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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: July 12, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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LEE PARK COMPANY APPLIES COUNTY GUARDS MUSTERED

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|! known a. the "Lee Park Company" these officers and Messrs. J. M.. Lee authority for the formation of the executive,committee of the.state Osceola County Home Guards were headquarters but an, official: armory. '
has, applied for a charter' and pro and J. Wade Tucker. The company council of defense, and calls on all organizations of the state to fully mustered into>>. service Tuesday"night will now be provided, for
+ poses to operate with a capital stock asks permission to operate the dock co-aperate,with the council. The proclamation is as follows: at the regular drill,,, 82 strong En. "I'rill is regularly observed on Tuesday +:

,; of $5,000. for public and private amusement, to "By''virtue of the authority vested m me by the National Coun- listmtnt papers were signed up, the and Thursday rights of each f
The will cil of Defense through the SecretarY men voluntering for service in the week when Lieutenant Steed" I. in.
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company own operate include musical and literary performances i of War,.I have this date ap
tha amusement dock now nearing a dance pavlllion, a' jJtnic pointed the executive 'committee of the State Council of Defense defense{ of Osceola county for a periodof charge of the ,work assisted by Lieu-'
ttnpletlon at East Lake, on the Rull grounds, roller skates, etc. The will consisting of four men from each of the four congressional districts three years or four months after' tjnanto: Katz and Prentls The men
Baas about whose duty it will be to peace should be declared, if that time have been drilling far several weeks
property, four miles from be some provision for a cold drink bring about complete co-ordination of all,war,
rlcfa. should be previous to three years unless but show falling off in their Interest
Kissimmee and ,little more than that stand and other refreshments. It Is activities in' Fl no
distance from St. Cloud. The of- not their intention "'I therefore sooner discharged by proper and eight o'clock, of each drill,
to operate for as governor, of the state and chairman of this committee authority. '
flecrs elected for the year are: J profit>> but for public and private in order, to bring about intelligent action urge that all ex Preparations are being made to night finds the ..maJorlt7f the population
President, W, B. Crawford< Vice- amusement. Kissimmee has long fisting patriotic organizations of whatever of Kissimmee. down on Broa.iway
name to
f immediately equip the men and an application will to witness .
their execution of
president, E. .L. Lesley; Secretary, J. felt lie need of Just such a dock and ,transfer their allegiance to'this state organization, which Is a branch be made to :
Governor Catts for thennecessary military tactics.
S. Cade); Treasurer, Holmes Prather. welcomes this nearby pleasure resort. of the National Council of Defense, forme4 under a special act of .
supply of from Osceola'hat
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Department.To slow in forming her ,county 'home P'
the nation for winning the war_ V the present time Captain Let guardTt 'is now evident the men will
EDUCATED MEN. WILL 'BE' -"I urge that the officers'of all existing organization Immediately eys' office' ,or that of Lieutenant make up in enthusiasm and "pep" for

communicate with Mr. II. S. Howard executive secretary: of the state':. Steed has answered as company this delay.
council of defense, Tallahassee, Fta., 'instruction( :as to procedure* in .. ..... -
this *work of avoiding conflict and duplication of, effort. .

NEEDED AFTER THE. WAROur "By act of congress, ; the governor of each state, as chairman of CLAYTON PORTER SHOT IN
the state council of defense, is vested with extraordinary' powers and

charged with the duty of co-ordinating all of Florida's war activities. ,

Our country's greatest resource' ; leges and universities for these under, ene.head. i

and its greatest asset .is that glorious youths; and the state needs' them as "It I is, therefore, triy desire that all patriotic people in,the state HONDURAS ON JUNE 10TH

If. group of boys and girls growing experts. The war 'may last for years Irrespective of creed color or race, will cheerfully obey the wishes of "1' .
Iff" from the school room to maturity. yet, and to take away ell the classes the national council: expressed through the executive committee '

f Only the direst necessity should cause from the universities and the farms of the state council of defense; 'Mr. M. 'II. Porter received a letter Caratasca, June 12, 1918,
:; the enlistment of boys under twenty the unfit would- "In testimony whereof 'I ''
except physicially hereby set my hand and seal of thegreat last 'week conveying the sad intelligence Mr. Porter
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(tf Mr. military 'service.: It i is understood a serious disaster. Scholars are now state of ;Florida on'thls the 6th dad iof July 1918.SIDNEY that his eldest son, Clayton, .
that, President Wilson does not wish as necessary as warriors,even though ] J. CATTS who, went to Honduras some> time Dear' Sir:. -
i opposition to enlisting, youths under so many are not, needed. "Governor end Chairman of the State I ouncll of National Defense ago on a hunting'and trapping expedition Ji.. I do, p'ot.know your, address twill t

v! twenty-one, and It has been deferred. If. the age of.service I be lowered to "Attest by the Governor,J II. CLAY CRAWFORD, ,Secretary of State." ,, had. been ,accidetally'.shot and 'take chance of tills letter finding

r., ..., Secretary McAdoo has stated that twenty, the education should be hurried } killed., you.. As..I am very sorry that I haveto
t.\. there a..e'six hundred men in the and the students graduated: at The deceased: would have been fifty inform you ,of the death of your

I j'present: draft">age at work (tn the twenty,. so that they may purseue! ', ... years old next February, and grew son,.Clayton Porter who was at Car*
t treasurery department. Doubtlessa postgraduate studies! ,when they return to young1 manhood at his father's I:atasca. He' was accidentally shot onJune .

!:J like number proportionly 'are quartered from,the war. WOMEN'S MILITARY COMPANIES .. home near,"-.. this city goingfrom 10th and buried June llbh. I'
11\;\" in other departments. They are At present only 10 per cent of the here 'to Punta Cords where he will not write any particulars in' this

'1(' better subjects for service in the men, already registered for,, service ived up to a' short time ago. letter, as I do not know;it will find
trenches than the freshmen' and sophomore -:'J! have been called.. Congress .seems Mr Porter has written to Mr. Hunter you, but in ease it should, I think It
classes in the colleges and inclined to wait and call older men or CONTINUE TO GROW the man'who'Informed him of his will be beet for you to send.someone' .
r and the young farmers in ,the coun- I younger if really needed. If son' death and also to the-British to look after what he leaves here, but

try.There be extended upward to forty or, fort i Consul m.t.Honduras to ascertain- r --riculars. if no' one is coming write and give .
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are me address and I will write full
The Woman'. Home Guards'of but specializing '
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i between twenty-one and forty be created and transported.' The following is the letter which particulars. Let me know as quick
t' or forty-five should be 'called rather Osceola county organized 'to fight and feel that by every stamp boughtby
I A reduction of the age limit to brought the sad news, which'con- as possible. if. this reaches you.
f than the' youths df incompetant 'I twenty would supply some millions the Huns with War Savings, Stampsand .them are so many bullets aimed at twine all the information which Mr. Yours truly, '

11: t ,cation.. edu.1 more.-Only danger of invasion should 'with food* conservation 'continues the_ enemies' liberty. _The: ,total Porter has, .received,'up to the present EDRED HUNTER:
number' '
The demand for educated I stamps purchased by themor '
call for the youths of ele-hteen.-Blr. In popularity and now numbers .time: Caratasca, :Nie. .
wing, the states have fitted mingham Ledger, through their influence, as reported " n_.________________ --------------------_
three companies participating active by the local chairman for the last
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1T SUGAR PURCHASERS MUST Joying military drill as their diver have pledges j totaling $4,600, secured ORLANDO BOY'S GRAPHIC .. -
sion. by Companies A,and B ptKissim ,
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have been slow to recognize The community' spirit is strong
; SIGN APPLICATION-PLEDGER hat the patriotism Which>> a man here and the ladies are not' content : DESCRIPTION OF AIR RAID }

glories by active'service exists 'In with just, a :local' organization but ,. ,; ',;
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'S -- that tho rhythmic tread, of marching of the women power, On Monday Following is an extract from a let was lighted by thousands of the most
No merchantor other person deal' .. feet.and the strains of marshal music a party from Kissimmee, includingD. -written from London Eng, by E. powerful 'searchlights, and the din

ipg in sugar at retail in Osceola LOCAL ODD FELLOWS that fires a man' 'blood and renters G. Wagner and daughter, Miss C. Moore; whole now with the United was awful. Then another lull, then.
t county, shall hereafter sell ;to, any I 'him oblivious of everything but 1 Alice, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pledger SUtes ,Expeditionary Force to a the machines again, then the machine

t consumer of sugar, under the general .. IN. DEMAND I tM love of his country and loyaltyto Mrs. L. H. Ingram Mrs. E. E. ,Wells, friend In'' Orlando,\ and published in guns and of a.. sudden there was a '
,rules' governing the same by the J. L. Overstreet, Distrlce GrandMaster her flag: stirs the pul...-.and voices Misses Amy ,Maklnson and Dorothy the' Morning Sentinel: I flash of fire, and there outlined V'

i Federal Food Administration for 12th District I. O. O, F., an almost irressistable call to the Wells, visited: St. Cloud to, confer "About the only excitement we haveIs against the sky was'a machine on
home consumption (table' use) 'un- and Installing staff consisting of G. mothers and slstera'of these men. with the lades there. They .were met ,when Fritz' cornea to see us, on I fire. Then the question: must I cheer
v, less such merchant or other dealer D. Boone, J. J. Wodall C. F. Thrasher This force exists and if mobolized 'at the St. Cloud Hotel )by: a number moonlight nights. I have forgotten or pray f or Is it Fritz or one of.our
shall first require such customer to and Rev, H. W. Coleman, are in and directed into the proper chan- of the'most prominent women of that bow,many times he's been here since boys Then all, the fir. went out, but
sign a written application therefor great demand at lodge ceremonies of neds even as electricity is set to city. Rev; Bowen, local chairman my arrival, but I think he most have yea. could follow his decent by the k
containing the following information: neighboring Odd Fellows, and wentto work, would become a potent powerIn for the W. S.: S. work and Editors known of my"arrival} for, the first black smoke. 'Then there was a flash
f..., Number, of pOunds of sugar applied Leesburg Monday evening and St. furthering the plans, of the government Triplett and Johnson, were also pres. three nights' we had a visit from him. and'. several searchlights picked up
;, fort number in family including ser- Cloud Tuesday evening, to install the that appeal most directly to ent.The "But the raid of raids 'was the last the falling machine, and ,we'' all
t !Jrtrants who take their meals in the officers elect of each of, said lodges. the home. meeting/ was an Informal one Sunday in May I was just going off breathed a sigh of relief for there

t". home, and a statement that the cus- _____W. .. .B.REV.Wm.J.JOHNSON. -- Osceola county ,is just awakeningto presided over by Mrs. Edd George.D. duty at 11 p. m., when the warning was the black cross, painted on hit
L fomer agrees not to attempt the purchase D.D.. LL.D. this possibility, but so rapidly are G. 'Wagner' county"chairman of went out, and it gives you a funny,, wings, and not the circle of red,white tt
of sugar in excess of three the women falling into line that tho the W. S. S., gave the ladies a reportof eejjng) around your stomach to hearIt and blue, so we, knew that .one.more
pounds per month, per capita, for TO SPEAK HERE SUNDAY time; seems not far distance when the status of Osceola's quota now, for you know that there.are goingto German was finished.. Then there a
!i table use. MILTON, PLEDGER every woman who desires to aid the then pictured what their organized be a few more women and children was another flash as the fire,caughtup
,:' Food Admlnistriton Osceola County. Dr. W. J. Johnson one of he Secre- government in this crisis will enroll effort would mean in putting the JHed.[ They send up maroons, as 'a again, and we could see the small
f' w. ..s._..__ aries of he Presbyterian Board of her name in one of ,the companies of county "over the top" next January. warning. They go up with a bang, black dots leave the machine as the
WATCH FOR CITRUS SCAB Temperance, will speak at the Presbyterian the Home Guards Milton Pledger, fcod administrator very much like a cannon and if you t'men .in 'It' jumped. All of us

Late bloom is apt to be'attacted by church, Sunday.In 'The line 'of defense chosen by these was warm In: his praise for the hurry. and look out, you will see it explode who were outside and saw' it started
citrus scab during the rainy season. a recent letter to Dr. Charles adies was the one which seemed to home defenders and stated it sal his ,.and throw out the different colored running and cheering,' forgetful of 1
, t t Owing to unusual conditions which Scanloh, general secretary of the need their co-operation most, the belief that if he could have their' cooperation lights ,very much like a skyrock hrapnel _and bombs, and. we caught,
obtained this year there I U ,a great Board of Temperance of the Presbyterian I Thrift Stomp'work, though the subject from this time on till we et. Well, I went on,down and caught up with several- hundred or thousand
deal of late, and especially June church Phillip Yarrow superintendent I of food conservation tfs neverto win the war, that the county could do mycar,:and,as,we.,.crossed the_riverwe people all running'' to bee Fritz at
bloom. July Is the critical period of the Chicago Federation -: be lost sight of and should neces- anything she undertook could see the flash, but could not close quarters. And I'ins afraid there'
."' ,for'this bloom and unless somethingis ..ays.I'Billy Sunday may burst i tty arise, the food administrator of Mrs. E. E; Wells, commanding officer hear the reports of the guns away would have been a mad scene if those:
done 'to check the scab, the crop off more buttons in his booze sermon. Osceola ocunty will find the crys- of the companies, explained the out in the edge of the city, so we three Germans had not been killed,by" .
:. will be' reduced materially in some Captain.Hopson may use more chemistry tali zed strength of nearly three' hundred details of the organization and' the knew that he was here. We got off the fall
sections. I in his address Wm. J. Bryan households solidly back of 'any plan of operation then appointd,fn. at the 'subway station near home,';and "Before the military pot there I had
,II. E. Stevens plant pathologist to may have more polished rhetorical direction he may find necessary to Edd George, <:captain of Company C. there were thousands of*women 'and gotten my'souvenir from'the machine z 1
the University of Florida Experiment, periods, but the address 'of Dr. W. J. make. r When the enrollment begun practically children in all kinds of dress (and undress and would have 'gotten ,me. an iron
t' 1 Station, recommends two thorough Johnson the most effective ever delivered The Guards, are pledging themselves everyone present pledged support ) going ,down Into the subway cross, but was a'little too slow, and

sprayings with a 3-3-50 bordeaux on a Chicago" platform or any' to patriotic, service; in general of the, move. for,safety, and all the time the guns got caught and had to give it up.; But
other
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\ -mixture to'control the disease 'during platform. .. were getting nearer and nearer, un. the> German who had It would not(have
- this period. The .first spraying Dr. Johnson on a speaking tour FOURTH OF JULY PICNIC and was a "bone dry" 'affair-no evidence ill standing In from off the subway any'.use for ,it where he had gone, so
should beVgiven the ,first of July and including .Camp Johnston and other On I of drinking disorder occur you could see the schrapnel bursts in I[ saw, no harm taking it if I could,. ;
Thursday of last week the
the'other about the middle. If scale campa to and cantonments and stopsoff Fourth of held annual ing to mar., the festivities. the air, and there was one continuons ha, ha,'.'besides: he had''several other
picnic
this July
spend period with Dr. was
BMoW. roar of mixed with the occasional medals on He evidently
Increases after the bordeaux- used I HMMSMHIMVBB B lV (B kl mSM H Bt guns anyway. wet,
they may' be controlled by ;some of Witherspoon church., the:'pastor of the ",Presbyterian at shore the of regular Lake grounds Hatcheneha on the which north I NEGRO SOLDIERS' HANGED dull roar of 'a bomb as some a somebody. in Germany, from :bU
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the:; contact insecticides. Ammoniacal ,. I FOR ATTACK ON WHITE GIRL poor devil', house'was .hit. uniform.'
attended .
There'wiD be by'more than hundred
not was
I' any fee;chargedfor a ,
Then we could hear the double buzz "Well
:.. solution of 'coppercarbonate: be ,they came relays; As soon
'used !( bordeaux Is not available may the: privilege of hearing Dr. people, all sections: the county 'Camp Dodge la- J yTbree of the propellers of Frits' machines as'one bunch had gone another bunch
Johnson being
'' speak, and a -cordial invitation ,represented.,, soldiers all from Alabama and the single buzz of machines would '
.bot-aD'' additional spraying may be negro our come over;.and they dropped
required if the ammoniac. solution him.is extended' to ,the public to hear A bountiful picnic dinner, IneludIng were convicted: by courtmartial oi after him; then in a lull of?the big number of bom...., f went out to see: ,

-'PS .used The same .spraying will also .. w... I .,fresh fried fish,,.was. enjoyed' by "assaulting and outraging" a seventeen guns we" .could'bear' right over' our' ((Continued.on page 4)
r 'to control the assembled crowd who,lata in th6 old white girl on the beads the rattle of machine j------ -- - - -
:: NIp mehuiose in tho&e'grove Mr. and Mrs. W. B.. Maklnson.Missea" year cantonment guns =
*. where pruning, ,* ha not' been Amy'and"' Dot;. motored to Tampa- Jim afteinoon.adjourned' to the home of ,ground, May the"24th, were Then the heavy gun' started and LINOTYPE TROUBLE C 1 l
done.. :" M. M.. JAVENS on Thursday of last week with. Nelson Hancock Here all hands engaged hanged hare today, in the presenceof drowned ont; all this, and the falllnj If, the readora pf the. Gazette"are
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-- dancing;'which' lasted through virtually-tbe entire division.'Three pieces of schrapnel were bourtdng allover '
County Agent. their son, who entered the' naval out not satisfied with the'JlAPer' bit week:
w... service.'He 'has enlisted in the Naval l the nf&bt-'and; next morning all negroes and one white soldier.feinted tbe.treetL\ : Then the ;.signal 'chf-rge It 'up to 'a'.
E.'ir Reep:rnd son,:'Cad'Left, yea Resenre-and wW be 'stationed at Key wended tired ,, their ways .to' their': homes, when. the traps: were sprung. lights set :our machine,, would goon balky Ijpe '1Da lIl.... ''Much, interesting -
rdaJ"fOl''Crab': Orchard, KyVwherespend e t.Th.. .,.remainder. of.the "partyve'tnrned ,' but happy; This.1.reputed to . W. B... to signal the gunners 'on the "grouni matter WILl left out of tMt. ,
hay ,be \ the, most enjoyable: gathering F.. Hill of-NU'CIOOIIIeei; that
W. spent
they were firing at their
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:tb.ywII ,the- summer., home" Thursday night.., ,, 'ownmachines issue because 'of ;machine: Uwet'
-. ,- : ever held.J, In that community j yesterday: in town on business.>> -,' and, all-:the',time:the ; kj::7 right at the lost,: ;'t: :: .

