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 16, 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: VID00868
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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CAPE BREEZE LANDING TO CLEAR LANDING FIELD FRUIT PRODUCING STATEFlorida f.


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Kissimmee carnage KISSIMMEE ,HAS A GOOD LANDING STATION FOR AIR. '"
was again and minor parts were is a natural tree country, i when the north. Is covered with snow 1;
surprised on Wednesday morning by smashed. Fortunately, the machine PLANES, AND'ONLY A FEW 'MINUTES WALK FROM THE BUSiNESS having more kinds of native trees The scuppernong grape is native, : J
the arrival of an airplane, whichap- kept its upright position and neither\ SECTION OF THE CITY. THE OWNERS OF THE PROPER. than any' other of the United States, i prolific bearer, and a. vine of jt .j
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,peared over the city and after of the men were injured.' TY ARE WILLING TO HAVE IT USED FOR THAT PURPOSE, AND .says the: State Marketing Bureau. i should be found on every farm and s
the "tail ", executing Observer, Lieut. Ramey, immediately ALL TREES POSTS AND OTHER FIXED OBSTRUCTIONS HAVE I This argues in favor.of more tt.en-I on every ,fair sized suburban.,home t .
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on wired an account of the accident I tion being given to the home fruit ;
:lakeshore below the club ,ho se.. to Arcadia, and a repair truck ,BEEN REMOVED, 'garden, which should be an adjunctof lot.Write, to Prof. P. II."Rolfs, director A ."It.
There was an Immediate ,rush for with eight mechanics and row partsto THERE IS S6ME WORK' TO DO YET, HOWEVER, IN THE every farm, and fruit or nut bear- of the State Experiment Station at .1 I: "

tkpt place by citizens who desired to replace the broken ones, arrived WAY OF CUTTING GRASS AND WEEDS, AND CLEANING UP_ Ing trees! 'should have. a'place" on every , Gainesville, ,for information, also apply :
gIve the aviators the :hand of wel-' here early yesterday morning, and atnoon GENERALLY; AND TO THIS END MAYOR CADEL REQUESTS ALL .town lot. to the nearest nursery' for a cata "" J"
come! The machine was found to the machine ready for the The development of the commercialfruit "
was WHO ARE WILLING TO LEND A HELPING HAND TO BE ON THE, log, and also ,write tothe U. S. Do- : ;
contain Lientenants II. K; Ramey; homeward flight. Three o'clock was interests of the country, has resulted partmentof Agriculture, Washington v ;
asd B. P, Meyer from Dorr field, fixed as the leaving time, and the GROUNDS NEXT THURSDAY AFTERNOON AT 2 O'CLOCK AND .in a neglect of the growing,of D. C., for Farmers Bulletin No. a ,
near Arcadia; who'were out for a field was again thro.nged'with. .spectators BRING A HOE, SHOVEL, PICK OR SOME OTHER TOOL THAT fruit trees on a small scale as Is possible 154., entitled the "Home Fruit Garden ,,
day's spin, and dropped down to see at that hour. MAY BE USED (IN A GENERAL CLEANING UP OF THE GROUNDS.I everywhere, especially in Flor: ." .7
our city and get acquainted.. The machine majestically arose in I I ida., The large 'commercial' 'interestin Start a home fruit garden at once, '. ,
They were taken in'tow by Mayor the air and after circling around over I fruit growing .bos' been the out'.i and let us make"Florida-,an ideal 1
Cadel and a party of gentlemen who the city and gaining the proper altitude tr 6', growth of the el'lleveringefforta of state in this respect. Our people will.
showed them around the city carry ;:made straight for the south and those whose fruit gardens showed i be all the better for doing it. Florida sIs

ing them to Cape Breeze, where they disappeared from view. I I 'SOME CASUAL REMARKS :1. possibilities and served t p I demon-j .the winter resort state of America
lo< ,r to making,that a permanent landing its first public service by assisting Fortunately our state now' has from tree or'vine are far more tempting . N
place. The aviators are pleased with in guarding the machine whileit (Contributed.) i tice. The farmers, however-it re- many fine nurseries, and come of than from "tin.can.',, .
'the grounds and agreed to give an\exhibition was disabled. _. Sheriff Ingram advertises that he quire no education to depict what them issue comprehensive catalogs, Fruits help ,to make a healthy people .
of fancy atunta at 3:30 in the There was general regret that Kis will pay $50- reward to any qne for the farmers aro expected to do and Indeed they are regular guides to the and healthy people are more consistently .
; afternoon, and' to make a landing simmee should have been the scene information that leads to arrest and how scarce are the money and labor work. Many varieties of fruit trees, .Christians than otherwise. '
there. \ of an accident on the occasion of the conviction of any person who seines with which they must perform their including peaches and figs bear early The. Kissimmee 'Valley Gazette ;
Practically the entire town turnedout second visit of the aviators to this ,for fish in East Lake Tohopekaliga.Here duty to themselves end their country. ,'and any home owner who will give I joins heartily with the State Marketing w
at the hour; agreed upon, and city, but all felt relieved when it was is hoping he will do likewise That-sort of patriotism hurts more his trees reasonable. care can always Bureau in the suggestion that :'..
when the machine took the ah. the found that the damage was so easily concerning Lake Tohopekaliga over than it helps. have plenty to eat, in fresh form, and more fruit .garden be created aboutour .i
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'field was almost surrounded with au- repaired.The Kissimmee way. As big a lake as and for preserving country and town homes.,, .,
e i "tomobiles and people. The aviators gentlemanly lieutenants stated Okeechobee isit has been almost depopulated Where is the city mowing ma- The growing of fruit is a pleasantand w...s.--.
Jose to an elevation of half a mile that Cape Breeze could be made a 'of fish by commercial seiners. chine? Many of Kisslmmee'a street healthful imployment, and noth- ORLANDO MOTORCADE WILL ..
and gave their audience some real good landing station, and we were as- They have seined} themselves out crossings are tall-grassy that ing else contributes more to the esthetic VISIT ARCADIA AUGUST 20 '
thrills, executing the loop-theloop, sured 'that the accident would in no of jobs and are now forced to other women's dresses are much soiled in side of life as well as to the -
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plit-S-turn, and barrel roll. wise militate against the landing of occupations to obtain a livelihood. passing through the grass. Along health of the family, and to the The citizens of Orlando are arranging
After the exhibition and when machines at this point in future. some of the sidewalks the inhanging profit than proper attention to fruit a large motorcade to visit
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\ Pilot Meyer was mai ewering, for a We understand that all obstruc- Any one who makes too much ado and' overhanging'grass tops almost ''trees.. the aviation fields at Arcadia. next
, landing, motor trouble forced him to tions will be removed from the fieldin about observing the frills, ceremon meet over the pathway. At more The lack of fruit gardens on the Tuesday. c,
f. come down earlier than he intended, Cape Breeze and that the grass ials, and ritual of patriotismaboutthe than several crossings the grass is so farm and about town and suburban The authorities in ,charge have
'and in running down the field near and weeds will 'be cut and suitable flag, "The Star-Spangled Banner high that women have to pass aroundit homes is regretable., Not only fruit promised real treat to. the Orlando
," Makeshore tlio machine struck a markings made, so that machineswill ," etc.-is more.than apt to neg- to avoid dew or dust from it-or (trees are absent, but berries are lack' visitors in theway of special stunt t
Towboat that was obscured by the experience no;trouble in landing lect the fundamentals of patriotismthe both. Keeping down weeds and grassin ing. Blackberries grow almost with- by the flyer The motorcade will a,
tall gitess' when the propeller under-. here ia the future. real thing in other words. The Florida is something more than 'a out attention, besides strawberries l leave Orlando in.time to arrive at Ar' / v
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: COUNTY AGENT M. JA YENS If crop, transportation and storage
County Farm Agent Evans warnedOsceola reports published from time to timein CAMPAIGN BEGINS SEPT 28 '
J county farmers laat'autumn produce Journals had been heeded, : :
not to plant cabage; that there was there would have been caution about .
SUGGESTS SOME FALL CROPS an enormous acreage growing in plantiig Irish potatoes in, OsceolaOsceola .

.. ,, Northern States. They did not heed county this spring. J. R. FOR FOURTH LIBERTY :LOAN
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him. Then everybody and everything. Davis, the noted Bartow seedsman

t was blamed but themselves. and grower was "wise" about these ,,.. '._d'' ., ...-_ w .
repare your land for the fall crop ; the' Navy Bean for a fall crop. They (reports,' and he accordingly warned -- -r-. .
'. thoroughly do for the ; should be between the 10th for the Fourth Lib will rejoice. dollar' subscribed
at you planted\ Volusia county has expended about Florida" farmers. His. warning,, however The campaign they Every
spring crop. and 20th of August, ia rows about 30 25,000 equipping its several cgm- either did not reach this sectionor erty Loan will begin September 28 will help and encourage the
Get in a crop of winter barley, oats 11 inches apart and cultivation main panics, of Home Guards-mostly for was unheeded. ,So the potato and close October 19. The result of American soldiers and hurt and decree .
or rye; any one of these will reduce tained during the fall months. The (uniforms. Volasians would hare done grower got a wallop in the vicinityof the loan will be watched with.keen interest the enemies of America.
.:. your feed bills. crop should not be picked by hand in about 5,000 percent more service to the pocketbook. How much, very in Europe not only by our associates The-lonn will be a test of the loyal
: Winter oat almost' invariably the usual way that beans are picked, their country had they used that much, cheaper.it would have been if in the war against the Teu ty and willingness of the people of t'
yield heavier owing to ,their early but should be cut with a mower or large sum in buying farm tractors the spud growers had organized .and tonic power but by our enemies. It the United State to make the sacrifices
maturity stronger' growth and free- header is cut and thrashed will be regarded them compared with the willlngnee ,
r as gra tfor use by the farmers in that coun paid a man to keep them posted on by as a measure .
dom from insects. out.: They should be stacked in the ty. The Home Guards very probably stored supplies etc.! Not only about' of the American people' support. of our soldier to do their part. There F
Vetch and oats make a good pas- field for curing. If allowed to stand but other of the war. ,must be and will be. no failure by the
ever will fire .A gun-unless in prac potatoes, about things. I
turage, particularily for sheep and too long to the.weather they will be The Germans know full well the people to measure up to the courage
hogs. Vetch may be used for hay, discolored. The stage 'at which to cutis tremendous weight and significanceof and devotion of our men in Europe. .
pasture, silage, honey production and when the first pod shows a yellow InLETIERSnFROMSOMEWHERE. --I popular support of the war, of the Many of them have given up their
soil improvement. tinge. There will be quite a demandfor people at home backing' up the ArmyIn livesjshall we at home withhold our
Green oats are.relished by all kinds this crop for next winter for local the field. As the'loan succeeds our money? Shall we spare our dollar
t r of stock and there is litle waste in markets and perhaps for army can Somewhere in Europe, July 20, 1918. brother somewhere: ; TINK. enemies will sorrow;.as it fall short while they spare not their Very live T
: Mrs. Pearl P. Snyder.. I B. F. Cobb, 840 Aero Squardon Am- 1 :
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I wish to stress the production of M. M. JAVENS, County Agent. Dear Sister I will try and answer soldier *'
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NEXT REGISTER FOR your kind and welcome letter whichI WILL BE EXTENDEDTO "We are only beginning," said

YOUTHS OF".21, AUGUST 24 NIGHT POLICEMAN TYSON received some ,few days ago and July 17, 1918. AGES OF 18 TO 45 Secretary Baker, in discussing the
MAKES QUICK CAPTURE In France Steudo battle in the Aisne-Marne sector.w. .
you know that I was glad to hear 301 Regement.A. . __
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H' WASHINGTON, D. C. Aug. from you.Pearl E.. F. P. O. 701. A measure lately Introduced into
,f"The registration August 24. 14'-1 Night policeman Floyd Tyson dida you win the bet, for I didn't Mrs. Eugenia Cook: Congress, and, that has the approvalof THE HOME GUARDSThe
youths in the United? States who have neat piece of detective work last 'get seasick coming over, but I 'was Hello dear wife I I have arived here the Department of War will sub Home Guard ,are making
reached the age of twenty-one since Tuesday morning when he capturedtwo taken sick with appendicitis the ,day safe, and to my surprise I met Mon ject to military service men 18 to 45 splendid progress in their semiweekly -
June 5th last, was ordered today by negro shoplifters in less than ,before we landed. roe. He was glad to see me. Oh, I fears old-if enacted into law, as drills, and are beginning to execute
Provost Marshal General Crowderfor one hour's time after he had been'notified Yes, I have got several Gazette's am haveing a fine time here. The seems possible. the field movements. like veteran
the--purpose of adding quickly to of the theft of a silk skirt from since I have been over here, and myself Country is so Indifferent from over Several days ago Secretary of War I *. There is no abatement in the s
the almost exhausted Class Ono to the Story store. While one of the.negroes -' and Sam Prather read them until i there. There are a lots of beautiful Baker publicly stated it i ia his intention interest of the men, and there are
meet the calls that must be made in engaged Mr. Story on the pre they are torn up. .things to be seen here. So you need to keep not fewer than 1,000,000men comparatively few absentees at roll
September. It is expected 'that at text of wanting to make a purchase, How is Mrs. Snyder and Dink and I not worry. Every thing will soon be in training in army 'camps of the call.
)east one hundred and fifty thousand the other one secured!! the skirt and I Frank getting along T all rght. Just a* soon .a* we get a United, States as long as the war W. .. ..--
'i young men will register, that many stepped out the front door. i Pearl, tell W. B. Harris where I blow at the old Kaiser we will sit himin continues. W B. Crawford returned on Thurs:
in the United States having become The theft was discovered a few i am at, or at least tell him that I am his class. Now, wife, you must He said it is not the intention of day night from Jacksonville, wherehe
I of age since June 5th. minutes after they were gone, and over, somewhere in Europe. write mother and tell her where I am, the Department of War to draw men had been to see hi* father Hon.
W. s. s.r .--*-. officer Tyson was notified and givena Well, I can't think of anything to as I haven't wrote her, and I won't from the defeated classification of I H. Clay Crowford,. who is in a-hospital
r William Arnold returned., home'this description of the men. lie not write that I am allowed to write, so until I hear from you. So by-by. those now registered, because class :i at that place: Mr. Crawford left:
; week from Savannah, where he has only got the right parties but recov- I[ will have to close for this time, so From your: dear husband, 1 I (when the draft ages are extended for Orlando this morning on legal
,\ been employed in the shipyards. ered the stoles shirt. answer as soon as you can, to your OSCAR COOK.S. t6 18 to 45 yean) will, provide all ,business.
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F. H. Lawson returned from Jack- R. Chapman ha received a post ,.

R OSCEOLA COUNTY AMONG sonville lasts Friday morning after a card from a friend in Conneaut, Ohio, MORE' SELECTS TO BE SENT
visit ,his son-in-law 'Jim Woodall in which! he says that last Wednesdaythe
who is working in one of the ship- temperature at that place was '
yards. He reports that business in 114 degrees Farenheit, the hottest it

l k-4 t' LEADERS IN W. S. S. SALESTo Jacksonville .seems to be booming. has been in that. locality for 37 years. FROM' OSCEOLA' THIS MONTH


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To August 1, $61,435.01 (accrued Jefferson is lowest with 94 cents 1,000 NAMES WANTED.Parties The following men have been draft- Thomas Jackson Ivey, John Sulliven,.
I value) of War Savings Stamps had per capita; but its population com- ed by the local board to leave for Aaron Albert Story Edison Raymond
been sold in Osceola County. prises negroes mostly. training camps this month: Cornell, Bennie Hansell, Oscar Walton
,, There are fifty-four counties in The total amount of War Saving Tomorrow (Saturday) Lawrence Simmons John Gerrit WlUe, Hardy to
Florida. Brevard leads them all Aug. Stamps sold in Florida to Aug. 1, was having friend or acquaintance in the North who ought Nettles, (white) will leave for Camp Barber. ry>
; 1 in the sale of War Savings Stampsper $4,060,560.31, which is slightly less be induced to come to Flerida. either a* visitor *r permanent settlers Greenleaf,
capita of population. That coun than one-fourth of the purchase are requested to send in, a list of them, with correct names. and addresses (col.) for Camp Dix N. J. white 'men and even., negroes left . yw.
ty's) purchases amounted to 72743.- Floridian have been asked to> make. .' On Monday, August 26th, the following in Class One from both registration..,
82," or $8.81 for every man woman Only two purchase of the limit to this office. < (all white) will entrain for ,w. a a. a

and child in Brevard.' $1,000 was reported from Osceola; I 'The county commissioners have authorilbd the Gazette to send out Camp Jackson at Columbia S.,C.: Miss Mary Pherlgo ,went ",up to.,
Pinella. $8.73; St. Johns $7.92; but from fifteen, other counties, none 1.000 copies of the prospective visitors and settlers for the James Hensley Hilliard, Dan Johneon Jacksonville,last week to take s .,
Palm Beach, $7.82; Dade $7.42; ; Du- wa reported. Duval, ((881), Hills- paper Oecar Pullman Hancock,.Joseph course in nursing under the auspice
.val, $6.49, and Osceola, $5.78 are borough ((220), Escambia ((161)), Al- next four month No names of persons living in Florida or foreign. .'Robert Tracy, Abbie Gordon Baaa of the Red, Cross,,and expects to b*
next highest-in. the order named. achua ((129)), and Putnam (69 were countries will be accepted. 'I.Albert .Bass, Lewis ,Joseph Schmidt, kent to Franc. : .when she aaj completed f

.EscamM follows Osceola with $5.74. the five leader in) $1,000 purchaser Paul Ethan Godwin,' Charnie Evan, her studies.. -'- ." _.-...,.. I


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''DR. Caldwell's Syrup ;Pepsin is il I RUMINATIONS OF REX II l lRev's I


h what I. need. It is' a splendid [Os ceoiaiareCo1'r

laxative; mild and pleasant and acts so mnd* la so continuously\ on this) exhortation, he fought and con I ,
the Red Cross when thinking about quered the bear.
quickly and easily. I wouldn't be without it The Democratic rooster to
the war that he just can not help of appears Located on Klsslmmee's
"' fering for publication any good thinghe think that the German submarines
and keep it in our home all the time.
CORNER
have found it too settled
thickly BUSIEST
'reads about it,. and the Saturday on ,
/From letter to Dr. Caldwell writtenbyI \ Evening Post gives the following: the other side; so tbey come across to
Mr. G. C. Murphy, 4 Walker Street, I try their fortunes on this side. The
its charter i nder the United ;States
\ Atlanta Ga. / SE-: RAY
Department of War might be colloquially I). rooster shakes his head and flutters i

'. I construed something like this: his tall feather as much .as to I Spray your citrus trees "now'and get good result Schnarr' Insecticide .

Dr. Caldwell's Go over there and make France, and say: "Just wait until enough of you will do for the white fly' what the! Allies are doing to the

: England feel that we are really in the' ket over here to make it an object,j Crown Prince' army, and do it quicker. Prepare to put clean, bright
fight. Hold the fort, and tell themwe and then such a cleaning out as there
; are coming. Get I into the game will be ,will be a caution to the Kaiser. fruit on the market next fall by spraying now.
Syrup Pepsin. "
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whenever and wherever you can, always '
'. remembering that your premier Rex had' a pleasant call from 'Hon.C > The Detroit Vapor

, The Perfect Laxative function is to help win the war., Med- S.: Acree ,during' the week. The j .
. ilre with ''no humanitarian societies,, visit was on business, but'thia honor.

