Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: August 2, 1918
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00866
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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I RPLANES FROM .ARCADIA DAVISON- THANKS+I THE PRESS I FRED HILL WRITES, INTERESTING ,


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VISITED KISSIMMEE TODAY ,To. the PibfisLen>> of America .' L LETTER FROM FRANCE

On behalf of the American Red Crosii: may we express our deep

J appreciation and indebtedness for the splendid co-operation and practical -

STAG AIRPLANES TODAY. .... .. support, in both editorial and new columns, which you. have given -- .jj
,"Two! Curtis'airplane from the Aria DR. DAWSOfJ'S' LEG' HAD TO to every effort of the War Council and especially to the second ,war- With'merlcan Army in France, and British are Just a* strong, and 'i;

aviation over BE' AMPUTATED, NEAR HIP fund campaign? June 14, 1918. the Americans are stronger and he :. .
slmmee this'camps morning appeared about 9 Our subscription went over the top by more than 70 per cent and My'Darling1 Mother and Dad and All:
lock, and a holiday for the entire The Bartow Record of July 26 con- this splendid achievement is due in no small part to-the advertising, 'I have written ,Agnes quite often further away from "home. A great iJ''
tained the in and editorial of land told her to write you all the news. defeat and a great retreat awaiting ,,
wu was declared by unanimous following reference to news, help thenewipaper, magazines, farm.press, and are
l- during lr conInt Dr. Dawson', who met with serious trade papers throughout the entire United. States. So perhaps' most I tell you will be old. him.

"i"The| plane/ came stay. acroos' ./ tho ,lake injury, when his automobile turned Your co-operation was invaluable. We want you to know that you* :'We have been on' the go' for the last only wish I could tell you more.' I.I I.

fEm the st>*V.fa&st up and circled Around over'on the Kissimmee-Orlando. road, are entitled to feel a sense of the keenest satisfaction formtheptriolicservice ire three weeks and now are almost to Take the will for the deed. Be optjjmietle "
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border of '
I,tBm for some time ago: you have rendered and the help you have given. | Switzerland. I 'never on mftny-BO, and 'ou'wiU soon," ;4
looking to
place light
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_ ''?,,'finally selecting the lake, "Dr. J. A.. Dawson, whose footwas ;you will be interested to know that the'total amount reported as dreamed that I would- take part in this see I am right.
a place ,on '
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_ ", shore south of theclubhouse. After badly mashed by an auto several having. been subscribed, up to July 1is I 170036394.. '., war North on 80 many sectors-from the I am feeling fine. I have not ;
they weeks. ,ago, has been removed from Very truly sea to Switzerland -Ypres, Arras weighed 'lately, but I know I weigh ;t f
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wero eeen'to"go'down, practically Amiens '
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yours.AMERICAN. !, and now in the .
Vosges 165 *
t' ; the entire population turned out to the hospital to his fatherinlaw'shome .RED 'CROSS' WAR' COUNCILH. mountains.. pound }

,\a.e the machines; and. 'welcon.o the in Jacksonville. 'Blood poisonset P. DAVISON Chairman. I have seen I hope to get a chance to visit Eng !t"il
"aviators. in, and the limb had to be amputated many of the large cit land soon. We crossed the rivers '
ies l
", err: within three'1nch of his hip. --Calais. Bologne, Versailles, Par. Marne and Muse the other day-famous ,,. '
t<- ,In one 'ot the'machines wore Lieut.. is, Toul, Nancy etc: .1
friends France is a as obstacle\ the '
'I4. The do tor's many sincerely to Hun advance .
M. Briggs and> A; S. Koch, and! in beautiful
the other were Lieut. H. 'Feast and regret the accident and"sympathizewith French country. Down here the *. I passed ,through Nancy ,"

,Sergt. O. I. Remington. him In his affliction." HOME GUARDS, WILL HOLD II 'presence people more seem than to in appreciate our which was occupied by the Hun. in l'I
muddy Flanders.
in of 19J,4 and afterwards.
_ Dr. Dawson was 'confined one retaken shortly
Lleut.
4 Koch stated -to r
a representtlve I We passed ;
the local hospitals for some time following I through/villages/ and THe' city we are in (or, rather, little l'
of the thnt the
Gazette machines cities'' in."h
his actident.-Orlando, Report i rse cars" three days and Village) Its very old; houses (farms; ) )
left Arcadia early this morn- er-Star. STATE MEET 'AT DAYTONA nighti on the train, and everywherewe built) in 1355, 11)16. 1636, 1717, etc. I A Dj
ing, making 'at Scbring from
a stop were greeted
by people
; __ w. s.! g.! .1II. .. cheering am billeted in one-of the 1358 vint
,'wttich place they came to Kissimmee C. Avant and family of Deer and many flowers. It i.,a'' wonderful age. A lovely room and a fine feather i.
; In one hour, and \vero t'ping from Park drove over to Kissimmee last .. -- experience, mother. Such a queer' bed. A; .' ;:
Kissimmeo DAftONA' Flu. July 27.-At the: will be held at the Island great treat after Bleeping on :
; to St. Augustine. lie Saturday and spent Sunday visiting ; City camp thrill runs through one's whole
I body.>> the floors of horse streets
stated alco that the lake aliore where relatives and friends in this vicinity. meeting of the executive coiftmittee .on Sunday afternoon, music to 'be Any :war news I could toll ,you on the ground, car., on or :

they alighted was a splendid landing Mr. Avant states that< he is preparing of the Halifax Home Guards held hereon supplied by either an augmented pr a would be stale. Anyway, I have not long. or in, wood*-for *o ,-, fJ

:station._the ground being firm and to plant 100 acres in Irish potatoes Monday evening plans for the visiting band. seen a paper for three days; so I It ia haymaking time? here. -i-
'level, affording plenty of room, nnd next spring, and that other farmersat Home Guards meeting to be held in The IHome Guards parade, in which don't know what is happening. farmer, i I. the Every' 'r

being without obstructions Deer Park also' are' planning to this city on Labor'day, Sept. 2, were guards) from every company' in the Don't worry about the little Advances machine using Exactly same f,

;. Now that the airmen have found plant large crops., He says they are, completed and the various necessary State Will take part, will be held on the Huns make. The Kaiser is helping mowing them for a Dad litle has pastime; so I today was .

dlfeir way to Kissimmee, it Is hoped not discouraged over the low prices committees were appointed. the m ming of the 2d, followed by following a whippoorwill through a and It reminded ;
yesterday. of ,
:they will decide to make frequent vis- received for their crops last spring, Every Home Guard company hi,the the competitive drilling, a baseball dark forest. No doubt you know that what I would be at home.I me.
,',,Us here. In the future. but are rather encouraged and confident -! State wilT be vited to participate. game tin( tho afternoon, and a1 big fable.. Watch and see. Ifs will get have'had doing ):

., ; -W. 8.! 8v! --- over the fact that they grew and to send a delegation of 'at least dance" n the evenng. lost in his forest. He has won terri- due to eomuch no mail for some time letter t,'
I, B. M. Tedder Belt conductor one squad to compete in the "best-! One of the features will be big moving. Your /
Sugar ,.such fine crops, and they feel sure the a tory that lie does not know what to from Jax was' the last
,", and his family have gone on a two- market conditions will be better next squad-in-tho-State" drill, for wttich! i sea-focjd 'dinner for the guards, presided do with now he has it. The French I (Continued from you. )\
week vacation to ,Greensboro, N. 'C.I year. prizes will be awarded. I ver by members of the Red on page 4)) ?,,1.:
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All visiting guards will be the Cross hapter at .
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guests' of the Halifax Home Guards Tort( will be made to obtain

MAMMOTH ,CATTLE, RANCH and will be provided for from the attend: ace of at least a platoon of NEW OWNERS PLANNING TO 1:;

time of their arrival until their de regula: s from Camp Johnston (Jack-

parture. The Halifax guards will go sonvill! ) and possibly one of the regiments -

Into camp on the City Island on Sun- band IMPROVE

.; ON THE KIS.SIMMEE RIVER day, Sept. 1, and erect shelter' tents A number of companies has already LUMBER PLANT

and a mess hall for the accommodation signified approval and Intention to

. of the visitors.A participate, thus assuring success of .

big majority of the guards from the meeting. This i Is the first attemptto .. .Lee. Ensign of Jacksonville representing :;

The Southern. Ruralist for August can be. grown cheaply and moreyprpf- the interior of theState me expectedto hold a State meeting of Home LUPFER & PRATHER GARAGE J. L. Phillip* Co...,who recently ''f-I'

contains the following interesting itably than to fatten them. arrive on Sunday, and, to provide Guard since their. ,organization. In /15 ENLARGING! QUARTERSThe purchased the' South. Florida .:

[write-up,of the Kissimmee Island Cattle In this connection, Mr. Word said, for their amusement, a band concert Florida. Luofer & Prathcr Garage Com Lumber Cnmnmnv. nl.nt..nnnt. . . f._ ?:
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| Company' ranch, located on the particular attention would be given pany recently purchased the- J. W. days here this rreek looking after

Cls frnmee river! to the selection of cows, as upon the Miller building, adjoining the garage, matters connected with that business.Mr. .
!
The Kissimmee Island, Cattle Com- I milking quality of the mother dependsthe FANSLER EXHIBITS FARMER BUYS OUT and is having extensive alteration. Ensign stated to a Gazette rep

[pany la the title of a subsidiary or- growth of the calf. Some of the and Improvements mad preparatoryto resentative tw t his company 'wilt ;

stores of the Consolidated Naval best breef breeds are poor milkers, NEW FORAGE PLANT WAGNER INS. AGENCY using it as an office and ,stock- add two re-Mw. two planing: .machine
Company Jacksonville, Fla., 'and. fcl many breeding herd nurse room. *, and a molder to the plant and

hick i I. establishing a mammoth cat. cow are utilized to feed the calves. The business of the company ha that it expect to handle? from 25,000
"
e i ranch on the Kissimmee river. In Mr. Ward says'on the big Texas S. T. Fansler who has one of the A deal wa closed this week: by outgrown its present quarters, and it to 35,000 feet'of lumber a day..

n Interview with the manager, W. F. ranches it has been usual to sell off ,best-paying farm in this vicinity i is which Carson Farmer takes over the was found necessary to more the office The mill will, start up a* soon ...*,

(Ward I was told that the territory the poorest cows in the autumn, as displaying samples of a new forage ,fire-insurance\ agency heretofore man- and stockroom in order to increase the machinery can, be installed and it,

.',embraced in the ranch comprise 520- being less able to winter through, :crop called ".chrockwhich, he saysi aged and,, owned by D.,"G. Wagner.The the pace for storage and the will employ something like twentT.I .

acres In the counties of Osceola, De- whereas these cows are the beet mothers i about the prettiest prop: he ever has Farmer and Wagner agencieswere workshop. I I five hand f
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'. Soto, Polk and Okeechobee, all of being poor because of the sustenance grown. It resembles kaffir corn some- 'the two largest in Kissimmee, ------- - - ..
( which is tinder a_ combination hog- they have given their calves. :what as to head and leaf. 'It i Is quite and their consolidation will give Mr. I .

,t proof fence five feet high.. There are He purposes to reverse the Texas pol- ,uniform in height, growing about five Farmer a splendid line of business, LYLES STORY WINS PRIZEIN ,ORD BASS APPOINTED

also division fences, so that certain! icy and keep the poor cows, helping and one-half feet and would yield which he purposes to hold if diligence ADVERTISING'' CONTEST I LIVE-STOCK INSPECTOR

t:grades of cattle may be kept separ- them through the winter by extra seed to the amount of sixty to eighty and courteous treatment of his patrons -
Lyle V. is in of
Story receipt a I
r'ate. There are eighteen! corrals into Bushels to the acre. Its value for silage will do it. Ordla Baas, who was recommended l
? feed.This check for $5.00 sent him by the Dry.poodsman
y which ,the cattle may be rounded up ranch I Is particularly adaptedto can not be 'overestimated. Mr. Wagner states that he will 'remain by the Board of County Commissioner

for separation and branding. Ten grazing' because of the variety of Mr. Fansler say the plant i Ia a native in Kissimmee and that his only Magazine, published at St.Louie ,for Appointment aa State ,livestock .
'Mo. for the best solution of
,
.
'' concrete dipping vat are calculated grasses which grow on it-wild mil- of the South Sea islands and is reason for selling is the lack of time inspector for Oeceola. county,received

to keep the cattle' free from ticks. let, carpet grass, maiden-cane, "little supposed to have been taken to Ok- to give the fire-insurance business the the Suburban problem "How to Advertise a his commission from the State
Store.
P rwentyone windmill pump water I watergrass," wiregrass, bunch grass, lahoma by birds of passage He ''fur- attention'it demands. He will devote Live-Stock Sanitary Board last Mon.
I Mr. Story' article tW
on
subjectis
.(from wells 25 to 30 feet deep. and "cutthroat." ther states it to be obis belief that his entire time to life insurance, real day.The 4
published in the July number of
*"':i.The headquarters are at 'Kicco, a There are now 1,800 head of hog flour can be made from the seed incase estate, and the aale .of ,w&r4savings! commission stipulate that Mr.
Drygoodsman and 'was In -
'. town of the company's own, on the on the. ranch, principally "razor. of a shortage of wheat, etc. Ordinarily stamps, and between the three, he with other, competition Baas ahall devote his entire time to
businessmen( scattered
KIssimmee .river, where an {office back." It Is purposed to improve the schrock Is used for stock thinks, he will be able to keep busy. tick-eradication work. He will be under
thq United States .As
[building and residences for the man- quality of the .hogs by crossing, but feed, and, .as it requires but three He has recently taken the local agen- evidence over of the : interestin an the direction and authority of the r

fager and his foreman are being erect- hogs will be a "side line" months to mature, it' may become a cy for the E. A. Strout FaYm Agency, the widespread State board, reporting to and being '
contest, eleven others from almost
-
ed. Here will be also the headquartera.hr The ranch will be known as the general crop' here, to follow the potato Inc., of New York city, which company guided by the inspector in charge, and
as states given hon
the field forces of the Consolidated Horseshoe Ranch, the horseshoe having crop. is just putting ") a big cam- orable mention.many Five, are dollars however I by the Jocal supervising inspector of m

[ Naval Stores Company and the been adopted as the brand. W. .. s.--- paign for the sale of farms in Flor- the the United States Bureau of Animal
was only prize of intrinsic
Consolidated Land Company. Aslaughteringhouse Mr. Ward is an experienced cattle- 1[. CLAY CRAWFORD VERY ILL. ida: V Industry.
value offered, and Lyles is to be con-
and a cold-storage man, practically and technically, .having W.II.! .? The appointment Is effective\ Aug.and j
]plant will be used to supply meat for been connected with the United TALLAIIASSEE, Fla., July 31.- .080 WHITES AND 3,750 met gratulated with that his up-to-date Ideas the salary to $75 per'month.
the
approval of the Judges
[the employes of the: several 'compa- States Bureau 'of Animal Industry, Secretary of State H. Clay Crawford NEGROES ARE FLORIDA'S elected to decide the contest w. *...
z11ee. and this enterprise will be developed has been lying criticaly ill at his w .. e.r-_ OUR FAVORITE' NEWSPAPER.
home, here, since Friday, July 26. He QUOTA FOR AUGUST
; Kicco can be reached by boat from along progressive lines, which will WEEKLY REPORT OF SALES -
iXissimmee or by the mail car from mean much to the live-stock industryin returned from a brief, fishing trip on OF THRIFT STAMPSA. If you are not a reader of the Tam

{Frostproof on the A. C. L. railroad. Florida. the coast Friday, at which time he I The local exemption board has received pa ,Morning! Tribune, you' should subscribe "

T There are three shipping stations on .w... a.--.- !was stricken by a high fever, and has I notice that during the monthof S. Gilbert; Thrift___.__._.. 12 for it at once.

|tb .ranch, one on each of the A. C. LS. ., AIRPLANES FROM ARCADIA had the constant attendance of phy- August 1,080, white men and 8,750 H. M. Katz, W.-S.......__.._.._ 1 It I la THE GREAT South Florida.,

A. L., and F, E. C. railroads. PASS OVERIIKISSIMMEE sicians since. It was thought this /legroes will be called in the array Wenner-Sawyer (for public newspaper, covering this section of w

Ms i A. present there are 25,000 head of :| morning that the crisis had been ,draft: from all over the State. school), W.-S. S.__.___.___.. 7 the State absolutely and unequivocally .

cattle on the ranch, mostly natives,: On Monday afternoon, about 1:30 passed. Every hope now is enter-. Every man in'class' 1 will'' be summoned Ditto, Thrift ..._.._...__:__.. 75 I ,, and i. the: only paper \In Florida
,
J though quite a number'are of grades o'clock, two oirpluie from one of the tained for his recovery. and from this time on no man Woman' Home Guards, Thrift... 60 printing every line of the day and '..

,:Imported, from Texas. There are 283 aviation, fields at Arcadia passed just W .. I. kan be released from that class to join Ditto, W.-$. S___\._.-____.__ 8 night report of the Associated Press: ,y

nulls-.Shorthoms, Hereford, 'and east of this'' city on their way to Orlando Word ha been received that Clyde any other branch a* previously has Lawrence Tress, Thrift......-... 8 It,I ls the first paper to Arrive in our

'i'i Brahmins. Inquiring as tothe character -I at which place, it is said, they Bass, who is' nt an Orlando 'hospital. been done. Men 'in classes. 2, 3, and 4 Ditto W.-S. S_..-_..._,--__._ 1 city every Cay.Subscription. {

r. of the Brahmins, and why they cut all kinds of capers in the air and 1 is r Improving eteadily. ptill may be released for other service. Central Drug Store, Thrift.... 17 $6 per 'year. After ?,
'are used in crossing, I was informed gave the ,population some real thrills.I - --------- ------------- -- State Bank, W.-S. S___________.100. Oct; 1 it wiU be increased to $8. Sub-\

('that they are unusually sturdy and Their visit was unexpected, and very I LUCIUS LANIER SENTENCED Citizens' Bank, W.-S. S......... 5 sccribe now. 32-6t ,

ecially good grazers-two quali- few Kissimmee people saw them.A Story Stow, Thrift_.._... ...... 3 w. .. a.__ a

hat are desirable to give to the telephone message walt received 5 YEARS FOR BEING ABSENTThe H. C.:, Stanford Co.. Thrift.._... ,2 AT THE -CASINO NEXT WEEK.Triangle '

.yes before crossing them on beef- here from Orlando stating the aviators Ditto.- W -So S_._._-....__-.. 1 \ I;

acing qualities. This,is especlalsary would stop over and .give an exhibition following i Is taken from.Trench nier was announced a from the divisional G. W. Person, W-S.: S---------_ 1 the feature" and "The. Womanin '
- on this ranch, as it is between 4 end 5 o'clock, but and Camp, published at Wheeler W; B:WITHERS POO N,Chs irman.s. Web, Monday; Allies' war-' } ;
Camp headquarters last week. Lanier w. .m. .-_. new and comedy program,,Tuesday, y
"feeders"
to raise only thate heaTrain about that
; a' came up Macon and
at Ga., refer to
one R. O. Sligh resigned hi* position Vhagraph Blue Ribbon feature And
to be fattened. time, and, while the machines' were of the member of Kisiimmee' Com was court-martialed on charges ..
with the State Bank of Kisstmmee I "Mutt And '
Jeff Fox, ,
it Ward' Argues that, with ,the heard paaing over, they were above pany B. Lanier cam home from that of being absent from 'Company B, some day 8t&'O.to accept a position feature and, V Wednesday' ; ,''I rr
'
Big comedy, Thursday;,
production of feeding crops the cloud and could not be seen. without leave and 124th Infantry from Jan. 21 to
reportedto
camp was May a* Pullman cer, conductor and has Friday, feature day "War1 Women-
the introduction of the velvet The aviators have a standing invitation have been hiding out for several 30. He'was sentenced to ur.,.. twen- moved his family to Jacksonville.Otis In aix reel,Thome H.,Luce production

there win be a great demand for to drop up thi way" any time, week. Alter being absent about four ty years, but, the sentence" wa* reduced Steven., who i 1.1 an expert book. and a Barry Lcyd 'comedy Sat
to fatten on them;With the finor and will suspend our airship ordI- '
months he to five
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.we voluntarily returned to. yean by: MaJor.General keeper Is, acceptably filling the vacancy urday Triangle 'feature.and The
lands In"the South, which nance'nd apowtorn;, to fly at any Camp.Wheeler and himself LeRoy S. Lyon commander' the / ; ,
: gave up: caused at the bank .by Mr.. House of Hate", featuring'' P *rl,
j grazed, the 'year' around; cattle height and' any speed they desire.. The case of Private! Lnciu P., Lai j. 3ist Divion" Sligh' resignation.. .

