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 24, 1917
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00817
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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: AUDIT OF CITY CANNING OIL CLUB STOVES,-NOTES FOR' SCHOOLS- JUDGE SPEER NATIONAL. TO LIVESTOCK BE-IN JACKSONVILLE CO. ASKS ,KNITTED


For some tlmo Miss Albina Smith Incorporation papers are being filed

county agent for the home extension with Secretary of the Statue of
BOOKS MAKES SAYSDRAFT IS WOOLENS FOR
wor kof Osceola county has been inspired Florida and In' the very near 'future
the National Live Stock .Commission
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with the idea that domestic .
Company will open its offices at the
science could ba successfully incorporated Interstate Stock Yards ;Jacksonville .n
FINE SHOWING CONSTITUTALHolds SOLDIER BOYS .
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f ", fa the regular work of the rural Fla. The Intention.' ) of this new company ..

schools.! This season will see the are to conduct a general livestock
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-- 'testing-out of the plan in A practicalway commission' business for'the sale .

'.aCITY'S... ASSETS OVER FOUR HUN. as four of the schools in the St. That Soldiers Are Not Held In of cattle hogs and sheep and to.carryon OSCEOLA COUNTY CHAPTER RED
Cloud district have been with a cattle loan business. '
'i.. DRED THOUSAND DOLLARS-: provided 'J : CROSS ASKED TO CONTRIBUTE
.'. .. shining two. burner i pit stoves with Servitude The advent of this company into
:'I BOOKS ACCURATELY KEPT ovens for the use of the classes and. Involuntary Contrary the live stock field will undoubtedly 400 SWEATERS, 400 MUfFLERS -

.,. 'AND FINANCIAL AFFAIRS IN other schools have signified their Intention i to The XIV Amendment. be hailed'with delight by the business 400 WRISTLETS AND 400 PAIRS;
of following the example later' interests of Jacksonville by stockmen
OF SOCKS.The .
11. MOST HEALTHY CONDITION. in the season. generally in territory tribu ry:

i.'.... 'WO The districts taking the lead in the MOUNT AIRY', Ga., Aug. 20-Fed,1 .Answering the contention of the petitioner In entering the business with the market .0.-
innovation the Alligator Lake eral) District Judge Speer held the selective that by the common l.w. it lit its Infancy considerable Impetus following communication: has
\, ti In: another column of this issue we school, Pleasant Valley and Finney draft law constitutional: in .a was'*their right ,to remain "remain will be given the Inter-State been'received by Mayor, John S. Cadef,
i t+ publish a condensed report .of the Point. The stoves and equipment have decision here today., Decision was within the realm" and that this right Yards by the inauguration of the bringing a suggestion ,of the pitiful
;Standard Audit Co., of Tampa, which been purchased through the subdistrict rendered on application for writs of, should be held to'relieve them' from National Company. condition which exist among our al.. \ r

-company' through its manager, W. E.Splere fund. Center Park school was habeas.corpue: for Albert .Jones and. military service beyond the borders of The National Live Stock Commission lie And asking the Immediate assistance

has just completed an'exhaustive given.-stove last year by the Standard ' John Story held in Richmond,county, the United State., Judge Spear said ,Company, while a Florida .corporation of the KiMimmoo p plo. The. "
and searching audit of the affaire Oil Company, making one more Georgia; jail, charged with violatingthe I tHe common law could not prevail is affiliated with its. parent telegram reads *
of this city extending over the for the county.. law; and was presented by Thomas against tho explicit provision.ot an act corporation, the National Live Stock Atlanta Ga.. Aug.. 15, 1917.. JohnS.
'period from' Sept. lat, 1912 to March The teacher of the school and ,the E. Watson. Watson contended that of'Congresswhich was empowered bye Commission Company of St. Louis .. Cadel l, Chairman Red Cross Chap.

...- ",'_._'sir 81st, 1917. open 'i .co:1Dtdr.ageatpropo5e\ .3a-user, ..the the, .law,lam, o.n.tr.arentJ.on..D the in. '' S4astltutian.f, aaise, nd: +auRp. ,wMch! is_lac.te i.atvf1Ugnel,,,,,tgclf tart Citixens,I BankKtanmee[ .1f1",_ ..
company'also d KewTietof -"-- "' '"
-; : stoves jointly for cooking lessons and voluntary servitude amendment: armies.t lie declared this powewas Yards'; Illinois, directIjr""acroY"; the Red Cross"has "neginf'call fioei

cooks for keeping the records. of canning demonstrationandjif: all goes; Judge! Speer left for Fall-Held '!f, not restricted in any manner and thatlvongre6e rlyer.Crom: St.. Louis, Mo. Major Grayon Murphy tat enormous
...'.'- .'the.. -city, of which the report ,says,: well the'aspirants for culinary honors C.., where it I Ie expected ho will decide may summon to Its trmy*every As t* ,the personnel of," the"" hew quantity knitted .woolen article: l
The new boob'will, If properly may prepare one hot dish for the noon whether or not the "Jeffcrsonian" a citizen of the United.States. company, the best talent, the most experienced Cablegram from Major Murpby'fol-
_, handled] show the condition' the day lunch for the school during the magazine published by Watson, shall Admitting that no express power that i* ,to be had from the lowE: "Last winter troke record for-
city's' accounts and funds at all times, term. be allowed In:the.mails.. It has been was given to send armies beyond the ranks of Jacksonville and from the cold and misery among people her;

: and'in this tray''will put it on a"par The plan*includes a part for the denied admission by the postmaster at sep, he' said that there wan no express National Stbck Yards, will be in ac. inexpressible dread coming winter j
with, banks, or on banking basis. boys" who will be encouraged to do i Thomson Ga., the place of publication power to enact the criminal laws. of tire, daily charge of the business anda finding us without) supplies to ,meek
\' The audit places the available assets their bit by raising.gaf\len.\ t; theirhomes : because it contained what bad the United States, build the Panama thirty-year record, of honestly, efficiency situation! urge 'you on behalf.of our'
of the city at ,62527.83, and the to help supply the good things been charged to bo seditious ,utter, Canal 1 or purchase Alaska. and square :ealing ,of the soldier* and those of our allies who '
fixed, assets consisting of lands, to be cooked. ancell.L' "This' has,all been.dono." he. said, parent company: will be the. guiding will suffer in their, frozen trenches

,.. .. buildings, and equipment at $421,000, The importance of teaching girls Judge Speer; in denying the writs, "under the great power, -promote- spirit and principle of the ,new Florida and also thousand of French and
making total of ,48352783. The
a to properly cook nourishing foods and declared that to agree to the contention the general welfare, juot as the selec--' concern. ._ Belgianl; refuceea'end repatriates
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: total liabilities, including current: accounts to impress upon the minds of boys that.the selective draft ]law, contravenes tlve army will be creted under' the I. being returned through Switzerland
\ bonded debt, and accrued bond their resvonsibllity in providing these the thirtoenth amendment law here' assailed 'to provide; for the Suwanrtoe County: Farmers here to France, every one here,, look* to .
Interest 1* placed at 14910115.' This foods cannot be too highly, estimated, would be to conclude'that the soldieris common defenses and beyond and are generally, Interested'in getting a !. America; begin chipping at once one
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) leaves a general surplus of ..iets and should the plan be carried out to a slave.] aboveall,. is the inherent power of supply of heifer from Texas. If they million fire ,hundred thousand each of
i r:,s over liabilities of. $234,426.68. its completion the result will be far Nothing could bo more abhorrentto every nation owevor, organized, to could see the cattle Before buying I warm knitted woolen article. already
4 The auditor was particularly complimentary reaching.' the truth" said 'Judge Speer utilize its every man and its every them, a hundred or more could: ] be requested;; they must come: before '.
,'e to City Clerk ;J.: R., Gilbert ,jTEXT' "nothing more degrading to .that-In energy to defend its liberty and to placed.in-this. county. cold weather and In view of shortageof

:f ''' stating that he had never audit. dispensable and gallant body of citizens defeat the migration to its soil of fuel and other discomforts they
ed a more accurately kept set of'book. BOOKS SELECTEDFOR will be of increasable value'In both in
trained in arms, to whose manhood mighty nations of ferocious warriors
:'In. all his experience. skill and -courage I Is and must whose barbarous (Inhumanity for three OSCEOLA INDUSTRIES military and civilian work. 'SIg.;Ned

_c 'GOOD.SUGGESTIONS' FLA. HIGH SCHOOLSWhen bo committed 'the task of* maintaining years has 'surpassed all others. since Murphy." Your chapter asked to.
the very' existence of- the nation tho death of AtilU, tho scourge of DRAFTED FOR FED'L F USEIsolated furnish benefit number of their' requirement. ,
THE AUTOMOBILE.. TOURIST -. .. and all that its people hold dear." God.* Your allotment I. ,404

.' The automobile-tourist who Insists the l fall 'term,of school open ,- sweaters 400 mufflers 400 wristlets
400 of socks. Full'Inatructbns i
pairs .
upon traveling in absolute comfort the youth of Florida will enjoy 'the :
'is
,- Invariably"carries.in'his ear amore or privileges state wide uniformity of OrlandoSoldiers'I\' Beat as Florida from other follow In two days ask,your memierr..
states it, has been difficult for finish all work .
f' less this knitting : now on'hand
complete kit; of repairing equip. text books for the first time. ,
ment with which hi. tires and tubes The list of books for use in .the section to realise that our country: is and clear decks for1 action we.waat (i

1 may be fixed up in time of emergency. high -schools for the next five years Boys of Company B. now at war but the realization! was every chapter'to have chance to do its

A box of patches a blow-out boot, has been selected by the state ''text ... brought closer this week when .the part in making good this call for help'from

,and a few: valve insides do not occupy : book commission. The last. legislature -.... --, -. lumber>mills in this vicinity were France;. Chapter chairman;requested .
great deal of apace but there are.oeca.ionaUy decreed, that the grades -below and' i commandeered for Federal service. place copy foregoing part of
' times when they prove the high school should continue for A retum"lram.. between Company C Tiller Kisslmmee". began' to .come. Last week J. Wade Tucker was this message including''' .caWegraW:
of immense value. two years longer,',those which' have of Orlando 'a'nd Company B'of;;Kissimmee I back. ../ , ': notified to appear at Jacksonville to from Major M.UI'JI6y.'wltb.aU. ,: stews.'
W In played the local Good'work on the part of the batteries with papers with request to give.ful1.. put):.,
r discueeingthis point the service been in u.e'for the past six years. on diamond meet a special government official
manager of the Flsk Rubber Company The personnel of the commission Thursday afternoon, was well of both teams held-the'players ] who represented the emergency licity to this first call then get knit*>.
points out away' in which. motorist included the 'governor, sectretary.''of attended and I to second bases only in the fourth fleet building corporation. About ting committee together and line ,
who is careful to keep his sundry kit state 'attorney general comptroller, nearly $40 were fifth and sixth' 1 innings.,. Speedy Alvey' twenty-five of the large lumber concerns them up' for rush job. Guy E. Snive- {A.
realized. Spectators and players were threatened in the sixth when he placed Director Southern division
ly, American
kell: stocked, effects a considerable commissioners of agriculture state of Florida were present and offered
out for a. good time, and what the a ball the fence but his Red'
: : over number Cross.,
saving his He superintendent their services
on tire-expense. says, and treasurer. to the nation. To.
that "slow leaks," one of,the most exasperating Acting under the direction of this game lacked in technic was made up was called when he tried- to steal quote Mr. Tucker, "We knew what. In connection with this message to Yt '
:. in the enthusiasm. A fair representation home. the Red Cross Chapter here Mr.Snavely .
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difficulties .
which the motorist commission was a sub-commission was coming so wo tendered our serv (
of Orlando 'rooters" were present In the seventh the, good work of has sent these .'
helpful
'- can encounter, is more often composed of county superintendents, ices. These were promptly accepted suggestions
re- due to an imperfect valve Inside than principals of' schools, county agents and the interchange 'of roasts Kissimmee's battery backed by Car and the representatives were notified :

.: to any other cause. and grade teachers, all eminent educators was general. son's first base support, checked Or that from this time forth government To Chapter Chairmen'1 i
,..: The simple] and sure remedy for of the state. The first inning looked 'favorable ]lando's men at first When Kissimmee -. orders must have precedence over all ,An appeal has -come to the Amerl
such trouble Is to valve for the locals, when McAllister worked went to bat in this inning Ro- others in fact can Red Cross from Major Grayson
: .,, supply a new Prof. R. M. Evans, principal of no other lumber can
Vie", inside which can be accomplished easily Osceola county schools and the city his way to third' and stole home, gero touched, .a ball.for two bases, be sawed till government work, is. disposed Murphy, Red,Cross Commissioner for
a'.., and quickly, thus remedying the schools of Kissimmcey was a. prominent giving Kissimmee first score. then completed the homer on a fumbleof of, Europe for 1,500,000 knitted sets, to
t entire-cause. A well'furnished In the,.second, Pitcher McAllisterheld Orlando's fielders. Early call on' the Chapters throughout, .'
next week
; sundry member of this bedy, and it is a t a regular schedule
V,':. kit is sue to include several flattering evidence of his good judge Orlando in check so,well that no The) eighth Inning was marked by fulljspeciflcations will be received United States for the production of
., small articles of tire equipment ment and discriminating choice. that man passed the third bag. Jackson good work' of the batteries of both i when the great milling interests of these articles. To simplify the'knit

9 fi' which are bound to result in a savingto fully fifty per cent. of the high schoolbooks for Orlando, did equally as'good work teams and the"-game was called on'account the state will ba actively: engaged in ting as much as possible, we now have

t., : the motorist.in both. patience and in use in our schools now are' and one the game went to the third with. of the ]lateness of the'hour, witha \h. WlI'.prOl'l'am. I in the printer's hands a new and complete F
score in favor of Kissimmee. score of eightto two in favor of manual of
J' money. Included tho new official list. The ,saw mills conscripted at 'this instructions for make.
: This inning was fatal for the locals.] C.
Company the
several
Ing articles
required.
time
It was the duty'of the sub-commis were the cypress intere.tof ?
;; HOSPITAL SUPPLIES MADE sion to examine all text books submitted Every ball was Orlando's, and their The,line-up follows: Florida, the plna- industries having: The Red Cross Supply Bifreao is i
for hard hitting kept* Company B busy McAllister and Tiller, been commandeered time arranging for a, large supply of yarn ;
,AT RED CROSS HEADQUARTERS their inspection and to some ago. I
balls
from
.make' final report to the commission. gathering in the the adjoining pitchers; Rdgero, catcher; Carson 1st The mill representatives meeting at I and knitting needles to meet the ret
., On Wednesday afternoon active So thoroughly did they perform their field, while the opponents base; Alvey,'2d base; Prather, 3rd Jacksonville were assured that they ; quirements of Chapters.: Within the
work Individual romped home with a score of five base; Newton, rightfield; 'Harwell, next two week to have th.
j'Ii on hospital:supplies that over.80 per cent of treir reccom- will receive remuneration for their we expeet
-yfna.begun at_the.Red Cross headquarters mendation were accepted by the com Pitcher________McAllister u". was ,_relieved. by center; Dupont,leftfield! \ :work and a fair schedule of prices will knitting circular ready for diatribe
in the Casino building with mission. -.- -- be arranged at theearliest possible tion 'to the Chapters and large"'shipments .

Mrs..S. H.. Bullock, Sr., in charge. One provision of the text book law GOV. CATTS ISSUESA 1 "VERIFIED" BRICK "CROUCHED" date. of yarn will be coming into the
;.;-- Mrs. .N. O. Bryan chairman: of the is a requirement that publishers supply '.LABOIt DAY "PROC." i Mr. ',Tucker represented the- Everglade .' various branch ..upply'hoUMr Desperate
buying and cutting .committee, was the ,books to all -.choole 'at'the ; -,: They're going'. -to build some roadsup ] Cypress Company and. the need will :exist for these articles'among ' '
: pr..ent'an 'ten members of the chap same price the lowest' rate sold any Gov. Catts has issued a Labor Day in..O. eola rounty, and the question Tucker Brick Company'. mill, both the soldier and civil population *

.' ter. Sewing machines,had been donated where in'the United 'States. which proclamation, using the following of material. being up for discussion stationed at Loughman. of France and our other allies "

y: by Mrs.. Ross .Graves. Mrs; C. H. will Insure cheaper books. A fair phraseology: one old brother insists that before we can get these articles made.
', Summers,.Mrs. Eugene Bryan and BARBECUE DINNER AT EDGE. To expidite the'completion of the
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exchange price will be for the
paid Now, therefore, I, Sidney J.. Catts nothing be used by "verified" brick -
'. )In. Clay'Johnson. These were"al- books previous ,WATER FARMSFOR, CO.. B work, we should like to have you start
>\' ready in the rooms'and were kept At the expiration use.of the next.two governor of the state of Florida,.by and that'these should,be thoroughly ..........:.-. 1\\ . at once* and without waiting'for'the-- ;

busy during the afternoon. yeah the commission Will'select an virtue: of the authority vested in me "grouched." AVe ,can: perhaps, be Company B combined'business with new, knitting manual- prepare for t ''

f: On Thursday Baptist ',day Mrs. official .list of books for the grades : by law, do hereby proclaim .Labor helpful l as to 'the latter,requirement. pleasure Wednesday when they the work,'and we suggest the following

ROB Graves was) in ,charge with'a below the high school when not more I' Day, Monday, September 8, 1917, asa There is enough road grouch down hiked out'to Edgewator .Farm and :
working force,.and today, Christian than fifty per cent of theM ''now ,in special day of far and here to grouch'' all the roads Osceola were rewarded by a, barbecue: dinner 1. 'Form' in your Chapter a,Committee
jay, Mrs. S. B. Aultman is in charge use will be changed.,11, ( prayer peace will ever build. .Doubtless, though, provided! by K. .McPherson, manager on knitting. .
.and Saturday Mrs P..K. Weaver 'will ... )i.TEACHERS' request all, churches and the organj- O.ceola'-- capable of, producing her there. 2. Mobilise a! available ,knitters'. ?t '
direct the work when.the Kissimmeeclub EXAMINATION tatlons of Christian.men and women, own%grouch 'or grouchesWLakelandTelegram. The company followed the road .. in your Chapter, Branches and Auxiliaries

women are asked to volunteer regardless,, of nationality or. policies .- s, far as Dr. Hyatt' farm then took 'so that when th.. knIWug'Y j"r
for .enl e. _. 'The'teachen' examination for county : who believe God answers prayer: to across country making fifteen miles manual! .It .received every one who'CIJI,
,to rjfc., This .department' is In argent needs certificates will be held at the join with them in observing September Clay. County: The largest quantity in all. The barbecue dinner was prepared knit'will .be prepared to "start work.
;' :7-of.old garments,.counterpanes, Turk. court')hons ,.Kissimmee FUu, begin'-: '8rdnlT,' Labor Day 'ass day of potato seed Irt the history of,the for the evening meal and it Is Immediately ,
ish toweling,,etc. ,Any: one who could ning at 8:80 a.'m., Tuesday. ,September of fasting and prayer that I: God would business in this- county: i b being contracted safe to say the boys did ample.Justiceto 4 ,8, Make' It clear we seek the aid, '

',,' supply these articles is asked to phone 11th, 1917... All those who desire bring peace, to the-wsrring. nation.. for the; coming year.' A great Mr., McRherson's h tpltalit,. in this big undertaking of all knitter,
.:,.. *;' ',Mr.. 3.i Wade Tucker, who will 'call to take the examination are 'requestedto I MM .HBMMMMM.MHVMMBM deal of hew;land is being opened and. The, company: returned to their whether they are members of the. Bed {
'*'at the homes.for, them bring pen;ink,'cap Paper, a fee of Wakolla County:' Hog, cholera''U new' settlers are coming in. One camp) /Thursday 'morning reaching Cross or not -
4'' i one dollar and a certificate of'good' being checked where the serum.treatment : farm has bought modern binder andare.cuttingand i l sere at 8 o'clock.They, mad. the d... 4. .A group of persons] quall.JIGhistruct '.,' )'

,. -I Arthur Green, traveling representativeof moral'' character: signed by/two' per* 'fa.administered... Sopchoppy, is ; shocking thousand I tance'' in regulation .marching time,, in, knitting 'would be a:great-; i,.. ,
or' the Virginia Paper,Co.,.:of'Rlchmdnd sons.- ;Examinees moat: 'be' proinptJytflrM. to,.bar* the:'dr$ dipping vat.to,the acre*'of sorer They bar also Installed that Is tw.'and.one-half miles in fifty help. to the committee. vAs .+ .