", /however 'good, however nobler whichdo able gentleman is always welcome, StovesLet
.a' Sold by Druggists Everywhere t not further that end.: Back up the whether on business or pleasure. His Detroit

it. (ft re.i.oo) spirit 'of France;; cheer her on; nay' report 'from the Pleasant Ridge sec. us, demonstrare the Vapor
50 cts. .
. "tM ' Uiat.AnTOfica Is rushing to her 'aid as lion was most favorable! Stoves I lo ,you. They are splendid1' ojl .sloves.l''and
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.' . v HHM* '4' . faRt. as' she ran. Speak for the nation 'you can 'keep your kitchen! so cool by

Recommended as a positive remedy for constipation and speak true. ,Strike for us, Two interestrig letters have been using th m. We also sell the Perfection Blue
hard. Our honor these just received. I can give'only a small'
,, mild and gentle i in its action. The and first 'strike months Is in your hands. portion of each, as my article has Flame ,and, the Puritan cook ,stoves. Both

nbout reached its maximum limit. burn and both good. .
oil,. are
standard family remedy in countless homes.A . according'to 'and 'explanation My Dear.Old Friend!' e f''
Rex promise
trial bottle be obtained Received your letter, I expect 1 A invoice mirrors has arrived They are;of r different
can by writing to ,gives class,3 of the solejtKc would have \been in your.'country had new of just
Caldwell draft: \\tf not been' so badly torn up. ..tatkanil grades, ranging a cheap 8x10. lo a l large Bevelled Plate, 16x32. They'are
Dr. W. B. 458 Washington Street
II Third Class. George both in 'France. I am noted for casting reflections on people but never hurt either their

Monticello, Illinois. 1. :Man! with foster children, dependent sending you Jack's letter. Your sincere feelings, or reputations. Have look al them
.. DONALD it.VV.
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-- -- -- --- -- --- ,- --- ------ 2. Man with aped, infirm, or Inva- TWO LOOSE, France, The Benjamin Two-Way1\ Plug it the greatest achievement. By

f BEST WAR NEWS IN TAMPA: WHEAT !'IN FLORIDA-VELVET. lid parents or grandparents depend.- July 26, JDH.Dear its use \the lady of the house can run'(the' electric light electric iron

DAILY TIMES. BEAN MEAL FOR FERTILIZER ent on his daily labor Papa and Mamma: and talk all at ,the same time., It'' some invention, all right. We

3. ]Man) with .brothers or sisters Incompetent Well, we crossed the mighty beautiful'ocean sell them.
and are in one of the most
The most war news and the best Florida'i Commissioner of Agriculture to support themselves and countries in the world. We had no se- I -----

1 war news have been the consistent \v. AMcUae, is urging farmersin dependent on his daily labor. were storm although I did get a little GASHUM AND SUSETTE.

c policy of the Tampa Daily Times, the north half 0009f this State to 4. County or municipal officers. seasick over what the sailors Gashum and ,Sur-elte are unable t to agree upon 'name {for their

since the start. plant winter whcfxt. C. Firemen or policemen. I off called I felt a swell better, but, stronger after the, and effect hardier was baby boy and are going to ask Kissimmee people 'to help them. They

i The Times'receives the full dayand Jackson county farmers agreed to 6. Necessary ftitificers or workpen; than I ever had before in life, and, as offer one dollar in cash (for an acceptable /name. Anybody can sendin

Tight reports of the Associated Press plant 1,000 acres of this cereal, and in arsenals, armories, and navy yards.: we had plenty to eat, I could stand on I as many as ten names except the families of the Osceola Hardware

over leased wires. It is a full memo they have planted even more than 7. Necessary customs-house clerks. deck and heartily enjoy the splendid. push who are barred from the contest. Somebody is going to get

ber of the Newspaper Enterprise Association that. A, flour mill is to be erected at 8. Persons necessary in transmis- breeze created.which Those the'who motion have never of our crossed ship I that dollar. It may be you so send from one to ten napes right away.

and receives' the stories of the county seatMarianna."The lion of mails the ocean will never know how splen Write them on paper and mail or bring them to the Osceola Hardware "J

'many trained correspondents at the fertilizer situation is one of 9. Necessary employes in service of did trip 'It ia. Th"n I h-ul a feeling Store. Contest closes at 6 o'clock p. m., August 26. Winning name

:front. It also prints the best pictures concern," says Mr. McRae. "It is United States. on the way something like I used to will be announced in the Gazette of August 30lK and the dollar paid

v r and maps. lot likely, from the present outlook, 10. Highly specialized administrative : have when I was a boy walking out then.ASSISTS.
'Few newspapers outside of the largest hat we will get any nitrate of soda experts. with you both. I could get behind
'and shake fist at the other nssnsss,
cities equal it in the quantity and for the coming year from Chile. Vel- 11: Technical and mechanical experts boys you knowing they my did not dare to ,

quality of war news; none prints. the vet-bean meal is represented to be asgrood i.1 industrial enterprises. attack me in your presence. So we -- -- -- -

news any quicker. ir. every particular as cotton- 12. Hghly specialized agricultural were surrounded by vessels of our ARMY AND NAVY RED CROSSSTONE

The reading public has been quickto seed meal for: fertlizing purposes. It experts in agricultural bureaus of nation -: own. with guns big enough to jump ON COLD STORAGE PROBLEMSCold ROOT AND BUCHU COMPOUNDOf
Appreciate the Times' splendidnews may be that,.as we are being thrownon or state. intQ, and wo could give the German storage specialists of the Bureau ' unexcelled value for the treatment
submarines any kind of a dare we saw of Markets are assisting the of kidney diseases. Pains in the back
service. It is of the 13.
Assistant associate
now one own
our resources, we can produceour or managerof
fit, and they had it to take. Quartermasters Corps of the Armyin and burning sensations are symptoms
1 most wld'ely.read dailies in the State. own fertilizers.. industrial enterprise. Well, after getting off our sea legs; handling problems connected with of kidney troubles, which are quickly
The Times will be sent to any address 14. This comprises all but two class and eating a hearty meal, we got a the movement and storage of butter overcome by use of this This
for $6 a year or $1.50 for three The Quinine that Does Not Affect UN Hart es, and as they 'are not verY long, ten-hour pass and started out to seethe and frozen beef. and more than one hundred other Red
.months. A subscription it is the Became ol It. tonic and laxativ effect. ,LAXATIVE town and the people. The first W. *.s. --- Cross Remedies sold and guaranteedonly
to BROMO QUININB I.better than ordinary they. also are given: stranger I met, I aired my French and 666 contains no alcohol arsenic, by
best to with the Quinine and doe. Dot cauM aenrouanesa Class.
keep war. oor Fourth "
way up
tinting head. Remember the lull name and gave him a "Parley vous Francaise. nor other poisonous drugs. 32-10t CENTRAL DRUG STORE
34-Gt look for the lift-nature of tt. W. O&OVS. aoc.'i 1. Married man with wife or (and) HIS\ reply not much: "I'm a ballyhoo
children or widower with children, Englishman." The next one I met, I -- -- - -- - - -----------

dependent on his dairy labor for support spoke to him in English. "His replywas ,

I I Ii and having no other reasonable French: "Nix on the cum next a one.rouse.and he I said used: JOHN B STETSO.N UNIVERSITY

means. "Oh, hell! I've got no frogs! They LINCOLN HOLLY Ph.D.,LIM.O., LL.D.. Pra.ldant. D.Land. Fin'
i: ,. 2. Mariners in sea service of merchants have people over here from other SEND NOW FOR A CATALOG. 'i
"Z" ," or citizens of United States. countries who have been here so> long
''i that they all look Frenchified. THE GRADUATE DEPARTMENT-Decrees of Master- of Arts and Sclonce. -
3. Heads of necessary industrial en ..
The girls smile at us and make
THE COLLKQE OF LIBERAL, ARTS FOR MEN
-Twenty-one departments
terprlses. queer,, motions with their hands and I In all.
Fifth Class. arms. They are very pretty, some of THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL, AnTS FOR WOMEN woman'dean and
them but, as a general rule, our I separate dormitories. ', \
. 1. Officers of State ortNation. : ; THE COLLEGE OF LAW-Qraduate.practlce'tn' FloridaIwithout '
," : Georgia girls ,can beat them two to , exnmInotIon.
I' j" ordained Smin- ,
: I ( y rs "mrIDj 4
.. 2,. ReQtllarlyfior"duly! I I 'I'b 'A' 'I'," .,
THE
COLLEGE
of EN I
i', '1> & y iA rtiA. FE I our.'ilnl.englneerlnlr leading to
?' : j'I 'Speculators! who buy oranges l; + Isters.. i ,:,{su1. one.It'i; rumored'' that we go to the deRre... , e.INtEgurlaT
1 I : '113 jj|Students of divinity _.__ trenches!b j in>*a'',short 1. time. /I would andgrapefrultdo olatlpricesj ( 'DUSINEIIS-Ua'nklngofIDookkeeplng.: **Shorthand. _
**4: 'Persons' in ml itary, or naval write more, but' a solid-looking old Typewrltlnlr.: .
which they expect to yield them noddy has just passed our quartersand THE ACAOF.MY-Pr..pare. for all high-grade colleges.
service.
cried out: "G t all mail ready in THE SCHOOL OF MECHANIC ARTS-For boy.
i large profits. 6. Aliens.C. two minutes'1" THE SCHOOL chorus .*OF...rk.MUSIC-Piano, organ., violin. vofce"haTntoW., and

Allen enemies. Love to all. Your loving son, THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS.

These men, producing nothing, 'i. Persons naturally unfit. JOHN RAY. SPECIAL ATTENTION is CALLED TO

8. Persons permanently physically 1. Tae PrellMlamrr Coalra. tm AvrlrnUare-Botany, Biology, Organic and
generally succeed in selling: the REX. Inoriranlo Chemistry (qualitative and quantitative analysis), Agricultural -
or mentally unfit. w. s.! ..--- Chemistry Mineralogy: QeolOKV I etc.
fruit they handle at prices which S!. Licensed pilot.' GIRLS! ITS YOUR Tae lrp.Medlral Histology, Zoology tome-Phy.lology: Botany, Ueneral, llloloKy Chemistry, Anatomy Organic, Bacteriology Chemistry -*

enable them to'make' more than STEP THAT ATTRACTS!I.. .. > Qualitative' and Quantitative.Biblical It; rhyalci.
T. r
S J"1ML for IlellatoD.' Workr -In Literature History
do the growers whose money Those who fear starvation should Says women pay too much: heed to Engllah. Psychology, Pedagogy Ethic., Logic, and Theism. 38tDON'T
read the following from the Weekly their face instead of I
and labor has been invested in
.
News Letter of the national Depart their corns.

raising it. ment of Agriculture. Bushels. I
Watch your step! A brisk, lively ;
wheat and oats..5,378,372,000 '
Corn
,
step is what charms more tl.an a'
The members of the Florida Barley, rye, .and potatoes 820,137,000Rice lovely skin, but your high heels have

Citrus Exchange, feeling that .. and peanuts____ 121,167,000This caused corps and you limp a little. .,
leaves out millions of bushels That's bad. girls, and you know it. Slow Up

I they are capable of marketingtheir of others crops, such as beans, etc.; Corns destroy be.uty and' grace, besides
corns aro very easy to remove.
own crops, have organized I but just think of more than 6,000- Rid your feet of every corn by aok-

to do just this on a cooperativeplan 000,000 bushels, and consider that ing at any drug store for a quarter of
there are millions of bushels of even an ounce of freezone. This will cost Advertising NOW!
which puts in their own these irnportan cereals and tubers little but is sufficient to remove every
hard or soft corn or -allus from one'sfeet
.
pockets the profits which i other- that are never reported to the national ,

Department of Agriculture! It cer A few drop a''_ lied directly upona
wise would to the
speculators.If .
go tainly. appears as if the farmers all tender, touchy corn relieves the Never has there been a time when the public

over our country are' doing their soreness and soon the entire corn, has looked more keenly for MERCHANDISING
would like to have
= "
you yqur root and all, lifts right out w'th-ut!
allure toward putting the German: NEWS than
good fruit sold for all that it is pain. / now.
rulers out of commission. substance
This freezone is rummy
I worth, getting for yourself all which dries instantly and simply Never has there been a time more auspicious
shrivels the without inflaming for the enterprising tradesman to HIS
corn FULL
This war is displaying to a fraction up secure
that it brings less a fair selling tea SHARE '
OF
just how hard-headed those German pr even irritating surroundingskin. TRADE than now.

charge and knowing just what rulers l'an.be.. There is, of course,,,no Women. -must keep. in mind that People must continue to eat to wear and to use.

the figures are, you should join possibiltv of them being successful.The cornless f"et creete a youthful step,
I Entente Allies, since our men which enh nces her attractiveness. The tendency is to cut out luxuries, and luxuriesare

the Exchange, which guarantees have joined them, not only outnumber w. 8. a.!! -- only a relatively small proportion ot your busi

all this to its membership. For the Germans, but apparently out- .4e'> _"X+XX..xxWJlSI JOB IS; ra HARDEST:: '?144! { }t_><4 ness. For every luxury cut out you have a chance

full particulars address Florida fiTbt: them also, and the new draft OIb 4 to increase your movement, of staples. L
((horn 18 to 43; years) is calculated to When you drive your cattle- '
Citrus Exchange, Citizens Bank' overwhelm them, as the determination Cup to the dipping vat- < How short-sighted is the policy of reducing advertising ..'
.> Think of the soldiers marching <. expense to "save You d
money. will only
i' Bldg. Tampa Fla. or call on t is to. put nearly as many fresh
< up,to the trenches. <- lose trade You will only lose prestige.
men in the field as the\(0' is in the entire .> Whose job is harder or hotter? < ',

fl German army of nearlywornoutsoldiers. > And safer? > i Advertise to increase sales and make more ''j
c > That thought sort of stops
money; don't cut it out to save money. "
"
-> ; -- ,
Som!people "God help the grumbllrp.:
say poor
L. A. HAKES Manager Orange .> Especially after one other > .
Study
Germans" Hex is not disposed that your advertising as you never did be- '"
> thought: That the dipping vat > fore-do
County Citrus Sub-Exchange way. He feels I like the backwoodsman will kill the ticks that are anal4 it wisely and well. "

Orlando, Fla.EXCHANG. did{ when he met the bear in a < 1ng meat from those boys in > Be ,
prosperous and let the J
chance. lie it > France. > people know that ,
: -1 i'j. bad-looking thought
are
you
. was prayihg time but he could think < Mighty worth' while."Giddap > prosperous. !
> !I" >
.j. of no kind.of a prayer to utter, but DIP THAT TICK! > Success was NEVER achieved by stopping advertising y'

finally he' said; "0 Lord, if you don't 4 U. S. Department of Agriculture 4 or by wellrin& old clothes and talking| "

'1' r help me, don't hep the bear, but stand >+ pessimism.. I
'v. a. II.--_ ..
by, 'and you'll see the doggonedest Try Chamberlain's.When ,
fight you ever did see." Braced up by need a good reliable i!
you
a 'FCITRU5 liniment for soreness of the muscles: ,

i DrnitalaU Piles refund Cured money In If PAZO 6 to 14 OINTMENT Days fell\ a sprain, or to remove rheumatic Be Wise-a .nd Advertise! :

t to cure Itchln Blind.Bleeding Protruding Pile pains, try Chamberlain's Liniment.It .
laatantl nlimM Itching pile, and you ... ... ia excellent '
IM I&I deep after UM APe application. Prk.000.y

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:1 i am Sincere!! Stop CalomelJ! St. Cloud Department Registration Notice. '


___ 1 Guarantee Dodson's Liver' Tone
; ' NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY"I .
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BY OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENTWritten '
I to mel !Calomel sickens and you may lose aday's The registration book for enrollment of voters to participate:

i ( iwork. If bilious, constipated JMJIbeadacHy ( for Last Week.) turned,_,Monday evening from St. the November general election will be open at the office of the Registration i

a, read my guarantee. Mm. Anna Meatyard, accompanied Louis, Mo., where Mr. Freeman had Officer at Kitiimmee, from Monday, August 5, 1918, until ,Oc
r by' her little granddaughter, Ruth been in a hospital. He Is much im .
12th. "
Daniels, left Thursday morning to proved in health. tober "

Every druggist In town-your costs but a few cents, and if it fails visit Mrs. Meat yard'. son, J. E. Meat- Mrs F. W. Kenney and Mrs. Bit- '
arujrjriBt has and everybody's druggist to give easy relief in every case of yard, and his family, at Mobile, Ala. ler were guests on Tuesday' of Mrs. The precinct registration book will be open :n'the several pre"j;

sale noticed of great fallinjr-off in the liver sluggishness and constipation, Mrs. Ruth Kenney and two children Lenora DeGroot at Runnymede lake, cinct from Monday September 2,.until Saturday, October 12. r''' :
same 'Dodson' all give the you have only to ask for your money went to Narcoossee on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Levi Shambow lefton -
-
Teason. Liver Tone back
s i
u taking its place, '. Dodson's'Liver Tone is a evening and' returned on Wednesday Monday to visit their 'children at All voters who desire to participate in the general election in November
Calomel is evening They visited Mrs Howard Butte and Monida, Mont. ;
,
dangerous nnd people tasting purely vegetable
remedy
know it, while DocUon's Liver Tone hnrmJe, sto both children and adults., Baker and her family. W G,. King and Mrs. Dorothy)\ and who have not .been properly registered heretofore. are. no-

18 'perfectly safe andjrives better reTake a spoonful at ni rht and wake Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs. Somerville, Jaques spent Monday evening with tified' that they must be registered during these date The removaL "!

suits;' Mid a prominent l local dnrg- ,up feeling fine ;; no biliousness, sick and Mrs. Cathcart spent Friday even Mr. and Mrs.,.J. O. Vreeland. ,, '
from'one another since will
gist DodsonV Liver Tone is per- headache, acid stomach or constipated ) ing last at Kissimmee.Mrs. . I Mrs. Anna Ausbaugh returned home precinct to registering require changing

onally guaranteed bv every dnllr- bowels.( l It doesn't gripe all ., Belle Cathers arrived Sunday I Tuesday evening, after 'spending a the records in this office accordingly J _

gist who eclls it. A large' bottle the next day like violent calomel. evenng from Peoria, 111., and Is pleasantly : week with Mrs. Rose-.Bullard at the "

""- located 'at the Haven. lake front '\

Mr. Libbey and niece, Mrs. T. N. II The Loyal Daughters of the Christ E. D. KATZ '

Get Your Job, Printing From the Valley Gazette. Farr, 'with, her daughter Abbey who tian Church are going to have the in. . ,

have been visiting friends at Demo- terlor'of the church decorated soon. REGISTRATION
SUPERVISOR OF FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY
est, Ga., returned home on Tuesday Mr, and Mrs. Benjamin, Who sold ,

evening.. their residence not long ago, have Kissimmee, Florida.. "

< Mrs. Julia French left Wednesday moved into the Hart bungalow, on

morning to attend the Grand Armyof Carolina avenue.'

State Bankof the Republic national encampmentat Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins, the Loyal "::I/i.,

Portland Ore., and will visit. also Daughters class, and the young'men's '.

friends in Washington.. Sunday'school class of the Christian .