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TWO ......_"" THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY FRIDAY AUGUST Z, 1918."T j

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JUST want to thank you for D.i .' GERMANY THESUPER-ANARCHIST 'lto

i .* Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is.fine.I ,

use it for my Baby", my husband and myself, By LOUIS RAEMAEKERS

and simply can't' do without a bottle of it in --

' the house." T" it I I
f .
From a letter to Dr. Caldwell written by\ - re
(Mn. John W. Christensen, 603 So. 2nd I I

I East, Brigham City, Utah / Profits and Prices.I


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?: Syrup Pepsin wi_ Profits, from may"two be angles considered: u.*,,.S{ ....


The Perfect Laxative ': .:. *

... 4 w claw .1st-Their effect on, prices;

Sold by Druggists Everywhere
2nd-As a return to investors.

50. .*cts.' '(s:,) ',$1,00 t i I-jTlti1(,

When, profits are small as t
Quickly corrects disorders of the intestinal

tract; relieves the.congestion.and 'restor s normal r Pelson I compared with sales, they' have

' regularity. It is gentle in action and does GA7 r+ ama little effect on prices

not gripe.. A trial bottle can be obtained by .d.. }if rouKl)
InMa, Swift & Company's profits
I writing to Dr.: W. B. Caldwell, 458 Washington I II II I I ,

St., Monticello, Illinois. are only a fraction pr'a ,' cent

per pound on all products solcH
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. GOOD. PRICES PREDICTED r / 1rM and if eliminated entirely
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'would have ..practically no
FOR EARLY ORANGES '

-- effect on prices.
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OCALA, Fla., July 24.-That
oranges, particularly Parson Browns, tales manager, and C. E. Stewart Jr., I tS.at Swift &., Company paid 10 I
business of the' Florida Cit
manager
can be expected to bring: excellent .y
rus Exchange; 'H. 11. Holland, man percent dividends to over 20,000
prices in the Northern markets was of the New York office of that
ager Contributed by Mr. Ra.m*.krt to th.- Nation! Security Ltaguo'. Campaign .fPatrlotUm stockholders out of its 1917
the trend of opinion expressed at a organization! and considerable
a number -
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rally here today of Marion county of the leading men of the citrus-, build f1
It also had to
' profits. .
members of the Florida Ex. .
Citrus fruit industry of Marion and Orange
LETTER FROM SAM PRATHERSomewhere
change. counties. extensions and improvementsout 41 I3
i Speaking: on the subject of prices, While it was declared that no pre- in England, June 25th, There is no finer farms or estatesin
Dr. J. II. Ross of Florence Villa, diction safely could be made as to exact 1918. ( America than some. of the Dukes of profits; to finance large
president of the Florida! Citrus Exchange prices, the opinon expressed by Editor Valley Gazette: homes around here. They are fully
said it seemed probable that various speakers was to the effect i I suppose you will be a little surprised equipped with everything and they stocks of goods.lade necessaryby
speculators had been responsible for that; an excellent''market for Florida's' to learn that we are over here don't have to buy a thing, as they unprecedented requirementsof
the impression'that orange and grapefruit citrus fruits could be expected during! I grow everything imaginable: and
4 prices would not be good' this the selling season, and the tone of the now.We are having a fine time over make their own shoes, clothing. the 'United States and Allied
:year, and 'that, in consequence of this meeting was decidedly optimistic.. here and we sure are seeing some ,The roads are simply fine in the country -
impression having; got out, a number WHITE'N'AND w. a.s tine country. It is one of the most I and the people coming.here to sec 1 'Governments; and to provide
of grower had been led to contract LEMONS '!the automobiles wouldn'tha.ve
beautiful countries 1 have ever seen. country .
for the sale of their fruit for considerably BEAUTIFY THE SKIN and the people treat us fine. I the least trouble in the worldin protection against the day of
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lest than 'it was worth. Make this beauty lotion cheaply for Only one other Kissimmee boy is getting accommodations for the declining markets.
q,, "We have no information," said Dr. your face, neck, arms and hands. with me and that i i8 B. F. Cobb. lie ''nights .and ciao, making their. trip a
Ross,"that conditions will be such as just came back to us Sunday, as we grand success.
to compel growers to accept for their At the cost of a small jar of.ordinary I also want to to the
left him in the hospital the day we say people I it fair' to call this
fruit leas than it is worth. At the cold cream one can prepare a landed. He was taken sick a few that go from around New York downto .
same time we believe that, with the full qu rter; pint of the most wonderful days before we landed, but he is w nand Florida to spend the winters in profiteering
greatly increased cost of citrus-fruit lemon skin softner and complexion looking much better now. comfort that I have never been treated
i production this year growers should, beautifier by squeezing the juice of We had'a very pleasant trip across as fine as I wax while I waft! in
see to it that they obtain fair prices two fresh lemons into a bottle containing the wide Atlantic and I wasn't seasick Jersey City. The people around there
Swift & U.S.A.
three ounces of Orchard Company i
for their crops.Inasmuch my whole sure treat the roldier boys fine and ,
White. Care should be taken to strain at all and think squadron 1 .
iI
i '" as.our government, and want to.thank them from the bottom
the juice through a fine cloth so no stood, the trip very well. We hada e
t the director-general of railroads in lemon pulp gets in, then this lotion little excitement, but it did .not of my heart.
particular, are on record as desiring will keep fresh for months. Every amount to much, as Uncle: Sam's I want to say s to you poor, mothers,
a to afford every possible facility for used woman to bleach knows and that remove lemon,such juice blemishes is- brave navy men were right on' handto end fathers also, those that have sons
movement of Florida'. citrus fruits, nj freckles sallowness and tan take care of us. q< 1 we have every reason to expect our and is the ideal skin softener, whitener I have been to quite a number of for I don't think it will be long before
t fruit to reach the markets in reasonable and purifier. the large cities around here' and I"enjoyed we will!have;;,that'.Kaiser Bill wherewe on the maturity value, our credits pledged, and more are expected. We
:' time. Rumors that citrus fruits Just try itl! Get three ounces of myself very much and I also ( want him; and when we do get would be greater. The Iait statement still are a' long distance from our -'
might( be denied transportation, for orchard whito at any drug store and him prepared in ,the office of the State director goal, and it will take united and consistent .
two lemons from the and makeup saw a great deal of old historical we are simply going to give him
the that grocer under date of July 15, gives work to reach it by 'Jan. 1
reason they are erroneously a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant buildings and churches and a great hell.I r
thought by tome people to belong to lemon lotion and massage jit daily many places where Romans usedto also want to say that "Old Kaiser Osceola county a credit of $54,097.77 but we are going to do it.
1' the luxury class, probably originate into the facr neck, arms and hands.It fight. I know that i if any of my Bill doesn't know what he is tack total sales. Therefore we have done St.. Cloud is leading the pvocesslon
from the seine sources which have is marvelous to smoo'hen rough, friends should happen to make tour ling when ;4 been responiible for the impression .red hands. \... S. 8. 1- over this country after the war, they Sam' affairs, and I never see wherehe statement above! doubt will continue to do so, unless
that prices will not be good." Visiting card. printed by the Val] would enjoy themselves very, very makes an attack on tho "Yankees".or It is urged that the good work be there is more action in Kisainu ee.
In addition to Dr. Ross, there were ley Gazette Job Department much. "Sammies," as they calf us, for he continued. Do not overlook your D. G. WAGNER,
.- ..- .is certainly raid of us. pledge, but fulfill it faithfully.. Several Chairman of Osceola County War-
4\ Well, I must close now, as 'I have to large purchases have been made Savings Stamps Committee.
.. .. write to some other friends and also since June 28, and which were. not -Kiasimmee, Fla., July 24, 1918.DON'T .
my little girl in New York. If any --
I fI CITRUS EXCHANG of you have sons over hero just writeto
lr me and send their names and Addresses
., 4, to me end I will be glad to Ii
look them up. Hoping to hear from Slow Up ,
I some of you' soon as I will"be awfully
anxious to hear from some' of you, I

Grapefruit failed to show as great strength as oranges this dear am,as old ever Kissimmee, a boy that, Florida.doesn't forget Advertising NOW!

41 ; year because fewer people know how good the former are. 'C;. SAM PRATHER. :
840 Aero
Repair Squadron, Americnn
i With the increased production now coming on, grapefruit ti Air Service, No. 35 Eaton' Place, S.

f are likely.to sell for much lower pricey in a few years' time unless W. London, England Never has there been a time when the public
; P. S.:-B. F. Cobb and I wish (
the American people are taught. their food and health value, thus one of you the best of'luck and every may has looked than more keenly for MERCHANDISING 4
NEWS
popularizing them. God bless you all. now.

": Hoping to hear from you soon, and Never hat 'there been a time more auspicious
The Florida Citrus Exchange has undertaken to do this'workin .
we would enjoy a copy of the Kissimmee for the enterprising tradesman to secure HIS FULL
anticipation of the enlarged production of Florida grapefruit Valley Gr.zette once in a while: SHARE OF TRADE than now.

groves and this season will conduct educational campaigns in a -w. S. 9+--_ People must continue to eat, to wear and t to use. 'j

'' number of important cities in the North' and West."Sealdsweet" SALES OF WAR-SAVINGS AND The tendency is to cut out luxuries, and luxuriesare ]

grapefruit, .that marketed by members of the "; .. THRIFT STAMPS. only a relatively small proportion of your busi Q'
'
ness. For cut
luxury
t., Exchange, will chiefly benefit by this effort. If you grow grapefruit .' The actual sale of war-savings and increase every your movement out of staples.you have a chanceto
; thrift stamps from Dec. 1 to the I
present ,
good enough to be sold under this trademark the
i join date totals $49,502.11 and creditsas How short-sighted .is the policy of reducing advertising I
) Exchange and assure a* market for it.. For full particulars follows: expense to "save money." You will only ,
address the Florida Citrus Exchange Citizens Bank St. Cloud..,_______________$26.324.48 lose trade. You will only lose prestige. dTs
Building
Kissimmee _______________ 20,687.78 -
Tampa, or call on .. KissJnunee Pork____._____ 997.61 Advertise to increase sales and make more /i
Deer Park_______*.__.____ 845.01 money .don't cut it out to save money. t, "

? L. A., HAKES, Manager Orange County Citrus Sub-Exchange Narcoossee: ____........____ 492.47 Study your advertising as you never did before .
Kenansville ___.__________' 208.66 -do it wisely and well.
v.. ,... __ ,_ __ Orlando, Fla.. _. __ Bassenger ..<._......._<..._ 117.84 \
Lokosee ____.-_________ _. 1826 Be prosperous and let the people know that e
While Bassenger is not now in Os : you are prosperous. I
ceola county the postoffice there is Success
supplied by the Klssimmee distributing was NEVER achieved by stopping ad.vertlsimg.or .
.1 by wearing old clothes
10.., I"" office, and mention is made of pessimism. : and talking
.1I ....-..(, f the actual sales at Bassenger to give
the good people, there due credit for
I
their work.
.( ... The total of $49,592.11 representsthe Be'' '
Wise amd
,
Advertise '
actual sale value whereas if we '
:; knew the actual number of war-saving ..
., stamps sold and calculated the n
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY'GAZETTE, FRIDAY FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1918. THREE


I'I PRESIDENT WILSON DEPLORES We expect as a matter of course, ;be put! in,, commission as soon aa the

that our soldiers and sailors will do vegetables are gathered In the fields. .

; H..,..... ordered. We oftentimesdo I This shows great faith and develop I
Calomel Sick Tomorrow! LYNCHINGS AND MOB LAW "
z Today \ : 'n_hthk it necessary to do what meat .In this wonderfully pmduetivasection

our government asks us to do Why and will be followed by many

I Guarantee, Dodson's Liver Tone WASHINGTON, D. C., July 26.- really cares for her fame and 'honor should we not be just as prompt in j more. i
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President Wilson/ today in a personal and character 'or who is strictly loyalto our response? Our men are orderedto ELECTRiCBUTTON W. a. ",
LIKE AN
" """""" -"""'" ( statement addressed to his fellow her Institutions can justify mob expose themselves to the guns of
I countrymen in denunciation. of mob action while the courts of justice are the Huns. We are asked only to save ON TOES
I Doxit laKe nasty, -dangerous calomel when bilious, and to' loan our savings to the goy '
spirit and mob action called the and the of the
upon pen governments\
prnment. Can we refuse this request Tells why corn ii ao> painful andaays
f, constipated, headachy. listen to met I. nation to show1 the world that whilet States and the Nation are ready and ? cutting make i

1; fights for democracy on foreign able to do their duty. We are.at this W. ..B.OKEECHOBEE. them grew,

fields it is not destroying democracyat very moment fighting lawless pas NEWS -
Calomel salivates 1 It's mercury. your liver and straighten you up home. sion. Press an electric-, button and you
alomel acts like dynamite on a Deeply concerned by the- situation Begs Governors To Act. -I form a contact with a unwire which
uggish liver. When calomel comes calomel the President decided to address hU "I therefore very earnestly'''and sol (From. the Call) rings against the bell. When it your hoe. press

nto contact with sour bile it crashes you just go back and get your money.I fellow countrymen and to declare that emnly beg that the Governors of all The steamboat Lillie] (Capt. Clay, roots down your upon corn a sensitive pushes nerve Its sharp and h

g' into it.causing cramping and nausea. you take calomel today you'll be '"every mob contributes' to German the States, the law officers of everycommunity Johnson) arrived In port Tuesday aft. you get a shock of pain.

"., $( If you'feel 1 bilious headachyjconstipated -: sick and nauseated tomorrow; besides 'lies about the United States what her and, above all,, the men ernoon, coming from Palm Beach canal Instead of trimming your corns, t.

_ _ '- and all knocked out just go ,, it may salivate you, while; :most gifted ]liars can not Improveupon and women of every community of where she had been assisting in which into merely makes them grow just

Ito, your druggist and get a bottle of you take Dodson's Liver Tone you : by way of calumny" The Pres- the, United:States, all' who revere the work of putting in locks In that a step quarter! any of an drug ounce Store of ozonThta and ask for< ,a?

I I niDodson's, | Liver Tone for a few cents will wake up feeling great;1 full of dent's statement in part follows: America, and wish to keep her name canal >" will cost but very little b. t is sufficient '

which is a"" harmless vegetable ub- ambition and ready for work or :[ Are Blows At ..Justice.My without stain and reproach.. will co- Lawrence Sullivan and Clint Bass, 'to remove every hard 'or soft 4,
; 1 etitute for dangerous calomel. Take play. It is harmless pleasant and Dear Countrymen;! operate-not passively merely, but who own a large hog ranch on' the corn or callus fror one's feet. A few

I .' 'a spoonful and if it doesn't start safe to give to children; they like it "I take the liberty of addressing actively and watchfully make' an shore of Lake Okeechobee a few miles aching drop. applied corn stops directly the' upon soreness a tender In-,

k :you on a subject that affects so deep-! end to>this! disgraceful evil.; Jt ,cannot south of the city limjtg? were in the stantly.and soon the corn shrivels.up i
; your very foundations of democracy live whert the':community does not city onbusiness, last Tuesday..; so it lifts\ right nut, root and nll. without -

jet t Your Job Printing From the Valley Gazette find I'trust you will' ,realize the'. situatlon. -,' countenance, it..;' :; Miss Lucy Lupfer 'of Kissimmee, pain.and This drug inflames freczone is harmless irritates --
never or even
Can Not Be Champion."I
., Liberty who has been visiting Miss 'rb 'lma the ..urroundlnq.kin.. 1
I I
"I refen. to the mob spirit which here can never accept'any man as the Alderman a few weeks, has returnedto w.* a.- .
and there has recently shown its head champion of- liberty, either for Our. her home. Miss 'Alderman goes to CONFERENCE ON'WAR ,
: not in' single region,I selves or for the world, who does not a
among us, any Kissimmee with her for a few weeks'. WORK AT STATE
but in many and widely separated 'reverence and'obey the laws of our visit that
I (Jn lovely city. COLLEGE FOR WOMEN fi
Bankof parts of the country. There have;i J wn beloved land, whose laws we our Jim Bronson and Clyde Bass were --

State been many lynching*, and' every. one selves have made. He :has adopted in the city a few days last week, having -Tallahassee, Fla., July 23, 1918. "..
pf them lhas- been a blow at the heart;)j'j'e, standards of the enemies of his driven a bunch of Florida-raised To the ''Women of Florida!

of ordered law and humane Justice,- No,;!t country whom he.affects to despise. ponies from 'Kla lmmee to Okeecfio- The College for. "women cordially r,

Kissimmee man who loves America man who. .I'- -......-."WOODROW.- .- - WILSON." bee thatJ>elong to J. S. Strattou.he l invites you to'a'' Conference on War
ponies numbered forty-three all of Work to be held at the College on

which but nine were sold in sand' near II Aug. 7 to, 10. f.
I; The of the world "IMPERIALDERMANY"WHAT AN AP.PEAl TO All Okeechobee.. Our folks know the I, The War Conference lias'the'hear-

I eyes , best; therefore they buy Florida-1 ty co-operation of the Federation of '
I} raised ponies. I Woman's Clubs of the State,,Councilof

,( IT IS PATRIOTIC WOMENMrs. \Among the business men visiting In I Defense,'of the State Food Admin t' },r

4 are on the man 'vvhoi ... the city last'Saturday was ..'So Strat-listratlon, of the State' Fuel Administration -
ton who is conducting extensive; (arm and other 'organizations for

(f By DR. TALCOTT WILLIAMS, Thomas J. Preston, Jr., operations 'at St. Lucie canal-and who :War Activities, all of which ''will
also,conducts the ferry across the ca.naii .!?have representatives at the Confer
(Formerly Mrs. Grover Cleveland
Director of the Columbia University '
In conversation with Mr. Strat- ence. -

School of Journalism. ) Urges Women of toti, he informed tbe Call reI" u"r.ta-!I I The dormitories and the entire '

i SAVESPAUSE Based on the principle In Immoral and in Nation to Stand Firm. tivr that he will have In cultivation! I plant' of the College for Women wilt n'.
ethics operation
perilous, tyrannical to all liberty, that certaInmen forty acres of tomatoes, eggplant, ani ,j ibe' placed at the disposal of the worn- P
'
are born to \Ve can win If America can be held peppers at his plaee ,on-the canal, and 'den to attend.

fJ'1i .. .., rule, the "Imperial. in connection with this pla-ulno';, together The program' for the Conference
""' !'''.!<< ''''-<<.'?.'.. steadfast and unswerving, and tbe women -
.' h. ..1 German .Government" of America can bold her steadfast with W. A. Scott at Chary can be bad on application. Any one
r 'i iI ila.i"'tor. a Against all I. Bay hixty acres will\ be planted hll the I wishing space in the dormitories''
for A moment I ""' : .':' : generation been the w ra temptations to com- same vegetables. These gentlemenwill ) should make reservation beforehand. '
man : .
young : ,
foe of liberty and
; promise the womenof market their crops througa' OI""ee- Board and '
; $4.00
: room per
1 1. .,;4..... the enemy of free America should .
self. The ,
: a thought to >, 'It., \ chobee this fall and winter, as they Yours truly
;' ....., 1' 1 dom. Its whole In. stand firm and
< ; ,I fluence bas been 1 find this is their nearest fchti'pinu;! E. CONRADI.w. ".,
: united MrsThomas .
problems that confront .you now, or. .-, thrown to. suppress I J.says Preston point to Northern markets. In or.lor ..s. i '

will few hence. '::::$?j freedom In the Jr. (formerly Mrs more rapidly to place their productson Keep the home garden coming. You
a years jJ ; four Balkan states.It drover Cleveland), board the cars, they have put- can't afford to buy truck bn the market tl
baa preventedtheir when it can be grown cheaply at
that
In a message the Ubtised.two large autotrucks will
Look about tbe of affairs in nation- home.
you- men country, state peaceful development women of America, :
yes, in the world, are the men whet started to save early iD.iii.. .! refused : made public -
< to enforce the Trea- through the National -
They bare the respect and confidence.of the cemmnnitr.l Talcott William ty of Berlin which Security :
would have brought League. Good Looking Fruit Means t,

Then look en the other side-at the fellows who spend all they peace/and Is responsible for four Bal Mr*.. Preston !.
-
k personality Bake-they reflect may ?have a food time for a while, but what does their. supported kan wars. the A bloodthirsty score of years Sultan ago of It MT.J..........-..ton,oIr.actlye! League-In the becunty work- Attractive Price ReturnsFruit i

t Turkey In Armenian massacres and She was the grit woman to become a

A dollar or so deposited la this bank will be the the officers of have the aided"Imperial and GermanGovernment" abetted member of,the League's National Executive of uniformly good appearance means uniformly,good returns . i iBt

nncleas of an honorable, independent career. these massacres now because the Armenians Committee, and-Is secretary of to the grower. Northern' purchasers, unable to taste before

Make your beginning now-today. Year bankbook worked and planned for liberty :Through the League's Education.Committee on patriotism buying purchase according to outward ,appearances.And .

