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: September 7, 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: VID00819
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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FOR AVIATION SCHOOL AND :t E Home-Seekers. RECEIVE BIDS FOR PAVING



At the meeting of the County Commissioner last Monday, the \ '

g KISSIMMEE WILL MAKE BIDfcr board -agreed to subscribe for four hundred copies each of the Val DIXIE' HIGHWAY TO LOUGHMAN

ley Gazette and St Cloud Tribune for three month to be sent to prospective .

.. . homemakers i in Northern and Western State I -

t.' i BOARD OF TRADE COMMITTEE IN. This plan of advertising the resources of Osceola County wa begun ... flASWEET LEGAL FORMALITIES 0 NEARING i iCOMPLETION'

about eight year ago, and h"a; proven the most effective mean of
VESTIGATINq SITES AND WILL COUNCIL AGREES 'TO AND ACTUAL1'
POTATO GROW-
attracting: attention to this section: that has ever been tried. : J

f" MAKE, PROPOSAL, PLANS AND If' parties receiving: request for information about Osceola; ; County WORK OF CONSTRUCTING, WILL

"' SPEC ICATIONS' ,OF GROUNDS SUPP.ORTREST ROOM will kindly furnish name to this office, we Willie. glad 'to. place ERS CALLED. TO MEET ; BEGIN, SOON-MAY BE CON.

'. them on the CO mia ODer'* list for a few weeks. ...:.. .
j.y v'; DESIRED. BY GOVERNMENT. I STRUCTED BY COUNTY GANG. ':
One constructive measure passed ..0 too. 0 0 00 00 0 00 H 0 H 0 4 0 00 00 U 00 0 0 00 00 000 0'00 0 0 00 . 'A,meeting' has been called by Coun- i
: by the city council at their September ty Agent B. E. Evans, at his' office (in -

f : The Kiisimmee Board of Trade ilt meeting, which will undoubtedly meet the Citrus Exchange Building, Saturday i At the meeting of the Board of'

In receipt of a' communication from approval of the public in general, Bob Bullock Now In England 'afternoon September 8th, at 3'' County Commissioners on Monday thedommlsaion ,

. J, G. Kirkland, division passenger their voting municipal support,to o'clock, when the sweet potato grower n' Districts were renumbered -
agent, stating that the government is lthe Hart Memorial, which is used as a ,of this vicinity are urged to bepresent ,
Writes Letter as follows ,No. 1, E. L. D.
,, .looking for aviation school sites. room and public library. home folks and make some arrangements
Overstreet j No. 2, Ernest Mach No.< .
lie says! "Please take up the mat. Haley, chairman of the for the storing of the bumper crop of ;
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; tel' al"oll2'm"'WfiAK:?ji! swrtsvs7: i*, l llttei";!l aptMSintlKlt ,tff!invwrtigat:; ;:::- II i this tuber which' will be harvested in ; (
E' board of trade at your station) and 'I the matter, reported that he, with I, r. =ijnio: races Pt' o r tlae r ncW1'ilr1 hir''from''hI a-"BoTr; ? '13seeoli riounlr: thlii fsllr .,,( No. &, B. H. Guy. ,
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--T 6e'f! ;nrr: a'1tfnfiIi( (: Y 'd .
who recently crossed ovef"'to England with the American ; ,
submit Expeditionary In direct
:: endeavor to have them a Committeemen Thomas and Bass, had ,.. response to the nation'scall
I proposition to the government. Wei' I visited the rest room land found it to Force, in which he writes interestingly of war. conditions" and other matters for increased food production the missioner, was approved August 17th.,
In the matter' of*the road from
"will be very glad to file the proposi be a great convenience to strangers In : farmers here increased their acreageof
tion. The matter should be handled the city and that many of the home On Active Service with the American]fand I can tell now whether a'man gives this product almost fourfold above' Lokosee to Appoxee, B. II. Guy stated e
without delay aa inspectors are now people had availed themselves of its Expeditionary Force, August 15, I.mo the right change or not. that planted in normal times and it is j that as the 'road at'one part went 700

i'' looking over sites already offered." hospitality during the past month. In 1917.; There is no use telling you of the estimated that 1,200 acres may be feet ojit of the way and encroached hon

y Promptly on receipt bf this letter fact, 160 people had enjoyed its privileges Dear Dad: things that I notice are so different found in this county alone. Never in the townsite 'he .wished to secure u

... two cars of prominent members of in the month of August. :More!\ I am just back in camp from a trip here as you are perfectly familiar the history of the county has such a a copy of the Resolution granting the
road. The clerk
I.t.< the Board of Trade visited several locations than double this' number, he thought, up to London. We went over this with them, but maybe they would be record been made and when the 120- new was instructed .
to furnish of the proceedings
in the immediate vicinity "of.-woul-Jvisit there as soon as the season morning to march in the city before ,interesting to the rest of the.family. 000 bushels, which is the lowest estimate j a copy
'E the city and found several tracts advanced. The ladies whose untiring the king. The people turned out in The first thing that got me was that. 'of the yield, is mature it maybe of the board in regard' to the matter

W i which would make ideal locations for efforts have secured funds to train to a small town about eightas instead of going to the right when a serious problem to market! the j Ping and for also) the a copy road. of the petition pray.
.1' such an institution. Nothing definite provide' hostess for the building passing anything they all pass to the crop profitably. The market is likely
; we were as far as I know, the first
: J. 1 1. Willson before
l r y has been done as yet'but no time will stated that it was impossible to continue American forces to march through left. There seems to be almost as to be flooded with the product of !I > appeared the
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'F.' "be lost in shaping this matter up and the work and carry on the Red London. When, we left London, after many Fords here as ever, the only Northern states for several months to I'I board and; presented a bill for dam.
done to his timber In
Secretary Thomas expects to have the dross activities, which the times re- about four hours' marching, we took a difference is that they are all right come and if they could be disposed of ages, cypress
. : details in readiness at' an early date quire, and unless the city could supply Country. It is the most beautiful hand drive: Another thing peculiar at all the price could scarcely exceed the vicinity of the new road crossing

'. 'y :when Klssimmee can present as desirable the necessary support the doors miles from our camp and then marched i lIthe sun doesn't seem, particular 75c, but shout, the farmer be able to. he the lake had to counted St. Cloud.301 lIe' stated that and
- a location as any in the state. must be closed during the day. over when it gets up and is equally indif store them until the holidays, the ; stumps
'. Specifications for A..latlon'SltN I The opinion expressed by the councilmen across country. ferent as to how long it stays up, but chances are favorable for a $1.25' per : measured: them, and said that about
J. In this site the following I sure don't blame you and motherfor it bushel I one third of the timber was now lying'in
selecting was unanimous in the belief never forgets to get up in time In price.
'.< peciflcations! furnished by the government : that the jcity could scarcely afford to the "way you' brag on the" "Old the morning. Of course you all know Other Florida towns are facing the the swamp unused. This, timber
1 must be closely 'adhered to: close'up an :institution which had Country. It is tht most beautiful that there are a lot of women taking situation: and arranging for'cooperative was used for piling and posts on the

lf14t! Size of field in acres; nothing less proved so great a benefit to its peoplefor and fertile place I have ever seen. I men's places in different branches, of storing houses, and why not Os road where it crosses the lake.E. t

e"-,. than 640 acres to be considered; the the small sum of $25 per month was talking to some English soldiers work. All the street car conductorsare ceola county T so says Mr. Evans. L. D. .Overstreet said that this
narrowest dimension of the field which the ladies said would suffice, yesterday and they Said that everything women and lots of taxi drivers, The plan suggested is something timber had been used on the road:

ki' should not be less than 5280 feet. and after going into the matter very ,is unusually green and fresh etc. They sell papers, work In'' the like this. Should twenty growers who within the city limits and that the
Maps showing fields drawn to scale thoroughly, they voted continue pay now, and has been fo since the war fields and do all kinds of things you are reasonably sure of a 600-busKel' bill ahould be '''presented to the ctty.

nnd.showing.flye'feet countours. ing' this amount until some" further' broke oui.'They are all tlsfiec1--that never see them doing at home. They crop -agree to pay as high as 'lOe per. L.' R. Farmer, road superintendent,

Map showing all obstacles of any action should be taken. Chairman the heavy gunfire is causing a great sure'are a healthy looking lot, though, bushel for storing their crops, a storage stated that he thought that E. L. ,'

kind, such as trees; bushes, brush, Lawson appointed? Councilmen Haley, excess of rainfall. It rains .almost and I never saw a tidier lot of peoplein house could be procured and fitted Lesley owned the land and, that he had!
a ditches ravines fences houses, etc. every day, but never very much. all : with spoken to Mr. Lesley' about it who r.
Thomas and Bass as a permanent my Jlfe Every road, in town the proper.. equipment. In ,
Map showing' nature of the surrounding committee with instructions that a de- Since we arrived here there'has or country, is kept free from weeds case'''a large number of the growers ; gave him permission to.cut the tlrn-,

terrain for a distance,of ten tailed report of the rest room and library been a great change in the way we and swept. I suppose the kids will fall in with,the plan, the cost to them' ber. However, he laid'that some of "

miles on either side.Meteorological .. activities be reported; by them at are fed. In Atlanta, we were served hiss at all this and put me down as a would be greatly reduced, as it would the posts had, been used on the poor-
I data extending as each regular meeting. all the food we wanted, especially deserter to the cause but it is all true be divided pro rata. farm. B. II. Guy said that these posts

War,,back'.aa,;the ,;i, existences )yof;, t. Ire 1 Councilmen Haley also recommend bread' and naturally In that way a lotof and even more, I have not seen any County Agent Evans has been looking should be paid for by the county Mr.
. weather bureau in their location ;. of ed that certain work on the lawn surrounding it was wasted.1'Here it l ievery'dif.: one1;I''know"yet'over, here.: :-<\'I dropped :over the grounds' and
. : the country, map showing\ and information the building, which has been ferent. Each man being allowed "' a Jenkins a line thejother day but have there will be no difficulty li securing fenced and posted in accordance'with I
t concerning' much smaller portion of bread'J'and not heard from him a suitable J the law and that he considered thatas
promised by the city authorities, be J i yet. He is, as far building, for storage fur-
y The.different owners of the land i ir in done other foods corresponding, but enoughto 'aa lean find out, some distance fromme. poses. This must of course, be fitted Mr. Farmer'was employed by the
question and the acreage of the tract keep going on all right. In this way Gran.'a"address, I am sorry to v county,. the county should pay for all'
: owned by each. < 1 you never see the least scrap of bread say, I do not know yet, so I cannot (Continued From Page Eight) the damage and adjust the matter
I "+ Cost per acre to lease the land fora COUNCIL ASKED TOy wasted, while at. Atlanta there was always write to her. with the city, This was also the

k period not less than three years. a large quantity .thrown' into the Well, as it is getting late and I I MANY CASES DISPOSED 1!)''! opinion of the county attorney. 'A.

t. Whether or not an option can be ob. REPEAL garbage cans. have to. be on the move early in the F. Bass then made a nation, which

tained to purchase the land at an ORDINANCE AS We are quartered in the regular morning, I will I have. to stop for the was seconded and passed,. that the
.( time during the period of issue. army "squad" tents (round) with present. Let me know if these two OF IN COUNTY COURT matter lay over until the county could

Cost per acre of the land, for the TO MUZZLING DOGS board floors, in which we make out I letters are censored very much sowill I take up the matter with the city. ;

government, in case it should decide I very well. These tents are beginning I know what to cut out. DURING PAST WEEK i J.. A. Mortland of Tallahassee,
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to purchase at any .time. within the I to get rather old and leak) ;in places With much love to all. representing the State Road Department t

,period of the lease. While no weighty problems con when it rains, but we havo our "pup" Your affeci son, presented the estimates of material
Whether there is cloud on title tents, which and cost for the
any covers up everything so proposed road
fronted the ; BOB. The
city council at the September County Court, which was con-
furnish'abstract of title. we keep dry enough. to Loujrhraan.! These specifications
meeting held Monday night at the vened by the Hon. T. M. Murphy, on
Cost of improvements to Last CENTRAL are explicit and drawn
necessary Sunday about midnight we hit DRUG STORE SUC Monday\ took very carefully
dear field and make it perfectly level.' city hall, the business routine showed! this) camp, so have had time to get CEEDS PALACE DRUG STORE to a leeonvene, today a recess at 9 Thursday o'clock. noon. and will have to be "approved by the
''" Nearest railroad facilities and name constructive work along a number of i everything washed up in rood shane I federal government in order that the

of railway. lines and Idlcated the city's affairs' and are ready for the road-again. Tomorrow I J. Emmett Brown arrived'this week Tho tried following criminal cases are being county may use the $20, 000 from the

Nearest street car facilities. tobo in fino condition. A number of morning at 9 a. m. we are to 'from Deland to take over the management tederIII'road fund, which was accepted
M Nearest electric power fa ilities. citizens were present and took an be on the move,' but there is no telling I .of the Palace Drug Store, State .,vs.Roland.- ar the'' meeting the board in Aug

Nature of water 'supply, showing active, part iq the subjects under ,I where to.Everything. which, -wasi recently purchased by W Tompkins, illegal sale of ust. This will insure to the county
.source and quantity discussion. One petition with a godly' is so different here.. It J. Steed. liquor; nolle pressed by consent o't an absolutely perfect road, and the
Nearest telephone and telegraph is just I 9 rnrn. counsel. work will be done under the
number or'aign rs was presented to p. now. I am in my tent, Mr. Brown, who was accompanied supervision
facilities. j Councilmen. . it facing east, and have only just here by his wife and little Son, is formerly William M. Montsdoca, assault and of a state engineer, whose services ;;

Nature: of soil. This! petition asked the council to .lighted my candle to see how to write from Cuthbert Sa, and is thor- battery; nolle prossed. Prosecuting will be free.
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Machine. shop facilities in thatTToality. repeal the ordinance requiring dogsto Jt'-must'-bllve-light-nearly ougrh./-conversant-witlrthe drug- bust wih ess out of state a-"b prospect There was considerable objection to


Name and population of nearest June, July, .Augusf and SeptemberWhen We have not had any mail since in all branches of the business. o John Boatwright and Will Boat E. L. D. Overstreet, because the cost

town yr, city.Nearest . running at large. The petition leaving Atlanta, so I cannot answer' lie i Is now going over the stock and l wright, larceny ef hog; no verdict, of the material and the work as laid
sewer system, if any. stated that rabies among canines end letters' and because' of the censor giving the store a thorough overhaulTh jury failed to agree. down in the specification was over

Drainage system in use, if any. wall as common in other months of the there is not'Jl1uch I can write. I have name of the store has 'been James Baker, larceny; not guilty. .$120,000. He wished to reject the !'" "
Whether or not a right of way for year as tn the months mentioned and seen a lot of different troops scattered ing and cleaning up.. Van Ricketts, $20,000 and build the road with the
petit larceny *
railroad spur to field will bo neces- stated that the ,custom :of muzzling: about the country and of them all changed from the Palace Drug Store guilty. ; no convicts. This, he slated: could be.
sary. If right of way is necessary an dogs for certain periods was no safeguard I like( the Australians better than anyI *o the Central Drug Store; and will done at a less cost to the county. '
D. C. McLean
, option to lease for threo years shouldbt to the people. In addition to have talked to| They seem to 1 be be incorporated as soon as the necessary case continued illegal sale of liquor However, Mr:; Mortland and G. '';R.

obtained with option to buy ot any ; this fact the petition stated that the nearer the same as people from the legal l formalities can be com- Jim by consent of counsel. 1 Ramsey, .road engineer from Orange
time during period of lease. State cost ordinance had not been enforced; generally northern states than the English in Coley; illegal sale of liquor; county, who was! .also present pointed

tbf lease end purchase price for all i. and that only a few of the law their speech. They are all fine healthy LITTLE VIRGINIA BARBER of case state continued for term, witness out out to him that the county must! advertise .

land to Insure right of wry. abiding dog owners had complied with' looking men and those I have seen are MET PAINFUL ACCIDENT ., for bids< for two weeks and It
Above information is necessary before conditions. all in engineers' branch, the same as Walter Beebe, assault. and battery; the bids were too high the county

+ any proposed aviation site can be The reading of the petition broughtan us InMelbourne they refused to accept Little!' Virginia Barber, the pretty not guilty. could' reject them and gj ahead and
taken up for investigation.The . earnest protest from Mayor. S. guns as part of their equipment, four-year-old daughter of Mr. and Sam "Turk, assault 'and battery; ''b'uild'the< road with hi ('\lnvt! any

Q'overnment'doel not contemplate Cadel, who declared that the) marshal as they were not a fighting unit. j' Mrs. W. I. Barber, was very painfully) nolle prossed. how. Mr. Mortbind::l said that, the

t the establishment of small avi- had enforced the law in this respect "We" have .drawn 'no pay yet since I I burned this week at their country P. S. Murphy, illegal fishing; case estimates of cost' as laM! 'down i I. the' ,

1I-.tlon' schools.' All schools established and tad dispatched some thirty have been in ,the outfit, and I guess home on Lake Tobopekaliga. Virginia | continued for term by consent' of specifications' were conservative and x

.; f to be_under complete government con- worthless curs in.the performance of we won't until we hit France from the t was running' about the :yard and step counsel. that he was sure that moss of Che

'r Ctrl 1 and administration." this duty. Re further said, if any one look"of things now.' Nevertheless, I ped into,a heap ef'll..e. coals where Will Helen, illegal fishing not items could be done at a smaller
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Other Florida'cities ,which have knew of a violation of this ordinance have managed to hang on to what I trash had been burned. The sandals gulty. ., I'Uwhlcla' would bring, the total.
,, .been requested to submit propositions had and not broke In she cost within the limits'set by the'Com.,
am
ordinance
or any.other it was his duty near yet. a. was wearing were worse than no H. P.'
area Fort Myers, Bartow, Sanford, few Tindall, illegal fishing; .defendant misiioner, He also said that th
as a citizen to, uphold,authority and more days' I will have two protection., Jot they filled with.ashes; ,, plead
: guilty. "
Tuota Gorda,' Arcadia, Tarpon notify the mayor or marshal ef the months' pay due me and so am all which burned deep before they could Sentence suspend'ed state would ,,pay halt of. the upkeep. +
on account of defendant
Springs, and." St. Cloud. violation, The discussion*became genral right., Prices are very high here now .be shsked otto Both of the baby's feet in CompanyM, Second enlisting1 of the road. 1
- and the men rather hard burned Infantry, Jf. There was lao some discussion at
are haviflg a were so severely that it may "
Lewis Johns of.Whittier,'wtfs a Rie- <. _w. time gettingsmoking', eta I am get' be two or three months before.ther N.: G..._ V ... ') .. te .(("he breadth of the proposed, road'

$ ,, immee visitor,Monday." 3"' *" (Conaiaucd j>n Pag Four) *ssg.on fine .with the English'',money, will be'well again. ': F. (Continued on Page 4) The specifications. provide for"nine
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TWO THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY, GAZETTE FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7.1917 .

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'I Pennsylvania avenues, and will be Monday, September 3rd, with Miss'

open for business the last of the week.A !Tyson as teacher. I I II CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER !