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'.. '. .', '" The Federal Trade.Commission in its recent report on acid the necessity paying two or three times the form:1, /:1\\

I'' war. profits., stated that the five large meat packers have ,er'prices for live stock, has" required the use of two or Ii

been profiteering and that they have a monopoly of the three times the ordinary amount ,of working capital .': ,

market.: The additional ''profit makes only a fair return on this, ", -i.
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I and as has been stated, the larger portion of the'profits earned has been ;.l,a l rr'
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y1 \ used to finance huge stocks of goods and to provide additions and improve ;;.

t; . ''r' concern not only to those engaged in the meat packing ments made necessary. by the enormous demands of our_ army and navy"f .,. ..

: business but.to'e very other citizen of our'country. and the ". ," :

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;. ::: statement that the packers have a monopoly is unsupported , (' .'

by the facts. If you are a business man you will appreciate the significance of these . '. ,j i:.
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facts. If you are unacquainted with business, talk this matter over with \ :,' !, ,tl,:.

;' . The packers mentioned in the report stand ready to some business. acquaintance-with". your banker, say..-and ask him .to. compare ,'...' :"' .

prove their profits. reasonable. and necessary. profits" of the packing industry with those of any other large industryat : '<''I'.

the present time. .:.'\ ,,:;,'"
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dustries. Any cltiizen, who would familiarize himself No evidence is offered by the Federal Trade Commission in support of the. '://iJi" ., .;

with its details must be prepared for large totals, statement that the packers have a monopoly. The Commission's own ,'. .-

report shows the large number and importance of other..packer: '
profits
The report states that the aggregate of four large

; packers were $140,000,000 for the three war years. The packers mentioned in the statement stand ready to prove to any fair. ,; .,,:r. '

minded that in keen competition with each other and that 4 \
person they are . :;;;r
This sum is compared with $19,000,000 as the average : ; I.
have manipulate prices. '.c...'t{ ,:
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.". annual profit for the three years before the war, making I ""I./,>"

it appear that the war profit was $121,000,000 greater If this were not true they would not dare to make this positive statement.' '.:'.:> !"

than the pre'.wllr ,', .
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tf ;. } This compares a three-year profit with a one-year profit in the report account for only' about one-third of the meat.business ,r'.: ); J' ,

-.:.a,manifestly 'unfair method of comparison. It is not of the country. " \,/.'' '

only misleading but the Federal Trade Commission apparently .

has made a mistake in the,figures themselves They wish it were possible to interest you in the details of their business.

F r ; Of how, for instance they can sell dressed beef for less than the cost 'of '
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' The aggregate three-year profit of $140,000,000 was story of the method of distribution throughout this broad land, a*. well a*

-' earned on sales of over four and a half billion ,dollars in other countries. *

:- '..:; '. j" ', : It means about three cents on each dollar of sales--or a .0,, ""J"';';"' , "j".,".-...,'. i) ,

SF f3.$" < mere. fraction, 'of a cent per pound, product..'U'tJi';<';:''r 4"'t" ::: P 'j The five packers mentioned feel justified in co-operating with each,otb'er. t
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},4 ,; upon such small margins. of profit. need; they have met all war time demands promptly and completely and
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: lization, to endure these suffering BUTTER FOR THE NAVY, St. Johns County's Potato Crop. GIRLS! ITS YOUR. .4
. and death in all its fearful battlefield A comparative report of the 1917 :
r.. I' THE SIN OF GERMANY I forms TBecause Butter for the 'navy Is being Inspected and 1918 Irish potato crop in' St. STEP THAT ATTRACTS 1 _
William the Johns County has been furnished the
and
accursed by dairy manufacturing specialists
Says women' pay too much' heed tY
all University of Florida extension divis to
Germany-not the lead- of
military of the department agriculture '
All oar business and domestic life which was to be one of the Ind'emnltiel en only, but all Germany set out on to insure a uniformly high ion.In their face instead of ,"
:, r has been upset; all our fond anticipations to be paid by England.The a prearranged campaign to murder quality for men In the service. In\ 1917, from 12,000 acres, a total their corns.
> '' for the future of loved ones whole world has thus been millions in order to enrich themselves this work, greatly enlarged since the of 608,000 barrels of potatoes, were "Watch ;tp
1 must now be supplanted by the ever- turned into a mighty ; by. looting the world.< war, there are 60 specialists inspecting harvested bringing into the countyat your A brisk, lively
present realization of their ..danger. have been killed 'and millions have These the output' of 90 creameries in market price. $4,560,000. step js what charms more than a
i ''their certain sufferings and their pos been maimed; the blind, the armless, these murderers these looter., various parts at the country. Only In 1918, from 18,000 acres, 960.000 lovely skin, but your high heels have
sibl..death and anguish are the legless1 will soon be in evidence outragers, destroyed woman- barrels and sacks were harvested.This caused Corns! and you limp a little. ;
; borrow is
i-" everywhere, the nation is in turmoil, all over our land, as they are in England hood,civilians slew (hostages, shot down innocent the best making grade this of butter.cream More acceptedfor than "ran about 6 per cent of No. S'. That's bad. girls, and you know it,,
w land of has been suddenly and France and Italy. ( to protect themselvesfrom leaving about 95 ,000 barrels ..andsacks Corns destroy beauty and grace,:be' '
peace the soldiers of the Allies sl I* and a half million pounds of butter' sides .. .
placed corn aro
transformed into a war machine; the Millions have died of hunger and will be inspected during the sea of marketable potatoes. Their very easy .to remove.'
toll of death steadily hundreds of millions have felt the women and children in advance of market value, according to best avail Rid your feet of every corn by aok-
dally grows son, and most of'it'will be packed in
their fighting line, poisoned wells, ing at drug store for .
< longer and .soon will be doubled ana pinching power of an ever-decreasing lacquered tin containers in order to able figures, was $1,629,000. Altho any a quarter ,
disease all for the of
spread an ounce .freezone. This
food hundreds of millions purpose the for 1918 was increased will cost
quadrupled and requadrupled; sorrow supply; of their{ preserve its quality for as longtime A acreage little but is
making predetermined sufficient to
25 that of 1917 and the remove every
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and breaking hearts are everywhere. have for nearly four years lived in percent over
and suffering agony of heart as by day and by plan.of "frightfulness" their greatest as possible.IV. yield was Increased. at least 20 per hard or soft' corn or callus from one's
all this
>' And why sorrow. .weapon to make nations trembl4 be- s 9. feet. .*--
cent the 1918 did not sell foronehalf
d
their strained for
night crop
ears are ever
1 why these breaking hearts, the dreaded ,word of the death of fore the very though of arousing HOW ANY GIRL CANHA.REnY the amount the 1917 crop. A few drops aT.lied directly'upon
why this; awful" toll of death andhfdls-- some loved one. German bostility. And all this for This is explained by the factthatthemarket a tender, touchy corn relieves the
-..- their'own personal enrichment and : EYES soreness and coon the entire corns
for 1917
., was strong :
.nee use Germany for the agg'rand- For'.years cur allies endured hor- planned out for many years.. thraout the season and No.very 1, 2 and 3 root and all,', lifts right out with tit
i neat'.of 'its autocratic despotic hors surpassing the wildest flight ofDante's At last, thank God, America is 'No girl is pretty if her eyes are potatoes-averaCed 7.60 a HI'NI'The pain.This
rulers and for the'wealtk to come imagination as he picturedthe awake, and never again.will it slumber red, strained or have dark rings. 1918 crop of No. 1 and 2 potatoes avenged freezone is a rummy' substance
from looting the world, for :years deJIDIteIT Inferno and day after 'day, until those who have created this ONE WASH with pure Lavoptik eye only $2.75 a barrel and the which dries instantly and simply
planned to turn this peaceful' month after month from their bleed- hell on earth have paid the full penalty wash will 'brighten the eyes .and a No.8'..could\ not be marketed at alL shrivels up tho corn without inflmn- .
'_WGdd Into a hell'of.wo*. Cold-blood ing hearts went forth,the never-ceas of their crimes. week'. use will surprise you with its w. s. e. i ing or even irritating tie surrounding
... ing : "How long, ch Lord, how Jesus skin. : IS
r ._. tfcese-murderers eat about .their cry And said- INCREDIBLE results.A small bottle 'Monthly magazines to be sent- to
pfavs* far.a war.upon their neighbors, long will"America- sleep on in. fancied "Ye serpents, generations. of'vi- Lavoptik often makes eyes soldiers and sailors should_ not be Women must keep in'mind that 4",., .;
::Cud. been des- security? pers'how can ye escape'the damnation healthy, sparkling and vivacious.;The more than two months old, according cornless,fet create"'a youthful step I'(
*r.t'C/fI'Il8ILtheT: 'the sea and And'why' have our"allies thus suffered Of belL" : quick change will please you. Alum to, the Post Office. Department; and which ,cnh-nees' her attractiveness.-:
esdgaer AnMriea." They, even plan- and why most we now give our RICHARD H.; EDMONDS,. inum eye-cup. FREE. Central Drag weekly publications 'should be. not I '' : ..... 1- '
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''THE MATTER OF VALUATION ''chahu'7bead

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I Ugh Calomel Sickens; Salivates! SOLELY WITHIN ASSESSORS


:Q ? Please Try Dodson's *Liver Tone JUDGMENT AND DISCRETIONThe


Attorne7Generat"has advised Ion. of law that the County Assessorof
i IT am sincere! [My medicine does nol upset liver" th'' Governor,that a county Tax Ascessor 'Taxes Is to assess all property
1 is not bound by any agreement both personal and. real, at its full
rind bawela BO you'lose a day's work entered into bet-wen the Tax Com cash, value, as may be determined by 411r1UtL
j don and the Tax Assessors of the hint "to the.best information he can
T r "II. 'J... State, in making up Ibis ascess'ment obtain" as to personal property and -
I 1. Calomel loses you a day! You. druggist sells for a few cents a large roll. But, on the contrary, tho mat "ascertain bp personal i inspection ,. / r
E". know what calomel is. It's mercury bottle of Dodson's; Liver Tone, .whichis ter of ''valuation Is solely within,his where not already sufficiently acJ
,, ; quicksilver Calomel is dan. entirely vegetable and pleasant to judgment and discretion, except in so quainted. therewith" in the. case of
,. gerou It crashes into sour 'bile take and is a perfect substitute'for far as it may be reviewed by the lands.
', : like dynamite, cramping and sickening calomel. It is guaranteed to, start County Commissioner, unless an Section 23 of said Chapter 5596
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I, > you. Calomel attacks the your liver without stirring you up abuse of such discretion is affirmatively provides that the assessment roll
' bones and should never be put into inside, and can not salivate. ' made to appear. shall be complete on or before the
l r; your system Don't take calomel I It makes you The .opinion arose in response to a first Monday in July, in 'every year,
" When you feel bilious,' sluggish, sick the next,day; it loses von a day's request from the Governor on a com "on which ''day such Assessors shall uwu"t
' constipated and all knocked out and work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens plaint filed with him by the* Tax meet with the Board of County Commissioners
::1 believe you need a dose of dangerous you right up and you feel great. Commission/ alleging the failure of at the Clerk's office .
;:J t\1 calomel just remember that your Give it to the children as well. the Tax Assessor, lIon. E. B. Eppes, for hearing complaints and receiving
V I of Leon county,--to comply with certain testimony as to the value of any Back the Government
' requests Qr instructions by the property,rreal and personal, as fixed
, Get Your Job Printing From the Valley Gazette Tax Commission. The opinion is as by the County' Assessor of Taxes, of I

follows t perfecting, reviewing and equalizing to the Limit
i . June 26, 191$. the assessment .". 4 S
Hon. Sidney J.. Catts, Governor, Tallahassee Section 24 of: said Chapter '5596
Fla. provides that "The Board of County The Government has asked American business

: Dear Sir:-1 am in receipt of your Commissioners shall have full powerto to pursue a certain course for the duration ,
State-BalIk letter of the 24th inst enclosing- equalize the' assessment( oif the of the war. ,
communication 'from Messrs. J. V. real e.tate.or. personal property' In !
Burke and R. Patterson, Tax Commissioners their respective counties, and for Keep quality up and prices reasonable,' '
making:complaint against$ that purpose may raise,or lower' the . :....
. of Kissimmee Hon. E. ,B.' Eppes, Tax Assessor of value, fixed by the County Assessorof -A 8trictly.non-profiteer1n policy. -
Leon county, and, note that you desire Taxes or''any; particular.piece of ; my opinion upon the question in real estate, or item, or items of personal
1 : The of the world volved. property." It Is the policy this company has always'

eyes "We have today examined the .The complaint presented to 'you by adopted ,and the one we will: continue to '

; assessment rolls than, are being: the Tax: Commissioners, against ,the pursue. , eWe
prepared by Mr. E. B. Eppes Tax County Assessor'of Taxes of Leon
;: are on the man whoSAVES Auessor'Leon' 'county, and. notwithstanding county, appears to have as' its basis stand ready'' to, undergo any sacrifice ,
the fact that we Lave( requested the alleged failure of the'Tax: Assessor in order to cooperate 'with the Government.
hint repeatedly to make his to assecs tho real prpperty of
assessments -conformity with the Leon county in accordance ..with ,an We believe. it is best. for ourselves -
understanding; and agreement, entered agreement of the' Tax Commission, / >
I' into between the Tax: Assessors. the' Tax Assessor and the Boards of We know. it is best for our, country., .

Board. of County Commissioners of County Commissioners of the several We appeal to all concerns-big and small-
the Strte aid the Tax Commission, counties -of the State, which, as I un- to adopt the same policy. -
we find that he is failing to do so. destand, in effect was to make assessments .
s lIe has stated to us emphatically on .fifty per, cent valua American business must rally as a'unIt 'to
i } that he will not make any dhanges tion.The 'the support of the Government., "
of consequence upon his fast year : action of the Tax Commission, :
f p .p''AUSE for; a moment, young man, assessment rolls-which assessmentis Tax Assessors and Boards of County It is the surest and quickest way to win the ,-
entirely' out of 'proportion to that Commissioners in entering into suchan war.
t I t 'and give a thought, to self., The ,of other, counties in the State, : agreement had no' foundation in .- <
' "The real estate valuations beIng , law and was in conflict with the specific -
problems that 'confront you now, ort placed upon the best lands of provisions of. law vesting the United Stat Tires

will a few hence. Leon county are less cn an average discretion in the Tax Assessor to fix z .
t years
I than twenty-five'' ((25)) por cent, poet the valuation of property, both Teal J, .'