.:/': ,' was in JC lunm.'je.te *n C..E.TOWELIy863t county:'orders"having. been' placed for 4 shredder preparatory to shredding .I minutes. '; with- ten, minute allowed for soo;a.:.we:Uarn-what; ,propoeCoatlaod ;
business. : \.'County Supt the material;; and baling this ratw.
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SPECIAL ST. LOUIS REPORT LIVE STOCK OF THE MARKET HOOKWORM MANY CAUSE MEN'S INEFFICIENCY OF GREAT CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS ? .NOI! STOP 1


St. Cloud DepartmentNEWS i I. ,

National Stock Yards. Ills. August A disease that must. be eradicatedor

14, 1917.-Today's: receipts: Cattle, I reduced to the minimum In Floridais MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES

4500; hogs, 6000; sheep 4500. hookworms. Right at this particular II
AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN ..
CATTLE: Market still continues on time, -whe nthe military 'strength ,c'

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT the active piano established last nf the country must be increased and Here's my guaranty-Oo to any c rt1ff:7'' :

1 e .I week the trade being? saticfactoryfrom the demand for physically efficient "Dodson'i liver To.." 1 Is Harmless To store and get a80 cent bottle, of Dodnn's I'''

f start to finish. In fact Liver lone. Take a spoonful and Y
steer men is greatest, this most insidiously Cleat Yasr Slugglsk UY8I'lid
Mrs. Charles Goodrich expects to and after dainty refreshments were if it doean't straighten you right' up j
? cattle of all classes show an advanceof | harmful malady presents a factor, fine and vigorous I >?
'leave on Saturday morning to visit served, the club adjourned to meetIn Bowels.tTgfcl and make you teal

friends in Jacksonville for a few days two weeks with Mrs.' Della Sagein 15c to 25c per cwt, while mixed :with which the State Board of, Health want you to go, back to the store sadcot '..

grades are selling steady to strong.: I must reckon, and, through Calomel makes you sick. It's your money. Dodaon's Liver Tone :t t'A
and then goes to Osceola, Ark., for Doop's Addition. coypera.tlon dent roving. the sala of calomel 'because
d.01 the dangerous
The question of supply and demand is of the people from the ,horrible I lake
the winter. Uncle Josh Ferguson was a business remove drug tonight and tomorrow you may lose jt is .al"hver medici! entirety vegetable F

Mr., and ;Mrs. Wesley Coppock, caller a tKissimmee on Wednes-. theruling: factor,at this time, and withno bodies of the boys and girls that they a day'.rk.. therefore It can not!' salivate or.

over-supplies that good market we to and ,, auck! lT r make sick. }
:MIsses Anna and Louise Hoppe and day. ' may grow manhood womanhood Calomel, is mercury or you ,;
of the bonea. I that one spoonful of Dodson' -
have been predicting: will eventually prepared to shoulder the which causes necrosis guarantee
Wittie May motored to"Klsalmm e on Mrs. L. W. Hoffman and little materialize responsibilities Calomel, when it comes into contact Liver Tone will put your sluggish

Monday. daughter Minnie Lee, came Saturday (Changing national conditions with sour bile crashes Into lt< breaking liver to work and clean your bowels of i

Mac Arrowsmith, our former assis- evening from Petersburg, Va.,',and QUQTATIONS': Good to choice will place upon them. it up. This I.'when you feel that awful that sour bile and "constipated waato "'*.
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grass steers $8 to $9.25; common to Hookworm i is one of the most common nausea, and cramping. If you are sluggish which is clogging your system and making >
taut)) postmaster, has a fine position in are stopping at the, hotel with! Mr. and "all knocked out," if your you feel mi rabl I I guarantee tnaS ** I
Tampa at the Western Union Telegraph Hoffman.J. medium' $6.50 to $7; fat cows, $7.50 :yet most easily prevented diseases liver Is torpid and bowels constipatedor a twttle of Dodson's Liver Tone will I

Office M. Huffman went to Davenport, to $8X0; medium, $6.50 to $7.50;; prevalent in Florida. The your have headache, dictifieM, _ted keep your entire family feeling fine for 3

cutters, $5.75 to $6.25; canners, $5.50to human suffering and economic waste tongue, if breath is bad or stomach sour, months Give it to your children. It U .* j
Miss :Myda Whimpey, who boughtthe Fla.. on Monday to visit with friends like ita
and
Dodaon'sLiver
of banuleM barmlMs doesn't gripe they J Jpleaaaat
spoonful ;
$5.75; yearlings, $5.50 to $6; heretics caused by it is entirely out of propor just try
boathouse Ohio avenue!, is and relatives. taste, **
on ; Tona"toelght'on my guarantee. %. -- ,
:making some extensive repairs. Mrs., E. Schofield Is back from the $6,to $7; veals, $9 to $12; heavy, lion to its apparent death rate. Ills -- ]

bulls $7 to $7.50 light bulls mental and moral weak-
to accredited to
; $6
'Messrs. F.' Mosher and Roy Van North and has opened her restaurantin I COMPARISON OF CORN SILAGE when fed. :Ij
Sundayof the Farria and Is $6.50; good to choice stockers and nurses are known to be caused by ,this is' not feed for v,dairy'
Denberg were the guests on building serving I AND SILAGE Silage a new
feeders, $7.25 to $8; and common to idicease and can be cured with its SWEET POTATO
:Mr. Robert Gibbs at Tampa. i nice meals at thirty cents. cows, but very few feeding experiments -
medium $6.25 to 7. John A. Ferrell of the FOR MILK PRODUCTION
As' Dr ,
cure.
with
conducted
Mrs.
been
: W. II; leave
The Lake Shore Club have screen- veer will this have

ed their pavilion and are going to week for Johnson City and from thereon HOGS: Market still on the upyard, Rockefeller: : Sanitary..' Commission, -M Scott sweet potato silage. ,
By John ,
paint and make other improvements. to California. trend, today's, top being $17.80, the aptly says!: Those who grow sweet"potatoes for "
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Mr, Charles Johnson will move ,his Mr. ,M.. M. Stewart, who has been highest record yet made. Today'strade "lh crnji'-atlci. is one of tho most 'That corn silage and sweet-potato feeding purposes will find that there

family from Sanford to St. Cloud, the bookkeeper in our bank here, 15c to 20c higher than yester' important and pressing proglems before silage are of about equal value in the is little or no loss 'in storage when

where he will be,engaged in carpenter leaves on Saturday to fill the position day's closing, prices on best hogs. the people of the' southern half dairy ration has been determined bya they are. put in the' silo.
Good weight pigs shared in the ad- of"the u'nlted'States and of other I
work. of receiving teller in a bank at Rich recent test; at the Florida Agricul- :
vance, but light pigs were rather semi-tropical! lands. Moreover, the AND PIN
CLIP THIS
Miss Margaret McGill went to mond, Va. tural Experiment Station. The test, .
slow sale and only steady. Choice which has been made in recent ON WIFE'S DRESSER
progress'
.Jacksonville( \ on Monday last, where Miss Gillie Saylor who has spent which began February 22 and closed ,
hogs, 180 )lba..up $17.50 mixed hogs completely, demonstrates I -
.*r-- -.-_' ,haa,, .II.nnaitinn. Shp8Crem. ... .the, p ant year in St.: Cloud[, 1 left' onMondayI'for ; years May. 8, 1917, was devided Into tout. kor.h'whrivai l.,' '
panied;' as' far'as'Kisslmmee'by) Maun:: h'er'1 nome""ai"*'Gras'fdfd,* i llb. ; #, As9AlRitsf ilasdi ltNfa lt,\.. liat4rl9fpAhFiOif.ll: F ttmlY m"8y;"' ':H:1"'rh; ., Qncl4nt3asalAr. #, corns !fr;epl iavfdAeil'kd'Iliey.l :;:. :;; i"'
., $15.25 to 90 of human and of industrial up
pigs, $16.75; to 115- happiness ;:
111. lift off( with 1 Rogers.Ouch .
ice Johnson. four days between periods for the
lbo, pigs, $12.75 to $15.25-; peewees s, $9 efficiency, attendant on stamping out -
Everett Miss Marie Brack of Cincinnati
Mesers. Maurice Johnson and 0., purpose of changing feeds.
to $11; best rought hogs, $16.25 to the disease, and also the complete I 7 ? I 1 This kind of rough
Barlow and Mrs. Harry John- is visiting her friends, Misses Anna Fourteen cows, divided into two
$16.50, and half fat roughs, $11 to' adequacy in stamping it, out, of per talk will be heard less here in town if 1
1 eon and Mrs. William Johnson motored and Louise Hoppe, for a short time. lots of seven cows each, were used in people troubled with corns nrill follow1'
i fectly simple precautions prescribedby
k to Klssimmee on Sunday last to attend Mr. and Mrs. A. D.' Harman and $13.SHEEP the test. During the first period each the simple advice of this Cincinnati
rules of health and
This
: trade is also advancing the primary
the band concert. They were accompanied daughter, Marion, who have been cow in lot 1 was given the following, authority, who' claimes that a few
right along, lambs scoring an even of common decency, of called freezone when
drops a drug
k' home by Charles Johnson vending the summer at Greensburg, daily ration: Wheat bran 7.5 pounds, .
advance of SOc per cwt. comparedwith Continuing, Dr. Ferrell refers to applied to a tender aching corn or .J i
of Sanford., Pa., arrived home on Friday morn- cottonseed meal 2.5 pounds and corn
hardened callus soreness at one '
yesterday, while) sheep 'sold actively the effect of hookworm upon the victim stops
Miss Eva Savage was the guest on ing and report they' weather very warm silage 14 pounds. In lot 2 each cow and soon the corn or callus dries up, 1'
follows
and Good to choice
strong. as
Y. Tuesday afternoon of Miss Ponce. in the North. hookworm received- dally: Wheat bran 7.5 and !tits right out without pain.
lambs $15 to $15.30 medium to For generations disease
,
Airs. Mary Johnson and sister; Mrs. M. P. Doughty called on some ; pounds, cottonseed meal 2.5 pounds, He says freezone dries Immediatelyand
good, $14.50 to $15; common to med- has been insidiously spreading unrecognized never inflames or even Irritates ,;
Gladys Saunders, are ,the new telephone of her friends of the West Side, and and sweet-potato silage lOpounds.
skin. A small bottle .
ium, $13.50 to $14.25; culls $10 to and unchecked over the the surrounding
: operators here. enjoyed a ,pleasant afternoon on During the second period the feeds of freezone will cost very little at any i
of mild
$11 fat sheep, $9 bucks and choppers countries the globe having a
; ;
Mr. Bartlett and John J. Johnston Thursday.Mr. were reversed, that is, the cows in lot drug store but will positively remove 1
$6.50 to $7( and canners $4.50. Prospects climate. Its victims numbering many
,
i.. motored, to Daytona Beach on Tues W. G. King Is very sick at his lio 1 were given the feeds that lot 2 had every hard or soft corn or callus from +
are for a light run the balanceof millions, have through centuries, one's feet. Millions of American f
their families home after home' Massachusetts received those in lot 2
to
day bring on avenue. and were given
the week and a good strong mar- doubt, been hosts to the small blood women will welcome this announce 1
laving spent a week at the beach: Mr. and Mrs. O. B,Dalby, who are ket. sucking intestinal parasites which the feeds that lot 1 had received in the ment since the inauguration of the'' 1

so The Golden Rule Girls gave a box visiting friends and relatives at Pitts- first period. During the third period high heels. If your druggist doesn't "
NATIONAL LIVE STOCK COMMISSION causes the disease. Their strength
: social at the annex on Friday evening burg, Pa., are expected home in the lowered each lot was ,fed as in the first period, have freezone tell him to "Order. f\
has been sapped their
,
COMPANY.Mr. vitality
,;: The evening passed pleasantly, near future. their physical and intellectual and during the fourth period the ration small bottle for you. a

and about $16 was taken in which will Mrs. Z. Barager, who has been for and Mrs. James Johnson and was the same as that'given in the j
"stunted. have been '
growth They mastered < Little, Oliver, son of Mr. and Mr*.
be used by the girls in a good cause. the past two months with friends In second period. ,
Mrs. J, 1J. Reese, who have been in war, commerce and industryby Marion Carson, has beencritically ill
p Mr. Paul and friends Michigan arrived home last ThUrsday Price of Feeds
Northrop spending the past few days at Daytona the, more hearty,, people of colder ta 'their home on Clyde avenue, butts i
d: gave a party on Saturday evening at evening. Beach and The feeds used in this experimentwere
spent the day in the city latitudes the north. The social now improving rapidly.

1 the home of Miss Iva Marshall' on Miss M. Selicia Gray, who has with :Mrs. Reese's son, Mr. J. B. economical importance of the disease charged at the following prices: I ,

New York avenue' in honor of J. M. been the guest of her cousin, Miss Reese, later leaving for their home in is therefore almost beyond compre- Wheat bran $40, cottonseed meal $50, On the Railroad ;

Huffman, who'leaves on Friday 'for. Ella McAllister, for the past two Kissimmee., Reporter Star: Tuesday. hension. The infection is in most instances corn silage $4, and sweet potato silage A new railroad through Loulsana

rt Chattanooga, Tenn., where he, has weeks', left" oa Monday to spend a,few so Insidiously acquired by $13.33 a ton. strikes some of the towns about a

joined the Coast.Artillery. The evening days at Daytona Beach, and will GIRLS! WHITEN SKIN the unsuspecting victims that he and Results mile from the' business center, so it I i.

was pleasantly spent and passed spend some time Columbus Ga. LEMON JUICE During the experiment the cows fed r
WITH the members of his family, who are necessary to run a buss line. A salesman -

all too' quickly. Those present were: before returning to her home at probably likewise being infected, do corn silage produced 917.3 gallons of stoping at one of the 'towns asked!
:Misses Ruth Bleech Kathleen Goff Union town Pa. Make\ a beauty lotion for a few centsto : milk. During the time the t
same cows
the the old driver ,
remove tan freckles sale not know just when the effects of darky buss about It.

Gladys Sanders, Rose McKenzie, Gol- Mrs. Luther, Blackshear of ,Lees- ;" lowness disease began to manifest themselves.In fed sweet' potato silage produced "Say' Uncle, why have they got the ti

da Groves,' Extilda Blean, Messrs'. burg,;Fla., spentii,Friday it laBt 'with '''' -t' ' "" however 883.5 gallons! of, milk; or, difference down here .
IYo ' the course\ of,a few summers, : depot ,way:. ? ;;);
Taul, Gordon',nnd.Roscoejjj Northrop; friends in"Sti CIoud' '" orocer' the lemon and any /a'oncehappyfamily,has becom: of,&33.8'gallone In favor ot the!;?corn; lI Af ter a moment's hesitation the old

'an"Huffman.Ricketts;;Neal l!Bartlett nddJ.1dj ||Miss Ell M' Al1ister.wu the gueston ply drugstore,you 1",ith or.'.three toilet ounces, counter of will, orchard\ sup- j pale> !and.'puny; .nonce( $p indistripus, 'Ma 'dat'keyh epMed, !Ji'f:;: '.dunno, boss,.unlessTdeyTwanted ::.fIC,
Mr. Huffman has been the of "of Feed Cost
Monday Mrj7R.S '
,"Roberts white for a ,few cents. Squeeze the family has become Inaguidaml back ,_ to git it on de rail- ::;
teller in the bank here for some time Klssimmee.- juice of two fresh lemons into a bottle ward in its work a ones prosperous In this experiment the feed cofttP'of road." ''i

1 and will be missed by his many Mr.; JoTm F. Daniels, who has spent then put in the orchard white and family has fallen into debt; a once 'gallon of milk produced by the corn
'
friends in St. Cloud. the past three months in Detroit, shake well..This makes a quarter pint valuable silage ration was 11.8 cents, by sweet- Whenever You Need Genera Tonic '
of the best lemon skin whitener proud family, owning prop
The Priscilla Club met on Friday Mich., returned to his home on Thursday and complexion very beautifier known. erty, has been reduced by an' easily potato silage 14.2 cents. This differ- Take Grove's.The Grove's. '

afternoon, August 17th, at the home last. Massage this fragrant.1/ creamy lotion curable and easily preventable diseaseto ence in cost of production is due en- chill Tonic Old Standard is equally valuable. Tasteless

,of Mrs. Aliec McG'iII, Macsachusetta Mrs. M. W. Veeder left on Friday daily into the face, neck arms -and tenancy end poverty. The children, tirely to the difference in the price General Tonic because it contains as the a }

avenue, with Mrs. Ethel Reid as host- morning last to spend two months at hands and just see how freckles, tan, once bright and well advanced in their charged for the two kinds of silage:, well known tonic properties of QUININ

A short business sallowness, redness and roughness: If the sweet silage had been and IRON It acts on tbe Liver, Drives '. .
N. Y. potato
ess. : meeting was Brooklyn, zealand
disappear and how smooth soft and school l classes, begin to lose ,their out Malaria Enriches the Blood and l'
:held and a good social time enjoyed Miss Cora E, Anderson left on clear the skin becomes. Yes! It Is'' their mental alertness when charged at the:same price as the corn I Builds up the Whole System. 60 cents.

harmless and the beautiful results silage, there would have been practically -
gradually robbed of their vitality.
will surprise you. I no difference in the feed cost F-A-
They fall, behind in the struggle with
,99
of a gallon of milk.AnalysU .
c Friday last for St. Petersburg for their healthier classmates, and finally Made-To-

i' 1 several weeks' vacation.Mrs. discouraged and perhaps abused, give of Silage ...a.. Order
The of sweet
analysis potato silage S
.. school work in despair. '
Bessie Daniels left on T urada7'rnornlng'to'spend up ;
Already the handicap hookworm is ,. as made by the state chemist is, Hats, .
few !
a days with moisture 54.87 per cent, crude protein t
I proving to be to the military efficiency -
her mother Mrs. Anna !
; \ Meatyard, a
1.82, nitrogen-free extract 39.41 fiber
,
Winter Haven Fla. .' of Florida men has been demons. \
ii A t re ted by examinations of feces sent 1,48, fat 0.60, and ash '1.85 per cent. \ jI
reception was give/i on Saturday
Silage made from well matured corn
evening from 5 to 7 the Golden to the state bacteriological laboratoryfrom
by
, 'Tl
P1.1iraf Point. analyzes moisture 73.7 per cent, crude
y.r Black
/M the state at
Rule Girls Priscilla Club and others ,
in the protein 2.1, nitrogen-free extract 15.4, '"Clarke Special"'THIS ,
of the church members for the minis- These were taken from men
Federal service who under fiber 6.3, fat 0.8, and. ash 1.7 per sent.
were
ter's family. It being the twenty- Comparing the analyses of sweet CLARKE SPECIMNAT MADE TO
filth weight and apparently in a run-down YOUR ORDER FOR $l99II
wedding anniversary of Mr.:and potato silage and corn silage it is evident VM s.... .
condition. In a large number of cases ( T"u M mkVMr *ttn
Mrs. Northrop. Mr. Northrop was not showed .that there is but little difference 41 sat 01 COLO atttflAt\ (4.M rata
prevent, being absent, on account of the examination of fetes Cram* *tV, Mua, Srim t M g MM
in the value. l lfeedinA' in
PIS I( hookworm to be the cause of their feeding Experience fcrt tat...cr s.d eais.assml
m health We
are sorry to lose this trouble. these two silages has been H. W. CLARKE HAT COMPANY
'
family from our midst but hope ,Mr. .
The' hookworm be contracted that.100 pounds of sweet potato silage MCUONVILLS" vuus.p44499ND
may
I Northrop will soon be restored to his through ground itch, which is well will replace from 150 to 200 pounds of

; health and his people again. corn silage In the ration. This, no
known to and girl who has
boy
I NON-SKID TIRES every
Moses Folsom of the
secretary
barfoot in the summer. The doubt if due to the fact tha\ sweet
state market board, has left for a !enday.s' gone potato silage contains leas water and *
Ask Your Grocer
l i give the and worm enters the victims blood, passesto
you mileage trip to Washington, Baltimoreand
the l and !is coughed and two and a half times as much nitro-
lungs
up
-
the value should have. several other points on businessIn gen-free extract as corn tilnge. rI
you swallowed. It is in the}: intestines\ Wl
connection with the marketing of
The cows seem to relish the sweet
finds it home and to do
it
that begins
K ti THE thousands and thousands of Fislc crops this fall. While in Washington Its work. potato silage as much as they did the CHEEKNEACSCOFFEES
Mr. Folsom will confer with the '
I'v know there isn't any greater national corn allege ....

dollar-for-dollar tire value Join the big authorities In regard to the Balm Both !silages kept well in the silo, ,

family of Fisk buyers leam for raising and marketing of crops. Magnolia Hence were in first class conditionT.
happy your Mrs. E. D. French of Ashton wash
rt self that "When more'tfian Fisk LIQUID FACE POWDER.
you pay prices guest on Wednesday of Mrs. Cure a Cold In One Day,
you pay for something that does not exist The beauty secret of
Corey on Wyoming av nae. Ta1tofLAXATtVR BROMO Quinine. It Mop the
:women who know how Cough and Headacb and work. off the Cold.
Miss Mittle May entertained at a to take of the Dnt..I.t. ..'(pact money If It '. IQ cure. Best By Every Test
s care com-
I!. W. O&OVlt's.ig.ature
I theater party bn Tuesday evening; the plexion. Cannot be on each bos., JOe:. m

following guests were present: Mrs. dete ed. Heals Sun-

'c McLain, Mrs. Ollie Harris, Misses burn atop Tan. Soothing, t.ooo.o.Ot.o..o..o..o .. .

- ... Hittie May, Louise and Anna Hoppe, cooling refreshing. -
Marie Brack Ella McAllister and .4! a: ,., 'R-.IW The
',Flik.Tire For Sale By. , IS. .. .", ..,....' Silver Sea Hotel
Evadna Harris. Afterthe' show'all '
s.Ie"eIthe.. color) for 2e. Stamp.,,

J J. J, GRIFFIN'S' GARAGE '.was went, served to the'wblch Clyde*aU'en'oyed, where ice cream very tr .Mfc.Co* 409mwh Fial.5...........N.Y. ATLANTIC BEACH CORONADO,. FLA.' ,


, much.. I IThe"party I Now open trader the miMf emeat of A. Fred Falek. I
::
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Kissimmee Fla. ,
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given on last Tuesday, What is LAX-pFOS Cw At best.
II.
Ssort
evening by Miss Iwav Marshall at the Dissert Specialty.. Aat. Beets all trams at' "
$ ,_ __ UI.fOIIS M MPMVEO CASCAJU
; "' New
home of Mrs:, b&rlM";: Goodrich was A Digestive Liquid Laxative. Cathartic Smyrna. 'I,' :', '

i ,, a''bunco and slumber party;,,and not ndljver Tonic.,; Contains Cucaqltark.. 2.50' per- Day. Weekly Rates .poa application.. ; ): .':eSpecial .

i, Bio* Flag Root, Rhubarb Root. Black .. ; ,
a dance. Will you kindly have this W. k&,4 Rates. ';:
,
.p Boot,May'Apple Root.naaLeave and ;
corrected. In this ,weeks Issua and 'M** SARAH i'.' H -
f Combines strength with pala : oiw.O-M,. ,Ii.:.: "tJ
l > TIt? FALCIG ,,
_
4 oblige aromatic taste. Doesnotgrips. 50a ....... ...... .. .. .. .Me.a'Vp:
.r a .# i f .. ... . .. .. .. !.., ._.... tt. r,

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.' ,. ,_.- 'TWITOSTMMEE ,PALLET cxxrm, FRIDAY, AUGUST M ttit '

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of C.' I:* .Bandy, tax: 'eeneotor1.81 $50 be made-to Company IB,.N.:'G.:'F. 1
Petroleum Will Give Out To .,
Supply Proceedings amount re1v""4 Tram I J' -+ -
..J C. L. B.ndT, tax. eotlpctor1.00: ,j The Board,refeered the matter tots OuR cO :

U1.lIe,44 :attorney, and upon his advice, ordered s 1SRfGH1"'ooJI', "i ;
' in Next' Few Years Unless New the School Board'mnl"mee .
: By paid warrant a> per list 'g78.llBy I. a warrant drawn in favor of Roma AND WfRE PoLITe _.' '.

