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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: September 21, 1917
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00821
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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'f I'i:, SEALED BIDS.-. CONCRETE CONSTRUC'N' !ljn 11% dlr .TERM.- .

Commissioner! met in 1\ enthusiasm:
The,County Energy and marked the
session By a vote of four;' to one, the property '1'i"i, I
: at the courthouse
... adjourned owners of the St. Cloud dsitrict p formal opening of tho Oscoola countyschool
' Monday to open bids for'the $100,000 created a special road and bridge dis and the city schools of Kissim

i bond issue voted by the freeholders of trict and apprvoed the issuance ,of mee Monday morning, when the tap

r ._.' .o r'oanlo'am Lal.#:' trsiigtrlct) 1\g.( 2 some $273,000 in bond for the purpose ofbTltiatnjr of the bell called 622 pupils from a

weeks,ago, all mem t.-i.-t!rtlri..1': ; ; .f aosJisrd-surfaced. .? of well-earned.vacation to begin another

., being present. bituminous concrete from the 'dartif year's'work. Everywhere the utmost w
There wero a number of representatives west of St. Cloud to Narcoossee and 'lH.IJTIOnLPrevailed: and pleasant anti.. ,
.". of the bond companies making from Ashtoh\ to: the eastern county filpat1on stKmifiii- = '
bids present. County Clerk J. L. line where the road will connect with gret they may have'fe t at surrender

Overstreet opened the bids and J. S. the Brevard county road, leading to ing their summer freedom.
Cadel, attorney for the board, 'read Melbourne. This result was the finale The high school and grammer de:

them in open session, after which the of a long-drawn out campaign for a partment assembled in the auditorium
board retired and went into executive 11ard-surfaced- road through this section and sang "The Star Sangled Banner"as

session to consider the pro and brings) success to the effortsof a fitting opening song. Rev. C.,. H.i
r posals. a body of public-apirited*' citizens Summers pastor of the First Methodist '

When the board reconvened it was that have given much of their time church, pronounced the invoca'

,announced that all bids' had been re* and money, to the realization. of this tion..following the recital of! the 23rd

jected, and that an auction sale of the I improvement. ,..,. Psalm. *
bond issue, subject to the same conditions There were two propositions being County}""Superintendent of Public

as the sealed bids, would beheld voted on, one for bituminous concrete InstructIon' C. E. Yowell was Intro,. ,
at ,which there was a' mild, but wlUL $275,000 bond issue and B Left for Camp Wheelerat duced and was greeted'with a storm,
Rood-humored protest, from some o fthe 1 other Ton brick with a $265,000 of applause .which indicated the esteem

the bond house representatives) pres bond issue. The brick territory for in which he Is held by the youth

... ent. taxing purposes was practically the of the schools. Supt. Yowell saidr Y
Bids were called for and the rivalry same, but that proposition did not include Macon Last Sunday "The indications point to one of the L
became quite spirited, resulting in the any road through the city or to Morning very best years 'in.the history of the
Issue 'finally being awarded to the Narcoossee, and the brick advocates school," and to attain this end tie

First National Bank of St. Cloud which early gave up hope of winning the .. "Good bye, good luck, and God bless urged every student to put"torth his It
f institution was represented by its fight before the, people last Saturday. you- ," were the ,salutations showered best effort. He said he had observed
president, Senator Arthur E. Done The polls Were Opened at 8 o'clock, Company B of the Second I failures were caused from dividfed 't
jjan whose bid was $97,010.the bank and the voting was lively throughout KISSIMMEE AUTO CLUB upon when the boys, entrained Regiment Sunday - COMPANY I B BOYS AT, interest and condemned the practice

agreeing to furnish the blank bonds. the day, more than 250 votes being bound for Camp Wheeler I of street loafing for the boys) and too

Sealed bids received were as fol polled at each of the voting places in at morning Macon, Ga., where they will much recreation for the girls especially -
lows the city. Because of the ORGANIZED FRI. NIGHT go THEIR NEW
: differences into intensive training. QUARTERS on school "days. He said this ,
F. L. Fuller &: Co., Cleveland O., in materials being voted 'on and the No formal exercise arranged should not be interpreted as condem-

$05,377.88. amount 'of money called for in the prior to their' departure.was Kissimmee ing all recreation, for "There is a time

Roberson Humphrey, WardlawCo. bond issue, two places had to be provided A Kissimmee automobile club was has, since they were first called to Camp Wheeler, Sept 17, 1917. to work and a time to play," but the

., 9611260. for the election) and each taxpayer organized Friday night, which will service, continued to show the boysin We arrived today at 10:30: a.. m. and pupil. in his' opinion should attend
Groves &: Blanchett Toledo O., was-allowed to go to both polls affiliate with the Florida :State what esteem they were held byahowerinK' are nil feeling fine. Had a very nicetrip strictly to studies,days.
: and
$95,731. vote.
f ._. them with on route but our truck has not He spoke of the evil everywhere
Automobile Association and aid in th< everything they
Cummings, Prudden & Co. Toledo At the city hall the election of the j of (
: work of the state body. expressed a desire for, from special as yet arrived. prevalent dropping out of school
'0., 96567. brick proposition was held and before the ,full
out We have course was complete
Sunday dinners our tents pitched and will
The which held in the an auto truck and
meeting ,
Chas. H. Coffin, Chicago, 111.,'$96,- the brick total while vote cast only 2.voted for city hall was, largely was attended by not last minute program was In order. ocupy them tonight using the ground and closed his talk by, urging .the a

e 601.The 175 voted against the local autoists and Included a few Just the gathering of a vast crowd of for beds as our cots have not yet a faithful work ofc each pupil\ throughout
Hanehett Bond Co. brick, there
$100,000 being 31 ballots thrown out day of the school{
visitors from nearby towns.. the people, the stirring national air peared on scene. We are eig year.
out because of irregularity in mark mile from Macon and the of Prof. R. M. Evans' address to then
flat.This Central
Charles E. Hill, one of the field by the band, the strong grip of the.
latter bid stipulating that the ing. . .
pupils was and'to the
Railroad has point. He
The organizers of the association, had hand with the: "Good-by, Jim, take Georgia arranged ru
commissioners should allow the tom asphaltic road proposition was been in Kissimmee several days and keer of. your. se'f,"_ then the final a train for the convenience of the soldiers 1 stated that .MI... Myrtllla Beals, music
: pany $900 for attorney's fees and voted on at the old G. A. R. hall and i teacher had arrived
he was asked to state the object of flutter of hats and handkerchiefs as' leaving here at 8 a. m., returning ,, and was
blank bonds, and the First out of the 250-odd w
designate votes .cast, 180 present for the first day of the 'new
the train disappeared in. at 4 p. m. The; scehdule at night
the meeting. Mr. Hill i is the distance.
a convincing
; National Bank Lakeland were in favor of the $27bOtiO ,
as depository : bond issue is the train leaves at 8 term. The applause which followed
and returns at
speaker who is alive to the i Shortly before 10 o'clock Com-
for the funds without interest.. and, 60
only against 12 I the
> announcement
,, B formed in the 9; 20c.for the round trip. I don't graciously
'"t ""' Jl R. Sutherlm' &:: Co.;?*Kansas City thrown outol<;}:jqf-4\' ; {I\. sfwasTonly advantages which would come from a pany vacant lot near acknowledged
L : :;" 1 the and think any of the boys went in to Macon by'II. Beals who was
i'1'::1{ state-wide association of the autoists passenger depot a number of
o.Tt i $100,000,'provided I the I Commisjsioners IiltAtiNarcoossee) ( fej i 20 seated on the stage.
.' would allow' $3,490 'for'attor votes cast at each and i those}of J his I listeners*who S had pictures .t were .v,taken of "the boys. tonight for we didn't sleep at all
A4 voting place;20 be l last ''. Evans stated that Miss Eliza'
fees hesitated about"Joiifmjr'"the1'club"' at Then, escorted i"} by'the Kissimmee \\J night.-but,) \oh 4 you tomorrow
ney's and blank,, bonds. ing for bituminous concrete at beth Aultman
one night. It will expression teacher
this time became fully convinced that band, they marched around the Gray- undoubtedly find all the
G. B. Sawyer &: Co., $96,110, poll and the same 20 last
voting against reconsidered
boys In town. We are year her re
: camped t
etont block
and on a
{ The brick it was a good thing and joined at entrained at the foot
First ;
National Bank of St. at the other pollinapace.St.. [ hillside where will have full advantage fusel of that position and he con
of we
once. Possiel avenue, where their cars I))|
in three Cloud
put bids, the first be Tribune.ATHLETIC tinued: "I
am delighted
of the hot It will : to say she
t' M, Katz acted as tempory chairman were waiting. The people drew sun. be fine
ing $96,000 without condition. The up this will continue the work of that
---- close
I. second being $96,500, conditioned and the following officers of the and'passed in rapid procession : ment, which makes
the bank being allowed to upon ASSOCIATION Kissimmee club were named to grasp the hands of the boys who I i! There are many mascots in regi} now the faculty
t 1 name President leaned far out the windows ment--one bear, goats, dogs, ca Again the speaker was
depository. The third $100,00< lion. II Clay Stanford. and : e'
was ORGANIZED-1917.1918 interrupted the
conditioned the bank al First vice-president, Gay C. Living l laughed as they bade farewell to the rabbits: and so on, but we nave the quick applause of rk
upon being i i i best pupils.:
home all-Bill Coon. Bill madei
ir' town and its
ston. people. And this
to name the depository and Prof. Evans s
i "' provided the contract for constructing, A meeting of the athletic association Second, vice-president? Dr. T. M. good cheer was reflected from the i!i ;friends. with many people while en the coming term spoke of the work of'' '
of the Osceola crowd. For while route, especially with the ladies. They saying: "The'grnmmar -
f the road was let to parties satisfac high school was Rivers. no one minimized I i school
will be
T If' tory to the bank. ]held Wednesday afternoon in the Secretary, Attorney W. J. Steed. the (gravity of the national crisis, or'', would gather around' Biil Coon and strictly conducted on a I
departmental basis
in .
school auditorium to reorganize for Treasurer Roma the dangers which confront thee Bill would try to shake hands with as the
Terry Thomas. may
I., Briggs &: Co., Toledo, 0., bid them. highschool, with '
It $9fi,100. the coming school term. The officers The activities of the club will b boys; a concerted effort was made to I by one teacher every subject taught' ?
On motion of J. K. Hilliard. Sherifi'I" selected are: directed by a board of governorstom- show as brave a front as the boys Sergeant McLean waa in charge of tho school will grades below ;
grammar be conduct-:
I.. 'II .Ingram was appointed President William Arnold. posed of the above officers and four themselves, that smiles should brighten I j .the yards, box cars and "Sheep" Glat ed with'a teacher a
game Vice-president ill, Van and i! t.o each room. For
these last Campbell Leroy Lutz
: warden for the ensuing year !at a salary Miss Violet Bullock. 'members who were elected at this' minutes. greater convenience the
of $50 per month. Secretary-treasurer, Dick Bullock. meeting* These were: Messru. M. Here and there the tug at the heart-I were on guard. school will grammar

On motion of Commissioner ,Guy Sergeant-at-arms, Bert Wells. Katz A. S, Nelson' Fl 1 C. Bryan: and i! strings was too strong and Jim Buckles was,In camp this aft and the two occupy divisions rooms of downstairs the
County Surveyor Joe Johnston was instructed The purpose of the association is to Ex-senator A. <3. 1>011".1:1.: quivered, but smiles predominated I ernoon. He is slightly sunburned.andgetting grade will be fifth 3
r'. to survey and plat all roads promote the athletic activities of the Committees to assist in the work and the last glimpse of Kissimmee along fine, working every day ', In speaking to those upstairs.who failed
of the county and to confer with the school and every pupil in the high : of the club will be appointed from as the boys leaned from the slowly I Monk Quirk was over in our company earn their he to
clerk and attorney for the board school la. eligible to membership. Committees I time to time and President Stanford; I receding coaches will linger as a street this afternoon. to make the promotion best it, sail: "Try'
as of: and believe
to deeds for of will be appointed at an early hRs already named Messrs. I). ,G. pleasant memory. I W. O. Thomas; Harper Casler and WB,
rights '
f' way not now are doing best We for "
date and no time will be lost in Wagner Company B, at the time the Ward Estey, of the band were over to' can
on record. Mr, Guy asked that the get., Mayor J. S. Cadet, B. C. boys The enrollment of the r.ou.
surveyor be instructed to begin worK ting down to 'actual work. Miller, C. A. Carson and G. H.} Pra- I drafted into Federal service. numbered I i see us. They are looking fine. I the beginning of this week ;f
iJl'l' in his district, as the voters tf the t While the boys have not yet organ then as a membership committee. about sixty. Loyalty to their company I' We can't say how we like our camp 622 pupils, with 104 of totaled
jl', section would ask that a special road bed{ their football eleven, they havealready Mr. M. M. Smith, president of the has characterized them from I at this time, but will try tq like it for, in the high school. This i Ie that increase number''
plowed the first no doubt, there are worse in store for an
and bridge district be formed at an up a portion of the Florida State Automobile Association, and has enabled them to' of twelve over the '
early\ date, and that a bond electionbe gridiron in their first scrimri pgee. and Mr. A.. S. Blakely, secretary, recruit the company'to eighty men. i i i I us-but why should we worry. We ment of (last year. In opening the 'enroll "
Coach L. O. Their are men and can stand what other grammar'
Rogers former
held to decide whether the district seems pleased drove down from Orlando and attended captain, Howard M. grade 98
1 are enrolled in
with the Katz men have stood. We have the honor two divisions. -
should bond to build a good road from possible lineup'al'd every the meeting. Mr. Smith made a was "discharged for physical :' '
Canoe Creek to the Okeechobee. boun thing points to a laurel winning sea. short'"'talk explaining the importanceof disability when they were mustered I of "Kissy"do to protect and will certain New pupils will likely continue to 1

dary line, and Irom-Kenansville-nortn I BOB._ the work done by the Florida State into Federal service, and since that ly so.Will enter throughout the first
It has not been -" time. write... the news soon.CORRESPONDENT.. month and .,
i along the railroad track, which was definitely settledwho AutomobileAesociatlon; -- -- Lieutenant'.JarrelL.has been when the attendance officer G. a.-'
agreed to. will coach the girls' basketball Mr. Blakely made a short talk, i in in command. The .enlistment. of the .. Woodall, 'commences his work, '
it-' '
teams but it is men follows Company B, Second Regiment. ii
certain that
this im which he stated that the state association : I probable that a, few ethers will be
portant feature of girls' school life -had I First Lieutenant-Lee Jarrell.
on hand 200 danger signsand added to the .
: roll.Compulsory
Second ONCE
\" TRIPMrs. neglected. would be pleased to furnish the Lieutenant-Calvin B. Mc education will be
The athletic Cau
I association last :yearwas Kissimmee Motor Club with whatevei hen. ALL REGISTERED MEN live in
this district
the first
W J.
Fripp and daughter a success from start to finish First time.
and number Sergeant George W. Mc
maybe required in Osceola ; in the'
.,' Carolyn, returned for 0/ '' history of the county which
the was one of the Cowan. .
'strongest factors
i in
school. They Ofening' county. Mr Blakely also stated that WASHINGTON, Set. 18.-AH of will greatly support the teachers.e '
were guests and knitting together the individual interests the state Mess Sergeant-Wm. T.' Turner.
Mrs.xT3.. P. association would be able the 10,000,000 men registered for the < ;,::.. weeks. While Fripp in Miami of Miami they several much l school into spirit one which common interest called to furnish the Kisoimmee Motor Club Supply Sergeant-.Josh. L. Barber., draft may be called for examination
characterized Sergeants-William
k r enjoyed the many motor trips in Dade past term.ffhe prospects are auspic the with school about house fifteen signs to place metal near enameled school I Edw. Newton, Chas. L. McLean.Fortenberry,1) ice immediately determined and at their this fitness time,for accord serv NEW AUTOMOBILE COMPANY
: county, one of which "
t7 included Royal ious for the 1917-1918 season. houses. A committee Corporals-Edd C. Roberts,.Edward LOCATED
Palm State! Park. Later was appointed L. ing to a telegram sent to all state IN KISSIMMEE
they went Fennell -
Roy C Graves.
to investigate and make V
a at today.
report governors
over the Flagler System to Key West J. D. WOODBECK PURCHASES the next Cooks-Ernest )M.' Chas.
} to visit the George F. Archers' (Mr. meeting as to the number of Adler. Oliver G. The' advice of the governors was A new' bueneee{ has located In

.i. Frlpp's' sister.) There Miss Carolyn MOVING PICTURE BUSINESS signs Mr.required. Mechanic-.rLouis E. asked on the advisability of holding Kissimmee known as the Osceola F
Charles E. Perry
Hill made the
a short examinations for
had joyous experiences, with six possible Motor Company, which is the author-1>
Bugler Albert
jolly cousins in aquatic and otherports. J. D. Woodbeck has purchased the talk boarding explaining the the plans, for sign First Class- Privates F, Smith Wm. S. Ash- future draft calls at this time, while I ized .agent for the Ford Motor Company -.'.
state the
: They returned last week moving picture highways throughout local and district boards are in the for the original Osceola
busiress from ton
,s by B. the state. Also H. Best, Sam Harwell, Tice of the county,
boat to Ft. Myers and on the A. C. .L. Beacham Jr., known aa the Grand state association's explaining the McCulhster," James W. Oliver, Gar. swing One work. I that is tho present limits of the county
((5:!I; to Kissimmee. Amusement Company. Mr. Wood plans for national 1 field advantage' examining all and, that portion now included fII''..

'. .'In' Key West they frequently met beck will continue to operate the theater publicity azines. through the big motor' mug dall M.Reagan Thomas Robert, Will M.B.Tiller.Smith, Ran'- registrants l at this time ts that theywill the new county of Okeechobee. '
# the genial Ensign ''..Nelson Russell under the know their responsibility for I The is located In thGraystone
same name and will Senator C. Privates-: Ellis L. Anderson, Company
A. Jerry
and one day ran into the J- W. Browns furnish the public with the same serv: tion that the Carson made a mo T. Bartlett Theodore Bowen, Francis future calls in advance, and will be Casino Building, opposite)

t' .(of K simmee. .) who were touring -ic- of filma as they are now enjoying. pass a resolution Kissimmee tendering Motor the thanks Club J. Brown, Joe Butler, Dan W. Camp ,,,able It arrange is estimated their affairs that accord I the, passenger depot. They are prepared ,,

the state. .. Mr.: Woodbeck' has beet connected of the club M.M. bell, Edw. L. Campbell Ja.. F. Davis approximately to supply Ford ran. Ford parts
to : Smith'for'thwork 2,000,000 men have been called !
At Ft. they'
Myen had pleasant with business interests of Kissimmee Marvin Driggers. Marvin C.: and will conduct an exclusive general
that he has Dupont
tour with Mr. and Mrs. H.'W. Grady for a number of years and, without accomplished as a Carl E. Ericson Frank A. for examination in the first draft, and : Ford service and repair station.'
also met :Ralph.Beardon and Graham doubt the theater-will grow in popularity member In .,of the State for Road Department Carl W. Glattli. Willie Hendry Clattli, coal the"e are about 8.000,000, men left. T.' B. Walker and B. Bryan of Jack ftlH
securing Osceola Examination
'Y ou.ngloyal. . ..,Klmlttmee, boys. : under his- management.Martha .:"- $20,000 state and federal aid for county read tor I.;-'Hyde, Robert John. John G. 000, registrants of it was the ?entire said today,OOOr, capable sonville business the of of the the firm right are

." building, this being the largest Lanier, Ludous P. .Lanier,. Edw. L. make take the better ef toe .
part remainder will
and be
Mr. ADd'frs. 8.'A.-Zuhars of South Dfiiwi i .''Bell Harris- and amount secured by Any county south Lutz, James Mathany, Paul McKee of the year. stamp a rreat addition to
the business circles of
the where1
., 'Portsmouth, Ky., arrived In the city Maorine Dann left.Tuesday,night fo of Columbia county Th. resolution David L. 0'Ben7'J Joseph F. Parrish, . they are'cordially welcome city.. ,.

"Wednesday to" spend some time.. 'Mr. ,Tallahassee to resume! their studies a rcoat unanimously adopted by the club. Horace sick ROOM Situ B. The tourist season ia opening -early They will identify themaelvee-with), .'

"Zuhars own com* property near Ki.- the Florida State College foe Wom.n .n. ._ The next m.etlngdate -was not fully Stewart... Robt L. Sumner' Homer'J. for Kissimmee and a, Dumber of our the Intereste of the city by residing'here :', '

f .' simmer and may: decide )t;o locate! h. Miss Grace Winn. leave tomorrow to, winter residents have already ..beenDoted" > and Mr. Walker expects his wife .
'. permanently. ., i/L Jobs them.. (Cetttuwed. Mt PapU l. (Continued en, Pap 4)) on. our street*.. and BOn to join him }to a few day*.
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St.o Cloud" Department i New Ford Service Station *:

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Mr. B. Bryol1"l1d Mr. T. B. Walker of Jacksonville
L. D. Lamb sold the old MintrayS'"ace their regularmeetlmr on Monday afternoon ;
a on Ohio avenue on Monday' 'to with a fair attendance.The .
r, R. M. BucktnasUr. Rev. Peters filled the M 1. E. ( have been appointed Authorized
pulpit last Sunday'moming.. His subject -
Mr. and Mrs. Oren the Beauchamp was "Confidence in God. Rev. Agents for the Ford Motor Company for
:who have, been pending summer
Beauchamp preached in the evening.
with Mr. Bcauchamp's parents, left: Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, who arrived Osceola and have
: on Tuesday for their home at Colby, County, opened temporary
here some time ago from the'North,
Kansas. '
have purchased the Petitt property on Building
Mr and Mrs. W. H. Tunnicliffe Indiana avenue. quarters in the Graystone ,

t>pent Monday in Orlando. Mrs. Hall, on Columbia avenue, has THE UNIVERSAL CAR !
.:Mali Arrwosmith, who has been been quite sick for some time. opposite the. A.. C. Lr passenger station. .. '
spending I his vacation with his parents Mrs. Sanborn of Kissimmee, Is. the NO ADVANCE IN PRICESThe I

>sere, returned on Sunday to Tampa. gue t this week of ]III'. .and Mrs. Ford is an honest car in the fullest sense of The Agency will. be ,known. ,as the Osceola ..'

