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 31, 1917
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00818
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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.:' HART MEMORIAL IS ONE OF
: CAMP GORDON ,CANTONMENT SWEET POTATO GROWERS



REALLY A BIG CITY WITH. ALL ,ARE" CALLED TO MEET"- CITY'S STRONGEST APPEALSTO 4



Sweet potato grower of Otceola County are hereby '

,: PRESENT DAY CONVENIENCES called to meet at my office in the Citrus Exchange Pack OUR WINTER VISITORS

ing House Saturday afternoon, Sept. 8, at 3:00 o'clock

f" .' to consider plant for storing the surplus potato- crop. -- t
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BUILT TO HOUSE AND FEED Anyone not able to attend the meeting it asked :notify'me SOCIAL, CENTER FOR THE HOME :

before that date of the probable number of bushels FOLKS AND VISITORS READING '
I! FORTY' THOUSAND MEN-: ATLANTA COUNTY CoURT CASES : SUGGESTS SHOTGUNSFOR 1

they will have for ttoragei .1 i, AND REST ROOM FOR ALL
AND CAMP TRANSPORTATION i

BIG PROBLEM TO TO BE DISPOSED OF AT B. E. EVANS, ,County Dem. Agent. TRENCH FIGHTINGIN *-CITY:: COUNCIL WILL BE ASKED "

J TO ASSIST FINANCIALLY.
SOLVE. EUROPEAN CONFLICT
THE SEPTEMBER TERM
President Says Germany Is -

Perhaps institution 'In Kissimrnee y
(From the Atlanta Georgian) corespondent, of the Scientific adds more to the comfort and

Camp Gordon is eleven miles from The September term of County Enemy four-Fifths' of WorldWASHINGTON American' makes a suggestion which pleasure of her citizens, the out-of-
Peachtree rotd. It Is one Monday Sept. 3rd, .
Atlanta, on Court will\, open >
in of town shoppers and the visitors in the
if published slighter
south of Chamblee. It is being M. will i a paper
mile when Judge T. Murphy pre
------ city,, than does the Hart Memorial
a made; ready as fast as 8,000 work- side over the following cases whichare standing would be.passed over as-but (
Building which is used
: '.wo.-lhandliDjt00,000 feet of 'lum- now on the docket: Aug. 29.-Presi- policy and would make it necessary another of thoso countless absurditiesto as a library, ,
.. rest and ?
social
.- room a center.
ber'sT'dayjr can"""ma''' 'k '"t etttt'tnada[I "" C ivf! >'Cases: -':a"w,** "i.f"'!' '" ."" "" dealxWilAoArrhafi: .,.,, "7"fJ ; i to createpermanent hostile) hair combination ; which busy men at Washington are ,While >other cities ,pf this 'size mast i
"'-o't'Z7fiUlonnaeamt:
ready for the 40,000 men who will Hallet &: Davie Piano Company vs. German military ;, .yr 1. : :
.. here" beginning the first Johnson' peace proposal. man people, who,are its instruments,, 'nliedifV'7i'( ir ou i'\tilfl) >tninT.InScientific iwxontelltR) Lu+!ith i. :tianoGy!! reoma,. ;; ..
be brought Claude damage. and proffer
; power must be crushed. the selected from the vacant
and would result in abandoning the American is not a light'and among
'week.. in September in three sec:1.ion.j: E.. F. Collier vs Narcoossee Farm of peace must proceed from the stores ion their '
business Kis
with' te".day intervals J> ) & Townsite Companjr. 1 and.. Q.: ,}!?.: hert,*>f,>the .German people ,before itcanbe i new-born Russia:interference to the intrigue* the irresponsible journal nor yet atomic simmee rejoices in'this beautiful streets. club
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and"thtf
"and"the "second } manifold btl sheet;; :thVrefore/Vtsuggestjon- y
second "
first and --
arevthe
t'' ndf'Bruns. trusted, "leading Impressions -- house ,which reflects refinement 'and
in-counter-revolution which would be duced its"columns is at least
through
& Alex.
sections.
third : Lupfer Prather Garage vs. gained from reading the culture In-every line.
Maybe those figures came to fast Rosen damage $200. Lansing attempted by all the malign influences respectable.,
note dispatched by Secretary Even the location is ideal.. Central
Let's back to them: to which the German government The writer recommends the use of
for you. go I Mach Brothers vs. Grover Hupple, Tuesday night at the direction enough for the convenience of all
has of late accustomed the for ,
loaded with buckshot
shotguns
There are 8,000 men' at work on the damage $300. of the president, the text of which I within easy reach of the shopping district ri
cantonment.: This' number is being I Mach Bros. vs. Meletlo -Fish &: follows: world: Can peace be based. upon a I' trench,fighting, especially: in repelling -
far
yet from
yY Increased by 500 a week so that a Oyster Co., damage $200. To His -Holiness Benedictus XV.. restitution of its power or upon any I' attacks at close range. He says thisis the busy streets enough, that the removed cool Florida
I word of honor it could pledge in a the most firearm known. It
maximum of 10,000 will be reached R. S. Floyd vs. Meletio Fish & Oyster Pope: deadly breezes which 'in at'tho
before the is completed. These''' Co. treaty of settlement and accommodation will stop any charge. .Moreover, he comes open
camp $300.Charles "In acknowledgment 'of the communication I windows brings only a hum of traffic
obtained by the contractors ' Coulson Michell Paterson T thinks there are now in private hands '
men were L. vs. of ;your holiness to the that is lulling rather than disturbing
'Responsible statesmen must now in this at least enough such
labor markets throughout country ,
from. unlawful.detainer. .
belligerent peoples dated August 1,. While the Hart Memorial building
West and Middle West. everywhere see, if they never saw be- of the type suggested ( e
tho South W A. Gregory Vs. Mach Brothers, 1917, the president of the United guns pump. is a club house and used by the wom
Most of them being skilled laborers, appeal from justice court. States requests me to transmit the following fore, that-no' peace can rest securely guns) to equip 25,000 American sol\ en's organization of the city It is alsoa
are white men. Town of St. Cloud vs. E., G.'Fords. reply upon political or conomic restrictions diers. Such a gun loaded for bear,
: and above all else
library I it is rest'
And now about the lumber. Half a Town pf St.Cloud, vs. John II. De- "Every heart that has not been meant to benefit some nations and would be at a range' of 40 or 60 yards.Of room In the truest meaning of a the

k million feet a day. Twenty million Craw blinded and hardened by this terriblewar cripple or embarrass others, upon course the pump gun loaded with term. ..;

feet in' all, the contracts specify Town of St. Cloud vs. Helen must be tduched by this moving vindictive action of any sort or,any buckshot might not prove practicalfor .
"There in bre.-y.th, is the obituary of Drought and A. E. Drought. appeal of his holiness the pope; must kind of revenge or deliberate Injury. the needs of trench warfare. Certainly A' peculiar condition not found In
y of The American people'' have suffered it would add to the burdens of many northern towns exists in. Flor.Ida's '>
ti a dozen forests -forests pine, cypress Town of St. Cloud vs. E. G. Farris. feel the dignity and force of the-hu- cities
'and poplar from as far as Virginia Town of St Cloud vs. E. G. Farris. mane and glorious motives which intolerable wrongs at the hands of the the soldiers, for the army rifle' has visit where hundreds of strangers -
the north and Mississippi imperial German "government, but< longer .and Is witha the community for a few .
on First National Bank of Hillsdale prompted it, and must fervently wish) a range equipped hours
i on the west-redwood from California Mich., vs. Didanla C. Wheeler.: that we might take the path of peace they desire, no reprisal upon'the German bayonet, which is indispensable. or days which might stretch

"' for water tanks and sewers On the criminal docket appears: .,.. he BO persuasively points out. But it people who have themselves suffered But the shotgun is a deadly weapon atclose away Into weeks' if the town is found
for, all things in this which attractive and they have that "at 1''
cedar posts. State of Florida vs.- war range.
would be folly 'to take it if it doe .
figures leave tbjsy did not choose. They,believe that home, feeling" so .necessary to comfort .
those still
Maybe I Roland Tompkins, sale of illegal not in fact lead to the goal he 'pro Then too, the adoption of the shotgun -
p :you'cold.' Wait. liquor. Our must be based peace should rest upon the rights of would tickle the vanity of the I, or happiness.Here .

t There are 1,400; buildings>> under: Will 4. Montsdoca, assault and bat- upon poses.the stern response facts and upon nothing peoples, not the rights of govern native'American.; He would recall, as 1 I. where our rest room plays +

; construction' in the cantonments.,< tery. else. It is not a mere cessation ments-the rights of peoples great 01 the writer {in the Scientific American important part in the upbuilding ofthff .
There'are 26 sawmills the small, weak or powerful-their equal that this town for: it has been utilized as asocial
on camp John Boatwright and Will Boat. of :rms he d'!slres;'it is a stable and does weapon was popular in '
site. wright larceny of hog less. than the, enduring'peace. This agony must not rights to freedom and security; and the American Revolution and that it center when strangers are

,There are 62 miles! of sewers and value of $20. be through with again,' and it self-government and to "e participation : : played havoc at Banker 11111 as soon made especially welcome. Public receptions -
gone I
water ditches within ('i the camp I State of Florida vs.. James Baker, must be a matter of very sober judg upon fair term in the economic as Israel Putnam's boys saw the white have been planned, ; for them
boundaries. : .larceny opportunities of the world-the, German of the.Red Coats' He would recall each week of the winter season and
: ( "t.,' ;'l-ioIo", r ia \ ''u ..1.i ment, what will insure us against eyes. .
Because of'the'rfing'topography' ( State''of:' Florida Yvs,, .1fJ.VanlRlcketts! ; it ;\ ,..If\,;; ,"(" "''ji I.," :/" .';:/i.:, (;\,;, "' :,.':' people of course, .,included: If that from time Immemoriat buck they have not been slow in taking' advantage ;

excavations for sewers in some places ,I petit larceny. "*" ,"His holiness I in substance proposes they will accept 'equality'and not'seek shot have been relied upon to;, bring ', of the courtesy.,:.!)- .*f: **

pre from 20 to 32 feet deep- a'task State of Florida vs. D. C. 'McLean that we return to the status quo' ante. dominion. -- down 'the bear and the deer of the AttrsetWinter, | Visitors. ; T*
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for engineers as big as any that the I'illegal sale of liquor. bellum and that then there be a gen. "The test therefore, of every planof American wilds, and that nothing is At one of these events last winter, i

city of Atlanta furnished. I State of Florida vs. Walter Beebe, eral condonation, disarmament and a peace' is this: Is it based upon the better when in an argument with your a Northern visitor remarked to a'rep.

L Six Square Miles assault and battery. \ concert of'nations based upon an acceptance faith of all the peoples involved or neighbor over a line fence or the virtues -, rtsentative of the Gazette (at it hap ow

State of Florida vs. William Crosby of the principles of arbitra- merely upon the word of on ambitious of ;your dog, than a. double. pened): "We have"'planned so long

acresnearly aggravated assault. tion; that by a similar concert freedom and intriguing government on the barreled gun l loaded with buckshot. I to come here and have t'ead. in the, t

: For water supply there are five State of Florida vs, Sam Turk' assault of the seas be established; and one hand and a group of free peopleson They know this; for some of them. paper about these receptions; about

200,000 gallon tanks) of redwood. and battery. that' the territorial claims of France the other This is a test which have made the experiment. the roses, the lights, the mu.lc. and

I#.o';' The Y. M. C. A., and Y. W. C. A., State of Florida vs. P. S. Murphy, and Italy, the perplexing problems of goes to ,the root 'of the matter; and it The shotgun would quicken the Interest even tb4 fire In the grate, ]just us it Is fi

the Knights of Columbus are erectIng illegal fishing. the Balkans States( and the 'restitu- is the test which must be supplied. of the average American' 'in the tonight. I.can't tell yon how a.trai-.: .... '

t f eight. auditoriums for the entertainment State of Florida' vs.: Will Helen, illegal ; tion of Poland be left to such concUiatory "The--purposes' the United Statesin war, gratify, hij pride 'and possibly t'vo it soundedwhen\ we were shut in ,

f of the soldiers_the Y. M. fishing. adjustments as may be possible this war are knjwn to the'' whole make the war popular even among on account\: of the cold, )r how plea.

I' C. A. seating capacity 2,000. State of Florida vs. H.- P. Tindall, of the peoples whose political' for- world-to, every people to whom the pacifists.-Montgomery Advertiser. 'nt' WI' find it nowwe are hern.' "

' There are six freight depots on illegal fishing. tunes and affiliations. will be in- truth has, been permitted to come. .- This party remained in the city for. s
h the main' line of the Southern railroad State of Florida vs.:-Silas Clemons, v I1'1d. They do not need to be stated again. R. D. DRIGGERS, PIONEER several months and during the stay -{

at the camp station-each 204 'illegal)] fishing.BANDY "It is manifest that.no part of this We seek no material advantage of any ''KISSIMMEE CITIZEN DEAD purchased a valuable grove propertyd

ty 43 feet. program can be successfully carried kind. We believe that the intolerable and several acreage tracts near here

p There are. engineers working to MEETS ADVENTUREAT out unless the restitution of the wrongs done in this war by the furl R. D. Driggers, one of Kissimmee' A new usefulness was added to the ,
,BEACH. BUT SAVES ,PIPE ous, brutal power of the imperial German well known citizens, died at his homeon club
f make the camp --roads permanent by status quo ante bellum. furnishes a pretty house last season whena
coating: them with gravel arid a pat -- firm ,and satisfactory basis for it. The government ought to be repaired, Patrick street Friday, at the ripe hostess was installed there;'its doors
e All,of Mr, C. L. Bandy'sfriends but not at the of the old age of 72 years.
sovereignty
ent tar expense were kept hospitably
prepamtion.I object of this war is to deliver the open through
I There is a fire-fighting system as aro delighted to see him back from free peoples of the. world from the of any people-rather a vindication His illness was of about two weeks' the day and the public was' invited to
elaborate extinguishers his eight day's vacation at Daytona of the sovereignty both of duration and though: he received care- I its e
as tanks patent; menace and the actual power of a occupy sunny rooms em a reading
hand-grenades and exper- Beach,and 'especially)] rejoice over his vast military establishment controlledby those that are weak and of those that ful medical attention and was sur- and rest room. Ladies brought their

t ienced supervision can make it. W. narrow escape after' a perilous adventure an irresponsible government are strong. Punitive damages thedismemberment rounded by the loving ministrations 'I fancy work and chatted and becametllends
of his wife and he
'answered
c T. Cody son of Atlanta's fire Chief, which having secretly planned to of: empires, the establishment !! children as they whiled away 'the
in the briny eep. the summons about 6 o'dock'on
of selfish and exclusive
and an efficient fireman himself is dominate the world proceeded to carry hours Out-of-town shoppers were'
In .charge.( I Saturday afternoon Mr. Bandy the plan out without regard eitherto economic leagues :we deem inexpedient Friday afternoon. I I more than grateful for the comfort it

There are-But what's the use. seated on the end'Of the pier, was treaty or the long established practice and in the end worse than f J- Rev. C. H. Sumners conducted the afforded while they waited for trains.

It's big Big. t deeply engrossed in drowning. minnows and long cherished principles of tile..no proper basis for a peace of funeral services which were held at : The elderly residents who live some

For establishment of the cantonment suspended on the end of a international action and honor; any kind least of all an endurin'gpeace. the house Saturday 3 p. m. and the I distance out pronounced it'a' great

:; the United States Government twine. Suddenly, towards; the middleof which chose its own time ,for the war, That must be based upon- justice body was followed to Rose Hill ceme- convenience and even the school chit.
tery by friends of almost life '
time.
: has appropriated $3,250,000. Arthur the afternoon, he was surprised by delivered its blow fiercely and suddenly and fairness and the common a dun soon acquired the,habit of running .

Tufts of Atlanta is contractor. r. As getting a bite, and leaned over ""with stopped at no barrier either of law rights of mankind. The deceased was a pioneer resident In to consult the library'\ for ref- M
of this
city having lived here for
. !. : advisory and supervising officers the such joyous expectancy and amazed or mercy swept a whole, continent erence, books. '
BAD WEATHER nearly and '
INTERFERES thirty
following 'army men-most of them .a.tonrsbment. that his pipe fell from within tho tide of its blood-not the years was well Not a few men were callers there. ;'
WITH LOCAL BALL GAME known through his interest in local
experienced reserve officers-.are on his mouth. blood of soldiers only but the blood Generally they ,were elderly! men who
politics. He is I survived by widow
the job: The "bite" began to take a hurried of the innocent women and, children wished to read a few hours. In fact,
The ball between the Com- three daughters and' two
game all of
sons
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_Major J. N. Pease, constructing ,departure, and whether it was to call also, and the helpless poor and now the idea proved s. popular and seem.' '
Kissimmee.
r quartermaster; Captain C.:' F. Coffin the durn thing back, or to.recover the stands balked but not defeated the pany B boys and the town team at I ed so indispensable to the city's activities : ..

: field constructing'quartermaater; recalcintrant pipe, we do not know, enemy of four-fifths of the world. the local grounds Thursday afternoonwas A party of Campfire Girls from that the unselfish women' who'had'

Captain H. G. Palmer. Inspector of but in a few moments Mr. Bandy was This power is not the German peo- gieatly hampered by inclement Kissimmee. chaperoned by Rev. and labored to meet the additional 'efptnse -

buildings; Captain W.; .. Cooper. battling with i the foaming surf. All ple. It is the ruthless master of the weather and was called off at the I Mrs' C. H. Summers, has been camp which this keeping open house r p

transportation construction; Captain hands were soon on deck and a line German people. 'it is no business of close of the fifth inning with a score ing on the' shores of Lake Conway ought about decided to continuethe

'''H. F.: Mayer finance; Captain W. J. was thrown out and in a short time ours how that great people came under -> of. 1 to 0 in favor of the city. No admission since Monday and this morning hiked plan through the summer.' -

Cade, :camp sanitation,;! 'Captain Jv Mr.. Bandy came riding in upon a its control or submitted :with 'was charged and a collectionof into Orlando, a distance .of five miles August a Busy Month :
E. .Markham) Captain C. P, Hill. lighter triumphantly waving the During the,month .of August the-
,r res. temporary zest to the domination of $6 was taken to,add to the Com- or more, before the heavy rain which
electrical installation; Captain C. F. cued pipe and dragging in tow two. quietest month of the 'year, one hun '
a its purposes, and,it is our business to pan)"'_ fund. The batteries for'' the kept them marooned for more than aa
-Wagneiywater; sewer and plumbing; pound sand-dollar.' see to it that the history of the rest militia were:' McAllister and Adder; hour;when they started back to'camp. dred and fifty people mad use of the '

Captain B.:A. Purcell truck administration Mr.,Bandy also has opportunity to of the 'world is 'no longer left to its. foe,the sty; Cornell and Prentis. Those in the camping party are Rer. rest room. Mis* Lena Lord, the gen'f +

,; ; ,Captain S. W. Marietta post'hospital verify the report' that submarines handling. '..R r and Mrs.'C. IL Summer'md sons'C. ial hostess there is authority, for this,

,. w (-uncompleted;) Captain I had been teen off the coast of Florida "To deal with such a power, by way. Duval County By the end of the H.,and Christie; Misses. Lois Over-, statement who, in speaking 'of these d

Thomas: Speiden and Wilson, quarter. i and had be not been'' so. deeply en- of "peace upon the plan proposed by season fifteen now altos win have street Mary Slncletal'7', Muriel Pren- visits said some of them were" for. half

\master depot;. Major it- 0., Seamons, I groasedwith Kis."'catch- night have his;holiness, the pope, ':would so farM been erected in this county. The interest tis. Dorothy Wells, JeanetU Prevail aft boor and other for half *v.day

6 lucceeded in entangling 'a propeller. we .can see, involve m recuperation in better'livestock growing Sarah Potter and Lilian Harris- Thirty-four of this number were oat- '
Cmtlnoed oa Pag Four) I with his twine., of',iU strength sad renewal :of i its i
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St. Cloud Department Proceedings of the r ,I I very bocrd much, 'Ivlssimmee and in stated need,and that of work Whittier the,roads and were sug between UGH !! CALOMEL MAKES YOU $ICKIDON'T 'I:



I County Commissioners gested tbat,the board'have roads
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i i STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATED
j'I I dragged and leveled down. ,

NEWS. AND, NOTES OF THE WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN I 'Mr. Pat, Johnston being present ,
1 Klssimmee Fla. Aug 6th. 1917. .
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTVeterans' also stated that Dome repairs should I

The Board of County Commissioners ber made on the roads mentioned by "Dodso 's Liver Tom" Will Clean Your Your druggist or dealer sells you a !
'I BO cent bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone
in and for Osceola County Florida Mr. Lee. Sluggish Liver Better Thin Calomel under
toy personal guarantee that it i 4 :
AssociationThe pa who have been visiting Mrs. Den- met in Clerk presented letter from Mrs.
regular session on the will clean your: sluggish liver better than
tad. CaD Not Salhato.
Veterans' Association met at 2 ig's mother at Narcoossee, returned above date, there being present Ernest Janie Johns asking the board for assistance I nasty calomel; it won't m e""ou sick

p> m., August 25th, Tre8ident'Kenney., home Monday morning. and after inquiring into the 1 Calomel makes you sick) you lose aciay' and' you can eat anything you waul
presiding. Mach chairman; E. L. D. Over. work. Calomel is quicksilver and without being salivated Your 't
druggist
I Mrs. Ives merits of the Commissioners E. :
Diefendorf and case,
Opened by singing America. two children street A. .F. Bass B. H. Guy W.' F-; it salivates) calomel Injures your liver. guarantees that each spoonful will ..tr%. },
L. D. Over-street made motion that
of DeLeon a
ChaaUin Springs who has Walker, commissioners! ; John S. Ca If you are bilious j fuel lazy -sIUKgiuh your liver. clean your 'bowels and I I
hy Beaochzs.Reading .
Prayer ) ben here visiting: relatives for the she be allowed $5 per month maintenance and all knocked out, if your bowels arconstipated straighten by I
del
you up morning or
for the
attorney board and J. L. you
of minutes of last lead
meeting <
aches
and or
past ten days has returned home. Over-street clerk. which motion :y/as seconded by : your get your money back. Children gladly' ,'f
stomach is just take a spoonful of I
sour,
: and same were approved i after take Dodson's
A. F.' Bass and and it Liver Tone because it
carried was I.
Mr. Bryan Comwell leaves Thursday The minutes of the regular harmless Dodson s Liver Tone "instead'
amending by inserting; "A reading by meeting pleasant tasting and doesn't '
ordered. gripe or
so of calomel.odaoa's j
tiling sickening, salivating I
for
Tampa, where he'will attend July, and special l meeting of .
!MillS Nina Carey. July Mr. Wm. II. Kempfer appeared before Liver Tone is real liver medi cramp or make them sick.I "

No new business offered; neither school. were read and approved.The the board and cine. You'll know it next morning because am selling millions of bottles of 4 I

was anything for good of association Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Cole of New ,matter of calling an electionfor presented a peti- you will) wake up Jerling' fine, Dodson's Liver Tone to people who have ....
tion from Mr. Geo. W. Hopkins asking your liyer will be working your headache found that this pleasant vegetable liver]
city. York City,' came in on Wednesday Special Road and Bridge District ; ,
elr
for certain improvement the end dizziness stomach medicine takes '
on POl' your the place of dangerous 'eeslomel.
Comrade Ogden', of J3th Iowa anew evening last and bought lots on Flor- in Commissioners District No. 3, road between St. Cloud and Deer Park will be, sweet and bowels regular. You Buy one bottle on my' sound .-

arrival, was introduced and ,made ida avenue and expects to build. Mr. Osceola county Florida, was taken 'WIlt feel like working./ You'll be eh er. reliable guarantee Ask your' druggist 'i 1
said
endorsed
petition being
and Mrs. Cole there by a num- j full full of energy vigor and .ambition. aboutine.
n.few remarks. Comrade'Ogden has were' here two years up being two petitions presented ber of the citizens of that vicinity, ','

lrou ht'property and is now.a citizenof ago' and. are. much pleased with our and filed with the board at ,I.

