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 9, 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: VID00867
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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: LL COMPLETE ,HARD ROAD 1,000 NAMES. WANTED.. COURT SUGGESTS A NEW.,

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KISSIMMEE TO ST. CLOUD PRIMARY' IN CONTEST CASE
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Parties, having friends or acquaintance the North who. might

'. be induced to come to Florida."eitber ras, visitors or permanent settlers,
are requested to send in t a list of them, with correct, names and-ad- -,I"--" ,
jtt| the regular meeting.of the Board erty.,, The board instructed Road Superintendent dresses this office. A hearing'was held before Judge second-choice vote were .counted,the r
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ounty Commissioners on Monday L., R. Farmer to look Perkins at DeLand on Tuesday, July court thereupon, at Maid hearing
petition signed by umber o( St. after the"matter., The county commissioners, have authorized the .Caze\te to send out 30Ia, the election contest case where aforesaid proceeded to recount the I
ud residents in Behalf of Sol Mc- H.: E. Wylie, civil engineer of St. '1,000 copies of the paper to prospective visitors and settlers for the in J.B. Somerset of Whittier Is contesting ballots contained in the ballot, boxes,
louh, asking the. county to send Cloud, presented a plat of the ,proposed the nomination of Rev. BH., the ballot' boxes referred to''in this) II
months. No of living in Florida
next names 'pr foreigncountri' "
Jour persons
fjjMm for 'one month to either Green public road runing from the end Guy as county commissioner' from order being' those from election pre
(Springs, or Formosa hospital, was pre- of the brick pavingat: the poor farm s will be accepted. district No. 5. cincts 6 and 9 of Osceola' county, '
Evented.. The petitioners already have to 'a point in section 6;township 25, After hearing the evidence' ;nd arguments Florida, and the Investigation in question .
contributed 125.75: and the Baptist range 31. This- will run' through the qjgrch of St. Cloud $8. The board Boggy creek section and will\ supplya torneys for, the plaintiff! and O'Bryan cast and the ,vote given at the primary t''
reed to donate $50, it being stated much-needed want. Pat Johnston &: Pledger, attorneys for the defend. election held in said county. onJune r,ri
MAYOR WANTS MORE SEATS
|that'J. S., Stratum had signified his said he would prepare the deeds for ant, the' court' made the following> order 4th, A. D. 1918;
J Intention of making up any deficiency.VAnotTier' . he right of way. Whereuppn the =:' "Thereupon, from a recount of said
:-' petition 'was in, behalf of board accepted the plat and declaredits "And now thls'"aay this cause, coming ballots personally made by the' court,
|,Mrs. E. S. Steinsel of St. Cloud, ask- proposed road a public' highway.Pat AND BETTER STREET LIGhTS. on to be heard in open court, pur- finds that the result of the election in
ding for $60 to 'enable her and her Johnston, representing theClilord suant to proper setting down of the these two. precincts with reference to ,
Lumber'' Company' ,said that <'"""! same\ and there being present J, B. the nomination of a county commissioner
-' some months ago the county had accorded Somerset contestant, and his attorneys from the Fifth District, Osce ?
;stated that ''Mrs. Steinsel's husband its permission to the Cannon At the regular] netting" of the City .Len Tyner appeared and requesteda Johnston & Garrett, and B. II. ola county, Florida, which! was" the '
bad left her in destitute circumstances interests to use the right of way for Council, I1'. II. Lawson! tho chairman, reduction his water bill on account Guy, contestee, and his attorneys. only matter In investigation'at ''this
sand that' members of the Baptist their proposed tramroad running to being alisert on a visa. : to Tacksonvill of a i leak, which was granted. Lewis. O'Bryan and Milton Pledger, hearing, was shown by the' ballots to Y ,7
V church had furnished a small house the east side of Lake ,Toh pokaliga. *, Dr W.V.. Carson was electedby Reports of, ''various committees were and.T.' M. Murphy, Erncjt Mach, and be 25 votes for B. Hi: Guy and 23; "
|;"/for her and supplied her 'with absolute The Clifford Lumber Company having the cth- irrnibcra, ol the councilto hared in. The clerk read the tax Edgar Katz, defendants as and constituting votes for J... B, Somerset. '
: necessities for some weeks prior obtained the Cannon title, had con sepal AS temporary' chairman.: reports, and Councilman the County Canvassing "And thereupon, further testimonybeing
.f,to the date of the petition. The board tracted with A. C, Starbird of Apop- H '\\ el' Uurfu, I'tm-eijpnting Law- Thomas made a motion that the un Board of Osceola County Florida, submitted on behalf of the con'R
I1,"granted the request. ka to build the tramroad and the re.,:o Silna, made! a request that the used balance of' the Main street 'pav and the'case being called( for trial at testant as to the qualifications of cer-,
Attorney Milton Pledger addressed company wished the board's minutesto city run water to his property, close ing fund be transferred to the general said time at the courthouse at De- tain voters voting in said, election
.' the board and pointed out the fact show that permission ,had been tu Ihi 1 HeiiJMhUnk.! He stated that revenue fund. This brought up the ,' Land Florida; and the illegality of certain votes cast, p L.
',,: that the numerous cases of charity, granted to Starbird also. The clerk Silas 'was willing to"do all the necessary question of the .transfer of other "Thereupon the contestant submitted in said election; and the contestee
l: when totaled up, constituted a con- was instructed to .incorporate this preliminary work in order to get funds, and it was decided that the' such evidence as he found properso submitting rebuttal, testimony ,and
',;' niderable expense to the county. He 'n the minutes. the water, and also had seventy feet finance committee meet with the clerk : to do, and the court, having taken testimony to' prove the allegations in '
I1:' said the object of purchasing the poor Pat 'Johnston read a' letter from of his own pipe already laid down.I and Water and Light Collector A. E. '. the testimony of Edgar Katz as supervisor his answer.
.'farm was that it would take care of Dr. A. C. Wall, tick eradication In. rheniatter! was turned over to theelectriclight Thomas and go thoroughly into .the of registration of Osceola "The court finds that certain mat.
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,,- ttiese dependents, and he suggested spector for Osceola county, in whichhe and water committee. matter and draw the warrants necessary county, and J. L. Overstreet as. clerk 'era with' reference to votes, etc., in
teat, although the county authorities suggested that the county buy the The clerk read a communication to make the transfers. of the Circuit Court of Osceola County connection with said election were ilr
[["? were well within their rights' in djs- materials' used' in dipping cattle and from Mayor Cadel, in which he advocated I' The matter of building a new sewer State of Florida, as to the condition legal and not according to law; and
pensing\ charity sums, the poor farm, sell them to cattle owners here, the a plan to make Broadway came up 'according to' a plan drawn of the ballot boxes, and having he court finds that such illegality .Is
?SjJ In his opinion, should be equipped reason for this being that the county, more attractive by increasing the by A.- J' MacDonough. Thie proposed examined the ballot boxes himself, such that no one of the three persons
'(, with a proper organization for han- by buying in bulk, could obtain the number of lights and park benches, sewer is to run from Bermuda avenueto and having determined from the evidence who were candidates) for said office i
",filing these cases, and he thought it chemicals at a- much cheaper rate ) the light posts to be similar to thosen the corner of Vernon avenue and submitted and said: examination appears to have been legally chosen "
,i, could be done at less expense to the than can the indvidual cattlemen;; front of the Grs).tone, the bench. Hughey street, crossing Dillingham that the ballot boxes have been at said primary,as the nominee of the '
r .taxpayers. that, in fact; in the Charging of a es to .be attached to a wooden platform Clyde, Portage, and the corner of kept properly and safely guarded and Democratic party for county-commis u
rj D. G. Wagner, representing Clark 1,500-gallon vat it would affect a saying to prevent them' being moved Vernon avenue and the A. C. L. track laVe not been tampered with, apd evIdence loner from that district, to be voted
the bout and also to protect the grass. being 1,700 feet,.with a fall been submitted (Continued on Page O
Tlowell, appeared before the board of $10. The board considered the length having .that no _ _______
0.and: : asked permission to enlarge a matter and decided to buy the mate- The matter was discussed and also of 2 feet 8 inches., u -
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ditch abutting on Mr. Howell's prop (Continued on Page Two. _) was referred to the water and light Some of the councilmen thoughtthe MAY
,.. - uu committee for a report. fall insufficient and that trouble OSCEOLA COUNTYcDDY
The clerk read a letter from Car. would ensue; but, after.tbe ..mat
PATRIOTIC LEAGUE Ion Farmer im which he suggestedthat ter had teen) thoroughly discussed and
WANTS the city insure its furniture and approximate quotations ,received fromS. PHONOGRAPH RECORDS
fixtures, with him and enclosing .' L* Lupfet;" it..was decided that aa YOUR
policy covering the same. Council soon'as definite figure could be procured 'ISlblllt
NAMES OF"r.fEN IN SERVICEThe man Taylor moved that the policy be on the cost of material the matter
.1 accepted., The motion was secondedby would betaken up immediately. When our'country declared was on ,.., Indeed, I am writing to-you
Councilman Thomas_and passed. Germany, Loypi L. Lane, being some 11 haste that I may depart on a mis-1' M
Go- ----- months'' under 17 years of'age, gave !,iion that requires courage and an indomitable .
.\ Patriotic League met on Wednesday Infantry; Dixie Division. About thir- 'p a collegiate. course in electrical will to -do the duties) or

afternoon for weekly drill at ty girls were present. MILITARY 'T.RAINING'.FOR' engineering and voluntarily give hU things Intrusted to you." ....,...
the city wharf. This proved to be a These girls are ready to render any services'to >his country. He was one Young Lane belonged to the Qaur-
patriotic service for which they may of the first of' our Klssimmee boys termaster's Corps, and was 'assigned1
[very, comfortable spot for the drill, be needed. Last week many ''maga to receive the'coveted service stripes to' electrical work in this department.
ad, though the exercises given the sine were gathered and sent to the PUPILS OF THE HIGH SCHOOLAt In France. Mr. and Mrs. Lane have not received

members were rather"strenuous, they I aviation fields at, Arcadia. The'call The last direct word from Mr. Lane official word of any 'mishap to*I their
were not stopped by'. reason of the has come in for records for any kind was to his parents, Mr.. and Mrs. A. son, but a soldier known to be a special ,
of talking machine to be sent to these at Lake Baron friend and cemrade of the young
,' Jaeat. of the Public School 'the military feature would be compulsory T. Lane, now residing -
N. the meeting
Ii. \This was the last drill to be held camps. There are in the camps about Principal R. M. I ; but would be optional with ,' ,';wherein he 'said: Klssimmee soldier .writes home! "I
,{ tinder the direction of Lieut. Steed, seven different kinds of machines; so Board last Osceola Monday,High School appeared 'the parents. The pupils taking the ."I am pleased to tell you, dear fa. fear my little comrade has fallen into
as he has gone to join the naval re- that almost any kind of record can be Evans before of the board in the interestof I' training would be required to have her and mother,, that I have, again the'hands of the Huns, since he has "
;\ '-rve. He has done a great deal for used. The only specifications ,are- military training in the High School. uniforms, which would not be expensive been promoted,. and this time givena not returned from a specially hazard.
these girls, and they all appreciate NO WAR RECORDS and, above all themselves ass and could be worn in lieu of other position o>( honor and much respon- ous duty assigned him.
I the many hours he has given to drill- things, not "The Watch on the Rhine." favorable The members to the expressed proposition, but, in clothes which they necessarily __ __n 'I,
( !ig them so that they might at least If any one' has any records' that may he absence of detailed plans, they would have to buy, and the' board will OSCEOLA COUNTY'S even now, but far more so in future d 1':
feel more soldierly. be sent, please let Miss Violet Bullock unable to make 'a definite deci- be asked to buy wooden guns with ROLL OF HONOR years. 'i,
Welcome visitors for the afternoon know of it, and they will be obtained were sion and Prof Evans was asked to which to teach the manual off rms. These names should be sent to Miss ,,.;.,
;';were' Sergeants Roy Graves and Will and forwarded to either Carl- work, out the plans he desired to put Mr. Evans said he saw no reason The Girls' Patriotic League of Kisimmee Helen Bass or to Mrs. Well at the I
Mason Tiller, from Company B, 124thliCK strom or Dorr fleld.. ""ri operation and present them for consideration why the girls also should not be.taught has undertaken the task of Gazette office. it
.. -------- ----- Please the of all volunteers .
------------- the healthful ex. give names
tactics; for
T at the next meeting of the military keeping a record of all men who are ;
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ERADICATION WINS better prices and Brevard will be a board: ercise it would give them, and his recommendations In the service from this county. They and those responding to the .J
COUNTY tick-free county. Prof. Evans stated'to a Gazette representative probably will include ask that the names be sent in to themor selective draft. '
BREVARD
jfff OUT IN w. s. sue-
Cattle ticks undoubtedly militate that 'he .had not yet had both sexes. to the Gazette. These names will WEEKLY SALES OF WAR STAMPS ,
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''On Tuesday, in compliance with against making good beef and dairy time to formulate his plans, but was Should this feature be adopted, the be published, and corrected from timeto 1
'tl1. provisions of section 4, chapter stock. So we hope the cattle tick in communication with other high hours for drill will beso arranged as time, so that an accurate record Wenner-Sawyer Co.' (for public '
t1345:; of the laws of Florida, which is soon will be a thing of the past in schools where the military feature was l not to i interfere with the regular studies may be kept of all those who are doIng school), W. S. S___________--- 42' j
-. He did not think of the pupils. their country.. ___L..___. 47 "
|an; act to create the State Live-Stock Brevard county. tried out last session.. their part for Ditto, thrift stamps
{Sanitary Board and to prescribe its' Titusville voted 26 for dipping, cat ---- -- ------------------------- Please' send in the ,name of your Wenner-Sawyer Co. (for Woman's Q

|powers, duties, etc.,, the special elecftlon tle and 6 against; Mims went 14 for REGISTRANTS, IN CLASS 1 WILL SEND OUT PAPERS soldier, 'sailor, or aviator at puce,with Home Guards), W. S. S._-"'_.. 7 '1
called on tick eradication in thiscounty and 6 against; Cocoa, 32 for'and 8 ARE BOUT EXHAUSTED TO ADVERTISE COUNTY its rank, his' present address, and (as Di),tQ, thrift stamps---------, 30 :
[ took place. There was no big against; Melbourne, 62 for and none nearly as possible) .the date he entered Wenner'-Sawyer' Co. (for Presbyterian :!.
Recognizing the importance-of advertising the service. These names will church), W. S-.. .. 1
trash to the polls, but Brevard county against. Florida has been ordered to send S. ---- t.
[sustained her reputation as one of Theresult thug far shows Brevard 1,300 white men, to be entrained Aug. the resources of Osceola be arranged alphabetically and *pubished. Citizens' Bank, W, S. S._.?___? 1 ;;
1 the progressive: counties of Florida went decidedly in favor of compul- 26, and 1,000 colored men, to be entrained county and bringing in new settlers H. C. Stanford Co., W. S. S___.. 10' ;
I by+ voting overwhelmingly to elimifnate gory dipping of cattle, and the tick, Aug. 22. These are to*be sent and new capital to help develop this This,, is a most earnest request and Osceola Hardware Co., W. S. S2: 'f
: the cattle tick by compulsory the worst enemy of cattle, received a from the 1917 and 1918 registrants. section, the county commissioners one that should meet with immediate" Ditto thrift stamps.......__.. 5 / ,'(
['dipping of cattle. This now will.be solar-plexus blow.-Titusville\ Advocate Every man in class 1 who*is physically again went on record Monday as favoring response, as the interesting facts that G. W. Persons, W. S. S...,>___< _-, 3 11.
.ilk the sending out of newspapersto be will be invaluable W.B.WITHERSPOON,Chairman;. g I;
gathered
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[done, and soon our cattle will bring u v-; "' \ fit probably will be called in prospective visitors and settlers'as I, 1 ,
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." August. the best means of calling attention to un
WHY----- NOT- UNIFORMS FOR colored Osceola men county left in has class 23 white 1. and 8 and-advertising the resources of this BOY AND GIRL SCOUTS HAVE ,

county I IThe
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u I". ', I, KISSIMMEE SCHOOL GIRLS? BATHING NEARING PAVILIONIS COMPLETION if Osceola advertising is the, which pioneer has in been this form tried RECEIVED THEIR UNIFORMS. ,

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.,' out here for the last ten years- and
d'*!There: has been some suggestion as cotton stockings, Kissimmee's new bathing pavilion I which has been the means of bringing I local troops of Boy and Girl all, Arthur Bullock, F. S. LedbetterJr.
>'+:,adoption of uniformity in dress by "The movement>> for uniforms has at East Lake is nearing completion, in a large number of settlers. Scouts, under the leadership respect- I ., Archie Key, Frank Reed, W. A
,. ,Kissimmee High School girls AS a received the indorsement of rnfeuiy'eadi'ng \ and it is hoped to have it finished by Other counties, as well as numerous ively of Mr. and Mrs. Mjlton Pledger Lybrand, Jack Whidden, Walter Griffin
1({conservation measure. ( women of this city, as it tends the latter part of next week. A good cities and towns throughout the are taking a great deal of 'interest in Milton Graham, Robert Buckles,
''f-Thls; li a Statewide question and toward economy and saves wool and graded rotra has been completed from State, have adopted this means of attracting their work and are being rapidly advanced J. J. McCranie Jr.. Christie Summers, '
(fajheing discussed in a number of other fabrics needed for the army. the Boggy creek road out to the attention to their respective from the degree of tenderfoot J. R. Keeling, Ralph Cooper, Harold p
.-ntiei over the State. The follow- Others who prefer stylish clothing beach, and large numbers of Kimlm- sections, and in every instance has to that of second-class scouts. Burckam, and Buster Bass. ;
.dispatch from Miami shows that for girls, are opposing the plan, and mee people g() out every afternoon to proved an unqualified success. This advancement can be secured The Girl Scouts are Virginia Lesley . ?
f'uniform' has been definitely de. the outcome wlrn school opens is enjoy a swim.Yesterday For the next four months the Valley only by close attention to orders and Janet Griffin, Leila McCranie,
npon. there: awaited with InUrtBt;' afternoon, it is said, Gazette*will send out 1,000 copies by t hard work. Katberin Tiller, Geraldine Lesley,Lucille y
gh-school: girls ofMiami will W. .. S.. about thirty can went out and there per week in addition to its regular Both the boys and the' girls have Griffin; Elizabeth Raring Nellie Jx
t distinctive uniforms during the ADVERTISED 'LETTERS. were something like 150 people in subscription list, and if every other recently received new uniforms, Woodall, EVa! TuckerIreneIa.: .4 a
4 g school year. This was decidt Advertised list of letters for the bathing. Wfien the pavilion is com- paper in the State were authorizedto which have attracted much attention gram Patsy Makinson, Vivian Floyd, '
'" a meeting: tit mothers of localuhool two weeks ending Aug. 19, 1918: pleted, and lights are installed fqr do the same thing, Instead of having and 'a ded new interest for the youngsters Delia ''Ledbetter, Olivine Savage, Janet ;
i' girls this afternoon. Dallie Dyson H. ,A. Phillips, SarahJohnson the benefit of theca: who wish to go some hundreds of, thousands of u the movement. Graves, Clara Tucker .,Johnnie'Bronson
e new uniform will include Mrs. Herzog. bathing in tha evening, this promisesto people visiting the State each winter, The Boy' Scouts are Lewis O'Bry.an Margaret Waring, and Eleanor

skirts, )low-heeled shoes, and B. B. SIMPSON, Postmaster. be an exceedingly popular resort. we soon would have millions. Jr,, Donald McKay, Frank Wood Overstreet' ,...... ._..,.
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TWO 'f f THE' KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY AUGUST 9, 1918., 4 r '
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"T \ R. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has NEW POTATO BARREL IS I .'


J-- proved more satisfactory than WITHOUT ,HOOPS OR NAILSWhat t. NOTICE 14.