Hume H. Mayes,:Jr., of Caruthersville. George Barber on Massachusetts ave-. the term-built on an honest design with honest materials '
Mos, arrived Saturday last and sold at an honest price with the assurance of Motor Company and 'will be prepared to
ia-with his aunt, Mrs. K. II. Hatcher nue.Mr.. Bunnell was a Kianimmee calleron honest performance land an equally honest; efficient
for the winter. :Monday.Mr. after-service. Besides, it has been proved b yond supply Ford. Cars oud'ord parts and, do
Mrs E. C. McEwan and little son I Ousbaugh, wife and three lIons question that the Ford is most economical, both to operate ''
left Monday for 'a visit with her moth of Detroit, Mich., nrilvod ",hcie last and maintain. It is one of the utilities of daily .1 a general repair business for Ford Service,
er at Lakeland, Florida. Friday l hy' auto and are the guests of life. Your 6rder solicited. Efficient after-service Is' -
s Ex-Mayor' May, of .Kissimmoe, 'was Mrs] AUKhau h's' mother on Oregon behind every Ford Car,' Runabout, $345; Touring: Car, employing first classFord Mechanics. We
a St. Cloud visitor 'on Wednesday. 'avpnue and Twelfth street. S360/; Coupelet $5 Miss Ronnie RicketU! ,.who has been The Lake Shore Club expect to Une-ton'Truck Chassis, $GQO. All F.O.B. Detroit. will the of Osceola
; be glad to meet people
+ + spending' her vacation with hllr'pal'" have a roast beef supper at the .clubhouse
rnts, here left on Sunday for Tampa, Thursday night,, '
fA-here "he'llt training for a nurse. :Mrs. J. W. riuncher was a business Osceola Motor Co. County and give any information de ired.',

Mr. John BohlayVr returned no 1'ii- caller at Kisftimmeo on :Monday; '
lr day lat from Pennsylvania. ;Miis! Cadman of N'arcoosstee was a- KIS&IMMEE. FLA. Place your order at once for a car.
Mr..L. D. Lamb was a caller at Kls- 1 St. Cloud visitor on Tuesday.G. Author zpdgents for Osceola
fiimmee' on Tueltda)'. W Hastings has purchased the BRYAN T.County B. WALTER '.
>!Ii"s Rose :McKenzie left 'Monday Van Arsdale: lot on Pennsylvania ave- .

evening from Tallahassee, where she ,
t will attend school, taking the teacher' nue.On Thursday, September 6th.! W. S. I ,-=
rourse. : Alyea, left fpr a short 'trip- to Sb. Josackeonville >. I
T.M..A.tmupJ.t: ] ttlha.7wConn .Alc.cll".("" "4.11 ..,lo(4.. l 4-0"' 3SRT )sc ola J IVIotor 1 Co.:
Mi's."J.." K.:"' on Monday\ \ Sept. Miami & Tampa 'Inter-I

17th, and left a baby girl weighing urban Railway] Company, with QJUVI t-
7 ]-4 pounds. million dollar stock.
-it Mr. M, E. Lowe was a Kissimmee 'C, P. Stanton and daughter arrived --,
Service Station
visitor on Monday. last week from the North for the win-

The Army and Navy Union held! ter. -.. ,
.. nnup' .

ster big rattlesnake at. the kitchen KISSIMMEE FLORIDABryan
SHINGLECREEK steps Monday. ,

r -. &: Walker, the only authorized Aunts for Osceola County

We-are enjyoing this cool) weather DEER PARK ;...... 'J

which we have been having for the
past few days and everybody is very
busy putting in crops for the winter. Under the supervision of Miss Mat- --- -- ..

Chas. Garrett was a business callerat tie Tyson, teacher, the school children; HARDY AVOCADOES FROM LARGELY INCREASED YIELD HOW'TO ,ADDRESS SOLDIERS. Subscribe the Valley C.--; ;

Kissimmee Saturday. are now beautifying their playground. MEXICO AND GUATEMALAA -
Many\ do not know how to addressthe
Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Cromartiewere
The school house is filled to its capacity VALUABLE FRUIT CROP .
: visitors at the Westfall House soldiers in camp and the follow.
Saturday. and all are enthusiastic in Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 6. ing: is the proper. style to insure delivery
Hardy avocadoes represent a new Your Grocer ,
Miss Mildred Anderson visited her school work and:!praise of their teacher. fruit crop of immense value for win- Chambers of Commerce and Boards of : Ask -

home here Saturday and Sunday. ter residents as well as those per- Trade, Alabama, Florida and Private G. W. Smith I

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Tyson were visitors ,Messrs. Hopkins & Kempfer have manently located here, as the fruit Georgia. Co. D, 2nd Fla. Reg.: For
at the T. E. Ivey home Sunday. ripens throughout the entire attention of the
built a plank elevation connecting year Gentlemen: The \ Camp "i '
Mr. Thomas Ivey of Loughman
and the of to dis-
.a visitor here Saturday and Sunday. 'their new warehouse and store. They tant markets possibility lies in these shipping newly: dia- I i various Chambers .of Commerce and Macon, Ga. 'CHEEKMEALSCOFFEES
also making extensive Improve- of Trade is invited to the im-
Mr. and Mrs Arthur Alderman and are covered avocadocs from Mexico Boards
llosea Alderman callers the ments in the store, remodeling the interior hardy increase Whenever You Need a General Tonic
were and Guatemala. I poi'lance of caring for the large Take drove'..-
P. G. Cromaftie home Sunday. i I in and of sweet
I These of semi-tropical acreage yield
of1 type avo-
Mr. J. B. Prevatt Waldo Fla., The Old Standard Grove' Tastelesschin
Mr. G. C. Bronson made a business cadoes differ from the older and better I potatoes in Alabama, Florida and'o
to Winter Garden spent a day in Deer Park recently. Tonic is equally valuable as a
trip Tuesday. known tropical sorts which have been o Georgia; for 1917 over 1910. as per
I General Tonic because it contains the
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. D. Overstreet Messrs. Will Sanders and R. M. below
in small for in'the figures :
/grown a way years well known tonic properties QUININE
of Miami, Fla. in Deer I
were Kissimmee callers Monday.Mr. Huntley were
aid: Mrs. M. M. Miller and Mr. Park last week soliciting dental work.' from coast Dunedin regions around of Rockledge.South Florida I i I i 1918 Bu. 1917 Bu.. Inc. Bu. out and IRON.Malaria,It Enriches acts on the the Liver Blood, Drivel and Best By Every Test
,and Mrs. J. R. Bronson and children Mrs. C. R. Sylvester and son left Alabama 9
The Mexican type is usually a Builds the Whole System. 60 cents.
:were callers at the G. C. Bronson for a few. weeks' visit at Daytona, smaller fruit with thin skin, ripeningin 6,290,000 14,824,000 8,534,000 up .:>'

home Sunday. Fla. summer and fall, trees of which r'c'.

Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Bronson are occupying CONVENTION AT SAN FORD are fruiting in Clearwater, Tarpon I Florida2,500,000 3,038,000 538,000 <0" 0 00 000 OO't ...o o. .U 0.0 ffUtt 00 ...00000000. ..
the J. II Joiner home at : Springs, Waldo, Gainesville, etc The Georgia

present.We are. glad to know .that Miss_ SANFORD -Fla., Sept. 19.-Arrangements freeze partly or of wholly February and defoliated'knocked off them the 7,520,000' 10,148,000 2,623,000 The Silver Sea Hotel
.Elizabeth' are being made for the '
and Catherine' Moseley Total tui'' N ,.
bloom, but :"not the smallest.twig was .a!' "" "' "
have recovered from the measles and entertainment of, over: .500jj!\ men.t on ""
000 8,010,000 11,700,000
injured'!;,andjtheyvfeare.) #:now fulllofj CBEACH CORONADO FLA. .
we 'trust no one:else>will :have,themj OctoberJ OthSl} Othjand|1 Ithlv.WesleyfBiblMCUsslFederaUontmeet. lATLAN .. ,

Mr,: Dan Keen JandfMrsJ| !$Walter ; ? hardylsortjslshprnefowners'agamq.Atfew.IofLthesefextra; I be'PlantedLhY all These)figures are taken from j|the JU't-ui''IV'' ." , \ '"- ;\ ,I Ir ,\"-.'. ::',:: ,oJ', ." ;,
Now under the
.! of A. Fred
Uronson and daughter;wei'e,callers at InjthisfcityWItlisfeixpectedlthatrevferyj rmonthlyjtrop) 'reportroflthelUHS, :Ag.ricultural"Departmentpublished [ open, management
.1nterlor.pl1rt .0 "ih.Cusine "
t the Newland homeSunday] $RjlHHtt hurch" Unlthel" Florida south and middle'Florida"as'tFe111""aremore < July the best. Shore Dinner Auto Meets; all trains
The"achool 'Is'*!"" progressing nicely Conference 'will send its delegationof hnrdy than trees, when 1st1917.! The'entire'increase, in the a Specialty. at :
with Miss Iva Niswonger teacher one or more men to this 'conven-- I matured. orange United States in' 1917 over 1916 is 11- New Smyrna. '
Mr. F. lI.o Tyner_and_ Mr. Walter tion. bushels bushels I
241,000 or 459,000
The Guatemalan type is AS hardy, $2.50 Day. Weekly Rates
have been made for per upon application.
Bronson made business Arrangements
a trip to less than the increase in the three
or'4 more so, than lemon tree', and (
immee : reduced rates on the railroads and Special Week End Rates. .1'
Monday 'I should l he grown in. South Florida above states. It wilt, therefore, be of
Mr. W. W. Ivey of Loughman wns it is expected that many will take I' the utmost importance that the I
here :Monday and we understand he. ndvantage of these rates to sed the |fail jeneially: The fruit ripen in' late I of every business. man; in cooperation your :: MRS. SARAH H CARR Ouiittr. A. fKfO FALCK, Manattr. : t t.o.00040H'
winter and
I spring holding in
has purchased, Cha Garrett's fnut. "Celeiy Cit Several 1 prominent !some case" until July: These ..1 community be given the farmers in . 0060oO.0 0.000..04. ''' .. t..O O C.06H ,\

e Mr.. and Mrs. Partin and son of speakers' will he present and an entertaining I must' excellent <)quality and averacpfirper are ; jour territory in harvesting and carPing ___. ___ ., .__ i
Klssimrneo, made! a flying trip out and instructive program, J for this this and
1 than the :Mexican but smaller crop year, preserving .N
here Monday. has been arranged for the guests of ..ttOO..t ..... .O..OO ,, hs'o9ao4ooao04o SiN
j !Iran, our largest \Ve t Indian kinds from lows this valuable food
Mrs. A. H. Bronson killed a mon- the com'ention. and to protect against loss
and thick crop any
having u :'tough skin will
'-u_ to the farmer, by building or causing Cold for Fresh Meats f
-- - - - - --- snip to mot distant iniiket Barely. : i Storage (
to be built suitable warehouses for
In California, these orts are l bftij:'
,1J-:!1111111Il1111111111111111111111111111111l11111111111IIIIII/ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII@. planted quite extensively, but there the curing and storing of the crop for t 1

.=: == !I., a limited area wicn! will g-ow 1917.Will Eggs Vegetables Etc. :
them. you not a? a lady and as Indi- i :
Taking the Guatemalan a' viduals lend your best efforts to( assisting -
-This War Will]] Be Wonon type\ as
in this ? -!
whole, 1 d6 not .know of emergency : ':
= . = valuable from the horticulturist's Yours. very truly, : .
the Farm"Need .
standpoint, for general planting in a Storage all Meat \
= wholesale way for Manatee county Agri. and Imml. Agent. on 1.2 cent pound, Fifteen Days. j\j(
for more food is world-wide.. Crop coast sections. Avocadoes grow in CLIP THIS AND PIN Curing Pork ready for smoking 1 l-2c. pound "
= prices promise to remain high indefinitely It = .very indifferent soils, where citrus per "t
i = is the duty of every Florida Grower to strive _== trees would not do at all preferring ON WIFE'S DRESSER Curing and Smoking, 2c per pound. )
rather moist land -
fast like the
grow '
= to literally make every acre produce its ut peach and fruit in two or three years Cincinnati man tells how to nhriv

= most. Fertilizers should be used liberally and = from setting the grafted trees. up corns or t.VIimes BO they Bring us your hogs the day they are killed. We will do'J
:_ purchased now.. You need the very best fer- = The avocado has a food value equalto lift off with fingers. the . ur

= tilizers obtainable, for this is certainly not a eggs or lean meat, is more easily rest. !,
time experimenting.. digested than almost any other formof Ouch I ? I T I I This kind of rough ., I
t -.- nourishment, and in the tropical talk will be heard less hero in town if

countries where it has made itself a people troubled with corns will follow I KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE j '
home it is a staple_ article of diet, the-/simple
; .1iiiIIuJ not' only for tumana but for certain authority, who claimes..that a few o008d0084Pt .. .. .
... .
== domestic animals
: as well, The oil drops of a drug called freezone when ;
content runs very high, in some instances applied to a tender, aching corn er ;y9i

to 30 per cent. and not only hardened callus stops soreness at once .;+.*0.......... .. to o. .. O..u.- ..+...........: i
does this make it highly appetizingand and soon the corn or callus dries up, 4 ,
(1VegJetable and CarusFertilizers nourishing, but in addition gives and ]fits right out without pain. ;
the food the..soothing laxative influence He says freezone dries.immediately EXCURSION RATES
( of olive
oil. and never. inflames or even irritatesthe
When a severe freeze damages the surrounding skin. A small bottleof _.
-v young trees the bark never splits as freezone will cost very little at any
'm == in/ citrus trees, but the limbs die to a drug store, but will positively remove FROM KISSIMMEE

:=:: : certain point, then new shoots come every hard or soft corn or callus, from r.

r' *'*, == Include 45 reliable formulas, made from well =::5 dying out and back grow and vigorously uncertainty; there as is no in one's women feet.will welcome Millions this of announce-American $44,65 New York $42.65 Philadelphia : .
== known, standardized materials of proved =_= citrus, no matter if the weather is ment since the inauguration of the ,
crop-making ability-a line designed ::::: very dry. Their power of :
== complete recupera high heels. If your druggist doesn't
f ''E to get biggest possible crops under ::::: tion exceeds that of citrus immeasur- have freezone tell him to order a $&0,40 Chicago $40,15 Cincinnati ; ;

E average Florida conditions: Many are the well ;_ how ably, and trees I will gladly out since show the visitors small bottle for you.ADVERTISED. t4 :i
? my came cold
,= known original Armour brands-(of which = '
I am growing 30
snap. over varieties
E'tens of thousands of tons have actually been = in these hardy types in my test LETTERSFollowing $44.40 St.. Louis jj ,

?' = Florida--with) no change except; ::::: orchard, using various stocks, and! '
is the list of uncalled
t, == slightly less potash. Particulars free from ,, = hope t. have valuable data in the '
Tickets On Sale
postoffice Daily With Final Limit October 31st. jj
== ., -= near future. E N. REASONER, letters remaining in the at 4I.1i.,
= < a"r Oneco,. Fla. Kissimmee, Florida, for the two weeks .
r Wafer :& Carson Grocery Co Agents THROUGH SLEEPERS ;!
, ending October 1 1917: PINING CARS.. ; : ;
NEW GROCERY TO OPEN Miss LIllie Anderson, Eddie Barber, ,. VIA ; i

:5 Armour Fertilizer Wdrka '' . == ABOUT OCTOBER FIRST Jones Facon, Miss E. Hereson, Jerry f J
= ,.. *" ," = Hills,.Mrs. Mattie Mamy, E. B. Thom
os "'4, Jacksonville, Fla. ,1 1Get ,' .j. =: B. Dickerson it having: his store as', .Mrs. Lille Title, Miss Nellie William ; Atlantic Coast Line: i A

,& ;;; room corner Broadway and Drury *, Sinn Williams.B. '
d r -- Ave., cleaned and renovated and B. SIMPSON Standard Railroad! of the'oid : :
.( tables and bins installed preparatory Postmaster. .it;

i Yours Now == to opening a grocery store alout the .L .For ticket. 'and reaerratloitt eaU N. '-, ..
first of October.Mr. DrI.Out Malaria Bolide Up System ;. 'T M. SMITH. .. .' : :; 4ti: !;
Dickerson to Tfc.04_".Id MMI -.w. T A: K\M9lmm '
expect a rx : .
carry p. ,
TATJCKM 1 ,drives WrMaJuia.nrtchn
Oaov-a ehiu TON ic : 'II- A..T./ .
t ; full, line of fancy.and family groceries tbeblo.A..dbsiM..ptY..rr ,........ -...... ....-.' .. ... ..... .t : 'i
at' jniiiiiiiiijfjiiijjiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' / IIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIfr/ / ,,grain, feed, etc. ...... A true tonic.:Wat.Atu ud cWlar a. tat ... .. .. ..'.....J. fid a ': i
":'" ..a-\.or-t., ... ,, ; :' ':, : J '
l ., .. "... (" ,. ,Jt. '" "''''' .....1(, ',.1, ..,.P.. .J-/4."'"" jk "' ..''. ,. .,, .. -._"". w A ..
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..l MAKES- YOU SICK. AND SALIVATES IN ERADICATING CATTLE.TICKS, NotThink I. Do .All Of CatarrhMyrtle Sufferers- ,' ,'b

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: &'1JIIIHI'1 Unr TOM" Is Hirarifss Ti Here's gual'&lltee--G' to any drag After one season of dlpiling cattle to control the tick, members of the 1 hare taken St. Beverly fOur bottles, Mas,of writes Penraa.: 1 t
store and get a 60 cent bottle of Dod .
.Ii,' deal Year'Sluggish Uvtr M>n'. Liver Tone. Take a spoonful and Myrtle, Grove Farmers' Association -la Eacambla 'county, ,Florida became BO and I can say that it baa done mea
I: great deal of
food for catarrh of I
if it doesn't straighten you right up .enthusiastic about the benefits they bad derived that they wanted to Interest Ever Felt' the head and throat. I recommend "
lid Bowels. ;
: and make you feel fine and vigorous I _
want you to go back to the store and every one In the county. and eradicate the ticks. Peruna to all sufferers with catarrh. .!
make sick. It's oD'. Liver Tone I do not think: I ever felt much better "
K TTghl I Calomel you get your money: l'IocJ ** a MuchBettcr
; horrible! Take. doee.ofthe dangerous In destroying of calomel because They carried the campaign Into the public schools by offering three ten I am really surprised at the )
I: work I can do. I do I not think too t
K; drug tonight and tomorrow you may IbM it is real liver medicines entirely vegetable dollar gold pieces) as prizes for essays on the subject of tick eradication. much '
". a day's work. therefore it can not. salivate. or I praise can be said for Poruna. ;,J
,,( Calomel is mercury or quicksilver make you sick.I ,tbe awards to be made by a committee at tbe Myrtle Grove picnic on : Those who object to liquid medicines ' .
t' which cause nncrofei. of the bone guarantee that one spoonful of Dod 6th .//WinUm HlnchUSe.; No._20 II can prefejre Peruna Tablets. '
Calomel, when It come into contact son's Liver Tone will put your sluggish April -. -- ---- !i
with .ur bile crashes into it,. breakingit liver to work and clean your bowel. of About 500' people attended the event, and, besides awarding. prizes and BECAUSE ,(
up Tbis is when you feel that awful that sour bile and constipated waste .'fte
nausea and cramping. It. you are plugpish which I. clogging your system and making reading of tbe prize!! essays, .a .number of talks were given on the subjectof -
:' and "all knocked out," if your : you feel miserable. I guarantee thata '(O. n. Glasgow" In th, Montgomery ONe Wild oNt.YruR
j : liver i* torpid and ..fiowel constipated bottle of odaou'. ,Liver Tone willkel'p tick eradication, followed by dipping,', demonstration in the MyrtleGrove Because some Advertiser men in khaki) coat FOOoauYS-'

.,.. ,. or you have headache' diuinesa, coated your entire family. feeling fine for vat.There Are marching out to war, KNOWSWELL fOUR
tongue, if breath i II bad or stomach sour, month. Give it to your children It I. Beneath n. turn old flair that float.
.' foI.... just try a spoonful of harmless Uodaon'a harmlet doesn't gripe and (hey like its ere a number of athletic events In the .afternoon for the girls Became As proudly they aa will before not stop or stayt \.AMB WILL o t
"" Liver Tone tonight, on my. guarantee pleaaant taste and boys. Hut march with saner tread, 1 KETHEPRI2E\ '
-- -- --
. A little baby far away _
CREDIT The essay writing contest aroused when once eradicated 'the ticks are Blerp Barely In her bed. __
I great interest In tick eradication work gone forever" Because some trim gray ntlpeU UpL
/JACKSONVILLE CANTONMENT throughout tbe county as the children Stand always silently "
following excellent statistical Many Reasons Favoring Work Where each dull ahttwdow galls afiJ :: ?)
their I
discussed the subject in homes swells
.and other data concerning Florida has 15th Sej.lember, IS 11. and studied whatever available literature Mabel Adklnson, grade seven Myrtle Upon a rvfctteM-iieai. l tBeeause -

E been prepared at the expense of a Editor<< of the Vauynsctte. .. .., Kis)Ii.-- they could get In order to try Grove school.-"'Eradicate the With keen tltvlr nnd lonely wakeful watch thy*, keep,
-- rye
:, number of Southern newspapers for meet Florida, for one of the'ten dollar gold pieces. tick' Is the cry that resounds through A little child may safely Bleep THE LAMB WE SELL as

.:' publication in the Literary Digest of Dear Mr. Editor: 1 am a Floridian I This feature can ,very profitably be the corridor of'our' fair south'' land. Until the, .unSS.haU.rbsa------- . .... M