the Wonder City. city. For the present! they are pleas- their regular meeting, July 2nd, 1917, 'Mr. Kempfer stated that if the board j Chas Witness K. McCrory of: Ct Rep; '___ 21.CS I a representative from the Board of f'
\ not in to make' the im-l: Prosecuting Altol'neOenv. )-
was position
President 'addressed us on "Why antly located at the Bonair House. ones nskino, for the creation-- -- nf A *lia.: .... Dass 80" I Trade of Kissimmee, in the interest of ';*

are we at war"Collection i Mr. Williams of Winter Haven, wasa trirt, and the issuance of bonds for I provements\ at present that petitioners James Will: Urawdy Hall __,_.-' 2.00 S 4)0 I re-distrieUng ,the county. Mr. Car-, )J
Would it if work couldbe : :
appreciate Alma rawdy, .-.. . <">
taken for hall expenses. guest on- Tuesday of the .Misses the construction of asphalt or bituminous done it f?. IA Banlly .commissions- 8K 27 I s quoted law from the General 4
as soon as, was possible -
Appointment lenders for social Doolitle. concrete'roads, and onefor the Osceola. Hdw. Ci).. ,sup. O If------- ISErnest Statutes in regard to re-districting \
matter passed. I. Milliard road ...__ 5n
program for month of' September, ai Mis Marie Brack, who has been creation of a'district and the issu-. O.V.. Walker, road work work._-_ 8 I the county, and 'insisted that immediate -
C. L.
Mr. his
follows visiting her friends Misses Anna and nnce of bonds for the construction of Bandy presented error Walker & Milliard sups: tn P. O 1.150 I action should be taken so that' A I:
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and Insovency) report on the 1916 W. & C Ito C. sups to P. K. 41 74
First Saturday; Mrs. Worrell. Louise Hoppe left on Thursday mornIng brick roads; 'and the board having D. K Kllpatrlck rep 'on rldvs.. S OOHoma I there'might be a full board where, i*
tax books, which report after being Thomns. don to'Co. II. N. n. CO,00
Second Saturday Mrs. Williams. for her home at Cincinnati, hio. ascertained that each of the petitions examined City of St. Cloud. pro rata Road I upon W. F. Walker made'a motion
tho board
Third Saturday Mrs.. Stilwell for I The Lake Shoro Club, will give a contained 'the requisite number of accepted.by wa approvedand Mr.Tax M-Bronson_maintenance?-,_a.llKTI_ 600 I'that the re-districttng be made ac- ,"

the AV..C. T. u.. literary entertainment on Thursday names of qualified voters who were T. M. Rivers, ex! body' H, Me- I cording1: the outline presented by t
Mr. Pat ,Johnston beforethbosrdrandasiced'1f'IavrJ ____ .
tor freeholders appeared LAuKJ.lIn _______..__u_ 10.00
e' jng ret .iEKl!! jmtdproposed'district I committee from Board of Trad0.I -
lH'w.y..Mt&-N .
n&.careyr '
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Fifth Saturday. Comrade Sill. Mrs. Maurice '(Coodrictf J "of'WintefHaven ;' ComnTlssidndr 131t"Cu'y'nade made for the support of constructing i waS 'First-rr't'Na.t.ltnkrVtcloud"rav: :!, 25: I \OnTcT r lnjii&'n-w';S;(seconTea b't g. U.' "

Meeting here placed in charge of ,' is visiting her! mother and a motion that an election be fer -- ..... R974 Guy, and called to a vote. Commissioners \
sistera .,Mr- Doolitfl"<3 and Misses called' fo>.the" 1&thaayof September dipping vats in Osoeola county, and J. .C.. Loning.( hire Btattt rrIN'hU8.fZ- B. H.:Guy,,W. F"Walk'
CpiUjade"lEkamchumborsociapro? l !- after advised the board'that Lu r Fleda Lottie A. D. 1917) each of'said belnif by Evans .__ 32 57
hniLJessie Doolittle.Mr. on petitions; -- -- Ernest Mach voting for 'such di:18ion.
gram. no levy was made for .uch'purpose, Mrs. Janle l Johns, maintenance0: <> : ,
Song "When the roll is called ..H. J.'Hlllibrandt went to 'Jacksonville which motion was seconded by W. F. Klssv" W. A 1.. Plant lights for and A. F. Bass and E. L. D. Over- l.
F up Mr. Johnston asked the board to allow July '___ h11.30 "
Walker ----- ------------
yonder." on Saturday last on a business and carried by unanimous street voting against such division
Mr. B. E. Evans of
Talk by President Kenney on trio. vote of the bocrd and it was so expense running ,Paid warrants were ordered canceled a, majority having voted for the divition >
that he assist
car, so might the stock
""Who we are Fighting." Dr. R. M. Buckmaster and wife of ordered.Mr. in from the various funds as follows: the board passed a resolution }
men dipping cattle etc., whereupon
Mrs. Clara Kenney on tobacco. St. Petersburg are ,visiting at the L. D. Frost, Mr.'S. J. Entriken Commissioner W. F. Walker made a leneraj Revenue Fund___- _: _1104020 declaring the boundaries of the new

Recitation by Nina Carey 'The home ef their son. Dr. O. L. Buck. et al., appeared before the board in Road and RrldirA Fund.__-___'_ 891 01 districts. '
motion that be which
request granted Hard Surface
Fireman's. Wedding." master and family the interest of the asphalt petition, Road Fund9018.62: The clerk called the attention of the
motion was seconded by A. F. Bass
Recitation by request, A. S. 1>1 e. Mr. Baxter of Kenansville is in our accompanied by their attorney lion. and carried and it' w'as so ordered.Mr. Tax Collector's report showed the board' to the necessity of making application.for :1

Kay, "Bill Masons Bride." city for a few days. L. C. Massey. George Sullivan and Mr. Pat following amounts collected for license state prisoners on or be- .;

Temperance Song by Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Ed Ely, who 'has been spending The board instructed the clerk to Johnston each being the mat general $6'and auto $40.80. fore the first day of September 1917 ..
present
DePew "Will You Be True" the summer at Trenton N. J.,. Is prepare notice of election on each ter for opening road as Tax Collector's report showed $18 whereupon Commissioner A. F. Bass
petition
Recitation by Golda ]roves. "That home again. petition. filed with the board at former per meeting collected for polls. J made a motion that the board apply

Little Brother." Misses Lilliam and Grace Ide who The following named persons were taken and after The report of county depositories for forty thirty grade prisoners to be

'Reading by Mrs. N.I A. Stillwell have been spending some time with then appointed to serve as Inspectors into was the merits of up the case thoroughly going showed the following balances on used on the public roads of. 'Osceola

relatives and and clerks for the election. hand Augu8t'1st. 1917 I
'America Awake. friends in Georgia arrived Commissioner E, L. D. Overstreet : county which motion was seconded .
Music home Wednesday.Mrs. Precinct No. '4, St. Cloud on petition \II\ by E. L. D.' Overstreet. and
by Loyd Phillips on harmonica made a motion that Joe E. Johnston Oenera.1 Revenue Fund____--_t Sill'I carriedby
with bone accompaniment.Piano Madge Niawonger, who has for asphalt, etc.t P. E. Morgan Fine and Forfeiture Fund._:':' 21*.TS unanimous vote of the board. ..I
be Instructed to make a of the Road and ...
survey Rrldire, Fund.. 371.211
solo by Edith!' Harrod followed l- been spending the past few weeks J. K. Conn E. E. Livermore, inspectors proposed road and report with Hpeclal: Publicity FUnd------- 11147 The clerk was instructed to< publish ".
here l left I ; Fred Kenny clerk. Hard Hurface Road Fund1411.52 ] notice f6r bids
by Sill's Calithompin Band on Monday morning for her the board so that they might have a i on bonds bids

'string band and dialogues. Adjourned home at Tampa. Precinct No. 4, St. Cloud on petition something substantial to act Upon a motion made and duly sec to be received up to 10 a. m.,

to meet on Saturday. September1st. A surprise was given Miss Lucile for brick: Edward George J. I. which motion 'was seconded by B.upon H. onded, the board adjourned until 2, p. ber 17th, 1917.

J. L. BROWN Cleghorn on ,Friday evening last by Cummings, Ralph Reynolds inspectors Guy and, carried and I it was so 'or. m., August 8th, 1917. The board passed the SeptemJ'

Secretary. the ,Baptist choir at the home of Mrs. ; D. 11. Gill, clerk. I dered. resolution: .

Deschner, the evening was pleasantly Precinct No. S, Deer Park 'on petl. The itemized estimate of The, Board of County Commission Whereas the Board of County ,

7>lr. David Cop is quite ill at this spent. Miss Cleghorn 'was presentedwith tion for asphalt, etc.: W. R. Nettles and expenses, and levy as made revenues by era of Osceola county, met at 2 p. m., Commissioners in and for Osceola

writing. ji a sterling silver souvenir, spoon Young Tindall J. W. Tracy, inspectors the board at their regular meeting August 8th 1917 pursuant to ad. county Florida desire to make a ,

'The auxiliary to the army and navy by the choir. She is from Rapid City I ; W. H. Kempfer, clerk. I July 2nd, 1917, and published in accordance journment of August the 6th, 1917, a transfer from the hard surface road

held their regular meeting on Monday South Dakota and has been visitingat Precinct No., 6, Deer Park, on taken and full board being present. fund to the general, road fund ,of the .
Jo; law was
afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ruin- tion for brick: W R. Nettles, petl.1 the and up The board was called to order, by amount of $3,000 to be applied on ,i
same approved by Board

E.. Hill After. ." ,a',.short. . .,. business...... . ..._,,session ... mell. .This ,was also Mrs. Warner's Tindall, J. W, Tracy inspectors; .,, spread upon the minutes of the ordered its chairman Ernest Mach. payment of, amounts oW the oifi':..nf- ..""..,'., "

tneypadjournedtojjjmeetjafter' | birthday7isotiee!! ; i creamj and:cake:was HJ/Kempfer,1.) lerk dli\.f I"j' { ;},/%. ,tf."' of the ..., \ .,:The:: election. returns for,: Precinct'' ",: i; :
: ' ugustirneeting! board. : .1 t i\if
this inth ][Moose 1Iall nTNewlYoric served4.MJ88 ClcghorrTreturned J t o'jiergrandmotlier's'TatJLincolnTf Precinct1ctNottlon"l 1 :t Ii arcoonee:,(on! pt't I Th Jollowing,lnotarybo'tds, 'were k No. y/a./;\\I;Bas8Ingel'FloridaIi/ held!jf[ orratification'on I rojra taTof 1 thorfl e : collected

avenue:; l : Neb.iijB| r aSPh l t J lJ ll. M .!thej7th''day: pf'August! ?? f 9 1 O. and _
examined[and r fapproved to vifJJWiC. | ; .i
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G.: ABleech; as !*\*MissTAnna"Hoppe entertained''at a L.TindalJ.C'B..Buckley. inspectors, .,King with Levi! Shambow" J.' I. A:'D."1917, for the purpose of ratify f Whereas?by>n act of .the leg8I! ,.

lots on Tenth street and Pennsylvania theater party Tuesday evening and S.. J. Entriken, clerk. ,Cummings as sureties, and G. P. Garrett -' ing the act of Legislature creating ture' in 1915, Section 3 ofChapter

avenue andwill, start his new after' the show all wended their way Precinct No. .8, Narcossee, on petition I with D. G. Wagner and Pat Okeechobee county( having been delivered C814, such board is authorized to

uilding as soon as the debris' can be to the Clyde where ice cream was for brick: R. L. Evans J. C. Tison' Johnston as sureties.. """ 1 I to the board they proceded to make such transfer by the approval

cleared: away. served. C. W. Bruns inspectors; F. W Hill, Pension claim of E. H. Fennel'' was canvass the same in open board. of the Comptroller of the. State of

Mrs. Marion Weatherby has pone to clerk. The result of the election being as Florida,
examined and approved by tno board. .
Gainesville Fla., and from there expects THE SOB OF THE,SUB Mr. F. 1I{. Bass appeared before the : follows: Be it resolved by the Board of
i The following Mils were examined "
to go to Chattanooga Tenn. board and asked them to donate For County Commissioners '
Ten ambitious submnrtnes $50 approved and ordered paid: ratification of said act, 19 of Osceola

I Mr. Charles Johnson and family RplndhlttK through 1114* l>brine I to Company B, F. N. Guards, and votes. county, Florida, 'In regular session

have moved here from Sanford anl) On Which'. ulna left went toRdhir(.ut of itnm.nine. after some discussion as to the advisability Tli-neet. Mach.. cnmmi'4sinOI'I I:a.0.\ Again ratification of said act, 1 vote. assembled this, the 6th day of August
I-} I. l I. (nv..r're..t. r-ntnmSrtSionpr I4CA. )>> t
will belocated at Maryland avenue of making such donation .Commissioner I'". Knftn. ., oommlHwInnd'* . . .-. Iff.00 The Board of County Commission. 1917,. that we, the said board, '.

and Twelfthstreet: Nine asplrlnir themselves submarinesTrtiNt to fate! A. F. Bass made a motion "II.'. If)t.'. Oil Walker}, commissioner, .omm".I..r" l -_ 44.1)0 Zrt.(\)') ers having canvassed the election make request- for authority to trans. I{

Word has been received from our One Their dove steep: In 't..t. too d.p; that the request be granted which John K' (Cndel attorney for board 20.51 turns as provided by law, instructedthe fer the sum of three thousand dollars i
number wasthen', eh'htElirht .T, n::. lisse, Innftor_ SO.00
young friend, Harry Johnson, that he motion was' seconded by B. II. Guy, T. M. Murphy, ,.Judice fix Ct.-._ Z5.OOr clerk of the said board to make from said hard surface road fund to
is somewhere In Europe and is BKKrfunlve submarines and carried by unanimous 'of ,. II Innrnin, rare of J"II.-_-- 12.BO a certified prQceediAgs the general
well Seeking TOP a baton: vote the \\'. M. Crawford Co, Pros Alt/-. 83.S3 copy of the of road fund. "

and sends his regards to all inquiring One.Which take made note,the refused total to seven.ltpvn fast. board and the clerk was instructedto It.. r.13.O\ertreet Evans. Co.clerk Dem.and A {aud.119.0"."nt. ..100).00J board insofar 03 relates to' the can There being no' further business

friends. draw a warrant for the amount on ,.MaintenanceHamuel vassing of returns of said elecetion, before the board motion for adjournment "I j

Little Verna McGill had the misfortune alert submarines. the Special 1 Publicity Fund. Moutsdeooa _.-._-._-- .11.00 ana the result fliilty /i
Th..n..my went to "flx'f; K. 1,1. UvlnKstoii. -4..i-_.* t&.00 thereof, and mail to was maA- i ft.* t..1
to hurt her leg Just above, the Tt1..y nil went fine, till a floating: mine The board took a recess until 2 P. m. n. If urOe 6."" the secretary. __ g\f ktata if 1.<'1,...IA A. adjourned to meet in regularsessiex I I
Reduced -' -- ----- --
the fleet ? "
to nix.
Julia Jeralgran ________ __ ___ Boo .V"Uo6"j
ankle on Thursday last while at the The' board reconvened at 2 p. m., Mrs O. M Tounsc_______-___-,_- R.00. The clerk presented and read in September 3rd, 1917. "
Six defying: submarines. A. M. Lt _____________ "
I Chaunoey 6'">
Jake swimming: In jumping from theboard Ready for the .strife; a full board being present.Mr. Mrs. I.. Mnhlcs _______,_______ 6.00 open board a letter from Mr. A E. ERNEST MACH
: into the lake, but at last report All went.well. till an enemy shell J. M, Lee having asked the H 11(. 1"lell"d,0\ 500 Drought in which itemized the damage Attest: Chalrtn
.
Diminished them to four. : Mrs.,A. Simmons ________.._ R.00Mrs n.
.he was getting along nicely. board to allow Mrs Missouri Bron. Jlnov Padgett.a___un BOO doneto his property on hammock J.. L. OVERSTREET: Clerk.
Mr. and Mrs. Van" Pour determined submarines John 8 Pennell ,..______ ____ 8.011 I,
Arsdale whq Terrorised the sea; son something for maintenance, on Jnn* Clements _?__.______n__ fi.00 grove by the county road gang, and !
Tiave been visiting friends in Wiscoa-. : Ttjelr raid was. brief for a hidden reef. the grounds that she was a worthy "'Ilt Hall .____________u___u__ BOO asked the board to repair fence Whenever You Need a General Tonic "
Curtailed the group to tbre H. Tlllis ______.___, ______ 500 and Take
isin, arrived at their home. here on citizen and was not physically able to I>ella Colllnirton '__u_-u_____ ____ 400 plow and level land, whereupon Commissioners Grove's
Friday: evening last Thr.e.p..ratp submarine enrri' her F. Claude flvlvester ____________ B,oo B. II. The Old Standard Grove' Tasteless
Beneath the ocean blue: support. W4 Walker Mrs. KWmmonS 6 Guy made a motion chill Tonic it
Airs. J. G. Hill. who has been While Itecause! there H.left. net but made two.them reffret. made a motion that she be allowed $6 )' I.A'E Oaiette., ..._:::::::::::--_- 6, 3 3"allt.y that the matter be passed, and that General Tonic because equally it valuable contains as the a
leiral notice----- 46 on
spending the summer at Panama, N."Y. % .. per month which motion was secondedby Valley (Oasette blank.. to of Held la 7.76 I Mr. Drought .be allowed] to come before well knoWn tonic properties of QUININE
., arrived .tome Two dejected .submarine Miss Alblna Smith, flomms.80 and IRON. It aCts on the Liver1; Drives
on Saturday A. F. Bass and appro. the board
even carried and it
Their voyage nearly done waa .,. personally with his out
; Teleph. C rent C. H. & P. F___ ,11.110 Malaria, Enriches the Blood
:ing. One 'tis plain was. rammed, In twain so ordered. Poft. Tel. Cable Co. m.... comrnrs .45 claim- which motion was TJuilds the and
seconded Whole
Ho noyv! remained but by up System. 60 centa.
on. W. A C., Qro. C.
Co. sup. H.-Jall :271
i 'J. Starr Anderson, who lias been One The matter of appointment of trus "'..nn..r & awyer type. ribs.____- 8.80 A. F. Bass and carried, and it was

pending the past two weeks at Atlantic To remorseful a neutral port submarine came near; tees for SpecialRoad aad Bridge Insanity T. a:. Murphy Caa_ ____'____________ :2 I 00 so ordered. *
Beach arrived in St. Cloud It there sojourned till 'twas Interned. District No. 1, was taken up, and W. r r. FJ. Derhr.hire------------. 2,00 Mr. L. *1. Farmer being Ask Your Grocer
Which Jeft the high .sea clear. ___ _ present,
nr. M. :J. Hicks _______. 200"
"Monday evening; leaving on Tuesday B. Makinson S. L. Lupfer and J. 1.. H. Jnjrrnm! ______.-__________ 3.80 suggested that the Board of County
ior New York City. Electrical: Experimenter: Alex Bronson were to John 8 Cadel______?_______-__ 1.00 Commissioners have
Contributed by Loyal L. Lane Nar appointed serve West Union T. Co., mes. commrs.. 3 22 a house for the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Denig of Tam : coossee Fla. as such. i J. Z. noiterson, med. to pris.----- 2.75 accommodation of colored .,
-- T. 1\\(. Murphy Judge Juv. Ct.____.12.60 : paupers be
----fl- :- -- -- A committee from the Board of built at the poor farm. wherenrvtn. in... CHEEKNEAL'SCOFFEES
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Trade of Kiesimmee, consisting of T board instructed, Mr.' Farmer 1.-
An Eight Year Paint Test to erect
Messrs. C. A. Carson, N. C. Bryan, Magnolia Balm such building as was needed wken

I" -.- H. C. Stanford S. L. Lupfer et al. funds would justify it. ""

appeared before the board. in the LIQUID FACE POWDER. Messrs. C. A. Carson .:T. M. Lee !
H.
JVltuUc, Paint Won Out Over All Other Paint in interest of the re-districting the ",- .The beauty secret of C. Stanford Milton Pledger, C. S.

: 4, > Longest Endurance. County of Osceola Mr. Carson in women who knowhow Acree, W. B. WUherspoon J. M.

addressing the board s tat ad that the to take care of the com Willson appeared before the board as Best By Every Test I

Board of Trade has been over the'ma'tter plexion. Cannot be ,
.. :In order to determine which paint having same exposure to the that -
sun; aetecteel. Heals Sunburn
-vould. aland best tha test of time.,the I... non. of them were partially protect carefully, he then laid before the Tan. -

;Taoolet. .Mfg. Co, of Sportanburg. S. ed by shade tree.. but fully exposed. Board of Commissioner boundaries 4 VS. cooling stops refreshing.Soothing tOtooOOtOOOtO..o'.o.o. o"'O 3 .to.o.o..o. .j
_
__ x "We
are well
_
pleased with the
result -
(C* painted some sixty: house for an of the 'MASTIC PAINT" and of the various district: a* had x/f Vtt: .. pi.tm.Df jMi The 4. .
/Ifht-yejur. : endurance teat, using the can heartily recommend name to any been considered by the Board of Trade, 1 2r .*. nt,..lm+UlncLtmple Silver Sea 'Hotel '

-tleadla brand one who Is a T>tjyr." for their consideration .$ (eUM color) f or Zc.SUuap.UwMnbCA .
.
Mr. Canon ,
;
I
I tbeir
Her* opinion of Mastic
4 ; ItABTIO PAINT Contains highestpercentage insisted : ;o :40 s.Nd.81..B'oohiPeN.Y. ATLANTIC BEACH
:Talntt that the re-districting i
p should
of sine.. lt CORONADO FLA. fI
... the unadul ,
.,
.
_ "After eight yean we find that the teNted combination of the finest Pure not be delayed.. .
. ;' ;JP..uNT" *ro In better condition and Linseed OILMASTIC discussion be. Wfcat- is LAX-FOS :. 'J -. ' ;
"vtood til. test better than any ef the PAINT pwswmts a. uniform tween the commissioner, and the committee Cwiae tit. Lst, SI.... Dia..... Specialtr 'A.t. ul ., :-t
I' : .other paint Wf/1I..&' Win say further beantlful. enamel-like finish, that will on the IAX-FOS is nmnvcD CAXCAJU .uta'afl. : Iralas
.
J e rtbat the.houses ,"""*- il of the Minel resist the weather condition in subject the board A DigestiT Liquid Laxative CathutJoau4U1'onlc New SaJrQ. I

':'' ..architecture, weather-boarded with climate.' Per color carda, estimate any. passed matter to adjourned session of :.; Contains Csscara Bark $2.50 per Day. Weekly ':r '

-ZonS yeiloir *SPflIOt.the- cam trade, aDd practical adVIce eau on the board Wednesday, Augua 8th at Bloc Flag Root, Rhmbwb'Root.,Black Rate .,.. .,plica&.. :i i '

2p.m. .' Root May Apple toot.Senna Leaves Special,Week EnJ Rate' .. ,
and
. 'M OsceoJa 'Hardware 1 Company, Kissimmce, Ha. 1 Mr., ,J.. )L, Lee, appeared before'the' Pepcin. .Combines strength with Ml*. ,J T5..'$AIt AM H..CAKX. Oireee. A. ,;; :' i"

.. table sresoatic taste. Doeanot pips. SOc ; :
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'JHOTICB 'OF fieRiFP"e.Ar.l'* On v'Two 81x, Seven _jut EtRbt!:' of Rise-; : be lifted off with the n.-n. St.. Johns. County; Th farmers

,II, t6n! Thlrty-on,"'<'South Half ot Section CANNING'CLUB.fTfS;() ) W.cr.U.'COLUMN "This 'drug freecone: doosu't eat out generally manifest Interest in
Notice -Is herebylv.n that under vThlrtyo, all of Section Thirtythree. I I : I a great
.
and virtu of an execution' Issued Township Thirty-four and Thlrtjr-n! all the corns or ,calluses: but; ..hrl..l.them field'.selecting their'aeed' om:. Oft
out off and under the seal of the Circuit In TMrty-thrM,: South' without even irritating the surrounding r
Court for Osceola County Florida, KsnRrv Thirty-two East i skin w one farm twenty acres will be' gone
The humbel has
All Kasrof Rler of Section Six all once peanut sprung
In wherein that Certain Harry D.cause Derfl.r therein, Is complainant pending-, east of River of Section Eight nil Eastof into prominence and its are The Old, Old Song of Home Just think! No paint at all; no over. Fodder pulling as a general
prases
and Southern Colonisation: Company River of Section Twenty-one; all The old, old song that echoesOn soreness or smarting when, applying it practice U a thing of the past In thla
I", a corporation.I Is defendant. In East of River of Section Twenty- sung throughout the length and afterwards. If
.. or your druggist don't
; levied upon the fol seven all East of Riverof Section ) the far winds of the night- county. Only about one-$)fth of one
,,1'. lowln..J'.orlbe4 real eatateIn, Osceola Thlr y-0v.,, all East of River. of Section breadth of the land, The following have) freezone have him. order Z* for
... Thlr- That sings above the war drums per cent of the farmers are pulling'any
.. Thirty-six, all In Township
., County. Florida, to satisfy said e."CUt. tested receipts are not only deliciousbut you. '
tion and costs, and will sail the same1n ty-flv South R&nire. Thirty-two East And the tumult of the fight; fodder, and this would not have
South Half of Southeast Quarter nutritious well.
are highly as
House Klsslm-
front of Court Door
..... mee. Kla, the First Mohday In Octo- West Half East of River .,f Section ,That sweeps across the cltieeWhere' Santa Rosa County: A stock been pulled had it not been for ashortage'
Peanut Butter .
.. -b.r. 1(17. same b..ln.the First Day of One, all East of River of Heel. IonRleven. breedinR"'association of members i
the flags of triumph fly twenty In the hay crop.
all East of River of Section
the month and a legal sales day. during Either the raw or roasted peanuts
the legal hour. of sal., the follow.log Thirteen all Bunt of River of SectionTwentvthree. And whispers in the twilight has been'! organized at Botts. -
all of Section Twentyfive may be used the roasted' nut is
described real estate, All of Section but
Seventeen. Nineteen Twentv- all East of River of Section' Thirtyfive Where the wounded wait to die; The breeds of cattle and hogs'will be Osceola County: Everything Seems