'I' Balance. __,__.-.___... Thomas, Cashier, for $50. McATS .
Fields Are Soon Discovered AND pRlct
/ Oil I : I10.eT"1 The returns
Fla., July 21, 1917. ,*. tI, D. No. J having been received "'"1 .* '
'' To balance from last ..- from the election held In Special Tax BOTH'ARE' v '
I '' The 'School Board met as per adjournment C. 1* rBandr. tax collector.. 14.111 t
t', (Frank G. Carpenter In Christian made. from petroleum. This .oleaginous of July 2, ,1917, there be- To amount received from I School District No 2 af Narcooiaeo, ..RICHi T !V -
C It. Bandy, tax collector... 28 25
: Herald) I fluid is the grease that makes the ing present W, R. Lanier, J. H. Bals- To amount received from Osceola county, Florida, on the second M
C. L,. Bandy, tax collector__ K.(7 of August,1917, pursuant to law V
industrial world round. c0a M
,, At Port Authur, on the Gulf of go Every den; -ulso C. E. Yowell, .Supertendent.J. To amount received. from ..
I kind of machinery, from the tiniest H' Baisden elected Chairmanpro C. ,L,. Bandy, tax collector... .11 the Board proceeded to canvass the
Mexico at the mouth of the oil spigotof was To amount received from '
,
_, same, which were found to be
.. watch to the biggest steam engine, is tem.. Ernest Amo., comptroller.. t.44 ,asfpllowi
'. , the pretroleum" fields of our great : THE BRIGHTNESS
t; lubricated with It. .Special oils are The trustees,of the St. Cloud school 11.155,17
f Southwest, I learned that the output I used for' 'high-speed engines and. for appeared before the Board and! stated i By paid warrants a* per list. 42.25 For trustees, Jas. C. Tyson received AND POLITENESSof

:::' last year was almost three hundrer I the spindles of our cotton mills. that owing to the crowded condition : aT Balance ---,----'-----_____.$1,813.02i eight votes, H. H, Hull received seven this market and Its sales fore
' million barrels but even .at: that the There oils for low-temperature votes, J. B, Houser received seven
are matches
; '" : of the school, it would) be necessary I !C. II. D.' Ne. II the Tightness of our
, prices hare risen and the supply is all ice machines,' and others for the hot to provide more room. The Board To balance, from lust rrlfort821.42 votes C. B. Buckley received one prices. You'll find that this is the

,t.H... used. We now need petroleum, l eroene 'cylinders of. gas engines. There is took the matter under consideration.The I To C.amount I* Bandy received, tax collector.from .08 vote, S. J. Entrikin-- received one vote, right sort of a market to do business ,

I : \ gasoline, and lubricating oil ,a* not a big gun that sends its projectile Board received a !bid from, the TO C.amount Lt Bandy received, tax collector.1,44 from F. 'W. Hill received three votes;' and with. Our dependability is j '

never before, and very patriot will screaming through the air .that does St Cloud Plumbing Company for' I TI amount received from M. L. Tlndall received four,votes. vouched for by any army of.con.
I C I* Bandy, tax collector... 8 40 For tax levy two mills received
aid the government 1n trying to save "not move upon a coating of oil, and it furnishing material, fixtures and ,To amount received from tented housewives !
I, tl em This is especially truo as to'' Is upon such lubricants only that we labor' for water and sewer at the St. Ernest Amos, .comptroller./.' .. ,12 one'..vote: two .and one-half mills received

gasoline;' The demand for It on\ account can keep moving t.ho', Industrial machinery Cloud school. As the bid of said Company . By Balance. :---.--.---....--- |J31.41 three votes, and three' mills received City Market 3.
of the war has reached enormous i that supplies the demands of Board six votes. .'
'. was $2,1,00( the decided L 8, n. :No. :ITo '
proportions, and it fa now' as important -I peace. a that, the 'amount was more that the balance on hand as per taut The Board, finding that .Jas. C. l I "i.
report _______(3,22434 Tyson H. II. Hull and .
as gunpowder' and shells. With electricity and gas one might ------------ J. B.' Houser
; work justified, and did not let the, con To amount received from
,: Great supplies are needed In France I think that the} consumption kerosene tract. (,'. L,. Handy? tax cotlector22.80. )having received the highest numberof

for carrying the troops, transporting oil would diminish.'.This \\S not At the request of the'state superintendent To Ernest amount Amos received,. comptroller.from . 10.E9 votes, .declared. them elected 'as
.
r: the guns and'talcing munitions from so. We are now'using annually more the Board decided to send By Balance .. .. .. trustees. ALSB
-. -- --
l '. coal --I3.ZIIT.4\\ The Board, finding that three mills
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place to place. It Is also employedfor than thirty-five gallons of oil per Superintendent C. E. Yowell and J. H. IIKltHOalNl0
8 S. D. No. 4
1, :, .,the airplanes and submarines, and family, and we consume. more ,kerosene Baisden to, tho superintendent and To balance on; hand as per last having received the majority of the f

h S it is the only motor power of the automobiles : per capita than any -other nation school officers': conference, at .Cat ii e. 'To re amount ,received' from.61,892.10G' votes cast, declared three mills to be

i: in the field. in the "world. The use of coal oil for ville. The Board 'further agreed to L>. Bandy, tax collector.182.00; the amount of taxes levied and collected

a' I'am told here at Port Authur that lighting is increasing among the millions ! pay the expenses of the trip. To C amount I*. Band received, tax colluctor---from. .1 t for the next; two years.. _.

; there practically no gasoline in' of Asia, and if China should ever Bids for school at To. amount received from There being no further business, !: !: 'AND CRUDHKX.INKS OIL ,
houses Campbell
" I etorage, and that the United States Is use as much as we are now doing, I its and Lokosee, were received as follows: To C amount U Dandy.received, tax collector..88 from the Board adjoured until! the next No batteries!: -llun, magneto"on oil or of, Ignltor.'any kind.A ,

.j,. not making moro than enough to 'supply I annual demand would be more than Ernest Amos, comptroller..,. .SA regular meeting, September 3rd 1917 4 h. p engine will run a full load .
Arnold &: MacDonough and E: D. for 10 hours at cost of 110 a day.
\ its own needs. Last year we had eleven billion gallons. the Lokosee and By Balance --------_____.,__._35,024. Sties, S. 4, J, 20. SO. 76 h. n. Send y
Malloy
on building, TIt, Quinine That Doss Not Attest ths Headnrcsuieollts for prices Pumps. Mill Supplies En- i1L
-J 1 AAEfiAkj4lt 44tr1l4hPnlww\\G7frcelp. ..wJ.i,1 .oi jA. .9i,:>>WlhW5 ti(ih / '.":. I : Auto cars, and this.was the growth of: eum is already.so great that purBup-WISi S5C. : i "mpYie' buifainga''ifl' *' ,1A\\: 4 .1 'fN' ,OiiliTiiie*;** MAtS>JUV.WHU; bfUcrtlian. ... .bwi or, Cml dcot ektl4 rVAa CO.Sin '
+
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i' only twelve years:: In' 1905 thrnumtfcer ; ply will.be exhausted-within, a very To amount rveeI"'ed. from riuicinir In hesd Re..mbrt'the full )
t' As the chairman' the Board 'Was C. 1- Handy, tax. collector4..__ .45 .em1.ad ""-. K. n.) JaelcMMivIll.. FlsuI
was )less than hundred thou.sand. i if few oil fields To look lot U.e slBMtun of B. W, OKOVB. .ac. .. :
one years unless new are absent, it was l decided to defer actionon ; amount K-ceMod flora" _
;; C I... Handytax, collector___ S.82. .
During the first nine months discovered. According to figures To -. ,
I the matter until Monday, July 23rd. I amount r.*eelvrd' from i
; of last the cars Increased in to in 1916! in Ernest Amos comptroller__ 39
given
1, ,'. year! num- I congress a report Kissimmee, Fla., Jul?"23. 1917. To amount recelved (rout ,
; ber more than three-quarters of a from Secretary Lane, a consulting en ,
:H million. At the same rate of growth I gineer fo the Bureau of Mines estimated The Board met as per adjournmentof B>' Balance _-..-.__.........:.__ $11)080 I
21st there W.
July
being present
,:, 1 there "will be a million more by the that our oil supply was enoughto C. Bass, chairman; W. R. Lanier and To balance on W. 1'hand. n. \n as per 41 last The Favorite Store of KlttlmtneeFURNITURE '1'

; end of 1918. Ii last only twenty-eight years. J. H. Baisden; also C. E. Yowell, report ?. ?. ______.__________. 8746
fS: Now, at a low average the annual We have now ten great oil fields in superintendent.The roamount Ernest Amos received, comptroller from __ ..60ISH

consumption of every automobile is ,the United States. There is the Appalachian Board took under considerationthe .'HI

-f about five hundred gallons of gasoline field, which takes in New bids received on the Lokosee and By paid warrants as per list._ 25(0 ? atI

-, and at that figure{ It will take !I York, Pennsylvania southeaster Campbell school\ houses, which were Py Balance _.__._____.___-u___ 12,66 I

.f,' r' two billion gallons iosupply the four I Ohio, West (rginSa, Kentucky arid found to be as follows: Warrants we're' examined and runcelled -

/ million <:ai'llV have now. That is, Tenn see. This! produced'' twenty. For Lokosee.-E. D. Malloy, $1,500; In open. session ns follow. General '
School .
we shall,.need about a half billion gal. 1 four million barrels in 1915. There Arnold & MacDonough, $1185, for 8. It. No Fund 1 Fund 6878.22.H. 14225.

Ions more for this purpose than we + is the Lima Ind., field, which is pro- shingle roofing. and $1160, for Flex- S. 8.. D. No.6. Fund, $2560. -WE HAVE IT !

y' were making in the whole ,country : ducing four million barrels, and the a-tile roofing. After due cons1d ra. Bills as were follows approved and warrants Issued <".
three and the demand for Illinois field which about : :
years ago 1 produced tion, the Board decided not to accept .
export is constantly growing. Meantime eighteen million barrels. Going ,far fteaernl 11..001 Fund
,
r the bids on this Building, and directed O, E. Powell salary aupt.----.6146.00
it behooves us all. to save wher I ther westward is the midcontinental that plans be drawn and re-ad W. C- Bass. M B. PVI.-.I:::-: SCO: I
new w. R Lanier. M, B P. t._______ 16.20
ever. I field, consisting of Oklahoma ,and vertised for other bids. J. H. Baisden, M B. P. I._______, alloo In connection with our Hardware Iia. we carry a complete

iT The demand for fuel oil\ is .'increasing I Kansas. It produced a hundred and Bids received on the Campbell Miss. 8. Rhea Oadel,PherlKO.sal arty--------of lice work. 15 12,.OOJ EO tut of furniture. Wt make a specialty of utfittuf homes, surf.

rapidly on account of the war, and six millions barrels in 1915, and Oklahoma follows Bratton A Qulce, rent ball park .. handle reliable -
building tie
were as : School No. I....,________=_____ .6,0,0 .
much
r" of this is sold in so crude a state alone produced almost that Arnold & MacDonough, $1133.75 E.V.. A. Howies., crayon erasl
that ers freight _..__,__ .....__ 86.87
of the of
, many by-products the much last year. Then there are northern for shingle roofing and $1108, for ,. fnd Qreen painting?SchoolNo. Bed Room Furniture Dining

petroleum are lest j in the smoke. Fuel Texas and northwestern Louisiana Flex-a-tile roofing. H, N, Bratton, 1 ____*________.__________ ICO.00Bruce ,

,' oil! i IJ now used by our largest battleships which produced frmo eight to $1250 for shingle roofing. The con a. B. Wood Pub all Co, labor rural Sch nch No.plant 1 18.00 1ST Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor -
and it is employed also in the fifteen millions barrels the Gulf field J.: L. Overstreet. recording: deea. ,
; tract'was awarded to Arnold Mac- Brhool No. 16 _____.___________ 1.60
navies of Great Britain and! France. which produced twenty-one million Donough for C. R::. Powell,. expense> to Qalnevlll .. Suits Odd Chairs Rockers '
shingle roofing. __ __._ ___ ,
It is __ ___._____ 18.1
being consumed by many of our barrels, and'tb California field, I There being no further business, Klsslmmett Tel Co.. phone, of lice 1.00

'industries at home. Right near here whose ,output is, ninety million barrels the Board adjourned. to meet August. Oscpola Valley Gazette Hdw. Co., office. sup.sup Hch..etc.6.26 No. 1 S.85 Couches, Etc. jl.1 I.

are' sulpher mines which. used in the and upward. There is some oil in 6, 1917. Valley Oaiette. ad for bld.-.-.._ .7.00 .i

/ )neighborhood of one million barrels Alaska, and also. inonumber of other Kissimmee, Fla., Aug. 6 1917. J. ,H Baisden? ___,_,expense._.___,___to__,Gainesville '___.._ JO.45Mach 1
{annually, and the'railway/of \Texas I state of ,the west, such as Colorado,, I. The School Board met in%regular Bros, team hire. Srh No.1 1000A This store is making ,a record for itself is) the matter ., ;
___
R:: .
DrouKht In. Sch. No. 1 25 00
fandj Louisiana.. are;';"now,'*yburning," ,'i up Montana;;Utah and Wyoming. ;;:i Altoigetherfthe session,(there.'.,being'j4"'presentkWSBass' i Roma. 'Thomas.. z_ treas..donation. .. , .;. helping.people to outfit homes.. .Come and s... Our prices ar. ,:;

eleven: million barrels otJI: l'1oU I 'experts, 'i I,have. ..itk J estimatedthat I ;chairmanllWS; ; Rf LanierTand J o B, 0 I' ",' BO' ',00S'TjlBandy'l .: '. ,
W'lfevAug -t adSft <- <, .
Jeveryyear.lTheTconsuinptionTbf(the we have between seven and eight 'rintendent. II. II. n. No. j ...... 1 '1. '
H{ i lso C. E Powell, super commlaelon tax col 'l'fd' \ ) r > S x. S ; r.
whole country in 1916 was upward of billion barrels'left in the ground,'and .'" 1 l...,tor iBj-rtsi silffllTllsteTr < rightTOOLS
thirty million barrels. The war de that these ''lie under oil-bearing lands I tJ Cloud Tribune notice of elec ENGINEERS
Minutes of the last meeting were tlon etc ______ 18,40 FOR
4 ,mand for.fue1 oil la said to be greater having a total area about as large as read and approved. I E. W.' A. nowlen. crayons* erasers :
and freight ________.?__*_ 88.46
i, than the war demand for gasoline, the state of Massachusetts. State Bank of Kissimmee, county J. W. Sage, repairs, Hch. Nos, 2,
r and the exports of such oil were about We are using oil so fast that,when school depository: reported as follows 8. 9. etc---------------------- 2360H. No matter what kind of an Engine 'you fcat*-Gas, Stem,

4': a billion gallons last year. the, history -of our times comes to be : 1'. n. )\'e. 3 Fund Railroad or Stationary Engion--wo hay exactly the Tools 701 ,
,
Valley Onicttf, notice election. 7.SOC '
't" In addition to gasoline and fuel oil written there may lie a period known General School fund L. Bandy, commission tax col l. need in your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammers, Oilers, etc, I
: ___________ ___ t
lector _ _
is the enormous demand for lubricants as the age of petroleum. Balance on hard as per last ro- F. W Hill clerk elertlnn2.00 u 1,28 all of the beet quality and workmanship, and at prices that will,,
A( . port -.19,714.65TO J. C.kveonInepector :
of election 2 flOJ This has the of only. 4
- - - - - - - amounreceveom surprise store reputation handling
yon.
, .n. Tlndall, election 2.onK
rr. : FRED HILL OF NARCOOSSEE ment of engineers at Yaphauk, Long To C.amount K Handy received, tux. collector from ____ 377.SO . H. Avant, Inspector inspector of election 2 OOB hardware that .is of superior quality and yon will make no mistake +gi
O. 1.. tux dollootor___ 7,00To 1>. Katz, list of voters.. ______ 600
IS MADE SECOND LIEUTENANT Island, and will report for duty on amount Bandy received from + In coming here NOW and inspecting our bit stock .

August 27. State Dank ___u____________ 90,17 H. S. n. No. a Fund .f
: C. L. ,
Bandy commlss4on tax collector -
Orlando friends of Fred W. L. To amount received from ______ '
Mr Hill is a graduate of the Nnl- C. L. Bandy, tax collector___ 642,87 6.41

Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W Hill, versity of Florida, and of the Porter To C.amount L. Bandy received, tax collector.from ... 7.00 E.Y.ers.and A. Rowlee freight, _crayons u_____,__eras..__ 49.33. .
:
of Narcossee, will be glad' to )lear that J. H. Baisden. labor and supplies
ho has won a commission second Military academy, Charleston, S. C. To C.amount I*. Bandy received, tax collector from. __ 677.It School No. 18 _____________:___ 8.SOf. Osceola Hardware Company
For some time he has been connected .To amount received from
". lieutenant oftbe New York engineering C. I Bandy, tax collector7.00 a. n. No. 4 Fund
with the New York Edbon Company. C. t* Bandy, commission tax col- .
"' U. S. A., following 'a train -Orl To amount received from Icetor __ 1.1
corps nclo; Reporter-Star.. C. Li. Bandy tax collector.7,21 H ----labor---- ---*?--
. at Plattaburg N. Y. and To amount received fromC. W. Walker Sch No. 28 8,711
ing period ,
I* Bandy tax collector.. J 00 Charley Walker labor Sch. 28.6,76
.. has been chosen one,,of thirty officersto Visiting card printed by. the Val To amount received from
n. a. n. NO. n
Ii.' organize and train the 302nd regi- ley Gazette Job Department Ernest Amos comptroller ._ 19.82 C.''Bandy, commission Fund tax col C. A. CARSON. President; N. C. BRYAN Secretary
To amount received from lector ._ ,.__.,_______._____.?. 1.18n.
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:', s. n. NO, a F..d
C. I* Bandy, commission tax" collector The Waters & Carson
. -. ___.________________ ,26 ,

" A petition was filed with the

': Board by some of the citizens of St.

'fii1 Cloud asking that: the location of the Grocery Company

proposed new school building be

r t lJ changed from the block recently pur -

r 1 ?y d chased 'to one near the western centerof Wholesale- and Retail Dealers in i
/ the town. The Board decided to
4'M
4t erect a temporary budding to cccomo- GROCERIES

date the primary department on the

lot already purchased' end decided, to

t take no further action in the matter '

1 Artistic Walls and Ceilings at present. 0000000400000000 000000000000000. .
'
Tully Guy was employed transport 41

t (ciN :YOU will enjoy the pleasure of artistic: and sanitary sur- the pupils to school No 5, ,Loko- 4 WE SELL: 0 O. WE BUY&1 1\1

. groundings. when our walls and se.,.at $30 per month. 0* HAT A 0O
,... ceilings decorate with The contract for building the Loko-. HIDES .

see school house was awarded to E. '. GRAIN .

.T7 ;T-- u ,11 D. Malloy for 1850.: 0. FERTILIZERS 0 0 >FURS .. ..

Mr. F. M Bass appeared pefore the 1 .' WOOL ,.
z. ., Board and asked' that a donation of o SHINGLES 0 . ..
II The Modern Durable 1 Sanitary Flat-Oil Finish AND .
FREE ; - - -- -- ,
4> CHANGE BOXES. 0 '
4S pag.111 ti stratcd fit seta a new standard- for interior It comes In 24 soft, deep, velvety MA'YR'SWonderful 0 0 0 ALL .
book, f' The Mod decorating and has taken the colors which can be combined 0 ORANGE WRAPS, 0 J .'.
.". MtthoJ 0/Decorating old-fashlored and un II Into most artistic' effects. It Is I. e COUNTRY
"* Wall*," sanitary for 4 CRATES ..
wall ;'paper andotherantiquated very economical and If soiled Remedy VEGETABLE -
contains sugges material.). ...,.., can be easily cleaned. e j PRODUCE ..
tloasfortheartiatic ... r CRATE NAILS . , "
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w.n.ad decoration ceinnissod of Let:.Us y-ielp:: ':You_ with Plans and Advice.... STOMACH TROUBLEOne > .00000000000.00000. .04001000"0000000M'l'We "

color pUtcs el Write to Decorating; Department, Peulee-Gaulbert Co.; Incorporated LonUvDI. K/ ngwdroom .
PM Or fcnbned Platkostt with '.. log you walla and.ceilings. Expert decorators will.gladly assist ,ton,.era o!r fltKge. dose convince soil old; and garden seeds of all kinds. '*1' .i'I ,.."'
.
.. Ask as forth!* book '" : - ., Wi giro'special attention to fitting.out bun .l and aampmi:partsM.. .t V :
tort ASLEKCAULB .
or write*.I CObra*- OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY Kissimmee) Fla; .J. Z.' ROBERSON Free delivery in city'limits.. Thon. o.'l 12.. .. t ri
..*. >rlll.. KraMctr. ,, Wo arc county neat tow good f tt hzers. Ask'a for circular SAS! pspqM ,'

T and I j other reliable:>> druggists.. fmtiEz.ga, t,.,,'.fJ c t'

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DSSimiBE ,MALLET GAZtTTE FRIDAY. 'AUGUST'24,1917KISSIHMEE +

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? FLORIDA WOMAN MAYOR ;BASAL BOOKS-ADOPTED' STATE PRESS ,MEETING CONDENSED REPORT"OF STANDARD AUDIT' COMPANY, SHOWING

,. ,VALLEY,GAZETTEA.1Hskee SUGGESTS PLAN TO HOOVER BY ,STATE COMMISSION I I' ASSETS AND LIABILITIES OF THE TOWN OF KISSIM
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'l ----- As a result he special meetingof I I MEE, FLORIDA, MARCH 31ST, 1917. "
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Frldsy.of. ,
,... !. V....."Every GaseUe ttmlUlmf, A woman's domestic skill and foresight TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 10,-The the Florida Press Association*! '" --

Kl...._... FlerUa have opened a way for Uncle state text book commission Saturday held yesterday in Orlando, the Florida .are very much pleased to report that we have not. In any.. >Instance fdetected .''

Sam to save millions--through cultivation afternoon completed the adoption of Publishers' Auxiliary was organized, didrnotexamine <-f any And P'' who. aC'count.hli.ve *
audit Water Collector: sac-
W. B. IIARRI ... H. O. VANS AUNBW d. We the Lll 0....... of Vast waste lands in Florida, all the basal books'to be used in the with Harry L. Brown, of the St. Augustine : wa counts prior to time this work was placed In charge of the P"1-"had been"".aud.. ...

'I'elepa... .. -' *.: 11. says the Philadelphia North Ameri high !schools of Florida, and after a Record, as chairman' ; W. ,M. Gilbert.ited und that We It..wouldvnot" be that necessary the accountsurlor for us to go Intoathetma. 7

hard day's work announced late, in theI Haynes, of the Sanford Herald vice- The office of the City Clerk and Collector has been kept In lhls a most office'.aU.coda
by
work performed
and we have found the
can.The factory
woman is Mrs Marian N. Hor- afternoon the books adopted and their chairman; Goode Guerry, of the How- with manner few which are of minor Importance, and tot, the vary s.

witz, Philadelphia"society woman and publishers. They will meet Monday ey Tribune, secretary; C. O.'.Codring.ton have ous .,..been..eelpl.IIn well pDreserved.expenditures also have a mostfull been made and from complete time to reC'ord time.. This ...

active in relief work. She is home morning at 9.00 o'clock and adopt a of the DeLand News, treasurer] has been. handicapped for the lack of properly devised records Installed to-handte, this theIwsinesa'of
the. city and with the new system of accounting
from Moore Haven, Fla., where she few supplementary books that were 'and M. F. Hetherington: of the Lakeland office should compare! with any in the state.SCIinTULE.

was recently elected mayor, and. hot considered Saturday. Telegram, as director. This body I. 'I '

where she owns some 1000 acres of' IJ I The following' resolution) was then elected Gilbert Leach, of the
land.' 1 adopted by the state. text book.com1 leesburg Commercial, "special agent.: I.!.!. 11T, t.