'. September 22:, living in Washington and I try to staged,. commercial clubs or farm When the farmer realties what. this Because .orne swift and shadowy would and give she'd the Sphinx wake an appetite long' +
million tourist Florida .. cry means to the cattle and dairy Hold patient guard on high.'" up
Florida entertains keep a pretty close tab on . organizations In all other counties Like bird or Mall .hl enough to ask where that particular 4
or ldlnif
guests every year. affairs and the doings of the Florida.. where there is some necessity for stimulating Interests 'of Florida; ;to the scientific a stormy sky; wingsAgainst meat order came from. Our
Florida raises the first- and finest delegation in Congress. This being!: interest in the tick eradication and profitable agricultural' Interest of Because a strange. light spread andAcrosaa .reputation for consistent

vegetables and fruits for the national true, it was natural that I should work, to get the county. free of ticks this section, '"and to the prosperity. of darkened way is as strong as the, pyramids of
., market-over $24,000,000 worth last take quite a bit Of ,interest in the : and released from tick fever .quarantine the south IUI'a whole he would never A little haby softly sleeps Egypt.{ 4f
'.year.She. efforts of the delegation to, secure a cease In'hIs efforts to rid this fair Until the dawn of day.
produces more Havana cigars quartermaster's camp for 'Jackson at an early date I land of that awful pest, the cattle ,-" r !5
The Qulnlno That Doss Not Affect th HwtBenune
: alone turned ville. few after the
A matter Experiment
;;!;I;;: '' . ;bfUb.Jlavana.TaroPJi> days Not An tick.
'out over'J ,SOU000: lIY JiritvaryBISt. .....fRI lddw'a.a.oLContress .: "As long an the tick stays In tbe of!it. tonic end laxative exert I.AXA.
(r, 000,000 In 19tf.': One, of Tampa's reading the Florida papers, 'r- lI G>ring ''dt+e'a" +tetreerlMa+aOraa+..t l" .1ftnH. 1'I"1tlOa.ru1D.' ; ." ..,MQIl9.get LQiatatoerett4-o'TIVK BII.OMOQUININKI.beU.rthaa" <..._-not.came sSrvoume..nor obituary City Market
;,: cigar factorieseenjoys the unique distinction and to my amazement saw articles three prize essays,. giving name of author a good price for his stock hides rmgliig tieftil;--'Rmrftib.Ttl Hlo4 aid ="
of being "Purveyprs to. the .that Jacksonville had been successful grade, school and most Import or dairy products. His stock will die look lor the lgnature ol B. W. CKOVU. Y1c.1, I

I'!. Court ef Spain." 4in getting the camp and giving ant points brought out: of Texas fever,. 'he cannot Introduce -

T Florida. fishing industry gives employment .. entire credit for same to. Senator) Edna Jones'!,. grade .six..Ferry Tans, pure' bred stork into his herds and
p, to thousands of men and Fletcher I want to say rfR-ht-heve -school No.v-4.-''Only a part ot the he (cannot sell Ills cattle or hides In ..
f hundreds of vessels. Over $2,000,00(1( and I cannot make it too emphatic, growth of the tick takes place on the the northern markets for the same J

+I'I', worth of red snapper, shad, green that 'Hon. W. J. Sears, representing cattle, the rest takes place on the price as the western stock man receives. -
o turtles, etc., are caught annually and the fourth district is the man chiefly ranges and pastures. The female tick For these and many other I The Favorite Store of Kissimmce. I
1" ,shipped North. The shrimp industry responsible for getting that camp. reasons the tick ought to be eradi
which sticks to the skin of the cattle, "
'I, alone amounts to over $1,000,000 a Mr. Sears took the initiative in' the
year. Express records show 27,000 matter and was its leading spirit draws large quantities of blood which Kathryn Wehmeier, grade eight, Joseph p

J barrels of raw shrimp shipped' out of from first to last. I don't supposethe increases her body, then falls to (the D. Lockey school.-"Eradicate.
Fernandma last year. Over 60,000 'idea of R'ettlnlthe: camp ever ground and searches for a. place to lay the tick and we will Improve our
barrels were canned. Shrimp, oyster occurred to Senator Fletcher until her eggs: breeding stock. Free traffic 'will be FURNITURE ?

1.;, and clam canning plants are in nearly after Mr. Sears had started to workon ."From each egg Is hatched a six carried on between the.north and the i
a' every coastwise town. One concern in it, yet' Senator. Fletcher is given legged seed tick. This tick clings to south stock farms will take the placeof !'. t

1'.' Pensacola has a fleet of thirty vessels entire credit. Ohl! if the people of weeds<< grass and shrubs waiting for turpentine camps and sawmills, and
: constantly catching red snapper Florida only knew of the "stuff' that the cattle, and it the cattle do not flowers Florida will but also not only be a land of '
',:" for making canned chowder and potted goes out of Washington labeled come that way they die of starva stock raising agricultural
in St. "news.' -WE HAVE IT !
:t, fish. A $300,000 plant tion. n <" "The future progress of tick eradica-
Petersburg is to catch sharks and Now, I am aware of course, that
f' snake. leather from their skin getting the camp for Jacksonville is "During its life in the pastures the tion depends mainly I upon two factors,.
seed tick does not take any food and the amounts appropriated by the Federal
with not matter of immediate
k *. Timber and lumber products a or and State government, and the
tar turpentine and ship stores amount interest to Kl slmmee. I ani writing doe not increase In size. Further development hearty,cooperation of the people. Let I
r to. over $15,000,000 annually. I this letter because I think Mr. Sears begins when the'tick us eradicate the tick and make Es- I
Most .of the fullers earth in the I has been done a great injustice and reaches' cattle, horses 'or mules and cambia county a white spot on the la connection with oar Hardware fin*'wo carry n compIeU"Eno ''

United States and $40,000<< worth of because I believe hit home folksshould' begin to draw blood from the animals.As map In 1917. of furniture. Wo asks a specialty outfitting homos an*! )
"The eradication of the cattle tick ,
kaolin comes from Florida.In know he Is on the job and tbe life of tbe seed tick Is limitedto
the mining of phosphate rock for working for his district all the time. four months unless It gets-on a cow, Is the a agricultural problem of Interests prime importance of this sec to handle reliable ..... ......._ ......_ _.. _" ,.t'.:...

fertilizers Florida rivals any districtin If the "chaff" and "bunk" were eliminated horse or mule, it is readily seen that tion. The elimination ot the.tick will
the world. The total value of phos- from the news and credit was those ticks which have failed in' this give a tremendous Impulse .to southern Bed .Room Furniture
phate in 1915 was $3,762,239. given only when something was real- to death. farming, put southern dairying on Dining* '
She is the only state that produces ly done, some people wouldn't get starve a 'more scientific basis and give a t
"It Is not an experiment A state of prosperity the Room Kitchen Parlor
of commercial value. Tarpon their names in the papers so often. greater measure to Suits Outfits ?
Springs could be free'of ticks in six months: south as a whole.
ships more than $500,000 Very respectfully, + <(
,worth annually.Her . ROBERT M. FORD. nr' Suits Odd Chairs Rockers, $
shipyards in Jacksonville are But found that movie, church and '
building vessels to help in the war.. ST. LOUIS LIVE I STOCK MARKET .maid Couches Etc. 1-
Last year Florida's manufacturing SPECIAL REPORT I W.C.T.U. COLUMNOur I Press, parlor, club and street and

industries amounted to $71,869,656. glade, --T -,? J
a Her farm products were valued at All flaunted votes-for-women wide.' '
$84,335,164 and this year they will National' Stock Yards, Illinois, Washington superintendent of' So to escape, he went and died. TfcU store b making a record for itself In the Matter of

run higher. As a' Florida newspaper I .:" ,- > Sept. 11, 1917. legislation, Margaret Ellis says, when < -qnidentified. helping people to outfit home. Come and .... Oar prices an ;
announced lately] "The potato growiera TODAY'S RECEIPTS: Cattle, Congresswoman, Jeannette Rankin 's'SB>'" .t' '1 ;" .. I ;
of St. Johns county? have made so COOOfhogs! 6000;'sheep 2000. '' made her first speech, she was heard ''c .\$Story'*one { Narcoosaee'. "

;;, ,much money this year,that, they t i are. '&S CATTLE.".There has been a general! by;crowded galleries and every.mem*. successful 9 citrus ijfruitj growers/Ji was
P fitting their farms up with city con active?trend I to f the f market,'\but no her of the House in the citywas presJ: in the cityQofonday rightTOOLS

veniences. Several farmers in that material advance for steer cattle.' The ent: Sha was frequently applaudedand ' "
county have abandoned lamps and best that can be said is the market is made a fine impression. Miss LEMON 'JUICE IS FOR ENGINEERS
have put in small electric light plants. on a strong basis. Real good fat cowsor Rankin is making herself felt in congressional FRECK'LE REMOVERGirls
l to light their houses and grounds." mixed stuff sold a shade higher but circles and is a thorpughly I

This little newspaper. paragraph common classes show no Improve- up-to-date woman.MajorGeneral I No matter what kind of an Engine yon have-Gas, Steam,
Make this lotion
eupplies the keynote of great possibilities ment. John J. Pershing cheap beauty
I Railroad Stationary Carinn-wo hare exactly the Tools (.
in Florida for advertising: QUOTATIONS: Good to choice says: There was a time when it wasa to,clear and whiten your skin.
selling goods: to the well-to-do farm- grass steers $8.50 to $9.50; medium to natural part of a soldier's existence need in your everyday work-Wrench**, Hammer, Oiler, ete,

": ers. When a man gets to the point good $7 to $8; common to medium $6 to drink and carouse. That day is I I Squeeze the juice of two lemons intoa all of the best quality and workmanship, and at price that will

;y of installing an electric light plant to $7; fat cows $7 to $8; medium past with the soldier sworn to defend bottle containing three ounces of surprise yon. This store has the reputation of. Ita.dliarDIT r
: on his property, he ought to be a cows $6 to $7; cutters $5.75 to $6; his country's flag, and representing
I orchard white shake well hardware that i i. of superior quality and will make mistake
g' specially good prospect on anything canners $5 to $5.25; yearlings: $6 to the power and dignity of the nation. and you yon no
in the line of labor-saving. machinery, $6.26; heretics $6.75 to $7.50; veals Strong muscles, clear brains-high have a'quarter pint of the best freckle in coming hero NOW and inspecting oar big stock.
I I commodities or merchandise that $9 to $14; heavy bulls $6.25 to $7; ideals in the soldier increase the and tan lotion, and complexion beautifier -

j ,'. members of his family'need. light bulls $6 to $6.25; good: to choice fighting efficiency of the army, and at very, very, small cost.
Manufacturers of most of the comforts stockers and feeders $7 to $7.50; these qualities in the citizen insure .
/ and luxuries of life ought to common to medium $6 to $7. the permanency of our institutions. Your grocer has the lemons and
j lp realize the 'opportunity that here HOGS: The market opened !5c to any drug store or toilet counter will Osceola Hardware. Company' ,

1 opens itself to them an. opportunity 35c higher;' tops 1920. Choice hogs The UnescapaMe supply three ounces of orchard white :
180 ]Ibs. up $18.90 to $19.20 mixed
: that will find the best development ; lIe took his paper up to read, for a few cents. Massage this sweet

, Ii:. Florida through the columns of They the leading the to hogs 150 160 lb. Ibs.pigs up$18$18,25 to $18.50 to18.75; 90 to; 115 120 And saw in"big type, "Women Plead ly fragrant lotion into the face, neck,, j..,.' t tC.
, newspapers. are For Rights threw it down in rage, I
': conecting link between factory and lb. pigs $17.25 to $18; peewee pigs, fresh arms and hands each day and see how
And sought" magazine's ,
consumer. Specific I information as to $14 to $16; best rough hogs $17.75; freckles and blemishes disappear and
Yet the .same thing stirred his ire, <
half-fat roughs $14 to $15. At the :President. N. & BRYAN. ,
A. CARSON Secretary
.f' sales possibilities, methods of distribution close the market got weak and "Women to Politics Aspire." how clear, soft and white the skin becomes ,
t".- in certain areas, advertising all the advance very lost. And when he looked a new book o'er Yea! It It harmless.
was .
rates, etc., will be supplied by writing ,
He stormed when "Mothers' Votes"hesaw. .
;. the newspapers. SHEEP: Trade 25c to 50c higher; The Waters & Carson
: top lambs $17; bulk of the medium to 'S
y Florida is only one of the Southernr lambs And so eschewing print he went .
good $16.25 to $16.75; fat MAYR'SWonderful
states that offer national advertisers
To walk the streets on pleasure bent,
. sheep $10.60 buck $7.60 to $8
; ; ; choppers
j" a big opportunity to increase their
And straightway to crowd drew
{"' patronage, extend their prestige and $7; canners $5; choice No. 1 a
; r breeding ewes $14 to $15; medium to near Remedy for Grocery Company
multiply profits.
': good $12.75 to $13.75. In time a suffrage speech to hear. M l
L. ATIONALLIVESTOCK COM. Then full of wrath he fled the town
to: Visiting cards printed by the -Val- _
- To the white sands and
.; ley Gazette job Department. MISSION COr And pace listen to the waves,up but there c.... ;,I r 1
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in :
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Another crowd, another speech 'dose convinced.

r -. Which sent.him flying from the beach.
FT To seek the country roads talk free, J. Z. ROBERSONand ,

Yet there he met a company
Of suffrage hikers on their rounds, .
l And fled other reliable druggists. ,. '" e'
i'C so he from nature's1 bounds, -
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/ ,j, i trouble. Gives description and SEED POTATOESBest 0 ,GRAIN O .

full information on all seeds for 0 FURS '." i ,
3 ; fall planting. Our stocks are complete FERTILIZERS 0 ' ; .

i: # assuring prompt shipment.Martiri's I Iand O 0* I.. WOOL' r .. >
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Hy-Test Inspected. It Pecks to the: Sack. ORANGE BOXES 0 0 -' .

Carefully grown'doee1Yleleeted.:ash $4,90 .A SACK. (Delivered V at Malabar. ) 0 ORATES + 0 . .

1 ways dependable.. Full assortment gw- e 5 5 PRODUCE. a
den.tod.fteld. Strawberry and vege These potatoes are for December delivery.. Fa merl' who want 0 CRATE NAILS 0. .
table plants also. .: Writ. ,. !
for our nevfafl_ catalog.: the need at .the lowest price should order promptly. 0000000000000000 0000 00 . . 0 .. :

LE.'A.Mallfia'Sad: 010. We sell field and;garden seeds of all -kiDd-.. ? '.

eflr ; .' JOHN J. POLLAK Wi'giva special: attention to fitting out hunting and camping parhoo.. '

1./arrl- ..- '. Florid. .' *:, x ',' ,I Free delivery in city limits.. Thono No 12. '

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yJc SELECTIVE EATING MEANS I ATLANTA MASONS'DENIED there has been placed in the local t Lee, N. C. Bryan, J. L. Overstreet, D.
I Classified Advertisements
HSSINHEE'VALLEY GAZETTE school fund an amount equal to 25c\ W Alderman, T. M. River. C. B. .

PLENTY PRIVILEGES GRANTED THE for every pupil, the school becomesa Elarti, F. H. Lawson, B. C. Miller W. .

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS school auxiliary of the "Red Cross, L. Winn. A. S. .Nelson, J. J. Griffin, '
.......... : FFI4.T. diets is of much more Wells E. G.;, KURNISHKU elirht-room house for
lirF Adapting our. and Is entitled to display a special W. J. sieed. Mrs. E. E. rent, nood location, by the year or"
p OMc* !. Vail.? G..Ui .lie. importance than reducing the amountof Red Cross banner. At the .same"time VansAgnew W B.:Harris. ... Address until Oct. I (Mrs.)

K....__... F1.rld. our food consumption, says Carl Atlanta Masons are aroused and Indignant pupil becomes a junior member Kissimmee will now be in readiness A. T. Morrison 271 :Fair Ave,, Benton -
Vrooman in discussing the food conservation because of the flat refusal of every Motor Club Harbor. Mioli.FosAECabbfteafldstF5wbOFF7'40.It
,.and is entitled to wear the membership to welcome the Miami '...
h W, ,.. HARRIS ud H. O. VANS AOWIBWOwvrr It Ia not much War to permit them) ]
program. ; so the Department button. when, tourists from that club pass ; *t 4
the quantity of food we eat, but the to erect and maintain at their own fund be raised by through on the Miami motorcade to riants. Apply A. A. Diets. Pineda! T T
The school
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of certain kinds of food that recreation and comfort hall
: saving expense a the school or collected by subscrip- Tampa In the' near future, and on
# will count in adding to the supplies for Masons and sons of Masons at tion. In some state jt will be raised other subsequent events of like 'na FOR SAUE-SECOND-HANO CARS- '

I for our fighting forces and for ames.Evt'T'one Camp Gordon, while in the aame order by cities to cover all schools in the '. Two 1917 Fords, one 1914,Ford, Light
knows that our armies from the War Department refusing ture.President who has been SIx Buick, New El 85 Dul city districts. In other states the Stanford. In drst-clais shape and bartcalns forcash.
_ and the armies of France England them this privilege there is a.ltate. campaign will be for a statewide fund placed at the betjd\ of the club, has Albert I*. Overstreet, phone 34,
Belgium, Italy,' Russia, and our lesser ment to the effect that the Y. M. C. A., and the enrollment of all the pupilsin proved a live wire on many occasions Or".,,"". Fla. 40-1 t-Dd

allies as well depend largely upon us and Knights of Columbus. the great the state. In every case however, and he, with his able co-workers, will STRAWUERRY PLANTS for sal.1:* |> .
for th.)ir food; also that the kind' of Catholic organization, will be permitted the schools are to be ...associated with soon demonstrate what a .bunch of per l.VOO. L. M. Kenton. 4-2tpd
food we send them will have an important to maintain that exact sort of hall, the local chapters of the' Red Cross real boosters can do.HOOVER'S. '.
their of Atlanta time KUO:: PLNT 1'UANTH for sale. New
bearing en efficiency. The Masons some
teachers' committee of the .
through a York Imp. 11'1... Hlrh Hush and New
America is willing to save,' but the RICO decided to devote several thousand chapter. > PLANThe' Jersey, Jmp. Spineless; large well-

I only] kind of food that It' will do any dollars to the erection and main. The school] fund will be used for thepurt'huse i ; . rnotid. tOahtu, looo. $1.76: 2,000= or
good to ,save is the kinds we can sendto I taining of a building for the use ofMasons'at 'o materials which the children more, il 60 per 1.000. Fla. Plant
( October Woman's Home Companion Farms J'lnnt City, Fla. 40-4t
Europe. ; the camp'. They estimated ,will make into Red Cross '
There is abundance of, food in this I that. there will be 2'jOOO or 3,000 of supplies and for up other uses in which prints a letter from Mr. STnAWIJKHHY'riANT 8AL.E

'Quntry-plenty for us and for those them. The plan was approved by the the ebildrenI.'iII have a personal Mover. He sa's: 8. T. FansJvr, Xleelmywe." Flo. 40tf

dependent on us-if we use intellj- high Masonic authorities, and all wa share. No part of it is to for My Countrywomen: 'YOn '
go SAI.R 0
$.bNCrIpII... It..,.. gent discrimination< in selecting. the .going swimmingly until the formal chapter or general' expenses. I ask your help. old, will .weigh Draught In KOOil mare flevhi year 16iOIbs '
One Copy One Year--------------! |2.
r One Copy Rlx Mnbii------------___ 1.0 76' We must be sparing of wheat, because for permission to proceed. Crows will,be developed by states. hits asked me to assume great responsibility Klsslmmee, Fla. ..3O.4tp5WANTELiExperlenced .
One Copy, Three Months' ----- That is the chiff: food grain of The request brought the following Division in the conservation of the food
manaperll"will: appoint membership reliable }jvorkln
the world and canbeexported at low reply from Washington: country.! It would be -
supplier our
AU communications. except from our committees and school activities foreman In an orange grove Ad-
authorized correspondents must h41 cost, but we may use freely of corn, Mr. J. C. Greenfield Masonic Temple, committees for each state., Themmberahip an unbearable burden but for' .two drvss A. I-S.F.1 614 Lake.btiwt,. Orlando -
.Igned by the writer, AS Europe is not well versed in its Atlanta, Ga. committee stimulates] reasons: Kla. ,39. t.p4.

Rejected matter will not be returned U'flp. larks facilities for grinding it -Dear Sir-Referring to your letter interest and 'raises funds for the One is. I am sure every loyal Amer-

: unless called for. and bel'8use"e-orn meal is not a safe of August 11. 1917 requesting' per- School Supply Fund. It will be com ican will; at this time undertake unhesitatingly FOR 1300 RAI.E-G.god pounds, also work harness horse and wagon weight

(Entered in the Postofflce at Klssltn- product to ship across the seas as it mission to establish a building for posed of some of the most influential and wholeheartedly and one thoroughbred, Ierkahlr4
wee, Florida. as second-clans matter.) will spoil readily. And we must re- Masonic purposes at Camp Gordon, people devoted to educational affairs. whatever service 1 it required of him. boar pis/ B. DI
duce our annual per capita consump- near Atlanta _the Secretary of War The school activities committeewill The other reason is-the.American : : : 'dat..a

SEPTEMBER 21, 1917 tion of sugar, which. now amounts to desires me to inform you' that no or- be made up of vocational teachers woman. I believe, you have only to tember 29-,' 19011.,,No.fof 382 ten' shares Sep of'

85 pounds.We ., ganization' will .be allowed on the and other school :officials. Under its. understand the food needs of this nation Preferred Slock ..f' the, Borlna Mfe-_ ,
do not need to stint on fresh' grounds except the Young Men's direction patterns of articles to be of the Allies and, in fact of the Co. All persons are notified that (him. 1
t promises to add but should less in order to enlist certificate has been cancelled on thebooks -
.: Osceola county vegetables, we eat Christian Association and the Knightsof made and other instructions for use entire world, your of the .and
company a new oneIssued / .
120,000bushels of potatoes to the meat. It would be well to economizeon Columbus. in the vocational classrooms, will be immediate and intelligent support. Instead 40.1t''
bill this fall. The county candy ice and cakes and to Yours ] I 'realize full well that
I provision cream very truly,.. prepared and sent to all the schools. i seventy percent '
( will need every bushel.-Ucala Ban drop white bread from our house. H. G. LEA NARD, The plan has been developed by I of our households are conductedwith LOST-On Saturday, August 18th. on I.

ner. hold lists.If S Adjutant General. President MacCracken of Vassar in I thrift and without waste; but small Broadway or DarllnKton avenue ,/
i we select our foodstuff with care This came as a bombshell to the consultation with school authoritiesand i even in these we need to secure the four kodak films, Finder containing pleaso return *

I The' city council of Kissimmee, hat ,there will be plenty to go around. and Masonic camp and aroused at once the the National Red Cross. Dr. use of equally good food in substitution to Valley Gazette and receive

I ,. agreed to pay $25.00\ a month to keep if we show discretion in our diet we most emphatic protest. The Atlanta MacCracken said today: I for those commoditie which are suitable reward. 37-tf ,

1 .* rest; ropm open the Woman's Club will not only help Mr. Hoover in his bodies had planned to spend aboutiJSjOOft&iyfcfcSiyiBlS "I believe 1n theJniRe4ros-: of so concentrated a ""character that r--.::.
_ Ms.iigiLiteingoinahle t ,i to .carry Jjon JJiiaworkroitfiuTefitThTiT6r work of. feeding a R'TPat.part..of..t.he. ; \ -I} hv ptioVonTy*-because1 "tit 'tlien'gnaTfframaof 'th y.'ft"-b': :::1"JHpp ini-ifr"flie; seas :11" ::y +n= =J h..l 1.f> "Wiit'fa"&f.. ,
-_< -r-f i ".-KmTh1Z: ; td'-b1rt-W "'W11 h l 'F 'V f' t :- ida] secretary and attendants to these times of short shipping. horn cocks and cockerels. Sam I..UP- :
it will and the immense fer
mee and keep up the Rod Cross work, al health as well. look after visitors. In the hall were amount money of earn which the school Among the thirty per cent we have -.- 7.if. .........44. \

which war conditions have made imperative. There's lots of good sound* sense to be established, recreation and comfort pupils especially-supplies. otrr technical I deserved the reputation:> of the most: 'Imn'OE! AND nUaoY FOR WAI.PI. abs. 1
i in .a program ofselectlvo eating. accessories with wherein wasteful housekeeping 'fn theworld, will work anywhere. Especially flnoand ::
.- SaresoUi a room schools will make but' because of its safe for family use; not afraid of! .
i O Initiations, upon request from ,th<>'r educational 1 and. patriotic value for and we must now turn about squarelyand auto going or coming: she Is you.. .