'; any other laxative I have ever used. The other
promises to be a revolutionIn time and also the ventilation that\ is
members of family also it and
my use we re- the potato-barrel,business is being: so badly] needed
:commend it highly." The heads are made of two thick
developed at East Palatka_ hoop- material and
half-inch
nesses of about "
From letter to Dr. Caldwell written bY\ : less and nailless barrel an Invention and bradded together -
are laid crossways The undersigned owners of large tracts
(Mr. Charles Fenike" 5005 N.Sth 8tre.ttt IPhiladelphia.
Fa. / it I. Z. Zelma of that place.A ,and are held in place by wires
few days ago Mr. Zelma and Ed looped around the ends of the stave, of land. in Osceola County hereby serve notice -
'. Earnest of Palatka bought the just under the wire through the endsf

Dr. Caldwell's ,, Eddy sawmill at Orange. Mills This the staves and are so fastened that on all. persons. now using their unfenced

'. Is, now being moved to Mr. Zelma'aplace : they can riot come out. ,
", about two miles east of East Ed M., Earnest, president of the lands for pasturage purposes, that they:

,Syrup Pepsin Palatka and about a quarter of a mile Earnest Company of Palatka, will be should make arrangements to provide other
off the new brick road where the fac- he business manager.HastingsHerald.

tory will be located, and the manufacture pastures or ranges for their stock on or',before -
The Perfect. Laxative of the barrel, as well as A press, W. 8. II. .
will. be begun as'soon as the machinery MEMBER' OF KISSIMMEE'S CO. -September 1st, 1918.

? Sold by Druggists Everywhere can be installed. B IS HIGHLY' COMMENDED
: They purpose to take the tree from
I '50 cts. (ES::,) $1.00, the,forest and start it In at the saw Mrs.-J. R. Wright-of this city is in After 'said date the, undersigned ow-

ind bring it out at the other end in receipt of the following highly commendatory
hers, their assigns or licensees may at any
finished barrels.' The press is an in- letter'concerning her son .

A combination of simple'' laxative herbs '\with ntion of Mr. Zelma's ,and' will fill a J. R, Maineny; ,, who enlisted in Com time fence and utilize their lands, necessi-
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I long-felt wont. It has the power to B after its return: from the border -
that in pany.
pepsin : acts an natural and is '
easy, way, tress the potatoes right and is note, with the from tuting
and went company... immediate removal of live stock now
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as safe for children as it is positively ,effectiveon pensive. here to Camp Wheeler: '.

the strongest, constitution. A trial bottlecan Some of (the best features about the NEW YORK, N. Y., July 29. i918. grazingthereon without further notice..
barrel are.that it can be made and put Mrs. J. B.: Wright, Kissimmqcr, Fla.: ,
be obtained free of
charge .writing to together more than twice as fast as Dear Mrs. Wright-I*'1* with pleasure .... ,

Dr. W. B. ,Caldwell, 458 Washington Street, he ordinary barrel ,and'can be sold that I Inform you of the safe ar-
Monticello! Illinois. .. roe much less; can be shipped knocked 'rh'a1and'' location in a camp "somee Security Investment Company .* !

down and easily and quickly-set up or where in France" of Private J. R.

-.-.--- nut together. The latter feature alone :Matheny. I had the privilege of meet- Florida Interstate Land Company
PROCEEDINGS OF THE .. ts and to" where the brick rood be- Vill save a lot of ,time and money ing this splendid soldier 'on the trans-
tins. This will give the county a brick; The barrel can be knocked down after P COUNTY COMMISSIONERSContinued and asphalt road between the limitsof being, used and may be reshipped and and when I left him at his" camp he Consolidated Land Company ,

.d- I the two cities,of, Kissimmcc and St. used over and over ,again. It, will;! was in excellent health and spirits.
from One)
( Page Cloud. The bids will call for No. ,2wirecut' ithstand months of weather without Soldiers of the grip and fiber of Ma

rials and turn them over to Ordia brick laid flat. being injuriously{ affected. theny make me, a Florida man, feel
lass who lately had been appointed The clerk was instructed to'advertise The barrel is made of straight very proud of my State lie is living -
tick-eradication inspector for this also the sale of $46,000 of 6 percent boards, the staves being not more true to the best American ideals. LEMON JUICE IS tee to co-operate with the Depart

county. Ordia Bass is to distributethe road bonds on the Kenansville- than two and one-half inches wide, If at any tima I can serve Mr. Matheny FRECKLE REMOVERGirls I ment of Agriculture rand telegraphed
I to the of
materials when needed and reimburse -. Lokosee road in Special Road District :dressed on both IIi des. Each stave please dq not hesitate to command resolution Secretary Agriculturea
Make this cheap ,,beauty lotion pledging "unreserved! ,
the county.Contractors No.3. has about a quarter-inch slot in each me Cordially yours, to clear and whiten your skin. our money our lends and ourselves,"
Arnold & McDonough The clerk read a letter from Con- end, running about one-third the GEORGE M. LYNCH and-"oar entire resourcec to win the i
presented their complete and detailed vict Inspector Cade E. Shackelford of length of the stave; and each stave Y. M. C. A. Secretary of \\.1" .Work Squeeze the Juice of two lemons war and to so increase our efforts in .
plans and specifications for buildingthe Tallahassee in which he stated he had has a small hole bored through the on American Transports, 33 Hoboken into a bottle containing three ounces producing crops" that we may: stsj 4
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of orchard the dread of famine. 9
new courthouse vault, which were inspected the convict camps here and width of_ it 'I at each end f.nd through N. J. have a quarter white pint shake of the well best, and freckle you scourage"'.8.8,
examined and the clerk was instructed had found the condition of the men I the middle. These are strung to a P. .-Mr." Matfienys address is and tan lotion and complexion beati- 666 cures by removing the cause.
to call for bids on the work. to be very good. In one camp he had strong wire, and a hardwood button First Pioneer Regiment American Expeditionary tier at very very smal cost. 32-lGt
E. K. Bass was appointed cattle found an insufficient number of about a quarter inch thick Is strungon Force France. hour grocer has the lemons and i w. 8. ..
inspector for the Deer Park district. guards there being one short. The the middle wire, between each w. s: n.- any drug store or toilet counter will A want ad. in the Valley Gazette .
supply three of orchard white
The vexed queston of payment of clerk stated this had been remedied stave and when the ends of the wire Help your government and yourself for a few cents.ounces Massage this sweet- will rent. your spare rooms
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material bills on the St. CloudMeI! and that now the proper number of !are drawn together and fastened the; at the same time-buy War Savings ly fragrant/ lotion into the face neck "Lick W.. g.---
bourne highway came up again. Mr. guards is maintained. bulge of a barrel is gives at the same Stamps. arm and hands each day and see how a stamp to lick the Kaiser!

Murray,engineer in charge,. tated that, IV. g. g. 1 I freckles and blemishes disappear and The Withstand
Strong the
Heat
.. ol
if the board would him how cl.ar..soft and white the skin be-
give little
a .
GOOD REPORTS
'L"' >tne.. Yesl It is harmless Summer Better Than the WeakOld
time, he would be able to get the matter '. .
PLEASE KISSIMMEEThere g 0. \
satisfactorily straightened. Afterwards f WAR COLLEGE FOR WOMEN -1'(I SEED MEfT PLEDGE HELP Whore people week,who wUl be are MraMlbened leebto; and. yoaafer cad enabled people t..
he appeared again before has never been anythingwith through the dcpreulnf beat of..m_ by tak-
the board and he the QUICK results of puro Lav- The American Seed Trade Associa: : log 'STASTEIXSSchUlTONIC. ItpnifiM
said had come to an optic eye wash. One man's eyes were tion, after a recent meeting. in Chicago and eorlchea tbe blood and build op the whole sy..
arrangement with the State Bank; of so badly strained he could not read I Dr. Conradi has invited the women'of tions in this 'wfork. Dr. Grace Whit- re-elected its war-service commit- .clad te. EJrect.You can 0o.woo feel lu 8tr 1a..lsTIforoo
I
Kissimmee by which the bank would without pain. TWO applications of Floridk to their State' College for ford will be in charge of this divisionof .
pay all moneys over and above the LavopUk relieved him. A lady had' Women Tallahassee, Sept. 7 to 13, the college. I
pay roll on the materal bills, and all tried three different glasses for weak for'a conference on war Work. Instructon In war-food 'work will
that was needed was the consent of inflamed eyes.her. 'We ONE Lavoptle wash Plans for this conference are being includes lectures and demonstrationsfrom JOHN B. ,STETSON UNIVERSITY
surprised guarantee a small
t. the commissioners to the arrangement bottle to benefit EVERY CASE weak mad by.Mrs. Edgar Lewis presidentof National and State experts on UNOOLN MOLLY. Ph.D., LIH.O.. LL.D.. Protlri.nt. DeLand. Fla.

The board decided this was strained or inflamed eyes. Central the Florda Federation, of Women's drying vegetables and fruits for both SEND NOW FOR A CATALOG. ,_* I

the simplest way to handle the matter Drug Storo. Clubs; Mrs) Norris president of the family and community canning vegetables THE GRADUATE. ,DErAIiTMENT='Decrees of Master of Arte and Setnc .

and the clerk was Instructed to WANT wa.LWE ACTIONW. Florida United Daughters of the Confederacy and meats with team-pressure THE COLLEGE ei OF, LIBERAL, ARTS 'FOR MEN-Twenty-one. .
draw a resolution to that effect. ; ; Mrs W ,S. Jennings, State canners, plan and methods of conducting m *nta In ftll depart
A. Hicks has
the
THE
r Pat Johnston presented the name "Toast to the Kaiser" in the folowing Mason. chairman of the Liberty Loan 'Comp Liberty kitchens and1' curb COLLEGE petrate OF dormitories.LIBERAL 'ARTS FOR WOMEN-A woman dean and ';.

of Rev. W. B. Wltherspoon to be Juvenile City Christian: 'mittee; Mrs' FVank Jennings chairman markets making bread land, preparations -THE COlJLKO aminatlon.' OF LAW-Graduates practice In Florida"without .._ '

probationary officer the recom- Here's to the Kaiser of "Kulter" and / lOt i the Florida Woman's\ Com of meats to meet the food ad- THE COUUBC1B OF ENGINEERING-Coura.es In"'englneering I.aorre.'w"leading. toDON'T '
mendation to go to the State authorities. Fame, "'* mittee:of,the Council of National Defense minstraton's requirements, and about TUB! Cni'jLKftK' FOR 'ra 1N1o"!"- I1o.-V1I* >> .a)

On motion of A. F. Bass, seconded .In the blood of the helpless_. he scribbles and Mrs. Wl B. Young for the milk and (the necessity of itin', the "THE COUUMJH!: OF,TEACHERS-F..peclally'tor'Florlda BU81NE88-U.akln.-: 'Bookkeeping' teacher., Shorthand.'. ' '.
by'JK' his name. \ ,:, {,;>4t$I'4t ' .. TJ'p..rltin .... '"'
Milliard, Mr.' Witherspoon We'll trace his vile steps by Libe::- ;Y. IM. C. 'IA. and'the. Y. W. C. A. workin ,diet. 'THB ':]MT-Prepare. for all hlgh-.rade"M"M '" SSSS.,*****"" ,
was .endorsed.. ty's Lamps, the State.Lecturers i The dormitories will be open for THE THE: SCHOOL SCHOOL,,OF OF MECHANIC ARTS-For bo)'. and young men '
The clerk read County Agent M. M. And tread on his carcass through from State and National the women. Board for the weejc will chorus MUSIC. -Pl.no. organ violin vce, harmony. and 1
Javen's report and the board ex- War Savings Stamps.-The headquarters of every phase of war be $4' THE: SCHOOL, O'Fo FINE! ARTS. 1
pressed iti satisfaction at its com- Christian News.w. work will be to is SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO ,i
g. tI!.-- present give! lectures This meeting (given in place of 1. Tae fTltm.art' C...... Im
pleteness.The Diarrhoea Quickly Cured."I md suggestions on the best methodsfor (but will include) the annual house- Inorganic Cheml.try (qualitative Avrlralteire-r-Botanr and quantitative, Biology analysis Or<<.rUc). and 1

question of thkt part of thecounty's have been in the practice of carrying on' the war work in keepers' short course. It is, hoped a. Tae cultural'.TETlf Chemlatry.'...' C..r.e-Phy.Iology Mineralogy\ Geology, Biology\ etc., Arn. 5\
contract with the Alabama medicine for forty years" writes Dr. which they are engaged. there will be a large attendance. \ ()', Zoology Botany General Chemistry Anatomy.Organic Bacterlology. ChemIstry 1
1 ,
Paving Company relating to a mile D. Braxton Beacham Florida food ad- Every woman in Florida js Invited, .. ..Qualitative. and Quantitative Chemletry. Physic. J
A. Post Barnwell S. C. "I came Tae r r f p Hell.l... *%'.rker_In Biblical Literature..
of brick road running over Libby'shill to this place last March having pur ministrator and ,A -th1.r V/ilMamfc!! and all interested in doing war work Psychology Pedagogy, Ethlca, Laglo and; Theism. Hltlor7English n-8t.
came up.: Tt was found, that the chased a plantation ten miles from Florida fuel administrator will attend more efficinetly than ever are urged

time limit on this had expired and, here; am preparing to move onto it, describe the work they are doing attend.In .
as the company had done no work on and give suggestions to the order have
and shall practice there. I find diar- wom- to proper 'anl.ngements ; -
the road, the board considered this rhoea prevalent; in fact became affected en as to how they can render the made in the dormitories, arty
part of the contract null and void. A. myself; saw a notice of Cham- best assistance to' these two Impor- one expecting to attend should, !write

T., Gillespie the company'o representative berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy tant government, agencies. immediately to Slow Up. t.

having been' notified the board bought a small bottle and it is Representatives from the Red Cross MISS ELLEN AGNES HARRIS, ; :
proceeded to instruct the clerk to ad- good." will be pres nt. One day will be devoted Dean of School of Home Economics

{ vertise for bids on the whole distance ,V. g. g.f.66 ...-- to child-welfare work. National Florida State College for Women,

of three miles, between the city lim- cudes malarial fever. 32-1 Ot and State experts will ,give instruc- Tallahassee, Fla.1dSWeet Advertising NOW! J ,




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'; Never has there been a time when the public '
CI R 5 EXCH 4.ivOE eeI has{ looked more keenly for MERCHANDISING
ds NEWS than now.

Never has there been a time more auspicious
for the enterprising tradesman to secure HIS FULL 1
"
,SHARE OF TRADE than now. *',

I When you buy grove equipment or sup- lars. In a, few' years it promises to effect People must continue -
to eat, to wear and to
plies in small lots you pay highest prices. economies for them, in sums I larger than The use. a I
tendency is to cut out luxuries .and '
luxuries
;
+ Quantity purchases secure sundry discounts the whole cost of marketing their crops of are only a relatively small proportion of your busi. 1\;\

" '.. and price concessions. Many fruit through the Exchange. ness.' For every luxury cut out you have a chance I
( grow- to increase your movement of staples.
,1'' ers joining together in their
; buying can You can share in the benefits and savingsthe How short-sighted Is the policy of reducing ad-
\ save big sums of money. Members of the vertising expense to "save, "
'' Supply Company affords by joining ( money. You will only 47
Florida Citrus Exchange do BO through the the Exchange' and marketing your fruit lose trade. You will! only lose prestige.. .

Exchange Supply Company. through,the latter. For ftuTparticulars ad- Advertise to increase sales and make more
money; don't cut it out to .
save
Already the Supply Company has saved dress the Florida Citrus Exchange, Citi- money.

4 Exchange members Study your advertising 'as ;you' never did be-
many thousands of 'dolzens Bank Bldg., Tampa, Florida, or call on fore-do it wisely and well.

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L. A. HAKES Be prosperous and let the people know that
Manager Orange County Citrus Sub-Exchange you are prosperous.
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I THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. AUGUST 9, 191*. ,.THREE

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,.':('' lomel Users! Listen To Me! I TWO POUNDS PER MONTHIS f THE FORUM I IPSYCHOLOGy" THOROUGH. TEST


One To Convince. The Mod Skeptical

.: 1 Guarantee. Dodson's Liver Tone LATEST SUGAR RULING Editor.Of Klssimmee' OF Valley GROWTH.Gazette: Kitrimmee-Reader

r: Ifi a law, almost as certain at the The test of time is the test that
, '
law of gravitation, that a growing. counts '

; our- Qruggisl; gives back your money if it doesn'ti'! Hereafter the sugar allowance has secured more than 'their allot'rnent community attracts to itself new Doan's Kidney Pills have 'mad.

';;' liven your liver and. bowels and straighten I'be restricted to TWO, POUNDS per of sugar, the county food administrator power, not by any deliberate effort in their reputation by effective action.:
I a special direction, but simply be-
The ,
following case Is typical.
MONTH instead of three other representatives,
without making sick. capita PER or ,
you up. : you cause the momentum of its growth'
Kissimme residents
should be
/ con-
pounds,' as heretofore, of the United States food administration -!
gathers in unattached material vinced.
General' Rules Uniformly I In Fore.Consumers' .-' will be directed to immediately as
1 does the,suction of air under a moving The testimony is confirmed the
-
; here's no reason why a person is mercury 'and attacks :your bones. I seize such surplus of sugar as may
Id take sickening,salivating cal- Take a dose of nasty calomel today Rule 1. Persons residing in the Stateof I have been acquired, and in cases train. If it is growing', it will proof complete!
l when and will feel weak sick and continue to grow until some hindrance Testimony like this ,cannot be ig--
a few cents buys a large you Florida are entitled to not more: where violation of the rulings Is discovered
,3e of Dodson's Liver Tone- nauseated tomorrow. Don't lose a than two pounds .of 'I proceedings will be instituted Js placed in its path. The truth.of the nored.
sugar per person
feet 'work. Take spoonful of : above was impressed me recentlyby Mrs. H. G. Siever 411
( substitute for calomel.t day's a per month, .based on the number'' of against such violators under the on .Clay street,
is a pleasant, vegetable ..liquidrill Dodson's Liver Tone instead and purchas :I food-administration laws.Retailer reading the history of a county in Kissjinmee, says:
people in the family, and no '
h \ start your liver just as you Trill wake up feeling great i No a far Western State. "My kidneys had been bothering'
ly calomel but it' >doesn't more biliousness, constipation, slug'gishncss es of more than two pounds at onetIme *, ,
I > as I "Some 'forty ;years ago, the account me for several months, and I kept
Make :von sick and can not ealiyate. )headache, coated tongue: or \ 'shall be-made 'by any person or1 Rule 1, Retail dealers 'in sugar shall stated, "the county was grow having such dreadful backaches it was
.!-rA. Children and folks takeIodson'a stomach. Your druggist! save if family when such"person' or family :
sour
; can $
grown make sales conform to
to
a per-capita able
; ing normally, but, on account of a few wonder I was to be up at all.
;:' Liver Tone, because it is, you don't find Dodnon's Liver Tone resides in the city or close to the
; allotment of two pounds per person years of crop failure, times'were hard My kidneys acted irregularly; and
.: !; perfectly harmless. I acts better than horrible calomel point of purchase, and in the event
per month rnd shall-limit individual and money to taxes was scarce. black spots floated before my eyes. A
pay
for
i'' ,I. 'Calomel io a dangerous drug. It your money is waiting you. that the purchaser resides in'the'
\ \ .-- tales to not-more than two pounds of The people looked to their commissioners' sample', of Doan's Kidney Pills was
country (or-five, miles gj. more from sugar !!atone time to a person or family to retrench expenses and tide iven me, and 'I began using them.