Cloud Department letter has been received from I After one month's vacation, the

St. Mrs. Gertie. Bower and she is now Union Sunday ..-phool was reopened '

visiting in Glasford 111. J I I Sunday. The hour of meeting hall MAKES YOU SICK 'AND SALIVATE

Mr. D. L. Riggan and daughter, been changed from 10:30 a. m. to 3
CITY" FROM OUR OWN .
OF THE "WONDER
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: NEWS Kathleen, left on Tuesday morning for p.m. PHI

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Wayneville, N. C., Winston-Salem, L.: L. Britt, his son, Floyd, and Your Liver Tone tonight. Your druggist or dealer :

I and Mr. Riggan will visit his daughter daughter, Helmer, accompanied by "Detail's liter Tom" Starts sells you a 60 cent bottle. of Dod on'. u/

_ I in Virginia before returning in C. W. Campbell, enjoyed a motor tripto Better Tbu Calomel and You Don't Liver Tone under that my each. personal spoonful-moneya will :1
back
.r Mr. and Mrs. W. Tunnicliffe came and Mrs. Weatherstone. Fifty were guarantee
the next three or four weeks. Miss Kissimmee Sunday clean your sluggish liver better than a j.
In on Thursday last from J.VYork; < in attendance. made Lost a Day's Work, calomel. and that It i
v. Katrleen will perhaps "stay all win O., C. Rummel of Kissimmee { dose of nasty won'tmake
City and will sooi oi'Mpy' t'rtlr new. President Francher called the meet sick.Dodaon's .;
i ter. --" a business trip to Deer Park on Sat you "
'" bungalow on Indiana avenue. ing te .order Liven up your sluggish liver! Feel Liver Tone is real liver ,
Mr. and Mrs., S. W. Porter and Mr. urday.
Moiher has sold out bin stocks Prayer was offered by Rev. Stewart. Bno and cheerful j make your work a medicine. You'll know It next morning -r
Floyd motored Sunday W. .A. Mack and, sons moved from and full of ambi-
and Mrs. C. B. Ryan on pleasure; be vigorous because will wake" feeling fine, ;.
t the you up
J. L. Hargrave. After the business meeting program
'of groceries to thre4 But take *o nasty, dangerouscalomel
on the new road between ,Mel- Bunnell recently. He brought tion. jour liver will be working! headache '";
Mrs. A. G. Durham left on wall taken Sip by Mrs. Francher. it makes sick and
Mr, and you stomach will
teeau.e be
bourne and St. Cloud to the new teams of very fine mules also'a con : and dizziness !gone; t
Wednesdayfor Greenville, .Mich.: Music by the St. Cloud Drum Corps. | you may lose a day's work.; sweet and bowels regular (
the St. Johns river where stderable number of farming Implements -
bridge over Calomel Is 'mercury or quicksilver
.where. Mr. Durham'will. be manager; Song, Star Spangled Banner. the first auto passed over on Sunday. while the sons drove their immense which Causes. necrosis of the bones. Dodson's Liver Tone <... entirely vegetable (
in a store. Welcome address by the host, Com Calomel crashes into sour bile like therefore harmless and can not'salivate.
also visited other points. of Interest motor truck. They are now dildren.k
They Give it to
e 1 and Mrs. Maurice Goodrich. and rade Weatherstone. dynamite, breaking it up. That's when your
Mr. ; 'e
busily engaged preparing for their and Millions of people) are acing Dodson'sLiver / ,
( cramping.
feel that awful nausea
for Carbon- Comrade J.: G. lu=ll.Recitation you .
baby left on Wednesday Reading, The Army and Navy Union and fall crops. Listen to mel! If you want to enjoy Tone instead of dangerous catome! ... .
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: by Mrs. S. E. Houston. bowel now Your druggist will tell you tha J 'Jl
dale Ohio. liver and
the nicest, gentlest )
Mrs. Stella Jones Mrs. W. A. Mack
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will hold thlr'meetings ,
Auxiliary
the sale) of Calomel is. almost stopped "x:
A contract has been let for more Reading Mrs. Evory. cleansing, you ever experienced: just take j
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fir now I E. G. Whitaker C. A. Whitakerand .
in the Moose Hall on Massachusetts Mrs. spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver entirely here.Alachua .
be Refreshments of-ice and cake I a
,electric light poles to put up so as cream avenue. ' Mr, Ben Newcomb came by autofrom' r
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.to have' them ready as soon .as the were served and the afternoon spentin : :
Mr. and Mrs. Stevens of Kansas : Bunnell. They spent several to '$8 medium"$6 County: Farmers are busy H
fat cows $7 ;
., $6.50
ml're' : ;
is ready to furnish light; a friendly .social manner '
plant
)Arrowsmith came up from 'i The next meeting will be held In'' City,. Mo.j have rented rooms for the days visiting W. A. Mack and looking' to $7; cutters $5.50 to $6;' canners picking ,cotton on: dry days. Recent :;p

winter at the Sunny Side Villa on over the prairie l land near Deer Park. yearlings $8; heretics rains have caused some cot.ton'to v
e Tampa to spend Sunday and Monday ( ak Grove Park: first Tuesday in Oc $5.25 to $5.50; ; '
Massachusetts avenue. II. C. Avant and family spent Sun bulls $ .50 sprout, and otherwise damaging the ;
with his parents. Mac has a good po. toborweather" permitting. $7; veals $9 to. $12; heavy ;
Clyde Edwards has bought out A. day in Kissimmee. bulls good to choice considerably. t '
sition with the Peninsular Telephone to $7; light $6; crop 4
G. Durham's electrical and II. R. Henimlngway entertained a .t.
supplies
'stockers and feeders $7 to $7.50;
Company of Tampa. The Loyal l Daughters of the Chris ,
is for business .New York few of her friends and neighbors Sun- *
ready on
T. A. Horn killed a rattler the other tian Church gave a pound social Mon common' to medium $6 to $6.50. ,
avenue. day. All reported a good time) and Magnolia Balmy
tiny on the lake front in Peck ha me day evening for their minister at the HOGS: Best hogs 50c. higher, pigs
t Mr. J. T. Cummings has bought! the lots of good things to eat, including and light 'stuff strongwith: best I
grove. It measured six feet five parsonage. LIQUID FACE POWDER. r
Milsom place -Massachusetts ave- plenty of ice cream,and cake. Those
inches and had five rattles. The Loyal Women's'Clasa of the weights' showing the full advance. The beauty secret of !
and Tenth street Mr. Milsom present were: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. .
.... __...... nue ex- Top $18.25 for one load sold by us. '
P.m Ip .m" lS3xrijrtwa3 feJM ....w.ilh.JUt'.tI '?nkd:;; : ;.: : /W .Cherry,; ; J'T"bam1 women who knowhow
'litehis: 'to iirod+e4thlit weeic tor N-e"" '" .
this week to Tarpon; Springs, their day at the parsonage to sew for the hfiega'TA6! ; 1i3.- IfiPt'Li a t<7fakear6 I : bfthecom-."." ;
Smyrna,, where he has 1 farm.Mr French and family, Mr, Thos. Bond
old home. We are sorry ''to see them Orphans Home in St. Louis The $18.25; mixed 160 Ibs. up $17 to plexioru I Cannot be "
MisS and Mr. C. C. Runnel of
and Mrs. C. K. Hendrix who Tyson
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120 to 150 Ib. pigs $16 to $17; '
KO. ladies will also have dinner for the $17.75; deteded. Heals Sunburn :J\\

t Mr end Mrs. W. H. Tunnicliftc men who are to clean ofr-the church has been: on a trip to.Oakland and Loa Kissimmee.E/Eubanks ., 90 to 115 Ib. pigs $14.50( to $15.50; '=< ,stops Tan.; Soothing.. I
.
Cal MiVhigah"-fTdnti W. is the proud father". .f '01;
""'-" Angeles, New "$12 to $13.50; best rough cooling refreshing.Wfcta. .'
"Co Cloud'and .
Tiave'returned'
) lotsH-hrft peewees
st. are day.Mr' >
__ York returned home on Friday last of a little girl since Sunday "/f : PI.... 'R ',I II
+ glad to be here again. They are : Huntsinger, who has spent ml'm-I hogs $16.75 to $17; half fat roughs t ISa..,1>....IIII.r'" ..Musa "
in St. Cloud
and are glad to be again.
nice home Seventh the Johnson Tenn. ing.Deer $13 to $14.SHEEP. I color for 2c
building a on summer at City Mayor Shambow w And wife and Park actually had a cremation Sample (either ) Stamp. ; '.

street, corner Indiana avenue. Homebuilders came home last Friday. last afternoon. : Market.active and strong 1 I Lion Mfg.Ca. e0 South Filth Su.BronkbgPLY..
end Ella Sunday I
Misses Eda Epple McAllister ceremony IM
are the kind of people we :Mr. and Mrs. Landis of Fort to a shade higher, top lambs $16.50.
motored to Orlando on Sunday Most of us object to this method 'of 1
.like to see come to St. Cloud. Wayne, Ind., who have been visitingMr. Good ,to choice lambs $16 to $16.50; I I
afternoon.Mrs. disposing of the dead, but its advantages ;
Mr. D. II .Riggan| the grocer, left and Mrs. J. J. Landis at Sunny medium to good $15.50 to $16; earn- 1 I "'i
E. D. French of Ashton was sanitary, economic and financial Ask Your Grocer
with his daughter, Kathleen, for the Side Villa, left on Saturday for their = mon to medium $14.50 to $15.50; culls t:
eventually bring it into
c. St. Cloud caller on Saturday.D. may pop
r Carolina mountains to enjoy a vaca- Northern home, having enjoyed their 1150. Fat sheep $9.50 to $9.75; r- j.
ular favor There of
L. Smith has bought out the again. was none
tion and rest. Mr. Riggan has not Stay here very much. bucks $7; choppers $6.50; canners ;
Clyde and; A. G. Durham's stock of the customary sorrow'depioted in the
for and .Mr. Smith has moved the Matthews $4.50. Choice breeding ewes $13 to
had a rest over twenty years to -
stationery and is located on New faces of the group of colored folks I{
lie thinks he deserves one. Cottage on Pennsylvania ave $14. CHEEKNEAL'SCOFFEES
York Avenue', who surrounded the blazing pile of II NATIONAL LIVE STOCK COMMISSION .
Paul Northrop has left for Wau-
nue.Henry Mrs. Frank Kenney has taken the raison chips upon which reposed the I
chula where he will teach in the A. Whitney of Brookfield, CO.
Prepher house for the wiftter.Mr body of a large rattler which had 'r.
school l this term. Mass.., who has been staying at the ,
.,and Mrs. William Hall have returned just met his death at the turpentinestill. Subscribe for the Valley: Gazette.
, reiignation of A. G. Durham as "George Lookout," has made Improvements ;
from a visit with relatives and "
'city treasurer was accepted wiCh regrets on his home on Massachusetts friends at Minnesota. Drive Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe

and J. I. Cummings appointedto avenue, and will move in as ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET Old Standard trneral .trrnttheatnf ionic, Best By Every Test

fill his place till an election can soon as' his household goods arrive. SPECIAL REPORT CROVB'tt TA3TBLBS9 chill TONIC.,a drive.out1..tari..enrlcheabeblood..adbuild. tbe.y..

be arranged for, as Mr. Durham left The St. Cloud Red Cross Auxiliaryno DEER PARK cm. A true tonic. For adult uut children, too

on Wednesday to fill a position at; numbers 235, and they recentlysent National Stock Yards, Illinois,

Greenville] Mich. 380 pounds of bandages and received August 28, 1917. oooooo .oooooo..o.o..ooo..o.oo. . ... ......o.o.. .

A letter has been received from a very interesting acknowledgement Mrs. Milton Clark and Mrs. Saleno TODAY'S RECEIPTS: Cattle,

Harry Johnson, telling of the welcome of same from the directorof Hopkins were. visitors in Deer The supply materially decreased this The Silver Sea Hotel ..

they received in London to the United the southern division at Atlanta. Park over Sunday. week, which was a fortunate circum- .

States soldiers, of being in a parade Miss Rose McKenzie will leave stance in view of the unusually mean ATLANTIC BEACH'CORONADO, FLA
Mr. Crisp of Jacksonville was hereon
eight miles long, the first parade in shortly for Tallahassee, Fla., where condition of the market Jast week. Asa Y

300 years in which there has been for she is taking a teacher's course. business ]last Thursday. result of this shrinkage in receipts, Now open under toe management of A. Fred Falck. i

eign soldiers. They' were served*with Mr. Perry, who has been visiting Mr. II. C. Avant returned last week the market has reacted 15c to 25c Cuiiae the beat* Shore Dinner a Specialty. Auto meets all train at

friends at Wetseka 111.; Enterprise, from a three weeks', sojourn in South per cwt. on all varieties and the out
New Smyrna. .
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:; Iowa and in North Dakota; returned Carolina' .haviflg. made the'trip, .liyautoHe ; look for the, balance of the 'week r'encouraging is ". ; . I
tie "' &L ', $2.50 Day. Weekly Rates application. .-,,. ) i
home n Saturday morn'nff4' W | reports thiTcrops exception- ; ? w s ; lt: per upon :r:,

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1, OSCEOLA- COMPANY'S RANCH AMONG CONCREGA110H.\L': Agents' ReportPalm AMERICAN 'CROS'SACTIVE 'the, Surgical pressing. :Committee, small part of the ordinary cold cream*.,

..PLEASES' TEXAS CATTLEMEN ,C E. WORKERS County "RED now affiliated with the Bed Cross, Care should' 'be 'taken to "strain the

"'t 'f --- hospital garments and dressing are. lemon juice through a fine cfoth so no'
? JACKSONVILLE, Sept. 4.-The Here are some personals, instead of Beach County! This countyha IN FRANCE being: made continually in this country lemon pulp gets !in, then this lotion

Osceola Cattl. Company's manager, an all-missionary message for the been tick free as far north as the and: will be forwarded to France 'as will keep fresh' for months. Every'

k' Mr7; Johnston, and the ,ranch, made\ every Young People's Department of the Hillsborough canal.! During this ,- needed.Dr. I woman know that lemon juice'is used

favorable impression otj the Congregational Church In September. week systematic dipping began which The American Red Cross is supporting Edward T. Devine, director of I to bleach and remove such blemishes,

""" .group of Texas cattlemen who ..pent< In spite of the proverbial .'bardtimes" will free about six:, hundred square and 'will.continue to support the New York School: of Philanthropy, as freckles, sallowness and tan,and ie
!* week investigating range condition miles between the 'Hl1l borOugb and General Pershing and his troops in has. just sailed for France to study the ideal skin' softener. whitener and'
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in the Kissimmee river:, terri! this has been a slimmer va- the West Palm Beach canals. Several methods of restoring; to self-aupport beautifier, h
France to the limit of its
tory.The' cation trips and many changes of location townships north of the West Palm power. and usefulness men who are crippled Just try it! Get 'three ounces of
"No of
need which ,
.
our we'cau
party included M. Sansom, W. among our workers. It will Beach canal will be freed of ticks by army 'or blinded. A Red Cross Institute orchard white at any drug: store and
)Ii,! N. Waddel and A' W. Williams of seem good'to have summer time over removing all cattle for about six possibly" foresee will be )left uncovered for( which Jeremiah Milbanlc ofNew two lemons from the grocer and makeup t
'.: : Fort; Worth; T. T. East and- C. Kle- when things can go( on !in usual rou' months. cables :Major Grayson ALP York has given $50,000, will be a quarter pint'of this sweetly fragrant
i:, of tine in this ..denomination where the Murphy head of the Red Cross Com ''
berg Kingsville; Dr. Leslie J. -, established in New York' in accordance lemon lotion and massage it daily
-- ,Allen, inspector of tick, eradication majority of members are people from ,Madison County! The tobacco has mission in France. In order to facilitate with the results of his Invest! into the face, neck, arms and ha da.
woik-in Oklahoma and Northern states. his work Major. Murphy, a West
George M. ,practically all been harvested this gations. a
Rommel chief of the animal bus The department is under control of Point graduate who saw service in the
county and the 'land is being preparedand If Americans are captured, there is
bandry division United States a Woman's, Missionary Board and Spanish-American War, 'has been ap '
department planted to beans. The tobacco a Red Cross Bureau already organ-
of agriculture, who were invited they. are all C-E 'workets. Mrs. crop as a whole has proven entirely pointed to General 1 Pershing's staff, ized at: Berne which will maintain THt TCHOtREST MEAT AfORK

guests of the' Florida cattle tick ,Spaulding, president, the minister's satisfactory and 'in spite of the ap and the whole Red Cross, campaign communication between prisoners\ 0 K VE ACKLEDIN

._. eradication committee. They were wife fo Cocoanut Grove, summered parent shortage of labor early in the is being conducted with a view to the Germany and their home. in the

'" escorted, by P. L. Sutherland, manager North; also Mrs. S.- G. Capen of Jacksonville season ,the cured tobacco is now 'goIng fullest co-operation with the wishes United States, and will forward the LIFE
t' *> of the committee, C. L. Gaines vice-president, with, her i to the packing house in good con and policy of the American. comman supplies and foodstuffs which the.men

t Iri-- and J. G. Boyd of Jacksonville, and daughters, at Battleboro, Vt. ,State dition. der.The !in the 'German prison camps will need. rt /
-., W F. Ward, manager the Klssim- Supt. Waldron, Mr*. Waldron and two Red.Cross has perfected plansto

6'' Inca, Cattle Company, using the lat- daughtrs have been at Ormond. Mrs. 'Manatee County; Several of the care for each'contingent, of troopsas GIRLS i LEMON JUICE 'cr't.e" .

f, ter'a ,woods cars for the trip.over the Waldron t is general secretary of the pig-club boys have their pigs on cow. they land. On the route from the IS SKIN WHITENER eat!
ranges. Woman's Missionary Board, and! 'most 'pea and sorghum pasture now. reception camp to the training camp, . f

" The start was 'made from )Klssim- everybody knows the leader of the a journey which sometimes takes 72 How to make a creamy lotion for a
mee on Tuesday morning for the Oa.s Cong). work in Florida, that is Rev, Clay County: The continuous rainsare i hours, owing to the congestion the few cents. TIlE TENDEREST MEAT .
' ceola Cattle Company' ranch with Waldron. The 'treasurer; Mrs. Drew, 1 beginning' to injure the cotton French,railroads, there have been established 'The juice of two fresh lemons ,that was ever ,forked in' the direction M

1G!s\ Mr. Johnston accompanying them. of Daytona, with ''family, have left considerably and the boll weevil has six infirmaries and rest- strained into a bottle containing: three { df an anxious hunger Is in this| ax

Y 1:, '. The luxuriant pasturage grasses and Florida,which ia s> great, loss to the ; also put in an appearance,blighting : stations, each in charge: of a trained ounces of orchard white makes, a market awsiting'your call. A visit .
abundance of stock water were in work in general. Mrs. Charles E. the hopes of many of,the farmer;; i nurse and an assistant, to care for whole quarter pint of ,the most remarkable to' this shop wilt add joy to your:

striking contrast to range conditions Enlow of Arch Creek, takes her office Several farmers fa"t shipi/inv heir : soldiers who are ill on the way.. lemon, skin beautifier at meal time. We're'courteously considerate .

