custom of making the
the *ShlngIe Creek section,"and says son, William, of Brunswick, who will I building: a social center for the strangers Are'' Right.

become resident of Kiiarimmee be their guests for some time..
ho hopes to a .
thc'Boardof will visit the
No e. is l hereby srlven that who the city during "

., in the near'future. Mrs. John Hots and daughter Miss County County. Florida.'win Comml' inner r._.l".of bM OHO-t"-"O.I... winter. months'of its use byshoppers .

Florida. Key Limes in packages of Emma, arrived from Philadelphia, Pa., 10 a. m,. HondA). BapUmber.IT, 117. from nearby towns'and by '*chl
far Bale of HOO.eOO.OO. 0% rarlabbond., *
Hfty: mailed to .address-for,fifty last Friday for a visit with Mrs. P. L. Special Road and Brld r. Dlitrlct NIL 1. c: lIdren"who'\same to consult reference H. C. STANFORD COMPANY
of who met them here and matuHnsr-at-rat $L,00 .0.," per nnmn. She ladles .
Cl Dt&.,, Compare this with the price Edgar, accompanied Interest parabla .ml-annually. books. Aid the had
lemons i and send postal money'order ,them to her home sit Orange AlI blela ta-b. addraaMdto', 3, I* supported the project last :year but at is
OU RtCaUt Skee lr
OTarstrect'Clerk Klsalmm Florida. D Jm ef Otceela
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to Tropical Fruit Co., Sanford, Center on Saturday., Mrs. Edgar: UMrs. t. 1.. OVERMTR WET. the present time every one had enlisted a
Pis.P i .,Hotz's ,MClrkl 1 Board Couatr! Comml..lonera < .
daughter. 91' ){} for patriotic seWtce pnderftibe I" .
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County Apnts' (Report BOOn have the.. work going on all over BEING HELD AT : I GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEE \

the county. JACKSONVILLE i High Moral. Intellectual Standard College of ;the Highest Rank ( |I)

CIRSDFIIRMER F ( i Liberal AI Law Agriculture, Engineering Liberal Arta, Education, Music, Expres.ylNon '::::. ::4!
P S. H. Bullock is in receipt af the I. Education Art, Heme ... T-:*
PbyilcalJ :;
Two Putnam County; The work of '
Manatee County: cypress-stave following letter, which is self explanatory Education( Graduate School Economic. '
silo ten by thirty feet were completedin the soil has practically ceased but : Send' for Catalogue and Vi'ews.28lSt Write for Catalogue and Book of View i'

for the planting of late sweet potatoes II A. A.AIURPHREE, Pres. EDW. CONRADI,, Pre. ,,; ::
SELLS the county the put week. Sweet Mr. S. H. Bullock, Kissimmee, Fla. .
and rice
some sorghums, or 'cowpea : .
and Dear Mr. Bullock-I have just seen
potato patches are In. good shape for a hay '
Fire Life Accident and. everything: looks like there will be crop. ---.-- Dean Burton of the Massachusette Institute -. . ... .. .; .. . .... . . . .. . . ...i..o ...

more than enough for the need.of the jpt', Lucie, County: Twenty-four pigs of Technology, who is here .

Health, Plate Glass Lia- county have been inoculated against cholera commencing the free classes in navigation D.G.WagnerInsuranceAgency

prior to distributing them among the and who I is very anxious that

bility and Boiler Insurance. Lake Ccutty: Citrus groves are pig-clubboys. When allpresent order as many suitable men a* possible

showing; a heavy bloom. Plenty of I have been fllle more than two hun- should avail themselves of these, 2nd Floor Citizen Bank Bid.., Phone No. 30. 1 ,.

Legal ..Bonds Executed. rain is falling. classes. As,, the ne\VI- J ,
now ; dred registered hogs will have been you are aware,
..:...:. The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Co.
I papershave -
Same'Day Needed. Farmers placed in the county as a'result of the given'considerable prominence ,,'
Putnam County: r are utilizing to the matter of these classes '
movement and the better hog
every available piece of groundin being started, but it. is possible that \
\ the food drive, Some farmers are campaign., FORD, AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE -
numbers of suitable have
old Welds'l that wereformerly'
opening .
even up Manatee One farmer the articles. It is'alsi,
County: re seen newspaper
turned out .are now ports that lince his cattle that others suitable
dipping, possible ; just as ,
I them to' sweet If
potatoes. .
planting ,
have no .tlckl and ape! well have read and passed them over an '
d the season is favorable there will be i as before dipping on one-half the feed of no special interest to them person- : ..

M. TILLER more u'weet potatoes in' the' county formerly given. '. ally.It. Insurance' ,
this fall than ever before.. .A fair estimate is essential to us all that if this tit

i : Real state Agency. is that the acreage of this crop YES! LIFT A CORN war is'to be prosecuted to'a'successful ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. .

............................... in the county is double that of last OFF WITHOUT PAIN| and speedy end, that such men be IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION..

Realty bought and sokL year. Cincinnati Authority-Tells How to urged to do their part. It maybe that AGAINST LOSS IS A,WISE PRECAUTION. .

Housei rented. Dry Up' a Corn or Callus So It they are too old to join the army or ........ .. ...... ...... .. . .o..o.. ... . ...... ...
Manatee County: Farmers are get-
Taxes paid and Titles verified < Lifts Off With Finger. navy, but if they have had ''two or __ w .
ting ready to kill the weevils that usu- .
three at and will take the .'
for non-residents. < years sea
) ally infest corn in thecribs.. They and
Accident In-' You corn-pestered'men women in navigation, they do their FOR SALE---CASH and : : course can. PREFERRED
have taken the first steps by putting need suffer no longer. Wear the shoes ; "
sursjce. their cribs in shape for fumigating the that nearly killed you before, say share in this struggle by'acting as

Iridtmnil floedl."cr; ....:::;='. corn !.t''W61I hope"tu'FOt'xttoureeorlttqa : _th.lapincjnn authority, because afew' Officers'' .the'ships which''' are shortly Ode block'of Five lots in fouth Part'of Town. 250 .
: .
? 0'Fffeeitone: : '
rope applieddtrtctly to' be'' p11'E an ei+t
; .
.... . .... ... ...... .... .. better use than weevil feed by ue- on' a tender, aching corn. or callus tic with\supplies and food. ft nt,1f208 fiooldeplTi: Riih Muck Soil;Bdapted""forr" -4J"''4- '' '
I ing carbon bisulphide and silos. stops soreness at once-and soon the '
... . ....... corn or hardened callus loosens so it Any men coming to join the classes Banana or Truck Growing Eighteen 'inch fall to city

v Lake County: Citrus is in bloom, can be liften out, root and all., with. would have to pay their own1*railroad ditch. Make,your home pay for itself. .,.
out pain: > .. expenses.and their board in Jackson .
: c. w. in some cases very heavy. Melanoseis .' I
GRIFFINStaple fruit and foliage and is A small bottle of freezone costs ville, but the classes tKemselves' Apply VAllEY GAZETTE.
prevalent on very little at any drug store, but willpositively'
lively to lower the price of fruit thatis take off every hard or soft (r'ee, and the instructions, coming

and FancyGROCERIES first class otherwise. corn or callus. This should ba.tried. from such an institution as the Mas.achusetts -"- -

as it is inexpensive and is said not to Institute of Technology,

Dade County: C. G. Smoke will get irritate the surrounding skin. will certainly be first rate. When you .

| thirty-five bushels per acre of corn If your druggist hasn't bottle any freezone consider that ordinarily such training
tell him to get a small for you R. S. FLOYD
grown without fertilizer other than from his whole sale drug house. It-is would cost considerable and furthermore .

Free.Delivery to all Part the residue left in the ground behind fine stuff and acts like a charm every that the men will,get good salaries Dealer In

of the CityW. his tomato crop. He has about one as ship's officers, there is certainly I

hundred acres. Hog cholera in this every inducement to take advantage

county has bt n confined so far to time.Magnolia Balm of this offer. There is absolutely Groceries, Ha.y, Grain and Feed

the point of original infection by quarantine no question about the men's .

B. Crawford Lee JarreT and vaccination. The simultaneous LIQUID FACE POWDER. services being' in demand 'for in ,a Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.

CRAWFORD 4 JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW method is used. The beauty secret of short time there will be, it seems to

.- 'women who know w me, more ships than experienced''men Us on Your Next Order For Feed
. County Try
Palm Beach : August was Ar to take care of the com- them.
i Offices 4, 6. 6L and 7.Bank' Citizen declared "Rooster Day" in this countyand .. ', plexion.. Cannot be able If to navigate know suitable men in + '"
t Buildiner! you any
detected Heals Sun-
of the birds killed.
Kissimmee Florida many were .. burn,stops Tan.: Soothing your locality, who have had two or __ _. I' .
death -
Before pronouncing the sentence \ cooling refreshing.SampU : three' years' experience at sett, I am "':""a -- _a' _. ... _.'1 ';;:
T. Mo.RJVERS.'M.D.. .' :: Mr. Rooster was found guilty of o "'''} W6a.. 'R-.RJ. sure you will be glad to place the -
) eating too much expensive food and n....,1)Iaaaas N -.II 11Ie,1 matter before1 them, 'and. urge them

PHYSICIAN and SURGEON yielding no profits, of annoying the (either color) for Zc.Sm.... lo'at once join1 this navigation class. Stout Lumber :
Office over. Osceola Pharmacy the hens] and reducing the egg yield, IIME...C .. 40 S.wh FiftIa s..BoollrnN.Y.' Yours faithfully, .
!!toss Residence It
Off la* 141. of fertilizing eggs which caused themto [ WM. MOORE ANGAS, TO MAY.STOUT LUMBER 00. jJ

spoil more readily during the warm Further information can be obtained DEALERS IN .
C. F.. THRASHER aeaaon. FREE ART SERVICE' from U. S. School of Navigation, I
Chamber of Commerce Building, Jack
1 _____. :
SHEET' METAL WORKER Marion County; There are six silos .