A meeting of the sweet potato : Osceola county promises to add proper home lodges, possibly might be the children. make our country a model Itubbi-r-llred. K H. Lawst.n.WANTED.Man buggy! In good condition .

growers of Osceola county was held 120,000 bushels of potatoes 'to the had. in order to oblige those who "The work for the Red Cross will throughout of economical manage-

at Kissimmee last week in the offices I provision bill this, fall. This is some I wished to become Masons, or who, already teach service for others and unselfish] ment. I on farm.. B Dicker. -'
of the Florida Citrus Exchange in potato ('r Apulachicola Times. had progressed somewhat in giving; it will stimulate interest in We are not alone appealing to the son: JTtf

I the city' to consider plans for storing I o. Masonry but had not opportunity to our national government and its policies women; we are actively organizing so
th sweet The Florida receive the Master's degree when called during the and it will afford far as possible without legislation j FIVE-ACHE TRACTS finest land near
and marketing: potato crop. County Agent B. E. i has added a new club to'its to., the colors. A room for visitorswas a' useful release for the youthful en- I the men in trades hotels restaurants ellspine! Very moderate terms, and

Evans was in charge of the meeting. roster which is growing rapidly. Kis. also to be established, wherein ergy which is stimulated by the violent and in food distribution, hoping not lonir time to pay:. Most the wives and families of soldier Masons only to eliminate waste but to mod own nn. of the finest lltlli' farms so .
simmee 'and morbid .
JSanford Herald. has of
now a motor organization aspects war conditions near th cityVrlte thn owner
1.11 ,
and intends to use it in bettering might visit them, if they liked. I:I and if undirected, may causeI erate the burden of speculation and i W, ,y- YounlCi l-JliertyT'enter, Ohio.
motoring Conditions. Orlando Now in Atlanta Masonic bodiesare under wrong conditions great increaseof extortionate profits. 't or Ii. M, Breaker Klsstm
Osceola I
county is holding meetingsto Sentinel. ; indignant that they should be denied -I juvenile.delinquency:, and crime. 'i It stands to reason that your first mee. 34JmosWHEN
have devise
the growers some all of this, especially in view of : "It is the attained in duty is to the.members of your fam
method of storing the immense crop the feet success many have all the YOU NEED SHOES go to F. If.:
that other organizations are I ily. They must food they ,
schools last *
of that will be harvested Osceola .year has decidedthe Lawson s.tWELI.INOS.
sweet potatoes county has sold her $100- _
to be them in '
permitted to do the thing require to keep good health
Red Cross
to undertake this im1
this year. One thousand two 000 bond issue for the completion of '
have and efficiently rent
they been refused. 1 capable performing for Apply to M.
hundred been the twelve miles of brick portant new step. The vocational .
acres have planted to road towardLousrhnan. I Tiller.
"Masonic organizations in Atlanta their daily taek Information for _- __
classes in New York state alone ?_____
this and conservative estimate That close |
a will
crop one
Up are finding it hard to understand guidance as to the food needs of
t ()f the yield is 120,000 bushels. The terrible stretch of .the road between or |I last spring made over 40,000 articles your I BUSTER. BROWN HOSIERY for men..
Orlando appreciate thIs attitude of the War during the last few weeki of the the average family will be put in the ,, women and children. F. II, Lawson.
potatoes must be stored in order to and Tampa.-Orlando Senti-
Department: in this matter said a hands of earnest woman in
school every
for the Red Cross.
market the crop profitably later in the nel. Mason year America.In GENERAL FARMING Is profitable ln .
Atlanta .
prominent Tuesday. I "Universal testimony from the Florida. To know Florida. .
year, the markets still being plentifully posslbllltlis 1
"We were amazed And astonished be- chapters showed that these In'Ii I confidence I turn to you so to I for live stork and poultry
supplied with the northern Those of you who are getting let yond measure when ve were flatly ; to the were conduct your affairs'and so to influence ralslnir, dairying, fruit and truck;
grown potatoes.-8arasota Times ters from soldiers i every way up rigid standards growing' read the Florida Farmer"and
and '
our activities
nurses turned down and told in the same letter i of the organization. Mrs. director the of your Homcseeker.. 'Six months'
Talbot trial
r' will you not ahare them with the rest that, while Masons would be bar I of vocational education for that we may largely pay subscription. 26 cent". Sample copy
Kis'simmee is going to make a bid of us?, When you get a letter that red from the camp in the manner stated I i girls in the state that in as we go along out of our communitY.j' free Address Florida Farmer and \

__ __ for securing an aviation school, it being makes an unforgettable picture or Impression there would be no difficulty about!1 cases she was told, says that their many work food and in human Fla.Homesteeker| Box 860, Jacksonville.U.trPAT.M .
I the opinion of.the local board of for will. not let With ___
you the
you us Y. M. C. A. having a building if deep gratitude for the earnest'
_ trade that Osceola county can furnish publish it so that others may share there or the big Catholic organization : the was adult anything work.; better than that in I support already given me, I am, J F. H.PEACH Lawson.SUITS at special prices.

_ _- as desirable location as can be found your uplift or your knowledge? You known as the Knights of Columbus if : Faithfully vourg. ,

in the state Other Florida cities need not publish the name if you prefer the War Department wishes to permit I f hERBERT HOOVER. I FOR RENT-A three-room furnished]
-N which will submit propositions to the not to, but a letter1, now and then, I it, but why discriminate in their favor COMPANY B LEFT flat with modern conveniences. W.*
I for aviation school that adds to interebt Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days J B. Harris, Gazette of II Col. SJ-tf
government sites our our information ? There are many men going to I FOR CAMP WHEELER

t are Fort Myers Bartow, Sanford, and to our faith in our boys that camp who are neither Catholicsnor I Tear drurriM will refund money .lltt.11 FOR SALE-Laro-e size, wicker baby-

; Punta Gorda Arcadia, Tarpon would make a generous bit of-exchange particularly affiliated with the Y, I i (Continued From Page One.) OINTMENT Blind.Blecdlnp laft.Protruding to cure *ar Pile c .in of 6to i44a.. I cub. In Rood condition. Price reason*

Springs and St. Cloud. The latter on your part. M. 'C. A; work, as commendable as Tindall Walter B. Tracy, Paul L. The Bret application flm Ee.e and -a .t. SOe.No . able. Inquire at 220 Bryan St. 32tf
_ J. also in Osceola] county.-Sarasota o that be. There
may are Masonic Wilder Robert Woodall Thos." ", E. YOU SHOULD ,nEAR''INi.MINDitfilg-eti
; Times. PROGRAM. FOR ROUND-UP lodges scattered through the rural ,Dukes Henry P.'Tindall, Walter;Lor. ,;'21t\: " :. '' ', ,. : Y ", : MJ ft ood t stu ft i andsavs money See F

4. AT. THE' STATE UNIVERSITY sections of tnis state of which; the city enz, .Arnold, Collier,"' G-i1 iiGJWDalton, ,,'''Jrn, ".110.r. 'of <.. r.... ..'f1..1 , ,M H4LLa w sonFOniSALEiAlnewJ
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I BONDS BRING GOOD PRICE 'I ; ' ''' ', "- ., never heard. ',They'ar, made up ,of Ginn, Lanier, John Sutton: 'S.JB.f StewJ i STATS': IIANKl,* OF" Ka8SIMMEFJK" .,
: ,: ,I : \ { \ \\K"" .Btr*. I..b..iN<*<. of i Kl..rlJlo .. 1100 IHol ton'.IlBrl.TI .
t .-. _t ";t:,h.4t.. ,, ,'if.jIM.N.r' \;; ,\)., .T-------a; I '.;:{ 'qtocr 1 ,+'.. 1 ,,1}::::- good men and true' and surelyJAtlanJta art,",Tackach, Phillips,"WoodsYanceyJ 'v"-v'' aS r ...e .. .e _ff fcn.lBr,.. "", *toner- Horn 'and case for '85. "Silver-
". The County Commissioners; .y, '\Ml-Ii--deserve! emergency; ;: :'; k:1tD:i P. II.: Rolfs; Masons should be permitted to provide Thompson, Weeks J. F. Parrish.It SrM 11th. sand blast finish gold plated bell :J.
; M. Huffman. St.:
t a place of comfort for them and was imposible for the Gazette to Cloud. Flo. 33>tf
the commendation of the voters of What attention and care for Florida
I their sons if we wish to, at our 'own obtain the initials of a number of the Loans on real r.tateu.S 46OflTOO FOR SALE CHEAP Shetland
road and district No. cattle the pony
bridge 2, for the mean to future beef and
expense -and even, surely if recruits who Loan on collateral security buggy and harness,
more enlisted few A. E. Smith
.r' a days be- P.
excellent manner in which tho sale dulrv supply of the state, Dr. E. M. other organizations other than real rfttatn,___ 1SO.OOO O Box 3R5. 38lt.p"ol.n -
of the $100,000 bond issue for this Nighbert; 'Co-operation between the are permitted. fore their departure. All other loans and dtftocunta IPl.OfiQfitiOvordrafts !
Anyway that's the way we feel about i, Other units of the 2nd Florida Infantry 5,555.43 ,
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district was handled. The auction state veterinarian and the farmersand it. We know there will be several United State Bonds2.000,00; : :(. r.'I Enl FOR 11I-1.11'10. A HUN.
sale was a happy thought. and netted livestock owners of the state, Dr. thousand Masons in leaving, Sunday, for Camp oth..r Honda ----____r___--_ 1.76000 ItiO-tlond. aan'I' purpom.eetc. ,
the district about J. W. Pe Camp Gordon. Wheeler were: Banking: houi,, furnltum Apply Oaiette. l0tttTDM(5IIlI.V4
$800 more than it Milly; Clearing land. D. W.
Besides there will be quite a numberof Headquarters N. C. and fixtures __ 2U71.H
Company O.
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would have realized had action been Purvis l : My experience with the tractor _. ___
Jewi \\n the land section Other real vitate __ h 7,377.25 ItOAH MAPS ONLY 2Pocket $ taken on the sealed bids. Arthur E. in Florida% G. F. Osier; The use of camp- they may Gainesville; band section. Pa. Claims and other resource size Florida Auto Road
I ,\ Donegan president of the First Na. lime in growing forage crops. Prof. S. not care to visit the Y..M. C. A. or the latka. Supply Company, Gainesville. A. C 1,. R. R. Co___..____ 14345 Map complete and newest edition.
Knights of Columbus halls. Quite a First Battalion, Company A Due from Incorporated banka 2,549.65Other OfTer for short time only. On sale at
tional Bank of St. Cloud is also to be E. Collison; Forage crops for Florida, number of Jews cash items------------ 4121.11 Valley Gazette office. jolt
'commended for his public spirit and H. S. McLendon; Illustrated lecture, are Masons-why discriminate \- Ocala; Company B, Kissimmee; Company Cash on hand_______________ 10,686,44
a, county pride ,in outbidding of breed of stock C. against them C, Orlando; 'Company D, Lake- Liberty Loan Bank Account.: 1,19X00 I
some Willoughby. I
"The whole _._____
t i'' thing. is wrong and wear land. City Warrants --, n 3,010.01
the largest bond houses in the Wednesday Sept. 2ft./ Aberdeen- .
oo -. '
\ try for this issue. Mr. Donegan has Angus catUe Col. A. M. Judy Chicago thoroughly indignant about it, and Second Battalion, Company E, Total-:.$517,231.87
I 'the distinction of having purchased ; Duroc-Jersey hogs, Col. R. J. protest against it emphatically." Plant City; Company F, Wauchula; ..h__._United The Dining Room

: i for institutions represented by him Evans, Chicago; Poland-China' hogs, War It is understood that a copy of the Company G, Tampa; Company H, 1.I.MU.a..

F all the bonds, county, city and district Z. C. Herlong; Needs of the hog industry Department's ruling has been Tampa. Capital stock paid In_flOO.O'lO.00Burplus orTlirManhallanliotel_
sent to Masonic organization. in Third ,._.
issued in Osceola county in. the in Florida W. B. Burgess every Battalion, Company I, Key Fund 16,50000
past ;
, the state and that in all probability West K Undivided Fronts less expenses
; Company Arcadia Com-
ten years. The hog's place on the Florida farm, ; and taxes. paid... 2,366.66
0 i C. K. McQuarrie The influence of the the matter will be taken up formally pariy\ L, West Palm Beach; Company Individual deposits subject / '
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pig club.on thelivestock in Washington by the united Masonic M, Miami. to check -?- 185,91083
FINE SCHOOLS industry, S. strength of'' the state, and maybe of Time certificates of deposit. 103.397 .
W. Hiattj: Boys' pig clubs G. L. Her- Certified checks 1.23760
rington; The kind of hogs I raise and the entire nation.-Atlanta Georgian. KISSIMMEE AUTO CLUB Cashier's checks outstanding '. 1,476.86tevlnRS
'I If there Js one thing about Kissim- ( deposits 66.21640 .
why Chas. G. Fraser Address -
H. B.
L mae that is. better than another it is Minium Armour Company; Jacksonville JUNIOR RED CROSS ORGANIZED FRIDAY,NIGHT Bills other Payable liabilities-collections' 40,00000AH Is Now OpenMrs.

: her schools. At the formal opening ....
; Demonstration in stock judging on hand 1.12739
exercises this week as the high school Shorthorn cattle. Illustrated T. G.; Henry P. Davison, Chairman of the (Continued from Page One) R. B. Savage, Owner and Mfr.HOTEL .
t -' and grammer school were assembled Chastain Atlanta cholera -Red Cross War Council, announces the decided upon but was left to be decided Total---------------------$&17.231.37
Hog Dr.
:' in the auditorium the superintendent A. H. Logan. ; launching of a Junior Red Cross opento by the Board of Governors.The State of Florida.Osreola. '. -4

4 of public instruction was; asked to ad- Thursday, Sept. 27.-The work of ,: all school-children' in the country.The following is a-Iist of the members I. -homa Thomas us, : cashier of the .

h dress them and his appearance on the the state'.livestock: sanitary board new organization hopes to becomea of the Kissimmee Motor club up above-named bank do solemnly swear
F rostrum bya channel for service and to date: C. At Carson E. L. Lesley that the above statement Is true to the r
was greeted with instant and member; Address, Dr. W. F. Blackman patriotic best of. my knowledge and belief -- -
Nl : gratifying applause. Later in the ; Farm management G. C. liar interest to the 22,000,000 boys- and D. .Wagner, H.Clay_Stanford. _-- --- ROMA-THOMASCashIsr:: D'UVAL'JACKSONVILLE
tpmgramwhen. _names ..o..! .former dyr The-raising" offeedercattle in I girls 'of' school -age- in -the- United KatzG. C. Livingston, B. Bryan Correct-Attest.
teachers were mentioned as being States. John S. Cadel, G. H. Prather, ArthurE. .
-- Florida, W. F. Ward; Hogs or cotton EL 1. LESLEY:; cold
Opposite postofflce hot and
I" again connected with the schools: the E. W. Jenkins; Forage C. V. Membership in the Junior Red Donegan J. W. Miller C. L. Bandy, N C. nilYAN. water; elevator; telephones; rates
J, pupils demonstrated crops I Cross is be schools. Whenever L. H. Ingram Roma Thomas Jno. M. WAPE TUCKER.
their pleasure Piper, Washington D. C. Rotation of to by rooms without oath $1; two per.None *
; Directors.$
in the same room, $1.CO with bath
I same manner. ;
crops for a. vegetable and livestock Subscribed. and sworn to before ma ".60. and two persons same room
_ _v : Nothing could speak more clearly farm, J. E. Cheatum; Economy in this 18th day of Sept.. 1917. 12. W. S. JONES MK- ..
of the co-operation between the school 1 milk distribution L. R. Lang Feed J. D. JEFFORDS

officials, the teachers and the pupils and labor cost. of producing; milk I Notary 1'ubllc. I l

% 'than- this) feeling of good fellowship' John M' Scott; Livestock in South GOOD <

-.i r, and loyal school spirit_ which. exists. Florida, A. U. Neilson; Jersey C'qttle. -
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A. E. Marsh; Farm management as -

:* THE LOWLY SPUD related to the. livestock industry. J. PRINTING PLUMBING SHOPS I

',\, E. Turlington. ,
1 ,r Jn view of the large amount of Friday, Sept. 28.-State marketing, L -

grain and other foodstuffs which must bureau in relation to livestock L. M. -

: be sent to the Allies it is wise to encourage Rhodes; Silo construction H. G. Clay FOR SALE ,

- A the use of potatoes in bread- ton; Making silage and feeding it to -

making; A high grade of bread livestock O. C. Benbowj; Experience .
may character of indelible
makes im '
; '" made consisting of 10 to.. 30 percent in feeding silage, K. McPherson; Ad- THE your printed matter an; '
- j of potatoes equal in food value dress. A. P. Spencer. -good or bad-upon those who see it. More people On account of other interests I am offering -

"si io,bread made entirely from wheat All speakers will be ready to an- .- -
standing.: the character and of and Fixtures for
flour.If. swer questions and stockmen and far. gage your quality product-your un- my Plumbing Shops t

4i; even 10 per cent. of potatoes men are urged to lead the discus,. ion. to-datenclI-by that than by any other one. thing. Therefore the . : sale al a bargain.' Only exclusive plumb- .

z. "wsre used as a substitute for wheat need for the right kind of printing. -, .