: t Your Job) Printing From the Valley Gazette Vhe-pounds available be point'of purchased: purchase; but )in five no, residing in a city! and not more over the stringency; but the commissioners n a short time I got Ane results and d

J may amount'so than five pounds to a person or a fame lacking the will power and was ,soon over my trouble. I think
." event shall the purchased ily residing in the country; or at a clear! vision always necessary for retrenchment Doan's are a splendid kidney reme-
'- exceed the monthly per-capita allowance distance from the point of purchase.For looked for outside aid dy." (Statement given May 28, 1914.) I

as stated above. ( the purpose of this rule, persons I I'A railroad,' they said, 'would bring On March 26,. 1918, Mr Siever
Rule 2. Consumers requiring sugar I,I residing at a distance of five miles in settlers: Lol I there was a'bond Issue said: "I gladly repeat all I said prals.

n'k for home canning and preserving are from a point of purchase will' be con- and a railroad, and hot air, and ing Iran's Kidney Pills in 1914. They 4

State allowed not more than twenty-five sidered rutal patrons and may .be entitled I hopes; but the taxes, hard to pay before always give me fine 'relief from at-

pounds for such home canning or preserving -!I to five pounds at'a purchase,but were still harder with the interest tacks .backache.. and I"say a good 'fK
...-- and in securing such allowance' in no, .event axe they to receive more on the bonds added. Insteadof word for them at every opportunity." ?

of Kissimmee :, they must make regular application '1 I I than the per-capita allowance of two I settler moving in, they were moving Price, 60c, at all dealers.. Don't
the
authorized
by '
I '". on forms pounds per person per month. out, until too few remained to simply ask for'a' kidney remedy.' Get,' 1
UnitedStates food administrator, Rule 2. Retail dealers 'are directedto Doan'a Kidney Pills-4he same that
; carry on. Came then default on the 1
I 'The of,the world such forms to be furnished by and to scrutinize closely all orders!! or requests :'interest, and for almost forty years Mrs.Siever had. Fo.ter-Ml1burn Co.. ,'

eyes bear signature' or stamp of the for sugar from persons who foreclosure was being fought off- manufacturers, Buffalo, N. Y. :
cousty food administrator of the not known to the grocer which 'finally w.a.a'I "
are making however, was the county's
county in :which the purchaser the sale. KISSIMMEE, WOMAN THINKS SHE
finish 1:
the man whoSAVES sides.. re-1 Retail dealers directed emphasizes CANT TALK, ENOUGH. .
:; are on Rule 3. Retail grocers must I. Rule 5. are This account the importance .l.., -
record of 'all ,sales '
to
kEep. sugar of looking in the right direction
take million dollars
"I wouldn't
1 a Pa
honor home preserving or canning ''
looae-leftf ledger, and' '
preferably as a for advice; and it reminds one,
the Rem-'
1 for good Mayr'sWonderful
certificates which 'lack the signaturer (
the food place on tcfiarate pager: the name, of curiously, of the Bible account of a edy has don. for me. I have finished
> stamp of county each 'Ufctcruer, with a notation of the man named Asa. "Asa looked not to
which the courlle and can say that I am entirely }
the in ndmlnl'-I
trator'of county date of sale amt the amount of sugar 1 the Lord but to the physicians, and cured of' very severe, indlgeslon :-
cer conducts his business; furnished along with the number of "
,
; Asa: died.
attacks I suf-
bloating and colic
,
"etailor hOD pel-aim? The county above referred to did fered from for many years." It .is'a' .
unless the has been duly
I same the 'er. Retail dealers are expected to co- not look to its resources; but to its simple: harmless preparation that removes j
Issued and authorized' by county
operate with the food administrationin and
physicians, the commissioners, the "catwrhal mucus from the '
. I food administrator of his county.under seeing that no person or no family died. It did not understand the law Intestinal tract and allay the inflammation -

Rule 4 Retail dealers must receives more than a .due, and proper of tendency. It wrt growing, and, which causes practically all \

:"PAUSE for moment, young man, facturers circumstances of cold sell drinks suga: ,to bottled manu- allowance of sugar on the basis month.of would have continued to grow, the stomach, liver and intestinal ailments tk
two pounds>> per pcrsot. per law of tendency forcing continuationIn including appendicitis. One
give a thought to self. .The goods, ice cream, candies, bakeries for Failure to keep a record of sales of the same line until a ,hindrance is dose will convince, or money re- M i
or: other persons using' sugar man- sugar may result in revocation of set in its path. The hindrance set, in C 1

-problems! that confront you now, or ufacturing purposes, public eating privilege to obtain certificates. that case, as In 99 cases out of 100 of W. ....
places; hotels, or restaurants, unless Rule 6. Retailers will be held to a arrested development, was'-exorbitant 666, contains no alcohol; arsenic, '

will a few years: hence.. the, purchaser: presents the certificates Strict observance of ,the above rules, taxes. It did not understand nor other, poisonous drugs. 32-10t
covering the specific amount of I and Violation evasion of the scientific bases w.s.sue-- ,
or there but two
.' Look about yea-the men of affairs in conatry, state, nation- sugar required or applied for. I any the that .arc Subscribe for the Gazette, $2 yearly. ,,
same will result in removal of For valuation. One is the capitalized
tax r
,ye: ,, in the world, are the men who started to save early in life. Rule 3. No consumer securing sug-' privilege of buying sugar and the''' immediate value of the net income of the I 1

: They have the respect aad confidence 0" the community.: ar under these rules will be allowed to demand of the return to the property; the other is the amount the
trade, exchange, or dispose of such Federal food administrator of all'cer :property would sell for in an open'

Then look en the other side-at the fellows who spend aD they purchases as they may make, either till cates issued to and remaining in \market. Any other valuation has no Attention Growers!

.ake-they may have a rood time for a while bat what does their directly or indirectly, to another person I the hands of the dealer found guilty. foundation, save the whim of the assessor ,

.:personality reflect ; nor shall any purchaser be al-: of violating the rules, or such other and may be so confiscatory as

_ lowed to make duplicate 'purcha. at penalty may be imposed as may seem to kill the growth of any community. I"
A dollar er so deposited ia this-bank win'be the different 'store. I required to properly meet the particular T E. A. HEYWOOD.w. MACHINERY

nucleus of an honorable, independent career. Rule 4. All private consumers or violation, .11I.11. 1
rte Make your .beginning new-today. Your bank families will be subject to a strict ob- MILTON PLEDGER KISSIMMEE LADY'S OPERATION BARGAINS 1i

book win pave the way. -ervance of these rules, and in any NOT SUCCESSFUL.
'\ event of discovery that any purcha.- Food Administrator for Osceola bought right w.'are able to save .

Capital stock .._______________. ___., __-: $100,000.00 er has violated these regulations and, County, Florida. "16 years agr-'a.; operated for you money. a

\ Resources ever.______..:...___________________ : 600,000.00 - ------,--------.----- appendicitis and later operated again
"..J i. .. : for,gall stones. Neither did me, any PACKINGHOUSEconsisting' MACInN ,
>"'' i" Officers and DirectoViT! i"' ST. LOUIS' !'IVE-STOCK' MARKET. EST \WAR$ EW'S"DAILY t TAMPA'''''' good and I suffered all kinds of torture ,' }'"f' i"ERyIiI" f !: ..;,' .. , '.'
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TIMES : took
I
Five
[c. A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY V-P. Ill since. yearso' of Washer., Dryers. t
YARDS
NATIONAL STOCK Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and 'have
3h ROMA Cashier and the best Buffers, Box Presses,, PackingHouse -' a
; THOMAS July 80.-Today's RejceiptsCattle, The most war news sit no symptons of pain since. All .

fr. 1 N. C. BRYAN. N. B. CARSON, M.'KATZ. 8,500 head; hogs, 9,500; sheep, 5,500. war news have been the consistent stomach sufferers should take it. It U Repair., Etc.

,i 'C. A. CARSON, II. FLEMING, E. L. LESLEY, Cattle Steers .how little or no policy of the Tampa Daily Times t simple, harmless preparation that PUMPING MACHINERY:'
J. WADE TUCKER. Directors. change compared with a week agfc, since the start. removes the catarrhal mucus from' the
slow The Times receives the full day and -Hand Pumps, Tower Pumps
the market being comparatively intestinal tract end allays the inflammation {
>* with very few xccptions.to to this not- night reports of the Associated. Press which causes poetically all (double-acting, and centrifugal),
these confined strictly to over leased wires. It is a full mem- Etc.MISCELLANEOUS.
- -xl, and are stomach, liver and intestinal, ailments,
;' CAA.\ the good heavy corn-fed Northern ber of the Newspaper Enterprise As- Including appendicitis. One dose will MACHINERY 5
CARSON. President N. C BRYAN. Secretary
sociation and receives the stories of
steers. Butcher cattle, mixed stuff, convince, or money refunded. J. Z.
and bulls ore generally 25c lower. many trained correspondents at the --as Friend Power Sprayers, Novo
Roberson
druggist.No
,
T he Waters & CarsonpjroceryCompany Quotations: Best heavy, grass steers, front. -It also prints the bent picturesand Gas Engines, Belting, Well Sup
: : $10@13; light steers rand heifers, $8@ maps. Worms In a Healthy Child plies: Motors, Shafting, Pulleys,
of'the All children troubled with worm haw an unhealthy and a complete Woodworking and
lar
Few outside
10; canners, $5.50; cutters, $5.50@7; newspapers color whICh Indicate poor blood and ass '
fat cow's, !'$7@8; bulls, G.50@7.50; gest cities equal it in the quantity,and rule,there \In more or lea stomach diaturbence.GROVE'S Machine Outfit.
TASTELESS chill TONIC liven rellulalyfor
yearlings, $6@6.25; heretics, $7@8( > quality of war news; none. prints the two or three weeks.. will\ enrich the blood. Improve REFITTED PIPE-ALL SIZES.
Hogs.-General market on flood !news any quicker. the digestion\ ,and act ai a General Strengthening I
Tonic to the whole ayatem. Nature will then The above are out of the bank
hogs is 25c higher than a week ago. The 'reading public: has been, quickto throw off dispel the worms,and the Child wW be rupt stock of J. P. Campbell Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers iDGR0CERJES Half fat and Southern grades no appreciate the Times' splendid I la perfect health. Pleasant to take, sec per bottle.
better than steady Top today, $19.20, news service. It is now one of the 96

while ''B week ago it 'was $18.95. Goodto most widely read dailies in the State. LANKSLIVER SABEL & ROTHSCHILD
: r choice hogs, 160@260!> Ibs, $18.90@ The Times will be sent to any ad- ,
dress for $6 or $1.50 for three PILLS
19.20;; 120@150-lb pigs, $18.25@18.50; a year
cuao tw Mtf M f!<>a.MMOXVTMM
lighter pigs, $17.25@18; rough hogs, months. A subscription to it is the /Jr.Lry a-l.wb''e.r Y.s.a 770-774 West Bay Street,
__....._ __
I with the 100I w4
best to keep war. ...
$17.25@17.60. way up Int r tan r- Hass.-t Jacksonville, Fla.
., . . 000000000000 0000000000000 0 Sheep:-.Lamb receipts heavy and 34-6t -.ra tor.i..wee.Ym.a t s.
.: 0 .
w. s. n.WOMEN --
.; WE SELL: 0 4 WE BUY: the market very draggy, averaging TORTURED I :--. i
.' 0r 75c@$1.25 per 'twt. lower than a week

!. .SAY 0 0 ago. Today's top was $16.75, against Suffer terribly with corns because of
i"" .. 0 HIDES $18 a week ago today. Bulk of the high heels, but why '

I" .. GRAIN .. 4 FURS 4 good lambs sold from $16.50 to $16.75; care now. Be a Steno-Bookkeeper

Il.It. FERTILIZERS 0M 0 medium lambs, $15 to $1G. 5; culls, Women wear high heels which buckle ,
? WOOL I $12 to $12.50; Choppers' and bucks, up their toes and they suffer terribly -
f''.!;. i .SHINGLES11" I. $9; canners, $5; breeding ewes, $12@ from corns. Women thc!!. proceed Patriot. .
j Q" e AND to trim these pests, seeking re-
15. Goats, $5 .tt> $7.50.
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ORANGE BOXES lief, but they hardly realize the terrible Several of have received
and
W. .. ..-- > our graduates appointments gone to
ALL
infection Cin-
danger from says a r
'.' RANGE WRAPS. 0 RYE FLOUR A SUBSTITUTE NOW. cinnati authority. Washington the past few days, at salaries) from $1,100 to $1,400 a

1 1 0 .. COUNTRY Corns can easily lifted out with year. Why not YOU?, Uncle Sam needs you! and needs YOU NOW.
T VEGETABLE CRATES' Wholesale dealers or jobbers handling the fingers if you will get from any
(,I I PRODUCE wheat flour ,are. now permitted drug store a quarter of an ounce of a With the commercial Concerns of Orlando and other towns calling

.. CRATE NAILS .. .4 to sell rye flour "or rye meal as drug called freezeone. This is sufficient upon us, we are unable to supply the demand. We, too,-need you. and
4 to hard or soft
k,,'0000000000000000' 0000000.00000 0 a substitute to bakers, inasmuch as corn or- remove callus from every one's feet You need YOU NOW.BooUeeping..
the ''food administration has allowed simply apply ,a few drops directly
sell field and garden seeds of all kinds bakers to use rye flour fir rye meal asa upon the tender, aching corn or-c llue. Shorthand, Typewriting. Salesmanship Civil Service .

give special: attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. fcubstitute in bread up to one fifth The soreness is relieved at once and etc., by expert instructors. Write :TODAY. ,
t .I' B delivery in city limits "Phone No. 12. of the substitute requirements. Whole- soon the entire corn or callus, root and

'.-are county agents for good fertilizer Ak us for circular and pries sale dealers therefore are allowed ,to all, lifts out without one particle Of

D, fertilizers. (U. S. Food Administration License-No. G-22092) sell to licensed,,bakers rye flour or rye pain.This freezone is a sticky substance Southern School off. '''
the which dries in a moment. It just N
i meal as a substitute, responsibility ,
iw stlon. Constipation er ..000000000000000000000000 of using such substitutes in bread shrivels up' the corn without inflam- fC, --'
the surrounding
ing or even Irritating '
Biliousness 0 0 being placed 'on the bakers Jobbers tissue or skin. Tell your wife about Commerce7' ;
e r one 50-cent bottle of LAX-FOS 0 To Insure publication M comnnnlcations 0 also may sell rye Jlour or rye meal this. .

PEPSIN., A Liquid Digestive 0 and notices of meetIngs 0 alone, but it,caD be sold only as a '
OutnkM. 'last .DM. Mot Affect the.Iliad 'I' "
Made ando TIM C. S. ASTON<<; President .
to take.
e pleasant + must reach this office before ,0 cover, for wheat. flour,, to licensed ; ,
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FOUR THE KISSIMMEE FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1918.


K1tiGlSr: RATUN BOOKS OPEN.
Florida, that the said committee AT THE CASINO NEXT WEEK. . ,
KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTEEvery 'ort.hwlth'call second for The registration books for Osceola "
a primary
Monjay-"Wolves of the Border," county are now open at the Katz
the purpose of indicating said nominee Triangle; Roy Stewart, seventh episode for the of 1,
store registration voters.
... .
9' "n. FrUay.By the costs of such second primaryto SaleOF
.. of "The Woman in the Web." in all ether Summer Clearance
KIalaas ee Valley a.se11. Cs ,be borne by the candidates InvolvedIn The books will be opened

K....__ Fl.rl.a this contest, and that the TUf'sday-"T.he Cabaret World," precincts of the county: on Monday,
person 1
with Carlyl Blackwell also Allied Of- e
W. B.. H........ ...........t11Io properly chosen at said additional primary Newa.JWednesday"Tan.rled; Sept 2..
ficial War ft.
w.
"f(, U. Va.. Ag.ew..eeret.ry be certified for a place on the ( Lives,* Vi- There is no camouflage-about the LADIES' AND CHILDREN'SSHOES
.
jp.i..a>.ai. M* II general election ballot, in accordancewith
tagraph, with Harry Morey and Bet- Huns turning: their' offensive into a ,

.."-.tl.. a.teel law aa the Democratic: nominee ty Blythe; Mutt and Jeff in "Super- defensive its the real thing.;
.
Oa Copy.? On. Year__..._,__....!>.00 'or the said office. .
On Copy Six Months_________- 1.00 intendents. I''
i .On* Copy. Three Months____._,___ .71 "In view of the nature of"this de Thursday-''Doingr Their Bit," Fox, Try hamber1aln'When *;
Tree and the judgment it is consld you need a' good reliable '
with Jane and Kathryn Lee the Fox
authorized All communications correspondent except roust from our be red by the court,that J. B. Somerset :Iniment for soreness of the muscles,
kiddies also
; Big V comedy Vita-
signed by the writer.Re.ct..d . pay the clerk's. costs in this case, and i sprain or to remove rheumatic
matter will not b* returned graph.
y nlss called for. that the respective parties pay the feature pains, try Chamberlain's Liniment.'
Friday ( day)-William Far-
of the witnesses whom It is excellent. --
costs
::: they reipectively -
(Entered In the Postofflc at Klsslm- num in "The Conqueror," Fox; also a ,
.. second-class matter.) summoned and the '
,l Florida as sheriff' -
Keystone comedy.Saturday"The. )\U"1<"I'). ,
coats with reference to the Notice Is that the Mould
summon hereby given
of 'the Honor of Taro of County ( CominlHftlotftprs of Onc.olji .,In order to close out our stock' of
ng same. San," Triangle with Jack Living- Count)'. Florida, will receive bids,up to
Er1eeR Done and ordered a) DeLand, Florida 10 a. m. Monday Scpletnber'2nd191$,
ston; seventh episode .of "The House on nine hundred thoumiait No 2 nlrv '
1. on this 30th day'of July, A. D of Hate" Pathe. cut lug brick; alma on No S re-presncd Summer Shoes we are offering the &
paving brick Bidders allowed to bid
1918. JAMES W.
PERKINS IV. .. B). 'on all or any'p..rl' of said amount.
"As Judge of the Above C< urt;.." Board reserves right to relertanyor following' attractive prices for the
"The AUies Unchec'ked7 haa ,.
a all bid HI<1 to lie address to J. t ;
Rqma chairman of the
Thomas
a Overatreet Kind mmcc, Florida,
good ring.Classified 1'tkL. ,
u'sTAte county Democratic executive'commit.. : OVKHSTHEET, two d
Clerk Board County miselutrers. : next weeks:
tee, when asked what action'the committee 4.&t' ., VNOTIfK. , .,
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would take in the' premises I d Advertisements -
PREsSP stated that his understanding of the! Notice Is hereby given' that the Board
"- of County Commissioners of Osceola
court's order was that it was merelya WILL TRADE or exchange fclty property County. Florida, will receive bids up to Sale Closes Sat. 17thLadies'
suggestion to the parties at issue for- country property or clock 10 am,. Monday, September 2nd 191$, Aug
of any kind. B. C. Millar. S8-lf for the sale of 0 per cent aerial . ,
FRIDAY AUGUST 9. 1918. that they settle the ,matter between bonds, 848i1l00.OO and Bridge .' ..
themselves FARMERS-Send today for a free am- District No. a. maturing at rate of .
and
that the executive pie copy of the Florida Farmer andtockman 8',000.00 per annum Interest payablesemlannually. h

Well, two pounds ought ...to, be committee! has nothing to do with the Tells about, published livestock at raising Jacksonville.dairy.Inir. ; All bids to. be addressed to :I. L.' White Canvas S.oes-: ___.Word $.I.0O-aow $3.25

enough to sweeten one 'quart, any case. In stands, Mr. Thomas' opinion the Ing.. twice poultry a month citrus {'60e and per year truck,-- r Overstreet, Clerk J. L.Klsslmmee OVKUSTREKT; Florida. Ladies' White Canvas Skoes__:_______..Worth 2.75,-noW %.00
matter where it did before
how. Just three years. for ft,00. Only livestockand Clerk Board County Commissioners. Ladies' White Kid Oifords_______._____ Worth 6.00-BOW 4.50
the ,contest filed. general farming In the 84-Bt ,
was paper
.mod.'c. I state. Write today. Ladies' White Nubrick Oxfords__________Worth 4.50-sow 3.50
Germany may be fighting: for control Chairman Thomas also said that, i If: FOR HAL.B-No. 8 seed potato, ,MOTICH. OF< APPLICATION JIED. FOR TAXI Ladies' White Reig skin Oxfords_________Worth 4.50-now 3.50

: of the"world's raw material, as I the court finally ruled that Mr. Guy; Spauldlnic's for fall planting Hose Four 1 cents, hand picked, Notice Is' hereby given that D. A. Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords___J_______Worth 3.50-now* 2.75
Is disqualified of him baring ; per pound; Bass of Tax Certificate No
she been by reason purchaser
has -
in certain
told it
we are at Waters & Carson Grocery Co. or 16N. dated the 7th day of August, A. D. Ladies' White Canvas Oxfords__________ Worth.Ladies' ..3.00-a w.2.%5
b 1. raw in her methods of fighting. voted for Governor Catts, that of Alex. Remington-Smith, Kl>nlm- Isle, has filed said certificate In my office '
t'_ .;: ll. as chairman' of the committee mee, Flo. 34-tf and haa made application for tax White Canvas Pomps___,..___...Worth 3.75-new 2.85
5'to > deed to Issue In accordance with law.' Ladies' White Canvas Pomps____________Worth 2.75-now 2.00
FOR SALE! One
Okechobee county voted dry by till could take no action as he wouldbe good farm horse; one Said certificate embraces the following
piano Must, l>e sold to close an es ,described property situated In Osreola All Mea's Keds___:___'w___:..____,.:.-_____Worth 2.00-now- 1.35'AU
1 last Saturday, and the. manage disqualified for the same reason, tate. A. E. DROUGHT. Administrator.
I 't wired Governor 4-Zt County. Florida to-wlf, : Lot 94, SemInole Mea's Keds,_____________________Worth 1.25-eow .85
said lAnd Subdivision
of the dry campaign qe if the Governor should request & Inv Company
"Okeechobee FOR .of all except n H of n w % ofn AM Boys' Keds______________-______-__Worth 1.00000ow ..75'All
Catta ss follows: citydl' the committee to call a primary 8ALF.-Uay baler and motor
a >%! of Section Thirty-One ((11)),
boat. )<'. MlLI.SAPSan4l.ake drove; Township "TW.eity-six\ U/I South Children's Keds___,__...-___h-______Worth .9O-aow .70
)'; Okeechobee county dry; every : as was done when W. J, Sears Orange Center, Fla, 84-21
Rang Thirty-One (ll) East the said All Ladies' Keds _ ___ Worth 2.00 1.35
___-_______ _ __ -now
precinct in Okeechobee dry; Okeechobee resigned as superintendent of public land bring assessed at the date of issuance .
lake nearly dry. instruction, that the committee would FOR apartments RENT-for Furnished light housekeeping room or,' or said certificate In the name of All Ladies' Keds_____,-________=______-_Worth 1.75-now 1.25AU

