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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 28, 1917
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00822
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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: ALABAMA PAVING GOVERNM'T[ REPRESENTATIVE ,1 -'

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AWARDED THE CONTRACT FOR is hoped that there'will be a large attendance ate the TO MAKE REPORT ON LOCAL .. ,,.

regular meeting the Board of Trade tonight,'whi':j th---;


r PAVING RO'AD'TO'' LOUGHMAN matter of"' laying out and beautifying' park ground adjoining -\ iISITE FOR AVIATION SCHOOL .i

the passenger station will be taken up. Other mattersof

4 importance to; Kissimmee will also be discussed. !

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ONLY TWO BIDS SUBMITTED, THE .. . 4_ r=fl '" I W P. STEVENS, ,REPRESENTING '
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c''I 1 LOWEST ALABAMA ON COMPANY EVERY SPECIFICATION BEING-', SCHOOL FUNDS DIVIDED FOOTBALL SQUAD OF 'RED CROSS TAG DAY HIGH SCHOOL SOCIETIES THE WHALEY GOVERNMENT PASTURE, GOES NEAR OVER PEG-. ';


...-COUNTY CONVICTS WILL WITH OKEECHOBEE CO. HIGH SCHOOL ,GETTING NETS $69.78 TO HELP READY, TO BEGIN: WORKThe ORN JUNCTION AND WILL RE.'

H BE USED ON THE CONSTRUCTION ,-. PORT HIS FINDINGS TO AUTHORITIES .4

1 WORK. The official meeting of the' School READY FOR "HARD WORKThe CARRY ON THE WORK ,Utopian 'and Stenolakean literary AT WASHINGTON. ..r '
with ,
the
Board of Okeechobee county societies of the Osceola county
Osceola county board was held at high school have existed as organizations -

The Board of County Commissioner Supt.what Yowell's portion office of the Saturday school to funds decide football squad is hard down at Tho Red .tag: day observed in, for perhaps five years and so W. P. Stevens, government agent ;

met in special session last Saturday belonged to the new county. work every day. While the team has Kissimmee last Saturday brought meritorious did their work become Inspecting ,proposed aviation sites

.i to open bids for the construction W. W. Chandler, J. M. Lee, .S. L. not been selected,' the line-up will $"9.78 All into the members treasury of of the the enter.chap' that Prof.', R. M. Evans placed their I spent Wednesday in Kfssimmee .lookIng -
of the road leading south to the Polk Hamrick likely be as follows: ter. day activities on a purely voluntary basis i
Grey and Sutp. R. E. were "
.:f 'county line. All members of the present at the meeting with Chairman I. BronsonJ; center. tainment committee assisted by the a last year with satisfying results. Up over properties offered* for the ,

:"; hoard were present when the bids W. C. Bass, W. R. Lanier and J.., H. C.' Bronson, left, Quard.A . bevy of young in' girls.sold tags, section to of to this time a certain amount of liter. purpose. 4
efe;:15plvned ::theco.nt..rAIi.w.: : lax passers by the lousiness ary work was obligatory and the r Mr. Stevens had been brought here .
It.;::1 to the Alabama Paving Compan"w1tb"I a.11'de.namt-i3upt.;: .Yofv41 :.R-ra'Jl, t, rBaaei: b.II.nSt.d.r.: ..,.. \ It)"10-: ;":" JSSb( :Sitl. and beJoreJtight..the i \) ..major! : .4..Jn the g.ul.r''frOlITama.werA..1ndM1 through the correspondence of A. E. '', a

I\! . the!' following specifications:, county.The of $4,996.40 special tax w. Bass) left tackle. .' ity KissPrnmee. EttZenirwgrafUcorBted : comr', ;: ffhonBKavisecrefatyyrof.;the Board.._ of",_... ,"
sum
B. Wells right tackle. with of the '*", .. "
For 60,780 cubic yards of earth from District No.4, the Okeechobee one or more tags. gory feature was removed and a sys- trade, and re reientative'"nr Chat" ..
'voik, 22c per yard. them with F. Bryan, left, end. At the same time a display was tern of credits offered for meritorious body lost no time in'showing him the ';!
, district, was turned over to ,
M. Overstreet right end. made in the windows of the 1'01..Katz '
: : "'fiOO lineal, feet ,of wooden.bridges. $628.36 from the general school ,fund. work. The plan' worked well, best tract in'this vicinity.
,, Cs. Rogero, quarterback. store.showing full equipment x>f
a
I. Barber
'$5 foot. Throughout the year'regular W. ; C. A. Carson Miss c -
per divided ratio toby
This on a agreed pro
,', 93,248 lineal feet concretecurbing, ",both was boards. The meeting was H. Singletary, right h. !hospital supplies and a box of surgical : grams were given, which were directed Inez Carson H. Clay:' Stanford, A. J.MacDonough .
d" ..: 4x10 inches, 17c per lineal foot.. harmonious in every respect: and the W. Arnold, left h. dressings. These attracted general and carried ovt by the pupils them. ,J. M.' Wlllson Jr., A.,E.,
\ brick paving R. Bullock, full back. interest throughout the day. Thomas and W. B. Harris went with
, ;p'\ 51,213 square yards division of funds seemed satisfactoryto selves. These are held In the high
grouted, $1.81 per square yard. TotalI" the representatives of both coun Subs: Summers, ;N. Bullock E. The sale was held to provide funds school auditorium at the close of him to St. Cloud Junction' to look
amount of bid, $124,809.29 for grouted Bryan and Rivers. for the purchase of more material for school and as ,each society held meet. over the old sugar mill tract lying a
;, brick; $111,547.69 without grouting ties.Bills were approved and warrants The team is light averaging 130 these garments and supplies, which togs on alternate weeks too* much along the west side of'the St. Cloud /
:;4; I\ One other'paving company, Acker. issued as follows pounds, but is showing good form. have already cost the rhapter in the time was not required. The strong canal, now, belonging to E.' D. Whaley. "
& Ellis, of Lakeland, presented neighborhood of- $300. fraternal which While Mr. Stevens gave the tract a '
man No. 6)8) -Doard of Public In- Manager Bullock was late in booking spirit was developed
s bid naming as its Conditions! : Bid ntructlon Okerchohve County the and in ; ,The class ,in surgical dressings has. last year is already evident and both I careful examination, he would make Y'
the
i1 on the same specifications earth work I>lvl"lon School l"undaUU.U //l' No. 619\ -10. I) Malloy, balance boys will play the first four games
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"24c per cubic yard; wooden bridge, $7 v on contract School No. 6..---- Sib 00 out of town, the three subsequentoneswill made a full box of, the dressings. membership campaigns. Washington as this was of a confiden. "i
per lineal foot; curbing, 19c per lineal No. 620-Arnold & MacUonoUKh. be fought on the local field anda From now on the members wilrntneet Utopians OrganizeThe tial nature. He is making a prelim. ,;"
$1.88 balance on contract. Schools at the Red 4ross headquarters to continue inary inspection of states other than .
grouted,
foot; brick paving per ,, glf.8 return with Plant from Utopian Society led off with a
No 1 and 4 game pity, '
,, square yard. Total amount of wbid, No. BSI-A. J. MacDonoUKh.- -balance last season's schedule.,, The probable work on these much needed .sup- meeting called Friday afternoon, Florida; and has visited points in 't
'I '132664.76 grouted; $118,197.56 on plan and .pecltlcHtlona schedule follows plies. when the. following officers were Texas Mississippi and Georgia. His. "4'
out grouting. Schools No.. 1, 4. 6. It.: ItO.KO\ : The class"ln elementary hygiene named, ] reports are sent to the board,of the ,.'l
(;fi This strip of road has become famous No Foundry 621-ChattanooKa Co,, balance Roonn on as the "missing link" in the Flor cap.. School No. > and 14. 4S9,75 Sanford. ( the return of Miss Reeve, the registered Miss Sarah Clark.'' i Those who have studied the needs *
ida Dixie Highway connecting Jacksonville .. October 18th, Saturday, Tampa at nurse who is instructing here. Secretary-treasurer, Miss Christine of the school feel sure the, site offered .
H. D. N 4 K 4
;' with Tampa. No tit-Board of* Public Inatruction Tampa. They will finish the; course some time Ivy. will appeal strongly to the of.,' '
\. The road is to be laid with wire cut of Ok* chobee County October 19th Friday, Orlando at next week. Critic, Charlie Rogero. ficials.:- The requisite mile square ,
lug brick, cement grouted sixteen transfer of UUtrllt fu-cH.4,896' Orlando. Twelve Complete EquipmentsThe Membership Committee: Misses can' be obtained there, with no great

feet wide, from Kissitnmee to the fairgrounds \October 27th 'Bartow ladies who have been busy Margaret Stanford, Sarah Clark, Jo obstruction. The trees now standing f (
Saturday at
the balance will be nine feet CATTLE INDUSTRY HINDEREDBY Bartow. making hospital garments have com ilakmson, Henry Edwards -and Bert could be cleared with little difficulty ?,
pleted twelve full which Not only the nature of the
wide, exclusive of the curbing.The equipments Wells. open country ,
I contractors agree to use the TICK, SAYS DR. NIGHBERT November 3rd, Saturday, Sanford will be packed and shipped to the Program Committee: Misses Chris- would be an advantage, but the
the road and to allow the county GAINESVILLE, Sept. 25.The November 10th, Saturday Plant N. C..Bryan, chairman of the Bullock. bpd,M. distinct advantage as sandy beachesare ; ,
71.50 per day per' man. The commissioners cattle fever tick has hindered the City at Plant City. buying and cuttings committee, stated Members of the society at the time avoided by' these schools. The
to pay all, the expenses of development of a great live stock; November 17th, Saturday, Bartowat that the woik would continue with unabated of organization were: Misses Gus tract is within easy reach' of the rail
j 'guarding and .feeding prisoners.. industry in Florida, deprived the Kissimmee. zeal and urged the ladies of sie Winn, Christine Iyy, Gertrude Mc road an ab.olute.necessity, on account ...4
, ,,' This is the first government aidt"f people of an ample beef and dairy November 23rd Orlando at Kissim Kissimmee to spend some time Kay Margaret Stanford, Mary Tiller of the telephone and telegraph '
road built in Florida and will be con. supply.and made this state a, great Mee -- ach week at the Red Cross headquarters Edith Miller, Sarah Clark, Jo.Makln- connection., "-h II ;,
"' wtructed under the direction of the shipper-in of those wholesome ,and where the sewing is going son, Freda Schweikart.'Lenora Van Architect MacDonough has been
State Highway :Department! Tho necessary products, to the detrimentof The boys who are "out for s placeon l Duzer, Alberta Anderson Percie''Oliver busy making a': detailed survey of thailand -
,, work will be started at once and completed soil improvement on our farms and the line" have bought their own on.It is not; necessary to be a member ; Messrs. Ned Bullock, Gerald Rivers to supply the government with
( inside of six months. general thrift among all people," was headgear, shoulder' pads and,jerseys, of the society to take part 'n this Henry Edwards, Clifford Lester, exact data relative to the drainage f.: r
the statement of Dr. E. M. Nighbertin and these with the ten new suits work and each"woman should plan to Charlie Rogero and Bert Wells. cilities. Data in regard to sinking 8-'
Kissimmee, Fla., Sept. 22, 1917., his address to the live stock round- which have been ordered, ,make a well spend as many hours as,possible in Opening Program Inch artesian wells and of\.obtaining
t'' The Board of County Commission- up audience here today. equipped team.'WOMEN this patriotic service. Theopening program of this society the requisite electric current must be
-er in and for Osceola County, Flor. "The same principle prevails in will be given Monday, October lit, obtained. The 250 horsepower current
, session the building up good cattle, no matter when the required could be supplied by Klssinu -
ida met in special on following numbers will be
[above I date". atr.10 a, m."t erel;being when, or in what" state' or nation. SLOW IN REG- MUSIC AND EXPRESSI'NIN rendered: me, or pos ibl1. by St. Cloud. ;'

present Ernest Mach,'chairman fE.'L.D. Briefly outlined: First" >eradication . , ', Piano Solo-Miss Edith Miller. The proximity of the county road
Qverstreet, A. F. Bass, B. H. Guy of cattle diseases; second, good :, and J. K. Milliard, commissioners; methods of breeding care and mar ISTERING FOR SERVICE THE PUBLIC SCHOOL Current Events.-Henry Edwards.. early completion, will also, bo 9&' \ f
}' John S. Cadel, attorney for the keting of the stock.. Violin Solo-Clifford Lester, mentioned in the report which will be ..w, ?
board and J. L. Overstrtet, cleak. "The introduction of so called /- Joke*-Charlie Rogero. sent to Washington to reach there by:
The board was called to order by its "tickimmune" cattle is likely to be Monday at th* latest,'when Mr. Stv:
chairman, Ernest Mach. misleading and disappointing to many The response of the Kissinimeewomen Few schools in cities of this size WATSON GIVES UP FIGHT TO ens expects to report the result of his y 't
The following scaled bids were received -. earnest men. Such cattle rank highin to the nation's call which enjoy the advantages of graded workin survey. ,
on construction of brick road : name but low in quality, and will asked them to register for patriotic the music and expression depart- GET PAPER THROUGH MAILS Should Kissimmee secure' the school )
between Kissimmee and Loughman, continue to revert to lower quality service fell short of what.had been ments. These departments of the .A..- for this vicinity it would mean the ?
to-wit;I so long as subject to tick infestation pected and less than one hundred ex. Osceola county high schools are being ATLANTA, Sept. 22.-Thomas E. bringing here of from 1TOO to 1200 '' t
Bids of Alabama Paving Company, conditions. women signed the cards at the head standardized and have become attractive Watson today decided to suspend publication men belonging to the institution ,
agreeing to completo the work in ISO' "The quarantine is against such quarters. Based the of the features. The work in these ] of the JefTeraonian and the which with the number of the wives "
working days, at the following prices: cattle and the good markets are city it, was estimated on that census betweentwo departments is optional and the pupils Thomson!] Guard, abandon his appeal and other relatives would necessarily 7
(10,780(; cubic yards of earth work'at closed to them, the same as to our and three hundred wouldbe I enrolling are given two, half-hour lessons of the case resulting in the Jeffersonian live at the hotels in the'nearby towns
l "22c per yard. sorriest piney woods stock, until they this names each week. The schedules are being barred from the ,mails, and would swell the number to a mud
at This
h, 600 lineal feet wood bridges at $5 have been dipped and freed of ticks. probably entered due to no place.lack of interest was arranged i in harmony with the study not tO ,further press! the case of the larger figure, i
per lineal fopt. The ticks must go" before good cattle,. but to the misapprehension that if 'I periods. This enables the! pupils to Guard in connection with the publication a
93, 48 lineal feet 4x10 concrete can come to stay. they were now doing their bit of serv- include the work in the' regular school of which he was instructed to appear ' GROUND GLASS IN SAUSAGEFOR

curbing: at 17c per foot. ice there would be no need of registering day.Miss before, the postal authorities in SOLDIERS AT MACON
' 51,2hi square yards brick paving, SEARS FOR EQUAL SUFFRAGEOur I and as the majority of the, ladies Elizabeth Aultman, who is. ex- Washington Monday, according to announcement .
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grouted, at; $1.81 per square yard. : of the city are actively engaged ,in pressien teacher, conducted this department here tonight pf J. Gordon -
; last with most satisfactory Jones, of Watson's MACON, Sept. 23: .-What might f
Bids of Ackerman & Ellis, agreeing "Jo is receiving flittering I some 'department of tho Red ,Cross year one attorneys.
to complete the work in 200 working' comment from the press for the attitude work, this would greatly reduce the results, and her former pupilsare After Federal Judge Speer had up.' develop into one of tho most malicious'
: days, at the following prices: I he has taken towavd the suffrage number registering.The ; able to take up their study where held the validity of the draft: law in acts of German intrigue undertaking
,, 60,780 cubic yards of earth work at cause. The Florida Metropolis says: registration headquarters were | they laid it down at' the close of.the, declaring Watson's Jeffesonianunfit in some time camo to light Saturdaynight a
r' :24c per yard. Congressman Joe Scars of the opened in the building next to the last school term. for second-class mail privileges Watson when the'members of tie head.
600 lineal feet wood bridges ,at $7 Fcurth Florida District, which embraces . Roberson Miss Aultman uses a standard textbook bought the Guard, a small weekly quarters company of the 122d Infan.. tl;
per lineal foot. the city of Jacksonville was last week Pharmacy and kept on Wednesday-the pf in her department and gives especial published at 'Thomson. After: he had try (Second Georgia) found the, sail.
were open remainder attention to the fundamental given notice of sage served them had' ground glass i
of.ho
93,248 lineal feet of. 4x10 concrete the only Florida 'member of the week. Mrs. W. B. Mak- appealing the Jefler
curbing, at 19c per foot. House to cast a vote sympathetic inson was in charge of the roomand principles of expression and harmonic sonian case postal authorities began distributed, freely in every ,link. ,
;! 51,213 square yards of brick pav with' the suffrage cause when the was assisted by Mrs M. A. Clark gymnastics. With the little people, investigating the Guard. As soon as severr.1 members of the ill
,
1.88 of the creation of pantomime work is used as it seems Watson has company found the ground glass art
ing-grouted, at $ per square qpestion a permanent Mrs. W. J. Fripp, Mrs. Wilson. Mrs. consistently opposed
suited to their and the selective investigation was begun and It 'was !t
draft
yard. suffvage committee was considered Elizabeth Aultman Mrs. S. Ik. Bullock particularly age and his utterances '
'' After all bids had been received by Monday in the House. One other Mrs. Stanley, Bullock, Jr. Mrs. requirements.Miss in the Jeffersonian were declared in found that it.was in every link which
had been cooked.A .
lTrer oardtheywenHnt.o.xecutive.session .-congreosmanyotedpresent'! and two Aultman is endeavoring to es.tablishelearly..1lelinecLgradeLJn Judge Sneer's opinion to be seditious.SHIPPERSARnJRCEDTO .
L..C. .Stanford._ .Mrs.JW. -----S. Carr, ,.
from the
her sausage expert packingcomparefrom.whichshelieadqusr
: with a 'view of determining others voted "no, indicating to the Mrs P, K. Weaver, Miss Inez- Carson
,
which of the two bids was the' best: average observer that they are op- Mrs. J. Z. Roberson Mrs. W. L. Winn work and will round out the study of : _' _
fc. and lowest bid, and after having figured posed to the suffrage ct.us.. Mrs M. D. Alexander, Mrs. A. M., her pupils that they may be able to ters company had bought the meat) : _. a 1
the amounts given in each bid, That the suffrage cause is gaining Moseley, Mrs. M. lab,, Mrs. E. E. enter schools where this branch is included UNLOAD CARS PROMPTLY was sent could for and according to those! !
be follows of in the curriculum and ,continuethe t present not account for the
found the total amount to as considerable ground, in spite the Wells N. 1
and C.
Mrs. Bryan. study without the of The prompt handling of presence of the glass except that it .
is
:.\ : war, is very evident. This the The room was each this annoyance equipments .
opened day
",, The Alabama Paving Company, wrong time, probably, ,to, fight vigor.ously week from 2 to 6 o'clock ond':it is making up back work. 1 now a' national problem and the was there by intention. His sugges '
4 total for all work, $124,809.29; without for the right of women'to' vote. thought a number will, the Music Department government is sending out a plea to tion was that ,some German element
the roads Ill more sign Thirty-two pupils have enrolled. tho shippers all parts of the was behind the act.
the grading of $ ,- for in this day Congress confronts cards tomorrow when the has country
a "547.69. much greater things. Women of the become plan the music department, a much larger to utilize every resource in un A peculiar fact was'' that the glass
Ackerman & Ellis, total amount of militant typo, however, 'will argue Every more generally in the known.whethershe nuniber than that of previous years. loading. shipments at the earliest possible could not be detected except after the
woman city .
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all work, $132,664.76; without the that in their fate rests the destiny, of is in The work is arranged a regular moment. sausage was cooked. The meat turn.
grading of roads, $118,197.56. the nation, and that it is jUst as necessary ice or' now should engaged patriotic cards servo course and divided into five grades. The railroads have been heavily ed brown and the glass parkle.i
1 All bids'having been considered the to give women the right,of uni- not in the sign the anadcooperate Miss!! Myrtilla F. Beals.who teaches taxed for the past few months to provide Every link In' the bucket which was r
matter of letting contract was passed versal suffrage as it is necessary to systematize the government's plan to this department is a graduate of the for the movement' of troops to cooked 'was found to have glass. ty
of the board. send woman. power of the Maine Wesleyan Conservatory of and from training The doctors of the Second Georgia:
to afternoon session a big army to Europe to win the country and to classify it in such camps, and the '
,The returns of election precincts war for us. However, if Congressdoes manner that the authorities would a Music 1908 class, and received the degree prompt transportation of supplies for immediately took : .administeredths;! : y
Nos. 4, 5 and 8, these \being: the precincts find the time to take up the matter know whom to call in of of Bachelor of Music. She has these which must be met without a of the company and
" t" in Commissioner's District No. the women should be given the and what form of case service emergency been connected with the Osceola hitch. 'The demands of the government proper medicines In case the glass.) ,
4, the proposed Special Road and right,to participate in elections. They could render.MANAGER. they county schools for the past four years. for freight cars alone runs to took effect internally. Up to tonleht,4; .-.
Bridge District.! which territory the will get that right"in time to come. The studies in the course she uses five .hundred, thousand daily to say there were no eases'- of. sickness! row '
f elect+on.was held on the 16th day of No cause has shown greater advance WOODBECK FAVORS have been tried and proven by highauthorities. nothing of the''' passenger equipment ported, from i the effects of the 1rlu"In ; r'
been ment. Congressman Sears is makingno It is the endeavor of necessary to haul the troops. ,the stomachs of :the men.
r. mistake in representing his district SCHOOL CHILDREN AT GRANDMa Miss Beals to give to the pupils every The government's policy is "busi .The men in the company and in'' w ;

