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 23, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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CREASED RATES FOR LIGHTS Judge Murphy Suggested Airship NAMES OF MEN WHO' ARE:1' : ION :


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AND WATER IN KISSIMMEE Ordinance in 1908... OUR COUNTY HONOR ROLL j ;"


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'i: In June, 1917 the city council pass- cents per thousand &,gallons with a When Judge T. M. Murphy was Mayor of Kissimmee in 1908. at The names herein printed Bill. i"

Fid .n ordinance providing certain minimum of 50 cents, or 5000 gal- his suggestion. P. A. Vans Agnew. then city attorney, drew: up an or names BO far handed in to be placedon ]I Clarence Rudolph Ashton.. t f

'regulations for the use of lig-hts andiwster lons. The ,new rates is 15 cents per dinance regulating airship traffic in rCUtimmee. This ordinance our county's. Roll of Honor. "LTldslist .'Bailey.ElmerE. F.' Baker 1

,and. materially reducing the thousand gallons with a minimum- of with the following comment was published in the Valley' Gazette on includes,the drafted reed,- and all Josh Barber, 2nd Lieut., Company* I '
one, dollar, or 6600. gallons. July 17 1908 he volunteers whose names could begotten 124th Infantry "'
price of these commodities to the con- The deposits remain the same, AIRSHIP ORDINANCE SUGGESTED in a short space of time. Wm. 'Claudius Barber, "

I 1 eumer. '. $10.00 for lights and $2.50 for water. .' '. ,'{ The cooperation of all, the person Clarence Dan M. Barber.Millard Barber ? I f.-, '

Since that time the cost of fuel As a concrete! example of the Increase Mayor Takes Time by, Forelock and Suggests Legislation for Future" interested in having this list complete Jim Everette Barber. 1. ,{ a
labor and supplies have advanced tot in cost of operation, Collector '' Ceal Dreade.. ,'* is earnestly "desired., Walter Lester, Barclay. i> i
\""h an extent that it was found tm- Thomas cited ,the fact that in 1917 ... 't.f Please send in any other names Neil Bartlett. ?

possible to continue to run the plantat the cost of fuel was $500 per month; For modernity in its 'mayor, Ki iaun.. may safely and boldly which should be added. We want the Albert Raymond E. Bearden.Bearden. .',
present rates without leaving a this' year they are paying $600 per the list to be most complete. This .
challenge companion with the entire municipal universe.We Ira Best, .B Company 124th Inf 1
considerable deficit to'be met 'from month and the best figures they have venture to say:that neither in France, where Santos Dnmoot can, be accomplished only' with your Otto Bleech. r''' '
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other, sources. been able to secure for next year is and Henri Fannan James Booth.' ., "'> r 4
arewlready'carrying air route help.These
by
For' this reason the council met in $1,000 per month' The council con- in where. passenger ; nor names should be sent to Miss Theodore Bowen.. t.s. ittf.; I .
Germany of
a syndicate. powerful capitalists is now organising -
adjourned session siders the Helen Bass, who has of compiling Eugene C. Bryan Capt., Headquar:, '. .
on Monday nigJat1aet latter price exhorbitant, '. charge ,
gigantic Ainhip Company for the inauguration of freight and ters Co.-, Camp Gordon. ,
and passed a, new ordinance to however, and is arranging for' the the list. The list will. be published Nathan L
service between.the has Bryan. ; I. :
pajengert European capitals, attempt yet 1'1. ,
take the place. of the old,"-which In- city to"'handle its >own wood. Two been made' to regulate airship traffic with appropriate any municipal ler- each 'week,, until ,",complete. Dave Bryan ""1\1"_;1,,:, i u:

creases the rates oh lights 25 per trucks have been purchased for haul .. When this 1 la/accomplished,,the Girls' Bob BF'lock.! Sergeant Engineers. Ai'P ,
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cent and water 50 and have islation.Determined' Patriotic League to be able to I E, "W'JT.
on cent. effective hopes
..per ,, ing ,negotiations already that KissSmmee shall not, be caught: napping when Joe Butler. V( .
September first. been 'closed for securing the fuel cut secure; a. service flag' for the county Eddie ,
the new means of locomotion shall burst an astonished atmosphere Campbell.
The rates lights is 8 and corded in the woods. upon and the city with full number '
present on our Lawrence Carr. : Canadian Army, in
k Mayor T. M. Murphy has prepared the following ordinance designed
, cents per K. W., with a dollar minimum Collector Thomas states. that he tars thereon.( France. ,
,' to regulate airship. traffic the passage of which will be immediately walt-but Marion B. Carson,'Capt. 51st Regu*'. i ila
The new rates Is 10 cents perK (has heard from a number of, placesin Do not, send the names .
recommended to the council in special .A. E. ,1
a F. *
W., with a doll.r.minimum. This South Florida, and Kissimme.'sprices message. s In at onthat they may on the 'lists rs ,
As piece of l formulated Nathan B. Carson Jr., Marines:
a original municipal legislation, to meet 5 ,,
increases the price to everybody using on lights and water are still it is published next week. Harper Caaler.H '
the demands of entirely novel this ordinance will .
practical problem
more than 8"K. W.. per'month. lower than .any other city in this section an DeWilton',111derman. C., Cathcart. ""
doubtless serve as a model to municipalities throughout the civifized Alen E. Armstrong.Tom or'
The present rate, on water is 10I of the state. _. .
u world. Arnold. (Continued On Page Eight),* 1
AN ORDINANCE. I w WWWWW -. ,

AVIATORS ARE OFFERED FREE An ,Ordinance Within the Regulating Town' of Kisslminee the Status and. Employment of Airships II I WALTER LAWSON WOUNDED .

Be It Ordained'by the Council of the Town of Klssimmee City: I ,
I 4 Section 1. For the purpose of this ordinance, the boundaries. I '
USE.OF" the town and-the boundaries of the airship limit of the town shall beheld I'' '

COUNTRY CLUB HOUSE to extend upward In a vertical direction for a distance of twenty FLYING BEHIND HUN LINESSomewhere. :

five miles in the sky; and the air limit of the town shall. be the sameas ,

-:--- that of the fire limit of the town. -______ __ L 1Somewheee
Three airplanes from Dorr Field lake shore in front of the club house Sec. 2. It shall be unlawful for anT person, firm or corporation to ' +
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July ,
to the landing grounds.LANDING keep'an airship shed barn or pr.ie for the stalling or repairing of
Arcadia, stopped over here _early Dear, Father-In .spite of your Dear' Father:-Your most welcome,
w' .. L-- airships, or an airship station, depot Or terminal for the shipment or '
Sunday morning and made a brief FIELD) MUST BE good, advice\ and on the same day letter of 'June 12th ,received yester
discharge of freight and passengers/ within the airship limit*withoutthe v
visit, leaving later for St. Augustine AT LEAST 2000 FEET SQUARECol. permission of the Council, which privilege shall be subject. to revocation that I received your letter' of Juno day. It.was the first on*.I have, received -'
7th, whl.ch'waa: July.'SOth: I went in'some time.' Seems as though
end Jacksonville. They stopped again at any time upon six:; months ._tlee.
., J. E Fechct, commanding of- ''and got in the way of a piece of Boche our mall is i decreasing 'wftfe time instead ,
f aihd Sec. 8. Every firm or corporation keeping airship .
their back an
Monday on way got fleer of. the aviation fields at Arcadia, person annual high explosive. I w.. 'ten'' miles of increasing as you. wduld ex.* V.
shed, barn or shall an license tax of hundred
garage one
pay
gasoline for their machines. has written the committee appointed behind the Bodhe line and was hit pact it to, and the part that,hurts,lathe '
dollars ($100.00) for each such place of business, the same totbe collected '
; 'The machines landed on the lakeshore to, secure a landing field at Orlando/ at, 8:15 p. m., July 30th. Made it fact that we know the folks back 'it]
in like manner other licenses.
as
below the, club house and while I giving' the following necessary specifications back to the field though without the home 'are writing' oven more than' '
See. 4 An annual license
tax Is hereby imposed all airships
hero Sunday were told of the desire I for such field:. upon 'loss'of much blood and without _- ever,.and still we receive) no malL' '
kept! or used for hire within the town the same to be collected from
of the citizens of the city to make a I 1. In compllence with .your requestof lag consciousness. was hit in the It has been raming practically'all'' 4
the of such ..
owner airship In like 'other licenses. Said '
landing station at Cape Breeze andon yesterday I am sending you the license tax' shall be follows manner right .breast pretty high UP''' and it day; which-of, course! ;"meena-'a"day'
their return looked over that field :requirements' suitable. auxiliary granted as : was only'a, small piece that hit me', of idleness for us; and ,after' three I
; .,, .,. :a.P] --.Stationary, twenty dollars tO20.Mi'powerless, thirty
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before landing. They'->decidedL, however landing field.. '* so I -am al.-dy'o. the worst'partof months ,of;work'over'"tfce'lines,, ..\- rv
dollars (30.00 dirigible fifty dollars (ISO.M.
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.that it was not so safe as the I 2. (a) Space: 2,000 by 2,000 feet,, ; it:. I hope yon aB have not been appreciate'; day of safety occasionally
cl*"house landing, and accordingly .free of ditches hummocks stumps, Flying .Macbinea-Aeroplanes, one' hundred dollars ($100.00); officially .notified that I bave.b. -. without in anyway feeling1 that,
helicopters one hundred and fifty dollars ($150.00) ,
II and soft wet. Field marked ; ornithopters, wounded for would not 'out '
alighted again at that place. spots. by you we are beating or sWridngrfor
two hundred dollars all other three hundred onlye
($200.00) dollars
While the latter place is not so con- .a cross of sand or'lime; 'thirty foot ($300.00): : ; types, how serious 'H is and would the Boch. cant 'work either, and:"a- 4

"txenient to the pedestrians as Cape arms, three feet wide. worried l unnecessarily I am in a. day offence in a while is absolutely '
Breeze, it is the best we can do for I (b) A small cheap building for in the Said amounts shall be increased according to carrying' capacity, good American hospital and receive necessary in this game 'At_ onetime,
following rates "
th, present and has been mowed and storage of.funnels oil, gasoline. eta, : the best of care, and near the squadron I thought I did not possess "any
cleared,, of all obstruction. by road 'provided with lock. Five to fifteen passengers/ 10 per cent increase; fifteen to thirty too, so all of my friends visit me nerves, but since getting 'in this ; i

superintendent L. R. Farmer and is I (c) Telephone connection.d passengers 20 per cent increase; thirty to sixty passengers, frequently' so you see Iam in pret- game, I find that I have an abundance .

now ready for the aviators at' anytime I'. (d) Arrangements to buy gasolineany 35 p cent. Increase; sixty to one hundred passengers, 80 per tent t y good condition. Don't you all wor- of them and that they are not

l they care to use it. The flyers time planes arrive; to be paid for Increase; one hundred to five hundred passengers, 100 per cent Increase ry about m.. Dad for-.I am really not buried very deep etthcfr 'forj they '.

have also been tendered free use of by" the government ; ey'.r five hundred" to one thousand.ers., 200 1 per cent.' increase seriously wounded. and will be out of are certainly easy to.touch"offattimes' .\,1

; the club house and free entertainment (e) Polethirty feet high to float ; one thousand passengers, 400 per,cent. Increase. the hospital in a couple of three : '. r

N, as often as they will come, and megaphone wind-vane eighteen inches See. S. For the purpose of encouraging the transportation of weeks. Write Elaine ;please, and I was scheduled for two trips over: '

i; .... are invited to stay as long as they by eight feet. freight by aerial common carriers. no tax whatever shall be Imposedupon comfort hey for I know she wiU be today; one at day break, which is !,
I ... can obtain leave of absence. I (f) Field should be on or near any aerial common carrier for the term .of fifteen :years from worried. about 8:30 over here and another