.J In some sections of, Texas where the and all missionary church money;from razorbacks _and native cattle to the'. When the men reach camp, the Red about the cost one ,must pay for a -.f the' want of our pat

. drouth has caused some':herds to be Endeavorersshould, ( now go to her and market and investing in a .few good Cross' will continue to act as a friendly rons.' j jCity

t' old at great sacrifice_to keep the then will be forwarded to the special hogs and cattle. I agency to supplement what the The Quinine nat Dees! Not Affect the Needlecauaeof -
' stockTrom'dying, of starvation the'range cause for which: it Is intended. In the. Army itself does >to make the men it. toniC and lazatlv effect.LAX.
on
......."" ' ounPeo ple's executive committee Lake County: The first long staple comfortable and to preserve their Quinine 1H UttOMO and does QUIN1NB not can.la better der ,ou.n.ordinary. nor Market
-jksonville: "'' work ChalrWan lL\lflnawi-fla\ fo ton,. in the.market is of fair qualUemando morale. Cigarettes to the number ofmI1Jlon'lff. a ringing in head Remember the toll name and
$e'ft' .,. .
; ? ,At a banquet I last Ity; -_., ,. ,_._.....o'n.' ....?..._I__.. took tot the signature oi,"". W CKOVB. IOC. i
Saturday night, which Was 'attended Jacksonville and fl'now located at =tnr3fl--00,000Oapk J -- ;\
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:,; : by former State Senator :Arthur E. Key West: in war-time business, and. County-: The Annuttal of smoking tobacco and 10,000 cuts .",. ,-, ., .".,"" --, -.-.. ._- y '
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:;" 'Dongan, he had the pleasure of hear- there is a Christian Endeavor society age Stock Form have eoTYfpfeTe7fheir120ton { of chewing tobacco have already been "
-.:: his for him t work in there. Miss Claire sent to 'Franceji.; their use: Red ,
ing ranch extolled before the concrete silo and filled it with ._ .. .-,-- : v' ...
"" speakers knew he was financially in- Walker .in Sanford, another member corn. They expect to feed beef cat- Cross chapters: are now working upa The' Favorite Store of Kissimmee "
.
= terested of the committee Is the million pounds of knitting wool into ::
it: in it, with Mr. Johnston. Mr. spending season tle this fall) and winter. Records will
Sansom said: "We had the pleasure at Mlllbrook, N. Y.; the other bo kept and the cane made public. garments for the use of both soldiers

+,:.':. of meeting Mr. Johnston at Kissim commute worker, -Mi ,1I Maude; E; Corn in the county Is )In better condition and sailors this winter, and will(keep ;I
Clarke, of West Palm Beach like the the men supplied
mee and 1f Florida had a few more( that'expected.. Cotton is fair.
"\ men like him to develop the cattle industry secretary of the department, has remained At the railroad stations ,where sol FURNITURE ? '

ft t; . you would not need to send (out at home steadily on the job. In Palm Beach County: Every news- 1 diers will be waiting for train con. ,

to Texae-to'get advice on .how to do( almost every society a large per cent i paper in the county, one daily and nections, as soon as the routine of
.. it.: This ranch Is'evidence that there of the members have been from home four weeklies, have agreed to publish alternate trench duty and leave

( are greaf opportunities for those who but, in only a few instances has the free the :farmers' exchange list, giving begins, the Red Cross has arranged
will give the cattle business' careful work gone to sleep for lack of''York- the farmers a wide market for the to provide canteens where they can -WE HAVE IT I

study;, and put some brains into the ers.As things listed. The county agent will rid themselves of the filth of the ."

,management. Mr. Johnston gave me there was no mission topic InC receive ,data for the lists and mail the trenches and eat, sleep or amuse
some figures on calf crop from his -E listing for August, it was asked lists to the papers Saturday. themselves s in comfort. .
herd,' which shows the percentage i is that a part of the program time on Before the first contingent sailed r
considerably higher than we are able the 19th be given to Congregational Jackson County:. The peanut oil the men were given comfort kits, la connection wits ear Hardware line we carry a complete : ,

; _. to ,obtain. This range opght to carry Education. There are come splendid mill at"Malone has nine peanut pickers each containing heavy socks, hand' Kne of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting homes, aa4kVanrUe

-i"' about ten times as many cattle as we missionary,schools for white studentsfor that will be put to work in that kerchiefs, wash-cloth and soap, pencil reliable ..

pt'a able to carry on same acres 'of this denomination in the South, section as soon as the nuts are ready and writing paper. a pipe and the r

r.' much of our land, and will carry fully among'them Piedmont College, at to harvest. The mill is equipped and makings, playing cards, a mouth .organ Bed Room Furniture; Dining

i3'v. .as many head per section as land for Demorest, Ga., Thorsby Institute I!t ready for operation. or game, buttons, pins and other
which I recently paid $160 per acre, Thorsby, Ala., ,the theological seminary small articles. Further gifts will be Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits, Parlor
lilt" and I am considered a conservativebusiness for both men and women: in. Atlanta Dade County: Among the farmersin sent: over in time for the' Christmas

man. and Rollins College, Florida. this county, J2( per cent own- auto celebration. at the front. Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers,

"My advice would"be to put several The two. last named institutions are mobiles.; Half of the hogs In this Fully organized base hospitals, prepared Couches Etc.

thousandv. sheep on the' same :range those for which' Florida Congl., En- county have been immunized against{ for any emergency that the -expeditionary .i.iI

with 'the cattle, which can be 'don e deavorers give ten per cent. of the! cholera. Vaccination has, not only' force may meet, are now ,I
rchecked
; annual the cholera but has eliminated in France. These units, were recTult.ed
without injuring the ,cattle assessment for church missionary .
also would put a bunch of goats pasture. gifts. West Palm Beach is it. A'carload of Ayrshire dairy I by the Red Cross. The surgeons 'l'eis store Is making a record ,for itself .. tie satter of s

,range to clean up the;brush.and on the first;, heard from to do their share, cows will arrive early in the fall for were drawn from the cream of the helping people to outfit hones. Come and tee. Our price an. j

II r! t Goals'? eatj i very'Utlle- yrai $2.50, in August o .,' .,/[?"./<;H':1 \;' one dairyman, and a carload of;Hoi J medical profession in ;, the. United right .,
( .g !' b y,1.:an d IP -'ti' i iK'CRACETOWNSEND.jlnterlachen +Ij d steins;for:: another One dairyman;: Is i States;',the. ;,nurses, were ,especially{ ,",,

rilldo' a''lot"%>f good "on aveng! : Septj3a1917: , 1'' looking? !! forvacarload"bf I eneyJL The selected forrthelrf. itness for this duty
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lower East Coast"of Florida romHthoseTwhol had&lieenenrolledn : fOR
y range by cleaning out, the underbrush produces f ::"- TOOLS I ENGINEERS I
so that the grass will have SHORT COURSE IN ECONOMICS a twelfth of the tomatoes grown 3 in accordance,with .rigid requirements,
a chance to come'in. the United States. Field selection of I by the Red Cross. Thirteen thousand
" "Mr. Johnston's- cattle showed the TALLAHASSEE, Aug. 31_TheFlorida seed corn was generally practiced t in thoroughly capable trained nurses are No matter what kind of an Engine you have-Gas, Steam, t

F beneficial effect of. dipping to kill the State College for Women offers the county this year. now enlisted for such service as may Railroad or Stationary Engine-we have exactly the Toeb you
to the women of Florida a short need in work Wrenc'Ees Hammers Oilers
everyday etc
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cattle fever ticks. That l is the only become necessary. your , ,
i serious parasite handicap to the cat course in home economics to preparethem Suwannee : Much time has Hospital supplies; drugs and instruments all of the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that will
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w to assist the nation' in the cam been taken up in noting the ravages S This has the of
'. tie business in Florida, and be have been sent to France, and surprise yon. store reputation handling only
L,*' eradicated when the people call will cooperate paign for food conservation and food ,of the boll weevil in this county. The I additional consignments will be hardware; that Is of superior quality and yon will make no.mistake i

?9': and do systematic dipping I production, the course extending-from weevils are in evidence in all partsof I shipped as they are called for by in coming here NOW and inspecting our big stock. ;
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September 10th to September 16th. the county and some fields of shortcotton "
,"i would not advise using Brahma bulls Major Murphy. Some of them will 1 E
A number of notable instructors are badlydamaged.ENROLLMENT be made in France at workshops
:, on the native cows. Get a good foun
datlon first by Shorthorn are on the program and will give demonstrations which the Red Cross will maintain.
using blood
{I'r-. and later if you, want to make a crossft. in all branches of the FOR OPENING Through the Red Cross chapters andII' Osceola Hardware CompanyC
work the
:r .- of Brahma blood to give the posterity program including canning, OF SCHOOL EXAMINATIONSNotice .
butter making, bread making, pastries
L;,:: a little more rustling capacity 1 it
and sweets, preserving and dryIng
-' be all '! is hereby given that all those
may right.
fruits and vegetables, preparationof pupils who for any reason must take II' Prptect Your: ..
menus, care of food !in the home
. SHOULD ORGANIZE GUARDS examinations before they can be regularly ;
;I also instructions in, the u.e of certain promoted are requested to meet Implementsagainst A. CARSON President N. C. BRYAN; Secretary,

._._ The rioting; negroes at HoustonTexas tmbstitutes, the care, feeding, etc., of me at the main school building on

". were a warning to all South children, health,work and many otherlIubjects. Church street, Thursday, September Rust The Waters & Carson

ern cities and forcibly reminds< usthat 13, at 8:30: a. m. Should any who
,. we might be greatly In need of The college dormitory will be openfor have to take examinations wait until and Ruin 1

f a body of trained men when no-such the women attending, at which a school starts to come for the examinations

&:. , body was available. Why not organize charge of 75 centsper day will be they will by so doing delay thee Grocery Company

,. a county guard. Forewarned made,. those expecting to, stay at th orderly working of the entire .school! .
should forearmed dormitory, however, being requiredto
-and -when Com* ,for several days. .
pnny B is ordered to another camp bring the necessary bedding-and Air "pupils-"are--requested toreport. .' ,

t ,. initial steps'toward providing a prop towels, as the dormitory is ,not supplied at the school buildings 'Saturday Wholesale and!! Retail Dealers in _

erly equipped' defensive body to watch with these articles. morning, September 15, at 8:30:
: over Kissimmee, and the vicinity itesTheto course offers,unusual opportun o'clock for enrollment and classification GROCERIES:
f. t should be taken without delay. { those desiring to avail them and that they may secure book ,

selves of _the experience gained by; lists and assignments of. lessons for
YES! LIFT A CORN others in the economic administrationof [
: OFF WITHOUT PAIN! the home and all who can do so are Monday. I 00000 . 000000000 00000000000 + . .
I shall be in my office at the main + .
Cincinnati AlIthit: ; Tells How to urged to attend. 1 school building Monday, Tuesday.and Dk 0 WE SELL: 0 WE -BUT', ,.
, Dry Up a Corn or Callus So It Wednesday of ,next week, and..would a71 0 . .,;
Lifts Off With The Tampa Board of ''Trade has HAY .
Fingers.
like to see any parents who for any 0. 0 .
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and
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some to the! {ront with aTpurse h f' I Wagon HIDES ,
You corn-pestered men and reason would like to confer with me .. GRAIN 0 0 1\\ j i' .
women $140 to for .
ten ,
pay scholarships t to
.
t:7";: need suffer no longer. Wear the shoes about the classification of their chil Paint .. 0 FURS I .
the boys' short course at the 'UniverIIlty Implement .

P"- that,nearly killed you 'before: says dren. R. M. EVANS, 0 FERTILIZERS
I .
" this Cincinnati authority, because a of Florida December 3 to 8. This 0 0 WOOL. .
V' few drops of freezone applied directly) sum, it is believed, will cover all of Principal of Schools.MAYR'S A weather-resisting paint especially .. SHINGLES 0 0 : .

r.: on a tender, aching corn or callu the expenses of ten boys. The) scholarships 1 made for use on plows, .0 .. AND ..
"JO at and the harrows, and all Implements ORANGE BOXES.
stops soreness
once
soon wagons .
will be awarded to the, Hill AIL
0 ;
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or )
: I corn hardened callus loosens so I it where a bri&ht gloss 0
.:--a boro corn and pig club boys who have ORANGE WRAPS. .
can; be 1 if ten out, root and all, ,without finish ia desired. 0 0
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pain. made the most creditable showing j jn COUNTEY
A small bottle of- freezone ,costs their work.. Wonderful Remedy for ,ItIAsk ,for Color Card 0 0 VEGETABLE CRATES' . 0 O 0 0 '. PRODUCE ..'

very little at-any drugstore, but will PEASLEC-CAULBERT CO. Inc. + .
tipositively: ,take off every hard or softcorn Whenever. .You Need a General. Tonic, S-STOMACH TROUBLE. LDU1SVUUB KENTUCKY 0. CRATE NAILS . ,.
..f". or callus.This! should be tried, / Take drove's., ? 00 + 0000 .' 0000000 0 . 0 0.0 .0 . . OWe
t as'it is inexpensive: and is said not to The Old Standard Grove'* Tasteless ,
1., irritate the surrounding skin. chill Tonic is equally valuable a* a One dose con- nCes.. ", Osceola, Hardware Co.. sell field and garden: eeeds of all kinds. t;
fJ'"" If your druggist hasn't any freezone General Tonic because: It contains the *' ,Wi:givo special attention to fitting out hunting and camping peruse.t + ,t
,, tell him to get a small bottle for yon well known tonic properties QUININB .J.,:Z.. ROBERSON Ussliaee, Iii Free delivery in city: limits. Phone No. 12., _
from his whole sale drug house. It is and IRON., It acts on the Liver,Drives
and
Enriches W. are county agents for good fertilizer Ask as for circular Pric-t.
fine stuff! and_acts like a charm every. SaUdsMalaria the Blood and '
"'\ ,j' ..' ....r ". ':!- ......._ V -Whole Tetcm.-.*'60 cent. *. and other ;reliable ,druggists. J.- !I ,.fertilize.' }). r
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.' .- THE USSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7,1917B

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these" houses back to allow the work to CITY COUNCIL ASKED TO damages-$250; dismissed. Ga., on a visit to relatives. Mr. Bail- ])i Classified Advertisements

L; RISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE be J ''done. REPEAL THE DOG ORDINANCE Bentley Gray Dry' Goods Co vs. cy will return to his duties at the express -

The bridge over the ditch leading Wm. H Peake and Arthur E, Done- office at, tho expiration of his

P mMlshe. B..ry Frlstar from Mill Slough on the road to the (Continued From Page, .) ,gun; verdict for plaintiff. two week', vacation. The others In FOR .AI.B! ...- .

Otae !.K'Valley'''__G Fl.rlfa..e t. B.U.'... cemetery has been put in food ahape, H. E. Swabey cited the fact that the party will extend their' .' visit fora:, *SO acre suburban farm. Just one mile

in fact, it practically new. the'law wag Ineffective in that, it regulated week or two longer from city limits, good high land,
W. HARRIS ... B. O, VANS AONHWOWB Captain M. Woodall is in chargeof of I I called home splendid soil all well fenced with l''
only a small portion the year, ADDITIONAL LOCALSMrs. Hon. W. J. Sears was didfbarn '
'I cultivatiosple withagood
>e ,
,
.......... J Mr.. ItIlatest cutting the grass on the dt)" and it wac, he considered an vnneeessary from Washington this week by serious bins, hay mow shed and plenty :;:

r property and si keeping his mower cruelty to the animals. He,state C. H. Funk and son, Dwight illness.of his mother, Mrs. M. F. sheds room for for1 grain Implements and hay.!, Brood as well well a of.

I busy. ed it was manifestly unfair to these and Edgar: Bryan, of Kissimmee ,attended Sears who suffered a ..troke'of par- soft water three-room house, IS.SOO

COMPANY B RECEIVESA muzzled dogs which were defenseless the Labor Day celebration in talysia. When the congressman arrived on place favorable for home terms. convenient of payment to Fin hLgh:

under the attack of animals whose" Orlando yesterday.-Orlando Report at Klssimmeo 'Wednesday, Mrs. school, church and good markets "

HANDSOME PRESENT owners disregarded the law, and there er-Star Sears was much Improved' and continues FIVE ACRE: FARM:

he said, of'these to slightly better each This place Is Inside city limit., wlthr-
Company: B, U. S. N G., have been were many Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Blackwell and grow ireod six-room house, porch In front
Marshal Oerstreet stated he had and along one side of house, good
presented with one of the niftiest son, Paul, were in the tity, Tuesdayon day.J. "tables, with hay mow plenty room'

Q u name plates for the company's truck carried where,out; dogs the law from to the the country letter had except the way to ,,their, home at Ashton B. Lansdell' of Miami was combining 1 for'rood train stornice and sheds house, ,chicken place hOU."i

yogsrArE that cap be found anywhere from a motor outing of about six business with pleasure Thurs fenced and crona-fenced. sufficient
Ph followed their owners into town for a I timbers I for fuel Brood deep well, of
It is a copper plate, about 18x24 weeks. While away they visited day.when he looked after business in- pure, soft watr very cheap and. on-
hours. lie said this law
PRESS inches in size. The design \14 a shield, few however friends and 'relatives' atl| Darlington, threats' !! and called on former acquaintances most favorable terma.. Come, let us'
the and
was not) commonly found on the books Introduce you to owner help.
raised on two guns supported by Sumter, Columbia and York S, C., and friends. Mr: Lansdcll spent you get a Rood home very cheap
of Florida's cities And it his '
bayonets. It bears this legend) Co. gave as and Galitolllaand> Charlotte, N. C.r some time in the city last winter and 45-4 acres just quarter.of a mile from*
fI.b.r..lpflo. 2F I belief that it was unnecessarily cruelto took a prominent on'severol pro' city limits close to the brick road,
B U. S. N, G. part
One Copy One Year___.*-,______..__,! no animals to muzzle them duringhot Mrs A. W. Smith had as her guests part fine citrus/ land part lies lower ee
One Copy, Six Months.,.-...____-. 1.tlO The design and motto were hammered grams at the Hart Memorial\ a and fine for trucking. This property'
.
One Copy, Three Months._________ ..76e out by "Radiator Bill" Erickson weather I for supper Thursday evening' Miss reader: and also 'as a vocalist]! so lose to city limits harm would make. "
Inn or also fruit
The councilmen seemed unanimousin Nancy Hartley, of Orlando, J. C. a poultry dairy .rand
commun'icauon. from our him vegetable land Owned by...
All except ; and presented by to. the com
authorized correspondents .must be the belief. that the present ordinance ;I Hartley, of Kissimmee A.. W, Smith NOTICE ; widow who says "HRLIV: and you
iRm-d by the writer pany. ; 4.?,If I can Ret a bargain here on favorable
Rejected matter will not be returned It.is needless to say the boys appreciate was an unnecessary one and of Kissimmee and Mr. and Mrs. John .. term., Qwner lives North.

unless called for. a 'the handsome gift as well as the only desirable' in, that it greatly reduced T. Lowe "of this 'clty.-Plant City. ,Council,l will meet Tuesday- September -' FINE CHICKKN FARM *

t M Klsslm- the number of canines runningat Courier llth at 7:30: p. m., for the,purpose Five acres and two lower lot., fronting -
Postofflce at
the
1 (Entered In which it.
spirit prompted t, east, ov..rlooklnthe'town., just
nee, Florida, a* ..eeoond elasa. matter) large in the city. Some one suggested I 'Mrs. Sarah Prevatt, Miss Jeanette of equalizing the Tax Roll1 for 1917, I outside city limits, fine healthy locution
| and will continue in session each I ; rood cottage, barn chickenfarm -
t SEPTEMBER 7 1917. STUART,TINER. PIONEER increasing,the dog tax'and ree- i Prevatt Mr. and Mrs. M. Cosner were. (rood IrrlRBtln plant, everything '
: pealing the, muzzle ordinance I : night during the week until Roll fs' : In order for a nice line of
.. CITIZEN, ANSWERS'LAST CALL I I a pleasant auto party motoring Ito business, good neighborhood best of
Dr. W. W. Carson was strongly opposed for the week-end with their completed. ?. rra"ona for selling: here you c.n'
Lee burg '
SEN. GORE HEARS FROM HOME The death of Stuart Tirter at his to dogs of certain l reeds, that,, relatives.$ . Mrs. .'Prevatt's daughter, Those wishing to meet with Councilto school graduate and your have them children home, In every high

home 'I in.the Shingle Creek settlement is bull dogs and Ayredales running, returnedwith her present complaints will have an opportunity night besides church and good market '
Mrs. J. Perry Byrd, ,
facilities. Cheap and on easy
. "Of the
., -,, Alger Melton chairman last Wednesday night removes from at large unmuzzled at any season of for a visit here. to do so.J. terms. We are prepared to show you

democratic state committee of Okla. our midst another pioneer citizen, one the year. These are, he stated t always R. GILBERT Rood either bargains city or country In realty, improved property or,

.If?; Boma,'in a telegram to United States who had spent his whole seventy- a menace to public safety. I Miss Elsie Norton the obliging j 38-lt Clerk. Vacant "lne'lIItock farm Write U..