...".n, Thirty-three, and Thrty-nv! ,. South.,Rang.all In Thirty-one Township, Bant Thirty-four' preferable and more satisfactory The song of all the millions selected and arrangements be. made favorable now toward securing a carload
and All of flection Twenty-one, Roast peanuts, then run through a
except East Half of Northwest Qusr- All East of River. of Section One of Who have held one dream at bay to buy purebred males,. ot the next of good grade Texas heifer. for
*.r 01' said Section. Lots One to Thirty-two inclusive meat grinder threo'times, if too stiffedd 1 '
and Couth half of,,Section Twenty-nlno Tw..nty.on/,t \Section One, LoU One to Thirty-two a little olive oil or butter until Of a road beyond Tomorrow meeting. I this county. ,
.
In..lual'lof Section Two Lots OIM to
all In Township Thlrty-ono, South. '
Ran. Thirty-three East. Eight. Inclusive, of Section Three; Lotavle it becomes the. proper consistency. Tha will lead back home some day.
All of Sections One, Two Three and *..n to sixteen. Inclusive. of section -Grantland Rice Taking Cathartic. Every
Four All of Section "'Iv... KxcentNortheast three, Iota seventeen to thirty-two, Inclusive Add salt to taste, in using fresh nuts r
Quarter of cold SectionFive of section three, iota one to five Day for Weeh Don't OUR
it is not RbASTS
usually the
neceseary'touae AND
1 all of Sections Six S"ven, Right, and East Half of lot seven of section : .. John T. Axton, Major U. S.; Army,
North Half of Section Nine, all of Sections dye, ,, lots thirteen and fifteen of section olive oil or butter. Cure Stomach Trouble CHOPS ARE
Ten Eleven, Twelve, Thirteen lye, lots twenty-seven, twenty-elicnf, chaplain: Twentieth Infantry, alto' has .
ntv-nlne and of section flvn, SUPER1eINE8UY'MEM
Fourteen 'Fln..n. Sixteen Northwest tw" thirty -:--
i Quarter of Southeast QUilt t..r of Section Iota one to four Inclusive of section Peanut Bread had the experience! of two' tours in, the .
Seventeen! All of Section Eighteen six, tots fifteen eighteen, nineteen and They do not eliminate the poisonous ANDDINNERTIME ne's
All of Section Nineteen' exceptHrtuthwest twenty of section six, tot twenty-onn, 1 .egg Philippines and five years on the flit .
Bile Accretions 1l1LDINe1'
from'the
.. . ; System
Quarter of said Section to twontv-alx Inclll. x of section six, 1-4 ,
Nineteen ,South" 'Half 01. North- lot. thlriy-ona and thirty-two. of sec cup sugar Mexican border, has prepared a list so declares a leading Chicago Stom- "a'i
tin six, lots one to thlrtv-two Inclusive 1 3-4,cups milk.
.,_ fart andarNOrthHalforow.Snuthweat of section thirty-three, all In of simple things that the home folks ach Specialist.. Often Gall Stones;
Quarter and Southwest Quarter of Township Thirty-five, South, Range .1 cup chopped nuts., $ -
.L-: .Bouthwest. Quarter of Section Twahty Thirty.four .-Bast. .. 8 teaspoonful baking powder. sometimes fail' to think of. He says Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomachand : ..
tall Lots one to thirty-two Inclusive of Au"to' t ee
of Sections Twenty-one, Twenty. e' the first few weeks in camp are the Intestines, Intoxication,
lob Inclusive .
section to 1
two. Twenty-three. Twenty-four, and one one thirty-two teaspoon salt. ( ,
Twenty-five. :All I of Section Twenty-Ulx, of section two lots CIne to eight hardest, for the you'itg soldier.! It is Yellow Jaundice,. Appendicitis and I
except Post Half of Northwest Quarter inclusive, of section. three, lots nine, 4 cups flour other ailments
eleven to eighteen Inclusive of section a violent wrench from horn? Jife and dangerous are the con SIIOULD BE
Sec.
*>t said Section Twenty-six All of Mix thoroughly the egg, milk, sugar ..r
three, Iota twenty to twenty-five Inclusive
dons Twenty-seven. Twenty-elffht normal social ties to conditions sequences. Mayr's Wonderful Remedyis
North Half' of Northwest Quarter of of section three, lots thirtyoneand and nuts, add dry ingredients camp ONE OF TilE HAPPIEST
Bectlon Twenty-nine,. All, of Soctlon thirty-two of section three, lots with tent life, radical change of food, the ideal prescription for Stomach,
through sifter. Mix of the You make
a thoroughly. events day
Thirty except Northeast Ouarter of one to nine Inclusive of section four Liver Intestinal can ;
and ailments.
It has
lots fifteen to eighteen Inclusive, of Turn limited bathing facilities, .stub drill
aid Section Thirty All' of. Svctlnna into two bread pane. Bake from certain of your mealtime joy if
Thirty-one Thirty-four. Thlrtv-flve section, four lob twenty twenty-three, and rigid discipline. ,To tide over this restored millions. One dose will prove
and Thirty-six, All inf Rertlon'Thirtwtwo ,.and lot thirty-two of section four lots 35 to 40 minutes in a moderate oven. tha"t you will purchase meats of us. ;q
except West Hhlf of Northwest one and three to twenty-four Inclusive period home folks may- aid very it will help you. Mayr's Wonder.
ftf section flv>, lots twentv.flvewen.. Place paper over the tops of the pans Phone your order. and ,you'll Le i
Quarter and East Halt of Enst Half of ful Remedy is for sale by J. Z. R bor-
Ills mail is the
said Section Thlrtyi-two; All In Town tr..IX. twenty-nine, (land thlrtv of sec during the first half of the time required materially. big thing 1{' pleased by tho rapid manner in j
ship Thirty-two South. Hange Thirty- \".., lots one to eight Inclusive of \ for the boy in camp. Every day son :
three East. section six lots nine to twelve CIthlrtv.t..o for baking. which we deliver1.
All of Sections Seventeen Nineteen.Pwentvnlne live of secilon'aix, lots se?inteen to send some greeting, or' love token be'
"" Thirty-one, Thirtythree.Ten. inclusive., ...xcel'tV."t Half '- it ever 'so'small.. ", The problem of .The Quinine That Does Not Affect the Head
.' Eleven. ,Southwest Quarter of of lot twent v-neven of section six lots Peanut Brittle ,
one to' tblrtv-one Inclusive of section Tlecaune, of Its tonic end laxative ..if_. LAXATIVE '
Section Northwest Quarter of Is
Thirteen laundry time
difficult. Send
Section Fourteen, all of Sections Fit. seven, lots, 'one, two, three eight. nine, 2 cups sugar some JiKOMO QUININE:is better thsn ordinary City Market)
.. ..n. Sixteen Seventeen, niarhtecn .of eight 1 cup chopped peanuts.Put today, a pair .IOllloilID head. Remember the full name and .
Nineteen Twenty Twenty-one. Twenfylwo sixteen south halt. of. seventeenand the'peanuts tomorrow. Satisfy his ..weet'tooth look fur the signature ol 8. W. GKOVB. sot! ..
; Twenty-three; West Half of twenty of section eight toys twentytwo into a slightly ,
,. ;,,,,,. K ctlpn Ty. v-llve. nil of ft<*rt Ions to twentv-nlno liidiislfa. and with ,and chocolate rn' small))' ,
candy
'r-' ._.....TntY.i? !kn'IJ''wary .w..rn"'liv'e-'Atir siffP' itQt.-.J; JW4, 1WIt A1! {tJ'tt\p'\! R"azm;!' " eight( Twenty-nine. Thirty, Thlrtironr *- '' om', two. three t.'r. iol---u.fiil t l. ana Gac range. Cook sugar in an .tlffF\i pp Mii 1-d.fiiij ?JA'ftl! lttttttt.asrtll.
1i :rhlrtY-I"'o. Thlrty-thri-e Thtrtv- past 11..1of lot live, of .section nine
rTownMhlhlrl, : -.ixi.,. nil lif,hitsvilne. to sixteen, Inclusive. ut section iron, frying pan, stirring' constant! chew gum on a .mar h, which helps >
.' ;- Thirty-fltree.' South, Range nisi lots .seventeen!' ;* e1.lo1'I'te.n.'nl".t..en. ly that It, may not: burn. When "the Him 'to "refrain from drinking' too T

,\, 'Thirty-four All of Sections Knst Any to Thlrty-alx Inlu '' three of,'section twenty-twentvtwo nn!
V ', <* "IV4>, Range Thirty-four, ,HuuXh. Thirty-four SoutIC nenlu' Thirty-three lunch rations this also has ten-'
or a
,
t, Range Thlrtv-four Kast. Rnst. over the peanuts Cut the candy Into ; ,
,:,"- .. All of Sictlona One to Three Inclusive East Half of lot two lots three to squares whilo still. warm. dency to make him smoke much less
.
'. Range Thirty-six South Itnn'ie nine Inclusive, of section seven, lota!
Thirty-four East .eleven. thirteen fifteen slifen JI.t""n ...",- and, keep him from taking up the

Q All except West; Half of RrctlnnTN and nineteen of section seven, lob Peanuts Cookies habit of chewing tobacco.. lie will, !
>ur, all of /poctlons' Five. Seven twentv-thrffe to thlrtv-tw Ific'uMvjof FURNITUREWE ?
Eight, Nine Tent Rleywn, Twelve, section .seven IotA one to five Inclusive Two tablespoons butter.; after a little experience, take pure
Thirteen. Fourteen Fifteen Seventeen of section elarht. lots thirteen to
BlRhteen, Nineteen Twenty, Tweiyv- twenty Inclusive' ..f section eight( lots 14 teaspoons salt chocolate with him on a hike, as it
one., venty-two, Tw..llt.tl1T".n- tnentv-flve thlrtv aM thlptv-two. of *'
1-4 strgarr; seems) to keep a man better than
ty-four, Twenty-five. Twenty-six. ser-tfon right. lots. one to eightnclu cup VR
Twenty-seven, Twentv.elKht, Twentv- sive of section nine, lots nine to fifteenJtifluslve 1.2 cup flour other food. a.
nine, Thirty, Thirty-four, and Thlrtv- and north half of lot sixteenof ]
six, all In Township. Thirty-six. South section nine, lots eighteen to twen : 1.egg. His tent is not lighted, so if you I
Range ThirtY-four Rast .. ty-four Inclusive of section nine, south. 2 tablespoons milk. can provide small pocket flashlightyou HAVE IT !
All of Section Two,, Ten Twelve, half of lots twenty-five, iota twentvslx -
Fourteen Fifteen Nineteen, Twenty-, to thirty-two Inclusive, of section 1 teaspoon baking powder. may solve the problem of his
"1.11". lot twentv-fotir of section
one Twenty-two wenty-throt.! Twen1yfour ten
d : :Twenty-five. Twenty-six t lots ore th'rtv-two 1n"-lvs"e. of section 1.2 cup finely chopped peanuts. finding things at night. Because
Twenty-seven. Thirty-five, of Township -. 'leven. lots one, two. th">e, eve, bathing facilities sometimes
,9'' Thirty.seven ''South flange Thir .'T, of ....('tlonO".nte..n.- lots<< pine, ten 1.2 teaspoon lemon juice. are very

,l ., ty-four Bnst le.en and twelve to sixteen!, Inclusive Cream butter,' add sugar,' and egg limited a good big bath sponge is
All. except. West Halt of Southeast "* sectOm seventeen. lots seventeen. la connection with car Hardware line wt carry a complete
Quarter of section Four all of Section -Ixhte.n.l twenty-one. twentv-two. and well ''beaten. Mix and sift baking appreciated, and you may follow it Eat. of furniture. We make specialty of oatfittiag homes ari
North Halt Section Six Mouth.east twentv-four of section seventeen lotstwentvflve a ,
Five of with towel and then.
powder salt and flour add to first a now
,
;
k Ouarter of Section Seven all ex. twenty-six west half of Ladle reliable
cept North Half of Northeast Quarter lot twenty-seven and lot,twenty-el, mixture, then add milk, peanuts and It is hard to get to the postofflce, ,
of Section Eight all of Section Nine t of section sev-
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all Of Township, Thirty-three South, :teen lots one clt'.Irg: Inclusive of lemon juice. Drop from a teaspoonon and pennies for postage may be few,

Range All except Thirty-three North Half Rast. of Northwest section fourteen elfthtepn.fifteen,lots sixteen. eleven seventen.eighteen twelve,. an vnbuttered sheet one inch apart, so send him a book of stamps. He Bed. Room; Furniture Dining

1- Quarter and l South Half of Southeast lots twenty twenty-one, to place one-half peanut on top each:' likes to read, so mark the interesting
Quarter of Section Ten all s>( Section twentv-flve Inclusive, of section. eighteen Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Parlor
Rleven Sections Twelve., Thlrt..n.Fourt..n. lots twenty-elarht. to thrrtv-two Bake 12 to 15 minutes in a slow oven items in the home paper and with it ,

Fifteen Sixteen 8pv..nteo..n.'Wt Inclusive, section eighteen lots oneto Make. 24 cookies. One pint send him an occasional magazine or
peanuts
Rockers
Suits Odd Chairs
right Inclusive of section
,w: Nineteen, all except North nineteen.
t of Northwest Quarter of Section lots nine to sixteen: Inclusive, except when shelled should.yield 1-2 cup. illustrated weekly. Bound books are ,
,ar. Twenty-one all In Townshlo Thirty. lot fourteen of section nineteen, lots \
desired Etc.
not In Couches
,
usually
three, South Ranara Thtrtv-fone seventeen to thlrtv.two Iseluslve of camp. ..
All of Sections Twenty.two Twenty- section seventeen; lots one to thlrtv- Sweet' Peanut Samjwlohcs<< He .needs all of the ordinary toilet ,
three,' Twenty.four all except North two Inclusive of section twenty lots }
west Quarter of"Twenty-aye'all except ' one'" to thirty-two Inclusive of sectiontwentvone '. Make a cooked (cake) icing and articles.but do not send them talcum

Section'South Half Twenty-six of Northwest, all Quarterof except twenty-five.,, lot lots twenty twentv-four ef section.....dtwenty.ft" beat mashed or ground peanuts in it powder, toothpaste, toothbrush, shav- nil store. if making a record for itself la the matter elbclpinf a f

Southeast, Northwest Quarter Quarter of Southwest and West Quarter Halfof one to thirty-two../of section Inclusive twenty-six of ,section, Iou and put between crackers; (Good for all on the same dayn item each people to outfit bone Come and sea Our price art 1

Northeast. Quarter of Section Twentyseven twentv-soven.. lots one to thirty-two school lunch.) mail is better. Put a small packageof ritbt Ia
all of Section Twenty-elnht, Inclusive of section twenty-elorht, lots t Y
: in
; nil except Southwest. Quarter of Section one to thirty-two Inclusive: of, sectiontwentynine courtplaster your ,next letter. .
'Twenty-nln, alt of Hectlon)Thlrtjv ,, lots on..to-tlllrty.two.I: ,,< !liethaabeeii; ,in the sun, and'a littlem'entholatumJforC'camphori i I -
Thirtv.oncl;.'Thtrtytwo'all except I ..h.I".f' seetlont'thirty-one' &AII Bin : '
.Northwest, ,Quarlerlsnd'NorthHnlf tofSou :Township:: ;: .feThlrtylnveaitHouthlii:' Range 1-21cup peanut butler ,;".i ice,'" will:} r
th westt Qua rt er4ofrSection' *Thirty Thir'ytfnuriEast.Lots!: alxure-nornrijlnsj 1-2 '1parched .>r. TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS.
three all exceptSoutheastQuarterof! to Southern, m Colonisation) Company'sfMatw cup] tter1s12tcupbrend soothihi lips <). ,
Northeast .Quarter of Section Thir/ onv filet'.Publics\ Records iii Oaceola "crumbaj 1 enjoy "Testament or .
,
ty-four, all except Northeast County
()uut..r, of Thirty.five, all except Said property levied. upon Ha theproperly 1 teaspoon salt. prayer book, and especially one of the No matter what kind of a. Engine yon hare-Gat, Steam,
Northeast Quarter and SoutheastQuarter of defendant. Purchaser, to
of Northwest Quarter of ...<,- pay for title "ermL.orJ.Bale cash' 1 minced onion. khaki bound ones that may be secured Railroad or Stationary Ea&iafl-we hate exactly tbe Toelt ye*

lion Thirty-six; all In Township Thir 1N1nAM.Sheriff Cream peanut butter and water, from the American Bible Society. If Oilers
Wrench Hammer
need in work
ty-three South Range Thirty-three' of Osceola County Florida. youren.d., **, etc* ..
JoJaAt.I _IIT-Bt add salt, onion, bread-crumbs. Form he did not take his watch, and you all of the best quality and workmanship and at price that wiO

I All except. Northeast Quarter of into cakes in bread crumbs and can afford cheap wrist watch send
Northwest Quarter and West Half ofNorthweet "DIIIINI"TU"TOU' NtiTICR: TO SELLREAL roll a surprise yon. This tore ba the reputation of handling only
. Quarter of Section Ten ESTATE fry in shallow'fat. it A pair of heavy tan laces to re-
make
Township Thirty-five South Range hardware tbat i i. of superior quality and yon will .. mi*.
. Thlrtv-three' Knst.Rast place the worn ones that permit his
I. Court of County Judge State 01 take in coning here NOW and inspecting our big stock.
'u."' Half of Section One, all of Section Florid.. Peanut Timbales shoes to be sloppy. A tiny good hand
I"" Two all of Section Five, all Rnst
.f of River. of Section Six all of Sections :- 1 cup chopped nuts. shaving mirror. Half a dozen blanket
r,... Eight Nine Ten nieven. Twelve. Thlr fcs re Rutste 01 T. \V fleas Deceased.Osceola .
teen. Fourteen all Rast of River of 1 1-2 pints stewed tomatoes. safety pins and as many ordinary

Section Seventeen all of SectionsTwentyone Coa.t,.. 1-2 cup cream. \ large safety pins are among the hand
t1 ". and Twenty-two of --.- Osceola Hardware ,
Company
Sections Twenty-four, all Fractional Notice la hereby given to all whom It 2 egg yolks. lest things in his kit. Two or three
Sections Twcnty-sll, all Fractional .concern that Henretta )1",,". flaAdministratrix small
Section Twenty-seven all Fast may 1 egg white. wash rags-a sort thAt: can be
.
of the Estate of Z. W.
c+ of River of Sections Tw..nty.ehtht.Thlrtytbr..L. Bass, deceased wlll on, the 2nd day of Mix: well, beat and season with easily cleaned in a small amount of
Thirty-four all Fractional October A. D. len, apply to the Hon
Sections .. and. Thirty-six" orable T. M. Murphy County Judge In salt, pepper, 1.2 minced onion 1-2 water and dried quickly

4 all Range of' Thirty-three Township Thirty-six Bast. South.. and for said county, at his office tnKlsalmmee teaspoon sugar.Bake. in timbale Parcel Post solves the problem of
In said county, at 10
All of Sections Thirteen to Thirty o'clock a. m., or a. soon thereafter aa molds, set in, a pan of hot water. sending small packages safely. Ad- c. A. CARSON President. N. BRYAN.. Secretary,
six Inclusive, of Township Thlrty.one.South. .
,
the matter can be heard for authorityto
a Range Thirty-two,. Fast sell, at public or private sale, the dress plainly and fully with the number -
All of Sections One Two Three. following described real estate, In said Peanuts Baked 'With Rice of his regiment and. the letter of
Four all East of River of Section county to-wlt, The Waters & CarsonGrocery
:Jv'o South Half I of Southeast Quarter The NW14 of SEt- ef S"c. 7. Township Wash well 1-2 cup rice, add 12 cup his company, troop or battery and
Right, all of Sections Nine, 1C, Range 19 K: also KH HWV4 of
Ten all except West Half of SouthWest RRU and WH ;of BVfM of BB14! Sec' 7, each of ground peanuts, milk, and 1 delivery is almost absolutely assured

Quarter of Section Eleven all of Township 16 8, Range Ie E} also 8WU cup water, season with salt, add 2 although he moves from place to place
Section Twelve North Half of Norlhwest -
of NE"S..o., 7. Township it 8, Range
+ Quarter,' North Half of Southeast, n E. chopped sweet peppers and bake in very often. Insure the more valuable
Quarter of Section Thirteen all of Section Wlitch. application will he based Company
Fourteen, all except Northeast upon the petition for such ale now on; a moderate oven, stirring onoe in a articles, it costs but a trifle.

uarter of and Section North Fifteen Half of all SoutheastQuarter of Rec.Lion file In said,August court.paled .18. A. T. 1917.HENHETTA. while until the rice is done. Now do not put it all in one bundle,

sixteen all east of River of Section : BARS as being the easiest way but string it K J

8ev..nte..n..11 Fast of River of 7-8t Administratrix.LEMONS Peanut Celery Loaf Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Section Twenty all of Sections Twen- out days and weeks 'so that he will i

7 Southeast tv-one and Quarter Twentytwo and ,East all. Half except of! MAKE SKIN I 1-2 pint chopped celery, learn to listen most eagerly for"mail .

Nothwest Quarter and South Half of WHITE SOFT CLEARMake I 1-2 pint stale bread crumbs. call"' It is pathetic to note the number GROCERIES
North Northwest Quarter
:. andHalfouth Half of Northeast m 1-2, pint chopped peanuts .of men in the service to whom the

Quarter of Section Twenty-Southwest this M.utylotlon yourself for,a 1 tablespoon onion juice. arrival of mail means nothing. CarelessnelllJ
four all except South Half of . ,
Quarter and Northwest Quarter few cents and. see for :yourself Season with salt, pepper, thyme, or wrongdoing separates

X Twenty-six Section Twenty-five.and Twenty-seven, all of Section Northwest - add 2 tablespoons melted butter in them from home and loved ones; so' 0000 $ . . . 0. . 0 e . 0 . 01.40 0 1 ..

M'.nt Quarter Half of of Northeast Southeast Quarter Quarter and of What girl or woman hasn't heard of 1-2 pint hot milk, mix all ingredientsand they get no mail. Do not let'the sol- 0 WE SELL: 0 O WE BUY ..

Section Twenty-eight.. Northeast Quarter lemon juice to remove complexion bake in buttered pan 1-! hour dier man from your home circle be of 0 0 0 .
of Northeast Quarter East of River blemishes to whiten the akin and to
of Section Twenty-nine .SouthwestQuarter out;the the freshness' and' basting with butter! and water. this a-roup.--Kansu City Star. DAY 0 0 .
East of River of Section Thlr- bring roses 0 0 D1DES' .
Serve with'maahed
potatoes'and
4r ty-three, all of Sections Thirty-four, the hidden baeuty But lemon Juice .
Thirty-five Thirty-six,. all of Township alone is acid'therefroe irritating, and white sauce. e . WONDERFUL STUFF! C II GRAIN 0 0 FUnS "1-: .
Thirtytwo. South. Range Thirty-two LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS! .
.' should be mixed with, orchard white : '
Kast. 1 FERTILIZERS r' :
All except East Half of Northwest this way. Strain through a fine cloth peanut Butter Soup' e WOOL .
Quarter of Section One., all except the ,juice of two fresh lemons into a Apply a Few Drops Then Lift Cornsor 0 '. .
North Half of Northeast Quarter and bottle 3 cups milk. Calluses Off With Fingers SHINGLES ..
about three .
containing .
South Half of Northwest, Quarter of ; ounces AND'
Section Two all except Northwest" of orchard white, then shake well and 1 teaspoon salt. :No' Pain ORANGE BOXES. .
Quarter of Section Three, all Four, Lots One to Seven tt1 luslve of complexion lotion at about the cost hard, soft or between the toes will 4 0 0 "
Section Five all Sections Nine ,Tenand 1-2 cup peanut butter, ORANGE WRAPS
Hieven North / Section one usually pays for a small jar of ordinary loosen right up and lift out, without COUNTRY -

",t Twelve, all of .:lfonllT cold cream. Be sure to strain 1-2 teaspoon nutmeg. particle of pain or soreness. 0 VEGETABLE CRATES .