>Superintendent Farmer had his road in case of crashes to enable us the date of this ordinance. Give my regards to all. With love later in She morning1. That n more

.i road gang out yesterday arid madea to get our wrecking truck to the See. 6. No powerless balloon,. aeroplane,'helicopter ornithopter and best wishes. Lovingly, your son, than one. man usuaDy'attempts in a '
or other type of flying macfiine airship shall travel streetor .
passable way for autos along the. plane. or upon any WALTER.WALTER .
,"<' alley of the town within ten feet of the surface at .U, or within R. LAWSON. "
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twenty ,feet of said surface at a speed greater than eight miles per - "
hour; or within fifty feet at a speed greater than fifteen miles an !,

LOAFERS AND SLACKERS TO hour; or within 'one hundred feet at a speed greater than twentyfivemiles .
ROMA THOMAS'
RESIGNS AS
.: an, hour; or within two hundred feet at a speed greater than -

fifty miles an hour; or within fire hundred feet at speed greater than ,

i FIGHTFlorida ore hundred miles an hour; or,_within one thousand feet at a speed '
BE MADE TO WORK OR '
3 greater than than two hundred miles an hour. CASHIER OF STATE BANK! .
Sec. 7. It will be unlawful for the occupant or occupants of any

'''' _- balloon either stationary, powerless or dirigible or aeroplane helicopter .

is about to see a great''' you enter some of the restaurants, omithopter, or other type of flying machine or airship to drop,

change:;,In many of its mercantile es- ,you will be greeted- by a smiling girl throw, discharge or otherwise eject any'substanee, fluid or solid from Roma' Thomas, the popular cashier ed in social, church and fraternal clr- ;

well in the stands. waitress and very shortly' every job such airship upon any 'of the streets, alleys or parks, or public or of the State Bank Of Kisslmmee, has des.J..
tablishments as as .
of that nature will .be held by the private lots blocks or buildings within the town. ., D. Jeffords who has been with
tendered his resignation the directors
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,:, From now on the government expects fair sex Sec. 8It shall be unlawful for any such balloon or airship to the State Bank in the capacity of

every man to do his duty I in the The call for labor I Is BO great that collide with break destroy, deface or otherwise damage any electric of that institution and expects collector, bookkeeper and teller respectively

war work and they do not expect the State Advisory Labor Board representing telephone telegraph wires or poles, or any part of any public building to leave Kissimmee the first of September for nine years, has

any man of military! age to hold a the U. S. Department of I. or other public property within the town. for Patterson' Ga., where he been selected by the directors to succeed -

J position which a woman can hold, Labor is about to issue an order Sec:. 9. All such balloons or airships shall be properly equipped will reside in the future. Roma Thomas .. cashier of that .>

:. during the duration of the war. For necessary for every restaurant and with, and shall u.e. such bells, whistles or horns, brakes, lights aDd Mr. Thomas has purchased an interest popular institution. Mr. Jeffords has '

this reason, Robert Gamble Florida hotel to release their man-labor and other signaling and controlling apparatus, and nets, parachutes flying with :his brother in a large grown up In' the banking business ,.

'. Director U. S. Public Service Reserve for every public chauffeur, yard-man belts and artificial wings, and>ther safety apparatus as are prescribed general mercantile. business at Patterson :and is thoroughly familiar with every

;, is notifying the various people butler, and men in this class of }work by the rules and regulations adopted and enforced by the aeronauticand ,- and will take an active partin detail of the work. He is popularand

through the state, such as office to immediately secure positions in aerostatic bureaus of the United States government; the management of the business. I obliging and no better man could ,

building; department stores, and war work. See. 10. As soon as practicable, the Council) shall purchase an Ha has been with the State Bank for have been selected to fill the:vacancy -

other large institutions' to replace Mr; Gamble,. in talking this situation aeroplane of approved modern type for the use of the' marshal in the welve years and has a ,host of caused by the resignation of Mrs t

their man-labor as quickly as possible over, states that the new draft performance of hii public duties, and to enable him to properly enforce friends throughout the county who :Thomas;

with w.t\an-labor. Elevators in law will be in effect within'a 'Very few the provisions of this ordinance. will regret to leant of his decision to Otis Stevens, who recently accept'

the large buildings of Jacksonville 1 Sec. 11. Any violation of any of the provisions of this ordinance to'leave. ed the position of bookkeeper for the--'

tare now being manned by girls. As (Continued on, Page 4) shall be punished upon conviction, by a fine of not more than five Mrs. Thomas is also exceedingly bank will succeed Mr. Jeffords. tel. '
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hundred dollars, imprisonment in the town calaboose for not popular here and will be sadly miss ler. H I'
i or by J :_____________________ ____ ____ ; rC
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more than ninety days,or both such fine and imprisonment.. <. ?.:

1,000 NAMES WANTED. I ,.'

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NASSAU COUNTY VOTED LICENSE- NOt NECESSARYTO Must Register August 24' ", ,

Parties having friends or acquaintances in the North who might DRY BY, 250 MAJORITY PURCHASE SULPHUR

be induced to come to Florida, either at visitors or permanent settlers, -' .
send in list of with Fernandina, Aug. 12.-(Special)- Sulphur may be procured: from "
are requested to a them correct: : names and addresses ;
this office. Nassau county went "dry" today bya druggists and others without explosive All men who have reached the age of:21 years since June,5th.

to majority of 250 votes, after an exciting 1918 are required to register before the. Local Exemption Board .t'
'if license. It was a mistake the
The county commissioners have authorized the Gazette to send out ( campaign,adding another county under the Court House at.IGuimmee..,August.,24th., which order- i i in accordance

1.000 copies of the paper. to 'prospective' visitors and settlers for the to the state's'-dry list. Prior to people were laboring when with the proclamation'of the President-of:;the United States,,.
today's voting' 'Fernandina. baa been they; thought a license to Bell'or ,.
'next four months. No name*.of persons. living in Florida or foreign purchase There is a heavy penalty for failure to comply with this order.. s 4s
an oasis for many Jacksonville peo sulphur was required, so we are .
countries will accepted.. informed by Explosive Inspector ,C ydP

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KISSIMMEE! Vll I Pv GAZETTE! rntrtAY,. AUGUST 94. mi*. / ""t '

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,.' Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is all WOMAN'S' HOME GUARDS, .

I that it is claimed to'be and I will WILL GO TO DAYTONA JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY
LINCOLN HOLLY. Ph.D.. Lltt.D.r4J-.D.. Prssldsnt. D.L.n
.always;: ikeep it in the house as it is all that. I SEND NOW FOR A CATALOG.

need for children and Mrs. Wells, as commander of Che, world may be made safe for a free THE. GRADUATE DEPARTIENT-D"lI're' of Mallter of Arts and 3d.T'14 .
.. folks
.: : my grown as well.I Woman's Home
Guards of KJssimm- people; and I. wish to congratulate COLLK'CJR OF !LIBERAL ARTS FOR MF.lN-Tweny-on! depart-
do.not hesitate to recommend Dr. Caldwell's mee, is i in receipt of the following you on .the conception of this, COLLBtaBnOF .
TillS WOW EX-A "! dean and
LIBERAL ART'S FOR woman'
letter from movement; to commend you upon the t, j j
Syrup Pepsin to friends. Capt. L. J. Cowan InvitIng separate dormltorle.
my ability to give it life; and to assure i THE, cord .Eun OF LAW-r-Oraduatea! practice In Florida without cx.aminatlon. :.
her
organization .
From a letter to Dr. Caldwell written to be present you that the Woman Home '
bY\ Guard THE COI.LKUH of ENGINEERING-Coursrs; in engineeringleading to
.. . I Mrs Either Porter Harrel.on, George- I at the State Encampment of Home movement will go down to I d..r..e.' ,
\ your posterity THFJ COILEIJi] for Florida tea : town, S. C. / FOR TKACHRRS-Kspoclally
Guards to be held, at Daytona September with honor. THE COI LEE OK BUSINESS-Uan.klnf, Bookkeeping Shorthand.Typewrltlnll' .

1st and 2nd, which she has As to your acceptance of our invitation TUn AOAniCMT-I'rcpnros. for nil hlgh-orrndo'. collCBTos.THW .
: accepted 'and to' be. present At the Statelfo'me F1CHOI)(. OF MKCHANIO AKTM-For liny! and rounlt'r mon.
states
Dr. that it is
Caldwell'sSyrup expected THE SCHOOL, OF MUSIC-I'IaflOt, orjjatv Iulln l vo and
;i.. that at least fifty members the Guard Celebration and Encampment chorus work: ,
to' be. held in this THE'SClitMJL OF FINE ARTS. C
company and the band will attend. city on
In this connection Mrs.' Wells also September 1st and 2nd, I feel that, SPECIAL. ATTENTION IS CALLED TO
Pepsin 1. The Pn-llmlaarr ( oara* .. Airrlmlturf-Botany. niolowy. Organic and
stated that over five thousand dollars you cannot 'possibly afford not to be Inorganic Chemistry (qunlltatlveimd quantitative ftunljsl",),' A.tl'- ...
had been subscribed for represented by at least a ''majority of cultural Chemistry, MlniTiiloKV Qeolony. etc. ,'
War Savings :a. The frr-Mrrilrnl ('.urs.-I'hysioiOgy. III" 01()'. Anatomj', niict"rlolosry -
: "J'(' TIle Perfect Laxative Stamps "by the members of the" com. your guards. Because the presence: .. histology Znnloirv. Botany it-nornl 'hmliitry Oritanio tnemIstry .
\ : at this time of your entire organization . Qualllxtlva and Quantitative rhemlstry I'liyslcs.
\ pany to'dato. . Si: Tttf ('ura<> r"r HrllHloua ""r".r..ln Jtlbllral Jit4-ratur0.<< .Jll'tory,
: Sold .' Following is-the invitation) including the hand, when Home English, rsycholOfi)', Pedagogy, Kllilc". Logic,. and Thelmii. 3J-U
:\ ; : by Druggists Everywhere Guards from 'all over the Stat of

i ,./, .... '. ,: 50 (Two) Daytona Fla., -Aug. 18, 101S. Florida 'are present, would give to "
/ cts. $1.00 '
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Size. "
,. 0 ,t' Mrs.\ E. E. Well* Woman's Home tho Woman Home= Guard Movement .-.

'. Guard! Commaridcr, Ki'usinimce, Fla. such an impetus 04 it would be im. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE

.A. mild pleasant-tasting combination Dear Madam :-Your most interesting possible to get otherwise. Therefore Ga.lnr.Tlll FOR WOMEN
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( simple. letter of the 14th inst., to Ser- L I wish to again extend our invitationfor ; Mllltarr Tr.l.lmr Umiler Array Offleern |'.llnbn..re

: laxative herbs with pepsin that acts easily and ._. geant W, S. Sn ad, of' the Halifax e'ery member -of your three com-' Course, Chemical In Arts ,and Civil.Sciences. 1 Electrical, Agriculture ..559'Studenis." And 17 States from 1817.18.16 Florida, Total COUll.II. 961*

,. Children',' Home Guard, received this morning ponies and band to bo our honor Teachers'and Mechanical Engineering, Law' Including 'Summer School" and Short
:: naturally. like it and take ( ". College. y
Gour.'rlle '
: willing'Jy. and in absence of Sergeant Snend guMs Curing the encampment. Tuition Free. Bond for Catalog- at once ,for Catalog/

:: (: : ,A.trial bottle can' be obtained by writing to -who. ia. in,New. York,'I will personally As to your transportation; : I should A. A. MtHPIIIIUU, !: President. iimAHI, --.> to:.HA IM. .I'recldea 10-lOt._.