Look about yon-the men of affairs in ,conatry, state nation. sibly, of the real value, and are very and personal, in the manner providedn are Good Tires
! yes, in the world, are the men who started te save early ia life. much below tho value placed on landsof > the provisions of law hereinbeforeset ,
! -- similar character:: in other countiesof out, and so far as such agreementis
They have the respect sad confidence of the community. the State. 'It' i.' unfair to the taxpayers concerned a failure to abide thereby .*o,4 CarlNobep"' in other counties to allow this ,'would not Involve the Tax Assessorin 0'
, Thea look on the other side-at the fellow who speed all they value to be pheed, on property In 'any legal way, The law providesfor ,
4 I t make-the,'may have a feed tine for a while, bat what doss their Leon c county especially.' when we an assessment at full cash value, ,

j., f personality, reflect consider the fact ,that a very large and the County Tax Assessor is vested
proportion of the taxes paid in other under the law, with judgment to
A dollar er se deposited la this bank will be the exercise 1
in
r Bounties of the State is expended on determining .ueh'valu...
ncleu of -honorable, iadepeadeat career. institutions. located in the city of Under the provisions of our Supreme
Make your beginning BOW. oda,. Year bank Tallahassee and'Leon county. Court, the presumption that those
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pave way. i- that ' take such administering the law have
"We ask
'''' 'r' ' t ,' !,- <> s:( V" : ; you stepsat properly. r..., .
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""i e've'rJ' earliest moment possible discharged their duty'and without i "
1. : ; ; 1100,000.00 '
.. .!.10. ,t. CapitaJ.ItKkf.u""g&: : ;.600,000.00. \\i')' 'to have:'.this \'.'condition remedied. misconduct until the ;, contrary '*app:: \i';:i 'M s 1}'t 1t6L.s, :; ". 'i.,: \ : . ,eWe
Whatever action taken should be immediate pears. See Montgomery State 53
v. know. United States Tires are Good Tires. That's'why we:
Officers and Directors as the roll of assessment is Fla. 115.. .
;' S now being mrde, and action, shouldbe In the case of, Tampa v.. Kaunits, aeUtheLUPFER.'Q .
C A.,CARSON. President' M. KATZ and E. L. '
V-P.
LESLEY taken before the work goes fur- 39 Fla.:683, it I. held that an Assessor PRATHER
ROMA THOMAS.Cashier I ither and Vho time for completing the cannot delegate the exercise of '

N. C. BRYAN; N. B. CARSON, M. KATZ. work grows shorter", his official, discretion in making the 'MACH BROS.
# C. A. CARSON, H. FLEMING E. L. LESLEY The law upon the subject as it relates assessment.. ---
J. WADE TUCKER. Director. to,the duties of the Tax: Assessor Therefore, when the County Assessor
is found in Section 6 of Article of Taxes fixes, in the manner pro

VIII of the Constitution, and Chapter vided by law, the valuation of real FOR QUICK SALE OR TRADE
_- --n 5596, Laws of Florida. and personal property, he is presumed ,
Section 6.of Article VIII of the to have properly performed hi.dutY' .
+ C. A. CARSON. President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary Constitution provides for a County and exercised his official discretion Five Passenger BUICK. TOURING CAR,-Model C-.37; first class '

Assessor of Taxes, and provides that to the best of his judgment.The condition, Tires new, will sell at a bargain for cash .r will trade for
ir The Waters & Carson the powers, duties and compensation: complaint as contained in the '
tit' shall be provided by law. letter 'of the Tax Commissioners, second hand Ford. Not particular as to 'coadition of Ford, u 1want

Chapter 5596, above mentioned, above quoted, sets out what they to use same for Track. If you mean business, address
provides in Section 12 that tho County think is an'error:;of judgment on the

Grocery Company ' Assessor of Taxes, with the assistance part of the Tax Assessor of Leon Box No. .178 St. Cloud Fla.
of such assistant assessorsas county in which valuations upon the : ,.
may be nominated and appointedby real property of said. county but under 118-4& sChamberlain's
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in the County Commissioners, shall the law the Tax Assessor, Is the w
between the first ,lay of January and only] officer vested with this duty;andas At
he first day, of July ,in each year, I understand the law, not until the Table FLIES NEVER BOTHERIn
GROCERIES ascertain by diligent inquiry the Board of County Commissioners meeton These tablets are intended (Iespe. the summer flies worry an 'an!*
daily for stomach troubles, ..l1ous.ne. mal Get a bottle of Farris,Healing
names of nil taxable his the first in July
in Monday .
persons as aBoard .. and constipation. If you have Remedy-costs but, 60c-makes '. i'
,county, and all of their taxable personal ol, equalizers, (does the law provide any troubles of this sort, give them a pint worth $2.00. Apply it to the a '
l and real estate property th1're. for any review of his JudgmentIn trial and realize for yourself,what a, wound., Flies ,will not bother it. You
y .i. . . . . . . .' .. .. 0 . . . .._ . in, on the first day of January of the matter of assessments of,prop first class medicine will do for you., may need it tomorrow. We sell''It-.
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They only cost a quarter. Waters ''' Carson Grocery"Co.
WE SELL wE BUY. such yoar, t.nd shall make out an assessment erty. i
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roll of all such taxable In my opinion, the above' quoted -
HAT' proPerty communication from the -members' of
,e '. Section 13 of said Chapter 5596, the Tax'Commission does not specifically
GRAIN, .. ... FURS ; .j.i I ,.. provides that the Tax Arcessor shall set forth that the said Tax: Assessor The only way ''to be safe

FERTILIZERS'f! set down in the assessment roll, in lion. E. B. Eppes, has abusedhis ,
'M. ,*'i WOOL t | separate columns, to the best Infor.matlon discretion under tho law In assessing safe
SHINGLES proverb says. that the only way to be Is never 1 1i
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he can obtain.' t "the full property in Leon county, ,THE '
the
AND secures But that proverb was made before
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ORANGE BOXES cash value of the personal property Florida. ,
ALL . owned by or to bo taxed to such person Respectfully submitted Two Hartford began' to offer their .complete,, insurance. ,
ORANGE WRAPS ... as provided by law,", VAN C. SWEARINGEN protection. ;
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e VEGETABLE CRATES. ,. COUNTRY. Section 18 of cold Chapter 6896 ..Attorney-General.... If you have fire Insurance policy,you have wisely! guarded; ."
"" ,. ': .' >RODUCE provides Chat "all personal estate w. s.- against one source of loas,.but there are many others which ,
CRATE NAILS liable to taxation, the valuo of which KISSIMMEE GIRL COULDN'T :much -- w''
might loss fire. The
cause you as as a j.
t . not under STAND CLOTHES TO TOUCH HER 'c .
. . 0 ... . ... . . 00t" ... .". . .,. . 'oath shall have been specified estimatedby 'c '7
> as aforesaid, shall bo bottle of INSURANCE Service
'Myfather got me a :
:We sell field and garden seeds of aU loads. :. : ,the County Assessor. of Taxes, at Mayrs .Wonderful Remedy for stomach . \ -
Wi give special attention: totting out hunting and camping parties. Its cash value, according to the best trouble and I am feeling so much OF THE
f 'Free delivery,in city limits. Thone No. 12. i Judgment and information, and his better since taking it. My stomachwas

We are county agents for good fertilizers.. Ask.a for circular and obis:? failure by neglect: or refusal to make clothes so to painful touch I me.couldn't"' It is stand* simp'e my, HARTFORD
's: 'on. fertilizers. (U., S.-Food Ad.aaIaIatraIio.1Jceuo. No. G-Z2092)', such estimate shall be a cause of suspension harmless preparation that ,ref noa
lt by the Governor." the catarrbal mucus from the intesti-
possible contingency. We
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nal tract and allays the Inflammation .
Section 20 -of, said Chapter 5596
;,' For' .."...tloa Co"- Tptm UTK3I LTTB which causes practically all stomach, would like an opportunity toozplaln
gaiouseiasJdit ,aIow ctiaclirer.is the cause provide that'.Thai+j'County ,Assessorof .
including '
liver and intestinal ailments, ,
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r--to active and. shall1 you '
Taxes ascertain by- personal .
One dot will convince t
!fcff-eent'bottle el appendicitis. !
tr/eae the '
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,WITH fWSN. A..Liquid IJVBI PILUaaIn Cal. ,inspection wh.re'Dot already sufficiently or money''refunded. J. Z. Boberson D.d ,
take. eomWMdwith other ....: acquainted therewith,'the value ,'druggist.. WAGNER -
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). 'cine Ce.manufaacaree* of u.w..tdoftot*'_orlll'lPe. value, .. In England they Ban "Every shlllIngr e
cash ,, Cubans ;
Daeq MID $TO.1, foil : wasted. stabs a soldier In the Bask BId,,:.; Kiuisuaee ..
.kQntda'/ and, .Gwve's. Tasteless,, ... ....... 01 a C>>dlToale." ?', It.app ari. ,bobolabo+ }pro vis- ,back." '
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'.fOUR \i; THE klSSIMMEE VALLEY.GAZETTE.: FRIDAY.. JULY/12., 1918frlSSIMMEE ,

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VALLEY One of the moat impressive moments BUILDING CIRCLE., Inr of musical and literary performances I '
V GAZETTE plcnlo rounds, dancing pavilion CHILDRENNOEXGEPtlON Classified Advertisement'WANTED ..:
of the meeting wa the observance The Building Circle of the First" bath houses, roller coaster
of the silent for and -similar amusements! the sellingof
our Baptist
prayer Church and their friends
e cool drink and refreshments ana -
r.*>...... EverFrlesTa soldiers and those of Franc which ] for these purposes the acquiring and -+Bewing, any'kln4.. Price
were pleasantly entertained
m..a.._ Valley G.fte Ce>*s***>y very maintenance of land., buildings and In KI..lmmee.. Elsewhere Youth reasonable and satisfaction a-uaran*
.....__ P1.rla.IJ marked the sounding of the sfix Monday Afternoon by Mrs. Elizabeth personal property. > and Ag Suffer Alike From teed. Mr. J. M. Rouse, 810 Sumner
O'clock whistle. Mrs. J. A. Barclay Article III. AU resident or the Street 10'lt
Waring and'her' sister, Mrs.JIm Grif-
County of Osceola shall be eligiblefor Kidney Weakness.
... W. .. Uarl lo .--...*atB. . read a War Time'Prayer and the program fln, at' the home of the former onMain regular jnembeshlpi, upon electionby WILL TRADE) or exchange. city prop..
O.,, \mmrn A....., Secretary "America." the Board of Director hereinafternamed erty for country property etoolc
was concluded with street Stockholders of any kind. B. C. Miller. ltf
.. IIbei4 or by the at any Is child weak, frail pale?
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/Wpbs.) your jar
committee has regular meetingand the
The. work of this upon payment '
No formal
program was arranged of the required membership fee. No control over the kidney's, action FOR 8ALB-One heavywork horse y
.. ..*.. ... been thoroughly and systematical!; I etch adding to the.good time by con- The Association shall have the power harness and wagon, CHEAP. 8TOU11LUMBER
OB Copy. One Tear__._____|I.O performed this season and a special : to require all members to pay such COMPANY. 17-41
0.. ''Copy 81 1 %(Mnnttim-..___r-4-r 1.00 'venation and Jest, and the afternoonwas Initiation and annual fee as may be Kidney weakness 1 II a serious thing.
OB Copy. Three Montb............ .TAll meeting will be called by the chairman concluded with Hooverized refreshment Axed by the By-Laws. FARMERS-Send today for a free sam
Article IV. This corporation\ .shall Far too serious to overlook.It pie copy of the Florida Farmer and
should any emergency arise Iwd'orethe ,, consisting .of luscious exist In perpetuity. Stockman, published at Jack.onville.Tell. *
from sickness.
communication except ourthorlaa4 life of
Article V. The and residence. may mean a about raising dairy.
r, committee convenes next fall. namfs livestock
the correspondent writer.1t.l.cted must b."D.4 watermelons. ,Mrs. Elizabeth War. of the subscriber are a. follows: Profit by Kissimmee experlenotfi. Inr. poultry citrus fruit and truck ...
by .
Wj S<. s.ADDITIONAL big and Lucite GrIffin (assisted in John :'1. Lee. W. U. Crawford, John S. ing. twice a month at COe per year--
.. m.tt.rUI not be return.daale. Cadel. OH. prather..J. Wade Tucker, Use Doan's Kidney Pills. three year. for 11.00. Only livestockand
called for._ serving. The collection for the society -' H. I... Lesley Hull Bass, 'all of whom Endorsed by Klssimmee parents. general. farming paper In the,

(Entered In the Postofflce at Klsslm I LOCALS fund amounted to $28.40. reside",, In the City of, Kissimmee 0. .taCe. Write today. i
ceola" County Florida.Article Read this Kissimmee mother's endorsement
__ Florida, ae second-class matter.) .
Those attending the meting were: V1The affair of the corporation i FOR' RENTFurnished roomsor,
shall be conducted by a President apartments for light housekeeping*
left Mrs. T. M. Rivers, Miss Lizzie. Vice-President, secrets ry, and Mrs. Nona Miller, 119 Mitchell st., In modern, convenient house, close In.'
Mrs. W. W. Carson Wednesdayfor Mrs. Marlon Carson 'and I Treasurer and the Hoard of Seven Mr. E. E.) Wells. Real Estate and Insurance
"' BeRt Tampa for medical treatment. Thompson, Directors. ''which hoard may bo In. Kissimmee, snys:' "My.%)ittle girl was lit Mabbette St. Phone 141V ...
daughter, Mrs. N. B. Carson, Mrs.L.R. creased or reduced at any time by the' troubled weakness of her kidneys
G W. Person. spent several-] days Association. With FOR 8ALHX! KlRhty Were; 11 acres *
t trMF Farmer, Mrs. H., R. May, Mrs. The annual meeting .of this Association some three years ago. She complained cleared. and under fence! S acres In
y0F this week in Jacksonville on business. Moma Thomas, Mrs.. Woodall Mrs. shall be held the First day. of bearingorange grove; .000 worth
July of each year at which meeting of pains in her back and'was of cypress timber on'tract: four
A. L.. Wright of. Taft, state high. Falls, Mrs. J. C. Griffin Mrs. D. S. the members shall elect the Board of and didn't the she room house and kitchen.. Also 10
enginer passed through the city Hall Mrs. H. Miss rectors, and thereupon the Boardof puny grow way head of cattle and -a good bunch of
p
way Herzberg, Myrtle
', Directors shall .elect the officers of should. She seemed to have no con- range hog loose on the range"
Thursday.Mrs. Collier, Mrs. N. p. Bryan, Mrs.. P.-K. immediately after meeting adjournment to be held of trolover her kidneys and this caused Farming tool.Kenansvllle.and Implement.Price Located I

P, M. Waldron and 'children, .Weaver and..Irs. R. C. .Sligh. :[h: annual meeting. The Hoard of me much trouble. I heard of Doan's half cash near balance terms to 10,600:
y 9SPyyoEPRE
oqTAT W. a. 8. Directors shall have power to fill all H. Ouy. Ketymsvllle, FlAw tB-tf
of Clearwater: is the guest of her sis
vacancies among the officers or direc.tors. Kidney Pills and got a box'I gave
ter. Mrs. B. M. Tedder.. tHIRTY JAP TUMBLERS The names of the officers who them to her and noticed improvement DWELLINGS for rent.. Apply; to M. 4
are to manage the affairs of the corporation Tiller.
George B. Ames, of Tallahassee, GIVE CLASSY SHOW until the election In 1919, in her condition in a short
shall be as follows: W. U. Crawford.
state telephone inspector of the railroad worked President; E. I* Lesley, VIce-7're.l- time. -F.our boxes entirely cured her FOR 8AI.B-Second-hand. Ford car. J".;
1918 at attractive price Osceola Motor
JULY 12 .
FRIDAY Thirty Japanese in several .
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dent John S. Cadel. Secretary O. H.Prather
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commission was in town this and made her kidneys strong and she 'Coi ., >OT
scenes in "The Woman of the. Web," Treasurer; and the Hoard of Broadway. -n
Director shall consist of the above robust "
week. js now a healthy girl. .
BAILKY'S AUTO SERVICE Klslmmeeto +
fttagraph's big adventure serial named officers, with J. Wade >
What ha. become of the man who new together Price all dealers. Don't St. Cloud, 10 m., 1 and 1:19
Ex-Senator A. E. Donegan and W. Tucker John M. Lee and Rull Da.... 60e, at a. p. m.
said "America's forces would not be the' third episode of "whichwill be Article VII. The Board .of Directors simply ask for a kidney'remedy-get p. m. St. Cloud to Kissimmee S a. m.. f
McLeod are expected ,Home the last hereby empowered., make.'alter 11 m. and 6:80: p. m. Central Druir
shown in. Casino are t
felt in the world's war before 1919? the Graystone on or amend the By-Laws of the .corpora- Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that Store Klealmmee, Phone 41)) Marine'.
of the' week from business trip to '
a Monday. Several of. the men were lion. Mr. Miller had. Foster-Milburn Co. Drug Store, St. Cloud.' Phone 61;
." 4 the East Coast. Article VIII. 'The highest amount Residence St. Cloud phone II. Car.
Sure America will stand by Russia. from a troup -of tumblers 'who were of Indebtednea or liability to which Mfgrs.; Buffalo N. Y. for hlr*. Bailey's:: transfer. Utt

But there is some difficulty in keeping-.JA...... Crosby, a prominent lumberman brought> to Hollywood from New the corporation may at. any time subject w. >. ..
Itself shall never exceed Five FOR SALE-.Two 9x12 Oriental
posted as' to"Just where R Y..laJ. of Ocalj, was in Kissimmee ,fork City where they hAf completed Thousand ICOOO.OO Dollars.' Scoree of former athletic stirs are .
, Article IX. The amount of the value Rugs, practically new. Originalcost
1 Wednesday looking after business. vaudeville tour .j}
a service In.
enlisting for .the
.landing.America. of real estate which the corpora
$260 'will sell for less than '
:tile was a guest of the GraystoneHo- They are seen in a number of spectacular tlon may hold shall not exceed Five to instruct and help the J' ,
'tel. Thousand Dollars, subject always to soldier overseas to keep .y.M.CA'1 half price if taken at once; Myda '
only and fair stunts in one of which they the approval of the Circuit Judge.IN .
icially- fit to fight. Wympy 6tCloud.. 25-tff '.
rl which WITNESS WHEREOF we have ,
dealing from -citizens below th. bor- Misses Maggie Mae and Lelia Mc. formed a living ladder 'over hereunto subscribed our Barnes this

der, but judging from the past, they Crania left Saturday for Lakeland to ledda Nova, heroine in the serial, 8th day of July, A. D. 1918. .
W. R CRAWFORD,
.m be asking a good deal. Join Mrs. C. M. Eaton rnd family limbed to a window from which she JOHN S. CADEL, .. are

vho were leaving for their cottage I jumped to an adjoining tower. O.E. I H.* LESLEY PRA TH EH. While the U. ".S. Boys Smashing';

U at Haven Roach ten outing. And in another scene a regular ,
A scientist declares man descended
from a lizzard. What the average Misses Emma and Effie Tyson, of stage entertainment is staged in STATE OF RULL FLORIDA BASS. the Germans 4 j.