..r canvass the same in open board. as he does on the questions woibk, advantage a school of music would ness as usual" but this can only be fact the entire Georgia regiment,
.. The result-of the election byprecincts >> bager of the Grand give. The -whys" and "wherefores"! accomplished by the co-operation .'of were much agitated over the occurence -, : '
on petition for brick. roads being C. H. Funk, J. K.: Billiard and S. T. has extended a special courtesy to the come' In for due consideration which every shipper in the prompt loadingand and talked freely of the matte' I.
as follows: : Fancier left Monday by automobile schoolchildren of the city by lower gives 'the 'papUs'a practical knowl unloading of the cars that; the to their friends. on ,the, streets..last
Precinct No: 4:'For constituting the for.Cape Sable,: about sixty\ miles ing their admission to I 5>> and 10 cents railroads may keep them moving. I night. ,
territory described in the petition filed south of Miami, on a prospecting' trip. to any part of th*.>oas*. Mr. wood In addition to the piano course' The shipping season will soon open, The Secret'Service Department will F i
with the board on the 2nd day of July, ,Mr. Funk purchased. some ,land' In beck found there were many children Miss Beals may organize classes in for this section of Florida. and everyman in'all, probability mako, a thorough '
1917 into a Special Road and Bridge that section some time ago, and expects who were barred from the theater by theory and harmony of music. Membership .is ,urged to do his bit in this investigation before .making a; report'
r District, and for the issuing of bonds to pladt a crop there this win- the- former prices: and he made the re. in these classes would not be compaign of prompt handling.W. on the mattor.
in the sum of ,$265,000 for, the con- tar. Messrs. Billiard and Pansier go duction to continue indefinitely. The restricted to the pupils in the school I
to, spy i out the. land and may, make children ar.gratified 'at the,, change I Last year, the class: in harmony enrolled E. Sanderson made a business Dr. C. T.'Young of'Orland.. Waa" hfI s

; {ContiaMd *n pac C) some Investments. and'ar. attondingJn' fall.. fore.., trl fifteen members. trip to Lakeland Thursday.* town Tuesday. .....f! .: , : a
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,TWO THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2s, 1917 .

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I 1 )\fr >< .1, H, fileffe! sal tchr No. Ill 4K.OO (
to the naval academy the requirements tchr No. ti .
Proceedings of I MIss Edna Calking RO no"ora :,
SHINGLE GREEK being that the applicant must ( Gauldlnir. sol tchr No. .... 40.00 ;
examination must ,I MlB.. ].'nnlll Addlson. tchr No. 17 Mo'
pass A competitive Slice Lillian. Hrack tchr No. 83 45.00 ' ,I
[St. 'Cloud Department lie under 2Q( years of age at the time the School Board \., l Jordan. sal tehr No. 40.___ .1&.00 ;
of appointment, and must have been Htout lumber Ci... lumber No. 20 4. Trtillllps
We are glad to cay that we are having in the navy at )eot one year at date Hros., sui>ll N...- 15____. '..611I.
of rain at last and are I. \\Vnlherliec., lab, Nos. Sl-SK 41.IS -
plenty enjoying -
i of entrance to the naval academy. kissimmee 3 1917. Carson Farmer, Ins No 4-._,...: 41.78, 'i 2.:
NEWS AND, NOTES OF THE "WO DER CITY" FROM OUR OWN : the cooler ,weather. Examinations for entrance to the Fla."Sept. Klssy Telephone Co. o'fflos phon. I.to, '.

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT .. R. L. and Lester Ivey returned naval academy are conducted onboard The School Board met In regular \'nn"r-Sawy Hch Printing Co., tree Co., books ...43 '
all ships and stations wherever session, there ,beingprellent W. C. Public report
from extended books 18.00
,home Saturday an trip ----------- -e-----
.. -. I there are applicants. In order t to Baas, chairman; W. R. Lanier and J. St. Cloud Tribune, notice for bid. 'r'.
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in the northern,countries. ..They were'' give young men a chance to preparefor H. BaUden; ,also.C. E. Yowell, superIntendent and exam. .--.. ---........... ..::15 , ,I
Mrs. Frank Gilbert and baby are Comrade' Beauchamp presented a forced to turn back on account of the this examination, -classes are ''ixj'te. mlnutcMnn
4 'visiting her ,sister,! in Tampa this book to the Association" "Songs That: 'cold weather. They state they are formed at all the training stations; The mintitea of the last meetingwere l flfiincl.il printing<>t.tcntent... -. II.J .r i
week. Never Grow Old, the same to be sold done with this They must (and on board ships), with' aT ecialinstruct.ora read and approved.State Del.therm' 1)...\t Is'., blackboard '
country.
r Wimpy made, a busitrip and proceeds donated to the Association anti slating, ___.. -. __.__j.UO.ea' '. .
Mattie Klastmmee county
and the free of the of
'J?. Mms have found better, grazing on their use Bank A. K. DrouKht, In. No. 1__.__.. 6O.|, ,
J ness' to ,Orlando on Wednesday. n\ necessary text-books. The candidateswho school depository, reported as follows: H. N. Bmlton driving well No. 4 15.00 'II '
Mrs. Mosher, Misse* Fleda and U>t- Comrade Lynch announced a spe* trip.Mrs. Arthur Alderman returned to have the highest standing' on theexanunatlon Arnold A MacDonouuh.i contract
.: Doolittle Floyd Mosher cia! meeting to be held in Oak Grove and I l-.rmrrml ,.rh.ol Fn.d Hch Nos 1 and 4_..._.-_.--..__I..OO.'O'
Mpssrt have successfullypa8sed
toe her home Creek ,
at Friday.
Boggy I
I K l>. Malloy, on Contract Sen'No.C 1
and Roy Van Denberg motored to Sunday,. and 2 p. m.resolution He also calling read a memorial : Mrs. G. C. Bronson and Mrs. F. H. the physical 1 examination, To tact mount report on_,__hAnd__ ..___Hi__.per...$10.87811To ____-___..:__.____._.-__,...._. OO.OOJ '
on -
Sunday In Roy's new the naval K Williams' sal tchr No. 5__J.
Kisrimmee on Tiner and Mrs. Walter Bronson made enter academy on. August amount crlvcd from C. U, 45.00
'
Buick. Congress to pass a law to raise all much better of 15th, and are admitted on exactly the Cartdy tax colioctor------- .621.5 George Chandler, labor No. 20 H 8.10
a appearance our -
Mrs. L. J. Davits, who,has been for pensions to a rating commensurate On motion to church Friday afternoon. same terms as midshipmen who are To amount rrceived collo.rtar-( from C. U. 746 Chin lire la.escapes Hooflnn Nos.A: 1,Found.K.i.....Co....l,,.1>.25SO

tome time'at Johnson City,. 7 arrived here Monday, evenng.'! the resolution was adopted by the 1 Thursday.A. upon graduation, receive commissions Randy tax collector.,_____ 1."O It. K. Flanklln., sal tchr No. ..IS.. 5.00
who has been tpend- Association, after a spirited debateon To amount reeeiv'I l from KrnRt Miss Hessle I>awson. tchr No. IS 40.00
W. L. Bonnei1, K. Dennis was a 'caller at Kis- in the navy. __
US.2l1Tn
'ing some time in Ohio, "arrived' here ; a technical point in the memorial Bimmee Tuesday.Mrs. Retiring from the service as chief amount Amos rec comptroller"-ivp.I' from Er 9.'Lfl.'Nu.1

Triday evening. In order that the Association may Walter Bronson and Mrs. F. petty officers of any class may enter tist Amos, comptroller_- 8.118 I. ElIte IIHHS, sal tchr No. 2. 10.00
Mr. and Mrs. Marskle arrived home not forget and newcomers may learn H.Tiner visited I. P. Tyson Sunday.Mrs. the reserve force where he receives 00 : Ithoiln I.ucns, snl tchr No. 1Miss 1O.OO
President Kenney will, practice on the $I11.SB2. : : < : Hetty Phrrlxo tchr NO. 10.. 10.00V.
after upending I
.
Friday evening ; 4the I G. 'C. Bronson was a Kissim- annual retainer. Should he be calloi .. an list IIU.26 Maklnson & ,
Cloud viz "Hip-hurrah\ By14.I'nrr'nt.) : ,p..r \ H Co. supul .
,summer with friends in WIscinain.The St yell, : nice, caller\ Saturday.. into active service he is then paid i In Hch Nn 2 .________,-h.h_-.. _. 200
Elsie P. McEIroy AII"CiliarY"1 Hip-hurrahl! .St. Cloud has come tel Kev. Interesting addition to his retainer, the base By. bil.ince: ._ --. .$$10.71(1111( ( Mlns Alblna Kinlth suppl No. 2,'
lield their regular meeting stay, grows bigger and better everyday I Kennedy preached a very of' the regular !for active pay; : :.7.-- : 5,0,10 __--_.__________--.____ 0.00
wonder 'Wty of the U. S. A." sermon here Sunday.Mr. navy duty ,a.:". n. :Wo..1 Puii.l .. Suite Hunk' of Klssy, suppl Sell'
afternoon. after the regular !buslmpssession Collection, 73c not including .. and Mrs; S., H. Iveyof Orange! and if on recruiting duty he will re. To lialnnoM on hanil as per ,.N..". 2, 8. 0, 10.__-____._.__._, CO.OO
a social program was held. hall , Center. visited the T. E.. Ivey home ccive $2 a day pr $f 0 a month for I10t'rl" nrt _'._ .*, ...._.... $1,51801To : James Itcnton. labor ftch Nil. 16. 4.An
Selection-on the piano l>y Mrs. Minnie 50c for the song book. ,., subsistence. The following schedule amount receive from C. I'r. J, ,W. Hit ICe. attend officer, etc.. 18.SSno-
Mrs. Vreeland. )JJy reason of inclement 'cather, I Sunday., will show I Handy fax collector j.,.,... 27.ZJ Scolt' Mcew labor Hch No. 16F ____ ,
Barter. Reading, ]I late coming out. Henry Bauknight was a Klssimmeo -. what a man will receive To amount received froni O, I". I \Mlllnms.. lumIer---------' IS.STinry
Recitation by Mrs.. Martha Brown. reader! were Thel caller Monday. after retirement Into the (reserves llinul. tax .'(,il'etr-------* 1,29 Li lou Md t.ur..h'hhg I I ,('0., I lib- '
Song by Mrs. Houston. Recitation by i iIrs. I of the social program failed to Mr. Irlo Bronson visited his I After four years of service he will To amount rerelvod from Br Kch No. 14------------: **.. 128.99
:]\ Francher. Song by Mrs. Gail 'I be present and the president took up here and parents receive: 62.50 a if he into' newt Am"' .. comptroller-. _- 2S.4D .
the !. Saturday Sunday year goes To amount recf.h>.... fn.m Kr H. !t.'U. %. 2 Fund
following :
Gessford. Recitation by Mr. S. Po. l'I program Mrs. F. H. Tiner spent the day with the reserve force"four months after I nest Amos comptroller\ .___ 2 29 I.. [., Jirdlln'll' tchr Hrh No 40 BOO(
Hill. Adjourned to meet in two Music on the piano by Miss Harro'l, Mrs. Wplter Bronson on Thursday.Mr. his discharge. If he waits over that! t' 11. II Hull labor Sch' No.. 18..... 25,83.
who played another lively piece' Accompanied $1.272.24fly I'nlon) Krhool Furnlshlntc Co.,
weeks. I by Comrade Bcauchamp and Mrs. F. II. Tiner were Kis-. time his retainer will bo $50. paid warrant' .. as p.'r list 135.37El. llbriiry( Il'h.No.: 11-_:...:. 39.06s.
who has been I ..
Dr. M. B. Cushman, simmee callers Tuesday. After eight years service, the re-]
friends in Io Angeles, Cal., the bone rattler. Songs: / by I Kl Is worth I tainer is Si)0if! ''. (III H. I.. Mn. .1 Fu.dtalie&ubsa.eaausaB
visiting ) after four halo fI.I3R
mDtb" RCp
__.M : Garrctt of -. ..
r4.ftn J-MratJChas ux. ,
y , ,, _"_ _-_ "_ "_" _
,
., h.uo..on..ErjdlQr.IPJt uin - ;:X.wu_ i.Qirlcr lnl.ln.itt: :WwW it J"'tU''ifLff ?H """ ::::'=r;: : : / ;
=.= rilt'rg' IU"111e-"rfrt""McCAl! tie holme; ; "onTuesday nt:
arrived home i A recitation by Miss Mary Jen It. H. l>. :Nn. a rued trar( -._. -..0_._.. 6(1700(
Miss Ella Cranston For 12 years .service $125 yearly! Mrs. J. II. HtefTec: sal tchr 8ch

Wednesday evening from St. Petersburg I inn gS. We are very glad to hear that our retainer if after four months of discharge To.h la report nee on___han.._ _nil___.perInut _. $ 3J.H No, 18 -1-?_?_ 1000
where she has been visiting Mr. Music on' the mouth harp by a and n .. PhlllluH flies., suppl Hch No. 18_. 1,80
neighbors!, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Dennis $100 after that. To amount received from C I.Hnndv
J. \Mlllams.. sal Ichr No. 6... 10.OO
young man. ._ ___. $9
and Mrs.Th Combs. have Reaching 16 years of active t ax collector.
: returned from an extended service Own.trana pupils No. 6. 4 50
Mr. Theodore llann. who has spent I Mr. Dingle played two good pieces trip In the North where they have a chief petty officer on going into To amount received, from Kr. .0)* Tully UU)'. trans pun1l No. 112.60
comptroller.
nest Amos c
in on the accord eon. ; ._ .Jt K. J Franklin, sal tchr No. 18..
6500Kelts
"the four months Michigan, arrived -I the will receive
past been visiting relatives reserve third of .
for thne-. one ..
Comrade J. L. Brown told several l son\e MFMs H le I.IIHSOII, tchr No. IS SO'uOH. :
In St. Cloud Friday evening the base $811 X*
on ,
all
Mrs A. R. Dennis and Mrs. P. O. pay plus permanent ad.]
last and has brought some fine specimens good war stories. > Cromartie spent the afternoon Tuesday ditionst amounting to $20 to $25, and Bv pal'I warrants as per list 21.75Pr M. Ik llio. e K..dO.
of and silver. A lady, whose name the secretary H Lawson, drlvlnir well No. 23 2.00
,
copper 'With Mrs. I. P. Tyson. averaging a monthly income of $41 ) tmlanoft -------1.--------- $310.11
A. Pettis who has been failed to get, gave a talk on the prop- It he has
Mrs. Mary Mr served 20 thIs
E. D.
for time in the North arrived osition of establishing orphan's homes L. Overstreet and son, amount years !'. 44. l). No. S FuBd ',1, ' B. E. Evans' county farm agent
wjll
some Malcolm, and Dan Keen made agregate $CG monthTy.
a trip
and will until the all over the country. The secretary If I To balance on hand! as .per appeared before the board and askedan
here on Friday stay failed to catch the gist of her proposi to search for meat hogs. called backlnto the regular service -, lust report .__._.___ uu n.2r| 7.U appropriation of $25 to pay for a
:first of October. this man will then .
receive the To amount received from C I I.
Word has been received front-: Mrs. tion. regular pay of his class plus his I I Bandy, tax collector__?..__ fr56 short course at Gainesville to the
Mary Veeder, who is visiting friendsin Song "Star Spangled(: Banner" and Bad Stomachs.. retainer pay and if recruiting I I To amount received from Ernest ,I prize winner in the Boys Corn and Pig
duty ___ .
adjourned to meet September 29th, :? ] Amon comptroller 30
Brooklyn, N. Y., saying she is having The $2 a day for subsistence. I (Continued On Page Seven.)
Penalty ,
a glorious time and attended the p. m. A. S. COLE, For' instance, a chief petty office r $3,2 73i I :
:anniversary of the battle of An- Asst. Secy. drawing a regular pay of $96 monthly By
.i..t.AYn.i would receive $4 retainer and 'I __ _____ I'
:
-' : Stomach sufferers $6 ) By balance un ; n.2"1,61
Comrade;;; Reice and wife arrived GOVERNMENT CROP REPORTS should take.' subsistence allowance, making a total .;,

here on Wednesday evening, after being SECURED FOR KISSIMMEEFrom warning. Gall Stones, Cancer and of $202. S. H. |). So. 4 lead ,
in all of California, but reTort Ulcers If this i To balance on hand as per The Dining Room
parts of the Stomach and Intestines, man had retired after 20 .
of last report ._ _u. ___n._.. $5.0:4,911
St.
no place has the climate" Auto Intoxication, Yellow Jaundice years and was called back, he could To nmoynt received from C KBaiulv.
Cloud. this time: on Kissimmee will I draw $65, retainer, $105 regular-am I tax cnll..ca..r---__ 6.19! Of THEManhattan
L. U. Zimmerman made a business receive the monthly crop report of the Appendicitis' and other dangerous ailments $60 subsistence, making a total of I I To amount received from Ern..t -

'trip to Tampa this week. are some of the penalties. I $220, which is Amos comptroller.... .36
United ,Stages 'Department of Agriculture more. than a junior To amount received from Ernest
Dr. H. II. Bowen of Mt. Dora hi; Bureau of Crop Estimates by: Most Stomach, Lvire and Intestinal lieutenant's pay and nearly equal to Amos, CO/ll ptroll..r.... .02 j HotelIs
'been called to take the place of Mr. that of a full lieutenant '
;Northrop of the M. E, Church, wh.> wire the day they are compiled inWahiigton. Troubles are quickly overcome withMayr's I in the army. or a captain warrllils $5,0.10 63 I
By paId list 27.66fly !
Wonderful Remedy. This fav- as per ,
"was called away on account of ill\ .

health. t The arrangements for receiving orite prescription has restored mil- balance .-.___.-...,,-..... 45.00,97 Now Open
Uncle Josh Ferguson was a buttress lions of Let dost ofMayr's
last people. one RECORD OF .
caller at Kissimmee on Tuesday. these reports were completed today THE PAST H. M. I) No. a Fund I]

The Epworth League of the M. E. Monday by County Agent "B., E. : Wonderful_ Remedy prove I To last balance:report on ._hand____as__ per.__ $10(1.SS I Mrs. R. B. Ssvsgr, Owner 'end Mgi.HOTEL .
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Church:: will hold a social on Friday1: Evans, who has been working on the that it wlil help you. For sale by : To amount cel\eil. from CL..

evening at the! home of .Kathleen matter for some time past. J. Z. Roberson. | No Stronger Evidence Can Be Had In Bandy, tax oollector.____. I'MBy : I II'