Mftml Roof* P.e..s.1Caaraet..d. going 'up in the county and six" dipping For the Correct Finishing of the sonville. LUMBER

vats either being built or con 'Interior of Your Home. OSCEOLA FARMERS WILL I II

PHONE J..-rr KISSIMMCf. FLADR tracted for. We expect to save a lot Works in Connection .
of corn as lilage.. One farm is puttingup . .. .

>W.4W.:' :( CARSON]*;. .,..': 1'eighthundreditonsjof'lilage'yt / : ;', ,) I-''this. .. 'of The'the artistic home present decoration many of the problems Interior: B. E. 'Evans, County 'Agent, is'authority .' : "> It is oar pleawe to five i you estimates at all time I II ' a,

year' Dimensions of various rooms; the char -the statement that the fol.lowingtpoem'voicei' .. I EourteouAttentioa and
'. 'W; DENTrsT;_ ( ,$".I, acter of the furniture and woodwork; for tr\,.'\... \ ,;' Prompt Delivery.' : ;
r.- 11 attitude'efthe .,
the color of draperies and carpet l i the / "1'1'/
Office over Pilley Building Brevard County: Thirtysevenhead lj j considered; all this require 1 '
f must
Osceola county farmers on the Phone 21 Ki immee Ha. .
Omee Hours: I-IS. <1-I of cattle have just been brought experience, taste and skill. ,
Office 'Phone II' Residence. 'Phone II> If you are Contemplating redecorating question of potriotic service:
0r.. Administered for Detraction .( into the county. These are some of your heme'or building a new one- .. .. ._ -- .- .- .- -
Teeth the cattle bought for the farmers by you will find It a decided advantage to Tou can count on the farmer to. ,1s.. 41..
consult with.the Art Department of the crease his crops of corn/ ,, .
aid from the bankers. A number of
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Irt Peaslee-Oahlbert Company, Incorporated You can bank on hla ,patrlllsm sure. -1 .
O.. P. KRIBB& W. J. 3TKMI: 'togs bought the aame,way will arrive of Louisville Ky. as you are overchaneiwon't born; .
6 there
KRIBBS & STEED Every assistance every Information Needn't worry that 1 v
soon. This importation of livestock be. lot of grub,
every suggestion bearing on the subject Needn't. figure him a miser or .a. cal-
'. .ATTORNEYS, AT LAW into .the county comes as a response of proper finishing of your Interior. culating dub.
d ;a Legal business. of all kind fives to the activity fathered by the county i will be gladly furnished without cost State Bank
or obligation to you. Help him with your city labor, give
prompt attention.. agent. I Write for any Information or suggestions him credit. at the bank.,
Offlcee 11 and 11 State Bank Bid*. you may wish. Send In your Let him know that you thanks appreciate his "
' specifications and the Art DepartmentI effort with your : .
Klaslmmee, Florida Manatee County: v The celery seedbeds Now the nation U In danger, sure the
originate designs, suggest practicalIdeas
r which were treated with cynana-i I and scheme*,.. and give you the farmer's Do you duty at his In work.the city and the of Kissimmee ,
Pat Jhn.ton O. P. Oarrett mid' to kill ,the root-knot nematode promptest and most careful service. farmer will not shirk.
I The best architect. and decorators of
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW are in good condition. The seed came !;: this country frequently call upon this First the farmer didn't understandhow .
up well and the beds have the least department for Information and help serious. Was the need . The df the world
for obtaining desirable effects In the He; feared the backyard gardener who eyes
beds'seen. '' .
and weeds of seed
.. 1' grass any was buyingall the :
execution their That these
li: ''12' of plans. ,
Office 10, and Citizen Baal I He. thought the whole thing was a
,Building While it is yet too see whether :I suggestions are almost uniformlyadopted trick to get the prices down '
the nematodes have been killed; the make us believe that the word A. clever bit of strategy 'gainst. the
KlMlmnee Fla of our Art Department Is authoritative. country for the town., the whoSAVES
bed certainly look promisirig.' and final on such matter are on man .
, 'J. A-'TROVILLION;M. D. I'I I There' a POe finish for every Now he sees the need. of harder'. workto .
get the larger yields "
Attention to purpose. Ask for Free Faint Book. .-
Special '
W Citrus County A of with mighty will,
: public dipping and Color Card. And he's a
TUMORS and panting
all his nelda.
j DISEASES OF TIlE SKIN. cattle was held at Fort Cooped last i Now war Is on In earnest sure, the
Orlando Office-Boardman Building, month, the first in this county. Much OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY farmer's. at his work.
I I Do your duty In the city and the farmer -
k tolla.m interest is being taken in the eradfca-. will not shirk.
.1 Winter Park. OffIee-2 to .4 and g Kiuimmee J Fla.
. to 8 p.' m. epl .6mo pd .- Corn and livestock, beans. and buckwheat -
t clover oats and winter
Everything to raise the foodstuffs that
0it \' our allle need to eat) '. ..
j lEWlSVOBRYANATTORNEYATLAW Prices now are moat forgotten' for the '" --- -- -- -

\ All the Fertilizer Want Nation's life's he at stake.;slacker,. .
:,;. Yoy Jf you were. thought making a mistake was a you
: Per the war Is on In ..earnestand how for
I.' c> Waring Building. '.. .. everyone u.t worm =, TI>RUSE moment, young man, .

Goods of the tame high standard of :Co" your mer will duty riot In the city'and the. .far--- and give thought to self. The
t, ttyder.4JJRGARDLN. . a.
FOR quality that we hays always offered.
FREIMT"Boom problems that confront you now, or

y House*** unfurnished unfurnished and and furnished furnished. '//0 It is true that in comparison with before the will a few years hence. .

J :Also1'*city properties, farms, citrus, ' war times prices are high; and certain maters I --I .
trucking and grazing land fer sale. Look about you 4he men of affairs La country, state, nationy -

"' Tilt fllTT REALTY PARLOR islt are scarce and hard to get; but we have iSUPPLY' ) oot!: s, in the world, are. the mea who started to tare early in lift.
for months looked ahea and provided for this
tld0d,11 .1. They lave the rtspect and.confidence of the community. ;
MRS. SUMMERS, Manage ,
scarcity in large and offer
a measure, can you "
207 Has SI, cor. Brack. N. Kissimmee V Then look OB the other side-at the fellows who spend all they ,, '

x Two block north of Christian church. make-they ;may haTo a food time for a while, but what doe their .

.;;Our Same Old Line of High Grade Goods personality reflect? v .''

'"' ''J.. W. THOMPSON Adollar or so deposited in this bank will b* lb. )I

'f We are'also headquarte! ri'for all insecticide and nocleuf of -an honorable, independent Career.: '&, ;"

Funeral ,Director fungicide materials, and .the .famous Deming GARDEN and FI EL book Make will your pave beginning the way.. now-today.: Your bank. .W- "n,.

and Brown spraying out fit*, either large or small .SEEDSESPECIALLY I .::;'
::: .,.. :AND / / 1 Capital stockResources _______-_________ ____ .... 100000.00

ADAPTED over. '?_?___?___-___________,___ 400,000.00 '"

L ;AICENSED "EMBALMER. ,Wilson:&T Fertilizer co.. TOR YOUR'STATE. ; ,Officers and' Directors:, ,7C. a(

t ;,if t I . # I l . = FREE- I '
'' Storo"> ,andjcnap*I, Stewart. ..An.' I .," ,, ',..'..-'... ."... Jachaea"vil. '1, ,,F/aida''It./ \ .'" A.'CARSON." President' M.'ICATZ'and'E' J.;."LESLEY+ -. V..':.P. :, '
KMramee. ,
1 : .M,. h rTtal ...". ft' I-, l. AND WEEKLY PRICCUST7LE '
Ik . . t I ,N. BRYAN, ." . N,>B. CARSON, ill.' KATZ _
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itJL M Its o.lej aM> LA xa.sls..M f ljts & Ca r saorr0y .Co,, Local Ages OTN'sEEDOOt 'C. X. CARSON. ', *-"H. FLEMING: E. LESLET.., ,r'"". ,
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,"'i \ : .. M SENT I ; I
\: TDtAiCATTLE MAT Cllerkeof Circuit'Court ,
NOTICE'- *t Klsslmmee. Ij
TO FLA. RANGES TO FATTENB. KI ida, on the, list day ofk September, j \ :

.---: f!" Claimant"'name* as.witnesses; EXCURSION' B'TES''

toilpw t-deearlbed .' E,' Evans If In receipt of the fol John Altmeyer, of Loughman,1'Fla ,
Notice t* hereby given that land, ''or so muchthereof B. G. Hancock, of Loughman. Fla. .' , I
a* will "b. necessary to pay the amount due for,tax. heroin ..t oppo- lowing communication which will, be R. B. Addison, of Loughman, Fla.