Woman-like,' Mrs. Horwitz has'I mission: The Auxiliary was formed strictly for ASSETS .

seen in the 150,000 acres of muck By Attorney-General West; business purposes, and it is plannedto ,Current Ilund) end Assets Hnklng(!Schedule Fund
STATE"PRESgPSu.aerlptlo. landsaVJjacent to her own an oppor. "That we proceed now to considerall reduce the cost of materials by ;
TMBl' Available' Assets.--. _........___,__.;....: 112,1\27.R8\ '
tunity to increase 'the food supply of bids 'ma'e by the various bidders systematic: t buying, exercise cooperation Net General Liability.,....._.*...,.--,......'....:. ff6.18.82. +

the nation and she is trying to .Interest with the' 'report of the sub.commls.slon in the purchase of equipment andi . ., . $149,101.15 '

Hales) Food Administrator. Hoover in her and as the bids:and report are i nthe conducting 'of business, and to t .., '. ., a I .. pr-.. . 1
,4 1
. One Copy, One Year$2. 0One. read'tHe : '. "' : .
books on each subject; be arrive at a system forgaining: business LIABILITIES .
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Copy, Six Month* *- JJ plan.Mrs Current Liabilities, II ..... .. ........ flS161fl .'
Three Mo"tha9.r: _. ._ '78 the' widow of examined and the in fields. Schedule ) r'
Horwltz is foreign advertising
One Copy immediately selection
Itonclt-d llelit (Schedule 111).......__............. 187,110000\
All communications. except from our George: Quintard Horwitz, 'Philadelphia and adoption of the basal booksbe The meeting was largely attended.The .- ;Aci'r,\"'d Bond Interest. (Schedule .Jln...,.'..,,,,-..,.....-.. ', 1,78500 '

authorised correspondents must beIgned lawyer, who', when he died last immediately made by the vote of Sentinel. .,. '. UU.l01,15.

' Rejected by the matter writer will.) not be.returned December, bequethed her approximately the commission, I it being understood' .. ," . . MEMORANDA -. '

Unless called for: 2000 acres of'land) and Mrs. that in order to insure delivery of Washington County: Messrs. Al ftal' valla\le Assets..:........._:.._... ...:..._,........ $ IL527.Re(
Assets .............. .. .. ..._... 421,000.00.Total'I. .
Florida to books for the in theschools ----- ---- --
t' (Entered In the Poaloffiebvf Klsslmmee. Horwitz went to oversee .adopted use ford and Myers have purchased and .

Florida, ns second-class matter.) its development l of the state this year, that the brought-into the' county twelve ''pure '" :. . ' : "/. ..."' $43.817.83- .. .

: A few months ago the county was contract with each. publisher'furnish bred Hereford cows' and two registered ., bllitire." ,..,-'r'". ':.,....I-.......;..........-............,"' ..".,.........., $fUB,10t.ll1.:. s '

e AUGUST 24.1917. at war. Food conservation became; ing books provide that the' books be bulls. There is 'not a week O.enernl' Surplus 4,............I... .._.._..._,...._..::..+._. 334.42668

the national slogan. Mrs. Horwitz, delivered. by express into the counties -' passes but that some good livestock. $483.627.83-
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"r NEWSPAPERS SHOULD PROSPER who had been a leader in Belgian relief -* .of the state with appropriate' is brought into,the county. .

] work and the home relief of the penalty for failure'to do so," 8.CHEDULK II '

" "A newspaper that is not a successful emergency'al'd in Philadelphia, entered All efforts/ to postpone the adoption ('l'hln' T ASSETS! AND I.I.IAIIILITIK "i

.1'I into the mew campaign with patriotic failed.' Classified ' March 81st, IfllT. ' .;
is .
institution a dangerous propo ) Advertisementss . ........
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"" .i \\.foo, ..
the school books .4l'Jf \
Following high \
eltiod.a 1.Only\ the paper that I sincerity. are ' ''-' .. ., : : ,... sW.Y"ti>gf'J" .!'901'"C6Cp9N. e. vu 7A1.4t'.Jrij1L\ ; ; \ f
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CASH
&JU8W'J3iA8R kaTlilad.td .tblr ad l1.l.op.ap kMl..tt illwyelr'! . .r
srelk ...
$ '
In Hands .. $
Ii.un
UjJ1&.it'.NNlwesrhaamluaee'iaLproposition '" -
J\Q tds.A , + 160,000; acres of muck land now. unused Basal Books FOil SALEForyeve In Hands crli".Jr..rk.-------. .L.... 698RECEIVABLE \ '

ia to be feared in a 5om-! Advanced ( .. ..+. .'.... .. ... I .
in Florida. She learned that. with Arithmetic-Stone MUHsJ ( and.71 acres land only a ,,-, ...J.u.. .. ',-' " .
6r222.OQr
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-.huH distance off the brick road and ,', . .'1.- ., -wnt . ,
muviity. So it is. .a blessed,thing. thatnewspaper proper cultivation, it.could. .be' made ;, Benjamin If. Sanbdrn( & Co.:'Bos . I 'tie. : ,
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1' ... .-. '. one-quarter mile from the city limits ) Taxes: ..
a' is operated for profit' to produce four crops a year,. all ton, Mass. of Hlslmmee, convenient to .good Realty, 191/1 l Levy (!Schedule; IXI ":" ';.. ';' ': 'JfIH6I\O'\ ;
:: markets, school and church. Part at: Personal, 1916 Levy (Schedule.Tax X-- ... 6.71..f1 '
*. and that its profit comes from its successful without fertilizers. .And' the woman Algebra: 'Wells and Hart, D. C. this- land la good citrus fruit and : v- _
bulanie flue trucking land. Just theplace .. : .
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instinct told her that here was an opportunity Heath & Co., Atlanta, Ga.; .20'.9t
operation. for poultry and dairy farm: Executions: I.
y to increase the nation's Geometry-Plain and Solid, good county road on two aides at Year 1914 Levy Srbeclule( XIII) ,w"": i' +-ir.V': : ; '',.L DOR 41 ,

These two excerpa from a long editorial I food supply. Wenthworth andSmith's Ginn and value land and This can property be bought will, enhance worth the__In Year 1916 Levy (ScheduleTax ) ..!" '!"'. .f.' "'.,;" ,,1.244.36, _
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I printed in the Columbus, Ohio, She has suggested to Mr. Hoover Co., Atlanta, Ga.Trigonometrywith. price' and : Democrat ment.Also Certificates (Schedule'; XI ........ii., . .6. '
state a great truth and atruth'that that in army.of men unfit for military I tables, Went 1U acres high nice land In Plnedue A Water Accts. (Sch'le!! 111jf._*-....... .. . 568.57 -,,
q; it behooves all citizens who near city limits, ape place fur SECURITIES ..- .
service be Florida worth & Smith's Ginn & Atlanta
sent to to .j
reclaim Co., delightful home. Special Paving Certf (8e1i..XVi--1 ) .._,. 6 fiifl 44
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value the welfare of their communityto I this land, and Mr. Hoover has Ginn & Co., Atlanta, Ga. These two places are owned by a Sidewalk Cerjfs (Sen'le XVII------- ii6:02.; : 'Ji'I
wdlow who lives In York Mtate .
atudy and realize. been favorably impressed.Mrs. American istory-StephenBon's Come, let us show you something good. 8,585.11' '
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J. This is peculiarly applicable to H rwitz's interest in community Ginn & Co., Atlanta, Ga. ]NELSON REALTY COMPANY .
$'',511.11
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r Florida newspapers and Florida communities work led the citizens of Moore Ha. Civil Government nn', Community i looms 2 and 3. over State Bank LIABILITIES .
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and we have instances in of 1500 elect' her and' the citizen D. C. Heath KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA WARRANTS PAYABLE .
ven, a town to Oenera! .. _
Fund .
: --- -----__u.u __.. $ S.R34 S52MK .
I many towns to show the truth of the ma'or-Evening ReporterStarMoore & Co.. Atlanta Ga. Fire Fund ...'_-.-''.'' -.--''----- .54 \)'
'ctatements made. We have proof MULE LIGHT WAGON and buggy for Street Fund ---..-..-. 280.14 e ,
r Haven is not in la class by General History-West's Ancient sale $t. Cloud. L. 1>. Frost. 86-2t Hanltary .J-------.u.. ....... ...-a. .... 1.74007 (. V ,'' "

,; that the prosperous newspapers are herself in being adjacent to rich muck World, Allyn & Bacon, New York, 8T1JAWI1KKKY PL.ANT8 for sale at Lighting Publicity F'.d:: ..--:;-.!,... .?.-.-..-;.......---a .1,201,86 40,00 ,t

the builders and developers, the boost. lands. Kissimmee is exceedingly Modern World, Allyn & Bacon, New 610 Broadway, Klsslmmee, Fla L. Sewer and \Val-.F---j.----------' ( . 625.S1 . .
en and leaders. We have the converse M Kenton. -2t-pd Cemetery Fund ............-j-y.-yl-_....,' .1&0.00 \ r:
blessed in this respect with hundreds York ;;

% in several towns where support of of fine land stretching 1 Physicial HORSE AND BUGGY FOR 8AL.R "She ,, ... . ',", '. ..1.U.OT '
acres farming Geography Dryer'sIIIghschool \ i
I wll) work anywhere, Especially fine ACCOUNTS PAYABLE!: ,'W' ? / : ,".+ ,.,, < ; \ "
is meager and the newspapers are away from the city on every I Geography, American and safe for family use; not :afraid, of Gilbert( J. R. (Kxc.>f .struggling for weekly', bread and a auto going or coming; she Is young. Water Consumer (Sch'le XVJ1I)._. ...etr ;.: (70:90 \ ...
hand. What greater patriotic service. Book Co., Atlanta, Ga. liubber-tlred buggy In good cupdition. ;
.
little slice of bacon. In those towns' could this community render the nation -: General Science, 'with manual, El. F. H. Lawson NET : ',,. .'" ASSETS OVER LIABILITIES "
34,096.64
r we see newspapers with tendencies' to'tear and its allies than by reclaiming :j huff's! -D. C. Heath & Co., Atlanta, YOU SHOULD BEAR IN MIND 10'Ifet I .' .
down and destroy. It is all that' Into I good stuff and save money. See F. 144.511.79SCHEDULE
these tracts and converting them : Ga. H. Lawson.
is left .them. Editors with ,
to
empty'purses food producing areas. I Botany Andrew's .Principal 4
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and I WHEN YOU NEED SHOES go to F. H.Laweon's. !
!lil
empty stomachs are eI Course. American Book Co.. Atlanta. ,.. III.
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all other humans whose purses and INTEREST AND SINKINGFlNnft! BONDED: PERT '
WANTS TO CATCH BILL KAISER Ga.
PALM BEACH SUITS at special prices .- .
larder* are empty. Of such are the 'Guide 1 F. II Lawson March ats41917. '
Physics-With Laboratory __ ,
recruit to the rank that the red '
fly The following. telegram from C. M. Carhart & Chutes, Allyn. & Bacon, BUSTER BROWN' HOSIERY for m..n. CASH ASSETS "
flag of aJlarchy'and preach'the'I. W. women and children.. }-. H. Lawson
Bradshaw of Greenville, Miss., to New York. In Hands Bond Trustee
W. doctrines. and of such the Special raving Fund, I A PI $ 1 64.16! ,
are recruits be HORSE FOR RALE at a bargain Apply -- --- -------- ,
"' President Wilson may not strictly Composition and RhetoricBrooks'books W. H. King, Berry grove. Electric Light Fund I AS__-_..- ?--,-- !,155.20 .,
to the ranks"of the backbiters grammatical, but it is expressive: It I and II, American Book Co., 36-2t-pd Indebtedness Water Note Fund, I & 8... a (1,506.69 *,
: and the violent pessimists. Social and Sewer Fund.-1 A S 6.619. lf"
r reads: Atlanta, ua.i*- :":"?witwfclfi&flgy'"Sffiw; ,,"dt,. .,WASTED-.Steel rails./,cars,wplpev and Munfclpal Bond [Fund. I & S 78866]
rights and property rights mean nothing ; -::-: &tanythlngtn 'Thanks for drawing: 25S That's 2Amencan! Literature
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rf. U; -MetcairsjBPljohn8onPublishingCpSRichmond|
: to a hungry man who repeatedlyhas j .".' l .. ." .Wilson/ jAvejiYoungsJtownAPhio I 11,61 e.00
SECURITIES
!"eo1.\iyjUke! >o catch Bl'11Kaiser? ]alive ] W.jto.naasffiM illss.st aylmriLle Certificates
been refused food hand 6.470,04
on every, jdjningllvcadiaNews to Greenville"=A Va IonR"gray 4 Main Street'Improvement>
f3t LOST-Saturdays afternoon one-s
nor does a drowning man regard 1 the I ? Beginner's Latin-Dooge, Ginn & kid glove on Klsslmmee-Lough- NET .ANDINTEREST! LIABiLiTY 11,288.05
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life of is to rescue him. man road. Finder please return toMlns
one who) trying
1139.28509
Co., Atlanta, Ga.., Mayme Knight care Tampa Ab-
Feed the hungry man and see how Btract Co.i Tampa, Fla 1-41-pd V
Latin Grammar-Allen & Green" LIABILITIES
.! loon the precepts of civilization lay Reports from Kansas say that the ough, Ginn & Co. Atlanta Ga. FIVE-ACRE TRACTS finest land near OUTSTANDING BONDS
I corn crop and the gardens have been the city, neighborhood of Mr'. How- For General. Purposes:
hold upon him and make a man of him Caesar-Walker's, Scott, Foresman ells place Very moderate. terms. and Street Paving -__...______________ _____..__-- $ 12,600,00udebtedness
again. Draw the drowning man. from entirely ruined by the hot winds, long time to pay. Most desirable. to ] -..----------. __-______?.??_ 15,00000
all of which means that Florida must & Co., Chicago, IJl.CiceroJohnson. own one of the finest little farms so Sewer. Improvement' ___________-_. .___..?._. 12,60000
the water resusticate him and
see & Kingery-Scott near the city Write to the owner
how he the effortsof produce more foodstuffs! this season. W. W. Young. Liberty Center, Ohio 40.000( 09( t
readily appreciates Foresman & Co., Chicago, Ill.VirgilKnapp'Scott . or Inquire of .H. M.. Breaker. Klsalmmee For Municipal Industries: v .
the one who rescued him. The country must be led and Flora . 4-8mos Flectrle Light Improvement. 7.000 0080.DOO
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I ida can be counted on to produce Foresman Water Works Improvement----------------. .00OUTSTANDING .
The new.paper is to extent more
owner
agreat & Co. Chicago Ill WOULD LIKE TO HEAR from
..public institution but too often the than her share of the food.-Ft. Lauderdale who has good body of round timber 87.5 011.OC"
Latin railroad. Full COUPON '
> Composition-Baker and En. for sale close to par NOTES
citizens of a community forget that Herald. ticular.'in lo.cation General, Indebtedness -------. .. --.- 80.0H.Of-
eJt''r:3etoorrfb: -- ----
glis-The McMillan Co., Atlanta, Ga. terms ata :: :;; BOND INTEREST ACORUBn ) .
all public institutions must ,be sup- t French-Walter Ballard's Begin.' Address. Box 1041 Orlando, Fla. Accrued and Unpaid to Mar 81, ..17'.. 1.7UI:
81-6t-pd (On Bonds and Note) .
; ,.rte4 and thai; they fulfill their des- Mayor Giles of Orlando is a member ner's French, (first year), CharlesScribner's .

tjny only to the extent their support of the Sanford board of trade. Mr. Sons, Atlanta, Ga. FOR BALE-BOO Z-year-old Seedling : 8189,233.00SCHEDULE
Trees Price 15e each C
a makes possible. Too often the idea Giles says he has no Interests in San- French' Reader, Walter :Ballard's H.Grapefruit Funk,' Klsslmmee Fla. 11-tf .. ..
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gains ground that} public institution ford, but expects to keep vp his memo Chas. Scribner's Sons. DWELLINGS for rent. Apply to M. IV. :

Is self supporting and that it is to be bership in the board of trade of that German-Walter and Krause' Be. Tiller. STATEMENT OF FIXRD ASSETS I

i.. ridden hard without thought of com city for the good it is doing this sec- ginner's-German .(first year), Chas. AUTOMOBILE ROAD MAPS ONLY :me 'M....... alllt.181. I

pensatlon. That is the theory that tion of Florida. This is co-operation Scribner' Sons, German reader, same Pocket, complete size and Florida newest Auto edition.RoadMap City Department.Offices -_u___?_..__.?_--...... Land. Buildings. Equtr.n.inot: ,;

m !baa wrecked many a promising newspaper of the right kind and if this section OfTer'for short time only. On sale at Electric Light and Water.-_.... ...__.. 7000.00 I .IIOO.OO' 9n:1I: .:OO
author, same publisher. Valley Gazette otnee. JOlt Fire ?.?_-_-''-"'..._-. ,.?...,?.--? S5000 10000.00
r ''Just as it has wrecked public of the state had more men of the Giles Police =; 500 00 1,500 00
Spanish-Fuentes and Francois t ------- ----- --- ----- ----
QENKKAL FARMING Is profitable In Street ... _._ 260000: ? 1:000:00: : 2.60000
u libraries and boards of trade. and stamp it could set a pace that wouldbe Practical Spanish Grammar, both Florida. To know Florida's possibilities Public t ;.ndkBanltary.u-.-.--------... .10.000.00 15000.
,I otberpublic matlt tlons. for live stock and poultry Street Lrhta.=:White Way----r-- 400.00
difficult follow.
t to published' by the McMillan Co., Atlanta raising dairying fruit and truck Vacant Lots ... ..._ 10000 '
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There is only one way for a community o Ga.Bookkeeping. growing read the Florida Farmer C _____.___...__?........-.. 2.00000: .
\J to have real newspaper-do and Homeaeeker. Six months' trial Street Paving (Brick)___ ...__Un_?_ 125,00009
: a -Ellis' Practical, with subscription, 26 cents Sample copy Sidewalks . .. 100,000,
Editor Lambright of the Tampa ; : -- ----------- ---- ---
'Dot ride it but it. When it is free. Address Florida Farmer and Sewers .... ._...... ,
r support : -- -------- -" 10.000.00.
:: Morning Tribune, has been appointed accessories AlJIyn & Bacon, New Homesteeker: Box SCO Jacksonville-tf, Bulkheads aad Piers...._.:.._,.._..,., !,000.00 _
t 'prosperous, support it all the more, ; York. Fin aa Surface Drainage 26.000 00
acting postmaster of Tampa to fill .
Hard Surfaced Streets---------------- 10:000:00: : _
yfor it Is then that it furnished
j; only can do its the until I Commercial Arithemetie-Moore IT..Minera'American FOR RENT-A three-room ,
position a
permanent postmaster flat with modern conveniences. W.
best work. And remember
always $22,100 112,850.00 8886.060.00Lands
Book Co. Atlanta B Harris, Gazette office. 2-tf
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can be appointed under the .
.'1"; that others judge a town by the.newspaper Ga. ...__-__11___.____ _. .. $ !2.1 00'.(1)
civil service size' wicker baby ---- --- -------------- --- ----- .
SALE-Larlt'e .
rules. Tampa owes Lam- FOR, Buildings . . ...__ __ ._._ __ 12.R6000 ,
'y it reason' -- - u.u -
supports. bright more than it will ever be able Commercial Law-Lyons'-Lyons cab able In Inquire good condition.at..20 i.Bryan Price fit 82tf Equlpment-,. ::::::::::::-: .--: ._.._:-_____..__.....____:-..:... 386,06009
'i This is not a plea for support for & Carnahan ; Ill. "! !
to and if he wants the job Chicago .
pay, per $421,00009Detail
.i'i (the Commercial Thanks to the support FOR SALE-A new 8100 Holton Baritone
he Florida dealers, school superinten. and for f8B. Silver
manently should be allowed to Horn case
of above lie .
we are given we are willing for sand blast finish, gold plated bell. J. on with City Clerk. ,
w : dents high school, principals
are '' .
take the examination for it without urged M. Huffman, St. Cloud, Fla. 3-tf !-- - -- -- -
Xeesburg to be judged by its news-
competition. to make jevery effort! looking to securing
3; "!jpaper-and others tell us they agree. an Immediate'supply of these Ol.n OLIO-000d I'AI'KHS FOR for wrapping BAI.fS-lOe purposes A BUN. i I

'M... (But it does apply-elsewhere.-Lees- o books as none others can be used in eta Apply at Valley lOttFOR PLUMBING .

j* burg, Commercial. II. If. McCreary has sold the the high schools of Florida beginningwith BALIS-Half Section good unim-I I SHOPS :

,.vf: Gainesville Sun to the Pepper Print proved land In South Dakota for "
this term of school .
as providedby Florida grove property. Inquire at -
f The prompt action of her farmers ing Co. and retired from the news the- law under which this adoptionwas this of lice. 36tf FOR SALE ;;

.' :"Jast spring in answering the nation's paper business. Editor McCreary, in made. IF YOU WANT to rent your house see j

., ,call I for more food brought result! point of service is one of the oldest Ninety per cent of the books recommended M. Q. Kibbe & Co., Waring Building 6-2t .-

Which( surprised herself as well as newspaper men in Florida and the influence by the subcommissionwere On ;
;: IF YOU HAVE farm or city properrvyou account of other interests I I.am offering -
i-. ;jpther, st tes.- This was only a begin- he has exerted for the goodof adopted. want to sell right, nee M. G.

': 1nlng, however and the totals from Gainesville, as well as for the entire Klbbe slmmee A, 'Florida Co, Waring, Building, }Kls<-2c .. my 'Plumbing Shops and Fixtures for

next spring's rop'wlJ1 hold more surprises state, will long be felt and rc- That "business conditions in Klasim- '1
% sale at bargain.. exclusive
membered. Here's FOR BALE-Second-hand piano, cheap a Only plumb-
in store. hoping the new mee are improving is evidenced this for cash. Apply to A. J .McOon-

.- l 0 owners of the. Sun will keep up the week when the Dollar Limit Store-received ough B-tt'' ? c"_ ing shop in Kissimmee,. and ,,is a good

,JBrery: 'American soldier who goeswhere good work which Mr. McCrettry. has a solid car load of goods for BUY YOUR TOMBSTONES and monu.l; ; I
laid ments at old prices of five :years ago., propositipn for any one'' desiring an '
is life'will be endangered will down. the local trade. G. W. Persons pro War prices nor high labor out no figure . M
.Z"taaabout his'neck on 'whlch 0 when YOU buy from W. D..1. I I established' '
.. business.
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prietor of the store has just returned Bummer Klsslmmee Fla. ".eow J fe

.wm. e printed his name his registration Citrue County: The county com from the Eastern 'markets where he I'

"'number and hi* regiment. In missioners have made a levy to pay selected the .largest shipment he has Drive Out Malaria Builds Up System "

.'.4',-of death he may thus. be;-identl-' for the preliminary,work of tick eradi purchased since opening. his establish OROVR'S The Old SUadird TAUTBUCaa genera cnUl stmtclbeala TOM 1C.drives Scale eat' : R. L. STARLING, Kissimmee, ,Fla.