Goff. .. ..
Kissimmee nO,...
The received will be uv
Mrs. HV B. Me A(Tee and Bon* were reports as .. paid warrants list
as l.li
U. S. NAVY OFFERS GOOD per
I pouted in the windows of the Western Look well to their record. What
Kissimmea visitors I [
W. Porter, and on wife Tuesday.S. I.. W. Far ris Union and Postal Telegraph Co.'s, OPPORTUNITIES FOR MEN they 'have done many times in years By balance __________,________ $1V7.29S. DUVAL

and wife and Ed George took a fishing offices. I gone by. I is the best guarantee of future ..". l>. No. II Ku.d I JACKSONVILLE
:trip to Mosquito Inlet on Saturday, I On Monday October 8th, at 2.15 p. I The United States navy ofTeru I results. To balance 'on hand as per I Opposite postofflcf. hot and cold
returning on Tuesday. m. (Eastern time), the reports will I I more opportunities to the enlisted Anyone with a bad back; I last report ..__________..__ $12.5< I water; elevator: telephones: rates
be wired .from Washington and will and gives better both for any reader suffering from urinary; To amount received from C.,!.. I rooms wltheut bat) II: two.persons ,, .
f-. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sylvester, Mrs.: I man pay I ','Dandy tax oll..ctorY I same room, $1.5O' with ,ath
Riley and Mrs. Conrad left on Mon. include conditions of the following I active service and in retiremeat than troubles!: : from kidney,ills,ahouldLfind<< I ,01 I ".IiO, and two persons same room .

t' day for a trip to FortLauderdal #[& crops:U Corn;,potatoes, sweet' :potatoes; I anyl other branch'bf.the armed'forces/ I. comfprtingSvorls'In the f0111ng state L IS. W, S. JOWIOS, Mm.
Mr. and '\ \IrstQuallun1siwhoI.aye I rice, pastures ranA'es, 1 gra1efruit, I of,thel Kovcrnmcntoj/jJ\ 'i HiE g JlfijffiM n1 tMI'1I paid warrant, a. e 1st : .

apendingi!the(summertiniPeto. limes,1IIemon.s.peanuts_('nbbageonlonslpeasJ |JtetarUnfjratflthe.JyeryI.beginningJltlslpoB lai a
fl'teen key, Mich.9farriyedlhere.lforitheLwln ;) ; bean8 etc I I iblcf On: a lyounjf/nian Lbylwoik' J r; Beaman..r"ake stree K IIslmmee -

.ter last Friday; tSSTheseJieportsTshould I prove n'l'great "sand'study*to"*ha veTrcontinuous''andfrequent ,*says. "Krdey -ndtladd; r c rrantR x oh tied and can- *
this section celledn open sen>lon nil follows:
help to the growers 'of advancement increase Ask Your Grocer
with
annoyances gave me 'much trouble. 1 I Oerieral Hcliool "'un I'rot"'i::: ; as they will tell conditions' of nil B H H. ''N. .
Journal: of s of the Veterans' of puy. To 'his base pay there is used 1. II35 37
crops throughout the country and thus always extra. pay for special duties Doan's! Kidney Pills as directed H. S. 1>. No 2, Jil,75. For
1
Association i 1I H' H' I' No 3 6s r. enable us to see what are likelyto and they brought relief. Doan's Kidney '
crops
I and with each enlistment hk pay is 8. S'!. O, No 4. '!711 Jfi.
: The Veterans' Association met Saturday -j be short and make: our plans acI I also increaat'il. As nn stance of I Pills are a reliable medicine and 1 r 8 H I) No 5, $1 I IS.

September 22, at 2 p. m., President cordingly.The I this, 'a joung man, enlisting! in the- don't mind recommending them .1 Hill H. n w.>N.! .,. .,6.! :'10'. .. CHEEKMEALSCOFFEES
of these 1.\.1| | an ] "III."IM; Is
Kenney: presiding. icceiting reports by: j navy receives\ now the following pay: again." "", .1 ,,'.. r..I1',8 I
Song, "America," and prayer )lvPresidenj the Western Union and Postal Telegraph -I Apprentice ipamnn .'I2.O; a month, ': M Viiwoll' .,,,1' HijutV . __ $nr,ooR
Kenney. f, Co. proves the patriotism! of; sen man second! class' $:!lUIO! a month, OVER THREE YEARS LATER \ I' nnsK, MHIM __ _'. ____ nil

Wore music by the choir. | these two ,('oncemslnd/ shown the and seaman $:JH.40 n month. From Mrs. Heamnn said: "I am glad toagainucommend 'il f.,. I Iii! UilHi-n.I.iinii-r: ,;|: : ml"I.!," __ : --. ===__ I, 41

Rending! of journal of previous puljic spirit of the men in charge, of! I this pout! he may become a |H-tty officer J Doan's Kidney Pills Kin. '" I'lu'l l.(o, ''offlci, w .
the local offices. j" .1 H' ('".1. .. N.il '_ _
meeting and Hume approved. I : receiving of I nitv! : 1
u piesont war pay: hn
because of the benefit they gave me." (Hrijtt.Mi Ac (3 UI c''. lent I hull,I I imik_ ;, ."ftII.
, ._ .. S>:41 for thud cla!\s. $11i.0; ;; foi second\{ I \k'X I Hutu., rent'...h..1!i2'',__ __ Ii: '"IIII
-- class, and $52 for first clam. Kising I Price GO('.. at all dealers___no Don't_ .. MIHB Killr. 11inn, HIII, (dir No 2 41. ,"II Best Tcst

.m IlIIIluhIH 1111I11111I111I11 U 11I11111I11I111111I11I11111111111111111111I11I11I11I11I111[ 111111 to a chief petty officer his pieaenl simply ask for a kidney remvtly* -get J\\Mrs\IaN. 1..UI.Ua I NIswnnKur. II ufi'. sal, tulir t<'|ir, No No.. ,1 4 :s 59.0.i44I4, ." By Every

war pay is fl'om11( to $83: dependingon Doan's Kidney Pills-the same thai Mr*, }thu.1.. J.U"U8. mil tclir No. 8 4500
his class/ of skilled work. Mrs. MlHH Hi-tlj I l-herlxo tohr'o| I III 4i( i '
: The next higher grade is that of Heaman had. Foster-Milburn lit 18.. l 14\88h. Ito Ylt "al I (,'h". No.! IS 46.0.I Subscribe for the Valley Gazette.
L "This; Will]] Be Won I
= War warrant officer which Is a life position Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. ---- ., ,
= , = attainable only by promotionfrom - -- -

: on the Farm"Need enlisted grades. 'The, pay' of a No. 231. .
llrpnrt nt the Cundlllon of the
,warrant officer is $1,500 to $2,400 a KIM IT Nl'ATH HANK UK KK1VAN!

year. depending upon length of 'serv. 11.11'1.t. '
for more food is world-wide. Crop ice with benefits of retirement at 64 1<......"111.. Kl.. I. the Stale of
T. == prices promise to remain high indefinitely. It == years of age on three quarters pay Klvrlda. ..< the t.I..... of ll_l- '

.: IS the duty of every Florida Grower to strive == or at any time before 64 for disability aeNa- IC.pt.-II, hilT Seed Potatoes

,. = to literally make every acre produce its ut- = incurred in line of duty1. The warrant RESOURCESI.OHMB

; = most. Fertilizers should be used liberallyand, officers grade is composed of boatswains Lrfjimn on*n real collateral estate___security-_-____$ 60000

:= purchased now. You need the very best fertilizers = gunners, carpenters, Machin. other than renl .'state4,452,1
ist, stujmakers, pharmacist and pay All other loans and discounts, 6.320.1.1 I Spaulding Rose No.. 4 and Red Bliss .' '
== obtainable, for this is certainly not a clerks. Overdrafts -_____T---- 1463 I Triumph from :.
time for -- ::: Banking. house, furniture and Maine where the finest are ' .
experimenting. : : Warrant officers have a still higher fixtures .. _____________-__ 4.864,30 I Good ,: .\
== == step in that they are commissionedas Due from Incorporated banks., 4,604.74 grown. strong'stock, selected from -

chief warrant officers in their_ .Cash.E.xP4.aseaandtaseapftid96O2t oi" hand----------------- Hfi.118 I ___ _highryiclding fields :

: --- :.drllZour--t---- -v after ovEradesthjnk six years of service of as ensign boat-, Total-____; _______-___n_121.879 S2 I The Maine crop is now being harvested and -1::

= swain, gunner, carpenter, machinist, LIABILITIES I yielding only, 60% of last year. Contract

pharmacist, or pay clerk. After six Capital, stock paid In_._______118,00000 J are advancing. :
prices
years' further service from date Surplus fund 68 89
of ----- --

VeetabIe< and CitrusFertilisers commissionthey, receive the pay and Individual check :deposits_____-______r._it-to_____ 1.90270 I We are now making contracts for delivery :
allowances of a lieutenant junior Cashier's checks outstanding__ 84,8* I in November '"
grade in the navy; and after twelve Earnings ____-_____.___. ___ 61100 December January and Feb. : 4I

year,' service from date of commission Total-.----.1___-________$21,679.32 I ruary. We advise ordering at once to save .,',
they receive ihe pay and allowal1l'es I money. .s
State of Florida. _
of a lieutenant in the
== = The navy. County of Osceola,. ss: I; Write or wire for
= == advancement which is open to I, John H. Haas, Assistant Cashier. of prices.'r'
ambitious young men who enlist in the above-named. bank do solemnly

Include 45 reliable! formulas made from well ;;; the navy is not limited to the gradeof swear to the that best the of abeve my knowledge statement and la true be. II. J. NOON & COMPANY / )
warrant officer. There ,J
: E known, standardized materials of proved are several lief.

". = crop-making ability-a complete) line designed - === avenues; open for'example for promotion; to commission JOIIN Assistant,H. BAAS.Cashier. 504 Consolidated Bid,. Jacksonviljc Fla."

= to get biggest possible under == Corract.A tttJ \,
/ crops A boatswain, gunner or machinist, (. M. SMITH! IL--
4 '= average Florida conditions: Many are the well or a chief boatswain, chief gunner or Director.' _

.fr _" known original msfrmour brands-of which == : chief machinist, who has been in hU this Subscribed S4tn day and of September.sworn to before 1917. me ;. :

.E tens of thousands of tons have actually been == grade four years and i I. unrfer 35 (Seal L.Nrt. BRAIN, .
years of age, enter the examina Public. .
S' used in Florida)-with no change except may Notary Public State U .
tion of Florida. My BOUt OOOUfO"
.:::: slightly. less potash. Particulars free from .ji. =-= examination!appointment. is .held every as ensign year;, this ap- commission expires OotoberJlS. 1120. ' ''tt..tO. 0 0 .. . ... . Of.... :,. '

,- .4
i. -, -- pointments being limited to 12 annu Pltes Cured I Days The
6 to 14 Silver Sea ," "
Carson Grocery Co. Agents ally. A man who wins a commission( Tour Hotel ;
: dmrrfet will rcfind inoaey U PAZO
1WaIers&, In this manner is entitled the same OINT..NI' 6.5 10 = pay, privileges, honors and Shad.BlMdinvorProtrBdlBK Sties In ,J Armour Fertilizer Works .* *?"* *=== tunities for further advancement oppor as The rst sp.&Ic.tioa *vec aa..sad *,.t. flue.Wbevever CORONADO, FLA.

,' are open for oft! era who are trradu- Now .pe. uder tile au .1(
,IE V;. JaeluponTille Fla.s ;eneat A. Fred Falck.Cu.ia.
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' Income Below $5,000 Not income after Additional' Total l $200,000 t,()' $250,000._?< 7 .SO 37 '
MORfrEOPLE' WILL PAY .,The tax on incomes below $5,000, exemption Old tax New tax tax $250,000, to $300,000._. 8 34 42 UGH CALOMEL MAKES YOU/ SICK V"--
therefore will run' In this way when 5,000.. 100 100 200 $300,000.to( $500,000__ 9 37 46 .
,INCOME TAX AFTER THIS the new taw goes'. into effect: 7,500.. 150 175 325 $500.000 to( $750,000.._ 10 40 50 I
'ft\4. 10,000.. 200 275 475 I $750,000 to 1000000.. 10 45 55 DON'T STAY BILIOUS CONSTIPATED!
---- Net exemption incomes ()deducting Old for tax New tax, '12,500.250 400 650'I $1,000,000 to $1,500,000 11 60 61 :;:J'"DodsOI'1

,.to:. With exemptions lowered, more $1,000______...___*_..____$20. $40 15,000.._ 300 550 850 I. $1,500,000 to $2,000,000 12 50 62 y
, than ever will be _ 20,000 400 960 1.S50 $2,000,000\ upward_____ 13 50 63
't 1,500_ _ ___ *.__ 80 60 Your
their Income under
.... :! taxes 'on this'year's 40,000._ 1,000 2,950 3.950 Urn Ton," Will drngglsi or dealer sells you *
::J 2,000_____?*.__.....:__ 40 80 I, To' Find Your Tax
the rate provided by the war 60,000, 1,800 6,350 7,150 ISO eeDt""bottie of DodllOn'I'LI't'eI'' Ton
". revenue bill. The process also will be 3,000----------------: 60 120 80,000. 2,800 8,550 11,350 Your income, for example, after deducting Sluggish Lhftr Better Tina Calomel under my 'personal guarantee that Ik
t .. more complicated titan ever before. Gradually Increase 100,000.. 4,000 12,550'' '16,550 : all exemptions! to which you lid Can Hot Salivate will clean your sluggish lifer better than
)..' To begin your calculation properly Beginning at $5,000, the new taxes 150,000.. 7,500 24,550 32,050 as a married man without dependent nasty calomel i it won't make you'sick'
i1:,: you must have the provisiona of the Incomes 200,000. 11,500 28,050( 49,550 children are entitled is $17,500. You Calomel/ males yon sick) von tOIle a.a1'1 and you, can eat anything you want
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, f.. ;' new bill clearly In mfr.d. Its principal begin 250,000.16,000 64,050 70,050 therefore belong in the $15,000- work. Calomel Is quicksilver and 'without,1 being> salivated. Your druggist "
effect U' to add a new'"normal" tax between $5,000 and $7,600 must pay 800,000._ 21,000 72,050 93,050 $20,000 class To find tax you it salivates* calomel Injures your liver. guarantees that each spoonful will start, ;
J. of 2 per cent. on all incomes to then the 4 per cent. normal and in addition 500,000.* 43,000 150,050> 193,050 I first look up the tax on lour given If you are bilious) feel l luy," llIlfgllh your liver, clean bowel. and d
.. per cent. "normal" provided in the 1 per cant on the excess above 5000. ,750,000. 73,000 255.050 828,050 : in table A, which is $850. By referring end..11, knocked out, if your bowels are straighten<< by your morning
i t; law of ;1916, tlius making a 'total Incomes between $7,500 and $10,000 1000000.103000 872,550 465,550 to table B, you see you are in the constipated and your head aches or you up back. oryou '
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1 I." "normal" tax of-4 per cent, on nil Incomes must pay the normal( tax, the 1 percent 1,500,000..168,000 607,550 715,5502,000tOOO.238.000 II class that pays a total excess tax of stomach-is sour, Just. take a spoonful get your money gladly
take Dodaon's Liver Tone because
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i This is the starting point in 1 surtax for the $5,000-$7,500> .892,550 1,130,650 6,per cent. You therefore add 6 per harmless Dodsons Liver Tone instead '
figuring. class,-and a 2 percent, surtax on the 'cent of $2,500 (difference between of using sickening salivating calomel. pleasant tasting and doesn't gripe or
I;' your excess of income1over( $7,500. In Surtax Percentages ,$15,000 and $17,500)) to your $850 Dotlson' Liver Tone is real liver medi cramp" mako them sick.
Reduces Exemptions every successive! step upward the receivers The following table shows the surtax and get rOut total tax: of $1,000 cine. You'll know It next morning be I am M-lllng million of, bottles of. c '
r'l Second, the new lacy reduces the of the income must pay the percentage under the old and new cause you will" wake up feeling fine, Dndson's Liver Ton to'JIt'Opte'wbo hav
0\1.\ former exemptions of $3,000 for single normal, the surtaxes for all the law for each group of incomes: ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK' MARKET your liver will toe working your hwuh' found that this pleasant, vegetable, liver .
II- persons and $4,000 for'married classes below his ('Ias.and. the. surtax arhe and dizziness: /gone, your Rtomacii medicine takes the place of dangerous
persons to $1,000 and $2,000 respectively for his own class. $5000'to; $7,500.....___ 1 1 SPECIAL REPORT will, be swect end bowels rrcular. You calomel.' lilY one bottle on my sound ,
but it allows an exemption of When the income goes beyond,$20- $7,500 to $10,000___,. 2 2 "--- wilt feel like working: You 11 be cliM-r-. reliable guaranty. Ask your druggist
J $200 for every dependent: child under 000 the figuring becomes twice as $10,000 to $12,500.._.. :3) 3 National Stock Yards, Illinois, I lull; full of energy, vigor And ambition about me. '
eighteen years. If a man's net income ' complicated; as before; because you $12,500 to $15,000.*.. -4 4 Sept. 18, 1917. --- - --- .. - ,-- ----------
, after deducting the exemptions, have to count In the graduated ur--- $15,000 to $20,000..... 6! 6 TODAY'S RECEIPTS( Cattle, trend and is closing today with more I $17 to $17.25 half-fat roughs $13 to
is less than $5,000 he pays a straight taxes of the income tax law of 1916, $20,000 to $60,000...., 2 8 9 "7500; Hoira 7500; Sheep 2500. vigor and steady with last week's $14.50./ ; .
4 per Vent normal tax.- Thus a man which the present law amends. 4 $40,000. to( $60,000.4... 2 10 12 CATTLE: In spits of the fact that best time. SHEEP General trade 25c ht
. with a salary of 4,500, and 'married, The following table shows what $60,000 to $80,000.1...,., 3-14 17 receipts have been heavy this week QUOTATIONS: Gopd to choice I Top lambs: $18.30. Bulk of cood) '
but without other dependents, is entitled each! income had to pay under the old $80,000 to $100,000.... :4 .18 22 and although a slight/ weakness was grass steers $9 to $10; medium to lambs $17.75 ,to $18.30 culls $13
. to deduct 2000. He then pays law, how much the new law adds to it, $100,000 to 150000... 5 22 .27 manifest at the start, the market. /good $8 to $9; common to.medium fat sheep $11 bucks $8; choppers; .
t the normal tax on $2,500, or1 $100. and what the total,tax will be: $150,000 to $250,000._. 6 25 81 since has. resumed a more active $6,75 to $7.75; fat cows $7 to $8; $7.5Q'cennera; ; $5. Choice; breedingewes -

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,,' .' .... M -ML, Y .... to $6.50; heretics $7 to $8; veals $10 I hadr goats $8.50 to, $9; fat angora
'. .. ...:.S.- to $15; henvy bulls $6.75 to $7.50; 'I goats $9 to $10; fat angora kids $10 1
V ...._, '\ ..--- ',.. light bulls $6 to $6.5R'ood./); f to' to $11. e
I;rod f choice stockers and feeders $7 to $8; 'NATIONAL, LIVE STOCK COMMISSION :- t
', common to medium $6.50 to $7. CCHTht 1 ,
HOGS: .Marktt slow steady with j ,
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pigs $17 .to.ifU.EO; 90 to 115 lb. rtnulnir In Heail. Remember tile lull name and .'
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;! \ WHAT IS SCHOOLING WORTH 'stated that as Dr. Chunn' was county in the sum of $276OOQ, for the construction j 'ciASsIFIb

.c (LLEY GAZETTE physician he would. pay the bill if it of asphalt or bituminous I I ADVERTISEMENTS-; [ .