.Ite to the lame, together with the cot 'of'such kaleand adverthllng will be Interest, to stock men of this vicinity Fl POlydoor.Qhysellnck. of Loughman FROM KISSIMMEE>

.old at"public auction onthe( third day .of September, A. D. 1.111. Ih front of ;: ROBERT W; DAVIS.

the City Hall door, at, Klsslmmee.! County of Osceola.. and State of Florldue Register 1 .,;
... Gainesville. Fla, July 28. 1911. ''
Tax and To IN! TILE nRCl'IT' COURT Of IRE $44,65 New 'York ,$42.65 Philadelphia:
to ROM Adeltlon ., Dear SIr-The Bureau of Animal THE STATE OK FLORIDA FOR O*. '

Beg. SID Cor of Block 11, W of Ry, CHOLA COUNTY.. IN CItANCBRY.C. '
D. c.
,. ) .. run. N 60 ft:, W 100 ft, 8 (0 ft. E I Washington have ""-- '$5040 .Chicago 40.15 ,CiRCifHiati

100 ft ................................Leonard.I6. F...,*>:.**-*'**.+.*..**...$11.68 notified u.hat a large number othil'h P. Walpple va., D. O. McKay W. D.
r. Baas Rv-ftab Div .f'IU.rk. 1. S. f female 'nell. ... bull his wi'.. ,,1
5, .. .". 8, ., 10, I.. nnd IS ., R_' grade 'cattle-Angus, -
Addition Hereford, and Shorthorns--are being '
Lot. 6 and 7.. Block 14_...............Sessions. D L ......?-......_... 11.08
I' shipped from Texas on'account of the to the Defendants. W. D. Snell and
Beawell'n H .Sak Div of L.t IS of .
Parae at Payne Addition \ severe drought Many of these ani. Snell. hie wife: o Daily limit : '
Tickets Sate
Lot 11 ___._______-.....,..____.. _-,....Oaulden. M .....-..?.--..--,.' ,,-.-- (..70It. male are going Into the slaugter pens. \in It filed appearing that the from attorney the arfldavlt for the here.oom. On , With Final October 31st

It. P. nroan-hfs Addition- ,_ plalnant believes that
Lot 1 to 4 Inc Block K-i..,_..___...a.Davldaon.: A L __.._..___._?...... 28.88 These cattle are in a thin conditionand : of the State of you Florida are nonresidents and THROUGH'' SLEEPERS' DINING CARS
Lot 6,. Block Oj.__T____.__*___..__.,,___Flfe. Warren. ...........,.,.._._. ..811 should not be slaughtered that that your residence I. 660 Minnesota .
S A R..I....'. Addition Avenue Kansas City Kansas, and that
-Be"* NW Cor-of Block L. run S (0 ft. an effort' Is being made. to have them; there la no person In this Stats the VIAA'tlant.ic 1

W 166 ft. N 10 :B'166 .. ... .. 1118 services of a subpoena upon whom
ft. ft., .._.Carmichael B P .,.* ?-.- _e, placed on our southern The
WH Lot I. Block (.__ ......,,.._.....Gaulden, .M ..............-.__-._... 410 ranges. would hind you land that the age ,of Coast Line
Lot. 7 aid 10. .. .. .. 1106 owners of these cattle have been im each pf you Is above the age" of SI
Block 6? ___ .... ,-._.Howard. John ............. ... ,
Lot 1. Block 6,._._._,__..._._._.__.. ..Howard John ,.._........4_-._-. 8.'0 years. ordered,
Lot 8. Block ...____............r....?---..JiOreen. Mattle __...._._.._..,..,.... '.'0 proving them for ten or'fifteen years It Is therefore tht you doappear Standard Railroad of the South '
All Block 11 .."....._......_,.__MMakln.on" W B..,.-,__,...._._... 11.46 so/that/ they are'on the average high In this court to the bill herein ,
All Block I!__..-._.,,..........._........__Howard G ___.............-* 1108 filed upon Monday, September. 1, 117.
Lot 8, Block, 11...-_-.._. _., _..__--Tiller. M .-...,_.......,.__.._.-...-' 4.(6B grade animals. It Is further ordered that this orderof For ticket..and reservations' call on f
<-* HW Car of Lot 4. Block 18., runs : publication be published once aweek A. M. KIRK
N 78. ft, B 46 ft. S 76 ft, W 48 ft__,..Acres. Will __0.._...._....._,_._*. 4.'6 As many of these will come from a for four consecutive week. In the, T. A KUsimmce. .?. ,.
Lots 6 to 9 Inc Block 18____.<..___.._...Makloson. W B Co............... 14.06Florida tick-infested section,, we should be Klsslranvee published Valley In Gasette Osceola, a newspaper .. D. P. A, Tamp .
Land at ln pt. C.. Addition '
Lot 17 ?_....._.?....__________.._..__..__.Edict M K ...-.-._._.-_..,........ 1108. able to use several carloads in Florida. Florida.Witness my .0. . .. . . . . . ... ... ......... . ....... ....... . .l.lI

f. "Lot 81 -__-..._.._,-___.._-._,..,._.__Mll.r, E E _........-.._.._'._......... aa.tlo Please communicate with any stockmen Circuit Court hand this let and day the seal of August of said:, -
\Voodall oil; Doylrs Safc-DIv Lots R8.S4 A. D. 191 Tt

07 nnd SR!>. 'in your section advising them J L. OVERSTRKET! , . . ... .. ... .... ... . .. ...... . ..
Lot. 10 and O_ .._ _._ 4, SLots '
11. Block O- ._._-_?....Halotte, Retell --.,... that yearlings will cost from $40' to Clerk Circuit Court Osceola County.
17 and 18.. Block O_.........___...Tanner. Mr. W P ..-._.*._..-.... .60 FRANK A SMITH I
.Lots, 6. 6 and 7. Block. H...___-.____-_.Unknown ... _.._-._-.-..,_._--.-._ 2.11 $50 on the range and two-year olds Sol for Com pit. ll-Bt
..... ..: Fresh Meats
(J. H. W. .b-DlT of Lot SB) ". -- 1..ColdSt.ragefor
Lot 7 -..!...--_._.____,__..-..___.-.Moseley, Bessie F ...._..-_-__-_. 1.80 front $55 to $60 f. o. b. ,shipping point. NOTICE' OF. SHERIFF'S SALE
"Lots 87 and 18 ___.__...___......__..___.Smith Daisy .........__,__-_.... 1.60 Representatives of the Bureau' are -
Lots 1 to 6 Inc. t to U Inc Let 18, 1*. I now on the grounds and )claim' they Notice Is hereby !given that by and Eggs Vegetables Etc
17. SO and 11 and 84 to 40 Ino.-_.....Rlanchard. Mr lit C_._._-_._..?. 7681 f. under. virtue ,of that certain writ ofe&rnitlon i
Lot. 16. 16 and 17...--._._,._._......Newton. Lula ,.._ 1....,_-_...... JUS1 can l locate 10,000 head within ten days. Issuing out of and under seal. f
Lets 14 and 16.. .-...--_-_.._ ._-_..-.Blake.. Laura _....Jj__.-.-...._-- 1.92 Prompt action is necessary In this of the County Court In and for Osceola .
.Lots. 11 and Mji_-__._.._____1._._...:.Howard.. << Ella .,__......_...... 1.88 countr' Florida bearing date the 11th STORAGE RATES ON MEATS:
A.xD. Issued In that ;
4W. IT. Kin*** Saa-DIr of Lot ST) for on account of continued drought July KIT. ,

Lot 18 a__ ..*_.___...._,_.._._,,:;.McBrlde.. :"J ......._.....___._- 1 08 thesecattle certain cause pending! wherein W. J.
Lots tdnd 16: ........_. ....0'W. many of mill move ra'.1'ly; Mallett. Is plaintiff and Casper B. KlnerIs
._...__.Reddlck. J _:...._..._... Storage on all Meats 1-2 cent pound Fifteen Days.
I levied !
defendant have and
Sab4N..2 1st upon
H. Farar .
7 Ad. Please let us know as soon, as you wlU sell
. to satisfy said execution at
.Itloa te ...__ Park) -

Lot Bear. SB 1* and Cor 24 of to Lot 28 80 Inc. run.___._N..70., ..ft_._. Kelley... .*D> **,.............,...;....-.. 10.88 can. i( you of anyone who Is interestedIn public courthouse outcry In at Oseeola the front County door Klsslm of the Curing Pork ready t for'smoking 1 l-2c. per pound ;

". ,IXt' ,,,1\):;' ,* UI1.t.IirL't..m.fY'! : jy _(1 ivrnfl&lMtmTM 'ftID___ ;;i-ntrr. .i these...cattle_ when! we expect!: : to" vf.-rJ mee lrten.b Florida.r-Ar-a-, on Monday f, "the" rtth Srd!la-4be day '/m.s II\\mLJ Y.1.4! P. .
:- <;0 << ...... ...It-..... .f .l44 t. Q3 .. -.. have ,more'Inf rmtitjl "about"thihr'? legal hours of sale to the BS"highest and ... &/ ,. 'f==ofJIIIIt" .