Kissimmee The Home Guard. of our_city wentto church picnicked all day Thursday at OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY COUNCIL !I 'II|

Kissimmee' on Monday evening. to Van Denberg's boathouse, on Massachusetts -
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.
drill. avenue and the lake front - '

The of the worldare Mrs. Harry Johnson spent Wednesday -I J. II, Ferguson was a business caller Kissimmee, Fla., Aug. 71918.' Messrs. Len 'finer, Anderson, and ,

eyes in .Narcoossee as a.guest of Mrs. at Kissimmee on Wednesday afternoon The council met In regular session, Lightsey' asked relief on water bills I,

Howard Baker. : there being present W. W. Carson, from charges/ which occurred by unavoidable '

Dr. O. L. Buckmaster, who has The stork paid a visit, to the home Roma Thomas, B. E. Haley, and G..M, leakes in pipes., On motion :

on the'll1au'. who been spending the last few weeks in of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Lamb last Fri. Taylor; Milton Pledger, acting cty attorney the matter was referred to the water'' "

St. Louis, Mo." returned here. Monday day night and left a baby girl. and J R. Gilbert;;clerk. The and..tIght collector /or proper adjust

evening. was elected president pro tem. ment. _,
Mrs. Lenora DeGroot has sold her II. D. Jennings left Thursday to president being absent, Dr. W. Carson There being no further business; -

residence on Runnymede lake to Mr. spend some time at the'soldiers' homeat The minutes of the last meetingwere council adjourned, to meet again in 'i
Johnson Tenn.
Nelson of Fish lake. City, examined and approved. .,, Bills regular session Friday, Aug. 9, at 7:30 ''II' >
Allen Bass has fish mar- Mrs. Matthews, wife of :J. W. Matthews
SAVESAUSE opened a .
and ordered
were approved paid a* m. W. W. CARSON, ;
H ket in a part of the second-hand storeat died at her home on Saturdayat follows: Acting President.' I

Massachusetts avenue and Tenth 3 p. m. after a lingering illness J. 8. fixlt-l. salary .n> mayor_____13060 J. R. GILBERT, Clerk. ; .
street. Her funeral services were held in the U. \V. O\vi trees, salary as marshal -
-,__-_______________._____ Bonn N Kis&immee, Fla., Aug. 9. t
Mr. and Mrs. L. Ui Zimmerman Christian church Wednesday morn- C 1'*. TlBon. salary aa pollcvman. 66.III .. -
j left on Tuesday to spend a week at ing, the sermon being by Rev. Mr. J. Z. Hoberoon salary a. treasurer
2500 The council met in adjourned
regular -
Daytona.Mr. Jenkins. Interment was in Mount J.It. (f--------------------------
for a moment young man Freeman Peace deputy)' collector ?_____________100.OiO, session, all members being 4-
and Mrs. W. S. re- cemetery. Lewl. O'Uryan, salary a. city attorney
-' .________ IS.00W present.
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a thought to self. The W Carson salary as memberof The matter of handling' the wood
council __--_______?-___.._ 6 00
ORLANDO MARINE IS THE Roma Thomas, salary as memberof >ropo.iton was discussed; whereupon
problems that -confront you now, or council ________._,_________ B.00U. ,the matter was referred tot the water 1
E. Haley salary as .member of
will few hence.Look LAST ONE LEFT OF SQUAD I council ______________..___a__-- fi.00Q !and. light committee for definite ,ac
a years M. Taylor salary as memberof 'tion. .
council .., ...-.. 8.00T.
-- --- --------
M. River salary as city phyl- There being no further business
about yon-the men of affairs in country, state, nation- The following interesting letter the 8th in a charge. Several of us slclan SS.00 ,

ye, in the world, are the men who started to ave early in life. from, Ray Saunders, an Orlando boy, were recommended on that date for State for July Ban----------------------___________..______"'_. 40.00 the 1918,council at 7:30 adjourned m. until'. Aug. 19,
written to relatives from a hospital capturing some German machine Kissimmee Telephone Co., telephone p.,
They have the respect and! confidence of the community. was rent ..___4..,........__._ 6.00 F. 11. LAWSON, President.J. .
in France, i nd published in the guns. hear we get a medal of some' J. K. Gilbert, stamps and office
Star kind either American or French. supplies *.____.-............... 1.10 R. GILBERT, Clerk, s
Then look o. the other side-at the fellow who spend all tieynakerthey Orlando-Reporter : T. M. Rivers, official trip to Jacksonville w. .. s._ ;v
The here .__ _____
woods are full .of German 4. 11.44Ki..immee'Ice fever.82lot
nay hare a rood time for a while, but what doe theirpersonality THE FRONT dead that have been laying around Co,Ice ticket., lit 666 cudes malarial .
Haussmann ft Dunn Inspection ... '
reflect J -W.8. -
June 26, 1918. for' weeks and the odor is awful. tafta, cows It 00R.
8. Floyd, mule feed.e1.ls; :: :
A dollar this ';I haven't had a chance to mail a Three of us sneaked out of the holes Waters A Carson Grocery Co., ORANGE CENTERThe
nncleni of or so aa deposited honorable in, Independent bank will career.be the letter for a long time but will write yesterday and searched some of themI Stout mule Lumber feed ..._Co.__,.._lumber___.....__for__ 65.S5

Make beginning Dow-toda Year bank you a line now and mail it as soon as got a gold watch, some German street work ._................. 4.80J. charming event of the week la
your C. Qrlffln. shop work for June. I.7S
., book will pave the way. I can. We have been up here it seems money, and lots of other junk. I'm Alabama Paving Co., material for was on last'Frday evening, when the-

forever, I suppose the papers in the inclosing you some German moneyto J.street R. Gilbert work, .__vancereigfor .. 4.81'' friends and neighbors 'gathered at the

Capital stock-------------------------- $100,000.01A States have told of our big drive and show you what" it looks like. A sanitary department...... 15.41' residence of Mr. and Mrs. Houck to
:
Resource over----------.,------------.'__. ____.. ,,600000.00. successes.. mark, I understand' is worth 23 Neal scavenger Seaver balance.....-..of._.salary....-.'.as_. 5.88tae spend a merry evening with them. )
')" ; ," : '" :} '", ; "The marines' have come in to theirown cents. Sylvester, balance of salaryL The time was utilized In dancing, good

t'Director\ !...i ; ; 1 : 1 over here.;,.,.All ,marines will be "We are entrenched on the hillside Floyd ee Sylvester Yates salary, sal. a.as scavenger.60.00 scavenger. BO.00ICIaslmmee music being supplied for the occasion.

C. A. CARSON Pre ldMt" !M.( KATZ,and K. .IT LESLEY, Y-P. decorated as'soon as we got, back of and the, Germans are just across the _____Concert_._.__._.Band._-,.-.-donation --...- BO.00M. Among those present were Mr, and
the lines. We Have \u\ippoj the Germans way'the big German guns are awful, J. Crowd'salary as sexton.. SO,00 Mrs. Houck, Mr., and Mrs. Randall

ROMA THOMAS. Cashier repeatedly, took between four they hammer' us day and night, J. street R. Gilbert work clerk ton July., 'advanced........to. '60.It Keene and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alton -

N. C. BRYAN. N. B. CARSON, M. KATZ and six hundred prisoners last night, trying to drive us out. We have all J. pap R. Gilbert roll for, August clerk, advanced street work for.325.00 Bronson, Mr.' and Mrs. E. J.

C. A. CARSON, II. FLEMING! E. L. LESLEY and another bunch this A. M. at day new officers now, having lost all six O. W, Overitreet cost In M C. Keene, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Keene'and.

J. WADE TUCKER. Director.. light. The old 82nd Company is almost of ours. I went out and buried my i and expense Hardware of testing
a thing of the past, we have friend Jim Reynolds this morning, forstreet ....ork-'__ ____ 4410 E. Bronson, and Misses Leona and

been replaced twice with new men. he was killed last night and was the Bam for L*fire Lupfer department, secretary__,__pay-___roll___ 21.00 : Louise Efronson, Nona and Lillie Bro -

All of my old pals are either dead or last living member; of my old squad Chapman Chemical Co., weed : scn, Bernice Keene, Percy Oliver, Ve-
_
killer ___nn_.____n________ 1400T
C A. CARSON. Present N. C BRYAN. Secretary' in the hospital. I have gotten off outside of myself." . l.'. Griffin, ".hop work, for July 4.CO netta Burnam, Vere and Adelle Bur-

light considering what I have been Love to all, J.as l\f. street Wnndnll nuperlntendeiit balance' of _Hillary_..__. 25.00 nam, Messrs. Edgar and Paul Bur-

through, was slightly wounded June Ray ') <.>.ole Hardware Co, supplUs nam, Everett Bronson, James King,
Waters & _. __ B.10Painon
The Carson for atrpet 1'ntmer department.-Insurance on nnco /- and Herman Keene, The evening was

nxlures __n______________ 12.SOLewis greatly enjoyed by all present.
OUR FAVORITE NEWSPAPER.If BrMin. city attorney
CALOMEL PURIFIEDOF I cl.TlCn cost In legal proceedings 8.So Miss Vere Burnam has been spend
not reader of the Tam.
are a
you Lewis O'Ill' city attorney,
)"n.
few with Mr. and Mrs.E. .
pa Morning: Tribune, you should sub publication In leKal proceeding gOO ing a days
Grocery .
p Company J. 2 Itoborson, treasurer publicity J Keene.
ALL. OBJECTIONS scribe for it at once. to .street fund (return loan600.00
It is TIlE GREAT South Florida J. Z Rnberson, treasurer, sanitaryto More than a few acres of sweet po
street fund (return loan000.00J. ) tatoes have been planted in this section .
--.- newspaper, covering this section of f.:. Roberson. Wain street pav- '
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Chemist Rid Doctor' Favorite Medicine the State absolutely and unequivocally J.init Z Rohemon to general. street fund fund__-__to__.Ken__1,67172 and all are looking fine.

of Nauseating and Dangerous and is the only paper in Florida oral fund __ 90000W W. R. Kelly was a Kissimmee visitor -
superintendenof
GROCERIES Qualities.. New Variety Called printing every line of the day and water A. Joiner.and light plant.______HO.00V on Saturday.w.. .. a.
and
R Kills salary at water
.' "Calotab night reports of the Associated Press. light plant noo______________ '"sa.SO KISSIMMEE HOUSEWIFE BECOMES -
arrive in Harold Herxburir. salary at wat..rand .
It is the first to
paper our light plant_______________ 60.00 NEW WOMAN,
A triumph of modern pharmacythat city every Iay.Subscription Will Tales. salary at water and
-- ____ _____________ 8250 ,-
whole
the
Is destined to bless After light plant n
e . 00 0000000000y oooeeooeee o . . $6 per year. Lewis. Durham, salary at water "All of our best doctors had givenup
0A o world-that is the opinion of physi- Oct. 1 it will be increased ta; $8. Sub. and light plant_______________ 82 1.S0 leave

,, WE SELL .. o* WE BUYi ; cians and druggists who are familiar sccribe now., 32-Ct John; llronson light. plant, salary______at____wat..rRnl ._____ 800W. bed hope.for.'18 I weeks was unable and was to as yellow my
.
with the new calomel that is wholly 'V.S.II A. Joiner advanced for labor 61)0
BAY A.oJ Thomas salary as waterand as a pumpkin, besides the terrible
I HIDES free from objectionable effects of the STUDY MILK SUPPLY ; light collector____________ 7600J stomach pains 1 suffered. Our drug

GRAIN old style calmomel.An FOR ARMY AND NAVYTo labor R fJllbort?___,__clerk___ -, _advanced_-_____--for__ II.n : gist advised my husband to try
FURS occasional purifying of the system W [i. Maklnsnn Co., supplies_ .SOVenner8aw
of milk ___ !Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and it has
e FERTILIZERS of the insure sanitary sources \ vor Co., supplies 2 nKlHslmmee
WOOL '' and thorough cleansing for men in army cantonments and at teleph. 'Co, supplies160 : saved my life. I am a new woman

k e SHINGLES .. .' liver are'abs01utely essential to naval stations, market-milk special J.eleotrlo H. Reddltt light, repairs plant_on____clock______at_ 1.(0Klsnlmmee now. It is a simple, harmless
O AND health, and, as all doctors know, cal- ists of the Department of Agriculture Valley Oaxette printing that the
' ORANGE BOXES omel I.i the only drug that accom- are assisting public-health officials bills for light and w. plant250______ 135 preparation removes catarrhal >
Osceola Motor Co. supplies Intestinal
from ths
r: 'ALL plishes this result. Now that the nu- in working with dairy farmers A. 8. Gilbert. gasoline----____ 11.02A. mucus
O ORANGE WRAPS, to improve the milk supply. The J. MacUonough survey of sewer tract and allays the inflammation
I:, COUNTRY pleasant and dangerous effects are zones around 12 cantonments and naval line n_____________________ 10.00A. which causes! -. i-nctlcally all stomach.

,:' a VEGETABLE! CRATES . entirely removed, the popularity of stations have been covered with voucher E. Thomas_--,__collector____----,__refund____ ___269.50 liver and intestinal ailments, includ-
,'T PRODUCE the new calomel, Calotabs, will be very beneficial results. Mine & Mai Supply Co: .; supplies. HBO
" O CRATE NAILS- increased. Its effect! delightful. w. .. sueChamberlain's Gulf Reflnlne! Co.. oil--. 2585 ing appendicitis.. Ono dose will con-

,... let I . vastly. One tablet at bedtime, a swal- I Tablets. Florida Electric_________Supply_noo.Co.,__sup____ 714 vince or money refunded. J. Z. Ro').
OOOOOO0000000 . 4> 4> 0 4> 00 ... 4> 0 > . Mine & Mill Supply Co. refundon druggist. '
low of water-that's all. You wake Chamberlain's Tablets are intended lamp contract______________ ", 0Orescent erson, w..SREGISTRATION

; We tell field and garden seeds of all lund up next morning feeling fine, your especially for stomach troubles, biliousness Mine A Mill Paint Supply It. Mf (Co.. Co., paint.paint._ 46 SHOO,no BOOKS OPEN.

t. Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping partia liver cleansed your system purifiedand 'and constipation, and have J. K Dean Jr. wood____________-J45.B2 The books for Osceola
registration
I t Free delivery in city limit "Phone No. 12. with a hearty appetite for break- met with success in the treatment of Tucker Brick Co., wood.484.60A the Katz

We are county agents for coed fertilizer Ask us for circular and one- fast. Eat what you please-no dan- those diseases. People who have suffered communication from the mayor, county store for are the now registration open at of voters..

on fertilizers. (U. S. Food Administration License No. G-22092) iger. No restrictions on habit or diet. for years with stomach trouble suggestiug improvement in parkway
in all other:
The books will be opened
and have been unable obtain street lights
placing
Calotabs are sold only in orignal to any on Broadway by
- --- sealed packages, price thirty-five permanent relief, have been com ,thereon, was read and, on motion, precincts of the county. on Monday'

For Indigestion, Constipation or .00000000000000000000000000,- cents.. Your druggist recommendsand pletely cured by the use of these tab- the matter was referred to the street Sept.. 2.
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Biliousness lets, Chamberlain's Tablets also committees.'
are and light
50-cent bottle of LAX-40$ To Insure publication all communlcatlons < guarantees them.-AdY'( ) "Lick a stamp to lick the Kaiser."
Just try one W. s. ... '' of great Value for biliousness. Chronic An insurance policy on office fixtures
A Liquid Digestive and notices of meet- .
WITH PEPSIN. ) .
666 cures headaches, biliousness, constipation may be permanentlycured presented by Carson Farmer was
to take. Made and Urove'a Tasteless chill Tonic
Laxative pleasant lags must reach this office before 0
c; recommended' to the public by Paris Medicine 4 loss of appetite, and that tired, aching by taking Chamberlain's Tab- \ccepted and the clerk was authorized le.taes. vitality and .petty t>r vtbiad; sad se-'
noon Thursdays.
Cow manufacturers Laxative Bromo .. 0 feeling due to malaria or'colds.. lets and observing the plain printed to issue a warrant covering the ricblafth* bkXxL) You. Ma sons feel k*StnnstanlBS. -

Quinine and Grove1 Tasteless coin Tonic. Fine tonic. 32-10t direction. with, each bottle premium on the same laviftoratlatt ,.,..... I'rIoeIOII.. ,
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KISSIHHEE VALLEY GAZETTE and material in Europe beat back: the
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St. Cloud Department The Fourth Liberty Loan campaignwill

a ..-.... E-r Whtaay.I begin' Saturday, September 28, IO N
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IO1 K18eI BBiC* Valley CMfttC C.B 7 -
1 land close October 19. No American tie
K..I__ Fl.....
doubts its success; no good American
NEWS AND NOTES OP THE "WONDER CITY"BY
W. B. Harris, Presides Will fail to contribute to its
success.
..Q. v... "'..e....., Secretary OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT '
The blood of our men fallen in, Europe 411IhliARA
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falls to' us; our answer must be
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.a.-rl.tI.. Ra'4e.tOn Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman returned shown all over these glorious Illinois and will be worthy of them and; our acot
} Copy. On Tear____......_..;__It.00On "
Copy Blx Month.......!..... 1.00 Monday evening after spending fields. Truck crops and garden products country. ,
pas Copy :rhre. Month.......... .71 a week at Daytona. and Daytona of all kinds are abundant, and i W. S. 8. l

JM communlo/iUons' except from our Beach. available space in villages and cities Get Ready.

l \ntborlmed correspondents must be Mrs. Anna Wilson of Marion coun- have been planted to some kind of a Now .is the time that, your hens will
ll tsrned, by th. writer. '
Rejected matter will not b* returned ty, near Ocala, arrived Tuesday to crop: Greater .efforts are being put molt or shed their feathers. This
_.._. called for. visit her daughter, Mrs. Allen Bass. forth by the government to win the process is ;rather slow, and' nature '

(Entered In the Postofflee at KI..I n. Mrs Rhoda Lucas moved to Peg war: so there is no question but the should be assisted. B. A. Thomas' We don't use the expression "tatItfaction guaranteed" just to *

"/ __ Florida a* second-class matter) horn on Tuesday, where she is teach-. abundant production of our greatly Poultry Remedy will ,help your hens I lure you into our store, bat, because the character of our good i is inch

'ng school! favored land will play a most important I to molt, causing them to shed earlier that we,know you will be satisfied with every purcbaie made here.
'
as I Uncle Josh,Ferg"Uson.was''a business part ,in putting down villianous, and be ready to lay when eggs are
: M eeRt It Is because of the knowledge that we haVe a well elected slock of
,6t I caller at Kissimmee Wednesday butchery, German hordes. highest-in the winter. If this rem
1 does make dependable furniture, that we are positive you will be amply satisfied
\ft noon. The warm,.weather has caused me edy not good, we 'Wjl1.": '
Mrs. Minnie Johnson is ill at this considerable:suffering with my army Waters & Carbon Grocery Co.. e with any goods we. may have the pleasure of delivering to your

writing, but we hope soon to see her Wounded leg;, with which I was .almost w. ..s. homes. .

1 )ut again.' crippled for a while. I have Subscribe for the Gazette, $2 yearly. Ai i further ldencl it our ilncerltj w. will. e&Mrlolljf sake tttwt of( purcliiM price It any cmwlitri

U Mrs, Anna Black was the guest for been obliged to remain quiet an inactive (I J .NOTICK Foil "MIU<*.. ClOd it.mt muri up:to riprtiintitlini, and clilni, '_
.' the past week' of Mrs. Rose! fiullard] on account of the pain and sore Notice ls hereby given, thafXdswIll .

... sIATE PRLSSPi at the lake front. ness. I shall probably remain here bt September received 2nd up to. for 10 u.80 m uniforms on Monday for, C., H. GR A NTH,M.

..; until some time during the third the Osceola county Home Guards,. each "
i Chicago, III., Aug. 9, 1918. week in this month before returningto uniform 1 Hat to army consist style of. ; "710.Soeislaeforyfor. ,

i Mr. and Mrs.. ,Wm. Shipps, St. Cloud, Elmwood. 1 CHIv. Drab /Bhlrt,' (make bid, on
both woolen and cotton.)
FRIDAY AUGUST 16,' 1918. Fla. In the rather hurried manner of I Pair Olive prab Foot Breeches, -------.1-

Dear Friends cam away from my departure I forgot, the letter containing Khaki 1 \Veb Twill.Belt. "

Thought Jacksonville was a city- Elmwood on the 7th inst., two days your, daughters address,"i andit 1 Pair Olive Drab Cuff Lagging's. FOR SALE A. E. DROUGHT

rot' a farm ranch. Head line in the ago, at which time it was oppressively has occured to me that you could The any board and. reserves all bid..the right to reject

TlmelUnlon'.ay. 1,000 acres' of warm, and found it warmer in the send it to me here about as soon as Clerk. J L. OVERSTHKET 115 Broadway,
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Board of Co. Com'nera
wheat will be planted IN Jacksonville.That city on my arrival than I had ever experienced I could expect; to get it by having my Five Mules Harness

'' is' an acreage of almost two in Chicago before. Yesterday folks send it to me from Elmwood Real Estate and Insurance

square miles.CAttlemen the excessively high temperature BO please send it to me here' and Classified AdvertisementsFOR and Three Wagons

began t to grow less, and last night oblige. I did not fat' to see Joe, but REPRESENTSThe

in most sections of Flor- and today we are comfortably: cool, hear that he was working 'near 'Trivola. RENT-6-room. bungalow. mod Home Insurance Co. of New "

ida ay cattle ticks never were so:and so far ,as I have been able to With kind regards to all St. ern.town.In Enquire complete 121 order South center Vernon of Inquire York the National Fire Insurance

numerous IS they are this year. The learn the change has come without Cloud' friends, and hoping this may avenue. IS-tf :

u wcrm and dry weather, with oec*- any violent rainstorms or atmospheric find you, all well, I remain, Yours, WILL TRADE) or exchange city property ,Graystone Hotel Co. of Hartford, The Sun, and
ional l showers has been disturbances. Betwwen here and for country property or Block other reliable companies.
exceptionally I, N. BURCH. of any kind. B. C.: Miller. 8-tf _, 33.3t many
favorable to the propagation of thwpests. Elmwood, I have seen a greater -

All the more cause they acreage of oats in the shock than I The Priscilla Club met Friday af- FARMERS pie copy-of Send the today Florida for Farmer a free sam-and --- - -.

should be dipped and done to death. have ever saw, before, and standing ternoon, A up. 9, with Mrs. Jesse Harris. Tells Stockman about, published livestock at ratalnIT Jacksonville., dairying .

very thick on the ground. Threshing The afternoon was spent in clip poultry citrus fruit and truck.
They can limit,our meat and bread has practically just begun, and as ping rags for) the Red Cross cushions. Insr.three twice year a for month II.00.at SOc Only per livestockand year-

and sugar suply, but the Supreme there has been, but little rain since The next meeting will be held at Mrs. general farmingpaper In the

.. Court of Florida says it is unlawful harvest, it is proceeding quite. rapidly Campbell's place, in the east end of FOIL at..leVrlte SALP-No.today.3 seed i>otatK, Complete Stock of '

to limit the amount of liquor we shall and with an abundant yield. Corn the city, on Tuesday, August 23rd. $4pauldlnfirs Hone Four, hand picked,

i buy and consume. This may be in the between here and Elmwood is not j The Loyal Daughters 'Class of the at fur W fall ntera planting& Carson; 3 cents Grocery per pound Oo, or; 0

interest of conservation, after all, for generally as well advanced in growth i Christian church will meet Friday afternoon of Alex Remington-Smith Kl Mlm-

it is said that if a man drinks enoughof as it is in Peoria, Fulton and Knox",' with their president, Edith mee, Fla. 34-11 DOUGLASSHigh
the kind of liquor FOR HALK One good farm horse; one ,
they are now counties. The crops in those counties i Harrod, on Maryland ave.I. .
piano Must be sold to close an estate
selling in.Tampa, he wan't want anything is practically assured without I I W. Francher is in receipt of a A. B, DROUGHT Administrator

to eat. any more rain, but considerable of it''card from Wm. Hettinger, one of our 34-21

between here and there of late planting boys who joined( the Navy 'and has FOR SAL.K-Hay baler and motorboat -
i St. Cloud has a of Home l\ MlLI.SAlVSandLjike Grove Top Shoes for Men
Guards made up entirely company of women- will, need rain to make much ofa gone from Key West to Hampton Orange Center Kla. 84-2t
officers yield. You can readily imagine the Roads, Va.
women ,drillmasters, etc. How FOR RENT-Furnished rooms or
would you like to be in Osceola county beautiful prospect presented by ,the 'The auxiliary to the Army and apartments, for light housekeeping

when they hold target practice?- broad fields of Illinois laden as they Navy Union met Monday is regular In Mrs.modern 13 E.,Wells convenient. Real house Estate clone and. Insurance In.