Five Fourteen, Six: and tin and Fifteen Eleven. Lots of One Section -. the lemon juice so no pulp gets into 1 tablespoon corn starch This drug is called freezone and it .,. PRODUCE .

; Seventeen. Southeast Quarter the bottle, then this lotion will remain Dash of pepper. a compound of ether discovered by a CRATE NAILS '

1.t a ot Northeast Quarter and South- pure and fresh for months. When ap- While the milk is heating mix the Cincinnati man. .

all cast of Quarter Sections> ,' of Twenty-one Section, Twenty-Twenty plied daily to the face neck; arms and butter with the not water Ask at any drug store for a small . . . 0 0 . 0 0 0 . . . 0 0 . . . ..,
hands it should peanut until bottle of freezone which will cost but
two and Twenty-three. Southeast help>> to.bleach, clear, ,
Quarter' of Northwest Quarter and smoothen and beautify the akin. smooth; then add to the boiling a trifle but is sufficient to rid one's We tell hldand garden ed* of all kinds. .

t: West Southwest Half Quarter ef Northwest of Quarter, ,. and* Any druggist will supply three milk. Mix cornstarch with a little feet or every corn or callus. Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and campiag partM w

'rv four all of Sections. Twenty-five, ounce of orchard white at very little cold water, and add to the hot milk.. Put a'few drops directly upon any Free delivery in city: .limit) Tbone No. 12. e, '
,. "l'w.nty..UTwenty.e""n.. and Twen cost and the' hs the lemon. tender aching corn or callus. Instantly circular and
grocer prioal
; are fertilizer Ask )
+' ty-eight., South Half of Northeast Add salt,_pepper,and nutmeg, boil S the soreness disappear and shortly We county: agents for good *. M Ifor ,

.jQaarter Quarter, ',1I000 East b..t Half Quarter of Southwest and .Iots Subscribe far the Valley Gazette.' minute Serve ,with. small. crackers. the cora or callus will loosen and can a fertilizers& ", '

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MILTON PLEDGER MAY BE Soft drinks In bottlei are riot; Allowed 1- ST. LdUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET

I :KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE NAMED ATTORNEY GENERAL .. DEER PARK I within the cantonment. The Classified Advertisements SPECIAL-REPORT

TO SUCCEED THOMAS F. WEST men throw the bottles away' and flies )L National Stock Yards, Illinois,.
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i'' .11. Evrrr FrMsjy.Offle We to record the return of are drawn. ,
are glad
21 1917.
August
I. VtI.7 U..rt<. nnlldlac, FOR InLIJI OR EXCMAKK.K ,
TALI A.HASSEE Aug. 27. Governor M. He is of I j Nobody can eat a watermelon within
KI..I__.., Florida_ + Mrt Jj Moody. one the riANOmnnufa'oturcd' by Brink jrhofTol1ChJr TODAY'S RECEIPTS: Cattle,.

Catts today received the resignation track foremen for the Union Cypress 1 the camp boundaries. The rinds '..rn, will cell on term!; for $J5O. .8,000; hogs, 9,000; sheep, 4,500. ,
W. B. HARRIS ... K. O.-VANS AONBWOws.rrs draw flies. You can't do this. Flies. or exchanK. for A rood horn.: will ,
W: of Justice T. M. Shackleford asa Co.. and has been spending two ttlva'or tRh difference' according to CATTLE: Due to an unusually' L

: T.-I*.BBO. "..-11 member of the Supreme Court, .effective months at Palatka,. Fla. II You can't do that. Flies. Maybe merits of.th, C.\lll. or will exchangefor heavy run of cattle this week, following l:-;*Slk;>:"*

Ji September 1, and appointed in ,Mrs. ,C. N.' Cherry, who has. been: when the permanent occupants are small tract of land. : last week's high market, th* **

his place Attorney-General ThomasF. confined to her home for two weeks inocculated these regulations will be We. hav. ''a rood house. and 5 .lots In this period has been
I suburbs of Klmlmmee to *xchiflgefor trade during
West, whq will take over the dutiesof on account of illness 'is able' to be relaxed. land In the country, and will /trlve dilatory and lower from start to fin

the bench on that date. It is not about again I I There will still remain a number of a prod- deal. ish. All classes of, grown" stuff. are .

believed here that a successor to Mr. As the result of numerous land rigid regulation, however. .There NonTHERN rROrP.RTV' ". SOc than '
We have a good Improved form In MIsHrmrl. fully 25e to per cwt. lower' .
West will be commissioned until the purchases on the Geo. W. Hopkins. wll be no concessions within the where they grow corn. out last week's close '

last of the week. There is much tract west of, Deer Park, a new station !I grounds for th; sale of refreshments wheat APPLES CHttle I ,'. .hed'p l/arm, hottB.contains and r4TdItICIz 824norep QUOTATIONS: Good 'to choice

speculation as to the Covorn r'i has been created and'given the I, or anything else Everything will free and clear from debt. owner . medium to
$8 to $9
dpslrp. grass steers ;
.n.1 warm.'t
choice for"'this rffico/ and there of A good sized railroad "be provided by exchanges Kettlntr oll| a
are name Agnes. company ollmnte. and will trh'\I! II Brood deal.I good, $7 to $8; common to medium .,
Looming largest'on '' depot has just been; ()'mpleted"Mr. I I which are co-operative institutions, for I>prowrtk In and noir: Ki...mlmiMThe
many aspjrnnts. : ..' K ) fat to $8 '
pr1c l $40 ncr arro (the political horizon tonight as ,the and Mrs. Geo. B. Mensing of And outside the camp for six milesin to Interested parties
medium, $6 to $6.60; fat cows, $7.50
next' attorney-general is Senator Agnes, spent a day 'visiting in Deer every driection, the heavy hand of. x :N.'Alt: to $8.50; medium, '$6 to $7;' cutters,'
Glenn Terrell of Summer County, now Park last ."rek. '. the United States War Department; \V> nliin have a farm of 821.r.\ .. In
j All<-n County Kannaa! has producing) $5.50 to $6; canncrs! $5' to 5.25
Habnerlptlon Hates}' special attorney ,for .the trustees of Mrs*. W. R., Butter of Agnes, was will be stretched. Not' within those tin* v<,n... u valiK-d at tfi ner acre; heretics
I to $6 $6 to-
t ,/i On Ye"r. _________4-. Internal '' the of Mrs. L. L.I Britt last limits; set ''shop'or' Will ext-hansre for Florida land, yearlings\ $560 ; .-'
One Copy r IJ.JO the Improvement Fund: and! guest ;, can a person up a pie owner liven! 4nTKorlda] and wants to
Htx Months____ ____. 1 $7; yeals, $S to $12; heavy bulls
One COpy
I One Copy. Three JII\\>,I'th.u______ ,75 recently' assistant to the attorney- Tuesday. a post card stand, a soda fountainor ',. fret hav"*his n ,itond property nlx-rnnm mar house him. We and also two ''buU.$6.50 to $7; light bulls, $5.50 to- ....
I general,-'which pla e he 'filled two Mrs. .J. E. Anderson wife. of the a tobacco counter without coming porches, rear porch screened In," (roodotMerti .
communications ;except from our $6 good Jo choice stockers and ed- ..
All ; f.
i larire 1ot'
well cave corner '
He and J both night watchman for the Union under supervision and regulation by i 1.ers ;.
t uthorltnd correspondents must be years.. Hodges, are Cypress fine shnde, garage, for two machines, ,'$7 to $7.50; com iron to medium .
Igned by the writer.. said' to be seriously considered by ,.Co, has come to make her home the camp au horitie.. owner 'has land near TClHslmmee and .
Rejected matter will not be returned want home In KI".ln'm"111 ex- $((1' to $6.75.HOGS .
unlescalled for. the* Governor, as ,well as Milton Pled in Deer Park. It ,is not to be understood that ,.*.tnv'* his home In"ood ti.wn In' The market slow
opened
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I Mr.: and .Mrs. Isaac,.Peierson have these things will be banned. Soldiers < Allen Countv. Kansas for ,-prooeri

Entered In the Tostofflce at Klsslmtnee -i ger. : h-'re. HI. place I la valued at 12,000; and nervous and packers refused to
Florida. a* aecond-class matter.) Judge Shackleford arrived here today moved from thee. ,Raulerson' farm to want pies;. ,they want chewinggum I Is ,free and clear.. bid at materially higher prices. Earlysales '

and stated that he .'gpipg to Deer Park.DRAFTED. they want chocolate candy rOn
I was i < SALE ONLY from to 25c
AUGUST 31, 1917 Tampa to the, law practiseof they want soda and that 'sort of' Two rfrod stork farms convenient to I ranged lOo, higher
preserve pop market each hate Rood ",r!>v.a.an": with a top) of $19.80, with the following
j his son Robert. for him until he NEGROES TO. thing. And the' war"department. will Urn well Adapted to farmlnar and
stork rrowlntr and extra fine fruit quotations'prevailing: Choice
I t Herald i is. anotherof returns from.'the CO BEFORE WHITES let them have it. ,I ?
: The Haines City war. lands sufficient to prow larire commercial ;.Jiofrs, 180 Ibi., up, $19.25 to 19.80 ,
Florida-'s sprightly weeklies "My" boy has made his sacrifice for. In consequence, there will be a (troves, special! harRaln I .
TALLAHASSEE. Aug. 26.... In I mixed, 160( lbs. up, $18.75 to 19.25
which couldn't stand the pressure of his country and I am making this sac. golden flood for everybody,. who can \\'" also have a line chicken farm close
120 to 150 Ibs. yigs, $17 to $18.75,90to *
I view of the recent race trouble with to town. well Improved hearing; ;,
'i war times, and with) last week's issue I. rifice for my boy. lIe and Tom need negroes in Texas, Governor Catts and I reach the soldier boy's palate. Already fruits and delightful' place .to. live. 115 lb. pigs, $15 to $17.50; peewees
for comfort and convenience.All
and said "and Chamblee the village "
the al- at nearest
readers fond Judge
bfcde its a good-bye me now, ,
$12 to $15 best rough hogs, $18. to
Maj. Edward Anderson, head of the ;
: retired from the field.' though don't .like the politics; of the eight or ten stores have been kinds of Florida Home and InrEK.sOv -
1 selective draft in Florida, have, wired' !J *lijn..bJ'lj; ;!l! J.M l.
JIr j
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fi........ -.r. tMfr'.iwiw/wir ...wi litr: w.ioAWwV'-'rYest.erday *"'''''<. ; :. fo V ''rtij)tn'o ttfes n WalRlnfedh'i gli I: nF.AI.T'O".P..,\V Alter the outside demand was\.suprlied'
afternoon's tystogo to- them when boom town. Farmers wives : .1
e- my they a are marl' :
I ing that the drafted negroes of Florida Room 2 and Lover State'; Dank the was left'I in the .
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announced the retirement need me. : I' getting' put their best pie ,recipes.
I. porter-Star be sent! out two days ahead of the KISPIMMEE: FLORIDA I hands of the packers'and was lOe to>
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of Joe Hugh Reene'as editor and. part Doughnuts, cup cakes, fried chicken, I 15c lower than early.
white and that sheriffbe
men picked
a
i owner of that paper. Mr. Reese has INTERESTING EVENTS OF jelly rools, every product of the, LO '5T-On PaturdaV. August Kth on I II I SHEEP: Market active with aherpsteady
t:' add his interest in the business{ to his CAMP LIFE TOLD BY CO. B placed on each train of negroes kitchen is to be concocted for' the I Hron"1way. or narllnirtcn avenue I.'' ,
Kfoes, with authority to deputize corporals small >ellow envelope! coiitnlnlnif I I and lambs strong. Good to.choice
: partners, the Drossier brothers. Joe soldiers four kod *k Alms finder plea** return
We'are of the various of I to Vallev Gazette and I lambs, $15.50 to $15.75; medium -
squads refelisuitable >
still happy and contented negroes -t.
t t. Hugh is one of the most-forceful editorial And riow for Atlanta's 'part andAtlanta's reward 37-tf
and working hard to fit ourselves for to keep them "straight." As'1 to good, $15 to $15.50; common
in Florida and his problems: '
writers retirement -
I Provost Marshal-General Crowder has FOR SALE OR TRADE, buggy and 'to: medium, $14.50 to $15; culls, $11
will be a distinct loss,' not conditionsirthat we will come in contact j The 40,000 men; in camp, or the' bor'',....". W. \\'. Carson. 87lf fat sheep $9.50 to9.75 bucks $7
asked for suggestions from the ; ;
only to Orlando, but to the entire, with after we leave Issimmee.We gover- biggest part of them, will be free to -I
t have the recruits in ranks nors of the states, and as details of KOU SALl-Seroral' rood white I.,.tt- j I choppers, $0.50; canners, $4.50.
I now. ( come to the city almost every"even J I.
I ; state press.! I horn oocks and cockeri Ham ljii ''NATIONAL LIVE STOCK COMMISSION
the draft are being left largely to'
-c-- Rogers and Smith turned them over ing from 5:30: to 10 o'clock. fer 1"tfMULE '

NEW OSCEOLA INDUSTRY to the company,, Monday. They are do. those who know local conditions best iI j The maximum seating capacity of LJlJIIT00.1:. and buggy for I" CO. -

: I ing fine and drilling like experienced I this, request from Florida will probably -. Atlanta's theaters and moving picture .ale. ft Cloud. ),.'. ]). Front 36-2t
G. P. Garrett, a prominent attorneyof
be granted it is believed here.
When the Hobart-Hunter and FH veterans. '
houses is 7,500. The problem of STRAW BKHHY PLANTS for sale at i
Kissimmee, was, in the city this
510 llruadway, Klsslmm, Kin J. I IM
__j ner Lumber Company at Kenansville The, company has a fine lot of boys. entertainment is therefore obvious. Kenton. 86-gt-pil;
afternoon. He
I came to meet Judge
Misses Mattie Belle and Lilian ; :
,is it will be of the They have the spirit and
pull
[ completed one proper The men will want to leave campas
Harris accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. I HORSE AND BUQOY FOR SALE: Shed James W. Perkins, of. Dcland. on a
p largest sawmills in the state to cut :i together, and we are going to retain soon as they are free-at first. will work anvwherc. Especially fine I];
legal matter. Judge Perkins
accompanied
c. cypress timber exclusively. PJans arc this spirit while away and are goingto Robert K. Jones, were: guests Sundayof Does anyb dy-think 'for a minute that and safe for family use; not afraid ott I I was
auto going or coming; she Is uunir. by Mr!!., Perkins and her
Mr. Cy Lee at Company C's head.
being: made by the companj now and do our duty regardless of cost. the street car facilities, all the.r"l1-". Rubber-tired bunny In good condl- :

r material and equipment for building(' We had three men with us in camp quarters in Orlando. road accommodations available and tjlon. ,F. H. La..oll. I'ANTEDlIIan j I sister-Reporter-Star- Monday. '

the mill will be shipped there within n*. the faIrgrounds this week, two of all the jitney busses that Peachtreeroad \\ on "farm. B. Dickerson. For A

the next ten days. I' whom decided they wouldn't CAMP GORDON CANTONMENT .. Slit
join us can hold will be able to handle MadeToOrder / '
The mill when completed will employ at this time. The first night they REALLY AN IMMENSE CITY 30,000 to 40,000 men in half art'' hour. YOU 8HOCL1 HEAR IN MINt to Ret1. -

I 200 men and will cut daily.nearly spent in the swamp near camp, rather: There is a transportation problemfor Rood., Luwson.stuff and sine ,money.,.' bee FH _ ....
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100,000 feet of_timber secured fr m a than share the comfortable quarters (Continued From; Page One.) you. WHEN YOU NEED SHOES go to FJ H. ?I HatClarke

large tract of timber located near the which we arranged for them. The commanding four troops of Georgia | The city's cubic yardage- for storIng _Lawson_ _s H.___._ ,

mill. This will be the second mill to I other one is with us and will remain cavalry, the only military force now soft drinks, chocolate candy pies PALM HEACH1 SUITS at special price .

be constructed by the company, the j' We areLABOR using brotherly love toward on the scene. and other things that the chow-fed F H Lawson _ _ _

f4 other is located in the southern part him, and as to the others, see Drt Seventeen Civilian Bosses' warrior i is goipg to spend his $30 a BUSTER women and BROWN children.HOSIERY I.. H for Lawson.men,

of the state.-Florida Metropolis. Hyde (sugar lip). He waited on them Then there are seventeen civilian month for is in the natural course!! .

,; 0- ? While they were recovering from mos bosses. Naturally, with 10,000 men of things limited. Does anybody HORSE ply W.FOR H. King P\LE, 'O at'Berry a ,bargain.grove. Ap-// ." : SpecialTHIS ...

EVERYONE SHOULD PLANT quito bites employed. One of them, for instance, think itis{ going to be very easy to -; .

SPUDS Some Company B boys with their is C. R. ,Justl, of Baltimore, a tanned stave off a shortage of those things WANTED-Stsil rails ,cars pipe and; I -CURXE srccua- HAT MADE TO -

'.\\J.'' : ;'_ --1 fq1 \ ,' girls enjoyed swim at Lake Conwaythe'mi'sfortune ",young.\man, who,\is,,:fremanof.!. ; .,. I ,It A Crowded. CHy ''j. .,,;,i';,* '_' anything McCartney,768Wilson In used material., Ave.. Younsr..How.l9hlol.fl E. E..- , (W*M YOUR Mtn ORDER TM M fOR Win$1.99 Tw .r*.j
"wi r't; theXpricopernits.. { *potatoes Monday night but had aT neat]squad o2,989carpentand[ 1 lt ,Is'going tcc be'a bi'ave4and hajrdy i1\rilfCldj\I\ \;:1J'" U-at I ..., tat M cast uauui (4.M uut
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% i "'- i jj Iheir B tito* *-. ffiBfixnaniplfsJbeingT'Constructed ' '- o-.ta. MM SAM t.Is| _
: should;by|9lr means'be made a part dihes Whilejhey 1,200 miscellaneous workmenIIhe civilian jwhojcanflght|hisjway[with{ -Katuraaytafternoonr" kid Klovnion' KI..almmee-Lough-> one lone, s_t..,svatol C.tsgie

of the diet"JtThi8Twa8.the.concluding were enjoying tWeirIiwIm somene [according _isT g r0StJa"oftiirinkyparlorI'br: I l"raI I road. S Finderplease* return tozilsa THE H.W. CLARKE HAT COMPANY
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.7 -r-" WH9f j r *$*- v"fjtti -4'r- TJ carried'them away' forlfcompany7but totypical'pli'ent''"|from 7.iaymeKntght. care Tampa Ahstract 4ACUOHVIUS FLAIUDA
sentence in a communication from into moving picture show the nightsthe Co r Tampa. Fla M-4t-pd
why should we worry. Washington, adapted to the terrain soldiers come to town. -
Washington, relative to comparatice FIVE-ACRE TRACTS. finest land near
Corpora] Davis, who has been suffering and other local conditions. There Isan But that will be only temporary, the city, neighborhood of Mr. How-

food values which holds la pertinent with a broken arm, is much im- accurate system of streets and you say. They will soon get tired of ell's long place.time .to Very pay.moderate Moat desirable terms and to

suggestion to every household in thimmunity. proved at this time. blocks, with each block representingan coming to town and will be held at 'own one of the finest. little farms aon..ar For Father and Son

The price ,of Irish potatoes Geech,, Henry, Bartlett, O'Berry, army unit. For instance: the camp by the excellent moving 'v. 'v.the Younir city. Liberty Write to Center the :owner Ohio

during the past year has been almost -, McAllister, Glattli and Roberts are The two-story baVrackS for infantry pictures,' vaudeville entertainments or Inquire. of H M. Breaker)H-3mos Klsslmmee 360

prohibitive to, the small: salaryman filling their regular appointments in II [ are constructed to house 200 men operatic stars, pretty girls and' the PICTURES

with three or four members in I town tonight. each. Four of these barracks comprise other allurements that the Y. M. 'C. FOR SALE-Trees BOO 2-year-old Price ISo each SeedllnsTOrapefrult C. 36O.ARTICLES

the family to provide for, but no fam- CORRESPONDING DEPT. CO. B. the quarters of a battalion; A., the Y. W. C. A. and the Knights, H. Funk. Kissimmee, Fla 21-11 EACH MONTH

fly need dispense with this important three battalion sections comprise a of Columbus will provide. Maybe; DWELLINGS!!! for rent. Apply to MTller. ON ALL NEWSSTANDS

I I food on account of high prices as long DAY SHOOT BE HELD I regiment's quarters; three regimental But Atlanta can't shift its responsi- ( = .

as Osceola county soil continues to I BY KISSIMMEE GUN CLUB i groups comprise the shelter for a bilities to these'official entertainers. GENERAL Florida. FARMING To know Florida'Is profitable posst In I I 15 Cents

produce this crop in abundance. The brigade.The Atlanta fa up against a big propoSition bllltle for live stock and poultry
"war gardens" of the No. Added raising. dairying I fruit and. truckKrowlnff.
past spring principal'eantonment streetsare : read the Florida Farmer POPULARMECHANICS
- :have been a ,practical demonstration Event Targets Entrance Money named for confederate, generals, Fulton county and. Dekalb county and Homeseeker. Six months' trial
No.1 20 $1.50 subscription' ,, 26 cent*. Sample copy
cf| what can be accomplished when $10.00 among the titles being the good old both have a burdensome problem on free Address Florida Farmer andHomeiteeker
No.2 20, 1.50 10.00'No.2 Box S60, Jacksonville
the back yard tpace or vacant lot, and names of Hardee, Jackson, Hood Walker their hands in keeping the roads to Fla. 52tiFOR

a few dollars invested in seed and fertilizer No 4 .20 20 1.50 10.00 Bragg, Carroll, Henderson, camp in good shape. At present RPNT-A: three-room furnished MAGAZINE
1.50
; are combined v/ith a little labor. 10.00 French, Morton and Stephenson.And with continued rains, the section of flat with modern conveniences. W. wmrrni$you CM UNDERSTAND IT
No. 5 20 1.50 B. Harris, Oaiette office. 82-tf t
10.00
C. X. McQuarrie of the University then the dominant name- Peachtree road beyond the concrete All the Crest Event. In Mechsnlc.
: of Florida extension{ division Trophies: High gun total targets FOR SALE-Lare/e./ : size: wicker baby Encmeerinf and Invention throughout
gives Camp Gordon. limit in and the World
described
paved are poor shape, cab. In Rood condition Price reason.able. are in an interetttnc -
the 20th of August as the earliest silver loving' cup; long run, bronze" The quarters for enlisted men are with much more rain will be in poorer 'Inquire at 220 Bryan. Bt. ..Sitf I'h k:: readsrseackmmth.a manner. .. they. occur, .,-3000.000_
watch fob low total ,
t date on which potatoes in Central ; gun targets two: stories in height. For officers shape unless some work is done. FOR SALE-A new $100 Holton Rarl- I C Visa .....' to. eat.. MTB tme t !M:M. Florida should be planted for fall bronze watch fob. there tone Horn and case for $85. Pilversand C.) th"r*shop... f bow Jb.uw.r.loHoll.to mk .... .
are one-story buildings. Theofficers' Automobiles rattle and hang over its blast IInl..",. gold plated belt. J. .In St 5o.
I use, and from then on to within eighty All money divided. Rose system, 5- quarters and soldiers' bar- uneven surface like bundles of old M. Huffman St. Cloud, Fla. 33-tf bat", ....u.Io.J, :::':: '::

days of the first probable frost. 321. racks are substantially 'built, with iron. Hauling is made more difficult FOR SALE-Half. Section Rood unimproved ports..to.bstld!>,pl baste..r. LsnmUoonMnrtlm s>.(......'01.1.<>.trllm H.*..

t With just a little effort spent in Shooting begins 2 p. m., Sept. 3rd, walls composed of a' thickness of and less efficient than it should be. Florida. land In South Dakota for S ,s* MU BY ",_ HEW BIAUKSr .
e grove property. Inquire at I) .__... _.. __
planting this crop in the next week or 1917.All ,. board, a layer of storm sheeting and Mud and rain have also been great this office. S6tf r. .A.._.-.Md .....s,.a_S."II..'S_
shooters will be handicapped] 101/ tfl*>ii ..MM .W **irre,,._ I*MM ,rtluhiri_
two every family in the city could outside that the weather boarding. handicaps to the work of the canton IF YOU WANT to rent your house see c.-_..__o..__ -

provide itself with a generous supply according to their) ability. The barracks for the men are un- ment builders. The camp is pitchedin M. Q Klbbe & Co., Waring; Building rOrutAM MECHANICS MACAZINC
Targets 2c each included in 56-2t ,S N.rth -.r- A,.._ als.g.Pm f
,, of "spuds" at a nominal ost which en- divided by partitions within, excepta a rolling country of. red clay, and
IF YOU
trance fee. HAVE farm
or city
I :would prove a valuable "first aid" in single strip downstairs which sep heavy-laden wagons 'have cut deep want to sell right, see.propertyyou M O. !.*' 101_"...,... .ffrt-*.' mrtmtmmlfM

reducing the h. c.' I. as well as answer arates the mess hall from a sleepingroom. into the surface.,churning up the mud Klbbe &, Florida.Co., Waring;' Building-, KIsslmmee i... foin !? ",/.6bIn, .,'.,.." .aeNDllr #,
the nation' call along tho line of L. E. MINX DEAD ,:= 86-2t .-'W'cI.,.,,. _,......crlsUose.
The mess hall is adjacent a into soft beds very difficult to navi
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greater' food production. Leslie E. Minx, thirty-two year one-story addition at one end of the gate. All this however, will be elimi. :

r., The farmers have already signified eld, died at a local hospital last night. building, which is to be utilized. as a nated when the camp roads are.coated i

.--V their intention of planting a lie leaves a, wife and 'four chil4ren kitchen. with the tar preparation. PLUMBING '

-; greater acreage this fall and under here; also a mother, Mrs. Julia Fleming The barracks are to be heated by Water for the camp is supplied by SHOPS :

: the guidance of County Demonstrator Kissirimeo' and two brothers, stoves, two above and two down the city of Atlanta, large mains having '

; /B. E. Evans and with the assistance . C. A. Minx and E. O. Minx of Kissim stairs. Each of the officers' quartersIs been run out at the city's ex FOR SALE '

of a well organized Food mee and Orlando respectively. The to have a miniature steam heating pense. This was Atlanta's great official -

Preparedness Commission Osceola remains have been turned over to J. plant.. contribution to the cantonment, '

r:' county should establish .a. new record L. Reed and have been prepared for The Officers' QuartersThe and made possible its establishmentat On account of other interests 'I I am offer

,for fall 'potatoes. shipment today to Kissimmee for in officers quarters lie in a row Silver Lake. Electricity for lightsis

--.. -t'l terment.-Tampa Tribune. Between the barracks and a maneuver also obtained from the city the ing my Plumbing: Shops and Fixtures for

;4 l NOTICE ground, which is 900 feet by one anda transmission line being tapped at . sale at
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a bargain. '
F Only exclusive
:0.-- Jackson County; Lumber is being half miles. Oglethorpe University. An individual plumb- (

t A'meeting-- o? the Kissimmee-Worn- delivered at Greenwood for a grain Just now the fear of disease in th. lighting plant is I contemplated, but its ing shop in Kissimmee, and i is a good '".'

r ft'. Club is called for Monday afterjioon elevator and feed mill, in anticipationof camp I is accentuated with a heterogeneous installation may necessitate an added \

l ; : ': at the Hart Memorial Building the new railroad now under con- crowd of nearly 10,000 work appropriation, and matters are likelyto proposition for any one desiring an <'r

t 2 _t 4:o\clock./' Registration for patri- struction to that place. men. The soldiers will all be inoculated remain as they are. established' business. .