In J. Sampson. Misses' Keds__ __ ______ __ ___ Worth 1.50 now 1.10 ,
C .0 then feel justified ,in acting. modern, convenient house, close In. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed _ _- -

Willis Powell, famous as the "Push \\'. ft.! "'. -. Mrs E. ,E.116 Wells Mabbette, Real St.Rstate Phone and 142 Insurance , Issue thereon according'on to ela\'rh! t't': September Mill- AM Children' Keds_________________. ____Worth 1.25-eow .85 ,

and Smile" ,editor it is announced A. D. 1918. Worth 3.25-now 2.50 -
FOR S A 1.13
SHINGLEGREEKMise -Elg-hty acres; 12 ttereicleared J. L. OVERSTRKHT,
Worth 2.50-DOW 1.75
will again take up newspaper work and under fence: t acres In Clerk Circuit Court Osceola County,
bearing or an ice grove; 12.000 worthof Florida' All Children's Oxfords, Worth 2.25--now: 1.60
Florida. He will be advertising mans cypress timber on trout; four-
'alter of the Clearwater Sun the paper \ Edith Kiswonger left on Saturday room house and kitchen. Also 60 IV OIK'1-3. Black and Tan Worth 2.00-0w. 1.35
head of cattle and a good bunch of Notice la hereby given that R. B 1.25
Worth 1.7S-now
which ;lie established some years ago. last for East Lake to assume range hogs loose on the range Story purchaser of Tax. Certificates:
Powell is booster excellence :'u-r duties as the teacher in the school Fnrmlnjr tools and Implements horated NOB. 41fi. 420 fZI, 422, 424, 425. 427. and Worth 1.50-now, 1.10Children's
a par near Kpnansvllle. Price
and we are all glad to have. him back at that place. half. eaRhkb"lttn"e terms to suit 14.6(10 BH 431. ,dated hits filed the 7th said day certificates of August'A.In my 1191fi >. Baby Doll Pumps_____ _____ ___Worth 1.25-now ..85Children's

f F in the game.A H. W. Morrow is erecting a garageat Fla, B-tf olYIcp tax deed and to has,issue mado lii accordance application.with fur' Baby Doll Pumps_____________Worth,, 1.00-now .75

<0- his residence, -being his inten DWF.f.LINaS Tlllen. for rent. Apply to M low Hnld certificates embrace the following Ladies' One-Strap Black Oxfords,.---.:.----Worth 3.75-now 2.85

Swiss lawyer, in defending a man tion to convert the house which he Osrpolfl described County, to-wit property: situated In Misses' One-Strap Black Oxfords_________Worth 3.25now 2.50

'. accused of stealing pleaded in Swiss has been using'for' one into a model FOR at attractive SALE-Spcond-hand prices. Osceola Ford Motor cars No. .416 Lot'' 76 In .Section 17. No. Children's One-Strap Black Oxfords_______Worth 2.75-eow' 2.00CMldren'
420 I ()t 81: No. 421, Lot 9S!! ; No. 482.I '
court that' the judge be lenient, to his up-to-date barn. Co, 11/17 nrondway. ..ot 127.; all In Section 19 No 424. Outing Shoes...._____________Worth '2.75-eow 200'Children's ,

ki Lots 17 and 82; No 426, Lot S3; No. Outing Shoes_ ..__ ___ ____ _Worth 2.50-.ow 1.75
_
Carl Barton of Orlando is : _
x: client because the latter had lived a visitingat FOR SALE--One Emerson Typewriter, 427 Lot 48; No. 431), Lot 110, 116 and --
model three, visible, as good as new 126 all In Section 20 All of the above
Would believrf the home of his uncle Jim Bron-
time in
long Germany. ,
,, you Apply Valley Gazette, .. belnic i In Township 28 South, Range 80 .
itt Germany's diplomatic repre- East '
son.Howard FOR RENT S sleeping rooms comfor. The Bald lands being assessed reBpoctlvely -
; oiitatives' in Switzerland got mad and 'Anderson was out from tably furnished, convenient to baeh, at the date of the issuance' 11
kicked about it. Evidently that sub- Kissimmee on Monday for a visit at dmlrable location Term reasonable of said certificates In the name of E.
; men nrefered or apartment A. I E, Baylim. C. H Martin
lime "kultur" is not impervious to pinpricks the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. conveniently arranged and fufcilnh- O.: U, liurnalde. V lioyt, 8 W. Kettering : Fred S. GilbertYOU i
W. H. Anderson. We' are informed ed for light housekeeping t 2X8 J. W. Harris, and H, E \Vyatt.UnleM .
llenutnont ,
avenue Phone 179 T. said certificates shall be redeemed
0-- -- that he soon Is to join the colors.. I according to law, tax deed will
r FOR SALE-No. 4 Irish potatoes for Issue thereon on the 9th day of September
t We are so offensive now and hopeto Grady Cromartie left yesterday fall planting. Price So per pound A. D. $.
continue offensive until we become (Thursday) for Tampa en route, for f. o. b. Hastings Florida, ca.h with j,81' OVKRSTREET.: 'T"I
\ order. F. 11. Allen, Hastfnga Fin.12it.. Clerk Circuit Court Oaceola County,,
become
110\ offensive that the will -
enemy Key West where he goes to reportfor Florida ny H H Bullock r>. CRegistration .
offended that he will quit
so
duty as a member of Uncle Sam'snavy. j
himself offenaive.Jackson.'Ville
making!
a i

: How Times-Union.is ;it possible for -the .Kaiser Ed Ivey who went to"Tampa last I. I SWAT THE FLIES '
\ ,
r and ;other Prussian junkers ,to quit ::week nentfiipon(to',enter* his a hospital' returned for:several treat !;0i/'.' L; f 1 '. Notice.I :> ,, ';I;; ; ;:." .

making themselves offensive Unless'theytcommit eyes, I' {l( "' ' "
J lays than having the I I. and We Swat the PricesLOOK 'l (,
I suicide. Even sooner intended . ", j, .; :
". 1. ;, ." 4_' then, \ fonsenf-'of+ ( hls'doctor'eo tovdoWHise'ft ' .:,,"\,,y\vt;. ..,"., " .",,, ,' ,,:''s ,.'">:{., .,, ;. ,1' .'<' " ", '<'<. IJ" ,

Apalachicola is arranging to mark eye is in a serious condition, and

the grave of Dr. John Gorrie. Each ret the specialist held out considerable The registration books (or enrollment of voters to participate in OVER OUR LIST; THEN GET OTHERS' 'PRICF..8-AND

State in the Union is entitled to place encouragement regarding the ultimate BUY WHERE YOU: THINK YOU CAN DO TilE BEST. Saturdaywe

Iwo statues in the Hall of Fame at recovery of thy sight. the November general election will be open at the office of the Registration will give with a dollar in trade a useful present. Guess what it is.

a Washington, D. C. One of the FlorIda Mrs. P. G. Cromartie returned on Officer at Kissimmee from' Monday, August 5, 1-918, until October .

statues is that of Dr. Gorrie. Yet fuesday from Davenport where she .
his .has remained unmarked. vas called several days previously on 12th. Navy Beans, Ib_____________ .13 Alaga Syrup, gal. __...-__ 1.15 '
3 grave of illness her Georgia Cane SyruplV4lb Alaga Syrup, '.i-gal. __-?_ .68
account the of
,. We wonder how many Floridians daughter can _____________-_ .15 Alaga Syrup No. 2 .?_____. .22
know who he was end what great Mrs. William Rewis She left The precinct registration books will be open in the several pre- 6-lb can __n_____________ .55 Alaga Syrup No, 1 n?_____ .17

r service this 'renowned Florida man Mrs. Rewis very much. improved in cincts from Monday, September 2, until Saturday October 12. 10-lb can _____-n____ 1.10 Crisco, large can ____un 1,80

rendered to mankind. health. Coal. Oil, gallon,______u____ .15 Crisco medium -. __ _____ .05

4 The Shingle Creek school opened i Tuna Fish, can: ---__-------- .15 Crisco, Binnll,_______ ______ .50

'- (Nearly 2,000,000 girls and boys Monday with Miss Iva Niswonger as No-vember Black Eye Peas 13c 2 for_ .25 Bran 100 IbR- 2.55

'; t have volunteered for the Unitec I IStates' teacher and an attendance on the and'who have not been properly registered heretofore, are notified Lima Beans, 18c, 2 Ibs for.. .35 Shorts, 100 l'-------------- 2.75

Garden in the Department opening day of fourteen pupils.E. Prunes, 2 lbs for __nU__ .25 Sweet Feed 100 Ibs_________, 3.40
Army that be these
The removal
they must registered during dates..
y of the Interior.: Their service L. D. Overstreet and son Mal- Evaporated Peaches -__-_ __ .15 Oats, 100 lbs ___----e_ g.GO

flag bears a cross rake and hod with colm are looking after their large from one precinct to another since registering will require changingthe Cheese, lb,_... ____ .___ .. .30 Corn, 100 Ibs ---n__ 3.05

1. the letters U. S. S. G. in blue in afield cattle interests at their pasture on records in this office accordingly. NaVy Beans, 2 Ibs_____-____ .25 Velvet Bean Meal\ _u______ 2.30
Alfalfa .__
this Calumet Baking Powder, lOc, Meal *_____-_____ 2.50
Rough island week. '
of white with a red border.! The Best
Mrs. Arthur Alderman of Boggy I3c and __________ :___ .24 Creamery Butter lb .. .55
enlistment entxils a pledge on the Minced Ham, 'lb. _?__._..._ .28
a !part of the child to use efforts to increase creek is visiting at the home of her E. D. KATZ U-Ueeda Biscuit, pkg. __u__ .08 Potted Ham, Libby's u____ .08

food production by cultivating parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Cromartie. Graham Crackers large, ... .15 Vienna Sa sage, Libbv'g can .11

''i Graham Crackers', small _._- .10 Corn Beef Hash,can, 13c, 2__ .25

'i one or more crops under a gardenSupervisor Miss Johnny Bronson of Kissimmee .SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, Crisco small ..---_........ .50 Beef, pork and Veal Loaf, ca .20 "
teacher chosen for this
r or visited over Sunday at the homeof U. S. Smoking, pkg. ________ .06 Household Ammonia;;-flot.___ .10
4 pork and to make such reports as Kissimmee Florida. Prince Albert, pkg. .!:. __.. .14 Blueing bottle --___--______ .05
?
her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.G.
1 may be required.COURTSUGCESTS. George Washington' pkg. '_: .0(5( Potash, large cap __ -__ .10

g 0 C. Bronson.W. Stag pkg. _______-_ .05 Cal. Peaches, heavy syrup .: .25

NEW PRIMARY L. Moseley, who has been busy Velvet, package __ uu Uu .10 Cal. Peaches small u______ .14

for the last several weeks roundingup Rends, pkg. _______::_______ .06 Tomato Tomatoes, No. 1 can lOc, 3 fo .25

(Continued-from: Page One) his cattle preparatory to moving All othera pkg. ____________. .05 Best Pulp, JOc, 3 for __u .25
June
Early
,1 lb. _____ Pets! can .. .14 "
them. left the latter part of this week Barley Flour per > .08 Best
upon at the general election in November Pork and Beans can.__ .15
Head Ib.____ ..
Fancy Rice .11
of this year. with the herd for a pasure on the St. I Water Ground, lb.per' .06 Small cans ,__.__n______.._ .09
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"It is thereupon considered and declared Johns river. lie was accompanied on The Overland Rumford Baking Powder, Ib._ .25 Maxwell House Coffee ccn __ .32 ,;

by the court that no nomination the trip by James Miller and Walton : Garage Best Salt Bacon, Ih. _______ '.30 White House Coffee, can Uu .35 '

; Was made at the primary of the Tyner.. Good White Bacon Ib_______ .25 Senate, best there is ?.__.-- .35
w. s. sue.. Breakfast Bacon, lb. _______ .45 Arbuckles ----___,__.____'_ .24 ,
Democratic party held on June 4th of The girl who married six soldiers in Salmon, per can _?_n___._ 18 Mince Meat, pkg. u : .10

) /this year for the office of county commissioner succession and secured an allotment Argo Salmon ___--__________ 28 Best Evaporated Peaches'III !.15
from the Fifth Commis Bull Head Cptsup:! hot. 13c, 2 .25 Jar Ring doz. __u 04
sioner's District, Osceola county from each of them should have gone 'is now under new manage- Eba Milk. can _____________ .05 Best Red Zings, doz...."J, .10 tr"

Florida to be voted upon at the general into Wall Street. She has all the Eagle Milk, ca __nunnn'' .22 1 Ib can Cocoa _____.______ ,[25 '

makings of a' high financier.-Hainea Mohawks can __ 1.15 DRUGS __
election to be held in November All work all ?? ? ?
City Herald. ment. on] Carnation, can __________,__ .06 Sulphur package ______ .05
A. D. 1918 and the court considers """
St. Charles, can __________. .06 Blue Label Vaseline bot __
and declares that no person fs by reason makes of cars and marine Van Camp's Milk, can ...... .06 Turpentino, bottle ___ "_"_ .05 10'

of such primary election the lawful Pet milk, Baby; can ______?_ .06 Caster Oil, "bottle -..-- _--__ '.10

and proper nominee of the said FOR SALEA 1.Georgia Cane Syrup 1% lbs. .15 Castoria bottle _____-_-- u .30

party for Ybee) (Mid office' to be voted work done promptly. Eddie Do, 5 Ibs.-______.------ .55 Epsom Salts box ____I.IIII .05

Few Choice Young Do, 10 Ibs_______________ 1.10 ,. Camphor, bottle ________ .10
at the said election.
lipon Lancaster is in charge of Smoked Ham butts, fine, Ib__ ..35Arg Salts, box --___III______ 05
,. "And I ""
thereupon both of said candidates ,) Starch bulk, 9c; 5 Ib.40: Quinine Tablets box
.______ .15
'' Milk CowsDuroc
,- J. B. Somerset and B. II. Guy;

1 consenting and agreeing in'open court the repair department. EvERYBODY INVITED TO INSPECT OUR SANITARY ST01tE .

that another primary be held in the Jersey Hoc all 'vS AND GET PRICES. Our Motto U: Cordiality; 18( 0:. to the i 4
age pOund and 100 C eats on the Dollar. "
F
said eleeilon'dlatrlct for the
of, a.certainlnathe Democratic purpose nominee CHEAP OUT OF TOWN ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY ,t

1, to be voted upon at the said general I F. H. TYNER Mgr. CUT PRICE CASH : ,

election, it J* suggested by; the Dr. W. W. Carson GROCERY

court: to the county Democratic execptJvti : Phone
141
422 '
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j conanittej .of Osceola county: t I .




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THE,KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, ,191ft.. ,FIVE ..

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11:1': 'II Mr.and Mrs.T.N. Farr and daughter l been home for a brief test, left in his I winter crops. The feminineFanelers,' Walter will accompany: them foe L

INTERESTING .LOCAL ITEMS of St Cloud spent yesterdayin car Wednesday for Washington are as efficient as farmers as is the few days' visit ,and then will go on to. '

i. ,Kissimxnee. vas accompanied by Mrs. Sears, their man of the house-who is some farmer Tampa and spend a few weeks with.

.... ... ..... ........ .. I Good-Night,, a terror to mosquitoes Brother Coleman' subjects for next son Joseph Jr.,and Miss Maude Thom- himself. relatives in that city. Mr.:Walter and
at Central Doug Stored; tSc. Sunday are: At 11 a. m., What I* aion.< The party will make the trip Mr and Mrs. W. H.: Geiselman of Mr.. Geiselman are cousins, and had
Weather the Wedding Garment at 7:45 by easy stages, stopping in Georgiato Largo, who have been guests :of Mr. lot seen each other before) this week
j ; p.
Report creek
1 I ; Jeff Barber of Boggy Is in m., ,:"How Can We Find Out Whit visit reltives, and expect to be on and Mrs. J, F. Walter this week, will In more than forty years. .

town today on. business,, God 1st" the road about two 4 week. return home tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Subscribe for the Gazette, $2 yearly.

Attorney L. C. Massey of Orlando ,Lawrence Griffin, who has been employed ---- -
Following are daily temperatures business. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Miller and chil.
spent Wednesday here on legal -
and precipitations as reported dren and Mix Lillian Harris left several months in the transit lll/lll/ Jlll Il/INIUp!/
by Government station department of the People's Bank, at
in
today Mr.'Miller'e car to spend a
at Kissimmee fothe week. end- will Jacksonville, came horns last Thursday -
Good-Night keep, mosquitoesaway
ed couple of days' outing at Daytona
Thursday, Aug. 8
; ; 15c; at Central Drug Store.B. Beach. to spend a week's vacation here
Mat Mln. Rain D. Hamilton who has been ''at with his parents lie will resign his
Thursday .... 94 70 .11 Dr. Calvin II. French, president of position with the bank in a short time
"xainesville : ,
month returned home
____.. 94 71 __ a ;
s Friday Rollins College, at Winter Park, was and enlist in the navy.
Saturday _.... 93 73 __ Monday. in' Kissimmee yesterday in the' inter .
r Sunday ...... 94 71 __ Frank Elwes of St. Cloud passec est of that splendid institution .,of Mr. and 'Mrs. J. L. Beaman re-

Monday ..... 95 .74 _. through the city today on his,way to learning.: turned Monday from Estero. When
: they left last week it their Intention
-
,, was
i Tuesday ...... 97 73 .. Orlando.
B. Bryan of the Osceola Motor Com-
to spend two weeks in that
! Wednesday .. 93 \t' 72 __ Henry O.; Partin arrived ,in the city pany Is the proud possessor of ,a service section,of Lee county, but John says

'' ..oo o .o..o..o.o.'Dr. today from his cattle' ranch ,on the ', flag with three stars, representing the Heat\ drove them back. However, i
St. ,Johns river.,,
his three sons, two of whom are they did visit Naples, abjout thirty A453

.' J. D. Chunn of St., Cloud spent Good-Night costs you nothing if It in the army and one in the navy, miles down the coast from Estero.

ea Monday afternoort town,' does not satisfy. For sale by, Central l M'r. and )dr.. P.: 1.... GOdbold"'havereturned Col. Alexander T. Akerman will be SURROUND YOURSELVES AND FAMILIES with the gratifyingand '
Drug1'Store. .- to their home in Tallahassee beneficial influences of a cozily furnished home.
t1r( Poinsettia ceam'exclusively. CORNER associated with Judge G. F. Kribbsin
l : DRUG STORE.. Attorney Pat Johnston made a after a pleasant visit with Mr. the practice pf law, taking the Such a home brings cheer, comfort, and contentment Mall

S. 'R. Chapman made a businesstrip >usness! trip, Jacksonville on' Wed-, and Mrs. McCranie. Mrs. McCranie place of Lieut. W. J. Steed during his members of the household, and the recollections and

h to Tampa this week. nesday. '. Mr. Godbold' auntsMr. absence. Mr. Akerman formerly was impressions made, especially on the minds of he younger -.