I. where her Narcoossee and Miss Lillian Ide of which' : some very clever tumblingand COUNTL OF OSCEOLA.BE ,
man Is interested in not ,
IVf.KNOWN! That before the kelp.
; me ,We are smashing prices to win the war. But of as and save
acrobatic work is done before theamera.
came, from, but "Where do we go from St. Cloud left Wednesday for Hen- undersigned officer authorized under f I
here?" dersonville, N. C., where they will the.-* laws of ,said personally State to app..r..dJohn take acknowledgments your surplus and buy W. S. S. and hely lick the Doch.4. .. ) ; .

spend the remainder of the summer.W. With a unmber of Russians and M. L..eV.. B. Crawford John 8. ,Ii
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Ca With all thoeepaperbusinesasuite H. Thompson of Lakeland, Mexicans also employed in the serial L. Lesley. and Rull Bass, to me well, FOR SATURDAYBlack1 Alaga Syrup, gal. _-__.__._ 1.15 ..

dresses. trunks and bags In Germany, the American Director David Smith and Paul Hurstare known and known to me to be the. .Eye Peas 13c 2 for.. ..25 Alaga Syrup, %gaL ___... .68 ;
state agent for Pan persons described In and who executed -
think would considerthe kept busy issuing orders to interpreters the foregoing Article of Association Lima Beans, 18c, 2 Ib. .for._ .35 Alaga Syrup, No. 2 ........ .22 :
'w should they Tu'esday
Life
Insurance
k Companyspent a
Glen- and acknowledged to and beforeme Alaga Syrup, No. 1--' ..__. .17 ,
great drought this spring a'leillne in Kissimmeo) in consultationwith for direction J. Frank that they executed the same for Prunes, 2 IDS for ..--..-.,.- .25 Crisco, large can ........... .1.85 II

+, -. T. J. Burkhalter, local agent of don, forceful actor, and recalled for ed.the uses and purposes therein eipress- Evaporated Peaches ___ .. .15 I Criaco medium! _.........._ .90 ;

the .his fine work in 0. Henry pictures WITNESS my hand and official seal Cheefe, fb,..__ ._.. ,.._ _- .30 I Crisco small,_____*. ...... .60 .

+' Yes, the Kaiser and his subjects company. plays opposite Miss Nova as a hero. of In July said,County A. D. 1918.and State this 8th day Sweet Feed, 100 Ibs. ......... 3.30
all- Rev. O. B. Falls, pastor of the First i w. .. s.METHODIST .-- (SEAL) M W. SARGENT, ., Calumet Baking Powder' 10c, Oats, 100,, Ibs. ..__._.-...... 3.60
.celebrated the Fourth of July, Baptlct church of Kisshnmee .held CHURCH Notary Public State at Large. 13c and -.___.._._.___ .24 Corn 100 lbs.-_.._...... 3.90

right, by defending themselves froman services at the Taft church Sunday My Commission Expire April 1, 1920.JO41... : U-Ueeda Biscuit, pkg. ?..??* .08 Velvet Bean Meal ........i 2.30

effective attack from the American evening and Rev. Murphy of that Preaching Sunday at 11 a.. m. and I Graham Crackers, large ... .15 Alfalfa Meal .............. 2.66
forces i 8 p. m., by the pastor. No Worms In a Healthy Child Best Creamery Butter, It) ._ -.65
the the I
place occupied pulpit at Mission Graham Crackers, small _.__ ..10 '
Minced Ham 'Ib.
Morning subject, "Showers of All children troubled with worms have aa unhealthy .........., .28
church in Kissimmee.W. color which Indicates" poor blood, and as a: CrUco, small _-_.,-......---?. .50 Potted lIam, Libby's ...____ .08
The Woman's Home Guards of 0.- .' W. Saunders, of the Gazette Blessing. rule,there Is more or' less stomsch disturbance. I U. Smoking, pkg. ......... .06 Vienna Sa-sage, Libbv's,.. can .11
ceola county mobolized to fight the Evening rubject, "DenominationalUnion. GROVE'S TASTELESS: chill TONIC given regularlyfoe Corn Beef Hash
who received Prince Albert pkg. '__-_.... .14 can 13c, 2.. .25
Hun by buying Thrift Stamps and force .recently.' in'the an appointment . : ." two th or.digestion three weeks,and will act enrich..a General the blood Strengthening Improve George Washington, pkg. _? .06 Beef, Pork and Veal Loaf crji: J15

t -with food conservation, is recruiting : desk officer Prayer meeting Wednesday tat 8 Tale to the whole 8Y"'". Nature will then Stag, pkg. _____???._.__ .05 Household Ammonia, bets--:. .10 ,
Its third company. patriotic merchant marine,' left Thursday for m. Subject, '"Messages from the throw off or dispel the worm*,and the Child will be Velvet, pkg. ..- .11 Blueing, bottle .__........._ .05
Every :Tampa to enter the Navigation p. la perfect health. Pleasant to take. BOc per betW.Let Camel Ciigal'ottee.pkg.---. ... .14 Potash, large can ..-.._.._... .10
woman in'the county is eligible' to School there for'a six weeks' course. Boys in Khekd. Renos, ... ..06 Cal. Peaches, heavy syrup _. .26.

membership in these companies. The Vesper service :al Shingle Creek j All othero. pkg..____........ .05 Cal. Peaches small ____...., .14 r
"Cradle to the grave" being the only Henry O. Partin' has purchasedthe Sunday at 4 p. m. All are'cordially Pillsbury )Flour, 24 Ibs. (with Tomatoes No. 1 can 10c* 8 fO"l.26

{ ap limits. Canovn residence In Cape Breer" invited to attend these 'services.J. MeExamine substitute) .......... 1.60 Tomato Pulp, lOc, 3 for ....' '.26

i i w.' d. s. i an d is having it overhauled, repainted D.' SIBERT Pastor. Barley Flour,' per Ib. _.__,_ .08 Best Early June Pecs can .. .14,
and put Into1orou'B'h re ? w. .. .,_, ....! t, Fancy Head Rice,'per lb.___. .11 Small cans .....-._._..._._ .09
BRYAN FOR SPEAKER ., Water Ground 1 Ib. _____---. .06 Maxwell House Coffee, can __ .32
pair. He expects to' move his family ORLANDO BOY GIVES Rumford Baking Powder lb._ .25 White House Coffee .... .85
Whatsmatter with N., C., Bryan, of '
x Kisshnmee for the ,next speaker ,of here'In time for. J.he., opening 'oschool. ,. GRAPHIC' PICTURE ".1-' Best Salt Bacon, lb. _._.......' .30 Senate best there lit i{ \;...._._, ..35
Y.E"'I"
.' .. ; AV.-, "', ;:; Good White Bacon lb........_ ..25 Arbuckles .....i..i.;; '.'...,.. .24
Z the house r '' Or S. D. Harris, of St. d' / ,-*\ -, ,; ,, ;. /OFr' GERMAN RAID ; ' (' '1': Breakfast Bacon, Ib. _.__.;;.' \-145 Mince Meat, pkg.iU'irrTa! :::.::., .10
The ; ,0f-( ," + / = ,v' ,' ;i1'Wfli.! : : ! r ,\ ; '" "
all' this .. Young..LadiesCIrcle.iwillimeet ) v, ' Best
Petersburg Sliced
Why, political ? Ham lb. __.:.:-S.: ; ::: ..; .40 Evaporated Peaches.:.. .15
camouflage to push into this position next Sunday, July'14,>'at' 4 o'clo.-k; (Continued from Page One) I have the scientific instruments Salmon, per can ........... 18 Jar Rings, doz. ..-._._______ .04

come men favorable to certain ,interests with Miss Abbie'lIarrl., ct the homeof .the damage the next day and every for determining and the GLASSESfor : Artro Salmon _.-.-_?.._... 28 Best Red tinge doz.....___. .10
Mrs. Franck The subject I Is house that was hit was a residence, Bull Head Catsup, .t>ot. ISc, 2 .25 DRUGS __ "t'
; when have like these correcting and all defects
o we men India Development Growth not a thing of military importance in any Eba Milk can ....__....... .05 1 Ib can Cocoa ..._ ..... .25
who are big enough and broad enoughto ,anPlans < the whole lot and from the looks of of vision, NO .MATTER the na. Eagle Milk, can __ _____... .20 Blue Label Vaseline, bat .... .05 !

serve the interests of the whole for Future Work. Bring Bi, ture of your case. If your Mohawks, can ............. .15 Turpentine, bottle_.___._,... .10 .

state; and who would not stoop to pies for drill, etc. the thing the sole attempt was to GLASSES do. not fit you perfectly Carnation, can ............. .06 Caster Oil, 'sottle ---.-.---. .10 $

'' sort Of trickery much less to County Clerk J.. L. Overstree drop bombs on one of the hospitals, call St. Charles can ........... .06 Castoria bottle ............ .30
any states that as they dropped them all around it, ,, on me. Van Camp's Milk, can _,.... .06 Epsom Salts box ____...... ,05
"put- one over" on the public.-Area* he expects Mrs. Over- on all sides but the kept them I fit any eye that responds to Pet milk Baby, can ,.-.__._ .06 Camphor, bottle ...___...... .10 I

dia Enterprise. street and their children home the guns light. Karo, No. 10 __ _____..._ 1.00 Salta, box .._'...-._........ .05 '.

Mr; Bryan, of Kissimmee, BO far as last of the week. They have been from getting over it, and so their. You are invited to call for con- Light Karo, No.5 .-..._____ .60 -All Other Things Accordingly- .
bombs missed it each time.
the Gazette knows, is not a candidate visiting friends at Cairo, Ga., and sultation and advice. ,

for' speaker of the house, but he is their son Murray has been employed "I understand that they brought EVERYBODY .INVITED TO INSPECT OUR SANITARY STOKE ..

-,,, certainly >"big enough and broadenough in the fruit shipping at Fort Valley, down eight German machines that \ AND GET. PRICES. Ou Motto Is: Cordiality; 16 oz. to the

to serve the whole state" as Ga. Mrs. Overstrcet's health ha night. I know they got five, for I DR. E'\S. HOFFMAN pound *-d 100 Cents on the Dollar

Speaker or in any other capacity. been greatly improved by the changeand saw two myself" and saw ,pictures of OUT OF 'TOWN ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY i

:The next legislature will have to medical treatment. three others. Occultist-Optician ,

search a long time before they find a Senator C. A. Carson of Kissimmee 28 WeK .Church... Street, CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY

man who would be fairer in' his rulings delivered splendid address yesterday -LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS"MOAICH I ORLANDO, .f LA. .

to all sections and all interests: morning at the First Baptist Phone 141. 422 Broadway "

The augelltlon'of Mr. Bryan by the church As a hearer declared "every FOR PUBLICATION . 'If..

Enterprise iea .capital. Idea and we word counted for something." Sena- I>rpar .rBt of the Imtrrlor. "
?' 'V. .. Lmm offlre .t <<.al..nvllle, Florida. .
a are for it.IMPRESSIVE. tor Carson was accompanied bv. hill July: elk, IB IN.''
u -4' wife, two daughters, Miss Inez Carson NOTICE !. hereby given that WII.
S.
anm Comerford of Louxrhman. Fla.,
SESSION OF and Mrs. Chalker and Mrs. Bryan who, on December 80. 116 made

LOCAL W. C. C. N. D. mothert Mrs. Carson'and of ex. Homestead% of NE%.Entry.::NRV4 No.ofSEK 014289., of Section for 8H '

Senator Nat .Bryan.-Lakeland Telegram 34 and 8H of NWU. Section 8B, Town- MULES MULES MULES!
hip 24 8., Range IT E., Tallahassee
The"closing meeting of the season Meridian, has filed notice of Intention .
to make Three-Tear .
to
1'roof Lablah
e -
for 'the 'Woman's Committee; of. the Mrs. Geraldine Norton and her claim, to the land above described

'Council of National Defense which mother, Mrs.C. A. Wheaten, are the before Clerk of Circuit Court' at KlaSlmmee -
Florida on the 16th day of
;vras held Monday afternoon at the attractive guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. August 1818.'Claimant .

dart( Memorial building was pro- L. Hyatt this week. They will returnto F. \V.AME claims LoUKhman as wltnnnes, Florida. : Car Load of Fine Tennessee Mules Just'I

fiouncd one of the most interesting their home in Allendale; near Day- F. W. Ames, of Loughman Florida,, \
R. A. Patten of Loughman Florida
of its session. tona, today accompanied by Mrs. Richard OauilnK. of Loughman: Florl-; Arrived. Undoubtedly We Have 19 of
a, F. A. QaualnK of LouKhman Flori .
.Miss Aultman, chairman of the local ;Jatt' and con. Mrs. Norton "and her da. ROUT. W.
DAVIS.
work, 'presided, and announced I mother were :former well known residents 0-Et.. 14, Register, the Finest Animals Ever Offered for Sale :.

the following program: of Kissimmee and have many

; 'A. ."Star-Spangled Banner." warm friends here. Mrs. Norton is a Notice NOTICE la hereby OF INCORPORATION given that the un* in This Part of the State. : : : : :

4 B. "Ma sellaiae" iungby the representative of the Allendale Improvement erilgned will on the l&th day of August "+re

1 girls of the ,Patriotic League. company, interested in he. Circuit A. D. Court 1916. apply of the t6 Seventh the Judge Jud.lllal of- 'a '

J Prayer, Mrs. W. II. Coleman. the winter tourists residence, sectionat Circuit of the State of Florida In ,
z. and for Oaceola County, for a Charter
: b,. Beading on the ,topic, "Better understanding Allendale which is six miles from incorporating the Lee Park Company, GET YOUR PICK'NOW ,
'
a copy of which Charter Is hereto annexed .
,between England and Daytona, on the Halifax river. ..
'(Wi. noe,"- Miss* 'Aultman. w. ..s.-_ CHARTER OF TUB LEE PARK

Vocal.aolo. "We are here" BOY SCOUTS TO THE RESCUE Article of COMPANY Association entered Into THEY ARE GOING fAST'

C.- "Joan of Arc hU (th day of July A. n. 1(18, by
Miss Inez Cvrvon. Wooddbeck
,, Manager of the Casino and between John M. Lee W.: B. Craw
has secured "Boy Scouts to the.Rea- ford. John 8. Cadet O. H. Prather J.
ai Wade Tucker E. 1. Lesley Rull Baas,
\ :; Beading, fJoan ,of 'Arc," Miss cue," a five-part boy serial of patriotism and their aaaoclatea, who hereby aeoclate -

;Porch! Pherigo.; and Scout Knowledge the first themselves together aa a cor '
for JONES STABLESFORMERLY
t poratlon. uot profit under the laws IGOU &
I 11.:' "Solo, "Keep the home ''fires bum episode of which will b* shown Wednesday of the State of Florida In such- caM
.., made and' provided, and to adopt the
)., thereafter till completed. following a. their proposed Charter.

,D. '?dy'daddy Is. a soldier] now" Scout'' Master" Milton Pledger'will ex; to-wit, Article:< -1. The name of the corporation HAND BROTHERS .n. v '

;,i1KpLP.,, Jt. Weaver: plain' the object -of the-scout movement shall be Le. Park Company., and '

;B *uHng,' "Franceline.''. at. (the show next Wednesday b.its located principal In place Klsalmmee of business, Osoeola.shall Coir. Park Avc. and 2nd Street Sanford Florida ,

n dX:': "1JS to*. midst of them,"'. Miss night. 'A':, portion of th*'. proceeds County Artlol.", Florida IL. The .general_ nature. of ,/ fr.

: issirgarrt Stanford. .will go to the boy said. girl scout the bualneas to .. transacted by this 1

r ._.."jGod.bJoo* ti" oar'splendid" Men" I troops, of. Kissimmee. liCI corporation, and private shall amusements be -to conduct, consist pub- ,.

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We will..place on sale Saturday '300 pairs of Womens' Leather Sole Canvas' Oxfords at less than, manufacturer'scost.