'i epiy) to me same.I think that your members have sufficient

Dr. W. B: Caldwell, 458 Washington Street, .J1:,ve carefully studied the plan I influence to get enough volunteer --- P't ;;"_ ..-, .=, ,'

1 Monlicello! ; Illinois.RUMINATIONS. of your organization: all' outlined in cars to bring them over,. and we TAKING CARE OF SWEET -
; your letter, and I am persuaded that will: see that you get free entertainment - '
_.. ,, POTATOES
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- -' - the Woman Homo Guards
fill
- distinct in
-- - a the\ homes of our citizens REDBCR055HEALING

; place in the winning: of this In your presence here, you will add Not'as large an acreage was planted
Ii.l, T great war -for freedon and democracy to celebration and add the
OF' REX I and our to' establishment i in sweet rotaocs in Florida tH yoir- o cO
; as the American Fghtjng of your movement. '
according tp repjlt' as usual, says
1 I Forces the American! Ked Cross, the Wishing you wonderfuT success in the State Marketing Bureau. II this

. Atlanta Ga., Aug. 3, 1918 1 We know in the morning about whatto Y. M. C. A. and the Home Guaid your work, and trusting that IHFnay l III true, tho need of extreme care I ANTISEPTIC

:My Dear Old Friend-We areseno.ing expect before nigt'and maybe we have their particular functions to have the pleasure of receiving noticeof with the crop is, most essential. Weevils I .

) as you requested a: letter from get it and maybe we don't. It's not: j perform in this world war, so has the, the attendance of a majority. of are doing damage in some localities -' ; :

,, Charlie. You know him of old; well nil fighting, by any means, and many Woman Home Guards a part separate your' members I am, it is said.
he l Is the and individual from all other'or Most respectfully KVFIIY UIIOH IS KUI.I.! OP IIHLP
same rapid' talking chap of the fearful stories that we are yours, From a circular ju8t issued by -th A ..lr tnedr with .nli phC and heeling quaB.tin. .
r
: that he was when you saw him last, told are not so, and Pa, so far as our ;ganizations, to perform that this L. J. COWAN, Capt. It. II. O. Louisana Extension Service, some A caimicide liniment which Ii... prompt
.. .. .. .'l ,,!".!frjlln..h...,,sIn.. ftw.tl10n aland and all mil,.
and if you wish to have this published getting killed is concerned just put - -- --- ---- ------ facts are taken that are worth con. cul.S Iroubl.a. llmake*n.wlriand*dull'. .. ,

",' and this is too much of it, throw up your Hard Shell ideas, and as we branch of the main store, is recognized -[SECRETARY McADOO sidering. It is suggested that th,S Orj_ C.neaiSS.AlDntttatiCa .J,.....
J, a'part We are all well and all as one of the best in the city. That tubers .
way. are here by the Almighty's express ON WAR TAXES be allowed to fully mature be b Br.... Drul Company.lne. Manufacturers
: I send love and best regards. will, and it has been decided be- gentleman has displayed the very I fore digging. J ACK.ONVI U.L; FLORIDAinK

.'. Your sincere!' friend, J. R. Bennett. fore the foundation of the earth, that best of judgment in his selection of The Ways and Means Committeeof To keep sweet potatoes in good,

'; --'I. your boy is to die over here, what is managers. Miss Mattie Wheeler the lower house of Congress is condition they must be ((1)) well ma. is to be obtained from native

At the Front, July 20, 1018. the' use of saying anything about it. succeeds Miss Jenette Prevail. The now considering revenue legislation. tured before digging; ((2)) carefully, ,tock, for they are acclimated.The .

Dear Father-This thiiyr of war Just watch and wait. In the meantime latter was one oT the most thorough Secretary McAdoo favors a flat war- handled; ((3)) well dried or cured after r Northern.grown'potato is not

and fighting: the Germans' is not ,half I the' Germans have not scared going young ladies that our county profits tax of 80 per cent. In a tele- being put in the house and ((4)) kept t the best for summer planting, because

aa bad as I thought i it would be, and our crowd worth a cent, and we have affords, and Miss Mattie is equallyas grom to Chairman Kitchen he says: at uniform 'temperature after they,r as C. K. McQuarrie of the University -

? you need not feel l half as bad for us concluded its not worth our while to i well qualified; friendly) to all, par- "It is my strong conviction that are cured. of Florida extension division

.: as you tell me you do, for that is all dread anything. First, we dreaded tial to'none. In a' business sense she the taxation of genuine war profitsis The grower can judge when hit I I snys the soil is too hot fdr them and

nonsense. .We are having a good the trip across the ocean. After we has given general l satisfaction to all the only way to roach the real war sweet potatoes are ripe by breakin, they rot readily when subject to con-

time'mixed up with the )bad, and after had been out of sight of land for a I those who purchase at the store. profiteering and that it .is at the or cutting one of them and leavin,: kiitions whic1)};. d.ffor: radically from .

i;', we get into this way of living, itconies few days we just simply enjoyed Mabbett street is able and we believe same time a thoroughly Juwtitlable'me it exposed to the air for a few min. those under which they wero grpwn.

% just as natural as home life. sail and when we landed and' the'l does abundantly support the Taylor ure upon economic grounds as r utes. The cut or broken surface, Even where t.hesprlnlC' crop was produced *

.- - ---.--- steady. on, our I legs. and! mixed up a I store. well as a certain and indispensable dries if it is mature, but the surface, from imported seed potatoes'

uttie witn tne rr.riez vous, we Our people have called the last two Droducer of si larafe-' -Dart- - of-- th.-- .* .ra.* remains moist if it is not ready tc produced from: that crop acquire some

thought we were in the best country: : three weeks fearful hot weather,I qui red revenue. dig.The degree of resistance. In fact the

in the world. jor see what these people who have, "The patriotic producers of Am second essential careful handling spring crops a good source for seed

Well at last we were sent to the, ; north to escape the heat way erica should be content if onefifthof should be observed in digging It is better to select small potatoes!

I, front and here we thought our. sure, had to endure. Our thermometer. their war profits are secured to Sweet potatoes should be sorted in I from the size of a hones egg'down, for

enough trouble would begin and Is soaring: high at 92. In some part them, especially when we reflect that the field and gathered in padded bask the autumn crop and to plant tfttjtn"

when we were furnished with those of the north it has frequently reached the 'men who. are dying and fightingIn I ets or boxes to prevent bruising or. whole. ,

gas masks,. with a box in front, and 104 and some reports have carried. France to save the liberties of breaking the skin. The. baskets' or It is also well to sprout the potatoes .

had to be drilled putting them on un- it to 120, but not .having seen that those who staT at home and who boxes should be loaded on the wagon, before planting. Place them on, "p

til it was almost like second nature published, will not vouch for it, but make it possible for them to continuein hauled to the storage house and the a barn floor or in some other sheltered -

.: ,;1 into them when ordered. It published reports were untrue,that business are limited by the act of potatoes carefully placed is the bins. place, where they will have diffused t1 '

.,' .: A day or two after we entered the would certainly be disputed so'we' 'Congress to $396 per year for their When they are to be hauled very 'far, light but not direct sunlight. '4 'lit

..,.'4. ,4bt." trenches. the i (r;,just,"simply'got;*full leave our, northern friends basking, in services ,and have to give ,their blood a wagon with bolster springs should Allow the sprouts become' a quarter ;
; A of the largest 'flying things we had the gentle rays"of ,the sun with the in'the bargain.. "' '.j 'i'.'''Vf'? "J" 'I I be'used. Sweet potatoes' should ,never to'a' half 'inch:long.; When the potatoes ,'

f "W ever saw or ever thought of. They thermometer degrees higher than W. 8. H.IT. be thrown from one row to another are planted they will continue

l' whirled over our heads like things the very best we can do. : SHOULD MAKEA loaded loosly into a wag.on body growing, and the loss' from rotting

.f : possessed with old satan Jiimself., I The declaration by the Supreme MILLION FOR HIM or hauled in bags because either of will be'reduced, to a nnimum.

asked one old buffer what that meant Court that the one-quart-a-month law these practices will bruise them and Mr. McQuarrie warns against' buy.

and he said wait and see. We soon was unconstitutional has occasioneda Cincinnati. loosens man discovers drug that afford an opportunity for disease toe ing just any kind of potatoes for seed.
corns so they
/. f found out: that the Huns were on the variety of comment by the pressof lift out. ter. Some farmers obtain their seed from

move and were about to make a the State but to impeach the Supreme The third and fourth essestials the groceryman's stock of eating poatoes. -

: strike somewhere. An order that Judge's of manipulating the Good news spreads rapidly and thorough drying and a uniform temperature As a rule; these are not good

sounded like handle cash came' along Constitution for the benefit of any druggists here are kept busy dispen- may be secured in a storage i potatoes and should be avoided because .
sing freezone, the recent discovery ofa
l' Members'of the Florida the lines and as everybody else were class of individuals requires something Cincinnati man which is said to house where artificial heat can be first they are of unknown va-

Citrus putting on their. masks I put on mine, ; more than a mere outside view loosen any corn so it lifts out with supplied. The house must be con- riety'and have not been cared for a* ';

: t Exchange all and ,none too soon. You would have of the matter. We are therefore the fingers. structed in such a way that it can be !seed potatoes should be, and also be. ,J '
,, I - have the, right to vote thought that everything had' turned manifestly ,unjust and unreasonable A quarter of an ounce costs very thoroughly ventilated when neces- cause: they may not be acclimated to i

'( i in the election of the loose at once, but as nobody was In viewing the matter in a purely but little this at any is said store to that be sufficient handles drugs to ridono's sary and yet be made nearly airtight the region in which they are to be <
,
hurt, we just counted this a scare prohibition sense. Had we a knowledge feet of hard or soft corn in cold weather. planted. Some of the best seed potst. "J"1 ,
< men who manage the every .._.__ *..._ 1<'t_.11_ __ "U /*_.I T>1 t__ -4 ..'j
J and waited. Well, here comes the of the= technical points in the I II or.callus. _ Plans for__building _storage houses A A , 'U" ..... ".... n.... UUDD V t.
: ; affairs of this cooperative I Huns here comes the Huns; we could' I laW', and was capable of comparing You apply Just a few drops on the and for utilizing old buildings for Triumph, Spaulding's Rose No.4. I

; marketing not see much for the smoke, but we,I these technicalities with the meaning lus tender and aching instantly corn the or sorxnecs toughened is cal re 'storage purposes can be had b)r Cobbler and Lookout Mountain. The :,

:' agency. had the lay of the land in front of' us; of the Constitution, we might be ableto lieved and soon the corn or callus is writing to the State Experiment two last named have done particularly :

F Ft I You can obtain'f uU and when we got the order to fire, we render an equitable decision, and 1 so shriveled that it lifts out without Station Gainesville, Fla; well in Florida. 'i I .-
t opened on them. Hell broke loose our opposition might be reasonable. pain. It is a i ticky substance which w. S. 5. W. 8. II ;J ,
this
particulars on dries when applied and never inflames CABBAGE AND SAUSAGE GIRLS I :,
then. Machine guns, rifles our light This is what our Supreme Court' WHITEN SKIN ::1
. point and complete in- artillery and airplanes over their, Judges are called upon 'to do. 'The or This even Discovery irritates the will surrounding prevent thous-skin. KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S DIET"I WITH LEMON JUICE .-

: formation concerning heads, dropping shells among them question of whiskey does not enter ands of deaths annually from lockjawand Make ;; \ '
a beauty lotion for few cents
4 soon notified the Huns that they had into their deliberations; it is the rightof infection heretofore resulting have doctored with the best to remove tan a .
: the freckles, s.UowneSll..L.
principles, policies from the suicidal habit of doctors in the United :
run upon something likened unto the individual to buy that which cutting States. Some --.. ...
and plans of' the organ what we used to call a snag and by the licensed seller .has to dispose of. corns. W. 8. II! said one thing and some another Your grocer has the lemons and any