; A. E. left The praises for Lavoptic, for the< and Mrs. George M- Taylor United States district attorney for members of the family, exert a refining Influence! all
Donegan Saturday nightfor '
Washington and Chicago. eyes, can not be enumerated. Guar- have received a letter from, ther son !. southern Georgia and figured as the through their lives. ,

{ anteed by Central Drug Store.! Joe stating that lie had taken his final prosecutor fn the famous Green &: SEE US FOR COZY CHEERFUL, COMFORTABLE FURNITURE: .. .
Poinsettia cream exclusively at the I
CORNER DRUG STORE. Uncle Josh Ferguson, manager of examination as an aviator and expects Gaynor, case. marked at prices ,that will be found satisfactory and backed by a
the Stanford store at St. Cloud, was to receive his commission as a The home of R. T. Butler, at the ,guarantee to be, aa represented, or purchase price refunded. o
Ralph Bearden of Orlando spent in the city Wednesday.. lieutenant in a short time. I corner of Orlando avenue and Verona

Sunday in Kissimmee with his mother. Julian Montsdoca and John Bais- Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCranie and street, easily would be awarded a C. H., GRANTHAM

Leroy Vandenburgh left Mondayfor den of Kenansvllle. were among the and Mrs. McCranle's sister, Mrs. Mol- prize were prizes, offered in ,Kissim-
the Syracuse (N. Y.) recruitingcamp. visitors in town i on Monday. ly Godbold of Jacksonville, who has mee for well-kept and attractively "The Satisfactory- Storm", q}
been the McCranies' guest: several adorned lawns and house exteriors.The .
Civil Engineer H. E. Wylie of St:
A. E. Cloud transacted days motored to Tampa >Tuesday the Butler
Drought of St. Cloud met with the Board of County f \ "grooming" of prem
business at the courthouse on Commissioners last Monday; for a brief visit with relatives' ises, too, is not of that spasmodic'- k
FOR SALE
f Monday. A party1'of Woman's Home Guards, ture that comes only with "clean-up" A. E. DROUGHT'
Harry Arnold returned home from
'21 L. Y. Bryan of the Bryan Cycle Savannah,.Ga., this week, where he members of Company C, motored over weeks. It i is a continuous perform. -
from St. Cloud on Monday partici- ance. 115 Broadway,
( Company, made his weekly visit to has been employed in a Ilf'Ocey store.If .
the city Tuesday.. pate In the regular drill of Compa- Mrs. S. T. Fansler will boss the Five Mules, Harness S"
you really knew the value of La- nies A' and B of Kissimmee. In the Real I Estate andnsuranceREPRESENTS
lu Talcum powder, toilet water, will agriculture on the Fansler farms until >a
be and
voptik, would without Three
never Wagons
you
o help you keep cool. See our Sylvian party were Capt. Murphy, Lieut. Ferguson winter comes. Her four efficient '
line. CORNER DRUG .STORE. bottle in your home; 50c; at Central Adjt. Johnson, and Mesdames farmer girls will assist her. Mr. '

Drug Store.' Hatcher, Goodrich, Cathcart, and Fansler intends soon going away to The'' Home Insurance ,Co*, of New
u F. W. Hill, of Narcoossee was a Clarence Johnson, who enlisted in :Somerville. and there '
( business visitor to the city Wednes- take a war job temporarily Inquire York the National Fire Insurance.
the navy a few months ago, is spend Congressman W. J. Sears, who has by supplement the financing of the Hotel Co. of Hartford, TIle Sun, and K;
day.A. 'rg several days at home on shore Graystoiie,
D. Page of Harrison, N. J., is leave. 33-31 many other reliable companies.

,,, time at
spending some Edgewater
:Mrs. George Niklis and children of 4
a Farms.C ---
Tatpon Springs arrived this week for .
Sing, the Celestial laundryman, a.THE ..
i visit with her mother, .Mrs Helen .
tok his departure for Live Oak on Perdew. '

Wednesday.FOR Mrs. Ordway and '''children, from 7r

RENT-Furnished flat with Tampa, arrived in Kissimmee this Complete ,Stock of

modern improvements. W. B.' Harr's, week on a visit to her sister, Mrs.. G.
Gazette office. 14-tf D. Boone. N

C. S. Acree of the Point conferred Lavoptik is wonderful for weak or UNIVCRSAL.CAR
:
with the Board of County 'Commissioners strained eyes. Hundreds are using it, ... DOUGLASSHighs

on Monday. and all praise it highly.;' 50c; at Cen- "

W. R. Fuller of'St. Cloud attendedthe tral Drug Store. .

meeting of the Board of County Rull Bass, J. McPhatter, Mr. and

'J Commissioners on Monday. Mrs. W. B. Harris and daughters PRICES HAVE NOT Top Shoes for' Men

i G. L. Sullivan of Boggy creek spent Martha Bell and Virginia, and "MissOrpha .
Monday in town on matters connect. Rose motored to Bartow Mon-

with the new Boggy creek road. lay afternoon in Mr. Bass' car.

.A beautiful line of leather card and W. B. Crawford was called to Tal.ahassee'thi. -

photo cases, ladies' and gentlemen's week by a telegram say- H. STANFORD +'

4 purses, wallets, etc.; 25c to $5. CORNER 'ng that his father, Hon. 11. Clay : ADVANCED .

DRUG STORE.W. Crawford! who has been ill for the 11 a, '
lmmee'on 'ast two weeks, was in a critical "
W. Haley was InKI_ very .. ."4 .
condition. AL'';<>" ,' 't", ,,, ,
Tuesday, taking :orders, ,?! palm !to. u\0rfrf ?jt ;l ,I';..1L. :' ,, / ,"' 'rrt''',! '
fiber brooms/\\.whlcb'"are' manufactured \ .|H&Gebge arrived r lastiweek'' from .. ,I, :.",' : / ) mL' '
"
at. St. Cloud.v v /,''''''lff'''l!\''''''''m! Palatka*to*take" hargef as cashier'of 0 > ' $508.00Chasis W. IL ARNOLD ALAN J. MAC DONOUGH

Miss' Virginia Tiller, who has been the Citizens' Bank. Mr. Branning, Touring Car $523.00; Roadster ;
ARNOLD & MacDONOUGH
attending summer school at the State who camel/ here to act cs cashier of

University, at Gainesville, is expect the bank temporarily, has returnedto $472.OO; Sedan, $775.00; Coupe, Contractor, Engineer, Architect '

k'k't ed home tomorrow.Mr. Jacksonville.The $723.00; One'-Ton Truck $677.00, DARLINGTON AVE. CITIZENS BANK BLDG..I.
following colored men will depart -
and Mrs. C. II. Funk and Miss a
Catherine Derbyshire autoed on Sun. today for Camp Deven, at Ayer, Kissimmee Delivery. s

day to Lakeland on a visit to Mr. and Mass,; Andrew Williams, Martin Rufus -
t \ Mrs. H. C. Swindel. Silas, Harry Scott, James Cro-
martie Qharles Alexander Robinson,
i dier Look comforts.over our" You assortment will find of something "sol i and Clyde, Stuckey. It is important when yoUr Ford Car requires Take our ,

CORNER that DRUG will be STORE.a treat to your boy. !! and Lieut.Grady W. Cromartie J. Steed, ,John who Schmidt enlistedin tuning up or repairing that you Pure Fresh

Dr. C. L. Hyatt and family returned the U. S. naval reserves a few place it in charge of an authorized Ford Drugs, and
weeks were'called to the colorthll
ago,
,r Wednesday from, a week's vacation
> to Indian Beach. The doctor week, leaving yesterday for Key dealer. Then you are sure of having replacements Medicines A
West where into training. yP C
they go a1
reports mighty good fishing. 6
made with genuine Ford-made and Keep
and ;
.Sergeant Bill' Ashton of Camp Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Snyder'

Wheeler came home Saturday on five children, accompanied by Mrs. A. B. materials] by men, who know all about Ford Healthy !
days' furlough to visit his parents, Snyder; motored to New Smyrna and .

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ashton. Coronado Beach on Sunday. Whileat Cars. Bring your Ford Car to us. Satisfaction J ii
New Smyrna they visited Mrs. "
?I Mrs. George Persons, Mrs. L. H. Snyder's aunt, Mrs. Gilbert Valen- is sure and you will receive prompt
P. \ Ingram. Mrs. J. D.Woobeck, and Mrs. -
.
i- George Gardner motored to Orlando tine.C. attention and right prices. We will tell
.S. Acree reports that cattle dip-
: on Wednesday for a few hours. A .
z ping is proceeding with great alacrityIn before hand what for labor
;I ,!J, : A. D. Page of the Edgewater Farms of you our charges
his section of the county. Most
.'.1l.; Company reports that more than 1,000 the cattlemen are using the Edge- will be, and all work is guaranteed" Our ,
head of cattle were dipped in that,
vat. How
11'' company's vat during the month of, water Farms Company's is in of first ..
ever, I. M. Lanier is using his own repair department charge a
"' f.l\
,
l, ': July.Mrs: C. F. Prevatt, and Mrs. G. M. vat.J.. class Ford mechanic.Osceola ,.
II. Smith and W. L. WeJLherbee
);'r Shearouse returned home Sunday last I ,
tc motored in from Lake Barton
1
/ from Guyton, Ga., where they have Wednesday. Mr. Wetherbee's son ,
.t' ,L been spending some time with rela-
,' Robert, who is a member of the Corn V,
tives.
\
I Club, has raised forty barrels of com 4eM
F. H. Lawson left Sunday for Jacksonville -
off one aero of ground. This is esti-
where he is visiting his son- mated at sixty-one bushels. Motor THE CENTRAL'S. NURSE SAYS:.
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J.
;; A. J.: McDonough, who has a,lucrative -
,,,17 : M. Woodall. He returned home yes- position with the Merrill-Stevens So many people make the mistake of not goingto w's

; f terday. shipyard, at Jacksonville, spent the their doctor or coming to our drug .store ,before w

::1' ; J: Mr. and Mrs. James M. Carson week'end here visiting his parents.Mr. they become helplessly sick. ;
z: ;.. ; drove up from their home, at Dania, McDonough is in the drafting department COMPANY \

,, and spent several days visiting their and is1 also a Member of When the least little indtspositlon seizes you Is

"parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carson, the shipyard band, for which he re- the time toward off"a real l attack of Illness: It Is so

this week. ceives extra pay. AUTHORIZED FORD AGENTS much easier to KEEP WELL than to get sick and'

,' Grant Cooper, Davis James, William Rev. Bunyan Stephens, formerly get wen ,
? Napoleon Zanders, Eugene Howard pastor of i\la church at Kissimmee and '
'! Ed Hamilton, and Paul! Sheffield, recently! at'Ocala, ban been appointed 307-009 BROADWAYKISSIMMEE Buy your medicines and things from us, and

'all colored. have left for Camp Deven, assistant camp secretary of the Y. \ FLA. KNOW they are right.
?
5 at Ayer, Mass.Sergeants M. C.A.at Camp Johnston. He will be w

a Roy Graves, McGowan, recalled as ,the man who preached the Central'Drug Store
!and Homer Tindall and Corporal Will high-school commencement sermon in

?Mason Tiller arrived in town Tuesday Sanford at the close of school in 1917, HOOD TIRES MOBIL OILS FISK TIRES TIN SqMre Deal Place '

I night on a few days' furlough. They his,subject being "The Raft!.,of Ar Phone 41

"..::, will return to Camp.Wheeler tomor- mageddon." ,H. has many friends' in i..., : .

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:, SIX "n-----.o:" THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY AUGUST f, 1918. M"I" ?"

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REiD CROSS FAMILY REMEDIES BOYS HELP,NEW YORK FARMED
THE NEW CALOMEL( Farmers in many
i": RICE CULTURE J York State are dependent entirelyon
Many able Chemists and Doctor. were called into service In perfecting: this city to help them tend and 1
t boys ,
'
line of Red Cross Remedies
to field
according
A PERFECT SUCCESS harvest their crops, t
Thla is an age of Specialists and while one may have distinguished achievement BY A., P. SPENCERRice I men of the United States Departmentof
ta his credit in one particular line; another is excelling in something else. Both farmers andboys

That very thing makes possible for us to have a Red Cross Remedy for each is grown to some extent in are likely to produce better, crops Agriculture.to be satisfied, It is report.
ailment and enables as to give the consumer more' than we promise or charge for In Calotabs, the newly perfected'calo- seem NewYork
Florida. than from
nearly county The June
every plantings. However rice ed. Most of the boys are
Each formula is with .. and if
compounded much care precision as our mel is absolutely purified from all of to '1
entire success depended upon that one Remedy. That's why NEUROTONE acreage reported for 1916' ,was 1,153, produces a good crop after Irish potatoes the City and have volunteered
r repairs shattered nerves, and Red Cross STONE ROOT and BUCHU puts. or an average of approximately! 21 or spring vegetables, which unpleasant, sickening, and dan- spend the summer on farms to help
kidneys in a normal and Healthy condition I gerous qualities of the,old-styl9'calo. the Nation to produce food. Theyare
jour for each
acres county. There II''a \.nay delay the planting until June. 40
<; Red Cross Remedies are not patent Medicines. The formula is printedon nel. The new Calotabs are rapidly organised: in groups of from
each carton in plain English, so that you know what they are composed of much larger area suitable for grow Cultivation. taking the place of the old-style calo- to 60, each group being sent to a different
and what you are taking. More than one hundred Red Cross, Remedies and ing rice in this State, and, because of When planted In wide' rows, the community, where the boy
eel tablets
Toilet Preparations are sold and guaranteed only by the present 'need and high prices for crop should' be cultivated, to keep as they'are much more I are in charge of supervisor who>
_.. effective as a )liver cleanser and 'syeem assigns them to various farms. The
-- - all grains and food it becomes
crops down
weeds and
hasten the
growth purifier yet ere entirely free supervisor visits each farm at least
STERILIZE OLD SEED BEDS.If CITRUS SEMINAR SEPT. 24-27: necessary to make every possible ef when the plants are small. After "rom all objectionable, qualities. once a week to see that the youthful

fort to grow at least sufficient grain heavy rains, or if the soil has packed, The in food producers are 'giving their employers
They Are To Be Used Jlgaiii', Llve-Stock'Round-Up Meets On Same crops to supply Florida's needs. Rice a deep cultivator be used to loos- new Calotabs are sold only satisfaction,. .!'.
may
'b Make Them Safe. Dates at Unjversty of Florida. He original sealed packages; price, "'. ". .a.---
be used '
may as a grain feed for all :n the,soil;; otherwise, shallow culti- NEWSPAPER.
15 cents. Your recommends OUR FAVORITE
The greatest trouble grower have The ninth annual Citrus Seminar 'kinds of live stock:, and can be used vation is best. druggist

in railing seedlings is caused by' the will be held at the University of Flor in place of other grains and feeds that Fertilization. nd guarantees, ti\em-A'dv.\ : If you are not a reader of the Tampa .
subscribe
w. s. g.-- Morning: Tribune: you should
eed-bed ,diseases. Dampingr-ofT, the ida, Gainesville" this year Sept24 to are 'being supplied to, the South for Since rice is usually'' grown on the Chamberlain's Tablets., for it at once.
most important of these is caused 27, inclusive. An excellent, programof live stock '
poultry and human food.It richer soils, it is seldom necessary to Chamberlain's Tablets are intended 'It is THE GREAT South Florida
by several fungi chief of which' isrhlzoctonia. particular interest is being ar- is therefore !
,
advisable to plant ,the apply fertilizer when
any excepting especially for' stomach troubles, biliousness ] covering this section of
This' fungus lives and ranged. The citrus industry, like all newspaper ,
of
greatest possible rice
acreage even planted on flatwoods sandy lands that and constipation, and have the'State absolutely and unequivocally
propagates in the soil, and unless care others, has its part in the blg'struggle against the possibility of a light
cropor have bren leached of most ,of their met with success in the treatment of and is the only in Florida
is exercised in Selecting the seed bed now going on, and must accommodate paper
a'partial:, failure. avulhible plant foods,. ;On sand flats those diseases.. People who have.suffered printing every line of the day and
or in treating it, trouble is apt to'reeult itself accordingly.
Among the differentsubjects that Spils. or> the poorer' grades of flatwoods, a '''for years,, with stomach trouble night reports of the Associated Press

The best crops of rice are producedon satisfactory crop seldom Is produced and have been unable to 'obtain any It is the first paper to arrive in our
C. D. Sherbakoff of the Universityof will ,bedilcuaaed'at: this ,meeting are
moist lands. The unless
lands fertilized
most suit. inasmuch as these permanent relief,. have been cotn- .
Florida experiment station names Machinery in the grove; feeding and. : city every ay.'Subsfription
I able are:" lands have almost no available plant pletely cured by the use of these tab- $6 After
per year.
the following conditions i care'of mules and horses poultry in
being favorable ;
as Bitter grades of flatwoods; that is, food left. On such lands the rice usually lets. Chamberlain's Tablets are also oct 1 it will b4! increased to $8. Sub-
to the development of 'the the grove; raising pigs in the grove;
where the soil is compact' makes stunted and '
fairly is a growth of great value for biliousness Chronic sccribe 82-6t
now. ,
disease: tamp weather; repeated the' citrus grower's garden; labor in dark I in color and.has turns These
a fairly.retentive yellow. lands may be improved constipation may be permanently I
cropping of susceptible plants (and I grove packing-house; fertlizangthe subsoil of clay or marl.] for 'rice culture by drainage cured by taking Chamberlain's Tablets Virove's T..tele.. chill Tonic

nearly all vegetables seem to be susceptible grove to best advantage under war Sandy muck lands and under': eDir. purtfylot{ and
by to
having a large plowing cover crops and observing the plain printed reatoret vitality and y by enriching -
..' and too thick sowing. conditions; to what ,extent protectionof proportion of ,sand'jn the muck. enrich the soil Lands that have been directions with each bottle.BoozeSoaked. the blood. You ceo eoon feel.. Ite Strengthening -'
The disease be'prevented the should be practiced un- Invigorating FfTtct. Price Me.
may by grove
Low hammock lands 'where drain- planted to Irish potatoes or winter ,
making the seed beds land. der conditions the market
on new present ;
... .. age is provided to take ,off the surplus truck crops usually are most productve ,-
New land outlook of transportation ,
usually is plentiful In' aU ; forecast water. as good preparation has been
parts of the State, and it should be conditions and. facilities; protective i
Drained prairies or lake bottoms made and some fertilizer is left to
'used whenever possible. New land measures 'in grove and packing-house that are provided with ditches to take supply the rice and give it a good StrenCfthenAmericai

may'not 'be' entirely free from disease against diseases and pests; and many off surplus water.Riverbottom . growth before the time of ripening.On ?

but there is a.li.kelhood. that it other equally important subjects. The
land wherethe overflow the poorer grades of sandy land : -
is. Then, too, it is a good practice to different diseases'and pests of citurs :
from the banks of the river can the crop requires the same fertiliza ,

r sow the seed thinly, so that. moisture! trees and methods for their control, 'scape, so,that the ,water will)) not be- tion as that for corn; that is, about '
conditions will be will) be their usual full consideration
not favorable to development given 300 to COO
come stagnant. pounds per acre applied
of fungi If the plants are '
Such lands usually are selected for before planting.
not too close together, they will make During the same week the third '
lowing truck crops, and especially Rice'Vs.. Corn Following Potato
better growth and be more recistant, annual Live-Stock Round-Up will beheld
Irish potatoes; so, wherever drainage Whenever Irish potato can
not only in the bed, but under field at the university. A separate \ crop
has been provided to make these lands 10 harvested\ by April 25 in south '.
conditions.If: program and! } a separate meeting
safe for truck crops, one may be fair' londn: and by May 10-in north and Bodies .
the old land must be used, it place are provided for the round-up.
them rice
in
Iy safe planting to after west Florida corn is usually prefer.
should be sterilized This can be done Those citrus growers finding subjects
the truck crops are harvested. ,I able to rice as a follow crop after
by sprinkling the soil with a solution on the Live-Stock Round-Up! program
Whatever of land is selected
type Irish potatoes but where the corn cannot
of one gallon of formalin to fifty gal- that are of particular interest! to them ;
i for rice culture it must be well
pre- I be planted until after these dates, Poor Ground
lons of water-a half gallon to the thus will have opportunity to hear the forSoulCulture'
' pared before the seed is planted. A it seldom produces a profitable crop,
foot. discussions.
square Apply several days before I I
stood; seed bed, free from grass or due especially to destruction by bud-
sowing the seed, so the formalin Remember the date and make your
t weeds, is just as important for rice I I worn'',". Under such conditions, rice
evaporate'before < to attend.
seeds'are i
can the plans .
tiS for corn. The rice must get a good usi'al'y is more profitable than corn,
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planted. It,might be well to cover the WAKE UP'MR.--COLBY! start ahead of weeds, and more espe- it can: be planted as late as June 20.
bed with cloth _
; to prevent too rapid
dally maiden-cane, joint grass, and ,I Irish potato land is well adapted to
evaporation until the
1- formalin has hada
chance Setttle Times Says Charge !Made By Bermuda grass. rice, as the soil is moist and in .a state
to do its work. Formalin
can Shipping Board Member Is Absurd. Rice is a satisfactory crop in many ')f good cultivation when the potatoes 'Clarence Darrow-the "labor lawyer"who defended( the, McNa-
be obtained
from wholesale druggistsin places where the land is too wet for i ire harvested. Such a soil is also very brothers the California few
large quantities much cheaper than Bainbridge Colby protested the other mara dynamiters, a years ago-threw a
day against prohibition on the orn, beans peanuts, and various le- favorable for a rank growth of njald- bluff into labor the '
other where
at retail. Several farmers might cooperate j a meeting day, he spoke under the

buying their supply of it. ground that if beer should be taken i umes. From 20 to 40 farmers bushels who per cn-canc: Bermuda grass or joint auspices of a local bartenders' union against the prohibition movement.
acre are reported by
Alter the potatoes are harvested
from the workmen the output of, grass.
If brush is at hand the bed be
sterilized by burning., Once the may disease American shipyards would be reduced': planted It on such lands.Drainage.. these grasses should be destroyed "Has drink ever done you any harm?" he asked his audience, and
.. before planting the ,rice; otherwise
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'gets into the plants, there is not per cent. I Wherever the water :andj the lie waited a moment for a reply.
on :t will require much hoeing to
Mr. Colby who is member of the
j much that can be done for them. It ,

s may help some to spray with bordeaux :I Shipping Board, has been g'UiltYJ of surface stagnant several dxya, drainage at a time must and becomes be I keep lice. the grass from chokng out the "It killed my brother!" volunteered a voice in the pit.