This' is your opportunity to save on ,your summer footwear. Broken sizes.' A bargain if you, can get' "


your size. C' o'".EARLY. '



I t' $1.75 Canvas mp, this sale., only 1.39, $2.50 Canvas Pump, enameled, heel $1.89 Canvas Pump, high heel, now $1.39

and sole, military heel, ''t this! sale 1.98 3.50' Canvas Pump; now ,2.7S.,

::' 1.25 Mary, Jane Slipper,. now.- .98 .2.25 Pumps, cloth covered heel this sale 1.69 1.49 Canvas Pump, now 1.19

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: Included in this ,Sale STORY'S? Saturday, July the 13th ,r

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Ii C. W. Ward leaves Sunday' for Ordia Bass spent Wednesday in t
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I I INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS I II II. New York., Tampa on, busines.
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S.., S. Griffin, Orlando. visited the Sheriff Ingram hat been ill in bed IISTAItIE

f ,.......... O H ..... .....u Ordia Bass spent Wednesday in city today. for .eveMt.da;: ,. this week.

Tampa on business. .-.. Ed Ivey,'. of Shingle, Creek, spenttpe A. ,F, Bass, 'of St. Cloud spent

i j Weather Report j Peter 'McGutoheon was among;, the morning'in' the pity.I Saturday' morning town
visitors here Monday.. > .' Le Treple Extract, $1.00'an ounce H. 1..., Qverstreet, of Campbell, motored +

r.;, :R. D..Libby, of Union Center,spent I.at Central Drug Store. ,, Into town Saturday. ... i
(, Following are dail7!tempera: Saturday morning in town. W. A. .Mc gol will leave'tomorrow Commissioner B. H. Guyf; of Ken-

tures and precipitations station as reported Wade Lanier, of Campbell, was a night for. Beaver Fells, .Pa. ansvile", ,,.arrived in town 7e t.lrda. ., \
Government
t at KlBsimmee by fo- hc week end.' .morning visitor to the city Saturday. When i In need of B Dentifrice, use G. K.. Armes and son-of, Gainesville

r Ing Thursday, July 11. Pearl,, White in the second episode Red Cross 'Tooth Taato,' only 25c, at registered at the Graystone Tuesday, .
llac.JJIn.. Rain I of "The House of,Hate" at the, Casino Central Drug, Store. It's fine. i Raymond Lanier, of Campbell, Ii'

1; Friday., *.' ...88, 71' Saturday. Rull Bass Uft. yesterday for Tennessee i transacted business in town Saturday. A4J7: '
.. -92 71 Hart where he, will 'spend Hear'D.' W. Johnson He
Satcrdny ? I Murnice Tindall, of Lake sometime Sunday. ;* i
,. 'Sunday'' .?, :. 90'' 73' motored Into town Saturday 'on busi looking into,the cattle,business. stands in the top rank or speakers. A' shaky dining table ofls'motiy'. a spot. r

Monday ....*-..... 92 .72 I j. 'W.. Miller and family of Haines In the United States. 'less tablecloth.If .

.' Tuesday "*... ._ s!}* 72 I'ness.G. L. "Sullivan' of Boggy Creek, City, -spent last Sunday in Kissim ,Sheldon Johnson left yesterday, for there'is anything that should .be substantial. ,
Wednesday ".. 87" 71 was a business visitor'. to, the' city mee, visiting M: M. Miller end family Tampa to enter the' Naval. Reserves, it U the diner. -
; :;t.:', I Thursday.: .. ,. 92 .72 Saturday. stationed at Key West.
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\ The table and tremble at touch like the
: ,.'.O.'UoO o .o.oo.o..OO.' J. F. O'Bdrry, of 'Rodman, Fla., .Mrs. H.Wv Thai-man and Miss Little Miss Olivine Savage is'' the that weave every **pcu
leaf should be consigned to the wood shed and returned to the kitchen
1. hands Marian'Porter will leave 'forPhiladelphia this week of her friend, Miss ,
; spent Monday in ,town .shaking Monday ,guest
1a1 kindling wood. We hare a fin line of'diners of differing
Uncle Dick Bass spent Saturday with his friends.Food' . Pa:, '.to spend. several Elizabeth O'Bery, of Rodman.. a ,v
built and will the '
woods; styles ana prices, for'solidity,. yon enjoy
in town. I Administrator Milton Pledger veeks. I Keep your skin healthy. Dikes Peroxide meal, served. upon them. *- ?' ."
Jim Long', of Narcoossee visited motored to st.- Cloud, ,Monday,' on Orange= Blossom 'Talcum Powder .Cream, gives complete satisfaction. ,
the city Saturday. I business connected with his office. still 25c a box, the best article of its ,I' : .' CORNER, DRUG STORE. ., C. H. GRANTHAM ;

Mutt and Jeff every Wednesday In I Itheir t Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Ohalker.. 'of kind. on the. market and 'no advance I a.'. S.",Griffin,.-.of Orlando, ,and Mr. ,"Th Satisfactory Storm" ,.
latest cartoons. 1 J Lake City, arrived in town last Fri I in price.' CORNER DRUG STORE, Guy of Wandenriere, were transacting '

Riley Godwin and family, of St. day for''a few", days visit, with rela I George M. Simmons, sanitary -engineer business in Kissimmee Wednesday ., ti
'" Cloud, were shopping, in Kissimmee tives. ,, for the State Board of Healthwas ?;' ,
Joy 'of
,:" Monday., j I t r H.. F. Rickets, the manager of the in Kisimme'e Friday in the Interest A. 1L,Logan, hog cholera inspector, To enjoy The life we ,must Living.have tood 'i I :
Walter Drennon, of Orlando, was Graystone Hotel, spent several days I of the 'organization he represents. of Gainesville, has spent the week in health. No'one can reasonably'hopeto WaterburySanitary ,
attending tq business matters here this week in Lakeland'on busin s the county, looking over the hog situ get much real pl8:1aure-o\lt.of life
last Monday, matters. Mrs. H. S. Geiger and wee son, ation. when his bowels are clogged! a good Indoor. Closet

; FOR RENT-Furnished flat with f Luxor*, Toilet. :Water has. not advanced Hugh, Jr., left this week for Jacksonville Dr; A. C. Hamblin,' District Health share should of expelled the time and are the absorbed poisons that into Safe Sanitary: Odorless. Ecoaesalcal

I modern Improvements W. B. Harris! in price, )but we guarantee ,to Join Lieutenant Geiger, of the Officer of the State Board of Health; the system producing beadach. and N Sanitary Tank Regufd .
Gazette office. 14-tf jthe Quality. CORNER DRUGSTORE medical corps., stationed at .Camp was here oh one of his'regular visits indigestion. A.few doses of ,Chamberlain' I .. I
No l. Ne PhoBbiaf Dills
Johnson. this 'week. Tablets will move the bow Screenlic
Another rip roaring Sunshine comply els;strengthen the digestU n and give 1 Sanctioned by tl-Florida Stat.
Dr. C. A. McKay of Des Molns 't
"The shadow of tbe. e.t" at'the J.; F. O'Berry of Rodman, pasino-' Saturday. the city Monday, .on his way 'home Jowa, Has accepted a portion: With duty-the CORNER DRUG STOREcan of living. Try It. Board of Healtla. ...
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from Deer Park, where he had beenon the Corner Drug Store. D. McKayis assure you competent: and'expert w. --i EDMOND: SWABEYBo :
n. It will tone ,
you up and'give you -- pharmaci.tnd chemist of years'f at all times L, U. Zimmerman, of St. Cloud,
business mission. service
viger.. May's Spring Tonic. CORNER a eta JCiMimm. fU
experience was in town Tuesday looking after
DRUGSTORE .. 'G. x. Wardin and family, of Kis- Mrs. E. F. Hoffman and daughter, business interests. 30..4&
Mrs. R B. )and .v immee Pafrk, .were" guests at the The Juvenile Protective Association .Miss Mona spent Se. week-end at ,. < ,
Savage herdaugh

home'*of,''Mr,And l sMrs.tf A,I'M' Story met Wednesday Morning! in..regular their home"n'Davenport'returningheretSunday( -_--
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ter, Mirr Lenora Fortner made
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3'a .
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buaines to Bartow Tuesday.lfeo for,several, .days. Lft'week' : :::\' ;,1"r,' .' session, end(.adJour e\d',to meet night.\'tlt; ; fajfefo, ( W. H.*ARNOLD .t ALAN J. MAC DOHOUflH
trip "
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,
;. official :W. M 'r"IiI to': !PuntaGorda again Wednesday morning: ,July 17, /Miss" Norma"'Duke"who';: r has (been;; ; '., I : 4>r : :
See the Allies war revie'v at 9 o'clock, at.the school building. ARNoLD
film at the Casino. this week to look after the vI.itinabel' sister Mrs. John Over- & MacDONOUGHContractors
Tuesday
every .
his Private D. L. O'Berry, who has street at her home in Lakeland, has
personal effects of son, Clayton,
;; of time to.ee show
Plenty a complete ,
been stationed Architect
at Camp Wheeler, Engineer
returned to Kisimme. ;
who was recently,killed in'Honduras. :
after drill.
i every, night
"Word has been received by.f..erid.. D. G. Wagner, county chairman of Company town yesterday-end B, 124th Infantry wiU.leave', arrivedin Saturdayto The Ministerial 'Assoc! tion met DARLINGTON ATE. CITIZENS BANK BLDG. 13

; in Kissimmee,from Private Paul Mc. the W. S. S. department made a tripto visit his parents at Rodman Monday morning regular session
St. Clopd Monday to confer with at the Presbyterian church. There N
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Kee, stating his safe arrival in Eng. Fla ..
o..o t toooo.oooooo.OO.oo.ooo o.o.o..o..o.t. OO.
the local chairman were present, pastors J. D. Sibert,
::, land. He 1 is. in the 124th Florida In- and look after '
v ''fantry;, other' business! matters. The contribution box placed by W. H. Coleman and W. .B. Wither-
/'Radiator Bill" in front of the Tress spoon.M. We sellEverything
Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Malcolm, who represents the
Rodney Snyder, his ,
store time
will be
mother, Mrs. Amy Snyder, Frank Remington Typewriter company, was some ago openedat G. 'Waring of Lakeland, was in I
and Hu were a pleasant formance at
party motoring to Tampa in their his hea'dqnarters at. Lakeland and the Casino next Wednesday to visit his father-in-law, Hon. you need in theDrugstore HAIR
nightThe
car, Wednesday, to be present at the Orlando,and will be a frequent visitorin J. M Lee, who is seriously ill in a TONIC k
ship launching arranged for National Kissimmee. Central's nurse hag something hospital in that city. Malcolm is a ;

',, Independence day. They returned Miss Maude Alice Wagner, chair important to tell you this week. former Kissimmee boy, and his trine
home Thursday night.J. man of the Smilage book committee, She has been working for the W. S. many friends here are glad to know "
made a trip to St.'Cloud Monday in 4. for the past,, two weeks, so. has he .has made good and is one of the from Hair Tonic
T. Burkhalter, the genial representative been absent from the Lakeland'business
the interest of this, praiseworthywork. paper. Watch leading factors in to
s of the Coe-Mortimer Fertility her, she knows 1 .circles.
She was accompanied by Miss
ty company, returned Friday from Amy Makinson. BunionPlaster. '
Jacksonville, where he had spent the
.. week at the convention of the com- P. S. Snow, formerly, with the Bet. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA FLORIDA. STATE COLLEGE .Y \ k-
'pan'a. agents. 1Ji'"recognition of Mr.Burkhalter's tie pharmacy of Jacksonville' was In OmlmrurHlf FOR WOMEN
Kissimmee Saturday, visiting his MIIKarr TralalB Under Amy QttlrrnCouriea T.II.Y..ee
services, the company In Art. and Sciences. ARrl11118 Student from 26 Florida Coun-
i ii; has decided to enlarge his field of activities ' friend, Wimberly McLeod. Mr. Snow culture Chemical, Civil Electrical ties and IT States 1017-18. Total ellt ) _t
and Mechanical E2ng-ln ertnr, Law, Including Summer School and Shbrt )
his to
resigned
recently position enlist -
and include Seminole countyin Teacher Colleg-e. Course. U
hie' district. lie will be given an in the army. Tuition A. A. Free.MURFHRHfO.Send for-Pre.ld.Catll1ollr.'rlte..... EDWARD at once CONRADI.for Catalog.PrfuUrmt.! _'
assistant here. Mr. Bruce DeWisewitl Mrr -Rull Bass, one -of the- cattle /4k/ '
move his, family to Kissimmee kings',, of South Florida, visited Orlando V r
and will act as warehouse clerk.Speaking for several hours; tod"ty trans
of the convention last acting business and greeting friends.He .
l week, Mr. Burkhalter said, "We had returned to his home in Kissim Boy Scouts are on Your Trail "ot i
: r a ,grand time, notwithstanding the mee this afternoon.-Reporter-Star, 1
fact that it was so dry it might have A meeting was called for the managers -" II "
been called a W, C. T. U. meeting." ,of the county'' fairs of Florida You Can't Escape! ,

this week at Orlando to arrange ,
The United States Government +s 'S'
""' (placing with the Casino every Tuesday !schedules for these anual events, :YOU BET YOU CAN'TI! Not when a troop of ,..eased.I ,Lt.ami ., THE CENTRAL'S, NURSE.SAYSi' -

I "The Allies Official War ,Review which will enable the counties to en- American boys are after yon. Come lee how to catch ; Here I am again folks to teU you about that Red'Croaa ;
f ," without question one of the gage in the same racing circuits and -
,
other attrl\ tJons. .pies -niake fire 're.caea..top smogler( -aidthe, injnred--
most important films to Line.You
the public- ..all in the Serial will be pleased if Red Cross
,; comprising in one comprehensive Attorney W. J.' Steed made a. trip help your country in the War great Picture ; you buy Remedies

':, whole official war pictures. Cameramen to Tampa this week to volunteer in "BOY SCOUTS TO THE RESCUE" ; anything from Toothache Drope' .to, Face powder, .and it's 1 ,
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1 posted with the troops of Italy the navy, and expects to be caned to ; just Grand. rya

England, France, Belgium, and the. Naval Reserve, stationed at Key the most thrilling, dramatic, educative, patriotic Boy Serial, And too,,every article is absolutely guaranteed. If it U., 4
the United States are making"shots" West, about the first of August. Mr. ever conceived. Produced under the direct supervision of Lt. not entirely satisfactory bring it back and get your' money
every day for, the respective Gpvern- Steed has 'seen active service'on the
Gen. Sir Robert Bades-PoweD, who personally appears ia the ; refunded without argument. "
ment war records. They fascinate, Mexican border when he was Lieu .
thrill and inspire presented .by-committee I tenant of Company B, but he was discharged - picture. FATHERS- and MOTHERS! Go with your Boys to' : By the way, we still hare LeTrefle Extract for $1.00 an '
every episode of this inspiring, informing, daarader-baildiar' ; and it is the finest odor tried.
'' on.public ,information, George I on, account of dependent, re ounce you ever
t Creel, 'chairman. This review is, a i latives. Since that time he has been Picture-it's_ backed by the B.y J'Scouts ef America. .Buy from us and know it is right \
weekly election of the best and most very active in local military matters
I At the Gray tone Casino Every Wednesday'NightBeginning '
interesting current event pictures and is First Lieutenant of the Qsceoia I Central Drug Store
'taken by the.United States Signal Home Guards. He:'was not satisfied July 17th
Plus
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r by allied staffs. Profits go' to the has now offered himself to 'Uncle' Benefit Boy and Girl. 'Scouts ofKutimmtt : Phone 41,. i' ..;; ;

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"! .. THE i HSSIMMEE VALLEY dAZETTE, FRIDAY JULY 12, 1411GIRLS i' ..
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WHITEN SKIN THE FLORIDA STATE PALM ''BEACH 'COUNTY CATTLEMEN :
WITH LEMON JUICE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN

Make a beauty lotion for a few teats A copy .of the-latest catalogue of MOVING THEIR STOCK t

to remore tan freckle, Hllow...... the Florida State College for Women --

Your''grocer has the lemons and any I has*been received. It is a book of Cattle men'In the Indlan'Town section which are to be driven out of the
drug store of toilet counter wil supply 127 pages and gives a brief statement : of the county are exceptionally. county.
you with threeounces of orchard of. all the activities of the Col busy these days. During the last ten Cattle owners in the .
white for .a few cents Squeeze the Ie,... days they have been?completing the counties on the north have arrange
juice of two fresh lemon into a .bottle marking and branding of the calvesat with Messrs. Platt and Bowers to
From overview of
then put in the orchard white and a. general the the Dock's branch and Bluefield drive their cattle out of Palm Beach "
hake welL This makes a quarter catalogue is evident that the State pens. The drouth has delayed this county at. the same time they' are .
pint of the very beat lemon skin C liege for Women is one of the leading work several weeks, but recent rains driving their own. It is the plan 61 ., "
whitener and complexion beautifier women colleges in the country have enabled them to rush this workto these men to keep only a few pen "
known. Massage thla* fragrant,' It has the following divisions College completion.. cows at Indian Town and remove all
creamy lotion dallv into the face,neck!:, After the marking and branding is others from Palm Beach county until J
arms and hands and just see how of Arts and Sciences, School of completed, Messrs. Bowers and Platt the county is released from the quarantine
freckles, tan, sollowness, redness and Education and Normal School; School plan'on commencing moving all cat of the cattle tick. It is under. '
roughness disappear and how smooth of Home Economics; School of M4sicl: tle in Palm Beach county which stood that if all cattle are removed lr
oft and,clear the akin becomes. Yes], School of Art; School of Expressionand range north ,of the. St.:; Lucie canal from any range for a period of six .
It is harmless, and the beautiful! results -' into St. Lucie and Okeechobee coun or seven months that the cattle tick .
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will surprise you. Physicial Education Business ties. These men state they will be can thus be eradicated by the star. '
w.s.. ,--. Department;; Extension Division. able to complete this work in about vation method. After'the release from .. 1
If actually knew that by buying All these department. offer thorough five weeks. A contract has been let quarantine of this county then the A
only you those things you absolutely- courses under the direction of able. for the building of a fence extending cattle which are brought ,back'must
from Lake Okeechobee be twice II
eastward to dipped during a seven-day
needed and your"1Javing'8Into faculties.
by putting
the Allapatta Flats, on the north period in a certain strength of arsenical ., 'I
could
War \
Savings Stamps 7 you'Take the The staff, including teachers and county line, a distance of twelve and solution under official supervi / .
save lives, would do it "
you officers, is composed of 65 men and one half-miles. It is understood this I
word of the President! that do sion.Tick
save I lives when do this. you women. The enrollment"in"the ,win. contract :has been let for $40 per- mile. eradication will bring great '.\,'"',.....
you
ter term of 1917-18 was'9/ to Three yeah aro.a similar contract returns for the investment to indi- ",
was let for the building of a fence I vidual cattle. owners as well as to
I this be' added'that of the, Summer extending from the Loxahatchee to Palm Beach'county. One of the most

I L The Scott House I school for teachers and the short Indian Town, known as the Skipper prominent cattle men of this county
iTr course in Home Economics, the total fence, at $22 per mile,* some differenceIn I stated recently that tie was through .
enrollment was 951. The student the cost of labor in three years. with the scrub piney-woods cow. It
4" MRS M.A.CLARK Prop. Another' contract has been let for the takes less feed for the better breeds "
HendersonYille N G body represents practically, every building of a pasture fence near Pine j''I and the cattle men are going to take .
NON-SKID TIRES
county in the state. stand'slough, which will be used ai''.advantage of this fact.--stuart .Mes FISK
rest There are nine buildings on. the a hold-up pasture for the cattle .aenger.. .
campus when the' new Education I 'T A investment
c
Building now under construction! is FLORIDA TO SAVE $2.000.000 .. STABTED YOUR BERMUDA PLOT --- '

completed. The college also' operatesa YEARLY IN FREIGHT RATES Mid-Summer.-the Time to Plant on which you realize
to the
largeufarm: supply dining
-
A MI This Good Pasture Grass
room with milk and vegetables, thus Tallahassee," Fla.,. July 1. There full value in

,.. elApSONVlIIrCIUID( reducing:,j the cost of living on.. the I, will be general. rejoicing in Florida What about your Bermuda pasture T mileage
'when it is learned that through the Do you have one? It 1 is a valuable ..
campus." Torts of the Florida railroad commission adjunct to the livestock business and
and Fisk Service
It Is be noted that all these irr
to
STurnert good .
in' having some of the provisions every, farmer should have a sized ,
ESTABLISHfiouse high' grade facilities are offered ata of order No. 28 rescinded, the plot of grass for summer and fall '

SEED ''Very low cost, making it possible peoPle of Florida will save In freight grazing. And right'now is the, best with an initial price
.IffAttk fLOR/LA'' for every Florida girl to get a first charges something like $2,000,000. time of the year to start the grass, ,
4.
class education. Florida of- annually. says John M. Scott of the"University
ad n.uuwlq, college? Never since the creation of the of Florida experiment station. bthat is attractive.
!(MY MI!!NN len her daughters' the very best. commission has a harder and ,a more Bermuda is undoubtly one of the :

W.I.8 systematic fight been waged than best pasture grasses we have in Flor-
1' RAIN$LD C DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE wasM-carrie on by the members of ida, says Mr. Scott. A great many '
SENDS FOOD TO HOSPITAL the' coTfimission. While. some additional farmers do not want Bermuda grass '
modifications are being con on their farms because it is so hardto Osceola Motor Co.. J,

Surplus food and vegetables from tended for,. Order No. 28 as put in by get rid of when they wish to shift ..
the'Arlington Experiment Farm of the federal) railroad administrator the pasture to the other land. That Is
5 the Department of Agriculture are hall been modified practically as suggested true of every good pasture < 1 i'' L; being taken care of by the war relief by the commission. it were not hard to eradicate the
: association of the department and While the 25 per cent Increase will grass would not stand pasturing.To .
sent to the Walter Reed Hospital go into effect, until the commission get a rood stand of Bermuda it >
.
.- : A Washington for convalescent soldiers. made a. fight to'have them changed, will be found necessary to plow the '
s The products are picked by volunteers -'! increases on certain commodities varied land. Planting can be best done by
from. the department who 110': from 25 to as high 700 per cent. using roots and stems. Cut the Ber- a \. ,
. out to the farm after office hours in In a signed statement issued today muda roots into small pieces with.a
the afternoon. Several thousand by the Florida commission, they extend hoe or share spade. The roots can '
a y.I quarts of; fresh strawberries, cher- thanks to Sens. Trammell and then be dropped in the bottom of the / G''
ries, currants and gooseberries have Fletcher, Smith of' South Carolina, furrow and covered with the next fur ,
4 already been sent to the hospital. and Guion Louisiana, for assisting row.' Whether every furrow or every '
rat During July and August the productswill in having Order No. 28 modified. third furrow should be planted will : f
,be canned in the department's ..1_-,,"...S. -= depend on the area of the land to be '. NOTICEThe I
kitchens and turned over to the hospital planted and on the supply of 'rootsavailable ',f. t. ,
AIR SERVICE NOW OPEN .
for winter use. for planting. If a large ',... .
w. s.s. FOR ENLISTMENT area is to be planted and the supplyof : r:

CSM&OAZINE Mra.,.Bums' Letter. roots is limited drop>> the roots in F ,i_'Ef'L"i; ; ", ).'

Here is. a.letter that Is certain to Jacksonville 27.-The"world- every second or third furrow. ; '. ',0
in After planting, give the .
living grass
prove" interest to people "
known Air Service National is "t
?_. of this sort Army some care and attention.' Too many "
this vicinity, as cases occur undersigned owners of large tracts "
300 ARTClI5"3oO'TuClJSTBATION5BETTER in almost every neighborhood now,,open for enlistment to qualifiedmen believe that the pasture does not re'an ,
this interesting
should know what to do in who care for particular ire it; in other words, that the ,
s and like people circumstances: branch of the fighting forceof ture,will take car of itself. A pasture pas-' of land in Osceola County berebY. serve no.
.
the united State. Those who desire -
Savannah, Mo., Oct. 12, 1916i when given good care and some I II' '
"I used a bottle of Chamberlains aviation service, should apply by 'cultivation and fertilization, will pro. tics on all persons now using tllelrunf .nced', I'
THANEVER letter to the Chief of Military Aero- I'duce much'more feed than when
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy about 'left
nautics, Washington, D. C., for the :
nine years ago and it cured me of which will to take care of itself. lands 'for 'pasturagepurposes, that they
flux (dysentery). I had another attack necessary authority enable Do not overlook the pasture at any h
ISc a copy of the came complaint '.some them to present station themselves for to time. It is very important during a should make arrangements to provide other '

Al Year New*.*.ler three or four years ago and a few listment.the nearest recruiting' ,: en- drouth to see that the pasture is not ,,1 r',.1/1'/ '"' ., i' : '. ,'. i .,', .,.,.
doses ,of this remedy cured me. I grazed too close. Much care 'in this ," '
+ YoarlyStsbscrlptlon$1.50t The branches .,pastures or. ranges !forilhelr,8tock.on or before
; following : .
.
recommended Chamberlain'sColic regard'will be necessary until a good ., "
have Cava " '" "
for oar tutvt fr..cot.Popular for voluntary enlistment: sod has been established. ".
dozens
t of mechanical too** and Diarrhoea Remedy to infantry; field artillery, coast -artillery .September 1st, 1918.
Disk; the Bermuda sod or '
of people since I first used it. once : ,.
Mechanics Magazine- ..,-i "'. s. II.'--- engineers and ...quartermastercorps. twice a year. Do this when there is .
el N.rtfc BUcMcM A"_.., c....... I Serve abroad or serve at home. plenty of moisture in the ground and .
.. Buy War Savings Stamps.; The following 'named men have the stand will be improved. Also, rzAfter: said] date the undersigned owners ,,. '.
been for' service follows
:
accepted as
give a light dressing of rtilizer
---- -- -- ------- - --.--- -- Truman Hill, Grand Ridge Fla.,
; .two or three times a year. their assigns or licensees may at any ;
Hall Pensacola Fla. El-
George D. ; w...a.-----

HAVE used Dr. Caldwell's Syrup bert Gade W.W.Farmer Davie, St.Dowling Cloud,Park Fla.; Fla.WilLiam ; .1 HAVY+ COLLECTING>)>>HO- tittieXfetice_ and' utilize their lands, necessitatlng :i ,

J- R. Cowart Winter Garden Fla. TOGRAPHS OF MENLOST .
Pepsin and find it effective ; -
.almost Evan Cherry, Ormond Fla.; JosephK. IN SERVICE immediate removal of live stock now a

3' and pleasant laxative-one that is worth recommending Allen, Graceville, Fla.; Eugene C. .
Hoffner, Pine Castle, Fla.' James L. Through the'' Bureau of Navigationthe grazing thereon without further .otlce.

to one's friends. I know that my Finley, CenturyFla..; Edward C. Navy Department la now collect 4 '
Wilmot, Welaka, -FJa.' Joseph J.
f health has been greatly improved' since Johnson Alma, Ga.; Herbert' F. Co- ing photographs of all men of the ,
bert Mobile Ala.; William M.. Cook, service who have lost their lives in I
Investment M
Security Company i
i using1 it. . Miami, Fla.; John D. Bell, Pensacola, the service against the enemy. To ;.

From a Utter to Dr. Caldwell written Fla.; Graham S. Vinson, Pensacola, perpetuate the memory of these men
(Mi. Alice Lombard, 22 Boy lit on St.by\:, I Fla.; Edward II. Lee, Pensacola, Fla.; who have made the sacrifice their Florida Interstate Land Company :
Mars Allen O. Bowman, Branford, Fla.; ,
Springfield, J
t Frank A. Macom"er, Tampa, Fla., pictures are to be preserved in the

were sent to camp at Fort Screven, various training stations of the coun Consolidated Land Company ., :" '
Ga. and R. Moore Starke, ;
Aubrey try Secretary Daniels has requested
Fla.; Kirby Glnsburg. Tampa, Fla;, t
Dr. Caldwell's that these photographs be sent to ,I
I ., were sent to Camp Johnston, Fla.
w.a.a. i ..1 the Department by the,, next of kin. j" ,.
As rapidly these pictures are
YOU AND. OUR CASUALTY LIST as ;J \ .
Syrup Pepsin received copies are made and the

Have you noticed our casualty list originals returned to the owners. A .
,
recently Do you realize that nearly photograph of each man is.then forwarded ;
.: The Perfect Laxative 8,300 of our boys have been killed or to the training station where B fteiCiops' !
wounded the Hun. e
or captured by he began his career in the aervioe. ,
Deaths in action and; from wounds
'i, Sold by Druggists Everywhere and accidents amount to more than There, a memorial gallery of honoror

3,300. The list grows with the days a hero's corner is :formed so that
,r 50 cts. (Ga;:r.:) $1.00 and will grow more quickly as the for all time the faces of the men Heavy yields of high class products an sea .J! ;r romary

number creases. of the boys in action. in' of the Navy who have made'the sp- tG bring a Iq set profit to the I'ower. ne v5 ;

A mild, pleasant-tasting combination of simple laxative' The casualty list makes :you more preme sacrifice may be' honored by "IJIMI' record for such results bas beau held for i :),. i
the of the future sent to the .
readily understand, perhaps, why the youths
YA herbs with pepsin. Brings relief without griping or government and those humanitarian station for training. the lad qaarter-aaq bT 1i 1

o other discomfort. A trial bottle can be obtained free of call agencies incessantly connected'for with financial war support.work l Relatives'' of the men who have . .

charge by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 458 Washington Funds are needed to keep the ,men been lost in the present war who Ideal Fertilizers .
equipped, to keep them.properly fed, have not received requests for pictures +CS.ad
s Street; Monticello, Illinois. to keep them cheered up.. to give are asked to mail them to. the
N them everything they should have Department: for, this memorial. All for' our Free Boob 011 aD commercial f

-- and as quickly as possible, ao that the pictures should, be securely wrapped Crops of florida J also our spray CataIop__

'Get Your Job Printing'.from the Valley GazetteSacks casualty of list the may lack not of be anything.;increased;. And because after they;'have been marked with Special advice. gladly,,_ghee. .

e. do not forget that the number of men the name, branch of service and t '
who ,must be provided for increases training station the young 'men entered tr. r
each day, which means the need, of '
after enlistment. These shouldbe
.. WilaoD sit Toomer Fertilizer Cotersburg
more and more support from you. -
addressed to the ,Recruiting Division
You are asked to pledge
for Castor 'BeansNew self to save now to the utmost of your-your Bureau of Navigation, Navy '4. Mha:' Ides, FerbTiz ri. f cur w

i ability and to buy W. S. 8. thai there Department. :Washington D. Q When irunuzc *
.IacbonDe. i1:. ;
may be more money, labor,' and materials copied, the photograph will be returned -
: Second with which to back tip those to the sender -with one 'of .
or ,Hand Bags, who flrht and die for'yon. Wihen yon .r .
do this be to remember that in the copies. -
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1 for Prices- being allowed to do it you are rranted w. e.s.-_ % ..rraA ,

,.t, y'" a great favor.. Other give their MASON'S PURCHASE-HOTEL' .

: Southern States Bag-'Co.t lives.. FOR HOME AND ,ORPHANAGE- .. -
fi ; last Tuesday. .OuMM. nit DOM Not dfif tfcillie
,1." ,Acting for the Florida! grand lodge TLia propertywill *,
I ) ": "K;'' : iJseksoavf.'FIi, .. ,,theta'sTaatel..k ehJll Tool*- of Masons, Grand; : Master'T- Piston be used'sa a-Masonic' borne and .....01 Ita _lit .... taa.d..epl. "' '
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of. .vfcmllty and MMtsr br, puftrte' cod In.
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Y't, : : -. . . rfchhtstk* ....... y.._eon............... Warlow :formally Atoole over the Orphanage' ; and the"Consideration" :! q V.d apd sop. gasbe aloe paw lb.an- -tv ;.

......lBvt oradBs WbeU' fHoeete, Southland; hotel property'at: In..p, was. 70000.. ......... laf ... a1R w.. .oao ,J0e. '
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KISSmilCE'VALLEY,:'GAZETTE, FRIDAY, JULY 12.;: '1916 ....." --,; SEVEN a

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B; Crawford . Ie JarreD] I flan are: Iowa '$lS9d,000,000; Illinois the State of 'Florida, a a14111" at. t NOTICE Or APPuOAT. rOR'TAX'i '

,, CRAWFORD ft JARRELLATTORNETSATLAW 'I RUMINATIONS OF JI JIIf Fl.266,000.000; Texas $1,046,000,000; 1 Coateivllle more than, alxtr State,day of *.: rl..I-; : .' for; DJIIID --
,REX Missouri $947.000,000; Ohio the application for thla order of publication Notice I. ...robi.ft: that Tt. K.
000 Nebraska $774,000,000<< ;$861.000'-j and that ahe IS over the age rouirht.oa. .. -purchaser of Tax Certincate* 1
,t Qttkesi 4 .B 8L. and 7 Citizens $76 ,OOO.OOQ; Kansas, $735.000,000; Of twenty-one years. N 440 and SIT, dated tit* .th day tIC
Aced It farther appearing oy the 1 ,
an& July A. D. ha Sled
said
eertlfloate ,
i BuildingFlorid In the 60's,when we were shncrude'undeveloped open they would do us all the .harm I New York $700.000 000 Minnesota said affidavit appended to the bill In my UHI..., and ha mad application i
-&'tJr--" ..,.. pie! ,- nation, doing they oould.thefefore a good strong F646.000.000; Pennl\.ni.\ $636,000-' flied In the above-atated cause 'that for tax deed'to issue In aocordiuic .,
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i 000 Georgia Farmer A Mechanic National Bank with law. Bald' certlaesteaembrace '
\ -'= small with'the home be needed lathe future ; $605,000,000; Wisconsin of PhoenlzTllle, Pennsylvania, a Nat.
things in a way questlon guard may California the following described property
$698.000.0001' $575.000- tonal Banking Corporation orcanlaedand
I ltuat4 In
peoeola County JTloT-
L' Oft.'W. W. CARSON 1 iG yet' undetermined whether "we ,i 000; Michigan $$534,000,000' Kentucky ezletlnaunder the National Bank Ida to-wlti .