Fort Lauderdale Herald. now are with great fields of harvested session and acted'on one new mem 116 Mabbette St. Phone 142

The women Home Guards of Osce- grain, and the immense, fields of ber. FOR SALE-Eighty acres; 11 acres H. Ca STANFORD
ola county have target practice every cleared and under fence; S acres In
v dayand' dark green growing corn stretchingaway The Christian Woman's Board of bearing orange grove; f2,000 worthof
are aiming directly at the in,all directions, almost beyondthe Missions met Thursday afternoon at of timber on tract: four-
Kaiser, using W. S. S. for ammuni- room house and kitchen Also $0
limit of vision, and surely noth- the Parsonage head of cattle and a good bunch of
tion. No man is in ,danger: unless he range hogs loose on the range.
'ng better could be more desirable Rev. F. W. Kenney, who has beenon
refuses Farming tools and Implements Located -
I buy.' from a material standpoint than the the sick list for a few days, Is im- near Kenansvllle. Price '''.500.
I BH Get Your Job from the Valley
half cash, balance r suit. Printing Gazette
Many people are going to the lake bountiful promise of abundant yield, proving at this time. Guy, Kenansvllle, ra.to I5-tf '
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to farm this year. The fertilizer com DWELLINGS for rent. Apply to M
panics have left them no choice In the were made public, and on the 15th for $4,170,019,650 of the bonds all of Tiller.

matter. They have put the price the campaign began and closed one which Was allotted. FOR SALE-Second-hand Ford cars

to a point until it leaves no, chance for up month later. The issue was for A great feature of, this loan was at Co.,attractive 807 Broadway.prices. Osceola Motor Next' Saturday We Will Sell:

the farmer to make a profit who ac- $$2,000,000.000, the bonds bearing 3tt its very wide distribution among the .
SALE-One Emerson Typewriter, '
eepts their prices. The State finally per cent interest and running for people and throughout the Union and FOR model three, visible, a. good as new, '
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t willbe:, forced to manufacture fartil, 15-30 y'OOrs. -, The bonds carried J the the fact that the country ,districts Apply Valley Gazette ,, ;' }lit, Kellogs Krumbles Oc, 3 pkgs 25c 4'," '

jzer and put it on the market at'cost; conversion',' privilege' ,' '.entitling the promptly and heavily subscribed to FOR RENT furnished-S sleeping convenient.rooms to comfortably :y Gold Medal Flour, 24 Ib. sk., $1.70'with' substitutes r ...1;
-ba..h.
|o,,save the people from an oppression holder if he choose, to convert them the loan, in a great measure making desirable location. Term reasonable Self Rising: Flour 24 lb. sk. $1.70 with substitutesand
>.anion reflects the avarice of man, into bonds of A later issue bearing a ''up their quotas earlier than the cities.Secretary I ; men prefered.arranged: or and apartmeptconvenlehtly furnished , "

When will human sharks cease to op- higher rate of interest.: Four and a (McAdoo pronounced this for light housekeeping 228 everything else accordingly

press mankind T Fort Lauderdale half milion subscribers from every loan the soundest of. 'national financ Beaumont avenue. Phone 179 ,,
Sentinel. iection of the country representing ing.
Navy Beans, lb------------- .13 Alaga Syrup, gal. u_____. 1.15
i every condition, race, and dare of( A little over a year ago there was
Georgia Cane Syrup. Alaga Syrup, %-gal. ___?__ .58
The two Bartow papers, the Record citizens, subscribed for more than some 300,000 United States bondhold! ] FOR SALE Alaga Syrup, No. .2 .______? .22
Itt-lb ________ ____ .15
and the Courier-Informant, have $3,000,000,000( of the bonds. Only ers; there are now somewhere be- can ,- Alaga Syrup/No. 1 _____u_ .17
6-lb can _______..!__.:.._____ .55 t
adopted A Few Choice Young Crisco, large can ________.,. 1.00
a co-operative plan which $2,000,000,000 was allotted. tween 20,000,000 and, 25,000,000.
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10-lb can __ _-___.._ ... 1.10
should prove beneficial both to themselves I The outstanding :featured( of the Awakened patriotism has made the Coal Oil, gallon.,._,.------- .15 Crisco, medium __' .. ______ .9;)

and to their patrons alike. AJI'] First Liberty Loan was the prompt American people a saving people, a ,Milk CowsDuroc Tuna Fish, can_____________ .15 Crisco, ail, .ll--- ______ .50
reading 'mttlc.: fo.' .oth papers is set ness with which it was arranged and bond-buying poople. The efTe t of Black Eye Peas, I3c., 2 for.. .2. Bran, 100 IIls- 2.55

"'' on the Record machine, which saves conducted, the patriotism of the the Liberty Loans on the national Jersey Hogs all Lima Benns, 18c, 2 ]lbs for. ,3.rQat Shorts, 100 lba------------- 2.75

the entire of up-keep banks character 'national ages Meal ________ .12 Sweet Feed, 100 Ibs---- :3.40
expense power) newspapers, corporations, organizations on our life, on package, :
Qats, 100 Ibs ___ ________ 3.60
and wages of an operator for the C.-I. and people generallyworking the individual citizen and our home CHEAP Evaporated Peaches n_,_ .. .15 u
Corn, 100 Ibs ___
j machine, and all advertisements of for-its success,and the heavy life is immeasurable] incalculable] Cheese, Ib,____ __u _.__ __ .30( ---n 3.JV5 ....'.'
Velvet Bean Meal ______ __ 2.30
which both papers have the same copy over-subscription of more than 50 benefit. Not less incalculable is their Dr. W. W. Carson Navy Beans, 2 Ibs., ___---__ .25 Alfalfa Meal .--u.-u, 2.50 t

are set only once and exchanged. In per cent. Another notable featurewas effect on the distiny of the world as I Calumet Baking: Powder, lOc, Minced\ Ham, Ib _:._________ .30

addition to this, one paper is printed that there was no interruption to our ships plow the' seas and our men I tfI 13c and ______________ .24 Potted Ham, Libby's, ______ .05

on Tuesday and the ,other on Friday, the business of the country occasioned I Shredded Wheat, pkg, u____ .14 Vienna Sausage, Libby's, can'- .10 ,,

which gives Bartow practically a by the unprecedented demand up- I, 1 Post Toasties, pkg. .,___uu .13! Vienna Sausage! Libb-'s, can .11 '
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W. H. ARNOLD ALAN J. MAC DONOUGD
semi-weekly paper. This experiment on its money resources. Graham Crackers, large, ___ .15 Corn Beef Hash, can 13c, 2.25

will be watched with a great deal of The Second Liberty Loan campaign ARNOLD & MacDONOUGH Graham Crackers, small, ___ 09 Beef, pork and Veal Loaf, ca .20 3

interest by publishers throughout" the opened on October 1, 1917, and closed U. S. Smoking, pkg.! ______.. .06 Household Ammonia, bot.___ .10
State. on October 27; The bonds of this I Contractors -Engineers Architects Prince Albert] pkg. .______. .14 Blueing, bottle ------______- .05
issue bear 4 cent interest and George Washington, pkg. ._ .06( Potash large can ____?____: .10 ,'
"Kiasimmee's new bathing pavilionat per run I DARLINGTON AVE. CITIZENS BANK BLDG. Stag, pkg. ______u,?uu,_ .05 I Cal. Peaches, heavy syrup __ .25
East Lake is for 10-25 years. They carry the con Velvet, package __ ____ ____ .10 Cal.. Peaches, small nu__ .14
the nearing completion] version privilege. It was announcedthat Renos pkg. _____...__...._ .06 Tomatoes, No. 1 can, lOc, 3 fo .25 .
stays Kissimmee Valley Gazette, 50 cent of the Tomato Pulp. lOc, 3 for ____ .25 f
per oversubscription All others! pkg. ____________ .05
it "And it is hoped it will be finished would be taken. Nine million Barley Flour, per lb. uu__ .08 Best Early June Pets. can ._ .14

within a week or less. A good, grad- subscribers subscribed to $4,617,532000 ,- Fancy Head Rice, rt ______". .12 Best Pork and Beans, can.__ .15

ed road has s been completed to connect ,of the bonds, an oversubscriptionof Water Ground, lb. .____---_ .06 Small cans u__________.._._ .09 ,
, with existing :roads, and large 54 Rumford Baking Powder lb._ .25 Maxwell House Coffee, csn __ .32
cent.
numbers of Kisoimmee per Only $3,808,766,150 The Best Salt Bacon, lb. ___. .30 White House Coffee, can n__ .35
people are of the bonds was allotted. OverlandGarage: Good White Bacon Ib__u_____ .25 Senate best there is ___.___ ,35
going out, every afternoon to enjoy a This campaign was marked with Breakfast Bacon, lb. ..u... .45 Arbuckles _________________ 24
/.wilt). 'This is good news for the the same enthusiastic support of the I Salmon, per can ________ 18 Mince Meat, pKg. : __ .]0 "/1
people: of that section. "Yesterday public as its predecessor. The labor Argo Salmon uun____ 28 Best Evaporated Peaches__ .15 '4'
"' Afternoon thirty cars went out, and i and fraternal Bull Head Catsup, lw t e.t. 13c, 2 .25 Jar RinlrJ, doz. ........._._ .04 1:
!there were about 150 people in bathing organizations were especially Eba Milk. can _______u____ ,.05 Best Red flings, dofz.: *._.__-__ ,10 i,
,' ," adds the Gazette. "When the- active in this campaign, and is now under new manage- Eagle] Milk, ca -___--____-- .22 1.lb can Cocoa _n...._..__ !25 ." . '

is the women of the country did effi- Mohawks, can __uu_______ .15 DRUGS __ ..

J installed pavilion for completed the benefit and of those lights: who area cient organized work which greatly ment. All work one] all Carnation can u___________ .06 Sulphur, package ___n.____ .05 ; I
contributed to the success' of the loan. St. Charles, can __u_______ 06 Blue Label Vaseline
; wish to go in the water at night this The 'men in the and Van Camp's Milk, can ______ .06 Turpentine bot ____ .05
Army Navy bottle _
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makes of and marine
.will! no doubt prove to be a most pop- worked for and subscribed largely to cars Pet Georgia milk Cane, Baby, can ________ .06 Caster Oil, 'ottle __________ .10
s ular place." In Florida all that ist' Syrup, 1V4 lbs. .15 Castoria bottle _______
the loan. DoJ/ Ibs__________ .30
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work done Eddie __ .55 Epsom Salts II"!
needed to make the box _
promptly. ____
summer delightful .05
t Do 10 ]lbs__
The Third Liberty Loan campaign _____________ 1.10 CamPhor bottle
is a battling beach or pool.trfme .- Smoked Ham ____________ .]0 -
pened on April 6, 1918, one year ex-' butts fine, lb.35 Salts, box ____________ 05
Union. Argj Starch
Lancaster is in of bulk] 9Ci 5 Iba..
charge ; .40 Quinine
0I actly after our entrance into the war, Tablets, box____I"_ 15

;q t I THE LIBERTY LOANS. and closed on May 4. The' bonds of the EVERYBODY INVITED TO INSPEcT OUR "
this issue bear 4K per cent interest repair department. s.. AND GET PRICES. Our Motto In SANITARY STORE'
i' The United States entered the warD and run for 10 years, are not subject and 100 Cents on the Cordiality Dollar.: 16 oa: te the .'

t April 6, 19.1 1. Eighteen days later to redemption prior to maturity, and OUT OF TOWN ORDERS SHIPPED ,

by.a practically,unanimous vote Congress carry no conversion privilege. The SAME DAY 1 '

pawed. the Liberty Loan Bond loan was announced for $3,000,000- F. H. TYNER Mgr. CUT PRICE CASH
000 but GROCERY
hiltOn the right was jreserved: to accept -
May 2tth\ 'Firs Liberty Loan all additional subscriptions. Seventeen Phone
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INTERESTING A F. Bass, of St. Cloud, spent Mon ,John Padgett of St. Cloud, visited
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LOCAL ITEMS II day is town on business.. ,the city today} T J.I

.... Clarence Johnson left Tuesday for Albert P. Qverstreet of .Orlando, '..I 'I
I R. Chapman spent Saturday in the Norfolk Naval, Yard. motored into town Thursday r

John Partin is the possessor of anew T. N Farr of St. Cloud, is .among ..

I for your eyes 5Sc at Maxwell touring- car. the visitors in the city today.

: Drug Store. Wesley Clark of Campbell Station, B. F. Cobb came up by boat from

I II. Funk of Boggy Creek, mo ,spent Monday in the city' Rosalie yesterday and returns' today.

I to town Tuesday F. W. Hill of N'arcoossee, transacted R. D. Libby of Union Center, is V TIiE' UNIVERSAL CAA

1 F. Niswonger, of Shingle' Creek, business in town Monday transacting business in town today.

the city Monday, J..H. Smith of Lake Barton autoed
.. 'Richard Hatcher of St. Cloud, town Tuesday on 'business. been! in Macon, Ga., this week on legal

guest of Mrs. E. Sanborn. this Mrs. D. ,W. Alderman returned business.Mr. .
at the Roy-Alta. .from Gainesville Saturday night and Mrs. E. L. D. Overstreetleft PRICES HAVE NOT H.

K: Hilliard and family motored Mrs. Everett Bass left Tuesday fora today for a two week's trip to
two weeks visit to Douglass Ga. Green Springs.L. .
town yesterday to see the air '
and do some shopping ,,, Good Night-mosquitoes cannot U. Zimmerman of St. Cloud,
Newt Taylor,and two daugh stand it. fjc at Central Drug Store made ,a hasty trip to town' today on .

Misses Edna asd Louise, of Mi- John Partinof the Partin settle business matters. '

are visiting ,Mr. and Mrs. Geo. ment, was jn town Monday on busi Sergt., Ernest Oliver arrived home ADVANCED!
Taylor. ness. t last night from Camp. Wheeler on a w

(rs.. Sarah PrevAtt, will entertain C.; F, Johnson,. editor of the St. five day furlough.
Royal Neighbor Lodge; Thursday Cloud Tribune,. spent Monday in G. M.' Taylor' received a card Wednesday
rnoon' at her home on Mabbette: town. stating that his son, Joe, had

et.from ::4,to 6,o'clock. Mrs. J. E. Mattox of Mount Dora arrived safely overseas. .
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Touring Car, $523rOQ;,..Roifdster, $$08.0PJ;
.. I. B: Vereen, of the Isle of arrived here Tuesday for a two weeks Mrs., Edgar Oliver of Savanah,
who has been visiting relatives arrived Sunday on,a visit to her parents 'Chasis; $472.00; Sedan, $775.00; Coupe,
South Georgia, stopped over here visit.Mr.. and Mrs. Fred Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Carson..:

week on her way home, and vis family motored to. Lake Windermere Hudson M. Bass, 'who now has a .$723.00; One-TonTruck. '$677.00, .
her sister. Miss. Dixie: White. Sunday. position at the .City Drug Store in ..

J, J. McCranie and children, Casey Driver, representing Wood Lakeland, is spending the weekendin Kissimmee Delivery.
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and Mrs. R. L. Godbold, of TaJ berry Co.:, of Orlando, was In the city town. -: "
: and Mrs. T. M. Coppedge of Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clifford return:'

were a pleasant party mo 'C. S. Acree, of the Point, was ,ed yesterday from a two .weeks tripto It is important when your Ford Car re- ,
to Daytona and Coronado for St. Petersburg, Tarpon Springs' ,
among the out of town visitors to the
;: ''I'' day Sunday., city Tuesday. Clearwater, Indian Beach and Tam quires tuning up or repairing that you t ''

Bass, who has been seriously R. L. slyer: of the Southport pa.A place it '' authorized :
of
manager 'in an' Ford f
at a hospital! in Orlando for several card wa _received last week by : charge:; .
Cattle Co., transacted business :
was carried to hU fathear'3 relatives here stating that John '
in town| Tuesday. dealer. Then you are sure of baving"replocemtnts J
at East Lake last Saturday, Woodall, who enlisted in the army afew.
he is the Mrs. H. R. May and family left weeks had arrived safely .
: recupel8tlng''under ago, ? made with genuine Ford-made :
of trained Tuesday' morning for Indian Rocksto
a nurse. overseas.
and Mrs. R. L. Godbold, who 1 spend a ten days vacation. Gordon Buttorff arrived home this materials by men who know all about Ford J. \(

: been the guests of Mrs. McCra- 'C. B. Elam and Wood Tiner left week from New York, where he has (t. ;
] Cars. Bring Ford Car to us. Satisfaction .
Monday night on a business trip to his your
their aunt, for some time, left been attending school,to spend vacation
Orlahdo this week for a visit with Jacksonville, returning Wednesday. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. is sure and you will receive prompt l
ti\"es there before returning to Marvin Driggers and Eddy Duke ',P. C. Buttorff. ,

home in Tallahassee hrrived in town from Camp Wheeler I Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Persons, Miss attention and right prices. We will tell

paying membership fee'of for a short furlough> with home folks.:I Dixie White, Mr.. and Mrs. Geo. Gar ..
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to the Red Cross society, you Mrs. F. J. Van Duzer returned I ner and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Woodbeckand you before hand what our charges for,labor

secure the monthly visits of the 'Tuesday evening from Vandalia, Mo.. Wood Tiner made up a party
will be and all work is guaranteed. Our a
Cross Magazine, which is brim where she has spent a month's vaca which autoed to Daytona Beach Sat. ,

of information concerning the tion.At urday night, arriving there at sun repair department is in charge of a first,
f of the organization Every fam- the Christian church next Sun rise in time for a dip in the surf. The '

ought to ;Lave it. day the subject will be at 11 o'clock,' party returned Sunday afternoon.w. class Ford'mechnnlc.Osceola .