.. .+ Senator Gore said: "Oklahoma wants eight years of life in Florida and The petition was finally disposedof f clerk at the postoffice general deliv NE..AO' REALTY COyhguy.p'yeia ,
instructing the attorney erv window...who, has been! Sp n"ipa.A + t"j i1r.1'1'v.r; state Dank ..}
more than fifty years of it in the by 'city: ;;.: ,._'- -''- -"- "' 'RS !:;=
patriot in the senate, ,and demand- "Rw'6" 'V wiuTKer parents FLORIDA -
va5attdn KISSIMMEE
.L a tiorltoad hkhNii"f: 'iltid'rth'm71ybT, Ctf" rafC"a'ic or'r3inance WgERT: i :
.. .. GOTffTieTjrwih the,war, -or- ** : The Room
c y- V resign. at Dundee and visiting at Tampa and Dining
week we will give a more extended which would meet the present/ requirements
tends to obstruct 1 FOR R A 1,15-Good work horse, weight
'Ii; "Your position has returned
and other points .
Pcss-a-grille
. the This will be '
of
, notice of his death. city. 1800 pnunds, also harness and """AR'an.
or TlttManhattan
and deiay.necessary: legislation Mel. home. and one thoroughbred Derkshlro
presented the next meeting I boar pig H. Dlckcrson. 8-tf
ton said "breeds disloyalty encourages I
i COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO Misses Violet Bullock: ,and Kather- I
,
'r slackers and draft registers, and WANTED: to buy: for cash,
a rood
second
t RECEIVE BIDS FOR PAVING MANY CASES OF Hotel -
furnishes consolation for the enemy. DISPOSED ine| Carr who have been spending the hand car. Ford preferred; must
I I in Island and points in I he In rood condition and, cheap. Sea
IN THE COUNTY COURT summer Long
'i Tn with O 11. Woodall.
not harmony J8-2t
Your views are (Continued, from Pa arc One) '
,
returned Wednesday
.
the wishes of the people nor the principles feet within .the curb. Some of the I Connecticut,
(Continued from Page One)- north on his journey, as he left for Is Now I..ORTOn Snturilnv. August 18th, on-
k of the party you represent.- Commissioners were for making it Silas demons illegal fishing; notI Open lliondwny or Darlinirton even.e,
her small
will yellow
I A. Evers. Miss Carr join envelope containing
, Kansas City Star. nine feet including the curb. Mr. I I,guilty. I I I. four kodak films, Kinder please return -
Coronado Beach. Mrs. R. B. Owner and .
t ; parents at Savage, Mer.NOTU'I to Valley tlasette and receive
(- Mortland was not sure on this point Carl Fryer carrying concealed suitable reward 17tfI .

4 OFFICERS FROM THE RANKS but his opinion was that the federal I weapons; nolle pressed defendant I Senator C. A Carson returned

government would only accept a road having been tried in Polk county for Tuesday from a combined business I FOrt HA 1,12! OR TRADE, buggy and'harness.
.The announcement of a fixed policy nine feet within the curb. Mr. Ram I', offense. I,! he visited Chi- <] TO CONTUATOlt4Notlce : I W W Carson J7tf
same I I. hereby alvrn that bids. will
it.' by the government to take no more say stated that he had it on good | II. W. Weaver illegal sale of liquor; I cago. be received by the Hoard of County FOR 8ALK-Heveral white t officers or officer candidates from good authority that after certain Cola: Mrs. Carson accompanied him Commissioners of Osreola County, Kin, horn cock and cockerels. Sam I-up- '
a information I ,
nolle pressed incorrect, up to and Inrludlntr 10:00 a. m on Sat I.r.| M7-tt"
s civil life after the complement of tht' number Of years. perhaps five or six,'II W. N. Fertic illegal selling of and will remain at Idaho Springs till, urday the Z2nd day of September A. .
I I I). un, At the office of the Clerk of the HORRI3: AND BUGGY FOR 8ALF1. She
t' .second series of officers' training the federal government would very goods. case continued for term de about the first of ,October. Circuit 'Court ,of said County, At KIslmm I will work anywhere. Especially fine
in is the soundest ..e. Florida for the construction and safe for family use; not afraid of
; camps now progress probably widen the road to fifteenfeet. fendant's witnesses not being present. Mr and Mrs. P. C. Buttoroff.\\Mis of approximately nine mile of brick I auto going or coming: she Is young1
,;jo end wisest military regulation which .. It would then become a"govern I Defendant bond for \\ paving with concrete curb extending Itubber.tlred buggy In good condl-
$500.
to give Adah C. and B: F. Lester .
Wagner from the corporate limits of the ('iii> I lion. 1" H Law son.I
\ has yet been put into effect. It means ment road. I State vs. James Baker: petit laT- motored to Jacksonville this week to of Klsslmmee. to the Polk County linePlans i
I that the national army national The matter was then put to a vote and specifications may be examined j I WANTED-Man o"n farm. B. Dicker-
ceny; guilty. accompany Gordon Buttoroff that far or obtained at the office of the. eon STtr
guard and regular army will, have and it decided I Clerk of the Circuit Court of Oaceola i
was to ahead and
go II. W. Weaver sale of
illegal liquor .
; would visit the
I there as soon as sea- County Florida, at Klsulmmee. Information
every opportunity to fit themselves advertise for two weeks for bids. jury disagreed. To be tried next term. Medical in New as to the proposed work maybe FIVE-ACRE. TRACTS, finest land near
Columbia College I i the city neighborhood of Mr. Howell
; clallied( at the office of the BtnteRoad I -
commissions. All additional officers '
, for the
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At 2 o'clock meeting of the a place. Very moderate terms *
Defendant to give bond for $100 York. The party spent a few daysin Department at Tallahassee or the an
; needed will be found in the various Clerk Klcolmmee. . I Ions time to pay. Most desirable to
board the of of the Circuit Court at ,
. appointmnt a warden
sale of
game Charley Edwards, illegal Jacksonville and returned home own one of the finest little farms sonear -
branches of the army. ., was postponed until the next liquor; not guilty. Right la reserved'to reject pnv or all the ("lty.'rUe to the owner,
Tuesday. W. W. Young' Liberty Center, Ohio.
In carrying out this excellent plan meeting. The following civil cases were tried: proposalsERNEST' MACH, Chairman. or Inquire of li M. Ilrvaker, Klsalmmce. -

1 there will- be established at each divisional Oliver R. Bass, of Kenansville was Lupfer &: Piather Garage vs. Alex. Miss Ann Carson Messrs. McPher- Attest: J. 1. Overatreet. C!" vrf. 31.S moo

'1" training camp an officers' appointed cattle son'and W. J. Steed motored up from 88Jtonnen
inspector for District
Rosen assumpsit; case continued. by VtllHN YOU NEED SHOES go tq/F1. H..
+, school to which men from the ranks No.5. consent of counsel. -- Kisaimmee Saturday and stayed over FOR PURLICATIONI. _l.-.IIon'.

who show special qualifications will The matter of the proposed new Mach Bros.'vs. Grover Huppel, as- Sunday with Mr. Steed's mother Mrs. Circuit ('..rt. state of florlds. FOR 8AL.R-BOO 2-year-old Seedling

,be assigned. French and British officers road in the Creek W. A. Steed. Sunday they' formed a J. M. Miller. (.. ipliil*..4. ..... Ollle (Jrapefrult Trees. Price 15e each ft C.H. : ?
Boggy section again sumpsit, $300; case referred, I Miller, Defendant .U..o....... II......... ;, Funk.i, KlsimmeeIFla4lJm 2lltrWF.LLINGS
who have had experience on"the came reinforced witha pleasant spend-the-day>party. at, theBeach'takingMieses"Josephine .", ,....
up map,;, Pat ,W flA.. Gregorywa.MachjBos..? appeal J" J.dictal-Circuit.,,0..1., ( .t7J. -
k line in France will be Johnston ) ; Steedad e.7 ;',, : \} 1OtM'IJ tor ten Apply to
firing ' on duty objected> to the road cutting from'justice courtYcase}/ dismissedf ; """"'''''''f ,5'k"J.: ; ;: JIIL'I": '_ Tiller

q''+" at each camp as advisers; and an un across'section three 'and stated 'that itwould costs'on'plaintiffuTo ; i l Ruby7Jackson\: : ;!, :)them" They ,the i2t. bill appearing flied Inth..above..t..t..d.aullethat bYJ'atlld..vlt append, to nURT :Rl nnowN1 nosl ER V'for'm..n'I"wom..n

usual opportunity, for attendinglee-* '.s?,. J cut'|up;\hls'A Jpasture'dlandsand| '"! ? ; !\ wi""of SUfCloud vs. E. G Farris, had dinner at the'!hotel$and In the in named Cellle I I.Millerj a non-reftldcnt.. the defendant of the there state: and children.GENERAL .. II. Law.on : .

K1 lure courses will be presented.. \ reduce their value.! He ,said he had damages $150; dismissed. afternoon enjoyed a dip in the surf. of Florida, and la a resident of Putney I FARMING Is profitable In-

; The system which is to be established erected gates at every crossing and Town' of St. Cloud vs. Helen The Kissimmee party leaving immediately tie twenty-one, and that yearn She; 'IB It over la therefore the age or.of bilities Florida.. for To live know stock Florida's and possi-

encourages the ambition of every was having! no trouble about the gates Drought and A. E. Drought, damages i for home upon their return dered and that la hereby said non required-reeldent to defendantbe to dairying I fruit and poultryralslnfr truck

young man drawn in the draft. Thou- being left open. The board again!\ $100; dismissed. here.-Volusia County Record.Mr. the bill of complaint filed In "aid appear cause frrowlnir.Hnmeseeker.read the Srx Florida month.Farmerand trlap

hands of them are well qualified for pointed out that lack of funds com Town of St. Cloud vs. E. G. Farris and Mrs. A. W. Bailey and their on October or before, :. D Monday 1917 otherwise, the lit the day allegations of subscription free. Address, 25 Florida....nl.. Farmer Hnmple, copy and

Commissions. Many tried to enter thefficers' pelled the postponement of this mat- damages $100; dismissed. ,daughter Miss Frances, will leave ,by Bald. said bill defendant will be taken' asconfessed llomcsteeker.Fla. Box 260 Jacksonville sj.tf

camps and failed through no ter. ,Town of St. Cloud vs. E. G. Farris, Sunday for Savannah and Atlanta It is further ordered that thisOrder
fault of their own. Others equally be published once a week PALM BEACH SUITS at special prices.
for four consecutive weeks In, F. H Ldtwson.
well qualified, simply refrained from the Klsslmmee Valley Omette, a newspaper
r;: published In aald County and FOR RENT: -A three-room furnished) \
,applying for a commission on the State flat with modern conveniences. W.
ground that the government itself This let day of 1917 li Harris, Gazette office 12-tf
J. I. OVERkTREF: r, .
would put the selective system into Clerk Circuit Court. FOR SALE I
Bargains in Summer GoodsIn Z. BASS ', arge size wicker baby
effect. Solicitor for Complainant.; cab. In rood condition. Price reason
able. Inquire
at 220 Bryan Bt. Ittf
Under conscription, the best, youth (Circuit Court Seal) 88-41 -

:. of the country has been drawn into YOU SHOULD REAR IN MIND to get
r
rood stuff and save money See F.
the army. To keep these young men For A H. Lawson.

without hope of rising in the ranks order to make room for our Fall Stock, which is 99 MadeToOrder FOR SALE-.Anew- $100 Holtnn Hurl-

i. /would.be to penalize ambition and puts I _ tone Horn and case for $85. Silver

.:},. premium upon mediocrity. Every now arriving, we are offering all Summer Goods at ? Hats M.sand Huffman.blast_finish St. Cloud gold,plated Fla. bell.It-tf J.

:private in the new army should feel .
FOR SALE CHEAP-Shetland pony.
that he has a fair chance of obtaining buggy and harness. A.. ,E. Smith P.

C a commission by diligent application. a big reduction.BEGINNING' tt,,, D O. Hox 886. 18.8tLtFOR

+ Despite the fact that 26,000 officers & SALR flood milk cow and heifer
calf (11 Verona street. (8-ltpdT
ere provided by the last camps and
TtlfcIf will be SATURDAY OLD PAPERS FOR "I.IO-Iee A BUM
home 22,000 provided by the ;"Clarke DLI343ood for wrapping purposes
'new camps there will be plenty of Special'THIS eta Apply at Valley Oasette. r

room at the top and every youth'' entering And Continuing Through Next Week we offer the following attractive_price:. 'THIS -cum SPECIAL* HAT MAOC TO
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the cantonments if qualified YOUR ORDER fOR SI.99 HOTEL DUVAL
(11 Tw SMsm tm M WHk V.Srsv)
fOI'eommand.houldbave.elUlonw
art sat pa call sfSUUSMMVMMCram JACKSONVILLEOpposite
expect such reward when his talent is and )Ratines .II IVi Mat ..*... SMI rise
One lot Figured Voiles Lace Cloth and One let Striped Corduroy- postofflce. hot arid. cold
'demonstrated. It is a democratic 22c tmt ta SMttsM esotafis water; "I..v.tort telephones: ratesrooms
worth 40c land .
and the American Organdies, worth 35c, for 19c per THE H.W. CLARKE HAT COMPANY without bath ft; two per
ystera, people as Ladies Black and White Lisle I Hose, worthOne 'Jicuoinritu ........ sons same room tl.CO; with bath
>. .well as the army welcome the announcement 25c fl.60, and 'two persona same room

lot FignrediMulU worth 65c, per yd, 39c 35c, '2.
7 of its W. 9. JONES Mar.

; ,, (D. C.) Post.KISSIMMEE'S adoptlon.Washmeton One lot White Goods, worth 65c. per yd, 39c Men's Black and White Lisle Half-Hose, ,

worth 35c, 25c I -
.
Oae lot Crossbarrcd white goods, worth Children Black & White Lisle Hoie, worth
STREETS
3Sc, per yard .. 19c 35c, 25c
IN FINE CONDITION
PLUMBING SHOPS
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While no street pavtng Ie' going -

at this time, it is noticeable that the on Big line School Shoes School Supplies, Hats Caps, FOR SALE ,

'k' thoroughfares of the city are receiving

+ systematic attention at the hands Pants: Middies and Boys' Waists. You 'can't 'afford'

of the street committee of the city I .
.. ; On account of, other interests I am, offering '.
a council Messrs. Thomas Haley and
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Canon, and that they are, generally to miss this m l.ey-saving opportunity. . my Plumbing Shops and Fixtures for '
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,peaking, in fine condition.. sale at a bargain. Only exclusive plumbing -
Robinson avenue :from the high

achool block extending. east to Vineatreet ;; . shop in Kissimmee, and_ is a good

'' has been the scene of special '
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A. S. GILBERT I proposition for any one: desiring an. ,
..r activity. This was Dot'of regulation ,
:,width and three tenant houses belonging established business. 1 1III
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to'S. B. Aultman were built partially '
46 Street Phone 35 '
on the street. S. B. can always Main s \.' R. L. STARLING ,Kissimmee ;Fla.:.*.. ''

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UNITED STATES ARMY SHOES, Tan and Black, pair, $4.5O




r Men's, Wos e.'. and CHILDREN'S SHOES W-..'. sad CkildreY Men's; White ,Teams Men Blue i Jait Received ''300,
Scout Shoes .
Boy are just
Beys' alack Robber '
8Sc While dXFORDS.75c Work Shirts, poa ads FRESH CANDY

Sole TENNIS 'OXFORDS' Ie TENN'.5 SHOES the ShQe for the boy ,to $1.00 and 'each Pound


Pair,65c' $1.98 '$1.00 wear to School. We have $L75. 85c'20c .


them and in all sizes.STORY'S
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Buy., Your .ShoesSTORY'S The Best $1.00 Also. White Shoe Buy Your Shoes


:' A..T' Shirt in Town, Polish, lOc.. AT.


14 to 16.1-2.. Black Shoe "STORY'S


IV+ Satisfaction Guaranteed. All'.Colors Polish, We. < Satisfaction; .Guaranteed.

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I John M. Baas, the, cashier of the Clyde Bass one of, Kenansvillee's See di11 ert'" ad in this issue. It W' T. Front of Milton, Ky., and

: State Bank of Keansville, was among prosperous cattle men, was in Kia means money to you. Rev. Chas. II Front of Owensville,

Gra.ystoive Casino those attending" county" court the .first simmee Thursday ,. F*'W. Hill of Narcoossee, vice- Ind., were home-seekers looking about

of the week. H, F. Yarbough and J. A, Woods of president of the Citizens Bank of this vicinity Friday They registeredat

.: I Ackias Bass, Osceola county's commissioner I Lakeland; were guests at the ),Ianh Kissimmee, was in the city this week the Manhattan hotel.,

,Matinee,:3:30, Evening, 7:15.: Program fof Week of Sept 10 from St. Cloud, was present tin hotel a, few days thi,., week attending county court and looking G. W Best, who Is in the employof
MONDAY ,'at the September meeting at-the courthouse !: while here on a busin .s'trl1). after other,business.,! Uncle Sam in the Kissimmee post.

TUESDAY Monday;' !Mr. and Mrs. M. Katz Mrs. L, W office, expects to take his two weeks'
lt ,
A.tra PIlM C.m*..7' Pr...... C. F. Johnson, editor of the St.
GLAI1Y8 MUL.HTTH Pilley and daughter, Miss Mamie, Cloud] before_ _
..' A SPKCIAl PICTVRB ,TO BE AN. I John.Baisden, school conunissionerQL.Whi.WenrwaI.itllCaaitrrAlae T.fr."y"; i! ?
PKGGV" NOotAlS13b6
L POT AND PAN '' )
A r.n' ( .!. K.oaler PI. !. Five :. 4 _mototcd.. .io..Daxtoeas! / ..xog'-:; -beiifd--': \ ooneiW,14 i i:
.., 1v1v9t711xICD....._.WTEp.- '" ?.". .. .'J. .. $ weekend.They returned Monday. their in Mrs. Best.
..., ,,..e," ,. mm --- T- "day, attending the regular meeting of .- ,. day at regular meeting' the
. : : interests of his James Austin Mortland of the State
WEDNESDAY the county school board. i .Julian Montsdoca\ who representsthe paper.
THURSDAY
"TrI..ltl.. IMc..r... l'mrmr frrmrmtmL.ITTI.H Consolidated Road Department, 'Tallahasse, was
TMKI.MA.Ml UKOIIHIH WI.ATIOH ATONE !. Fox- KllMIIIIAM. Corp.. ........... I A. E. Bass, Nat Bass and Rudy I I Land cattle Company interests, was of the in KiasiniTriee{ Mrs. L. H. Ingram and daughter, present! at the meeting of'the board k,
""..LIMI.ERLAND" COOPER !. I Bass were prominent among the Ken- Miss Irene, have returned from points of county commissioners Monday in
A.Co.edy Ir... of Qe Raet Kid. I from his-home In'Whittier Monday.
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BHTnAVKIlAim.
in North Carolina where have
.. ruprrlallr good ..q. for the rhl ansvillepeople here Monday. looking they connection with federal and state aid
....... .' a "alg V CoM"' ," "Fatb.d.Al. I after business interests. S B. Story, one of 'Narcoossee's been visiting' for some time; They road fund. '
Trl..tl. l'ered7. 0A. L.o. .. ."
teat'Ilil.s"a ... 1II..t ... "." d Fllvv.r.. I orange growers and successful farm reached home Wednesday.B. \
"'0"..'". I Miss Mattie Bandy returned Sun- the business visitorsin Mr.and} Mrs. J. J. Griffin'and fam-

FRIDAY SATURDAY day from the Eastern markets where ers Kissimmee, was among the first of the week. M. Hall, who has been supply ily spent Sunday,with Mr and Mrs.