; .. (; DENTIST were tAl be, one nation or two we On occasion-of. a 'recent visit $629,000,000.PINELI45 .. I named Act. one I. a of Qn-rldnt the defendant of the therein State Block Lot Iff 11 In of the Block Town liT of and St. Lot Cloud.'I la ;
..t, .Office Mr Pill.yBnudingOfftes could wag the mightiest>>; war opto to Mr. John Drawdy's we bad the COUNTY w. s of Florida, and J. a realdent of PhoenIzvllle. The .14 l land being aaaaed-a4 the ,
GUAR State of
."..*MJPa- .*.Uour.t1.ItS R.Md.no.'Ph.ae.eAdaeinlaI.r.d *. 1. 4 hat; time and Issue :from it with nat.v.ral pleasure' of meeting Mr; Lou Lanier GET' J3.0M FROM COUNTY It I* therefore. ordered-that Pennarlvanla the *alddefendant ; late In the of names the Issuance of W. of H.said, Sexton eertlnoat and O. '

>wis for BxtraatlMi 9l pow.r,what cmnjwe not do today md his handsome adopted dul'hter.Mlal . above named to appear be and to theyare the hall W. HonTman.be redeemed Unless according said ertlfleate t. s
TthJr. when a united people and with Lou gave "us a good sound, com The County Guard received an appropriation bill of complaint: : died In said oau* tax: deed will Issue thereon on the ISth law.
D on or before Monday the (th day ofAU"u.t day ot July A. D. "1(. J,
of spirit talk which appreciated of $3,000 from the county ,
immeuurabl.OW'e'M., our mon place we : .. A. D. 1111. otherwise the al- JT. L. OVBR8TBBMT. ,'r
;,., LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW ,b right and our purpose la steadfast. Things may look gloomy for the future commissioners when they net in l..atlon_.... of said bill will be taken. a. (Seal) Clerk. Circuit Court.
Clearwater yesterday. Major Lew B. cont by'''* said defendant __ Ooeeo" County P'oridn.
... Reports from the United States but-we,must look on>the bright Brown presented.the case for the local It I. further ordered that thla order By 0. BULLOCK. D. C.. 17.&
b. published one a wek for four conecutlv -
\- Agricultural Department failed to side of the cloud to'where the silverlining military organization, citing week In the KIlromee Valley NOTICB
. Waring Building.i foretell the hard times crisis that : ,exists. We are rapidly proving among the benefits derived the preliminary Gaaette. a newspaper published ur ADMINISTRATOR
In said County sad Stats.Thl. Flmal IMsekarce)
1" I our alarmists are' predicting. They ourselves to be the strongest nation training men had received lt day 'of July. A. D. 111. I. C..r44P..ff. C+mmtr ...._ State .*
',Fat efcnton G. P.' Oarri before entering the regular army (SEAL) J. L. OVBRSTRBBT. ........ ota Cvairy. '
thousand
of the to three
hare.
i say 'that the farmers planted a II globe go which enabled many to receive com Clerk Circuit Court. 1m r* Batate .f William" Weekarlyi
JOHNSTON It GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW record crop, 23,000,000 acres more miles to our enemy to fight' him, missions. The money will largely' be KRtRBS A STEED, Notice I. hereby given to all whom
Sollolter for Complainant I4t It may concern that on the aoth day
of the'leading food crop than in 1916, is, as the Cracker says, 'somethingelse used to buy ammunition and additional of September. A. D. 1111.1.1 shall applr'
Ice 0...... Ce..... State of Florida. Seveath to the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge }J
St.
than before and the wisdom that Has been equipment.- Petersburg .
Offices larger ,
10, 11 and 12 CltUens Baal a acreage ever Jeidlelal t........ OercolaComwty of said Court. a* Judge of Probate, for k
\ i ,+ Building planted in the, history of the nation displayed by our President' and Congress Times.'W.' .a. s.... my final discharge a. Admlnlstrater of
.r ''r VT", Klsslmm*.. Fla. and produced larger crops of most gives us the assurance that Subscribe for the Gazette, $2 yearly. IN CKANCKRr.. the estate;, and of that William at the Weckerly.same time deceased -I
,
I wheat.: ..Whether provisions will be made after the war will present to said Court my final accounts ,
products except .. .
Martha May' MrrriaateB, Trm ee al Administrator of said caiater= ;
conditions have been all that could be la over to procure peace' ttanquility for Freak; R. ....... .... c._....- and. ask for their approval. ,
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days I .... Dated Und April. A. D. 161$.
desired, and from the general appearance and safety At J orne. Let's hold on to DratftUu refund manmt If PAZO OINTMENT f.Utocmlichlnt. VS.Jmmtrm A. B. DROUOHT. i,
do not he's home secretary Blind Bleeding oc Protrodln PUM.lutaotlv f. O'Berrr aad Kll.abeth W.nllrrrr. l.-lam'nio. Administrator.
of the general our Joe our
C FBBPIEB crop relieve Itchlni PUe*. mat you c.otet hla wife, ... ...... A. T H7. ,
mm} believe this country will fall behind.' w. a. ssMARKgriNG I restful deep after th* ant dcn. PriraeOo.LEGAL Drfeaidaaita. NOTira OP ADMINISTRATOR
HOGS Per Sisal nuraara-e) '
Our men of wealth have nobly sustained beats burying them. Steve Hoover, It appearing by 'affidavit appended I*> C.... of c..ty ......... Slate efFlorida.
in financial 'sense and to the bill flied In the above-atated arre4a. reeatf.
us a ADVERTISEMENTS
a Mt. Pleasant- Iowa writes, "Com cause that g'ela,7d.: : one of the la re Estate .C Fred Dealt '
SELLS with our farmers backing them with menced .feeding my herd of about 100hol' defendant I. a nonresident Notice I* hereby given to all whom
of the State of Florida, and It may concern that on t'|* Seth dayof
will Thomas' Powder
heir products: Osceola county B..A. Hog over ORDER'Oil' PUBLICATION I I. a resident of.St. Louie. Slat of Mlourl. .- September. A. D. 1116, I shpll
Life certainly\ 'do her share toward. doing two months ago. Fifty were sick and .whoM pot office adieus I* Ful. to' the-Honorabl T. M. Murnrr. .apply .
Fire, Accident and. off feed. Nearby herds had cholera. !. lie rirralt Cvvrt .f the "e.eJudicial .t.. lerton Bulltflna' St. Louis, Missouri of laid Court, a* Judge Probster, for
the German. Clrralt .f Ike Stat .( and. he I the of twentyoneyear
over are my final Adml*ltratorot
I.did not lose one-they' are well andgrowing ,..
FI.rldsa.d 01. It la therefore ordered that said r".re-
; th.
estate.of -eaaed8
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Health, Plate Glass, Liability Rex was on the street one night fast.Waters & Carson Coaaty !. C..ry. non-r .ldent defendant be ana he I* and that, at the same Desk will present .
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witnessing the awaltward aquad drill Grocery,Co. hereby required.to appear to' the bill to said Court: my final aooount b
and Boiler Insurance. fine + w. ... .a. -- R.'' P. ......... Ct malalaaa" of complaint: lied.I'A said cause on or a* Administrator of said. estate, and
: of the Home' Guard. They are a VIt. before Monday day of August, ask for.their approval '
of and appeared to CENTER OF AGRICULTURAL Mr*. CatkrrlK. C..Kelp sad F...... A. D. 1D18. otherwise the allegations Dated April find. A. D. Ids.
looking body men M.I. National Da.k.1 I'ke.dxrltl. .- of said bill will be taken as contestedby THOUGHT
PRODUCTION IN ILLINOIS
A. IB.
Legal Bonds Executed . ... .... .. .
be:doing just what we did once-trying .71. .. o N.tl. said defendant.It It-lamCmo. A4mtnl.tr.'or.
-- n.akl.g: (.'.1'.11... Defraa'aalB... I. further ordered that. this orderbe .
Same Needed. ( by looking down to avoid stepping The center of agricultural production published once a week for four '
Day on' the forwadr ''m n'. heels. I of-the United States accordingto FORECLOSURE MORTGAGES consecutive week In the Klsslmmee Lame ShonUer.
1 Oaiette- newspaper publishedIn This aliment Is usually,caused :br
the of the and animal
value seta
I1 remember a day when our orderly crop It appearing; by affidavit appended t In County and State.
products for 1917, is in west central to the bill (lied In the- abov-tated 1st day A. H. 18IS. rheumatism of the muscles. All,that
OFFICE: V State Ban Bolldlig '. sargeant, drilling a squad one of them Illinois as shown by a'diagram' just] cause that Mrs. Catherine 'C. Kulp, one (.SEAL) Clerk- is needed is absolute rest and aJ few
of the defendant therein named. I I.-a Circuit Court.
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would look down direct'oppo..- issued by the department of agriculi resident of Klsalmmee.' Oaceola. coun. KR1BB3 A STEED applications of CihamberiaiD'a Lini
Uon to.orders. Finally! ''.the,' sergeant ture. The states of ,greatest produce ty. FlorIda., but has been absent from Solicitor for Complainant. S-4t ment. Try: it.

I became Impatient and.saw5ee beret, ,
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J."W. mOMPSOltFu'nerat Donald, 'if you$ quit looking down
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and look equallyat the back of Hen '

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let Our''you young know."lady who. manages' .the ." F CITRUS BXCMANO A :.

Taylor store on Mabbette street still r t

EMBALMER continues to give perfect satisfaction
LICENSED '
s to'her many customers. The Fennell ...

store is about 'closed, put The few ,
Store and Chapel. Stewart An. fragments that remain hardly intice '
You Can Get More for Your Good and
"- m..I...*.. Fl*. a man to give them a call. ,This Oranges Grapefruit
leaves the Taylor store with the full f .

f; street to contend with and the' -people By }Becoming a Member of the Florida Citrus Exchange i
: M. TILLER on Mabbette street, are as well ableto '. ,
support such a store as any other

M Real Estate Agency I i side street in the city of Kissimmee.Two Just entering upon its tenth marketing season, the But the Florida Citrus Exchange never has gone far '

.'. : Irishmen were travelling'overthe Florida Citrus Exchange a truly cooperative nonprofit wrong as errors were quickly corrected and steps. ".

'.'. Realty bought and sold., '
Houses rented. near' ,a. pl.ce.mere, liquor was' 'sad than ever before to secure' for; its members higher the organization has been improved and perfected'until

both wanted a drink awfully bad,but prices than their. fruit would bring but.for its existence. it hits reached a high, degree of emd cy.. ,
; TSJKM paid and Titles verified ..
had no money to bay with. Mike and f

''p or aton.:resident6.p . < Pat were their names, Mike caughta Coming into the field at a time when conditions were Season in and season out basing comparisons on fruit d

; Fire. Life and' Accident Iabdemnity :* frog and told Pat just how to manage demoralized and Florida.,citrus growers at the mercy of of like quality Exchange members have had better returns -, I

i i' '\ranutce. ; Mike carried the frog in to the! speculative marketing agencies, the Exchange had to' than outside growers. Good oranges and grapefruit .' ..' '

Bonds. saloon keeper and told him that he fight its way to success. Mistakes were made of carefully graded and packed, sold under the m

....... .......0. ... ........ had caught. a bird.' "Bird that's' no course-they were"Inevitable because human beings Sealdsweet trade mark are at a premium. in most :'

bird" was the reply ''it'. a frog." ,"i. ,,' ,', (were. charge. .. of its operations. of the leading markets of the country.. .' ...','II,";'. I''

Mike insisted that it was a birdso, f!'" .. .j,>" -.",,..1.' ., .' .,, \, "j."; ; >",\,' I '
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) ouR MEATS they bet f quart of liquor and agreedto J ;';'l"" ..1.: ;';0. ," -":. ;'. \" t i il
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eame' In \/ ; ''YOM WiIlll'-- for Just How Much Your Crop of Fruit is SeM
ARe WELL KEPT allow' the first, one that L. .,., : ,' f2, "::, J\\
'1 aBV to decider .Pat .. '
, btfrcHtR3A0EDT! .. and Mike held up the frog nnd said and Every Cent 'of the Returns Will be Fully Accounted For tt i." r" T ..
call ,
''i"i '"' Qom'! "I say stranger what do you' f fAll
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*: this?" "Faith," said Pat, "It's a the books and records of the Florida Citrus ,ExComplete audits of the books of the community'ast

; iI' bird!". The saloonkeeper fearing contend he change are open to inspection by'its members. Each sociations of the Sub-Exchanges and of the central j

T had two 'Wild Irishmen to and every car< of fruit sold is accounted for in such offices of the ,,Florida Citrus '''Exchange are made by ,
' t'f' with gave Mike the quart of whiskeyand manner as' to show just what it brings whenwhere disinterested experts at frequent intervals. The hand.' I

I' the two wont on their' way. re and to whom sold, and exactly what amounts are deling of all monies is in the hands of bonded employees. :

A :BUTCHER wno joicing.. ducted for selling charges. 4
The 'following letter wo offer forpublication Every safeguard is placed around the growers interests I
4 KNOWS HIS BUSINESSIs : The management' of the Exchange is chosen! by the when they become members of the Florida I

m.charg. of this market. He Macon, Ga., June 28th 1918 members. Each one has a voice in the conduct of the Citrus Exchange and in all its history they have lost

' purchases only the finest meats My Dear Old Friend: affairs of the organization: Through a system of Sub- nothing through dishonesty. Each, grower has re-'<

and handles .them in a ''manner Well Charlie' the little Charlie Exchanges and local associations the control of the ceived the proceeds of the sales of his fruit less stated I

r II that Insures their Irelhneu 'when you used to pet when you was hereis body is kept in the hands of growers who are members. selling charges.' .
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you welcome th.m to your home. sure a soldier. He enlieed,before . . 4-, .4
I Oar unfailing courtesy and honest the draft and they packed him off to 3A-

S'' f., methods appeal to folks. who believe England and from there to the'front You Can Save Considerable Money; Equipment and SuppliesBy ... two

: in We failed to hear from him for'iome.tlbie "

k' of quality getting goods.their money's.worth and thought for sure that some Purchasing These Through the Exchange Supply Company '?Jt
:
r thing'! had happened but when he I I

I X11; wrote we found that'the very thing Not only does the Florida Citrus Exchange obtain, better For instance'thercrate'situation,- which for
i happened that we.didnt expect. He prices for the fruit of its members than they could secure If it years has been one of increasing gravity to citrus growers, has '
City Market writes that th.ey charged the Germans were not in the marketing field and account to them in full for been the subject of persistent: work on the part of the Exchange I
, if and came face to face with them. He every cent of the money but It saves them large sums on grove Supply Company with the result that members of the Exchange
";. says a German officer of some kind supplies by the economies of buying; and selling in'quantities. now. are assured crates and protected against unfair pr.ces. I

-.1 struck at him with his sword but his For convenience.and of this
greater efficiency operation There is every reason to bellev that hi the very near fu -
1 MlNOL. 040sC. ...!o......... bayonet' drill came Into play .and he branch of the business is conducted by the Exchange ? ture the savings to members of the Florida Citrus Exchange on i I I ,_ q
thought 'of it' just-in' 'toward'oi'' -Company-owned.and. managed.by members of the ,, Flora equipment bought through the Exchange Supply Company will '
,, Citrus.exchange. Every form of equipment and all kinds of equal'if not exceed the selling charges of the Exchange, giving
; % GRIFFIN, the blow, and then with a right reverse are handled though most attention is paid to the members the benefit of its ..ntce' n marketing their crops al
I" ; turn, semi-circular'he,'he sent articles on which the greatest savings are to be made. practically no cost .

a his bayonet through'the' officer's bo fI
< 'Staple,and Fancy'' dy and left the'whole thing right I

there and picked up 'another rifle; He You Can Profit by the New, Markets; and the Increased Demand ....

j'' 'i i ; says'' the Germans retreated )In bad r !

; :' '( GROCERIES& j< order after: and them his_ which regiment'made sent them a volley scoot which the Florida Citrus Exchange is all ,the Time Developing ,

; I Free Delivery to all Part. like'. good'fellows', The idea of our "
]' The Florida Citrus Exchange does not 'market fruit in a 'You can profit *rom".u,<*... things.. by becoming a member .!
'I a: :of the City' little Charlie doing such a thing, as hap-hasard manner.' Its sales department daily i. in telegraphic of the Florida Citrus Exchange. Your fruit will return yon I'
'g/ > that Well he, was not to awfully communication with every Important, market center. Fruit is more money yon will know just what it sells. for and you' can
1..... ..+........0..0.... strong, but he was ,sure quick with sent only to places where the renditions of supply' and demand save on your purchases of; supplies. So long as your fruit is "r
the boxing-'gloves.' Indicate that Jt will bring' rices assuring growers fair returns not marketed by' the Exchange you are losing money that you
,
on their Investment and ,labor; have earned by ,bard'work.
We'were t .
pleased with the description .
GOOOTOTHE LAST DROP of the section of Florida you live Consumer"demand Is increased by intelligent and'persistent' ,' I

Inl; pleased with' the send .advertising and new markets are opened up through personal Don't;sell your fruit until yon are absolutely sure the price I
i paper you
work. Thla.season in anticipation of enlarged: production of offered you is'a.high as the conditions Juitify. Whether or !1.,
MflXWELLCOFFEE vaf and will try to plan for a trhpthere grapefruit and after exhaustive investigation of the causes for not you are ready to Join the Exchange, find out what are theacts I
next season. .This.) terrible::war this fruit bringing lower' prices than oranges, much special work / as to the market dispose of your oranges and .

keeps us im a.:stew all the time.. will be done to popularise it., grapefruit- >'-for your goodyfruf t what it; is worth. .,.-..