will pave tho way. .J when other races In Turkey were Mrs Preston's message to the women
. 1" .' quiescent It Is the "Imperial German it becomes consequently profitable
of the
reads In
full
Capital stock ____?____________. .._. :_ '..::.: $100.000.00 \ Government" which Is responsible for country ; ? for growers to give to their fruit :
Resources;; er,________-._..i.:...'.i.r>.iS:: 5,600,000.00, 800,000 Armenians, starved to death as "Proclaim Liberty. the greatest outward attractiveness
I':' ,, ' [ ;" ,. ,,.,,:!.. .: ,,J.r., "" !" Germans themselves te.tlf,.. "Proclaim Liberty throughout ALL ;
c, : ? Ofieen"and( Diiectont "t\\f' THE LAND unto all the Inhabitants ,
\ I ,.. vi, . }>, "Secret Enemy"In thereof.' : -a-1_ Skinner Machines i. '> .,

1 C. A. CARSON, President M. KATZ,and EC: L. LESLEY, V-P. 1008 when the revolutionary These words were written about -- '
I Turkish government Was for freedom. 1400 years before Christ, aa part oil Do Their Work Well
ROMA THOMAS, CashierN. Germany opposed It; when It became the Law of Holiness In the Book of \,,
tyrannical Germany made this Skinner "Satisfaction/ CUlLrant ed"
government Leviticus Our fathers Inscribed them :
N. C. BRYAN. B. CARSON. M. KATZ
Its ally The German Packing IIouso :Itichinery it adaptedto
government
: C. A. CARSON II. FLEMING, E. L. LESLEY upon the Liberty Bell which called ourmighty
harassed France not merely beCause the smallest: well the
J. WADE TUCKER, Directors ; nation Into life. as as largest
If, It was Its ancient enemy, but "Today 'all the inhabitants' enjoy fldf+ r citrus fruit packing houses ,It does
because Its success as a; republic made liberty tile Jew and tile'Gentlle, the the work, and does it economically.!
r' the French people perilous to princes. rich and the poor, the native and the
, The German government plotted to restore alien-born, the weak and the strong. I' I( fore Skinner machinery sold than '
-: President the Manchu 'Emperor and the The old Liberty Bell is silent! for Ita r *e cf a'.l: competitors combined. Merit
CARSON.
C
c. A. N. BRYAN.
Secretary
.
i Russian Czar to their thronesBecause '
? voice has been beard 'throughout all has placed it In the lead Let us tall

:'. The Waters & Carson prosperity the and American power made people liberty by Its; tile"But land.Liberty' Is not safe. It Is men. you YOU.more about what it can do for
We have
I desired by .all tbe world the GermanJto'eroment aced along the battle fronts of many helped plan num-
has been Its secret enemy. hem bers 'of the most successful packing e
nations our own among and.
Thirty years ago It plotted against out America requires a new motto for her houses Ask us :what we can sug. .
treaty rights In Samoa ; It sent Its old Bell; 'Proclaim liberty through. gent for you, without: 'obligation to

Grocery Company fleet to worry and threaten Dewey out ALL LANDS unto all the Inhabitants yourself in any way. ....
at Manila 1808 It offered to
.In ; Eng thereof.' Until liberty Is safe
land which refused to overturn the .
1 In all lands, It can not be safe In .our
Monroe Doctrine In Mexico. It has In Co.B.
L.
Hence B. Skinner Mfg.
owq. the task to which AmerIca .
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in.GROC'ERIES fifteen years threatened Venezuela has reverently and unselfishly ded-

Mexico llaytl aid other American icated herself. C. Skinner Manager
states When we were maintainingpeace ,
"Make Motto Real."
under great provocation It proposed
to Mexico'and Japan to attack: The Fathers of tills Republic, men Lee Avenue, Dunedin, Florida
us, both refusing. It betrayed International of many races, with a common love of .r
a t faith In the dispatches sent liberty, wrought Into law our ancient t. Distributor of Avery Mak.ru of IIt. h.... Revolving
through the Swedish Minister. It filled motto, thus giving liberty a chance to Tractors and Novo Kngln Overhead Irrigation Outfits
. OOOOOOOOeo ooo * * c.oe0. * . . enlighten the world."Today I
land with ,
0 our spies sought una valllnrI -
I ly to embroil us with those of German we," their descendents: are .
WE SELL: WE BUY: ______
-
; birth resident In this country, slaugh called upon to make real the new
HAY I tered our citizens on the high seas motto, and thus to give liberty the
BIDES contrary to all law, national and I ter' undisputed right to bless the world.
0 GRAIN .. national, human and divine. "This can be done but only after Be StenoBookkeeperPatriot.
. FURS "Bore Much." heroic struggle and sel(-sacrifice. A a
S'jf FERTILIZERS ; premature peace would mean failure.
0' 0 WOOL \V. waited long, we bore much, and It would be only less disastrous than i
P,i *! SHINGLES we are now sending our sons to the complete defeat Against all temptations .
t: . AND war declared: against the "Imperial to compromise the women of
;' :'f* ORANGE BOXES. j German Government" because the record
America should stand'firm and united.
?.. ALL of thirty years shows that neither Several of our graduates have received appointment and gone to
"Peace and t
ORANGE WRAPS e liberty nor democratic Institutions are Safety. Washington the past few days at salaries from $1,100 to $1.400 a
"Victory< means peace and safetyfor
COUNTRY safe the worldover while that govern
VEGETABLE CRATES ment Is powerfhl.\ We wisely prefer, our children; defeat means humiliation year. Why not YOU? Uncle Sam needs you, and needs YOU NOW.

j j PRODUCEs : after what Belgium suffered to fight and practical servitude for With the commercial concerns of Orlando and other towns calling
CRATE NAILS them; while a negotiated peace, with
Germany "somewhere In Trance" rather
-
a"re unable to supply the demand. We need and '
.t. G the military machine of Prussia unbroken upon us we too. you
than In New York harbor; on the
000 00000 . 00 . 000 * * * * > Somme, rather than on the Hudson. means that everything In their need YOU NOW.BooU.eeping..

In one or the ether we should have lives must be subordinated to the task i
We tell field and garden seeds of all, r' had to fight In 1T70 we sent our sons of preparing for another war with Shorthand Typewritipg. Salesmanship Civil Serv- a
Wi give special attention to fitting oat hunting and camping Germany. We can win now If America .
; t parties. to fight for American liberty, and we iee. etc., by expert instructors Write TODAY.
: Free delivery in city limits. "Phone No 42 won It In 1812 we fought for the can be held steadfast and unswerving -

h We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask as for circular and pric. freedom of the sea and we won that ,.and the women of Americacan eel

r: on fertilizers. (U. S..Food Administration License N*., G-22092) In 1861 we' sent our sons to fight for hold her steadfast" Southern School ofCommerce
W. .. 8.
the Ubert1" of the slave, and we won
that.: Today we send our sons out to : How much of your income do you .
I For Indigestion Constipation or ************************** fight for the liberty of humanity', and fritter away and how much do you .
invest in W. S. S.? Remember that
r Blllouness we shall win that :
,f Just try one 60-cent bottle of LAX-FOS To insure publication all com. :,- their many, lives.of the'men at the front' give .' r rR

|WITH ,JtPSIN. A Uquld Digestive municatlons and notices of meetIngs W.n...-
5 Laxative pleasant to take. Made and must reach this office before tbe OuMM That DeM Not Affect lbs Ned A want ad. in the Valley Gazette C. S. CASTON, Preside T' .
\ recommended to the public by Paris Uedl- !leea...of It* tonlo and JasatJ. effect.LAXAi .
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noon Thursdays. will rent rooms. -
1 VB aaOMOQUJIlfJNBlabeUerthaa..cUaa" your spare
yr'\(t due Co,manufacturers of Laxative Eromo Onlnla and doc act cam crvoocaM nor W... S."Lick .-- ORLANDO,. .. e .FLORIDA., ? :
Tasteless! chin TOI s1agInbe.d. Bomber.... tail end
Grove's name
Quinine. and Co ...... .......... ... look tot tie-aicsatar ol E. OROV& lOco stamp .to lick the Kaiser"
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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE I SHINGLE CMrs 1


..........' BverraaaM r4fda7. St. Cloud Department '

.7 x.... Valley G.Mtta Caaa*.7 F, II. Tyner and children visited Summer Clearance Sale ;
KL.I-.e .....rt.. at the' homes of relative in this

W. B. D........ ..........* section Sunday.Mr NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CltY"
El. O. Va.. A.!......, Becrctarjif and Mrsr. E. L. D. Overstreet '

........_ . *. 11aeri visited Sunday at the home of the BY OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S :
former's son Roll who has been seriously
... .tle. Rat._ vice president Mrs. Dr. Wells second
OBO Copy One TearOn -___._________|1.00 dick for some weeks. His con- Mrs.. J. Emerson returned on Tuesday vice president, Mrs. Grace Llppincott i
Cop Six Month.._..'._...__ dition still is serious, although at from'' Tampa. She was accompa
1.0t and Mrs. Rose Bullard
secretary,
treasurer
communication. except from ourauthorised proved. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Clark left on'
Mr. and Mrs. P. Flood have moved
cofrnapondenta must be .Alias Iva Niswonger returned home Tuesday eveningfor Palatka where SHOESIn
.la-ned by the writer. > from their ranch, near Lake Alligator .
,, ,, Rejected matter will not ba returned the first of the week from. Tampa they expect to make their, future
a.l.. called for.I' to their residence on Maryland
where she has been employed some; home. '
: .
" ,a (Entered. in the Poitofflce at KleilraFlortda months. She returned to assume her George Brown is here from 'key avenue
.
... a. coiid-claaa matter) W. s.! *--
duties as teacher of the'Shingle CreeK West on 'a furlough. LIEUTENANT FRED HILL -
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school. Floyd Davidson left on Wednesdayfor WRITES. FROM FRANCE!
order close stock of
: "* Mra. Ira Keene and children went Tampa,' where he expects to' Join I to out, our

to Orange Center on Saturday for .anoverSunday the navy. .". from
Continued One)
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visit 'at. the, homes of M.i.Ai Frances Marine returned on Page Summer Shoes we are offering the
'I e O relatives. Thuriday'""from Tampa and Srrasota, :Thanks for ,P's pict tire.-_ wonder
where: he is how' he is
and
f- Malcolm Ovcrslrect jg. stayingat; i where she had been vliiting friends., ting along. I now expect to hear from get-him following; ,attractive 'prices for the
t. the home of his brother Roll, assist'- D. II. Riggan spent Wednesday. with

) ing with-thb work during. the latter'. friends in Orlando. soon-when our mail finds us again -. next two weeks: ,
'. My ,love to Mads and Claire, and
_ yyo
illness. MrY 'and, Mrs L Shambow, Mrs. '
kindest "regards 'to'all friends;
'} gP One of the wagon bridges overShlngl Marcelle, and Mrs. Doughty'motored my
PR also my'love to'Uncle Gus. I hope he j ,
creek is in a deplorable con- to Orlando' on Wednesday I

''t dition. The'' bridge' over the mainstream Mix. Jane. Breckenridge and her still 'is .enjoying good health.0'Loadsof Sale Begins Sat. 3rd
I love Mother and Dad. :,* I Aug.
was put in first-class condition mother who have been in Chicago ,
' ,2. 1918., loving son,
FRIDAY.'AUGUST several weeks ago and enough 111., returned here Tuesday,evening.Mrs. am jour HILL.
FRED'W. L.
RESOLUTIONS. new material was left on the groundto H. N. Grady'of Fort Myers is
1 ,1 ,
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I ,' make the repairs .necessary to the visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman. ladi s' White Canvas SlIoeII-__-_W ortll -C.OO-aOW $3.25

; r f II' I'. 1 Appreciating to the utmost the su other bridge but for some reason Mrs. Grady is .here In the interest Classified Advertisements Ladies'' White Canvas Shoei_______,____Worth Z.75-11ow 2.00

1 1 American sacrifice is of our the work has not been done.M. of'war work under the auspicesof Ladies' White Kid Oxfords_____________ Worth 6.00 now 4.50
manhood which offeringiU M. Miller and family of Kissimmee the W-C. T. U. WILL TRADE or exchange city property Ladies' Whit Nubrick orcbWortb '4.50 now 3.50
life the altar of free-
stock
upon for or
y dom very for the world we, the members visited the homes of relatives in Dr. M B. Cushman, whQ has been of, any, kind.country B. c.property' Miller.. Z8-tf Ladies' White Reipuldn Oxfords._.,*._-__Worth 4.50-now 3.50

of the South Florida Press Associ'I this'vicinity.; Sunday. visiting in St. Petersburg and Ruskin -, FARMERS-Bend today for a tree sample Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords, __________..Worth 3.So-aow 2.75,

ation. In semi-annual session am-I Miss Ethel Johnson returned to.her Fla., returned home on Monday.G. copy of the Florida Farmer and. Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords__________ Worth..3.00 now.,2.25

bled Resolve., do hereby That-In this crisis, and.a* home, in Kissimmee, Saturday aftera A. Bleech, J. K. Conn C. Dyall Stockman about, publlahed livestock. at ralalna-JackaonvllleTelia dairyIng Ladies' White Canvas Pomps__________.Worth 3.75-now 2.85

(nag aa life- shall last we dedicate aU': two-month sojourn at the home of and L. U. Zimmerman were fishing at ing,, twice poultry. a,month citrus at fruit too and per year truck._ Ladies' White Canvas Pumps___..._____:...Worth 2.75-oow 2.00

that we are and all that we hare to her grandparents,.Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Alligator lake on last Thursday. three years for 11.00. Only livestock AU Men's ,Keds___*-______________--___Worth '2.00-now 1.35

''Iw the support of our glorious1.' Nation Bronson' Mr. and Mrs. Mann, from Palmetto .and tat..general Write farmingpaper today. -In the An M n's Kcds________________-'___-,___Worth 1.25-now .85

?t oar righteous government cause and and be it our further illustrions The Sunday' school at this point, Fla., came In last Thursday and FOR SALE.-.William and Mary solid ouartar. AU Boys' Keds_____-' ____-_________-___Worth I.OOnow .75

Resolved. That; every newspaper though very small, is alive to the responsibilities have spent the week at the Bonair I cut oak dining suits: full-.trs brass bsdfourburnar : AU Children's Keds___',-__..,-.____,_....;Worth .90-now .70

.,' folding- membership 1 1ft. this organ of the times and is endeavoring louse while lacking around our Wonder lr..t| etc; all ell practically stove; Hooslsr sew Also kltchan food cab-4- AU Ladies' Ked.___..?-__-___-_?_____--__Worth 2.100=:now 1.35

"' ation display this resolution in' bold to do its part in ministerng City, with which they are much ,....*old Cash muls.or'would waaon.trade Impl.m.for good..". car and All Ladies' Keds____--_____-___________Worth 1.75-rnow 1.25

type at the head of Its editorial page and to the needs of some of those peo- leased. They return today to Pal corn.Rural Rout. No. I. Box '4O. Klsslmmss.FORD All Misses' Keds______..,________-_____-_Worth 1.50-now 1.10 ,

"} that throughout copies the be sent month, to-of our August.President ple made needy on account of the war. metto, but expect to return here sometime OAR FOR 8AL-I9I7 mods). In aood All Children's Keds_____________________Worth 1.25-now .85
i" and to, our representatives in Con At a recent session the school voted in the future and locate. condition. W. H. ARNOLD, Klsslmmss. Worth 3.25-11ow 2.50 "

1 Kress. t to send the money on hand, amount- The Epworth League 'of the Methodist FOR RENT-Furnished rooms or 2.50-now 1.75

+,;:; Done and ordered by unanimous ing to $10, to the relief fund for the Episcopal church, held its socialon apartments In modern, convenient for light house housekeeping, close In. All Children's Oxfords, Worth 2.25-now 1.60..
.' vote at the city of Wauchula in the starving people of Armenia. The sum Friday evening at the church, Mrs E. 1::. \Vclla. Real Estate and Insurance Worth 2.00 1.35
1R State of Florida this 12th day of lie Mabbette St. Phone 241 Black and TanFred -now
July 1918. was at once forwarded to the com where all enjoyed a nice time. I Worth 1.75-now 1.25
mittee in New York. :bars Angelia W. Gibford died at FOR S.\LK-Elfrhty acres; 12 acr..acleftr..d Worth I.SO-now 1.10
and under fence: :8 I acres In
The army worm is said 'tQ be destroyirrg One of the busiest residents of this the Ljakevlew/ Hotel on Monday evenIng I bearing orange grove; (2,000 worth Children's Baby Doll Pumps_______-.;-__.:.__Wortla 1.25-now .85

s the castor-bean crops in section is Mr. Morrow, who, recently I at 7 o'clock. The funeral was held I of room cypress house timber and kitchen.on tract Also: tour 60 Children's Baby' Doll Pumps___.._________Worth 1.00-now J7S

fI some 'sections of the Stato by eating acquired the F. H. Tyner farm. Mr. from the Carlson undertaking parlorson head< of hogs cattle loose and< a good the bunch ofrange Ladies' One-Strap Black Oxfordi___.-____Worth 3.75 now 2.85

\:-c off the leaves. If the flavor of the Morrow has made extensive alterations Thursday afternoon. Intermentwas Farming tools and Implements.on . range.located Mistei' One-Strap Black Oxford*_________Worth 3.25-11ow %..50Children'
,leaves bears resemblance to that \ about the place and is \ in .Mount Peace cemetery. She near Kenanavllle.. Price f600,
any gradually
Black Oxfords
;}: half.cash, balance terma. to suit. B. One-Strap _______Worth 2.75-now 2.00
t of the finished product, we certainlydon't getting everything about the place in 83 old in June and was H. Kenanavllle, Fla. 25-tt
was years Guy Children's Outing Shoes:::.,....,._________Worth -2.75-now 2.00
: :i admire the worm's tnste. fine shapeA continuation of his work born in Fort Wayne Ind. She leaves DWELLINGS for rent.. Apply to M Children's Outing Shoes______-_________Worth 2.50-now 1.75
'1 will eventualy make this farm one of three children to mourn her loss-Edward Tiller.FOR _.

"! We printed in last week's Herald the show places of this community.Ed B. Gibford of Adrian, Mich.; BALK_Second-hand Ford cars

a good deal about the woes of news Ivey who for some time past I I Henry Gibford of Tacoma, Wash., and I at Co..attractive 807 Broadway prices. Osceola Motor
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papers. We wish to say just one has been experiencing serious trouble Mrs. .Carrie Schoaff of Fort Wayne
I i FOR SALE!-One Emerson Typewriter,
thing more and then dose the chapter with his' went to Mon' .
eyes, Tampa Ind. model three, visible, aa good aa new S. Gilbert
.H vii: Any community that think. day, expecting to .enter a hospital to I The Woman's Home Guards met on Apply Valley Uacette. tf.

R newspaper worth having, must sup- receive treatment at the hands of .a I Tuesday evening and performed their FOR RENT-S sleeping rooms

port it; and this support must be specialist for one week. 'customary drill. On Friday evening desirable tably furnished location., convenient Term a comtor.j

general and not restricted to a few H. W. Johnston and wife made a the Woman's Home Guards of Ki's-' ,able; men prefered. or
conveniently arranged and turnlohI I :
public spirited individuals. A large business trip to Campbell and Loughman simmee will meet with the the St. rd for light housekeeping 228 I
majority of the business men must Monday.A. the latter town and Beaumont avenue. Phone 179
; on Cloud Guards. in W. H. ,ARNOLD ALAN J. MAC DONOUGD
f advertise in it and a .large majorityof R. Dennis is taking an enforced engage in a joint'drill. FOR B ALB-No. 4 Irish potatoes for

11 the citizens must subscribe for It: vacation the,:result; of a,,-surgical .operation Roy/Van Danberg;.who has enlisted f.fall o. planting.b. Hastings Price Florida Sc per cash pound with ARNOLD &.MacDONOUGH

Any community that fails to comply; Dr Instructions and FH.i1Alleni.Hastlngs; !' 'Kla..', .. '
performed by CjJLSlHyat :;! has'receivedjhis': i ; ( i
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with these:,,:*,requirements'' 'willSjnohave "8> t l lastj MondaYfor' ,tbelremov l ofbarowthifromfone ( expects to I leave on'' SaturdayMiSeytnourthe ):|jytf';j/a: \AA\\o .dJUltJ1. 1\1\,.. ,Contractors, Engineers, Architects .