Lot ---...r+_od_.--_till_-,___Cady. Mr. A K.___._?....-..____ I.Ol Very truly yours. best bidder real for estate cash as the the following" described of- "
(Pin* Croat lab.f Lots ST and SRLot. ) ARTHUR P. SPENCER Casper B. Kln.r. property Bring us. your hogs the day they killed. Wa will do
8 and 10..,------......_._..Lindsay, 3 H.......-.-,. 8.86 To Wit." ,
Lots 11 and 11-..........._.__..__....Lindsay, R H.................... 1.8O Assistant Director. Lots tt and 14. of block ITS OC: Saint \ thereat. S.
Lot. It to 18 Inc......................Cooper, Mrs 8 T.....'............ 10.8: Cloud,.Florida.: .. tRISSIMMEE
.Rebe>rt Basn Addition ', *;i_ 'i." U TNdRAM. '

All of Block ALhe .____*______?-.._Tyler. Rosa .__-_..............-.....':. '.'11 Sheriff of Osceola County Fla.

_kers 8..DI..c IL ". Blocks Ob nnd , Ask Your Grocer By ROBT. CAMPBELL ICE. & COLD. STORAGE CO.. I {

Lots hand. 11_...........-1._..Washington Annie -._?._._._ S.l( CRAWFORD A JARRELT"Attorneys ,
Shoemaker* ....Dlv. ef Block: HL for Plaint <<. ..-It oNbrelOe14i......... .... .. .. ..0. .... .. ...... . .. ...

Lot 4 -.-..-__._"'___..___._Williams, Anna _-.?-------r-- 4.68Whoemnker's

Lot l ------__.._._........___.j,-...Rivers. Lucy .............:..*__. 1.(( TAX DEED t'NDRR' SECTIONS! 074 '. I I FIFTEEN DAYS or both. At the discretion
T>H4 of Lot 4. ..... ... .... Rivers.. Lucy __ . -._ 1.6" CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES AND BTS GENERAL STATUTES of the Mayor. ;
Air of BlockMTRL':;.____c:..-.::?-_._Gllpln. R p--:.-:-::-:_.._:n.: :.: 11.11 THE. STATE OF FLORIDA. Read In open session s first time and +,

A. K. Drangnt*. Sn.._Dlr.of Block: .'HL.. In bL unanimous consent placed upon-Sts

Lots 1 to It Inc..-,,?.-,.__..._Gllpln.. R P _..-._......-..-. 11.1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Q. second reading and final passage, and
Lots It to 11 Inc___.-..__._______._.Howard<< Jo.e.-._-+-. .__....- 7.80 W. Thomas, purchaser of Tax Certificates In Re unanimously adopted this 6th dayof
Beg" 60 ft B of 8W nor of Block "TL." Norn. 14*. MO and 661 dated the June A. D. 1,17.
run.N10ftE49ftS60fLW4$ (th day of July A. D. 111 has filed Notice r. H. LAW80Jll'i t,

It _____---fiughe" P ._ _".._ ..1. said certificates In my. officI. and has It Attest:' President.of Council.
All of"BfockrAirH8rB"i"Vr7d O7...-_..Tan &rs Anna."I._I..II-_._- 70.10K made application for tax deed to IssueIn October may : J. R. GILBERT.
100 ft of N 81 ft of Block 18_--,---_.Tlner, W R..__................... 11.08 accordance te law. Said certificatesembrace the : City Clerk. .
Heg. NE Cor of Block 20 run. 8 100 Best By Every Test the following land., lying and said : Approver this 0th day" of June It IT..

ft, W .g ft. N 100 ft. Tf! >8 ft_..Braddock. Mr M-.........-._. 16.16'. being situate In Oaoeola County.' Stateof final (Seal jotm :'
Xx>ts 1 and 1, E of A C L Ry In Block Florida, to.wltNo. :- Bloc tate of ; S CADBL.tlIt : .

" -.-_T--____ __ r .:_-.Maklnson. Mr M -,- 18.48 r Site..' 241. .Lot. 1 and 1. A Hotel.' and Mayor.
Lot. I and .. Block "P" and S and 4, sent
Block -Q- .-.,_.....Maklneon Mr. M M *-*-.._. 84.78 ''Subscribe"for the Valley Gazette. No. 160.'; .Lot 1 and i. Block. B, Hotel aid .my. IHERiFMALE

All of Block. R and S-..Collier.. 81'rs E F.-.__.......__... (6.08 Bite. / Dated : -
Beg" 8W Cor of Block V .- No. 1(1. Lot 6 Block B. Hotel Site under
ran NE 88 IMIIIIIIIMMIIIIHIIM'jLegal Klsslmmee Notice Is hereby given that,
tt.' E 480 ft. 8 86 ft. VI 616 ft--------Makinson Mr M M __.___.._._ (.00 The All being said lands In 1 being assessed Park.In the April- and by virtue of a warrant Issued by.
Robert B.. S.C,Addition the Comptroller of the State ef FII I'I..., 4
Lot 1 _.-. ....T........._._,..__.._Mach Bros -................. 6.70 names of W. A. Brown. W. A. Brown directed to me as Sheriff of Oeceol
Lot I _.... ..... .. .._. '..0 and M. J. Deardorf respectively, at the
-- .- ........Robinson. Fred. _,::. ._. --. time of the Issuance of said certificate County, Florida,' commanding me +o h'
Senth Florida R. R. .....*,. *. collect by levy and sale from the South
SS..0.' "* of Lot. and 4. Block 8.-.Frac* Warren...-----.---.-.-. 710 AdvertisementsORDER Unless said certificate'shall be redeemed !. Cart Florida and Gulf Railway Company,
SW (0 ft of Lot T. Block 4...........Tiller, M ._._....,.....*...../.._. 8 88 . according to law tax deed will the sum of Two .Thousand. Two Hundred .,
Lot 8. Block 7_.___-__....._.......-_Kulp. Mrs C C................... .8... Issue thereon on lb..201k day' of Aug and Twenty Dollar and Seventy..
Lot. 1 to 4 Inc Block 8-_......_-_.....B.... W O -...._._._..._-.::___ 11.46 ust. five' Cents (.....0.71) that being the t
Lots .7 and I Block 8.......-.__._..Bass. W O ....---___.-_.--.---- 16.70 FOR PUBLICATION :I tn.P.l my hand and official seal M amouht of State County and Special a
Lots. 1 to 1 Inc and NE (U ft of Lot Klsslmmee City, Florida, this the Kth BT Taxes) levied and assessed for the year
.{ 4. Block Lot_anilot.-Maklnson. W S Co...._.........15176 ''Or day of July A. D. KIT. < W. A. D. Mli, under Section 4t of Chapter.
8W 40 ft of 1 1 and IN CIRCUIT ...COUP STATE J. U OVERBTREET.rk'eIreult piled to lit of the Laws of Florida aphUt th*
4. Bile 11 a--------------------------: Maklnson, W B Co.-....-._._..__.. 61.18 -- & ? Court, Oseeola ,, County, ," ... said South< Florida and Rellwll'Company
Leasehold and Improv.m.nta on NB State o( Florida. .. << I have levied upon foT
cor of Block 14------.---.-.-....The Texas Co. ?-_.....-.._:'.._, 11.18 lI..e.,. ..........1 Clmri' 0__. C.... (Seal) by B. H. BULLOCK. D. C of towing d.e..I .d prpertYI I t..
Wm. BeewelP Ad nin ty-In Cknneery ..
.Lot. S and t-,___________._.......Kenton. Mrs J ....__._,.. ..-... 14.08 ? OUC 1a OF 'APPLICATION FOR TAX and ..
N. F. Dawvn Addition ::: : : 1 Combination Car.Motor
Beg SB Cor Dakln and Tohopekallga William J. Malle-tt. roaiplalaaat.:.v*. *% ADD '
. ... B7B. aMNKRAL STATUTE! OF THE be and > Cars S
Ave R. Davis, D. ... .
run. along Tohopekallga 1NOTICB .
AT "" .OF FLORIDA before 1 Depot:
,A..ln 8-10 ft, N 46 degrees, W ,. ,, -' 1M7. All Tools and Four Camp Car -
111 4-10 ft. then 8 to beg" al.o Lot a it' appearing" by affidavit appended to ;: ff have, : : !: All belonging and .
A and building on Leased Lot. B t'J'I-, the bill filed In the above-stated causs is'hereby I given that T. . South Florida and Gulf Railway Company. -,I
and C .--.,_-......._,.,..,.,.....Bo. Ft.. Lumber Co...__......._.... 86.96 that F, R. Davis, the defendant thereinnamed HOPKINS' . purchaser of Tax Certificates the .. In the County of Osceola and
Cape Brecae .' w"i"',.... I 'Is a non-resident et the State r. 811I and U'i dated the (th I> .. State of Florida, and I will, on the.It"
if ,'J.ot..48 to.48 InQ...-.....,+..+e.A'FNt_:..MeTonough. HDKt ........,+... 9.90 I of Florida, and Is a resident of Loulsvllle. day July A. D. has filed said prrsona, day of August. A. D.: KIT, the..psy.;
Lot 71 < .. .. ...... ... .- ._ ...__ .. the of certificates In mv office and has made :
< -- -- .- -+ + .iii....._.Smlthl W A.,.. .- -- -. Kentucky, over age .twen ing the first Monday and the Rule
//,10....... ..d O'Neal's 'Addition ty-one years. ;. It Is therefore ordered application for Tax Deed to. Issue In of the of the said offer for ale at D