Your sincere friend, : For more detailed Information, application blanks eta, write the Florida Citrus f5

.WIWJAM RAY Exchange,' Citlsens Bank and Trust Company :Building, Tampa,. Florida call onL.

k The democratic rooter':is still l loyal r. A. IIAKES Manager .
: Orange County Citrus Sub-Exchange Orlando Fla.
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I and Is decidedly in favor of the Horn l

Guard company. Ha'thtkiitshowi ,.:'

that all our available men'are, ,more :

r J....,. ASK YOUR CROCER or,less interested in the &'OOd..nd ..
r tV
welfare! of pur: nation .and,.they 'can crTRUS '- :

.' .,: :: \Grove'*'TMteleMchW Tolie.: .'i be:'prepared 'for an. eme 'genet..caltat _
the whk* trassripq time and should.these,
?(- Malarial snas are : any lnf.rnaIr 'J ,
lib>ta e blopvrtteMalariaMowtotto., J'rIce'a+ .1 i _
find the
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T .
es goes direct to the relief.etf. ;. have.very good directions for re-
gry as soon' as .received.. these socks,, and VU1 be glad -

will,be placed wltbiar.eh''d' .send them. to the pec''oIfte&al, ,

Osceola Hardware Co. Next*,meeting;'will.be',held Director.Woman's Work or "

July KM*., ,. of General Supplies 'In ,

: . ,' o The following letter. wee i. .Chapter) for distribution! among -Sale I. !
I V by the acknowledging, ; knitters.:, : Big Shoe

( Located'm Klsslmmee's vice and giving the .eLI..... Again, frequently\ : ,there are knob _
names of 'the children the inside of the foot.. This will!
BUSIEST CORNER 514 Market Street, 'June do, and 'can be overcome by: spite, ,
Mrs. G.. W.'Best,. .. the threads together 'when it'' is

.. ,' ' jKissimmee, Fla., ' to' piece them. ,It la 1m-
: Dear Mr*. B.sti, ...for a'aoldier to weara Jock. BEGINNING
Oat-third of ew lives .ti peat i Im bed. It is reasonable>> to suppose I acknowledge ,with many, knots Inalde., I*

.'',dial wt sbonU Lave a c "ortabl..attr... to re.t.... Try one of :oar your letterof 'June 26th Remember the proper dimension

"p ride of Florida" or some otter equally rood kin' Remember also your cheque for the support the sock and be' sure to see that Saturday July 13thand

tlat'our Fornitnre Department is very complete 1 la all lines. orphans of the war,' in their are correct before handing over y
''i,' for a period of six months. to die Chapter.for.shipment! ,
,. extend my thanks to 'Mra. Foot from edge to heel of toe, 11 to
It does beatali wbat a demand there LaiLeealor Frait Jarst W.'.. also, for her generosity and, inches long, about 4 inches wide at For Two Weeks

sold mere than ever before in one season Right along wita ILea we're it is such generosity ,as ) Leg from bottom of heel, Continuing: :

old lots of enameled ware to cook tie fruit i... Hooter would certain i.I i. Mra., Jacob's that makes: Jt' 14 inches long and 4 inches

I ly be delighted if be knew bow tkrifty oar Kissimmee housewives are. For ua to go on 'rdtit.the :
l Is a tangible evidence of ' Every Chapter should have a' pair Come to our store and get a pair of- ss

pnthy"'-fot brave and .sock form., 'which are quite inex '
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--' Hare you seen oar Kiddie Kars,.with red heels and yellow body? France. Enclosed ftnd Trea on' which to dry socks for standard shoes-the kind you all ,

If your little chap bad one bo would make it sip, and there would be a receipt. The names'and pair should be carefullywashed :

red and yellow streak all around your place., Try it and see., children' are: shipping. You would all be? know about-at a reduced price.
For Mrs: Jacob ) if you could see the dozens of

Those this week drove windows. Marin Compiler, born filthy socks that come in.. All' fresh merchandise
beavy rains through a food many new -every
1910, Reauville, LaDrome, Fold each pairtogether, letting the ,
How about letting os/urnub glass to stop all such accidents? .
For Mothers-Teachers: Club: come at the heel Tack together
.Alice'Decret,. born Sept 13th leg end foot about an inch pair offered is a.. decided bargain. "
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'WHAT.OUR OFFICE.... DOO"THiNKS. 3hateaune'ub. de Galaure, la end -of toe.
France. We ,shall gladly mail sample pair
safeguarded
A fool be
,' I. cannot. \ The children' look and..long any Chapter that. desires It, Here What You Save:' '
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: ten from their: American' This may 8eem'like'a scolding,The
'" :There is no substitute for sleep. if'you'car. ,to do 'soin, a '. Bureau sees the need for

months,. I am sure these and we are desirous that the FLORSHEIM LOW: SHOES FOR .MEN
Even the Offic tog is proud of 'our vould love to hear from 'you.. { Division will send only '
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+ superb American soldiers who are keep. tore can be Written in English. ,. things to our boys< We-have ,$8.00 Florsheim. shoes,now $6.45
I ter three months do not such splendid co-operation from .. J
you 7.50 4< 5.85
log the Hnnbligbt from spreading all -
over :Marin 'and Alice,;please let Chapters that we know it will

the world. 'and I will Bee"why you do be necessary. to sound this warn DOUGLAS LOW SHOES FOR MEN '
!
:
Harrah for Penning and bis men.' want all the .children to'write t .
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iod-parents BO I will i' This, 'then, means for you to look 8.00 Shoes, reduced to .. .. ..' . .. ..' 6.35, i
it ': know., if you 'your socks 1, "
.. you will,4etme: .. .
'- Lear after 'a reasonable( i 1.Of), '- .' ..- 5.35,

time.' FRACE-MADDUX | ? \ .' 4.75 "
6.00
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:Osceola Hardware Go Thanking 'you again,.JL ant A quiet wedding was solemnized '
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11', afternoon at the home of 5.50 4.65

ky, GERTRUDE N.' ., M, E., Maddux, of Orange Cen 5.00 .. . .. 4.15. .
Chm. Jax ,Branch 'F, C. when her daughter. Miss Ada be- : \ .
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the bride of Warren Frace, of 4.50 !., ; ."> ''' ,q. ,f' oM t.' ..w. 3.65 6
.. | INTERESTING MELTING | v ' ':. ; .
.... .............0'. ...00'00000.0 Of 0 0..000.....oo. .o.. I ,C, W. B.. M., | with'quantities. The rooms of oleanders were decor and 4:00. :: ", "., .,';' '., -.,, ...._....\_',./ .. .,.... 335. .
I. "
., and an arch of these flowers 3.50 ,)., -:,"' ","Vfc! .., J.I.(1' :,'\( :;'''' !'),.""' ", -1\)101"\ ,,,,, :, 3.15
The C. W. B,, M.' held the : '. ," ,'t"i:: : .
4 .if Society Notes $ meeting*'of."their organization erected.,,,Here the bridal party soo; ... ' '".,"'. ,, '," 2.75',
L "
- afternoon at the home of'Mrs net by W. H. Coleman, of Kis \,, \::,; ,

..(Mrs. E., E. Wens, Editor.) Stanford, and The bride, 'who was performed very,sweet the ceremony.and girl ; ALL QUEEN UALI.r'SHO. ,_ For WOMEN

inclement weather a l In her: gown of lace trimmed or I 6.75 and $7.00 Shoes reduced $S:8S:
to
.... ., :Reqaett Is made te aQ patron of the Valley, Gazette"to send items number of members was ndle and ahe carried a large boquet : . l". :
!A literary'program Mias.Nonie Bron 6.50 : .. 4.8S
white flowers.
I .ef Society: Events ,., tb.;Editor. publication' in i tine colons.I ,;. usual business routine. Mrs, : , -
attended her bridesmaid. She
May the, leader for the as 6.00. .. ,4.7& '
y -:' -. ' white_tin.; W. R. Kelly was ?
.. ... 0. . 9 + I had prepared, an interesting man. 5.00 ," 3.88 ,

If .. TEA t C H. Summers, Mra. Ida Lee Sellow, strutting .program, taking F'R Nearly thirty friends of the: happy .. .,
TALENT theme. .
I for the
4.50 3.75"
k.
? Mrs L. H. Ingram, Mrs. C. IL,Hilton, were present lit this ceremo '

+'..The,talent-Tea given to'the'ladies .Mrs. IL M.' Pfann, Mrs."J. D. Sibert, At the''eonclualo1i was of taken the ,to offer -their felicitations/ 'Re- .4.00 W I. .' '2.78'
} generous offering .. '
of the TintMethodUt church 'and Mrs.; A. G. Shad of Jacksonville,Mrs of ice .cream and cake
and
missionary fund the'
.their friends afternoon at,the S. W;, Thornton. Mrs. D. G. Boone, served. '
Friday Per Cent Off }
ed :
Mrs. D. S. Marks dainty "refreshments. AIrWhitc5hoes25| .
test' event'given by, the. mis- and son Robert, Mra.' J. R. Gilbert, pleasant and 'left by train for Or ; ', {
1 testes tMe season.: Mrs. Mrs* H. M. Bratton, Mra.' Louis do for a few days. They returned Great R duct ion in ChiWrens Shoes
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KNITTING DEPARTMENT
f f
.: ,tlrssss.a'' Mrs.' Milton PledgerD. O'Bryan, Mrs. E., E.. Wells) Misftes; T j "HBP'.ca0 $. |t and are domiciled at their .. ," ., ,I" .. ,, Il.' t

;; .tltit, .,.. McKay:5aee,1+o.Resast .Bofcjr'Wells. Alpha Wee4hll'Iren.'ngtam : T 'at .,407..' ,Sumner street.. "'
:
+nd graciously. il *ived their ,' 'Delia Ledbetter, Johnnie\ i. The 'knitting:'department a. '
} :....ts., ; ;Bronson., Katherine ,McKay, and lit Red .Cross baa been put ;in l GARDNER-DIXON- + 1 H. C.:; stANFoR'C'O': ,
tle India Lesley.
Pleasant conversation was alter Mrs. W. 'J. S.' Carr, Clyde Miss Mary Dixon and Mr. George
,, the absence of Mrs.
rendered Mis'MS During
taatedby readings by ,MOTHERS-TEACHERS CLUB f I : \ were quietly married Tues
;' ,Alpha Westfall and Dorothy: I will be 'glad to give night at the .Baptist parsonage
"wells and 'Johnnie, Branson played The Mothers-Teachers Club met at assistance'needed at' the Red
I Orlando, Rev., Bingham perform
d. an, ,excellent piano'selection. the home of Mrs. S, L. Lupfer on,Friday : rooms, Wednesday, afternoons the impressive double ring ,ser
The'patriotic thought was brought July 6th and all members present I 403 Verona street. The : .

J out in' the color scheme for, the after- served dilligenty on the Layette, of interest to every knitter: Mr. and Mrs. 3. D. Woodbeck the '
boon:;'ttie decoration of cut flowers garments. i Sbcka-Yet Again ,
a sister of the bride, and J. E.
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the,dainty cakts"served with the,ice The question of becoming an auxiliary We need socks'and'lIeed with '
motored to Orlando Mr. \ T Go ToFloyd's }
:cream and decorated napkins all conforming of the Red Cross was discussed, ly-but we want socks our ) and his fiance- to. witness Don't ,Forget, 0
; O ,to the national colon, red the matter will be' settled at next wear. '
.
white'and: blue.. Johnnie Bronson ing. The\names has been. received of 'Quite fifty per, cent of the ceremony heroes
bride is well known an
'.Ireno Ingram, ''Katherine McKay: and the' two "Fatherless Children of that are sent to the Bureau of pianist who supplies. Cash, j'

Delia Ledbetter assisted In' serving. France" adopted by the, members of plies have to be made over music at the Casino;Theater. I
i.wJ lived here for
The has years,
groom
nJo,1'lne-, afternoon were: Mrs. Tin Box Fund for the relief of .of them have to be.....toed. parents, Mrs. J.'MCard'' .

O. B. Ctulnn :Mrs. E. M.. Westfall starving children in Belgium, France, the otherwise standard socks being among the pioneer reel. Grocery
d, Mrs.:Robert Glover Mrs. J. J. Wood- or wherever' was discussed. and toe so pointed that 'It would -
all, Mrs. F. S. Ledbetter; Mrs..J. L. action will be taken shortly. Three big, lump in the toe of a man's Is in Uncle Sam' mail service.
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jBeaman. ,, Mrs. E.: L. Lesley, Mra. Sarah cents will pay for a.meal for a'child and he,could not*walk for Mr. and Mrs. Gardner are both' For Your Groceries and Fresh Meat 1
h., v \Cohoon;, Mrs.' Lane Paulk, Mra. and every penny droped in these box. with a pair of this kind on here and enjoy' a wide circle: '

friends. They: will make their
in Cape Breexe.
," '. J. We too busy to out price
.. ... BIRTH DAY PARTY, FOR, SIX r are. get a. ,
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........,: -. ''. YEAR OLD., |r list this week but have lots of
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.4 .'. .. ,.. ., \ \" __ fIdttle we
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1;,', : :" .' Jefdrds'cekbtrated' 111 '
Joseph
1 ;.{ .., \ ,, and will be ,
to eat
i things
: good
>r':,. 1: . , sixth birthday anniversary, Mon : you ,
"f' '' ''' at the home'of hla'parenti; Mr,
: :
'l ;, Mrs. J. D Jeffords. Joseph's surprised i at the low prices:

: were Hary Burt Dale, Wil
-1' Is Mighty'Fine : ::: ,, : Prather Maynard Caulk, .Oliver

', ; ,Howard 'Falls' ,.' Herbert GET OUR PRICES ON FEED

.,;.,1.'. ; -Disky Waring, and, James '

l' to be able to feel yon have back of yon tbe resources zed snpi:; <' "r. : Lupferr Jr. ,
i with
... .. ,t. ;." The little folks. made merry Phone 176 y yr
,. port of a strong. Baak. > ;.' (. .. and amusements dear to ,' .
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". 1'' .' '. hearts, and enjoyed' to the > "

I ,, .Tbe individual interest wt give; to every' depositor's. !: :;: ,. : extent the. refreshments' of We. deliver, inside the city." We. appreciate' your,order., ,
sonic. cream and cakes!, The 'birthday : ,..;,
every '
tbe
efficient rendered
I aabfements--. prompt, .ia
',' ')' \'.'it was deconted'th: the usual. "

i, transaction.. means that ,yon.have.a strong financial baciiing.; ;' '. and. a. ,smaller; cake, was
,.\...,, -
'and it*. & big' .act.:witch you can enjoy- by opening ac';.*.l lJJWll .1\>\.... ," :j ed with a- ,tiny'candle ,ia, honor who' have recently ,attended .the col-: ful token'of, bit worth'' to the great...'
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brother
. .. his one
.Bobby. who year
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"* "' institution '
-Kt f
r (!! /*" :: i f"" J. :: It1." eg*.' After: going to, the"lIIm. at which he represents
.. count, .. bere.,. ' % '". :' ,)11'; ';' ,r;:.:. .* iet Caianor,:the party adjourned ton
I :; Joseph, received number of preU
:' : t<< ', .a Ice cream parlor, where cream, Give up your, luxuries ,that._ tbd
:. :" ,presents from his 'frlead cakes\ and college ,.reminiseenses kaiser'i ; may be made,to give:up' U. a
...,....,.,_:w.a. s. -----i' < : ambitions ' "
,- : were'enjoyed.: The; 'young ladies in' *
PROFESSOR( WILLIAMS Of THE
'l.-- J the'party,w.ve,,Mlsses'Eieanor.Mosey Tbe Stroag'Wlthstasxl ,the' nest a4
1 F.. S. C.'W.' HONOREDProfMsor Helen Baas,'.Ethel .Gilbert end Summer BetterJThaa tae Week 'ROd

q 1Ne1r4FiMAIIt' : ',:Citizens s.Babk ; Arther ,T. ;Wllliama.t Martha Bell> Harris, ,' p.pM wb. w I. 1I ed 1Ma/If Js'? ,
: to eet* wkwiUki.UmaliU. .a.e ll.4
th.'Mill.br
; te"held ln'
, ,. i e.State College fee'.Wecaea at T* ': YstswilHams. .*
.., . : ,''who. 'was nave. :.bet :-Beter eat' esteem' : alli,the young ladies. .fa*GROVE*TA :
ewbaiaeeM/eM rn
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.. : : theater: by who'attended betjeoUege. :and. the
party .
t was given a .
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