1r |a|newspaper" ,!|.very' j k{ I longj:)jl sand r.r f of the]bones of[the ; : of J jewe'er: :,ha' removed :: \\1.'''h.if_., ..,,,.. ...... ..,. 1\;*DARLINGTON AVE. : 'CITIZENS BANK ,BLDG. 4
when its publica"tion -lght"hand. assisted = """ """ ..r "
ceases The doctor was and
j newspaper from the Conn building ", . ,
d notice is hereby given to" the oy Miss Baker, a trained nurse. now occupies part of S. W. Porter's Let Me .

world that that community'Is a dead Mrs. I. II. P. Baulknight is reported real-estate office.

one.-Punta Gorda Herald., quite sick and is under the care of The Priscilla Club met on Friday ExamineYour Not' Much Doing this Week

Dr. Rivers. last at the home of Mrs. Delia Sage
TOM CAMPBELL. -"'. ft. B,. i ip Doop's addition for an' all-day

ABOUT EATING. meeting. goodly number was in at- Eyes I _ Watch Out Later!
", As the time flits bv. and the picking -
of a candidate for Governor become We hate to tell it on Jim Miller, but' tendance. Tho time was spent in

1 a necessity., let it be known that ourgood he's living higher than the law allowsin snipping rags for Red Cross pillows. I have the Ecientificfinstruments (

friend, Thomas J-r Campbell of these strenuous war times; or, The next meeting will be on Friday, for determining;and the GLASSES \ FOR SATURDAYBlack Argj Starch bulk, Oc; 5 lbi._ .40 i

: West Palm Beach, a Bclf-mado man at least, it seemed that way to this Aug. 9, at the home of Mrs. Jesse for correcting any and all defectsof Eye Peas, 13c .2 for., .25 Alaga Syrup, gal. _.______ 1.15 j I
and one of the best boosters Florida Alaga Syrup, 1.-2'.gal. .58
tit ever had, is seriously thinking of announcing editor when pic'red up by Mr. Miller Harris, in the West End. vision, NO :MATTER! the (nature Lima Beans, 18c, 2 Ibs for.. .35 Alaga Syrup, No. 2 ._-_-__-'-?--. .22 I

himself as a candidate for and his flivver one day lost week and Another t''* those famous dinnerswill of your case.: If your Prunes, 2 lbs for _____.____ .25 Alaga Syrup, No. 1 ?_.__.__ .17 u Y

Sidney j. Catts' shoes. Tom would whirled out to his model suburban be served at Mrs. Carrie Will- GLASSES do'not fit you perfectly Evaporated Peaches ._?_ .. .15 Crisco, large can __:._______ 1.90

.' make Times.a good .executive.-Moore'' Haven iams' home, at the canal, on Thurs- call on me.I Cheese,' 1b.30' Crisco, medium __ _, ._____ .95

Go to it, Tom! With the record farm.When we arrived, he set out abouta day. Automobiles leave the postoff ice fit any eye that. respnnds to Navy Beans, 2 Ibs_____,-____ .25 Crisco, smnJl,___*____ ______ ,50
bushel at 9:30 and 10 a. Thirty-five cents Sweet Feed 100 Ibs. ____... "
you have made thus far, there 'is no basket of oranges-nice; m. light. Calumet lOc i i: 3.30
Jf. Baking
reason why should not aspire to fresh, ripe, juicy Florida oranges, just i for the dinner. You are invited to call ,for consultation 13c Powder 'Oats 100 Ibs .-.._______._ 3.60
you and ._____________ .24
1 The of the Chris- Corn, JOO lbs ___ ..________ 3.95
off the tree. When had done' Loyal Daughters and advice ?
we :
be Governor. Here's the record, justice U-Ueeda Biscuit pkg. ______ .08
} to these he turned into his tian Church Will be entertained on Velvet Bean Meal _____..._ 2.30
about as near as we retneriber: us Graham Crackers, large, ... .15 Alfalfa
Meal ______________ 2 55
a Born ct Bassenger, In the good old grape arbor,*which is literally loaded Friday afternoon by Mrs. George' DR. E. S. HOFFMAN Graham Crackers, small ____ .10 Best Creamery Butter Ib __ .55

county of Osceola; milked cows, cut with luscious black scuppernongs. Barber at her pretty home, on Massachusetts Crisco, small ___........... .50 Minced Ham, 'lb. __________ ..28 r''

t wood, and washed dishes for his The grapes were so thick on the vine avenue Occultist-Optician' U. S. Smoking pkf.( _?-_____ .06 Potted Ham, Libby's ______ .06
board while going to school in Kis- you could just shut your eyes and The women of the Christian church Prince Albert, pkg. ________ .14 Vienna Sa 'sage, Libbv's, can .11
reach and handful. met last Thursday and., formed a George Washington pkg. ._ .06 Corn Beef Hash, can, 13c, 2__ .25
immee; walked from here to the aateoa.t up get a After depleting 28 West Church Street Beef
his to the limit of Christian Woman's Board Missions\ Stag, pkg. ...______....'_._ .05 pork and Veal Loaf ca .20
(somewhere near Palm Beach]) grape crop ORLANDO. FLA. Velvet, package _. ____ ____ .Ifl Household Ammonia, bot..__ .10
to takeI, job as a sawmill hand; our> capacity he invited us into the Society. Mrs. I.. N. Jenkins was elect- Renos, pkg. _________ ,___._ .06 Blueing, bottle _.__._____;___ .05
'worked himself up and became an house, where Mrs. Miller announced ed president, Mrs. B. F. Rails first All others, pkg. ______-______ .05 Potash, large Can __________ .10
influential citizen; went to Tallahassee supper was ready. Remember, we had Pillsbury Flour, 24 Ibs. (with Cal.. Peaches, heavy syrup __ .25

and ctayed with the Legislature eaten oranges without knowing about substitute) ..__.....___ 1.60 Cal. Peaches, small ________ .14
o Barley Flour Ib. _____ Tomatoes, No. 1 can lOc, 3 fo .25
.08
until they granted his demand for he grapes, and had eaten grapes per Tomato
r anew Fancy Head Rice lb...__ .11 Pulp, 10e, 3 for ____ .25
county with Palm Beach as the without taking supper into consider 1 Water Ground, lb.per..___ .06 Best Early June Pets!, can ._ .14
county seat; went back home and ation; but we didn't want to be a Overland Rumford Baking Powder-Ib.--_ .25 Best Pork and Beans, can.__ .15

'took the office of tax: collector, whichhe quitter; BO we went into supper and The : Garage Best Salt Bacon lb. _______ .30 Small cans ._______________ .09
has held ever since; now owns a i there right before us, were chicken, Good White Bacon, Ib_______ .25 Maxwell 1Iouse' Coffee, csn __ !.32
and beef and kid and all the other Breakfast Bacon Ib. .._____ .45 White House Coffee, can ____ .35
t large slice ae the territory in thdt Sliced 'Ham lb. _____, ___i__ .40 Senate, best there is _______ .35
r ,county, and is president of the Palm good things that used to go to makeup ==... ',- Salmon, per can'___________ 18 Arbuckles ___,.________ .24
Beach Board of Trade. a big Sunday dinner before the -- .' ..., ....- ..- ..&.- Argo Salmon '-_______.__.__ 28 Mince Meat, pl:g. _____HIH .10

If a man can'do all this for himself war, including. ice cream, piled high in is now under new manage- ;J s Bull Head Catsup, hot 13c, 2 .25 Best Evaporated Peaches ___ .15 ,
Eba Jar Kings: doz. _________ *"
unaided what couldn't he big saucers. Milk can ____________ .05 _" 04 <
accomplish Milk __ ___ Best Red Sings, doz_______ | -
Eagle ca ______ .22 .10
I backed by the whole State We got over it in a couple of days, All work all .
>ut have had feefhig since thatit I ment. on Mohawks, can _____________ .15 lIb( can Cocoa ____________ Z5
yof Florida? ever Carnation, can __._._.______ .06 DRUGS __ r|
wasn't just exactly fair for Jim.not. makes of cars and marine St. Charles can ___________ .06 Sulphur package ________.__ .05
.' LieuU. J. T. Lansfall M. Briggs, to tell us about all those good things, Van Camp's Milk; can _____- .06 Blue Label'Vaseline, bof ____ .05

fcnd H. :E. Olson were here from Arcadia so we could have'''sort of divided up, Eddie Pet milk Baby, can _______, .06 Turpentine bot+le ....___ *in
on Sunday, the guests of S. L. a. it were. work done promptly. Georgia Cane Syrup, 1% lbs_ .15 'Caster Oil, bottle ____ I" IQ

: w.s.g.'' Do, 5 lbs________________ .65 Ca.torfal.bottle -_____IIHI_ ,.30
Lupfer and family. Lancaster .is in charge'of Do, 10 Ibs.--_..________ 1.10 ;Epsom /Salts:: box __________ .05
,. Relatives in KUsimmee have received No Worm in a Healthy Child Smoked I Camphor, bottle : .10
Ham butts, tine Ib__ .85
Salts box ____r----------
,, i 'Word, from Lieutenant Marlon All children troubled WIth'worm.* bar an nnlealthy ____ W riK
'Farmer who 'I* 'somewhere inFrance" color which Indicate poor blood, and a.a the repair department. EVERYBODY INVITED TO INSPECT OUR SANITARY STORE
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role, then U more or lew Momach dlKorbanca.ROVE'S i- AND GET PRICES. Our Motto is: I
that he had been CordiaUty; 16 0:1.: to the
stating pro TASTELESS chill TONIC limn retnlarly'
und
and 100
be first lieutenant. Lieut. tar two or three. weeks will enrich the blood. Improve p Cents on the Dollar. "
FkL moted to the dilution,and act a.a G.mrsl8treagtb- OUT OF TOWN ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY
(Farmer+ completed his training course+ ening. Toole' to the whole aratam. Nanra will then I P. H. TYNER .
' about two months ago, and it I is probable brow. offer dispel. the warms,and the Child will .beD Mgr.
perfect hearth. descant to take. lOa pus bottle. CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY
that be is ,at'the front now and '
(serving a* an' aerial observer-In the 6W curesby; remoing the cause.
Phone 141 422
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1 THE KISSIMME VALLEY GAZETTE, :FRIDAY,. FRIDAY,. AUGUST Z, 191,8.,, DIVE


Mrs. F. W. Hill of Narcooseo. is vis. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Williams and 666 cures Malarial Fever. 82-10t The XIs.lmm.Telephone Company

_ JNTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS I sting Mrs A Drought at Hammock son ('osm, and also their",soninlawand :I, H C. Piano, accompanied by L. A. is rebuilding' its line to St. Cloud
Grove. daughter, )lr, and Mrs William' Hakes of Orlando, manager' of the running' it along the public road instead .

I Judge T.:. M.i Murphy spent Tuesdayin Mrs. J. T. Stevens of Wauchula visited Wahihuter, motored up from Loughman 'Citrus Subexchangv, are' today at.. of along the railroad: The workis
DeLand on legal busineC. .,. Mrs. Otis Stevens here this Saturday and spent the day in tending the -meeting of the Grower 'in charge of Skeet Watson and Peter .-
: week. *" shopping In Kissimmee. Loan Guarantee at Savage
Weather Company Bartow.
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Report ; E. Griffin of New: Smyrna spent
Monday here with hi* brother, C, W, D.. A. John and wife, accompaniedby "Dusty" Goodyear, formerly"with 666 cures Headaches, Biliousness 666 contains no alcohol,, arsenic,
Griffin-. Miss Edyth Harrell. from Fitzger t ithei, Palace drugstore, but how a Loss of Appetite, of that tired ach: nor other poisonous) drug 32-10t

Following are daily tempera- Mrs. Geraldine Norton' Allendale aId, Ga., arrived in Kissimmee in their 1 I member of the naval reserve stationed ing feeling, due to Malaria or Colds Capt. Clay .Johnson! came up from
tares and precipitations as reported spent several days here visiting with car this week for a visit witH Mrs ,at Key West, spent last Sunday I Fine Tonic 32-10t Okeechobee this week and spent'sereral
Government station T. W. Ellis. greeting old friends in this city, He days at home.
T by friends this week. Mr. and Mrs.,Leon Bass left Satur.. The captain Is
at Kissimmee fo- the week ending :Will Hancock, of Rosalie is spendin is temporarily connected with the naval day night for New York. On the way n operating his three steamboats* "
Thursday, July V Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Hyatt several and their ? the week in town. On Tuesday he I recruiting. office at Orlando. they will stop at Jacksonville, Savannah Osceola, Lillie, and Ro.eada--on Lake
M.*..loln. Rain family left Thursday for daysat went down to Tampa; to secure workat Wilton Ajderman and Bem'ory Richmond, Washington, and Okeechobee and has .all the business a ahe
Thursday ..._ 93' 72 *4 the east coast .-_ the ..hipbuildingyards., and succeeded ''D. who are taking a special) Philadelphia? The trip will consume "can handle.: 1H
Friday __._., '93 71 -. Night- Policeman Floyd Tisoh returned in getting a job.' in mechanics at the University about .five weeks. 666 Cures Chills and Fever. 23-10t
Saturday _... 90 74 .28 to duty Monday",. after a' vacation Mr. and Mrs. Gurdon Clark, formerly of Florida, preparatory to enteringthe
Sunday .. ___ 91' 69 .24 lasting a week.. f!
of St. Cloud, 'but 'now living in United States service, drove down
Monday_.*.. 88 '72 .4B Mrs.! H. Clay Stanford Is spending Pal tka, where Mr. Clark io in the from Gainesville:; ( Saturday and spent '1"1
Tuesday.... 94 71 -. come time with friends at Coronado drug business,' were guests of'Mr.and Surday greeting their many friends. 4
Wednesday _i 90 "' '74 _. Beach and Daytona Mrs. J.. D. Woodbeck- this week Rev. O. B. Falls hag been absent OELIGHTEO wE a All W ITH t,

.o Oooooo oa .ootOOooo.. W. W. Ivy has moved his family Mr; and Mrs.! S. II. Bullock returned from the city for several days, bolding j Trie NEW FURNITURE / + "
_ to the residence in Cape Breeze for- home Monday from, a ten-day visitwith a meeting at Godfrey. Ga. The fl ITS FINE GOOOBTP e I 11
Alec Bronson'' Campbell" spent. merly occupied by P. C. Buttorff. the, Cam!, at Coronado Beach. pulpit at the Baptist church .will be II
['' Saturday in town. ''Miss' Blessie $ewton left this week' Mrs. Bullock had been on an' extended filled next Sunday morningand' "even'.( ,

.I Peter McCutch'aon of ,Union Center for Missouri, where she will spend visit with her son Stanley, af Miami, ingby Rev. Mr-i Burr of Winter Gar. ",
visited the city Saturday. ,0 several weeks visiting friends. .. and stopped over at Coronado on her den.' Mr. Falls expects to be home by .f (""
Wimberly McCleod reurned from Mr.and Mrs.'H. C. Piano and little way home. following Sunday.No. f.

Macon, Ga., on' Saturday, Daughter are .leaving tomorrow for ; ,"a
P. G. Cromartie of Shingle made a Titusville for a week's vacation. r !iii !

J, visit to the city Saturday. John Graham has returned home WE GUARANTEE rl:
from ,Fort- Valley, Ga., where he has .4. :1
Henry L. Overstreet! of Shingle was WE MEASURE THE-. /
t"qn] town, on business Saturday. i ii been engaged in packing peaches.. The Following Prices and.Goods for the Next SUCCESS or failure of tie days b..i.... ao I
... more by the volume of sales than by the number of satisfied expression '
,i Jo..ph.En ge Sr. of Kissimmee! Park : The Woman Home Guards will .go 30 Days: from o.r customers.: 'I ItI
to St. Cloud tonight join with the
visited town on business Monday . .
at that in battalion We hex many such and deem them our most effective 'advertise
A.J. Drought of St. Cloud trens- company .. place a
y mints, knowing that
they will be heard
acted business in town Saturday. drill. Roman Gold Peaches..,____$ .20 IJ/j Alaga Syrup.__-- -.2f1"' sk sand new customers" result. ,'by, 'others tad that future
Jack Simmons of St. Cloud was a The,Qazette is Indebted to Mr. A. ROM Dale Pe.chH.20 Jo. 1 Kara.___.-..___...._ .20 i "
'business visitor to town Saturday. : P. MurTn for some delicious scuppernong Daffodil Peaches ..._____'_ .30 No. 5 Karo---h-----( .50 OUR GOODS are thoro.,gh> dependable, prked reasonably,and c.n not fall '
grapes left at thio office yesterday Honeysuckle Peaches __... .30 No. 1 Y Log Cabin Maple.. .25 to prove satisfactory.. Knowing this and that your needs eventually will de.
Graham here front Orlando '
_ Young visiting was his morning. ,, Roman Gold Pears___,__-. .25 No. 3 Log Cabin Maple___.. .50 mend furniture, we look forward to selling' you a bill of goods.some.time if,
Sunday, : parents. Howard Anderson haa''' returned Turbas Pears .<-____.__?-. ..20'No. Barrington Hall Coffee____ .40 not sooner iE
:Senator!! A. E. Donegan ,returned home from Georgia and South Caro- 3 Nabob Pineapple_.._ .35 Lord Calyert Coffee...___*.- .40 '
.from Jacksonville Saturday nwrnl'tg.Homer lina, where he hasbeen_ buying and No. 2 Unicorn Pineapple.. .30 Premier Coffee .__-,.._.... .40 C. ,H. GRANTHAM ;
Partin of the Partin 'settlement : shipping watermelons the last several No. 3 Grated Pineapple.__. ..15 Unicorn Coffee _._______.-_., .30 s "1X. Satisfactory Stor. .
..pent'Saturday morning in our : weeks. Hunt's Sliced Pineapple __ ,.15 Taylor's Best Blend__...__ ..JO .

town. : Mrs. A. F: Bass arid son Otis, accompanied Hunt's AprlcoU ._________ 20 ,Arbuckle'g Coffee ___._..-_ .25
Rev. Joseph Enge of Kissimmee. by Tbllie Bass and Charlie Roman Gold Cherries___.. .25 Chase & Sanborn Tea, 8 OZ__ .30
r'JLPark preached at Orange Center last Low were a party motoring over-from White Daisy Cherries---- Tetley's Tea. 8 oz___-_,.____ .40 FOR SALE A. E. DROUGHT
.j' Sunday. *t. Cloud last Tuesday on a shopping Friends Cranberries .,_n__ ;20 Lipton's Tea 8 oz.____.__'_ .40
,. FOR RENT-Furnished flat with mission. Osceola Blueberries ____.. .20 Perl.Walla Tea, 8 oz-______ .45 '-...... 115 Broadway

y modern improvements. W. B. Harris, This hot weather, use Perspirine. No. 3 Osceola Beet______ .25 Cocoa-Baker's, Royal, Wil. Five Mules Harness

Gazette office. 14-tf Only 25c-at Central Drug Store.A. No. 3 Lye Hominy________ .12 V4 bur's, Lowney's'___lOc and .25 Real Estate and 'InsuranceREPRESENTS
Mr. end Mrs II. f. Evans of- Montgomery C. Starbird, a prominent saw No. 2 Dairy Maid Honey. .10 Ice-Cream Powders i____..i. .10 and Three Wagons ?
Ala., are guests of Miss Oul- mill man of Apopka, was In Kissimmee No. 3 Stokely'a Pumpkin.. .15 Grape-Nuts .,____________ .15 I: a
Ida Malloy. v-, I on Wednesday. Picador Pimentos .----__. .25 Premier Cornstarch ....... .15. The Home Insurance Co. of'New

J. J. Hughes end'son were among I Sergeant Jim Miller of the quar; N,. 1 Ceres Pea....._-_-..., .10 Puffed Wheat '____.-..._. .15 Inquiry York, the National Fire Insurance'Co.