W ptio service,, will be considered; I but the laborers have not 'that
.Mrsr 'W, B. Maldnson, vice-presi- Drives Out MalarIa.Builds Up SystemThe protection against There To Cure:: a Cold In One Day. ...,;.y.
typhoid.
.' :; \ Old Msndird .....".1 stmcthealn toata. are Tsk LAXATmt BROUO QaI.I_. It Mofw tfc. .R. L. STARLING Kissimmee if.
;det1t. : E OROVH'8 TABTHLKSB ehlU TONIC.drie out lome true war-time regulations in Coach end need8doe sod works off tb.Cold. Fla.
pr )fU..Anne fli7an Canon, secretary. N.lari..DricU..b'-.ad' .uptbcsy.t *. f '' Dracsist rvfand noacr II It sils to car*. ,
1." .. *. A irut toDJa. Poe'''\IIIa eM c1U4gsn. tat ()rce. t. (, H. W.. OaOVB-B sJcMtu on Me* boa. lUG.J' A "

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SPECIAL FOR MONDAY: LARGE SIZED BLEACHED TURKISH ..BATH TOWELS10c.

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EACH." TWO" TO A CUSTOMER '.

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Men, 20 dozen Suspend- A complete line. of" Men's, WE. HAVE, THEM Young Ladies'_ 'Mary. Men's, 75c, value Sport ;j


ers, values up to 25C BoysLadies Misses' and Boys' School Trousers, Jane" Pumps, $3.50 val Shirts, our price,

50cyour choice, p Y 39c, 50c, 65c, $1.0O and '. 50c
ue, $2.75. Patent leather, only, ;

Children's Tennis Shoes, $1.25. x

Just received our Fall'' I ankle, strap styles l sizes

i Pumps and Oxfords, in Men's good quality Work '
2 1-2 Children's Dresses
shipment of High Boots. + Gingham -
_, Ii j Shirts, 65c.,Overalls, 1.25, only 75 ,

Gray and Black Tops. both white and black., .- I 1.45, 1.50, 1.75 and $2.00 pair I 49c and 59c each. I t


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Buy Your Buy Your Shoes at Story's. !'

Guaranteed.TORY'S. .

' A A Money-Saving Habit.; ,

Satisfaction' Satisfaction Guaranteed. ...
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A, A. Witz and H. C. Duncan and little failed to return and
Rodney Snyder Col. Lewis O'Bryan, whose presence daughters a rescue part
were visitors in Tampa Saturday I la now required by the,district Geneva and Virginia, of Tavares, and went in search, of him. However ha

Gra stone Casino Regular monthly meeting of the judicial exemption board, with head Dr. and Mrs. Gamble' of, Leesburg, reached home about 10 o'clock 'this:

City Council next.Tuesday night quarters at Tampa, returned home for motored ,down to Kissimmetf Sundayand morning" after 'walking all night in
the week-end. visited Capt J. A. Simpson. who Reedy Creek swamp, where he was

Regular.,.,... .Jnonthb..mee.tlni.-'o'; 'JM.,' JMIOraWWKWiHWBHM b ttaasorttsees_,lAl f1tf\"D.Ui'j _"'Jif.fi1'iH1l1fW'orl' ' ' -fi p lbselfiSTtYWfiithlgllh;\ !ca'tPte..,IISJSWStiMfaS. .
''W # '
M tinee;Oifnt'lintfq:15' : ******Pfdgrinf i"W k"of-Sept.3m,. \;ountq Commissioners' 'and. School Miss AlbciU: UOJtion'will be here ''1\\ he started for home, 'but had seen d
to vacation! It. is well known that the most
this
week end her
summer
Board next Monday. nothing of the search party!
r .MONDAY ,TUESDAY, with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Will) careful attention I la essential in the
, : '
A.ti-B Film tTomp.> Pre*r.t. .uA Metro" .PIOn'ro-lB Five itI.. J. T. Drawdy and L. B.. Prawdy" of Hopson. Miss?'' Hopscn is stenog- r', prescription .department, and that ii The ,name of M. D. Alexander' was

Annua. Whittler motored into town, Wednes the kind of 'attention our, prescription unintentionally omitted from the list
Hum Covrtarr ..d M riru rl Know Title Will lie rrdL.B rapher for the State Bank of Kissimmee -
;" !. "Th.." IlnBtlBB of the Ilnwk" <.... day and transacted business. and has been spending some timeat I I work gets.' Try ua and be satisfied. of those who donated to the fund for-

" '" Miss :Mary Bryan has returned Pasa-a-grilla and Tampa.-1-Lees-' Only the purest drugs used and the purchase of Company B's truck,

,! WEDNESDAY. THURSDAY from Knoxville where she has been burg ,Commercial. I prompt service guaranteed. CORNER and the Gazette has been requested! :4
i'" h'rlantlr Plc ur.. ompunr "'......e. attending the school. I DRUGSTORE. Phone 297. to add that name to the list.. Mr.
summer
... ,
\; Mrld BBrlt "'of 10. lB
II.rt"A .
\\-n LIA" FOX PIOTOPLAYNy'M Miss Kissimmee
tFlrr 1t..1., Helen Perdue of Alexander subscribed to this causa-,
': Mr. and Mrs.: II. W. Boice and Miss ;g
A OB Krrl Trlnmtlf omrdr ODd Mr. Joe "Woodnick left yesterdayfor has Tallahassee;
" en'FII' MBD) arrived from where and it was regretted that his name
..
llnat nil J TFRIDAY Frances Bay motored to Coronado
"t'IiO! I'E1'IItS" '_ Kissimmee where he will attend to she has been attending college. to did not appear,in the first list !
I Beach Wednesday in their car, 'where
f. business.-Morning Sentinel ,Sunday. spend the remainder of the season I George M. Overstreet, who has been
of Mr,'and Mrs. W.
they were guests
SATURDAY Rev. Chas. H. Frost of Owensville, with her sister, Mrs. George Nickles.St. 'I'J.' visiting his brother, J. L., and family,.
1 (.rm BBdJA New Smyrna were added attractions
VIIFJtFI.ALIRV:
Alice Jorr: Bad harry loorr . next Sunday morning and evening. for military duty. He was accompanied

t < K I> :\ KHK"HT M
Miss Norton of this
Essie who
general returned
pleasant outing. They
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' I..A KICrKNKKl I. Fail I ! i "'"{'JlAnn THUS llirV/RN": : A loo B IrlBBBle (ontrdr. Good eyesight is insured by good delivery clerk at the Kissimmee post-I home Saturday. ther
street, who also volunteered in
glasses as made and fitted here. W. office, stopped over in Haines City has
Dr. J, W. Simpson received a navy some time ago. The two young'
1. ADMISSION E. Sanderson & Co.,,26 Broadway.W. Tuesday on the way to Dundee where '
: commission as first lieutenant in
IJ the men were ordered to report for dutyat
BALCONY 5 and 10 CENTS ORCHESTRA, 10 and 15 CENTS I L. Moseley and family and she will spend part of her vacation. dental department of the army reserve Atlanta at 8 o'clock Monday morn
Haines Herald.
Misses. Eleanor and Celeste Moseley City corps. The message announcing ing. a' >6

I motored to Orlando Saturday for a Mrs. B. M. Hall is enjoying a two his appointment did not mention i .

few hours. weeks' vacation from her duties at where he would be stationed. Dr.

k LO'CAL I the Western Union telegraph office; Simpson has been connected with the
"Save the waste and win the war, HOTEL DUVALJACKSONVILLE
: I C. Franklin of Jacksonville is sup business interest of Kissimmee for i\ '
so says ,A. A. Witz. Bring your old
ply agent during this time. number'of years and a host of friends
( shoes to the }Broadway. Shop for re- Opposite poBtofflce. hot and cold
pairs. Miss Essie Bass, Robert Woodall will regret his departure. water; elevator; telephones, rate
room. without bath fl; two per
"Mr. and Bill Ashton members of Company Some alarm was felt -here Friday monn Bam room II.SO; with bath
and Mrs. DeWilton Alderman f 1,50, and two
i : Report Smoking Tobacco, Cigars or Cigarettes . B, of Kissimmee, were visitorsIn morning when Charles Breaker, who person same room
..
and little daughter, left in their car, 'r. w. s. JONES, Mg
s4 ( CORNER DRUG STORE. Tuesday for Jacksonville to stay a Lakeland 'Sunday, the guests of,I went Out'hunting Thursday' afternoon{ ,
Miss .Alma --- ----
Claude Harper has leased the Cap- few days. Locke.-Lakeland Star.

Following are daily'tempera.turn : tain Bryan residence on Clyde ave Mrs. B. C. Dutton and wee daughter I
G. M. Shearouse and J. B.
tie Jr.,
and precipitations reported
nue, and moved his family there who has been,visiting her parents,
by Government stationat Prevatt made a business trip to
Kissimmee fob the week" ending Thursday. J Tampa and other points. last week, Mr and Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, will Fresh Milk Cows for Sale
Thursday August 30: "',,"' leave,-Saturday to joln-Mr;,Dutton at
k? ," aim'to youPhonel,9uiyour ( home ,' t ,
returning Monday
;
;We please i ii i ,,. '
f t'tflnAKalnjSaturdayppPllSa __ Clit 'v GeorgIa'." ,1M:: 1:; -.L';1" '. ; ', ', .
'' Mac; JttifwffiSm lm& '
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i dayti' H 531 "I, '" ; '. '
: Satuday ,
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tFd D:9 leftilaet ; v JJ' ; :
Mrs J .J l\fcCron ; "
,, get!it"';and delivet'nt promptly con)1I. crnoo][ U3I'CI Ck at tItnelMethodistSundayschool e L ?
12 ::211, NER'DRUGSTORE, Phone 297. !'!rooms.? All mind for fackaon ills in their i rJfora il ulpkli ve severaltresiiyogng: ,Jersey milk .
Sunday _?_.< '10 ten days' visit'with relatives. At '
Monday ---.89 10 Mrs.' Charles Goodrich of StI: Cloud, boys ,cordially.invited, Orlando she was joined by Mr.; and cows for sale. Come early and get your

Tuesday90 11 visited in Kissimmee Saturday, when Dr. H. S. Geiger left last week for Mrs. T. M. Coppedge. .Mrs. CoppedgeIs choice. 37 tf

' Wednesday ...89 69' she was the guest of Mrs. E. Sanboin Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., where he will her sister. W. W. CARSON ;,

J ; Thursday .__90 12 .32 at her homo.on Church street ti.ke up his duties as a lieutenant in ,
Probably there Is more than one
medical .
OOOOO OO' 'OOOO. the corps.J.
A00000400d0
< A discriminating smoker smokes block, but certainly one, in South Kis
the "Best. That's the name of it--it Wade Tucker left this week for simmee which has done its "bit., It .
Fire Insurance. See A. E. DroughtCounty Grand Rapids, Mich., to bring his lit ,{
the I
''i8 "Best" for COR- has
a 6c Cigar. planted
gardents, bought Liberty W. II. ARNOLD DONOU<
i tle daughter, Clara, home. Miss Clara ALAN J. MAC H[ r
Commissioner Hilliard was NER DRUGSTORE.Miss Bonds, and enlisted the entire third I
has been visiting: relatives there for
in town Saturday on business. / Grace Winn returned Monday several months. generation of its residents! within. the' ARNOLD & MacDONOUGH

r from Tampa, where she has been the age and sex limits.
"' Dewey Sumner! has accepted a position Mrs P. L. Edgar of Orange Center, Contractors, Engineers, Architects
1 of her aunt Mrs. G. A. Do line I Ifl
guest shave Our of
yourself. -I
Manson you
r in the Waters &: Carson Grocery with. her mother, Mrs. J. P. Hotz and BANK '
for the.past two weeks. Tonsorial. l Articles complete., 'Safe-- 1 DARLINGTON VE. CITIZENS BLDG.
y Company. sister, Miss Emma Hotz, of Philadelphia '
is Dr. M. J. Dicks and Mrs. H. E.Br Pa., spent Wednesday in the city ty Razors, Soaps, Brushes, Styptic - "

visiting Miss Edla her aunt Carr, Mrs.of Ft.E. L.Ogden Lesley, >an.and baby returned from Day shopping. Pencils, Safety Blades, Talcums, " 'It' III --,,--.. --oII-. .... --",-. .. ,.v-- .... 'If .. --oil-- II ,
Razor Strops, Face Lotions, SoothinA'Ointments.
tona Beach Monday, where they have ,
for the month. C. P., Dickenson of the firm of 1
"
.
I CORNER DRUGSTORE.
been enjoying a week's outing. IJicWenson & Dickenson, prominent: r
( J. T. Tindal, accompanied by Berry Orlando attorneys, was looking_ after Ex-mayor May and family have i
Turner
received
Tindal were in town from. the Bogy ment Ralph as clerk in the office an of appoint the surgeon professional business in Kissimmee, moved' into the property at the corner Shoes Shoes Shoes !

, Creek section Monday. ,general at Washington and left Wednesday. of Vernon avenue and Bryan' street, j

Mrs C. B. Sample and little son, Saturday night to commence his duties C. W. Griffin returned Sunday'fromHendersonville formerly occupied Attorney Milton

' i;' Richard, spent Friday in Kissimmee. .Mr. Turner is well known in \ where he has spend Pledger. The May family have been 4

S ,,4 -Haines City Herald.B town and is popular with the young ing his vacation. The Griffin family living in the Boice prop?"yn i Clyd Spring and" Summer Footwear.We .

F.,.Lester, the veteran cattle set who .will be glad to hear Of his will not return for a couple of weeks avenue.

buyer of this vicinity, arrived from appointment. longer.Closing. . Judge T, M. Murphy received notice Have It! '
b Montgomery, Ala., this week this week that he would represent

J. J. Grit n and' family motored tq Provost Marshal General Crowder in Shoes for every member, of the family. 1 t
the exemption cases in Osceola coun-
Daytona Saturday, to spend the week
ocean 'breezes. ty. All cases claiming exemption
enjoying the
from military duties must be taken, Complete ofMen's
Out! array ,
4a: A. W. Winn, accompanied by Miss by) him before the district board, with
Low Summer Shoes x
Cut ; elegant
Gussie, left Tuesday for Green headquarters at Tampa.

Springs for a two weeks' outing. Misses
Misses,. Eleanor and Celeste Mose- Footwear for Ladies and Children -

Lewis John, a well known cattleman ley, Lillian Pzentja) and Manie Wither- ; Great Dispioy'or White Kid and

of Whittier, was a Saturday BEGINNING SEPT. FIRST spoon will leave next week for Mary- .,
visitor here looking after business. ville College, at Maryville Tenn. "Canvas Shoes.

Y See Dr, Davis for glasses for poor Miss. Eleanor will graduate this year '
vision or headache at his home office, in the regular A. B. course. Miss

Lincoln House. Eyes tested free Prices Celeste! is a sophomore in that course Straw HatsMost
For See GEORGE
: Work guaranteed. 33-eovr and is specializing in domestic
a v scence. Miss Lilian will specializein
a Mrs. G.M. Shearouse, who has been music and take the domestic science. complete variety, sizes, shapes and i;

visiting relatives in Guyton, Ga., for ATTAYLOR'S and Miss Manie will enter the
course styles. Up-to-the Minute Goods Prices
the'past month, returned home ,Mon ,
A. B. course,
P Are Right.K
day.If W. F. Walker. former county com
it is a pipe you want we can
missioner from the Fifth District,
14. See our stock.' lOc Cobs CASH GROCERYDON'T "
.( please :you. which district is now' a portion of

.JJ J!r to $S.OO Briars! CORNER DRUG Okeechobee County, has' been trans-
# H. C. STANFORD COMPANY"Old
STORE.
acting business in Kiuimmee this

S. D. Bally of Kissimmee; Arrived week. Frank's. many friends here are _

In the city: yesterday on a visit to his 'PHONE' FOR PRICES glad to know that he has been appointed Reliable Shoe, Dealers, of OsceeU.

r daughter; .Mrs. D. L. Bower.-Calnes- Supervisor' of Registrationfor .

} e.,' 'villeJun.' "'.,- the new county.

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-- _? 'C I B.E VAJLLCf tiltlttcTt HUDAT I ,' AUGUST, 31, 117

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Serve Your acid would tend to earlier ripeningand UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOM'ENTALLAHASSEE .
therfore smaller fruit.: An application FERRY BOAT PILOT GAINESVILLEHigh

anlisol I CountryRAISE of ashes would probably haveno Moral Intellectual Standards College fJt the Highest Rank

C .FIIRJ1IER immediate effect because of the SAYS DANGER PAST Liberal Arts Law Agriculture, .En- Liberal ArU. Kducntion.Education.Mulc Art, Expression.Physical Horn "
very small]) potash content, and the gineering; Education, Graduate School Economics. .
different' soil processes necessary Send for Catalogue and, Views. Write for' Catalogue and Book of View .....
SELLSFire before the lime, content would have Captain Roberts Declares Wife Is 28-13t A. A. MUUPHREE, Pres. EDW. CONRAPI, Pres.. ',-:.:,

any effect' on the fruit; that 1 I., before Well and Strong Since Tatting Tan. _ '!1,
the lime could increase nitrification lac Gained
18 Pounds.
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Accident and ''' '
Life -4
sufficiently to produce available
food which would] tend to Captain J. G, Roberts, a well known
; Health Plate Glass, Lia- plant en- : : r
: couraging ,growth. }Whatever effect ferry pilot, and a familiar figure DG. Wagner Insurance Agency

bility and Boiler Insurance. Il the ashes had would be for later maturity among the bay fishermen and boat

fI' Bonds Executed because potach prolongs the men, living In Miami Florida, speaks 2nd Floor Citizens Bank: BId,., Phone No. 30. t '. 1
Legal RAISE MORE TO EAT maturing process and whatever nitrates '' (in a very interesting and grateful :c /

Same Day Needed.:' (SAVE WHAT YOU, RAISE becor..e Available through the manner of the benefits his wife has The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola ,Co f ""
eweetemfng/ of the soil would tend to obtained from the use of the celebrat .'. ...'
|k4e..tlo.. Aaenerrd.11, M.IL'I..dl.t.IF additional growth.: ';,Any form of am- cd medicine Tanlac.. WE REPRESENT AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK HART'E: J,
monia would eventually] have the "My, wife was in danger of. FORD AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE ;'
OFFICE; St.ate Bank Building Mr. ,.. !M. fl. mans., Dip. )tar. same grave' j;
"""II.... A '.....on.r ......111.... Com..r. effect as nitrate cf soda in encouraging a complete] breakdown from monthsof .1 COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., 1. :,.,
,Javke..1/1a-. growth, but wo'lld be slower in suffering with' n rundown system, .. AND CAN TAKE CARE OF, ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE, t "'

-. its effect. 'l"hrco'c, the maturity.. that nothing seemed ,16' reliexe. She x LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE TORNADOa. :;
4 "G++C>ot>a. '
Bordeaux PasteIs would] be still further 'delayed. was tired and wornout all the time BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS.ANDExplosive 3: ..',: :(
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M. TILLER the commercial Bordeaux mixture You can see from the above that, and never felt l like doing anything f .

paste all right for painting tree nitrate of ,.soda. fs the only fertilizer about the house. Her appetite failed Insurance :

Real ln Estate! 'Agency. I trunks as a cure for gummoses? if material that .).o'u'coul 1 apply nt this and she lost about twnty-five pounds, ,ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. :4:: .:
..... .... ..................: not please send recipe for the Bordeaux ' time and expect to get'quick results, and was getting weaker every day. IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION i

,l Realty bought and 'sold. paste used for this purpose.. and that it 3s absolutely, impossible'' Ever' since she came" to Miami from I ,AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION. .
Houses rented: *a Answer:' The commercial Bordeaux to (encourage loth growth and early] Brooklyn, New York, last August ...0000.00.010.. : .
Taxes paid and Titles. 'verifiedfor mixture paste may ,be &\ .right- for ripening: ,this l k.to' in the se scn. _r "lhe..Just.seemed to go down.until I OOOOUo.uOo .oo ooooo."OU.Oo.oou.OO.. '..
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non-refidents, this purpose but you will l be safer'to Was alarmed about her.. "..

Fire, Life and Accident, In use the preparation ,advised.," The. Preparing{ Land For GroveI ,"That's all passed now! She started FOR SALE---CASH PREFERRED ... .
surance. recipe is as follows] am told it is better to raise a crop taking Tanlac about'two months .. M:
Indemnity Bondl.ii 1 Bluestone, dissolved in 1-gal. of velvet beans; and.take it off before '' ago and from the very beginning it / "'
One block of Five Lots in fouth Part of Town. 250
water. planting' new land to grove. Do you 'I' has built'her up until she has gained .
oaaoaa seoo4POPfi4.404rf 2'Ibs. Caustic Lime slaked in 4-2 pal. advise this? Should I fertilize the. eighteen pounds and is as well and .. foot.front, 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for '
?
!:O 00 0 OH.0.... water stir tOjt'iherwhen; cool, making beans strong as she ever was. Her healthis Banana or Truck Growing.. Eighteen inch fall to city
..1 a mixture a1;out the consistency of I Answer: It Is very much better i fully restored and every ..iA'lof .
Ihru'mai 1"Iitr"" th'-r'lrrlJiJF' r'I ,-. '!I'e"'ft rrlw 1< +rysena-erne :.t.bat; ttmntv.t irlghaa laitti.hanand ._..ditchMake.,, ur. for itself.. .. . , ..
o'"ra o ,
FIN' p' ve "' .m.m.f''''rtrvinrfArxMtYKM-cimriT,;;..i r..u..ii..jf.fri..ifjKuir .|Ii...?A.....;,IVVI r..."L...... vgpptl/cHy"yy.
ii c.w. GRIF spray p mp. '. I beans before setting: trees and even a' her old time energy has tome Apply VALLEY GAZETTE..