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. '" 'F .THE" KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, AUGUST 24,' 1'17 It -''' FIVE, .

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**iva m* *' .' ** *ll** *m 0 Mrs. F. J. Van Duzcr visited friends George A. Marshall! of Providence, I I

in' Lakeland this week. .. CONGRESSMAN SEARS R. I., Is visiting In the city. *

Gr&.ystoi\e Casino Good eyesight is Insured! by good P. K.. Weaver, of Klsiimmee. la in

tH glasses as mad.. and fitted. here. W. URGES WAR GARDENS; the city' on a business visit, and b Closing

E. Sanderson & Co., 26 Broadway.Fred registered at the Leon.-Ft. Myers i
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Matinee, 3:30: Evening, 715.: Program for Week of Aug.,27 Bass of Kissimmee was visitor ADVOCATES ECONOMY Press, Wednesday. [

to the city for the day.-Even'inlr B.: Beacham, Jr.,+ was down from

r*' 4 MONDAY TUESDAY Reporter Star. Orlando Saturday night looking after Out

Astra Film" fesaajasir- .......... \VII- Harel lokw4 ad May"Alll.eIra. . Hanking Hon. W. J. Sears returned to Wash. his 'moving picture business at the
I. PIDGIN I"LAND. Mr. and Mrs W. G. have
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V.rrtae7 I. "KIIK IN. A "i.*7.T..< I'm** Trae l... .. t\e ington Tuesday to continue his dutiesin Graystone Theater. Mr. Beacham and
A Pa.he Gold Rooster P..,. Ted.t announced the birth of a son on .
0{ Congress. ' his father'-returned recently from an :
August 16th. He has been named
WEDNESDArTrl THURSDAY He has been ,spending a well earned extended visit through the North.' i So -First
Beginning
pt.
..Kle Flrtsjren Cosapasiy frfnrmimKml ...... Bcnjaman.Millner..
CorporaTlosi P. vacation with his here duringthe
B...... !. "HAIM'I Ni K,,"" Fox Fllssj family Mrs. M.\ : A. Geiger will spend the
A Triasia-le rnasrdr"HIS GLADYS BROCKKL.1"TUB < W. B. Crawford end family and time the senate has been struggling
H ONE MJiHT HTAND"Am I. winter in DeLand, where her son, L.,
.. ... NOEL OF. SATAN""C..EMICAL Miss Kathleen Bearden motored up to with the food bill the house
Jeff I. ,
1" CALAMITY"V' Orlando for a few hours' stay last agreeing to take up no new measurestill ,
for the year. During their I next week' Bonafide
SATURDAY Saturday afternoon. paper,,
that
\ problem was disposed of.
FRIDAY. absence, their residence will be
Greater \....cr.p. I.e. Presvat WIMFHHD' ALLEN ..' Roy, White, conductor on the Mid. Congressman Sears 'sajd to. a representative leased to Mrs. C. M.' Richards" tit Close Out Sale Begins ;

Karle Wltlla..d ('orsile. OrlflHfctm JACK IJKVKRHAUX MADE -OOIV Is. land, was called last ''week 'to Wilmington of the .Gazette:, Wellston, Ohio, who is an old time
THAT
\. ".. A, I> ."rrllTe'1'"" MTOLEN story. that T!tEAT"rIlE I* sore to Also. a MAN O..R..I Trla..le ('.....-'., ,-.N. C.; on business.\ lie was. "We are in the war: to win and we friend of Mrs. F. S. .Souders. Saturday Sept. First

pl..... "A bAJUMUHY CLEAN UP"ADMISSION ,. relieved by Robert Strain. will.win if we pull together. Of ,
j Misses Mildred ,Winn and
course, no one can tell how long the Orpha
Marshal G. W., Overstreet and famIly Rose will leave Thursday for Cape
conflict will last"but, I look for :an
i
10 and 15 CENTS motored over to Daytona Beach Girardcau, Mo. Miss Winn is grad-
ORCHESTRA a
J.- "fBALCONY 5 and 10 CENTS early peace and am confident that the TaylorsGroce!
and spent the day enjoying the surf uate of the Missouri State Normal I ry
PLEASE NOTE-Hereafter our evening ihowi will start at 7:15, btr next twelve months will. see its ac
: bathing ]last Sunday. (complishment." School there and has accepted a position r
o'dock.
stead of 7:00 I
Congressman W, J. Sears returnedto He said the thought of- the entire as mathematics'teacher in one of II

i. his duties in Washington on nation was centered' on war and at the high schools of the city Miss ,I .

''"' Wednesday; after spending.two weeks its capital city no one thought or Rose "will enter the preparatory deemed according to law. tax deed will
Issue thereon on the 16th day of Sep
I ,. vacation here with.his family. talked of anything else than war. !, school for teachers.- tember., A. D. 1811. .I
: ITEMS 1 I Ii .
1 L.
INTERESTING LOCAL l J OVERSTRKET
-- - -- --. Mrs. W. A. 'Sargent and small That every interest had become sub- I Mrs., Sarah Prevatt, who has been Clerk of Circuit Court 'Osceola County
i, I 1 granddaughter of Avon Park, arrived servient to the one issue.< visiting relatives at Bradentown returned -I Florida. 16-tt \ ,

',J _fOGO 09 000.00 00'00 00 U ootKf Butterick Patterns at Quality Store. Monday to visit her daughter, Miss In referring to.the food' control bill, I home Tuesday, Henson, Joe? NOTICE' or. APPLICATION FOR TAX

S. J. Entriken of Narcoossee was Marion Sargent. I he said: and,daughter; Miss Jeannette; and her DKKII ENDER: SECTION ale AND

f,4.Weather i i Report greeting his many friends in this city . I 'Iam, satisfied that itwill bring ,,guest Mtsq! SaalWokter! o tit, "1'f1t1"N'N r5fr EY: '1'll"y1'1''E"uli1DA Eli.t1.. T.ATfJ: : .

Tuesday .__ Mre i.J. A-., Tindal. !] tnd dauzhterjfft.; ttawi! ,f;;tlVrfffrTH-w VtaW 1.CTnie 'hbtorello last week ,

': .. . I' -".'_""'" 1... ,,,. the !'st: Fda3T'for''TK5'| iimnlce.where ey ; to bring about desired results. It is and joined her. The entire party returned NOTICE 1 I. hereby-, given that J. d!
OT. v" olin Pugh;former conductor on J. \V. Tit Tax
will visit Mrs. T. Little for leveral' u. purchaser of Certificate
', Following are daily temperatures -' Sugar Belt, has been relieved by J. true that the people demand immedi in the car, accompanied by No 624 and IUt.d the.6th day orJuly. l'
and precipitations as reported days. -Morning Sentinel, hurday. i 'ate action and censure congress for Frankie Woodall, who was at Brad .A.In I). ha* filed sail I certificate '
A. Murrell. nryoffice and has made application
by Government stationat 'Mr. and Mrs. Button and son, Gordon -i any delay, but they must bear"in mind .entown on a two weeks' visit.R. for tax deed to Issue. In accordance .
Kinslmm foh week end. Men's Dress Shirts, same bid price, and the vast area of this country and the to law.. Maid certificate eitfi-
with Miss Maurine Dann I Schildre who has been brace the following land lying and being ..
1917 spending
ing August 23, : Store. situate In Florida
at Quality diversity of interests to be considered Osceola County
Turner
Ralph were a pleasant auto '
Mac 1-Hn. Rain the summer at Sioux Falls, South to-wlt! a,
Mlsl.'Willa'Base returned Monday party spending Sunday at' Daytona when making helpful l legislation. Lot 84. Semlnole Land ft Invr Co.'*
Dakota, wher he is engaged in" the Fub-Dlvn of of and Lot 4. of
KH NKVi
__. _9272 .42 brother
Friday a'month's her question
from visit to Without the laboring .
Beach. I has Hectlon Thirty-two (u), Township.Twenty
real estate business been visitinghis
Saturday _.___90 73 Lonnie Bass, at Tampa. class must have some relief front the -*!* tZ ) South, Rang Thirty
a Sunday .__..-89 71 .78 Layman's meeting at S o'clock i high coat of living and if the presentbill family hero for the past two Cloud.80) East, and Lot 10, Block' 'III. St. '

...__.79 72Tuesday Mrs. M. A. Geiger and son, L. D., Sunday aftemon at Methodist Sunday' weeks. Mr. Schilder states that he The said land being. assessed!
Monday fail to bring it about will
and 'I we pass Hi the date of Issuance of ..uchert'rtlft..at.
will leave Saturday for Apopka school Ins has found buslneas this
_____80 72'Wednesday rooms. These meetings are one that docs." good sum- ..* In the name of Unknown.
___87 72 .41 Orlando-to visit friends. spiring and uplifting. Come join \is mer. lie left today for Dakota to re* Unless said Certificate shall be r.d..W..d ..-
He strongly urged the people of according to law tax deed will
Thursday -_'1"83, 73 Nux and Iron, the tonic tablet is in a short service. this district to plant small gardens of main the balance' of the jcason, but ls..*9 thereon on the Ztth day oC' Sep
tember, A. D. lilt.
to return to Kissimmee about .
.O.CC ooooOC..OOOOOooFire guaranteed to get results. CORNER Emil Mach and Fred Bass event varied vegetables wherever it was expects I I Court.OweolaRCounly
December 1st, when he will probably Clerk of Circuit ,
.
DRUGSTORE. last Saturday Iri. Orlando looking possible. This, he said, will serve I Florida. lSt
bring down a party of homeseekers. I I
Insurance. See A. E. Drought.E. Otis Stephens, of the Palace Drugstore after matters connected with the new more. than one purpose.' It will ad
t tI
t ft W. Collars. Quality Store.E. left! Sunday for Alabama, wherehe garage which the Mach Bros. have the government in its great problemof NOTICE; OF. APPLICATION FOR" TAX

will spend his vacation visiting just opened in that city. increased food production. Everyfhing'which I DEED UNDER SKCTIO J BT4 AND. REEDS: : ?
and have GENERAL STATUTES OF
+ P, Rogers family mov- be produced at home DTK
relatives can I
ed permanently to Akron, Ohio.E. George W. Overstreet and Roma will aid transportation and aid in THE! STATE! ) OF. FLORIDA. .
Miss Edna Schweikart has returned Thomas took their families to Day- .
&: W. Shirts, no fade. Quality solving the car shortage"whlch .maybe NOTICE; Is hereby given that David I
e from :Tallahassee, where she-was en- tona Beach Sunday. for a week's visit. Jennlmc, purchaser of Tax Certificate Home
Store. rolled as a' student iri' the state summer Messrs.. Overstreet and Thomas re- a vital issue for the next few I No. 770 and. 818. dated the Sth said day of Bakery
months. July. A.D. im has filed certificate I
? Thomas Lamb and family have school turned home in the evening. j j I U my office and has made application '
4a moved from Orlando avenue to a cot- /,0 \j. It will\ substantially lower the cost for tax deed to Issue In accordance -

r tare ,on Mabbette street. q:L Bandy and family were among Lieutenant Marion Farmer, who of living and have a tendency to bring the to following law. Said: described certificate property embrace -

those, enjoying'the ocean breezes at has been home on a two weeks' fur- about good times in the community.i Hunted in Osceola County, Florida, '

"' Mr. and; Mrs. S. J. Entriken of Daytona Beach Sunday' They motored lough, will leave Monday for Camp ;i i He urged the people to use the to-wlt Lot e. Block II, St. Cloud,. and Lot. ,HOT.EL'DUVA"'L.

e Narcoossee left for New York Tuesday over for the day Gordan, near Atlanta, where he will I care and judgment in planting these Block 54. Bt CloudThe 11'j JACKSONVILLEOpposite
% said land being e.eed at the ,
cold
hot and
postofnce
via Clyde line. bestationed. Lieut. Farmer is an officer date of Issuance of such certificate. In
war gardens they would exercise in water elevator telephone rate
Mrs. G. M. Shearouse Jr. is visit- ; ; ;
I the name of T. A. Horn and C. Penner.' bath
I Misses Lois'and Eleanor Overstreet ing,.. Shearouse's parents at,Guy- in the reserve corps. i I any'other project and to avoid plant- Unless said certificate hall be redeemed I I .room on. same without room. 11.50, $;1)with two bath per a
0. J.; ing sour This he said wouldbe according to law, fax deed will $160, and ,two person lame room
are guests of their aunt, Mrs. ont Ga.. She expects to return home G. B. Munn; formely; a member of yround. l..ue thereon on the ZBth day of Sep ..

Cook, at Haines City.' the first of September. + Company B. has enlisted in the U. S.'I' certain of only' disastrous results tember. "A. D. 1817.J L. OVERSTRKEJT.. ; ; ( W S. JONES MsTT. .,.

aviation Corps as machanic, and is and by a waste of !seed and fertilizer Clerk of Circuit Court, Osceola. Count,
Corset newest *
;r + "American Lady Dr. H.< S. Geiger will leave in a few would hinder the Florida. II-It
now statlond at Fort Scrcven! Ga. : government in its
styles, all guaranteed. $1.00 and up days to report for duty at Fort Ogle- i 1 r.
He expects to,be transfecred to Buf-i j II task of feeding its people and its NOTICE OF. APPLICATION FOR TAX I
at Quality Store. thorpe, Ga. Dr. Geiger volunteeredfor falo, N. T/as sergeant, mechanic in j allies.in,, place of helping. DEED UNDER SECTION 11I14 AND''' The Dining Room ;

", Jim'Johnson_,and ,family(.spentjthe service and 'received an appointment ',.. v \ " "" is.The '1I; ?"Or to be avoided 'is 5711;,f,C1KNKRAI.. HTATlTTUfl!, OFlay i
factory \\\I:\:;' }; e,thing a hys-i, .
\ week-end at Daytona Beach ln search in the medical. reserve''corps., ,; J JlyjMrand ," ,"t ,! :e.4,: ,),..i.t1a:; }( 'J": llvI.: ;J\'fi\ t terical view pfithe situation.' he 'said.This"'country'never '. T..M1IJTATIe"O..d..LORIDA.tjl! '. ..':.. .: ,. OF THEManhattan I
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I 1\of rest and. recre tlolg:! .; {{, :i i.) i ; Miss '. ,boys oi CompanyaBweredeeply'touched j 'has starved and" OTICE 1. '(riven that Albert "
... ; MrsF/C.i Bryan'and .
M \'. ,,\\\'Ii''t.\: > ; \ 'Sunday;when Mra.? Emily: i Dlefcmlorf purchaser. of Tax Certificates Hotel
,A. S.Gilbert motored to*Daytona Claribel McGehee, Messrs. Edgar and 'I never will." It is the patriotic duty No.1.6b and SS7 dated the Sth day v
'" Barrett, who lives at' 504, Verona i 1 of July. 1815. bas filed Bald. cor.tlficate ,
_Saturday to join his family and to Frank Bryan, and Charlie McGeheewere street, presented the with a of every one to exercise economy and In my office and has made ,application I
the week there. the Kissimmee people company well within his means but economy far tax deed to Issue In accordance I
spend among beautiful M will be opened the firstof
flag. This was the property to law Said certificate embrace I
motoring to Daytona Beach Sundayfor should not be carried to the extreme. the following described property
< Mrs S. G. Ragsdale of Plant City the of the late C. W. Barrett, who was'a The merchants must live and regular situated In Osceola County, Florida September
is visiting her Mr. and Mrs. day veteran of the Civil War. towltLot: :
parents, :
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1 I I channels of business should not beinterrupted. 22,. Block 4. 8t Cloud and Lot I
H. M. Pfann. Rev. W. D. J. Sumner returned home 77. Dlock 1K2. 8t Cloud. MRS. R. B. SAVAGE
Joe Prevatt of Kissimmee, was tb e- There is doubt that said .. .
no Th< lends being **essed 'oj)
,;,' The pen that's right Writes Right. been last week visiting from relatives.Georgia where While he had guest of his sister, Mrs. Bird, last America has been wasteful and ex- at the. date. In the of name Issuance of A. Uttx of sucheertlflcates Unions .''. Owner and Mgr. ]. i ,3S-2t aa

., .PARKER LUCK "CURVE. $1.00 to away week.-The Leesburg Commercial.Mrs. travagant. This must be corrected said certificate. shall be re- .
Mr. Sumner suffered attack of
$5.00. CORNER DRUGSTORE.Mrs. ,, an W E. Smith of Kissimmee, but, now more than rver, is demandedof ,

J. J. Overstreet returned Tues Illness. from which he is. now reco..ring. who has been the guest of Mrs. R. C.I I'!, the people that they use their reasoning W. H. ARNOLD ALAN .. I

.. Smith, left hero for Tampa yesterday. powers and careful judgment::
day to her home in Orlando after several
'4"r:, weeks' visit to her mother, Mrs. Miss Mallie Folks left Sunday to be .-dearwater Daily News. i i I in maintaining a sane, middle course!!( ARNOLD & ;:'r
the guest of her sister Mrs J. E. Bur s
,
between and
\.' T, G. Duke. Misses Alberta Hopson' and Elsie extravagance economy. Contractors, Engineers,
ti- gess, of St. Petersburg, for a few Norton left Friday night on their twoweeks' I I Joe Is a greet believer in the theory et

,! T. G. Duke and daughter, Miss. days, and will visit relatives in Clear- vacation. They will,, visit the'latter's that good times are largely a matterof DARLINGTON AVE. &

Ruby Duke, returned Monday from a water and Lakeland on the return at Dundee and at public opinion and that any com-
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trip.M. other points. Miss Hopson will ex- unity can bring upon its self the cal V- ill.4t--" V"" V"" 011- .

Georgia. Katz returned Monday from tend her trip to Leesburg, where she amity of money stringency should its

ri, T. J. Smith, Midland engineer, left New York and Baltimore. He was will be the guest of relatives. citizens think and talk of nothing else

last week on a trip to Utah, Colorado met at Sanford by Mr and Mrs. Ed- Word has been received by relativesin than hard times. Bearing thU in I

and California. lie is being relieved gar Katz and Mrs. A, W. Bailey and the city that Holland Clark a for mind he said it was the duty of every Shoes Shoes Shoes )

one to put aside the shadow of the
by Mack Connell. made thereat_ of the trip by automon- mer sergeant of Company B, and a :I
sr ; bile. war cloud, horrible as it is, and to be
Dr. M. J. Hicks left for Daytona well known Citizen of Kissimmee, has
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as pessimistic
possible
as looking
Beach Saturday to ,join his daughter, Mrs. Luther Farmer has returned entered the second officers' training
toward the early termination of the }
.
Mrs. Pierce, and granddaughter, Miss home from Orlando, where ahe has camp at Leon Springs, near Dallas, conflict. Spring' and Summer Footwear. .

Lucy. for an outing. been undergoing treatment in a hospitaL Texas. Congressman Sears does not expert: '
.. Her friends will be glad to Miss Adah Louise :
many has
;- r-',.- Jennings Prevatt came up:fromP" Simpson returned to return home again till\ Congress We 'Have It!
she
know is now rapidly recoveringfrom from the Fairmount school
Camp Hammock, to spend the week- at adjourns, probably about the first of
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Mrs. Sarah Pre- her illness.: Monteagle, Tenn. The school has. been October. Shoes for the family '
: < end with his mother, t : every member of ,
discontinued for the present and Miss
.
' vatt. Mach Bros. have rented a garagein
:;( Simpson 'will enter some other educa- Shoes "as .
Orlando, which they are having fit- are. good as new" when

,;, l'who Ii. Miss has Ren Turner Miss of Inverness Alemena, ted up in first-class shape for the win tional institution when the fall terms repaired at the Broadway .Shoe..Shop.: Complete array of 'IIiMen's
been visiting
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.. ter business. The Machs have secured opens. A. A. Witz.
'1 Leitner, returned to her home last the agency in Orange county for Miss Mabel Barclay, who has been Low Cut Summer Shoes; elegant

".....week. Cole cars. spending the past two weeks with Holmes County: Corn Cotton> and Footwear for Ladies, Misses, and Children .

)": Sumter Leitner, a prominent attorney her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Barclay peanuts are all good in the Esto dis j

;';i.r"..."IJ.f., of Arcadia, spent two weeks' va. Hon.from W. Kissimmee'J. Sears and family drove and left Thursday for Sioux City, Ia. trict. The club goys are 'now putting ; Great Display White Kid and 1 .

, v f-: :. ;cation here, visiting his mother and over Tuesday While en route she-will visit friends their hogs on full' feed to get them Canvas Shoes. J
are spending a' few days at the .Sil- at Aberdeen N. -C for market the latter of .
'.r .sister, returning home last Tuesday. I .:, and in Des ready part .
ver-Sea Hotel. Mr. Sears ia puttingin I Moines,Iowa. September

,'. Though somewhat belated, the his time fishing.-New Smyrna I 1'
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': ,. rainy season is now on In earnest and Breeze, Friday. I .. Straw Hats !,;
the sweet in this
laage potato acreage .
Mr. and Mrs, W. D. Denham and ,
,'. Ticnlty ia being greatly benefited by: The'Best is Always the Cheapest
'4 'the showers. : Mrs. H. Fletcher 'of Bartow, were Most complete variety, sizes, shapes and ..
:& daily guests last Sunday of Miss Alemena I

:,',1i "'' .Hudson Bass has purchased the Leitner and her mother. Mrs. Den. styles. Up-to-the Minute ,Goods, Prices t /

"r'' .'+ "sOiif"tountaln" and fixtures in the ham and Mrs. Fletcher are sisters of "SWEET ORR"Overalls Are'Right. ",

-#_, '! Graystone Casino building, which he Miss Leitner. ; "i .j,) :,1| I -* .
i eo1d' sOl1le'time and opened up
,
< ago
J. J. Carson of Reynolds, Ga., spenta
'1 the business again this week. and Pants
; few days here visiting his brothers,

'f" + Mrs, Uissonri Bronson, 'who has C. A. and N, B. Carson. Mr. Carson Union',Made H. C. .STANFORD COMPANY

;111, been spending the past two' weeks 1 was accompanied by Ferdinand Ricka, ....

. ,, with her niece Mrs. J. H. Burton, of also of'Reynolds. While here '
' t I l 'they The "
"OU Reliable Sit> Dealers ill OtceoU Gouty.
:f \Qr ando, left yesterday for her home : visited the! Carson Cattle Company's Quality Store, Inc.

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KIT -...... KISSIMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY AUGUST 24, I91* -V-i _-, .
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as the lower pods on a bunch beginto UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMENTALLAHASSEE

Serve Your crack open or turn brown. They I County Agents' Report GAINESVILLE ,

t Country should be gone over at least once a High Moral Intellectual Standards College of the Highest Rank :\1

G Gllh1o)$ F J EB 'week and all bunches' having brownor I. Aljjchua. County: The principal Liberal Arts Law, Agriculture, Engineering ton Liberal', l'hyalral.Education.Art., JDducatl n. Music, Art.,
opening pods should be cut and: i I settle owners in every community in , Education( Graduate :School;; Economics. ,
spread in the sun in the place where the county ere manifesting a deep Send for Catalogue and' Views. Writ tor''Catalogue and Book 'Espre.,1.'' '

; SELLS they are to 1 be dried. The spikes interest NT the matter of tick eradica- 28-13t A. MURPHREE, Pres. EDW.

must be turned occasionally kept tion. The county, commissioners have ,

Fire Life Accident and protected from moisture. The yieldis been asked for an appropriation to ' < e > Vyvyv yyvTrTfTi-irTr rTrTr- "hif'
,
estimated at from fifteen to. thirty begin the'preliminary work.