the Shingle Creek visitors to town on termnster's'department, who has been No. 1 Osceola Peas..__-_. .15 Puffed Rice ..__......... .15 of Hartford, The Sun, 'and
Saturday.J. stationed at Charlotte, N. C., for some No. 2 Alpha Peas' __-_____. .15 Mother's Oats _...__-..._.i; .15 Graystone. Hotel other 'reliable eODl nl... w
H. Simmons of Eau Gallic, who ima, came home on furlough to visit No. 2 Princess Royal Pea,. .18 Minute Tapioca ,.....-.____ .15 33-3t many
spent last week in St. Cloud, visited his parents this week. No. 2. Easter Peas...-;.>.._ .18 Mincemeat ._-.-_.......... .15
No. 2, Osceola Peas....... .18
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'' Macaroni
'the city Saturday. Dr. M. B. Cushmart St. Cloud ---.r.-- .10
Noi 1 Premier Corn..._ _
Aaron and Tie Bass 'of Alligator spent several days here this week -' .lp Shredded Wheat ._-.._-__ .15
No. 2 Premier Corn_.._ .. .20 }r
Lake were among the visitors to the while en route home from St. Peters. ": Cream of Wheat__--...... .25
No. 2 Dutchess Corn...._ .18
IJ' city on Saturday. Lurg, where she had i een visiting relatives Corn Puffs -__-_?..__... .10
'No. 2 Auburn Corn. ...-. .15 Stock
Ralph Bearden came down from OrLando and friends during a two-week. No. 2 Webb's Cream Corn.. :.20 Snowdrift, 2 Ibs....__a.65 Complete of
and:spent Sunday her with his Vacation. "20th' Century Succotaek-.20 Snowdrift, 4 Ibs._____.__ 1.25
: .mother and sister. Mrs. F. K. Weaver and Misses Amy No. 2 Boyer'a String Bean. .12 4No. Snowdrift, 8 Ibs_.--..._. 2.50 .
Maki: son, Helen Bass, and Eleanor Kream 12 ....._ .25 I
Krisp
-When' you need tooth paste, insiston .-2 White Daisy Peas__ .18 oz.
Red Cross. It's fine Only 25c- MoBcvley motored to. Dayton'Beach oh Prattzlow' Asparagus ---.. .35 Kream Krisp. 17 ox------ .35 DOUGLASSHigh '
t at Central Drug Store. Thursday for a two-week outing. Mrs, No. 1 Green Lima Beans. .18 Crisco. 24 os........:..... .50
Riley Godwin and family of St. W. C. Bass and son Walter accompa- N" 2 Nabob Llmas.___'..?' .25 Crisco, 6 Ibs___________.i 1.90
Cloud were visiting friends,and shopping nied ,the,party;over to. the beach' and No. 2 B. &: M. Llmas...__. .15 Cottolene, small,,._=-'.: ':::::':.' ',.50 ,,', ' :
i (In Kissimmee: Monday, ,,turned home that?,; evening" ;\:" No., 2 Okra and Tomatoes, .12 ft Hooverized-NavyBeisw352; .15f I\\;,,' , Top Shoes for Min((
Bert Wells, returnedihom; Ru11; Baee'Mrs.:W:Wll.on ;and daugh:! 1 No. 2 Tomatoes!) kfVt'i-:; ', .13 Lima Been.'V': SSSSSSSSXyMM! .
night from Georgia; where 1' |he Sunday*1 has tersJJettieand: |VelmaT jMrs. Burck-. ti'NO'.i1, TomaU- >esHltth.,l'" "'.10'<" White Peasf_.._._:.__.:.fuoili[ L , ,:: :>, "r.d.: .,. ,, ",,' ';"' '
been engaged in packing peaches.B. hatter and son Jo, and "Miffs'! Cornelia No. 1 a &: M. Pork &: Beans .10 Green Coffee .ITUIT:: : :::n1- .17 54 If .
Lancaster __..___._.___.. .07
were_a pleasant party motoring No.2 Atlas Beans...._.. .10 Rye 'Flour i
E C. Miller, president of the KH. to Orlando on Saturday in Mr. No. 2 High-Grade Beans) .. .15 Corn Flour ........____-_ .07 H. C. ST AN FORD CO.
simmee Citrus
; Growers' Association, Bass' car. No. 2. Brown Beauty_._.. .15 Meal and .Grits._...:_.__.__ .07 ,
J. T. Burckhalter and Bruce' De- No. 2 Campbell' Bean,... .18 Pure Wheat Flour._-.___. .07 Yt
: Wees made a business trip to Deer Merrimaie Salmon, V, Ib_.. .25 Best Bead Rice._._.._.._. .12 Yt
through the city Monday. He represents Park on Wednesday. They report the Cape Salmon, Vt lb.._.___ .20 Broken Rice __.__--...___ .09 Yt a
the Tampa Hardware Company. farmers in that section making extensive .Alaska Salmon. 1 lb-------25' White Rose Soap_...____ .05 t

} ; Charles Marshall of Sanford will preparations for planting a Argo Salmon, 1 Ib-_______ .30 Mascot Soap ..___._____. .05
4, take B. M. Tedder's place as conductor / large potato crop next spring. Cove Oysters oz.._______ .15 Toilet Soap .___-______.:._... .05
on the Sugar' Belt for a couple of J. G. Gottwalles of Mulberry was in Deviled Tuna V, Ib_____. .10 Ivory Soap ._____________ .07 c+ {
a weeks. the city yesterday on his way to Alhacore Tuna, V Ib__:-__ .10 Fairy' Soap _-_.__u______ .07 1111't."II? '" j as
a Miss Ruby Duke returned to San- Bowling Green, Ky., to spend sometime 'White Tuna, Yt Ib_____1__ .25 P. & G. Naptha__________ .07 } ? .
ford on Saturday, accompanied by recuperating. Mrs. Gottwallesand Supreme Tripe ____-__.-- .35 Fels-Naptha Soap ..-____. .07 ; :!

4., Miss Blanche Davis, who will spend ar. Mis Edna are in South Carolinaand Libby's Tripe _____,--____ .35 White Flyer .__uu_..__ ..06.I .
.week there. will join him on the way. Corned Beef ______,_______ .35 I Octagon Soap .--..-------. .07 Yt.Lux &"" ".tl' ""'f..? .,',:..,. .. ,- i
!, ., Mr. and Mrs. W. Persons X B. Hash______-_..:,._.___ l2'/i! Soap ...__.........._ .15 tiJtWWJ1Mi.i'Jfi. "". ;'
George has
Crawford
W. B.
Attorney received
Hamburger' Steak ____.___ : Hard-Water Soap __...... .10 i ::",\'!:.;.:,..:::::':",::.:, ) 0i' ,.. ,)
,12'/i! .," , (!
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motored tp Tampa Wednesday night information that his father, \\ ... ':':.\.;,:.;,':..'.. i.
in their car, returning home Thurs- lion. H. Clay Crawford, Secretary of Beardsley' Codfish .._:... .15 Pearline ..-._..._.____.__ .05 j':.j.,!.:.:': "" :ifiii:::':,,',: W n..o..t '
"' day State for Florida and who has been Dixie Hash __.__________. .12 Vt Grandma Wfs ___...._.-- .05 "' "',' ayesrlIou
in Sterling Hash _.,____.____ .10 Lighthouse _.____.._.___-' .06
Rev. C. E. of Haines quite seriously ill at his home, Tal-
Gdtteridge Good Vienna Sausage_____ .to Gold Dust ___..__u__.__. .06 .
City, Methodist minister, spent last lahasee, is now improving and is sup Libby's'Sausage .________ .15 Old Dutch Cleanser_..____ .10 il! ,

:.. Thursday 'with Mr. and Mrs. J. Mc- posed to be out 'danger.. Libby's Pot 'Meat___-___-_ ;05 1... II. Cleanser____--_____. .05 .- I
Phatter. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Beaman, accompanied .:,:<; ""i\\:.:i:::v,:.>.::iii ;
Chipped Beef, 5 oz. glass.. .25 Parrot Polish _u...___._. ..05Eddy'
Perspirine J lly in tubes or Perspir- by Mrs. J. F. Shand and her Chipped Beef, 8 oz. glass_ .40 Starch ._.__T.____ .05
One Liquid. Nothing better for excessive two grandchildren, front: Este'ro, Fla., Walker's Hot Toms___._.. .12 Vi Argo, Sulk Ib_____._--__. .10 O\1R \ b TOlOurdrugs
perspiration; 25c-at Central left this week by automobile for Tar Walker'. Chili Con Carne. .12 Vi Pratt's Animal Powder:=:-wS!!
|f. Drug Store. pon Springs, Clearwater, Green Wilson's Preserves Pine Pratt's Poultry Powder.. .25 -

Sergeant Bob Smith came home; Springs, Tampa, Fort Myers, and Es- apple, Peach, Strawberry Salt Brick _--_-_____.._-- .25 ,
from Camp Wheeler last week on a tero. The Beamans expect io be away Blackberry, Raspberry. .40 Devilmint, with pump.__. .30

furlough to visit his mother, Mrs. Er- two -weeks. Pure Fruit Jelly, 8 oz.____? .15 Eagle Milk .--_-_...__--- .22
test Green; I WUB'Jl. : ' *,,'.. Mr and Mrs. Bruce DeWees of Apple Jelly, 8 oz.__.__.___. .15 Dime Milk ____..______.__ .15 '* ore: : always
We .will cell .you Peroxide VanishIng Jacksonville have moved to Kissim Apple Butter, 18 oz._______ .25 Mohawk Milk ,___________ .15 .
f, Cream or Cold Cream in tubes mee and are occupying the Gilbert Apple Butter, 26 oz________ .40 Tall Pet Cream___________ .15 Pure md Fresh.
1 for' 25c. None better. Central Drug cottage at 20 Aderhold street. Mr. Honey 9 oz_______.____1.: .20 Baby Pet Cream____..___. .06 . .
::J Store. Phone 41. DeWees will be associated 'with J. T. B. B. Mayonnaise_______.__ .30 Baby Van Camp's Cream__ .06 ,I
Dr. and Mrs.! J. P. Getzen of Lake- Burckhalter in handling the local Premier Mayonnaise .-__... .18 Baby Van Camp Milk, 1 doz. .65 ;
land autoed up from that-city Sunday business of the Co-Mortimer Fertil- Guava Jelly, 10 oz_._._____ .25 Parawax .._._____._______ .20 TIlE CENTRAL'S .NURSE SAYS:
I and spent the day with friends, Mr. izer Company. Dove Mustard ________.___. .10 1 Case 3-T Snuff_________ 2.88
,'t.sand Mrs. Sanderson and family. Manager J. D. Woobeck of the Casino French Mustard ........... .15 1 4 doz. Black Pepper. 1.90 Our drugs are always pure and fresh i becausethe
Sweet Pickles 16 __ __. .25 1 Vi. Sausage_____ 2.50
oz
moment we suspect anything Is stale we throw
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mach, Mr. and was host to the Home Guards
on . _. .
Sweet Pickles, 8 oz___.--__. .15 I Pot Meat_____..___ 2.00 .-
iMrs.. John Clay, Mrs. A. Rose, and Tuesday evening, having invited themto ft outjbfour store.
Sour Pickles, 6 oz.___.__.. .15 1 sack Chicken Chowder_ .50 .
'-Miss Orpha Rose motored over to attend his theater.and see the war .
Bullhead Ketchup ._..___.__ .18 1 Case Van Camp's Milk. 3.50
| DaytonaBeach_ last Sunday for a dip pictures which he is showing everyTuesday. Wilsco Ketchup .._..__.-- 20 1 Baby Pet Milk_._. SC60 We feel that It Is a crime to sell anyone impure
Mrs. Sam Jones and children of The members of the company '
DWatertown, Fla:, arrived in Kissim- attended in a body and were well Stuffed Olives ..-_._.__..- .15 or old medicines to take, or'give to their loved ones.,
'' Premier Olive OH..________ .35 .. .
this week visit to Jier repaid for' their time. ,
|.nee on a par- No. 5 Alaga Syrup...._ .60 Freight Paid on $10 mall"orders.
ants, Mr..and Mrs. J. W. Miller. August .- Buy your drugs and drug store things from us
The installment of money No. 2 Alaga Syrup....__... .25 when cash Is paid with order.Taylor's ..
;:"GREAT STOCK REDUCING pledged! to the second Red Cross war and KNOW they are right.
ALE. Prices' you can afford .on fund is now due and should be paid I 1

tints, Varnishes, Lead and Zinc. promptly. There is no money being CcivtraJ Drug Store ",
5% to 60% off on our Big Stock ofill raised for war purposes that, is needed GroceryPHONE ;

Paper., Finley's Pioneer Paint I any worse nor'that It doing any ' The Square Deal Place
Store, corner'Court and Pine e Orlando .greater service in winning the war. .
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Fla. Rememberthe Blue Front, 1 1.I Remember,that your payment relieves 250 Phone 41,.'

>LJ( _.,, _",.,.._._ ) :2-2t'Pd- I need and hasten the end'of the war. o..oi..ooo..oo..oo.j.i. ... ...oo..... ..o. oo..

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fttt -: -- THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY FRIDAY AUGUST 2. 1918. >- ,--

ent line of argument will ,be found-to' +
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SAYS THE STATE MARKETING point to the conclusion that t I HELP OF NEWSPAPERS IS "
in a period CROSS
x BUREAU. of 2,00d years there has been no I FIGHTING ARMY' WORMSReports II CALOMEL ROBBED OF APPRECIATED BY RED

appreciable change of climate in the
Attention tbeen called to the world. Therefore the balance of the NAUSEA AND DANGER To the Publishers of America

value of scrap iron and other forms of boat exchanges between Earth's Income having been made to. the forth in it or by spraying the mass ef On behalf of the American Red

Junk found on m'any of the farms of from solar radiation and its ex- State Plant Board to the effect that I i worms with kerosene. This plan does - Cross, may we express our deep appreciation -

Florida. By a little cooperation, a penditure in. terrestrial radiation into caterpillars are injuring/ the castor- not work well in rainy weather, as a Medicinal: Virtue Retained And Improved end indebtedness for the
good deal of money can be realized pace, may be regarded as only flue* bean j>Iant. at several points in ,the dry furrow is necessary. -Unpleasant And Dancer': splendid cooperation and practical

from what now baa no value, by get- tuating between narrow limits." State, Wilmon Newell, plant commissioner "Often the attack of the caterpillars OilS Qualities Removed-New Variety support in both editorial and new

tIne !it to market. Raw material Uscarce. located tt Gainesville, ha issued is noticed while they atiU are Called. "Calotab 1 columns, which you have given to ev-
j, Secretary of War Baker has decided the following "Information regarding I i,I feeding on the .grass among the rows fry effort of the War Council, and especially -
that baseball is among the non measures* be taken to off of beans, but before they have got on The latest triumph of medical, science to the second war-fund campaign *

The United States census bureau essentials. That means all players set damage. by these pests i the bean plants. Here quick work is "' la a purified calomel, known as fOu'r

g report the stock of crude cotton oil between 21 and 31 years must go to "Castor-bean plants may be attacked j ne essary. The grass should be at "Calotabs.. The old-style calomel, as subscriptions went over.the top
on band June 30 at 42,303,638 pounds, work at some employment necessary by any one of several kinds of ,once sprayed with Paris green solution all doctors know was the best and by more than 70 per cent, and this

'I compared with 3B,543,980 last year, to winning the war. ,The bat and the cutworms or army worms.. Among,, or dusted with Paris green. ''moat generally, useful of all medicines. splendid achievement! is due in no

+1 'while,the stock of refined oil was 321- ball must be given up for either the 'the most' common peat of this character "Where the worms ..have got onto ((The new variety, known AS Culotabs, small part ,to the advertising, news,

' e, 739,609. against ;329,054,177 pounds a gun or the pick, shovel, ,hammer. or fi the Southern grassworm, and it the bean plants, or where they are Us purified and refined from all ob and editorial help of the newspapers,
plow. Of the 318 members of the probably is this species that is responsible generally (II I distributed through the jectionable qualities and is most de. magazines, farm press, and! trade papers -
year ago.
(-, major 'leagues, 247 come within the for most of the damage at bean field, recourse,, must ''be had to :lightful' in effect. throughout the 'entire, United

,, ', In- several of the West India islands limits. For forty years baseball has this season. 'I I direct application .poison. For this". ,- <>ne Calotab on the tongTwat bedtime .State:
_butter made from cocoanut is coming been the leading sport. The sixteen "Tho method? for combating them purpose, powdered arsenate of lead is I Ii -a swallow of water. That's all Your' co-operation was .invaluable.

k! into general use. major clubs have about .$1,000,000each trust depend to some extent on cir- i best. It should be dusted onto the /No taste, no. griping, no nausea, no We.want you to know tl.at: you are
invested in parks and players, cumstances, means, available, and 'on !plants at the rate of three to seven : danger. Next morning you awake ,,entitled, to'feel a sense bf the keenest

New Orleans the lending rice mar-., and all must go under padlock.) the ingenuity of the farmer. Poisons pounds per acre, depending on the : feeling fine) ; vth! ,a clean I' er a purl- 'satisfaction for the patriotic service
ket" of the United .States' reports ,-t..... save their: proper' place in this,work, I size of the plants": It can be used ',fled/ system and a hearty a appetite for you have rendered and, the )help you r

holdings of 56,619 pockets of rice on Colonel E. H. Taylor of. Frankfort, but often other .steps are 'equally. as either with or without) : mixing it with breakfast. Eeat what you plofise.:There have given., You will be interested tft.

July' 1, compared') with 209,413 pockets Ky., recently ,sold at auction sixtytwohead effective.. "-y other substances,, such as air-slakoc is no restriction .of habit or diet. -Cal- know that the total- amouniTreportedTas
at the same time last year. (A : of Hereford cattle for $168,850. "For example: It often happens that lime or fine road dust.. By mixing it 'otabll'are' sold only in original, sealed having been subscribed up to July

y, "pocket" is a sack of 168 pounds.) I The top price was $13,850 for a cow, the worms move 'in'more or l less concentrated with lime or'''dust, '''an evener distributlon packages. Price, 35 cents. Your 1 was 5170,036.394.. Very"truly yours.

Prices now range from 9V4 to 10%. and the bottom price was $1,100; fora ranks or 'armies' through I is secured and there is less druggist recommends Calota and AMERICAN RED CROSS -WAR
cents a pound. yearling bull. grass lands,feeding on the grass and chance of using an unnecessarily ilY big| (will refund your money if you are not COUNCIL.

-r weeds as they go. If such an army is amount The poison can be dlstnbueither"with delighted with,them.! . H. P. DAVISON, Chairmnn.
TherWealth. 'of India is the name of Better marketing methods:must begin detected before it reaches the castorbean"field'jt -] ted a, dust sprayer' (of

' an English publication issued in Calcutta with the farmer. Single-handed can be destroyed in several which there are severalkinds, on the I 1 1I orove's Tasteless chill Tonic
I and devoted to;th >dvelopment there is little show for the general ways. One effective method i is to market) or by placing the* poison i in drove lbemai.T..tele..chlll Tonic restores vlteJUr\ and energy by purifying sad e.- .IJ i iFLORIDA
of the agriculture of the East Indies. farmerbut, by cooperation it is.possible spray, or sprinkle the grass and weeds muslin sacks suspended ,from each I to doetroyt the blood rialgerm.whkbwtrao.mhted rlcilng the b U04. You can MOD feel Iti Strength t'enia5.levi5orsting '
by the Malaria Moequito. Price Sea ,
". In A recent Issue it said; to attain success. United States lust in' front of the advancing line of end of a pole, the latter being carried I .. riTect: Price 0c.. .
"The advantages of using peats': Secretary of Agrculture Houston saY'1Iit worms with Paris green. Thereafter,through the field on horseback and

milk ore: ((1)) That the goat eats can be had In no other: way. stock must be kept off the; poisonedarea the pole shaken sufficiently to cause .. I ,
about one-sixth: of the quantity of until after several hard rains the sacks to distribute the poison in a
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food required by 'a milch cow;; ((2)) Farmers' Bulletin|/195| Just issued "Where ,the worms are advancingover fine dust which settles on the clanta StrenothenAmericaWhat
that for nine or ten month it yields by the United' States Department of fairly level and hard .land, :nothing "Only as n last resort should Pari

three to 'five liters (quarts) of milk Agriculture, }Washington, D. C., and is more effective than .a. heavy j green(be used for direct application to
ri/ which can be safely eaten uncooked, sent free on request, is devoted tic: the roller or plank clod crusher, heavily castor-bean plants. Owing to the '

because ((8)) goats are very seldom affected subject of using wheat substitutes.Plain weighted,. and run back and forth newness of' this crop in Florida, experiments .
by tuberculosis, and ((4)) that directions are given to house- over the worms horse-power. :This have not been made to determine z

t the fat in the milk, being in very.fine' wives for the handling of substitutes treatment crushes them readily under to what extent it is susceptible -

emulsion, is easily digested." for making breads and pastries.Thqre ; such conditions. to injury by Paris green. It i iii
I "Where the land is'sandy, an effective likely that more than one-half pound

t The soybean offers Itself as a substitute aro people! here and there measure consists of plowing a I per acre of Paris green would resultin
;) for meat and other forms of who are feeding account dogs when: deep furrow, with dusty and sloping some injury to the plants. With Will Become of the

human food. In Japan it is made they should be giving: the food to pigsor sides, in advance of the worms.. When powdered lead arsenate, this danger

Into milk, butter, and other products, chickens. While we are having they fall into this, they have difficulty I I does not exist, as the latter poison
and, )Jn connection with rice and fish, wheatlcsc and meatless days, why not in getting out and can be killed in the :contains practically no water-soluble Bartenders?

a' it is the principal food of millions of have A- few co less rays? furrow by dragging. a log. back and''arsenic."

people. It contains but little Starch, Wattson beef-cattle "STOCKMEN ADVISED TO BUY There are 100,000 bartenders in the United States. At least, that'is
D. II.
specialistof
and from it large quantities of oil are I
HOW ABOUT THAT TEXAS CATTLE AS STARTER what Uncle Sam tells '
made, considerable of which is im the national l Department of Agri- SILO? us.
culture, who. Las been at work in
ported into the United States. Florida, has entered the army, and GAINESVILLE, Fla., What will become of these bartenders when all (he. saloons are

r To Farmers of Osceola County: I July 16 1918. closed? .
his
The Federal Board 'of Farm Organ- 'place has been taken by William ,
H. Black of the Iowa Agricultural All arrangements should have been To Cattlemen of Florida:
'Ibo
intioni calls the farmers of
upon I What makes man a successful bailender) It is the fact that he
United States to meet in conventionin School. Mr. Black entered upon. his made so that when your silage crops Last fall an exceptional opportunity
the,city! of Washington on Aug 27, duties July 1. are. ready to cut :there would be a came to the cattlemen of the South is,a good salesman-a good mixer. lie knows how to deal l with men.