; ization by writing to the the time what was left of them got Suppose the Legislature should pass CATTLE TICKS ARE was ailing me and all wanted to cut; drug with store of toilet counter wit supply
law that me open, but Mayr's Wonderful Rem you three ounces of orchard
to our trenches there was not enough a our smokers should use
PROLIFIC BREEDERS white for a few cents. the
Florida Squeeze ,
Citrus Exchange of them to refuse our polite Invitation but one cigar a month, would you edy saved me, so I can eat cabbage Juice of two fresh lemons into a bottle -

t Tampa, Fla., to enter, and we took a whole lot call that a constitutional law A Female cattle ticks produce eggs sausage and anything I want to. then put in the orchard white and

I! or calling on of them in, and that ended the charge Supreme Court Judge has no personal very prolificacy, a large percentageof Nothing hurts me." It is a simple, shake well. This makes a quarter i
J though it took much longer than it ends to serve in rendering a decis- which are*fertile Entymologists harmless preparation that removes whitener pint of the and very best lemon skin t

I L A. HAKES, Mgr. does me to tell it. As they passed us ion. The position' he occupies calls estimate it is possible for a pair of the catarrhal mucus' from the intestinal known. Massage complexion this! beautifier fragrant, '.I J

S'" they appeared to be trying to tell us for an unbiased decision. cattle ticks to havej in on* year progeny tract: and allays the Inflammation creamy lotion daily into the face, neck i
; "t'JIf' '; Orange County Citrus something: but all we could make out Our frequent visits to the residence numbering several 1 trillions-if which causes practically all stomach arms and hands and just see how ,
.
i ,I SubExchangeOrlando was Hobble Gobble Hobble Gobble. of Mr. P. P. Savage often causes not interefrred with by natural ene- liver and intestinal ailments including freckles tan, sallowness, redness and }

Fla. Ill write again and tell you m relater us to meet Miss Bertha Sessions mies and unfavorable weather condi appendicitis. One dose will con- soft roughness and clear disappear the skin and becomes.how smooth Yes I ... ,.
-i on but think (sister of Mrs. We vince or money refunded. J. Z. ,
I you've got'enoughfor Savage) recognize tions. Rob- It is harmless, and the beautiful results '' _
.
II this time., Love to all. her as one of the moat sensible If divine providence did not' supply erson druggist. will surprise you. '1
"
L j.I ., Your affectionate son, and engaging young ladies in the such'enemies and unfavorable conditions .8. s. w.s.s I

; & C. W. BURNETT.The city dignified in bearing courteousIn it would be impossible to raise AUTUMN, POTATO SEED of Remember life that the soldiers' chance t
1.
/ I demeanor. We feel the influence SHOULD BE SPROUTED depends upon the. support ; I
cattle ticks
4 in Florida. The virtually given him by the folks back home. 4
.' : latest war news eeems to indicate that her presence- ated after leav- would eat them alive. They remain 'I)Better Stand Help! Save and buy War Savings \t
1..... .&:. .:: a that Germany is rapWlvw- ing the. house. I small until they get a "square meal"of With Less Disease Is Stamps.' '
w. a.a. Likely To Result.A -. -w. 0. a. '.
hausting her last resources. Pride, blood, when within fourteen days .
t KISS1MMEE AMAZED BY number of farmers plant Irish 666 contains no alcohol arsenic
alone ,
appease to be the only founda- they are gorged, and swelled with i
tion which BYSUDDEN ACTION potatoes as ran autumn crop to be nor other poisonous. drugs. 32-10t
on their ladies have to !blood and are ready for, family cares. ,
I : rest on. Everything, ,else that they The1 quick action of pure Lavoptie . a.! used for home food, and some farmers .W. *. B.I n a .

I .' possess appears to be. leaving them. eye wash is startling. A school boy Try Chamberlain's. use them for spring planting. Sour Stomach and Belching.
low[ long the devil can rest on it had. eye strain so badly he could not The best seed for the autumn plant- "When I began taking* Chamber
:' read. A week's use of When you need a good reliable lain's
4 Lavoptie surprised Tablets: three I was
is hard
to tell. years ago
No Worms I
his teacher so much she used liniment for soreness of the muscles, la a Healthy Child troubled .
The Taylor Mabbett St. it for her All child most of,the time with belch ,
store on a old mother. ONE WASH a sprain or to rheumatic troubled with worms h... aD n-
showed remove .health color which IndlettM ing and sour stomach. 'I also had
benefit. A small bottle i. poor 1 Mood,*a4...
pains, try Chamberlain's Liniment. rale there Is more or I... stomach distorbsnos. headache
guaranteed to benefit and
'This
EVERY CASE constipation. remedy
POM Cored In 6 to 14 Days It is excellent. GROVE TASTELESS: chill TONIC.....raaw..l, ,
weak ,
strained or inflamed eyes. The Sat two ow three ..... will enrich was just what : needed.
the my system
blood. Imenln
Drottlats TBtaMi '
-
If PAZO OTMTMElfT QUICK .
nMMMV Mis .. .. ..
result i i. astonishing. Aluminum W. w. the dle..tlas.sad Set. 0-.1 It
;eon 11doiDa.1IIIod, B.SdIn5 e*Protruding..... .a Sea.gt. strengthened my digestion and.restored
iasuntly ralWrraa lichlnf fUM. and M ey. cup FREE. Central Drug Serve abroad &Tooio to the whole ay.t.... Nature will then ,
home.
or serve at
II .. 'AU. Jssp. !isr UM ant ajw&ttlaaVhfe*Wa Store. ) throw off or dlspsl the worms,and tb.Csiidww be me to.my former good beaithPwrites
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Buy War,, $avthgi St mp.. IA perfect health. Pleasant tatts., 100 Mrs. '
\- T'I U per bold. A.: D. Smith,Jordan, N. T q
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THE KJSSIM dIVALLET'cAZqTE.' FRIDAY,,AUGUST 23, 1911. Y THREE ,

i'

THE' "BULGE" PACK WINS OUT ,


jtlgh 'Calomel Sickens; Salivates! I BEFORE R. R. ADMINISTRATIONJacksonville Better Crops



i Please Try Dodson's Liver Tone t Fla., Aug ( federal administration of' railroadsfor

,\.. trial). Decision by the I the handling of such controversies. Heavy yield of high clsss products are aee-

;; 1 mjnistratilon officials The whole matter was again assary to brine a big net profit to the grower. The
I am: sincere! My medicine does not gone over before this committee, the
peei liver continuance of the banner record for rack melts. bat been held for, "
debate being led for the "bulge" packby
and bowels BO you lose a day's work j'citrus' fruits reached a Mr. Stewart and against by Mr. the last quarter cuitury.: by \

|Wednesday and Thursday A. C. Kenley freight superintendent I. 3

I .example of the benefit to of the Atlantic Coast Line Railway.It Ideal Fertilizers

Calomel loses you a day!! You druggist sells for a few cents a large (,proper organization was clearly brought out that u

ow 'what'calomel is. It's' mer- bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone, which 1 Certain of the railway more than fifty per cent of the orange

'fury; quicksilver. Calomel is dangerous is entirely vegetable and: pleasant to 'Reached the conclusion and grapefruit growers in Florida Send for oar Free Book oa aD .commercial .
.
', ; It crashes into sour bile ,"take and Is a perfect substitute for "bulge" should be were represented at the meetingand crop of Florida; also our Spray'Cablope.Special .

, ,Iike dynamite, cramping and sickLenmg -, calomel. It is guaranteed to start their beliefs "on hurried that all were in favor of the advice gladly jiv .. '. '

you. Calomel attacks the I your liver without !stirring you up, tions covering a limited "bulge" pack. The facts presented

( ;bones and should never be ,put into ,inside, and can not salivate. |markets. Data clearly disproved the claim that 'It 1 \ t / b

your, system. Don't take calomel 1 It makes you ing their contentions had caused unusual, delay of fruit.. After Wiliest &: Toomer Fertilizer Co. '
R hap you feel bilious, sluggish, sick the next day; it loses you a day's ered by the Florida three hours heated discussion, the -%

: Constipated,and all knocked out and work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens and this was ably federal arbitrators agreed to permitthe MEn. LI-.I FertiJizen.... "i y yJacksom'n.

believe you need a dose of dangerous, you, right,up and you'feel gn> t. meeting by C. E.. continued use of this ,form of L ,
tunuru
} calomel just remember that your Give it to the children as well business manager. crate, the "bulge" not to exceed 1% FJa.

;; .,.. Mr. Stewart's facts Inches on oranges 2% inches r 'at.asiesi l t, 4 ,
::> '
.ltau.lee
were fully substantiated grapefruit.After ,

: Gt Your Job Printing from t the Valley Gazette mony of Mr Tyler, the meeting; which ended a

-, of Chase' & Co., S.'0. harmoniously, though Mr. Kenley ., .,

ford, J. H. Sadler, of still contended that the "bulge" pack ... ,
1 Scott, of Arcadia, C. H.. should be eliminated, MrJ, Stewart

9r r Bartow and .a number of was warmly''complimented on the

: WtateBank.of vote of the several score manner in which the Florida Citrus Sacks for Castor Beans
ers and:shippers of citrus Exchange had prepared for the Issue.

: ent was unanimous 'In It was?the general feeling among *

: "bulge" pack. those present that but :for, this advance New or Second Hand Bags ": '

As some' of the work of the Exchange there .
Write Prices
for
Kissimmee insistent that this might ,have been such action taken as r

inion should be to seriously endanger the the right of '

ments were made to call growers to use the "bulge" pack, Southern States Bag Co;
LI The of the worldare tration committee which they know to be !so essential.

eyes I : Jacksonville, Fla. %9
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REPORTING I---------FATAL FLASHES.

on the' man who.SAVES The State Boord of ice; ;

to emphasize the Scorned advice
;

the porting Bureau all communicable of Vital Paradise. -Luke McLuke.> I W.C.T.U. COLUMN I

sonville. Unless this i k Fool afloat ,.

more promptness and Rocked the boat '
; (By MRS. ,J. M. COCHRANE) JACKSONYIl1fflA_ :
in the past, jt will be Wooden coat. ,
the statistical department -Houston (Tex.) Post. T Esc IIurnzie
(Written: for Last Week.) N o
'
desired information to t
Ignor-ed bells.Flagman's One of our national' lecturers calls DTA8l.SIIflJSrCD
and keep a correct yells' ; attention to a significant ommission nowtN
which should' be done, in
Immortelles.Waco (Tex.) News. in the recent year books of the U. S. / FlORIDA
have
the public might
t Brewers Association. She bad occasion
for moment tion. ,Few ,realize the mw avarr..M.
pAUSE a young man, Silly kid to consult these annuals for .7UY. Mr.N.f

,; I give a thought to self.. The communicable bureau of vital diseases statistics Car Glassy did lid.skid; some years, back and was especially !1 r '
Interested to not"that while in seven
-St. Louis ;
under the State law. Post.Dispatch.
problems that confront consecutive reports for the '
you now, or' Why does the State years r
Aero flight; 1909 to 1915 there was given a list
RED CROSS IRONATED HERBS
will few hence. municable diseases to be Pretty sight
I a years ; of the officers and committees, but ,
These diseases have a Then "GoodnightYonkers !" (WITH P5'5.)
for the last two years has been omit It dont feel well or if wak. s
you you op }
(N. Y.) Statesman.
Look about yon-the men of affairs i in conatry, slate, Datioaea spread :rapidly in a c ted. A close study of the names for tired and all run down with headache