Health ,"?late_ Glass. Liability bushels per acre, price varying from I. : : s 'l.

80c to .$roO. (. per bushel. .. in normal' 1 Taylor County: An excellent crop D.C.WanerInsuranceAgenCy :.' r
and Boiler Insurance. times., of cotton will be made in this countyin

Exec'utedSame The pulp of castor beans contains \ spite of the boll weevil.: Two-thirda 2nd Floor Citizens Bank Bld'., Phone No. 30.
Legal Bonds, RAISE MORE TO EAT a Very poisonous element, although.i' of the farmers are burning the fallen i f. .

Day Needed. (SAVE WHAT' YOU RAISE castor oil is not poisonous. Care squares., The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Co.
i I'' i ij
should be taken to keep the bean) j
lti.e.tlo. A.Hy....NeIL.." irr d.e.lr' away from 'children since two: of the j i Clay County: Manx "thefarmers, t WE REPRESENT TH&AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK, HART- f \

... beans might sufficient to are selecting their sed' corn in the FORD AND MANY OTHER FIRST:CLASS .FIRE INSURANCE t. N'
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OFFICE:: State Bank Building; Mr. W. M. 0. $ . Drpt. M. prove pro. I '
More'' the hundred. cattle COMPANIES. ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO,
I VII..B .A Toomrr Perttll..r C....., duce, serious 'if not fatal' effect. [ field. than, ''
..1..111Fl... J Horses will eat the beans freely Ifgiven ,;' were dipped in one week and, some of AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF'FIRE- : '
the farmers running their horses' t LIFE ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE ;
the opportunity, and |. are TORNADO"p"p:
ftvery
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tO..' Otoooooo.. Castor Scans ,. ticks S; PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive j
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small number will kill) a horse. Sheep through the"' t1 to clean the BURGLARY- _
M.. TILLER'Real Pleane! give all the' informationpossible" : are reported to have been poisoned by off them.' .
I I Insurance
about raising castor beans I .. -yj;
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eating castor beans, although the j
Estate Agency. I in Florida. Jackson Count:: Aleut 150,000 tin X f
press cake is said not to be poisonous > ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. "
...fe.e..teee.eeee..e.e.e....: Answer: As you know, the production ; cans and half as many glass: jars have *
to paultryand cattle., I IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION:
of castor beans been, sold to farmers in this county t
Realty bought and sold. commercially We have heard it1! said that, the castor AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION. .
,thin take of the Surplus .
to care :
1\ Houses rented. is a new project for Florida, but (fag- beans grown'in Florida were lacking : season .
tor,, beans have' abundantly fruit'and vegetables. .....
most
grown I
Taxes paid and Titles verified J in ,oil contents, therefore were I --- .:
for non-reiidentt. here wherever they have been not of great value commercially, I Brevard County: All of the cattle '
Fire. Life and Accident In- $ started. The U. S. Dept. of ''Agriculture and hogs brought into the county aS a FOR SALE---CASH PREFERRED {
Washington D. C. pots out ,
a Grass on Prairie LandI
:
surance. i result' of the, recent purchasing': trip . ,.

Indemnity Bonds.oaaea'oaaoa .- vise circular you on send castor. for- beans.it, but Would"ad until such,I Iibia cleared.am having Would some it be better prairie to burn land are their giving'new Owners.complete The satisfaction demand forssssBKrir to One,block of Five Lots in youth Part pf Town. 250'foot ,_ '

1.mi'fn. t-n fT'-.' |> tl1tU, ;, %iWfeS; f .!dSB! printci vrn 1 jty tiWl'! xcee>i ed.th es u.PPiY! front, 208,foot depth. Rich Muck.Soil adapted for .
ing will be of service. .
:
'.O'O'OOO'oO.' notice in ono,of your ar ticl"esyou :; ; T anFOP.Tru; ar..6rowing. ghtu.r1: in l .
r ? l\.tII\9.&itx.;
M Soil which produces good corn Is __
Say "Qnly dry matter should be Santa Rosa County: At a meeting '
suitable. The ground should be prepared worked into the soil as the turning i in Juniper August 3, a livestock ditch. Make your home pay for itself.! .

; C. W. GRIFFIN as for com.and the seed sown Under of green vegetation forms i breeding association was organized to Apply VALLEY: GAZETTE.: :
as early in the spring es possible poisonous compounds."' Several of be known as the Juniper' Livestock.

Staple and FancyGROCERIES after danger from frost is over. the old-timers here s-y; ."burn it off" !'Association.. The breeds of stock will
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Since the seed do not germinate very and others say "turn it under." What be decided on 'at a 'ater meeting.
readily it recommended that they shall I do wi'h it 7 '

| be'soaked In luke warm water for Answer! The disposition of the'I', "Madison County: Since the summer

about twelve hours. Two or three grass on your prairie'land 'would be rains have begun<< to fall regularly R. S. FLOYDDealer '

S Free Delivery to All!! Part seed are placed In each hill in rows dependent<< upon the type of grass. I the boll weevil damage is becoming :
three or four feet 'Apart, or in rich If it 'is exceedingly coarse, hard fiber apparent, and the farmers are In
of the CitOOOOOOOOOoO soil, from four to four and a half feet we would approve 'of burning it as it realizing for the first time that the

i apart. It is well to leave a space of I would take a long time for it< to rot, cotton crop will be almost a failure.
>8Q0 .o--: Groceries
about eight feet between every sixth i and besides that there would be great The present indications are that much Ha.y, Grain'a.nd Feed

W. ,B. Crawford Lee Jarrell) and seventh row in, order to permit .difficulty in thoroughly incorporating? less than half a normal yield can be

CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTOKNEYSAT.LAW the passage of a horse and wagon it with the soil. If it is grass that expected. ,Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave. "
when the beans are harvested. A peckof can be mowed' we would say by all
beans<< will plant about five acres. means mow it and let it dry and then Madison County: A new silo- has Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed. !
Offices: 4 6 6, and 7 CitizensBank i ;
Building' When the plants are two or three plow it in if you must do your plow just been completed .for the Purity ;
Klsslmmec Florid inches high the weaker Ones shouldbe ing before the grass naturally dies. Dairy and Stock Farm. Mr. Smith,

removed, leaving only one plantt'o The quotation you make: "Only the owner, has twelve hundred'acresin -
each hill. Shallow cultivation i is I this farm and intends to raise prac .
T. M. RIVERS. M. D: dry matter should'be worked into the "
tlc.al1yall the feed for his herd,of Hoi.
practiced until the 'plants ,
are large soil as the turning under of green 1
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON enough to shade the ground. The vegetation. forms poisonous stein cattle and Duroc-Jersey hogs
compounds"
,,: Office over Osceola Pharmacy: spikes or bunches begin to ripen from Is absolutely'correct Stout Lumber
and I Co.
r Phon. Brildenc. II the Palm Beach County: A recapitulation < ;
Offle 14$. ground and should.be, cut as.soon should be most carefully followed. :
of the accounts of. the Boynton SUCCESSORS MAY-STOUT LUMBER o. .
t Growers and Shippers Association, t
DEALER e
$ IN
i C. F. THRASHER \ I I I. which markets tomatoes exclusively,, -'

SHE El METAL WORICERJ. shows that the total expense for each YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS A;,
Soils Free crate after'it reached the packinghouse ,
M.,., Roof. Pal on and Only From AcidCan .
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Guarantied was thirty-four cents. This included LUMBER'
J
14.R rent, telegrams, crate material, -
PHONE
KISSIM EE. FLA Produce 100 Cent'
per .Crops selling cost, packing and grading, etc.rind ., Novelty Works in Connection
.. is considered a remarkably good
DR. W. W. CARSON With a shortage of'food crops facing the ''nation re 9rd. It is our pleasure to fire yon ei estimates at all times.
not only should every cultivated piece of land be
DENTrST ,
OJfjcs over Pilley Building. " ,,''I"' "" I, Its planted limit, but of productiveness.every acre should be made to yield' ,t Escambia County-: Since the rains Courteous Attention'and .Prompt DeliTery. ." '

omc. Hour: s-ll.v 1-li.Offle. ,.-\ $l\'Ofost Florida soils - **--- r '- -v- Wi ih. Kissimmee Fla.State .f./
Qu Administered'Phon. lit Reildence for Extraction'Phon. S, , though liberally fertilized are acid'orisour,1 cannot, ""yield, maximum! rapidlyTinjthe) cottonlA.fewfields : 1| I . .f.t. /
t ;
'
Teeth 'were'still'free the first the
of
crops until this condition is corrected. ...f\IL.- J"".. t... .. ".
month.' t..1IJ'. t. f\I'. to.. ..lit.. ... I
O. F, KRIBBB W. J. :3TBBI Good ground limestone 'removes acidity, releases ..
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KRIBBS & STEED potash and other plant foods, and increases the mois- I''
f, ATTORNEY AT L.\\V ture-holding capacity of the soil. St. Johns' County: Preliminarywork
_
for tick eradication has been
Legal business of all kinds gives taken in this A few farmers
prompt attention. Mefferts Ground Limestone up county. <
t are directing their energies to
Office 11 and II State Bank Bid*. Bank
Klsslmmee,.Florida.I Increases Yields clearing land for a greater acreage of 1

' Crop. Irish potatoes in the spring.Alacr.ua .
I -
'
I' Fat John.ton O. P. Oarref For the next: few years every extra hamper of of -,.','.,
II JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW vegetables, bushel of corn or box of fruit produced County: The county commissioners Kissimmee ,; '
will bring big' money. The liberal use of Mefferts have levied an assessmentof '
fi Lime may mean increased profits of hundreds of one-half mill to further the work : i

Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Baal dollar of tick eradication in this county. The of the world '
The time to it is now. eyes
Building apply It you have not already There are about fifty vats in the coun ..f"
$ Ktaalrame. FUuJ. ordered do so at once. Send for prices and
I I descriptive' booklet-Ask for any other information ty-end it is estimated that a hundred ,,,,I.
,4 A. TROVILUON. M. D. you need. Write today.Florida. will be required before systematic.

CANCER.. Special GOITRE Attention: TUMORS to and dipping can be done.: are on. the man who :*

DISEASES OF THE SKIN. Lime Co. '
+ Orlando Office-Boardman Building There is a limit to the worth of all

tltolla.m Ocala, Florida things, and where the vegetation is so :
-
Winter Park Office--2 to 4 and 6
coarse and ungainly as it IS on some ,
I to 8 p. m. sepl 6mo pd
prairie,lands the humus matter savedis SAVESPAUSE
..
- not worth the' cost and labor of

LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW saving it. On the other hand, the id

grower should bear in mind that 3 3Tl 1
humus matter is valuable and, every .I 1.I
Waring Building. All the Fertilizer You Want bit of it that'can be saved with any

reasonable economy should .be ,carefully -
conserved and returned to the for; a moment- young man
F'OFRRooms RENT Goods of the same high standard of soil. "

t w unfurnished and furnished. quality, that we have always offered.' give a thought to self. The
' Houses unfurnished and furnished. problems that
,, :Also -city properties, farms, citrus, I confront.you now or
trucking and grazing lands far sale. ]It is true that in comparison with before the LETUR GARDEN will a few years hence. ,

r THE [flIT[ REALTY[ PARLOR war times prices are high, ,and certain mater- YO ,Look about .

r MRS. SUMMERS\ Manager. ials are scarce and hard to. get; but'we have SUPPLY YOUf'!'' yes, in the world;you are-the the men men who of affairs started in to country tare early state in life.station-

207 Bass SU cor. Bra k. N. Kissimmee for months looked ahead and provided for this .

,TWO' blocks: north of Christian church. scarcity in 4 large measure, and can offer( you 41ddd,11 h They hate the respect 'and confidence of the community.
I .
r I Then look on the other side-at the fellows who spend all

J. W. THOMPSON ( [Our Same Old Line, of High Grade GoodsWe :: i personality make-they reflect may ?'have a good time for a while but what doe their they*"" ,


Funeral Director t A dollar -or sa deposited in this bank 1 '
will
also be the
headquarters .
Are for all insecticide and nucleus of

, f-; ANDLICENSED .. fungicide 'materials, and the famous Demin\g GARDEN gFi L ? Make your ,beginning an honorable now-independent today. Your, career.'bank

e EMBALMER and Brown spraying out fib, either large or small I SEED book' "will pu'the way. .
;
l i. Capital stock'---,-------______. ____ ____ $100,000.00: _5'' .

,f Store "and. Chapel), Stewart ,Are.; Wilson&ToomerFertilizerCo.Jacksoni ESPECIALLY ADAPTED over ---------__-_.-______________ 400000.00
FOR YOURSTATEi I .
KJmlram. Via."G. .. J Officers and Directors
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Ie, Florida C. A. CARSON President11.\ ., KATZ and E. L. i 'fV
-SHEAROUSE, .JR. Otis tNSTRUCTIVE'CATa, LESLEY 'V-P., rI ;
ROMA
',1' AND WEEKLY PRICEUSJ> THOMAS Cashier I

Agent Waters & Carson Grocery t SEND>OR.THEtf.TOIVCEAtlARTINSEEDCft' N. C. BRYAN. N.'B. CARSON
Local 1
'fRANK JN LIFE INSURANCE COj; :f Co.r Agents C. A. CARSON,. H. JL.ISHINGE.. M.KATZ.. U LESLEY *
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,; J. WADE TUCKER, Director.,
.Jloo..StattlBaak: (
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F KISSDHMEE VALLEY GAZfTTE,'.FRIDAY, 'AUGUST 24, 1.17' ." ;, sim


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August AD 117. Elisabeth Trudell a* ... .NtN NN N
NOTICE I' Administratrix of the estate of P. E. I... ..... .. .

I Trudell deceased. 18-lt

Legal '
NOTICE OP FILINO COMMISSION. EXCURSION RATES'
KK-S REPORT FOR UPPER, ST. I
Notice U hereby *lT.u that the following described lands or so much : Advertisements :I. JOHNS DRAINAGE DISTRICT.

thereof. will be noeary to pay the amount due for taxes herein. set opposite I

;.. p to th* same, to..etb.r..lth the/ooet of such sale and advertising, will be 11111'II'r-"I" i M i n 1111NOTICB. 'Notice' hereby Liven that all per- FROM KISSIMMEE
one Interested In the following described
sold '..t public auction on the third day of September. A. D. 1117 In front of 0V APPLICATION FOR TAX land and property In Osoeola -; .
the City Hall door at Klsslmmee, County of Osceola and Stalest Florida! County In the State of Florida vis:
\ DEED UNDER ECTIOKCgl T4 AND All the East half of Township Twentyfive -
'. Tax and .... GENERAL STATUTES OF (16) South Range Thirty-four $44.65 New York $42.65 Philadelphia ; '
DESCRIPTION OF LAND. Owner Cost THE STATS OF FLORIDA. 1 (14) East: all the: East half of Township ,
RMS Addition IB Twenty-six (S6> South, RangeThirtyfour 6
". *... SE Cor of Block 11, W of Ry .- (14) East; all the East
run. N10ft.W 100 ft, 810ftffi NOTICE Is hereby a-lven that H. M. half of Township Twenty-seven (17) $50,40 Chicago $40,15 Cincinnati' \ \

100 ft ..._...-_.._.-.Leonard.. F.j...__:_._:_:...,.II.11 Pfann and tax George certlflcate T. Slnreltary.NOt 6 11. dated purchaser South Range Thirty-four (14) East; Y
of all the East half of. Township
\. If. V. B..* Re-Sab Dlv.f ...--.. 1. 1. s' ,. ,',. .,':, ', "na. .4 j.e. the 6th day of July A. D./ 1114. have Twenty-eight UI) South Kahge
.
.. T, .., ., 10. 14 ... IS .. Raws'. > J,' flied said certificate In my office and Thirty-four (14) East Included $44,40 St Louis
A."H'.. have made application for tax deed to within the "Upper St. Johns Drainage
Lots C an*7, Block 14.....;_...___.*-6eolon., D L __.____________,_... ts.os issue. In accordance with law, District" that the Commissioners heretofore -
VMwell' Rr-S. DIv off Let 18 .( Said certificate embraces the follow.InR appointed to assess benefits and '
P.,... Fay A*.ltl.. I described lands; lyinaand being damages to the property and Tickets On Sale With Final Limit 31 st. i !
Lot 11 .-..............................daulden M .. ....___....____.... 8.70 situate In Osceola County State of uate In said drainage IJnd.I to Daily October 1
R. H. P. 0.1.1. Florida' to-wlt: appraise the cash value of the land ;

rotl Block F.,_............. A L ..'..______________. SI.6S BexlH 10% chains. W..rof South center.. of necessary te be taken for rights of THROUGH CARS ,.
Lot 6I toBlock Q..__....................Flteldaon. ......_____________ 8.8S Ruction 1 In Township 26 teat RanaeSS way holding basins and other work.of SLPE QINING
,Ben: NH Cor of Block L. run 8 SO ft .. East North 10 chain. SH said district within or without the

W 166 ft. N 60 ft, B! I6S ft....<....._.Carmlehael. B P....__._________. 1S.SS chains: BO'fth'O chains East SH" limits of said district, Sled their report 'VIA
chains.The In this office on the 15th day of 1
II A Rebl._. A44III. I said lands bent assessed In the August 117 and you and each of you

WNr" Lot 2. Block I.....-...._..Oaulden. M ._*..____?.__.__._. 4.20 name of R. F. Meyers at the date of the are hereby notified that you may examine Atlantic Coast Line i j.
Lotll 7 ck03Blok.6....__..?.?.......Howard. John --?_. ._ 18.OS. Issuance of said cerUllcat....unl... saidiertlflcate said: report and file exception toall
LoOt I, Kl ................:..Howard. John ......-----------_- ...0 \ shall be redeemed according or any part thereof on or before '
Lot S, Block 6.-.._...__..,__..._....Oreenr Mattle 1......__.._..__...:'_ .110 ''to: law tax deed will issue thereon on the first Monday In September, 117. '. Standard Railroad of the SouthFor
All :Block 11 -.......-,.-............Maklnson. W B___..___?._.___.. 11..5HloC'k the-S5th day of September A. D. Itl7. First publication In Osceola County ;
All 11---....._-....-..........Howard John Q ...__+_.._.___.. is.os Witness. my hand ..nel. offlclal seal. 17th of August 117. 1-1
l..ot 6. Block IS_.__......_:__._..u.Tlller. M ....._...__.._.:....__.__. 4.66Heqr this the Und day of Auerust. A. O. 1917.) (Seal) j! F. MITCHELL tickets and reaUo call on ,t
? BW Cor of Lot 4. Block 16. runs. J. U OVKRSTR :!KT.: Clerk of the Circuit Court, Brevard A. M. SMITH J. C. KIRKLAND .
N 78 ft, B 46 ft. 8116 ft. W 48 ft.-Acres. Will _.._?___.______.. 4.5. Clerk Circuit Court Osceola County County, Florida. 36-it T. A KlMimraee. D. P A '
Lot. 6 to 9 Inc. Block 1/_--...Maklnson.. W B Co______.._____.. S4.0Ill.OS Florida.By Tamp t
Klertda ....* A ...". Co.' Addltl A.. H. BUMXJCH D. O. NOTICE
Lot 37t._.............__*......__.*.Edict, M E'......... ___.__._. (Circuit Court Seal) ..-It . . . . .. . . ..... ......... ......... .. .o.o..o. .. ..

Lot SI _._. .?._.......__..-.....Mller E E ..___._.-..:;_...-.._._.._, SS.60 Nolle-Is hereby given that the Board 'f
"..*..U I rle. 6.b-DIv of Lots 511. ,: NOTICE APPLICATION FOR TAX of-County Commissioners of Onooola

. M. er ... ns) DEED UNDER SECTION: 6T4. AND County Florida, will receive bids up' to ..... .. . .. .. .. f fi
.. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. .oo.o ... :
10 .
.. Monday September 17.
Lot 10 and 11. Block O._.;....,._...__ alotte. Eatelle 0...____._._._... 4 flRNKRAL STATUTES OFTHE a. m 117.
Lots 17 and IS. Block O-_,._..._._-..Tanner, Mr W P. .. ... 1,50 nTO. for sale of I1UO.000.00, I"%" aerial bonds
Lots 5, ( and 7, Block H-..........-.Unknown'.. .....:...:::::::::: .. slis STATE OF FLORIDA. Special Road and Bridge District No.1. 1 1i
4". II. Veodairs. Svb-DIv Let BB) 'maturing at rate of $6,000.00 per annum i Cold Storage for Fresh Meats

l..ot' .....-__...-_?..._._.,._.___,,.Moseley.. Bessie F .._____.___.... S.60 NOTICE! Is hereby arlve .thC A. 1':. Interest payable aeml-annually..
Lot 87 and IS -.-._*___._Smith Daisy ..-.'...___.._____.... 1.50 Whalev, purchaser of Tax Certificates All bids ti> "' to J. L.
<' M. Lots 1 to 6 Inc"n10Ptnio Late IS, 19, of T>. 1913; Tax -Certio J..L. OVER TREET, Eggs Vegetables Etc. 'j
87. 10 and SI Inc___....Blanchard. Mrs M C_____?_.:____ 7.66 tIIUITlo- 817.-IWo Sin.. S4S. S4X.S4 Clerk. Board County Commissioner ,
Lots 16; 1< and 17.........__.._._._.._-_Newton. Lula _..i.Iots ..-._:___..__._..-, 8.81t !, 147 848. 616. -61*. 81.: flU; 611 andS S4-6t.
S4 and S5..._-..............Blake, Laura *-..-_____.____._, 1.111' .dated the 6th day of July. A. D.
Lots SS and Hi_.___,-,?_--._________Howard, Ellis ___.__.___..__. .__. 1.lt ISIS has filed said certificates In mv NOTICE OFFer.Klaal EXECUTOR STORAGE RATES" ON MEATS: I II
t.WJ. 1iRuaatvmaa.rrb- Lot nfflce and has made Application for Tax ( IMeebargeC ) ,
D19=.1a .....67)J.: 4 'law. .,.-
--:7Ai"i.: . ,,, ftOI..orJII.1 ,IJrd.eau. " to .
Lote 16 and 14-.Reddlck. J _____.___"__-____._--t. 0' 8alddiltlnNata.! .emlrrar.hiring : h..a-'D'W1III! : .1Cua'
W. H. Farmer's ft.h-DIv *f Let T/. Am- described lands, lying .and being *..ty. State .. Florida. -M7l.-"p Mt"D.J.-
dltloa t* ....*...*. Park) situate In Osceola. County. State! .of .. Re Estate of ...... .eLa.s..l.. :
Lot i. and S4 to 16 ii o..__.__.Kelley, D ____._______. ___.______ 10.1S Flnrlda to-wit: Pork redy' for smoking 1 l-2c. pound,'
Beg Slfl Cor of Lot SO, rune N 70 ft. Lots 11 and 14. Block 12: Lot 7. Block Notice' Is hereby given to all 'whomIt p
1 Will (t. 8 TO ft, E US ft...___...._Curry.. V C ...._______._________ ...IS 11: Lots 1 and 4. Block 14: Lot 10 H, may concern that on the Slat day of Curing and Smoking, Zc per .
t (Pree.-t 'Park: ." )'. .f ..... a ; r '. Block S: Lot 7W..Block IS; T-ot S. Block October, A. D. !117. I shall to n _
..4 sa) : IK: Lot. 1 and ... Block '17; Lot 11. the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of
Lot 16 '-.-.--._______-a-..Cady Mr A M_.-__.___._____ 1.0' Block 11;' Lot IS, Block 12: Lots 1. I.II. said Court all Judge of Probate, for my .
,.. .trim C....... Sab .. Lets 8T *.* 88) I. Block 26.. Lot 2. Block 27: Lot 14. final discharge a. Executor of the estate Bring u. your hogs' the day they are WetvUl'dothe
Lot. II and 10....-,..,_;____..___Tlndsay. J H.....________.__;;.___ 11.111 Block 27, all of the above Lots and of John McLaughlln! deceased; ke
Lot 11 .and IS___......._._Llndeay, R H_.,______.:.____.._:. 1.110 Block being! In Klsslmmoo Park. and that at the same time I will present rest. ,
Lot IS to 16 Inc........._...........Cooper, Mrs S T..._--t---___. 10.15 Lot 71 In Section 28; Lots 1 and IS my final accounts as Executor of
\. R........ BUM Addttlea In Bec' .lon 181: Lot 6S In Section 18: Lnt aid ..estate and ask for their approval.