,; 1 /Lour in bread-making I ft would save I TAXPAYERS SATISFIED i ing shop in I Kissimmee and is a good
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between 25 and 30 million I '
bushels of The city fathers have been meeting
Our is but
hobby good printing fancy fussy
not -
: \( :{wheat for the Allies and absorb praeteally -> this week as an equalization board proposition for any one desiring an .
the entire prospective and good printing with character quality and finish the iT1t I
.' surplus checking up the city's tax books. type '

S. ;,1 of potatoes, thus exercising' *,power General satisfaction seems to exist right stoc'\. right illustrations blended into a strong" dignified established' business.
fill influence in
stabilizing potato among the taxpayers and few complaints
_ t prices. Such a use of potatoes, to- have been made to the coun whole-the kind that will make a food i hnpretsioB. for you '

.gether with a fair us. directly on the cil.' The millage for the coming year Give us a chance on your next job. R. "L. STARUNG Kissimmee Fla. '.: '
''' 'iable] in all home should be .
: quickly ab- will fixed at the regular 'October ... 1 ,
-", ....uzb the entire promised' surplus.1p : meeting.," '. -

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Tomorrow will be Red Cross Tag ,;
Day in Kissimmee I

Casino Roscoe Roberson left Wednesday to

enter Every Stetson person University in. Kissimmee at DeLand.should Our New and Remarkable Premium Offer

'buy from one t) a dozen Red Cross

Matinee 3:30., Evening, '1:15.Pr r l for Week,of Sept 24 Tags tomorrow, ,

l.. Riley Godwin of St. Cloud, was Magnificent $6.50
TUESDAY transacting business in Kissimmee

Willi.. r.Br ..." !. THK GBNT1.R INTRUDER" last Tuesday. "Sweet Home" Rocker
THH HKCOIL. .,. A MB...!'' M..I.... .w/ta'DaI.ty Miss Virginia Tiller left this week "
A SH..t ttorvlm fl.r K.ll *f r.. .
MINTER OBe v. for Sebring where she has accepted a
.A Palau. G.Id Haatrr I. Klv Part. Ar (arc t. LJk*. position in the school. .. Given, Free to Our Customers. ComeIn
11 WEDNESDAY Miss Nina Bratton has entered;\; the and Get Your
'011.. T"... I. THURSDAY Tampa Business College, where she ,
AT BICN IIHKAK George Walah IB s
A 'TrIa.RIe l "MATRIMONIAL AC.. TUB 1ANKKH WAV" will take a complete course Byo-e fortunate deal we have secured from the Amer
<'inM' T." A TriBBirl .....N". A William K.. .. five Kr.. .. Miss Maude Thomason returned ican Chair( .Company of St. Louis Mo., the exclusive
MUTT' JKKK COMKMY BBd "I'll 10APFICIAl -NHKI.l.W MIIVKHS" for this local for their Celebrated "SWEETIiOME"
WAR NEN a" Two HFF .. A Ml*_V CaBM-djr. Wednesday from\ a two weeks' visit 'agency ity
with Mrs. O. J. Cook at Haines City. Arts and Crafts Hocking Chairs like illustration,
FRIDAY and we want to'place' 'one In your home. You can get
SATURPAYKL.OA M. Katz will close the doors of his one for every room if wish.
your ,
MarDermvIt Bad Mlldrrd MaaBB KL.OA :MILLER IB store all day '"'Wednesday' September
1"0011) YiAUIll EHM:; B Trli.BBlr.KpUmlr No home ever had enough comfortable ,Rocking t,
I IB 26 which Js Yom Kippur a. Hebrew
"III" 1 IHFE'T IA'." .
Chairs; that's why we have arranged to glv these fine
"MARY JANK'S PA" "A Tra.RlcThe C' ., ..
. Hookers as premiums to'our customers. This'is a present
L'+tory of.U..... t aicaboadmil ISO. 4. "M':"T.K OK THR1MM
willl k
BL.H <'RISH"-Moll) KlBK, Mrs William Taft leave tonight you'll" be proud of. i
': .MKI. Heel>KI> Kf A DOCTOR y. oof Two ..**M.. .harry..... "fr.and....the for Savannah, Ga., to join her This handsome Arts and Crafts Rocker Is 'a substantial
\;:. husband, who is In' the employ the piece of Furniture and the entire construction represents
ADMISSIONBALCONY government.Dr. beauty! strength, comfort and durability They are ;
B. C. Abernathy and Albert appropriate for all rooms. .
5 and 10 CENTS ORCHESTRA 10 4 15 CENTS r
an ,II, Overtrtreet of Orlando, were in the They are made of SOLID OAK. thoroughly seasoned
city Wednesday talking up the meritsof Fumed Mission Wax Finish, which Is a rich :brown or rd
'Apperson cars golden color that will hot scratch or mar easily and does
.._ Mrs. H. E. Godwin (of Avon Park, not become dull by change of temperature. Every part is high grade and the workmanship is first\ class,

who wag the guest of her sister, Mrs. The seats ate large and roomy,. nicely and substantially padded and covered with' a good qualityof
I INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS 1 I DeWilton Alderman left for her home "Imperial" Spaniah.leather, which Is a splendid'substitute for genuine leather and has durable wear-
Friday afternoon. _. ing qualities. Size of seat 19x19 inches; height of back from seat, 22 inches. Entire .height 35%
inches. These luxurious Rockers sell regularly for $6.50. "
/ _ .oo Miss Sue Watson is visiting at Harold'He rr berg will be among the :
< > Atlanta Ga. Kissimmee boys enrolled at Columbia Pasted underneath the seat of every Chair made by the AMERICAN I'R'COMPANY you will
College this year. He left for Lake. find their trade-mark as shown in the illustration which is your safeguard against imitations( and Inferior -
i : Weather Report. Miss Parah Clark has returned to City Monday night goods. This trade-mark is a sign you are getting the best. Furniture made. Look for it.
Wesleyian College, Macon Ga. R."D. We make this liberal offer to secure new customers and, to increase our trade with old customers.,
Mr. and Mrs. Guice and their
Mrs. White Parker and children daughter. Miss Elon returned Thursday "'
Following are daily temperatures left last week to join her husband at from Lovejoy, Ga, where they Here is th.Qtlet; .
and precipitation as re- Akron Ohio..Attoxn1yrn. have been visiting relatives. They .. . .... ... ,, .. ,,;, ,-. '. .
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...ataUo diitoiari1adrai! mi ;'
_ported. kX Government tfti6 ,
-- ": With $37.50 worth of goods buy from us for cash whether bought atone& time odifrenttimes
;'at'KiHsFmmee-fa-The: ending = himself to an Overland Country Club Anthony. Rogero and Frank Calkins every you ,
Thursday, Sept. 20: car this week' left Monday night for Lake City to, we.will give you one of these Rocker for $!l.-75. Get a* many Rocker as' you'wish/one Rocker

..:"-'. Max.,MIn. Rain : "Alfred Gaehler' 'of N ew York, fs both enter students Columbia there College.last winter They were and for $I.75 with every $37,50 ySu trade. .

Friday _____.93 66 spending his vacation,visiting friendsin Mr. Rogero instructed in violin as
Saturday _"-91 70 Kissimmee and Orange Center.A. well, How to Get a Rocker Absolutely-Free .
F. Flather and J. A. of
Sunday -90 70 Taylor The proceeds of the Red Cross Tag .. S

Monday .85 69 .14 business Orange in Center Kissimmee were\Vednesda transacting'. Day tomorrow will be spent in pur- If your cash purchases from us amount to $75.00 during a period of twelve months, that is $37.50,

Tuesday ______86 68 .22 ) chasing material for the hospital sup. additional will refund the $1.75 have paid for the Rocker thus giving the Rocker absolutely
...83 68' .48 Miss Bessie Moseley left Monday plies' and surgical dressings, These we J you you' .
night for Tampa to review a business will be sent directly to our boys I FREE. Remember that a Rocker will be delivered to you for the 'small amount of $1.75 just-as ui'
< Thursday _86 70( .18 "
| course preparatory to taking the civil "Somewhere in France.
o040 OC 0.0.00 H 0000000000FIre'Insuranee service examination. Fred Bass one of Kissimmee's popular ,: soon as you have purchased, $37.50 worth of goods for cash and it will be optional "with. you a1 to.

Mrs. Zeb Parker and small daughter (citizens blew into Orlando" this whether vou lr* .See, A- E. Drought.Mrs. June arrived from Arcadia Saturday morning and spent several hours hobnobbing ; '- .
The Rockers are now on exhibition at our store.. You are invited to call and see them and get a
for a ten day's visit with her with friends and singing
M. Katz' visited' Tampa Tues-' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Lee. praises of' the city on the banks of punch card. Have all of your purchases punched on your card. Do all of your trading with us and you

day.Schnarr's Insecticide at the CEN- When you get water for your stor- er-Star.Lake Tohopekaliga.. -Orlando Report will soon have a Rocker for /ery room. .

TRAL DRUGSTORE. Also a staple age Distilled batteries entirely, use free only from the Genuine impuri R. C. Barber of' Kissimmee Park, You will always find a choice selection 'of dependable Merchandise at our store and our {prices: meana

line of Dips and Disinfectants. ties. We have it. CENTRAL DRUG- has I leased the Jarrell residence and is saving to you. *"... ,\.w.'H. <'Mo ..... v
.- Mrs. J. W. Evans left Wednesdayfor STORE. moving his family to the city' to live
White Springs, for & three weeks' I Mr. and Mrs. W. J.< S. Carr and son, on account of the schools. Mr. Bar )
outing. ber is a prominent cattle man and
I Roy returned Saturday from Coro-
Mrs. E. L. Lesley motored to Deland nado Beach where they have been fruit Kissimmee's grower; and will make on.. of 'H. -
most practical citizens. C. GRANTHAM
t' Wednesday, to place LeRoyln school occupying their summer cottage
. at Stetson University since May.Mrs. J. Earl Lupfer left in his car Sun

' Nothing better than Lilas Pe Rig- I E. B. Morrey and daughter, day to bring'for Macon Mrs. and Lupfer Marshallville and their, Ga.. "The Satufactory Store"
aud. $5.50 and $8.00 a bottle at CEN-. 'Miss Jessie; went up to: Orange Cen- Earl Jr., home from an extended
ter Tuesday to spend a few visiting
TRAL DRUGSTORE. days visit. W. A. Joiner
friends during Mr. Morrey's absence superintendentof
H. II. Hull, a prominent Narcoossee who is in Lake the.Kisaimmee, light and water
county on a
citizen was a business visitor here business mission. plant. accompanied him for, the trip. r

Monddy.When. Mrs. W. R. 'Tiner and ('children of The County Commissioners will H. F. Gay of Montgomery, Ala.: J' D. B. Arick of Brooksville is visiting
you want those Toilet Waters Daytona Beach, spent Tuesday night meet at the court house tomorrow M. Schreiber of Tampa; W. H. Pat- his aunt Mrs. J. L. Beaman, this
Extracts or Powders of Fivers or and Wednesday in Kisjimmee en morning to receive bids for constructing terson of Atlanta; Chas. H. Irelandof ', Chin Class
Rigaud's fame, see us. CENTRAL. route to Oranea! Center, here they that. section of the Dixie Highway' Chicago; G. C. Wood of. Toledo, week. Painting
between this city and the Polk
DRUG STORE. will visit Mrs.Tiner'a parents.Mr. Ohio.. Arthur Cfreen representing the 4
county line, for which $100,000
Mr. and Mrs Fred Gilbert and fam- and Mrs. E. L .Lesley,and son, voted in a bond election several weeks was Mrs. Belle Hunt and her daughter, Virginia Paper Co., of Richmond, was Will Begin Work at the Studio
and Mrs. H. C. Stanford motored in Kissimmee
ily Leroy R. Lesley and Miss Edna yesterday.
Carr ago. Miss Bessie, of Franklin Ohio, have '
,: to Daytona! Beach Sunday in the Gil- of Kissimmee spent several hours in arrived in Kissimmee and Ralph Bearden vls Monday Oct. lt
,, D. C. Bratton of Palm Beach are pleasantly Fort'.Myers,\ ,
k berYcar '''' 'J: .;."," ,alv17 Orlando today en route to t DeLand!'spent)last> Sunday( here<$\"with county{fY his \located.rt'/ithe!J '.home,of, Mrs. ited his mother here this week:?,Ralph "r"" "I'i. \, '"
Misa BeesTribblegleft: {onFriday where young Mr.lf{ Lesley,!''will enter parents )llr. and Mrs. H. N.Bratton. Sarah Cahoon in: North Kissimmee. holds a responsible position with the Hours 2 to 5 o'dock1 J "

., "for'Kissimmeo,"where"she will' be d Stetson University.-Orlando. REport-_ i Claude-wns selected in the draft of .1 Mrs. Hunt and her daughter were Consolidated Title Co., at Fort Myers. 2.00 Per Month,
valuable addition to the Faculty of er-Star. soldiers among the most,popular of our many
from Palm Beach and was Four carloads of conscripted soldiers -
tho School, Lake Index. winter residents last and they SOc a Lesson
High City The Okeerhobee county school Mere to say food-bye before leaving season from Tampa passed through
have host of friends who will be
the and win board and the county superintendentare for Camp Jackson at Columbia S. C. a Kissimmee to
"Save waste the war I glad to learn of their return.T. on their"way Camp MRS., S. H. BULLOCK
so says A. 'A. Witz. Bring 'your old exepcted to meet with those officials i to go in training.A. Jackson at Columbia, S. C., on the aft ,

shoes to the Broadway Shop', for re- make a of settlement Osceola county of the school Saturday funds to i E. Whaley of Kissimmee Park, B. Gillespie, representative of ernoon train .Wednesday. I "
the Alabama
I has purchased the handsome residenceon Paving accompanied .
pairs. belonging to tho territory taken from by Mrs; Gillespie, has been'lIpt'ndingthe - -

Mr. and ,Mrs. D. W, Alderman and this county. in forming Okeechobee. Tax Clyde Assessor avenue W. owned I. Barber by and County will l week in Kissimmee stopping at
the former's sister; Miss Thelma Ald- county. move his family there. Mr. Whaley the Graystone Hotel. Mr. Gillespieis M
erman, motored to DeLand Wednesday Henry Lightsey returned home is one of the largest and most here to '''familiarize himself with
successful -
where Miss Alderman will attend last night from Cumberland Md., cattle in Osceola the specifications for building road
the Stetson University where he has been making headquarters and owners county from Kissimmee to the Polk county ,
a strong supporter of cattle
for the past four months, travel- line, and will put in a bid for the .
P. D. Outlaw of St. Cloud, one of Ing for the Potomac Fruit Exchange. tick eradication. contract at the adjourned'meeting of .

citizens Osceola, county's was in well Kissimmee known Monday pioneer Mr. Lightsey says that numbers of Among the out of town representatives the commissioners to be held tomor- Millinery Opening .
that section
people are
contemplating of bond companies whoattend
hands with old friends and
spending the winter in Florida, ed the meeting of the board of county row.Mr.. ,
visiting relatives.Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Beaman returned -
and he
predicts of the ,
one best seasons -. I commissioners! on Monday were: .0.I home last week from Madison, AT THE .
and Mrs. J. Richards of 403 we have ever had. B. Morrison, Jr., of Toledo, Ohio; Fla., where Mrs. Beaman was treatedby .
Vine Street, will visit their former for .
a specialist ear trouble. Mr. .
home in Arkansas and in Missouriand
Beaman Is loud in his praises of that
months exert to be gone about two /section of Florida, and says they have Bon Ton Hat Shop

raised enough "hog'and hominy" to .
Mr. and Mrs. :3. Wesley Brown have feed the balance of the state for some
returned from an extended trip when Who Said Cat? time to' ome, and that the farmersare
they toured South Florida. They mo- offering it for sale at very reasonable .
tored to Miami in their Buick and prices. Tuesday Sept. 25 "

then continued ,their. Journey to Key Mach Brothers of Kissimmee, a ,
West. ': .... garage company consisting of Messrs.

Mrs1 J. W. Douglas and daughter, Emil and Earnest Mach have secured .
Miss Violet Belle returned to their Mr. Ollar. the building formerly occupied by '
home at Kiaeimmee yesterday, .after. _H __ lluppel Brothers,-"on West-Central --See our new line of Coat Suijtt; ; 1
-- -pending two -weeks here'-with Mrs. .-. I avenue, and have opened a garage.
Douglas parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. They will handle the Oakland and ....
Causey.-Plant City Courier. is bock'ot the old stand, corner Clyde Ave. Cole Eight having secured the distribution and Shirt Walt t* 'i

Prosecuting Attorney W. B. Crawford and Mabbette St. where he invites his I I ties. Mach of these Brothers cars for several coun .
accompanied by his family Mrs. many : is a well known
Mrs. T. Ellis ** firm having been in business in Kis-
May. W. Misses Ruby
friends, to come and see him. I simmee for years, and they are being
Ellis and Dixie White, motored to
Daytona Beach Sunday for an outing. cordially greeted by Orlando friends. : .j
Sentinel. ?
They returned home Monday. For Saturday September 22nd 1

, Mrs. S. H. Bullock will open her -
china painting class at the studio the We offer some good values:
first Monday in October.' This class

has their done exhibits exceptionally at the' fiiie first Work Osceola and 24 pound sack Miss Dixie Flour, - $1.65 FOR THE PRESERVATION /

County Fair were the subjects of fav- 24 pound sack Ballards Oblisk, 1.75
orable comment by many visitors.Mr. .
and Mrs. G. W. Best, who have -24 pound sack Pillsbury, 1.85 Of. Health and Vegetable Life, following, will be found inditpensible. :

been enjoying a vacation at Tampaand I 3 cans No. 1 Tomatoes, .25
Bradentown, came home Satur- Schnarr't Insecticide Crude Carbolic Acid, Kre.o Dip,
day to bid their son, Ira, good bye 2 cansNo., 2 Tomatoes .25 ,
when he left with his military corn- Lysol, Creolin. ,. Arsenate of Lead. r

pany for the training camp at Macon, and. many others as good and beautiful
.Ga.! They returned to Tampa Monday a Also when you want Sulphur, Copperas, or Bluestone; for technical,'u.We ..

Miss, accompanied Nellie. by. their daughter, Picture, Free, if you trade 25c or'more, "at J
I can supply your wants.
Charles.' Hill, field representativeof "
the Florida State Automobile Association -

was in the city yesterday at CENTRAL DRUG STORE"The
headquarters and while here affiliatedthe The Ollar Store ..'
new Kissimmee Motor Club with '' '
the state organization. Mr. Hill departed Square Deal Place ,", .'
last night for Lakeland, where -
he will organize a club to affiliate Mabbette St. ., Cor._ Clyde.Aye ... SUCCESSORS TO PALACE DRUG STOKE
with fhe state association and the A." (,p. ,

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Intellectual Standards
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iiI G GRRSOIFBQ I EB. D.wl C..aty F..d C.aai.d.. ROUND UP AT'' THEy .1-ineering Liberal Arts, Education, Law ,Agriculture Graduate.School, En. Liberal.Ion. Fhy-lcl ArU. Education Economic Education*Mualo Art,Ex]Dome' '

This :is the aecond of a aeries of from occasional ,attack on tender Send for Catalogue and View .. Writ for Catalogue and Book of View
articles'covering the control of the vegetation ants cause a great deal
SELLSFire various insect and disease we may of damage through their thrift 28-13t A. A. MURPHREE, Pres.

expect on our Florida crop. I shall habit of caring for insects that secrete -
', endeavor to give( directions, for avoid "honey dew,". aphis (plant ,
Life Accident and ing trouble as far as possible for lice,) mealy bug, etc. They not only The program: foe the Live Stock >P9OTTTgyyy9yV TVVVVVTVVVT* n yvy---'- -yT-w '
recognizing when it appears and for carry the adult to new areas, but Round Up' to be held at the University

Plate Glass Lia the best control. These articles cannst protect the eggs from natural enemies of Florida, Gainesville, September -
Health cover all individual needs, so I Make holes one or' two feet 25 to 28 inclusive has been sent D.C.WagnerlnsuraoceAgency2nd .
Boilcr Insurance. invite personal .correspondence, deep into the nest with a pointed out. This program includes practically
bility and whether from the backyard garden or stick and pour in a tablespoonful or all phases of farming and live .
commercial plantings. two of bisulphide ot: carbon. Cover stock work from clearing and preparation Floor Citizens Bank BH,., Phone No. 30.

Legal Bonds. Executed MRS. N. N. G. PRANCE, tightly with earth, and if convenientwater of the land growing of
Chairman of 'Committee on Plant Disease the surface of the ground well crops and also feeding of.crops to -Jhe Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Go
Needed. .
Same Day over the nest area. a llul'hid.| of live stock. Therewill be addresseson
sonville and Fla.WIREWORMS Insect. Control; Jack carbon ia highly' inflammable and the different breeds of cattle and WE REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK, HARTFORD -
MUST NOT be opened near a fire. different breeds of hogs INSURANCE .
do their work more WOOD LICE' ,(Termites. .| some, Most of the program,is made up of .
OFFICE: State Bank Building slyly than cutworms, hence; are often times called ",,/'hit.. ants" f rei,lUtntly actual farmers of the state who' have, COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
not suspected 81{ the cause of plants girdle plants and trees and even attack had actual experience in farm work AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE,

yellowing and gradually dying.They the timbers! buildings. Old and made a success of it. ,In addition . LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO- .
I cut tender rootlets and even bore into stumps,' brush, and mulching seem toatt.ract to these there is a number on the BURGLARY PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive :
the stalk of beans just at the surface them. Clean the ,
POf4 OPOG604 i 4M out stumps, program who are connected with the .
and cut out the pith or heart of. the, burn the. brufeh, and keep the mulching University of Florida and, the extension Insurance = i
M. TILLER stem. They breed<< in'grass land and at least three inches away from, the division and a few. from outside) +
may be found in lessened numberstwo stalk! of the plant or trunk of the tree. the state. '
Real Estate Agency. I and, three years after the grass In banking trees, be particular to use The farmers of the state who arc ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. j' .
1. : : has been! removed'for they remain clean dirt free' from all roots and interested in learning about the different IN THESE'DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION '
.- .. that ]long in the larval stage. Con trash.' Where nests are found they breeds of cattle 'and hogs AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION
x Realty bought and sokL. trol measures must be altogether: should be destroyed as given. under should not fail to attend this meeting
Houses rented. through keeping land free from grass. "..Ants." and hear the talk given by Col. A. M.
and working thoroughly to turn the MOLES cause much annoyance by Judy of' Chicago.field representativeof -
i Taxes paid and Titles verified insects to the surface for poultry tunneling In' garden and lawns. the Aberdeen-Angus Breeders

for non-retidents. birds, etc Poisoned baits have little They.are hunting the white "grubs"and Association, and also an address by FOR SALE---CASH PREFERRED