P....... Trl..a. Plrtarr. Compaar PmvratwIIAIf she has been purchasing her fall and agent at Leeoburg for' the Western' W. A. Griffin here, on their way from
G..f'r VKaxrlph lee <' I.10H HAY la "(tl'lHIK' JIM" f
ANTONIO MOHKNO: .... ........ vrrnloa of "".fI"". Jim." winter goods. Miss Emma Yowell, of Kissimmee, Union has returned home and is fill their home tni, Kissimmee to Daytona
:. Imnv MAIIV ANDKHftON (riarrar lladdlaictaa Kill.... I Mrs. Nellie Rogero". who has been Beach, where they will remain for a
iiuaiT OF rossKftftio 4 TrlaaKl 4..airdr "III" FATAL pleasant visit in the city, the guestof fice.: . few weeks.-New Smyrna News.H. .
A Klorr of "b* mrrmt on r.. MOVE! ," aad MOI.I.1M KING la hiKlr > i visiting the Eastern markets for her Mrs. T. L. Waring Lakeland Star.
A two rrrl Krr'tamf or A IIHIDK"TIIR I)ANKKItft Rpl TUH>. dr Uo"nLM of' fcl'HH 4'110111'1.MVNTKItror f r stock of fall and winter goods" returned L. J. Maxwell district' commercial G. Avant was in the city this,
,. I Miss Eva Bell arrived Sundey from superintendent of the Western Union,
Saturday. from Deer Park where h. states
week
. '- AJ..Ie..., 0eony.. 5.*J lOe OrcA.Xra. tO mad tee, ,
Atlanta on a two weeks' vacation. She with headquarters, at Jacksonville, '
hundred'acres '
he i is to
a'
S. D. Bailey has returned to Kis preparing plant
I is the of her sister Mrs. R. L. in Kissimmee
guest was Friday'on official next .--J'
simmee after a visit here with his in Irish'potatoes spring. i
'daughter Mrs.. D. L. Bower.-Gainesville -> Seymour at her home on, Emmett I I business. .. Mr. Avant and his family have just

f I Sun. street. Mrs. J. Wade Tucker will leave for returned from an extended visit with
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LOCAL
INTERESTING Leroy Kingsley of Kissimmee left Among prominent arrivals in thecity' Jacksonville Saturday 'to join Mr. relatives In South Carolina. ,
J. W. Trammell. Tucker and Clara who
yesterday was daughter, are
". .o Murni. Tindall of Lake Hart, was Thursday"' night for the field artillery On Tuesday night, G. M. Shearouse,
,, .o..o.o..o..o.ooo He was a guest at the Bay View and returning from Grand Rapids, Mich.
service of the U. S.. going Jr., resigned his directorship of theKissimmee -
t; In town Monday on business. army. to
registered from Kissimmee-Tampa They will spend the week-end in Jack Shearouse
band. Mr. has
i : Weather eportL Fort Screven.-orlando Sentinel. home .
/ Fall and winter hats at the Bon Ton Tribune. I sonville and return Monday.Mrs. been appointed assistant bandmasterof
Albert Bearden and DeWilton Alderman
will be shown tt the fall opening. Mrs, T M. Rivers and family Mrs. I II ., J. J. Hall and her daughter, the 24th U. S. Cavalry, now stationed -

: I I 'left Tuesday night for Fort I L. R. Farmer and Miss Lucy Buckles Miss Ethel, have returned. from Cor. at Fort, D. A. Russell, Wyom-
W. F. Walker, ex-commissioner, Oglethorpe to enter the officers train- |
Following are daily 'temperaY' i returned Sunday from Daytona dele, Georgia, 'where they have been ingj; Director Shearouse I is a talented
precipitations as reported now of Okeechobee was in town ing camp there.F. I I Beach, where they have been spending ( visiting for the past month. Miss musician as well as a capable, leader k
station
x I at Kissimmee by Government fo-.,the week ending Monday looking after business. M. Rivers of Lake Butler, was the past two weeb. I Hall has resumed her duties with the and under his direction'the Kissimme:

'r Thursday, Sept.. 6: Horse, buggy and harness for sale the guest of his sister-in-law, Mrs.' I I Mrs. Fred S. Gilbert and childrenand Everglade Cypress,. Lumber Company; band has become one of the best in\

Max. Min. -Rain cheap. F. H. Lawson Sarah Prevatti; Tuesday while en her sister, Miss Elizabeth Park. ,I at Loughman. ... .. this part of the state. '
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Friday *' __--96 71 J. L. Reeves left Tuesday on -a er, have returned from Clinton, N. C., I I 11f
Saturday.90 74 month's vacation; which he will spend Mrs. S. L.' Lupfer and two sons 'returned where,they have been spending the I 'r '

Sunday _.._..__92 72' ;, 'irt Atlanta and other Georgia sectionals ,:: Sunday jfrom'gpenyerV'iColo'' ;' .; summer with relatives."I' ;,"+',:::;' 'p j.Pi j.-- ,- .T
Monday .. .......,. .""'... ,..",70111'11'' .,."'I i.., t.''" 'l4.""' ";,arter.: "of,..".//.o"\\ 2il61Ii1ifl:!.''lt'1I' !in tho ,where'she':has!beenYvi8iting."frelativest !!fl'A i'JrlJ..,' 'I'" F.Ji'r'1.. r 1 w.? I 1.It; .. Fresh\Milk'Coivs,\ : ,fortSale ,. .
iuhnme.I' t >Vl Commissioners ; ,
,,! : . fc* 1 p.'i Overstreet, : .
'+'r J Tuesday ..;. 70 a f orlseveral IweeksJ ",,'" .,1 '',:".. : "(}1f1_ , , '\J'H\ '
:. \t..f.98. 'I"'dr' 70 city fort everal'days on lIlnes.- ofjShTngle! ;.Cre k, was. a]l Monday,'visitor l ,' ." " '" \

jWednceday tf',94U" Timea- nion.,... ? I'-' '. Nothing but drug of'the*highest .'"He'came to" be present at the
72' ..09e
Thursday90
School Shoes for misses and standard and purity will 'enter 'yourprescriptions September meeting of the board of '
ooo oo oo oooOO.O.4'.40.Fir. Selz's I have several fresh young Jersey milk'Y
if filled the Central .
children. Solid leather, F. H. Law- >at county commissioners.Miss I II I I
Drug Store. I cows for sale. Come early and get your k
Insurance. See A. 1 E* Drought. son. rAlberta Hopson returned from j .
r have Boys of Company B are receiving her two weeks' vacation Sunday choice. 37tf: a
'r Go'to Gilbert's for School Shoes. Mrs. J. W. Prentis and family .
moved into the cottage on Brack substantial dinner from the ladies. night. Sh visited friends at'Tampa, W.' \V. CARSON ;

4"' Mr. and Mrs. Miller"motored over street, known as ,the Smith residence Last week Misses Maude Alice Wag- Pass-a-Grille 'and pent the remain-

to Lakeland Sunday. ner and Mattie Belle Harris were, in ing days of her vacation with, relatives I w
W. K. Johnson has returned to Kis charge of the affair.! at Leesburg and Gainesville. 1 ,

E?'k Big line School Supplies at Gil simmee, after spending several daysin .._---- _.. = .. !
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' bert's.B. Jacksonville.;-Times-Union. w. II. ARNOLD ALAN J. MACDONOUGH f
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.' E. Haley of Kissimmee, was in Courtesy and your satisfaction ARNOLD & MacDONOUGH
town Friday.-Haines City Herald. above all things'at the Central' DrugStore The Swiftest Girl '

: Contractors, Engineers, Architects .
', You cannot afford to miss the bat.t x
(&# gains at Gilbert's. 'Stanley Bullock, assistant cashier DARLINGTON AVE. CITIZENS BANK BLDG. "
In Oar Town Is "
USA. here ofjhe Citizens Bank, made a business ,&;
Tindall from Deer ..
Young was , - -- - --
trip to Tampa the first of the week. mmmma fm mmmmm* m t f' .. ..
:Park' Monday to attend county court. ,. "It ,- "It --..,-"" --..-- "It ---..-- -..-- "It -..-- -..-- .
If you want it done right, call on DIMPLES'Meet '
+ O,P, Lutz made a business trip to' to DOLLY I K
us. Central Drug Store, successors ,
t, Y Tampa going down Sunday for a few Palace Drug Store.. "'/ M

days. J W. McClelland and wife' .well, her at Taylor' Cash Grocery, Saturday, . I .
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Leon Estey of Kissimmee was a visitor ,. .
known citizens of Keriansville, spent : '
in the city Wednesday.-New; Monday in the city. September 8th. ,' i
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Miss Nettle Yowell of Kfssimmee, "Her face i is white
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'c Will Fertic of Ft. Pierce, was in was a Haines City visitor Monday.- .

i '-- town Mondoy; attending the county Haines City Herald. Her stepJsjBtht, _ ..__ _, ......., ?
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r Robert Riedel of the Haines City 1 A- Her UM i is Mti friBr.n .
Good is insured b/ good /
eyesight "
in Kls.simmee.
Monday
Novelty Works-spent
; made and fitted here. W Dolly and dances %\\ '
glasses Dra
as .-Haines City Herald. ,:.. '
fe E.. Sanderson &: Co., 26 Broadway.; Watch This Space
Men's Dress and Work Pants at the To the jingle of the coin; I .

Randolf> Young of Whittier was in lowest glad to show them. e
S fT- prices; Dolly makes the prices.
t !,>fit. the city Monday attending business ,
;
'V ,' 'I Come and see. F. H. Lawson.A '
'r''I\\': .'J n te resta. Next Week.
:; : complete line of coat suits and ,
:: /S-\ ' S. J. Triplett of St. Cloud, was ready to wear dresses will appear in 3 cans No. 1 Tomatoes, 25c

s .** prominent among the city's visitors the Bon Ton Hat 2 No. Tomatoes 25c
.. the-fall stock at cans 2 .
-+ Monday.R. H. C. STANFORD CO. '
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Shop. '
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2'cans No. 3 Tomatoes, 35c
L. Evans, a well known growerof /r Richard Johnson of Live Oak, f is
of Narcoossee, was in town the early spending the month with his grand 3 cans No. 2 Corn, 35c

't \. part of the week. parents, Capt. and .Mrs. Clay John 2 Cans Tuna Fish, 25c will have something '

1. ; II. H. Hulla, a well known Narcooseee son. i t'-' 1 can Kingaii's Corn Beef, 28c ,

L i : resident, spent Monday here' at Commissioner came in from 24 pound sack Pillsbury Flour, .$1.98 interesting to tell
the county court. Lokosee Monday for the county com-
M 24 pound sack 'Occident Flour . 1.90
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at the court .
'Y Just received nice lot of. Men's missioners' meeting "
1 t r house. 24.pound sack Self-Rising Flour, .1.69
ta felt. F. Law.
. light weight H.
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-.n. Those toilet articles ;you need are at No. 5 Can Cottolene, 83c -' ,'J: ,, '

."Save the,waste and winthe, war," the'Central Drug Store, successors to 1 pound Luziantie Coffee, 19c .c \" .... ..'" ,

BO says A. A. Witz. Bring your old Palace Drug Store ., 'J :': .,' .l : '_ ,pI' ,\} .
Ak Dolly for Other AtTaylor's I '. ,, ',
M', Shoe and ; ,
shoe to the Broadway Shop
Mrs. D. G; McKay and son, Donald ,... '
have them'' repaired. '" ,' ', '. , ;' : '. :
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@ will leave Saturday for Kansas City ' ," ; ,
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y: "S ye the, waste and,win-the"war," Mo.\ to join Mr. McKay." They wilt be Cash J J1i
'.o says A. A. WIts: 'Bring'your,old gone for ..ve.ra1.eeb[ and will visit Grocery ..

hoes to the Broadway Shep for.. re- Northern point before returning '

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,SIX' l' -.- THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. M7 "-""I:

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fibrous mass and there .is so much I rain a*' to wash away the nitrates as UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEATALLAIIASSEE

Serve Your humus matter there that a little tfast as they are formed giving the GAINESVILLE

Ii'ORRSOJ CountryRAISE waste is at no great moment. plants little time to utilize them; or High Moral Intellectual Standards College of the, Highest Rank .- ;

( PREMER J E such extremely cold weather that nitrification Liberal Arts' Law Agriculture Engineering Liberal, Physical Arts, Education Education'Muslo., Art,Expression Home ..::;.1'\\
Caterpillars on Sweet Potatoes cannot take place. It is Education. Graduate School f Economics.. "ail,
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essential to the welfare of crops that Send for Catalogue and Views. Write for Catalogue and Book of VI." '
What should I spray on my sweet there is a steady supply of available 28-13t A.A. MU PIlREE. Pres EDW. CONRADI Pres. ''J ::

SELLSFire potatoes to- kill caterpillars and how I ammonia. When extreme cold weath. ....1
to mix it? I don't want to burn the
conditions interfere with this it is
r? Life, Accident and ,'vines: Can it be sent by mail I'u advisable to apply additional nitrate .

Answer: Use two to five pounds 1 of soda ,Because it is the most readily r. : : r s r : g
"1 Health Plate Glass, Liability : arsenate of lead paste fifty gallons | dissolved and, therefore, most quickly D.C.WagnerInsuraflce.Aency .l.

Boiler Insurance. water. Two pounds will kill the small available source of ammonia that

and .. .I worms but for large ones the strong' I can be applied. 2nd Floor Citizen Bank Bid,., Phone No.,30. '
Bonds Executed spray should be used so they will not 1 .
1 Legal: MORE TO 'EAT have to eat so much of the foliage to MRS. J. K. HILLIARD WRITES The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola$ Co. x
Same Day Needed (SAVE"WHAT YOU RAISE get their death dose.. There is no''I' INTERESTING LETTER' FROM .

,.Q.e.tloaa ......?.d1rrea.t.ly' danger of burning sweet potato FAR AWAY MICHIGAN WE REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK, HART.
Mr vines with.arsenate of lead. Poisons. FORD, AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE I ;,
OFFICE;,. State Bank Building Mr.. if. M. O. !.!...*., Depl. II....' cannot' be mailed. PENTWATER'- -, Mich.v Aug. 26.-- COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., '
Tnomr Fertlt/ur CB> B>y l
WlUoa. ..........111.. Jl'la, --- Editor Valley Gazette. Klsulmmee--. AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE, X ".
Scale on Teaches LIFE ACCIDENT AND HEALTH AUTOMOBILE. TORNADO- .1. '..
., What should I "use to kill the scaleon Dear Sir? We are still enjoying life BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive '
Not Basic "
Land Plaster /
my peach trees? I in Pentwater? Mich. Mrs. E. F.
TILLER I want to get some land plaster to t Answer: You can't do much. about Masters Mrs.: H. C;LIjrhtsey and lit I Insurance 'iO" .
M. sweeten muck soil.. How much shouldI killing scales.on peaches so long as I''tie daughter. Mildred. Irene and I, .

Real Estate Agency. I use per acre? 4 I the peaches are in foliaglc fpr the !i James )Milliard]\ and m sQlf. Have had ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. -
IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION ;
Answer: We never advise\ land scales stand more than the leaves will. unusually cool weather'nearly every
.f..n.ee..efe..ff.effRealty plaster for sweetening soil because it arrival 31st but AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION. '
.Just as soon as the foliage drops this day since our May ,
bought and sokL is absolutely neutral in its general,fall, you should give the trees, a thorough -j fruits and vegetables are in abundance ...too. .... .........o.ootoo.o.o..Ov..O.O.....
Houses rented. effect on Florida land. Where the spray, with lime-sufphur solution jyst, the same. Lots of good! -- --
and Title ,verifiedfor 1 ,
Taxes paid land is sufficiently alkaline to permit at the rate'of 1 galL to 9 gals. of things) to eat and nothing goes to -
non-residents. nitrification, the land plaster Increases -I I I water; this is to kill the different 'waste Jn this land of plenty which reminds FOR SALE---CASH PREFERREDOne
Accident In-
Fire Ufe'and '
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the nitrifying process through scales and germs of disease. This me of our extravagance in
' surance. stimulating' the bacteria, but it has I spray should be repeated just before.i Florida. The great canning factor- of Five Lots in !outha Part of Town. 250

Indemnity Bond absolutely no effect in sweeteningland. the buds begin to swell in. the spring.' lea have'heen a source of interest and foot front, 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for
'..0...000000.00.00000000..74000.00. ... For that purpose you shoulduse' appeal<< to me. I am only a woman.
the finely ground limestone. For J Nitrate of Sodasoda but would like to have my say. Why, Banana or Truck Growing. Eighteen inch fall to city

:-:. ....M.NOP4.,.PN00. 0 !Awestening! 'Y:coareeir' rtlYy!Il1PC14lYA; W en."tbouJd.lP\lt.; ; :; ?, iraw.4)t'aisle!h'sgrei poisibilitiesfwf;: urj '' ;ditch .Make.. !your home"'pay"for itself: __".,,1ID.H' ",; ""
soffrftimes advise< !".!llutnt lime;; this Is to get the most benefit j country couldn't the business ,men -
generally] known commercially as rock I Answer: The time that ad Apply V VALLEY: GAZETTE.
only we
dioperate.ogether! / : and erert: a. can, ', .
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: C. W. GRIFFIN lime, and has various other'namE'S, vise'an application of nitrate of sodais ,nlng factory right in Kissimmee th tIi" ''' '' "'.'- ', .. t. "

but the material Is freshly burned when ihe trees or other crops show worth ,while. Thousands of boxes - -

.Staple and FancyGROCERIES lime absolutely unslaked. This caustic :(they are lacking .a supply of am- oranges, are going to waste every .
lime has too vigorous action for monia. This is shown
I : generally by a year which could be made"I into mir*
ordinary soil, and! it is only in the I yellowing of the'leaves. Well proportioned -I malade besides numerous other fruits S. FLOYDDealer

I extreme conditions such as coarse formulas contain sufficient I and vegetables'which, if canned maybe R. :

sour muck land that we ever advise it, I I nitrate of soda to serve the purpose j used at home :with much less cost '

Free Delivery to all Parts for it burns out humus matter. As a I except under special weather condlI { and aUo] give many work who have In
general thing, this is most harmful tions. These conditions can be either to leave for positions elsewhere. Busi
41 of the' City but in coarse muck, it often is beneficial i -too little moisture to dissolve the i I ness men wake up. Consider this mat- Groceries, Hay, Grain. and Feed

.ooooo.ooo.OOt by so rapidly disintegrating the slower] ammoniates; so much heavy I ter "erioJsly.Vith personal cooperation -

_ __ h _____ and by putting your shoulders I II Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.
I to the wheel. With ani I Ii
willingness
W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrel) I '
CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW i loyalty, wonderful things can be accomplished Try Us on Your NextOrder For Feed