Lot 8, Block .C.___... ... _.;_ ... ,W 0 _..____._...__..._..__._- 1.96 that said non-resident defendant band accordance to law. fallowIng day of lie outcry month the legal hoar of
Lot. 10 It. 14 and WH"of"Lof. !8 <'. he la hereby required. to appearto Said Certificates embrace the : sale, at the Depot owned by the BoothFlorida
and 16 and BH of Lot 11, Block D.___Smith, Mr. L C-...-__- 44.86 the bill of complaint tiled 'In said described lands lying and belnV FlorIda situate (Seal)) and Gulf Railway Company at
Bea 191 ft 8 of NB Cor of NEK of cause on or before Monday the 1st day In Osceola. County State of; Prairie Ridge, Osceola County, Florida
SE;(? 8eo 11, Tp 25. R 19. 'run 8 "" of October A. D. 117 otherwise the to-wlt: the aforesaid mentioned properly and

100 ft., W 141 ft. N 100 ft. B' 141 ft...__Roberts. Ruby ...........--..... (.18 allegations of said bill will be takenas and Lots Lots 11 and 16 and 14 of 1 Block' of Block*0, St. 80 Cloud. St. Netlre e sell the same to the highest" and best
H A confessed said defendant
M.tbewo Addition by bidder for cash to collect above taxes
All of Block B.___...._...._,___.Johnson C W_.._._:....._..._. 710 It Is further ordered that this orderbe Cloud. The said lands being. assessedIn der the costs and expanses. of this sale wand
TfW<4 of Lot 1, Block "G"-.a: __.....luradshaw. Catharine .-- 7.80 published once a week" for: four consecutive the. name oor B. R. Tilton and of J.said R L. H. INGRAM.:

1'.t I .TranrBf5. ..__...........__Toungblood" H..t.r _.-_.-_....-., 11.111 said ley Gacette.county and a newspaper state. published In Tax shall Deed be redeemed will Issue according thereon ,to on law the Notice the This third sale day postponed of September. until A.Monday.D. 117,

'fW'4 ::_.------a---John.. R .1_._-a--r--...... _--__-_ .711. This 7th day of August till 1. 17th day of August A. D. 117. NOB.Merrill, U H. INGRAM.:
Deg." at NB Cor of Lot 2. Block S. run. J. L. OVER8TREKT. Witness hand and official seal As Sheriff of Osceola County F
of Ja
my July ;
8 60 ft. W 100( ft. N 60 ft. E 100 ft, Maklnson. W B Co...__-_.-.-__ X.18 Clerk' Circuit Court. this, the 18th day of July A. D. 1917. tificates; :
'Beg" RB' Cor of Block R. runs N 140 (Circuit Court Real) .1.1.. OVERSTREET, -
ft W 100 ft, 8 140 ft, E 100 ft--------Pennell E L _.._..-.____-_-_ 1.011 W. B CRAWFORD. Clerk Circuit Court Osceola. CountnFlorida. .JII cordance plication NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIONDepsrt.e.t'
Beg 708'%" ft, R of HW Cor of N\V14\ Solicitor for Complainant. 14>it Said '-
of REW' See II. Tp 16. R 29 run.N209y Circuit Court Seal) 82EtNOTICR .. '
ft. F194ttS29itW? NOTICE FOR BIDS! ( ing" e>f tke I.te... IT. t. land

186 ft, S 170 ft W $*/I ft------------Tiller. M ....__...-r_.__...._..... 1708 OF APPLICATION FOR TAX situate Florida, OfSre mt A.n.I..YI.. 1...
Deg." 418H ft W of SB Cor of NW% Notice Is hereby given that the Council DEED UNDER SECTION: aT4 ANI1H75. (17) of I.
of SBVi' Sec' 21. Tp 18. R 2., runs will meet on August 16th, 1917, at GENERAL STATUTES OF TILE (804). : ::: ; .
W 80 ft, N 170 ft, B 80 ft, 8 170 -._Tiller. M .,...--_----,-'- 18.711 7'30 pr m, to receive bids for fuel (contract STATE OF FLORIDA. Block SOTICE IS' hereby given that OscarH.
U"(r 112 ft. 8 of NW Cor of Block V running" for one year) for Water. St. Britt of Loughman Florida, who,
runs W 97 ft, R 77 ft, B 16 ft. S 44 & Light Plants.A .fl'I on April 18, 116, made Homestead. Entry i
ft, E 82 It. N 111 ftj ____....------Overstreet Mabel .___._.._-_.,.. K.'6 sufficient bond will be required. for NOTICE la hereby "given that F. A. of No. 01184. for 8WVi of NWM. Sec
(....... ......'. ,.ab.I>lTlalen) faithful performance of contract. Babb purchaser of Tax Certificate 1'1'0. name at lion 11, Township.S..; Range It E.Tallahassee ..
Lot. 1 to 4 Inc. and O, 6 and, 7 less 80 The Council reserves the right to reject 161. dated the 5th day of July In A. office D. tificates son Meridian has filed noticeof

ft Block A _________.:_____..._...._..Bu..., S S .'_..-.........._._...--_ 11.18 .any or all bids. K1C. has ha.filed made said certificate for my Tax be Intention to make Commutation,
and application
Proofs to establish claim to the land
wA Patrieka: Addition. For further Information see Dr. W. . law. will ..
) Lot 2. Block A_..___ ; ..--Gardner.. Mrs CorrleTH _.-...------- 41.80 W. Careen, chairman of Water & Light Deed to Issue In accordance to following August" above described,. before Clerk Circuit
of Lot 1, Block 1----------..._-.Blmpson, Mrs B B...._...___..__ 11I.811 Committee Said Certificate embracethe and Court. Klsslmmee Florida, on,th."t
S.' 1V4 of Lot 1. Block a..--_...-.-.......Hansell. Mlldrrd. L ..______.._.__ 11.48. This IItb day of July. A. D 1917. described lands, lying" State beingsituated of" this the day of September 117.
Lot 8. Block O____._.._.____.________.FranclsMc* D G___._.__-____ 61,96Beg it-8t J. R. GILBERT Clerk. .to-wlt In Osceola Beg County. NE. Cor. Of Let (Seal) : Claimant names a* witnesses
W. W. :, of Loughman
NW Cor of Block I. E
61H Brit FII.lea
S. 140 W. 140 yds. N. 140 Clerk
4, yds,
run of
H. J.
ft 8 106 ft K lVi ft. 830ft, W t NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIONDep.rt.e.t.r .. Popeney
19 ft, N lli1 ft_-____..__.____.._.Davidson, A L .....___-_._.._.._ 28.IS yds II E.. E.. 140 'yds. Seo. 11, Tp. !( 8, Rg.. J. R. Collins of f .

Lot 8. Block N______,._._,..:.,..___.Dann. C W_-.....-_-.______-__ 18.18IT. the Interior.: IT. S.' ,,Land The said lands being assessed In the John Hamburger, of Loughman DAVIA. a
J i! 49 ft:. Lot 2. Block O-.--.r_--._-.__.Tiller, M _._.._.___--.,._.__._._,,. Ofnre *t (ietnrHvttiv. Fla* name of F. A Babb at the date of Issuance ROBT., W. Register. t
't Fractional Lot 8 jexoopt beg NW oorrune Jnly 97. 117.N.OTICK of said certificate, unless saidcertificate
S 60 ft. E i40 It:. N 60 ft, W 140 shall be redeemed accordingto f. J
ft Block P_. ..--.-........_._._..:...Mach Bros. ...............___, _... u" Is hereby given "hilt Scott law tax deed will\, Issue thereon. on NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR
A1'Lo AC (For Final IMachnrge)
t 4 N of LRy, except E 66 .
)f. Robblns. of STth day of August.' A. D. 117.
_____________....____ _.. ...( Loughman. Florida the -
l It:. Block P ____UnknownuDIv ._ __-_.___-. __ .. ,- who. on February 1(1. lilt made Homestead . Witness my hand and official seat In re In Conrt of Jdge.Stn .
G.t - <;w. .,Harwell's-. .-" of Blacka I Ir . Entry.-No. OUM4.-for SW% of this, the Kth day..of.July....A.p. 1817.J. <...C.tJ".
T..V- Section 8 II (Seal) Notice ... o
8BK. Township South
Lot 8. Block T _________._..__.__..-_ F A.._-_......._ _..... 2.80-.. Range 17 East, Tallahassee Meridian I OVBRSTREBT. It .
I II) Lot 8, leas W If ft. Block V._ .,.,_ _--aTlllar .____..._.....-__.-.. 670 has filed notice of Intention. to make Clerk Circuit" Court*:, Osceola County may i. r B.late .f .11. ...
W 49 ft of Lot 2. Block V__._..._......_.Harris, Mr. J W__.....-__.-__... fl.M Commutation Proof to establish claim Florida. Sl-t the .. 0-c.'J '
"WH of Lot 4'Block; X._------------Sputter. France _._.__..___?_ 11.46 said '
AH of Block AA..._...........-. .Baas. W C _.....--.._._--.._.._-_.106.4628 final Notc I.I hereby given to al whom'
u U -. Lot 1, Block CC_ ____ _....Z.--Harrl., J W ..._.._._.__.-.-_-___ .66 t Tat: and tate of : It that on the day of
tw' :, W 60 ft of Lot 1,Block DD.._...._.,.Nelson, C.J __........__ .___._. 1'.11' DESCRIPTION!: OF LAVD. Owner. Costs.Kla.l. and t'. :: : : ; September, A. D. Ul. I .bal Judge te
"NH of Lot 1. Block FF1-T___'-_-.._-._Derbyshire., BLot _-..._._.-.____.__ II."6Fogg. '._. RelgbtsLots ( sent the Honorable T of
S;. 1 8 of A C L Ry__________.-_.-...Watson. J W _..._ ___ ... .81 5( and 67.._._-.._.-_.JoKns. Henry. ..........-...... 1.I* .my.. said Court a* Judge of Probate, for
1?,: All of Block S---_____._.____ Tiller, M _._.-_--_._.._.._:.__111..11 Lot .4 *.____.._.._._ -...._....*._._..Gordon. Phillips P'.............. .IIT said Dated. my a* Administrator of I
'. W 140 ft of Block 6 N of A C Lhy..Tlller. I R __.____-_..---.----.--, 1..00 Lot .11 -.-,_?.-1-*-Hunter! .- .17 tie estate of Philip, Mohr, deceased: '
i"" E 70 ft Block S of A C L By_.___._-_Tlller. M -.-.*-. .---.:.-...-..--.-.. 4.1 Lot .IIS _.-.-..?.?..__Mach Bros. .-.............--- 4.'6Jehnvtan St-tmos that at the .a. time I will present -'
'' ,' All of Block 6 9 of A C L Ry except / tH Park to said my final accounts a* ;