Fire, Life and Accident Insurance effects. other'delectable soil insects. and T. G. Chastain, field representative of .
WHITE GRUBS also breed in grass do no direct damage to plants Indi- the Shorthorn Breeder. .AsllOCi 01I.'
i land and spend two or three years in rectable though, considerable trouble Both of these men are Well known One block of Five Lots in south Part of Town. 250
f Indemnity Bonds. thelarval stage. While they do a comes. The tunnels break the roots among Aberdeen-Angus and:! Shorthorn Rich
great deal of general damage by eating and cause excessive' drying out of breeders of tho U. S., and they foot front, 208 foot depth. Muck Soil adapted for
.,'o'.OOO GOOOOOGo" '" the feeding roots of various the soil in the root area thus limiting are able to give the farmers of inch fall
Truck Growing. Eighteen city
.,-- plants, their work is particularly the plant's feeding since everything Florida good advice! and information or
.9.00400008' .'OOO'O"OOO" noticeable on seed Irish potatoes and taken up by the roots must be in solution regarding these two breeds of cattle. ditch.i Makour home pare t tae f. >.
in the strawberry field. Use same } and in addition this they are'! 'M ,CeIL..RyJjEvana:-.Chieage eecre'r _' m' .r., D'! ': .!'!- !
.control-taaaguresptlJtdvleed: , ; : oz,-arir4= rmneapsn fW 'tfi. t+ ld""'Wbtetrrapidly 'ta'ry: 6f'the"Duroc-Jersey) Breeders Apply VALLEY GAZETTE.
: worms.' take,advantage of this chanceto Association will be present' and tell -" : .., '
rCWTGRIFFINStaple; MOLE CRICKETS are attracted by reach the tender roots upon which of the merits of the Duroc-Jersey
poisoned bait made from 100 Ibs. they so eagerly feed The main hogs. Every farmer in Florida who -- --- -- -. -
tankage and 2 Iher. Paris green scat- point in mole control is the ability to is interested in hogs should by all
and Fancy'GROCERIES tered in trenches around three inches recoR'Dite'type; of tunnel and thus means be at this meeting and hear
deep and covered. Very badly learn present runway. There are Col. Evans talk on Duroc-Jersey
ed fields have' been relieved Infest-I several good traps that will do the hogs!" R. S. FLOYD
| when the cutworm poison has utterly I work; if set in the right place. Mr. Z. C. Herlong, a successful:
failed. The mice may be killed off to an live stock-man of Micanopy Fla., and
ROOT! KNOT is caused by a tiny extent by putting'' poisoned corn in the who owns one of the' best Poland- Dealer In '
Free Delivery all Part worm known as nematode or eelWorm tunnels, but the moles will not eat China herds in Southeastern U. S.
1 of the City It is particularly bad on sandy this bait. Perhaps the best bait for will be present and tell the merits of
soils and attacks nearly all garden this purpose is made as follows: Poland-Chinas. Mr; Herlong has a Groceries, Hay, Grain and Feed
crops some farm crops, and some of "Dissolve one ounce strychnine sulphate herd of Poland-Chinas that he should -
.OttK4HO"00 towo .c+o+cI our fruit trees. It gives a swollen, in dne pint hot water. To this well be proud of as there are very
knotted appearance to the roots and add one 'pine thick sugar syrup and I few superior Poland.China herds in Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.
|W. 'B. Crawford Lee Jarrel! stunts the plant. Crop rotation has pour the whole over a half bushel of the Southern states
been the only control in the past, but I shelled corn, previously soaked all Dr. A II. Logan of the Bereau of Us Your Next Order For Feed
&: Prof. J, R. Watson is now night to soften the grain. Allow the Animal\ Industry, will be at the meeting -
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW on a cyanamid treatment. working 1 Corn to stand for six hours after the and talk on hog cholera. This isa
conclusions are giving in poisened mixture. has been poured subject that is
Offices: 4, 5, 6, and 7 Citizen 130 it." always popular with
Bank Building which will be sent free on request over the live stock men of the state, because -' .
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from the Agricultural Experiment "SALAMANDERS": (ground there i
FloridaT. squirrels is always more or less .
Kissimmee Station, Gainesville, Fla: Cowpeas ) do damage similar to moles and hog cholera in Florida., However Dr.
greatly induce root knot and should field mice combined and same treatment Logan hopes to see the day when hog .
M. RIVERS. M. D. not be grown as a cover crop on land should be used. .. l 1\> cholera will be eradicated from' the
to be used for susceptible crops. Even LAND CRABS and "GOPHERS" state and no longer one of the handi Stout Lumber Co.
PHYSICIAN: and SURGEON the so-called immune. varietiesIronand (land turtles)' can best be killed by caps of the industry. t
Office over Osceola Pharmacy Brabham-are likely to contain placing a wad of cotton saturated Another important subject on the adOOESeORS.. TO MAY-aTOUT LUMBER CO.
1>kon Residence. (I enough tion. other seed to cause infesta- with bisulphide of carbon in the hole program is that part of it that will DEALERS I IN
Office 14*. and tightly packing, the openingswith be taken up by the State Live Stock
ANTS can be controlled only by dirt. Sanitary Board. The State Live '
I'C. breaking up' the nests. Strict atten. ((10; be continued) Stock Sanitary Board is a new departure -
F. THRASHER lion should be..paid to this for aside _State paper please copy. for live stock men of Florida, t
SHEE7 METAL WORKER and we believe that the, board is in LUMBER
HENRY J. EVANS DRAFTEDFOR position at the present time to out-
: Metal, Roof. Put on and Horn Suggestion line-its plans and future work and tell
A Guaranteed U. S. ARMY IN COLORADO Many lauudressps! waste time and what it expects to accomplish and Novelty Works in ConnectionIt

PHONE 149-R .K SSIMMEE. FLA labor pursuing clothespins when a, how they expect to be of help and
f Henry J. Evans,. formerly of Nar- clothespin bag made to, slide along the assistance to the farmers of the state. is our pleasure to jive yon estimates at all times.

coossee, but more recently of La line would save both." Another important feature of the ConrteoBs Attention and Prompt Delivery. -
DR. W. W. CARSON. Junta Colo., where he has been working -, ,.r.;Give,the average girl pretty shirtwaist program is the subject' of silo construction ..
., .' ,DENTIST ... *. on a ranch, ',was the,'. firstiman or dress bag and see if the,best This and the feeding of silage. .J. Phone 21 Kissimmee Fla.StateBank
,." ', [ ;comes on the last day of the .
II drafted '
\ fro +
b 0lflce'ove4Filley' | h Building, ;\ I!" 2 8.i'J:,",his'jJ.u.tI I county.'hifollowing' number'hein jthings 1 871'8]a are not morecarefullyjf' J pnt meeting and any farmers in the state '. .. .' ..' .,' ," .j', 'e ,.,.". "" ; '" ,.,:.. :.

OfTlc(Hour.l:! :s-1r>1- Si _Mr8.fvanslsenMlt.he Gazette the II GIve the aTcrSge-boy a good looking ofaailos who: are interested' in the construction t.. ... t.. "'.: 'M' .
a pfTJea! 'Phona lit s.RellldmPhon.* I'' ;'making'of silage and the
ing his means
Teeth being drafted into service: how quickly he will display pride In attend this part of the meeting.
Kissimmee Camp Funston, Sept. 10, 1917. keeping his shoes clean BO that the bag It should be remembered too, that
0. 11'. KRIBBb W. J. 3TEBI Valley Gazette:
will not be soiled the railroads have reduced rates for
KRIBBS & STEED took: the paper in B. A. Mc- this meeting which: should be
ATTORNEYS AT LAW toyed it name so much.while I at La Junta, en- E.t Rip. Olv:: .. inducement to those who live at a
am now at
Legal business of all kind giver training haTTI every day, but enjoy camp it. Eat ripe olives and take four tablespoonfuls local distance ticket, Make inquiries of your
prompt attention. I like army life so much. The peopleof of olive oil every day, say rates. agents in regard to reduced -

Office 11 and 11 State Bank'Bide La Junta gave me a fine send off one who knows. Why ripe olives? Because , JOHN
Kissimmee, Florida. as I was the first and only man from they are picked and packed Just Animal M.Industrialist.SCOTT, of' Kissimmee
Otero country. I went into service at that stage of their development
Sept. 4, 3 0'*'<*. Arrived
here when nutritious nod
Sept. they are richly
Pat Jobntton O. P. Qakr.ti B, 12:20: READS GAZETTE AND THINKS
p. m. My friends
of Kissim-
edible. Each olive contains a large percentage '
1 .JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW mee and vicinity would The of the world "
I hardly know of olive oil. Do try" them If KISSIMMEE A LIVE, WIRE eyes
me now a* I am in better health than
you have not as yet Purplish black In
I have been for PERRYSBURG
years and weigh more Ohio Sept. 8-The
Office 10, 11 and 12 Citizen Ban than I ever did in my life." color, the more one eat of them the Valley Gazette, Kissimmee, Fla. Dear :
better one like them. Editor: I have been '
Building receiving your the who
Kl.-lmm.. Fla. weekly issue for some time now. I are on man
Fi r feel that the time 'has about expired
1y J. A. TROVILLION M, D. for which I have paid you, 00 I am
Special Attention to enclosing $1 for the continuing of my
CANCER, GOITRE, TUMORS and subscription for the length of time for d
DISEASES OF THE SKIN. which this pays. I have become quite
Orlando Office--Boardman Building, FertilizerWith interested in reading the Gazette and SAVEST ,
.toUa.m. somehow have a feeling that your
Winter Park Office-2 to 4 and 6 little city is a live wire Before this
to 8 p. m. aepl Owi. pd winter season is over, wife and I may "
r& visit Florida and in case we do will

full realization) of the disastrous influence of surely not pass you by without at
I LEWIS O'BRTAN least looking you over. 1
the war on all business .
rou tine, our buyers have put Very respectfully

a ATTORNEYATLAWWaringBuilding forth unprecedented effort to secure the greatest ad- W. J., SHIPLEY.. for
9 vantagespossibleforoujrade l -- -- __ I a moment-young man, ;j

--- HELP' FOR STORAGE SWEET POTATO. a thought to self. The ,]

i FOR RENTs.ooms Full Stock--Right PricesWe S. C. Hood hag been assigned to problems that confront you now,, or ..4,

Florida by the U. S. Bureau of Plant
( unfurnished and furnished. Industry to help im the constructionand will a few years hence.
jHonea unfurnished and furnished. have a complete line of fertilizers and the of
; operation aweet potato storage -
:Also city properties, lands farms her citrus sale., greatest stock of fertilize materials ever known in houses, also to aid in the construc- Look about you-the ,men of affairs<< in country, state, ..atioDyea .
's trucking and grazing the.State; of Florida. Prices are higher than in tion of banks for the same
nor- purpose. in the world, are the .men who started to save early in life.
THE ELITE REALTY PARLOR mal times, but are at low as consistent with exist He is now ready to take up storage ..

ing conditions.: state problems, or any with company any grower that is seeking in the They hr the respect and confidence .of the community d\

4 1 MRS. SUMMERS, Manager. to establish storage for the sweet

207 Bass St. cor. Brack. N. KUslmmee tato crop. le} may be addressed at Thea look on the other side-at the follows who spend all they ".
t (Two block north of Christian church.. Ideal Formulas the University of Florida experiment make-they may hay a food time for a while, but what does their '

.' station, Gainesville. I personality reflect? ,

\ .
*y J.;W. THOMPSON Our formulas all have the same perfect propor CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICES A dollar or 10 deposited in this bank will be the

tioning and blending of ingredients that havo made Devotion and-confession Saturday nucleus of an honorable, independent career ...:j

Funeral DirectorAND their superior field value the past quarter century. September 22nd, at, 7:30: p. m. Mass Make your beginning now-today. Your bank
Quality has not been sacri! ficed in the slightest de Sunday morning at,8. Sunday school book will pare the way. .

gree. Write for catalogue and price list immediately'after Mass. .
Capital stockResources ,..__________-_-____ ____ ,____ $100,000.00 .. '

.- Joel. Yates who is in the employof over _;.._..___,.____________1_____ 400,000.00 '
EMBALMER Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. the Osceolai Cattle Co., at Canoe ,- ,
r LICENSED Creek, wasr in town, Monday. Officers and Directors
) ., ,

*.- ,Store. and Chapel; ''Stewart. AT*. Manufacturer IDEAL FERTILIZERS What is, LAIC-FOS C. A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY:, V-P." f ";
I' Dealer in Spray Mach inn and Iwecticidee. .. '
Jacksonville Florida "
-.c. Liquid Laxative, Cathartic -' ".
Dive .. Contains Cascara Bark, N. C. BRYAN N. B.; CARSON, M. KATZ, :
To Cur a Cold: In OM Dy. .Waters & Carson r g. Grocery Co., Local Agents Bio* Flag Root Rhubarb Root, Black C. A. CARSON, H. FLEMING, -- U. LESLEY 'i
I, 1'doe bLhSarlTlr as OJ'O...f1. ...*.oIIlIMCoI4.W_totM OMwork Root May Apple Root.Senna Leave*and J. WADE TUCKER. DltE .. -

.'c..r .... .......... _.r U M-IaIJoI to ._ '. Pcpaln.' Combine strength with plataMaromatic -- :J .',
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I n 1117, at the office of the Clerk of the thorlted to be a bidder at such Bale east Quarter of Section Twenty, ORDER FOR PVBLICAT.OI said estate, and ask for their approval
Circuit Court of said County. at KIs. and to be allowed credit on his bid .1 all of Sections T..nty.on' Twenty- Dated April 28r, A. D. Ill?.
Is Your Boy in the War? almme. Florida for the ounstructlor after' paylnl costs o Court and at- two, and T.enty-three. Southeast: to rirewlt Stato of Florida n E MCLAUGHLIN-, .
approximately nine miles of brick torn.y. In to the amount Quarter of Northwest' Quarter and C..r. April- mos Executor. IIO.CI
paving with. concrete curb extending sums due him under said decree. West Half of Northwest Quarter andSouthwest W.t. '
Perhaps your boy; your brotbei. from the corporate limits of the City Purchaser shall pay for deed This Quarter of Section Twenty- The < Carson CoseB .APPL.CAT.GI FOR TAX 1
'I Klsslmmee to the Polk County line 1st day of September A. D. 117. four of Sections "T..nty-ftv.' >..,, n Corporation Orgo-iUcd sod /DKED UNDER SECTION lTd
your sweetheart some one you hold, I 10.Plans.and specifications may be examined 8. H. BULLK T..nty.llx.\ -.. . T..n. KxUtlBg Under the Laws of the oTO.' GENERAL STATUTES AID OF :
dear to your heart will be called Into I or obtained at theofflc of the Special Master In .. ty..I"h! Half of Northeast State of Florida. .
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Osceola cause. 18-41 East Half of Southwest C..I.I..t T"I STATE .FLORIDA
the war cone to'rlak hla life for freedom -. County Florida at Klsslmmee. Information - Quarter, Southeast Quarter and Tots J. A. Cheek a-id WII May Chock 0

for liberty for America Wart as' to the proposed work may NOTICE "OF SHERIFF'S SALE One, Two, Six Seven and 111ht. of Suction III. Wife, NOTICE IB hereby given that A, m.Whal.l' .
no 'picnic, no 1 holiday It It b.. romp; noa Department at Tallahassee or the Notice Is hereby given that under Tblrty.t.o..1 of Sections Thirty- Jodlrtal Cire.itj> Oe-U"CoM.. X e0 and 101 dat.d tho 7th day,
terribly serious business. Victories are of the Circuit Court at KIsMm and virtue of an execution Issued and Thirty-five; all D 118,' also Tax Certifi
mee. seal ot the Circuit In Township South ty-'!. Chaoccry.It : 887. 81. 28,, -248 242.
almost foyer won by unfed naked, 41s out and under the I Thlrty.tbre. .Ulfo.A
Right Is reserved to.reluct sny or all Court for Osoeola County Florida Range 84' 61'. .lt.. SI*. 621 Ii and
heartened troops. Is It 'OUrwlsh that proposals In that certain cause therein pending, All East of River or S..ton-81J. all appearing by affidavit appended t I 11. Cth day of July' A D.
our boys shall hare the food the ERNEST' MACH. Chalrm.n. wherein Harry D. Derfler, I..comptaln.ant : east of River'of Section Elllt. .1 Eat the bill filed In the abovestatedaus Attest: J. L O'ortc. and Southern Colonisation Com of River of Section Twenty-one that J A. Cheek and Wllllo May Cheek. office and made application for mJ
the anna, the ammunition, the Ov.rtreet 8-St a corporation Is. defendant In East of River of Section Twentyseven his wife, the d.fendant. herein named,, Deed to issus according to law.
I have levied upon the fol- all East. of River. of SectionThirtyfive are non-residents of the State of Flor.. Said certificates embrace the follow
NOT.CI .APPLICATION FOR TAX l.ny.: described real estate. In Osceola. all East of River of. S..c. ida and are residents of Atlanta. Oeorgla .. inK described 1.1. lying and beingsituate
DEED UNDER SECTION lTd Florida to satisfy said execution tlon Thirty-six all In Townahlp Thlr. over the age of twenty-one yearsit :: In . County. Stats of
AID and_costs, and will s.ll the same ty-flve. South, hnO Thirty-two East. Is therefore o..der.c that said nonresident -. Florida to-wlt:
B7S GENERAL STATUTES oi In front of Court House.Door, Klsslm.mee South Half of Southeast Quarter, . and they arhereby <. Lots 1 and 14, Block 12: Lot 7,
TUB STATE.! 0.FLORIDA., 11.the First Monday In October West Half East of River of SectiOnOne 1r to the bill I, 12: 1 and 4 Block 14; Lt Blol
being the First Day of all East of River of R..clonEI"v.n. of complaint rg1.Joln. cause on 01 Block 2; Lt 7*. Block IS; Lt Block
the 187. and a legal sales day. durIng all 'East of River of before Monday the 1st day of October,I 15; Lots and 4, Block ) Lot ii.
NOTICE! Is hereby given that David the legal hours of sale, the follow. Thirteen, all East of River of SectionTwentythree A. I). 1tT. otherwise the allegations 01. Block 22; Lot 16. Block 13 1; Lots 1. I.
Jennings, purchaser of Tax Certificates Ing described real estate. : All of Sections ," all of Section Twenty said be taken -as. confessed bj 3._ Dock 24.Lot I. Block J7: Lot 14.
No. 770 and 812. dated the 6th day of Seventeen, Nineteen T..ntv. five all East of River of Section Thlr. said defendant... all of the above Lots and
July, A. D. 116. has Died said certificates seven. Thirty-three, and Thlrty-flva ty-flve, jtll In Township ThirtyfourSouth It Is further ordered that this order Blocks being In Klsslmiri Park
Ij In .tft". and has made application and 'All of Section Twenty-one Range Thirty-one Fast be published once a week for four con. Lot 71 In Section 21; .Lot 2 and IS
for tax ..... to Issue In accordance except East Half of Northwest Quarter All East of River of Section One, secutlve weeks In the KlBslmmea Val' In Section 28; Lot 68 In Section 28; Lot
..- to I law Said certificates em. of said Twenty-one, Nots One to Thirty-two Inclusive of Icy ' a newspaper published In .7 In Section II: Lot 122 In Section-,
brace. the folo.lnl described property and South half of Slcton'. T.enty-nln.; Section One, Lots One to Thrty.t.o said. and state. And Lot 71 In Section 82. all being In
situated O.cel& County. Florida I' all In Township Thirty-one South inclusive of Section Two. This 27th day of August 117J. Township 2S South, Range 20 and]
to-wlt: > Range Thirty-three East Eight Inclusive, of Section Three: Tot.eleven . L OVERSTREnT, being' according the n rtL
Lot 8. Block t. St. Cloud and Lt 17. -.- All of Sections One, Two, Three and to sixteen Inclusive section '. Clerk Circuit Court. A Investment Company's ,
Bock 64, st. Cloud. Four All of Section Five, Except three, lots seventeen to rt't Incluslie (Circuit Court Seal) of said S..lon. 21 and 22
said; land being'assessed at the Northeast Quarter of said Section of section th..lot. to five KIUHR3 STEED.Solicitor The .. b..lnt assessed at the
date of Issuance of such certificates. In Five, all of Sections. Six Seven, Eight and nast Half of lot seven of. section for Complainant. 3T.t date of the I.u..nt.. said certificate
the name' of T. A. Horn and C. Penner.Unless North Half,of Section Nine all of flec five lots thirteen and fifteen of section In the name r..low, W. O. Wells,
Said certificates shall be re- tions Ten Eleven, T.elv. Thirteen. Ive, I lots .tw.nty-.v4n. h..tyelcht.t..nty.nlne NOTICE) FOR PVBL.tAT.OI W. G. w*""' C. J. nly.n.' 1 Klein

d'.m.d.acordln/ deed will .Fourteen Fltt..n. Blxt..n. Northwest and thirty of section five DrpartMca of the latcrlor. IT. S. Load Wilam V.II.. Rlv.n, r Pond.
I..ul th.reon JSth day of. September Ouarter of Southeast. Quarter of Sec. lots one to four Inclusive of section .. MI. Noxon. A.rcool. W. !
A. D. 117. Seventeen All of Section Eigh six lot. fft..n. ellhte.n. nineteen, and Otaco at a.I.YI... H. Paulson A
J. L. OVER8TRKKT ton. All of Section Nineteen exceptSmrthwest twenty twsntyoneo I. 1.1. Investment Company. W< 8 Brown
Clerk of Circuit Court. Osoeola Countf.orlda. Section twenty-six Inclusive, of section six, hereby given that p. F. and
nafeguards to educetheir Quarter of said J1', of who Unkno.n. Ston. L Buteen
danger to Loughman, .
U-I Nineteen, South Half of North. lots thirty-one and tnlrtv-two of section Daley FI..ld. J. v. Masterton.
December 22 lIlt
the minimum. to strengthen their spirits six lots thlrtv.twolnclu.Ive Mom. Unless said certificate .
east Quarter and Northwest Quarter one stead No. 01282. for 5W14 shall b* r*
ftOTICU and North Half of Southwes .. of section thirty-three, all In Entry deemed to law. Tax Deed
to encourage them to victory ? NWU and WVi of 8WU. Section SO, accordlnl
will .
!Tben remember that can help.To Qu.rt.r' and Southwest Quarter. If Township Thlrty-fv. South. Rang 'I Township 2S S.. Range (7 B.. Tallahassee th.r"ol on the .25th, dyiiatc. .. -. .. -
;you Comm..loner'a-ct. as establish Southwest Quarter of Section Twenty Thirty-four", Meridian !fni'August J IM -
maintain and safeguard your boy. at ed by Commissioners all of Sections Twenty-one, Twenty Lots one to thirty-two Inclusive of.?' 44e4vfl1"Thtee-yesr haa.,5jp&jtalim..nt4a Proof, to' . .'
In and for Osceola County, Florida two. Tw.nty.thrp. Twenty-four ofSer44tti.i.eom:1otLinee.4e.4M'rtrrtIrntit tablish claim to the landabove J. L. OVJRSTREET.
,jthe front takes money. Our. govern! at a regular.elo of.,nnld, J1g* Tjfc.n* til. ,'Ali M3<.etlon"TWB t Y:.nd of section two, lots one to eight before Clerk Circuit al Clerk Circuit Court.
ment needs that rnoiiey. ow".I9.n1i1.' '.t. except Half of Northwest Quarter Inclusive of section three,' lots nine, .crlbed. Court Plorlda ,
q Fa.t Florida, the of
.Hl.\.lh."UIW. on
ttu'i3n1tkfr."" ( '...tnd. '::"il t ry- to . of said Twentyistx, All of Sec eleven to eighteen Inclusive. of section October KI.lmm.e. .. ,1th' "(. Cour Seal) ,
: sure. No. I .
ronssluloMrVi Dlstrlrt tlons Twenty-seven, .Twantyeeight. th. lota twenty to twenty-five Inclu. a BurJtCH D- C.
shorten. the to save and of of section three, lots thirtyoneand Claimant names as w\n..e. J6t ,
war your boy "llnn",1 at the Nortl..t .orn.r North Hslf. of Northwest Quarter B..A. Sullivan of Fla. -
neighbor's the government' of South Section T.enty"ln. All of Section thirty-two of section three, lots L, of
boy W. Sullivan Loughman.
;7our (1) .
ot one to nine Inclusive of section P1a ORDER FOR PUBLICATIONla
Range (2?) running Thirty except Quarter four
B O. Hancock of Loughman. .
'wenty-.pven Fa.t
:asks you' to buy one or more Liberty South.rly and on said Section Thirty All of Section lots fifteen to eighteen ". C. T. Sullivan of FlaROBT. .