If any )'ounlt'man in your neighbor. wan itemized by Dr.Geiger; whereupon concrete roads and bridges as described , .
the clerk was instructed to get in said pet'tion'! 180 votes against
er7 Fri..,. hood i if looking for an opportunity,
the bill Itemized. 50 votes thrown out 12' votes. HOGS FOR SALE)-Forty Florida,
u...... nall.I. point .him to the'school house.! If: he Fftn Ex'i14NGl'Wi
'" The following bills were exa.nlnod, Precinct No.,S: No election. rained ranch HOK In Hood condition.
.. ... has-finished the show him the '
: . Fieri' grades ; hav* a client IIvnqn Kansas, Addr.. A. J. Hrlerle. Park QardensKisaImmes.
approved and ordered paidtalnt..n..n : Precinct No.8: For constituting 4iitptjFOR
will Fla.
way to college. You do him an who own a line farm of BflO acre In "
4 0 HARRIS a.d E. O. VANS AaJVUJW inestimable service says Edit/on1 the territory described in the petition Vernoni county Mo. near the Kan- :
:\ ('*- i RENT OR BALE!:!-On K-room;
ICIL Weaver of the Agricultural News.A Samuel Montsdoca -$000 filed with the board on the 2nd day of aaa line Thin a bottom farm. very

,*lr h..* N.. 11 careful survey mode among corn- H. (I. LIvlnKSton, --.--- BOO July 1917,'in.o a Special Road and rich timber land land There, lot 1 I. perhaps of Bhellbark 00/ acresof house hoUse and on' town B acre lot.land one one I-room 4-room
O. H urfree __-?_ 6.00d..tr.I District and for the issuing of aol 10 acre land. More land
Bridge tine house !
belt farmers indicated that each day ; hickory tree and a treat many
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of common school was worth about Mrs Younn : ::g gA.M. bonds in the sum of $275,000 for the pecan*. .
- Will sell on easy term flood
j 1.15; each day of high school), about L., Chancy huh__... *00 construction of asphalt or bituminous Farm.of pix I*room.fairly, good well barn Improved, stables house, haymow chance for laboring man to. buy a,
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Mrs L Mahlea 1 kOO concrete roads and bridges as described of work. Addrea.Hopkins .
home 1'lenty
$17.09 each day of college about for 50 tona of hay. Only about
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f 12.45; or, in other words that the Mre. A. Himmons: ......_...---_ 800 iri said petition 20 votes, one-fourth mile from depot of nlc I| Kempfer. ,
Mrs. BOO aaginst votes thrown out no votes. little town. Thla farm Is worth t7B
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common school education had a'cap- radfrett - -
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italized valuation of about 1,850; Jan.John Elements H )'enneil-------------------.... 600 BOO I Making a total of 200 votes for constituting Tier for zicre'and property of owner equal valuw exchange. In ,Central : :! 8TKAWHKRWY PLANTS for ....t.. 12per
-*- L. M. Kenton. 40-2tpd
that common school and high school n. 'TIIIIII _._ BOO the' territory described in Florida I ,j 1,000. -
together had: a capitalized valuationof l>olia Cnlllnoton 4.00 the petition filed with the board >on flame. party. IlllJiolu haa 2K. & two.acre m41eH. In fromOrlaK'.vllie. Pikecounty. BOO I'IANT'' PLANTS for Bale. Nt'W'

$15,000; and 'common school high Claude SylvfHter ____- BOOMra tht>,2nd day of Julyi'1917 into a Special This land la Killing. nnblueirraag '' I York Imp Fla. High flush and New
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school and had ] Road and Bridge District, tond for land. and excellent toi-k Jersey Imp. Kplnelfsn; larger well-
college; tog-ether, a Frank Evans _ BOO' ,l 1,1100, II.76.: IOOIl..r:
valuation of $25,000. Mrs.' M. Uroimon ___A.._.. 8.111/ the issuing of bonds in the sum of farm wlno grows Kood crop Ordinary I rucU 1'llInl", per 1.000. Fla Plant
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build I-.IIIK fenced
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If each day of schooling is worth Mrs. Janlo. Tele Johns<'0., phone__rent..__ 600Kixnv. (1.BOKfssy \ $275,000 for the construction of asphalt and Clown fenced. It I* In the One ;1 i rarinH, riant City Fla.' 40-
from'$1 to $20. it is up to the young LAW Co.,' water and lights.?:84.18 or bituminous concrete, and fruit licit of Illinois. lrlce.l per :$' : I FOH ,8l.Ii-
the of his as deyribed in said petition. ., acre If you' have urond Floildftproperty !R''HAWIII'UHV
man to make most opportunities bridges and fatinot dell why not : 1-1. T. KaiiHk-i'', KlitHlinmee Kin. 40tf
says the Univcruity of KlorS Paid warrants' were ordered cancelled and 50 votes, against constituting said not exchanKe and net property ci."S .,'-
tarsI S Ida extension di isiom, The new from. the various. funds as follows -I district and insuing-bonds. as specifiedin here, I FOR SAUn-Iirauirht mare, 9 yearat
'up.crtptIo \Ve lad have good firopertv InKlHRlmmee old, will weigh, 'l In good fleah 15OO,
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before the lime
school is petition.The
On.. C "'Ie Ycar--.2.i year just us; 1 I will ell C. 11. Funlu
< : ,Florida to' exchnngv fyt ])> n cheap. 1
Ofl. (eo!>;. I" Monti __....._ ___ '2.11' to' start Is now. board took.a, recess until 2 farm l KI".lm".I'c, Fla 8 -4tpd
\ _______ _. .'lto Oenernl Revnue Fund.i_f 8S(1( ,C.8\ l/t.nde. \ '
0." ('t9)y, Till.1"ltll.* S. S Fine. & Forfeiture Fund. _____? 45.77Koad p. m: .
-. -- sAil Hrldtre J Fund.._- .388414 I The board reconvened at 2 p.' m., a Foil SALEalan ANTEll,," (<..d. reliable.. work-
All) cotnmunlpu.tl",i.it carer:J 'V from touruthorized The Okeeehobee Record,which will "Special, I'ubMcttv Fund-------- 110.110 l full log foreman In an orange ,..rovo. Artdre -
.' corroM-cndcTil*, inuet bu be launched A., K., Wilson next Hard 8. Itoad Fund.-,!,.-,..1281621 board being. present.'S oubuiban' farm. of B nciea', Just : ..n,' A. H. P.. u4 Lake Streek. Orlando -
lIi..d by the writer I' by : Commissioner E. L. D. Overstreet acroHK the road from the city limit Fla." S9-3t'pi
I r Jtrjectrd matter will nol be returned. 'month in Okeechobee, will, without The Tax Collector's report showed I made a motion\ that the' contract for of' KlBwJmmee, a fcood tilx-room .

.inI..a called forEnterrd doubt, measure up to the standard of general licenses collected, none; for paving roads be awarded the Alabama the houae.t'alltl'3| porches beautiful. house'ahade front.tr..... .'all to i r.FOR SAI.F.-oon" work horse, weight'

(, In the Poatofflre at Xl..$lmnee the three.East Coast papers he. "has auto licenses, $17; ,for pollsl. Paving Company', subject' to the approval around the house. ; nice bearing or. and 1300 pound one ,thoroughbred also barne and Uerkshlrw waaron

Florida, a. ..econd-tIaN. matter) already established.Proceedings Reports of county depositories of the State Highway Department sage,'place trainfruit for chickens and tangerine,. truck treeaFine and. boar pig. 11. Dlckerion. 88-tf

showed the following balancies in the which motion .was seconded by fruit farm .
SEPTEMBER 1917 various funds September let, 1917: Commissioner B., H, Guy, and same Can graduate. children ,from high FOR RALK!_Several '(rood. white Leghorn -
"I of the called 'to a 'Vote and carried. Commis- Rchool and ba\e them at home every I cocks and cockerel Bam I..UP-

Oeneral Revenue ___.........._....$252 \B\ soiner A. F, Bass voting in the negative. : night. ; enjoy the advantage of a I fer .,, Hi-It
Fine A 1"4rfriturs--------------: 816.68 sPlendid modern town and yet have
Blessed is the man who eateth fish. Road and l4rIdge--------------- 29263 the freedom of country life Trice. HORSE AND BUaQY FOR K A 1,13. She
Commissioners Special Publicity _1G01.47 Commissioner E. L. D. Overstreet 13.000. I will work anywhere. Especially fine
County llard Surface -,-2904.18 then made a motion'that the chairmanof Alao have a flne chicken farm / with f and safe for.family u.e; not afraid of
Advice to tourists come earl)'. splendid. < Irrigation outfit Just one Coin going or corning; she I I. younx.
.' \ There being no further business be. the board be instructed to sign the block from above Can 'locate two Itubber-tlred bunwyIn good condition
stay late and bring your car. friend F H Law.on.
seconded
contract, which motion was right tflgeth..r.Vrlle for full I .
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S the board-they adjourned to meetSeptember partlculara.miles I

'iGt'fffi'l!: :: ; "t. 't\1"'yj ll't'l hfl'lt:' w ::.1=Kmwim1liRl..ji) a.fiI.p ;' 91.1' a ...IiI\QIWR:+ :ther.:1'tJtdasn..f.: : ,.by.carried.JCommissionjerAF.-B9,".-an- If'It:''Wai sdbrMrettT'The *p,.'**..-and".!"'1. jrwM1heL4aLt-from -l! IL'1i4..t.(1o: .J:1Ir.-!.. ..N1'EP-4f.Q n--Uo.lDD"k. : .... "h,__ _._ _
Hiissimmee's record The Board of Couilf Commi sion. 1917 for the purpose of I town;; roOts fine mrne ,8on. '.n. .mr '-
houses lake for ,
ness Board of County Commissioners one mile; nice flowing wells,
ers in and for Osceola county Florida, I receiving bids on Special Road and splendid and .
for the past two weeks. of Okeeehobee county, accompanied property must be sold I FIVE-ACHE; TRACTS. finest land
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the above Bridge District Bonds canvassingturns to settl an 'estate. Full
met in regular session ort re- f.rtlculanW
by their attorney, George F. Parker to Interested I city, neighborhood of Mr. Mo'w-
date there being present Ernest of bond election!! to be held in parties ,I I .II's |>lace. Very moderate terms and
rains of Sunday after- in complian with the act of the hav all kinds of Florida homes .
1. The heavy Mach, chairman; E. L. I). Overstreet.A Commissioner's. District No 4, and to I and InveHtnw, at reaaonabla priedon .. long time to pav Mont dealrabta to '.. '
band Okeeehobee '
.the ,.conoert legislature creating county -
.interhr.red..with own 'on.t the finest little farms
nonear
'.. noon ,''F:"Bag*, }B. .Ji. Guy and J. K. Hilliard transact such'other business as' might favorable terms of payment '
i < Some way it JusC'don' seem met with the Board of Commissioners Corrtspundeifce. solicited.JVKLSON the city Write to the owner.
without that concert. commissioners; John S. Cadel come before them. of Osceola county for the W' W Young Liberty Center, Ohio.
Kisgiramee
i like L. ERNEST MACH Chairman. pur. or Inquire of H 111. Urvaker KlKFlmmee -
fr. attorney for the board, and. .J. pose of pro rating to the said Okee Jt. ."LTY COMPANY -. 34-Smoa
Attest .
Overstreet, ci eric. : Room* 2 and 3. State .
his chobee county its share,of the indebtedness over Bank .
The man who fails to remove The minutes of the last regular nea- J. L. OVERSTREET, Clerk. | KISSIMMEfc. FLORIDA
hat while the national anthem is being of Osceola county and for the I i WHKN YOU. NEED;: SHOES gro to F. It.
sion of AuJt'Ust'IIt.h.( and special session I
division of hand and I. .
funds I nwaon pnwnMJNQS .
lack of surplus on
played shows ignorance, DO YOU KNOW YOUR OWN j
S of August 17th, 1917, were read I
owing the 1st of 1917. Jo'OR
day July
on ,
SALE: I
: Ten
I respect or ill breeding. weeks' old dioK pups for rent. Apply to M.
1 '$ and approved. .5 STAR ON THE FLAG The clerk presented a statement of "f a long line of stock and hog .l S Communication from the Florida all balances in the various funds July fLfi eachC. n Jenkins. 1'. i II llox '
Virginia reports cold weather and East Coast Railway in regard to *' 41-ti ntlli.TF.H rmowN HOSITHT for m..n.
1st, 1917, and the amount to becollected _
yet
'
frosts while our thermometer still slight change in the right; of wayalong Thirteen stripes and forty-eight i j which follows women nnd <'Ml
Q'' ;registers, like the cost of living, ( the railroad rend in open board stars. The stripes represent the original -I wa aas : 1-OH 8ALK and-One eon pair medium. .110..01 l ''I
: Si1"! two-hornc FARMING I.. prontableli.
somewhat high. whereupon, Commissioner B. H. Guy thirteen states and the stars ,: or will nairoti 0 .
t -Balance mall fupds July' J3SO. trade for be.-f caul.' or i Florida To know Florida pomilI
e made a motion that the clerk be instructed stand for all the states which go to j jmako let fattenlrigr hogs C.' K Jenkins, l 1'. 0. ,I bllltliB for live mock arid poultry
A. D. 1917____ _____ $6,142.22 Box 366. I I
each raising, fruit trucle
Union star for 4l-4t dairying and
the one
to furnish the up "-
: Talk about a publicity campaign- railway company Balance to be 'collected all ,
|I irrowlnir. r 'ad the Florida Farmer
Moore Haven had the other Florida with a copy of the order of the j etate. You knew this. But perhapsyou funds .___ _______.: 10,451.37 rALIf nF.-\cn SUITS at special I j I. and HoTtienpelo'r tIlt montha trial
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towns all beat when she elected a board granting the said road,. which didn't know that each star has its I -......- _P. H. Lawson. flrlc..j.|I,, lIuhst'rJ.ton.. 26 oenta Sample copy
free Addreea Florida, Farmer and;
individual and particular state
woman mayor, and now she has called motion was seconded by A F. Bass own Totafamount --___________$16,593.59 SAI.E-A i i I liomeeteeker, Box 360, JacksonvIlle
Cupid III to add to her fame. and same carried. which it represents and that its Amount of tax collector'serror FOR new ,100 Holton Ttarl- I Fla. S2-tf
the of blue is Plllce.1, tone Horn and case for '85. Silver '
Mr. J. M. Willson appeared before ment on square *
and ins. list____:..__ 2148.61 sand blast finish, gold plated bell, J. FOR RFNT-A three-room furnish.*
The County Commissioners of Col- the board and stated that Mr. L. K. fully and definitely regulated M. Huffman, St. Cloud. Fla.I J3-tf Haf with modern ..conveniences.. W.
Farmer, county superintendent of and executive order. U Harris, umbia county have called an electionto Leaving a balance to be di. Ii
be held October 9th to decide road work had cut 301 cypress trees S In 1912 on the 26th day of October, vjded of _._______-_____$14,444.92 FOR house RENT. with- modern Flve-rooin... 'furnished .
whether that county shall be bondedfor \ oW his lands, which he valued at the last executive order concerning The assess valuation of Os. located 618 Clde Ave. Mr.convenli-nees Miirlon FOR RALK' !-I.arR* size, wicker baby'i
the made and it provided for I (nb. In Rood condition Prloo ..
$150.50, and which amount he asked flag was Carson rea onable. :
brick roads ceola 4].Jt
build County 1917$5,943.335 "
to .
$500,000 Inquire at 220 Bryan St. S2tf
of .
the the stars.
arrangement
the board to Mr. Farmer being specific \
You can'tkeep pay. The valuation .Okee
throughout the county. just assess ---
to be arranged in six horizontal FOR nENT-Flve-room .
present stated that before he cut the They were house turnlahed I
these Florida counties from chobee county 1917_.._. 617.335 E'iuom.n' o"good
: of eight stars each. Start- at 406 Maple street :Apply t.) YOU DEAH IN :MIND $ iTt
he rows
building good roads. trees got permission from Mr. E. L. M. Williams Klsslmmee. Flaj muff and save money. See! F.
L. Lesley, who claimed to own the ing in the upper left hand corner and The above amount being pro rated 41-Ztpd H. Lawson. '
land from which the placing each row from left to right,
S trees were cut '
according to the valuation of
Each American prisoner of war held the timber having been usd the the star corresponding to each stateis property WANTEI>--Rattlesnake skins, with FOR 8AL.R:-25-foot liuncb 6 horsepower
on in'each county for 1917 divided as heada If possible, well salted C. U I HhodB, Inland ,
two
In Germany is to receive every engine cheap
named in the order of the state'sratification
weeks American Red Cross road work done for the city. Commissioner : follows: Garrett.lainei City Alllgatpr Farm.41ltol. price $76. C U Uarrott, Haln.
through A. F. Bass made a motion that of the Constitution.Thus City Fla 41.11p4ParkHotel -
committee in, Switzerland, three food the board refuse to pay the bill and star No. 1 in the upper left Osceola'
county's rata ,
,4 pounds.kits, each Each containing of these will About contain ten that Mr. Willson and Mr. Farmer take hand corner, is for Delaware. Star share ______?_pro________$12,977.92Okeeehobee I
matter before the City Council, which No. 48, in the lower right hand corner -
r; sufficient food to supply ,the prisoner motion was seconded by by B. H. Guy is' for Arizona. The followinglist county's- prq DUROC.- JERSEY
rata share PIGS
.__ _ 1467.00 ,.
until the next kit arrives. The German and same carried. will show at a. glance exactly - -- ---
S
authorities have agreed that Mr. J. A. Mortland. state! engineer, which star is yours, ;;, ,> ; ; ,: '., Total amount , '
!i' '
of .. .
each American shall be permitted to alU_. '.4'$14,444.92The : A, few fine " A Koft. ... 2
appeared before the', board and made S First ':row-NOA,:lx&Delawareja2::{ !: Pig, Registered '':'J," ,>'f'Mr*" ,'.Pr.pri.l r ,,
boards '
L personally Do the German sign for authorities the kit .. ,
road/sy reading Geprgia 5.* Connecticut iMasrn'ehuseUij7Maryland8'SouthCaro Board -4iJt'reed.with the Commissioners :.n : GOOplCllEANlROOMSK

4antee lowed to that eat the the;prisoners food T, "" willbeal4'. ''' '" thetspecifica'tionalprepared' ''by1 him 1 in ; \ ,!' ., ";?, , ?.. oflOkeechobee I county to make settle aale. 'Price. $15.00 each. fVl t hifaii fV XV Hni

-' open board whereupon Commissioner lIIa. 1. _: __ ment with them..:for the above_ amount_ _ _
-;- A. F. Bass made a motion that the Second row-No. 9, New Hampshire ,I as soon as it was possible. The m Board n Come and look Also Rooms Furnished for
them
HEALTH MOTES TO TELL WHICH board call for bids for brick road on 10, Virginia; 11, New York: -Commissioners of Osceola\ I over.

FOODS FOR'SUBSTITUTION said specifications, which motion was 12, Nortb Carolina; 13, Rhode Island; also agreed with the Okeechobee county Light Houtekeeping.;

S seconded by J. K. HiHiard, and same 14, Vermont; 15, Kentucky; 16, Tenn. board to let them have three thousand Louis J. Denning

carried by unanimous vote and the essee. feet of bridge lumber f'
at
S' At this particular time when the clerk was instructed to prepare not Third row-No. 17, Ohio; 18, Louis. if they would pay John Lofton Bassinger.$50 Nera the B. C. Miller Farm. REASONABLE RATES

nation is wholly interested. in food ice for bids to be received up to 10 a. lana; 19, Indiana; 20, Mississippi; 21. for certain road work which he did at ,! ,_ 41.21Pd 41.41

; conservation as a war measure, the m., September: 22nd, 1917. Illinois; 22, Alabama; 23, Maine; 24. Bassinger to which the Board of I. J,

forthcoming (October) issue of "Flor- Judge T. M. Murphy having asked Missouri. Okeeehobee agreed; they to pay for -
the board to authorize him Fourth row-No. 25, Arkansas 26 '
to get ; the hauling there
; being indebtedness
Health Notes no '
ida the
monthly publication
hunting licenses Michigan 27 Florida 28 Texas 29
printed before the ; ; ; against Osceola the above iW
county
< of the State Board of Health let of Iowa 30 Wisconsin 31 .
October A. F. Bass made a mo- ; ; California; settlement between the two counties ,
will be of, particular interest to the m
tion that he be authorized to get 32, Minnesota. vas declared finah

public.This. what he needed in the way of blank Fifth row-No. 33, Oregon; 34, The board instructed their .

S number will contain articles licenses, which motion was seconded Kansas; 35, West Virginia; 36, Nevada tn proceed with the validation attorney of the

devoted to food from the standpoints I by J. K. Milliard and carried, and it ; 37, Nebraska; 38, Colorado; 39, bonds, in Special Road and I
;i of food and disease and food and I was so ordered. North Dakota; 40, South-Dakota. District 'No. 2 the clerk Bridge :
, and was in- Fall
economics and will be one of a series The clerk presented and read in Sixth row-No. 41, Montana;; 42, s true ted to make up a transcript: of Millinery '

S 'of special numbers to be issued during open board, a petition from the citizens Washington; 43, Idaho; 44, Wyoming; the record for validation ,I

the -winter. of Deer Park, Florida, asking 45, Utah; 46, Oklahoma; 47, New There being no further business be.