I crop of :vegetables; .Very often the back in full force. She does her own

Staple and FancyGROCERIES I. {"au"tieUm.. grower Can' save time in the end by I housework now :without a bit of --- -. -, -
What i's caustic lime?" planting the coyer crop one summer, trouble. Tanlac sure! does all .that is
Answer: Caustic limeTs known vegetables the next winter cover claimed for it, and we recommend It

I under the following terms! : "fresh," crop the next summer, and then setting all the time:* ,

"burnt," "quick" and rock;" also, the trees, bat, instead! of taking Tanlac is sold in Kisslmmoe by J R.-S. FLOYD

Free Delivery to all Part "unslacked Ifn e'! for it is the limo as off the cover crop, it should be killed Z., Roberson's Pharmacy; in St. Cloud
it is freshly burned. If, there were and When thoroughly dry, worked into by Seminole Pharmacy; and in Ken. Dealer In
of the
Cityi4.40 I IW. no impurities '100 lbs, ot ]limestone the ground Ye prefer the use of ansyille! Fla.EPWORTH. '

ock would\ make 50 Ibs. cat',tic linn, cowpeas on grove land because velvet I Groceries .
S ooH> } f.-OS4crfi-ti 54+' Hay Grain and Feed
if weighed immediately alter hurnln ,I beans are so likely] to overrun young I ,

B. Crawford Lee Jarrell II) this t'au.ifi;i* lirais; allowed to I, trees for after they have been on the [ LEAGUEMiss .11
CRAWFORD &"JARRELLATTOINEYSATLAW: land, it prnda-'lly I I-(-(' ,des! air naked ground .once some plants qre almost Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.

aril will in talc JI c iiri, \\<'i./h: the, fall;': sure to volunteer. \Ve never advise j

100| pounds, being in the same' chemical cowpeas on land that is to be planted Jennie Pigue of Crescent,City! Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed
Offices 4, B, 6, and 7 Citizens;
Bank Building' condition as it was before burning for garden crops so ",ere we to make who has. been visitingat Daytma

Elssimmee Florid I but in finely powdered form. If the two cover crops pnd a garden crop Beach reports their: : Junior League as

56 Ihs, unslaked lime is water slaked, before planting the: trees, we shoulduse doing good work; superintended by -- .. - .. ..

T. M. RIVERS M. D. it will make 74 Ibs. hydrated or water velvet beans the first year and !Mrs. George Neal. .
slaked lime. If the hydrated lime .is then Ttiifte out garden, a.d use cowpeas Epworth Ern Agent, Ellsworth
PIIYSICIAN.and: SURGEON exposed to the air, it will. graduallyair as a'cover crop! the second year. Hartsfield of Gainesville Seniors has
Phone Office Rteldence-fl over Osceola Pharmacy slake so either caustic or water You need to fertilize a cover crop to returned home after most enjoyablestay Stout Lumber Co.

Offic..I/s., slaked lime eventually becomes air give it a good start for legumes do at Daytona Beach. SUCCESSORS MAY-BTOUT LUMBER CO.
slaked if exposed to the air. ,not gather much_ nitrogen until fully Miss Lois Overstreet of Kissimmee DEALERS IN

C. F, THRASHER ''half grown but they leave your land "Girls of Epworth," has been at Day ..
Increasing Size of Fruit in .very much more fertile condition tona Beach for a !short stay, and reports YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS
SH EI METAL WORKER Please advise me what to use to size than before. The cover crop takes this organization as getting

Mttal Roof. Pal on and up my tangerines that will not.delay from the land certain compounds that along nicely. LUMBER

Guarantied the coloring. I have used nitrate of are not congenial to the growth of Mrs. Maud Blackwell of Gainesville,

PHONE I4'.R, KISSIMMEE. FLA soda and don't like it How would cultivated crops and!adds humus matter superintendent of department workin Novelty Works in Connection

o. Thomas phosphate or' ashes do, or thus improving the. texture of the Gainesville League, attended Sun- ,

DR. W. W. CARSON some ammonia? soil, as well as in"rcnsng! the nitro. day services at Daytona Beaoh. She It is, our pleasure t. give yon estimate at all times.
DENTrsT Answer You are asking an inv gen supply! ] is an enthusiastic Leaguer and we are Courteous Attention and Prompt Delircry.
possibility. Further growth of the
Office counting on her for much future
over Pllley. Building fruit naturally means later maturity. , LIST OF JURORS efficiency,"All For Christ"Miss Phone 21 Kissimmee.
Office Hour.'' it- 011..11.1'Olrle. :/ flae
'Phone 16S'.,itRealdrncerfPhon.+ I'Uaa There', ,.OK ftfir can,,mm\t',be*\- no'Other.ii. Mii-* }ijr way' *(about- lit Bujl: ] !.Tg,,J.1I' aLl et;'ofayjurors) : ;t. !' Cecilia, ;Overstreet; of,Kissimm.e'whotieflnow ,.
Administered for Detraction of tiwe"o soda fs considered the best the September term of County COurt1whlch're y' J
," -Te..th. [ {: J!at. Daytinaj.. }Beach!: v A .... A
and
quickest to this rie8i.SeDtem't'"Ea''P
means produce |
Kissimmee
deports niorSf: as active .. ..
a. F. KRIBfiJwY4JTg KRIBBS & STEED-"W-'r: ">tzr growth because of |Its||immediate HB.Dfcke7solSfjSLaniIrJClark T under president:" ElonTGuicelha6v i ;! 42 .H.- -, -

: availability. Thomas phosphate J..'T. .G odwin, A. E.' Whaley members. They are buying a piano .
ATTORNEYS
AT LAW -would probably have no effect what- J. S. Tindall John Davis, Edgar C; for League use and have pledged f 25 r
Legal business of all kinds given ever because of its uncertain availability Bass, W. I. Bronson J. K. Opcdyke, for African Special.

prompt attention. but any available phosphoric W. O. Bronson F. C. Chandler. Miss Myra Gutteridge, superintendent StateBankof
Offlcei 11 and II Slate Bank Bids;
Klsslminee. Florida.Pat h.. of Oveido Juniors, is spending

two weeks at Daytona Bea h. She .
Johnston speaks Well of her Juniors.
O. P. Oarrttt Kissimmee
JOHNSTON &: GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW Used for Twenty Years Ocala Seniors are' picking up a .

-Alw r. haa ictren aatlafactton. Red Cro. Live "bit" under presidency of Dexter
Medicine I. one of the dependable. old-time reme.dl.L Phillips Have divided; their missionary The of thewor''
'
Offices ILLY All over the South It haa relieved aufferera trout
10, 11 and 12 Citizens BaD Dill..... Liver C.aaplalat pledge into four equal parts eyes ? ,
Building 1. 3 (& nill. .. Colic Hae.Biellr. Halu and will make each
payment quarter.
Klailrnrae. Fla .w <.oallT..... Kirk H..-.....kea .
'r Nftr I>:7..ea.la Sear lo.ach Leaguer, Henry M. Blackburn of .
J. A. THOVILLION, M. D. lu. Red Cross Liver Medicine Madison, was in Ocala recently in are on the manwho
Special Attention to Purely vegetable! : do not .1.,1<.0. Sold in powder. interest of Southern College. lie will
CANCER, GOITRE, TUMORS and yti ra-iewu.n form may b. Med dry or Bully made Into liquid.Tke .
DISEASES OF THE SKIN. ai c > aflO.I..nO''. Cr...Liver"...dlel..'. a...>onlv b, travel extensively for this institution,
Orlando Office' .-Boardman Building, CASH IIR08 DRUG CO., Inc., Jacksonville, .'1.. which is patronized by.many of our
B to 11 a. m. r M CeN. a b... mt ........I.t. ... Im ffmrrfl. a<*re*. Leaguers.
Winter Park Office-2 to 4 and 6 .." l..tlald fr.r ... ....._C..r..
President Garfleld Evans who at:
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p. m. sepl 6me pd
tended Junaluska E-L Conference,
SAVESj
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- I' was obliged to cancel a number of engagements -
LEWIS i
I V, O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW en route home; owing to

I serious ilnes6in his family. His

I Waring Building. All the Fertilizer You Want ,notes will appear later. j
: Rev J. B. Ley of Orlando, reportsa

t Junior League of about fifty mem- pAUSE for a moment, young man ;
f
h FOR RENT Goods of the same high standard of bers at that places '
Note fine report of Homeland -- a thought to self. The r':
(Rooms unfurnished' and furnished. quality that we have always offered.It League by Fred Ivey through columns -; that ';
confront
problems
Houses unfurnished and furnished. of Advocate. you now or
' :Also city properties, farms, citrus: They are making ',
{trucking and grazing lands fer sale. is true that in comparison with before the splendid progress and having; interesting will a few years hence.

war times hi gh, and certain mater. meetings. Recently held business .
price are
THE ELITE[ REALTY PARLOR and social meeting with about Look about yon-Ike men of Vffalrs in country, state, ..atiol11e. -

: t'a -'' MRS. SUMMERS, Manager. ials are scarce and hard to.:get; but we have 45.in attendance. ., in the world, are the Men who started to .save early in life.

for months looked ahead and provided for this We had the pleasure of visiting
207 Baas'SI. cor. Brack. N. KisslmmeeQwo They hare the respect and confidence of the
St. Pertersburg League last Sunday. community
( blocks: north of Christian church.J. .
scarcity in'a large measure, and'can offer you '
Were glad to note good attendanceand
I Then look OB the other (ids-at the fellows who spend all they
large number taking part in devotional -

W. THOMPSON [Our Same Old Line of High Grade Goods;! departments meeting.doing goodwork.First and Theyuse third personality make-they reflect may ?hare a food time for a while, but what does. their


; Funeral Director topic card and leaders for devo- A dollar er so deposited in this bank will be the '
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. \ We are also headquarters for all insecticide and tional meeting is appointed for the nucleus of an honorable, independent career. .

ANDLICENSED fungicide materials, and the famous Demingand year. $150 is their budget for the' Make your beginning now-today. Your bank
year. book will pare the way.
Brown spraying outfits, either large or small .

.. EMBALMER 4 ADVERTISED LETTERS Capital stock -...........__.-,.. ____ .___ $100,000.00 ..
Resources ore __ ____.__ i
i Following is the list of uncalled fur --------- -, _______ 400,000.00 ;
: k Store and Stewart A,.. Wilson &T
y "I _,Chapel, oQmer Fertilizer letter 'remaining'in' the postoffice at Officers and Directors: dam?
t Xlsalmm... Fla.f Kissimmee, Florida, for the two weeks

::; .& .' Jacksonville, Florida ending Sept.. 10, 1917. CT"A.: CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L, LESLEY, V-P.:

.:. '' C..M. .SHEAROUSE. JR. Miss Susie Bradley, Miss Anna ROMA THOMAS, Cashier
Davies, :M. T. Johnson, Wesley Lat-
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E. L. LESLEY
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THE K1SSIMMEE;VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. AUGUST 31, 1J17 -'x'7"1 SEVEN

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NOTICE 1111 M+.Sill 11111111 i 111+* NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAt
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DEED UNDER SRCTION' 5T4 ANn I I

li" ::1." .. LegalAdvertisements &1a. GENERAL STATUTE OF
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I TUB STATE OF FLORIDA. EXCURSION RATES
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: notice I. hereby g-lven that the tollowing"described lands, or so much : ; : NOTICE Is hereby given that A. E. ,

T thereof aa will be neoeaaary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set oppoIte Whaley purchaser of Tax CertificatesNOB.

to the same, together with the cost of such sale and advertising-, -will. be M I I I I I I I . 99. 100 and fu$. dated. the Tlh day FROM KISSIMMEE
;'; aold at publlo auction on the third day of September A.-D. KIT. In, front of of July; A."I>. Iii It; also Tax Certificates -
ORDER FOR PUBLICATION Nos. Uti, 887. (88 -881)), 242 142.
the City Half( door at KI..lmm.e..County of Osceola, and State of'Florida! 682
: IU, 247. 848. 616. 618. ", 611.. : and
Tax and In Cirenlt Curb State ef Flerlda fill. dated the 6th day of July, A. D. 544,65 New York $42.65 Philadelphia
DESCRIPTION Of LAND. -Owner. Cost has filed. said certificates In my
Cent office and has made application for TasD..d
dt Canes dreeer
The Waters :
Rees AddKUnBeg. to Issue according. law.
SE Cor of Block II, W of Ry p..,.. a ('.r........ Organised and flald. certificates. embrace the' following ii
'u runs N 60 ft. W 100 ft, S 50 ft, Jjj' Kslatlng Vnder: the Law ef the described 'lands lying and belnirsituate $50.40 Chicago $40.15 Cincinnati

100 ft ?._-..____.............._""-...Leonard. F...!--!-__._.-. :___..__.$11.85' State .f Fleridn. C..I..... -m. In Osreola County State ot. I ,
r' N. f. Bans Re-Snb Div et Rleekn 1. X Florida to-wit: .
), a.S.7.14.0,10.14aad IS ef Rnnn' J. A. Cheek: nnd Willie Mar Carrie Lots 11 and 14, Block lit) Tot T, Block I
j Addltlnn HI. Wife. D*'........ 18: Lots 1 and 4 Block 2<:: Lot 10%. $44.40 St. Louis.

", Lots 6 and 7. Block 1{...'......__......Sessions, D L .......-___...._.-. 1S.OS Block S; Lot 7 *. Block u1! t.ot a Block
> Boswell'n Re- .. Div ef Let IS ef Seventh Judicial Ci.....1.. OsreeJn C.... IK: Lots 1 and. 4. Block 17: Lot 11,

.: Lot Pale 11 .._sib?r.J'._-.._._.Addltl.n-..__.......___.....Qaulden. M :__-___......'...... 6.70 ty-la-Chancery. 8 Block Block. Block! 22 2T,:2(1.all Lot of Lot 15,she 1 Block.. Block above 22:"Lots 27 Lots: Lot I2.and 14.. Tickets On Sale Dally With Final limit October 31. st. ;

f". R. II. P. Drenghfs s A..I...., ., .. It by affidavit appended to Blocks being; In Klsslmmee Park.
Lot. 2 to 4 Inc Block 1I'....-............ >avld.on.. A L ..:.._.._-........ 25.65 the. bill appearing filed In the above-stated cause Lot Tl In Section 2*; Lot. I and IS THROUGH SLEEPERS DINING CARS
Lot 5. Block 6_;Block..... .....________Fife Warren '......._.__---.____ 8.85 that J. A. Cheek and Willie May Cheek In Section 28; Lot 6S In Section 28: Lot ...
Beg NE Cor of 1.. rune S 50 ft his wife, the defendant herein named, BT In Section Z<: Lnt lilt In Section !5. ,
'. \V 155 ft N 60 ft, B 165 ft..Carmlchael B P.-_----*-..-:.-. 18.85 are non-residents of the State of Florida end. Lot 72 In Section 22. all being In VIAAtlantic
r 8 A R."I..'a Addltl.n '. and are residents of Atlanta. Oeor- Township 2* South, Range 20 East and

... WK Lot f. Block I____..............naulden, M -___.....i.; ,.......... 4.20 gla over the are rd'r det'tto.n.'d-: ; nelnosccordlnr I to the Seminole Land Coast Line
J. aIft.. 7 and 10, Block 6_._.___*,.-.-_--Howard, John .___.._-.......... 18 05 It .Is therefore nonresident A Investment Company's Subdivisionof
... Lot 2, Block 6__.______..__________...Howard. John ,___......___........ :*..90Lot.I. defendants be and they are. said Sections 21 and 28. '
Block 6...._................,..._Oreen Mettle -,-....--..---..'---- ...0 hereby required to appear to hb The said lands being assisted at thedate Standard Railroad of the South'
All Illock 11 ..,._......-._.... ...._ W Bl_._.....____..-___ 21.45 of complaint Sled In said cause on or of the isaeancc or said'certificatesIn
.,v All Block 12_-__.I___._.___,___I_.____Howard. John O .._____......... 1205 before Monday the let day of October.A. the dame of H Pesiow W. O. wlli.W. .
Tat 6, Block IS.-_._..-._...-______.Tiller, M: ?..._________:-.-...,..- -4,45Beg D. 1>IT, otherwise the allegations. of O. Wells. C. R. Bllven. B:. Klein, For tickets: and re.* rTntioM call on
3n said bill will be. taken a. confessed by William Vallee. C. Bllven. Mra. U rand
,, SW Cor of Lot 4 Block 18, run. A. M. SMITH. J. G. KIRKLAND. .
t1" N 75 ft. H 41' ta. A 75 ft. W 45 ft_--Acres, 'Will' .-_____.__-..j_.___. 4.95 said" defendant. Mrs.. F. .Noon. W. A. McCool W, A. T. A KUstmmee. .
, Lots I to 9 Inc. Block 18lotakln.on.'W B Co...__.:..__._,_ .24.05 It Is further ordered that this1 order McCool. H. Puiitson Semntole Land and .. D. P. A-, Tampa.ColdS1oragefor'Fresh ..
Kl.rtda l.nnd Isapt. C..'. Addltl.n be published once a week. for four consecutive Investment Company, W.R.. Bro..n.Unknown. .
I' Lot -27 ._..___.________--,---.----....EdictM E ...____...-.___...__,.. 11.08 week. In the Klsslmmee Val- P. F. Stone L. Buteen andJ. I O. . . .. .... .... . . .. . ..O.O..O..O.
Lot 81 _-.__.1......___..........___..Mljer) V: E ........___'........... 21.6' Icy Gazette, a newspaper published In W. Masterton.
said' county and state. Unless said certificates shall be re
!f. 11'pedall dt I>"rle. Snb.Dlv nf Lets. B3.B4. .. This 27th day of August HIT. deemed according)' law. Tax 'Deed

) 8T ..d SHLots ) '- J, L. OVERSTREET.: will Issue thereon on the SSth day of. ... . . ... .. . . ....... . . .. ..... ... ... .. .. . ...
"t 10 and 11, Block 0.--------------Aalotte. Estelle 0_.,._____-__-.. 4.68 Clerk-Circuit'- Court. September A. I>. 1KIT.
t., Lots 17 and 18, Block O.........._-__Tanner Mrs: W P ____.__..-__... 1.60 (Circuit Court RealFKRIRBH .22nd.Aufrust.; ; 1K17.
,.. Lots 6, 6 and 7, Block H.._____.____.lUnknown'H ..J.-.__,_..-r.----,2.13 STEED: J. L. OVERSTRWET.: I
', (J. H. Woodnll'n *n...|llv ofLet GIS) Solicitor for Complainant. 3T4tJQTTxc18OFAPPL11'ATIONFOR Cleric Circuit Court Osceola County, Meats i |
Lot 7 A--.*.-.---.___-_________.Moaeley. Bessie F .-.___,__i.-.-- '.IIG I .... Florida. : :
'", Lots 37 end II ......___..___.___________Smith Daisy ____._:_____....-; ... 1.60 I (Circuit Court /Seal))
,.,, ;; llf..G.7lla.ebaed..aa-Ills'-M'-: -...,.. ''' _..... .; : TAf; f.U.I l i..t:};< 1-- ,. ,
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-L'OII'>l"\J"S-'t iij''|''o 'tH'lrfl'J :''L9.r.----: .var.rwr' '' '''' "; -*>Ile"aif'l"BfDErC'111Ct"TTe1Vl1'DT4""A'NtT! -sT-f'"f'.ux. + es .c-- rrwwnw eu

. :: 27. 20 and 81 and 84 to 4b lnc..Hlanchard: : ,, Mrs M C............. 7.58 i STS. GENERAL STATUTES OF -ggs-ege.a; ,
i:' Lots 16, 16 and 11---------------------Newton. Lula .. 8.85 .
----------------- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Lots 24 and 25..........___...,:.......Blaker Laura .___.-____......... 1.98Loin '. I THIS STATE OP FLORIDA. TAX
i: 21 and 22______.__....:........._______Howard Ellia .................. 1.92 DEED UNDER SECTIONS' BT4 AND STORAGE RATES ON $EATS:
I 4" 1 W. ... King-. ....|>lr .1 Let af) NOTICE! Ill hereby. given that Hf.. BTK.' GENERAL STATUTES OF THIS -

I.' .Tat 19 ___._________--,.,--__.....,....McBrlde, J., .....___-............. 8.08 Pfann nd-Oeorge T. Slngeltary, purchasers STATE OF FLORIDA. .
i, to., Lots .18 and 16____.__.--uJ. ..-..-._..:....Keddlck.'Jrfr' ; : ..: ....,..;:j, 'i ';-1.60.. of tax- certificate H.191a4. dated havefiled . Storage on all Meat*. -2..cent. pound, Fifteen Days. '
W. H. Farmer'n Snn.Dlv ef Let T.. Ad. Ih.8th day of'July'A'
: dltl.n t. .'........... Park) said certificate In my office and NOTICE'' Is hereby given that J. n.Turner .

'Lots 1" and 24 to 28 Ine___._..______.Kelley, D .._._.....___.___.___.__. 10.95 have made application for tax deed to purchaser of Tax CertificatesNo. Curing Pork ready for molting, 1 12c. per pound
1/! Beg 8F Cor of 'Ixit 80, run. N 70 ft. Issue In accordance with law. 12'1 and 1010. dated the 7th day of

;' W 125 ft, 8 70 ft. E 125 ft.,____J.__-__Curry. V C .______.......___.___. 4.95 Said certificate embraces the following July A. D. 1111, has filed certificates In Curing and Smoking 2c per pound
5 (Pren.et Park: ..- ef Lnte 82 described lands, lying; and being my office and has made application for t
nnd 83> : I situate In Osceola County. State of Tax Deed to Issue In accordance to

I, tot M ------___________-___._::_____..Cad)". Mr. A )r.___.._.___._.___. 1.03Pine Florida. to-wlt: law. '
\ ( ('....t. 1'1.' nf Lets 87 and 8S) < I Begin 10% chains West. of center of Said Certificate embrace the follow- Bring us your hog the day they are killed. We will do

I ",. 'Tents 9 and 10___?___________,___......Lindsay."J H___................. 8.85 Section. 1 In Township 26 South. Range Ins lands lying and being situate In .
'T..ots 11 and 12-___ ._--_________.......Lindsay, R H_____.___......___.. 1.50 18 East North 20 chains We.t 2H OsceolaCounty, State of Florida to- the rest. .
Lots 18 to 16 Inc.!_________...........Cooper. Mrs S T.' ................ 10.85* chains chains South. SO chains, East 2% wit Lot: Thlrty-elicht (88) of the Seminole r

Robert Bans Addition<< The said lands being assessed In the Land and Investment. Company's
All of Block AL____________________,__.Tyler, Rosa, ........____......... '. .'15 name of R. F, Meyers at the date of the Subdivision' of Section 18, Township
*.hoen .....r.1I Hnb-DIv of DI..,... DL mad Issuance of said' certificate, unless said Twenty-six 28) South Range. Thirty- KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.stead
IL certificate shall be redeemed. accordingto one (II) East and Lot Two (II of .
Lots 11 and 12--._____..______________.".Washington"hoenwker'n Annie ........__... 8.85 law tax deed will Issue thereon on Block Two Hundred 8lxty-on (261) of
i ...-nl. ef Bleek, : HL the 25th day of September, A. D. 1917. St. Cloud. ..o..o.ooo.o.oo.o..o....... ... o.ooo..oooo..oo...
'Lot 4 ____'.,____________________.______Williams/,/ Anna _____.________... 4.65. Witness my hand and official seal The said lands being assessed In the
Wbnenanker'n Snb-DIv of Bleek: QLpf' this the 22nd day of August A. D. 1917.J. name. of R. A. Chart and H. I. Mulllns, .