, in the world, are the men who started to tare early in life. less suppressed by (local ; Baker, faker. the years noted is offered as an ex- biliousness, indigestion and feel all oatcf ", k
r, in order that such. Undertaker. sorts take a bottle of IRONATED J t '
They have the and confidence of the instituted soon planation. With the exception of HERBS with PEPSIN. Guaranteed to '
respect community. as as p Tampa (Fla.) Citizen.
1 four, all the names are German. In put the pink Thlsv
the it is more hundredsother
Then look on the other side-at the fellows who spend aD they vent know the spread extent/ and ,,Fool in fun;' view df the revelation at the congressional and Cross Remedies than one and Toilet Preparation Red ,

aisle-they'nay have a good -time for a while, bat what does their threatened epidemic. Empty gun; investigation, it is not sold and !
Shroud for one. strange that the,brewers should hesitate ARUGbSTORE
CENTRtory
personality reflect utmost' importance in ; | l W... I a..-..- officers
to publish a list of its ,

A dollar or so deposited I. this bank will be the out this successfully. The New Calomel Is which'on its face would seem to belie
Suppose. ctise'of. ,, allotment of $15 month, and
,,4" I the assertion made the
nucleus of an honorable, independent career. by organization l
'' promptly. The ) whatever additional sum I ported
Make your beginning now-today. Your bank p 1)I i that it'was 100 per cent American. -
isolated,-contact eases Harmless. and chose to allot to his family'and
book will pave the way. ly, and carriers looked ; Delightful the whole amount,' together with the i

Capital stockResources, ___-_____________. ____ __- 100000.00 sometimes", is done In ',a (( The Kaiser's-Latest Prayer. Government allowance for depend

,over_____________-_______._______ '' 600,000.00Officers munizing poses of AD Sickening and Dangerous Qualities Say, Gott! vas its lose Must I gourt- eats was included In: one Check and
, \ ,''';, / l. <; '" administered,to others in Removed-Medicinal Virtues Vastly martial you? sent out by the bureau. Begining-
<
and Directors .. 'I, :ff'(;' YilT to prevent the I Improved. New Variety Called Vwy should I a bartner hat who with the July pay the bureau ,wilt
i''' il ,- *VW l3WC. ? disease. In the event it "Calotabs." collect and send out only the com
A. CARSON,'President M. KATZ sad E. LiLESLEY\V-P. seems to nudding do? ,
: typhoid :fever, the case Science has given uS/ smokeless pulsory allotment of illr a month
:
*"'* '' Ven you mit me once gounseled 'bout "
ROMA THOMAS'cashfeT WW ed, the source of disease powder, colorless iodine, and tasteless yen I'd start dis fight;'' ,''J '\' and the Government .familyi, allow( .'i.isnce" ,
.' " k
,
'' quinine-now comes nausealess calo- : "W
N. d. BRYAN. N. B. CARSON M. KATZ. (if possible) and I toldt you extra blainly I'd back you '
mel a variety known Calo- The. allotments' the
new as excess over
other members ctf the
C. A. CARSON, II. FLEMING, E. L. LESLEY, opp all right.
tabs, that is wholly delightful in effect compulsory $15, allotment and the.,
*. WADE TUCKER. Dlr tor.. lated :with typhoid Dot's vat, I did; you bet your life 'on
vent their developing the yet ,more effective than the old dot. allotment to persons not entitled bylaw "'

Y of style calomel as a systempurifierand to allowances will not be handledby
Prompt reporting Vot haf done for me? Answer
. involves liver cleanser. you the Bureau of War Risk Insurance
F diseases effort, Kaiser, Gottl!
your
Your doctor prefers calomel above but by the War or Navy Department
1 of
on the part physicians': I tink mit
s'pose you're busy
C. A CARSON. President. N..C. BRYAN Secretary of all other medicines, "as it is the best you the Marine Corps, or Coast
to a community an regular work,
and only sure remedy for biliousness, your Guard, according to. the brancd of
" not only a great But I tell Lmit feeling-no man
The Waters & Carson 'ndipaaticm and constipation. Now you service to which the enlisted man,belongs. ,
the anxiety, suffering, of mine can shirk! -; .
is .
life not be that calomel delightful to take, '
loss of can Von Hindenburg shust ask me vas
w. a. II-
It everybody is asking for the new va- ..
Is it worth dung .
let Calotabs. One tablet at bed. you gone avay QUR FAVORITE NEWSPAPER.If .
),
and accurately. Every Und he insisted I gommand to
f" 'r Grocery CompanyWholesale should have a list of Mme, a swallow of water-that's all. rebort to' Kim today; you you are not a reader of the Tam

eases and report !cards, 'No nausea, no griping, no danger. Couse I dondt need you very mooch pa Morning Tribune, you should subscribe
Next morning you wake up .feelingfine for it at once.
1 This' list is supplier by but efery little boosts,
your liver cleansed.your system It is THE GREAT South Florida
Board of Health. Also in blaces the bloomin'Ally
and Retail Dealers in Esbecially vere
supplied to physicians, purified. Eat what' you please-no roosts. Newspaper, covering this section of
'for restriction of habit or diet. the; State absolutely and unequivocally -
addressed, reporting Russians FrenchEnglish and
Mit
t' GROCERIES ble diseases. Calotabs are sold only in original, and is the only paper in Floridaprinting'
Uncle Sam-the slob-
i w. s. s.Chamberlain's.- sealed packages, price thirtyfivecents. take udder time to 'every line of the day and} .
I vish you'd some
Associated Press.It .
' Your druggist recommends night reports of the
, \nd guarantees Calotabs.-Adv.) monkey on the Job.. is the first paper to arrive in our

I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chamberlain's Tablets W. .. S. Nine times today alretty; Gott I call- city every Cay.Subscription .
for stomach ) ed ven I prayed,
especially you After
BEST WAR NEWS IN TAMPA $6 per :year.
WE SELL: WE BUY: iousness and constipation DAILY TIMES. But judging from results the message Oct. 1 it will be increased to $8. Sub-
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met with success in the vas delayed.So 32-6t
sccribe
now.
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BAY BIPES' those diseases. People The most war news and the best ven you get these orders--con- W. .. B. --

GRAIN fered for years with war news have been the consistent veniently; or not, Sammie's son !I'\'
FURS I and ,have been unable to policy of the Tampa Daily Times Come quick-for I can use you efenif Has got his gun ". i,
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FERTILIZERS Gott!
permanent relief, have since the start. you're only The fun '
WOOL
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SHINGLES pletely cured by he use The Times receives the full day and Yours retreatingly, WILHELM.F. Has now begun. -..
"-e lets. Chamberlain's of the,Associated Press C. Remington in the Searchlight. I
AND night reports .... 5'' The lIun' i,:;J1} .
W. -- '
ORANGE BOXES. of great value for over' leased wires. It is a full mem- 666 cudes malarial fever. 32-10t Is on the run, :, ,
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ALL ic constipation may be tWill
of the Enterprise As-
ORANGE WRAPS. ber Newspaper w. a.n. The race
COUNTRY cured by taking sociation and receives the stories of ALLOTMENT AND ALLOWANCE- ) soon be won. lt,

VEGETABLE CRATES Ifts and observing the many trained correspondents at the CHECKS I '

, *. PRODUCE directions with each front. It also prints the best picturesand Berlin "TUH! ,
: CRATE NAILS . W. S.8)). There has been a change in the '
maps. Will lose her grin
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REGISTRATION the Bureau of War Risk .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Few newspapers outside of the largest system of Their cahnons t
in the
The registration books cities equal it in the quantity and Insurance o< the Treasury Cease their din, I 1 -, /

We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. county are now open at quality of war news; none prints the matter of'allotment and allowance Their' swords dWill /

Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. store for the registration news any quicker. checks. The results in some of the turn,to tin,

c Free delivery in city limits. Thone No. 12. The books will be, opened The reading public has been quickto checks sent out by the bureau being As retribution .

., We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask as for circular and priea precincts of the county appreciate. ,the Times' splendid for smaller sums than heretofore, For their sin.

on fertilizers. (U. S. Food Administration License No. G-Z2092) Sept. 2.Mies. news service. It Is now one of the but the amounts omitted from the w.....--
/, w. .. g. i most widely read dailies in ths State.' checks sent out by the bureau will The Gazette wants a correspondentIn

LET YOUR LIVER LIVR'A Margaret Cocket, The Times will be sent to any address be included in checks sent out from every community in Oseeola county.,

For Indigestion, Constipation or sluggish,slow acting Liver U the cause canteen worker in for $6 a year or $1.50 for three other sources.The Send In the news, it will help' the, '
Biliousness of for hair abort because her will the paper and will keep your; faction be
many Ola you to be active and in months. A ,subscription to it is the new system simplify
Just try one BO-cent bottle of LAX-P05 good health theLvermuQc.rry off poisons no time to, care for'it with the work''of the bureau and is expectedto fore the public.
war.
WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive oi thebody.FtANK'S LIVER PUS contain Catomelskillfully best way to keep, up accelerate the payment of allotments
to take.' Hade and combined with other neceua- 664-- cures headaches, 34-6t uroY.-.t.ieu chill Tonic
Laxative Pleasanthe rycl..usingdrus.which quick! and gently w... ..... and allowances. : f
-- public by Paris Modi loss of appetite, and that restores. vitality and ...., by perifrlo and eorlchlng .
liven up your liver but do not sicken gripe.. '' the Prior to last the War Risk
cine Co.manufacturers of Laxative Bromo '250 ing feeling duo to ma1 666 cures by removing cause. July- the blood. Yosaa.osef..IWau.satb.ulna -. ,
AT DMKI AMI CENERAL STORES "
Quintae aDd Gro r 'a Tasteless chill Tonic. Made by the makes_ Chill Tonic. Fine tonic. :;,;.J, _, 82-lQt Insurance Bureau took thecompul- lavtaontloS" Effort.''Frloe. .SOo.' ' ',t' J""w (,I":."

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-FOUR THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1918. '

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r KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE ANOTHER WAR SAVINGS fore.of Florida It's ,teachers stronger have than always ever beenof be. Get Your JOb-Printing from the"Valley .Gazrttc'II, '

14 the best and it is never necessaryfor .' .
DRIVE FOR SEPT. 9 TO
..........* KvvrrMr P......,.. any young person:Sn Florida to -

KlMlBBBa Valley flaaetl. Cosa.y leave, the state for an education.We .
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KWl..ee Kissimmee Fla., Aug. 20, 1918. of the work at hand and render ef wish for this fine worthy col- I

W. D. Harrla. r..t Pledge again September 9th to ficient service as was done in the ini lege at DeLand greater success in the

K. O.' V... A......., Secretaryir 14th Inclusive to put our county over tial campaign. future and hope the young people of The Overland Garage

.**.fc... it.. 11H. the top with War Savings Stamps Please let it be understood that the state will crowd its hall to the ,

......rI.U.. .***l January 1, 1919. Begin to figure now Thursday September 12th will be limit.TUBERCULOSISFREE1. .