nd8. These bonds can be bought for the county to Cypress, thence Thrty-oh. Thirty-four Thlrty-flv section four lots tw.nty. twenty-three, Loughman. W. DAVIS, (. C..rt Stato of Florida
.. l All of Section Thirty and lot of section four lots
along the margin of Cypress to thirty-two 28t R
!*50. $100, 500.. 1000. They pay. In.tereet Lk. and three to Inclusive .ll
he center of the connecting two except West Half of NorthwesQuarter .ne t..nty.tou. : O. J. II. Hare. F. Knlbbs ...
they are free from taxes, and'ouwIlI Lake TohopekallBa and Lake Cypress and East Half. of East Half of of section five, t".n'y-ftYe. tAven.tyslx OIIDEK OF. PIBLICATION ..ada-aa. (...f..1...-..-. Jape
get back the entire hence along; the center of said can said Section Thirty-two: All In Township 1 twenty-nine and thirty of section F. ttrmmm, Loaj-e Hrmmm. .... H..r.
principal.Don't to Lake thence Northerly Thirty-two, South, Range Thirty. five lots orte to eight Inclusive of .. wl.
W I. .. ... Gillian
: just alt around and wish for vlc- along Tohop..kalla of said LakeTbhopekallfta three East section six, lots nine to twelve. Inclusive !.\\ Coort.evee'h Jodlclsl Clr.colt his. wife, Hay nrmmm

tory. peace and the safe return of the' to the canter of Shingle All of Sections Seventeen Nineteen of section six lots .seventeen, tethirtytwo > of Florida.. I. ... for OreolaCounty. (.. a .1 )1-I..roR.I.-.
Preek. following the center of Tw.nt .nln. Thirty-one Thlrtythr..ei'T.n. Intlu.I". West Halfof I. hcry, t'.r..r.. .r. .
one you love. Buy as many Liberty Ihlngle Creek to the county 11' Eleven Southwest Quarter. or lot twenty-seven of section six. lots -

bonds as you can and help to make hence West along said. county Section Thlrt..el. Northwest Quarter of one to thirty-one Inclusive of section Bar ..... A Cattle a Cor "c'cath Judicial ( Iresit. Oaecola Ceo a.ty. .
all of Pitt..n. seven, lots one, two three, e-lght nine, . "e..y.
point of beginning.tommlMloBer's. Section oorotloB, TaMpa la Cheacery.
your wishes come true. Slxt.en. Se".nte.n, ten of section eight lots t"urt..n. fifteen . . .
4t Meat ( .
Ellht..n. Key Hallway omiksor.eroeratloa 5
I District No XBeglnnlhg Nineteen Twenty e ..Ixte.n. south half of seventeenand <. ct al. .|ulct 1 appearing by affidavit appended to
I at a point In the center of ty-two. Twenty-three, West n"i t o t twenty section eight lots twentytwo Title. Bil. bill filed In the .above-slated cause
For every $100 a German e.rne. an Shingle Creek on the Township line dividing Section T.entv-ftve..U of to twentv-nlne. Inclusive and that Robert F. Bruna and Louise
'American earns $250: Put some of1 Township 24 and Township 25, Twenty-six Twenty-seven Twentv lot of section eight, lots Upon the filing of the bill of complaint truns, his wife| two of the defendant
j thence running Southerly and Knsterly .Ilht. Twentynine. Thirty Thirty one two three, four six, eight and heroin duly sworn to as provided therein named are non-residents of the
that $250 In Kalser-atopping United. along the center line, and r.lowJnl Thirty-two Thirty-three 'Thirty east half of lot ftof section nine. by Statute, I. ordered that the de state of Florida and -xe t of elII
States Liberty bonds. the meanderlngs of said Cr.ek four Thirty-five Thlrtv-slx; all In lots nine to sixteen Inclusive' of sec.tlon t..ndant. I Penn.ylv.nll Company City of Cincinnati. StstF of ell each
where It empties Into Lake Tohopeka. Township Thirty-three, South, Rang nine, lots ...ynt..n. eighteen, Insurance on . Granting 0".1 the age of twenty-one .. It
llga. thence through said Lake to R Thirty-four E.II nineteen, twenty, ritl twenty Annuities, a corporation as Trustee, a ther.tor. ordered that. said non-real
Fire Insurance. See A. E. point where .Etewart. Avenue In the of Seton. One to Thirty-six In. three of section nine, In Township Richard K. Sheldon, Leslie N Wllkle .. defendants be and they are here
Drought. town of .. }f extended elusive Thirty-four. South Thlrty-four South Range ThirtythreeEast. and May Alice Wllkle, his wile .J M. by required to appear to .the bill of
would enter the .said lake, thence In a Range Thirty-four East Dresser and Octsvla Dresser, his ; omplajnt filed In said cause on or b*.
Northwesterly course along the centerof All of Sections One to Three Inclusive -' East Half of lot two. lots three to Robert J. Edwards and IIt.Chapln. tore the 6th day of November,
BalmLIQUID Stewart Avenue to the center of Range Thirty-six South Ran a nine of section seven, lot. as sole A. D. otherwise the allegations
r.Magnolia Broadway, thence up the center of Thirty-four East. .I.ven. thlrt..n. fifteen, .Ixt..n. eighteen Will ,.urvlvlnl T..tament of ot said bill will be taken aa confessed
Ltroadway to Main Street, thence up All except West Half of Section and nl net..n of ..cton seven, lots Edwards* deceased, Robert J. .acob, hy said defendant .
FACE POWDER. the center of Main Street to the corporate Four all of Sections Five, Seven. twenty-three to thlrtytwo Hannah Edwards and Grace M Edwards It further ordered that this order
limits of the town of KI..lmmeeCiy. Eight. Nine, Ten Eleven of section seven five Inclusive as h'lr. at 10. of Jacob E". be published once a week for four con.
-s1 The beauty: secret! thence alone the center of the Thirteen .Fourteen, Fifteen,' S..ven..n.. of section eight lots tblrt..n to wards. deceased, and.appear' tothe ecutlve weeks In the Klsslmmee Vale
women who know how Highway to the county I. Ellht..n. Nineteen. Twenty Twenty- twenty Inclusive of section ,1"ht lots said bill I of complaint at the office icy Gazette a newspaper published In I
thence West along said county lne on. Tw.nty.thr.e. Twen- *, thirty ::edt ofsection of the Clerk of said Court at Klsslm.mee aid County and State.
.. to take; care of the corn- point of beginning. tv-four Twertty-flve, Twenty-six eight, lots eight inclusive Florida on londlY. the 5th day This 18th day of ept.mb.r. 117.

plexion. Cannot be (.....I' .)."tr.. I.. 3 Tw.nty."en.., Thirty Tw.nty-.lght, Twenty-Thlrtv- of section, and north nine 'lots half nine of lot to sixteenof fifteenInclusive of N the first, A.Monday I of. the said same month being , J.. Clerk L.-OVER8TREBT.Circuit' CUrt-.

detected. Heals Sun- "Ilnnlnl at a point In the center of six; all In Township Thirty-six, South.Itange section nine lots eighteen to t..n.ty.rour and that this order be published In the W. J. STEED. .
the and on the line 'di- Thirty-four Inclusive of section nine south Klsslmmee Valley Qasettek a newspaper Solicitor for
Hllhway. Compl.ln.nt
/:[ burn.Mops Tan. Soothing "ldlnl llxl. and Township '28, All of Section Ea.t, Ten Twelve. half of lots twenty-five, lots twenty published weekly ana of general (Circuit Court 40-4t
:: cooling.. refreshing. due East along said Townshipline Fourteen, Fifteen Nln.te..n. Twentyone. six I to thirty-two Inclusive of sectionnine circulation In Osceola County

.4'(f If PI.... w&. 'R to the Northeast corner of Hi ctlon Twenty-two Twenty-three, Twen lot tw.nty.tou. of section ten. once each w.ekfortour 44) Florid., RO.CI OF ADMINISTRATOR
f fSe. 'D.woe. .-ItI"..., 1, Township.' South Range Tlhtry ty-four, Twenty-five TwentysixTwentyseven lots one Inclusive of sec tive weeks prior to Bald day -
rv (SO) 'East thencn South to the watersof Thlrty.iv. of Towi ton eleven lots one, two three, fv., WITNESS mv hand and the seal of Is Co. Cooaty ".. Stale
I Sample (either color) for 2c. Stamp. East Lake ,Tohopekallga thenceSouthwesterly hip -.. Range Thirtiefour : of section seventeen, lots nine, ; said. Court at Klsslmmee Florid.this e .
across said Lake to the eleven and twelve to sixteen Inclusiveof FI.r'
the 17th day of September
1.pos MI..c... 40 South Fifth St.BrooU-a.N.Y. canal connecting East Lake Tohope. All. ex".pt Eat West Half of South.aa section seventeen, lots seventeeneighteen Jr. L. iu

kallga and Lake Tohopekaliga. thence Quarter of pection.P'ourall ,. twenty-one twenty-two andtwentyfour Circuit t.U..1.Clerk Is r Esisde .t Deis a...
along the center of said canal to waters Five, North Half of Section Six Southeast of acton seventeen lots Florida Court ..c"ol/ o. .,
of Lake Tohop..kalll' thence puarter of Section Seven all, exept wenty-flve, .. west Jialf of ( .. Seal) 40-4t '
1IIIIIIIpIsIIUIIIPILIIIItLegal across said Margin, ( North Half of Northeast Quarter lot twenty-seven and lot t..nty-e.rht ".Notice la hereby given to whom
; thence Northerly alon. the Western or Section Eight, all of Section Nine; to thirty-two Inclusive of ) OF HXRCUTOR '. '., It may that on the al day of
Margin of the a point where all of Township South, enteen, lots one to eight Inclusive of NOTICI, I ICoart <, oonc.rn.. ,
i i : ;. ;,1, ".> Olc.mb"r" D 1 U T.' I appjyito I .
: Shingle Creek empties Into said Lake, Range Thlrtf-three rthre. section eighteen, lots eleven. twelve, .. U.r jj Cessty'Judgel/' S.c..isC..ty" tl. T.' M* .ha1, Judge of
fifteen, across the Lake to a polst All, except North .. fourteen, .e..nt.n. Court' as t of Probate, for
Stewart Avenue In the Town of Quarter' and South Seuth..t eighteen,' lots .t.enty. twenty-ones to t State of Florida 8WSHMRB my final . ..ude.. A
:J: Advertisements : Klsslmmee City, .extended would eniter Quarter:.'of Section Ten all of Section twenty-five-Inclusive of section eighteen .. r Estate of Jeha. W.. Thooipaoai of the estate of Delma . .the said Lake,! thence tn a Northwesterly Eleven. S.ton. Twelve Thirteen. : lots twenty-eight 1 to thirtytwoinclusive ed: and that at the same time .
course along the center of fourteen,' Flt..n. ". 8ev.nte.n. of section eighteen, lots one Notice is hereby II"en. to all whom present to said Court my final accountsas
: Stewart Avenue to the center of Eighteen.. all except North to eight Inclusive ef section nineteen, It may concern that .12th day of Administratrix of said estate. arid
'No.U7. Broadway, up the center of Half of Northwest Quarter of Section lots nine to sixteen Inclusive, December, A D shall apply .to ask for their
Itrpert .. the Condition of t h* H road way Street, ' up Twenty-one, .all In Township Thirty. lot fourteen of section nineteen .. the Honorable T. M,7l Judge ofsaid Dated June .ppr.vel, lilT .
KIeelMMIL1rn the center of Main Street to the corporate three South Range. Thirty-four seventeen to thirty-two Inclusive of Court as Judge Probate, for my JACKIE ANN GRAHAM
C1TI.KIIAXK OK limits of the Town of Klsslm All of Sections Twenty-two, Twenty- section seventeen, lots one to thirtytwo nnal discharge as Executor of the estate 2 -'mos AdmlnJatAsrluOHDHH .
of Florida.t .
tb Mtate mee City, thence along the center of three, T..nty.tour. all except Northwest Inclusive of section twenty lots of John W. d"oea.4;
*he clo-e of hu..n.sMrplri.htr the nlxl. Highway to the county line, Quarter of TWenty-flve. all except one to thirty-two Inclusive of section and that. .at the "Thomr.on.I wil OF PtllLICATIOVla
: llth. 1911 same being the point of beginning South Half of Northw..i Quarterof h..potv.o. lot twenty of section sent my final of
Section all except : twenty-four and said and ask for their approval. -
tWf vf101. .tat.
.Tw..nty-.lx. .
Resource ( District No. 4 ) twenty-six lots tlrrnll Cntu-t. Nrveath Jsdieiei'Cir.
:"I..r. Southeast Quarter .f Southwest Quarter Dated June llth, A. MBDOAR I .
Loans real cetate---------163,8O6.7 cult ef Florida, .. Bad for OeceelBtmiaty
on .
I st the Northeast corner of Northwest Quarter andYest Half one to thirty-two of section .
Loam .on collateral I real ..tate--security fl2.033.I Bellnnl"K South Range 24 East and of ?Northeast Quarter of Section Twen. t..nty-"v.n. lots one to thirty-two 26-Cmos_ E.mto. la Chaaery.llartow .
I other 77.5til/.67/ thenc. West along the county ty-sev, all of Section Tw.nty.ehrht..I Inclusive ..cUon t..nty..llht. lots
and rUIIlnl
Overdrafts All other IUHIIS____ _..discounts_.____._ 67.61 anKe line dividing Town- except Southwest Quarter of Sea one to thirty-two ,' NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX I.... dt 'attic Coa-naBy, a. Corporafloa -
u Mhlps 30 amt 21, thence South alongs6ii all of Section Thirty twenty-nine, lots one to thirty-two In- 574 *-.. Jack-oa'lllc, 1 ..->.
United Staten bonds, -_._...____ 2ooo.ouii (I Twenty-nine REEl> 3flit1t SUCTION AND .
and municipal l HHRKO line to Neat Lake Tohope Thlrtv-one, Thrty-twn. all oxcept of section thirty-one; all In B7B. STATUTEOF < Key VicHallway ( osspaar, .

-State bond. county_________________A._.. 16MOOI I klUga. thence Southwest to the head of Northwest .. Half of Township Thlrty-flve South .Range Tim STATE OW''AI.OF orporatloo, ot .'. Hill to Mulct
Stinking riouso, furniture canal on' said Lake faouthwKt Quarter .f 8e..ton Thlrtv- Thlrty-fo-r Enst Lots above ateordlnl Ft.OltDA. Title.
and fixtures 23.960.99.h..r l I thence dtrwn the center of said canAl to three, .all except of to Southern Colonization. The complainant above named hav
real estate- _-_-_-_-_-_-_--_u--_-_ 12.21i1t.1/11/ Lake Tohopekallgn, th..e West Northeast Quarter ft Section Thlr- 1lat. on file Public nBc.rdl Osceola NOTICE I Is hereby given that H. MPfann InK filed In this court Its sworn bill
Claims and other reaourcvs__ Gil!?.2' across" said Lake to Its Western Mar-. tv-feur all except Northeast and George T. Slngeltary purichasers .opl..rnt.. It at'"s th.t la Its belief
Due fiom incorporated banks 3bU4 24 thence South on West .hor.of Bald Quarter of Thlrtv-flve, all eneeptNortheast Said property levied upon as the of tax certificate No. 09. dated there are parOlee, persons, firms and
Checks and exi.haniri'S J.>r tln. to the annul the Quarter and Southeast property of defendant. Purchaser to tho 6th day.ot July, A. D I' have corporation ,1".ln. to hold or hav
clearing-Other cash Items2,657.11 ci-nlef of 'said OB mil. to I.k. Cypressto Quarter of Northwest Quarter. of Section pay for title, T..rm. of sale cash filed said In my office and some right .tt. Int..I of. In and

i Cub on nand________________ 8.62713 where said. cnnnt Inh..t.. the Thlrtv-slx; all In Township Thlr H INGRAM. have mode for tax to to the I.r.ln.t.r ,described.
Township" lisa dlvldl"1 Township 27 tv-thfee South tango Thirty-three Sheriff of Osceola County Florida issue In accordance with law whose names, *> and
: Total---------------------U7t1.61t1.1i8 and 28, th.nce said Township East ,. 87.Bt Said certificate embraces the fotlowf abode. and post Office addresses. are
line to the Northeast corner ofTownahlp AH excerpt Northeast Quarter of In" described lands. lying- and b.lnl to complainant unknown and. having
Liabilities 28 South, Range 31 East Northwest Quarter and West Half fNorthwest on".JI'.Oi PIIII.ICATION' in Osceola County. / prayed r'lel against such unknown

Capital Stock paid. In__'______8 85.004.00 thenou South to the Southeast corner Quarter of Section Ten, Ircnlt ('.ur'. Stale ef Florida. PnrldA to.wl: I parties p."n., firms and corporations
Surplus' fund ------------ -- 16,060.00( of said Town.hlp. boat to tho Township Thlrtv-flve South Range In ( 10' .. West of center ofSection nnd .demanded the entry of an orderof
Undivided profits (less ex-= of the county Thlrt' >.-three East. J. M. MII.r. 4'omplalaaot. v.. C clllr 1 ToWnship 26 South. Rang publication h.r..ln.. pursuant to the
: in.'s and taxes. paid)n___ S,5 l.3: JJnllter.lound"rl .the ou"t1 line to East Half of Section One, al of Sec 11.r. .... ..., "... Seventh 2A Fa.t. North 20 chains West 1H Statute: CIt
Individual deposits subjectto point of beginning. tlon Two East ( Irewlt. Onceola CouatyIn South 20 chains East H4 Is thereupon ordered that all|l parties -
check __________________167,1SI> 14 of River .I of .I t..r chains persons, firms and
Time certificates of deposit__ (3.445.4') : CommlssloBer'a District No. 0Beginning S11. R..t"n. The lands being ; In the corpr.Uon.
Eight,. Nine, Ten, I to .ai a.e..pd to have or hold |
Certified checks .____________ 4...1Cashiers at the Northeast ffrnt teen. Fourteen, I fI East t"I'e of I bill appearing filed In by tho affidavit above-stated appended causethat name F. Meyers. nt the date of the .llhnlnl Interest b.', through or underthe
checks outstanding13.101- Township 29 South, Range Section Seventeen all Issuance of said o..rtlncat. unless said. Jlck.on""I. Tampa & Key West *->
,Savings Deposits n_____.:___. 23.0'JJ.H and running thence South along the Twenty-one and Twenty-two,S..cton. named.Cellle Miller non-resident, the defendant of the therein state- ;' ,'rlicat. shall be redeemed according Railway Company. a corporation created -
county line to the Township line dividing Sections Twenty-four, all Frac- .a resident of I' to deed will Issue thereon on and existing under the laws of
; Total---------------------$279.61163: 22 West of Florida, da the 25th day of September, A. I). 117. Florida
Townships% Twenty-six all Frac 'tel the State of : the PennsyvanlaCompany
tonal S.cton. da and that she I Is over the
; hand and seal .
along said ..h'.dlho" the Klsslmmee Twentj -seven, all East. Witness my otftcll for Insurance on '
;. aMate of Florida. River, along the of R..oton Sections Twentyeight.Thirtythree twenty-ona years It .defendant this the 22nd day of August, J I'll.J. Orantlng- LIe..an4
that said -Annult.-a. Tru.t..i eOI
SB* Western. Boundary to all d.r.1 n.n.r..ldpnt .OVERSTRPIT. poration awe of
nthoo.f..cj; ad. Thirty-four b.and-t.- to" .
: Cashier of the Lake Cypress, thence North and East *1 -) bill of b..rfby.qulrtdtcapp.| .cause Clerk Clr..ult the State I.nn.ylvlnl. Richard K
8ton" j'hlrtTlv"andTblrly"I' the
above-nasned bank do soiemnlyweRratthe along_the We.ShoreOfLake Cypressto all before Monday the 1st day ofOctober *.'I.rlda' Sheldon J..ob'Ed..rd., Trustee;
above statement Is true to the the Township Line dividing Townships Range Thirty-three Vast. on D 1917, otherwise 8. H.Bu.L K D'I r. Leslie| N. Wikie. May Alice Wllkle.his .
best of my knowledge, and belief 27 and 28, thence Hast along said All of Sections Thirteen to.thirty- gations, said bill will be :5 (Circuit Court Seal) :1 wife, Dresser and OctavloDresser >
ROGER DODD. Cashier. line to the Northeast corner of Township six Inclusive, of Township Thlrty-b..f. ".. : said defundant. hk his wife; Fain Investment
Correct-Attest: 28 South. Range 21 Kast. thenceMouth South, Range Thirty-two Jaat It ts ordered this NOTICE! .APPLICATION FOR TAX Company a corporation. Robert J Ed
F. W. HILIj to the Southeast corner of said All of Sections One, Three., order be turth.r once a week DKKD UNDER SRCTION BT4 AND wards and Francis L.. Chapln as
, .. C. W, URIKFIN. Township, thence East to point of be. Four .all East nt River of Section for four published wee las In sole .ur.lvlnl executors of the
0. T. SINOLETARY.Dlr.ctor.. ginning.' Five South Half of Southeast Quarterof the Klsslmmee Valley. a newspaper ITS OK-VH11AL .TATUE" LaM ,' Testament of JacobEdwards

.. EBNEST MACH, Chairman Section Elgh. all of Sections Nine published In Oa..t.Co.ty and T"I STATE! .FLORIDA deceased; Robert 5. Ed
(Seal) Attest: Ten all 'V..t Half of South State. wards, Hannah Edwards and Oracq M.
\ Subscribed; and sworn to before me i. L OERSTREET Clerk. west Quarter Of. Elnven. all of This 1st day of September, 117 NOTICE Is hereby given that J Edward. either 'as hcp-s at law, do*
this 15th day of September Ut U-t Section Twelve, North Half of Northwest j. L. OVERSTREET: W. Titus, purchaser of Tax CertificatesNo. "I.e. .r.nt..... 1.I.t"e. widows,
Seal) Quarter. North Half of Southeast of creditors, und.rtrust
( Clerk Circuit Court. 624 and 1022 dated the fta day U.nor. . .
H STANLEY BULLOCK. MASTER'S SALE) Quarter of Section Thirteen, all of Section Z. BASS. July. A. D ll1& has filed said certificates or otherwise, and all parties,
Notary Public Fourteen, sH except Northeast Solicitor for Complainant. In my office and has made application persons, firms and! corporations claiming *
My commission expires October .3rd, Circuit C tho Seveatb Quarter and North Half of SoutheastQuarter (Circuit Court S-t for tax deed to Issue In accordance an Interest of any kind or character -
I J..I.I.I ".al
H211.JOT.CR. Circuit of"t..1. Stat of Flor'... of Secton Fifteen al of Sec- to law. Said certificates embrace of. In and to the lands and tenements
O !. Chancery. Case Clara B. ton } .. of of See ADMINISTRATOR'S NOT.CB..O SELL the following lands lying and being described In sad{ bill of com
-0.APPLICATION FOR TAX Clark by T..... 1*. .I. her setfrlcsd 8e".nte.n. all East of River of REAL situate In Osoeola Ceiyity.. .Florida, pl.lnt. to-wlf:
BTd Section T..nty. all of Sections Twen to-wlt. East half, and northeast quarter otnorthwest
8EC.01 AID mmm. htiehaad... C..ll..t. ty-one and Twenty-two, all. except Lot 24, Seminole Land 4 IRT. Co.'a quarter of section twenty
STB GENERAL STATUTES, "....derns.Uc rgo.Notice of Sale. Southeast Quarter anc East Half ofN.thw.a In C..r of Ceenty : ...: Stale of Sub-Dlvn of RU of NEt and Lot 4, of four (24)towashlp; all of auction thirty-six (2().