Only Soils Free From AcidCan for our own Kiaslmmeo
and surrounding country. Wei ap- i
Offices 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizens I
the Valley dazetta than
preciate more
Bank BuildmpKissimmee -- - ---
Produce 100 Cent
> Florid per CropsWith 't'\er and send it visiting around I -
among our Michigan neighbors, who e
a shortage of food crops facing the nation are becoming enthusiasts over Florida
T, M. RIVERS. M. D. not only should cultivated of land be a'
every piece where there are no blizzards, but Stout Lumber Co.
but should be made ,
planted every acre to yieldIts leav'efor
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON land of perpt'tualsunshine. We
limit of productiveness.Most .
Office Osceola SUCCESSORS TO MAY-STOUT' LUMBER CO. 'II
over Pharmacy home September 3rd. .
a
''Pbon, Resldenc Bl Florida soils, are acid, or 'sour, and'even DEALERS IN fi fi'YELLOW
OR1o.,1/, .. though liberally fertilized cannot yield maximum
crops until this condition corrected. CARD OF 'THANKSWe :
PINE AND CYPRESS
: Good ground limestone removes acidity, releases
C. F. THRASHER friends
thank the for
and other many the
potash plant foods and increases the mois-
3HEE1 METAL WORKER ture-holding capacity of the soil. kindnesses shown us during the ill- LUMBER I

Mttal Roof. Put... and ness and death "of our husband and
GuarantiedfHONK Mefferts Ground Limestone father. We also thank them for the Novelty Works in ConnectionIt

t 14..K KISSIMMCE. FLA beautiful flower contributions. ..
; 1_ Mrs. R. D. Driggers and Family. it our pleasure to fire you estimate at all limes.
Increases Crop Yields Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery '

DR. W. W.: CARSON ,, : "" Clay.l ,County, J,,.,.Farmers ,,have, ere'WttW. -.
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Office over,PilJeil BulldlJl II- I'll' ; i big money.. ;,The!liberal uae'tgMefferts I lI'i'I sulphide They aee&going i !'to"lf! *! to ;, ..
1i' Office\Hours&?I-ll.Hl-! Lime i may::mean*,,increased f prof its,*.of.. hundreds, I of 1dollars. !BaveltheirJ ffHttwfff corn|! the|ravageelofithe ( !! .
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Building value life and beauty of your home the who
E Klsslmmee. Fl*. = on the .FarrrT -- than. Facts good and paint figures-Pee-Qee conclusively Paint. prove I I are on man "J

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7 J. A. TROVILLION. M. D.Special . = Are well painted property value have
a' Attention to Need for more food is world-wide. Crop greatly Increased.
CANCEH, GOITRE, TUMORS and = prices promise to remain high indefinitely. It =. The cost of painting Is small com. <
a ,DISEASES OF THE SKIN. 13 the duty of every'Florida Grower to strive pared value with the amount It enhances the
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Orlando Office-Boardman Building .= to literally make every acre produce its utmost = Remember, you cannot your get better and ISAVESw.
Rtolla.m. = Fertilizers should be used liberally and = cheaper protection against decay and
Winter Park Office-2 to 4 and 6 -
t depreciation than Fee-Gee Paint.
,J o 8 p. ,m. sepl 6m. pd purchased now. You need the very best'fer- -_ Right now la the time to paint, and
== tilizers obtainable for this is certainly not a == whatever your paint needs may be, .
there Is Pee-Gee Paint Finish for
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LEWIS O'BRYANT every purpose.
h For estimates, color cards, paint
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FOR RENT andCifusFertilizers you now or

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GARDEN(
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Also! city properties farms, citrus I YOUR' Look about 'yon-the men' of affair in country, state, aation- :,
trucking and grazing-lands fer eale. .
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207 Baa St., cor. Brack N. Kissimmee = known standardized materials of proved =_ IIIIIINIIIiV. J The look on the other side-at the'fellow who spend all they ';\,,.
1 ,{Two blocks north of Christian church. crop-making ability-a complete line designed =-= K-yjk. f w I make-they nay have a food time for a while, but what doe.their'' ; 11
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.. THE_KISSIMMEE. VALLET GAZETTE. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1917 .' -:-"" SEVDf

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1 I .entered herein on the 10th day of Half of Northwest Quarter of Section lots nine to sixteen Incu.lve. except ... ....p.psOe..e.,4O..... ... ... .. ,..i
A u trust "A. O. 1i' ?, olXer, for sale and Twenty-one, all In ,Township Thirty- lot fourteen. of ... .. lots _.
I W.e.T.O. COLUMN ) .ell at public auction. In front of the three South Ranged Thirty-four seventeen to thirty-two inclusive of
: Court House door at Klsslmmee. .Osce All of Section. Twenty-two Twenty section, seventeen, lots one to thirty-
.ll ola County Florida, between the legal three. Twenty-four,, all except Northwest two Inclusive of section t.enty. lots EXCURSION RATES
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hours ot sala, on the Rule Day In Quarter of Twenty-five ..ll except one to thirty-two .
October A. I>. 1.1T. namely,.the 1st day South Half of Northwest Quarterof twenty-one lot twenty of section .
This extract from Mary | of October A. D. 1117. for cash to' the function Twenty-six, all except tw..nty.fye. lots twenty-four. and

.t hhithe.t-.rid best bidder the foUo..IIl1'I.nd. Southeast Quarter of Southwest Quartnr. of section twenty-six, lots FROM KISSIMMEE .
last article, "The Great Adventure, I In Osceola County Florlda.th Northwest. Quarter and West Halt. one to thirty-two Inclusive .of section ,
property of said retpondents: of Northeast Quarter of Section Twen twenty-seven lot. one to thirty-two
ii BO fine, we trust our soldiers mayS Beginning at the Northwest corner ty-seven. all of Section Twenty-Blent. Inclusive of section lots '
of Lot 1 In Block S of J. W. Lilly's to twent.llht
all except Southwest Quarter of Section one thirty-two
carry the memory of It away with Addition to Klsslmmee. run thence Twenty-nine, all of Section Thirty twenty-nine lots one to thirty-two. Inclusive $4465 New York $42.65 Philadelphia

Bast along the South side of Hughey Thirty-one, Thirty-two all except of-seetton thirty-one.; all In ,
them: Street t4 feet thence South 100 fet Northwest Quarter and North Half of Township Thirty-five South Range
Here U an extract' from a letter to South. line of Lot S In .ald Block. Southwent Quarter of Section 'Thirty- Thirty-four East Lots above accordingto'
thence West 64 feet to the Southwest three, all except Southeast. Quarter of Southern ColonizatIon Company's $50.40 $40.15
from France; May the high-thinking corner of said LoU. C, thence rorJ: Northeast Quarter of Section Thir Plat, on file Public Records OsceolaCounty. Chicago Cincinnat
along; the West boundery line ty-four all except. Northeast .
end clean-living men of the new army Lots I and S, 100 feet to beginning Quarter of Thirty-five., all ,except Said property levied upon a. the '

forgive me for quoting it because of The Complainant I* by decree authorised Northeast Quarter and Southeast property of defendant. Purchaser to Sf Louis'Tickets
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to be a bidder at such sale. Quarter of Northwest Quarter of Be*\. pay for title. Terms of sale cash $4.40
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their weaker brothers.. It Is written and to be allowed credit' on his bId.after tlon Thirtv-alx; all In Township. Thlr- L. II INORAM.
paying costs of Court and attorneys' tv-three 'South Range Thirty-three. Sheriff of'Osceola County Florida.
ly: a woman who has been doing philanthropic fees In cash to the amountof Bast. 1-1 On Sale Daily With Final October 31stTHROUCH.SLEEPEES

work abroad for yean! the sums due. him under said decree. All except Northeast Quarter. of Urlt .
Purchaser shall pay for deed.. This : Northwest Quarter and West Half of ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO. SELL \
"I think that if the good mothers let day of September. A. D 117. Northwest. Quarter of Section' Ten URAL ESTATE .
8. H BULIX>CK DINING CARS
Township South Rang
Thirty-five "
:: If America would only set to work to '
( Special Master In Chancery In above Thirty-three East. "
!. C.. of C.." .r... State afKlarlaa .
make a clean army and should succeed _cause. 88-4t Boot Half of Section One, all of See.tion VIA
Two all of Section Five, all FJ".tnf .
they will have carried off one ef NOTICENotlceMs River. of Section Six, all of Sections
ElghtNlne' Ten. Kleven. Twelve. Thirteen I. Kstate .f T, W. Rasa, Deoeaeed.Oseels . Coast 'Line.
the greatest victories ia all history. Fourteen all East of River t of Atlantic
hereby given'that the Annual
,1 If in some way those fifty thousand Meeting of the Stockholders of Section Seventeenall. of' Sections all of > Caaaty. d 01 the South
Land & Investment Com Twenty-one and Twenty-two,
who are preparing themselves :-'yUmdb.: I "flections' Twenfy-four all Fractional
young men -
held at the office of the Notice Is hereby given to all whom It ;

to be officers could be got; to Company Klasltnmee, Florida: on Section Sections Twenty-six ,all all Fractional EII..tnt .- may concern, that Henretta asAdministratrix For tcket and reservations can ,on
Monday the 8th day of October A. O.It Twenty-seven I of the Estate r': W.Rnss .
A. M. SMITH J. G. KmKLAND
pledge their honor to drink nothing 17. at 10:00 o'clock A. M. for the purpose -' River, of Sections Twenty-eight d..c..d.. will on the Xnd dav of i

,. and to keep themselves chaste while transaction of electing of such directors other, and business for the as Thlrtyt1re..L.Thlrty.four.Sections Thirty-five and, Ml Thlrtv-slT Fractionsi -, October T.A.M D.Murphy 1*1T, apply County to the Judge Hon.orable In T. A. K.lmme D. P. A., Tampa

.on their crusade, like knights of old: may be brought before said meeting.. all Range of Thlrtv-three Township 'Thirty-six Enst South. and for said county, at his office In .44.a.. ... ... . ... ..........................
W. B. CRAWFORD Klsslntmee, In said county at 10 lt
if they could be persuaded to set a 8-t Secretaryi All of Sections Thjrteen tn Thirty- clock a. m.. or as soon thereafter as
six Inclusive of .Township Thirty-one, the matter can he heard for authorityto .
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splendid! %xample to their own men; NOTICE TO CONTRACTORSThe South Range Sections Thlrtv-two One Bast. Three > sell at public or private sale thefnllowing ... . ...., . .... .. .... ......... ... ................
of Two .
All described real estate. In said
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if each could
private persuaded to .
Pour all East. of River of Section to-wit .
county :
itch his own particular little moral Board of Public Instruction of Five. South Half of Southeast Quarterof The NWVi of SBli of Sec T. Township -
(Osceola County. Florida will receive Section Eight all of Sections Nln", 2*. Range. 2 Ka'so: SWH of t Cold Storage for Fresh Meats
-wagon to a star-there will have been proposals for furnishing material jtn-1 Ten all) except West. Half of Southwest 8ia>i and WH !Swi of F.1 Sec T,
labor. for the constructionand 8E.
necessary of Section all of
Quarter Kleven
Township tl( S, RangetO! R SYUnf
done a greater thing, a far greater erection of school building at .
a Section Twelve, North Half of Northwest -
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Kenansvllle. Fla. until 10 m, Sept. .Jl,. Blo. 7. Township Rangeupon I
thin.L.1hatJ. tinmU of illtB.r- a. Quarter North Half of Southeast . .
: .. !t. .m..-otI.+ : VlQ'tl'.IT. M .E : ; ggl y-getable
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t 'm"i i""E r p- : ol"1'u"Uc"lit.h' ieU y Lion Fourteen all ..xrept' NortheastQuarter the petition for now onfile
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Florida. .
anil North Half of Ro"'h..utQuart..r In said
she wishes some woman'-a Bids must be accompanied bv a certified of Section Fifteen! all of Section .nurt.
Hated August IS. A. D lOll, STORAGI3 RATI3S ON MEATS:
mother-would write a letter that can check In the svim'Mf S300.( madepayable Sixteen all east of River of Section HHNRBTTA BASH.
Walter C ITSss chairmanof .
to Seventeen all Kant of River of Administratrix.OltDKR .
10. te'nailed u'p somewhere In the lounging ". the Board of Public Instruction as a Section Twenty, all) of Sections Twen ,a-l Storage on Meats cent pound, Fifteen Days.,
"guarantee, that the successful bidder ty-one and Twenty-two all. except FOR al 1-
places of the men. I have tried. will enter Into surety bond of thirty Southeast Quarter and Blast Half of PIBL.CAT.ON

I find that I cannot write that letter, bid.IJ<>%,, )Work per cent.must of commence the amount within. of this 10 Nothwest North Half Quarter. of and Northwest\ South Half Quar of. Is Circuit Court. Sis&e .'. Florida Curing Pork ready for imoking, 1 1-c pr pound,

It is too arrogant, that letter to a million dnva after the. lettingof" this contract. ter and South Half lnnOf Northeast Curing and Smokinc, 2c per poud. ; .
The. Board reserve the right to reJect ' Quarter of Twenty- 'I'S.. Waters .Carsosi Grocery Cempaay -
men. It assumes right I do not any and all bids four: all .except South Half of Southwest a ('C'ors-oratlaa Ora-aalsea ..

:]os8ess. But if I were writing it I Plane and specifications; can be obtained Quarter and Northwest. Quarterof KllBtlaa V.... the Laws of the..
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from Alan J. MacDonough ar Section Twenty-five, all of Section hogs the day they.are killed. We will do
should say something like this: chitect. Klsslmmee Florida upon the Twenty-six and Twenty-seven. Northwest Htate '.' Florida, opl.I... .. Bric us Jour

deposit of certified check In the. sum ot Quarter of Southeast Quarter and J. A, Cheek. ... Millie May Cheek. the rest.IISSIMMLE .
'When things, get a little strained 125. West Half of Northeast. Quarter of Ills Wife, ne'eadaata.devrath I
there as will and then WALTER C. BASS Section Twenty-eight. Northeast Quarter a

. we just want you to remember this: Osceola County,. Fla. Section Twenty-nine.. Southwest" ..Jadlrlal Clreult. Oxeeola Cooa4y 'ICE
Attest: Quarter East of River of Section Thir -la & COLD STORAGE
"We are here, all of us, solidly. behind C. I J. TOWE1'1..: Secret aj-y._38-it ty-three all of Sections Thirty-four C..r. (

}lAu. We love you and we believe InTOU. NOT.CIQFOR- PUBLICATION 'l'hirtl.five.two., Thirty-six South. Range all of Thirty-two TownshipThirty. "' I appearing filed in by atrdavl.pp..nd..d .to .. .o..oo.. ... o ..o.oo..o..o..o.o..... ....

East bl .
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that A. Cheek and Willie May Cheek.

"You have entered on a new life, always Drpartssea(I re af at the Ualaravllle. ..t..I..... Fla.V. S. E.aa41Of Quarter All except of Section East Half. One,of .U.Northwest except his wife non-realdents, the defendants of the I..r..ln. .f named Floe Rub'Dlvn. of E% of NBU and Lot 4, of I name of R, A. Chart and H. I. Mulllr-,
are
strange and often terrible. A..... 81. 15.?. North Half, of Northeast Quarter and Ida, and are residents of Georgia Section Thirty-two (2. Township at the date of Issuance of said certificates. ,
Quarter of Atlantn I ..
South Half of Northwest Twenty-six (26) (re Thirty unless said shall b
.. certifcate.
Home and the things of home must Section Two, all except Northwest over the age of years; redeemed Tax Deed twill
Peter (SO) Bast and Lot 10, Dlock SIS. St.
that ordered
NOTICE Is hereby given Three It Is therefore that said nonr"ld..nt -
Quarter of Section all of Section Issue thereon on the 17th day of
seem very far away. But; we are goIng ?. Daley. of Loughman Florida who.. Pour, Lots One to Seven Inclusive of defendants be. and they' are Cloud.The said land assessedat September, A. D. 1117. .
I tt 1918, made Homestead h..reby'requlr..d to the bill b..lnl
December to
on Section Five all Sections Nine. Ten appear witness hand seal.
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along In the old and someday the date of of such my nd'ofllcla
way, 012320. for SW% "fNWK of complaint filed In said cause on or
: Po. > and Eleven lN' th : U0n80f Section' certificates. In the name of Unknown. this the 16tb-day of AUlullt. A UI.
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we are praying, you are coming I of 8W 4, Section 0. Twelve, all of : Thirteen, before Monday. the 1st day of October. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed J. U
Township IS 8.. Range 27 E.. Tallahassee A. D otherwise the allegations of .
Fourteen and Fifteen Lots One, 1117. Clerk Circuit Osceola County.
,:. lack to us and to the old familiar Meridian. has fllfed notice of Intrntlnn Five Six ten and Eleven of Sec-. .all be taken as confessed by Issue thereon according on the law.25th tax day deed of Sep-will Florida. Court St-tt
to .
maka Three-year Proof establish defendant.It
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tlon Seventeen. Southeast Quarterof (Circuit Court Seal) '
things again. claim to the land above de- .'Northeast. Quarter and Southeast Is further ordered that this order tember. A. D. 1911. ,
'> before'Clerk Circuit Court at b published once a week for four consecutive J. L OVER8TR1ETCI.rk'
scribed.
"Remember that. If and Quarter of Section( Tw.nty.all NOTICE FOR
prayers of Circuit' PIBL.CATION'
ofOetob..r. .
I Klsslmmee.. Florida, on the Ifth day of Sections Twenty- weeks In the Klsslmmee Valley Court O.ceol. .
Twenty-one
high hopes and sleepless nights avail, 117.Claimant two and re Southeast Gazette a newspaper published In Florida. -Bt1SOTICR (
Departssea .f the IaleHi, U. Lead
,/ name. as witnessesB : of Northwest Quarter and said county and state.This .
you are coming back to us, to take up A. Sullivan of Loughman, Fla.V. Quarter West Half of Northwest. Quarter. andliI..uth..t 27th day of August 1917J. OF APPLICATION FOR TAX OfBes at O.I..yll.Fla. '
L. Sullivan of Loughman.. Fla. T.. OVEiLSTREET.Clerk . ".' .
life again where ;you left it off. Quarter of Section Twenty- DEED UNDER SECTION 674 AND
B n. Hancock of Loughman. Fla. Circuit Court
four. all of Section. Twenty-five,
a "We know things are different, C. T. Sullivan of Loughman Fla. -.lx. Twenty-seven. and Twen- (Circuit Court A..al TS GENERAL. STATUTES OF NOTICE I I. hereby given that Scott
."' ROBT. W.. DAVIS r :ri: South Halt of NortheastQuarter. KR1RBS & .: ). TUB STATE OF FLOR.D. M. Bobbins. of Lughman. Florida,
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there. War levels' bar-
over many 38-Et Register ... East: Half of Southwest Solicitor for Complainant 27-4t who. on February .. Ho'rae-
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tiers. The very proximity of death Quarter Southeast Quarter and lots NOTICE Is hereby given that A. K. stead' Entry No. 011444. for 8W14 of
NOTICE.OF SHERIFF'S SALK One, Two. Six Seven and of Section JVOTICKOf APPLICATION FOR TAX Whaley, purchaser of Tax CertificatesNos REl Section 0, Township 18 South.
f makes life seem a thing to be lived Thirty-one South EI..ht SectionThirtytwo DEED UNDER sr4 AND .i, 100 snd 105. dated the 7th day Range 37 Ea.t.Tallahassee Meridian
:- fully. But war itself is a' ad Notice I Is hereby given. that under all or Sections Thirty- 8IaCT.ONI of A. n. IMS; also Tar.Certia-' has. filed of Intention to make
: great and by virtue of an execution Issued three, Thirty-four and Thirty-Ova: all I'B. ( STATUIQS Oil d.ulf... SJS. 887. .I 38. 11*. *4t. 14* Commutation. Proqf to establish claimto
\ venture. Is it not enough? out of and under. the. seal of the Circuit In Township .Thirty-three South. TUB STATE OF FLORIDA. S4 S48 88. tis 61.. IU.n and .the land above described before.
Clerk
Court for Osceola County Florida, Range Thirty-two East. I .. day of July\ A.' D. of Circuit Court, at Klsslmmee
'Here, back at home, things go on In that certain causa therein pending. All East of River of Section Six. all NOTICE Is hereby' given that 'H. M. 61.. has filed said certificates In my Florida on 'the list day of September. ,

in the same old way, but with this difference wherein Harry D. Derfler Is complain east of Itlver of Section Eight. all East Pfann and George T. Slngeltary purchasers office and has made application for Tax I Claimant 'name a* witnesses:
',. ant and Southern Colonisation Company of River of Section T..nty-on.. all of tax certificate No. 09, .dated Deed to Issue according t.. law.Said John Altmeyer. of Flail
Our hearts not in the corporation. Is defendant in East of River of Section Twentyseven certificates embrace the followIng Loughman
." .,' : are a the 0th day ef July, A. 'B. 9l4. have n,' Hancock of .
Chancery I have. levied upon the fol- all East of River of Section filed said In my office and described lands lying; and being 1"1.
t:.:; things;, we' .'.do. They are with ;you, I lewlng described real estate. In Osceola Thirty-five", all 'East of River of Section have made c..rtllcate for tax deed to situate In Osceola County State of R.Polydoor B Addison Qhysellnck of Loughman, of Louchman., Fla .