One Copy One Tear......_._.....|LDO just how much you can promise to observed as War Saving Day in the -.
........ .
.
0. Copy Biz )Monlha- 1.00
PB Copy. Thr. Month.......... .7* purchase. Deny yourself all those same spirit and manner as was,June
things which you do not actually 28th in so :far,as it is possible; although HERDS TO BE LISTEDA is now under new manage-
All communication except from our do matter(( of time -
need and be ready and waiting; as fact the '
authorized correspondents must be : list of the "
signed by the writer. nnot let it .go out to the world that between now and the beginning: of herds owners of accredited ment. All work on all
Rejected matter will not be returned I -pure-bred dairy herd that
s ..1_. called for. Osceola county failed in Its duty in the campaign on September 9th have shown' by two annual tuberculin '

(Entered In the Poatofflee at Klaalm- which every' man, woman and child should be utilized to the very best tests that they ere free from ub r.cuiosis makes of cars and marine
_.e Florid., -aa aecond-claaa matter.) can help. If all will help, success is advantage, 'D., G'. WAGNER, -together with, owners of
i assured. Start a War Savings Card Ch'm Osceola Co., W.S.S. Committee. herds: that. have successfully passedone .
test the number in the work Eddie
w.a. s. various;: done promptly.
today and see how fast it will grow
herds ,
and the breeds will be ; !
yE M BeRO and how little you miss the money., LOAFERS AND SLACKERS TO ed by the Bureau of Animal Industry of
Uncle Sam has called on the citizens BE PUT TO WORK OR FIGHT in July. It'l planned tl.at this list Lancaster' is, in ,charge

of this county to ,lend him 'a (Continued from Page One) with additions will be publisl ed

sum of money equal to twenty dollars periodically thereafter., This infor'*' the repair department. '
r for woman' and child in weeks anyway,' and that the businessmen matiOn will be of value to buyers and I'
every man,
sellers of dairy cattle as it will
as' well enable -
the county during the year 1918. might 'prepare right now buyers to locate cattle that are '
,
\w.,; u Thus far comparatively few have for' the change that is coming- The free from tuberculosis and will halo' '

I qS ph' heeded the call. All must answer. government, quota of unskilled labor, breeders. in 'finding 'a'' .more ready F. H. TYNER, Mgr.
which they expect to.stake from this market.
TAte PaESS If you can't,buy today sign a pledge w. B. .. ____' ,
during the week of September 9th to !state during the months .of Augustand
WALTER
LAWSON
September was estimated at 2- WOUNDED tV
14th for the limit of your mean.-
there is no neutral grounds now-. 520, but a wire just received by Mr. '.'- FLYING BEHIND HUN LINES .

FRIDAY, AUGUST 23 1918. Gamble increases this amount. "
you are patriot or a slacker.
The pUrPoae of the Florida War ''The "work or fight" order is being (Continued from Page One) head of cattle. and a (rood bunch otrlln"e )

THAT DETOUR AT CAMPBELL / Savings Committee in inaugurating enforced and the government inspectors day, for at the altitude we work a Classified Advertisements Farming howl toil' loose.and Implement on the range.Located ,

The attention of the county commissioner another canvass period for the sale are now''starting to take Mr.' couple of hours a.day is,about all a half cash near.,' balance'term Kenanavlllo.*Price to suit.M.600.B.
is l called to the detour at Slacker and Mr Loafer and send man to, Ktnanavllle, "1... 16 tfDWKLLHJO8
and pledging to purchase War Savings can live'up the extent we do. WANTED-.Hoard for ( year old girl 11. Ouy -

Campbell Station which Jg 'now well! Stamps during September, is to them to the front and putting him We can't work'under 17 or 18 thous- during be reasonable.school term.Apply Charges Valley must Ulla- tor rent. Apply to M.

nigh impassable on account of the recent increase to a wider area the doctrinefor where he can do his family and the and -*eet, which, Is about 3 /2 miles ette. .Jt.pd.; Tiller.FOR ,

l rains. The road has been closed which War Savings Stamps were government some'good.. high with any degree of safety at 8AI..B-Second-hand' Ford carat .

at this place for three weeks or more,I designed.. It must. be borne in mind Citizens of this vicinity who knowof alL It is ticklish work-expecting FOR .RENT In complete-8-room,order bungalow center' modem 01to..n. ,Co'?attractive 807 nrnadwav.prices. Oaceola Motor

) with the work at a standstill. ;that this is in no wise competitivewith able-bodied men who are not working to meet a Boche any minute, and having avenue.. Enquire US South Vernon Jf !

i We understand the contractors have the Liberty Loan sales 'period between the ages of 18 and 55, artillery (Archie) shells bursting ,FOR-model RAl.R-on.three, visible Emerson, aa food Typewriter.as new..

been unable to secure cement with between September 28th and October will confer a favor not.only to around you all the time, and the least WILL TRADE country) or exchange city or property stock- Apply Valley U..c..Ue. tf.,

? to grout the brick, and that it is impossible 19th. It is hoped to bring each citi- their city their state but their government amount; of, exertion completely ex- of norkl J. B. C. Miller, JS-tf FOR RENT. -t ....... rooms comfortably
i to just how much longer and should the hausts as the air is furnlHhed. convenient to ba"h.
say zen into a more intimate knowledgeof report you very .thin FARMERS Send today for a free sample desirable location. Term a reasonable -
they will have to wait for it. In the what his obligation is and how names of these parties by the first and there is not a sufficient supply of copy-of the Florida Farmer and ; men prefered or apartment

sItj meantime the.traveling public is suf- War Savings will assist him to discharge mail to Mr. Robert Gamble, Florida oxygen. Tell Stockman about, published livestock at raising.Jaekaonvllle.. dairying ed conveniently for light arranged houaekeeplne and furnlnh.US

fering delays and break-d wns. that obligation. It .is desired Director U. S. Public Service Reserve We buried another one of our of- poultry, citrus fruit' and trucking JI"umont.nue, Phone ITS
twice month at SOc
year-
a. per
We are njH sufficiently: familiars also to bring to the attentionof Chamber of Commerce Bldg., core a few days ago which makes three year for f 1.00. Only livestock '
s with the situation to offer" a remedy the fifth. This chap was only hit and general farming; paper In. the
those who have already pledgedto Jacksonville, Fla., and he assures tale. Write today. 1 a
i but all are agreed that something purchase War Savings Stamps them that the matter will be given with one bullet and that was exactly A. E. DROPGHT

s should be done, and that speedily to that if the plan is to be a success proper attention.CORPORATION. in the heart. The pilot was also FOR KpauldlnK'a BALIS-Roar No. J S
give relief. each person should pledge and purchase W..II, wounded slightly, in the head, but far fall planting: 8 vents per piiuml, 115 Broadway
1 ..-'- managed to regain control of the at Waters Careen. Ur".ry Co er
that which machine .
.! stamps to degree RETURNES (>f Alex. RernlnKton'Sinlt:! Klselmmee. -
VALUE OF NEWSPAPER ADVER- ; after falling about 12,000 Fla. a4-tf
will occasion them some personal MUST BE FILED BY SEPT. 30 Real Estate and Insurance
TISING. sacrifice. When this has really and feet and made the field all right. FOR RENT -Furnlehed rooms or
This life and the conditions surround apartments for light: housekeeping ,REPRESENTSThe
actually been done the real Jacksonville Fla..
purposeof
Aug. 19.Special ( -
In convenient house. close In.
The value of modern
co-operation is seen campaign will have been satisfied ). Collector of Internal Revenue ing it has a very peculiar effect on ),1,... B. K. Wells, neal Estate and Insurance Home Insurance Co. of New
in the team work of the allied armies. us. One of us goes over the line and US Mahbett, St.! Phone It* '
and the amount of dollars and _
James M. Cathcart, has just received York, the National Fire InsuranceCo.
A united effort
is necessary in work never comes back, and even thoughhe
cents.I\ a secondary consideration, instructions from Commissioner of FOR SALE KlKMy acres: 11' acre
wherein the many are involved'if but the minimum which each person Internal Revenue Daniel C. Roper' may be your room mate, it is cleared. .and" Under' fence, :2 ..cr... In of Hartford, The Sun and

,t' success is achieved. Only in this way shall subscribe is,, fixed and on that extending until September 30, 1918 taken as a matter of fact and after bearing of cypress orange. timber trove( on; $2,000 tract; worth four- many other reliable companies.W. .
can the citizens of a town village the first few room house and kitchen. Also (0
or hours of waiting for his
f basis it becomes our duty to fulfill! the time for filing Capital Stock Tax
+ endow a community with many of our allotment of $260,400.00, of this Returns for the} fiscal year from July. return or news of his landing somewhere --

II the_comforts and advantages that go amount approximately $100,000.00has 1, 1918 to June 30. 1919. '. everything' goes on as usual H. ARNOLD ALAN J. MAC DONOUGU
to make life worth living:: This con- been pledged, and about $00,000.00 .- Collector Cathcart has also been and you give the: matter no more .

ummtion, ;says the State Marketing worth of maturity value thought. Sounds cold-blooded, does'nt & .
stamps advised that a supply of forms for ARNOLD
.]Bureau can only be secured by the have'thus far been purchased there' these returns has been forwarded to it? It Isn't, though. It is just the MacDQNpUGH
I co-operation of the farmers, mechanics conditions that exists and we have Contractors Engineers Architects
B
fore close to 200000.00 worth of the Revenue Office: at Jacksonville.As I ,

merchants doctors lawyers stamps must be bought by the peopleof ,soon as they are received: V they adapted ourselves to them. I DARLINGTON AVE. CITIZENS BANK BLDG.Everybody .
%, bankers, everybody. Each can do his Osceola county between now and will be mailed to all those corpora- Give my love. to all and tell themto j {
/ hare by assisting his neighbor ,with write often. With love and best
January 1st, in order that we come tions required to make returns.*
+ his patronage and by giving, every wishes. Your loving WALTER.
son,
up to the expectations of our govern- However, any person required ,file
worthy enterprise his unqualified Lt. Lawson 91st .
ment. The message that comes back the returns who do not receive this W. R. ,Aero Squadron
a' upport. from' France is "We'll stick and Zone of Advance, A. E. F. '
: form within the next few days should is to the
Travelers and home seekers Going
% very lick here-you lick;and, stick {;often.'Judge a town by the appearanceefjitajnewspaperelf Ita Dublin Tlist Dots Not Affect the Head .
'
(pf course.you will! doyour; t duty,> the Collector's office at Jacksonville. I ,
,' ] it contains j;ad-t salesl computod'on'" \ Became of It* tonic and laxative effect,I.AXA- '
fhThefiactual.,. ; pur The,1;forms 'are to' be properly:, executed TlVKBROMOOUlNlNBiabeUerthanonUaaryQuinine '
vertisements;forms\Wbf/ chase*value1"whidh; lsl,less?than maturity 'and filed'in the Collector's office and doe. not c.._ aeno.._. nor ,'. :: .
business its a notice to the world at Hoeing In head. Remember the fall name and Cut Price Cash Grocery :
large that. the commercial professional value, up to this date are' as by September 30, 1918.STETSON'S . look lot the aicaature of B. W. CKOVB. Doc.I .
follows: w. .. s.--

., 1 and productive life of the community St. Cloud, _..:::____$31,011.04 FINE WORK. I NOTICE! TO CREDITORS.! .