G. F.-Ktibbs received a tele "The Foolish Virgins;" 7.45, "Pres s. '
Tuesday telling that Lieut. ent Time Demands upon the Church." DEATH OF G. W. STOKES. ,

who is a nephew of Mrs Gerald Rivers returned home this Granville Woolman Stokes died Fri-

was killed in action July 29. week from Savannah; where 'lie has day morning, Aug. 2, at the home of
was with the Pennsylvania Divis been holding a lucrative position in his daughter, Mrs. Lee Carrell. Mr f
'that bore the brunt of the fight the> moulding loft of one of the ship Stokes was born in Philadelphia July Motor tE

at the taking of Fismes. yards. 5, 1854. Funeral services will be private E

E. Sanborn, who has been The Citizens Bank chimes clock from Trinity Episcopal church k
at Mrs. Mayfield' for the needs a horological physician. It's Friends will kindly omit flowers.-

several months, has again mov striking! apparatus has been per The (Greely, Cola,) Tribune Republican :
to the Roy-Alta, on Church street. forming go-as-you-please stunts for COMPANY
place recently changed hands, the last ten days or more. Mr Stoke owned a large orange

:Mrs. Sanborn was asked to re- We are Indebted to H. E. Swabeyfor grove at Sand Lake, on 'the Midland .
.L"S. and take charge of the house. a quart of very fine looking homegrown R. R., where he has livid for the past AUTHORIZED. FORD AGENTS

N. C. Bryan, Mrs W. C. Bass peanuts. Judging from the.'several years, and where he was tak

lion Walter motored to Orlando, ,appearance of these nuts they should en ill lost February, and came to the
afternoon' to" meet Mrs. P. be.a, profitable crop here. Lake House in this city. lie was 307-309 BROADWAY r'
;
Weaver, Misses Helen Baja, Amy \Joined here by his brother, Dr. Stokesof i'
KISSIMMEE FLA.
{ De Wilton Alderman and: Bemory ,
who carried him to that
\ son: and:Eleanor Aloseley, who Baltimore , .
};, "!been"'enJ ) I'ting' at Whidden returned home last week /city and he later went to Greely,
I rtng Day /
.... ", . ,,,,.. ' from Gainesville;'.where they have .
\.\.,,\, 'Colo., whore. the end came.
Mt r. been!taking'a*course,%>-,'in$.:mechanics. ?1"'': I w.s.e_. '
and Mrs. Walter Bass, Messrs. TIRES
r Jr., and C. II. Summers, mo 'Under'government auspices. WEEKLY REPORT OF SALESOF HOOD TIRES MOBIL OILS FISK
Judge and Mrs. Geo. F. Parker and .
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THRIFT STAMPSC.
to Finny Point this week to in
Miss Elizabeth arrived in town on a
the Bass there. f
They
grove Mrs. Fred Gilbert. Thrift Stamps.___ 20
home some exceptionally visit to Mr. and W. Griffin, .
)Miss Elizabeth Parker will stay here W. B. Makinson, Thrift Stamps. 23
grapefruit which had remained Everybody Who U Anybody Advertises Their "Wants" ia the .,Gazette ;
l fl'om'Jast for the coming school term. Wener-Sawyer Co., for
the trees years'
crop Ira II. Best, who is in the Fourth Public School, W. S. S..1, Thrift 53 .
\ Mrs. Will Fortenbury left yester Officers' Training! School, at Camp Woman's Homo Gufirds, W.S.S. 5 .

for Macon, Ga., after a visit here Wheeler, has been recommended for a Thrift Stamps. ____________ 40
I ( her parents, ]Mr. and Mrs. Ira commission and expects to go over- Central .Drug Store, Thrift __ __. :3
She was accompanied as far seas with the Dixie division. G. W. persons, W. S. S.________ 1
Jacksonville by her. brother, h ILow- Lawrence Tress, Thrift; U___ ___ 4 I
and best r
: Bass, who goes on to Key West The highest quality an,1the assorted H. C. Stanford, W. S. S.._-_J:___ 3 r
that city, where he will enlist stock of family groceries Keep the ball rolling. .
eatables makes
best kept so
the Navy. W. B. Witherspoon, Chairman.w .
. \ ,many people want to be identified as b
Among the ,Kissimmee people who ---
': customers of the Taylor GroceryJ.
the week-end nt Daytona SEARS DIVES FOR HIS 1 .
J C. Griffin and family left Wednesday
't last Saturday and Sunday, LOST FISHING TACKLE
in their for Pou-
morning car ,
'V : Mr. and Mrs. Roma Thomas; -
4 G. W. Overstreet and family, lan, Ga., to visit Mr. and Mrs. John Congressman W. J. Sears is a good

and Mrs G, W. Persons, Mr. and Chapman, and will visit Americusand sport and goes after the things he
Wood Tiner and gamily and Columbus, before, returning wants real bad, even if he does, not always
Lillian Harris. home. They will be gone three or get them. Friday afternoon he

four weeks. ,fwas on the bridge, fishing, and his
Fair.
ever-popular Douglas Mrs. C. Buckles and son Robert, mind was probably in the congressional -
one of the most prominent mo and Mrs. L. R. Farmer returned home hall, for suddenly his rod hit M
picture stars in the world, will be
Monday from Green Springs, where the, water with a'splash. Joe gazedat
in "Say Young Fellow his Jat- .xr
they spent the past three weeks.'They the ripples only a moment, whenhe
photoplay, at the Graystone thea-
stopped is Tampa on their way home asked a man standing near:
next Tuesday. Mr. Fairbanks and visited Miss Lucy Buckles, whois "How .deep is that water?" e' % Be Beautljul. .i.
the role of
a newspaper re .
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attending a business college; in "About twenty feet, was the reply. "'II-
in this picture'and his smile that city. 1ft We have the .Pol'''
atheletics are ever present. Do "
cold asked the Con. .
"Reckon it's ?
Mr Michael Pendergast, who has
miss it.
been living here for the past three gressman. )-W for :
II. Tunnicliffe. of St. Cloud, years, stopping at the home of II. II. "Not very," was the reply. Beautifiers you.
Monday transacting business in Beelman, left last Sunday for his old With this assurance, the distin-
Mr. Tunnicliffe recently home in Minnesota, his son Wesley guished/ fisherman took"a "header"for b &H
d from a business trip to New Beelman, having come down to ac- the bottom of the river. After THE CENTRAL'S NURSE SAYS: .
where he found the weather company him back. Mr. Pendergast making several, attempts without
disagreeable, part of the time is 86 years old, and a G. A. R. vet success, he gave up the search, deciding Remaining beautiful cannot be accomplished
cold for comfort, and the rest of eran, having fought in the civil war that he would save time by com- without effort on your part. You'will over-eat and

time unbearably hot. He says In the same company with Dr. E. P. ing to town and purchasing another under-sleep and under-exerclse.

his trip he appreciates more Golding, of this city. teutfit. He says he got to the bottom A cleansing Invigorating tonic ,Is often necessaryto
ever Florida's climate. time.-New Smyrna Breeze,
equable Miss Ruby Ellis has been offered a every nearly every woman. And. then the DAILY appli-
2.
Lee Shiver, aged twenty situation with a ladies military band //Aug. W..IIADVERTISED .-- cation of beautifiers are necessary to make It .easy
of Bradentown died last is at'Atlantic
night which being organized LETTERS. to remain beautiful.. '
a local hospital after brief ill N. J. with This
A City, fifty pieces.
Advertised list for the two weeks
We have all the bath' and toilet articles and
He is survived by his mother, band will play at all the military
J. L. Godbold, well known peo camps in the United States and Can ending. Aug 26, 1918: preparations you need to become and remain. a $
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Blake, Haywood; Brown, Art her;
of that place, also three brothers, ada, after which it is planned to go Brown, Robert; Cotto, Miss Meady; charming Venus. .
Carl and R. E. Shiver, the over seas and entertain the troops in Deen, J. E. Jr.; Moore, Mrs. Lillar; Buy the beautifiers you need from us and KNOW
two being in the army at prey the Allied camps on the other side.
Peson, Monroe; Race, Secretary; they are right.
The body has been prepared for Miss Ellis has not fully made up her
.
Wright Johnnie Wynn Mrs. Manly.B. .
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by F. T. 'Blount, and will be mind yet as to whether she will accept B. SIMPSON, Postmaster. Central Drug Store
today to Kissimmee, the old > the offer. Should she decide to """" w.H.. a y,
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( : for interment.-Tampa '' Tri go she will leave for Atlantic City Visiting' cards printed, by the .Val The Square Deal Place ",. Phono 41 -: :

) Aug. ,13, .'. M_ about the first of September. Icy Gazette Job Department. .o ooo.oooooo..oo .. oo.. ..oo..o. -

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_ 'BII- --..... TOE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY AUGUST 11, I91S. '


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The board took a recess until 2 General revenue fund_ -11,75480 1: .
Fine and forfeiture fund____. 966.51!
I t the County CommissionersKissimmee I p. m. Road and bridge fund_______ 1,968.66
Proceedings of
The board met 2 Plows
full, board being present.again .at p. m., a amounts The tax collected collector's for licenses report showed as :follows Pulls Four Disc :i

Commissioner Mach asked the boardto The. board' was called to order by
Fla., Aug. 6, 1918. : General,. $1.50.
The Board of County Commissioners allow Mrs. Missouri Bronson $5 its chairman. There being no further business to And is Fed With Kerosene ,

of Osceola County Florida, met at extra maintenance for the -month ol Pat Johnston appeared before the come before the board for deposition,

10 a. m. on the above date. Members August; whereupon Commissioner A. board and 'asked them to recommend they adjourned, to meet again on the but
j to the Governor the No nt two dollars or more per bushel;".not gasoline,
Chairman Ernest Mach, E F. Bass' made a motion that the request name -of Rev. W. ;corn,
present! 2d day of September, A. D. 1918.
II. P. Tractor.
8.16
L. D. Overstreet, J. K. Hilliard, A. F. be allowed. 'Motion, secondedby B. Witherspon u probation officer ERNEST MACH, Chairman. common' kerosene Is the diet of this Avery

Bass and B. H. Guy: Milton Pledger Commissioner E, L. D. Overstreet for the Juvenile Court of Osceola i Attest:. J. L. Overstreet, Clerk. And it will pull four disc plows or three mold-bonrd plows; and

I attorney for the board, and J. J..' and carried. County; ,whereupon, on motion of A. w. a. .__ perform other wort!: In proportion. For other.fleM: belt or hauling

I Overstreet, clerk. Messrs.' Johnston'and Garrett1, rep F. Bass, seconded by J. K. Billiard, Diarrhoea Quickly Cured.. work it is the one best proven success for JTlorida.

The board was called to order by resenting P. C. Clifford et al., appeared uid carried, the request .was granted.The' "I have been in the practice of Its economical! perfcrr..onces! makes it a pceitive moneymaker' on

Chairman Mach and the minutes of before the board and stated board instructed the clerk to medicine for forty .years," writes Dr any Florida! farm. This .is one of six sizes to suit your needs-all

the regular and special sessions of that on April 1, 1918, at aegular{( notify T. B. Gillispie, representative I D, A. Post, Bamwell, S. C. "I came built to stand hard usage by the Avery folk, who know how.

July were read and approved.The meeting of this board, a resoluton was of the Alabama Paving Company, to this place last March, having: purchased a

clerk presented and read inboard passed granting a' privilege to p. C. that according to fie terms of the a plantation ten miles from

a petition from the citizens of Clifford el al. to construct; a railroad contract; for construction of,one mile here; am preparing: ''to move onto it. 4flr t.Jrr.
the board to assist in of 'road on the St. Cloud road the ,.... .h fi C --
>St Cloud asking: over certain lands described in the and shall practice there. I find diar N : ;
the expense of sending ,S. M. resolution and asked the board to time for completion of said road has .,." ",...:> '- ., ':IJ ..u J' ; ..- ...,
ii paying rhoea prevalent; in fact, became affected ''i..r. 'VI .. ... ..."\ .. f() !.J
sanitarium said petitioners expired and that, no extension of --.: '-, ...,::1\\.1..1...,, .( ; \ t.... \\
McClelland to the of the
a consent. to change names myself j saw a notice of Cham .1' ... ,-. .. ....... ", ''':jJ ,.--tJ
having subscribed an amount parties named hi the resolution from time having been allowed' the contract . berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Berne ....- -. ', -T--_ \J:_==- ....!I .f.J' 1 'J'6 t!i ..,.,

of about $25 to bemused for that pur P. C. Clifford to A. C Starbird; is void.' dy, bought a small bottle andit is ""' .. .. h,,. .. . ,. ;t'i >< ;-, -..
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The board instructed the clerk to I I '. .. "..
Commissioner A. F. Bass made Commissioner A. F Bass ..,...- :Ja r. "'
whereupon good.
pose. ': .
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F a motion that the board allow him made a motion that ,the request be advertise for bids on the'sale of $46- I W. 11.8.SHINGLE ._ lijf M .:: )!( ,f ::,,1+-": .k;.)
500 of serial bonds for S. R. & B. .
to Rev., J. :
be drawn
$50, warrant to granted, which motion was secondedby ,, Dls-j = .;
Motion seconded by .Com trict No. 3 and for bids on about CREEK t .......... ; . !.U" .. I. .t i. ...
M. King Commlssoner ,J. K. Hilliard ,and 'Ir--......... ,,.:' ....;;g .... !" ".* ...---
missioner 6..H. Guy and carried. tarried., JOOwire*cut lug brick, also on No. '2 ,.....JO"-""..:.-::.:ii....,,"! .. ..14- _.:0.
\ Rev. J. M. King then presented 'a re-pressed paving brick, bids: to be :received G. C.; Bronson and,? family accompanied :.' <;!.-'I: .' ;:::--: ''' :.

of the :Mr. Johnston called the attention of up to 10 a..m. Sept. 2 1918. "by Miss' Lucretia Overstreet,
number ,
to
petition signed by a and willing
are
We have sold lots of the Averymachines;
the board to the fact that they could returned Saturday, night
J' the The following .bills were examines from Daytona -
citizens of St. Cloud, Fla., asking Write of tractor
stand behind .thelr' ability to perform. us your
purchase the mixture for dipping cattle .md ordered Beach, having: enjoyed a few
Stinson and paid:
board to allow Mrs. T.' s. needs and we will be glad .supply detailed information withoutany
much cheaper than can the individual days outing at that
; place.
children and mother $60 for car' fare Ernest ;Mach, comml..lon.r.f 12.00 whatever part.
Greensboro N. C. and after some and asked them to order an E. 1.. Overstreet commissioner!. 14.00 Mr.. and' Mrs. E. L. Overstreet obligation upon your
to ;
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amount sufficient to ,''supply the pubic I. K. .Milliard, commlasloner16.20 drove to Hiwassee Sunday to visit '
discussion as to the advisability, of A. F.. Base, commlasloner-----r.- L 'B. Skinner Co. State AgentsB.
'making such donation, CommissionerA. the'material' to be sold to the pub- B.. H. .(tluy commlasloner20.00 at the home of the hitters daughter.Mr. Mfg. ,

made motion that the lic at actual coat to the county; whereupon M. PlcdKeri attorney for board... 20.84 Overstreet returned in the evening Mp. .
F. Bass a w.n. Crawford. prosecuting atty. S3.S3
be allowed. Motion seconded after some discussion as to the J. lu Overstrcet, clerk and aud.'r.llt.OO leaving; hoe wife for a more extended Lee Avenue, Dunedin, ft.St.te "

request by Commissioner. J. K. Hilliard and advisability of making such purchase, Samuel J. E. HUBS Montudocamaintenance., Janllor.----------. 60.00 6.00( visit,, Agents' Novo HnelncsMakers

carried.: Clerk Instructed to draw a'' Commissioner A F. Bass made a motion H. O. Livingston maintenance.' ., 6 00 .Will Bronson and family are grain "Satisfaction House Machinery JJuarantml." Orii Makers"ad of rUephens Irrigation RevolvingPacking Outfit

that Ordia Bass,. the county cattle Mr" M. Hronson, maintenance.. 6.00 occupying the place purchased last
warrant to Rev. J. M. King. Frank Evans maintenance.6.00
Commissioner B. H. Guy stated i agent, be authorized to buy as Mrs.. J.Janle H. Wright Johns,, maintenance.-maintenance__ 6.onMr year of Robert Ivey. having: moved

that Mid Eubanks was in need of assistance much as $150 worth of material at the Mr*. S. A. \Vllnon, maintenance._ 6.0(1 there again that /the children may be -

time, he to sell it to individuals and Delia ColllhKton. malntenance.__ 4.00 close to the school. Mr. Bronson is
and asked the board to allow II. Tlllls, maintenance_________?_ 6.00
him much as $10 maintenance for be responsible to the county for all Jane Clements, malntenance__._ 600 engaged at present in making some
as materials sold. Motion seconded Mrs. Jlncy PadKett.maintenance. 600 alterations ..
by his barn.
motion of Com. Mrs on
two months. Upon A. Hlmrnons maintenance.- America
Commissioner B, II. Guy and carried. H. M. McClelland, maintenance._. &.00 Church services on ]last Sunday: afternoon Strengthen
seconded B.
missioner A. F Bass, by Mrs 1.. Mahlrs,, maintenance. 8.00
H. Guy, and carried, the clerk was The clerk presented bills of R. E.: A. M. I.,. Chauncy maintenance.. 6.00 were quite well attended, -
Willis road at Lo- Julia Jernliran nialntpnance-__. 6.00 .several cars of people from Kissim i
structed to draw a warrant for In-I for surveying the Mm M. Smith maintenance6.00 , .
amount.D. kosee, Fla.r.$R.50, which was ordered I-,. Votfle. malntonnnce___.___ 6 00 mee helping to swell the attendance. f ::-. -
Amelia I:vane, maintenance_._ 6.lIft e
G. Wagner appeared before the paid! of 11. E. Wylie for surveying the J. H. Owens, mnlntenanco- The members of the' Shingle Creek 16.-

board and stated that the road run road as per plat filed, $78.50, ordered ('"nud iMKimmeoVater: HylvoMcr! maintenance pod' Light --- 6.00 church are always l glad to :welcome ""

ning from Bermuda avenue to the Orlando paid; of Arnold & MacDonough for Plant IlKhts and water10.00 their Kissimmee friends and trust

I road was in need of repairs and plans and specifications for a vault Lupfer rtiunty. &automobile I'rntlKT, .repairs__.- _-_ on_ 35.IS they will come often. It is the pas-

;t t asked them to have.a ditch, along said $126, ordered paid; of Pat Johnstonfor Klttslmmee rentals Telephone. (courthouse On, telephone and tors intention to commence a seriesof

M road opened. Commissioner E. L. D. repairs on a dipping vat east of poor form _n_________________ 70S meetings the second Sunday in
town $202.20 ordered paid of A. C. "'..nn"r, & Sawyer, typewriter September and it is hoped that all Povertythe ---
4 Overstreet! made motion. that Capt. ; ribbons T. A.n_____ 1.70 .
L. R.. Farmer be instructed to investigate L. Ry. Co. for freight for S, R. & B. Western Union Telegraph___Co.___. 1.77 will arrange their affairs so nothing
meHKnfrea for county.ra
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the matter and, if he found it District No. 1, 1633.46, also voucherfor J. J<'. "Walters covering tables and need interfere with their attendanceat
for S. R. & B. District repairs on chair------------- 4.50 these meetings.
the stakes for $83.52 freight
to set dig- .
necessary, K. I) Kate, supervisor of registration
:t fring the ditch as requested. Motion No. 1, ordered paid; and of Peninsular ._______._________._____21 0.00 I. P. Tison was a business visitor to Principal Product
J. C. tannin, convict hire_______ 99.66 Orlando last.
seconded by Commissioner B. H. Guy Engineering Company, pay- W. U. Crawford conviction fees. 16.00 on Saturday
carried. ment of July estimate, $2,954.65, or- Oscar Jernliran. witness fpr pros- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barclay of Kis
and i ecutlnaattorney .___._____.___ 2.00C. callers
]i. E. Wylie came before the board dered paid. L. Hyatt, witness fur prosecuting simmee were at the home of
._ __.__..___. 2.00 "of the Saloon
beginning attorney u Mr.. and Mrs. A. R. Dennis on last
and presented the plat of the road Several communications were readin The Ora Yilt one. lodging; for JuryIn

at the end of the brick road the open board and the same were Hall case_._n_________:____ 20.25M. Thursday afternoon. ,
]f. Porter pay roll for jurors
near the poor farm and running to a ordered filed. The report of,the count And witnesses at Inquest_____. .10.00 The bridge over Shingle Creek
$ point in section 6, township 25 south ty demonstration agent was present. H. II. Porter, costs_ ol Walker inD.gW.Holloway. 7.00 which has been in need of repairs for "It isn't live saloon thai makes a man miserable-it* his poverty,"

range 31 east as shown by said platon ed, read, and ordered filed examining) : body some time was this week rebuilt andIs says the exponent of the Jaloon. But you never heard of a saloon relieving -
Walker _______. .. 16.00
I of .u ---- now in first class condition. The
file. Commissioner B. H. Guy C. F. Johnson and E; G. Vans Agnew I L. If. Ingram.t costs In Walker a man of his poverty. Every lime he comes out of saloon
I a, ,
made motion that the plat be accepted Inquest .__,_____..________h.. 7.00J. road was closed for one day while '
a ( representatives of the St. Cloud L. Overatreet, rel. fee paid to he's a lot porer than when he went in. He's
and that the road shown thereon Tribune and the Kissimmee Valley convict ..___.___,___n_______ 28.n the work was in progress, causing) all poorer every way.
I r H. Ingrain, feed of prisoners.- 5 travel to the road via the ford.
; be ,declared a public road. Motion Gazette, appeared before the board C.* I* Handy, commissions-__-__- 23.17: use wife He's poorer financially. There never was a saloon, that made a
seconded by Commissioner A. F. M. M. JaVens, county demo agrent-100.00 H. W. Johnston and Wm.
und asked them to authorize them to customer richer in cash.
Florida Soft Phosphate Co.. lime
q! iBass and carried. send out 1,000 copies each per month for poor farm..........._-__-- 70.00 Morris' and wife and Dr. McCarthey,
v Waters & Carson Grocery Co., were week-end sojourners at Day- He's poorer in self-respect The longer he remains in .the saloon I
for four months at the\ rate of $2 per supplies to poor farm__.___... S9.20
year as advertising matter for Oace- Osceola Hardware,, Co., ,.,. supplies tpna, Beach' ,' returning' Monday evens ;- tielesss re p ct he carrwitis sway with fi m He loses his self-ieapect, 'E,
"
mmlll'' 'tln'r'' to jail Js. i CoT* : | "S..'.tf. VViS\ *: !;. ,1' ''T. '\ i. . ' "f.dgMwpVnw f.- ",:''4(, his ;
ola county;, whereupon C MAGf{ Stanford hoes to"H10AilJjO.85Clty.lI1eatMark..t :, :; whohave friends often lose their rospect or him
Ifk "motio'ii m"uIJ ; .Afr. ,Morrie:: .I,
ni
f P. I/(Guy; d that"th1r4f: 1I111l"rJack..on train Reaves oc !placfor: 'Vltie