,( With the agitation to conserve food the board to grant a public road run Mexico;. 43, Arizona.Mr. fore the board, they adjourned to meet '
t eupplies accompanied by certain: increase ning from park to Taylor's in regular session October S Opening I
1st
1917.
in prices of the .taple neceseities Creek but the funds not; justifying and' Mrs. Chns. Persons left ERNEST MACH '
Chairman.
a, people in many instances are the opening of any new roads at the for Moultrie Ga., Thursday where Attest: ,

considering not only the elimination present time, A. F. Bass made a motion they will make their future home. Cv J. L. OVERSTREET Clerk.
of wastes but reduction: of their daily that said petition be filed which L. will take charge of one of Persons October 5th '

food consumption as well as the substitution motion was seconded by B. H. Guy BrosC stores, the former manager of 1917All

.: of cheaper foods. and carried. the MouHrio store J. R. Persons is u

.S. There is a right way and a wrong Commissioner A. F. Bass made a expecting to leave for the training

way to go about'both of the latter. motion that O. R. Bass be recommended camp soon. Mr. and Mrs. Persons China Painting Class

The human body requires certain ole as cattle inspector at Kenans- have made many warm friends during the Latest' Model* will be shown at'

.5 menta contained in foods to maintain ville) Florida, District No.4, which their residence in Kissimmee'', who
; eufficient nourishment. To know motion was seconded by B. H. Guy regret :very much to see them leave. Will Begin Work at the Studio

what foods contain. these elements and same carried.SeveralCommunlcations. _
-' t and-their relative values-is-a; vital -t- : were read ALABAMA PAVING-COMPAN'Y- Monday; "Oct.;"l.t-; -- - ----Miss -Bandy's ::

phase of the conservation movement. in open Board and same ordered filed

.S Also there are certain diseases which .with the proceedings of the board. AWARDED ROAD CONTRACT Hours 2 to 5 o'clock .

t, can result. from eating the wrong Mr.: 'C. F, Johnson appeared before (Continued from Page One) .

Itt S food v the board and asked them to instruct struction of brick roads and bridgesas $2.00 Per Month Don't fail to call and see them. '. \

h The idea paramount in the present the editors of the two newspapers to described in said petition 53 votes, 50c a Lesson I ,
crisis is not to eat less food but to send out 600 copies per week as ad. against 174 votes thrown out 31 \

.. consume cheaper food with a view to vertisinl.!' -for-- the---- rnnnt",, *.ri*, .._..___ votes. MRS. S. H. BULLOCK
**
---'un "Upu.o.
securing the same or more nutrition. E. L. 1). Overstreet made a motion Precinct: No. 5: No election. n -ei

;_ For instance corn bread has a higher! that they be instructed to send out Precinct No. 8: For constituting the -' U1J

1 food value in proportion to its cost 400 copies per week for three monthsat territory described in 'the petition filed ..
';than wheat bread. Also there the rate of Ii --- . ,
are i 1.50, beginning with with the board on the 2nd day of July "-. ..' -- .
,. other cheaper substitutes which can September's issue which 'motion was 1917, into a Special Road and Bridge '

4 S be made for the scarcer and higher seconded by A. F. Bass and same car- District and for the issuing of bonds '

If priced foods. Do you know what they ried.Mr. v in the sum of $265,000 for the con. FOR

are? 'Just what to choose to save W. II. Sullivan appeared before struction of brick roads and bridges THE PRESERVATION

.- 'money and yet to maintain a proper the bocrd in the interest of the road as described in said petition, no votes, .. I

_ .,, 4 nourishment for the body will be discussed r.sked for in petition presented previously against 20 votes, thrown out no votes. Of Health and

p' by experts in the next issue/ but Mr. Pat Johnston having Making a total of 53 votes for constituting Vegetable Life, the following will be found indispensible: .
ot "Florida Health Notes." informed the' board that he objected the territory described in

"Florida Health Notes" is the medium to the opening up of ,said road and I the petition filed with the board on the Schnarr'M Insecticide, Crude Carbolic Acid '
,
l between the State Board of would charge for the Kre.o Dip
right of way if 2nd day of July 1917 into a Special .;
4Se/ Health and the public. It I is, tent freeS they did open road the matter was Road and Bridge District, and for Issuing Lysol Creolin, Arsenate of Lea -

,of cost to anyone desiring H ccpy and passed indefinitely. bonds in the sum of $265,000 -

will write to the Sta',3 Board of S Board took a recess until 2 p. TO. for the construction of bride roads, 'Also whenyou want Sulphur Copperas Bluestone
or for
J'e<h at Jacksonville and make Board reconvened at 2 and technicaluse
p. m., all of bridges as described in said petition see us.
.S ; kaoivn his dulre.Ev r1' effort is ficers\ .present.* and 194 !Votes against constitut if Wq can supply '
.V made to' put in it article and infor The board instructed the clerk to ing said district and Issuing' bonds as your wa t.. ,

Fnation on subject. that will interest have the supervisor prepare list of specified in the petition. '

_ ;.the, people and tend to conserve the qualified voters for the bond election The result of election by precinctson CENTRAL

-$ mobile] health. Constantly reading it in Commissioner's District No. 4, and petition for asphalt or bituminous DRUG. STORE' j 1

('i' !from month to month will benefit the to prepare ballot and see that the bal. concrete roads being as.follows)] : .

'subscriber as w.lh as,assist the boardto lot boxes were delivered: .t. the various !- Precinct No. 4: For constituting "The Square'Deajplace" .. .
spread its health propaganda voting precincts. the territory described in the petition j

--r ,throughout the state.' Anyone can Bill of Dr. H. S. Geiger for services filed with the board on the 2nd day r SUCCESSORS TO PALACE j

I. r become a regular monthly. subscriber to the 'county was presented for.pay of July, 1917, into a Special Road and DRUG STORE ', / '.
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I THE KISSIMMEE) VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, un ., ..

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...i'ALLiiY .
than de GAaarrr.Via'
better Ltlas
Nothing Rig-
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I INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS 11 i aud (5.60 DRUGSTORE.and $8.00 a bottle at CENTRAL M BOMB oera.a NRWS W.17


, ." '000000000'00'000000000 Best line:School Tablets In town. Ladies' and Men's Rain Coats-for The Tourists Wi zt
Bought two ago-before style, value and low price can't be
years paper beat. F. H, Lawaon. .
Weather Report went ul?. F. H. Lawson.
' Jno. L. Reavea returned home this .w N0. 44
...-. Sheriff Frank Gordon of Orlando,
week from Hendersonville, N. C.,
was transacting business in Kl alm- Soon be Mere '
where he spent three weeks' vacation.Mrs. --
mee, .Wednesday.
daily
Following are temperatures A. W. Bailey, who has been .
and precipitation as re- The Osceola Motor Co. expert their visiting relatives in the. northern partof I
ported by Government station first shipment of Ford cars and accessories Georgia. will return home on :Sunday :) furnishing'Ryour
at Kissimmee fo- the week end. tomorrow. : : Prepare for them by
: ? .
ing Thursday, ,Sept. 27th, 191.7rMat J
C. U. Garrett, owner and managerof Mrs. O. A. Love and her son, Olin : spare rooms to rent for light '
Min: Rain "
Love, Jr. of Orlando who visi
the Haines City alligator farm, wasa were
X Friday .,...86. 68 1.10 visitor in the city: Wednesday, look. tors'here this week registered at the housekeeping. ,;
.
J I Saturday :-::.81 69 .62., ing after: business ntere.ts..' rest TO.om.. ,

> Sunday .....84 70 .32 Mr. and Mrs. Coy Reaves and small G. 'W. Petsons has purchased the You 1 can do this and( never feel ,' ....
Monday ...,81" 68 2.08 'daughter, Cora, of Deer Park are vis- interest! of his brother, C. L. Persons, .

Tuesday .,..80 67 iting Campbell relatives Station.!!, at Kiggimmee' and in sole the owner Dollar of Limit the.business Store,,and, is now the cost, ,,by buying from us on the ..;',

J Wednesday ...86 72 .18 "
r Thursday .... '91 7* J J.V J. J. T. Reaves, Mrs.!. Aaron' Reaves Mr. Robert Toombs of Forsyth, Ga., installment plan. J
Is. with and will be "tickled-
and Mrs. John Reaves motored to us now to
O Daytona Beach Saturday for the week death" to serve you CENTRAL We have' a large assortment of .,
:::: end. They returned Monday. .DRUGSTORE..' ,4
Fire Insurance. See A. Ev u Mrs. H. W. Boice; Mrs. 'G. F. Mrs," E: P. Edgar of Orange Center ': Bedroom Suits, Oak,. Fumed Oak, ;

A., L, Hunt of Kenansville was a Kribbs, Mrs., M. D. Alexander and accompanied by her mother and .
Kissimmee visitor Tuesday Miss Frances Bay motored to Orlando sisters Mr. and Miss Hotz of Philadelphia -> and Mahogany finish, ranging, lit- price from 1'1,

"Schnarr's 'insecticide at' the CEN- Friday for the day. shopping., Pa., were- in the city Tuesday' '

TRAL DRUGSTORE. Also a staple Mrs. George Nichols and children of \\1 i
line of Dips and Disinfectants. Tarpon Springs, have arrived in the Lawrence McAIister returned home $30 to $100 f
be Wednesday from Cape May, N. J.- ;
city to with hre mother, Mrs Helen .
F.: W.; Hill, one of Narcooseee'eprominent
Perdew, who has been very sick. where he has been employed on 'an :

Tuesday citizens,'wal in Kissimmee When you want those Toilet Wat- excursion Buck, during boat the summer run by Capt.S.. A, Our stock of Mattresses, Springs, Bedsteads, Chairs, Rugs, etc.,

James Miles, undertaker of St. era, Extracts fame jr/, Powders see us. 'of CENTRAL Pivers orRigaud's G. M.. lleitirtan and family' of Fort is complete and will be sure to please y'ou. Other goods are now '
Cloud, was in Kissimmee on business DRUGSTORE. Myers, were dinner ''guests at the .

Wednesday. Graystone Hotel Tuesday, while en I arriving daily and the public, is cordially invited to call ahd'getour
M. N. -Johns of St. Cloud, spent a Attention! All you men and boys route for their home from the mountains .
few hours looking about the city who contemplate buying a new .hat of North Carolina. They are prices and terms.
Wednesday.JJJ.WATrammell. should halt in front of F. Lawson's making-the trip in their car. ,. -
window. See the nice display of hats. .
of Kissimmee, was Values, stv 1 i ices to suit.leave Mrs. J. W. Douglas and daughter, '
;j--. '. a-garret'-at day.-( St.' Petersburg'- ) tH Times t;'"}e6ia,yoa 1t.-Da, d'PnA Mandjpr; : : 'Jf" IlarcTay: wt._ "atTKiesimiaee"Sunday Miss-Violet,-returnedUto."u Ter hair-home.a three ;;!! memher.,. c..Bive.i tj. .i'witlt.CASH..purchasc8.-T.r;.,..__",__:I_""" .L___ '

Sunday for Lyons, N. Y., where weeks' visit here with Mrs. \ -
If you have syrup to make and are they go on a combined business and parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. .
not equipped with containers, it will pleasure mission." :They will be gone Plant. City' Courier. Douglas'l'l' ',', ,
pay you to see us. CENTRAL DRUG about a month, Miss\ -
STORE. Grace Winn of
v Mr. and Mrs. W..J. Barber motored who spent the week-end in Jacksonville I C. GRANTHAM
Mrs. Howard l Katz and wee son t'o Orlando Saturday to place F. E. the gnest of Mrs W. 11. Byrnes, 1
were "spend-the-night" guests at the Caldwell of St. Cloud in the Florida left yesterday for Tallahassee, where .
11. W. Boice home Wednesday. sanitarium. Mr.\( Caldwell is Mrs. she will enter the woman's college.- "The Satisfactory rXt

W, H. Bronson, a hustling citizenof Barber's stepfather. Times-Union.- Store"d

Orange county, was in Kissimmee Mrs. M; M. Miller( and little son, A. B. Johnson,. county superintendent -

Wednesday looking after business.We Marshall, left last week for Madison. of Orange county, with Supt. _ _ _ _ _ -
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Fla., where the latter will be placedin =--"-'-- -- --------- -- - -- ;- .c==.cx.c -
have .Northern clients coming Johnson, of the city schools] of Or- I
South to locate. Shall wo sell your a sanitarium to undergo treatment lando, spent several hours in Kissim Robert Toombs of Forsyth, Ga., arrived Her mother, Mrs. M. E. Connor, accompanied lion of Florida. He is the />wnerof
property? Nelson Realty Co. for. infantile paralysis mee Wednesday, visiting the Various in Kissimmee last Sunday to ac- her and remained In South the New Eden Plantation and another r w

'Howard Anderson 'returned on Mrs. Geiger and son of Kissimmee' ,departments of our schools. ," cept a position with the Central Drug" Carolina for a more extended visit. tract in Gadaden county, as well an.
Wednesday from Pennsylvania, wherehe have taken rooms at Mrs. Montre- The express company will have dif Store. Mr. Toombs is a pharmacistwith owner of considerable property in this
ville's on Michigan avenue. They come Charles E. Light/oot,. the well city. He left for a business trip to
has in the fruit in
been engaged packing ficulty shipping perishable goods experience and comes to the ,I
the East Coast and to
to DeLand that the son may attend known representative of the Remington return
north of
business. Washington for some time to 'Central recommended. Haman '
Stetson.-Volusia County Record. come. Heavy movement of soldiers i highly Typewriter Company, with headquarters in a few days. .Mr. called on ,a;
We are preparing a catalogue of Roy FaircloUi flagman on the ia holding up this class of merchan i G. H. Young, the popular soft drink at Orlando, was in town this the fuel administration while in. '
city and farm property. List your week after interests of his Washington in connection with his> '
Sugar Belt, had the misfortune to runa dise. dispenser at Hunter's drug store returned looking the
property with us for good service nail clean his foot 'last night from Kissimmee, to company Mr. Lightfoot has a lot of coal business and decided to make sv
through ,the
Nelson Realty Co. . other rusty day. Hog brother Love Fair- Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Chisholm and which place he had been called by the friends here who will be glad to learn short visit to Florida. Mr. Hahman is. s''
Miss Evelyn Brown and Augusta 'cl&th, is relieving him. little daughter were visitors in Kis- serious illness of his brother, who is that he has been assigned to this territory stopping with his brother-in-law, A.
Welge motored to Kissimmee yesterday simmee Wednesday. They were accompanied somewhat improved at present.-Fort He will travel from Kissim E. Thomas, at his home .on Main. .
.'"r and spent the day with friends Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lupfer and son, by his mother, Mrs. Chis Myers Press. mee to Gainesville and Ocala and street -'
Orlando Sentinel.Mr. Earl, Jr., and W. A. Joiner, returned holm, who left on the afternoon trainto over to Daytona. "
Sunday from Macon and Marshall- join her daughter, Mrs. Charles Mrs. C. E. Hilton and two children Plant/ your fall pasture crop fop
and Mrs. Bloxham :Norton, vine, Ga., in; their car. Mrs. Lupfer Clayton, at her home in Tampa. The returned Sunday from a pleasant two William Hahman, well' known capi livestock. Dwarf ):usaex'r&pe-ls recommended ,
with little Helen, are vaiiting relatives and son have been spending the summer Chisholm family ha"e many warm months' trip to Hendersonville and talist and coal operator of Altoona, .' r .
in Kissimmee this week.-Haines City in Georgia, and wei joined by friends here who anticipate with Asheville, N. C., and Columbia and Pa., arrived in Kissimmee on Sundayto by the University of FlorIda -
..dI.JleraJ Mr. Lupfer last week. pleasure these occasional visits/ her old home near Charleston, S. C. look after his interests in this sec experiment station. '""": ,

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: -I UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN'TALLAHASSEE

i CROP PESTS: NUMBER THREE GAINESVILLE
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'GOBS Dunal Caunty Food c mmi..n PERUNAouse High Moral, Intellectual Standards College" of the Highest Rank .. .

J FORMERS Liberal Arts Law Agriculture, En.; I.Hpr"l/ 'Ph.I Art.l<:.al iSAuoatlon.KduoBtlon' :Music.tionl Art.,llxprer HomeKconomlcB. .
Education .
School .
finecring, Graduate
This is third weeks "
/ the of a series of For some two or three they .
articles covering the control of the remain in these restricted' areas and 4g Send for Catalogue and Views. .Write for Catalogue and Book ,of View. .

various insect and diseases we may are readily controlled by the measures 28.13t A. A. MURPHREE, Pres. : EDCONRADI, Pres. .'
expect on our Florida crops. ,I shall given; above. A grower should not 1\ .
endeavor to give directions for avoiding allow this opportunity to pass. If he t1i" >

4 Fire, Life, Accident and trouble as far as' possible,, for does, and seen the worms as they are"marching" ' '
recomizinfr it when it,appears, and into his ,field narrow
Health ,, Plate Glass, LiaJiiiUy for the best control.' These articles ditch with steeply sloping aides mad- i" : : ; [ s ; 1
cannot cover nil individual needs, so in their path is his only protection.The Peruna D.C.Wagnerlnsuranceflgency
eases
\ >IndI oilerlnsuranee. I' invite personal correspondence, worms thus, trapped can be killed i burden
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whether from the backyard gardenor by dragging a log over them or. by
d Executed commercial plantings. ; spraying with crude petroleum or' 4 housekeeper by keep- I 2nd Floor Citizens Bank Bldg., Phone No. '30.
Legal 0 n MRS. N. M. G. PRANGS, kerosene. Ing away the danger