':" : : scrosetherein FrancegOuyee* are County. Florida, to satisfy said execution Thirty-six, all In '1'ownuhipThir Issue In accordance with law. Florida, to-wlti t Fla'n4 ',",< ."
., !! : and costs, and will sell the same ty-Iv. South. Range", _Thirty-two 0 Bast. ,,' Said certificate embraces. the' fellow- IC,Lrf>ts 11 and 14. Block It:' Lot 7, Block ROBERT W DAVIS.
"strained ahead/to"thaT timevj'whenTyou I In' front of Court House' Door' Klsslm Half 4 of* Southeast,i.Quarter. Ins1 described lands f lying and t being i3rLots '1,and \ 4."Block 24; Lot 10%. .54-Sttttwt'i. "< ,," .
.. mee., Fla. the First Monday In October West Half East of River of Section situate In 0..018 County State of niock 8: Lt 7%. Block IS; Lot S. Block R..cttlr.
are coming back. _We are waiting, 1>17. same being the First Day'of One. all East of River of Section Florida : 15: and 4, Block 1; Lo 11.
only waiting. 'All of this great coun- the. month. and a legal sales day, during Eleven all East of River of Section Begin" 10 chains West of center of Rlock 22; Lot 15. Block 22; S. NOTICE! OH EXECUTOR
'the legal hours of sale the follow Thirteen, all East of River of Section Section 1 ,Township IS South Range. I. Block 20.. Lot 5. Black 27,' Lt 14, -
try is waiting. You'll remember that, ing described real estate: All of Sections Twentv-three, all of Section Twentyfive. 28 East,' Worth 20 chains, West 2 H Block 27. all of the above and la c... af ... Jaa-ge. o.
Seventeen. Nineteen. Twentvseven all East of River of Section Thir chains. South 20 chains, East 1% Blocks b.lnlt In Klsslmmee Park CauatTV State *f'Flaridala
won't you, when things get going a -Thirty-three. and Thlrtv-flve, ty-five, all In Township Thirty-four, chains;' ? Lot 71 In Section 18; Lots S lnt IE -

tit strong? We want to comeback and All of Section Twentyrone, South Range. Thirty-one Kast The said lands being assessed In the In Section 28; Lot 81 In Section Lot .. _
you af Jaaa T. .
( except East Half of-Northwest Quarter All East of River of Section One. name of R F. Meyers at the date. of the 97 In Section 2R; Lot 123 In Section 28. r Estate W. .
to us. God only knows, how we of said Section Twenty-one, Lots One to Thirty-two Inclusive of issuance of said certificate, unless said nnd Lot 72 In Section 33. all heln* In -
want and South half of Section Twenty-nine Section One, Lots One to Thirty-two certificate Ahall be redeemed according Township 2A South, Range 30 East, and Notice Is hereby given to al whomIt
want that. But we you to come nil In Township Thirty-one, South. Inclusive of Section Two Lots One to to law tax deed will issue thereon. on being I ; according to the Seminole Land may concern that on the day ef

the better for having the wiser I Hnnnre Thirty-three Bast. Fight Inclusive, of Section Three: Lots the 25th day of Sept.mb.r. A. D, 1917 & Investment. Company's Subdivisionof December, A. I>. 1917, I shall apply to
: gone, ,
All of Sections One, Two Three, and eleven to sixteen Inclusive of section Witness my .nd official seal said Sections 28 and 33. the Honorable T M. Murphy, Judge of
; the finer, for having fought for asrrea't Four. All of Section' Five Except three, lots seventeen to thirty-two In. this the 22nd day of August A. n 1117.J The said. lands be'lno, assessed at the said Court aa .Judge of prob.i., for mJ
Northeast Quarter of said Section elusive of Koctlon three lots ono to five r OVERSTRHHT.Clerk date of the .. said certificatesIn final discharge as F.x. the
cause; We want you, whole of Five all of Sections Six, Seven IlUht.North and East Half of lot seven of section Circuit Court. O.ceol. County. the name of H Peirlow, W. O. Wells, tate. ,of John W; Thompson deceased. !
body it it so ordered but whole of soul Half of Section Nine all of Sectlons five lots thirteen And fifteen of section W. a Wells, C. R Tlllven. K Klein and that at the same time I will present
,
I Ten Eleven Twel\. Thirteen. five, lot twenty-seven twentv-eluht, Florida.fly R. H BULLOCH D. C. William Yal ...., C. Bllven Mrs I*. Pond my In.l. acceunts as Executor of
by your own strength.: )I Fourteen Fifteen, Sixteen Northwest. twenty-nine and thirty of section five, Circuit Court Seal) 39-Gt Mrs P Noxon. W A ItfcCool W A, said .... .. ask for their approvaLs
Quarter of Southeast Quarter of $'ec. lots one to four inclusive of section MrCool, J- Paulsen. f.mnlol. Land and Dated June llth, A. n, 117.
"For war docs one of two things: It lion Seventeen All of Section Klifh- six, lots Ifte..n. eighteen, nineteen nnd NOTM OF APPLICATION FOIl TAX Investment. "," 8. Brown EDGAR. D. IIOdAK.
hills a man's soul or it burns it white (eon. All of Section Nineteen. except twenty .six, lots twenty-ono Unknown f. K Stone L.. Buteen an4 26-6mos, Executor.: '
DEED II>KK SECTION B74 AM '
Southwest Quarter of said Section to Inclusive, of section six J. W Mnsterton. I'
with fire. I Nineteen, South Half of Northeast lots tw..nl'-"I" and thirty-two\ of section ala UIOM3HAL STATUTES: OKTHIJ Unless said certificates shall be redeemed NOTICE: rou rL'BL.CAT.ON

Quarter ana Northwest Quarter six lots one to thlrtvtwo Inclusive STATE OF KLOIIIDA. a"corcllnN to law Tax Deed
"Do you remember' how, when you and North Half of SouthwestQuarter of .....tIOI thirty-three, all In will. on the 25th day of Department of the. Interior, V. *. Laad

used to go out to'play, we warned you and Southwest Ouarter ofSuthwest Township Thirty-five South RangeThirtytour September A. P 1017. Office at ttalnmvllle. Via*
Quarter of Section Twenty. Bnst NOTICE Is hereby given that David 22nd August 1917. .
not to get hurt? 'That sounds funny all of Sections Twenty-one.,. Twenty- Lots. one to thirty-two Inclusive of Jennings, purchaser of Tax CertificatesNo J. L. OVnR *TnKFT! ABT. 4. 181T.
two Twenty-three, Twenty-four, and section one lots one thirtv-two 'In 770 and BIS, dated the 6th day of Clerk Circuit Court. Osceola County, -
doesn't it? .
now, But there are so -Twenty-five, All of Section Twenty-six, ..Iu.lvl of section two. lots one to eight July A. 1>. 191 1 U. has tiled said certificates Florida -. NOTICE is hereby given that Oscar
many ways to get hurt. (except East Half of Northwest Quarter ,Inclusive of section three, lots nine In my office end has made application ' (Circuit Court f..11 II Ilrltt, of I.oluchm"n. Florida who
I I lor said !Section Tvinly-slx: All of 5' c, leven to eighteen Inclusive. of section for tax deed to Issue In ac.rdan.e By BULLOCH. D. C. on April IX. 1916. made Homestead Knf
"We never have preached at you. tlons Twenty-seven; Twenty-eight! three, lots twenty to twenty-five Inclusive ... to law Salil certificates embrace 3-5t try. No. 01S849 for RW4 of NW'. Section .
You North Half of Northwest. Quarter of of section. three lots thirtyoneand the.following di-scrlhed, prop..rtysltuat..d 11. Township Zt 8., Rsng UK.
know that. We are not a preach Section Twent>".nlne, All of Section thirty-two of section three, lots in County, Florida NOT.CJ ni"1X. ,tTnl Tallahassee. Meridian haw filed noticeof
Northeast. of of section ?O.c..oln ) .". Intention to make Commutation
ing people. And so, we are'Qsklng Thirty. except Quarter one to nine Inclusive to-wlt:
said Section Thirty, All of Sections lots fifteen to eighteen; .vnUt Lot 0. Block 6, fit. Cloud. and Lot 17. Proof to establish claim to the land
only one thing of 'ou-a clean slate. Thlrtv-one. Thlrtv-four Thirty-five ....tlon four lot. twenty twpnt'-thr.., Block S4. St In Court nf County Jnda-e. OsraolaoiiBlr above described before Clerk CircuitCourt
We this and Thirty-six All of Section Thirty- and lot thlrtp-tniMf section four lots The said Clou. assessed at tho (' Side n( ."nrl... Klsslmmee. Florida, on the Slat
. want you to come home from two except West Half of Northwest ne and three tolrwentv-four Inclusiveof dato of Issuance of such certificates In In lie Estate of.J o". Ilel...."".. day of September, 1817.
school of war with a clean slate. And Quarter and Past Half of East Half of section five, lots twenty-five, twen the name of T. A: Horn ami C. I'enner Claimant names as witnesses:
said. Section Thirty-two; All In Township ty-six. twenty-nine. and thirty of seo Unless said certificates shall be re- Notice Is hereby fflven. te all whomIt W, \v. Brltt, of Julhman. Florida,
if, in the fullness of a purpose we do Thirty-two South, Range Thirty- tion five, lots one to eight' Inclusive efsection deersed according to law. tax deed will may concern that on the Slat day ot H. J. Popeney Fla

not:'understand not. to_coma three Bast sIx, lots nine to t".lv. IncliisrreT Issue thereon 00 the 25th day of September Oc'toherA. I). 1917. I shall apply to J R Collins of LouKhmnn Fla_
youare Hambueger,4foughns n,
-- All -of .ctl"n.S..nt..n.. Nineteen. >f-section Slr lotsseventeen. -Hv ,A. D..91-- - the I 1Ionorab1eMMurphyJudgcofsaid FI.
back to here but Twentv-nlne Thirty-one, ThirtythreeTen thlrty-two except West 1. OVERSTREET. ROUT. 'W'. DAVIS.
us must meet us In.lu.lve. Hal J Court as Judge of Probate. for my
Rleven.: Southwest Quarter of of lot tw..nty..v..n of 1..ton six. Clerk of Circuit Oaceola County final discharge. as Executor of the estate U-I Register.NOTICE .
again in a land where there are no Section Thirteen Northwest Quarter of one to thirty-one. section Florida Court of John deceased;
1-5
Section Fourt..en. all of Sections Fif seven lots one. two three, eight nine and that at the .am"eLuahln.. I will present .- OK ADMINISTRATOR
more ..wars, but peace everlasting, heventeen, E.ht..n.Nln..teen. .. of. section lots fif tm. "
teen. Sixteen ten eight fourteen Of APPLICATION PORTAl my final account Executor of Fer F.... Discharge. )
then that clean slate of yours will be Twenty Tw"ty-one Twen- teen. ,sixteen south hal of seventeen. NeTICF said estate and ask for their approval. <
ty-two. Twenty-three West Half of and twenty of section lots twen DEED UNDER SECTION 67-4 -"D Dated April Z3rd. A. B la' Caart .1 Cenatr J.*are,
a fiae thing to take Over There. I Section: Twenty-live all of Section ty-two to twentv.nln. Inclusive and B70 GENERAL (STATUTE H. K. MJJ\'r.I. .
Twenty-lx, -''Thr.'l'y.T'h"I lot thirty-two .. eight. lots TUB STATE.QF FLOILIDA.IlOT1CPl April- mos tat. *f Flerida ,,
1 eight. Twenty-nine; one, two three, four six, eight. and
What is LAX-FOS one. Thirty-two. Thirty-three, Thirty- east half of lot five, of section nine. NOTICE la r Bs.a4. ef Palllv Massr
four. Thirty-five Thlrty-alx: all In lots nine to sixteen Inclusive of' section ' Is hereby given that Albert Oseeeia Ceaaty

It. UX-FOS IS IMPROVED CASCARA I Township Thirty-three South Range nine lots seventeen eighteen Dlefendorf purchaser of Tax C..rtll. Notice. Is hereby given that the Boardof .
I Thirty-four Rast. nineteen, twenty, n rates No.1."Dnl 887. dated the County Commissioners of () Notice 1 I. hereby given to.all whom
:: A Digestive Liquid Laxative Cathartic All of Section One to Thlrty-aJx In. three of section nine ritl'oT : : rThlrtyfur. oJ July has filed said certificates Florida will receive. bids"up.oln 'It may concern that on the ,7th day of

Sf and Liver Tonic. Contains Cascara Bark,. elusive Range Thirty-four South South.. Range Thirty-three In my office and has. made application COlnty.. .. Monday September IT. 1*17, S.pt..mber. A. b. H17, I shall apply to
r Blue Flag Root, Rhubarb Root, Black Range Thirty-four East. for tax deed to Issue .In. aor for sale. of flOO.OOOOO t% serial bonds, the T. M. Judge of
:Hoot May Apple Root.Senna Leaves and :: All of Sections One to Three Inclusive. East Half of lot two lots three to cordance to lajv. Said...certncat. .embrace Specfal Road and Ttrilice District Ho. 1. said Court a* Judge Murpy. .. ., for
(I Range Thirty-six South Raiwe nine Inclusive of section. seven lot. the following maturing at rate of 1.000.00., per annum my final 'dlachirge a* Administrator of
Pepsin. Combines strength with palatable Thirty-four East. eleven thirteen. Itt..n. sixteen eighteen situated In Oaceola County Florida, Interest payable -. the. estate of Philip Mohr, deceased.
aromatic taste. Does not gripe. 50c I It All except West Half of Section, and nineteen .seven lots to-wlt: All bids to bn addressed to' and that at the. same. time I will present
I Four all of Sections Five, Seven twenty-three. to thirty-two Inclusive Lot 2t. Block 4. 8%. Cloud, and Lot Clerk. Klsslmmee. aJy.L.Over.treet. to said Court my Anal accounts a*
t- I I Eight Nine, Ten., Eleven Twelve of section seven, lots one to five Inclusive IT. Block 182, St. Cloud. J. li. Admlnlstrstor of said estate, and ask
II"I 11 I I I I 11 11 I I 11 I I I i I S11 Thirteen Fourteen Fifteen. Seventeen of section eltrht lot. thirteen to The. said lands ...b..I.1 of assessedat such Clerk Beard County Commissioner. for their approval.
Eighteen Nineteen. Twenty. Twenty- twenty Inclusive of section eight, lots the date of Dated March Cth, 11 T.
I one Twentv-two.. Twenty-three, Twen-' twenty-fly*, thirty and thirty-two of certificates. In the name of A. Uttx Unless 1.1 A, B. ROUaHT.111.'Lm ,

Legal tv.four. Twenty-live, T..nty.lx.Twenty"vRn. section eight, lots one to eight Inclusive said certificates .shall be. redeemed OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Administrator.NOTICE .
Twenty.eight. T..enty'nine. of section nine:lots nine to fifteen according to.law. ta1e..d will N'OT.CF .
Thirty, Tnirty-four and Thirtysix Inclusive,.and north half of lot sixteenf Issue. thereon on the 25th September DEED UNDER SECTIONS ST4 AND OF ADMINISTRATOR!

: : ,Advertisements .I: :: : all In-Township Thirty-six, South section; nine. .Iotj eighteen to twen- A D. 1817. 575, GENERAL" STATUTES" OF TUB
J. L. OVERSTREET,
Inclusive section nine, south
- Range Thirty-four East ,tjr-'four STATE: OF FLORIDA.
.. Ceuutr Judge, Stat sFiends.
I I half of lota twenty-five. lots twentr- Clerk of Circuit Cosrt. O.ceol.Ceunty I.
All of Section Two Ten. Twelve C..rt'
Ihi ""I' I I I I .. . ..' I I I Flfteen.-Nlneteeny. Twenty- six to thlrty-twe Inclusive section Florida S5t .
NOTICE Is that J.
,____ . twenty-four of section hereby P. -
'J 1'Fourt..n.I ..:>. Twenty-thre.*. Twen nine lot ten 'Iv..n
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MASTRsVS SALE . Inclusive of section . FOR TAX Turner purchaser, 0 C.rUfc.t. Graaasa. e
TwentyT..nty.11I.. lots one to thirty-two NOTICE Of APPLJCATIOW isl la Estate ., Delaw _
of ,Township .eleven lots one two three five dlliOb:11 du r C..ty '
Twenty-seven Thlrty-flve AND riy
DT4
: DEED UNDER certificates In ;
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... .r.I. .I.ON'
la Clrealt Caul tke .v. Thirty-seven South, Rang Thir six, of section seventeen, Iota nine ten -
limit af t... Stata .f Fieri-, ty-four: East. *"*- eleven and twelve to sixteen. Inclusiveof BTS GENERAL STATUTES. Tax my office Deed and to has Issue made In applcaton for to :I Notice I* hereby given 'to all .....bo",
!. Caaacery. Case N. MM. Clara B. J.All. except. 'West Half of Southeast section'seventeen.. lot.. seventeen THE STATE: OF FLORIDA. I concer., th.t on th* 10th .
(.lark ay T".... N'. CI..... key SIM* i I Quarter of Section Four all of Section eighteen, twenty-one,, twenty-two an: '- law.Said embrace the I may A. D 1 1T. I shall apply,to
., -.-... ... .......... 0.1.'_..., Five North Half of Section Six Southeast twenty-four. of section seventeen that L. Certllc.t. *and being fol.- . T. M. Murphy. .t
;, TB.' 4>.*r"*> B. Milliard1 .* .al. ReTo Quarter of Section Seven all ,except twentyfive.twentysix. west half of ?NOTICE I. hereby irlven Ing to D..ib., a* Judge of .ud. .
Florida,
< of
,\' :"* '.......... .N'..". af .Sale.: _. ,j I North Half of Northeast. Qua"t.rof lot twenty-seven. and let twentyeightto W. Tlua pureha.e.of.. Tax the C..tllc.t.* Oseeola .County. Btate. .Administratrix ,
# No. cl.ch.ree
". .. I Section Eight all of Section Nine; thirty-two Inclusive of .. tlon seventeen 1th .. wl '
\ ). 6t the B.min- Orabam
filed
't A D. 1111. cer. .
'y-! !; George 8. 'Hlllard and *>.'.'.,.L. all of Township Thirty-three,< South lots one, to eight Inclusive of July.tlflcate In .ba. has made application Lt. Thlrty-.llh.CI. Company .4; and that at the I
eleven my
section lots twelve, 1
"-Mlllard. hi. .wlfa Joseph Costello and Ran'erhlrtytbre." Rast. fAll. : for tax deed to Issue In accordance Subdivision of Section 1$. Township pr..ento said Court my final account
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..i 'Kittle fa Costello, hi* wlfa", and to. all ,- except North-Half of Northwest fourteen lots% sixteen. ae'yenten.eighteen to to law, 'SaId certificate em Twntr-lx (Is) South. 'Range Thlrtron as Administratrix of ale e.tat.'and- '. .
twenty-one I
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'whom It inay concern. .Quarter and South Halt. Bouth..a.t.Quart.pof the lands lying and be' ,($1> East, and Two (I) of ask for their approvaL -
of section eigh L
under* Section Ten.. all of "Section' bra f\lo..ln. Dated Jan 1th. A. D. HIT.Jl .
/ the tw.nty-I.-Inclu.lve. of
I givesby Florida.Lot.'n Block Two Hundred ((561)
0 t Notle* hereby Cpunty .
-f.: Section Tsyelva Thirteen. .11 ORAHAU.II ;
.signed/that he. as. Special Master In Eleven.: twent.ellht. t tb1r.Jtwo ', St. 1' Y- .ACadl,4 i
,',"' -? ' Chancery heretofore appointed In thla Fourteen' Fifteen. Sixteen. _.v.nt.en.3Lgbte.oNiltee4 .Inclusive( .cUOf .Ilhte.n 'Bemlnol" Land' lay.,"C '. Th bclniassessed la th* .$ 1DI \ ;
,1;...- 4.. aUU..wllVactlnr..nder a IID..I'.4eor.Ok..t .. ,'all exoept North "to, el ch ID I"I.! ,etOf: D.t.en. 0:4 1Id8' /f t

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THE '..K1SSIMMEE VAJ.LEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1917Society

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... . . I . II . 0 It rv 10 i vw It HI 0 10 10 10 - It 10 It 0 I G 0 DEFENSE UNIT WILL .