J"t i -----__.________...._______...__Rivers, Lucy .._ __.. _.... 2.55 L. OVEItSTRFET: : at the date of Issuance. of said certificates Entry, No. 011644. for BW% of I allegations of said ... be taken
__ _.--.-_____ Clerk Circuit Court, Osceola County. unless said certificates shall be bi .1 .I
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"X SffocV.RL- RE% Section I.Town.hip 26 South as confessed. by said
.' ":__:::::::::::::::.Gllpln: feupr.:::::::__:_,;___ ills Florida.By 'i redeemed according; to law Tax Deed Range. 27 East Tallahassee Meridian I It Is further ordered.Iendant orderbe >
A. R D.......'. 11..01.,0111: ">L" S. H. BULLOCH. D. C will Issue thereon on the 17th day of has filed notice of Intention to make published once a week for four consecutive i

Lots 1 to III Ine____________.-___.____nilpln, R P ____......_____._.__. 8.85 (Circuit Court Seal) SEt September Witness, my A D.hand 1317.and. official seal Commutation Proof to establish claimto weeks In the Klaslmmee Tal. .
1' Tots 19 to 12 Inr-_______________ -Howard. Josh ................... 7.80 this the 16th day of August A. D. 1917. the land above on't"Cbitl..1: : :beforeClerk ley Oasette, a newspaper published
Beg 60 ft K of SW cot of Block "Til" NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX J. L. OVEHSTRBET of Circuit e, aid county and state .
runs N 60 ft,' E 49 tt. S 60' ft W 49 DEED UNDER SKCTIOW 574 AND Clerk Circuit Court Osceola, County. Florida, on the list day of September, This 7th day of August .,. .

ft' ---...._.-.__..-_.____ _,_,_ITua-hev. OP..__..__._........._ 815 675 GENERAL STATUTES OF Florida. IS-St : 1917. J. L. OVIR8TREIT. t}
,. All of Blocks A1. H8 B2 and Of_._I___Tano. Mrs Anna_____-_____._._ 70.80/ (Circuit Court Seal) Claimant names as witnesses: .. .
K 100 ft of N 82 ft of Block 18_________Tlner, W R.,-____..________...- 18.05 TilE! 8TATK. 'FLORIDA. John Altmeyer. of Louffhman Fla. (Circuit Court Seal
!' Beg NE ('01' of Block 20. runs S' 100 NOTICE OF FILING COMMISSION. B. O. Hancock of Lou hman. Fla. W. B. CRAWFORD.

ft. W 98 ft. N 100 ft. E 98 ft______.__Braddock. Mrs M.____........... 15.45 I R. B. Addison of Loug-hrtian. Fla. Solicitor for Complainant. nt. .4.f
David Kit's REPORT "
Lot. I and 2. E of ACt. Ry In Block NOTICE! Is hereby given that FOR UPPER ST. Polydoor Qhyseltnck, of Loughman,

"r w'P" -_ ---------_.____________.____.Maklnaon, Mrs M, M.___::_____.___ 18.45- Jennings purchaser of Tax Certificates JOHNS DRAINAGE DISTRICT Fla.< ...ER..F PALE
Lot. 2 and 4. Block "P" and S and 4 No. 770 and. 818. dated the Sth day of ROBERT W. DAVIS

Block "Q" ------___ ,......,;-___...Maklnaon, Mr M M: __....___.__- 84.75 July. "'. D. 1915, ha. filed said certificates Notice la hereby given that all persons 84-Bt Register Notice Is hereby given that under ;
All of Blocks R and 8--__________.__..Collier, Mrs E F---,. ______.__..___ 55.05 |'n my office and has made application Interested In the following described and by virtue of a by .
Beg 8W' Cor of Block V' runs NB 64 for tax deed to issue In accordance land and property In Osceola NOTICE! OF 8IIEHIKP SALE! the Comptroller of the State of Florida, ,
It. E 460 ft. R 66 ft. "" 'IU ft________Makln.on. Mrs M M, _________._.- 6.00 to law. Bald certificates embrace County In -the State of Florida. via: directed to me .Sheriff of Osceola
Robert Bans 2.. Addltlnn the following: ; described propertysituated All the East half of Township Twentyfire. Notice Is hereby (given that by and County, Florida, commanding me .o.collect.by
ra. y Lot 1 ----............._...._-_....Mach Br"os. ._--.._...__..-_____ 11.10 InOsceola County .Florida, <2S) South Range Thirty-four I under virtue of that certain writ of. levy and sale from the South
5;: Lot S -. ----------------------------ltobinson. Fred ................. '..10II. to-wit: (34)'Sast; all the East half of'Town execution issuing out of and under seal j Florida and Gulf Railway Company
t_ .... Flnrida R. K. 11...._ Lot 8. Block 6. St. Cloud and Lot IT, ship Twenty-six
SS-6,0 of Ix>t" I And *. Block S..___.FrAt'. Warren ._._.___........ 7.80 Block 54. St. Cloud.: asseased at 'the Thirty-four: (84) East;' all the Knst County, Florida, bearing date the 12th dred and Twenty Dollars and Seventy ., !
WW 60 ft of Lot 7, Block ._._.._--.Tiller. M __-...?..........__.... 8.86 The said land being certificates In hall of Township Tw.nty-eeven (27) day of July A. D. 1917 Issued In that five Cents (82,220.75) that belnathe 'Z.}
A Lot 8. Block 7--- ___._._.____..Kulp.. Mrs C C.........__-___..-.. 28.25 date of Issuance or Horn such and C. Penner.Unless I South Range Thirty-four (14) East; certain cause pending; wh.er.ln W. J. I amount of State. County and SpecialTaxea
, Lots 1 to 4 inc. Block 8...,.___________Bass, W C __t..___.............. 81.45 the name of T. A/ shall be all the East half ot. Township Mallett Is plaintiff and Casper B. KlnerIs > levied and assessed for the year.A.
Lots 7 and 8 Block 8......,-........_.]3ass, W C ..---..___________.... 26.70 said certificates deed will redeemed ; Twenty-elgrht (28) South ''la'oK"I defendant I have levied upon and D. 1916. under Section 46 of Chapter \
Lots 1 to-2 (no and NB 4H ft of Lot according to law. tax: Thirty-four ) East Included will sell to satisfy said execution at ,,69 of the Laws-of Florida against the
4. Block 20 .___------___....._..:----.Maklnaon.'W B :........___..__ Issue thereon on the 25th day of Sep I DI.trLct.J'that ::: Bt. Johns. Drainage public outcry at the front door of the South Florida and Gulf RallwyrCompany 1
SW 40 It oCI Lot I and All Lots S and .' ,-.iVji.llil't'\ j .. ._,.. tember., A. D. I 17.H OVERSTREET.Clerk : the Commissioners heretofore courthouse In Osceola County Kl.alm- I have levied upon the following -
: 4..Dllt 11 --- "Makln.on."W D Co_______________ 12.15 of J. L. I appoInted. to assess benefits and mee Florida, on Monday, the 8rd, day described property;
Leasehold and TmVrV enVen"teVntNJBlcor I !.-.....,.._ Circuit, Court. Oaceola f.County damages t. the property and lands situate of September, A. D. 1917, within the 22 miles of track, +
IIItNOTIClOrO.APrLICATION'J..OR
-- 01 Black l4..a'o-tyiM.wy-.._ The Texas Co. _._.....____...._ 11.11 rstFlorlda. ,, i < > I In said drainage district and to legal hours of sale to the highest and 2 Locomotives, y
ccpW- DweU' Md/l/. I appraise the cash value of the land best bidder .for ca.h."the following. ; 1 Combination Car ; f .
Lot8 I and 2-.aaaasna.a.as., ___.--Kenton, Mrs'J _________________ a4.01 TAX necessary to' be taken for rights -of 'scribed< real. estateas i the: pro..rtyof ;"f Motor Cars,' f ,
1i'ei"l'1'* N. K. nnwen Ad4ltl. _?, SfW DEED UNDER -9ECTIOV' ANDaTa' I way. holding basins and other worksof 'Casper B. Klner 1 Depot.- '
. Beet SB Cor Da kin and Tohopekaltga OF said district within or without the To Wit All Tools and Four Camp Car.
Ave. run. NE along Tohopekallga' GENERAL STATUTES limits of said district filed their report Lots 28 and 24. of block 175 of Saint All belonging to and ) ) the
Ave 178 610 ft, N 46 degrees.. W .. TUB STATE OF FLORIDA.NOTICE'Is ? In thl.- offle. on the 16th day of Cloud. Florida. South Florida and Oulf Railway Com.
212 4-10 ft, then 8 to beg also Lot ------ August, HIT. and you and each of you L. H. INORAM. any. In the County of Osceola and I1
1 A and buildings on Leased Lots B are hereby notified that you may examine Sheriff of Osceola County, Fla. tate of Florida, and I the 6th
and C ----,_--_____--__?...?_____.1..SO.: Fla. Lumber Co............... 85.95 hereby Riven that Albert I said report and file exception to By ROBT. CAM PB EL. day of August A. .' wllhon being -
Can* Itreese Dlefendorf. purchaser of Tax Certificates all or any part thereof on or before Teputy Sheriff. the first Monday and the Rule Day
rft. 44 to 48 lno____....___._._-.McDonough., 8 D K____......,.._ 9.90 No.1.6&D and 887, t1e the Sth day thefirst Monday In September 1917. CRAWFORD k JARRRL.L of the said month offer for sale at puoHo -
Lot 71 --------___________________._Smith, -SV A____.....____.___?.. 1.19 of July, 1911, has said I certificates First publication IB Osceola County. Attorney for Plaintiff.. S3-Bt outcry between the legal hour. of
i, O.b.....* cad O'Neal's Addition In my office and haa made ap- ITth of August 1817. at the Depot, owned by the South

Lot 8. Block C________-_----__________ \... W C ---------1--___..__ 11.91 plication for tax deed to Issue In a. (Seal) J. "F. MITCHELL IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB J'loria"e. and Gulf Railway Company, at
,\ .....t.. 168 11. 14 and W% ot Lou 111 cordance to law. Bald certificates embrace Clerk ef the Circuit Court. Brevard HKVB.'VTII Jl IHCIAI riRCI'lT OPTIIK Ridge, Osceola County, Florida,
t And and 534 or Tat 11. ln..k D-.Smith JoIre L C___________--.:.___ 44.811 the following described propertysituated County. Florida. 85-Jt STATE OK FLORIDA FIR' OH. the aforesaid mentioned property and
,. BeR 281 fI FI or NE Cor ot NE" ot In Oaceola County. Florida. CK01.A; COUNTY. IN CltA.VCBHV. sell. the same to tbe highest and best
SE51. See 21, Tp 25. R U; runs S to-wit: NOTICE bidder for cash to collect above taxes
100 ft. W 148 ft, N 100 ft. R 142 ftl-Roberts. Ruby -i______-:___ 1.15 Lot U, Block 4, St. Cloud. and Lot C. -D. G. IV. D. and the costs and expenses of this sale
II A Mnlhewn Addition 17. Block 187. St. Cloud. Notice Is hereby given that the Hoard r. Whlnple vs. McKay, L. H. INOKAM.
All of Block B------.._......______Tohnson. C W_____............._ 7.80 The said lands being assessed. of County Commissioners of Oucoola B..", ..d Bnell kin wife. As Sheriff of Osceola Countr' Florida.
I N1Vy, ot Lot 1, Block "Q"_____________Bradshaw. Catharine ....A_01_ 7.80 at the date of Issuance nf such County, Florida, will receive bids up to This sale postponed Monday
t 4Cl.rkcoa'.-lle.S.h mT of Lot 1, Block: certificates In the name of A. Uttx., Vn. 10 a. m.. Monday. September 1'1. 1817 BILL OF FORECLOSURE the third day of September A. n. 1 17. '
'/ 'II lessnnld certificates shall be redeemed for sale ef tlOO.Oon.OO. 6.% serial 'boeds, L. H. INSEAM. .
Tat' v_-.______-_____Younghlood.. Hester ....'-._____ 1.15 according; to law. tax: deed will special Road and BrldVe: District No. 1, To the Defendants, W. T). 8-neIl and As Sheriff of Osceola CO\hty., Florida
I. WW14 of Lot 1, BIk S--------__________Johns. R '.1_-.----------__ '.'111 Issue thereon on the 2th day of S..pt..mher. maturing at rate of (5,000.00, per annum. i SnelL his 'wife I : Ie-Ct
1 heR! at NB Car of Lot 2. Block 8, runs A D. 117.J.. Interest payable aeml-annually. It appearing from the arfldavlt here '.
.. K Jill ft W 160 ft N 6/1 ft. E 160' ft Maklnson W D Co--------------; I.n. L. OVERSTREET.: All bids to be addressed to J. I* In filed that the attorney for the complainant NOTICH FOR PUBLICATION
tf. n"Jr RFI <'or ot Block FI, runs N 140 Clerk of Olrcult Court Osceola County Overstreet Clerk, Klsslmm'ee, Florida : believes that you are nonresidents -

J. n. 'V 160 fl. Fl1411 ft. FlI1I6 ft---Fenn..l1. E L ________:__-..__.;__ 1.05 Florida. S .-6t J. L. OVKHSTREET, of the State' of Florida and Dennrtnaent'ef the Interior, V. S. Lan4 ?
Beg 766 r ft. FJ or RW Cur, or NW,4 Clerk Board County; Commissioners.346t that your; residence Is 650 MinnesotaAvenue
t nl .I'IE' ... Hoe 21. Tp 25, n 29, runs NOTICE OF APPLICATION TAX Kansas City, Kansas, and that Office nt Onlnesvllle. Fin, ,
N 209 K ft E 1H4H ft. S 89 U ft, W DEED UNIIKM 8"CTI01'4! AND there Is' no person In this State the -... 4. 117.

: '1S6 ft, S 170 ft. W 8IH4 rt...________.Tiller. M ___..:....-. _____.?..'.'..,_ 17.08 IITAT1JT..:" OFTHE NOTICR. Of RXECUTOtt services a subpoena. upon whom. '
f Erg 41im ft W of SB Cor of NWli .. BT3 ttKIVEllAL (Far ..|..| Mscharce) would hind you and that the age of NOTICE I Is given that Oscar I
of SE 4, Ser 21. Tp !5, R 29. runs STATE OF. .KI.OHIUA. each of you Is abovo the age of 21 H. of hereby Florida
w W-RO ft, N HO ft. E SO ft, 8 170 ft___-Tiller, M .-___.:______L-._____._.. 16.7S ..............- !. Curt, Cenaty Judge OseeelaCoBBiy years.. nn Brit r.ulhman.made Homestead. whe sin- Y
Br.r! 118 ft. 8 of NF Cor of Block V : .. It Is therefore ordered. that you do 11.'IfI.
.
NOTICE I. hereby given that J. State f 1..1. try. No. HWH or NW%, Beetlon t
In this court to the bill hereinfiled
runs W97ftA77ttB15ft$4i; !. He Hetate of John )leLsugblla.Notice appear 81. Township 26 5.Range 38 R..
\V Titus of Tax CertificatesNo.
ft. P. 82 ft. N 121 ft------------------Overstreet Mabel, .-__.____________ 19.95 purchaser Sth of upon Monday, September 2, 1917. ..... has filed notice ?
624 and 1028, dated the day Tllll\ha. Mlrldl..n.
(James I....'. Plub.Illrl.lon It la further ordered that this orderof
) July A. D. 1915. has died .said certificates Is hereby given, to all whom mak. Commutation .
' Lots 2 to 4 publication I he published' once a
Inc and 6 80'
8
and 7 less
In made It that the Slat of : Proof to establish claim te the land ,
ft Block A A --------______.______--nus.a. 8 S ........_____'___..__.__ 11,26W for my tax office deed and to hAS issue In application ac- I October may ;concern, A. D. 1917,on I shall apply day te week Klsslmmee for four Valley consecutive Oazette weeks, a news-In the above described before. Clerk Clrcnlt "o

'J.et 2, Block A Patrick's______:_..Addition........____._.Gardner, Mrs Corrle........__..,__ 43 II 1 cordance-to Iwaee the law. Said lands certificates and em-being the said Honorable Court, as Judge T. M. of Murphy Prohata, Judge for of l>np.*r published In Owceola county day Court of, KIsHlmmee September "Inrlda.. on the 21st
:J4} of Lot 1, lock F.__......___.....Simpson. Mrs B BNH -.--__...._____ 26.65 situate following lying final discharge. as Executor ol the my estate !Florida. Claimant names as ......: '
l'. of lot I.. Block O,.___._____...._ _Hansell,Mildred i, _....._..-- -.;. 21.45 In Oaceola County Florida. ef John McLaughlin, deceased; Witness my hand and the seal of said W. W. Britt of L<> w/n. j
Lot S, Block O _____ ____ _ ___ ___...._ 52.95 to-wit: Circuit Court this hit day of August Flfrlda
---- _ ___ _Francis, Mrs. D O _._ Lot S4, Seatlnole.Land. &. Inv. Co.'. and' that at the same time I-Wtll-pre- *,.,--D--19tT. .. 7l ,-P f>en -e t-I'ul.an, & -
... Uell'-N'V..col'-of -
-
BlockI.run E! 62 "4 sent my final accounts a. Executor ef J. R. Collins, ol Fla.
i
f Sub-Dlvn. of E% of NK% and Lot 4, of J. L. OVERSTREET.: : Lulhman
ft. 8 105.ft. K 26H It, S 20 ft- W said .. (
estate and auk for their approval. John Hamburger, \
.... 89 ft. N 186 ft___?__...._..._, .... ...vldson. A: L _-________--.,_____ 26.25 Section Thirty-two(%e) South(82 Range). TownshipTwentysix Thirty Dated April tJrtl. A. D. 1917. FRANK Clerk Circuit Court O.ceola. County: .ROBT.Loullrhm.n.,11a
A HMITH.
Tat S. Block -_._______.____.. _.__ >ajin. C W.... ....__________ 88.25 (10) and Lot Block St. R. E. McLAUOHLTH. Hoi for 28-5t 24-5t Ihsl.te. '
E 49 ft. Lot 8. IHock O------- !----"Tlller: M ..I___1*!______________ 17.25 Cloud.East' 10, S18.; April-lmos Executor Cemplt. I
Fractional Lot 8 pfw .
except beg eorsnuS60ftE140ft.N60ft.W140 . The said lands being assessedat NOTICH OF EXECUTOR NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATORFor
NOTICB FOR PCBLICATIONDepartment
> ft. Block P- -________,----________..Maoh Bros ....__-...___._______ 11.65 certificates" the date In the of Issuance of Unknown.of such ( .Final Dlnehnrge)
h,' All Lot 4 N of A C L Ry except B 45 ,< Unless said certificates name shall be > .f the Interior, IT. 8. Land In Cart etf Connty Judge OaeeelaCennty.
I ; Via Block P '-- .- Unknown .- __-..__.______ 4.95 according to law, tax deed wlH redeemed Once nt ( nlne.vllle. ......, State ef Florida I.. Curt .f Cnnty Jnd...
< 1t.rwelsReB.bOH ef BlocksTnnd Issue thereon on the 2th d.y oC September -. Jnly 21'. I...,. .t... .Florldn

Lot 8. Block T_______U__)____.....,..Fowler, T A-..,.....--.-_:_...._ 8.110 A. D. 1817.J. L. : In re Estate({ J.nn W. Thesannesi In re Estale nf rkllls Mehr J
Let 8, l.ss W 49 ft. Block V--------Tiller, I R _____.____________.___ 6.70 Clerk of Circuit OVERSTREET.Osceela NOTICE Is hereby given that Scott Aneeeln C.... !I' 4
J W ..f of Lot I. Block V, _____..___.. of _________.._._____ 6.29 Flerlda Court< County, M. Robbins, of boughman. Florida, Notice Is hereby given to all whom )
w;, Lot 4 lIlocck X_ _-_ Dlllteer aFrance .I6-5t who. on February 16. 115, made HomeDltSCRIPTION It may that on the 18th day nf I x
{ __?____... ._....-,-_-__ S1.45 .onc.rn. Notice Is to whom "
All of Block AA,____......_.______.,...Rae.. W C :_-______________... .15.45 December. A. D. 1917, I shall Judge te' It hereby give the, al of ,1
l>t 2, Block CC___.___________.___....Harris. ;J \T .___...._______.-...,_ S6.6E Tax: and the Honorable T. M. Murpy. of may concfOrn.that A. i). on I shall day *
"V 60 ft ef Lot 2, Block DD-_ ________Nelson CI; __.....___.__________ 16.15 OF LA (Q. Owner, Costn.Kl said Court as Judge ., for my September, 1917 apply ef o
N4 of Ln 2. Block FF.._____.1-_______Derbyshire. B ...__._______..__. $1.95. ..ln>n ......4. .. flaal discharge as Executor of the estate the Honorable T. M Murphy, Judge
'lot 1 8 of A C L Ry_______?______- ..Watson. J W ..__."________.__ 4.111 Lots 58 and 67,_____-________________Jehns. Henry __-____.____.___.. 1.29 of John W. Thompson, deceased; said. Court as ; of Probate, fermy j
All .t Block 2---_ ______;______.;_.TIIler, M _______._____________115.96 Lot 94 ?.__...___.___.___........__..Gordon, Phillips p .._..?...-... ."7 and that at the same time I will present final .I.charl/e .Administrator of )
Vr 140 ft of BU>ck 811 of A f! It Ry__..Tnler, I R ......_______________ 11.00 tat 94 w____-___.__________.__.._____Hunter, "F F"_______.___._____. .87 my final aceeunts aa Executor ef the Monr, deCa..dlandthat .
R TO ft Block J S of A C L By_____.._Tlller. M, __..&.__._.__-__--_.__ 4.11Atl Lot 125 .....__________________..______Maoh Bros. .______..._____._____ 4.45 said estate, and ajik for, their approval. at the same time I present '
of Block 6 S of A C t Ry except Jehnt.tf*. Park: Datadi June llth, A. n. 1917. to said Court my final accounts asAdministrator ,

R 70 ft --------__________._______-Fogg. Franklin _____-__..._._. 17.54 Lot 4. Block 4________.______._.-._J____Johnson D 0.......___..__.______ 1.1' EDGAR HOOAM., of said estate, and aSk
.talus A ......_.'. Re-Snb.Qlv nf Bleak.M A.. ......'. 1'1..01. .f W34.f, SDHnf 6-6mos! Kxesutor. for their approval.
t ... 1. af U. A"rew".1....... ., .11:% nnd SVfc, nf SKtt .' .m% ef Dated. March 6th. 1917. I
CeIACLR7 Bk% e4 lire In, Tp 20. R 2* H A. H. DfOIT. I

2>: ts If t. 11 lno-__.___..-....-._.-___.Butler. K P _.__.-::_______ C.15 Ln 4. Tttodc ........-....___.___.-Slmlth. W .. .98 .RDER FOR Pt'BCnCAT10sT. 1-1..1 .A.mlnl.tatol. 4
:' It I.' of Block IS..______.______.___...Bullock 8 H ..-_..________101.M Let 7. Block 4 -__________-r..____.... ___utten. B A---.w------,- ..98B --- '
,... of Block 16...__._.__.............Campbell. Mrs: D ..____ __ 31.46t Uaplrtted 'I'Be'c"l' IN. CIRCUIT COURT BTATB OP 'NOTICB o AD'UNrTIATO
.' of Lot 1. Block SO____4._____..*__Barb.r. VT I _____.__ 41.41 of WW* at 1*% .-Tp ". FLORIDA '
:..sot- S less W 60 '. Block 21._-_.____._Campb.lt Mansos.._____... 1.76 R 29 __ _____...___'__....__--___--Potts. J A__..................... ITC. In ..r.r .... Judge, State ef
:. H! 100 ft nf N 140 ft..Block 14_______Summers, Dana,....___ __._,,19.11 NW i4 of I'JW-' %. Bee 16 Tp 26. R 29____Oustus, A W. _-__._-;__.______,. 84.06 Seven Judicial Ctremlt. C._. o .
- III .L LnnlcrM Addition. ) Beg at SB Cor of NH, of Let" 8;' U a' F-

-. Let IS _..-?.___...____....._.._____.McPhatter, __.__,.___. 5.18 Survey, run. W 8S4 ft. N 262 ft R ty-In .... ef DelsOrahana.. Osasaln
.., : Lot 28 ______-_____..._._.____-Barber. W johns_._____.______ 1.70 686 ft, 8 262 ft, See SS. Tp 85, K S9..Maklnson. M K.________ 1165 '- .J. P Estate
sots 25 and 11_.....__.?-.____....Tat.., Will --?..?_________ 1.81 8U, of Lot 3. TJ 8 Survey.Maklnson, lira M M..__' _-__.._._ 42.45 Wllllnaa J. Ce_... r. C e.a4.
Lots St to 14 Ino_....-:___..__......lIarr.lJ, Henry *_.,_........_.__ 10.96 Beg 420 ft W of SB Cot of 8WU of :. 1.1. ...
.;. J W Linyn Addltlen W.8.eU. T U.RU n.W. R. t>nvtn. Dn nm4 Notice 'hereby given to silt who.
Lot. 10 to 1!. Block 1______.MeLaughlln.. Will ___ 14.10 810 ft, N 219 ft. B, S18 ft, d 810 ft.___Curtis 4s ')'.& ___._ S.4S It may concern, that on ti. 20th
.\. Lot. 14 to IS. Block 8--.-.,.-____Harris. J W --..........__ Bejr480ft W and S10 ftNof SB cor of it appearing by afftda.1 appended to De..mb.r. A. IX U1_I apply to
S _.__. .j_______..LiU7. J Wart__....... ..?_ 1 t.18Lot 6IWK of NWH. See SS. 16 R$9runsN330ftW31btt8313ft3 the bil Sled In &o..tat.cause T. M Judsm. of.
Cab-Divf. i .. . saidCoqrt! 'ae of Probate I.r
A .... NW. .1 .E54. .. r Da..l.the
M,:: ofD.NE34 .f JrW%. "*. Sta. Tp .. 1\ J>, III ,,-______,.___ -_ _.una.nown4.,._.-. ... T U. 1.72E.g that n .. of the Stateof my final discharge .Adminl.tratM.
: SE Cor of BW W. 01 1TV'4. ea and Is a resident of Louis. of the eetate of Delma, Graham .-_.
Lod; 4 and I: Block 1._____:.-.;;.Tlller; M ,.... '1.70 ,Tp 86 R $8. sun's N" 680ft rt. .W.4S Florida. )", over the age of twenyone ed: aN that at the same tim I will
:t\1': ,tote 1 and 2, Block .6..*._.__.___. -C. dy. K W. ,_...._,,._.\..?.n''" 8.88 a tso ft. B j,10 I ft__... .Hurt. W_R Estate........ .. '.CI year; It I* therefore ordered .. said Court my fqa aooouateas and
of sal ,
Administratrix
O A Oewnnm** Additinmts bat said non-resident defendant .tt
r-.,.. S ito| 4 ,Inp ana TV 1 and 11. :Block as-1t 'A!. f G. W..OVER5TREET: T. i ..Collector.ByJ knd hereby required to ask for their approvaL J 1917.' pir '
V". 'A" Q__ l-r .. .uL ..-.ir.rlr-r-Tt.-*'"*" Mrs 1C 1C.t ..,........./.. 10.89 l te the onin of complaint flled In day Dated Jane 1th. _A. D. ORARAU.' J
-....... t IS XnCNbtst jVrV' jmu_.JJ+amain.an.- P .-- 0 ...8 cause before Monday, the 1st 0eJACICiID A
Lola ,0'.aIaO and Lot 18. Bioek C-.Maklnaoar.W.Biiii; : ; :: =:. 11,85 ... A.... .R.CIMERTrD.C.. of",OeUctoer, A D 191aotberwi.e. .the .. A1t .. .