Chairman of Committee on Plant Jf the worms are not in ,such numbers .O of from Illness resulting, t The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Co' 1t.
Same Day Needed. )Disease and Insect Control, Jacksonville as to make spraying teem hope. and ingestion due ,
< I )<'Ia. k, less, use arsenate of 1 lead 1 paste just, ,
catarrbal( rendi WE REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF ,NEW YORK, HARTFORD
(rent-mi I 1 nl OFFICE: State Bank Building ) broad J fi Ibsto [,0rill"/ water, for stronger and overcomes f AND MANY OTHER F1RST-CLASS FIRE' INSURANCE .:= J
vast over infected) area the oisoned spray means, less:! cr/fp needed for bait. "" these. .. COMPANIES; ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO., Z

bait J'lv under "('lit worms' in first Crop notation 'Its tonic properties build up 3: AND CAN TAKE CARE OFANYTHING, IN THE WAY OF FIRE, t

article of this series. This was originated Them lire'miny, reasons for crop the strength of the, physically }: LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, ,AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO-
for icras&hopper, control and is )rotation but I will take up the in- weak and run down and Its use >: BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive :y;: 1
most. effective. '*, '" fluuencc/ on insect and disease control, la.lo remarkably cnnvaleae.nae.r'pnelally:htmeflnJnl.::: / alter' grip, I ::
'"ARMY: WOKMS' do not come i in and.since planting season if no near '
KEEP IT ON HANDThe i Insurance !
devastating armies suddin/.ly and at hand, \\o'uill: ,, content ourselves at ::
I erratically as is the popular 'belief. this: time' with plain frets( and give hand for WM!Instant hounck u*eper evrn has tfcatarrbalfroutdea rVrunaon : .
oWE'VE They are always with us breeding explanations: : later. .t do not call for ila regular ad- '?t ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. *
/ around live generations a year Many SCAB of Irish potatoes also attacks vfteo mlDlBtraUnn.+ prevent a A Ion done* IIID.or...two. la time :;: IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION I :,
of: these 'broods arc ,practically eradicated i. 'bents and turnips It is curried on the Liquid or tablet form. : AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION.
THIS TO TEUX- :
by natural enemies of whichthey seed and orico\ established in the soil! Manalln/ Tablet. we a splendid <
THE I MEATS WE SEUUWV. have many, but "when the lives there for years even' without the laxative for home u.... .*4-.,**< G-OG.OO+O-H"H V* *< -0 *** v**< >*>**** .6
Auk the drumlM ,
.\. MAKE A HUNGRY weather conditions -- -- -- -- -- --
(heavy rainfall) presence of known host.pHnts. Seed THE PERUNA COMPANY
one tMAN PtEL W E.. ..L 1 are'against the development of these .can be disinfected by soaking for 2 CoI_...... Ohio
enemies and the caterpillars are not hours in a solution of 1 lb. formalinto FOR PREFERREDOne
THAT COMMON: AILMENT dthcrwise molested they eventuallymove SO gals water, but are subject to ----- SALE---CASH
in a body to the good feeding reinfection if planted on diseased
OF ALL MANKIND ground afforded by succulent crops. ground. Scab develops, very slowly County Agents'' ReportOsceola block of Five Lots in South Part of Town. 250
At such time the grower is almost acid conditions therefore the best
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commonly called] 'hunger" should in ,
be a three-1imcs-ta-day treatment.You helpless] for 'even though he has control is to keep' the soil slightly foot front,. 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for

know that old I miying-it's poison! right at hand the worms are acid hence our oft repeated) warning eeola County: Cattle are fat and I Banana or Truck Growing., Eighteen inch fall to city
-... ".better-to na.y-theliu.tcber..thttn. the. often in such numbers as to nearly "Iion't Jime land for Irish potatoes." the. ranges are.in! good shaper All the ,
t" -;:' <>.to"rM'tiJat"'WiiT.(j'truc7dt'i / tlfia t-rt..1T'1J":.1 hi'rr"pbL'fOJ i : ,<_'>;ettatlgaaluirdeath / .,ifxharlytndaltt;;tdx'narl4taJitna.wntL,3tiR; .., : ; 'p-lhahirJtlltyetl;. $ , I1L4rrY41lEIDY..DrJGe: JQ .SK tf r:; ..
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dose. These invasions can be not shown scab, treat the seed so be'sold reduced '
M. 1.). any business/ lx>cauge he's"one as at a price owing to
of our. best! (UBtomers-\ . prevented by foresight. not to introduce Infection. If it hat damage by the rust, mite. 'Apply VALLEY G ZETTE.!; .
4. *,XMiftftf( ; ,.Jirv.hiuLrin of ..
a '!t' r : : ; flusters 44 grown! a at'aliby't'f-op! plant Id other -- ,
I few dozen to several hundreds on vegetables" at least three years. If AUihua: Co""ufity Fn'rW1trs-are'T k-
grills or grass-like plants. Low land this is not practical grow a cover inp good headway picking cotton and -- - -
i ill generally selected, the /grass' ,on crop of rye or oat and when about prices are /good. There is a general
City Market ditch banks 11611)17) particularly likelyto four inches high/ piow it in. Irish shortage of labor which, is delaying
such infestation The eggs are potatoes grow eijually well on slightlyacid general 1 farm work. a
light /pray and are covered with ./gray\ soil as under strictly alkaline R. S. FLOYD
.t 000t C> moth. They hatch here in the)) southin I manure and on tool used in scab are doing fine and hardly a day passes
about three The l hut that from ore to ten farmer RU Dealer In
M. TILLER. days. tiny youngcaterpillars : infected
have whitebodies\ soil.To to see the pips. As a lesult of the
and ( be continued)
,jet-black hendThey keep, close ti. 1 State jWelise] luh work in this county' the agent(
Real Estate Agency.e.f.a..e..tfff".fa. I tl1.C1'ound./ bullion from Bight except -- -- paper- ( copy.Magnolia has to the careful obsurver. At this tim. uroc-Jerney pig's.

the t }' con be easily killed by mowingthe ; Balm .
Realty bought and sold. Madison County: A local farmc.reports Corner
Broadway and Dakin Ave.
Houses rented. /gross, sprinkling lightly with that from an acre of :Mexican!"
LIQUID FA CE POWDER.
kerosene and 1 burning it, or by spraying June corn planted June 14 he gathered -
Taxes paid and Titles verified with arsenate, of lead paste :2 .. The beauty secret of green corn in fifty-four day He Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed
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for nonresidents.Fire I U>s. to 50 J'als.II.ler.: women who knowhow i... now supplying a sanitarium arid l
Life and Accident Within ,thr(c or four days niter several families) with He
In. to take care of the com green corn.
hatching, the damage begins to showin had sold Jll worth of corn from this

surance. "', whitish patches which are quite) ; 1 !. plexion. Cannot be acre ,by August/ 20, which had l been .. - ,. _. -- -
Indemnity Bondl.HCW. conspicuous against/ the natural green detected Heals Sun planted a little more than two nuwths, .:. ; - .:. -.;
and later the leaves will be more or ; )1 burn stops Tan. Soothing .. ..e
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++ loss! skeletonized. The worms are "i; cooling refreshing. Escamhia County: It.is 'dune, likely
dill ker in color now and may be t II' ) > Pink. WAil..'R.-.R.J. that 'a sweet potato curing house .'
oe. rosoa+>oa. "OOO.OOOO found curled: up in leaf sheath's or f r 75c.at l'Dnigtlttt orkumoti Jlnct large enough to meet!! the needs of the Stout Lumber Co. '
( perhaps suspended
'j'' threads, but probably the greater |LrxmMf..Co.. 40 South Fifth Si.BraoUrn.N.Y.EAMARTN . built at Pensacola. The potato crop SUCCESSORS TO MAY-STOUT LUMBER CO.
GRIFFIN number will be on the ground. I son.promises to t'oe a good' one this sea DEALERS IN

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iness and profession in Jacksonvilleare
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l;, : Ill q quo calling on the county agent for : LUMBER w
some kind of agricultural information. I
I GROCERIESFree .t :v The prices paid for farm products are

making the farm take rank among .. Novelty Works in Connection
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other business] institutions.
Delivery to all Partsof It i is our pleasure to give you estimates at all times. :
the City Santa Rosa County: The- Bureau '
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Courteous Attention and
of Entomology, U. S. D A, has a Prompt Delivery.

It will and demonstration and experimental ,farm ' .
save
you money .
...n ." '- _n_ >'" boll weevil
.W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrel. full information on all seeds forMARTINS JfreonditionsSWBy: ,

CRAWFORD,& JARRELL QUID A fall planting. Our stocks are complete and planting'under on different several weather different and dates fertilizer : : "'---"'--- K-Vl-_"",*"** _" **-/!/"- ** -lata.rw nJvUmE **-**-,,,g '.

ATrORNEYS.AT.LA W 1 J f1J.LPLA 1 assuring prompt shipment. conditions it has been '"'demonstrated - -
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Offices: 4, 5, 6, and 7 Citizens 't.,1A'MNVIIl.
with
SOD CO. '-c. FLcWIMMartin's HyTestSouthern Trailing cotton scant foliage is
Bank Building imperative under a maximum weevil
Klaslmmee Florida : Seeds infestation.

T. M. RIVERS., W Carefully grown closely selected, al ,I Ss. Johns, County_: Two of the corn- State Bankof
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ways dependable. Full assortment garden club boys report yields of thirty-five
I PHYSICIAN and and field. Strawberry and vegetable bushels. Owing to a long drouth anda
SURGEON plants also a specialty. Wnte I severe wind storm the yield,
Office
( over Osceola Pharmacy'Phone today lor our new fall catalog. although not high, is considered good. Kissimmee
Office Residence 146. (I We hope to have fourteen cattle dip-

A. Martin Seed Co. ping vats installed in the county in
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The
E C.F.THRASHERSHEE7 ',JaclcwnYfl1e. Florid eyes of? the worldare
S.. Holmes County: The leaf week in
m METAL WORKER : August might well be called the weekin
Mttal Roof t which Holmes county started toget
Pat
CaaranlttJFHONE on and rid of the cattle tick. On Tues on the who
day, 485 head of cattle were dipped, man
148':11 KISSIMMKE. FLA 143 head on Wednesday, 263 head on
r Friday, and 165 head on Saturday,

i.. DR. W. W. CARSON week.making a total of 1,056 head for the

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Office over Pilley Building Clay County: On account of 'BO
much rain farmers SAVES
Office Hour:: S-rll 1-| many are Raving
w .OSTIe du* 'Phone Iff Residence; Those II their pea vine hay under shelter.
Admlnleter for Extractloo .t They use cross-poles about every six
r Teeth Feet which gives a free circulation of
r O. r. full realization of the disastrous influence of air to the hay, and pull the poles out
.KRIBEa W. j. :3TKBC the war on all business routine, our buyers have put when the hay is well cured. It makesa
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t ATTORNEYS AT LAW possible for our trade. too heavy in the curing: shed. "T>AUSE for amomenl.youngman -

Legal business of all kind given Baker County: Steps are being i -* and ,
give thought self.
prompt attention. Full taken; to eradicate the cattle tick.I a to The ,
Office 11 and 11 state Bank Bide Stock--RightPrices Two vats have been built and othersare i
KiBBimmee, Florida. in prospect. problems that confront you now: or


y Pat Johnston o. P. Oarretl We have a complete line of fertilizers and the Qadsden County: The county agent will a few years hence. '
inoculated 1,194 hogs against cholera
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW, I greatest stock of fertilizer materials ever known in In two week's time. Look about -the men of affairs in ,.,
ti yon country, state nation ,
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the State of Florida: Prices are higher than in nor- --...
;' yes, in the world, are the men who started to
early in life.
County save
mal times, but are as low as consistent with exist- Clay Six hundred two- ..:
Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Baal ing conditions. year-old heifers were shipped into this
i Building county this week, to be crossed with They have the respect and confidence of the community ,

r KUelmmee. FIe.r purebred Hereford bulls. Two car- 'f'
loads of purebred Hereford heifers Then look on the other side-at the fellows who spend all they

Ideal Formulas, f have been shipped in. make-they may have a good time for a while, but what does their a
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW personality reJIed7. ..
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Madison County: A number of .
,, Our formulas all have the same perfect proportioning farmers will plant a small acreage to A dollar deposited 1
in this
wheat or so bank will be the t
this winter. Wheat has not
and blending of ingredients that have made
Waring nucleus -of honorable '
Building. an "
l been ,grown to any extent in the coun- independent career.
their superior field value the past quarter century. ty but it i is likely to do well f>n some Make your beginning now-today. Your bank *
Quality has not been sacri /ficed in the slightest de- of the heavier land book will pave the way.Capital 1" ,,'

gree. Write for catalogue and price list t
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Wilson & T o'pmer Fertilizer Co.Manufacturers growing on a pineapple demonstration 1
JEtmeral '
Director ., plot showed that the grass was Officers and Directors '.
practically immune to root-knot nema- :
: IDEAL FERTILIZERS tode injury. The well ,
grass grown on C. A. CARSON President .
ANDLICENSED Dealers in Spray Machine, and Insecticides. ... s infested soil, and a few galls are M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY, V-P. : '

"'Jacksonville, Florida, 1--- found on the roots, but..not sufficient ROMA THOMAS CashierN.
to
EMBALMCR cause injury.
C. BRYAN, N. B. CARSON. M. KATZ 6 i
J Waters & Carson Grocery Co., Local Agents Drive Out Malaria,Build Up System C. A. CARSON,, H. FLEMING," E. L. LESLEY,

Store and Chapel Stewart AT* j (0 The Or6'e Old BtgBdird 5-ABTBUtSH Ktnrrtt ttmfthnlnf TONIC.4rTvcc Ionic out, .. J. WADE TUCKER, Directors. ,;,

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| America" every saloon beneath lhe ready agreed which showed tho along the center line and followingthe fward I
of the School Board upon *. all heir at law .
-.9-9$4-p
I W.C.T.D. COLUMN I I I stars an.d stripes must be closed. Proceedings amount -due ,the Board of Public 'Instruction meatade-rlnijta' ot.lId/ (Creek to I]I I Iwhere ward, deceased ; do b.. at,. 4
The'great political parties have of Okeechobeo to be It emptlcvs Into Lake Tohopoka-j| thesaid bill or vomplalnt at .
failed to respond to this call --- county Hfta. thencn through aald Lake to a of the Clerk of sai.1 Court ntmee.
do not for they (Continued from; Page 2)) $t>28.36. On motion duly secondeda point where Stewart Avenue In the Florida on Monday the _,
want the responsibility and the warrant ordered town of Klaslmmoe Cfty. If extended of November A. T>. -
wes drawn in favorof lel7. the) sartT
Wherever W: C. T. U. recreation time has come for the .American people Club. The Board made'the appropri. the Board of Public Instruction ofOkeechobee would enter the; said lake,, 'thence In a lag the first Monday of said ml.
rooms have been opened for the sol to disregard political parties and ation. Northwesterly course along the centerof and that this order be published) In\ X-nO. <
and turned to said Htewait Avenue to the center of
over Klaslmmoe
I diers, they have been distinctly sue- me* up In a Bids for contract to furnish material Valley Oatette, a na". _
great army and with all board Broadway, th.enc up the center of paper. published weekly and of generiuT*
'cessful and popular. That at the na. thejr strength solve the question fixtures and labor for plumbing It appearing from the records in the Hrondway to Main Street. thence up circulation In Oaceola County Flprtda.
tion's capital has welcomed hundredsof I themselves. at School No 16. St. Cloud. according '. of the the center of Main Street to the corporate once each week for four ((4) ConseCutive \
office county superintendentthat limit of the town of KissimmeeCltv week
prior to said
home-sick lads who have not failedto America's \
danger is not from to two sets of plans filed In there was a balance of $4,996.4(1( thence) along the center of the : my hand "a1.'IT" ..a'.t \ -
express their gratitude for its without; it is from within. Whatever the office of fhe county suDerintrn- to the credit 'of Special Tax School Dixie Highway to the county IIno.thencti".t aald. Court at Kissimmee, Plorld. thl* _
cheery atmosphere. The following crisis the United along, aald county line to the 17th day of September
States is un.Clerk .
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facing or dent were opened and found as follows District No. 4, which had now becomea point of' beginning.CosaaslosUairr. \
poem, written by young Robert E. will face is coming or will from OVER8TRKKT.
come; : Okeechobee Circuit
Lee, a grandson of the Southern gen. internal causes. It is the American Plans and Specifications No. 1 : St. part duly of Seconded a warrant county; on motion '* ni.4rlct N. S Florida.Circuit .Co-rr Osceola County.' ,

eral, was presented to the matron of people who have their wasor I Beginning" at a point In the center of ( Court I '
own problem Cloud Plumbing C... bid $1300 Walter dered drawn for this amount the Dixie Highway, and on the line the' rooms, as an expression of his to settle, their own future to decide. Harris bid $1282.' ferring this account to the tran"1 viding" Township 24 and TownShip, ',z5. NUTU'I OF KXKCUTOH .

feelings And, the first step in this ''settlement Plans and Specifications No. 2: St. 'ublic Instruction of Okeechobee and run due East along said Township, -

We'll Ne'er Forget and decision is the elimination'of the Cloud Plumbihv Co. bid $1365. Walter county . >line Township to the Northeast South.corner Range of Section Tlhtry .. Coort of Cen.tr .I..... _lai4"ono -

.. You think it Is a little thing saloon., Harris bir 1128. Bids for furnishing fnaterial and 11I0)I. East thence' South to the water ". tsle .. Florida -

That you to our ,lone lives should Onmotion of Mr. Baisden. second erecting a school building at Kenans. of Kast Lake Tohopekallga. thenceItouthwesterly .. r Estate of Jokn W. Tkontpoosi r
across said Lake to tho
bring these nights of song. WONDERFUL STUFF! ed bv Mr. I.nnier.; the contract was ville according to plans and specifics. canal connecting East Lake Tohopekallga Notice I* hereby given 'to all whom. '

No matter what has been our past LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS I IApply awarded 'to Mr. Harris for $1282. nc- tions prepared by A.. J. MacDonough, and Lake Tohopekallga. ,' thence It may concern, that on the 12th day .f. 5OlinKH -
7hese happy hours until the last cording to plans snerifirattona<< Nn. were opened and found to be as fol. along Ihe center of aRId ,canal to Waters December, A. I D 1W, I shall apply to \ .
of Lake the
Tohopekallga thenco. Honorable
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Will linger long. a Few Drops Then Lift Cornsor 1. and the chairman of the board was lows : across said Lake to Western Margin aid Court as Judge M. of Murphy Judge for of I

!p Calluses Off With Fingers- instrucNnl to slim n contract for sam K.; I D. Malloy\ of Kissimmee $11800. thence Northerly along the Western final discharge a* .. Probat.( or the es my. ,
It; is no little thing for you No Pain -v\\f\\ Mr. Harris furnished a properbond. Hanner Bros of Orlando $12000. Margin of the Lake to a point where tate of John. W. deceased:
\ Shliiitle Creek empties Into said Lake, and that at the .
volunteer with r
To will
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: Thomreon. pre
: courage No humbug!' Any corn whether'hard. I Arnold & MacDonough of Kissimmee thence across the Lake to a point sent my final of .

And do your part; soft ot between the toes,' will Chairman Pans reported that he ,' $12490.Trask where Stewart Avenue In the Town ef aid eState, and their approval.
Your love for us, by some unseen I KIsHfrnmeo, .. City, If extended would Dated June llth. A.
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loosen right up and lift out; without a had authoHr the. er"ctlo" rvf a t<> nrorarjr & Nash of Okeechobee Cit '. the Maid I '
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Has brought to us this pleasure ..keen particle of pain or soreness. boildinar for one of the d'vi-' $10,702; or $1000 less for sand-lime winterlv course along the center of 1.8moa EDGAR- D. HOQAN.Executor .

Tp cheer our hearts. This drug l is called freezone and is (alon" of the third "'1'o
a compound of ether'discovered -imn">... !school and had emnlov The board after due consideration I Htoailwav. thence up the center of JO'I'I'K OF 1:1"v..OI: ,.

When side by side we take our chance, Cincinnati. man. by a Arnold MacDonouVh to do thworV. rejected(! all bids on account of their 'the Itroadway renter to of Mtiln Main street Slr..t..to thence tti.....corporate up. U'.r FI..I ...... ) : ':1,

To live or die in bloody" France, Ask at any drug store for a small 1 :. The actjon, of the.. chairman. being above the amount of, funds !. limit of the Town of Klwnlm- I. C..rt' '
r.0.1. .
For right and you; bottle of freezone which will cost buta the" !fioard waa Approved by the hoar,!. available (or"fhe erections'of said! !the tit." DIxU.City, IllKhwny thence alonir to the the rioter of toa.ty, sista .1."'Iorl... ;

Then never fear, you here at home trifle, but is sufficient to rid one's Plans for the school builon. aumu Ix-liiR the. point of hoinlilii county! .line.. I. le Kstae ., JaB. Mc5..hlj.. .' : .

That we'lforjet\ where'er we roam feet or Ken"nsvill! and a. temporary bmldinT ough to prepare another set of plans I J
callus.
corn ;
every or CommlNpdoner lntrlet !\r... 4
-Notic. Is
The W. C. T. U hereby given. tn whom ;
Put a few drops directly upon any at Rt. Cloud for the nrityary) Hpr-nrt- to be submitted to the board at Us HoKlnnlnjr" at the Northoant corner of it may concern that on the 11 day. .f .