mixture such patches as may uttering an absurdity il- to off the water "It killed my brother tool" said another man, .a little further
<
t become proved by facts that should be as provided carry surplus Where the land to be planted is surrounded -
diseased but if is used apt
; care if a good crop of rice is to' be hammock the rice J back.,
;I by crop
t, in selecting or sterilizing'the bed, this :{parent to him as to any other citizen.
Which district in' the has grown. In the irrigated rice AeMnof may be taken by birds. Under such
will not be ne :ellary. country Darrow was flabbergasted I He didn't i knowj-heireaLsentirnents
Louisiana a flow of water is turned on :
'' I last conditions, it may be more profitableto
been the 'pace for the
,/Sour, Stomach W. S.and B. Bekhin year''! setting' ,' , the rice when it 'is six to eight' Inches plant forage crop,- al these birds i ::;ohu,! audience!.' He probably!, '"supposed, that, he. war talking!to i, bar-

j : high and Is kept up until a short time destructive to all grain ',' tenders', crowd t < f, >,' sir, '.". !
It,)is the district in ,which the city crops. ,' ,1 "
"When I _
began taking Chamber ;
t , ,.' ; ',, "
lain's''Tablets three ,of Seattle is situated and,includes the before harvest, when the water',,is Harvesting .\ "" '':'" I "' ''p" ' 'J\.I' 'Ji'I'Ii\\! \ } I
t' years ago was i off that the field be- \ 'Has drink done yoU "oy' harm? "The
turned so *'may ever workingmen of
Washington heads show to
troubled most of the time with States .of and Oregon. When the a tendency
ing and sour stomach.. I belch-I I These commonwealths not only are come firm enough for teams and harvesting I fill, it is best to let the crop ripen and America are coming to believe that at has. It i isn't safe to recklessly

headache and constipation. This rem "dry"-tbey I are 'bone dry." machinery., The water is harvest for the seed; but wherever It throw into a crowd of workingmen a challenge which may so easily ,be

edy was just what my.system needed. Our shipbuilders don't show up turned on at the highest point in.the is not inclined to fill properly it answered. For they are coming to know the. facts. And the facts are
field and the outlet is located at the
It strengthened digestion and 1 with "Monday morning heads." should. be cut while green and made
my restored i always against the liquor business..,
lowest and it becomes
me to my former good health," They don't commence the week's point, never into hay, for if allowed to ripen thor- i

writes Mrs, A. D. Smith, Jordan, N. Y. I I work with the lassitude always asso- stagnant. oly, the quality of the hay will be in '1t js bad enough for booze to kill the body of your brother. It i is i ia
Tbp rice of South Carolina
ciated with "the morning after the planters rice straw has less feeding
\ ferior as
a. g.
worse thing for booze to kill his soul. ,_
six
turn the water on four to days
_ 666 cures headaches: biliousness, night before. value than oat straw. As a grain

loss of appetite, and that tired, aeh- (! It is not necessary to maintain an Immediately after the grain is planted drop\ one must expect 15 to 40 bushels But what about the man who carries a dead soul] in a living body ?
and let it remain on until the seed
ing feeling due to malaria colds. |,emergency force of workers to take per are, and occasionally more. Asa what
or is sprouted. The watering ,is repeated This is happens to many a man who has become boozesoaked.For .
Fine tonic. 32-10t ,the places of those who have to "sleepoff hay crop, upward of two tons per

a Saturday night jag." two or three times, but always acre may, be expected. drink destroys a man's soul before it kills his body; and usu- .

The coupling of beer and efficiencyor is taken off before it stagnates. I Rice may' be harvested about the ally he doesn't know what's happeing to him. That's the sad part of it.

booze and ship output Is the rank- Standing water is especially injur- sane as oats; that is, if sown with a

est piffle that has come out of Wash- ious to the varieties of rice grown in grain drill or broadcast, it may be cut We are realizing more and more that soul I culture and the things

ington since war was declared. Florida; so that poorly drained muck with'' a mower or' a binder. If the that grow out of the use of booze can not occupy the same body at the "1

r The truth is,' that prohibiton would ponds or low lands, having no outlet 'crop has been planted in wide rows, same time. In the end one will drive the other out; and usually booze

... increase, not decrease, ship produc seldom grow good crops of rice until ar.d in to be harvested for the see'l, it
ahead in the
N'
T comes out struggle.
OLDESTSTABLtSi
sufficient drainage Is provided.In .
tion 25 per cent. will pay to cradle it and tie it into"bundles

f UTHCRk & We, in .Seattle, know this the truth, Florida,' irrigation has not been and let it cure in the shock; If you believe that the traffic in Alcohol '

SEED MOWS for we have tried both plans.-Seat- practiced for rice culture, as the crop then stack it or put it under cover.

4 /N fLOR/DA tle (Wash.) Times. has not been produced on a commer- If harvested just as soon as the grainis doe more harm than good-HELP STOP ITI!

aaa o*r4r.,0..** cial /pcale. mature, there will be considerable
Vttnr **f4 4tir drove's Tasteless chill Tonic Rice is a surface feeder. Its root feed in the straw and there will be

_,A. RlYSp destroys the malarial fermt which an transmitted system is shallow and fibrous. It little loss from shattered grain. Strengthen America CampaignThis
moisture
than
to the blood by the Malaria Mosquito. Price We. uses more most cereal The county agricultural agent or

crops while growing; so that good the extension division will supply in-

= :rops are seldom made on the high, formation about harvesting and ihill- ( advertisement was prepared for the National' Campaign Com-

rolling, sandy lands, or even on ing machinery on request mittee by Charles StI,)".

drained muck lands where the soil Is W. !S. atGet -- I

(!tter loose and open> Ready.

Crops Sowing., Now is the time that your hens will I ',' ,

Rice may be sown broadcast or molt or shed their featheis. This .

seeded with a drill-just the same as ''process: Is rather slow, and nature

Heavy yields of l high class products are necessary oats are planted. It is preferable to 'should be assisted. B. A. Thomas' .

plant in rows three to four feet apart,, pqultry Remedy will help your hens Sacks for Castor BeansNew
to bring
a big net profit to the The
l grower. to; allow for cultivation.! If planted to molt, causing them to shed earlier

banner record for such results has been held for broadcast it will require about six ,and be ready to lay when eggs are

the last quarter-century by 1 pecks of seed per acre; but if plants ',highest-in the winter. If this remedy or Second Hand Bags '

in three and one-half foot rows, ( does not make good, we will. Write for Prices tr

'about three pecks of seed per acre
Ideal Fertilizers
will) be required. If the land has nat-

ural drainage, it is best to plant on REDBCR055o Southern States Bag Co.

Send for oar Free Boob OB aQ commercial the level; but if planted on very flat 1

i land, where the drainage is slow Jacksonville, Fla.
of or
Florida also
crop ; oar Spray Catalogue.
j .- Special! advice gladly given. insufficient, .it'may be advisable to HBH t

plant on ridges made to 10 inches = t
-
high. Unnecessarily high drills (or HEALING. ANTISEPTIC ,

ridges) should be avoided, as they -

I Wilson &: Toomer Fertilizer Co., dry out more readily: should there. bea UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE
sLINIrVI ElMT
t Mfn. Ideal FerEffinn.Fla shortage of rainfall o..yna. FOR WOMEN

gD the seed should be covered two rthree EVERY DROP |H FULL OP HKLP MllUarr TralBlB Vader A ray Offlrer T.U.....,.
JaduanyBle A t".lr"m.clir with antiMptia and .......ou.U. Courses In Arts and Science, Agriculture IIU Student from *, bk
rvmtatx inches deep, It'does not sproutas \ II-. A 9rrvMctd. limrovnt which an.. pees Chemical, Civil Electrical. and 17 Statee. J6 FJorl!!. ConnUn -

\ tobraises4 readily as other grains; so it slionld. ,&e.llro..acb..p.lw.woa.n.. ... it..ba..wlr.ad.dadr.. Und *.d.all. _u.eulutraubl. a/nd Teachers'Mechanical College. Engineering, Law, I Cou Including r.e. Bummer School 1117-18-an4 Total Short 8111 ;1 e

be put into moist toil. Tuition Free. Send for Catalog: Write at Cata&g-
25c one. for .
,= ... I
V. __ 1 The season for planting extends C.a.r. s A. MURPUHBD. Pee.rdot.: EDWARD CONRAOT.', P U ..." _

A from April. to June.' Early: plantings) C..h B JA Coml NV&U.I'e! ,J ...IUDAtom' __ ----- --- so-iot.

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KISSIUMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, AUGUST 0, 1918. ... SEVEN

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Crawford Lee JarraU' No. M dated the Tth day of August, .._........ .....0........ .t .._*
A. D. 1111, and of Tax Certificate No.. QU '. "

CRAWFORD aJARREW.ATTORNEYSATLAW It RUMINATIONS OF REX t: 141, dated the 6th day of .July, A. D. Lot .. ......___.._...........____...Nathan Porter .._____..__.. I.IS
1111. ha. flied said certificate In my of. Beg r w oor of Block TL, runs n SO .

floe and has made application for tax SO ft. s 50 ft. w SO ft-......._.._. MaddoxWateni .._______.....;._ ._ T.11 ,
.
-
deed .
to Issue In accordance with law.
A Cam** Ore> Ca. ReSb.EMvlete .,
cell 6. and 7 CiUsea Said certificate embraces the following .. i .. a lri... J
f .
.1. IB *.
4ant e I .
21st of coming tU previous article he stated that if the I described property situated In OsoeoU '" I''
The July :
Bulldlnjr : :year Lot _... ......._......./oe Johnston .
..
County Florida, to-wlt: 1f- ---- ---- .........._ _.. 1U\" u
S. Florida on Sunday remind Rex of. day Germans were opposed in battle by Lot. I, 10.. 11, II. SI. 14 In Section 4. N14 of' Block I___-..................Mary W., Mel).., ._.._...._.__. 81.48 .
... Western and Lot 1 In Section I,. In Township II Lots 1 and I. Block '...__.......,...Lesle A Ba.._..__.__ ._ SI..t
date flity.'ean - -
bearing the our troops might
came they Just South. Range II Bast according to the N.% of iT Lot 6. Block .,................1. w Miller .33333 ...1
DR. W. W. CARSON ) ago, it also having come on ''u well run at once, for those Western of Park .Gardens, the said land All of Block 14..._____..... ------J. M. John.lon---------------- 1141 4''
Being assessed, at the date of 4ssuance All except B. is ft. of N. 82 ft.Block 18W. C. Bass _.-_-_.._____...._-. 49,41
DENTIST Sunday-on* of the moat importantdays ( fellows do not know how to run of maid certificate In the name of C. F. Beg. NW. Cor of Block 20, run. 8. 100

1 '' in the history of the Confederacy with their back to .an enemy It and J. 1. Dibble. and H. J. Cunning- fu, B. 10 ft. N. lOt ft.. W. 100 ft.__Mrs. Precllla Bass Estate __.... 2LTS.
.
Office over PUley Bulldlnc ham. N. C. Bryaaili .....0."..... .t Block .
1 Otrtoa Hours: I-12. '1.-4'Phone -the battle called by some Bull seems that our Eastern Middle Unless said certificate shall be redeemed I F.

Js I> Administered 166 Residence for Kxtraetlea'PII_..*UY Run and by other Manassao. This States and Southern men are doing Issue thereon according on the to law.th, tax day deed of September will.: Lot oLot I, ................. JBlTof: .:.____.s. N. 'Mater. __'.__"_.._-,..... 11.06 tJ
lilt 1 and 8
of Lot
H 2.
Teeth combination of name arose from tM their best to emulate the Westerners. A. D. 1918. I Block M. ....-... ..._.. ..._.__/. D. .'-__"-___.__ ...1'

fact that the fighting wa done on the We believe that, with more than Clerk Circuit 3.Court L OVERSTREET.of Osceola County I All of Block R and a.r-___-.:....__-.* ...; B-FTcolller.' -"-_..._.__._.-- 51,49

LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW plain of MGIIa.... and also along the ((1,060,000 U. S. men "over there," theX.iaer' Florida. By a H. BULLOCK, U. lean Addltlem. i1
C'I Lot. l to lno.J Block> .............. .. .M. F, : .... If.II
banks of a creek which ran through : armies will find they have NOTICK OF- ADMINISTRATOR I Lot 1, Block: &: -_..-._..._____...__._T.Mr/a B. Gardnersty. ::::.--..: 11.16
r ,
the plains and was known as Bull Run :'more on their .hands than: .they will In Court HAROE I Sevth B>I.*J.. Rallrmid" SB.I'V.". ll

WaringBaDding.. creek. know what to do with. Florida, of. Count Judge.-In State re Estate of!i 8W.Lots T and 8, Block 8-.-??____.__-_ A. Niemeyer' _.._-__.__- 41.41
60 or
of D. C. Lee. ft Lot 1; Block 4...-?-_,..K, U Lisleyf" .1.33333.._.._. __ Ills ri
I Lot '. .I.ernly -r.
Rex was in this fight in old-fash Reports from different parts of the Notice I. hereby given to all whom It. Lots'Block i to 4 Inc 1--:lock--...-.--.?---. 1. Hick. --.__.__--___________ .1..1

"HII.tOD. 0. P. Oarreti ioned *tyle-cartridge; box, containing country still bear .evidence that rectprd may concern that on the tth day of. Lot I. Block S-----------, 5--------W. O. Baas. -a-------_-...___._ 11.41 f,
February. A, D 1919. I shall apply to I Lot. 7 : 1., L..ley. ___...._-w------- .'.41
and 6
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW forty cartridges that contained pow. crop, will be made. If we had .Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge of I nec. 7t It 8 ,t7 d.lock... E.8-----W.01 most we.t. C. Has. -_____..___-_-__-_ 11..1

,t der and ball, attached to a belt which :1 only our own army to feed, We could aid final Court discharge, as .Judge as Administratrix of Probate for of the my I cor. of Block 9, runs OS'lt 47 .'
Je11
lees 11 end 12 Citlnns Baal went ,around. tho body'and was fastened :supply It with the very best of rations estate of U.'C. Lee, deceased and thatat I B. 71 ft. N. 48. deg.. B. ,. '
10. the same time I will present said 1 deg, W. 72 ft, thence S. 41 deg., W. .-
Building in front by a buckle, eaid belt and more tha nthey could consume 120 ft,. ..,.:.. .. ___. ,
.0D.
Court ehy final accounts as Administra -- ??--?- ? --, Gilbert._._?.__.\..._.___._. 14.tS
Klsslmmee. Fla.CRRSONEIIRJIIER. also having a cup box on. the right-' ; but Fiance.England' Italy, and trix of said estate and .ask for their ..p.' Beg. most southerly cor of Lot 7, Block .'
.
proval.. 11. runs N. 47 deg.. Wo"' 140 ft. N. 48 : . '
hand aide,- containing: about 100 muse'the other European countries allied Dated July 26th. A. D 1818. 'I deg., E l.V4 ft, 8. 47 deg. E. 140, ft. .* ",'" .

ket caps.. ':with or neutral to the Entent Allies 3S-lem-6mo FLORA n.. LEEAdministratrix. N. 42 deg.! W. to beg; also Lot 4 of .

The night' of July 20 it was rumored have to' be fed from our. bread and I NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE.- division Donegan,of Miller, Lots A 1 Stanford's and ...,!_.Resub..._...E. t* Lesley." .......,,....__-_-..1 27.16

that the enemy then at Center'ville I meat wagons, and this) calls,for economy Notice Is hereby given that. under Lot 1, Block lE.,...,.......... .._.__..._81a ch Bros. .._..,..?........___.. 1T2S .
J I home. and by. virtue of final decree of foreclosure Lot 8, Block 1!_. ..........._....Mach Bros. ..... ...... ..121.46
about six miles distant, was' to at I imued out of and under the seal I I Lots 1.4 6 and 7.Bloc 12...,........p. B. Aultman .1.3.3..3-.?"_..106.46

advance on us the next day. Reveille Among the good things that will be of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial .. Lot E. Diock 14 -.....*.-.---.........__Mrs. O.V.. McKay.3.3333._?-., 26.46 r'
Circuit of the State of Florida, In Lot 4. Block 14.1'; '. W. Potter ...____333__a---.. 626
appeared to sound louder that Sunday '''far'reaching in general results Is that and for Oaceola County In chancery Lot 1, Block 14.____,.....-___.,__-Mrs. L. H. Nelson ..?,?...-_-.. 46.26 '
than we ever. had heard It 'Southern farmers will be taught to slttlnir. In a certain cause therein pending ,i Frame'Building on leased Lot 8, Block; '- k

SELLS morning wherein Debhlk H. Thurman 1.1 I II ._____.:._____-_________....._.__.Rob.rt. ,neldel __-_-__?__....... 7.76erly
before, and it seemed to say:: "Get up ,feed their own people;through scien- I complainant and IS. C. 8.. Cobb and Dell' 91 Ct 8. 41 d.-g. E. ot most north- ,. ,. ._ a
' that made under Clara V. Cobb, hl.. wife, and Oaceola cor of Block 19, runs S. 4T. deg ,
and fight tific tests are being
Accident and and fight, get up Construction and Developing Company I H.. 60 ft, S. 42 deg, W.' 75 ft, N. 4i ,
Fire Life, After roll call, our scanty break- .supervision of the United States are renr>nndents the undersigned asSpecial deg W 60 ft N. 41 deg, E. 75 ft.-_Hull Bass -._____-.-""".___.___._ S..SS 1;
mastentn Chancery, will sell at. Bex. most southerly cor. of Lot 2, *
and of Southern
cooked and eaten Agriculture.
Health Plate Glass Lia- fast soon was Department public outcry during the legal hours of" Block It. !runs N. 42 deg., E. 75 ft. N.
our scouts coming' in reported that soil is to be tested as to Its adap- male before the Court House door Inthe : .47 deg.. W. 71 ft. 8 42 deg., W. .76 ft x'

cereals City of KIsRlmmee, In said County, S. 47 oeg., E., 71 It..,.._..__.,_.___. Rull Bass, .,___.__..>,.._.-___- 1816
: bility and Boiler Insurance. the enemy was approaching. We were tability for producing leading of Oncoolii and State of Florida on Lot s,, Block 20 ._.__...:.__.._._._..RUII Bass, ---.,-.__?_.?___-__ 21.46
battle to and thus utilize thousands of acres Monday the 2nd day of September, A. 'I
drawn up In >fine of preparefor D. 1918 the following described real Cape BI'e4'ae.I .