< -" ,. ;:'...< .o1.4., 'wM:'pMc.' i.1..rtJ.'k"I: ; : -" 1.....4 .;F ..' ....... ..,.... ..'" " . '".,.., I. '...
: .. . . . ''r\ '," I'",:to.):, '.",1'1'1.. ..." .,lo . t,.v'" .., ''e ...,//Oil .."."1, 1 ,l.,-. ....".' $10 ., '" 1\f1"1.\ .... .0.rR .

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EIGHT: THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1917 4 .J 4 4i

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'I'I'I'I'I' " .* +ciot t i o i o i a sum realized from the library mem- Hard Hmrlmrt lead Fund NEGRO BOYS ARRESTED 14{I
;
'To' amount aeeeaeed-r. -.1"_ ___ __._. .___ 41.17..98 <
bership fees in buying new books for Amount _______.___._,_u.__ n ;
collected n __________. .18 FOR BREAKING AND ENTERING
$ \ the ''library. Tax sale ?__......__-._____-..______ ...?-,---_-.. -- BUS.ltT4 {
Notes ]Krror and Insolvencies' ..-..__-..<.______ ,--.,._...__. .76 families have been
Society A number
: It is safe to, predict that the covn- Malaiuo to bet collected.--_?__ ---_!......... ,00.0/1. annoyed -

cl; will not hesitate long before appropriating ." *+ ,recently by miscreants .enter. } ,

()Mr. E. E. Welts Editor.) the sum of $25 monthly Rnb-Mi-bool, 'District No.,. 1 ,- 41.'' '76.\18." '>. '. 41,176.' ing; their homes 'when they were absent -

for the upkeep of this institution To amount aueaaedL: -_.--___.-_ ,. -i..-.--y,.__ ',089,03 and pilfering any article which ,
Amount collected ,_ ____ _.._ ....,,_ -. ;
---- - -- - ',010,96
In
of the Valley Gazette to .tend Item which means so ,much for the better-. Tax sales| .._._-?............_,_--..._. ..u......-.__ 1\9.71\ was sight. The thieves showed little
Request U made to all patrons 1 went of the city. I''rror. and Insolvencies.L.( ...._....__.._.)0..__ ID.SO discrimination and took money,
llalance to be collected .. ...__' .....
Editor for publication in these columnib -- ,,-- ----- eooo
the and In.o instance lawn
*f Society Events V> jewelry e a
8,08908 8,018.01 mower.

. . _ _ _ . . . LADIES BUSY MAKING f Sufc-Srhaol. DlXrlrt u No. I I' Six or seven families suffered from _

; ; ; ; ; ;; .;;.; ;.; ; ; ; ; ; OHOO \ home on.a furlough. Among the other To Tax Amount amount asies collected assessed.-----: .__-__-___--....,--4. : :r., .(, 40R 5.fI.T1 3 their depredations before any clue to ';:1

a guests were Capt.' Ayres, Lieut. RED CROSS SUPPLIES Krror: and Inaolvan---------------------------------------------._?,-..,-..-----...___...,.?:.___ ]I- 1.81on their' identity was found. On Wednesday 4
: 4CAMP.FIRE'CIRLS AT LAKE. Beardall and Lieut. Farris of Com Balance to .be collected,.....__.-........_......... ,on afternoon the band became more :'

r -p jCOKWAY a panyC. stationed at Orlando; How- .*- 112.8113,61. daring and .entered the house of Hen '1

a ard Katz, former captain CompanyB The sewing machines hum ateadily, i Mnb-SrkooJ Dlntrlet No. e'"{ ry Wise, negro, who lives in North 1

.oooooooooooto'The Red Cross To amount ascsed.-V-......-------. .. 2,5.0.ts'
.OO.tH..O and W. J. Steed former lieutenant at the Headquarters, each ----c.-- Kissimmee, and carried away everything
, Amounr collected ...___,...,--------..-. .- 2,671,78
Fulechee Campflre Girls and a of Company B: day as the members of the local chap- Tax pales '. ......___... 18.\04 which took their fancy. Unfor (
Terror and Ineolvenclea.--------------........ 4.. i iI 1244
Tew friends motored to Lake Conway The dinner was an elaborate affair ter and ladies interested in relief work in la nee to be collectedT *...-.--.--...- ....,---.-.---- oo.on tunately for them they were observedand

and quite in keeping with the convert material into comfortable the matter reported to the offi n
.
four..day6'vamp. 2.840.1J
: for a three or: 1.640.1'1I.II..lIool
Monday
spirit of the evening, the favors were garments for hospitals supplies. '. ni.tHot Ho.' 4 cers. Sheriff Ingram had little trouble ... .,

Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Summers steel mirrors. A thorough organization of the To amount assessed.. ..........._.,..... ........,--.... 1,821.30'" in locating the offenders, who'proved

chaperoned the party. The other Later in .the\ evening' ExSenatorA. working force has been'effected and Tax Amount union collected.,..-.._-r1,904."........,.......--. ......,,..,..- j 14.M a* to be four negro lads, probably bet. :
members'.were: Misses Muriel Pren- E.. Donegan >and P., A. Vans Agnew :- six sets of supplies are under construction. Urror And Insolvencies--- 1.311Balnn" tween the ages of ten and fiften. .
: HarrisMary Singletary, I .. ,to. be collected--------------------..-__... 00.00
tis Lilian .
of Jacksonville,..motored out to .' They still had in their possession' ;

t: Dorothy'Wells,: Loi( Overstreet, the club to enjoy the smoker? with the I -- Mrs;-K. C. Bryan is chairman of the h. .... iIIU.1O. 1,831.30 the property taken from Wise, with
aub.Rchool ..
Dlntrlrt No"S" " .01. ..
Miss : -
and her :
'Jeanette Prevatt' guest, officers 'and its accompanying. con. buying: committee. Mrs.; Ross Graves To amount n..ne.ipd.__.-....__._,__...._....'-...,.,... .. 214. 64-07'-; ,. . :Y the exception his gun which cannot .u ;
and It. C.--
i Sarah Potter of Leesburg, versation. Is assisting herin both departmentswith Amount collected ..J.......-.,...__,:...,.-..*..._,..lit_ Sin SI be located. The boys-are now occupy
Tux snles : ._ ... _. ...... 2.M
Christie Summers. :
Summers Jr. and )<* tJ-- / ,
.t Mrs. W. J, Sears and Mrs. Gay Errnre.and Irmolvencles,.....:,,.i.w .._...;.._. ..<..*.14!i-,'' '"'i. '.' 1.40on ing the county jail., :

HART MEMORIAL IS ONECITY"S'STRONEST Livingston members of the cutting Ralancpto. be collected...-.4.............-H.r<_*..i '. 'i. ' ( .oo .
OUR ALLIES t "
KNITTING FOR

FINDS FAVOR WITH LADIES APPEALS department.The work is all done at the Red Nnh.Arkool' DIetrirtIS.' S '' :, '.IJt,66.? 211.68 WOULD' CONNECT CHICAGO --

To amount oc..d.----.. : _;.. ..__?.???.<._ 1723.
Continued from One Cross Each church
( Page ) headquarters. Amount" -collected, 17.111' '
When the' call uCame trf Kissimmee, of-town people, some shoppers, some organization has assumed the work Krrors and ineolventieea--------------------------l 4 WITH NEW YORK

_. -:;aaasltitl that1} :1aLriQ11& meri.mobilize Hnlance. to bo collected______,______.. .v_____..-..1'.- (10,00 ...
>e waiting. between trains, some resting for one day In the week, with a mem- . ,
for service and lpTrcmJ8''fW'dl''knitting ( be"Tore"j: 'a' gjiiim -
'JMy1ffj'ifrld''eyenpeople I 17,83 I 47.23
: "
@t" I-1Jt 't1r at.\'IT.da The Used In'n Year'fb: .
: o? four hundred comfort sets from rthe rural districts spread Club day. ". v, J.f1t. ;;: .Bt!> t91y ..i..............._ _"' .... U' M"--' Type t : ( Pub25th" -

for our allies and the war unfortunates their "prepared at,, home lunch" therein Each organization takes a complete (Circuit Court Seal) Qlerk: Circuit Court, Osceola County Flit. +ldoraemoat..st ? 1 AA t.-:;, ..... :

the was truly char- I Kidney ..Plll'i
response --------------- - - - -
quiet enjoyment. Automobile
par outfit frQm'the' cutters and works on
,
Of the kilney remedies the Y/
acteristic. many on
ties stopped for a little while and I that until it is. completed. In this
The ladies not only mobilized .but quite recently it has fairly overflowed 1 outfit are four hospital bed shirts .of REPORT OF SCHOOL FUNDS market today, none other is recommended r

; "went to work no energetically that the 1 tike, DoanJs: Kidney Pills.
with the enthusiastic members of the domestic; four pairs of socks which
supply of material available at this class who their : OSCEOLA COUNTY. Fifty thousand benefited people glad:
knitting are plying will likely be bought; three pajamas,
. ly testified in the of their
,
exhausted. newspapers
/ time was needles te provide comforts to be dispensed made of outing; two pairs of bed PERIOD ENDING JUNE 30TH. 1917. hundred
towns.
Forty-five
The work directed by Mrs. G. own
was the Red Cross in Relief
by socks made of outing cloth; two bath
publish
American newspaper. this
"E. Babcock and regular meetings arranged
work. In fact, so intensely have the towels and four face towels.with three
home proof of JJoan's mtrit. The
'r for each Tuesday ,
: afternoon Kissimmee ladies interested them- wash cloths to be made or purchased The following: Report of the Rce-lpts and Disbursement of the School
>.t the Hart Memorial building. Funds of OPCEOLA COUNTY for the type used in one year to tell this wonderful ,
selves in the'difTerent phases of patri- ready for use.ix/ handkerchiefs to period ending JUNE SOTH. HIT, with
LastTnesday, in spite of a steady ; the Balances and the Amount of Warrants Outstanding and a Statement of story would make A solid)
otic service that
they appealed to the be made
rain. the ladies gathered there to hand or purchased. In addition to the Aasets'and Liabilities. and the Value of the School Property of the aald column of metal twico as sigh as the

city fathers at the August meeting to these are convalescing gown which OSCEOLA COUNTY aa reported on tho 30th day of June. U17. by the County world's highest mountnH I Placed end
:3n the completed work and to talk the maintenance of the Board of Public Instruction and the
assume pub- is much In the nature 'of a bath robe Superintendent' of Publlo Instruction
,' 'over"? plans for the week or such time lic rest room and relieve them:of the and is made of cotton blankets. With hereby published under the provisions of Chapter 81S' Law of Florida. Act to end the lines of typo would! ,reach
of 1911. from New York to Chicago.. These
the material should arrive.
ms burden at this time. The .council, in this is nightingale shoulder
a or wrap, ERNEST AMOS Comptroller.
miles of words told
i Lena Lord good by 0,000tongues
At this meeting Miss :
view of the fact that the building wasa of daisy cloth fashioned like a Jady'scombing GENERAL
SCHOOL FUND sound glad tidings to any
hostess at the Memorial building, was
public institution and operated for: towel, though of larger size,
,tt unanimously elected directoress of tho the benefit of the Treasure Balance December Slat 1116 __________--.__.......'.... 8,493,60 Kissimmee sufferer who wants relief .
I Icnitting class as Mrs. Babcock will city, very wisely measuring two yards in length. A Outstanding Warrant, December list: 1916 -.___.__.........:...... 990.90 from kidney and bladder ills Her's I
voted an immediate appropriation for paid of leather .
leave shortly for a month's visit in the month and slippers' completes\ the Net Balance. ',. December Slat, 1917-____................. ............. 7.501.110 Kissimmee case. Don/t/ experiment. .i
ensuing
appointed a set
state. .. the remedy endorsed by people 4
New York
committee to investigate the matter When completed the supplies are RECEthtC31r. the. 8U Month: I- '
FKOMI '. know., "S'i
Those who have volunteered for t.
looking toward f continued support. sent to Red Cross headquarters in Tax Collector _______________?____................ $!A.1I83,86 .
knitting service are: Mrs. T. M. Comptroller ?--__________--_______.. a.884.47 C. W. Campbell, Bryan and Dilling- *
k Murphy The ladies propose to use the small! regulation sets.STATEMENT. County Judge ___n_____.._.,...-.___.y-R---may-T.. 58.00 ham streets says "I suffered from a i
Mrs. J. M. Cochrane Mrs.
..
CountYSuperlntendent-----------e---: ...... :.. SS,85
Belle Modie, Mrs. A. A. Wempl, Mm.. -- Interest .-__._-___?_____-,-_______._____..?Z___-___- 45.jg 82.594.8' lame back and my kidneys. didn't act

; Carver, Miss Jean Caldwell, Mrs. : Making Balance ......_.-_.-......-....___-..?.....__ 40.097.48 as they should. I used Doan' Kidney '

1 y Stockdale, Mrs. N. B. Carson,. Mrs !!::_:--- URSF.MJIINT8 for the Six Months: .' Pills as.directed" and' they gave me w

S H. Bullock -Sr, Mrs. Collier Mrs. .FOIl: EXPENDED FOR SCHOOLS: splendid relief r
Section Si
< Made under Chapter
689f, Law of Florida,
showing the Salaries of Teacheri .._ A._ . '
Mi- -- _. 14.897 60 rd PrWBOc t. all, dealer. Don"tsimply ,
r E; H;. Fennell, Mrs Emily Barrett, amount of Taxes charged to the Tax Collector of Osceola County, Florida, to Purchase of School Jbe4 p ..sw..*.*..*...*..,.. 660.OO .aM
:MrS. Kenton Misses Eleanor and Lola tie collected, for'the current year 1$16, and the amount collected for the several Repairs to Duildlndrs.-..*.--?.....-- _.__....._..__v_. 660 ask for a kidney remedy-getDoanV ; '
( have I Furniture ?._._...-..............,.--... .. 14734 .' ,
Xentont Mrs. Moseley, Miss Lassie fund for which taxes been levied and the amount allowed on errors I Insurance _???::...,?-,._-_..._,,.._-....-------. 40.OO Kidney Pills-the same that
$ and Insolvencies and tax sales nent .... .._. .. '
.-r.....*.,.,--.- 14033 Mr. .Campbell had. FosterMilburnCo.
Lathrope, Misses Elizabeth and Katti- Janitors ......-.................... ,_ 33600 .
s tine Miss Elizabeth TOTAL, OP ALL t>R. CR.' I FuelIncidentals...-..__._?_.,.?.......,.._.-.....-..._ 37.40 :; ., Mfgrs.: Buffalo, N.,Y,
Moseley, Moseley, To amount assessed rrrr-.. ...-.....-;. i183b83,6S for School.._.?..._,.__................ 814.47'
:Mrs. J. McPhatter .', Mrs. Sarah ,CnTioon 'n Amount! col cted UMlMW ; .Election I u -....... I.U8
WHI U HiH llI''',5fto.18Frror ""',.. rr,, -* 4 BM iM4oii it A :. ---
bwrgoF.XPF.NSF.SOF'ADMiNfSTRATibN
Taxt antes
',:Mrs: G.H.W; k Beat, ''Mr ,BurroWs'MrsAMiltonl ; | anA |Insolventes! H HH Bg'g40 2,907.1.19I e : ;

:: Pledger: SJffj Ilaianc to be Collected l4alaryeot .perlnt..ndent) 876.00 .
lMrBlWj 00.00 Travelln,,"1<::xp.n.e. 0 Sttp..n
'Carr:, Mrs. BlAultman? !Gjfll'Kewhouse F133.553.53 8133,558.5 _ltendentl EtfD
]'..r'IJlem and Mileage. 0 Members
'and Mrs., Clay Johnson. O..ral Fund lof. Board fCommissions.. 218.90 i iYs ie
To aeseeeed---___ __ _.:____________ .
amount _,"':__ l 17,617.28 of Tr. aaur" rJ_Zl :.. rc 90.98
Mrs. M. A. Clark, Mrs. J. II. Ran- Amount collected ________________u__ nu..______ 16,11112.88 Incidentals for Board.and Superintendent ? .. .
som Mrs. A.: M. Moseley Miss Eleanor Tax anlesKrrors _______--_____________--_-__ _______.____ aH3.1I1 .__ 567.24
; and Insolvencies_______________ _________._u__ 310.51 Printing Flnatvclal- --l----Statement----- -::::: ===::::::::::::: 20.ou

Moseley, Mrs. J. W. Prentis, Miss Balance to be collected_______________ --___._______ 00.00 PrintingExpenses_ ____ .________________--__--_____-__--___ 10001
; Lilian Prentis Mrs. Miller Mrs. II. N. of Kxamlnatlons_______1 __.________ ____ 21.00
{ 17.04728 I7.64J.SX; Institution or Summer School.___ __n____________ 2,50
p Bratton: Mrs. John Beaman, Mrn. A. Fine end KnrfeKnre .'....1 Cnnnlnir Club _______00___ __.___ -_ ._____________-- 407.45

M. Story, Mrs. Steffie, Mrs. D. C. To,jtmount, nsseneed--------------------------------- ..41 1.8! .Allowance.All other 1'nrposes---F. K A, Arcadia______,__ _________._.._. 8K777;204.00
____
_______ -
Amount collected .------h _______ __ __ _______ __ ___ -
} Wheeler Mrs. Henry Harper Miss ,23R.20 Loan u ._. ___..:_, ___._n.._______ 10.000.110
Tax Hales _.___________ 115.98 Total )islnrremenls l, . -._A______________u_____-_.____ 30.435.31
'.Edna Baker Mrs. N. C. Bryan Mrs. Krrors and losolvenclee.------i----, ____.____.___ 77.1111
Balance to .. .. ______._..__ if's.M
--- --- ---- > (in 00 :--.t Bnlano, June 30th. 1917--------------------------- 9,682.18Yarrunts .
ay Livingston, Miss Anne Bryan Carson \ Out.tandlnllJIlRe\ 30th, 1917 __u___.TiJepoHltory ___-___ 62.40
and Mr J. J. May. --------f 4.411.82 4..I 1.82 .
; General .!IIc''onl Fund Balance June SOth 1917_____ -.___.___.... 11,714,66 ',
I To amount R".d.n___ ____.________ 41.633,98 : free
: "':+H+ Amount collected _____.__"______-___ ________-_.__ 40.013 A8NOG .' .
Tax sale i.Krrors : ; .
< and-innolvenc'leem.................:......?: 714.55 76 ASSETS ANb. XIABII.ITIRS < .
DINNER FOR MILITARY OFFICERS ->
"
-
Valance to be collected-------------------------- AVAILABLE ASSETS -.
? "
7-----------. ; 00 00 PAINT
t General School Fund '. 1 .

d 41.633.98 41.833.f.8!! Balance. Cash In Treasury-.-- ............ ,3 11,714.55
4 n..J and nrldice Fuail Uncollected Taxes. Including current .' THe Kind that Laat."
"OOOO O "' ''''HO'''' To amount naaeseed-------------------: : _._ _.._ veer --------_--__- ': ..lt '8.384.49
Amount collected ._n_._____..____________nn________:_' 17647.28 / 16.1152.88 Amount due from Hale of old bulfdln"f..I.wCr.' .-..ir..: ',..j 60.00,
4 f Tax sale '. Special Tax District ' Contain hlfheet Percentage
A stag dinner' was given at the Krrors and-Insolvencies.Balance ; ------.::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 810 883.91.61 Balance Cash In Treasury--- -__.---------....?...----, 9,77062 Of ZINC

Country Club Friday evening by to be collected-___________._-____n____..__ 00.00IIp"I.1 Uncollected 'fazesIncluding' ''uren. J .
year- .._.... '
: - 27112Total _
} Lieut...Lee Jarrell and Lieut. Cal Mc- It I I. the unadulterated combination

Caughen of Company B. FublleHr Vnad Available A.sets-------------------------------: 23,190.78 of the finest Pure White
To amount keeessed----
'The event was in 'honor "of Capt. Amount collected .-----______________ ____u_______ 2,1I41U 2.85,411 LIABILITIES '- IO.ral Lead ZINC-OXIDE and enuioa .
Tax sale ....-_._-______--___________ _____. ____ 83.97 School FundWarrnnts Linseed OiL ,
,,' 'Eugene Bryan, Lieut. W T. Makin. .Error and InsolvenciesBalance -_____.________ ______"n_____ 111.78 (>ut..tancllnir for current _. .. .
:11Ion and Lieut. Farmer who were to be collected-______________-:-_____.... ____ 00.00 Warrants Outstanding!\ other evidence expense' *;of- -Indebtedness except- 5 52 40 MASTIC PAINT present a uniform -

bond given for property or money borrowed, the payment of beautiful eruimeUlik fia.ih .
which Is deferred_-_-_....______...__ ..._-_-. 1,320.00 that will resist the weatEer '
Other Liabilities of every kind,not otherwise enumerated and for condition in any climate. '
which no warrant or other evidence of Indebtedness ha. been -::..

T-------- -----._-- ,:.. Issued (Gen. Items) ------------------------..- -----?-----_ 84827 It last ....-l..k. better-U*.....
s _Speelal_Tax DlstrlctMnney urn saKae Ikaa aay ether Falak
"
due on contract.'lomplet..d-or-une..mplet.d! -_ __ 17HiB
Other Liabilities of every kind not otherwise enumerated and for Ask for niw4r.t.4 Bookr He-H* **4 $ -0'
K which no warrant or other evidence of Indebtedness have been Hew I*fatal'1'.....': 1&'*fTM. .-:
Issued ...-.-.-.- 67.7S

'h<', ;0:!':" : I II' Total Liabilities ..._____:__.___ _..____.?-._____... _______________ a.458.88 Osceola Hardware Co. /;


An Asset of Value School VALUE General Houses OF and SCHOOL Lot.------------------------------------------PROPERTY,_ 698500 Kissimmee, Fla ;


School Furniture __...__........-..___.. -u'.__..._._ .....__...___.-. -6,42600
School Apparatus. _.___...._.___.-i-___ .-".?__'.---.-... ___.i-un_ 2.63500
Other School Property 1170.00 eR
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Special Tax Districts +
School Furniture i

A connection with .this Institution return* profits to you in more School Apparatus. _--------------a-------------------------------.._..__........___......__. ___.unu__ 1440.09 Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days .
Other School Property ______________________.____-__ ___n___--.__ 64307 Voor' ""'ni.. will retaad Money. If PAZO .. ..
OINTMENT tails to _F. **r ess* o' I chla..
Ways than one. Total . ._._ __________ Piles In
o -- ------ ------------------------ 72.068.18 alisd.leedlaf or Pro lredisg 61o14dara.
I ? : TYe ant sppllcsUoa: glv.s Xa**end Kesc W*.

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1 It means that your financial matters ,are transacted at a Bank in OF -- ---
-. REPORT SPECIAL TAX .SCHOOL DISTRICT FUNDS ::4

1 which the entire community hai. ab lute.con&dence. Ju'NE 30TH
1917. '
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S t .- In turn-it increate: peoples': : confidence: in your ,integrity and'' .. . ... a ;

= . ,. IIP . .-. c .r. .. .ti... .1

f 6 3 dependability.\ . ::.. :. >ir: .:.C: t, 'I, io-U_ ..-.to... '- '''I/, : .'t.t";f/ -'go:5.; .;a... z: .., .. .=,1 K

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