All/ of Block AI,-.....-Tyler. Rosa .____________._____. 6.75 11'7 In Section I': Lot If* In Section 26. Dated. April SSrd. A. D. 117.R. .
I,_.....r'* Se>*.I>lv. .f nieek DL *.d and Lot 72 In Section' SI all\ being In .' B. MCLAUGHLIN Executor. KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE'tO. '
.L Township S6 South Ran re 80 East, andbeing April-6mes_

'. Lot. 11 and IS__..___..______.._____.Washington, Annie _________.;_- 1I.1I1S' according tothe Seminole Land NOTICB FOR PUBLICATION
& Investment Company's ..Subdivisionof ,
keeataker. ' ..oo..o..ooooo.oo..oo..ooo.ooooo o..ooo..o.o. ...
Seb-niv
Block: BL said. Sections SS and SS. -
Lot 9boe.keg.4 ,e.bair.tAI.ck"QinLot WllUajns Anna ....___..________ ..11. The said lands being assessed at thedato DeparOaeat of- the Interior U. I. Lead -

I _____________..._..._.__ : __ ___________ 2.55 of the Issuance of. Bald certificatesn OfBce at Ualaeavtlle.. Fly '
: _____-----Rivers. Lucy ___ the name of H. Pe.' W. O. Wells ...1,. .,. Ill". plalnant believe that you are nonresidents 1 and Lots and 16 of Block 80. St.
N"it oll.ot ..----__________.____.__ ....... Lu..y. __________._____ E.CR W. O. Wells C. R. ow. B. Klein of the State of Florida and Cloud. 1 said land being; assessedIn
All of Block "RL"___i._____........Iloiipln.'R Pl-----___-_________ 16.11 William Vali.e. C. i.en".. L. Pond: NOTICE 'I t. hereby given that Scott that your residence I* 660 MinnesotaAvenue. I the name of B R. Tllton and J. R
A. E. Drought. ...DIv .f flock: *.L" Mm.. F. .Noxon W. A. McCool, W. A.UcCool. M. Robbins, of Loughman Florida Kansas City.-Kansas, and that Rose, at the date of Issuance of ..

'Lots 1 to 16 Inc___..____...___..,.....ailpln. R f : 11.115 H. Paulson Remnlole Land and who on February 16, 116 made Homestead there Is no person In this State the certificate. Unless said certificate
Lots 16 to IS Ino___.......-_____ --Howard. Jos-------------------. T.80 Investment Company W, 8. Bro..nUnknown. Entry No. 01S644. for 8W% of service of a subpoena. upon whom shall be redeemed accordingto law
Ber 60 ft K of SW oor of Block "TlT" P. F. .,ton.. L. Buteen' andJ. 8EU, Section 9, Township 26 (South would bind you, and that the age of Tax Deed will Issue thereoa on the
; run N SO ft. E 4* ft. 8 60 ft. .W 4* W. Masterton. Range 27 East, Tallahassee Meridian each of you Is above the age of 11y..r. 17th day of AurusC A. D.-1117.

rt .---.--- -----...----Hugher. 0 P _.___________.__-__ S.16 Unless said certificates shall be redeemed has filed notice of Intention to make .. Witness my hand and official, I seat
All: oflilorke Al US and according to law Tax Deed establish claimto .1. therefore ordered that you do this, the S6th day of July, A D. 117. c
i US O7....___Tano.. Mr Anna.....__?__..-__- 0.110OJ Commutation .Proof to I'
) 100 ft of N tl ft of Block 18..____...Tlner, W R..____...______.____ 1S.06 will Issue thereon on the 15th day" ofSentember. the land above described before Sled In this court to the bill herein J. I. OVBRSTREHT.
I Besr NE Cor of Block 20 run 8 100 A.. D. 117. Clerk of Circuit Court, at Klaslmmee, upon Monday, September S, 117. Clerk Circuit Court Osoeola County' ,
ft. W .l ft. N lOo ft, 1i W ft.._ ____Braddock. Mr M....________r. n... 22nd August 117. Florida, on the Slat day of September\ It I I. further ordered that this orderof Florida
kr... and I. E of A C L, Ry In Block '.. J. L. OVKR8TRRET. 117. publication I be published once a (Circuit Court S..1. 32it.HERIFF'S
".1 _.' ________..Maklnson. Mrs M ltr.__________, 16.46 Clerk Circuit Court Osceola County: Claimant named as witnesses: week for four consecutive week In the
t.: t > anBlock .'-P--n--d 1 and 4. Florida. John Altmeyer of Loughman Fla. Klsslratnee Valley Ga..to. a newspaper SALE

'BlockQ- ._ .i.....___.......Maklnson, 'Mr. M K .____._____ S4.7S (Circuit Court Heal> B. Hancock, of Loughman 'Fla.I published county -
All of Block R andS_-.,.._______._.Collier, Mr. E F....._._______. 86.06. 3'1:1it By S, H. BULLOCH. D.*C.' I R. B. Addison of Loughman Fla. ..Witness: ,hand and the of ..Id Notice I I. given that, under
8W! I of Loughman, my .el h.rebY .
pit Block V.: run NE' 66 Polydoor Qhysellnck, and by warrantIssued by
E 460 ftoS 66 ft. VI SJ5 ft.___...Maklnson. Mr MM.Robert ._____?_ '.00 Fla Circuit Court this 1st day AugustA the Comptroller of the State ef Florida,
Baa* ,... Ad..I.... NOTICR: OF APPLICATION FOR TAX ROBERT W.'DA Vlfl. D. 117. L. O directed to me a* Sheriff of Oaoeola
; Lot 1 _.Mach Bros. .........___ __ ____ 6.70 U-It Register.NOTICB 3. ERBTR1IJT.C.rk . commanding. me *o
- DEED'VIVnKR!: SECTIONS. AND County Florida
/ Lot, i .1 ::::::::::::_:::::::::::.:::Robinson.' Fred --,.-.,,?___.__..__ S.60 Circuit HMI-DH.Court" collect by levy and sale from the South
l II..'k Florida R. R. Sarvey DT*. GENERAL STATUTES ,OF THE. OF SHERIFF'S TALE FRAK for Florida an*- Gulf Railway Company, r
?E 60 ft of Lots S and 4. Block. S*..__.Frac* Warren _________________ '.110' STATE OF FLORIDA. Complt I-I the sum of Two Thousand Two Hun
:WW 80 ft of Lot ,. Block 4..___........ M .-.. .____________.__ 8.SS Notice Is hereby given that by and tired and Twenty Dollar and Seventy
Lot 6, Block 7.____._____.........,,,...Kulp, Mr C C..-....___...______._ .111.111. NOTICE Is hereby given that 'J. K. under virtue of that certain writ of ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONIN Eve Cent m.H0.7 tbat being the A
Lot 1 to 4 Inc, Block 8-..._______.._..Bas*, W CLots -.,..-___.________? 11.46 Turner purchaser or Tax: Certificates execution Issuing out of and under seal --. amount of State Special
r 7 and IIi Block 8 ___.__ .Bass. W C' __-_________-__--__ 'S6.70 No. 121 and 1010 dated the 7th day of of the County Court In and for Osoeola CIRCUIT COURT STATE OF Taxes levied And assessed for the yearA.
Lots 1 to S Ino and NE IK ft of Lot ' July. A. D. 111 baa bled certificate In.my County. Florida bearing date the ISth D. 11. under Section 46 of Chapter
4. Block 10 .---.-- -- ..Maklnson. W B Co_;:_._________.1CI.7I office and has made application for day of July A. D. 117. Issued In that FLORIDA 666 Laws ot Florida aaalnst th.
a 8W 40 ft of Lot t and alt Lots S and Tax: Deed to Issue In accordance to certain cause pending wherein W. J. said South Florida and Quit Rallw !
4. Blk SI ,.________._______..__.____.Maklnson W. B Co__:______'"__ 6S.S5 Mallett Is plaintiff and Casper B. Klner Seveath. JmmMml Clrvmlt. Ose**!* Cy ...- Company, I have levied upon the ,:
Leasehold and Improvements.on NE la8'11I; Certificate embrace the followIng le defendant I have levied upon and -.. lowing described property.;
b. cor of Block 14____..____._..........The Texas Co. ....__________-e 11.15 lands lying and being situate In will sell to satisfy said execution at e.-I' I miles of track
t W_ Beawell' Addition Dsceola County. State of Florida, to- public outcry at the front door of the Locomotives
Lots S and /_________,________.___.....Kenton, Mr* J k... 1..01S wit: courthouse In Osceola County Klsslm William-. I.U.t. ... .....r. 1 Combination Car; ;
'. N. F. Hawee A*..f..*.... S Motor Car, ,
,Be*! SB Cor Dakln and TohopekalliraAve. ,' : "J 6 n'' ole Land and Investment Company1 of September; A. D. 117. within thelegal .,- '" 1 Depot,
runs.NW! alone TohopekalljrnAveil7S Subdivision. of Section IS, Township hours of sale to the highest and appearing by to All Tool and Four Camp Car
6-10 ft, N 46edegrees-W Twenty-si(14) South, Range Thlrty- best bidder for cash the following described I bill filed In allda"lt append.1 'All belonging to and owned by tb.Bouth *
IIS 4-10 ft.. then B to beg also Lot one.Ut) East, cad Lot. Two-. (1) of real estate &II the propertyof that fj n.-D.vl.. the defendant therein. Florida and Oulf Railway Com
A' and. building on LeasediLot I B .., Block Two Hundred Sixty-one (261) of Ca.perB.t Klner." .jo. aift.-.vvji.f.j, ""&s./ .'\ and C _____,___________________.____SoTFlaJLumber. CoTT....__.....______ 36.96 St. Cloud. To wie Florida,a'and I* a resident of Louis State of Florida and I wiL on the 6th
e.pe Breese The said land being ,assessed In the Lots 33'and 24. of block 17S of Saint rifle over the age of twen day ef ... UIU8t. ..... D. 11, earn boIntt -
Lots 46 to 48 Inc-------- ,.._.__.__-.McfonouRh: S D K..-__......._ 9.90'Lot name.of R. A. Chart and H. I. Mulllns Cloud. Florida. ientucky. Is therefore ordered the nlt the Rule Day
7t-.-_._________?..___!..__.._____.Smith. W A__..i___,..____-___ 1.11 at the date of issuance of said certificates L. H. INQRAM ty-one that said non-resident: defendant be of the month offer for sale at pub-
O.b.r.e ... O'Neal's Addition unless said certificates shall be Sheriff of Osceola County. Fla. and he Is herebyrequired to appearto I I lie outcry between the local 1t hour of
,, Lot 8. Block\!, C._______________._____...-Bass. WC ___________________ Sl.SS redeemed according! to law Tax: Deed By ROBT. CAMPBELL.Deputy the bill of complaint filed In said sale, at the Depot, owned by SouthFlorida
Lots 10. 11. 14 and WV4 of 15 will Issue thereon nn the 17th day of Sheriff. I cause on or before thrust day' and Oulf R..I..ay Company at
and 1I and 8U of Lot 11, Block IID---_8mlth. Mr L C.Benr .-.._____________ 44.SS September A. D. 1917. CRAWFORD ft: JARRELL, of October, D. MondY. the Prairie Ridge, Florid.)
SSI ft S of NE Cor of NE'4 of Witness my hand and official seal Attorneys for Plaintiff. 2S-5t allegations 01'lI idI Wi will takenas : the aforesaid mentioned propety.
'. f4E%. Beo SI, Tl 26, R 29. runs 8. this the 16th day of Auorust. A. D. 1917. confessed by said . : sell the same to the blithest and beat
. 100 ft W 14S ft, N 100 ft, n 14S ft..Robert, Ruby ............_____ E.ZS J. L. OVEHSTREET. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX It Is further ordered that order bidder for cash to collect. above taxes
II A Mathews Addition Clerk Circuit Court. Osceola County. DEED UNDER SKCTION 87* ANA bo published once a week for four consecutive and the cost and expenses of this ..1.. +
i All of Block B_ .._______...Johnson. C W.: _______........___- 7.90 Florida. 85-Et nTlt. CiKISKMAI HTATUTHS OF THK weeks In the Klsslmmee Valley L. H. IORA.
. NWM'of Lot 1. Block"Q"-_______.__:LBradahaw. Catharine ....___..___ 7.80l9.rloo. Circuit Court Seal) STATE OF FLORIDA. Oa'fcMte, a newspaper published In A. Sheriff of Osceola- until, FlorIda
' ,' ( .'.. Re-Svb IJIv o< Lot I. BlockH said county and mute. This sale postponed MOlday.
) In County.Judge's Court Onceola County NOTICE Is hereby.given. that P'. A. This 7th day of August, 1917. the. third day of September, A. 11.
, Lot S ,_:___.__._____..................Tounnhtood. Hester .........____ 6 715 Florida. In the matter et Estate of P. Babb 'purchaser' of Tax Certificate No. J. U OVERRTREPT. L. H. JNO .
HWH of Lot 1. Blk a.-___.___________John*. R J_______ .._?_...-._, ___ '.'1 R. Trudell ""' ...all..d.QtlC'.. of Sale. To 161. dated tie Bta day of :July A. D. .. Cluul tourt. As Sheriff of Osceola County, Florid t
, ," Beg at NE Cor of Lot Z, Block<< 8, runs whom It may concern. Be It known 116, has filed said certificate In my office ({Ircul foart SealW. 1-4 7'
I 8 SO ft W 100 ft. N lit ft, 13 100 ft, Maklnson B Co.--------.____ 2.U' that on the Slat dlot August AD and hue made application I for Tax CI'A II'onn. VI
flew SIO Cor of Block R runs N 140 :" r 1917 at 11 o'clock a. m In front of the Deed to I Isdiie In .accordance to law f. Comj 1alnant. S44tOTATH FOR %

,. ft. W 100 ft, !II 140 ft, W 100 ft___--__-Fennell, B!I L ._____.;__..-.____.__ 1.01S' Court House door at Klsslmmee, KK>r- Said Certificate .mbrnccs-the follow. 80lcltor lO''I'1 PVDL.CATIOl .Jtel
," Be/* e6' ft K: of S\V 'or of N ida I shall offer for sale and sell at : Ink described lands lying/ and being V OF AUMIM.' TItATIONHi Department of tie Interior U. .. Laa
46. of fK:'4, Hee' SI, Tp 26. .n' 29. rune public nuftloa to the highest and best" I situated. In Osceola County State of .
J N levy! ft. K 1M % ft. H' U M ft, \. bidder for cash therefor, the following Florida te-wlt: Bra", Jn.: Cnr. of Lot .fl. a* 0.1..11 Fla.. J
116 ft. 8 170 jt, Vf 6Ag ft____...._____.Tiller, M _.._...___?_______-___ 17.08 described property belonging to the 4, run 8. 140 yds.. W. 140' ydll" N. 140 Court .. CoiMly Judge OseeolsCeualy >...4..le.7. ..
)beg 418%- ft W of fit,) 'or of NWV above estate; The 'entlm stock efvoads ydsR B. 140 '41... Sec. 12. Tp. 25 S., RI(. State of Florida. '
II
of KRH, Hen SI. Tp 16 R 19. runs wares And merehand4se contained WCE I III hereby given that Oscar.
\T 80 ft. N 170 ft, K SO h. S' 118 ft___Tiller, M ___......__._.. ....._._..;; 16.7S on January 11. InG. In the store The said lands being assessed In the Hmirnit of Basin 1.lIlwo. It. ftrltt. of LouKhman, Florida who, t
Beg- 111 ft, 8 ef N'1 Cor of Block V building Ibtfvted on Lot 4 of Block 17 In name of F, A. Babb, at the date of Is- on April 3l. made Kn-
rvneW97ft97 1''ft.El5ft.S41ft. the town of Kenansvllle, Oaeeola covn- wane of said certlflcate, unless saidcertlflcate 11. Homestead Sec- ,

JB: 81 ft. Mill ft______-______.____Overstreet, Mabel. ______.______? ....N ty Florida with the fixtures and all shall Tie redeemed accordingto nr THE JUDGE A. B.or Hroua-ht SAID COURT has ap don try N.It. Township, IW'. Range NW14.SS-B.,
,
+' .1..11 Lee s .MDlvlsloa) equipments. thereto beloaarlns. and thehousehold law, tax deed will Issue therenn onthe 'VPFREAS. Tallahassee f. filed noticeof
.of Administration
Letters Merjdlan.;
oourt for -
Lots J to 4 Inc and 6. 4 and T less 60 goods aad furniture, excepting 17th day ef August, A. D. 117. on" the of Daniel Intention to make

ft Block A -__ .__________?__.._...Bussa, 8 8 ...__._.._______-______ 11.26 / the personal "heronglngs of your Witness my hand and official seal late estate of said County: Proof to establish' claim Commutalol :
who I the widow of 1E.. this, the : Elk July. A, D. 117.
W A .-..rt..Ic.. Addition petitioner, day of 1".t..od.eea.ed. above before Clerk Circuit
Lot 2. Block A_.______..__.._.___......nardner, Mr. Corrl..... ....__. 4S.50 Trudell; and a mule and wagon and ( (t 1 ( ARE THFR"FORH. to cite Court /I"I"rlb..d.Klsnlmmee. Florida oa the llet
Nil of Lot 1, Block F..___._____.;:___Simpson. Mrs B B...-.........-_ 26. 5NH harness, and the good will of the said J. L. OVKRSTREET TIFHJ all and ln .f Lot 1, Block Q-?_-_______?..:.IJansell. Mildred Li ..'___,._______ S1.44. store bualness. This the llth day of. Clerk Circuit ourt, Oseeola County Ired-anil creditors of "said deceased tobe Claimant name a* witnesses: ,
Lot S. mock e_________.___________...Francis, Mr D Q___.___*-._.___. 61.D5 Florida. 81-61 and appnnr be/ore this Court o 1 o1f NW Cor of Block I, runs E 42Hft Lako County: The count.cOMmis- IN THH 'rIlUm.T COURT *F TUB before the list day of August A. n. J. Brit,.. of Lousrhman.'Fla.J. ".
S 105 ft. B S6H ft880tt W 1917( si>H Ale any they Coins, of Loutrhman, Fla. '
school have
and board
sioners JUDICIAL
S* rt. M 186 ft---- A L _._____:;___._____ III.SS Approved nVKNTH CIRCUIT IK have, to the granting I' d John ef Fin "
Loulhmlln.
Lot S Bloek aT. ____......._ __Dann. C W.'..______._____-__.___ SS.2617.S5 the county fair plans and THE l STATH OF FLORIDA. Knit (M.*- ministration on said .L.t.oth.rw"".. JambUrg..r UT .
Tl 4* h. Lot 1. Bock, O--._______ ---, ---Tiller, M _._______.__-,__.________ CKOLA COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.C. tlie same will be A. R.Urnucht 1.1 Rearlatr.NOTICM :
:\ Irant.d
__ ___
have made the for home
Fraction! tot S eiscept-heir-NW-.coi- -'''h -- -- -A appropriation er t* fit person er
'," runs S! CO ft. E 140 ft. N 60 ft, W 140 demonstration work to P..W.I..le vs. p.- Mtrtay.. WII: persiina.vlTttUSS. Or AIJMIWI8THATORFor
ft. Block P-----------------l------I ch Bros ....._...._-.......__ 11.85 cover twelvemonths Smelft aid Saell* hfa.wife. my name aa County ledge ( Final Plarfceiraie) =
An Lot 4 N Cotton in this county il of the County aforesaid this tt ie 17th ;

ft. Block P ___.i_______-____________Unknown .. ___________________ ...IS BILL OF FORECLOSURETo ] day of July A.. D. 11. tm Cnr4 of C..a rtHIV! S Harwell's Re. nkI>lT of Block showing up well; about 750 acres, is MURPLST. state of KleHaMm
T mmm V> ainlft' none'las' the Defendants W. and, (Seal)) County Judge,
.. Lot S. Block T .* ____i.J:.______Fowler. F A.....______._____:.____ r,80 being; grown 'a year.Mekmose Snell. kls ';"Ir.18n.n S,2-6t H.te Lot S, lese W 4* ft.. Block V......____,.TIller. I R .____.?____,___,.___ 11.70 and rust .mite on citrus is .It appearing from the arfldavlt hereIn. i r Oeeeela Ce.a< .
W 4* ft ef Lot S, Block, T______..____?Harrl.. Mrs J W_.._?__.....___ 6.13 flled that the attorney for the eemES NATICU OF. EXECUTOR ,
., U-tt of Lot 4, Block: X...._______?___..SpllttvFrance. _____.,______ 11,41S causing some _damage._ __.__ Notice Is to'all whes '
W. .4 All of Block A A............?___..._.nass. W C __>.___..___...-.-_---- .n Coart' It he.b.n. Tth day .
Lot .. Blerk CC-4._____,.____*._______..Harris. J W...._____.___,-___ 26.66Vii Tan cad la et .... :.. W 50 ft of Lot S, Blook DB- __________Nelson. C J -4-_..--- -...---- ,8L91 .RIPTION OF LAND. Owner. Costa State .. F7.rid1 'S.p..m..r. T. M.- Murphy JuJae apply ef '
... of Lots, Block FF.,...!...___....Derbyshire, 11 I ._4.J____4.____-___ KI..I.... Height of fer a.
.
'; JAIt 1 8 of A C L Br___:;_._______.___Watson J W _______.___.__.___ 4.5 Lots 6-6 and I7.____-...____i.___._,-.Jehns., Henry __-_--___-______ 1AI la Estate .. JohnT.. T>eai eea said Curt. as Judge Administrator Probate of 'Ithe
.-'"z -11 of Block S_________.----_____Tlljel1. M --.,-.----._.______..__- Lot *4 ..v--------------------.i-.O.rdon. Phillips P ..____________ .ST my .. dl.char. a. ')
___________________.____T___ .__ ____ Mohr d.cea..e I
'W 140 ft of Rlolk I N or .IoCr., RyTI1Ier. J R ._._________--.a----- 12.00 tAt 118 __ Hunter "F r.-_ 4-.JI :<..
I. 10 T4 ft Block 6 8 of A C L Ry_________.Tiller. M. ,---.-----.------.---- 40.11 Lot 115 ._____.___.>....___..__..H.eK Bros. _____, -------------- Notice. Is hereby given tie t* all waem of ''an that said at the sam/> anal time I a* .1AoImlnl.trator
It that on to Court my accounts tpl
I
J mmt.. Park:: may /n"rn. lt
All of Bloek 6 8 of A O It ivy oxceptM '
I 7 4 fti-___-.-_______________..,--_Fogg, FrankllaEVMly ---------s: ---- 1 T.IIJ Tot 4. Blook 4--__....__.__.._______Johason. D O........____._______ 5.70 n.c..mber. I D.T. IILt .apply tothe of of .said ..t..t.and al ::
. R n.... .'. Itab-Mlv .f .r KW ""norbl. fer their spereval.Dated
A ......_.'.11 Re-Sab.ni at Bleek* A. .* W4 "
.. for
ef
S. C .. ,W' "a .. A O I. Ry fUSYi of See IS, T. :35, R S* fl fina lleh.r. as Executer es- B.
:;. Lot* 7 to 11 tnc-......_...._.......... utl..t K P -.?...__.:_______ 4.M .Got 6. blook 4...___.._____.... .8mlMv W A......_____ ________ ..11 nt VT. time deceased; lS-l-tn AdnlnlstrMOt. I IlOT.
tf 6-8 of Block IS__.H-------- -----.Bullock. S.H ....._____________..141.* Let 7, Block 4 ________..........---Dutton, B 41..........___._______. .., and that final at the aeceuntcaa'Bzecutor same I will present of- IN"TR"OR J:
.1' Block < _._... __, ___-i-_---.-- -! tnnh.ll.. Mr* D ___-.--____?_ S.1.46 Ua).ls4(r4 Leeds, estate niy and ask for their approvaL .< or A .
' \ 7Tt4oof Lot 1. Block-fD.. ...--_...__..narber W t. ______.__.._._____ 41.44 SH of KWK of 8EVi, Bfa 16. Tp 26, aid .
i p Lot S few W 60 ft. Block .11--_._.......CamBbell. Vaneon a._..____.___ 4.T6 :R 1* a ____.. .___..__.....__.__.....Pe4t. :J A-_..____--?_.__..... 17.68 Dated June llth, A. D. 1917. I. C..rt C.... ....s. State) :