BE ORGANIZED HERE '. ""

Notes $ -- : .,1
NOTICE !
The Kissimmee Woman's Club is i in ,
receipt of the 'following. letter which:

(:MrsE.i, E. Wells, Editor.) carries an urgent call to' the patriotic) The Palace Drug Store it a thing of*the past. : Since September First :'t a ,a
women of the city to units in register.ing '
(;:
for service, if.need be: it hat been: conducted under new management and cognomen. 'I
of the Valle Gazette to tend item
all
made
Request I I. lo patron Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 21, 1917
*f Sdciety Events 1o the Editor for publication in these colum My Dear Madam Chairman: I sup At all times in the future :You can get prompt, courteous and 'efficient 1

pose that,you have, 'by this time, organized service the old but
at stand in a new way that pleases. Come in and see for. ;
committee ,
I "OIO"IO' 'c I IO'OI"OIO..b your and units of I .

,, th woman's committee of council: national yourself. '
1-X---o) -> oo.- ; > ':" "'r-"HoooC-- JW, }
defense, Florida division.
; : PLEASANT! AUTO TRIP RIDE BY MOON. S Registration of the,woman power of ) '

.t -0 .. . Co fl(I'' LIGHT 4 ,the state of Florida will be our first CENTRAL DRUG STORE r,
". .,.:.-:-.:..:..:.:-: :- >-X--- i I
: Co. w work, :following organization.This .
-- C'CT .4C...YrbE: fi: t.C r4(< ") "The Square Deal Place
Harry Lasley; who is with tie Superior .'' -- I : registration for the services of J ( :::1

Colliery Co., at Wellston, 0., Miss. Lilian' Prentis entertained a (, women, which. ''will be by card is ''not' ''SUCCESSORS TO, PALACE DRUG STORE,

and petroit, Mich., is visiting his number of her friends.Monday Evening intended (to'' be a census!, in the government

mother, Mrs. H. T. Lasley, his daughter with a delightful launch ride on meaning of the word, because :

Margeret, and aunt, Mrs. S. J. Lake Tohopekaliga in the Coot ono it will not be obligatory, and -- -. ,- --- -- ---, -
of the best known boats on the lake\ will not be undertaken by the govern.
Souders. action (In regard to the movement., SURGICAL DRESSING CLASS. Knitting Class .. ./
The' party motored to Wekiwa In the party were Misses Lilian mont,'but through the 'states bibs:W.\ J.Evans, a-cted'as secretarypro The _' .
ORGANIZED 20 MEMBERS organization of a strong, efficicnt r
The aim of the' ,
Springs and other: points Sunday afternoon Prentis, Jessie Morey, Nina Brattqn, registration of tern. knitting class has been effected
,
with Mr.\ and Mrs. A. J. Barclay Muriel Prentis," Mrs. S. II.. Bullock, woman is, owever"-to record, in definite -, In open) ing.the meeting, Mrs. Mak and
\ as soon as the supplies can be ob-
Red Cross activities continue vlth
returning home through, the Sr., Mrs. J. Wl: Prentis, Messrs. EarF form, the training;' capacity and inson said: "We have given our boys tamed the click. of busy needles will > ;
Garden, Richard Bullock Wells willingness' to serve, of as many women unabated interest at the headquarters
Winter Cow
sectionrnear Bert
er
,
'orange ), to go to the, front; many of us are actively be heard in many Kissivimee homes., }
taking supper'at Orlando And completing and Roy Prentis, hs can be reached} throughout the working' under the direction.of In the Casino building and busy work: The class meets at the Hart Memorial i

f the trip by moonlight. They left the city( dock about 5 I Country. Every woman should be the Red Cnoss, ,but now'the call comesto ers may be seen' there at almost any building Tuesday afternoon for ma- ,):,
,much impressedwith oc'lock and made tour of the lake. given the opportunity register: for
Mr. Lasley was a the women to go forward in another hour of the day. terial and instructions. At the meet,1
the country, this being the first Near Oliver's Island the boat was anchored + patriotic service if she so desires. line of activity and to register The"class'in surgical dressings Was ing this week the Work" was confinedto
"The ,
visit to the South', and he expects to while the jolly crowd'enjoyed cards have been prepared after for general service." a* organized this week under the direction articles made 'from cotton, wash ',:
consultation with the census office '
come again. a picnic supper of sandwiches, cakes, that, if later, the government wishesto so After an informal discussion 'of the of Miss Elva L.- eeve'ot Orlando cloths, etc., as these supplies are the '::4;
ice and lemonade.
cream subject, the chair appointed Mrs.Wm. registered 'Red Cross nune.
a only ones which have arrived: This
)
,43aGd'C: d'C e +vfiOvCr:Y. :+:< :rv4'8 take a census of its woman power, 1.1
L. Dunne Mrs. 'E E. Wells ando'1f '
; Enrolling in' this class are; Mrs. class is in charge of Miss Lord, who I In '
,
-' \ "a:; ....tf.ttDK ._. af.t l H j ,
\lJ>r rgX'ST: PrCN: chi VE--' + These: : i.will I supersede w.*''''all'.ja others \.tL; asr. s fsyar-tr 1natt\i'FNm;; ertru e=Ir..K.tz7Atden 'aT t iii'rTh'iF"riWi' trl"a icl'U --
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.O ,KIW 4a INTERESTING SOCIAL OF -> for women's services. Where mittee to name a chairman 'of the man; Miss Elizabeth Aultman, Mrs. rary. ' .

t' BAPTIST LADIES 0A have registered Violetta Hall
women they
( 4 y0'4
:+X+XoooC'ri-0wGCrfi4$4N Ho{wv}. +? Miss Elizabeth Aultman in nomina Evans, Mrs Lewis OBryan, Mrs. A,
Mr. and Mrs.\ F. J. Taylor and children you are urged to have them do so. '
-"'- tion. Miss Aultman hall consented to Me- examination;:
Mrs. Adelaide
Elizabeth Smith
i Master Frank Albert and Lyt- The Missionary' Society cf .tho September 19, 20 and 21 will be the The teachers' for'county j
Frve as acting chairman of this work
Simpson Mrs.
Mrs. B. B.
I ton, and their guest, Mr. Louis Perry, Baptist church held its monthly social dates upon Which this registrationwill Cullough, certificates wilbe, held at the ,
and has .
called
meeting at 'the Hart
a
Mrs. Alta Livingston
'of Company B, Second Infantry, Kls meeting at the home I of Mrs. take place. Please read the instructions Alice E. Wagner, court house, Kissimmee, Fla., beginning '

elmmee, who is spending the week-end l James Johnston Tuesday afternoon. very carefully,. and study j I Memorial. building' for' Monday afternoon. Mrs. Amy C. Dunne, Mrs. Berta at 8:30: a.m., Tuesday, September '

with them, motored to Wekiwa Eighten ladies were present. After an the card, so that you will be prepared, Weaver, Mrs. Annie Bryan,> Misses 11th, 1917. All those who desire '
+
Springs Sunday and enojyed a -delightful : interesting program on state missions l- I to instruct your workers. I would I r- Mildred and Ethyl Lee Miss Ethel to take the examination are requestedto ,\1

. ,' day with basket picnic, after led by Mrs. P. K. Weaver. Miss suggest that, on these three days, you SUBMARINE'S AWFUL HAVOC Wilder, Mrs. Angie Bryan and Mrs. bring pen, ink, cap paper, a fetl
' which swimming was enjoyed. They Mary Bryan interested the society select some very prominent location, j SHOWN AT CASINO SATURDAY Mae Cannon. -one dollar and a certificate of good'v

returned home late in the afternoon, with a talk on the necessity of Chrlstion in each unit; provide tables and chairs, I Their work is carried on in one of I moral character signed by two per ,

4 "when delicious cream and cake was education. Following brief business plenty of pens, and enough workers.to I The new film serial, "The Mysteryof the rooms facing Dakin street. A' I sons. Examinees must be promptly "fI'

y served, after which all had a jolly ; session, delicious refreshmentsof carryon this registration as rapidly tile Double Cross," which stars two-hour morning session and a on time. C. E. XOWELL,

I ride to Kissimmee: returning Mr. ice cream and home-made cakes as possible. I am enclosing a self-ad* Molly -King, promises to be one of 'un- three-hour afternoon session is the 'I' 36-3t County Supt.

j Perry to camp.-Morning Sentinel. were served by the hostess, assistedby dressed postcard, asking you for an usual interest. The first episode will schedule the class!! is following. Later
I. a change will be made and a class NEW FURNITURE STORE '.
her mother estimate of the number of cards,
l II .. Mrs. Reese. : you be shown at the CasinoSaturday ,,
I ,,,404-0 0?0'49.444+W69M.4444h-0. 0.+? will require. Base this estimate 'upon night, when the audience will witness in hygiene will alternate with the surgical OPENING UP THIS WEEK

:; FOR THE BETHEL MISSION <0- SMITHSMITHFriends your entire white population divided the ,realistic reproduction of the awful dressing class. -
: Hospital Supplies C. II. Grantham arrived in the
l by ten. About one-tenth city
or one-
and relatives enacted board vessel
, in the city are scenes on a
0 <0OOOOOOOOCO I While these supplies must be made
this week
twelfth of from Douglass Ga., and is
white'popuJation
,
in receipt of invitation your when a of'.ubmarine' Is raised.
406064 0400id 4 44+}C C 5 an to the approaching cry
at the Red Cross headquarters, the '
wedding of Miss Dorothy: should be women above the age of The pretty star throws herself so : having the Kpftz building, corntr
The young' people of the Bethel sixteen These cards' should be workers need not belond to the local Broadway and' Darlington avenue, 'r
Smith W. A. Smith, which will take years. 'recklessly into the scene in the dining : l
f Mission were pleasantly entertained i place at the home of the bride's parents returned to me within: ten days fol- salon that the audience thrills with chapter and ladies who feel they cannot I overhauled and fitted up to accomo-

;( Tuesday night by Mr. and Mrs. E. S. at Pittsburg, 'Pa., on ,September lowing the, registration.This horror as men and women fight for identify themselves with, the organization date his stock of furniture. "
Hall at their attractive home in North at this time are welcome Mr. Grantham is an experienced '
registration of the womanhood
22nd. 'V. in rush for
maddening exit.
j mastery a 1
Kissimmee. Both ., of the Slate of Florida should ba the I They fall and when they come in and sew, even fora furniture man, and states that ha has.
young people are well known ---- see women are trampedinto
f Music, songs by the guests, games here. Miss Smith is the sister of Mrs.E. consecration of the women of the unconsciousness. They can almost part of a day. ordered a full line of new and up-to- j.
and informal conversation combinedto state to service. Florida has been Ten complete equipments are well date stock: f
Katz and is a frequent visitor in hear the animal\ cries of men and ,
make an event long to be remem Kissimmee asked for 10,000 men for war duty; it under way and a number of these are '
when her women Then
they struggle.
bered. pleasing per will as as they finished and ready to be sent to the Men'. .Blu. Work Shirts at SOc and' ,
sonality has made her many frelnds. 'require three women behind the reach I i the deck, right before their ,
national C5c. P. II.
Misses Nellie Hansel and Nonle Mr. Smith has been a resident here lines to keep one man in the trenches. J I eyes, half awash, lay the gray, sinis- headquarters. Lawson. r'

1$, Driggers assisted the hostess in serving for years and is well known. Let us'put our whole hearts and souls I I j ter submarine, which wrought this 'in- -- -- 1

limeade and wafers at the conclu- They will be home to heifriends'JniMishawaka' in this work) and register for war human,: rk. .
'r lion of,the, program: t li ,litk; ; t : ata<, In'd.J''a'fterfOcI! I service. t'I'' .ast' 0,000.women in Flor"fda. ,, .: 'Ih"J;,"..' ", ', "

About,forty:I t g vests l were{ !n"8 tten.1J "*b rfftr8t te 40JW'ii't flw.Jii4Wi( Miii iaitanM* l HlMi .e .,, ::0H: "

once, including eleyenlofjtho soldierY Most,slncerely ydurs, SWEET POTATO GROWERS WItIGLEYSaC.

'boys.f.. ':\ ", ' CARD OF.THANKSWe MRSIWILLI AM IB.IYOUN V CALLED T VTO MEET HEREContinued


P: 4P44Gfi4vi 8 h'.."Co.--.....) 'thank the many friends for the September IP; ,20 and 21 have been ( from Page One)
+ kindnesses shown us during the illness I II '
designated registration days for the' with double walls and ventilators. Artificial -
O MERRY LEAGUE; SOCIAL 4r I and death of our husband and father. I '
a .: We also thank them for the beautiful women of Florida, and plans are rap- : ( heat must be available also to

v4 Y348bti !1):0 .' 'r-0'GOr: }{OG 'rfiC'v flower contributions. Mrs. Li E. Minx idly being formulated for the regis- insure an even temperature as cold .* $
--"-- and family. 'tratjon work throughout the state. j will have a tendency to dry the pota-
The Girls of Epwortlf and their JJrs. William H. Young of Jacksonville I toes which} would be almost as futal

friends made merry at the ,Methodist n member of the state executive as an over amount of heat. I
NOTICE
bungalow Monday night with a committee, has been named s.tate I'| For the complete success of the I j S O S.
Miss\
Hlva.Reeve, who is in charge I .
League social. Miss Gertrude Mc- chairman registration
on and she is '
f of the ; plan a man must be hired to givo apart '
Kay! assisted the young people In arranging surgical dressings class, requests -i outlining plans for_ the work 'I of his time to the work. The '

s their program and directed linen and all muslin ladies who Will donate old I,I In response; to an appeal from Mrs. storage house must be visited several 1 , yl Send ,Over Some ,
garments to send the '
their amusements. same to the class I William Hooker of Ocala state chairman i j times a day and ventilators regulated ,
room in the Casino
Refreshments of ice. of
cream and executive committee towns
to the
preserve even temperature.
buildin |
cakes were served. About twenty }; throughout Tjoiida' are organizingunits Once in about three weeks the potaI I \VRIGLEYS /
guests were served. and when these organizations i
LAYMAN'S I'I toes must be sorted out and any found
MEETING
have: been perfected, plans for regis-.I not in first class condition must be \
NOTICE Next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clockat tration will be laid before them.Approved 1 thrwn out.Should '
the Methodist > Keep your soldier or ,
\ Sunday School rooms
by Woman's Club '
the in
All Kissimmee women, who are Interested the laymen will hold their usual meet: In ,the absence of the president of growers co-operate ,
storing their crop, they would then be sailor boy supplied.
in services -
patriotic
are urged ing, and desire I _
a full attendance.
the dub .
Mrs. J. .
'a to meet at t'he Hart Memorial Mon These services I M. Willson. Jr., theitfrpresident in a position to ship at any time the ,
are soul-refreshing \' Mrs W. B. Makinson I Give him the lasting
price became satisfactory and could | ,
day afternoon at 4 o'clock. Miss\ ,
encouraging. Tome out and onoy ,anhour's culled a meeting at the Hart Memorial I
orders in carload lots to Jacksonville
: Elizabeth Aultman jfill refreshment.
f Acting the
Secretary. devotional services with building protection
us. :
Monday afternoon I'
to take I or the cantonment at Columbia,

-, S. C., i;
--- -- --- '-- -- -- - -- - i tor the s nt men for in- against thirst.
... --- stance. - 'ti x

In any event should be market bensstisfactorythlefall the help to appetite

r -- .4 -- ,-thegrowerswould - -
i and digestion! afforded
only be pitting the"small cost

K of storage against the possible loss of 7 by Wrlslev's.

the' entire crop and the plan'' seems, ..

.. It is in the Air : iitw well worth trying out. y V t

Much\ depends upon the co-opera- It's an outstanding
tion of the growers and Mr. Evans

urges the attendance at this meetingof feature of the war-

,From the porter .lo the president every employee of this institu everyone who can arrange to be
f,. 5 present. Those ,who cannot attendare .AII the British ArmyIs

tion has its welfare at heart and,constantly strives to maintain en asked to communicate with him chewing It:. '

viable'reputation as the "Best Bank" \ before that date, in case they desire to 1
,
take advantage of the storage plan

-d and to notify him of the probable
1, This means much l to you. "< .AFTER EUERV_ MEAL
Ite t amount of their crop to be providedfor. I
I

v This co-operative spirit for progress, result to giving your transaction , The

t.2 *',the most efficient attention-and has developed a Service fore Ned Gilbert, with 'n. E. -McLaughlin J

{ _l .Vx.'\::' ',,' and son, Bob, of Okeechobee rnaPERfECTGUM '
3 mo-
,
our customers which is Superior in all /espect* to that extended in "'\\/'J\f/ \ ,jl 4.o ,, into Flavor
tored -
town
; Wednesday morningon :
I ,
e most other financial 1 Inshlubon. "," ', bulnesss. Mr. Gilbert
a6ldl'A"S' reports that
V.i m'' l ;
:
'''' ir."k'I"'- <
; ,. : :,. Judge G. 1"., Parker, formerly of this Rv Lasts'

, \/ 'I place, now: of Okeechobee was appointed -
97 on Tuesday county attorneyof S "'
;; 4' tesller-nrrletscr: ; '' *&* '
**
; >; ,CITIZENS BANKOF the new county., '

ftte Cured In 6 to 14
Days
"p -
KISSM'"EIz) !. } I Tear dninlt will''....,...4 money If PAZO
,.' OINTMICNT' Un to cnrf *nr e.M of Itehlnc,
Drl.d.ele.dIaR ortretradl.g Ala in
.. / 6tol4ay.
". 4', I Tb drat ppllekUon gI!*< KM wwi JUM. JflcJ
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