JApiSOIVIILCfl.A( r. estl be'j''Rranted.Motoli' Jt eeconded! a.:,ror s mulesU.fFarmersarary_ 'auperlntend a31.nJ. the. resided few.! onAthe monthsT5 have'been disposing poor eeonollsicelly. Asa workman he becomes|less ,ef6 ..

hy f Commissioner' A< l F. Bass and car Q.ent W. Ashton roads .salary_._____-superintendent ____________126.00 of their personal effects during cient. Never yet has a saloon made a workingman richer in ability

N' ried. of teams __ ___ _u 7800 with the Intention to do things.
n u. u two weeks -
OLDEST Dan Brown, guard ___n_______ __ 46-U the past
Is Q rndcsA ESTABLISHED It. E. Hell ( 21.06 of soon taking) their depar-
the Strong Withstand the Heat ol Waters & guard--------------- He's phyl daJIy. The saloon man's
poorer improved
never
SEED douSE 'for the West their distination a
ture .
Weak supplies to It. U.__ _. -2S7.76Lupfcr ,
Summer Better Than the --- -----
& Prnther, work on county being Des Moines, Iowa. They are health. The man who patronize the saloon becomes more susceptible!
f Old and l __ _ 80.00 .
10k/CA people who are feeble younger people automobile --
.who are weak will bo strentttheood sod enabled to New Helen Plant Co.:: seed cane800 planning to make the trip overlandby to disease-he is !lets'able to resist disease. He cannot stand'the

VlMlr M/N/N through depressing heat of summer by taking K, K. Wllllnms Hardware, iumimr----;Co., supplies, 1660Outcoin automobile.I. strains of !life 'so well.
GROVE'S TASTELESSchIll1'ONIC. It
purifies
tl----------------------- 31.7G Tison and family motored to
-to H. P.
and enriches the blood and builds the whulo
up sys Co..
I tem. You can soon fuel lu Strengthening Invigorating Wati-rs feed for& It.Parson(l-___Grocery____--_______ 1.36 East Lake Sunday passing the day . He's poorer mentally. His brain is befuddled. lie doesn't think
Eflect. OUc. Alexander AUerman\ potatoes__ ,8."2 the of relatives
homes
\\'. I. Iliirbt-r. con1lnl"MlonMuhI81.26I.'oot. in visiting at straight. The more time he spends in the saloon the less others will
-- -- & l>nvls. record books_ 41.17 and friends.P. .
St. Cloud Tribune, envelopes to be inclined to trust his judgment. He not only loses confidence in
clerk) ________-____nnh_ 17.00 G. Cromartie hrs been engaged
St. ('loud Tribune
revenue .___.____,------u----- 40.00 .
KlHHimmea I Valley Cuzi'tte. blanks I for filling in the low. places in
: Sacks for Castor Beans for county Judge; --__.____ __ 300. the road running through the Cy poorer socially. His value as a contributor to the common 1"
for
Sam Lrupfer makIng report
I road work\ __."00_____________- JO.OO press pond north from the station. good of his fellowmen is lessened. Those who art interested in' securing

New or. Second Hand Bags C.creek S. Acree.bridge.repairs.-...._on_____Heady_____141.-75- This piece of road has been.practically better conditions for the workingman cannot. afford/ to become
Joe Johnston rent of surveying for weeks on account -
impassable some the victimes of the drink habit.
outfit ... ___ ___ .__ 10.00 -
Write for Prices Pat Johnston repairson dipping of overflow.

11.vat K. cast'''Wylie of town surveying..___--_county______202.ZO Mrs. Henry Baulknight, who has If it's poverty that makes a man miserable, then be had better I

Southern States Bag Co. .road Jo;. Willis... ___,__surveying_-________ road__to_,_78.60R. .been seriously sick for some weeks, keep away from the saloon-for the saloon never made. a man richer

Lokom-e __________ ___________ 10.00 is now much improved in health, being in the slightest degree in any particular. _
Arnold A MacDonougrh, plans and around the
and
able to be
Jacksonville Fla. specifications for vault-____-__128.00 up
W. K. Maklnson", supplies to road house.
gang ____.______.nn_____ 37.20 children former If yon believe that the traffic Alcohol
and
Rexford ,
Mrs.
Narcoossen Lumber Co. lumber
I
T for bridge No. 4.------ 64.42 residents of this section, but now of does more harm than good-HELP STOP ITI :'.
strawlnpt road. 3.90
Wlllla.m Phlpps
Hob Kvans. building bridge In Haines City, were visitors at the J. ,

district No. 4________________,_ E6.00 !home Sunday.V. .
C. Buckles, lumber for bridge In F. Niswonger
district No. 1__________hU__ 20.77 \ s.B.-- Strengthen America Campaign
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tter :J. It. Chunn county physician__ 62.60 666 cures by removing the cause.
a'. Crops T. M. Murphy. Judge County cl._ 26.00
a T. M. Murphy judge Juvenile ct_ 1260 32-10t
T. M. Murphy trip to Demand__. 8.20 advertisement .
J. M. KlnfT amount allowed S. M.MrClelland -W.BS (This prepared (for the National Campaign Com

) __n____.__________ 60.00. China is making contributions toward mittee by Charles Stelzle. 1 1I
J. M. KlnK car fare for Stlnson six Y.M.C.A. huts that are
of class family .__________u___ ____ __n 60.00 the Chinese
Heavy yields high products are necessary W W. Haley scrub bru.h for maintained in France for the -I

: to bring a big net profit to the The courthouse _nnhnu_ 1.60 labor army.
grower. J. P. O'Herry, seed corn.-l.. ____ 4.00 w. s. n.
I banner record for such results has been held for A. C. I. Ity. Co., freight. on feed- 36.18 666 cures bilious fever. 32-10t ;
Who
Everybody Is Anybody AdVertises Their
Emil Mach gasoline I for countyautomobile "Wants" in the Gazette '
,the last quarter-century: by \ ____ __. _.._ -_-_ 20.71 ....
"f ,
b Emil Mach team hire--------- 36.00 1",..
Emil Mach I casings for county
I demonstration rar-'_._________ 27.40byre. --- .'\
I' :M.! Hronson additional maintenance UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE ,
5 f Ideal Fertilizers .nn_. n__.____- _u_ 6.00 REDCRaO5S Oalsirsvllle FOR WOMEN '
::
Mid Kubanks, mnlntpnanee10.00
General revenue fund< refund by Military Tr.l.l.s; Under Army OfQ.....> Tallahassee '
t i error In warrant No. 8734___-. 75.00 Courses In Art. and Sciences, Agriculture B5 Students: from 26 Florida Counties
: > Send for our Free Books on all commercial Chemical Civil, Electrical' ana 17 States 1917-18. Total 951
Paid warrants were ordered can and Mechanical Engineering, Law: Includln. 6ulnmer. School and Short j
crops of Florida; also our Spray Catalogna Teachers' Colle C.. Course. it a
celed from the various funds as follows Is LIVER' Tuition Free. Rend< for Catalog.A. Write at once for Catalog '.'
Special addict gladly frren. .
: A. MUHPHRKE. FresUcBt.nowm EDWARD CONHADI. President. .. //Ir

General revenue fund.< __-._____$S,729.04 MEDICINE. SO-lOt. \ ;
f fMfrs. fe Fine and forfeiture fund_____. 4(7.86 '
.Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.*. Road and bridge fund--------! 8.916.11 GIVES

(The depository reports showed the TOUR LIVER No Worm In a Healthy Child

Ideal FertiJi n. following balances' in the various RELIEF UMTS UVEI PIUS. do conUIa c.Jom.l.which Ifh All children troubled with worm hare an nohenlthy -
gDBALlaebaayiae l U....C__.(but not die sickening ,'
. funds Aug. 1, 19181 only r color which Indicate poor blood, and a*a ...
FIa. mmuza n annnnnnnnnf ann n an.TSnnnnnnnnnnn JBlKoaps griping calomel,....'.. diMded all your 111.);It isp role there U more or leas stomach dbtorbo "
n scteaUfically combined. with ether dwiuiasjdracs GROVE'S TASTELESS: chill TONIC given! regularly t
-. [ saaailo*0 your stomach Hr,r activ well*. your bowels pun regular.roar that II will not sick... pi...or Interfere with for two or three week will enrich the blood. Improve 1
i bia0gitla drove':Tasteless chill Tonic 25c Al DDdr.bgasd jour work. Known and radoned kr thomsndl.23s the dUeetlon.and act a*a General Screiisth-
..... .. Gmw.JS..r.. MO UNCIAL STORES. suing Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then,
diisuoM the malsrUI which .traaimltted AT DIVe throwon
,
Cash Bros.Drag Company Manufacturers or dispel the worm,aDd the Child will be
.a to the blood bytli.IUlarUMoMultlk PrIce 10\1. : "'....-w..Fla y.wbo asakojba(anain.. Made by the.....el Flank. CklDTonle. Jo perfect health. Pleasant.tak; 100 per bottle.

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'. B. Crawford Lee Jarre DEER WILL NOT SPREAD stead Entry. No. 014011. for NE% of No. 83. dated' the 7th day of August sh..maker's S.b Dlvi.l..- .1 Bl_kWU
SE 1{. Section 28. 8, A D. 1918, and of Tax Certificate No. .
CRAWFORD & JARRELL CATTLE TICKS ON RANGE Range 87 B, Tallahassee Meridian, has 148. dated the 6th day of July A. D. Lot 8, .......__--.- _........__.Nathan Porter .................. '"I.If
riled notice of Intention to m.k.Tbr..y..r 1115, ha* filed said certificate In my office Belt e w cor of Block Tk Suns no ft, .

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Proof to establish claimto and has mad. application for tax .e 60 ft. II 50 ft. w 60 ft-___________a Maddox .__...i.________.___._., f.1'
+ .' Offlcesi 6 6 and 7 Citizens) The recent acton! of the' countycommissioners the land above described before deed to Issue In accordance with law. Va4m A Car..B fir*. C.'..R .....
Said certificate ;
embrace the followingdescribed
Clerk ( HI LE ,7
: Bank Circuit Court, at Kls.lmmea lTlBla B>B I .

: ; Building .of both Jefferson and Fla,, on the SOth day of September' County, Florida property, to-wlt situated: In Osceola Lot 10- --------_:_-_-____-___ _- 'John.ton, ___.... ,:.,_ _. __ 1.16

w Clsslmmee Florida Wakulla counties in making? appropriations 1918.Claimant name. a. witnesses. : Theron Lot I, 10, 11. SI, S3. 14 In Section 4. N"% b E Block .---:_-______.___---. W. McGee, --;.__-_.-._--.., '..45

for startingthe fight on the H. Keen, of Orange Center Fla.. and South Lot, Range 1 In Section 21 Kast 6,according In Township to the S6 Lots N"01- 1 and Lot I.6., Block Block S----------s______.___.::"__:_.1 1..1., w? Mine", .:::::::::::::::*.::. *...5

Ernest H. Keen, of Orange Center All of Block 14_..__..____________--J.: M. I IlIS
DR. W.'W. CARSON cattle tick was delayed because of the Fla., Ira B.: Keen of Orange C..nt..r.Fla. plat of Park r said land Johnston _.__._..._.".-_
being assessed at the ad.eOf. Issuanceof All except E. 98 ft. of N. 81 It, Block 18W. C. B..., ...Jill __.._ .{. |
W. W. Allen of Louirhman. Kla. --. ------ *
DENTIST argument on the part of some "con said certificate In the name of C. F. Uel(. NW. Cor of Block SO, run a. 100 .

Office scientious objectors" that the deer 86-6t. ROOT W. DAVIS'Beglster. and J. L. .Dibble and H. J. Cunning- fU K. 100 ft.. N. 100 ft.. W. 100-ft.__Mr.. Precllla Bas Estate, ...... 1L7J
over Pillar Building
ham. 1*. C. Br.- .Io-Dlv..I. of Bi.ek .
-' Office Hours t-11. 1-.5 down in the flatwoods sections carried Unles. said certificate shall be, redeemed F.
TEACHBHgBXAMIMATION

42 a Qaa:...) 'Phone Administered 111 Rs.ideno.'Phoasal for Extraction; *f ticks and that as long? 'as there are Notice I. h..r..bj.n that the State Issue thereon according on the to law slit tax day deed of Sep.will tI"tAt, of Lot--1 and 8K of Eye-=_of_._Lot____I._R N.. Metier. :__________.__:'__ 11.01

T..th any deer 'to be found it is no use to tember A. D. 1111. I Block M.- ______ _.___ .. '
Board of Examiners will hold an examination ----- -, *J. D. Woodbeck ..........,..... S3.IS ".
'
dip cattle. Even yet the talk goes on, for teachers'. .certificate at J. L. OVERSTREET, :AH of Block R and 8----------------Mrs. B. F. Collier _____.._._..._ 1.1'
Clerk circuit Osceola County .
| the High School .building In Klsslm- Court of Sear AddltlBB. "
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW and some good people have been hon mee., Florida, on September 10th. 1118. Florida By 8. II. BULLOCK D. O.
J6-4t. 'C. E. Lob i.1 to ins{ Block A.___.____.......Mr.M.. p'. Sear. E.t............ 19.15 '
Supt.
estly doubtng the advisability of YOWBLL. :...- NOTICE starting the work because of this.mis NOTICH. FINAL UISCICAHUIO.In Soslh Florida Railroad BBrrer.Lot. u.
Notice .. hereby given that the Board Court of County Judge, State of 7 and 5. Block I--F.:. X. '
Waring Building.. information. Florida O.ceola In re Estate Niemeyer----------------- 48.45
County.-
of Commissioners of Oscnola HW. .0 It 01 Lot
a County of D. C. Lee. 7. Block /---------E- L. 1..1..10' _._. __-_____-.._ 11.8.
Count Florida, will receive bid td Lot Block -
Several years ago this'wall a real 10 a. )m. Monday September Snd up 1V1S Notice Is hereby given to all whom It 1 Lou 1.1 to 1 Ina 7---------. Block .....--_.._-._-.M. .1. Hicks. ..__.___ ____._..__. 38i45
.
ra Jotmston O. p. aarrett l issue 'California'"' found there was on nine hundred thousand No. S wire may concern that on the 4lh day of Lot I, Block ----.W. C. Base. -.?._--.._-..___-_ 21.46
cut lug brick; also on No. S repressedpavInK . February, A. D. 1919, I shall apply to i Lots and 8, -Block------$-.-----oo--F..L. L. Lesley -..._.4.__._-____... 49.45
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW nothing to it. In that State where brick. Bidder. allowed to bid the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge of Beg. 1. ft S 47 deg. 11. .-l"'most--------;.iw. Co Bass---------------------; 36.45 .

deer'are numerous in formerly .tick- on all or any part of said Amount. said Court, as Judge of Probate, for my ernly. .cor."of Block l.'run.'sTiYdeff. ,
Board reserves right to reject any or final discharge a* Administratrix: of the :
K. 78 ft, N. 48 defr., B. ISO ft. N. <1
Offlcts 10, 11 and 12 Citi ens Baal infested regions the tick has been 'all bids, Bids to be addressed Florida.to J. L.. at estate the of name U. time C. Lee I,will deceased present and to that said deg,. W. 78 ft. thence S. 48 teg., W. :' .
Overstreet, Clerk Klsslmmop.
Building completely wiped out I (Heal) J. L..OVKKSTKKICT. Court my final account a* Admlnl.tra.'trlx 120 -*--.----------____-T---T.----A. D. Gilbert.---r...'.;.:...:-._. 14.S5
-4.r" Klsslmmee. Fla. "Deer'were known to' be plentiful I Clerk Board County Commissioner. '' of said estate and ask for their approval Ben. mo.t southerly cor of Lot 7. Block p
"_ I 84-6t .. 11. rune N. 47 leir.. W 140 "ft. N. 48 .
on many of the large CalifornlarancheH Dated July !Setlv A. n. 1918. degr.. B S9H ft, S. 47 .de"",r., B 140 ft, .. ->. . '.; s
," said one of the Federal expert NOTI tl', FLOHA B. LEE'Administratrix.' N. 48 deg-, W. to beg; also Lot 4 ot: *'?>. ' .''
[ Notice 1. hereby give that'the Board 38.l em.8mo ;)onetan) Miller & Stanford' Rp.ub .
with the Florida .
who talked -
recently of County Commlsxloncr of Osceola. \OTICH OF MASTKH'S SALI3. division of Lot. 7 and 8--__._,.____R. T* Lesley.....,..,......,....*! S7.95
Record writer '"and deer killed .on (Bounty,..Florida will' receive tilde unto Notice I. hereby given that.under. Lot I. flock IS...;..__.._....?....._._Mach Broa. .,--.,...-_......... 17.25
CIIRSOLFIIRMERe{ found in. 10 a. u) Monday of 85041.00 Hcptcmber 6 2nd.cent 1918 and by virtue of /final decree of foreclosure Lot 8, Block 1S..__ ....:-_.._..-.....M <'h Bro.' ._,..........*.,....,1R !A.46
} often sale
these ranches,, were . rial for the bonds and per BrldfreDlstrlrt si- Issued out of and under the seal i Isot 3. 4. d and TV Block 12-_____.__... B. Aultman 1 .v.10l.45
fested.. > I I I 8p..clan"ad at rate of of the Circuit Court of the, HeventhVJu,'Lot S, Block 14 .Lr-.,-__.____________Mr.. O. W. McKay.I.I.I.. '5...
No.3. maturing dlclal Circuit of thn StAte of Florida, In Lot 4, Block 14..Z* _..j.________n__K.. W. Potter __.......__.......... 68.96 + '
Ij "It was our experience in California .12.0110.00-annually.per ,annum. Inh'r est pqyablc and fur xiceola County. In chancery Lot 7. Block 14.___n_______.___.____Mr. L. II. Nel.on'..,... ...*....?...,11

that all soon as the cattle tick was All bids. to be ncldrensod. to J. KOverstreet sitting In... certain cause therein pending Frame Building on leasedLot-8, Block . i
Clerk.' Klnnlmmee.. Florida wherein Dibble .H. Thurman la .18 .__h_ _______ .:.___.Robert Retdel ....*...........,.. T.75
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eradicated from cattle, the deer in J. I. UVISK8TKICKT\ complainant, and E.. C. 8. Cobb and peg 91 ft H.. 47 dea 11:,of,most north

that section no longer were found to Clerk Board County Commls.lonera.45t Clara V. Cobb, hla wife and Osceola erly cor of Block It, runs K. 47 deir., ..
Fire Life Accident and Construction Developing Company I "1. 60 ft, 'it, 41 deir.! W, 75 ft. N. 47 .
be tick infested. This seems to justifythe are respondents, the undersigned asSpecial deg, W. 60 'ft. N. 43 deg. E. 78 ft...null B... ...........---..__.;._.i St.SS
theory that as the deer is not the- NOTI/'E OF APPI.IfATION. FOIl TAX Master In Chancery will sell at Bear most. southerly cor. of Lot E, :
Health Plate' Glass Liability DEED. public outcry during the legal hoars of Block 19 run. N. 43 dee.. E. 75 ft, N. '.
natural host of the fever tick .deer Nonce .Is h"r"bl' ,Klven; thnt 11. A. sale, before the Court House door In I 47 de.>r. W. 71 ft 8. U deg "w. 76 ft, .

which do become infested with cattle lns.>. Tax Certificate No. the City of Klsslmmee In said Countyof 8. 47 W. K. 7i ft___..___'-"-._--. Rull Bass, ......____....---..- 1J.1B ) '!,i iI
and Boiler Insurance. site dated the 7th day of August A. I). OSCeola and State of Florida, on .Lot B, Block 20( ____u_.___.___ ___._Rill| Baas, .....-...----.--..... S1.45
ticks are infested by seed ticks, whichare 916, has Died said certificate In my of- Monday the 2nd day of September A. I fane Itrrrie. .. r
nee and has made application for tax 1). 1918 the following described real .
Legal Bonds Executed the progeny of ticks developed on deed to Issue In accordance with law. estate situate In said Osceola County, Lot. 1. S and 8.____ ___::______.:_____null Has.. -__..........-__..... SS.85 I
Said fertlllcnte embraces the following Florida: I Lot 10, __________-w.n_K. I* Lesley, .............__-_.. 860 ,
cattle. described property altuated In ilaeeola The south half of Section! 18 :Town!>> Lot 24 ____ __________n.u. H. Thurman --.....--........ S 60 II
Same Day Needed. The national Department of Agri. Florida, to-wlt: Lot 34, Hrm- hip 26. Range 39 Rat.' Lot 27. -__--___."______--___,______.:.J. MacI>onouRh _____.._..... 18.86 ,
/ fntra; & Inv Company'a Hulidlvl- Term of .ale, cash. 'lots Brt, 61 and 64,,.____-______________M. L. Lesley -..._..__._._..... 8.6 "I
culture has received'writt n state- s lon of all except n H of n w4 ofn Z. BASS. Lot. 65, 81 and 70---------------: ----K, L. Lesley ....__--.___._______ S.69 t

manta from California 'cattle owners e 14 ofTownship Section' Thirty-One (31), 3S-4t Special Master In Chancery. I Dehorn. A O'Neal AddltloB. __ .j