28, and 29, 1918, to consider, decide -t- silo ready to receive them. However, eastern States. A severe drouth hit The man who is a success as a bartender will be. a success a* a salesman -
and take such action beat I The next meeting of the Florida Texas compelling cattlemen to in almost other kind of r
upon, as it is not yet too late to build a silo many any store.
will of farm crops State Swine Growers' Association will sacrifice their herds which. in
promote production this Your silo be erected many
y I be held at Marianna on Oct. 9 and 10. year. may The fact is: It requires to sell billion dol. I
people
in 1919 sufficient (first) to supply our :n' time for use this year, but everyday 'instances were of a very high grade.- many more two
1 .own people, our allies,. and the neutrals I you put off getting started in- A number of our cattlemen took lars'worth of bread and clothing, for example, than it does lo jell two
who depend on us, and (second) Do not forget to get something the uncertainty of getting it. advanttage of this situation, and, con: billion dollars' worth of booze.
,to replenish our national reserves of needy' for the next Florida State Fair, creases The s certainly has justified its sequently got some very good cattle,
grain lire and dairy to be held in Jacksonville from Nov. which, I believe have been satis Furthermore-most bartenders had other kind of
stock products, existence and universal use, but Intentions very some a job be'Yore
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t' now depleted ,to a point where a sin-' 27 to Dec. 6. The National Farmers' to buld one will-not go very factory. ( they became bartenders.
trie short would bring famine to Congress will be .held at the same The same situation happen
crop far, for the silo you"intended to build may
r Americaw time, ,- at ,which 'leading farmers from this and then didn't build, will this fall. If,such is the case, let us ", A,,man does. not become a bartender until he !i. nearly 20, or more.
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1f'ta:""" / > ',' ,' all parts of.the country,will be in at'; ;year "' ''' " ",' " J;:' IW.d'oW\If .
I jl I" 1'
r 1 be ready: to j.graspthe1opportunity; J: ;;; tft; "'tlnl: '\ '1"J: "I', : ,"i"r{"
without ; '
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1-'i; .Ir'1I. 'I',; tr 1. i ; :It" .:._ 'I" 'I'' 1&. "; "I"' }i""' I" " hold no silage;, and the farm f""lf-'V; '
and f.r....,'\\Y. \ :; ., ,<'t. At rat.e""it' maytbeaadvisableatopurchaseftheulTexas ky'Before'thatttime\ ', : he worked a* a. mechaniczorjfas salesman, orhewa.engaged
4 t Thee protection, preservation! .] : :, '1L1f.' \; s4silethis; coming; ;winter:,will ,be, ,e'farm"thatfll ,any ] ] p. ''7 .'" ' 'h,4f'I'''''''' '' J' Mr
insect- ating birds is a'matter.of: urgent ," . ?__ .?, l r4t short' of feed.' " ",\V-;"' .. : ;j cattle{of high sIt ,in,some."olheroccupation',,.? ', tojwhicnih e 'may returnprovided -
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Farmers who are interested live '' < .I \ m "' "' ""!VI.o..i1! '
The Field. Dif grade' and for""foundationstock he h"1"
necessity says The silo has been considered a means qurlity not been shot all4to pieces on accountof t the booze
ference of opinion exists as to theN the stock annual can! get a condensed of the report Florida pf of economy and efficiency in peace as in improving our Florida cattle business. Here i is a quotation that tells the story:
economic atatua of a few trpecies, but meeting well}! as in war; but war haa brought whether drouth conditions prevailin
ti all who have studied economic ornithology Jacksonville State Live-Stock Association held in home to us the necessity for stopping Texas 'or not "The donor, of the saloon merely forces the bartender to chant
Jan. 8-10
on by writingto
i and entomology are agreed great national waste and for utilizing Florida has ranges with an. abundantsupply from bad rood from in
W A. McRae Commissioner of our a job to a job- at job which he hurts his fellow
(1)) that the great majority of wild possible remedy for eliminating of grasses,"and can have
Agriculture, Tallahassee, and askingfor every men, to a job in which he help his fellow men. '
birds.are. beneficial to man; that the it. plenty of water at very little expense.
insect-eating and vermin-eating species his last quarterly bulletin. The. At 37 cent of the digestible She is therefore in a position to handle -
least "When bartender
next meeting of the association will per a put a man out of a job, he disgrace the man,
in particular are invaluable to Texas cattle in great numbers.I .
material of the is left f
be corn plant disgraces his and makes unfit for
held at KIssimmee on Jan. 1-15.. family, him another-job.
him in field and garden, and ((3)) that should like to .have
,,' "'. ,.. ,M in the stover when only the, ears are j your opinionon .j
children should not be allowed to take KSSIMMEE WOMAN used. When is ensiled this 37 Texas cattle for Florida condi
THINKS SHECANT corn I "When no-license puts a bartender out of a job, he becomes a more
part in the destruction of birds and tions, and whether you-will be in the
TALK ENOUGH. cent into the silo with the 63!
deemed per goes I honorable citizen, his family become more honorable, and the com "
eggs, even of species injurious market or not per cent' in the ear. With a yield of I any. I
since uteful ones also inevitably "I wouldn't take n million dollars fifty bushels an acre, the value of I Possibly there will be some men munity secure a wealth-producing workman instead of a wealth-

-I Buffer (for the good Mayr's Wonderful Rem- grain is 75 cents to $1.50( a bushel. ,desiring part of 3 car, and others destroying workman. ,
edy has don for me. I have finished Since the stover contains more than from one car up. By getting the orders
I It is stated that molasses made from the course and 'can say that I am en- ione-third of the food nutrients, it at one time, one great shipment "It i is better, 'far better that the bartender should lose bit job and .. I

pine stumps and called "pintose" has ,tirely cured of very severe indigesItion is worth at least one-half as'much as might be arranged for. become fitted for a better one, than that score .of his patrons should ,

been exhibited in New Orleans. This / bloating, and colic attacks I suffered the grain, or $37.50. How many Very respectfully yours, lose their job and become unfitted for any job."
pine molasses is described as well ( from for many years." It is a farmers will willingly leave in the WILLIAM H. BLACK,

adapted for use as a filler in stock simple, harmless preparation that removes field $37.50 an acre? Although this Agent in Animal Husbandry.W. If believe that the traffic in Alcohol
feeds.: It looks like H. you
poor black-strap the catarrhal mucus from the is done in many sections of the coun- S.! -
,molasses, but has not the same feedIng intestinal tract and allay the inflammation try where the corn is husked and the WOMEN ACT AS COW TESTERS does wore harm than good-HELP STOP IT! '

value, beg of itself indigestible: which causes practically all stover is left 'in the fields. Five women -cow testers have recently I

Louisiana Planter. stomach, liver, and intestinal ailments During the last four years there been appointed by dairy I
including appendicitis. One has been published such a mass of agents of the United States Depart. Strengthen America CampaignThis
A sci ntlfie'rnper named Nature recently dose will convince, or money refunded evidence and so much litciature on ment of Agriculture, cooperatingwith
said "More than one independ- I the State agricultural colleges I
: the subject of silos that nowadays it and the State dairymnrt'aassooia
( advertisement was prepared for the National
should not be necessary to tell our tioris. One of these has been placedin Campaign Committee -
(farmers that they need silos any more Iowa and the other four are in by Charles Stelzle. .
than we should have to tell them to Wisconsin, where the first woman
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cow tester in the country is .
tter C now
e put roofs on their houses. starting her second year of work.
ops There: are many dilTerent 1 kindsof These women have received training '. -
Lo. silos. They a're made of wooJ. con- in agricultural hisrh schools or have .- -
o.. te. hollow tile, and other mate- taken work in dairying it short ,
Heavji yield* of l high class products are necessary .\l. The size and cnpacity will de courses, and all of tbern have been
in close touch with dairy work..
Sacks for
;' to bring a big net profit, to the power. The poi'd upon the amount of silage to -W./I.II! .------ Castor Beans
b. fed daily. Silo may be purchased! Rack up those who are offering ,
banner
record for
such result has been held for sti'the
thA
r all Buy War t Savings Stamps.
in Knock-down form, but many erect
last quarter-century: by home-made silos. New or Second Uand Bags ,

The literature on silos and thS!! makIng Write for Prices 4Southern'

Ideal' Fertilizers t. and feeding of silage' is availableto
all who. are interested along this
) line. M. JAVENS, States Bag Co.

; Sod for our Free Book on all commercial United States Agricultural Ag :Jt for JacktonTiHe: Fla.
'crop of Florida also oar Spray Catalogue. Osceola County. CROSSLIVER
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Special advice gladly (foe*.
FOR AUGUST -
MEDICINEGIVES -
Get Ready. '
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Now is the time that your hens will
; Wilson & loonier Fertilizer eo.
molt or shed their featheis. This UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA STATE
COLLEGE
f Ideal F ertiJi process is rather slow, and nature adaeuvin.Milit.rr FOR
MEn n. REUEF WOMEN
IDFALJadbosTUls should be assisted. B. A' Thomas' Tra....* Vater'Amy OtBetrn .
n Courses in Arts and Science., Ag-rl- 555 Studentr from Florida
FJa. rlauwrta
Poultry Remedy will help you/ bens culture'. Chemical Civil, Electrical tree and 17 Statea Coun .
' AS4areelMl.uLai. to molt, causing them to shed earlier Keepe rear Monuch well, your tx>w.U regular. and Mechanical' EngineeringLaw, Including' Summer SChool U17-18. and Total 1151 '
Tour lIv.*ecthre end blood pure T.ach.r. Coil..* Course abort
and be ready to lay when eggs are AlDrmtmt* Tuition Free Bend for Catalofr. WrtteEDWARDnCONRADI. U
..- + the winter. If 25c Cm raIStmeCath A. A. _IIRPHREE, Fr *!4..t.. Pmide
b1eheet-ln this
remSdy : Brae.Drug Company -. MuulaHu .t. _
( does not make good, we will. ,,/acYwavill., 4..bo.......tb.. .-.... 10tot.
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__ ___ ., THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FRIDAY. AUGUST 2. 191E. f SEVEN'

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Crawford Lee Jarreli In answer to queries regarding the of the Clerk of the Circuit Court for ..--...**. .....Dlvt.I.. .( Bleak
Proceedings of afforded mustardgas Oseeola. County, Florida which application 'U..
;i CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW protection against will be based upon the petition I Lot 6, ..........._..-.-.-...aBeg :......Nathan Porter ..-.....,-. '..... ....
by American masks, word has for such sale now on file. In said Court. 8W. Cor. of Block TL runs N.

J the School come from' the Expeditionary Forces Dated July 1$. A. D. 118. 10 ft. B. 10 fta 10 ft. W. 60 ft..B. Maddox. ..?,-_.....-.?...... '.0'.
Scesi 4. 6 6. and 7 Citizen Board that no Information has been received ll-4t A. B. DROUGHT., Guardian. Watev A Careen Ors C.'m ReSab.IMvlalea '

,f BankJ4utlding that any box respirator of American NOTICE INCORPORATION *>1 Bleeke LB a ad I*. .

or English manufacture has been Notice Is' that the ."Lot 10, --...-__-.-............-....T... Johnston, .................. 1.1'
ilmmee Florida Klssimmee Fla. July 1 1918. hereby (given undersigned N* o< Block 6_-..................__Mary W. McGee ..._....",... '5..'
penetrated in the field.L on the 16th day of August Lot I and I Block .._ .... ___ __
111 of -__ Lesley Bass................... 1...6
The School Board met in regular A. D. $, apply cnfdlu.; NH of Lot 1. Block Ij.__...__..___.:.-J. W. Miller __..........._._... ...i
DR. W. W. CARSON YOUR LIVER LIVR the clal Circuit Circuit l Court of .of the of Florida",la- All of Block 14____...__.....-.__.....J. M. Johnston ................ I.... tAll
session there being present W. C. A slugffiah,slow acting: Liver i*the cause and for Oseeola the State for a Charter except B. II ft. of N. II tt, Block UW. Q. Base, ........*............ .....
DENTIST Base chairman, W. R. Lanier and J. of many ilia; for you to be active and in Incorporating the County Lee Park Company. Be*. NW. Cor of Block 10, runs. B. 100 .
ft., E. 100 ft., N. 100 ft... W. 100 ft--Mrs. Precllta. Bass. Estate ...... It.'"$ '
iq Office ever Pilley Building II. Baisden also C. E. Yowell food health thai liver muft carry off poi_. a copy of .which Charter Ishereto annexed -'
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sup th I N. d Bryan .. .nlvt.... ef Bleak
Office Hour: I-It..1'-I erintendent. of *body.PUUtK'S UVU rat contain Calomel CHARTER: OF THE LEB PARK F. .
Phone 111 Residence 'Phone I'd..lnl.t.r.4 cwmbin.dwithoth.tnece.sap'deansingdrug.
i for Bxtraotlon ef Financial "statement of the County skillfully COMPANYArticles Lot .. ... ._._.__-_...__.._& N. Messer, ............:.....*'. 13.068i u
which 9K
qulcklyand gently of Association entered Inte -of Lot 1 and ot Btt of Lot I, .
Teeth School Fund for the month, ending liven. up your liver but do not sicken or gripe.25s this 8th day of July A. D HIS by i' Block M, .-...-....-.....- .J. D. Woodbeek.----r--; II 15 L
AT ORU8 AND QENEML STORES and between John M. Lee.., W, B. Craw 'All of Block R and 8......_..r.Jirr..Mr*. B. 11', Colli.r -....___.-._-.1..1 1 1I 1I
June 30, 1918: Mad. : ford. John 9. Cadel O. H. Prattler. J. Sean A........ -
LEWIS O'BRTAN by the maker of'Plank'Chill Tonic Wade Tucker.. E. L/ Lesley Rull Bass,

.' GENERAL SCHOOL FUND and their associates, who hereby. Lot. 1 to 4.Inc. Block A.?.......,.,.Mr.. M. F. 8..ar. E.t....::....... 11.16
f sociate themselves together aa a corporation Lot 1. Block .*..............*...... *. 8. B. Gardner.............. lies

: ATTORNEY..AT.LAW Total ...._...w__.........|...014,85 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS uot for profit, under the lairs. ..... FleHda Ralt.... .......". .
Waring Building.id To receipts during- month.. 1,11190 of the State of Florida. In such cue Lot. 7 and 1, Block 3.------a-----E. A.. Niemeyer, -2.16. '
made and provided, and to adopt the
SW, .0 tt ot Lot 1. Block 4-----------i. L Lesley ._.... .
... ... t.15
P. Total .__. :.I16.1V7.75 NOTItH! OP AI>MI' I THAT )ll-KOIl. following: aa their proposed- 'Chart.r.to.wlt Lot 7. Block 7---......._?.-.......... J. Hicks. .-...-._..-.-.._.?..-.. . 15..5 13
By warrants lseueddurlnK ' Lots 1 to 4 Inc Block 8........ .... .
; kal FINAL ninc.KAltUK corporation : W. 0. Bass, ....._.. .---1
Jebnston O. F. Oerrett month _...............,-.- 11,824.80 In Court of County Judge State of Article shall 1.be The Lee name Park of Company the sod Lot 6, Bloek' 1.-----...-_??__?._.._E. 'L Lesley ...... .-_-............. 4'.5

1 t.: JOHNSTON & GARRETT Florida, Osreola County.-* In re Estate Its principal place of business shall Lots 1. and 8, Block. 8_..-._...-_. _____W. c.' Bass. ....__..."......_......_ 15..5
To balance on hand June of D. C. Lee. Beg70 ft 8 47 den. E. of most west
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 10, Itll ._-___...__._.._.__ 14,172.95 Notice Is hereby given to all whom It County be located Florida In Klsslmmee, Oseeola ernly cor. of Block 9, runs B. 17 d...,

nub.srkool butrlet No. .. may concern that on the 4th day of Article II. The, general nature of E. -71 ft, N. 41 den.. E. ISO ft. N. 47 ,
r Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citl&e1Ba\ To balance In depository from February, A. 1>. 1919. -ahull apply to the business .to be transacted by this d...., W. 71 .ft thence S. 41 dew., W. '

Building last report .___.... __.,.-_.,_$ BBS.84 the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judire of corporation shall be to conduct public 110 ft _____--.__:......_.?_.,.._-.:.......A, D. Gilbert ....._,.....__....,. t.... l
'I Less warrants outstanding. 16600 said Court as Judge" of Probate for my consisting _
and -
Fla. private amusement .* jW'
Xlsslmmee. >
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f final discharge us Administratrix, ,. of the Bear most'southerly cor of Lot 7, Block _?. ,.
of musical and literary performances II, runs N. 47 deg/ ., W. "II' tt. N. 41 ''- .
t'
|.0..114 estate. of U. C. Len, d'c..d..Ju.d that picnic grounds, dancing pavilion i" *
To receipts during month....) .82,69 At the same time I will i present to said bath houses, roller' coasters deK. BJHi tt. '8. 47 4ell', E: 140 ft. .
Court my final accounts as Admlnlnlra.trlx and similar amusements: the sellingof N. 41 deg{ W. to bean also Lot 4 of ._, >i ' .
14S7.63/ of said estate and,, ask far their ap cool drinks and refreshments and Doneoran Miller A Stanford' ne subdivision .. ,
Dy' warrants Issued durliltt the proval. for these purposes the acquiring and of Lots 7 and 8?__._::___--K.: ti .Lesley, .,.,...,....T..-.-..lIt.JS
month ... .. .......___....5' 13.00 haled July ICtfi. A. I>. 1918. maintenance of land., buildings and Lot 1, Block 11_.._:.__."?........-.._.Mach Bros. ................ .,._ 17.15 i'
r.r.C; C RSDrF PIE FLORA B. LEE, Administratrix.. personal property. < : Lot Block, 11.__.___.....---......__Match Bros. ........,...,..-..,,.. 116.45I d
To balance. 'on' hand June 10_ |.(4.51 83-lem.Omo. Artlclo 111 All residents of the I Lots A, 4, 6 and 7. Block 11_..__._____.H. II.. Aultmnn, ................... I Ifff
Itub-.ool Dlntrlrt Mo. 2. OF'MAaricira'SAI.R.--. County ofOsceola hall. be eligible Lot 2. Block 14. _____ j .Mrs. O. W' McKay..........*....., 15.46
To balance on hand from last J\OTU'E for regular membeshlp upon electionby I i Lot 4, Block 14....-.----------J--"M., WI. .f '
- 1 report ___ : ..:.._, _...,|266.21 Notice Is hereby given that, under the, Board Directors" hereinafter Lot 7. Block 14...____ 1''. .. HotteNr.I'I, : :I ,
To receipt. Our/ng month' .._ 11.5D and by virtue, of Anal decree of fore named, or by. the Stockholders at any Frame Building leased Lot 6, tlo1k ti

SELLS closure Issued out of and under Seventh the seal regular meeting and upon the payment 11 _.......-.-...-.-..._.:._._.'._.__.. Robert Riedel.. .............:...,.. 7."
To balance on hand June !10.l __|:2fl9.SO of the Circuit Court of the Judicial of the required membership fee Jlflt. .91 8. K. of mast north. ferly
k -- Hnb-Brhool DIMrlrt No. S. I Circuit of the State of Florida In The Association shall .have the pow r: cos of Block 19, runs S. 47 deK.H. .. _
To balance In depository from and for Oaceola. County In 1. and 60 ft. S 41 dev. W. 76 ft N. 47 "-
Fire Life, Accident last report ___-_-_______'__ __I1B5H.70' In a certain cause therein Ttiurman pend.1 : and annual: 'r.etoal may befixed d"f'". W, 60 ft. N./ 43 deg,. E. 76 ft.Mash I Bass ........................ .......,
To .receipts during month. ___ '70.77 InK wherein Uebble H. ifcomplainant by the By-Laws. :
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: and K. C. B. Cobb and Article IV.- This corporation shall Beg most southerly cor. of Lot I, lv
Health, Plate Glass, Liability Clara Vr Cobb his wife, and Osceola exist perpetuity. Hlock 19, runs N. 41 deir, E. 75 ft, N. ," '
: 1629.41'1 d.. \V. 71 ft, 8.-.43 de.V.. 76 ft.H. .
Issued Construction and Developing Companyare Article V. The and residences 47 .\,
By warrants during the names .____ ..._..___.___. Rut I Ba.. ......... .. ', f
J, month __ ___ _______ -.1284.52 respondents the underlined as of the subscribers are aa follows: 47 de R. 71 ft _- .. .._.... 18 1.
: and Boiler Insurance. nU -- : Block 30 _________.___________Bull ... .
Hpeclal Master In Chancery, will sell at John M. I..a. W. .Crawford, John 8. Lot 6, Bass." ..-.. .. ......... 11.45
To balance on hand. June 80__ I180.V5NubMebnol ::1'' public outcry during the legal hours of Cadel. OH. brother, J. Wade Tucker.E. Cape B....... .. ..