THE STATE) 0.FLORIDA. p Qu.rt.r South Half of FI.r. Section Thirty-two' (82). To.n.lpT..nty thrty.thr.. (J8 south
North..t. Quarter -.I (58) range thirty-two east.
'NOTICE I. hereby-given that Albert To George B. Mlllard and Delsl L and South Hal Northeast 1st Estate of Z.W. Rasa, Deceased.Osceola (20) East,and Lt South. Block 31$. SL Southwest quarter of northwest
of Tax Certificates Millard his wife Joseph Costello Quarter of Twenty. Cloud. quarter and northwest quarter of
DI.t.n'of. purchaser and 887, dated the 6th dayot JCIttle ii n Costello his wife and to all four all except South Half of Southwest Ceoaty. The Bald land being assessedat southwest quarter of. section thirty-
116.-has filed said certificates whom may concern. Quarter and North..t Quarter the date of I..uano.. of such four (4. township thirty-Ova (IS)
July. .let and made Notice I* hereby given by the nailer- of Section n pectinTwentysix certificates In the name of Unknown. south .* thirty-four (II) ..t
office to hf. In application ac-- signed that he as Special Master In and Twenty-seven. Northwest 'Notice la hereby given to all whom It Unleii said certificate .1.1 b* .TO All of sections thirtv-foor ($
tax deed
to Said certificate *m- Chancery heretofore appointed in this Quarter of Sth..t Quarter and concern that Henrotta Bass ss deemed according to law. t.1 will tblrtr..I. (36). township thlrtr-ae-ren
la. eaua*. will .ctnl under a final decree West Half of Quarker of of the Estate of Z. W.ol'' Issue thereon on the SIth day dee.September I t .outh..rang thirty-four (14)
-, following de.crlb. property Florida entered the 10th dayof Section Twenty-eight, Northeast Quarter Bass deceased will, on the 2nd dsp' '. D. 1817. . 17 .luat. lying and being In the
.nc. In Osoeola County. A. D. 1(17. offer f.r sale and of Northeast Quarter East of River October A. D. 1817 apply to the Honorable A J. I .a.t and State of Florida

-.. and Lot Augus public auction\ In front of th* of Twenty-nine.. Southwest 4,. Murphy, County Judge In of Circuit L OVERBRE1T. do be and appear to complainant'. bill.
Block 4 Cloud.. 8t Cloud Court House door at kis.imrnae, Osce Quarter : of Rlrerof Section Thir and for Bald county, at his office In Cark Court 0..01. I herein filed at th* office of the Clericof
17 Block 182. St, ola County. between the 'ty-three. of Thirty-four Klsslmme, to said county at 10 U-I said Court at Klssimme, Florida .
k The assessedat Flord. 1.1a1 Scton.
.' said ln4. being of such hours of _I. Rule Thlrty-flve.. of Township o'clock a. m, or aa Boon thereafter .. NOTICE or PiX4'V'rOR I on the arM Monday In January, A D. .
the date Issuance 1(17 namely the 1st ThirtytwoEltsi the matter can b* hoard, for authorityto being the 7th of
> October A. ., day Thirty-two Booth.' Range (For Sisal Dtoehara-e) the same
.; certificates In the name. of A. Utta. Cn*. of October A. D. 117. for cash to the .* i sell at public or. private sale, thefollowing 1.1.month) and that this order b. published -

L less said certificates to law.hal deed be will redeemed nlgJiest and best bidder the following ; except East' Hal.of Norbw.t described. real .tt.It*.said la Court 'Ceooty immmm QassaUCo once each week for twelve, (U*
aGordlnl lands In' Osceola County.' Quarter of Section county, to-wlt consecutive' week prior to the date
. *, Stato of
Issue 16th day of September of Of Sea. t. Town-
The NWH Fe.
Quarter and In the KisaimmeeValley
Half Northeast
ef said : North of BE' last
A. IX lIlT property at ..pn4.nU.. ,corner South Half of Northwest Quarter of ship 26. Rang I : .lso HU 8W* of In Re Estate o< JOB. .. .tor.11... published an*.

. .. :. ii OVERSTRXET ot B.lnnlnl Block of J. W,, Lilly** Section all exoept BBU and W% SWtt of BBJt See. 7. o..t. circulation In
r .Clerk of Crel Cour Osoeola County, Addition to Klsalmm ran thence Two .fl Three all NOPU..tQuar. Township II S 'Range 1* B: also 8WHof NoUN .a hereby given to .U whom County, 0'

ck1.: orda 26-6t Eat along th* South aid of Haghey Four, Lots O. to Seven 11,1..1.lon NEH, 80, Township.a.Rang It iia7 ODMrn r ,.th.shall n.t day .t" hand and the seal of, j
.' It .. South 100 feet Section. Sections -Ten J' Otib.r. A i Mid at thlo
Stret th.n. Hln. or I Curt KI..ha..1oda
JOC.C01CO. .South line of .In said Block and Eleven Half Which application will b. .." thE Murphy. .tgr, the o Ul. .
Norl 1t. 8fmAriar1
4 i"ls'herebyV<" anal
of said t", North ': Lots One Ue In raid oonrt. II./ Clerk Clreult
: W'ed br the Board of County corner :: nrl ,1.. of John deceaaodjand Cou' 0.
\ _lioaers of Osoeola County.. th.Wt'Wound lino of .ai4 I Eleven, of Boo. Dated August A' UI. MoLulbln X will I' ,:
Fl. alopi that at the present urCourt. :
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.' . I I I 0 I 0 0 I 4 I 0 I I 0 I +-0 I 0 I I 0 I 0 I t I 0-M-I I 0+0 I CALLED TO THE COLORS GUESTS VISIT REST ROOM ;
You called to the colors for the Recent out-of-town guests
$ are i ing at the Rest Room are: 1

'$ Society ,Notes e And war the is on time,
\ and gone. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. ,Morsman of
The might of, the warrior, and the '
(Mfa. E. E. Wells Editor.) ' Cloud.
,thunder of ,
the records, sent to Tallahassee :
Grace A.
Is our (country a reply to the Germansand by the members of the poultry ville, Ind. Presgrove' :

Request b Bud to all patron of the! Valley Gazette to end items Huns. clubs were compared an OsceolaBounty Miss CapUnger of i

die Editor for publication in these colnats. You called] to the colors, arifl ( woman, Mrs. Schreifels, of the Ind., now at St. Cloud.
*f Society Events So are you Shingle Creek section, was found to Miss Dora Frenches, Stj Cloud.con'a(
cannot stay,
have wen first honors Mrs.Joe Lester y
. . . . . . Though the enemy's trenches are bar- Mrs. Steven Purlin also
. . and received
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. - - - - - - - - ring your way. honorable mention. KISSIMMEE CONCERT BAND

In the thick of the combat you will do Mrs. Schreifels' flock of birds Is of -, ,
TOMORROW IS TAG DAY WOMEN REGISTER FOR your sharer: .' the Ancona variety and numbered .
There the wild roar of battle is "the Forty-one hens and two roosters when J. D. Woodbeck has accented

voice of prayer. .. the record began the tint of January. position of director of the "
FOR THE RED CROSS DEFENSE 'OF NATION pea I Exact 4ata shows that 3,955 eggs band left vacant by the i
You the colors
are called to ,' were gathered( during: the six months G. M. Shearouse, Jr.
ple are bowed, following, or to August 1st.. Of this 41. D. is not only a fine musician :
For the whole world is living under amount sold a capable director, but he is / '
2,075 were at prices
A Red Cross tag day will be observed The registration; ,of the woman war's dark cloud.. ,, ranging from: 25c to .uc per'dozen. I liked by.the band?boys.; He ;was

in Kissimmee Saturday when every power of this city, for national defense With'the strength of brave manhood 414 chickens were raised, 260 of them .

and child is urged to will your actions ring true, were,.sold as broilers for the sum of
man. woman began Wednesday and continue : '
contribute a free will offering toward And the hearts of the people are 104. The feed for the flock was fig

,this cause. Those who purchase the throughout, the week.This'is trusting. in you. ured at $138.55,''and the het gain was
nation-wide service "

z ti tags every may do cent so with will be'the'spent knowledgethat in, buying women its may a crisis.render The'their government country in You are called to the colors f ,- 'fairFlorida's $368.Mrs. Schreifals ,has" reserved 200 RIG! S ;
great lions
more material to continue the, fine liens and 6 roosters for this season -
i making of surgical ,dressings and the knows therfe .are a certain! number, of' With the !lard,. of the bugles: and rattle , and she wilt have little, dread of
women within its horders.who are enjoying of drums1You're ; the -h. c. 1.
hospital, garments, of its protection and many ofthese the pride of all hearts and cluh .
chairman The la
Bullock the
.Mrs.; S. H. poultry a pew department .... : ,
y would render r the chief of .
gladly come Special riur'joys, ,.
entertainment committee, with Mrs. of the home extension work andOtecola 0/1(
L. Dunne, service should'jt be needed. Now, And the flog! of the country is safe ,: .., '.
L. II. Ingram, Mrs, W county was not ol.ganlzedalonA'
which women can serve; in n special with our boys. :i
Mrs. that line.
Carson Gay Several
Miss Anne Bryan poultry raisers -

t Livingston( Mrs M. Katz, Mrs, W. J. way and which cannot? That in a -Ervin S. Hall.Written ..enrolled howtvet'"nnri as a result I // The goody! that-iS) ,
endeavoring honor
the in
authorities 'when
question of B
are Company ,
I Sears, Mrs. C. W. ))ann, Mrs. W J.Fiipp this locality made the highest rec )I'd.
and Mrs J. Wade Tucker, her,: to answer. they entrained on September 10th. 1 % 4MW EL :: >

eo-workers. .will direct, the work of u, against/ Remember thelf none will are and obliged there\ to serVe may to go to the great war. : HOOKS FOR LIBRARY e .i beneficial to teeth l _

11 th"lU !!. .. ,. ... .,. ... '
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I2It. ,
thtt flay,u Hed 'CI'oldIS- ,8&V ENAP.L.CANr.s..EASSri: and stomach isWrlfiley's t
On same J
!t.7': i .ili/o'1'ary'atrth.t;
of tlrestorei than that which is being under_ (rbiwi4s4r G h7 / ,
be made
windows play Here will bo the Red Cross bartner, but should an TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS Hart Memorial building, will be glad best for cf ildr enT '
i on emergency arise, -whom could be depended to learn that new books will be added
shown tbe work of the class .
on for action .and what is to the collection from time to time.
. ,
and of
cal an'equipmcnt' Nine "
dressings applicants took th examination
;} equally important, who would not be The, four recently purchased\ were:
it hospital supplies, und some of the articles for te.achers' certificate, at the Is
subject; to call.: "The Heart of the Desert, by H6noreWillsie
made by the knitting department ? county courthouse Saturday after'
These names could be taken from ; "Prudence the Parsonage -
'' the census report of any' community noon. Eight of these were white and ," by Ethel Hues ton;. ."AndJ ew the
$274.32 have been expended for material one colored. Four received first grade ".
but the government desires to learn Glad by Maria Thompson' Daviegs
I ;
make these \ In addi- U Helpful(
to supplies. certificates!, two received second grade "
the wish of its people, and is asking and "Daddy Long Legs by Jean
tion to that, seventeen women have certificates, one third, and two failedto
them to state if they do or do not wishto Webster.
ji worked six hours a day for eight daysconverting be called upon. I'. make the required average. These books are paid for by the .. ... j"
those interminable
yardsof The Kissimmee unit of the women'scommittee 'The applicants were: Mrs. LauraLee received from 4 -
money membership .ii
gauze into supplies, which may was organized recently Mrs. Lula Atwood Miss Lottie cards, the rate for a family ticket being ,,, to all ages.! It
mean the very saving of a life, possj-) Doolittle, Miss Violet VanNatta St ,
with Miss Elizabeth Aultmfon chairman $2 and the single tickets at $1. A 1 ,,
bly the bringing home of one of our Cloud;; Miss 'Cecilia Overstrcet, Miss massages and i
who placed Mrs. W. 13. Makin- aiy-months ticket is also fold at fifty
own boys. ....MI.., son in charge of the registration head- Virginia Tiller, Miss Abby Harris, cents .'
Surgical Dressings quarters in the building next to the Kissimmee; Mrs. Lottie Huff,' Camp However the library is a public one strengthensthe
A box of surgical dressings must RobersonPharmacy.. Mrs. M. Katz bell. in the sense that visit the y
anyone may t o oI"
t' contain Airs. M. A. Clark was in charge of the rest room and read: as long as they t gums]" f
21 bundles of oakum containing
pads, room, assisted by Mrs. W. J. Fripp, ONE HOT DISH FOR NOON choose.
six in each
bundle. Mrs. Wilson, Miss Aultman keeps teeth "'
and oth-
32 dozen :.inch muslin bandages
ers, who greeted the ladies on their SCHOOL CHILDREN IN PLAY
fr yards long. arrival and explained the registrationcards. After clean and 1 '
32 dozen 4-inch muslin 5 /
bandages, experiment'' which has much to The Brooklyn schools might just as '
t yards long. On Thursday, Mrs., S. H. Bullock recommend it is being tried in a number well have been closed one day during every breath sweet. J"
3 dozen 3-inch crinolin
bandages. supervised the room with Mrs. Stan of the country schools o.;' f)*<:ph) the making of "Mary Jahe's Pa," the '

2:3 dozen dozen 3-inch 4-inch crinolin bondages. ley, Bullock, Jr.; Mrs. H. C. Stanford, county where home extension work oi f Greater ViUfgraphBlue, Ribbon fea- meal aids appetite ,1'::
flannel .
bandages. Mrs. W. J. S. Carr) Mrs. P. K. Weaver the most practical sort' is taught. ture, which will be the attraction at I'
2 dozen 4-inch flannel bandages and Miss Inez Carson ,assisting. At the Bassville, Alligator Lake the Casino Theater on Friday. and digestion.
5 dozen head (four tail) bandages. Mrs. Makinson was in charge to and Pleasant Valley schools, two The Vitagraph Company desired a

3 dozen T-bandages. day,'assisted by Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, burner oil stoves have been purchase throng of ,school children of all size '
I, 5 doze triangular bandages. Mrs. W. L. Winn, Mrs. M. D. Alexan by the school board and one hot dish and ages to support a scene in "Mary
3 dozen abdominal bandages. der, Mrs. M, Katz and Mrs E. E. for the noon lunch is prepared by the Jane's Pa." The result was that on
24 gauze compresses, 4-inch square. Wells.- pupils. Committees among the children the day in question there were hun, The.
6 gauze rolls 1 yard long. Should are appointed to for the dreds of
< the registration not be com- arrange youngsters at the studio and .
,6 gauze rolls, 3 yards long. pleted the room may be opened again cooking and this food is prepared a t all of them since have been boastingof
24 l gauze compresses 9-inch square next week leisure momenta as far as possible.In being "in the movies." \
6 linton gauze bandages, 3 inches, the Bassville district where few .t Flavor
10 yards long.A of the girls are old enough to take an '..
quantity of cotton. \ MOLLIE KING, A MOVIE:,STAR, active part in this new work, the boysare : '" ", '

iV These articles are made under the IS QUEEN'OF:'' I KITCHEN, :TOO qualifying, as food experts. BRILLIANTINE TRIUMPHS. Lasts :
,, supervision of a nurse or of some one At the Alligator Lake 'school a if7
r who has qualified to make them. The kitchenette has been built just commodious I "
muslin bandages must be stamped enough for the stove and
with "Made in Kissimmee..: ?;,v/The '.,.. Pretty Molly' King who is starring the equipment. A platform on rollers .Beautiful Suit of S.rv-

contents of 'J],the ; )package j&mustgf J, be in Pathe's?aerial,,'-A'Mysteryiu. of*jthe 'was made for, the, stove which may , ',1'ic.abl., Modish Material. 'J.Navf'bi
counted several t.lmes'and; the number jtheUoublelCross.jythejthirdJepisodeJof j i snowbeieasily\ moved 'Loiitint.o@th: @i
/of,the articles stenciled plainly on the (twill{beishown!atHtheM Casino ioom\whenfood\ ; isbeing: prepared dil>.p e : J"
: brlllfanttne featured'lo
wJappinga.'i"7 a 4! ,.,.,.. ,, Theaterltomorrowjnighfielq I : ( ueenli\in RThel| instruction Falongi this!lihel will $
The box is then forwarded to the the kitchen and is a fine cook' particu-I be'carried on 'jointly by*the' teachersand lhisltedfern1mdidetb I thoj material beIlIg''eU'adapted GV 1I"
Bush Terminal,, New York, where the larly when it domes to making' candy. by the county agent, who will tit tllo"rippling'[ folds j I
In between scenes she Fine white braid and buttou's trim tbe
wrappings are re-enforced and it i is is'kept busy give special attention to dishes pre
sent 'somewhere making caramels, fudge and' other
in France. pared from corn meal and from homegrown .
Hospital Garments I delicacies for everyone in the studio vegetables.One L'ti, l
For weeks the machines have been Two of her favorite: receipts follow: noticeable effect of this depart ,
kept busy at the Red Cross head Stuffed Dates,
tuar ment js the Increased intcicst irj food
) jro
ters'' stitching innumerable Take one pound 'of dates, remove
production. Miss Albinn Smith, the
if garments. Twelve full equipments stones ,and cover with :wine, allow to county agent, stated that chhd :
have been undertaken stiind ,one whole night and day, then every '
by workers ten '
over years 'Of age inthe, three\ .districts r
And take the dates and fill ..
are well with almonds
under Ladies or
way. are where this is being tried, haspledged ,
4 "' urged to continue this work and to any kind of nuts. Roll in powdered himself to plant a garden this I ,.;!.

spend few hours at the loom any augur: season and they are' now going about ARNOLD: ALAN J. M.\C DONOtJGlI :" j
time it is most convenient to do so. I It Alarsh'Tiallow and Cherry Fudge I,it with enthusiasm. ?

r is not. necessary to belong to the Red One cup sugar, one tablespoon butter ARNOLD & MacDONOUGH : '
Cross. Everyone is welcome there. onehalfup cream; one-quarter
The class in pound preserved cherries :NOTICE Iw.
surgical dressings has ; one-quarter i }.
completed their course and will meet pound marshmallows and two squares I Contractors, Engineers, Architects
The Y
Missionary of
on Tuesdays and chocolate. Put the Society the q
on the work. ", Thursdays' to carry in saucepan and stir sugar until boiling cream, Methodist Church will discontinue its GTO AYE- CITIZENS BANK BLDG. -:

t The elementary hygiene' class will then add the chocolate and stir until custom (of holding Talent Teas each .- . -' .. . --- -: __ 00-------:: I" _
i not finish! their study until some time melted. Boil until it forms a soft ball month, while the present conditions
1 next week, when tried in cold water. Add but prevail, A social hour will follow the l t"
w ter and regular literary meeting of the society
remove from fire. Beat for IS
minutes and pour into a well-buttered 1 and no refreshments will be serv Fresh Milk Cows for Sate f fI
NOTICE ed. These
tin. in which are the marshmallows meetings may be held at the .
r' and cherries cut .small. Cut into I church bungalow! or at the homes. .
The Eastern Star will hold their I squares.Dr. This is optional with the leader.
regular monthly meetings on the sec- The Rebecca Lodge will celebrate F :
t' and and fourth Thursday nights of its 68th anniversary tonight at their :1
very month, in therr hall in the Fra- the Presbyterian W. B. Witherspoon, pastor of hall in the Fraternity building. The ,3 have' several fresh young Jersey milk
ternal Church, spent ceremonies will ,
building. All members take place at the' con
t Urged to attend. are Wednesday Orlando on ecclesiastical clusion. of. their regular business session. sf"tnv. cows for, sale. Come early and get your 1

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appreciate prompt and. businesslike attention l lo their banking trans- OF

: actions. Books -: ,

I The facilities of this institution are of such a nature that the requirements i' i "'
a'' g of the smallest personal accounts- ,
are given the. tame. consideration F ;

i e t and cart as the demands of the largest, corporate customers . "SuppliesenierSawyer 0"1 fi
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t a e Individualized personal Service is here for you f I. ,* ,,;': '. : -" '. \ ,
.aaoaror.oaeovarrasleeves ,
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,:' bleb collar and girdle. The

basque front Is also braided. Tiny blue u if.

,t fI tlICUCI ; ostrich tip ,make, the stickup on .the ::

CITIZENS BANKT turban.What. ,

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7 f '1. OF KISSIMMEE :would Oeorfo Washington,or f-i'f..;

I' I Abraham Lincoln think of the Amen '\: '

,j/( 'JL: I' caa who' failed to buy United State* ,: 1I11ug ,
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II' I I ,Liberty bonds. / :: .' *

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