OFFICE: State Bank' Building Twentv-SIx: (2A) South ' Lot 8, mock A-----------------------A. H. Spier .......,._...?.?, 31.<6 '! .
and the State veterinarian of Califorlia Range Thirty-One (II) Kant, the saidland NOTICE OF ADMINISTIIATOIl I Lot 8 I and W 16 ft from Lot 7. Block BW. It. Arnold. ---.....-..--.---- .7.8
saying that despite the deer, the being assented at the date of Issuance I I, For. Klaal Ilk.rge.) IS. 60 ft of Lot. 1 and 2, Block 1)______Annie J. I'arcells, %_--...-..--- '
of said certificate In the name of !. Court of Cona4y Ju.lKe Rial .fFlorida. Lot 6, Block I)- _--_--___-._.___Ham Ilowell _...__.._,......_w,, 1":5: 1
r ranches from which the parasite was J. Kampson.' Oneeola fntiB4y.: ; j .' tt of Lois 16 and 18, Block D______K. 1+ Lesleyi..-.--..--.------._ f
Eradicated have remained free of Unless said certificate shall be will redeemed !. re Estate of WilliamsVrrkrrlyll{ LOt ,1. Block B.: _____r ________--_____D. H. Thurman .........---...-_-- f:.:: ..
4- J.W.THOMPSONFuneral according to law, tax deed Notice' Is hereby given, whomIt II. A. Mathews AddKleB. i
ticks The State veterinarian wrote: issue thereon on the 9th day of September may concern that on t.o.a\ SOth day I Ntt of Lot 1. Block U, _____________.Cathrl.e Brad.haw, __-..___..... 10.II ., I
A. I). 11118.Ci..rk }
D. 1118. I shall applyto
of A.
September ClarkmtB'a Ite-Sub Dlrisloa of Lot
and ,
willing L. OVERaTHEKT.
cattle
"If owner is
any T, M. .Judge
Circuit .Jc Ouceola County, the Honorable Murphy. 1. 111 or k II. r )t,
Director anxious to free his range of cattle of said Court as Judge of Probate, for Lot C. .-Albert Love. ___.____ ... ..15 .
Florida ------------------ -
rise will not my final discharge a. Administrator oC. Lots I and 4. Block H. ::::::::::::__Will Q. Clarke 11..I 6 3
ticks, deer or Anything NOTK'':. the estate of William Weckerly deceased Lot 2. Block Q _______________ __Mettle 0. Cornell.--------------- S.tlE.IS .
ANDLICENSED 'I tand in the way of this being ac- Notice la hereby given' that 8. 'B. ; and that at the same time I Be*. NW Cor Lot 1, Block 8. run. 8. I.
Story purchaser of Tax Certificates will present to said Court my final accounts 94 ft.. E Tt ft., N. 94 ft.. W. 78 ft.--J. S. Guernsey ....._-_._______ I.tf!; qb
.omplished if he Will explicitly follow 4os. 416 420. 421, 428, 424 426 4S7. and as Administrator of said "estate Be"*. 631 ft B. of S. W. cor N. 'V.4\ of t'
the directions of officials in 481 dated the 7th day of AuRUSt. A. p. and ask for their approval. 8. E. \tt. Sec 21. Tp. 26. R. 29, runs .,,1. )
I EMBALMER 1916. has filed said certificates. In my Dated Und April, A. D. 1918. 66.8 ft k. 1 deg, E. 209'*" ft W. 1ifi.1I. . . \ '1
:harge of this work. office and has made application for A. E. DROUGHT. "I deg. W. 201K ft. In Block. T +

What has been done in California tax deed to Issue In accordance with 19-l.m6mo. Administrator. and8U ___________________._________M. C. L.dlow....*....__..-__-.-_
,Store and Chapel Stewart A*. lAW. Said certificate embrace the following NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR" Be!C. 705% ft. B. of 8W. cor of NW"- <* f for
tn be done in the flatwoods sections described property situated In KlBBl DUrkarve SK1 Sec 21. Tp. J8 R 29. runs
For ) .
Klsslmrae.: Fla. dong the coast. It is just a matter Osceola County Lot ,76.Florida In Section' to-wit 17.: No. I. Court of Coast ...ds... State of N. 190 ft.. E 194U ft.. 8. 20 ft., W. I., ;
No. 416 .. UI ft.; 8. 170( ft./V. 68"," ft. Block
Os vola ( .t7.
if getting behind the work and push- 420 Cot 81 all: No.In Section 421 Lot 19.96; No.No. 42 423{,. !. re Kmtmtf Fiends o< Fred DealtNotice U. --..-----_____-__._____ "2,!. Tiller _:..--.---____.___:_..__. h.11
Lot 127-; Beg 100 ft. W. 01 8E Block"
who values his I hereby given, to all whomIt cor .,
S3 No. *
it. man Lot
Every 425
17 and 82 No. ;
Lot ;
ng that 'on fie S'lih day runs W. 71'1fo ft.. N. 1715 It.. E! 71% It, I
M. TILLER dock .or who has the faintest sparkf 427 126, all Lot In 48 Section; No. 431.2I>.Lot. All 110 of the 116 above and of may September concern A. D. U18kI.shell Juigeof H. ITS ftMabh --------------r----..E. L. Lesley______.__.______-___ IS.II tl

fair play in his make-up will do being; In Township 26 South. Range SO to the Honorable T. : I I *.Sab.DlrUle.1. I. M.t".aLot. ,
said Court a. Judge; of Probate for ..'

Real Estate Agency. 'la best to hurry along the day whenour East.The said land being; assessed, respectively my final discharge aa Administrator .AI" and 4. Block A_______.i.' .....JCr Theresa Fluke...__?_....... 4.18

e....................................................--............,.eaW. . suffering slab-sided cattle are fat at the date of the Issuanceof of the estate of Fred Deal, deceased: W. A. Pa4rlek'a A.dllla.._ .... .. !
said certificate In the name of E. and that at the same time I will present Lot t, Block A .__.___._......____..Mr., Carrie Gardn I er. _._-.____.,.111
Realty bought and tokL :nd plump and contented; and if humanitarian A. fainter A. E. Bayllss. C. B. Martin.O. to paid Court my final account Lot 1. Block A. ...__..___.____.......Mr.. Ada Bass _._-...---.-+--- 49.46
B. Burnslde. V. Hoyt. 8. W. Kettering a* Administrator of said esiate. and JJH Lot 1. Block F__._____..___._____Mr.. B. B. _,......-.----., 24.91 'r
Houses rented. motives have no weight J. W. Harris and H. a aak for tbelr approvaL Ntt Lot I, Block a, ......_..-__..._.,.MII..red C. 8Imp.ol-), _____--_-.._ 26.96
Taxes paid and Titles rerifitd ronsider( the difference between a 13nles3 ; Bald certificate shall be redeemed .- Dated April 22nd, A. D. 1911.. B. C. Miller's ....SBb-DIfal.. ef
according to law tax deed will A E. DROUOHT.19lam L.t 1. Block II.

for non-resident wild-eyed, emaciated, worn-out beast, Issue thereon on the 9th day of September (mo. Administrator. Lots land !_..._..__...__.._?______B. L. Lesley, ........-.,______ 18.4J
and A. D. llu: Be"* 119 ft W. of NE. of Lot
.nd that is sleek and round cor 4.
.. Fire Life and Accident Ilr one (Se.L) J. OVERSTREET.; 1* COURT OF COUNTY] JUDGE! Block H. runs 8. 41V4 fU W. 60 ft- (

( ready for market,-Florida Record.W. Clerk Circuit Court sceola County, Miller N.* 43 M ft., E). 50 .........._._.__..J'. W Thompson .......________.. T.ll
turance. 8. H. Bullock, D. CoN IB re Batale *f neaJaailB F. a Ben. NW .
Florida. of Block 1
By cer.
runs E. 62M
.. S. --- .......... 1
Indemnity Bondtu ft., a 106 ft, E. SIM ft, BVS ft. W.
1
and Bekhing. .
Sour>> Stomach TICID -TO CREDITORS State ef FI.rl-.. Ola C..ty. 89 ft, N. 116 ft....______....____?_..//L I* Davidson, ......______?.- 21.21Beg

. ... . . . . II . ... ..... "When I began taking Chamber. In Court of 'the County Judge. Oaceola- Notice I. hereby giver to all whom 90 ft.8W.. N.cor.100 Lot ft.. H.3, Block 10 ft. N.J, 47 runs W ft.E. "
State of Florida.-In re. Estate i> 4
lain' Tablets three years ago I .was County of John M. Le.. It may concern that AE.of Drought Benjamin, a* W. 100 ft., S. 147H ft______........Le.ley tt, Baa., -------------..U.O.
with Selch- Creditors Legatees Distribu guardian of the Estate of Au.lI'u.t. Lot 5. less E. 37 tt It Block M...__? J. R. Smith! ,. ,.____________.__ 81.46
Il' troubled most of the time To all and, all having claim F. Miller will on the ZSnd the day honorable B. .49 ft. Lot 8. Block O_____________IM.-Tiler, ,.?..:_____.________._S 1".11L
tee. persons A. D. 1918, apply to
'ng and sour stomach. I also had or demand against said estate: T. M. Murphy County Judge In and t 4,. Block. R, B. C. Miller SubDlvli\ < .v.VKinyIon '. 1I.1.A; ii'll
1 Ou7( MEATS ; This and each of you are hereby no. for said County, at hi. office In KliBlmmee p ---P'r. R. Graves Ml..ot ::;--..---.-. .-
. '?. ARC weu.KCI ) headache and constipation. rem. tll..du and required to present. any In said County at 10 o'clocka. I. 1e. W "I ft, Block'V'B., Tiller ;.,-.--= :aii: :.::::. y4.71
-- jdy was Just what my.system needed. claim and demand which you or either m.. or a. soon thereafter as the Lost t, Ie.. w'IO t4 an" .47% ft of lot- 's\ ",;,yJIYR: !y ,!a}. J.\ I. .
V digestion and re- of you may have against the estate matter can be beard, for authority te Block W----.;.----------.---.:_?.. R. Oravea l.1r______.._______...11
BUTCHERSADEPT! It strengthened my of John M. Lee, deceased, late of sell at, public or private sale, the following W 34 Lot 4. Block X----..-------------Frances Splitter .:,26.16
--------- ---
itored me to former good health" Osceola County Florida, to the undersigned described real estate. In said 8 .a ft Lot I. Block 1"1"?-?_________ O'Bryao 1646
my of ---------------
e y Executrix of said estate within County, to-wtt: Lots 69, 60, block All Block -----_____-____________ .. Tiller .
-- -- -
a'1oi8i ----- -----
N. Y. W :
writes Mrs.'A. D. Smith,Jordan, t July Aafe1918.ef. B, In Doops! d town of 140 It of Block 1. n 01 A. C. L. R. R-.T. R. .Tiller--- .. --.111:1:
Dated ---------- -
-w. s. *.--- Slat, St. Cloud Florida. Plat on file In officeof E All 1611 ft n 01 A C. L. R. R. Block 1-W. O. Hankln..._-_.___.__.__-._ ....
S4-8t DORA 8.; LEE. Executrix. ,jthe Clerk, of the Circuit Court for s 01 A. C. L Ry.. Block 6.-----.M Tiller ___. _...
-
-- ----? 11.1:
+ MORE STENOGRAPHERS AND Osceola County. Florida, which 8 IK Lot i; Block lI.R. C. BHrh__.____________-_.__
r I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX cation will I based the petition AU Block 16---?___..___.; Mrs. D. Campbell--------------- 1.45
r7h TYPEWRITERS ARE WANTED 1 DEED for such I.n on flee f In ll Court. S 34 Lot ano 1 Block II------------:::::::R. A. Lu.k.__.___.______.._..._._ q.ea
Notice. I I. hereby given that C. A. Dated July 19, A. D. 1918. Lots' I .. Block ----____..__---_ Lor..n. ..----.,-------.- 26.46
this need in the Straub purchaser ot Tax Certificate S2-4t A. E. DROUGHT Guardian N 60 It 01' s 3{ of Lot I. Block 10.R. P. Han.oo._._.___-_______-._ 11(11
To fill urgent government N % Block 23------------------------N. B. Lock_____________________ 18.35
A BUTCHER WHO offices at Washington D. C., Fractional Lot I. n 01 R. R.. Block 1.Mr.. W. C. Bass----------------- 171
Fractional Lot 4, n 01 B. R.. Block 14.J. F.'O'Berry-------------------- 2.10(

KNOWS HIS BUSINESSis the Civil Service Commission will NOTICE All n of A. C. L By., Block 26--___-Ilwarren Wa7mao .______ -----.- I..1.

hold every Tuesday in alt cities special W. C. BaM AddJtlvm. <

in charge of this market. He and ,Lot x -----------..-_-..Feucht A Nelson__.__________.. 5.35
examinations for men women Lot -------------:1--.-------,--------W. U. Calyer.: ........._........ 18.36
purchases only the finest meats in which applicants may omit if Notice t. hereby given that the following described land., or .o much i *". f" L..I..,.'* Adltlo

and handles them in a manner of the oxamina-" hereof a* will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set will Lot ---------..."-Mr.. M. Qulna..._......., ....- 8.86
desired, all subjects po.It.. to the same,. together with the cost of such ala and advertl.lntc.1 Lot I and 10--R. I. smith___.-- 10.26
7 that insures their freshness,! when .ion as heretofore conducted, excepthe b. sold at public auction on the second day of September, A. U. 118 In frontof Lot 14 -------------------------___._.Mr.. W. M. Wheeler estate806
the City Hall door at Klsslmmee. County of Usceola, and State of Florida Lots II to 3< lnclulv*..,-._._Henry Harrell __________.__-__.. 10.95
you welcome them to your home. major subjects of stenographyand | : Lot III ----"-1-----Mr.. M. Qulna.______..___?____ 1.15
Our unfailing courtesy and honest typewriting. The passing of this Lots 8g JA and-89.:-___.__.______________w. E. isvan..._________________._ 1'115
DESCRIPTION OF LANDS. OWNER. Tax and Cost Lots to 6*-lesley A, Ua...______.___?.___?_ 14..
methods appeal to folks who be test whch will not ordinarily requiremore It. ... I*. Drona-ht'B Addltloa. Lot 67 ------, -- ._-j. c./ Moore_._____...._._-..____. l.SS
J. ...... 1 13.05 .I. 'V. Lilly'. Addifloss
: Lesley
afford Lot. 6 to 8 Inc.. Block A ,
lieve in getting their money'sworth than one hour will an All of Block B, K, H, and-K,______.>-H. B. Aultman _________________ 84.4S LotI./ Block 1---------_______________c< ,,. Campbell__.._..__._______-- 1.U
of quality goods. excellent prospect of immediate appointment All of Blocks C and 1).-S. B. Aultman -- 20.OS. A: K. noneicasi*. Kiib-I>lr. of N H .f S
17 25
A41 of Blocka I and J. -. L. Lesley Kt of Hf n
in Washington D. C. The Lots S to 4 Inc., Block -K_A. L. Davidson. n__________.____ 25.65 Ill.... 8M, '''P.y.25 at, It.Hv 211. V4.' ,

Department of War is making all O.erolB Hardware Co.'. He-Subdl Lots 4 and 6, Block 2______..____..____.\f Tiller 8'oK
with sins of Lot. 7 ..d H, lllook .'. Lot 6, Block 2---------------.________ci'ara Held'ef""llUll'IZ-Z 18.05
at $1,100 '.promo ___._. ...___.. 3.60N. (
appointments
Lot 2, Block F __________Mollle Gilmore H. If. llutler-n Addition.
City Market tion to fl,200 after three months' A. HolilBBOB'B AdflHIon. Lot 100 ft square In n e cor IJIock 21l. U.es
IHyntt .______. 25-fiS II. Drlgger.----__ _____-_
Loon.C"
Lot 6 1 loss N 10 feet Block -
service. Higher salaries are some 1'1% Lot 6. Block S___ __Mamto; Monce ..________________ 4.65 *'. A- CarsoB'. AddKloB. ,
"" ""-- :
______! ____ Cody _noon________ 4.65. Lo'
attain 'V 6. Block ___
Lot
times paid those who good rat- % R, iiinplc 4_____ ____ _____ __-Mrs. M. K. Orlffln_____.____-____ 28.45 ; --______________-_ ---_L. Jj _-_ __._
ings. Application from 304 and information ,'"t 1. mock 6_____:____:::_____:__:_.I1rs. J. M. Hooten E.tate._______ 25.11. Lot is Block A-------O.; VTe'drSeiiiziiiii"___!_.___! USKlMMliBniee
aeooooaoo4>r .O..OOO..O.. the I W U of Lots S and 6. Block 6.falter Howard -- JO.25 ...1....... '

can be obtained frpm Lot I. Block ________________________ H"1 tcN'C'-la idu------------- 15.85 Lots .8 to 62;------1------________*___Unknown _____?___-,-_______..... 1.29
secretary of the' local l 'civilserviceboard Lot 10. 1I10..k ___________________ ._ e I e 1.85All lots lOa and ..--_______________. ___ .., uses ___________________._1.01
of Bloak in Robinson's Addition Lots 2111 to 116--------------------- .t. J. "lpy-___ .._____.?__.__ 1.01
C.W. or any first-class postoffice, also Fractinnat( Lots 1 and 2. Block Lots Jl9 to 121 Inclu.lv.__ ---.-----.,.. L. ::: _____ __ 3.51
| GRIFFIN | the of the Fifth Civil 4. S. F. II. H. Survey W Inter."tl\fLeh Bras ____________________ .29.08 Lots 127 and 128.) _________1___--.__-.. (. M. Hrepkver--_-----___.__-_-__ 1.41
Or secretary Lot 6, Block 13_M. Tiller 4.65 Lot US!) -------:.._______________.____, B. 1018 kln.on________________- 6.IS
Service District Atlanta Ga. l.oOt" 1 to S Inc., Block 18-Henry Oouldrn --_.__.... 17.86 ( Lot 184 -----------"--"---______-Lewis O'UryanUnknown _________________ 6.2S
and w. a. Lot 6 to 9 Inc., Block 16_______,-\\'. T. llaklnaorj 34.0BFlorMn 1 lot 136 -----------.-------------__---- --..-----------.--!..-- .83
Staple FancyGROCERIES /
.0..0.'. .
Land A Imp Coss. /I lBrk.
J !ICE IS SurterLola
LEMON 21, 30. 81 and 32_Miss F.%: J. Blckerdlke_________. 63,46Lots ,, Lots 2 to 6 Inclusive, Block 3--_-----.Jamea M. Johnston._______?____ 1.85
,
FRECKLE REMOVERGirls 23 and 21-,-M. I). Casler-----. __ 28.45 Lot 3, Ulock 4.------- V-------______-Jam,. M. Johnston.Hull .__.__________ .a()
I Lois 85, 38, 61 and 62, except portion Lot 6. Block 4Jxits -------------,---_______ Bans ________________.____ .80
!Make his cheap'; beauty lotion I of Lot 61. S. of Midland Hy-ft. n. Aultman __________.______ 42.76 lots. 1 1 to to 6 9 Inclusive Block l__ --n.J.m..II M. Johnston.Jame. ._-__________.. 8.60
1 I.ot 63 and all 64 N". '01 Midland Ry--S' B. Aultman -- 1P 35 Inc and 7 to 10 Inc, Illiick '- M. John.ton._________ $.60
i to clear and whiten your skin. Lot 66 __ ___Mrs. T. Flake _.__.-...-.. 13.06oxlnll Lots 1, 2, 3. 6. 7, 8 and 10, Ulock 11..--Jame. M. Johnston__________ .8.33
f- Lot 0. Illock 11-----------------------j. If. __________ _
Free Delivery to all Partsof .A Ilnrle "uh-Uh'I.lo. of HecseFoster ____.._ __ .94
\\ Lois 1 and 2. Block 12------------____. Newton 1.15 '
Squeeze the juice of two lemons Late 11:10: K4, fiT sad att. Loin 3 to 8 Inclusive, Block :2. Johnstoh------ +
the City Into a bottle containing three ouncesof Lots 19 and 20, Block n_R. I). Plummer, 1,01Lots iota 4 and 6. Block 18-------------------Jame... M. 2.97 e
M. Johnston.__ __ 1.43
__ _. _
10( and 11 Block II _.I. Ward ,. 1.16 _
n
I orchard white shake well, and you t. -- Lot* end 6. Block 15-n.J. W. Uaker55 __________________- 1.64
__.1. II. \Voodair. Kub.DUUloB of l.st Nicks A l.awsos' Addition.
have of the best freckle .
..oo ooooo..ooooooO. O.Ot a quarter pint _ Lots. 3 and 4, Block 1--______._______- T. Rial.It ._.__ ____ ___ ___.___ 8.25
and tan )lotion, and complexion beati- Luts 3 to 5 Inc______________________Rnnni Graves. _..-----...-.------ 6.36 Lot 9, Block 4_______________n_______ J. John.__-_____?_____-_____,,1.16 h til
tier smal cost. _._ _Unknown _.,__ L15 l .. /
at Lot 8
very very t --------------- -.pl.U. L..d. y
Your grocer has the lemons and M. C. lllaBiehard'B MnblllvUleB of fLo. Bftt. J6 .8 ft w of n e ror of n e 3.f "
&1. e 4... See. 16. Tp. S*. n. 29. ,
Ask Your Grocer any drug store or toilet counter will Lots IR and 29_______________________Sarah Lee Jacob._________._____ 1.15 638.45 ftw 60S ft, n 806 ft, a. run.163 ft.
supply three ounces of orchard white Lets 32 and 83.Kllia Howard .. 1.15 n 33S.45 ft. to H sec or city line .

for a few cents. Massage this sweetly Lets 27. SO, 31, 84 to 4& Inc.,-Unknown _. 395 then e 140 ft------------ _____.p. M Btaultw... .___ __ 21.95
.. '.. 01 L0 ST. Beir. 588.8 ft w of V4 of e"% ------ -
fragrant lotion into the face, neck \V. KI.. "Bnt.-DlTl.loB n e runes .
tic ''in H. Martin ---------------- S B5 332.48 ft w 163 ft, 108 ft. w
arms and hands each day and see how Toots Let 26 and_._____:::::::;:::__:::::::::: C. Living.ton ____,,- s.ss ft. n 138.45 ft, to H seo or city line 345., v' '"' <.r.