Legal I tf o n d s Executed : IMrlrt.. >.. B sale before the Court House door In I... Lesley, 'Hull B....., all of whom' Lots 1 1 and S,...__.__._______-.-.Roll Bass, .....-...-........_..... It.IS
I To balance on hand .from. lust 1 tne City of Klsslmmee; In acid Countyof reside In the City of Klsslmmee, Oa i Lot 10. .________________._ _.________K. I* Lesley, ._....._.,...._ .., 110
report __ f 1611.59'' OsceoU and State of Florida; on ceola County, Florida i Lot 14 _____.________________ ________D. H. Thurman. ............ ',3.40
Same Day.Needed. To receipts: during month.8.90 Monday. the 2nd day of Beptejmher. A. Article VI. The affairs or the corporation Lot 17. ______.___..__.,._________.____A. J. MacDonoua-h. ............. 11.16
I). 1818 the following described real [ shall be conducted by a Pres Lots 60 61 and 64. ____.___________.,.-13. L. esley. ................:... I.60 F'
To balance on hand June 10._ 1106,49NubSchool estate situate In said Oaceola County, ident. Vtce-Presldent. Secretary' and Lou 68. 68 and 70. -.-..____..__._____11:. U Lesley, ........._.........* l.6
l>l.trlcl Florida! Treasurer and the Board of Seven :
To late The south half of Section 18. Township Directors which board may be increased Oaborae O'Neal Addltleat. Y
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f OFFICE: I State Bank Building balance ton hand from______ : 16, Marine 21 East. or reduced at any time by the Lot 6, Block A__._____...___.'-____-__A. H. 8plen .................... II."6 t,
To report, during tie "4.1:3 Terms ( sale Association.The Lot 6 and W 16 ft from Lot 7. Block 13W. H. Arnold .................. 47.45
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receipts month ,17 C"Z.. BASS + annual meeting of this Association K. 60 ft of Lots 1 and 3. Block L)______Annie J. Parcells, ............... I..a.LOt .
I 6. Block I> ____. ..8am ......... ... .
To balance ll-4t Special Mastertln Chancery. shall be held the First day of Ilowell. .. ... .
Warrants' on hand June 10____$1600. July of each year at which meetingilrectorseandhthereuponhtBoard K. V4 of Lots 15 an1.IA-Block D_:....,}). U Lesley. .................... $1.0.15.
In were examined and cancelled NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATOR! of Lot 1, Block B,. ___....___._.._..____.D.. H. Thurman,, ._-............. 16.11 jl
session 1
open as follows: .
W. ... A. II. Mathews Addition.
J. THOMPSON Oeneral Hchool Fund, $11.141.66.- f. 8. H D. No. 1 Fund, 14800. !. Court of Inmtr Judge, State .! of Directors shall elect the officers of NM of 1. Block 0, ? 10.16"
8. S. D. N). 3. $114861. Florida Oseeola C.ns.7.la corporation at a meeting! to be held (.1.0'.....'. He.Sab.DlvlaleB .f Let
Bills were approved and warrant. Estate .( WllllaM tVcekerlriNotice Immediately : rlnt.o adjournment of J. Block H. .
Funeral DirectorAND Issued a. follows: re U hereby given, to all whomIt the annual : The Board of Lot C.-----_--_________._____._._._.__.Albert Love. ...._...:-.......... ...3
:, may concern, that on the 10th day Directors shall have power to nil all Lots I and 4, BocH--___-..?..__'VIII a. Clarke .............. 11.46
\V. C.GENERAL SCHOOL FUND of September, A D. 1 18. I shall' vacancies among the officers or direc Lot 2. Block Q .1-.---.-.----Hattle O. CornelL-.............. S.I6
Bass. M BPI _____
n-I 4 no apply officers who
tors. The names of the NW Lot Block 8
Bear. Cor 1. runs S.
J.\V.II It., Lanier, M B P I ___n_.... B.40 of to said the Honorable Court aa' Judge T. M. of Murphy: Probate, roe are to manage the affairs of the cor. 114 ft. B. 71 ft., N. 14 ft., W. 71 t--.J, 8. Guernsey .....'........"... I.IS % 1..
Ralsdvn M B P I __ __ 1100 1919
In
u Admlnlstrater of poratlon until the election Bear. IIi Tt E. of 8. W. cor N. W. W of
final discharge
as
State Bank short course O. C__ 18.00V. my 'estate Weckerly. deceased shall be as follows: W. B. Crawford, H B. H 8eo 11, Tp. 15 R. 39. runs B. .
\ the of William -
LICENSED EMBALMER B. Maklnson Co. supplies___ .60 President 1!. L. Lesley Vlce-Tresl- k M
1. J. and that at the same. time I ; 66.1 ft 1 deg B. 10.% ft W. 6L!
Dann repairs to mower.__ 1.60 ; aent John S. Cadel H. JOIl'
; ft. 8. 1 dear. W. tt.ln Block T '.
{' (1. U. Woodall, labor etc____.._ 26.60 will present as Administrator to sold Court of mr amid final estate accounts Prather Treasurer;; and the Board of and U _..__.._......__M. C. Ludlow .:........-........',. 1'... ,
w Valley Oasttte, pub minutes.___ 4.00 shall consist of the above
Store and, Chapel .Stewart 9.44 1.... W. Sage, taking census.40,<)0 and ask for their approval. named Directors officers, together with J. Wade Ba -. 105"tLIt8W."' ;, cor of NWI," , y, ', ., .
Western Union clock rent..._ __ 60 Dated Und April A. D. 1118.A. Tucker John )f. Lee and Rull Bass. of &Ki",. Sea 11, Tp. 15 R. 18. runs (
Klsslntmee.: Fla.ltO0000H4N(1. Robert Rledel. repair' ____ -*? .7.10 m. DROUGHT Article VII. The Board of Directorsare N. 190 ft., E 194U.ft. ., 8. 10 ft, AV. ,
Lupfer Prather. tire o c agt__ 15.80 U.l.mlmo. Administrator hereby empowered to make alteror 111 ft., 8. 170 tt..W. 8IU ft, Block 17

N Nah-Hrbool l>l.lrir. 1'.. 1. amend the By.Laws of the corpora Be". -----.---.---"---..-.."-".__.__.". Tiller _-.-.....---."'_._. '.-".lT'4i 3j
C.. L. Handy commission __.._... 1.11 NOTICE] OF ADMINISTRATOR 100 tt. W. 01 Block W., '
Srb-Mrb..l nistrlet 1'.. :2. .For Flaal UI.........) tion.Article VIII. The highest amount runs W, 723k [t.. N. nfft S. 7244 t\;' y

M. TILLER C. I... Bandy commission ... ._ .91 I. C..... .* Commtr J....>, State .f of Indebtednes or liability to which a 171 tt...----.-......7..-....1..BS.. U Lesley -?...__......_.-..1..... t1
A..llr..1 m.trlrt Mfc .. Flerida, Oseeala r..a.7. the corporation may at any time sub. Mabbette': .....Dlvt.... I. Mat hew. o-
> > I C. ... Bandy, commission ..___.. 2.21 I. re Estate .. Fred Dealt ject Itself shall never exceed Five Additi...

Real Estate Agency. Valley. Qasette.. notice of election 9.00 Notion Is hereby given to all whomIt Thousand (16000.00) Dollars Lots 3 and 4. Bock A-- ...._?.?-Hr.. Theresa Fluk.._...._;._._: ....
; .. .b-Sebe IMctHet No. B. may concern that on toe Seth; day' Article IX. The amount of the val W. A. Addltio.-- 1

\\\.N\N\\\NN\\\\N\N\\\NI Valley Oasette notice of election 7.60 or September A. D. 118 I shell apply ue of real estate which the corporation Lt I' Block : :.. ::::.::Hr.. C..rrt. Garbler. _._......_. n.n

Realty bought and sold. to the Honorable T. M. )jirrpM1'. Juilrfe may hold shall not exceed Five Lot 4. Block A. .--_.._..._..._...___ .. A4a B...... _....___. .._ ..... 4
Application( were made by J. S. of said Court .aa Judge of Probate, for Thousand Dollars, subject always to N% Lot I. Block F------: ..----------Mrs. B. B. Simpson. __......;_w I....
';,', Houtet rented. Cadel and Milton my nnal discharge! as Adirlilstrator the approval of the Circuit Judge.IN N%' Lot 1. Block Go -_.?._.-_.....Mildred C. HaoselU. ..--.._.... 11.11,
Pledger for appointment of the estate of Fred time deceased) WITNESS WHEREOF we have B. Co' Mltle... Re-dab-Dlvl.l.. I 4
,: Taxes paid and Tides verified *s attorney for the School and that at the same will pre.sent hereunto subscribed our names this 1..1 J. Bleek IL .f _

4 for non-resident. Board ''for; the ensuing year, On motion ae Administrator to said Court of my said final estate accounts, and 8th day ef July W. B.A.CRAWFORD D. 118. Lot.Beg 119 land It W.-..01...-NE....._cor_...or...Lo4.t1 .L. Lesley _._....,..._..,__. ..... ti

Fire. Lif. and Acciebat: In ask for their approvaL JOHN 8. CADEL. Block H, runs S.
duly seconded J. S. Cadel was G.' H. PRATHER. ", W. 10
; Dated April llnd DROUGHT.A. D. 111. B. U LESLEY N. 42% f5.. B. 60 tt' -.!.-.-.-':.*-.! =I. W. Thompson. __:....:;_.._...._ U. e
I.rance.'I unanimously elected at a salary of A. K. Be*. NW cor. of Block I. runs B.$2 4 II tri
J. WADE TUCKER,
-'I Indemnity Bonds. $150.00'per')'ear.A l -lam mo. Adealnlstrs RULL BASS. ft.. 8. lot ft' B. II H [t. 10 ft, '

a Il' COVRT OF COUNTY JUDGE: STATE OF k $5 ft.:. N. 136 ft.-----------------------: : Davidson, _._._-_..__._ ..... .4
'co nmunicationwas FLORIDA. Beg SW.
::1. received cor. Lot I. Block 3, .
.... . . ... .. .. .......... '-- COUNTL LA. .0 n.. N. E. st. run. 111. 'r'
frooi the trustees BE IT KNOWN; That before me, the it10&f jJ'J [/1!S4lNIb\ ; ;, : ,,;', 1
.. .o sub-school: district I. ... 11:0...e ef Be-ajaaala r. Miller, .. undersigned officer authorised under W. 100 1.,'" .... 714f.'Le.ley'A.Bass. .;-> -.? LLk'r'.J/3.0$

No. 8, asking the Board to pur I L..tle. the laws", of said State to> take acknowledgments Lot I. less 111. 11% n. Block M...,.--J. R. Bmltbol!;--...---.-----._._., .1..'
chase State ef FlerUm Uaveeelsi Ceeaty. personally appearedJohn B. 41 ft. Lot I. Blocle O..... TU. ...... ............._......... 17,26slon
a piano for the Kcnansville M. Lee W. B. Craw lord, John B. Lot 4. Block R. B. Co Miller'Sub-bivl: + l "'''equ ";

ovk McATS ......... .....___....._... .' . ..._ .. 17.16'
school the same to be paid for out of Notice Is hereby given to all whom Cadel. Q. H. Prather. J. Wade Tucker ??- .,. RAOravss . _..... .

ARC WELLKth the district funds. It may concern that A. E, Drought a* B. L. and, and Hull Bass, to me wellknown Lot 3. less w 4. 't..Block V_.:..:.:.___'_. I. R..Tlller-. .__._..._,.,..,. .
; The Beard granted guardian of the a int BenjaminF. known to me to be the Lot f less w 10 tt. and a n rt or lot-
the the Miller, will on the day of Auirust. persona described In and who executed Wi. Block W-----------------------
request, provided purchase Oravee Jr.. ._. .__. .'..1'a
A. D. to the' honorable Articles of Association ? ? t,
t BJ7ClfER3Ai1f1PT! 1118 apply the foregoing Ji Block X--------..
tLolo. ----Franoes Splitter ._.._.._ ._...._ 1'.4'
price did not exceed In and beforeme I -
: and ,
$300.00. T. M. Murphy. County Judge and acknowledged to Block .._ ._. -
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4 7vi tor said County at his ofnoe In Kls. that executed the same for -? O'Br7'all .,:._?_... ___... 31.41 ,
Walter Bronson wcs appointed In said, at 10 o'clock u.e3 and they therein Wll:0 tBIOck II.--------.----.M. Tiller ....._......_.._...._._11.... o
slmmee County 'th.: .purposes express.ed.ITNESS ... R.R.1.
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R. TIII.r _..._ ._.__.. .1....
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) Supervisor of School No. 3, in placeof a. m.. or a. soon thereafter aa the 1155 It n at A. C. L R. R., Block ....W. O. Hankins------------------ .... "

matter can be heard for authority to my hand and official seal Lot .. Block ........_ . .. ...
__ CBI. M. Tiller .. 17.1'
F. H. Tiner removed from the district. and State this 1th a / 1l - -
sell at public or private sale, the following In said County day ...___..-
a described real In said of July A D. 111.PBAL . 1"711 Block ........ ._H. c. BHsrli......._.._...?..... 1..41
'N, I dl estate --- --."._. ... ..
Mrs. D. Campbell... .. .... .. S1.46
tO'Wlt Lots 60, block ( ) 14. W. SARGENT. 8 M Lot - 1
I ,' G. L. Sullivan f ul'.tYb: "toUt::, town of Public State at Large. Lots 1 and I. Block 1.-.R. A. Luek......."....._._... 7.0. I{
truss 4
was appointed n Block 14...C..I.II_. .
St. Florida file In office My Commission Expires April 1. 110. N 50 tt ot _.'Walter Loren ......... _..._.. 16.11
tee of special tax school district No. Cloud, J'lat on 0-4t.. N 44 Block IJI-14 ot Lot 1. Block ".:.__R. P. Hanson........._.--..-.._ 11.16

A BUTCHER WHO .-.. B. Lock._.__........?_._..._ 11.16 '
6,,in place of W. A. Hughy who has Fractional Fractional Lot !' ----u------i..N. .. W. C B............_?_..-.._ 6.76
,' moved from the district. Lot 1' n of R. R.. Block 14..J. F. O'Berry-------------------.. 1.10 u'
KNOWS HIS BUSINESS NOTICE 41 All. n of A. C. L. JRy., Block 15..........Warren Wayman ....-..._..___. 14.16
On account of the reduced enrollment -w.C. B... A..UI.

Is in charge of this market. He of the colored schools in North Lot I ........_.."?........._Feucht A N.Lon.a-----. ....... 1.1'
Lot
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: .._.__w H. Calyer-----------... 11.11
I purchases only the finest meats KUsimmee, West Klssimmee and Notice Is hereby given that the following described lands, or so much E. L. Lay's Addltfe..

"; and handles them in a manner hereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes lierln set opposite LLots 7.. .. H. ._. ..86
Meridia, it was decided to consolidate advertising' will ; ------------.M.t' Qulna ,. ..._. ...- $
to the same, together with the cost of such sale and 10-.R. __ __ .. .__ .
oS Lot.I I. 8mlth. : . .... 10.1
. that insures their freshness when these; schools into one, the pupils of be sold at public auction on the second day of September, A. U. 1111. in front .-.. ..-.----....-..._..__ __.Mr.. W. H. Wh..I.r _tat..:..... '.01

you welcome them to your home. the; West Kisslmmee and Meridia of the. City Hall door at Klsslmmee County of Oseeola, and State of Florida Lot Lots III 31 to .34 '-. ....____.__..____ Harrell ..-............... 10.8i
: ---- --- ..-.... ., .. .
Lots la - -- H. Qulna----?_......_...._ 1.11
Our unfailing courtesy and honest schools to attend the North Kisslm- DESCRIPTION OF LANDS. OWNER Tax and Cost. Lots .1 an$9-----------------------B. E. Evans--------------------: 1.15,
to 51-.. ._ .
- _.._ __TLesley A Bass-------------------. 1..5
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methods appeal to folks who bet mee school R. H. P. Drowht'a AddltleaLots Lot 67 -.--..-----_.___-.___.._.__.__j. c. Moore._.._....._.._....... 1.8S
Bass 6 to 8 Inc. Block A__-.-E. U Lesley _...._ .-1 1105 J. W. Lilly' '
; lleve in getting their money'sworth Chairmnn and SuperintendentYowell All of Blocks B, B, H. .and K,_.__.___8. B. Aultman ____.._______..__ 8..d Lot I. Block .. .. _,.Adaltle_ _ '
... ._ _.._
of quality goods the committee apointed to All of Blocks C and D--_.__?-_--.._8. B. Aultman .-. 10.05 A. E. Do.....' - ._G H. Campbell_.........__...._ 'I..'
All of Blocks I and J. E. L. Lesley 11.25 8ob.DlT. ef N of S ,.
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see about the colored school housesat Lots 1 to 4 Inc.. Block F._____._..____A. L. Davidson -.-... 25.65 H- 48.1 See. N H .M of N W a .
an T. as
R. 2U.

Deer Park and Narcoossee reported Oapeola Lots Hardware T ..d N Co.'s Bleak R_.. 4Ivt. Lot Lots 6 4 Bock'and 5; Block I--.---._---____._M" Tiller ___...:._...:........... '.01
sloe ef F.
that 'they had let the 'contract to Lot 2. Block F -_____.___.__..._.Mollle Gilmore ..__....._-..__.. 1.60 $-.---------------.--'--__Clara Heldel ................... 11.08
City Market Arnold sit for $630.00 8. A. Iteblaaea'a Addltlas.Lot ?: .U..r'. Addltlo
Lot 100
1MacDonough; : 6 less N 10 feet Block I__.. _____C. L. Hyatt -.- S6.6S ft square In n e cor Block 1_it It Drlggeri_.___.. 10."
for each building. They further. reported -' 13 Vi Lot 6, Block 1_r Mamie Mence -. ..65 ('. A. C.......'. .............

L'x that they had employed the WV4 Lot I, Block ___________._____Route Cody -,- 4 65 Lo1Lot Block "--.:--------__----_____James Bronson ........_...._ '.f' t
Lot B, Block 4___..!____________------Mr,. M. E. Orlffln_________.__-._ 28.45 14 Block. _.._.._..__.':.__..__.---B. L Lto.ley__._?...._ _......_.. l.a.
same company to put in new roof on Lot I, Block 5_____._-.__._._.--_____Mrs. J. M. Hooten Estate--------- 16.. Block A-.....__-_..-__.-_..__._O. H. Geo"e..u_...-_.-...-._.- 1.:"$ ]
......eely t. .. ...... ... W 44 of Lots I and 6. Block I_-_.__--Walter Howard 1025 KI..I_... heights, #
the school house at Center Park, and l..ot 1, Block 6____ Jesse McNeal -....__ ,--._. 16.85 Lots 4& to ..._..___
: --- -? -? _..__ ................._..... 1.1'
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'also make some necessary repairs on Lot 10, BUCK __::::::::::::::::::::Henriett.. coneid' "... i.ss Lots 81 and -..-.".---..__..;'...... Bus. ....__. 1.01
All Fracilonaf'; Roblnaon'e; Addition. Lots 115 to 116-----------------------Il. L Lesley-----.._..._--------_
Creek. :
4) C. W. GRIFFIN the school building at Shingle I. { Lots 1 and 2, Block Lots 118 to 111 nus._...__. r0. L. Le.ley _._....._..___._.._ 3,51 t'
The following teachers were 4, 8. F. R. R. Survey '% Interest-._.Mach Bros. .-.-...._..... 2*.01 LoU 111 and 118..H. H. BBreaker-------------------,
( appointed -. Lot 6. Block 11____r-.-..M. Tiller :_ ______...._.__._ 4.65 Lot 118 .:.--..---.-..-..-.--W. D. Maklnsoa-. ._... .. 6.11 1.01
r : Lots 1 to I Inc., Block 16..-_-.Henry Goulden ___...._..._ 17.15 Lot 11. u--------------,. ..-__..iwls O'Ur'an ...._--.. ,.. 1.15 1.u
Staple aad Fancy Mrs. C. A. Bailey School No.7. Lot. 6 to' Inc., Block 16_W. T. Maklnaon _... 14.OS Lot 11. ..?.....--..-.?--.-._....Unknown _?..?-... -___ v
I- .........'.
Florida Lad A Ire*. C.. Server Park. ,
Center Park.. Lots 19, SO II and 11_Miss B. J. Blckerdlke_ 6}.45 Lot. I to 5 inclusive, Block I---------James M. Johnston._.....__..., 1.1'

Miss Mattie Bell Harris SchoolNo. Lots II and 14__'>--M. D. Casler._.__._______,._.._-_ 28.45. hSJ s'H* Block ......-......-...--_?,:--James M. Johnston ..__ ._ ..__ ...
j GROCERIESFree Lots 16, IA, 61 and 62, except portion A------..__..............Hull Bass ..-_.._- -__. ..0 '
: 5, Lokoaee. of Lot 61. 8. of Midland Ry-a R. Aultman _,_ 42.75 Lots 1 to I Inclusive Block 6------ i-James M j'o'hnat'on.._._____.__ .10''
Lot 61 and' all 64 N. of Midland Ry_.-B. B. Aultman ___ 115 l..t..l to 6 Inc and 7 to 10 In.,. Block -James M. Johnston _,___ 1.0 ',
Miss Christian' Ivey, School 1Q 2, Lot 61 ___..__________.__.-...-Mrs.. T. Flske _._ 11.05 Lots 1. !. 3.VB, .7. and 1i. Block 11..Jam. M. Johnston..-.?..- ___ '.11 *
i Delivery to all Parts Alligator Lake.M. : Weodall A Doric 8.Io-Dlvl.lo. ..fLot. Lots Lot 9.1 Block '>----..-..,..-........._J. H. Reese__......?_-_- _-. .... I, R..
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ALots

., .' of the City A. Johnson, School No. 25, Ash- Lots U.and OS. 54 20, eT Block sad n 4_$_.___..__...__R. n. Plumraer -*_. 1.01 Lots 1 ?3ffilfBiXtt>-.---_-.=3XSX. M.'Johnston--------Newton 'g,9T 1.1i

ton. Lots 10 and 11, Block H-,-.-L Ward -. 1.15 Lots i and .: Block :::::::------::;.-::.. m W..' H .lolln.ton--.I 1.4$

: Cora Gaulding\ School No. 32, Deer _.J. H. Weveaira .....DI..t.. .. Let Nicks A laws..'; A dlHa. Baker--------------: : ,5./4 i
\ BO- -- .. -..- Lots I and 4, Block ... .. .....:.__
t. Park.L. Lots I to S Inc.---...---.-..-..-......Ro.. Graves. ...---,----._..... 5.15 Lot 9, Block 4------------------------R- --ZT. j.- R1al.John._....__-._........._.,_.__:,._ 1.5.