Union Signal tender aching corn or callus instant. ment were submitted bv A. J. :Ma*- regular meeting 'on October 1st 1917. Town..hlll 26 Mouth, Ilaniro 34 Kant. nnd tietoher A. I). 1917. r shall apply tn I 1" '
----- Bids for running thence West the the honorable T. M. Murphy. Julge or '
I ly the soreness Donouerh and accented hv the board. furnishing material and) along county 1.
disappears andshrtJ1
The Massachusetts W.' C. T. U. has linn to the Kun 'fl line dividing Town- said, Court as Judge or Probate ror my
the corn or. callus will loosen and can The county superintendent was in- erecting a building for the lrimary. ..hll|>H 30 and 31 thence. Houth along iinal dl.ehargo n. Ex..tor or the .... J
purchased an acre of ground with a be lifted off with the fingers. stru'-'ed, to advertise for bids on these department of the St. I nald'. Hunira lute to Rust Lake Tohopa-' ate. or John l..l.aultbln. deceased; -

fourteen-room house upon it admir. This drug freer.one buiMin",. wete opened and found as follows: kaiigathrnee South went to lh" henit of and that .t the I will- present -
ably adapted for a recreation home doesr.'t eat out th.. di'alnai ** sanoL..vn ..n1&.Lakei'd.wai1iw < my final encountLas Executor ot
The ..
the corns or calluses-' but bonds of Arnold & MsrPpn. .Hu.f.Uqrg4l. t ud ..+ ... ;; co11tc-"p1*ntTit1'1Dtd1t.iLake : ;' M ;
.. for.the.soldier/ boys .at.theAyer: camn."tt""W11rt 4fc wi > hM"Wf shrivels ' "''h'i.M"'P.'iy: t/lm'ri'i'/ "1 ;.._ g8.-!! Tohopel allxa thence Wet Dated Apri.fdO.t'"t.II I r '

) "'Nrrit 1J1lMV! t1i rw '-p i "lfftfiitth-rtfie" surrounding bell and Lo"onee contracts respective. Arnold .& MacDonoughofJs nii.. across Buld Lak to! Ire' \V"Ht..rn Murln. n E. McLAUOJILtN. .,'
skin. < .
victrolas games pictures and other Just thinkl No ly. "'er"a roved hvthe hoard; mee, $llSft: :'. "-* ; *.. .. ,*1 ..thence,!$:;oultv;,onV;. *.*t *.lM.re. of*d4,fr rl-lmC. . F.I'.to.. .
paint at all Lake the canal "
no to hence down the
;
i ideal: recreation! features. Concerning The chairman and co"ntv snoerin- There being no further business thj I Foil III-ICATION .
soreness or smarting when applying it I center of said canal to Lake C> |>ri>.*. ,
the new home Mrs. Katharine or afterwards. If ,. t.nhnt were authorized t to hove R board adjourned to meet October 1st, to where said canal inters'ctsthe 'j
,Lent Stevenson, president the Mas. your druggist don'tlove huil i.." erected for School No. *Ii. 1917. Township line dividing Townships. V I I. ('I..1 Conrt. ttmtt .( Florida : ,j
." :
) freezone have him order .! for r'W. and 2*. thencn Jnt along maid Tow iTnhlp I
sachusetts W. C. T. U. writes
: "We .4 hton. suitable lot C. or
you. near as soon as a BASS lino to the Northeast corner (1. 3. Ifuxo. n. F. KrlhbK 'aail Jan .
shall first have It room where book, could\ he procured f. Attest: Chairman. 'Township Houth,' Range: XI Kat.thenci (' I...., I.... .|...... vi- llobertK. . .I .., "3

magazines writing materials, and Th. chairmen reported that he h'l.ll l la C. E. YOWELL. Houth to the Southeast corner II run*, ...vl... lie.... hi. trlfrl t\ '.
'
chairs will be ADVERTISED LETTERS of Bald Tnwnnhlp. thence East to thoKnfltern U. llrnan ad Lillian HUT Hrmm. "
at the disposal of 5iPfl'l County
.asy deed conveying" the C"rd \. i_ Superintendent. Boundary of th.- county kin vtlfe. sad F-lrnn-linrrlHnllnrd .
the men. Then there will be evening solid'+" T q4 1 r'oml"-ny n ,. ,o'ot! thence North nloiin the county line to <... a Corporation. Defendant .

meetings concerts socials, lectures, Following is the list of uncalled for at Bull!! Creek in exchange". a ]lot To Cure a Cold In One Day. point of brglnnlnK, .

games now and then a treat of home letters remaining in the postoffice at) at Lokosee. The board unanimously Take LAXATIVR BROMO Qu'al_. It stone the ContmUalaner'il IHntrlet !Ii... 5 eienth .Judicial (Irrolt Oaeeola r...,

cooking, and always temperance Kissimmee, Florida for the two weeks approved of the action of the. chair Couch DruKgUti end refund He.d.cb. anti work oft the Cold ginning at the Northeast corner orTow..hlp .". .. Chaneery.It .
money If it fill to
literature and cure. .29 South Kiinire 34 Kant'
a possible tempera ending Oct. 8th 1917 man. K. W. ( &ovi -o signature on cads box. **. hv affidavit
: and running" thence Houth along the n..p..nrlnl appended to
pledge to be brought forth when the Mrs. Mamie Bright, Mrs. Annie The hoard made the. following. appointments county line to th(' Township line dlvtd- 11,1 the above-ateteil cause -

occasion warrants. There will be a })I\vll', I n. l. Gill Ruth Graham Miss : I I 8 I I I I I-I-H-I I I I I I I I 'log Townnhlp 32 and 33, thence Writ that Hobert F. Hruna .and Lnutflnriruim ,
house mother, a white ribboner who Osceola High School L. O. Rogers" along $,atd Township line to tho KIs his wife{ two of the d"r..nd"nt. t
1'roniei[ Hicks ((2)), Mrs. C. P. Nicholson : alminee Hlver thence North along theV..t..rn therein named are .. ".. .. of the
will bring to the homesick lonely Mrs. Cora Thomas Mrs. Liza mathematic and athletics; Miss Elizabeth Legalt \ lloundniy ot the 'county to State. or Florida and are rentdenta of
boys a taste of mother love and sym I Weston. Tribble. science: Miss Enna r : t Lake Cypress. thence North and I Huntalontt City of Clnl'lnnal. Htate of Ohio. each

pathy. Rooms will be rented to the I Hotham Latin and Spanish; Miss thy West Shore ot Ljike Cypreasto over the . years. ; It ..
B. B. IK therefore ordered
Advertisementsl'IIssluI.IluiSiISilil$4 that said nonrealdent -
SIMPSON. the Towimhlp Line dividing Town .
tvfcs mothers and sisters of the Jessie Lee Blackman.: hisrh school t :
men Postmaster. history ships I 27 and 28, thence Fast along Bald defendant be and they are here -
who will crowd into Ayer, some for In' place of Miss Agnes Bryan line to tho Northeast corner of Town. by required to appear to the hill of .''
the last glimpse of their loved ones. GIRLS' real gned. ship 28 South HBIIKO 31 10nst thencn complaint filed In said cause on or before ,
WHITEX SKIN Mouth to the South,*aHt corner or said Monday the 6th day of November. :
The house is centrally located and St. Cloud High School: : N. H. Rn!- )>OTI<'H Township thence East to point ot be- A. I). Ill?. otherwise the all"lalon. ,.

magnificently adapted to a larger WITH; LEMON JUICE lard principal; Miss Kate N. Caplinger. of CommlaslonersIn Klnnlnir. of said bill will be taken a .H
The Hoard County by said defendant
work than second assistant. ERNEST MACH Chairman.
we can possibly
.
attemptat
and for Oaceola County. Florida will"
It Is further that this
present though we trust it will Make a beauty lotion for a few cents Miss Leila Creighton School No. 7, receive bids on the construction of Attest J. :L. OERSTRHCT: Clerk. he published once or".r..d a .. for four Val"t
develop along all\ lines. Lawn tennis to remove tan freckles, sal- Center Park. elvhteeti hundred feet of brick road 89-4t necutlve week ln> the Klaalmmee
lowness nine feet wide with Concrete_ curbing. I..y n..w..n..n.... ..i.likd__ In '
Miss Mary nil O.t. 1
croquet, etc., may be played in the T'hArlo'A PinaLafayette up to Ill' a: m.. October 13th 1117. said County, ...and -Hlate. r---n n j
Hummer and fall, hammocks may be Hankins.; : principal North The Board reserve the right to reject oilmen KOH PIIII.ICATIOVIn : : This 18th day of (September, 1IT '

flwung from the trees and there are Your grocer has the lernSBs and any Kissimmee colored school any. ...rLII hid. (Irrult (....rt. state of Florida.J. 4. I* OVKIHTnEKT "a

possibilities for garden work; One, drug store or toilet counter will sup. George Chandler, janitor, North : EHNE8T- MACII. Chairman. M. >im T. ConipUlniint. .'.. .111. W J STKKD. Clerk Circuit Court

of our most mother-hearted women ply you with three ounces of orchard Kissimmee colored school, at a salary A'jeii OVERST EET. Clerk 4J -3t Miller n......"..,. Divorce. II.'...... Solicitor for Complainant.. 'J

will have oversight of the social part white for a few cents. Squeeze the I of *8 per month. -- Judicial (Irrult. Ofirrvln County (Circuit Court Seal). t.4
juice of two fresh lemons into a bottle G. : MHIIKII FOil Pl/lll.irATIOIV .. Chnncery.ft .
of the work. Only pure home influenes B. Woodall was appointed janitor .
0 will of course be exerted. Already I then put in the orchard white and School No.1. Kissimmee at $50 In Circuit Court 7th Judicial Circuit. appearing by affidavit appended to NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR '
shake well. This makes the bill filed Tn the above-atatnd cause
a In Chancery Houth-
quarterpintof O"cl'ollCounty.
white ribboners are wlltingme from a month and also attendance officer
that Ci-llle Miller, the der..nd..nt'tht'r.-. la C..t o* C.mmtr Jmtm. State ofFiend.
the best lemon skin -Oolonlaatlon Company, a corporation ,
distant states, asking that we interest I very whitener of School Board District No. 1 at a v*. lye I). Allen and .J. .1,.. Over- in named I I. a non-realdont of the stats
ourselves in their sons." and complexion beautifier known. salary of $25 per month. treet.. a* Clerk Circuit Court. of Florida and Is aI resident of Putney, -. .
)Massage tMs fragrant lotion by affidavit of W. n Ua., and that aha I In over the age of
creamy The board received It appearing
a petition from I. Estate of Delaaa Graaaaa. Oaeeola
twenty-one year; It I I. therefore ordered r ,
statednune
Strong words. from Ex-Governor Patterson daily into the face neck,. arms and the trustees of the Whittier school . the Allen above one of the that said n-reldent defendant C..t1'. ,

of Tennessee hands and just see how freckles, tan, asking that the assistant's salary be Respondent therein named I I. a non he and la hereby required to appear, to '
sallowness, redness and roughness raised to r.aiiontof... Florida .and.a'resident'ofKaunas thai bill of complaint filed In said cause Notice I I. hereby' Driven, to all :whom
The greatest need in America today disappear and how smooth $70..per..month"iThe board that ald Ilespondent on 'or';, boforet Monday/' the';1st, day"'of It may concern that on the 10th day of '
' is soft and allowed the increase, making- $5 to hj CltyMMo.Jj; <)ctoler'y\D.l'lUl) I 7, otherwise-. thee> alle. I lecember..A.fl.' 1817, I hall I
; 'the'' formation of a new national I Ujoverilthe'Pagiv'of. \ ' twentyonw. years' ")! applylto)
clear the skin becomes. Yes! _ _ _ _
It i
is gatitiatortsaidItllltwhlltbetakenaacotifessed (Honorable T. '
f '' paid from .the'general.fund'andi$15' lhatith) retelinof( one5.ntheltatett| ( >f \ i! M. Murphy. Judire of
mind "
the" construction ofanew, harmless, and the beautiful jesults from Florida theOervlce of 8 subpoena upon bye said4defendant.ua5Saist. ,I ..aid' Court. as ,i Judge of Probate.. for
>
jSwv'\ \<:national' t: conscience| and 1\'a f ftref ormai1 will surprise theS.iSi' you. The' board burned 'meet'' ? or..r"- be" a" I of the or ,
'tjon that will 'bring.ahout a new Sep la. therefoie; ordered that said nonresident ,published once week I estate Del ma Graham deceased
etmber 22nd 1917.Kis'simmee respondent, lye I>. Allen l lnnd he, for four consecutive weeks In : and that at 'the'aam.. time I will -
T1ation-,-a nation with a firmer pur. he hereby Is required to appear. the Klsslmmeit::' Valley layette., a news- present to said Court my final accounts '
pose, a clearer vision and a complete to the bill of t-omplatnt filed In said ,(wiper(, published 111 nald County and a* Administratrix of said eatate, and \
What is LAX-FOS Fla., Sept 22 1917. State ask for their approval .
understanding' of the words patriotismand j valise Americanism.To The Board of Public Instruction ?f of Novpnu A. l II, 1917 otherwise thnJli < ; This Jet day of Septi-mlier.; :; 1(117J ( Dated June 1th, A. I). 1917JACKIia .
LAX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARAA .gallon of snM bill '" 111 hi, taken I. tvI.itkriti.RT. ANN (]RATTAL!.
bring this condition about the Digestive Liquid J.,axative, Catharticand Qsceola county met as per adjourn. an .lonfessed hy mild. respondentJl Clerk Circuit Couit t mo. A"mlnbtratrl.

f firit problem to be solved is the liquor Liver Ton ic. Contains Cascara Bark ment of September 3 i, 1917 there boo I Is fu-i't her ordeii'd Unit thl. ord'r: Z Stilliltiit B.\.$I:<.. Tor ComplainantCircuit HV I I
foul
week for
I i- coiineoutlM -
puhllRhed once n IIUI':1 l'III.H"TluV
"
problem and the liquor problt.'I11'sIn Blue Flag Root Rhubarb .Root. Black ang present W. C. Bass chairman ; W. weik* In th. I IH..III"U".1- ( (Coin, 101. nil I 3S-41 -
I
( solution is wiping, it enti2ely i Root May Apple Root,Senna Leave and ley (lan-tte, a new ".i>aper puhllxhcll In '\ In <.... ('oiirt. vevrnlh Judlrlnl Clr. .
mid unequivocally, off the map. Ta Pepsin Combines strength with palatable R. Lanier arul J. II. Baisdcn, ; also C. Klxklninue I ; i tmciola Count: K. l PlnHJiipaled l :. .\ltl i < TII"IUII'4UTI.I'O! : 'IM. .. .ll.l frlorldn, fan sail for (irolnt

H. Yowell andJ. ") I his September. 21t 1 1C17' lint i. is'r.t'iiiin ounty. In ( linncerFlnrf }'."
accomplish tho... coming of the "New I aromatic taste. Does not gripe. SOc county superintendent, j. 1:. < vrnsTMiKTCleik : .

S. Cadel! f.r the board. ) Clriult,I C'OHI. .
attorney ourt ..f Connt Judge, Stale of ."land & ('nf tie ('omimnyt n t"or
------- -- - - - - -- \r n r'HAWKonu.JolUitc.r 1 .
: Ilorl<.la. Ittirntlon.m. .'...
W. W. Chandler chairman J. M
; -miipLilnniil, 41-41 1 .k..n.II. .I..p.
....+.O+.++..t+..+. *>.+.+++.....s++++ XI ._ A le> \\rsl IAI.. mnnnny. nornnrnllon. 4
Lee and R. L. Gre)'. comprising 4he M \srrjfs! sin In rp IXlite: of /. \V. Ilaon,! lrreoeil.Oacroln < Illll to Board of Public I nst.ructioof Oknocholwe _
In ClreuM, ro..t for the Ceveeth Jiifllelal, The ('>niplnln I i int abme) nnmeil << .
R. E. Hambrick .
I Cold Storage for Fresh Meats i county, and I Krenlt" ..f f h. $.a,e of, Klorltln.In County.Notice In* filed in this court Its. sworn hn"I I I .
county superintendent of public instruction .' C..."....'..,.. ('flee 'e. "'.'\''. Clara II. of rompliilnt. (It lit .,:'< thpt In It*
of said county, met in conference 4 lark by 1.unman N. C'I.rk. her next. Is. 1er.'li' fflv fn to all whom, It thinnr, ,IArl.'". ,persons, firms unJcol '4 \\
.
... IIIMV (" '''''I''n. (thAt llenretla. _. nsAdministratrix I I to hold have \
with the Board of f Pablic Instruction frlrn.l and hmi>lnlnnn .Imrnlln. .tRln.ln. or
.Eggs Vegetables Etc. ... C..e 5. Mlllord et al, lleMtonOrnta. of tho Estato of Z 'W.I Home i9ght:| t of, In and '
v 11.
1 of Osceola county, in accordance -Police: of Male |I lii HK. diriasitd, "will I I I on the 2uJ diy: of ti the hereinafter .lvncrlied{ :
with Chapter 7401, laws nf O tolicr.' A. I'). H17.!\ npplv to the/ Hon- .%% Uoai. on,, ... .iihicen. of and
To Ocorgo: S Mllhtrd and Pelsl I.. oral;'". T. M Murphy,.Coantv JinlK' Inn nbiide, nnd..poxt office r..loe"e. are
STORAGE RATES ON MEATS: Florida, 1917, approved l\Iay8t1l. 9l7, 1If1 lIrd. his wife. Joseph. CostoJIo and n t.l l for ",,1.1 county, at his oftfee 1q to ,'ompl.ilnnnt unknown slid having i 1
11' for the purpose of agreeing upon a Kittle H. Costello hut' wife, nnd to all KlKslmmee" In snld counfv st 10 1o'"I'H'k > prn\id itllof /elllnRt, vuch unknownmrlli 11.
plan for the assumption by Okeecho- whom It.mv: concernNotice a. m. or as soon thereafter. n* |I' \ .... 'H'r.onR. and corporations :
Storage on all Meats, 1-2 cent.pound.Fifteen Days. of its rata share of the (s Hereby given hv the) under tho, mailer "' 'n b.> henrd for authorltv nnd cianta,4id' ,, l the entry of nn or..r.' ,
tea county ; <
pro 'lie"-4( that he. ns PpecJnl :Mnster In 10: sill at public, or private, sale, the of publication herein, pursuant to the
indebtedness of the Board of Public Ci"han"ttry heretoforeAppointed In fhl"on following. (Ascribed real t'state, In said Hiatuti: ;

Curing Pork ready for smoking, 1 12c. per pound, Instruction of Osceola county, an1 line, will acting under a final decree count, .v. to-wit: .. It Is .thereupon. ordered thnt all pnr1lit . :f >,
Tli N\V> of if S >. 7, Township
Ton of SHI <
*ni "led hvreln-on tho day .person, firms and corporation
Curing and Smoking, 2c per pound. upon an equitable division of the surplus A-uiriist: A. n 1017, offer for sale andiu11 2.t Itiniri'' 21 E: also' RH: S\VKi of i'Inlmlnu" tf have or hold any 'rjirht,
funds that the said board had "n M .public auction In front of the SH'4 and VV/4, of BWM of SK',; S....: 7. title or Interest b\. through or"-under
.
- hand or that was owing to sailboard I Court House door at Kissimmee, Osc.-- TowiiBhlp, 2B .S llnn" i> 21 R : nlno SW'i,. th,<' In..knnvll.., Tnmpa A Key West ,.i j,
out County "Florida between the tarn: of NI'H.' Sec 7, Township 26 S, Kange 1
Bring IM your hogs the day they are killed We will do on the first day of September, hours of .sale on the Rule Hayn 2r.' nml xlKtlnir om"any. under a corporation the law crentpd of- ,I
]1917. October A. n. 1917 namely the Jet day \\ hloh application will be based the State of Florida : the I'ennsyvanla .
the rest. By the unanimous agreement of of October A. II 1917. for cash to the upon. the petition for such sale now en Company for InHurance on Lives and