: freckles and blemishes disappear and 133 fret then e 608 ft to bearS --_ .f:_...;. lift
CHEEKNEAisCOFFEES S..der. NnhniTUloaN. of. -------------t1nknow.. ________ __.
how clear, soft and white the skin .be w H w 34. legs. beg n e c.rl run. "" .' '
;
Lot'lf.onr.U: _M. B. Cuppett 1.13 s &341 ft, w to w bdy sec 15, then n' "I ;
comes. Yes! It is harmless. -_ ;- 33) tt. a to bear; also less, beg 17SU \. :':
I. PI.Ie.... SBb-UlrUloB o( Lot T'. I'.05 ft n of e> cor Sea 15, run. n 665%' -.1..' "
v Lot. 7. And 10______________________][. L. McLauren ,.-...-.------.- It. w 134 ft. n 666H ft. 184 __-- .. 'V lIf' ;'
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS W. It. Farmer's U..Io-DIYI.I. *fLota's N % ofse \4of.e % and ntK-otA ?

Vnd (Troves :. I.a: U0 \4of50 4ofse24.Sec. \6. Tp. ,
; 18---------------------I. .Uey .., -. 8.85 21i. R *9----Bwek-B>B>--!.w..----_____ 15.01
N FOR 'IiBLICAT.Ol'l. Lot. 19 and 14 to 2... Inc._-_- ; - H H of e V4 of w K of w tt, Sec..0. Co Lringelo..e.___,,.----- ".

TIpE Irn pert Park Sab-DlTUlOB *f Lot 16, Tp. 26. R. f9.........___.._ --5. n. -Aull ma. ___.------y.1. 1175 ,

Best By Every Test o..rt..tot at "r,, at -- -- 3.95 4 ..

1t Notice]& I. hereby given that Thomas Lot Lots 48 41 and and 44 42-----------.___-,--------{f-Vn Johnston Bro ._--_-..____________ 17.15 e 0. W. OVBH8TRBET! Tax C.Ueeten, 4.By d

A. For., of Orange Center Fla.. who Robert Baa A.Usios. f J. a. GlLBEIlT. D. O,'
1.45
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; .666 .cures chills and fever.' 32-10t on> September It 1016, made ,Home All .{ Bionic; g L.r_.. __-._i.--. .-.Amr. Uodge. CT__ -,_ "1' ..,
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: EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE'VALLEW GAZETTE, FRIDAY, AUGUST IB, 1918.COLORED ai\ : I


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I Ir VOILES ;en'ue Rose,' Special 40es,.wide j 39c per yd.DOLLAR ;




Yellow LIMIT STORE

o. w. ptRSONa COMPANY propri.ton
.to.............0. .0. .to..06.....0....00+.00..00 0..... K < < o H 0+< fr4C e "O+O+O-O OH OH+HH OO.U O"HOO H H"O'UtU, UU to..

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.OOOOOOOO.O The guests included, Misses Violet

Mi : Bullock, Margaret and Mattte Stanford BARTON. LAKEMr. & c0'

fr Notes : Lois Johnson, Mamie Pilley, ..oU
Society $ and Mrs II. P. Tindall'
$ t
: Dot and Joe Maklnson, Elizabeth
} tained a number at their home
.
y Ledbetter Kathleen Bearden, Marie visiting friends at their new"home

Iluddlcston, Norma Griffin, Gladys Lake Hart last Friday night, in

Smith; Messrs.' Dick and Ned'' Bullock or of the home-coming of Mr. S. ,

? Request b made to all patron of the Valley Gazette to lend item. Roscoe Robersofl, Frank BryanT dall'. brother, ,Sergt. Homer I
Bert Wells, Walter Bass, Roy Graves,
.f S.ciety'Events Jo )the Editor for publication! in these column. t Will Mason Tiller. Roy Brink, Bazil Co.. B, 124 Infantry, now stationed
Wheeler .
Camp Georgia.
Hamilton, Lawrence Griffin and Jack
P'A . . .'. . . . . was granted a four-day furlough
"" 'Y'--'" .... ......". .--..rv"oyyv.e"VVV'VV"o.'''''''''''''''''''''' '''''''''''''''''' .a Holliday. Mrs. S.: II. Bullock, Sr, visit, home '
preparatory leaving
... and Mrs: Bullock, Jr\\: and Mrs. II. C. Costs
--- and went together to. the ButtorlT \\ France."

.1| SURPRISE FOR' MR.. PERSONS! home, on Emmett street. The even- Stanford' chaperoned the party.' :The young folks enjoyed
*- + \\', II. S
ing was pleasantly spent playing ;ames out, in tho open while the
Mr. Geo. W. Persons received the A NARROW ESCAPE '
r, surprise of !his life last Friday even-' games and. singing popular tmngs and hostess and some willing Profits
What might have rsulted in a '
Later, a delicious ice cream course. very t>prepared a chicken. pilleau at a
Ing when a number of his friendsmet. serious accident ,occured 'last Friday
at his .home and made In was served. is' fire near: by., When everything
merry It the
evening. custom of-Mr. and
The guests included Misses Gladys ,
made the
ready for bountiful
/ honor or his birthday. .Gnffis Mamie Pilley Mary Tiller, Mrs. J. L.' Sparling; to take their, sup the alarm and I I
; was, given the m I
had Invited
Mrs.
Mr. and A. W. Bailey in the
perout country. While '
Elizabeth Ledbetter, Violet Bullock, motorI in which the folks '
I games young
Mr. and Mrs. Persons out to nff along the rood, just at the point do think
Lois Overstreet, Williametta Sibert. you
so busily engaged, was. quickly
supper, and the conspirators! gath1 where Osceola count1c',1,
and
Orange ,
Dorolny 'Wells
Martha Hello and denced to the
one game "run f
1 ered in their-absence, going: into the Lillian. Harris, ; Messrs.:.Dick Bullock, loin, at about; 15 miles an hour, they 1 your supper." costs

house'wit1Jout' turning on the 'Ii hts. C. II, Summers, Murray Overstreet, were startled to hear a rifle shot. 1 '\Var' cake was served as,

Attorney"Milton Pledger acted as Walter Bass, Gerald Rivers, Roscoe The bullet struck the front upright I land I the writer wisches to say)

"lookout, and gave several raise'alarms Roberson, Verne Wilson Bert Wells, which, holds up the top and went ,:i this particular war cake! was just beef, cure hides, and I

before the Persons' car final- Frank Bryan, and Gordon ButtorR.IF through the middle of the windshield, I I delicious as had it been peace all the numerous by, y
ly stopped in front.of the house con- making a fairly clean break. It was I .
taining Mr. and Mrs. Persons and | THE BUILDING CIRCLE -j I lucky that, Mrs. Sparling was at the i made from'Edith pure white wheat flour. ?
Miss McLain
_;, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey. 1- .- 1- wheel at the left side. If she) had I. joined
Mr. Persons was sent into the The Building Circle of the.-Baptist been siting on the right side the !bullet with Srgt.this Tindall in the honor the meat for two or

house on some pretext, alone, and church met at Mrs. Marion Carson's would have certainly killed her.', which delightful e before shipment ?
was given, this being her 13th birthday.
:boldly advanced to the center table, Monday afternoon, with Mrs. Carson .tfr. Sparling made a search in. the .
:
I Those who will find it'hard
switching on the electrollier and and Mrs. F. C. Bryan, as 'hostesses. vicinity but was unable to discover Forget this It to all parts of
pleasant evening, were:
:flooding the room with light.: There Ice tea and cake were served and the anybody. He thinks that some Ir-
Srgt. Homer Tindall, Mr. and Mrs. II.P. in special refrige
was a'moment of breathless expectation collection amounted to Those must have been .
$33.19. responsible party
Tindall, Mrs. M. P. Tindall, iced daily?
when someone made a slight present were, Mrs Falls, Mrs. Kerz- shooting just to ,hear the rifle go off. children, Mr. and Mrs. Wash Tyson ,

noise, ,causing the unwitting host to berg, Mrs. E. S.: Hall, Mrs. Earl Lup-' ,V. 8. 8 .. ...
Mr. and Mrs. David Hart, Mr. .
glance up, when with a startled look I 'er, Mrs. Edgar Oliver, of Savannah, WHAT TO PLANT THIS MONTH Mrs. David Smith, Miss Lygia Lane u it in hundreds of

upon his face he threw up his hands Mrs. Carson Farmer, Mrs, A. S. Gilbert AND NEXT. A.J. houses, each with its
Miss Edith McLain, Mr. and Mrs.
and staggered back, collapsing into Mrs. II. Mrs. N. C.
Lightsey, ?
----- Lane, Mr. Puke Tindall, Mlsa plant
the lap of a lady behind him. George Bryan, Mrs. II. M. Breaker Mrs. L.S .
.
The Department of Agriculture of Callie, Ruth and Nell Sullivan,
; was_ so startled and surprised that it Farmer Mrs. Ross Graves Mrs.
,
f Florida publishes the following crop- Bass and Edith Niswronger; Messrs.Gilmore deliver it to the retailer
took several minutes for him toretgain \ t. E. Hilton, Mrs. N. B. Carson, Mrs.
:1
lanting information: Sullivan, Hobson Bass, Howard
fresh in less s
and -
t, his equilibrium. Croxton Mrs. I I
Rep Floyd, Mrs T. J. "
North And West Florida. and Dewey Tyson, of East Lake
,t Mrs!: Persons, being in the conspiracy Woodall,Mrs. Barclay, Mrs. Thad Oliver weeks after dressing?
and Sherman Hart of Fort Pierce.
had prepared games and Mrs J. D. Jeffords, Mrs. Jones, AUGUST-Beans, Beets, Cauliflower -
seed, Cabbage, Carrots Cowpeas, Mr. and Mro. E. W. Smith of Kisslmmee
prizes for the occasion, and the merriment Mrs. Waring and Miss Myrtle Collier Cucumbers Collards Eggplants, Irish visited Barton Lake Sunday.I i

p was entered into by the as- Potatoes, Kale Kohlrabi. Okra, OnIons I McLain Company did all this
t Mr. and Mrs. O. C. are
sembled guests with all the zest of,a I WHEELER-BASS. If | Rape, Rutabagas, Salsify, Spinach -
H pecting their eon, Srgt. Lee at an expense of
crowd of youngsters, Squash. Tomatoes, Turnips, Celery -
The' birthday cake, with a numberof The home of Rev. and Mrs. E. Lee seed. |of Camp Wheeler, home on a cents per pound of
Smith, 315 North Main street, was SEPTEMBER- Brussels Sprouts, (days furlough within the next day
colored candles (which we failed Beets. Cabbage, Carrots, Cauliflower McLain has just passed I an average
the scene of a quiet wedding Sunday so. Srgt
{ to count) was brought forth, and re- plants. Celery plants, Collards, Cow. '
evening at 8 o'clock, when Miss' CoraL I ntisfactory examination to enter of a cent a pound.
freshments of ice, cream and cake peas, English Peas, Irish Potatoes,
':were, served. Wheeler, daughter of Mr. J. II. Kale, Leeks, Lettuce Mustard, Onion Officers Training School,
Wheeler, of Fort Christmas, became sets, parsnips; Radishes, Rape, Rutabagas to a commission.A. .
.' Among the presents were a handsome the bride of Mr. Chins Bass of Salsify, Spinach Turnips. J. Lane and family are busy yourself how little
silver thermos bottle boxes of
Rev. Smith Central 'Florida.AUGUSTBeans picking castor beans: Mr. Lane and profit had
Cissimmeet performed
iclgas, cuff and collar buttons, etc.
When the time arrived theSruests he ceremony, which was witnessed Beets, Cabbage, a .fine crop of these beans asd so far paid for beefsteak. '
for
only by relatives and friends.-Orlando Cauliflower seed, Carrots, Cowpeas,"the armyworm that is reported destroying
to take their departure, Mr. 2ress, Cucumbers, Collards, Egg- -
these beass throughout
r b Persons had fully recovered from his Reporter-Star. plants, Irish Potatoes. Kale, Kohlrabi,
v Okra, Onions, Rape Rutabagas, Sal- State, has not made their .
surprise, and declared he was ready 1 r
I LAUNCH RIDE I sify", Spinach, Squash, Tomatoes Tur- in this neck of the woods. U.S.A.
to. have another the
,
,surprise party t t nips Windsor Beans Celery seea. Mr. ,Archie McLain, who left f
following night., Misses Violet Bullock and 'Norms ,
SEPTEMBER Brussels( Sprouts,
Those who enjoyed the evening Griffin entertained a party of friends Beets, Cabbage. Carrots, Cauliflower some time ago to accept a position t'r .9\\
and D. plants, Celery plants, Collards, Cow. with a Georgia: packing concern. U I 9I
were: Dr. Mrs. J. Sibert, Mr.and with a launch ride and picnic supperat t'a I
Cucumbers. Irish now foreman, of a large packing
Mrs. L. II. Ingram, Mr. and Mrs. Paradise Island'Friday afternoon, peas English Peas, : .
Potatoes Kale, Leeks. Lettuce Mus- house in West Virginia.
'1\{. O. Wells Mr. and Mrs Otis Stevens in honor of Miss Gladys Smith, of tard. Onion sets Parsnips. Radishelll. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lane have .t

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Paulk, Mr. New Smyrna, and Jack Holliday, of Rape: ,- Rutabagas, Salsify, Spinach, last received authorative word that
and Mrs. J. J. McCranie, Mr. and Jacksonville. EnJoying' the ride were, Squash. Turnips. ) CHRISTIAN CHURCH

.'.Mrs. A. W. 'Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. J. Misses Smith, Mary Tiller, Ethel. Titusville, Kissimmee Tampa And their attached son,to Loyal his I original*, is safe unit and in again the 10:00-Sunday School.

iD. Woodbeck, Mr. and Mrs. George Gilbert Violet Bullock and Norma Southward. A. E. F. 11:00--Sermon.

'Gardner, Mr. and Mrs/ Milton Pledger //Griffin; Messrs. Dick Bullock, Will AUGUST-Beans (snap), Cabbage We -understand that Rev. Falls, of 6:45: -Y. P. S. C. E.
Mr. and Mrs.. W. B. Harris, Mr. Mason Tiller, Roy Graves, and Jack seed. Cantaloupes' Carrots, Cauliflower 7:3o-Sermon.
;. wind Mrs. J. L. Overstreet Miss Mal- Holliday. seed, Collards, Cowpeas. Cucumbers Kissimmee, has :returned from ft The Prayer meeting (each Wednesday i a J
Eggplants, English Peas, trip to Georgia, and will fill the pulpit "
"Joy:; Miss Ouida Malloy, and Miss. t DANCE AT COUNTRY CLUB t : Irish Potatoes, Kale, Kohlrabi, Lettuce here Sunday, the 18th. Some I ; evening at 7:30. L. A. S. each Thur.'j i
i 'Dixie White. day.
? Mustard, Onions, Pepoers. Rad-
think he might bring along some of
+ + ashes Pumpkins. Rape, Rutabagas, -. Junior C. E. each Friday at 9:00:
iJ 1 SURPRISE PARTY It I The, young set gave an' informal Spinach, Squash. Swiss Chard, Toma- those delicious Georgia peaches, justto the a. m.
t 4. + dance at the Country Club Friday toes. Turnips Windsor Beans. show us what they look like. ,
.Mr, and Mrs. P. C. Buttorff entertained evening, complimenting Miss Gladys SEPTEMBER- Brussels Sprouts, We wish to express our appreciation Young Ladies' Circle meets each

r Wednesday evening with a Smith, of New Smyrna, and ,Jack Beets. Cabbage, Carrots, Cauliflower to the pretty girls and bright second Sunday. ,
plants, Celery plants, Collards Cow- C. W B. meets the first .
surprise party in honor of their son Holiday, of Jacksonville, who were peas. Cucumbers English Peas, Irish young men who, have frequently visited in each month. Friday ...." ':

Gordon, who returned this week guests at the C. W. Griffin home. Potatoes, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Mosard our Sunday School from other our Church Board
from New York, where he has been.attending The young'people made merry withan Dmons sets. Parsnips. Radishes, places. meets first Sunday /1

school. attractive program of dancing Rape, Rutabagas, Salsify. Spinach, Remember, Rev. Falls of Kissimmee afternoon each month. .

The guests met at the 'home of numbers, and refreshing fruit punchwas Squash, Turnips.W.. 8. a. fills the pulpit here Sunday, the to services.You are cordially invited to our

Miss Violet Bullock on Clyde avenue, served thrbughout the evening. Subscribe for the Valley Gazette. I 18th. We shall try to make all visitors I
welcome. 31-tf. W. II. Coleman, Pastor ;
- t
I Some of our people report having -
<<
I heard strange noises way up in the 4

Ip I air off toward Orlando some weeks To .
!ago. Can it be that some of those get GoT 0 S

birds which are giving the Kaiser no

end of concern are making their appearance '
.
Cash
here? :
-
School 1 will open here'' the first

Monday In September. Miss Edna

! :< . CHOOSING WISELY Canada, of Fort Xmas, is teacher.Mr. ..i

Marion Tindall has enlisted in >

the U. S. Navy, and left last Saturday

for Key West.

.
There are always many BETTERS but there U only one BEST. W.N.IIMETHODIST CHURCH-- and Fresh Meat '

Preaching by the Pastor Sunday at
There are many reasons why you should have a strong, helpful 11 a. m. and 8p. m.
kt<'<
Banking conection. Rest.Morning' Subject: "The Second full line of Fancy : ;


? s It i i. a'matter of vital importance that you make a wise choice.: Evening subject, "Our Colors. Groceries and
PrayeV meeting Wednesday even- ,
ing will be in charge of the Woman's
4 4 1 This in.titution..ita policies: iu equipment and its service all rep- Missionary' Society. find our deliv

DZ t relent the BEST in Banking, and we invite your investigation of our All are cordially invited to attend .
these services. J. D. Sibert, Pastor. prompt
a ability and willingness to serve you efficiently: and Atufactorilv. w. s.et-
4 "
FAIRY, CONSPIRACY. efficient.
-
The play that was to have beea

\ Citizens Bank ''Pws. .given by Mrs. Persons'Sunday School ON PEED f

,, sr .mMMWIHCUCf tlass: at the Dixie Theater tonight, '
_ has been T) stponed until next Friday
OF KISSIMMEE KUIS&TINGS STAMTS and will be held in the school: audi \ 16

UNITED STATE torium. The proceeds from' the entertainment 4

(i ; '. Tie-Umk wtt la* alffity a.. wiffi ite OOVULMMCMT will gx to the building We appreciate your order*
MIl SERVE fund of the Methodist church j



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