I is made up of enterprising Kissimmee, ____._____ 24,204.21 Elsewhere in this paper appears\ Guess why? Because they can buy the very best good at ,a lire
I. the Court of the County Jndaje,
and to location
gives those
men seeking a Deer Park ?,______? 1,167.79 an advertisement of Stetson University Oarrola C.nntr> "Mtato of "''_orld.. and let live price. A very good reason and your children can, buy"
a good opinion of the various I. He Estate of Henry <'. llrooka.To .
Kissimmee Park __ 1.015.91Narcoossee.
__
i interests represented. It the at DeLand an institution that all Creditor, I.egateee, Dlatrlbu-! just as cheap as you can. If you are from Missouri\ just come and Y
speaks
______... 895.91 upholds the best tradition of American tees and all person having Clatma
y 1 fact that the business and Demands against Bald Estate be convinced.
t professional or :
Kenansvillc ___ ____ 292.26
u Education. For over thirtythreeyears You and pitch of you are hereby
4 men believe in their town and Lokosee, u__________ 18.26 it has been a blessing to the noticed and required to present any
ay' so. Some of the Florida townsare claims. and demands which you oreither Georgia Cane Syrup- Alaga Syrup No. 1 ...I.: ____ .17
This is creditable showing
a of have the
very people of this state, and hundreds of you. may against -
sending* sample Topers to the that most of the estate of Henry C. Brooks decrased, 1' a-Ib can'____---________ 15 Crisco, large can -p_':__ __ 1.90
north. When welt filled with adver- considering purchases our young people have gone to it for lute of Onoeola County "Florida to the, 6-lb can ________u______ .55 Crisco, medium _. -_ ___?_ .9.>> V
Kxecutrlx of Bald estate
made the dull undersigned
tisements and chur-v.; school factory were during seasonof an education.In within two year from the data hereof. 10-lb can ..:____-,..._--____ 1.10 Crisco, smnll,______. ___,__ .50
the year. the fall it begins its thirty- Dated Auguat ID, A. I). 11I18.CA.'tHARIN'E Coal Oil, gallon_____________ .15
and farm development news, the impression Shorts, 100 Ibs___,.___ ___ 2.75
made upon the stranger The county organization for !the fourth year of service to the people 38t. : BROOKS E""ytrl" Tuna Fish, can_____________ .15 Sweet Feed 100 Ibs_____-_-___ 3.40 ,
y campaign September 9th to 14th will Black tye! Peas, 13c 2 for. .25 Oats
it 100 ibs, ____uuu' 3.65 .
looking over cannot be otherwise -- --
remain the same as in the first drive, Lima Beans, 18c, 2 lbs for.. .35 Corn 100 ,
than favorable. Ibs _nu______-__ 3.P5 1 t 1
and is as follows: Oat Meal package, .12
-- -- Velvet Bean Meal 2.30
Florida has many fiqll be' papers, and Assistant County Chairman, Prof.R. \ Evaporated Peaches ___L. .I.: .15 Alfalfa Meal .______u-u__-____,J 2.50 1 y.
distant readers
cannot other than M. Evans, Kissimmee Fla. Cheese, Ib,____ .... ___. ._' .30 Minced Ham lb _____,_____ 30

1 impressed that the people they ;represent Advisory Committee-KIsBimmee. NOTICEThe Navy Beans, 2 tbs-_-__-_--_ .25 Potted Ham, Libbys ..\---_ .05
; are of one mind in the matter C. :A. Carson H. C. Stanford S. L. Calumet Baking Powder, 10c, Oil Sausage, lb., .30 ,1
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y I of clean and tree lined streets ch&'rchesand pret- Lupfer, Sr., Mrs. B. B. Simpson Miss 13c and __--_______--. .24 Vienna, Sausage,Libby4, can .10 't"
ty homes well. conducted
Bettle Aultman.St. Shredded Wheat pkg, Uu__ .14 Vienna Sa"sage, Libb-, can.11
} schools and beautiful surround Cloud. Fla. Toastles Corn Beef Hash, can, ISc 2_. .25 )
Post pkgi_________ .13 .:
i'a ings. There is no town however J. J. Johnson, S. W. Porter J. A. Graham" Crackers, large, ... .15 Beef pork and Veal Loaf ca .20 Ir,
mall but may be improved by the of tractsof Household Ammonia I bot.._ .10
McCarthy Dr. A. M. Cushman, Mrs. undersigned owners large Graham Crackers, small .09 ,
'; associated efforts of the residents. --- Blueing, bottle _..._________* .05 i ,
Mary Reynolds. U.,S. Smoking, pkg. _______. .06
Potash large .10
can ._.
No town can become important if land in Osceola County hereby serve no- )'
Publicity Committee-Kissimmee Prlhce Albert pkg. ____u__ .14 Cal. Peaches, heavy------ _. 25
its citizens refuse to impart an interest W.JJ. Harris Mrs. E. E. Wells. George Washington pkg. __ .06 Cal. Peaches, small _______.. .14
;i to its affairs or fail to feel! a St. Cloud. . tice on all persons now using their unfenced Velvet package .- ---. ---. .10 Tomatoes No. 1 can lOc, 3 fll' .25 .I.. ,

Sense of pride in what it possesses. C. F. Johnson S. J. Triplett. Renos, pkg. ----_______.__ 06 Tomato Pulp, lOc, 3 for _._ .25
' '- ;1 Local interest and pride is the very War observation lands for pasturage purposes, that, they All other, pkg. -_____..__.. .05 Best Early June Feci can .. .14 oj't.
1 life blood of Savings Day Sep Barley Flour, per lb. ...... .08 Best Pork and Beans, can... .15

a iY a community.,q r tember 12. should make arrangements to provide other Fancy Head Rice Ib uu_ .12 Small cans ________u:....._ .09 f
Kissimmee. Water Ground, lb. _____u-- .06 Maxwell House Coffee can _. .32 J
TOURISTS RATES FOR C. E. Yowell!, Miss Albina Smith, pastures or ranges for their stock on or, be- Rumford Baking Powder lb._ .25 White House Coffee can ____ .85. '

VISITORS TO FLORIDA J. S. Cadel. Best Salt Bacon, lb. .______ .30 Senate best there is 4..___. .35 ....,
St. Cloud. fore September 1st, 1918. Good White Bacon Ib.__ .25 Arbuckles ____uu_.____... .24 :,
Salmon, per can ___________ 18 Mince Meat; pkg. _.._ .10 ::
Washington, D. C.-"Awg; 21. -(Spe.lcial J. K. Conn, Rev. Frank Kenney. Argo Salmon ._..______..__ 28 Best Evaporated Peaches ... .15 I .

).-Senators Fletcher and Tram District Chairmen. After said date :the undersigned Bull Head Catsup, t hot 13c, 2 .25 Best Red Zings, doz________ .10 ;-t.
t mell were able today after'a conference Ashton No. 6, W. E. Farmer, ow- Eba Milk, can _____________ .05 1 Ib can Cocoa __.____.__.__ .25 !, ,
with the director general of Narcoossee, No. 12, F. W.; Hill. their licensees at Eagle -Milk ca ___hu___ .22 DRUGS __ .

railroads to announce that> the tourists Deer Park, No. 31, W. II. Kempfer. ners, assigns or may anytime Mohawks can __u____,____ .15 Sulphur, package .______. .05 ,

I rates would be in effect to Flori- Kissimmee Park No. 9, R.. R. Ham fence and utilize their lands necessitating Carnation can ___.,._._.?. .06 Blue Label Vaseline, bot ____ .05 "
St. Charles, can _______.___
da this winter and that with this direct ilton. Van .06 Turpentine, bottle _._______. .10
. C..mp's Milk can _.u_.. .06 Caster Oil, '.)()ttJe ______ ..10Castoria ,
, statement from the highest authorities Kenansville No. 13, B. F. Roe. immediate removal of live stock now Pet milk. Baby can ____u._' .06 bottle ____-_ _____-. .30 '
+ i here all fear of these rates Lokosee No. 5, G. C. Miller Argj Starch bulk, 9c; 5 lbs..40: Epsom Salts box .._-_.__.. 05 ,.'V

not being offered again because of Bassville No. 10, W. H. Mann. grazing thereon. without- further- notice.r Alaga Syrup, gal. -- ____ 1.15 or bottle ...__.....__ .10 f I
' war conditions are settled. Union Center No. 23, Ira Wetherbee. I'', Aaga Syrup, '*-gal. .____ .68 Salt box' ...____________. .05 i

fi For some time both Florida senators East Lake No. 86; J. H. Wetherbee. Alaga Syrup, No. 2 ____u__ .22 Quinine Tablets box.._.... ,15EVERYBODY ,

have been back ,of this matter Center Park No. 7, L. E. Partin.
Security Investment Company INVITED TO INSPECf'
t mad the announcement they made today Campbell, No. 4. J. M. Bryant. .. AND GET PRICES. Our Motto Is: OUR Cordiality SANITARY 16 .a..to STORE the f

f .I. \u not only'of much gratification Shingle Creek; No. S, Geo. Bronson. 4 pOund and 100 C eats on the DO>UT. ;
to them but also menus much to the Hancock No. 27, B. G. Hancock. >; Florida Interstate Land Company: OUT OF TOWN ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY ,

hotels and financial: interests of Florida ,Clarks, W. W. Clark.

in generally. Senator Trammell Kissimmee W., B. Wltlerspoon. Consolidated Land Company CUT PRICE

wo* also advised today that an order St. Cloud, H, H. Bowen. CASH GROCERY

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY AUGUST '
\ 23, 191S . )PfY6IeL ,

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E. Alllgood of Narcoossee, is BOY AND GIRL,SCOUTS
? INTERESTING j 11 \ the city today. MAKE MERRY TOGETHER ',f.

and Mrs. Leon Bass returned ."
.. .o.o..oooo.o..o I Sunday morning.

spent F. W. Hill of Narcoossee, is ,
Weather Report in the...city .today. .

tlement J.' D. Jeffords and children
Mr. this morning for Daytona Beach.

t Following are daily temperatures \\\\
and precipitations as re- Mr. spent the day in town on busi "
ported by Government stationat
Kisiimmee fothe week ending FOR .
Thursday, August 22. modern airplane flying from Taylor

Ma. Mln. Rain .Gazette I near :Montgomery, Ala., "to Ar-
Thursday ._ ?_ 97 73 1.73 Miss ) passed over Kissimnvee yes-
Friday _.._____ 92 71 .70 visiting afternoon. The machine stop\,
Saturday..____ 93 74 .36 Mrs. J. at Orlando! to get gasoline.:
Sunday,________ '90 71 ,74 I Mr. '' MT......- r

t Monday,..,..*... 85 71 1.32' INTERESTEDIN ,
It Tuesday...._,. 89 68 _? turned !
MARKET CONDITIONS
1 : Wednesda,___.... 89. ;70 .75 ,
Miss -
.e t.t Ottoooo..o.o.... 'Tor, cattlemen and railroad, 'Fed i '
to and State officials met in C. A.
I C. H. Funk :spent Saturday the office on Tuesday morning

city kind.Glenn .. the cattle situation in Tex-
John Partin visited the city .Mon'cky. .
+,- been week -present were E. B. O'Kelley,

;C C. E. Carlson of St. Cloud motored agent; A. C"; L. Ry., Prof.
into ,town Saturday. crop. Fain, Georgia State Experiment
Wm. H. Black, of the 'De
C. II. Grantham spent Monday in ed the ; ; ,
of Animal Husbandry: , C.
Loughman business.Ira .
on is
Just C. A. Carson, Jr., W. +
Wetherbeeof Milliards Island measles.Ro Smith and Pat Jolhnston. ,
autoed into town Saturday. : Black spoke of the difference I ::
Raymond Lanier of Campbell Sta- :> ( prices between large and small
tion visited the,city, Saturday.' ing \ and also discussed the condi- :

j, O. C.- McLean of' Barton Lake, motored ( i of the cattle industry, in Texas, "
: into town Monday on business.Ed "Just ,- owing to the continued
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,Ivey of Shingle Creek transacted light," was causing a good deal of ,
business in town Saturday morn- l to the Federal and State au
Drug He thought the situation ;
Ing.Chas. Olin be relieved to some extent by
Neid one of our proaperouefarmers
cattel from Texas to Florida
< spent Saturday. in town on home
visit in order to effect this there would [
business. a r
to be close co-operation between
Miss E. 11.. who is liv- J. D.
Kirkby, now Federal and State governments
ing in St..Cloud was'a visitor to the L. the |

city Monday. Co., railroade.w. ....-

II. L. Overstreet of Campbell Sta- and three C. H. SUMMERS EXPECTS

t, :. .W...., tion was one of the out of town visitors 'TO BE SENT TO FRANCE
Wednesday.R .