_.__. ._ __ ___uu_ ___ _._ __ both boards, it was decided to pro rate lands highicat: inCc.oltCounty and best, bidder the, FlorldaLtheproperty following lit Pat'dUCII..t In snld court 2". A. T). 1017.IICVRKTTA. OrantlnK lurntjonexisting Annuities I I -un.ie-e, a* Trustee the Laws-nt a cor-_' ' ..
the surpluson hand in the general : : 11AP) ;
- - - -- of nld respondentsrtnninnirMy the State of Richard K ,
school fund on September 22, 1917 nt the- nrttiwest corner 37-St Admljilstratrli. ',. .' l..nn..yh'lIlla, .
KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE CO. ,, Trll.t..e;
after first deducting all reasonable ol--I.oiUi mock S' oru.J. W. I-llly'" rl"lll.lr.Tlo1' I Leslie r{. Wllklo, May Allp.Vlkl..
'
I Addition to Klaslmmee. run WwneeEast :>OTIK FOII his wife J. M Dresner
indebtedness against said fund and : along!: the South side of .ItughevStreet of the Interior, II. 8. Land riresser. his wife. OI'I.vln. '
Department Fain ,
O O. <.fro >< { < > fr <-> fr** *< *<>** *** also after deducting all amounjts; that 114 feet thence South 100 feetto Ofaov at balneaIllr. Fl. Company a corporation. Robert Investment J. Edward . '

had been paid into said fund for special $nuthllnent14t. : ,2 In snld' .niock.thviicn August I". IftlT. and Francis L.* Chapln, *.
--
I West ai feet to tne noutnwnst NOTICE la hereby given that Peter sole nurvlvlnn(; executors. of the '
. . . . ..o.o. ..... . .o..o..o.o.o.oo..o.. .. ... purposes and not subject to di\i corner of said Lot 2, thence line of North Bald J. Haley of Lnnghman, Florida who. I-nst. Will ano Testament of Jacob
said rata to be based the along the West boundery
sion, pro on on December 22, 1918. made Homestead Bdwarda. d".IH..d Robert J. Es- :1
ratio that the assessed valuation' ofthatpart I Lots I and 2. JOO'I..et to beginning. Entry No. 012329. for BW >4 of wards, .. Kdwardn and Orace M :
of Osceola county 'bears to The Complalnaat la by decree anthoriSed NW'4 and WH of SW'i Section! 10. Edwards, either aa heir at law devisees
RATES I to be a bidder at such sale Township 25 S. Range 27 E. Tallahassee Rrrnntee lewiteen, widows,
EXCURSION
the total assessed valuation of. Osce and to be allowed credit on his bid. Meridian has filed notice of Inten- creditor. Honors, beneficiaries under I ,
oLe county in 1-916. after .paying costs of Court and at- .lon to make Three-year Proof to establish trust or otherwise andCli parties , '
tornejs' fee In cash to the amount claim to trie land firma nnd 4orporations
above deeribedbetnre persons elnlmInic
-
to the books of the
Referring county due him under said .
of the um decreePurchaser
Clerk Clrcut Court an Interest of .
atlsslanmea kind
or rharar-
any : ,
: FROM KISSIMMEE superintendent the following shall pay for deed This < Florida on the 19th day of ter of. In and to the lands. and tenements I ]
lat day of September A I). 1917.
statement was presented for consideration October. 1917.Claimant described In aajd bill, of complaint \
S. H. nUI.IXJCK
name a* witnesses: to-wlt.;
: .
Special Master In Chancery In above i iCftU. B A. Sullivan of Loughman, FI... East' half and northeast quarter of
$44.65 $42,65 .". 88-4t W. T.. Sullivan of northwest -
New York Philadelphia To balance In 8tnt Bank ot Loughman Fla. quarter of section twenty- .
KlBilinmor. Srpt. 1. 1 J7- $10.719.13 KflTlfHCommissioner's B n.' Hancock of Loughman Fla. four (24) ; thirtytownahlp -.' (38), '-
-- '
To KlKRlmmee. lazes C. T. Sullivan of Loughman Fla. thirty-three (33) south
City ctty
for School No. 1____-______ 1,80004 ROBT. W. DAVIS range thirty-two Districts established ,
Cincinnati as 3 -Bt Southwest .1
$50. O Chicago $40,15 Register quarter of northwest
To .
Erneat; Amos c.mpt. July Board of Commissioners 1'
redemption .____.________ SO/ .91 by In the and for Osceola County. Countv. Florida- MtDK.ll or I'l BI.ICATIOV I 'uart..r.southwest and quarter northwest of section quarter thirtyf :

To C. E. Yowell fee.Co.__.8upt-____...examination .... 900 at a regular aesalon. of nald Board four (34). township thirty-five (35) ,
.
$44 40 St Louis To Ernest Amo. Compt.. So. August. 6th 1917 are a* follow: .. C'11'''.'' (...rt. Kcventh Jndlelal Clr.rnlt south, range thirty-four (14) east. :

s v Fla. & Gulf Hy. taxei____._ 441.06 C ._.loole..,.. Blatrtet N. 1 of Florida. I. cad f.r Oaccela AlUof sections(38). towAshlp thirty-four (34) anilthirtysix .
thlrty-.v.
Beginning at the Northwest corner tonnty. .. Chancery. (17) south range thirty-four
d' ickets 31st. m.m.taBy of Township Twenty.flve (IS) South eaat. lying and being In (24)'I the -
On Sale Daily With Final Limit October ; bill payable, note for St. Range Twenty-seven (27) Kast. run- Bnrtow Land A Cnttle c.....,.. n Cor- .lu..te. .. and State ef Florida.
ning thence Southerly and Easterly on _ratlos). y. Jaekoonvllle Tamon do be s>nd appear to complainant's bill.herein .
: ;> Cloud lot -- 1.3M.OOBy the county line to Lake Cypress thence A Key Wrot Hallway to>saa>anr.4'ornerallon. a filed at the office of the Cleric

t', THROUGH SLEEPERS'DINING CARS 1st warrant 11111 outstanding__.Sept.,. 10.1111 along the margin of Lake Cypress to rt a>. Bill t. -*- the center of the canal connecting .<"
Tite. on the first Monday In January A. D.
I By warrant Issued Sept. Srd Lake Tohopekallga pnd Lake Cypresstbenca 1912. the being the 7th day of -
-t VIA for bill. mad prior to Sep. along the center of said canaLto [ sar.
Upon the be
order
tember lit. 1217------------ 3761.20By I tlnth. bill of complaint said month, that this published
Lake Tohopekallga, thence Northerly I heroin to a. provided once each week for twelve (ltconsecutive ) -
Atlantic Coast Line i iStandard amount paid by Kiseimine.city .. along the west margin of aald Lake by Statute. It I. ordered that the d.- weeks prior to the date ')
i a.nd not cubject to dl
Tohopekallga to the center of '
l ytafo ....-....--,.- 1.800.00 Creek. thence following the center Shingle of lendant. the on Pennsylvania Llvea and Company Granting last aforesaid. a newspaper In th* Kissimmee pubU.hed ValleyOasette. ana ,

Railroad of the South Shingle Creek to the county line, I aTrustee, or' general circulation Oloeol. _.
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1 I :' thence West along Bald county Un. to Richard ek N. Wllkle County, Florida. 't
-,, point of beginning.CBaalawlenaea'. and "Ia 8rlotli. wife 3. M. WITNESS my hand and the seal of -
To balance to be divided$8,059.00Both .-,
I For ticket and reservations eU OBu Dresser and hi. wife;I aid Court at Kissimmee. r.orid.this
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. ; W. SMITH J. c. KIRKLAND, boards accepted th* balance 1. 2 Robert 3. DreHer. the day of Sept.mbe. A ;
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D. A as shown in the statement *s the Beginning at a point In the center of Cbasln. aa .01. surviving; executors 3. : I
I KiMimmee. 1 P. Tampa. mount to be divided! and proceeded toro Shingle Township Creek, 9n the 14 and Toyrnahlp. lino dlvldJng Will and Testament of Jacob Clerk Circuit Court Oco1 Cuat,
Townahlp 26. Rdwarda,
1' .'* .... ...... ... .... $ .$ I$$ IOII $ *IIt rate said balance on the.plait al-,,t th.licefUO IDC .Southerly and laatarly Hannah .4"111 deceaaad:and RoAert Grace J., Edwards I ,Ed. .(ClrcutrCourt Seal ..to.1IL 4

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EIGHT THE KiSSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28,1917

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I H O. USE1-l01'D S 'EC1'ALiS. Now is the time to get your ROOMS ready to Rent. I

, -We have everything you need to furnish', them ,with. :'
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Pan, all sizes lOc and up. Wash Basins enamel, 'large" size, 15c Water Buckets, Milk Buckets, Dinner Table Spoons, per set, . 2Sc We have all kinds of glassware, II

Baking Pans all sizes lOc ana 1 15c, '' '6 large drinking glasses 20c
Buckets, and any kind of Bucket you, Crockery Ware. We tare everything ,
r for large 20c Dish Pans, all sizes, 8-qt. size, ,39c need in this. Plates
an extra) one, t can mention at very low prices. you Thin blown glasses, per set, '. 49c
Stew Pans, all sizes, 25c and up. 17-quart size, .. ,,6Oc plain white, per set, . 49
Knives and Forks silver pia'ed, I Clothes Pins 2 dozen for 5c
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8-quart size, .. .. 66c i Plates gold band, per set 85 "

Berlin Kettles, all sizes, . 25c Double Boilers, 2-qnart sae! ,' 39c per set, 9Ocv\\ Cups and Saucers to match plates, Laundry Soap, same, as Octagon,

Larger ones up to 8-qt. size. 60c 4-qnart size, . . 6Oc Tea Spoons, per set, 1 15cKVEKY C. & S., per set, '. 85c 6 cakes for '. . ' 25c



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I j" BAPTIST. CIIlUCU'SUXII''i: INTERIOR IMPROVEMENTSThe f W. II. ARNOLD' ALAN J. MAC DONOUGU I


... SacietyNqtcLPJIrs. C Story Store has beep making ARNOLD & MacDONDUGH
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(\ E; I:. Wells. Edior( .) 11 a, m., preaching, subject, "Ae. shoes they have icceived for thefall, _
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cording! to Ability! trade. The counter has been removed AVE. ... CITIZENS BANK BLDG. .
is made to all of'the Valley Gazette to send items The afternoon will be devoted to an from, u portion of the east side of the I "
Request patrons 'if': loom and! the entire space shelved for z -=-= .
member canvass" when thirt
*t Society Events Jo the Editor for publication in these colums. "e\ery )- this stock. The small tables have been I
six men of the church will make a systematic = rearranged for the more convenient I
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_ canvass of the city. These inspection by the customers another
+-" g. I g I Ii I Ii. V V'V9'H +i++++ .. . . 1111 ...... ... v'iII be divided into twelve groups of table added and a cash/ register has I I "
tl.iee members each. Every member' been installed to facilitate making Fresh Milk' Cows for Sale
.+4a4a '4"a iaaa4a taab4; :C>4r":a FALL MILLINERY OPENINGAT of the church is requested to remain change. I ,

LODGE CELEBKATES : THE BON TON HAT SHOP lit home till the committee has called l" The Story Store is one of the
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HIKTHDAY ---.,.- so the returns of the canvass may be' newer business houses in Kissimmee
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The Bon Ton hat shop presented" agala complete whose rapid growth speaks! well for I '
a appearance Tuesday, when it was At the evening service a full report the city as a business center. : I have several) fresh young Jersey milk
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: i opened to the Kissimmee ladies and will be given of the afternoon'svoik.. I

The Rebokah Lodge celebrated the to those from the nearby towns to Subject of the evening service,."Fu- DEATH OF STANLEY ZEIGLER .: cows for sale. Come early. and get your
inspect the fall and winter hats suits ture Punishment. '
'56th; anniversary Friday night by appropriate and coats. Stanley, the -three-year-old son of 1 I choice. 37 tf
ceremonies at the hall in the The shop-was elaborately decorated.A NAVY RECRUITING STATION -
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Zeigler, died at w. W. CARSON
.Fraternal building. pyramid of palms and gay potted their home in West Kissimmee Monday -
While the L O. O. F. were in regular plants centered the 1"00m. with.. banksof ATLANTA, Sept. 20.-The officerin and was buried in Rose Hill cemetery
session the ladies prepared one of these plants on either .side of the charge of the navy recruiting station on Tuesday afternoon.The .
the delicious spreads for which the. mirrors. At the front window an effective Atlanta Ga., states that the little fellow was ill only two
'lodge is noted. drapery was used in black and navy has about secured its full quotaof Weeks. Everything was' done for the I
Chaplain Thrasher, District; Deputy yellow, and this was repeated in the enlisted personnel and it is very, svrTerer, which medical skill' could devise -I
lluling Vice-Grand McCogkcy and covers of the chair backs and other likely. thij\t\ in the near future he will and loving' hands could execute I 1
Conductor McCoskey'! were hostesses, dainty touches. Quantities of Mare- receive instructions from the navy but to no avail. Friends! and neighbors i I j i CABBAGE PLANTS FOR SALE .
and served sandwiches, ice cream and chal Niel roses und pretty asters Department that only skilled men will l gathered at the home of the bereaved ,I "..N
an added charm to the room. be enlisted. He says that young men I
< .gave parents Tuesday while\ the
cake.No formal program was prepared The hats on display showed many who have a preference for naval'servire pastor Rev. J.; J. Farmer, pronounced j I Three hundred thousand large, healthy Cabbage plants ,:
for the evening, but just a general new toque, shapes which are should come and enlist immedi- voids .of comfort. The sympathy of i :
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good time when many of the guests innly smart this season exceed-j ately'before the office closes down. the community goes out to this desolate Early Wakefield variety, now ready for transplanting, \
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spoke for the good of the order. Kev. elties In odd'hnpes, largo I At present the ratings in :which young home.
l <). B. Falls made a splendid talk on and handsome patterns of gold and men can enlist are apprentice seamen I $1.50 per thousand, F. O. B. Kissimmee. Shipments made "
the "Meaning and Exemplification of silver cloth. Black of course is a I I firemen musicians machinists A ROOSEVELT FAMILY FOR KIS-
the Lodge" and E. B. Morrey sang I leading color with purple and the new I cooks bakers radio operators coppersmiths SIMMEE I every Friday. Address P. O. Box 454, or call at
several sleectiona. lie was accompaned shades called "Tommy Red" and and seamen. Applicants
by Mrs. Brokaw of Orlnntlo. "Jimmy Gr en." Plumes and flowers | should write or apply to recruiting r
About thirty-eight guests enjoyed will trim the dress hats while feathers i stations for further .information Mr. F. S. Pierce and family, being Waters' & Carson Grocery Co. ?
this very pleasant evening including and ornaments will be used on 1 I with a view of taking advantage of nine in all, arrived here last week tK t
a delegation of eighteen members' street shapes. Chenille'will be a favorite I the opportunities offered before it is. coming from Wisconsin to make their ,
'' and in instances'' too late. home in the vicinity of Kissimmee, !
from the lodge at Orlando. trimming some l.
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and are moving into the Turney placeontheySt'Cloud I
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"" .iIJJJ = material i1T THE METIIODIST CHURCIi road,'just beyond the i icemeterypUVe
il +C---: < ''fhCcoa suits on Illpla cludedJ I [are,pleased jo welcomethesel'gaod t ,, Fl/'t -
'4. = jhe lnattyJ Re mlth Marlin ) )., WIll people o ur glorious t, t f r
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p ....", ,,,,,,, ,ILA , 00 I "rough'cloth noticeably; 'hel'long"almost''as'coats- |' long'as.] preuchJatLthetMethodisUChurthlSundayJeveninirJThiswill| bejthellast'time' ; country Buy' According .ell

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dresses were also shown i in Kissimmee this year and all are
Miss Westfall celebrated I
Alpha her cordially invited to hear him at this Alexander Akermun of Macon, Ga.. To Your Purse
sixteenth with her I
birthday a party at hour. I
and ex-United States
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bought
home HETL'KNED PHOM NEW YORK attorney ,
on. Dakm avenue, Thursday I i .Saturday has been named! as ten'acres of land in Park evening. A pleasing program was I :Mis. Minnie Moorc-Willson! has! arrived <- "Work.lft).'' for the Oiphan'a Home i'week, I and m' hnviiu it put in condition 's'
arranged, including musical numhnrs, home from New Yoik City lifter at Enterprise, by the Methodists' for cropping. The price was :. If you can afford to wear high-priced% shoes by all
reading! and games. Those taking I a !stormy oyagc' Florida and all arc requested to contribute $110 poi acre. The sale was made h>' ,
part jn the program were: ;MISSCHKdith Mrs. Willson has! found :New York the amount of tin day's! in- I the Nelson Realty Company. Mr. .:: means wear them, but---
:Miller, Praia :Scli\M-iknrt": nulst interesting during the j summer 1 rDo
I come to this worthy institution Contribution Akcimmi is a warm friend ofIr.: I :S:
Sarah Clark and Alva Forlnor i on account of the military conditions may he brought to the Tucker I who will arrive here about .., .
)Delicious fruit" punch and cakes lof th<" mctiopoliK.! And as !she : church ''o!. not buy Shoes "
i sups | Sunday or handed to either the the! middle of October and) will reside or any. ,
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were served at the do e of the even j "1fecring from" ,n :.uhtnnrmv engineer pastor or :Mis. . J, Wade. Tinker.\ ii the KuKeuhke property on North '
ing. The invited guests included! : a description of the life and vicissitudes I The fourth qunrtely|\ conference of Main sticet."NEW f: thing eUe\: extravangantly.
111 iKesIamie: Pi Hey, Maggie Mu'y of the testing but of American' the )Methodist "liunliill], lie held at s.. e
AlcCrame, Elizabeth LedLicllei, Adah Bulnhuiiiies at the base "somewhere I II I the ,'Ilbll'l'h'undav: wftcrnoon, 4o'clock. : SERIAL PACKS HOUSE 's'
J..ouiseSimpjlon.. Freda Sclnvcikuit in :Ameiicn," by it red-blooded American '( 3::.: We have many styles of Sboes in'this store ranging in
Edith Miller, Esxie In-s, Dorothy I soldier; then the experience of 'I This ,
will he the lust conference\ The ;Mystery of the -pouble Cross, '
Roberts, Dot and Makmson: J an- the mrplajiu huruea as they tell of I I the conference year and as all the the new film series now running at :i: price from *2.50'to 8.00. ,
ctte Pro -att Sarah Clal'k.'orJ'ie Cannon thejr fights, ; then the sailor officers for the .
passenger ensuing year will be the Grand on Saturday night! is attracting .. - -
Lucy Lupfer Trixie ]Bass, Alva whoBe accounts of .
sweeping elected and other
matters general attention and
very important 'packs
Fortner, Harriotte Scymorc Lucy and for mines, ohe of the most dangerouswar attended to,,every member of the the theater at each episode. The ; Plenty of moderately priced good

Ghee Merdice Whidden and Clnrabcl Me- tactics as another war picture church as well as every official is charm t)f pretty Molly King the C Shoes at *4.50, $5.00 and $6.00.
; Messrs. Elmo Griffin Dewey I given b'y an American college man, he urged' to be present. strong support of Leon Barry and I
SumnprJoe'Frank Sears Murray Over- I being one of the hard-working men I Reports for the year will be made' nyctery: of the moked stranger all "i'
J street and and Arnold Edgar Bryan, William ,lof the crew all gave thrills to the by the stewards trustees' Sunday I contribute to the thrills which attract ; : Plenty at *7.00 and *8.00. For those who can afford
Harry
Walter Bass, voya e. 1 I schools, Epworth Leagues, and missionary the movie enthusiasts.
Charlie Ilogero, Verne Wilson, C. H. i :Mrs. Willson'a lasting memory of societies f. them. we have Shoes at $10.00. ,
:Summers Willie Sutton, Dick Bullock New York City is u placard which "I CARD OF THANKS I
Irlo Hronson Raymond Bearden Ar- read: Wanted silt hundred thousand Read our exchange ad. If want :
_thur Gardner, Prator Gilbert, Sheldon sweaters lit once for our soldiers." good Northern for Florida you property I, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Zeigler take .; Buy according to your purseDon't -"
nvichtendahl lohnson.henry Singletary!: Ludolph ,This indicates the necessities for our we can get: you value for what you : this occasion to thank the many ', .." and
and Bert Wells. I khaki boys have here. Nelson Realty Co I friends for their' kind attention rendered stinge- 'waste. ,

Y during the recent illness of their x _
'. .- _..::::... -. little soru tanleyi who passed out into
-- the beyond Monday, Sept.; 24thl i We have .a._ large stock! of the_ latest styles:! in the cele .-;

Friends are greatly to he. appreciated t brated Queen Quality Shoes for women.
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1 Sunday MEN'S afternoon MEETINGNext at 3 o'clockat II H. C. STANFORD. i ,;

There Never Was ,
a Time the Methodist Sunday school rooms

M the ices laymen and a full will attendance hold their is usual earnestly serv- I X "OU KtliakU Shot Dtahn Otctola County" . "

desired. Come out friends and receivea f

it i blessing. These meetings are help 1 o .to t Ot o.oo o..oooooo.
ful and inspiring:

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when, you could not secure a big advantage in your banking affairs Florida in looking to the develop
I ment at the beef cattle industry
through an account here. : should not overlook the building up PLUMBING SHOPS -
of large dairy herds. Perhaps 'no

A financial connection with Bank like this that other animal that can be kept on the
combines liberality
: a ; farm will produce such a steady income FOR SALE '

1 I with conservatism is a permanent credential to those with whom and return -so much fertility to \ .
the soil as the dairy cow.
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you deal. .
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t A temporary embargo has been On account of other interests I am
laid ocfer-\
= on.all exports of sulphur to
It adds to reputation fof .having keen judgment ands
s your a Canada '
pending: an investigation
by ing my Plumbing Shops and Fixtures juj'
4 larger financial responsibility ," this government of the sulphur requirements -

*** .. Establishment.of the Canada American has Military been sale at a bargain. Only exdusive plunW4'

asked to submit an estimate of what ing shop in Kissimmee, and is a good
sulphur ehe will need for the manu '
facture of explosives and for industrial proposition for airy one desiring an"
' 4r miuKsrnsaJca CITIZENS) BANK ,f uses, eepeclally the manufactureof -
newa-printpaper. After both established business.
:. American and Canadian military requirements -

e .. t OF KISSIMMEE' l that some sulphur are met will it be Is expected exported R. L. STARLING Kiss mee Fla.

I to Canada under pedal license for ,
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