:.,t .:'{\ Some one has said: "If one of our L. Jordan, School No. 40,. Nar Lot I ...Blaaeaanfs....__......SeHMvt.lea..-.------.ef---.Unknown ________._.__..___._-. 1.15 U.. ..... LedaBeg. _.____. 1.1.
M. C. 156.1 ft w of n roe of n e U of .
1 \boys hesitated as long in going over coossee. 5..t ell. a e V> Sec. 16, Tp. !6. R. 29. run s
(the top as some people do in buying School No. 20 (North Kissimmee Lots ID and. l>-....-Sarah Lee Jacobs-.- 1.15 111 45 ft. w 601 ft, n 101 ft, e lit ft. '. .'
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"- rty bonds or War Savings Lots II and -.--...._Kllia Howard -.- 1-15 n 111.45 ft, to H sec or city line, .' r
Colored.) Lots 17. 30, 81. 14 to 40 Inc.,-Unknown -....-,-,- l."l then e 140 I. t
mpg, he would be courtmartialedshot W. 1C Ktmf-m .....D........ .f Let ST. .. Be/*. 691.1 ft ft-r-----------E.'" M. 8tlutfer-----.._:.:-__.:... .1...

for cowardice. And if thee S. F. Hadley, Principal. Lot. IS and SI-,........... -8. *'*!" ___-'.--- !.JJ 111.45 ft w IIS ft 101 ft. w 146 '4 .

punishment were meted out to Pearl Johnson, Assistant Principal Lot 16 .................-?..*....----6. C. Livingston----------------. '. ft.n .n.d ft, to U sec or city line. .1',\'" i Jf.\

combatants for 'financial coward HeliuM Robersob, Intermediate. ....... 8...DI..:l.a ef :'1'. 193-. feet 8 w then K of e 601 s w ft t4,to less ber, tear-n..e-.cor..-..rune---.Unknow......--.-",.,. ,. (''<1<11'" ; Sg....6
416. r
.an awful "lot of people would bet Hattie King Primary, Lots.f 11 L.t and 12---....-.._.____..._-K. B. Cuppett ?.-.__._.._._..,_.._ I..' 110 ft w to w bdy Bee.. II. then II .. :.,."...,-:> ..;t\
at dawn. 110 [t. to beg) alb less, bag 171% :' '. '
There being no further' business to L. Plefceraa k.Dlvislesi ef Let T4k . ft n of e e eoI" 8eo. II. d .'
I Lots ,,7,_Land 10_.._..-____._.___._.._.It. I* MCL.urena.-...-- .0 f !4 w 114 ft, I5IH tlU runs. n tt 456Vi,... , ., ryrt y
Streng Withstood the Heat of come before the board, they adjourned W. ... Fanare Kea-Dlvl.... .f NeofeeU. st. e l and n H or"*" 11 Nelson. ..*.._.?__ -..,.,'. I

;;:I; Summer Better: Than... Weak. until the, next regular meeting, Monday .0U5 16 ,and., 18_.-__._..__.--------J- R. Graves --.....'...-.-.---.- J-J5. V It% 01 *. % *! Sea 1', Tp. ... .'. t I
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4 dd people ... are feeble sad roeoser, people Aurut.,5t1b. Lot. II and 14 to 16, Inc.--------D' Kelley -.----- E: H ot.1.--------.0'' .800. .... LI"ID..to-.-"",.?..---'. 1'."

: ." r _*are....will be etreagtaeeed...eoablsd to Preapevt Park: ....D........ e g Lets .'. R. 1'-._....s. B. AUltman--.t.: : .
!CJ '.. "." N w *of p w H, Sea. 1*. Tp.t*, R.......A. 'tV..: __.__ _- ./:
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take'. Pile Ccu-ed In 6 to 14 Day Lots .1 to st Ino,._._.____....-.._.ELaLo".-------- / fi
DreMlstsrefaad money U FAZO; WNmnfTfaBjto Lots 41 and 42._.._..._._....___...Joe Johnston ,.._..,}...-.-.-.., -"
1 rarlche*tk*bleed and baUds,the whole sysYi care. lekhia BWlleg er Promdtaa PUse. Lot 41 and 44, ...Mach Bros. .,.-?..--,-.--.- ti.is 1. W. OVKRSTKKRT. Tai Cedtoeten .I
f .. < lea :>|.1sv4or. J A---------- ,qt#
eujam &cn.1r"o tastaatly raltmellchliU rues, aod yea. ...caa *at Robert IBmmm .
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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FRIDAY AUGUST 2. 1918. 1/ i r

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: SCHOOL' suppa LIES Pencils,' Tablets Pens Ink Etc. DOLLAR| \|| LIMIT[I STORE : ;



I Also Hat Caps Shoes, Clothing Gt w.' PERSONS. co.. Proprietors i i'i'y.

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.00 0' .ttttt to 0'o.H. +oootOot 00'0.00 0 tOO 00.' 0.000000 0"H0 0'00'0. 0000 00Society -- collectors, called box openers, and METHODIST CHURCH. and Mrs. Buttorff as. permanent. resi e
+ the location of these boxes: Preaching Sunday At. 11 a. m. and dents. < pride In the fact that }.t came from a

Notes eL Mrs. J. E. Lupfer, Osceola Hardware 7:45: p. m. Sacrament of the Lord's At the regular drill of the Home body of men. representing the bait

r ij Store. Supper at the close of the morning Guards on Tuesday evening, Lieutenant there is in the business and social life

Miss Eleanor Mosley, Corner DrugStore service. Steed took occasion to than the of Kissimmee.

CMrs. ,E. E. Well., ,Editor. . Prayer-meeting; Wednesday evening members of ,the company for the I W. ..S.--
Pg Mrs., R; T. .Butler. ,. Butler's Barber will be in charge of the King's. beautiful military watch with,which Many of our poorer citizens are un

is mad to all patrons of tfce Valley Gazette to.tend Hem Shop. Daughters Bible class. they presented him. Mr. Steed said dergoing real sacrifices that they maybe ;
f Request Mrs. II. Harper, Loughman.Miss All are cordially' invited to attend the watch was doubly appreciated because able to show their patriotism by
*f Society Events to the Editor for publication in these columi.i Grace' Gilbert, A. S. Gilbert's theseservices.. .. of the sentiment which prompt. buying War Savings Stamps,

e , . . . . ..... .... . . . . . .. . . Store. j..... ____J., D. ,SIBERT. Pastor,! ,
.t.O'OOOO.O ooooo .* 'Mrs. Lucy,'Mann,| Tress's Store. w. s.'s.ADDITONAL --- I II I -' -
+ Wells and Irene In During the twenty months this
- inson, Dorothy
T PARTY Fim*OSrTORS. ( gram.and Mrs,.J. S.. Cadel. fund has been started to date amountto I [ LOCALS I
+ W..Ii.s. $52.!><5, and boxes ihavebeen estab.lie.hed'in ,
Miss Maggie Mae McCranie gave a'very : *. twenty-two states. : Osceola Hardware Co.

pleasant party,:tonday, night, f I PRESBYTERIAN. 'SOCIAL.- -. The box 'of second hand clothing fiCO .cured Billious Fever, 23-10t ,
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honoring her-cousiiV'JWss Lillian Godfcold -i About 'forty people for the--Jacksonville orphanage has Rev: and Mrs. J. J. Farmer have
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of Jacksonville and Miss Opal! Friday night at the social not yet been' sent ana all contributions -' "left-"Piedmont( Sahitorium, Atlanta' '
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merry '
Lee Bullock' 'of .Rjfeland.' The evening ,meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society of will be .received at the home of I where they have been for medical Located on Kissimmec'S

; was spent in..lI.'ames.and... socialconversation" I the Presbyterian phurch, held in the Mrs. J.' E.' Lupfer. I treatment. They have a wide circleof __ BUSIEST CORNERBASKETS.
; and fruit punch'was pleasant rooms of the Hart-Memorial Mrs. Ci. W. Best, press friends here, who will be gratifiedto

{' ,nerved.! At.the conclusion of the program building. Cut flowers and flags at pro tern. .. reporter i learr of this improvement in their ,
a delicious Jced ,course refreshed '
tractively'decorated the rooms. \V. 8. B. i ,: health. .

the guests The evening's program was varied; WOMAN'S HOME GUARDS B. F. Lester went to' Jacksonville(
+ Enjoying the event were Misses Vi- Including in its number"voral and piano l- l I Wednesday business, returning I ? on .

rlet Bullock, Norma Griffin, Mattie selections and ret.dings. It was Names of members added tp the Saturday. He left for Houston, Tex., I J We have just received:a large consignment: of Bright-Colored Qai- ,

a Stanford, Mary Tiller Stanford, Elizabeth Jo Led-and arranged by Miss Eleanor :MoseJcy, company's roll: I I-Monday, intending to. return at the keis direct from thejloosier State.'' They are well-nigh indispensableto

better Waklnson, Margaret Lois Johnson, Alpha who was greatly assisted by (her Mrs. W J. Seaotfv" Miss Albina ]I later purt of this week. lie now has I shoppers, and are'beautiful i, both in weave' and in tjnts employed in
"Dot guests, :Misses Carrie Shcddan, Pearl Smith, Miss Mon 1 ioffman, Mrs. R. 'here some exceptionally fine Brahma
their construction. useful and have
for
Westfall Lois Overstreet, Mamie PilJey j They are many purposes, we
Gregg, and Christine Stout, all of De- 1. Seam ore, rs.9h W. Miller\ Mi.s bulls for sale. 3 -11: I
Frances Tress,' Lillian Godbojd, them'in i four five sizes, to suit various occasions.SCHNARR'S .
and wh' talented entertainers Ruth DuUerrs. E or
Land, are : ; G. Vine! Agnew. .Peter Savage, who has been in the,
Lee' Bullock Messrs. MurrayOverstreet '., .
Opal ; and gave several selections 'each, Miss J. Malloy, Mrs. W.. B. employ of the Bell Telephone Company -I
and j
Walter Bass Dick
'
INSECTICIDE.
; Harold In response to the insistent applauseof Mrs. A. M. Story, Miss Helen Per doing special work at Daytonaand

Ned Woodall Bullock Roscoe, Frank Roberson Bryan, Bert the company. dew, :Mrs, G. W. Overstreet, Mrs.J DeLand for the past several This is not a town in France recently, captured by the Allies: as
i \ Refreshments of pu. h'and oatmeal D. Sibert, Mrs. E. Sanborn, Mrs. months, has resigned l.ia position to
the
Wells, Elmo Griffin, Carlyle Bronson you might infer by way it looks'in print; ,but it is a very'efficient
} cookies were served and a generous Belie Modi, Miss Nettle Newton, Hke a similar one with the Kissim-
Jrlo Bronson, C. H. Summers, Leroy i spray made to knock' out the pestiferous white fly. We keep it'in large
silver taken. The Miss Wilder
offering was. pro- Ethyl Mrs. H. G.' Siever, mee Telephone: Company
Lesley, Henry Slnjeltary, and W. gram follows r Miss Grace Nelson, Mrs. J. Z. Rober- Thad Oliver left Saturday nlghbfor; quantities, and wou1d'suggest that all growers of citurs fruits !get busyin

} Powers. Mrs.Gilbert G. W.assisted Persons in and enter-Miss: Piano-:Miss Christine Stout son, Mrs. C.; A. Williams, Mrs. P. C. Savannah, Gn.,'where he has obtained about two weeks using 'it freely on their groves, thereby insuring II

Ella Mae. I Reading Mias Amy Makinson. Clifford, Miss Mattie Wheeler, Miss employment in one of the shipyardsIn clean...bright;'first-class fruit bringing the best price in the market. It
taining. Voice-Miss Carrie Sheddan. Clara Tyner, Mrs. S. Pilley,. Miss that city. Mrs. Oliver will leave
;k is the universal verdict of orchardists that proper spraying pays 1,000
f PARTY. i| Reading-Miss Pearl Gregg. Helen Bass, Mrs, M. S. May--Mrs. W. within a few days for Dahlonega, Ga.,
I BIRTHDAY.
Therefore let's
TJ- I- ' -* Voice-]:Mica Helen Base.I Peak, Mrs. A. Rosen, Mrs.: W. I. Barber to; visit her-parents and later will join per cent: upon the investment. get busy -

Little Richard and Rosalie Hilton ,+ + : Miss Virginia Barber, Mrs. D. her husband at Savannah. / .

celebrated their fourth and fifth birth I FULECHEE CAMP. FIRE GIRLS| G. McKay, Miss Gertrude McKay, Paul McKee, who, with some other

rv days, respectively, on Thursday aft- .-(Written-fir--last-week-. Mrs. II. ir. Porter, Mrs. C. II. Funk, members of Company B, 124th Infantry WHAT OUR OFFICE DOG THINKS

ernoon of last week with a pretty ) Mrs. Thad Oliver, Miss E. M. Baker, was recently sent from
h The Fulechee Camp
party at their home, on Beaumont Camp Fire Girls were Mrs. C. L. Bandy, Miss Lossio Lath- Wheeler to England, has been heard I
avenue. After the merry games of entertained by one of their members, rope, Miss Ruby Whidden, Mrs. D. S. from by friends in Kissimmee, the .i It's pretty dog-goned hard for even the
Miss Wells tha ln-o
the afternoon, the guests were Invited Dorothy at Marks, Mrs. Robert Glover, Mrs. A. message stating that lie was leaving Office Dog to think of anything"good to
of her Mr. and Mr VI. (). .
parents
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into.'the dining-room, where de- Wells Mabbette street Cotterman, Mrs. Rodney Snydei, Mrs. England for France.. say for the Kaiser. I've racked my alleged .
licious ice cream and cakes were par on Monday H. C. Piano, Miss Emily Fairbanks, Misses
afternoon of last week. Emily and Mary Sanderson brain for hours to find a single good
?; taken. The table was laid with a Mrs. Lyle Story,, Miss Ouida Malloy, leave tomorrow for
Business 'routine' the Lakeland'on trait virtue about him. I've had
t lace cloth, and the appointments were ,occupied Mrs. p. A. Carson, Jr., Mrs- J. J. short visit to Dr. a I or an
guests and Tight refreshments con- and Mrs. J. p. Get- awful time of it but last I've it.
of pink and white. Hall, Miss Ethel Hall, Mrs. Wood zen. From Lakeland a.t got
will
they
to
cluded
the
p this evening. Tyner Mrs.. T. 7. Wilder Miss T go He Is
The little people enjoying par. Those in attendence were, Miss Sanibel island, off the mouth of the very persevering.
ty were' Marion Oliver and Cynthia .Dodd, Caloosahatchie
Jeanette Prevatt her river, on a three-
; guest, Miss Sarah ..
Carson,' Buster and Lillian May, Joe w. g.
Potter, of Leesburgrt Misses Lillian CHRISTIAN' CHURCH week visit to their uncle, R. P. Ran.
Burckhalter and Herbert Green,
Roy
som, and his family.
Harris Gladys Griffin and Lois
y, and Gerald Croxton.tmRTHDAY 10:00--Sunday School
Overstreet and Mrs. Wells. MYs. E. E. Wells, a valued memberof OsceolaH.ardware
11:00: -Sermon. Co.

I PARTY FOR SEV-7 F t ,,6:45--Y.'P.: S.. C.,. E7:30J3ermon. .;,. ; .., ,'. the Valley Gazette staff, is takinga
well-earned
;4 ' EN YEAR OLD. I If' I, SEYMOUR-FERGUSON | : .' / 4'10 vacation. Mrs. Wells .. -
'
i i i ( : las been with the Gazette for
---- - + nearly
-- by ,. Prayer meftlng' beach Wednesday'
I" Written for last week). Information has been received ; : three and
:, ,i, ( ; years duringthat time she
.Little,' Miss .Mildred Lightsey wa1l Kissimmee' relatives of.the bride:announcing evening!. ]at 7 jSp.lLTfA3S.feTch: : Thursday ' has been constantly on the Job. Parties -.

; hostess at a pretty birthday party the marriage of Miss Clyde h having visitors or giving enter-
) Friday afternoon, July 19th, celebrating Seymour to Mr. Joseph C. Fergusonat .Junior C. E. each Friday at 9:00a. tainments during the next few weeks

; her seventh birthday anniversaryat the Methodist parsonage in Ash" '- m. are requested to phone this office or Don't To Go ToFloyd's
the home of her parents, Mr. and ville, N, C., on Sunday, July 14. The Young Ladies' Circle meets each send them in, and we will give them Forget ..
and Mrs. Henry..1-Jghtseyo' bride is a sister of Mrs. W. B. Harris second" Sunday. our very best attention.
and visited the latter hero few C. W. B. meets the first Friday'in
The little tots on the a ,
played Mr.
games each month. and Mrs. P. C. Buttorff have Cash
weeks The newly-wrdi" inak
igo. art
lawn till the weather man ordered a moved into the handsome concrete
*ng their hove at Penniman: Va Church Board meets first Sunday
i shower, then adjourned to the home residence at the corner of Emmett
1 { for the! remainder of the afternoon.In where the groom is in the employ of afternoon You each month. street and Clyde avenue, which they -
the government. are cordially invited to our
an amusingcontest, Virginia Harris services. recently purchased from .A. E. Done-
S
w. s.
won a prize for her .accuracy of 81-tf. W. H. Coleman, Pastor. ?an. The interior of the house has Grocery

aim.At t| MOTHERS-TEACHERS. CLUB .t f 'w. a. II been thoroughly renovated and repainted -
the close of the afternoon delicious CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR HONOR and some, changes are madein
ice cream and cakes were (Written for last week). ROLL. the original arrangement. Kis- For Your Groceries and Fresh Meat I

i served, Misses Dorothy Wells and The :Mothers-Teachers Club met at The following are the names of the I immee is to be congratulated upon

: Irene Ingram assisting. I I the home of Mrs. S. L. Lupfer on Friday Junior Christian Endeavorers who got -acquiring such'desirable people as Mr. ,

At the party were India and Edith July 19. It was decided that we on the roll of honor for the'month of '

Lesley, Dorothy McCrainie, Virginia become an auxilary of the' Red Cross June. This roll includes .attendance, 'We carry a full line of Fancy '1:

j Harris, Evelyn Paulk, Geneva Rober- and continue to work on Layettes' lessons, and deportment

j lion, Herman Miller, Alta Ruth Over- The Tin Box Fund for the relief ofstarving Madge Rivers, Eunice Rivets, Eliz- Attention Growers and Family Groceries and

r street, Frances 'Bailey, Katherine"Waring children of our allies was abeth Moseley, Vivian Floyd, Letty ,

Josephin;! Griffin, Joy Mak- started and the following is a list of Holtsclaw, Rosella Cooper. you will find our deliv .


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