.' 7* ft ........_........__....__..._- Franklin __.:._..___..____._...11.1. Lot 4. Block 4-- *-.-Johnson. D O-..._.....-- ........ (..70A Administrator of said estatend. ask ?
. Lilly A J.Y._.'. R*-Sna.niv ef Hlacl R Deneavn's M... aft % .f SEV4 fortheh'approval. > > i
' ;',1,.::: H. S nnd I* af Q. A.drown* Snvdlvtslan. .f SBV4 ad BM SEW.1 SEV4 .* ,Dated March 4th.-117., *
( 'le of A C L Hy BEVi .* ._ 1*. Tp. 3O. H S* III) As! .. .A. E. DROUGHT.

,I'' Lot. 7 to 11 Inc ....-.. .._. P ..._____._.___ '.'1t. Lot 6. mock 4......._-....._._-_Smith. W A-....-....-... ..* It-le-m Administrator.NOTICB .h
N 1-. of Block 1l.r-__.--_-___.-Buue..kK 8 H .__..........--.----Ni4oofBLotk1. _.-.101.26 Lot 7, BlockU.ptatted._..___............utton, B C ............-. ..( ADMINISTRATORf'.

./ ......._.......-_____ D _.___.._.__ ... 21 46 Land Be It or .
.:1 Block"____.. _____.___Barber e1W1Ir-____....._.._ w_. 41.46 8U of NWK of BB14, See 1/. Tp !6. meet ,
'I' Lot 1 less W 60 ft. Block 11.-.-..-___.__.Campbell.. Manson ........._w_... '.11 R tt .. ..................*........Potts, f A--,......_-_.--...-.__ 17.66 That I. Conrt' Jndaro.* tale>, .1 ''t
lea E 100 ft ef N 140 ft. Block 14.._._____.Summer., .Dan ..?__.._____. 19.16 NWU of $W%. 8eo 1.. Tp 26. R t*-Gustus. A W ......_-.___--._._ 14.p( age of c..t n. o',"
IS L Lesley's Addition .. Beg. at SB Cor of NVfc Of Let 2. U B business

555 S Lot12 _._.._...____. ___ .._ .._ McPhattery John ... ___ _, (.11 Survey, runs W SI* ft. N tel ft:, E ber, +
Lot II .__....___-.__.-- _--.. ..Barber. W 1.._..______:_. (..70 (1. ft.: 8 tea ft. Bee 21. TP 16. R l.Maklnson.. Mr. M M......___._. 41.ftSH or .. r Estate ef Del ;. ... 4
' rr Lots 11 and 18_.a;___.______I__.I__Yat... Will ::___.____._ ._ ..8Ii 0 of Lot 2. U 8 Survey,.______-..__Maklnsoa. Mr M M.......__.-._ 41.46 scription -1

Ii Lots 11 to 14 Ino_.__._______.._?._...Harrell. Henry __..:--_______. 10."6 Bear 410ftWofSECNrof8W54ef generic hereby Wfcent ,II
to all
; W LlU,*. Addition NWH; See 18. Tp 16. R 1* run'W : .. they Notice I* riven :
j 110 ft N >ft.! II tit tl 110 ft.,..Curtis ft O''. ...__.._ It concern, that on the 10th day eft
Lots TO to 1.. Block 1._ ,, *.. MeT.aughlln. Will .._a____.., 14.1' 110 ft:. .. the City may
? -- -
Lot. 10 to 11. Block i:_.__--:..:-.....:;_H. 1'1'1-.1 w -.---.-..--..-_ 6.10 Beg410" ft Wand 110 ft N of BE 'eo1' of . Deombr. A. ,. 1917. _I aa.U apply;' .
'y -4 T. M. "
Lot t .- .LtUy, J W Est._..____._ 19.98 runs 4 ofNtlGftnW2104,8110f1.Jl' .Y r ticles. ) "" .4. '
f----------------------- f for kale said Court, a* Judge Prob _. ,<
I'\, ,A.B f See ,S8.. Ta<6 l... at. NMM < 1'fW%. Beg SB Cor of 8WH of NWT, See 18. ' ... .. City of the estate of Delia O.d.' '
''Lots 4 and 8. Block *..__,_ _, __ .Tiller.. M -___...____,__.__ 670 Tp tt. R t*. runs N 110 ft. W 410 br the ed; and that at the' ..
410 i W H Ea&at.'A'T'.... 2A5 to said Court naal
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,1.' Lots 1 and .. Block 4-..-_____--..._ ..-Cody. K W _.?.-.-_---.... I.' 420.ft.- + Administratrix of
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r '. -. 10 10 10 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 I 0 1 0 +0 1 o 10 1 0 1 0 0 I,' I 0 4 c tc i e I < i 1 COUNTY SOLO S !I -' cho" tv:- must i In1' done, not according to ter-1 t 1 - -- ..

WITH I and the ritol')'. but according to population a<-
Notes $ )\ iqb- ,r rnearl I W.C.T.U. COLUMN i i .
# Society : > at possible, and shouTd the!
.. 1! (Continued .", ) : < I commissioners conform( to the i'low;, .

l he mined in ,that t appeal- i the NarcoosseetDeer/ Park district 1
I: Owing to Mrs. Clark's untiring efforts
(Mrs. T. K. Well; Editor.! ) very: desirable", part i (]|rie' im- I would_ be-out of the''-question. I ISanclitj1 and"" the hearty co-operation of ;

it was decided t that !, i Toad in! of an Oath'. 'all ladie-B solteilel it
i Request I it made to all patron of the Valley Gazette to lead items toga and clerk)( { : I .. j ..up ',, ,,:Mr. Carbon. then read that section of last meeting'that, the was.e'a'as a comfort j'

; *f Society EnDIa V the Editor for publication in these colum' 4 two-elections with ( !, : three 1 the law referring, to the question and I bag for all our Kissimmee sol ,,,.
; ing, booths, and ( \( + ? Canoe appealed ,to the commissioners to be ,
diets Our.. Supt. of Soldiers and ;
'.' lowing were : j ) Guy true to the J
sanctity of their official
I G I I I c-+ Door) Park passed oath, and, do their duty regardless of
) .x. ) ( .I I II . . ',' . . . . . , . . .. For Sand.A phnlt I j making Uiy wilier! consideration! :' He said 'a j boys taken will sot n be in the trenches we
,.) 'I'' ':' .. -: \'i Y. K. Nettles ,, :Mr. nuhlie] have 1II<"SPI.(1'ilil'o k the, making ".
\ j I I is p.1blic'tj'ust
:. (f a ; "whelii / II (
": surgical ,
of ,
1lfO\1 PARTVI ": ask
: bandages, as they especially -
TOny! 'EI.IlIn.TE1IIWnLl ) ;, : -\ *:
( I ) ,
MRS t leinl .
Tiwv inspectors( :
.. ; .. i irahiccepts such I.n office it becdnies1111s .
:' : ]] from the 'ali'r'thnt
acros* \\ we
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( ; (..:. :..:.. .:..:..:..:,.:..:-.;".:..:..:.. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:. ,clerk' f : '' 'J mtt-: duty to lay aside! \ e\'l.'l'yoq1er, |In- srnd'theta "soon' co gti-at): ; is the need.) ,
I 1 Dreif Pa'rk 1 ; s lU-rest, thought '' '
.. -'- I every of pOI'sonnlCui") / ", They fa'' simple to no (!<'u"t'Immv
.< H ) ) ( I are niake:, .
u" I ; !1F.\ .C. |lry:iijti'itniiH.'d\ \ about . 11-01'' ... : ,:'aitil. uphold file/ law1'," and lie Bulled!I would'! Uke to a*<,III\. G i, S. :MuliJintr

)Mrs.\ A, ;\*l. "'w" )' entertained\ '
if. )her friends Fi'iday: afti'i-: ': ('mm: !I'nrty: lint Friday! .evening ai < Tracy, inwpvt-tqrs,', ; ,: ') ) .. Hop-: 'l,, justice 'and administer" i if#:.. ,u; has this 1(1 ,say!' .

noon at leer home on Dilliiighaifi/ uv'c-; |i )hc."illume: on JolIm:! lel' sti-iot1 in (101101( jclork.I / ( ( .\11|, i ,I \He IIliid'lI commissioner: } nrepreisentaitivc From.the: e\j'II erJt) >n 'of hvv' niiV-e\ ;Miss"ianibrlle( :Jl'i'dhow' ;) Fred Mass'" .ill'P l i ) .. ) \\ould jl jlI i, of all the citizens of the
Hue between: the hours! of 3 11 | , crfiI' t ion on many thousand wounded'snldiers .
o'clock. ." )if ;Macon G''" : 'he'j.\'U\i\ unl\ "It, is true,*' he""on\.inul.\ ,. ; in 1 Kagland/ ), an'American returned .