.,'. U 10 ft of B L N Lesley's 140 ft. Block AltliLtslS 14.-.Summers. Dana. ______________ .1S.S6 NW Beg;at of SB IIW! Cor 4L. *See!t N'1]* #& 3tfa__Oulltu.' A N' _________________ '..01 ..-ino. EDGAR;, D. OGANor.NO'EICH . 11- '

z i.,,____....::____._____i_--MaPhatter lOba ___...._______. E.1S Survey! runT tf ft N Z4S ft. R *F APPLICATION _B. TAHC .. Sletat ef I>*lea* G.ha_. 0
Lot .M ... ______________ _____ 1.0I.Ot8 886 ft, 8 S6S ft. Sec IS (T* 25. R S.Maklnsri. Mr. H M.__.___..r11.60 C..atl.
III and, ?11__________.______.._::_?ate.. Will' .__r._____________ .11' 8H of Lot 2. U 8 Survey----' ___...._..*akinsos. Mr K ai_....-.--___ "'.41' STK.DEED Lou 11 to 14 Inc----______________Plarrall. Henry ______ 10.1 Beg 411) ft.W of as Coy 01 8W" ofNW4 STATH OK FLABIDA.NOTICH Notice I. hereby r Tei to allreh stn
J W wire "...1.... (. See II Tp U. R It runs W t SOth dly ef
Lots II to 1&- lock 1--______---MOLauthln. W1B'.____. ...' 1..10 ,no ft., N 110 and E 110 It" if 111 ____Curtt* O'Neal.BWH ____------'..., S.41 December., A. D.. that UnI on the shall IvSt to
Lots 10 to 11.,Block 1.-.______.Harrls 3 W .._________ 1.0 Beg4l ft W lit It NoiSE oor .t 1* hereby riven that E. T. Honorable T. M. Karphr..Ju<$ .of
r, Lot I .____:___._______ ___________LlIIr.: J W Est---.._ 10.1. of NTT14. Bee SS. Tp 16. R 27. HOPKINS purchaser-. lax Certifi 6th said the .. Judge .ql! Probate. foe
.1 NaB"4 ran N810ft.SV119tt331OttE' 33$ and SS the Cour 4
... 11..01.
A'E A gss'e : : .:...... ._ 1.7' of has Sled said my -. a* A4mln.trla
.* NWA4. 8e I8. 216, R -""- ___- *.IInknewn _ u. day July A. D. 111. .
cA .;:. Nt916 r t. BeJBtCor IW fit of"Nw'i, BeoTVs" certificates In"' office and has made of the estate of Delma time I

Lot 4 Block 1-:;:;,.__.::.--Tln.r.. M _.___ ._. f.76 fciWR runs N 120 W 410 application Tax Deed to Issue la .d: and that at Court the same final aoeo wl,
-e. to said my s'
Lots 1 and6L Block /.......____.Cody, E W. ......_... ..n. ...1 E...3O'tie...- ,......._H.r I',W H Estate....------_ ... accordance Said Certificates to law.embrace the fallowIng tm Dreeent AdmlrUatratrtx of said estate aa_
(_.* "....... d
C A ) 't,
; ask for their approraL
SI-M ... 'G W. OVERSTREET C.,1 ; described land lying and being-sit v
Tats \ t* .. Inc and 7.. S and 11. Block Dated Jan 1tp A. D. 1117. AJAQtIS
. ...........:...__Maklnson. Mrs[ JI......:......: 36.11 uate In Osceola .County State of TIer ,ANN GRAHAM: r
v 16'Block A _____. _____ .01 I n. R P- .. 1.93 '
Lot ? pi -- & ?"- "- R. GILBERT WtotIs'adr fM6eea'
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xsT THE' KlgSIMMEEVALLETx GAZETTE. "FRIDAY..' AUGU3T24,1917

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.co ELABORATE DINNER AT < ,
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] .# Society Notes$ 4 COUNTRY CLUB, 00-. Solid Car Load Of

*C.< X4 j- X HX-oHo
(lfriEo E. Wells, Editor., )
: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Harper entertained "I

at the Country Club; Thursday -Ml
tend itemt"
of the Valley Gazette to
Request is made to all patron

Event So the Editor for publication in ttew coluou. evening with a seven o'clock" dinner in
*f Society New Goods
honor of Captain and. Mrs. Eugene Received ,]
Lieutenant W": T.: Makin-
;-0' .1: Bryan and
II eo u 10
, . II 10 10 10 I 01 who visiting here
son, are .t
O 00 0 00000 H'" 0 0
40*> :MRS. OVERSTREET HOSTESS P 14 MERRY LAWN-PARTY FOR < pect with clever patriotic touches. f

i -.4 FOR EASTERN STAR. 4 4 S. S. CLASS 4 Place cards bore tiny flags; favors Last Week' I
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officers. :
'0 4 4 4 represented miltlary etc., ;
OOOO.OOOOOOOOO O OO'OOI .OOH..OOOO'O CI tOClOOO and' even nut cases were in harmony .
I -- with the prevailing scheme.An :
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The Eastern ,Star held the last social The Primary Class of the Christian ''excellent program of Victrola

:' meeting 'o' the season at the Sunday school was entertained: by numbers' was 'presented, throughoutthe i is which
Everything high all know and
4 their teacher, Miss Abby Harris, at we going
J L.. Over- evening.
' home of Mrs.
pleasant. } her home on Park'street, Thursday An elaborate six course dinner was but have ''
1 'street,. on' Main street, Wednesday afternoon, ,from 3 to 5 o'clock, served for higher, we them bought so we can sell at" w'
when plates were laid :
t afternoon: Fancy work was in evi- 'About'twenty-five of,the,little folks
were in attendance and hugely.enjoyed Captain and, Mrs. Eugene Bryarf, reasonable prices. The reason for' 'this is that we buy 1'- ,-
dence and the ladies chatted over Lieut. W. T, :Makinson, Mrst P. K. ,

;:: .their work. "" sie the Winrt games and on Mrs.the W.lawn., Anderson, Miss Gus assisted Weaver, Mr. and Mrs Howard Katz, in such large'quantities' , and' go direct to the market ,

; A coincident 'which caused special in directing their fun and n'servlng'the' Mrs and Mrs. Edgar Katz, Mr and .. ) .
comment was made known when Mrs. i Mrs" Gay Livingston' Mr.. and' Mrs.

,Bratton.stated that the date! 'was her'I. Ice' cream 'and cakeswhich Claude Harper. *
the hostess provided.
34th wedding anniversary, and Mrs. ,Captain Bryan and Lieutenant Sale Starts Saturday 25th .)
I, August
Reed remarked that It' was her 19th Makinson are home'on a two weeks'furlough
wedding anniversary.' C----o----'. ..:"4, :w'.+tiv4y 44: :. t-0w4' ; an'd will leave Sunday to assume -< ,.

The afternoon concluded with de- 4 COMPANY B ENTERTAINS 4 ,their military duties. The for- 'FOLLOWING
ARE JUST A I
licious .homemade'cakes and ice :- 0> mer will be stationed at Fort Gordon, FEW OF OUR .PRICES ,

cream, when the'hos'tess Was assistedin 4C s Y4444 444 i .<-
serving, by 'Mrs. Haley andIrs.. thorpe. Mrs. Bryan will accompany
'rattpn._ Pretty napkins be ring tb.eoJ.'g :Company B played host Friday- Captain Bryan.CATHOLIC 10O White Embroidery'Dres--in'clt White Voile, !)
'emblet \t"tvers'tlae: laM**'>iW rtIfttng"a: : t..Altf 1'JftWMW1'1fimr1aIr! : ,; .... P1 ;::;;:;;; ; M _,.. ,. .lcC"_"' ="

r Attending the meeting were; Mrs. grounds and entertained a. large portion . CHURCH SERVICES sies,'wo tirsaroonhTs'QQ"i : pecia ..r ce, .. ,.

r .VanDuzer Mrs. Belle Modie, of Kissimmee's population. sale to'close them uOu
( F., out
Instructions 25th
Saturday, August ,
36-inch
The had
boys deeply appreciatedthe Organdie
.Mrs. Mrs. J. R. Reed, ,
: A. A. Wemple, ..
t kindness of the people, shown in at 4pm. 22c
,
.. :Mrs. ,M. D. Alexander, Mrs. C. L. )
i".' numberless took this Confession end devotion at 7:30 p. Special Price, ,
: ways, and opportunity White Wash Skirts# ? ;
;;. Hyatt, Mrs. M.; D. Alexander, Mrs. C. in. ,
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Mass at
' of showing their appreciation. m. Sunday a.
4 f. L. Hyatt, Mrs. M. D. Casler, Miss 89c ,
The Kissimmee Concert Band $1.50 values for $1.50 Overalls for
'\ 'Gladys Casler, Mrs. D. C. Wheeler, COMPANY B GRATEFUL FOR ,
had announced concert at the "
I Mrs. H. N. Bratton, Mrs. B. E. Haley, a \ 'this $$1 19
grounds for the pleasure of the company SUN. DINNER FROM LADIES sale., only
.Mrs. W. E. Sanderson and her mother,
and the evening's program Included Good grade Ginghams,
'T ? .and Mrs. Ransom. t'he' and
Through thoughtfulness 9c
.'' '; With,the next meeting of the lodge, their the repertoire.The most .inspiring selectionsin generosity of Kissimmee's housewives worth 12 1-2c, this sale, Many other big bargains all
the second Thursday afternoon in the way through-our stock.
boys were royal entertainers, Company B was given another spread -
r September, the regular business routine and though hundreds of friends mo- Sunday, and ,to say the boys enjoyedthe

r will be observed. tored out to the camp for the even- variation from regular fare pur- Special For White Plates Each. '
T. OOOOO.o.tt .OO.o. ing all were served with an unusually chased at forty cents each per day Monday--300 5c. Only 6 to a Customer .

fine of,fruit would be expressing it mildly.On .
;: : 4 grand punch t 1
MISS ORPIIA ROSE HONORED this occasion, the ladies sup-

'. '* M 4 plied sandwiches, hundreds.of them, SALE STARTS SAT. AUG. 25. SAME GOODS FOR LESS MONEY ,
.OOO.OOOO ...'.tO and quarts of salads. These were .
4 .
Misses Mattie Belle Harris and JUNIOR LEAGUE GO- CAMP- supplemented with pies, fruits, etc.,

r r 'Claire Hathaway,were charming'hostesses < ING 4 and the boys were""fully prepared to

Thursday evening, entertaining 4i44 demonstrate' that their appetite for
:.. 'r4444444 Dollar Limit StoreG. i'v
"t at Rest Cottage," the attractive home cooking was in no wise dimin-
Junior 'ished. They desired the Gazette to
home of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Hall on The ,Epworth League returned -
Mabbettee street. fron a two days' camp at Lake express to the people the company's

The rooms were artistically deoorated Conway Friday night, where they deep. appreciation of their kindness. W. PERSONS COMPANY' .

with cut owers and ferns. In the were chaperoned by Rev. and Mrs. C, 51 '

dining room delicious fruit punch was H. Summers. About twenty membersof HOW COUNTIES CAN SECURE 0'i

served from the table,where the punchwas the League enjoyed this; outing to STATE, AID FOR ROADS, .
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banked with ferns and vines. the fullest extent and spent most of -- I ----- ----- ;
Miss Orpha Rose,'who Is'' leaving the hours when sleeping or eatingin Quite a number of counties of the at work on the roads in.their. respective I busy placo Monday morning when the some of'these cattle communicate at

next week to enter the State Normal splashing about in the cool watersof state have, through their respective counties. registered nurse, Miss Elva L. Reeve once with A. P. Spencer of the Uni. ,

School at Cape Girardeau, Mo., was the Jake; boards of county commissioners, made County Must Pay Half I' of Orlando, will begin the instruction versify of Florida Extension Division,

the honoree of this pleasant event, enquiry of the state road department The act, however, contains the fol- !! of classes in surgical drcosings. Gainesville. 'Fifteen Florida men have

.and those present were her school .00..000000-00'.0000.00 ment concerning the deposition of the lowing provision, which must be met'I'i Mrs B. B.' Simpson, chairman of the already placed orders for from a half "'{

friends. Especially appropriate was .. 4 ',state convict road force, authorizedby by the' counties before any; of,(them educational department, with her dozen to a carload of the stock. If, '
4' FR .):ItflSS BARCLAY. the' last legislature to' be worked will be "the of,,, committee has \ '
,the diversion for the evening, "The ' eligible-for assignment, encountered seeming you want yours to arrive, In the, ease "
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4: under the'supervision and Control, of convicts '| "fJ,.
Web of Life," a clever fortune telling OO.o state for work on their roads;' insurmountable obstacles and in spite shipment, order them now. "
''device and O. o O the state ,road department. under ''the supervision and control of 'ot continued effort no class has yet
r. patience'required to untangle '
y'' ': the Interwoven threads was yewarded Misses Eleanor and Bessie Mose- While it ii true the legislature en- the state road department: ,, been organized.. Mrs. L. II. Ingram left last week

::' with! many laughable for 'ley, Mabel Barclay, Lucy Wither- acted a law authorizing the .creation I 'Provided,, that no par of the state No 'work done by this departmentwill for Newton Grove, N. C., where ,she ,::
tunes.A spoon, Kathleen Bearden, Helen Saw- of a state convict. road force and convict road force shall' be worked be accepted by the national will spend several weeks visiting ':

reading by Miss Helen] Bass and yer and Lavinia Wenner were a pleas. specified that said force "shall include, 1 I upon any state aid road unless the headquarters unless it is carried on in relatives. ,' "

vocal numbers rendered ,by Misses ant "spend the evening" party at the not more than three hundred state county in which such proposed state the authorized manner 'and up to this

Ella Mae Gilbert, Maude Alice pnd Moseley home, Wednesday eveping. prisoners capable of doing work in the aid road is located shall provide not time every effort to/! secure a regis- ASKS KNITTED WOOLENSFOR ;

-Adah C..Wagner added-greatly to the Miss Barclay left Thursday for her opinion the state prison( physician," I less than one-half of, the total cost tered Red Cross nurse to instruct the THE SOLDIER BOYS 1'i

pleasure of the long to be remembered. northern home and her friends show the law-making body failed to providea ot maintaining the ,convicts employed ,doss, which is the first step, has been -
..evening. ed her this courtesy on the eve of her fund for the maintenance of the said on such work, and also agree to bear |I met with discouraging failure, (Continued from Page One) j
.' three hundred prisoners. I less tion of the total of this large order is :,
than ono-half On
Following the departure. not the cost of i Wednesday morning, Mrs.
program, Mrs. W. B. be cared' for in each section of the j
to .
The act creating the 'state convict with I
Harris, Mrs. A. Rose and Mrs. B. M. Concluding the Informal visit a delicious main-tenance. I Simpson Mrs. W. L. Dunne, ',J
$s Mall served ice cream and cakes. ice course was served by the road force provides that "the state The act further provides that secretary of the chapter, personally country, we shall advise with you.as '
road department in its discretion "should visited Orlando and to the share of the' total which your, 'w
Misses have
The invited guests were: Misses Moseley. may any county fail at any time to. secured the .
Orpha Rose, Mildred Winn apply the labor of the state con- meet the1' requirements of the state services of :Miss Reeve and next Monday Chapter should undertake.
Amy
ri i 'Maklnson, Ethel Lee, Claribel McGhee NOTICE vict.road force to the construction and road department on the terms agreed will see the classes in operation. Please have all) your members understand

Maurine Dann, Helen' Bass Kath- maintenance of either state or state upon, in the proper Construction ,and Every lady whois a member of the that we do not want the J

leen' Bearden, Ella Mae Gilbert, Wanted-100 women to knit for the aid roads!!, giving the several ,countiesof maintenance of a state ,aid road, it Red Cross is urged to enroll in these least cessation, effort of workers in: _
Frances \ Red Cross. Membership in the Red the state as nearly serviceas classes and the production of surgical dressings ...!
Tress, Gertrude equal shall be the, duty of the state road de- girls over sixteen ere
.r Trentis Ethel Roberson McKay, Lilian Cross chapter is not necessary. These practicable. partment to withhold from such coun eligible The tuition will be one and hospital garments. It will be ", ,t
; Abby Harris ladies are cordially invited to meet It is the above. sufficient your problem to organize so as to get 4
Maude: Alice and Adah C. Wagner provision that has ty any further ,state aid of any description dollar each. It is hoped a .
at the Hart Memorial Tuesday after caused several counties to make unmber will enlist in this work more workers interested, and the more ,-j
4 Lilian Harris, Grace and Gussie en- until such terms of agree- so ,
:'Mrs. W.,,B. Harris and Mrs. A.Winn Rose., noon at 2 p. m. for instructions and quiry as to when the department is ment have been complied with." that two classes con be organized, constant effort of those who are now ;,
material. going to place convict road force for the giving so much of their time to tha .\'
tbe" Much Work in SightIt one morning and one for the
I work of the Red Cross.
is understood that the state road afternoon session. '
--- ---- department[ has tentatively: agreed to Any one desiring information "on Please <&so impress upon everyone :'J"
who is knitting that do
not
extend assistance tO; quite a number of this subject should phone the secretary now we
counties during the coming "year in Mrs. Dunne, at No. 27. want them'' to discontinue any work
I they have in hand. Have them work ,.
the way of convicts for road work.
,
" Every board of county commissioners DO YOU WANT HEIFERS? industriously on all knitting they can '
turn out pending the receipt of the \
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has been supplied\ with copies of
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: Florida farmers who have the knitting manual. Guy E. Snave ,:
new :,
; "Stay at Home the general road.laws enacted by the -
r
l last legislature so that all may become range and feed for cattle are lookingto 'Iy, Director, Willis J. Milner, Jr., "
Texas for their stock. Parts of I Assoc. Director. 'I'' :
familiar with, the requirementsto
Of that state are suffering from drougthand : Klsslmme Ladies Take Active Part ,"
I .' \ be met before they can obtain state '
many cattle that would be kept I When the request for these comfort -1
assistance in road construction.The ,
k No otherwise are being offered 'for sale. sets, received here the Kissimmee
business man need any longer feel he ha to do his Banking state road department has be was ,
: Several Florida men are already to ladis responded in true patriotic style.A .
'= fore it an immense amount of work
away from home. ' ( outlined for the coming year. State; Texas buying heifers. to stock their meeting was called at the home of .. r

farms. Mrs. G. E.: Babcock, Tuesday after- : J
road commissioner Oocke is
.v Not only' i il,it more economical' to carry, your account. with this. institution 'I I gaged in visiting the various now counties en. Good yearling heifers can be boughtat noon,,and t.hlrty.ladies responded, who 'f'
p $40 a head, and they are the right are now,enthusiastically knitting.,
it it 'and' and meeting'with the boards of .
coun-
,
more convenient, good if 'not better SERVICE "
type to make good' on the Florida The three piece .comfort sets were ),
ty commissioners. He is getting the
i awaits you here at it.it possible;; for any Financial Institution to rent .. views of each''board as to the work to range. Good high-grade cows can be started and work on bandages and '., \c,
bought for from $50 to $60 a head. knitted wash The
rags was begun.
1t der. be done in the respective) counties '
: = These prices may seem a little high ladles will meet on Tuesday afternoonat
during ,the year beginning October 1, 4'
'" but remember that it is high-grade tile Hart Memorial to receive Instruction :
1917, and these be laid before the
sq ee To solicit your account on the basis of the economic advantages will stock. These cattle come from herds and material as well M to 'Y
: state road department at its next that have been ,
from
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,community., ;..,. meeting,-which_will probably be'heldat balls for the last twenty yean, When the winter cold grips the de.' "

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m. .'CITIZENS BANK SURGICAL DRESSING CLASS $80 or. even more. The prices quoted hearts of these ladies. "

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