*' )I1[ Bonds Executed the impending contest.: Our artillery that at present lie idle. estate situate In said Osceola. County Lots 1. 2 and 3,_ ____.__..... _._.__Rull Bass, .------.-....._._.__- 22.IS 3
.. Florida:' i Lot 10, ?_____*__:______.___...:..___...B. L. Lesley. ____.___._________.. .. r
opened the engagement, ani: was Peter Savage has returned from The south half of Section 18, Town I Lot 24 *...,?_..___...._____._____...11. H. Thurman. ........___,..___ ..:g
4 Same Day Needed. responded to. Not long after eLand In response-to a special call hip 16. Range U Bast. Lot 27, _._........._.._._._..____..-.A. J. MacDonough ... 1216
briskly Terms of sale, cash Lots 60. 61 and 64, ___________________K L. Lesley, .1..33..3333 3 2.60
wards we could see a blue line advancing for telephon \lijfork. lie can be foundin Z. RAGS Lots 6&. 68' and 70, .._______....______& L Lesley, ..3.3333333333231333OeberBe 1.11
83-41 Special Master In Chancery." A O'Neal Addltloa. '
fire. of the county. '
which opened
OFFICE State Bank Building on we : almost any part Lot 6, Block A__._____.______.____--.A. H. Spier. .._......._.......*__. .1..11
: These being green troops and in battle With such an adviser and housekeeper NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATORFor Lot 6 and W 16 ft from Lot 7, Block BW. H. Arnold- ..
back in ( Flea UUrharge) E 60 ft of Lots 1 and,2, Block U_____.Annie J. I'arce------------------ I 15 }
for the first time they} .fell 'as Miss Lake, !he has every enCouragement .. Co.rt of C Mty J.dK.. State efFlorida. Lot 5, Block D -__.._____-____,-_._.__Bam Ilowell. .............333333 10.'5
some, confusion. Two other charge to perform his, labor O.re .l. County. .I K. % of Lots it- and 16, Block D____._K., L. Lesley _.........._._____ 11.15I "
Lot 1, Block __________._ ____ .
I. re Kstate ef William Weekerlyt E. ?? D. H. Thurman -...-.----...--, 1116
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THOMPSON failed to move us, they having made a with all the skill he is capable of Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt II, A. Mathewe. AddKlea. .

J. W. miscalculation of our strength. bringing to bear upon it. may concern that on the Iflth day. I NVi of Lot \, Block (I. ____....______Cathrlne Brsj5haw, ..........._ tots
'
of September A. D. 118 I shall applyto t'Ierkaoa',1 R_ ."-DI"I.lo. ef Let "
Their general, McDowell, called off The Democratic rooster still la loyil. the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judgeof I. Bloek' II.

Funeral DirectorAND said Court as Judge of Probate, for Lot C ________: ______. . _ .. i
his who soon broke into a'disorderly He appears to think that the dark ? . ? .Albert Love. -.-...-_,..-_..--.- ...11 ;
men, my final discharge as Administrator. of Lots I and 4, Block H, ..___...._._.WII1 O. Clarke ......_.._.?: 11.IS
flight,throwing away knapsack, cloud that overshadows our nation in the estate of William Weckerly. deceased I Lot 2, Block Q. ...-_-_____....Hattle O. Cornell........___.33_ i.ts %
; and that at the same time I Beg., NW Cor Lot 1. Block 8, runs S.
:' cartridge' boxes, haversacks,.and even consequence of this .dreadful war ha will present to said Court my final accounts .4 ft, E. 71 Ito N. .4 ft.. W. 78 ft._._J. 8. Guernsey, -..--.-____....- (.IS 1
and when we next heard from its silver lining In the unity it has as Administrator of said estate, Deg 181 ft E. of 8 W. cor N. W. !14" of f
guns, and ask for their approval. 8. E. "''t.8..e. 21. Tp. 26 J19.. runs E.
LICENSED EMBALMER them they were in the neighborhood 'rought about among' our people. He Dated Und April. A. D. 118. 658 ft N. 2.deg' lot% ft W. 668ft. p}

about twenty-one I that the system adoptedby A..E. DROUGHT 8. 2 deg. W. Iot:! K ft.ln Block. T I .
of Washington believe spy IB-lamtmo. Administrator. and U ............_____..._?_______M. C. I.Udlow.-------------'

Stora and Chapel, Stewart An. miles distant. Germany' would have eventually NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR Beg. 1.05% ft. E. of SW. cor of NWU .' a'
dust and trouble and that our of BK\i. Sea 21,' Tp. 25. R. 2*. runs I '
Rex washed the powder Caused unlimited (F.r Flaal Discharge) '.
?t Klsslmmee. Via.4XX .. 'of Judge. State .! N. 190 ft., E 1.4U ft., 8. 20 ft., W. r
1st Ce rt Conty ,
blood from his face and went pack to areleasness in combating' this terri Florida. Oseeola ('...t,.. 186 ft.. S. 170ftVW. 6H4ft\ ., Block .

>4X>4>4+Ot NN000 4NiNPN his tent. ble evil would have eventually created !. re E.t.a ., Fred. Deal h 3J '. loo tt-R..oE-.---"-.---.- Tltler-.._,.___?_____?__ 11.,1.
all whomIt cor SrfeIt .
to ,
Notice Is hereby given, % ;
Rex has taken from the "War Cyclopedia" our downfall,' and it is possible may .,concern, that on the loth' day run. 'V. 7114 rt., It., E.?

M. TILLER the reasons given why we th.t '.uoo might have been the case. of September A. D 118 I shell' applyto 8. 171 ft---------------------------E L. Lesley-.___...._.___.-._._ 1'.11
the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Juilge I Mabbette's 11..01".1. I. Mathews
are at war, Unsuspicious of the at sur- of said Court a. Judge of Probate, for Ata1H.a. .

Real Estate Agency..aNlNNNNNNNNwI. I apparently '''best my final discharge as Adrrlnlstrator Lots I and 4. Block A--..._*"_____.__Mrs. Theresa P-lnV..___. .__ __ 1,65' '
.
America no longer occupies a position founded us, our of the estate .of Fred Deal, deceased; W. A. _trl...'. A..U....... ____ _. #

of charmed iaol.ti sold. and to said Court my final Recounts Lot 4. Block A. --.______..'_._:._____.Mrs Ada BaBass. __ .._....___._._ 4'.45
Realty bought and w.r. navies have transported armies if that hated Kaiser, Thus,' erewe as Administrator of said .eiial., and N.,. Lot 1. Block ..______.....____.-B. n. 8.' -----a----_ 1..1

\ ', Flouts rented. thousands of miles. The wireless has knew it, we could be plunged into ask for their approval D. 118. N'" Lot 1. Block.. G. -...,.--?---.Mfldred. C. Hanaa.ell. __,...______.11.1.
Dated A. .. C. III..... .
Sab-DIv1.Ia
] Taxes paid and Tides vrifi Ki !'kept Germany informed almost conitantly ,trouble with which this war bears no APr1.db: Lot I. DIII; R. et .

{ for nog-retidenti. 'of development in the United !}-ompari n. REX. 19-famlmo. Admlnl.trator.IN Lots Beg 11.land ft W..-__01_.._NE___'__001'__?or___Lot...._4_.& 1. Lesley, .____.._-_.:._...-._-_ 61.46

,Fire Life and Accident Lt- ;States. German submarine have ap COURT OF COUNTY JUDGE! Block H. runs S. 4314 ft.. W 60 tt.. s

eluanc. peared near our ports and have sunk LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS !. re Relate ef -_.... F. .Miller. a B.g.N. 414,4 NW cor 1t., E.01.0 Block ft.--------I. run....._E.__.49u.._. W.. Thompson _..:..__.;..._____ 1..1

Indemnity Bond. :ships off our'coasts. Already we are State .. Florida L..,atle.01. C.aaty.Notice It., S. 101 ft., E. 2614 ft., S. 10 1t. W';

I the Let NOTICK TO CREDITORS. 811 ft t N. 1.1 ft---------------------A o., L. DaTld.o" ..____-...-__- 1"1
of Beg 8w.
within the menace.
scope con Lot 1 Block
Osceola J.
runs E.
.. ... . .. .. . .. .... .... to the British and In Court of the County Florid Judge.-In re Estate Is hereby given to all whomIt .90 It...N. 100 It., SL Ie It., if. U% It..' .
disaster of
come: County. State may concern, that A.'' E. Drought as W. 1\10 ft.. 8. 14714

American navies,. and the war maybe To all of Creditor.John M.. 'Leei Legatees. Distribu F.guardian Miller, of will the on Estate the Itnd of day Benjamin of August Lot 3, less E.! .1.Bloc Block ft.--------------Lesley M---?__.J. R. dmltb k Bass,4".__..__-___.__.___--tl.l5-
all having claimsor E. 4. ft. Lot .. O...___...__._.M. Tiler "" _..______ _____ __. ILLS '
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brought within our border tees and persons A. D. 118, apply to the honorable Lot 4. Block R. B. C. MIIl.r'a . . '- --
demands said estate: Sub.DI"I '''''FY "
ouR eATS Today more than ever before ,weFace You and each against of you are hereby no- for T.said M. County Murphy, ,at County his office.Judge In In KIsslmmee and. Lot don ..--.----.-.-:.--...-._....._......_.. no Oraves,lflPf:._....._...._....._ 17.11 ,

ARe weU.Kf" the problem of defending' with a titled and required to present any. In said County at 10 o'clocka. Lot 4 5.. le.a I... w49' ft" Block V-. __?__ L R. Tlller:.__==___..._. '.11\ .
and demands which you or either W .0 ta. and ,,,,,
claims m., or as soon thereafter as the a ,% tt of lot :,". ., '
8YauTCNCRSTPV- real force or with adequate guarantees of you may have against the estate matter can be heard for authority to Wl.BtOtk.: W------------------..J. R. Grave .Jr_._-:_._._..____ .'.11
our traditional ideal of democratic of John M. Florida Lee. tosthe undersigned sell at public or private sale the following 8 15 ft Lot'.. r ock ---.--.---....--__,.. .. 8pUtt.r ______.....___ .'.4' 7
Usceola' County. described real estate. In said All o. Block Fr--...--...____._ ... O'BryaD ...____________ II..'
within
Executrix of said estate 3----------
'"' rule and national independence.If the date hereof. countYb to-wlt: Lot. IT. 68, tl 10, bloek W 140 :It of Block-i--.i----------M. Tiller .--__________________116.96
". from this two year. from A. D. UU.I ope Addition to the town of E 166 ft I A. Ct R. __ R. TIII.r__.._-_______-_._.___ 14.46
. Germany emerge war Dated July list St. Cloud, Florida. Plat on file In officeof R. Block...
: : W. G. H.nkln.__ 4''
.. All s __ __._____ ...1
Executrix. -
DORA 8. LEE. :
14-lt the Clerk of the Circuit Court fnr tot .. ..._._ .
victorious and unreformed then we, 8 4 AfcKiJSS - Tiller __.. 1T.2S
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1 I APPLICATION FOR TAX Oaceola County Florida, which application All it.Block 11_ ._ -...--._.._. Co 811gh.-...SLot ........._.. 14.46
rr 'n f andSwiterlan'd OF .
NOTICE ..
Holland Belgium based the
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like France petition -- ..
----Mrs. D.
: f ,ll DKBD. ll.n file: 8 1. Lot 1 Block i Campbell----------------. 11.46 r
4 decades I for. such on In said Court.Dated Lot. d. II----------------.R. A. Lu.k ______._... T.00
dur4ng the latest Block '. .:: ? ,
i Notice Is hereby given that C. A. July U. A. D. 118. N 60 n.n, ----- --_ getter Lorene ..,..;._ ...___.. 26.66 I
1+ of '-
if 'nust shoulder a burden of military Straub, purchaser of Tax Certificate IJ-4t A. E. DROUGHT, Guardian. N % Block .'. Lot 1. Block 20?;;R. P. Han.on___.__________._.. 36.11Fractional

1 f in time of such as Lot ;-----R.-----------.N. B. Lock___________.___.__..__ 1216
A BUTCHER WHO preparedness peace --. Fractional Lot 4. ._ .. W. C. Ba...?.__._?.__._.. 6 71
INor is this all. The war has taught Alla. of A. Co 1. n Ry.01 R. R.. Block 14_.J. F. O.B..rry_____..?_?......_... 2.10
.r KNOWS HIS BUSINESS nation NOTICE Block 15--------Warren. W.yman ._.__.___._._.. ....5
the dangerous strength of the w- C. B._ Addltlea.
t' .. ... '
is in charge of this market. He America never before ha* known Lot: -4 ----.. --. .---"". ""*""""""'___-I'eucn Nelson...___..____._.. SIS12.8S y +
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condition ------ -- --- -r -..*""--""-..W. H. Calyer......._________?_
purchases only the finest meats In arm a* well as the pitiful Notice Is hereby given that the following described lands, or so much I L. Le.ley'. A..IU.

,* and handles them in a manner of the individual in such a state. thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite Lo Lo.1. --and---.----...-..--.-..--....--.-Mr.. __._....__ ..___. _
; to the same, together with the coat of such sale and advertising will Lot' I. 10------.__.-._.__.___.__... I.M8.roulna =. _._.. 10.56.
that insures their freshness when Should the German military oligarchy b.t sold at public auction on the second day of September, A. D. 118 In front -----------;.---------._"_? W. M. W.- ..-._ des

welcome them to home. continue after the war to control In. of the City Hall door at Klsslmmee County of Osceola, and State of Florida Lt.as:: to'. ...._...________ .. Harr.1I __.._______s_.?__.__ 10.5
j you your : ,. ... Lots 18 ---r-; -- .--.-.---..- -.-.....-. .. A[. Qulna______.______._...__ 1.11
Our unfailing courtesy and honest .ernal and external policies, then the Lot. 46 63-- ______""______B. E. 1,16Lot
; Tax and Cost. to
DESCRIPTION OF LANDS. OWNER. ___ __ EvaBass-------------------
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future is unsafe for ua and the world. 67 ---.-.-- .... .. 1..41.
methods appeal to folks who believe R. II. P. Drought's Addltloa. ---- ------- ----____.J. C. Moore--------------------- 1.81
From this we must defend ourselvesas Lots 6 to 8 Inc. Block A___.__......__E. L. Lesley ----------------5 1805 J. W. LinT'. AddIU...
in getting their money's All of Blocks B, E. H, and K.---S. B. Aultman ................. 84.45 Lot a, Block 1-----____..________..___ .
C. H. Campbell___. ___ .____. __
i worth of quality goods. well as must the people of France. All of Blocks C and D.......?__.__...H. B. 'Aultman ______>________... 20.OS A. E. Deaegaa'aV4 S..DI". .t N' 1.4'
; There have been so many questions All of Blocks I and J,__...__.________H. L.L.. Lesley _.__,-__________ IT.26 E .f N n % .1 N W % et it. ..
Lots 2 to 4 Inc.. Block F-----------A. Davidson................. 25.66 llee. 2Ho T... zn, R. 2I. %. ,

asked of Rex as to the number of men Oaceola Hardware. c..'. Re-Sabdlrl' Lots 4 and 6, Block _______..______
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t Lot I,. Block . .- ) Tiller ____._____.._.._..._.._..:. 6.03
"over there" that he .!.. of Lots T sad 8, Illock; F. - -- --- .
that we have Lot 2. Block; F ______._--------------Mollie Gilmore .._____._._...... S.60 II. '. AddMV.--------" & ""delLot ?. 11.01
Market gives the following report, received 8. A. tteblMosrtu Addltloau 100 ft squarelIn
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City Lot 5 less N 10 feet Block 1___._...._O. L. Hyatt .__._________,_-.__.._ 25.65EV4 .? cor Block 2..H. it Drlggers.._____.::.___?_ 10.$
from the Secretary of War, showing Lot 6, Block 2______'.___________ Mamie Mence .__......_...__... 4.65WVi Lot n'lolic Car... A- the numbers of our soldiers sent to Lot 6. Block 2________________"__Roxle Cody _______.__________._ 465 Lot 14 i,, Block A A":3----.______.____._James Bronson ___._________ IIS ,
Lot 5. Block 4.___.__._.___....__.....Mrs. M. B. Griffin__....__....... 28.45 Lot i,. Bock I.. Lesley----.... 1.86
Europe at different times: In 1917- 'Lot 1, Block Si__._________-_______.._Mrs. J. M. Hooten Estate-----_ 26.86W A.:3:3:33:33:3:3:33: : H. Georg._._.__.__.__..__"_... 1.8S
.....o.... ............ .. 12,988 Vi of Lots 2 and 6, Block 6 _____ Walter Howard ---------------- 10.25 .
June 12,261; July, ; ? Lot. to"ro'-3 .Hrrtt
May 1,718; I ..___.._..__..,._ 16.85 48 ....
McNeal
Lot Block "..._._.____.__._.._._... ..__?_?__ __ 1.1'
August, 18,323; September, 32,523; Lot 10, Block 8________ ___________Henrietta Cofte1d .._.......____ 1.81 Lots i ots 91 115 and to Hi 8--.-...-----"--"____" V Bass ..?___-_."___"___"...-_-__.1.01
October 38,259 November, 23,016; All of Block 10 Robinson's Addition, Lots 119 to 136---------..-------. "KTT. . 1..I.y. _.___.?:_.__?__.__- 1.01
c. w. GRIFFINStaple ; also Fractional{ Lots 1 and 2, Block Lots ncl\l.I"I') u Lesley--------------------- aft
j ''December, 48,840. In 1918-January, 4. 8. F. R. R. Survey, >4 Interest....Mach Bros. -.-.- 2<.06 1 117 and. 128---------------------H. M. BreakerLot ______.--.._.______ 1.01
83 Lot 6. Block IS_M. Tiller ________..____.?.____ 4.66 -- -----...-.--.---....___._". B. 1.5f
46,776; February, 48,027; March, ,- Lots 1 to 8 inc., Block 16-.-.___Brynann3333333333333I333 6.86

< > and FangGROCERIES 811 April, 117,212; May, 244,345; Lots I to 8 inc.. Block 16-W. .T. Maklnson -.-.. 14.06. -..---.--.--.. -_._.___._______.__.___ .57
; ; ; To- Flerlda Land A I.N. C...'. Survey f ....tee'. P..... ,

June, 276,372. Marine, 14,644. Lot. 29. 80. 81 and 88-...-.....Miss E. J. Blckerdlke--------: Lots Lo2? Block to 5 Inclusive.. Block S---------James M. Johnston.____?_._.___ '1.8S
| i tal 1,019,115. Lot. SI and 24-M. D. Casler...__...________._ 28.45 Lot 6. mock ....---:---.------.---.-.James )t. Johnston---------__.._. ..0
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Lots 86, 86, 61 and 82, except portion ------ --------.--.----- Bass __ .80
Rex, in response to several requests' of Lot 61, 8 of Midland Ry__.______g. B. Aultman _._ 4276 Lots I 1 t to 9 Ine Inclusive, Block b-----James M. Jehn.ton......__.?? ...0

I tells who comprise class 2 'under the Lot 61 and all 64 N. of Midland Ry_S. B. Aultman _..__.. 1926 LoLotsts I. = f. 6. 7 i and 10 Block117k..jams.. L JJohnston- _ __ 8.I*
,. 1 of Lot 86 -Mrs. T. Flake 12.05Weodall Lot 9. Block .... ... _. ...1

t Free Delivery 16 all Parts <' law: (a) Married men or fathers A Derlea. ftab-DlvUloB of Lot. i and .i, Biock"iS3333333333I3333f!! H. R.e..____._..._...._____._ ...
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: children usefully engaged, L.t. 63. B4. 11'I ..* 6H. Lat. I to 8 Inclusive. Newton ___ _.___ 1.16
of the : lelpless _..._.. 1.01 Block 11----.J.me. M. Johnston... ......._.__ ..IT
| City Lots 19 and 20, Block D_..._._R. D. Plummer, Lots 4 and v. Block __ .
sufficient J- .____
4 < but family has income Lots' 10 and 11, Block H-1. Ward _' -_ US Lots 5 and 6, Block 16.-.----- _____Jiv.... 11[. Johnston_______.___ 1.42
his daily earnings. to afford ._". II. W.U.01"1.10.. ef Lot Nicks 01: L.'I'aea's AddltleaT Baker.------------ 1.44 '
: I t..>9. )...*>>4)*<)04>0 4)..4>. 'apart from e Lots 2 and 4, [ .
._ Block 1 .. .. __
dOng __ 5g.------------------------- .____ ?,.,_
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.. support -- T. _..__.__.___________ ...1
reasonable adequate Lot 8 Block -
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Lots I to 6 Inc. Graves ... .
-Ross - --- ----- --- -- - ---H. J. Johns.....____.____..______ 1.16-
his absence; ,,(b) married man no Lot 8 -Unknown -.-.- .1S. Vapilatled L..... J
her. M. C.' Blaaehard'a SabDIvUlev ef Beg.. .256.6 ft w of n 0 cor of n 14" of
support
;children, whose ;wife can 65. ? %' Sec. 16, Tp. '5. R. 2*, runs s
and without hardship; Lot"'i and 2*-.-..____.___.Sarah' Lee Jacob.------------.. 1.IS U8.n ft' w 607 fi' n *" ". a l" .
'self decently: In Lots 22 and ..__.__________.____...._Pll a Howard ..._....-..__._.__ 1.ISLots n au.u ft. to % sec 01' city line .,.
'(c) skilled farm laborer engaged 27. 80. 31. 24 to 4o Inc.------u--Unkno..n .. -.__...____--- 2.'S then e a4e ft-.._____.____..__ ._-__ M. StauKee.-t: r t
: enterprises; W. K.'KI..... b.DlvlsieB ef Let BT. Beg 66.6 ft w of n e 14" of e %7 runs . .1.
1 necessary agricultural Lot. 85 and $....,-.__.__._......S. Martin .?-T-.. 1.5 .U.U ft w .141 ft 104 ftrW 141 '. ;, _
(d) skilled industrial laborer engaged Lot 26 .__-.._..._.._..._..._.._...._G. C. Livingstona-.__..... ...15S. tt, n 618.41 ft. to % sec or city line, .,:., y''
then a 608 ft to beg ;.. "
CHEEK-NEACS industrial enterprise ...era b-DlvUlea .. W. 138 fee S -----TT-V,<)wn 'a.__ ___..",. ,.. icit
in necessary .e5. w %" of s w 14.' less beg n e .r. run. -:- .w- ..
There are three more classes, but Rex Lot. 'll".nd' ._..__?.M. B. Cuppett;: -:-, MS !880.J'2 ft. w to w bdy Sea 16, then a ,; .;'i\:\;
ft e to beg L also less, beg 178% .f ,
not take apace to publish them.' L. Pie".". b-DlrUlea ef Let Te. .. ..aK ft n of s r cor Bee. 15, runs n 656 H 0- ;
can Lot. and 10_,_W. I* McLauren --- --- -- .
the 1L' ft w 184 ft ..n"e 114 rt ..__
vl COFFEES I i Rex' predi tiona- concerning W. H. Farmer's Re-Sak-DI-rUKa ef '". of e 14" of e 14 and n -H of** a; N.I.o., ..-------_ II..'