Fancy woik occupied, the attention :.: < ) !! novel entertainment." ; At1j the request' Ihnt a \ ; ; r i<*t ",thc aie nominated" bythe( "otl.'tof/ recently, has ticked for. a new t
of the guests nhll( conundrums '
rend l, adding 'an aitmisinG-feat\ { ; ur('.' The'' 'program" ii'-ed 'wutt'fmiUin was lu'll'I 1 1:,thif aUto truck' : sort : to the !I I but. the law provided; ..that they be- War 'Kelief Association ,has ere-. 1!
1 vihI; and! the] < 'lu iIII' ., ,I II whichsalrscriptirn"' \ ; +s ', i I ) : plant elected ,by the Voters of the He
f lln)
surprise of the I'' (h'l'noo'l cim;' *> whf" '. at ( ("1 ' i' county. abed it, and inky for IIM mli \y women
delicious" The !Hoard. granted J: ; $?: ; s'e'resilent
evening : )
a Ire ;
the hostess announced the event v'an I / course wart\ |I any In America all potsfibU1 to make! these
celebrating lief-. birthday" and I also served1; )by, the hoxt-.;'ss'1 uiia'ninVwiis) ;oonHenti J \ ! ween )point an official's a"ti')1mu'j.t\ be .ac bandages( and send them to En IRn"tlh.t
11(01'I I : j (ZLIhe 1 L. \ ,j J' ( line to"l ,cording to his '
I fulliyun ; beat
i i i : ; -judgmcntbut.. inthi.s .
twentyfiflh wedding anniversary. or'to'the llritiuh War; 1 Kelief i Association -
Kach; guest was given 'R'}slip,\ of-',paper. ( :;:(_ H _:H :' :'-HHHH I :" :": ':-::":":-::: I I ."\ ; l ; !' ! : 1 1I'1., to j event,, their sarued' oath' required'' for Mh pilf'fll." '''n*.' S. ;Muilincr .
j some cli lIf( t (> ); Alli- them to conform to the law 'which
on which was;written the name of n {; J.JMall:; "c);1.\1. .;.1.1o riled I ;, Secretary British! War Relief, '
'. : hard could
that the < .unt not be, misconstrued, and I he said d
plant Potted plants correspondingto '' New York. "
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survey the route 1 : for that any officer who
disregarded its
these names were ,prosented l to (" : ) ( J. (
I'I'f'lIch H-I! L. !Sullivan! and Pat ;i ; ; : more mandate, was assuming dangerous This is-the description : Take six-
as favors. strips of unbleached; muslin' other
DcliciouiC homemadeice cream, The members of the Junior Kpworth) I j The creation" ; of Bur position. He suggested that the boun or
I II i Okeochobee )being, Eleven ty's official heavy material, thirty inches long and
census of -1015 .
League enjoyed a social hour at the ( be taken
and l wafers were !served I at the closp! "
four inches
wide. For .
('cHlImiKKloner'V. F to car a basis in this : a' space of'five .
afternoon. I>burigalqw Tuesday evening. The c-ven- !i division, whic)1)
of thin
pleasant -
. .. : ing senger. will no .' t showed the coupty to inches, at the center' overlap each on i
was very pleasantly! passed pliiy- contaip 10,937
<" y; stttb ..u,.' i'j'i.u.!' trII't,s r ; I 4, : ":\11't i nha bi. fasts f' : the other tvvo inches. Make two,rows
]Mrs 4s toryt' guest wercM'rs.'L., : tt 11'itr" q rhrTir+ rriwvrhlgFfh aa" 1rrk u l4i tiMoi; at \ >a)n< the ('ftyeor Klssim-
late) hour .refreshments of sherbet this fact, the .other I I : : \ ""' r .T/'Ifl'M4! ;?: 1 inh'uh'J1 U.ltltlt:' 'Dtafi'Ire Na-1:: : ttFet+tt ti+ttr;.axttrtarrti: +rat ;::!!1\f\1mtt.ffl.\ \ .... : -..::;;::'
Mary Powell Misses
Uarrett, Mrs. A. I' '
| the' Board, together and I he said, included holding them together} the rows being
and cake were served The hostesseswere ; \ much outlyi
Emma and Nettie Powell!, Mrs A. W. l /five. inches apart and the: wiilth,of the
| .. sunk ground 'which
Misses signed would
: Katherine Tiller, Patsie i iMakinson a : likely, raise this
Winn Mm. Jon) R. Bromion, Mrfs U
} lhaXJklr.\ W ) acres to'a total of bandagevejye Jnt;hfs where _\:. ,'IK. ;!
ernor nearl'y'a,000'kiting
Katherine; cKay, Nfllui : i ; ir 8population
:3.1:, Barnes :and baby Margaret"; Mi'". T. t ) ; sti'tcKed. The six ends of each side
Woodall and Frances Vl1ndu I I serve. as prepa- of nearly half the
M. Rivers Mrs. J. J. May\ Mrs. Robert) er. coun will be I loose
ranger f district In this ty, but the proposed division would
Glover, Mrs. A. Cotterman and !small '
CYCLE TEAS NET $66.60 the next election.! result in two districts of approximately !: The use of the' bandage: is to slip
daughter, Elizabeth: and Mrs.I L. V. ;
FOR THE REDtfROSS FUND.1!| S. L. Lupfer, W. : 2,500) inhabitants each or about under a shattered arm or leg, which
'Story. '
I -, j Kithimtn<>e and J. \ at the the number of inhabitants in the present need only to be raised! once to let the

f ,, Several weeks ago a series! of cycle j Campbell Station, after. St. Cloud district, which the census bandage! / go beneath After the dressings
+:' :" ) :" :-HH: =" :":'-:' ':'
f < 0 tats! were started under! the direction I the Hoard, to serve( com- showed to. he 2,080. are placed!, the loose endare '

< FUMCrilEK; CAMI'FIUK: of the entertainment committee of the ,Special Road /) (" ht Senator Carson! suggested! that districts I brought/ over the arm or leg and pinned -

: ,000 'Rod "Cross Chapter and Were designedto A committee ,'\' I N'os. :2 and 3 be left as! they now : into place. In !the usual method a _

J -XHoo': add to the fuh 'of the chapter. simmee board. of i t : of are, and! that the. .last tier of..townshipson rolled bandagei! /is used, which necessitates '

I These. simple' social events proved C. A. Carson E. L. coun the new south county line, the only lifting the limb many times

Mrs\ C. II. Summers entertained the very popular with the Kissimmee ladies ford l, N. C. Bryan the remaining portion of District No. 5/ while dressingvhih causes much

\ members of tho Fulchee Campfire who varied the meetings with peared before the 5. The be added to No. 4. suffering, especially in shell wounds, f

I Tuesday afternoon at her )home? on auto rides, theater parties, etc., but ''i portent subject of and He closed by, urging them to a which damage the limb so terribly. 1t '

,, Church street. It was a ceremonial in each event a ten cent charge was ,I county, which -/ prompt action that the county miR'hthave t am sure that every one who has
ihecting and all of the girls came in made and 'the proceeds! added to the '! Baryon account of took a full representation at the September made surgical dressing will appreciate *

,, their ceremonial dresses. After the fund. The total rel.'ipls'e'e col-1, new county of / discus- meeting, and asked that they what this. dressing means .and '%;

1 \business: was attended, a. social hour lecled by Mrs.. J. Wade Tucker; treas- takes in the be unanimously agreed in upholding that the overlapping strips are dif '
'followed. Dainty refreshments of ice I Mr. Carson the constitutional fercnt from the .
j urer.of'the committee, this week and who law. other arm stump or A
cream and cake were served by the '|I the sum of $(f><>.(50 tiuned over to the |'lof j the committee, &:, be Commissioner Bass voiced the splint bandages made 'by the various '.,'

hostess; Those present, were Misses j i treasurer of the Red -Cross Chapter j I'I I'of' the law creating else to sentiments of the board in saying they committees. .

Lois Overstreet, Lilian Harris, Gladys !'It is evident that Kissimmec ladies went on to say l! and wished to be fair and square-'with the We have decided to )list this, new

I i'; Griffin, Mary Singletary, Muriel 'I, place patriotism before pleasure. Osceola county with entire county, and Commissioner bandage as the "Arm or Leg Many- ..
Frentis, Dorothy Wells and Christie I I missioners' Districts, : Up' Overstreet said they intended to stay tailed Bandage( G. S. MULLINER

Summers. I).MISSIONARY AND EVAXfJEUS-; provides for five. He t action within the law. Commissioner Guy Secretary British War Relief Associ- j "
I II I TIC CAMI'AIGS I: under the ; would said all he wanted was to representthe atlon, New York City, N. Y. (
I .O.OOO OOOO ?C l40'6nO . ,I Rev and Mrs. V. W. Kennedy of,: Florida and the r"'lil.'T I object people! and to. get some roads ... .

I STAG DINNER FOR LIEUT. :|' Tampa, Florida, returned missionaries ',, County : I time mini" in nis. district, anor to get worK Kissimmee City; thence following

l'< JAHlULL..1; from Central America, are in Kis- !!|i be equal in longer done on' those they-already had. lie Main street to Broadway; thence down d'

.. > simmee planning a missionary and I j,andj not according!: : to said he desired to show justice to all, Broadway to Stewart avenue; thence
f, G0009000.' . . _' O'O'OOOC' ,d _"' _' . ..' ."00",4,\ 1'"vAn'I_ --- -;-,"'> la"""" -.l't <"f\''' .:'Io.... .:"..:.'.!..:.:":..':.::..., that the'objeeE' !' O ';(, : \ < { %' .6\1, parts;,ofthe: ;: county'." and asked if, the down Stewartavenuelto;, lake|Tohopt vy; tk'aligaVthenceHhrough'saldIlakeflov'i'1 "11"
'. \ ;'j'h' +::1 an V n.pnu'(alt 1'Ataarwrv'' ;r KTradefwasl)t Jou'' bm''*'I l :';, I } !\ "'" idr rnall/distrJ'"ts.\which' : ;j' now'" existed' ; !\ ''.'If ,
qjlH'I'l'Wi, :( :'. '1 N'l; f foreign mmsnnonary./wor. / ;n ,,, ; 1 ,. '?ll } '{ ' ,
} , ,, 'ot/V"'l-ll.i",,, tf .y.k w\> A bl } N r I :'\\ \ ,
Mr. and'birii'': f :\ Claude. llarper''gnvo! "-'i.hT ie nieeAt i || I ie at r cley..:of"a, i log rd or' hel app (' l ediate' would ride: ; i't"a heproposed'dlatdin ] ,ejioint.., Cii-on the westsrnmargTn's' '!ur h"i- f\ j ,; I ;J

a six o'clockstegidinner'FcTdaevening "(: '' neon'natlarc,4an\ C hTistranl of,, all l de !aGOn_ .! He ,tated; ; h I lOner.. .. and I he was assurpd |that these, ,' where: .;. the enSrtlinerunninSections ; ; ; ). g.."throng,! '. _
nominations i invited and ('enS'U8'ave the city l divisions' had existed for thirty 31 32 '
i at their home in Cape Breeze addition are expected perhaps and 33 runs into; said
in honor of Lieutenant Lee to attend and take active part in theI 4,1: t1 population. ) it was I years and likely were satisfactory. lake.

Jarrell, who it is thought will leave I effort to win souls for Christ. The' to the St. Cloud canal action I Commissioner Bass! proposed form- Commissioners District No !a shall

j soon with his Company for the training I preaching will be plain, earnest and Boggy Creek section Lnta. : inn.. a tfjifttfiff! Iwt-q worm__ __ __ fif__..._ r.lolI.1.1_.__.. ._n. include all fo the balance. the terri-

(camp, j 1 scriptural, and nothing of a fanatical, Shingle Creek, the until Kissimmee, the east lino to he Florida tory included within that district formerly

I An elaborate six-course dinner was 'I sensational or unseemly nature will, the district )being ] of avenue of St. Cloud, extending to Kis known as Commissioners District ) -

served from a daintily appointed.table be countenanced' tion of the county is! l law simmee Park and west to Kissimmee. No.: 1. '

:and the guest spent the ensuing evening *- ;i The meeting will be in a large gospel plan] was to leave J1i
t informally. Plates were laid for: ', tent on the corner of Verona :fl as they are, / trktR. lion. N' C. Bryan reminded them to include all of the territory embraced

I Lieutenant-Jarrell, Mayor J. S. CndelJ, I j street and 1 Clyde' avenue, every (.vt'n.1 1 one tier of townships : dis conform to .the voting precincts and within Commissioners llistijct No. :3.

Dr J. W. Simpson, Gay Livingston, ing at7iO:! o'clock, "beginning Sunday to divide District No. (" )' de other difficult problems arose, the Commissioners I District So. r shall .

J. W. Steed, W. T. Thomas, and ;Nelson \ ;i August the 12th. I I tricts, with a cut plan was abandoned.W. include all of the balance of Osceola: e

Makinson. i| Come and bring your bible, your I I ftialely S.-'jOO: each, the F. Walker made the motion to County.

i I[ friends and dear ones; it may be that begin nt: the brick ; legal I adopt ,the Carson plan of redistricting

Mrs. W. F. Parker and son, Lawrence t they will come to the Saviour.KVANGKL1ST. county .line and run ) [ I : he the county and\, jt was seconded} I by> r-HOTEL DUVAl.JACKSONVILLE 1 I

returned; :Monday from a very j) : : I' street, Broadway .' Commissioner" ftiiv: but the vote tied!, >
l'' pleasant visit in Kansas nue to Lake and! Chait'mAnllIl'h: cast the deciding . .
and .
1 Oppfintt, <* ,p'ontof hot .
1d.. 'souri i. 1\lis'j{| .MKX'S. MKKTIXG:; 'I I, He suggested that / ; lellll vote. The plan whs embodied l in the I.,. ,.J... atom t tab" ".""" ,.rnjiWilt .1' r '
, I I.- ills' W 11 lit tub, hull' fl 1 t .
---- ] ) Wi' !"M'
provisional resolution
: pass it provisional ' was / which wuaJdopte'd. : ;, : ,
Mrs. J. E. rOf'll'y.und! her daughter j At :3 o'cfock I \ \( Hfltl v I Ml*' t iMUMi tI'1 with\ .Lath, I
i Sunday afternoon, lit '' t1 1 fin, and, ,.
two ''i
|the live ( \theme |1' von. n u"" "-.ii 0 '.'
:Miss Emma, of Orlando, flee thopue the Methodist Sunday'sdlool' 1:. ". ,
rooms" j Among the that '41\01:". '''.r, .
t .th of ,i Upon; consideration names Wf.'remo .
George W. Overstreet and Will you meet us theic for a shortservice" ) ; ;
!i family. the Board: ,decided to t wa t /piominently mentioned 1 to fill ,
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Devotional - -
Committee. I ]lar meeting/ until \\' the vacancies on the "board cuus.r r ------- -:- ,

.1\1.. t*__ ( ( +hv._ \'Iiminnf.inn_ _;__mn or Cnnni..innawalkrr's ..n.n.........." ..
/ district i are K. r.. Lesley! and! J !

t !', .1. K. Milliard.The. .

ii. ) di- provisional, resolution follows: \ (

0 / pos Provisional Reeujution) 1
'j S ']
.is Whereas, the Legislature] of the

n!: | State of Florida at its last regular] .
Young Business MenEery run- !|, session'passed an act providing for '

,..... ")I the creation of OReechobee county, to I1eb r I ::

east : be composed partly of Osceola< county r

at provided such act was-ratified! by a 9 ri

+= of vote of the people cast at an electionto
."".'I"" 'r E\ery young who .. .. man a account and maintains it, is line to be held] On the 7th day of August,

I ,,- doing something that will surely; raise his standing in the community i I HIliand -
/' Whereas, the vote cast at such diction ISN'T IT NICE '
t I and will.llOw'that he i it "making good." : the in in favor of creating, such county /) ,

dis- I it is necessary to redistrict O.sceolapounty. to be thirsty when you cnn cool .

1s / This institution offers you safely service and secrecy. and invites , your parched throat with a hiA':1 ;

you to open.. an accounthere., Now, therefore,, beit_ resolved that glass of our \ice cold soda, flavored
I the 1
por territory remaining in Osceola
II t 0 any way you like. If you haven'ttried
t The officers of this institution are able:, experienced: : men, and incite it county shall be divided into Commissioners soda :
3 _, Districts as follows: our yet, you do not .,'

I t you to submit your financial problems: with.. the assurance. that t they )', Commissioners; District No. 2 shall know how much deliciousness can '.

4 1 will receive our most careful consideration, at all 1- times. remain unchanger except as to number be contained in a single glass. It .. ;

and such District 'shall be here-, is a perfect cure for BUmmer discomfort -
M_ One after known as District No. 1. t

Commissioners District No. 2 shall ,
4TTI"'CU .
include all of that territory lying be .

I CITIZENS BANK said, tween'' the western boundary of District .

to No.1 and beginning at the Orange Palace Drug Store

OF KISSIMMEE tounty' line where such line is
: the intersected by the Dixie Highway to OtU Sttrems, Mgr.

: the corporate limits of the town .'
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