; fighting qualities of our soldier men Lota'..lS Ts and 18_._ _. R. Gr.T.a _____.______-- 1.1' K5.' %" 01 s 01 s.3i' 8*' "' Tp. I .

certainly have been verified. In a Lot. 1* and .. to 26. Ina.-..._-,?.._-JD. Kelley _.__-_______.. ', .81 E Mi of ft. .1.-------------------i'VfV w'li'oJTVV'E'rijeo0'! **. Uvlngston.----":_----_. 11.06

Pmfttt Park Sak-Dlrlelea .f Let 16, Tp. 31. R. 2t._--.----::.__.__..B. B. Aultman...._____...._ 14.TS
Best By Every Test ai BLots 18.68 N w 54 of s w 14, Seo 16..tp. 24..K. I..A.W... aust...._____._--__..88.46BT .
Piles Cured la 6 to 14 Day I.t ari.: :: ---_- 3.96 ., : .
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,.+ .._I...ref\md.......IIIIDcI._ ...dtngeOrOPr idW FUSLgg..MMsnes Lots Lots 42 41 and 44, ___I:._._____.._____Mach BrosRobert ---'-.-------.....-.. 1T.. (}. 'W:OVKRSTREBT, Tan 5.lett.r.. .
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866 rules chills and fever. 52-lOt W OtI t-' I 1Oo. All of Block Jf 7...,.,-.-, ---.__...Amy. Uodg.. __ 4 r.. .

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EIGHT -.y//iyr-' ,THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY. AUGUST 9, 1918. .

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R S .O..oooooo.ooooo OOOOO lightfully entertained last Saturday visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. had a wonderful trip and would not "cern has taken 'it up In earnest--

evening at their pleasant home, at A, Carson. Miss Carson has been take anything: for the experience,but, Palm Beach Post.

Notes Shingle Creek, In honor of the birth- stationed at Atlanta, Ga., for some as a regular thing:, Florida is good i W. S. s. I

II .$ Society day anniversary of their son Irlo. time, and was called to Florida on enough for him. .. I Do not ,forget the Klaiimrnee Val

The guests amused themselves with matters connected with her secretarial -' "Hello, Albert! You here! My! but I ley Gazette office does fine printing..
I
various games until a late hour, when duties. Uncle Sam certainly' has taken a lot I.I--

they were invited into, the dining. C. F.. Outlaw, who Id getting out pf that fat off you!" With this greet II I

Request is mad to all patron of the Valley Gazette to tend {ijeau( room. In the 'center of the table 'wasa railroad ties for-the Clifford Lumber ing, Councilman Taylor shook hands Let Me 4
{ ,r large cake with eighteen candles. at is Spending With 'a husky young fellow in khaki
Company Southport,
.f S.dety' Events So the "Edit, or'for publication< in tiese coloms. After blowing out the candles, the the day in Orlando on, business. last Monday morning in front of the '
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cake was cut, and Carlyle Bronson Taylor grocery, "lie sure' has-thirty Examine t
1 A A A A" A A.AA A.AAAA "" "" "" "" "" -A.AA..A.A.AA."A.A.A.' "'."" "" "" "" found the dime Miss Lillian Harris Misses Lucy Witherspoon and Ruth pounds of it," replied,the brown-clad
the nickel and Miss Mattie Butler ,left last night for Washington ',!
+ "Ij Belle liar. Sammie, who was Albert E. Bearden, Your Eyes'
1 SONG SERVICE AT: M.-E. |I'J r j SURPRISE PARTY, J rls' the penny. Refreshing ,fruit D. C., where they expect to en come up from Arcadia, Fla., to spend

'J PRAYER,, MEETING | 1. + punch was served ,by' Mrs. Bronson, gage in departmental'work for the Sunday with' his home' folks, in Kls- .
i .5- A very pleasant surprise was given assisted by Miss ,Alpha Westfall// government.Some simmee. Albert-la a member of Squad I have the scientifjc) instrumentsfor ,

Methodist The regular prayer meeting at the Mondn r-evening fps Miss Mattie Belle Those present were Misses Mamie long railroad trams are being ron A 'of, the aviation, 'Service, located ,, determining and the GLASSES

church, next Wednesday Harris, in hopor of her' birthday' an- Pilley, Alpha Westfall, Lillian and run' thru Kissimmee einco Uncle Sam at the DOlT field camp.. He was among for' correcting any and'all defects

night will.be conducted,by when the choir: niversary. It .was In the form' of a Mattie Belle Harris, Johnny Bronson!! took 'charge:' of rail transportation. the 300 men! .:first transferred tocad'ia Ar-,, of vision, NO MATTER. the na-
I leader the
'with Mrs. Wells as backward party.: The guests met at Susie Tyson, Niswonger Messrs. ture of' your .case. If your
va It is' common for, undo to hook twoengine' from other camps his shift, being J
rendered
following program will be in the: the home of Miss Orpha Rose and trio Bronson! C.. H. Summers, Belton to a train the caboose or rear from the Waco (Texas) camp. 1+1 GLASSES do not fit you perfectly

:I Quartet-"Day". Is Overstrcct Dying C. H. went" In.a body to the Harris; home Mass, Carlyle Bronson, Raymond Nis- end of which Is, "out of sIght" from Albert says ,that out,! ,of a .Certain call on me.:, .
West, by Murray n Cape Breeze, Ort arriving there, Malcolm Overstrcet and Williams. :j 1 fit that responds to ,
3 r Bert Wonger, its locomotive., The V. G.: scribbler bunch of 530 "boys" taken from Tlor- any eYe
Walter Bass and '
Summers. ; they were invited into the linings 1 counted seventy-five care and caboosein ida he is the only one who has been light. '

E Wells., room where they found camouflaged "". S. B..-- a train several duys ago-and fifty- able to get ,back to this State. You are Invited to call for consultation r
Prayer. refreshments. Each was given a, sUp METHODIST) CHURCH. w. B. a.- and advice.
eight were .
Scripture Reading, (a) Topic, of paper and asked'to guess the menu. Preaching) by the pastor Sunday at loaded '
1.- "God's Love." fine? dish contained walnuts, but,when 11 a, m. and 8 p: m. Morning subject I' On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. J. II. The Carson Cattle Company of
Have Kansom and Mrs W. II. Jones entertained Kissimmee last week shipped four DR. HOFFMANOccultistOptician
1 .Song-"What a Friend We In cracked, fach was found to contain u "Life a Ministry"} evening subject, I ; E. S. r
the Baptist Societyat hundred sheep to the pack'n! house\
Jesus, by congregation. onundrum. The one Miss Harris. "Our Schoolmaster." I Missionary ?
the home Mrs. W. E. Sanderson In Jacksonville. 'Sheep raising should
Solo-"Not a Sparrow Falleth,' by drew contained a gold service ringa Prayer meeting Wednesday evening o f. *
:Miss Maude Alice Wagner. gift from the guests. will be in charge of the choir, I Others present, were Mesdames N. C. be extensively developed in Florida.It .
Solo "A Little Bit !of Love," by The remainder of the evening was with Mrs. Wells as leader. The thermometer i Bryan F." C. Bryan, E. S. Hall, N. B. id among the list of neglected. industries 28 West. Church Street, !,

k Miss Orpha Rose. spent in enjoying proms. Deliciouifruit indicated that sixtyninewere Carson, J. A. Barclay, F. lIerzeberg.I , and it is tncouragiiiir: to ORLANDO, FLA.

Scripture Reeding-(b) "Personal punch and cakes were served by. present at the last prayer 'serv- I I O,, B;.- "alls, W. J, Wilder, and ST: E. note that/ a discerning business! con

Consecration.*' ice. Lupfer. An interesting program was .. ...
: Misses! Lillian Harris, Claire Hathaway -- -- -- -- -- --
A Solo-"My Task," by Miss Ethyle and Ella Mae Gilbert. Vesper service at Shingle Creek on afforded by' Mrs. F. C. Bryan. Iced

Roberson. The guests included' Mrs Rose, Sunday at 4 p. m. tea, oatmeal-bread sandwiches, and
Solo and Chorus-"Where He Leads J. D. SIBERT Pastor.w. war cake were served at the end of i i
Misses Claire Hathaway, Orpha Rose, ,
111 Follow." ". ". I the session.
Ethel Gilbert, Kathleen Bearden, Violet Osceola Hardware Co."I
Song-"Make Me'a Channel of I Bullock, Mary Tiller,"Ella Mae FIRST BAPJTIST CHURCH. I Dr.. T. M. Rivers went up to Jacksonville
Sunday school at 9:45: a..m.; N. C.
'Blessing by congregation. Gilbert, Lois Johnson, Elizabeth Led. on Thursday to attend con
Duet "Abide With Me," by Mrs better and Messrs. Dick Bullock, C. Bryan, superintendent Classes /suited vention of municipal health officersof !

C. H. 'Summers and Miss Ella Mae H. Summers, Walter Bass, Roscoe to all ages of life. ., the State. He attended the ses Located on Kisslmmee's
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m.
Gilbert. sions of the convention Thursday
Roberson Roy Brink William Pow-
_._. Subject "Getting Acquaint With BUSIEST CORNERREFRIGERATORS :
+ and all which
evening day Friday,
.I DANN-REIDEL. I ell, Belton Bass, Alfred Ivy, Elmo Christ." I !
_ Griffin, Bert Wells, Frank Bryan; and he says, were very interestingand I
+ was The 'sermon subject at 8 m.;will
p.
A very pretty home wedding Williams. instructive and gave him a new
solemnized-Saturday evening at the be "Faith and Salvation." I insight into matters of sanitation.Dr. !
Ernest MOTHERS-TEACHERS You: are cordially invited to the Rivers he now knows how to .
home of the bxide's sister, Mrs. t CLUB+ I I says
Mach, on Emmett street, when .. .. coolest house in the city-where the make Kissimmee the most, sanitary

Miss Doris Dann was married to Mr. The Mothers-Teachers Club met at warmest' welcome awaits you. town in the country, if sufficient funds i,
:Robert Reidel. the home of Mrs. S. L. Lupfer on Friday Come where you will hear the whole ,only were available.Mr. These good old summer days remind one of the iceman and the 1 t

While the guests assembled, Miss Aug 4. While sewing on the lay gospel preached, with good music'and and Mrs. Gay Livingston, Mrs. solid] comfort of cool drinks (legal) and ices. A good Refrigerator is J

Orpha Rose sang "I Love You Tru ettes, the airplanes returned to town.'' a pointed message.W. S. 8.-. ) Steed, and Miss-Alice Steed accompanied necessary now for all the good things in life. We have them for tale, 1

ly." Then, as Mrs. Mach played the So we were Invited to visit them-a 1 CHRISTIAN CHURCH Lieut.. W. J. Steed to Tampa and will move one right over to your house if you say so. Is it a go? ,\
wedding march, the young people entered trip; which was greatly enjoyed by all. yesterday in Mr. Livingstons car,

the room and were met by Rev. The'tin-box fund for the two weeks 10:00-.Sunday School.11:00Sermon where Mr. Steed was ordered to report Many house plants need repotting and shaping. up about this time, t

A. M. Chlsholm of Orlando, who per- was reported as follows: ,for entrainment for Key Westto of Call for rdiniers and Flower
on us J Pots
6:45-Y. P. S. C. E. year. your
formed the ceremony. Mrs. H. Harper, Loughman___.:$2.64: enter the naval 'reserve training
,There were present thirty guests. Mrs. Mann, Roberson's drug store 1.50 7:30-.Sermon. Since the organization of the
camp.
We offering good Porch Swings made t
are strong of seasoned ;
I each
( Wednesday
Miss E. Corner Prayer meeting
After the ceremony, a delicious iced Moseley, drugstore I Home Guards In' Kissimmee, Lieut.
course was served. ..____.???.,---*?? 1.00 evening at 7:30. L. A. S. 'ea Thurs Steed has been untiring in his ef- hardwood and very attractive. Old people need them,.and the young

The young couple left on the night Mrs. J. E. Lupfer, Osceola hardware day.Junior forts to train the men and get the folks must have them.

train for Charleston, S. C., where Mr. store...__..........._. .96 C. E. each ,Friday at 9:00a. : company in shape for military duty, ,
Reidel goes to work in the shipyards.Both ..''m. and his presence at the semiweeklydrills It is time to get after the white y and drive him oft/ the

young people have .a wide Total ___.._,-----_____,--$6.00 ?Young Ladies'" Circle,meets each will be sadly missed. lion.',1,. Schnarr's;Insecticide will do jit/"quickly/' If!Kissimmee' "

., circle of friends, who wish them much ,This fund;/which, ,,wasj started jj forcollectionefC'thee second,SundayjQMBjJU meets ( | ,,':*: ," Mr and' Mrs. M. Katz returned ,'are',propeily eprayid;,th" 1'i! WiJ!! egwl 1 That of*JV the J f famed. reserTa"I"I
; IJ JiW&D. the first Friday '
their married life. ; smallestJfcontribuPions
happiness in home ,,lastnight) ; from three-week' +River and greatly'excel the Sunkist of California.
:
j jri region
l'centtupward/is ueed'tu In T each!month. I ...... oranges ,
from'ili : -- ,. .. .
"" ,
.
MEETINGt visit "to 'Baltimore and New' York. "h "" '''ifI\ I ''"'''' ''"''
T I W'.)1: S. SOCIAL ( help"'feed=""* ? !. |||||iWSW if Church"Board meets first'Sunday "' a ve a try t i.. W;;ell e I U ff" '. '
"
.. where Mr. Katz purchased his fall
The fatherless children of France, afternoon each month.
j;5" The social meeting of the Woman's and winter stocks. While in Balti-
The babies of Belgium You are cordially invited to our
't Missionary. Society of the First Bap- more Mr. Katz had a serious attack GASHUM AND SUSETTE.
The Serbians services.
tist Church of Kissimmee was held at of, ptomaine poisoning, but has now
.. The Armenians, 31-tf. W. H. Coleman, ,Pastor. They still are trying to name the baby down at the home of Gash-
of his
the home of Mrs. Sanderson on Aug. fully recovered. In speaking .
and Susette..
The um
Syrians
Mrs. Ransom and Mrs. W. H. Mr. Katz said "You tell .
6. trip, ; can
Or any others of our allies that are "I thinkwe'd better call him Timothy.: said Susette, "for that is
Jones the hostesses. A fine readers from that they ought
were pro I your me "
'ound in need of help. I ADDITIONAL LOCALS I certainly a nice name.
rendered Mrs. F, C. in Florida. .
gram was by i to be glad they are living
'Hub!I' snorted Gashum. "That's the
This organization is a part of ands name of a grass that they
Bryan. Mrs. Nannie Lupfer, Mrs. O. I[ found the heat in Baltimore and
In touch with the other war-relief make hay out oil I If we're going to name him after some kind of cow
B. Falls and Mrs. F. C. New York almost unbearable. Whilein
Bryan gave Miss Elsie Norton returned yester-
work, and in the, twenty-three Statesin feed. I'm in favor of calling him Alfalfa I 1"
that of interest at this New York Mr. Katz visited John
readings were day from a week's vacation at Day- ,
which it has been in operation in Thus another attempt to name the baby failed.
stage of church and social life. "A tona Beach. ,Cobb at a hospital and found him getting \
the last months the of
Nation's Prayer" was sung to the twenty sum along finely, his only worry being
$$52.961.59 has been collected and .distributed G. C. Bronson and family left this
tune of "America." generally good that he would not get well enoughto
morning for Daytona Beach for a fewdays'
and this all by means of
time was enjoyed by all. Dainty refreshments outing. go to France before the war is
these small contributions into the tin
were served, comprising >oxes. Miss Anne B. Carson, financial and over.Dr. Osceola Hardware Co.
war brea'd-sandwiches, cake, and iced Falls home
+ publicity secretary for Y. W. C. A. O. B. returned on
tea. 1 BIRTHDAY PARTY. r war work in the Southeast, -stopped Tuesday night from Godfrey, Ga.,
MRS. BARCLAY, President. .. .. over here several days this week and where he had been holding a meetingthe
MRS. B. MODIE Press Reporter. Mr. and Mrs. George Bronson de last two weeks., He states that he

had 'a splendid meeting, the whole!

community stopping work and attending
and there were more than thirty
accessions to the membership of: the Don't Forget To Go To

church. He says also that they feed '_

well up there, as a result of which he

I\. I added seven pounds to his avordu- I Floyd's Cash

pois, and that they gave him peaches b

cantaloupes, apples, and chickens
by the crate, which he shipped home,
and still is 'living high. If Dr. Falls

TakeaLookAroundYouII tells his story to the Ministerial Alliance GroceryFor 1

as interestingly as he did to

II t'he editor, we fear there will not be
enough preachers left in town to hold Your Groceries and Fresh Meat '

and you will not look far to find out that the man with good Banking services for the next few weeks.

{ relations is the one making the most rapid progress.e County Commissioner A. F. Bass of .j
I the St. Cloud district returned home .
We full line of k';
a
,last week from a two-week trip to carry Fancy
The services and facilities of this Institution
and efficient
are complete the,West, which he made in company
with his in the cattle business and Family Groceries and 4. I
s and by making use of them any aspiring individual can promote partner ,
Dr. P. Phillips of Orlando. The
his greater welfare. trip was made primarily to visit the you will find our deliv-

e Chicago stock yards, and, as this was
._._ tt Become a depositor here. I ,:: "er :-;! i ; P .J Mr. Bass') first visit there he foundt ery service prompt- I'
Intensely Interesting. He says he I

saw some of the finest cattle he ever and efficient.. }
saw in his life and some that would '
Trade lower than 'thee native Florida

Citizens Bank stock. The market was off at the GET OUR PRICES ON FEED I

.at tne4INtstascr ws.s. time .of his visit, and he saw fine, (

r. . fat, blooded cows sell as low as 6 cents
OF KISSIMMEE a, pound. They stopped at Cincinnati Phone 176 N

I on their way, home, and went from r
Tie bank wits tie ability and wffliof UNITED GOVERNMENT STATES- there to Hot Springs, Ark., where We deliVer inside the city. ,We appreciate ;your order*

.'J"-i'.;Sy;'; ,,!J.\.. aces to. SERVE they spent a' week. Aides says he .


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