L. Hyer of the Southport Cattle the C. II. Summers, formerly pas- I ( ;
Co., motored down from Orladno the m of the Kissimmee Methodist

Thursday ',on business. the but who (has been camp pas :
Mrs. H. R. May and family returned Mr. for that denomination at Camp

from Indian.. Rocks Tuesday even moved since the first of the year,
ing after a week's stl\Y.\ low on last Saturday and Sunday in

Alex Bronson and Wade Lanier vacated city with his family.

were in town Monday loading up withupplies T. p. government has recently, ruled I I y
for the Lesley ranch. Duke all denominational 'pastorates at
Tampa. training' and Mr. Sum-
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Bass of Wau- camps
Ing decided to take Y. M. C. A.
in ,up
chula spent Sunday town visiting ; ,
lie has taken the examination
their parents Mr. and Mrs. Z. Bass.
Mr. (( has been accepted as a "Y" sec-
Hear Frieda Hebple sing "Ave Ma- I ryt
Miss and expects to go overseas in
fia'-on the"New Edison, "The Phonograph -
time. He was here to secure
with a Soul" at Central" Drug and for his family and locate

I Store. first permanently prior. to nU !eav- ':
Mrs. Warren: Frace returned'home ,

from Southport last Saturday, whore offers The"a Summers filled the pulpit at t

she spent two week. visiting with Methodist church Sunday worn- f

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Barber. easy m'C. and gave an interesting account ,
,Word has been !received by his parents ,closes his work at Camp Johnston. He
that: Lieut. W. T. Makinson has the boys in camp realized the
arrived safely overseas and is now ceived of the work they have in .

with the American Expeditionaryforces 306th- 'are eager for the gospel and

''I at the ,front. "" .. '",, thousands of them were being
" Alfred 1 W;,. Ivey.who'enlisted ,in' the he has He felt sure the Allies : I
!' , Naval Reserve'a few weeks ago,, was eventually win the war, but
.,",1,: ',,s celled' to":the"'colors''thisTf! week"and |,'The.:;\ \ : 1 end is not ye't in sight,* and that

left yesterday for Key West where ,Edison would be called upon to send '
he will go into training. more of her men to the front
Soul. could be attain.
R. C, Swindall of, Lakeland and ,Edison victory finally
Miss Josephine' McQuaig of Mont
Verde, were guests at the home of The said he had 'been asked whf-n
Vernon war would end and his reply was:
Hilliards'Island ,
Mr. and,)fr C. H. Funk at
armies bathed in
our are
last Saturday and Sunday.
and our people at home are
a, J. T. Cockran, of the Standard the alters, begging ('d '
Exchange with headquarters -
Growers ?
, Mrs. peace-then, and not tilt then
Mori-
here last
at Orlando was "
Jlat'h we be given the victory.
, dry looking over the fruit crops in for -,,-W.8.8. ..._--
." with view to making
: ; this section a
'J VERNA LEE SHIVER
I advance purchases
souri Lee Shiver one of the best
it Mrs Keros Johnson received a card
r' for youngmen of this city, died
this week announcing that her son
Mr. 9:05: o'clock Monday night: at the
had arrived safely overseas. !
Lacy,,
Park
Infirmary, aged :20 years. :
4 Lacy was formerly secretary to Congressman they 'was caused by peritonitis of
1! W. J. Sears, and will act "
with bowels 'from which the young
I in the same capacity for one of the ker. had been suffering for the past :
r commanding officers at the front.
I '\ill but weeks. .
r J. A. Bussey of the Maxwell Motor 'health. d was a son of Mrs. L. J.

'., and Chalmers Motor Co., W. R. Calhoun Mrs. ); and besides his mother is
i of the Mangles Motor Co., of ters by three brothers Paul
Atlanta state distributor of Maxwell father, I, of the Balis Pharmacy Ran
cars and L. Urban May of Orlando, shiver who is in the army med
'. Overland Vvhere,,:
of the Willys-Knight and W corps at Ft. Oglethorp Ga., and
r Motor Co., spent Saturday morning I Mrs. Shiver, in government service
:;-:'' in the city on business. : Tampa. I'

I ': Rev. C. H, Summers former pastor Ira P. Turner, Jr., of this city was
I i. of the Methodist church, paid a flying W. for and went to Tampa Tuesday
I visit to to\vn Saturday and left .the to help prepare the body for Ji
cers
!t{; next day for Camp Johnston. Mr. to Kissimmee the former l /
::' Summers stated that he was liable to er, ( of the family, where it'was laid
-, go overseas within a short time and rest by the side of his father who
his object in coming here was to rent many/ about 17 years ago.
." a house for his family while he Was bereaved family have many !
? away. The \ in this community who will
e
, Information !has reached the city sented sympathize with them in their <

that W. W. Saunders of Klssimmee, night .- Bradentown Journal:
has graduated from the Navigation class, w.a.s. --

school at Tampa with the rank of tacular I REPORT OF SALES
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third mate of ocean going vessels OF THRIFT STAMPS

, '; :Mr. Sounders i I. a brother of Geo. N. their geous Dickerson, W.-S. S.__________ 2 i
; Saunders, who lives on the east shore I W. Person W. S. S_____..... 1

",,4 Alligator' Lake, and is well knownto Bank, W. S. S.____________192 ,,
,of St. Cloud.
the
people I with C, Stanford, W.S.S.,1 Thrift... 7
!,'.. J. McPhatter and W. A. Biggs ret lando for '
turned ,Saturday from a two days ing School, W.S.S.,1,Thrift 61 !
:trip to Daytona Beach., While there ; '. Home Guards, W.S.s. 3

'I'' ' they witnessed the rescue of two lightful Thrift, ___4___,___,:,__..._?___ 18
-. young ladies from drowning by parties over Hardware Coy,Thrift.... f
F; on the beach. When taken out roads 'S. Gilbert, Thrift, ___________ 12
of 'Uh! *' water-'the' girls: were in an tors ) DrueStore., Thrift.-.... 2 "
. exhausted condition and doctors had visitors Tress ,Thrift ___.____. 8 -
'!, a'hard, time bringing them to. was W. B. WiUierspoon, Chairman. '

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the School Board Wash Socks waters;he numbers'thereof to, must be assigned be numbered by the .*'

.....-- the collector of customs at the nearest ;

Kissimmee, Fla., Aug. 5, 1918 port of entry (wihch Js Tampa for
Kissimmee territory) 'and the numbers
The School Board met in regular ,

L session, there being present 'w. C. to be painted 'or attached on

.Bass, chairman; W. R. Lanier and J, each ,side of the 'bow of every vessel

H. Baisden; also C. E. Yowell, county In such manner as to be distinctly-
You
superintendent, and J. S.: Cadet, attorney Knit with visible and legible. The numbers are

for the board. to be not less than three inches. high.
.. provisions-
the
Financial Statement of the County Penalty for violating
Hchool funds, for the month ending of this new law is a tine of $10 for
'July 31. 1I>1M.
GICNRBAI. HCIIOO1. FUND each offense. The only vessels exempt

Balance Receipts from during lat the r..port.n211 month. 621.07 from this law are:

I 1, Grandma'sPOMldered 1. Vessels registered, enrolled, or
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484 tit
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Warrant Issued during/ month IKS .15 licensed in any customs-house.
Balance on hand July 1- 4709,67WnbNrhonl 2. Public velllels-boat. owned by
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nnlanre, on liand laat'report.148488, + the national government or by any
: Hecelpt during month __.__-.- :2S7V .
.a. A Stat'e' government.
47739 3. Vessels temporarily equippedwith
Warrant. Issued during :month 221 '
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motors so-called
detachable (
Balance' on hand Julv SI____ 47411
"Idckers" Evlnrude engines) *
Mub-Nehool Olntrirt \iu >. or pro.
17 Balancn on hand from r..port2611.90 vided that these do not exceed sixteen-
Warrant* Issued durIng| TIKI nth..Hfl. .
'eet in length. longer than six'teenfeet
Balance SI______ v
on hand July 208 4HubNebonl the boat must be numbered,event
Ulntrlrt 'Nit.Balance .. B. ,
on hand lint report.--SKO : its engine be. detached
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Receipts. duilnir "' .ntb-r- 121 .
Power tenders belonging .a mo-
291.17 Soap "vessel-that 'is required to be numbered .-. X:
Warrants, Issued during monthBalance 11.28
l must carry the'Iam, numberas
rtn hand July SI I.____h 370$4 v
Nob-NcboeiIi.trlct' J\.. B.Ttalante does the "parent" boat
on hand last r.. Ort.....UOG.49 Numbers must be obtained for pow
.. ,, Receipt during month--4.._. .23
.f'a.1""' ered tenders to velsels'registered, en-
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t Warrant' Issued during; month:: ,.18,72'7.CO 'lied,' or' licensed in the customs-'

Balance on hand July 31.--_. 98.22fI..1 .,, ;;t:' ( house.
J I>l..ric. >.. .. : Persons in Kissimmee's vicinity

liecelpt Balance on duringmonth, Hand last report-I6........ 1.38 whq own such boats should' write to
the collector of customs 'at Tampa for
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Balance
on hand July St. It 28 I Vn/
blank forms and further information.
Warrant were examined and caa- .
celed, In open session as follow.. "'. s.! *.
(1ener.l.chool fund 1226.25.flub .
t School District No. 1, ISI.21. Diarrhoea Quickly Cured."I .
Hub-School District No. t, 0.98.
Bub-School District Ho. e. $7.SO. a ,r have been in the practice' of

> Issued Bill. as were follow approved: and warrants % W' medicine for forty years," writes Dr.

.<:. C. E:: Yowell,:salary superintendent, rh,1hv l. tiI O. A. Post, Barnwell, S. C. "I came-
I : $16000; W. C, B..". M. U I*. ,I., 14.00;
r, W. R. Lanier, M. II. P. I., n.to; J. II I ,1 Wool to this place last March, having purr
Baisden, M. B. P. 1.,. 11.00 i J. R. Cadet, Sock. chased a plantation ten miles from
alarv attorney 11260; 1're.bylerlanchurch I 44-:: / Will Not
Shrink
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onto it
rent school No. 1 18 SI) Bret here; am preparing to move ,
,, ton A Office, rent rent Ball Park won .'j bet Hard or Knot Up
No. J, 1500; Mia. Rhea Pherlgro. office 21. h11 and shall practice there. I find diar-
work. 11500] B. M Evans post n ire, . ti r af w .1 When Washed rhoea prevalent; in fact, became affected .
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telea-rama, UO.88 Klnnlmmee n
etc ; Tel- iC '
ephome Co..' office phone ,(toV.. U.Tel . '.,\t; ,. '"1! 's'hy rx 1'.3 tl.11 With Grandma .' myself; saw a notice of Chamberlain's -
Co. messag-v. II.OS; 'Carson Farmer ,' h 1lfh w Y d ,Mr ., ; ye '". ., Colic and( Diarrhoea Reme-
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Insurance schools No. 1 and 20. _. \1" ,
1201.en; A. 11; 1)roughtLaurance' ,11. '. \ ," dy, bought a small bottle and it is
MChOol No. 1, $2500; J. U Overstreet.record . *'
!nir deed school No. .1. $1 60, . ?ood.
Osoeola Hardware Co. supplies school, lt', 9. L--- -
No.1. J6c., Arnold A Maedonouirh contract
, schools Nos 82 and 40, repaint DENIES PROFITEERING AND
NOB 2 and 7. 1122221; (1. B. IVondall, 'J
labor school No. I. 18.OO; State Hank, HOARDING Or" FARM EQUIPTWashington
order of Arnold. A Macdonouich I $400,
: R B [). Fund No. 3, loan from general)
rt fund $200.00.B. D. C. Aug. 22.Sel
!. 6!. D. No. 1 F..... ,
W B. Maklnaon, supplies school No. ling goods on r replace value basisin
fr II, $4.70. certain will be consider
It. n.! n. ,KO. a Fead.r cases
B H. Fertlc, supplies school No.. IS, profiteering according to a statement
$260 Osceola Hardware Ca. "
; paint androofInsen
S./' / 1$. $8886; Alberty Arnold t issued today by the Office of
Inspection of election $2.*<>; 11. Sellera, Farm Equipment Control cf the U.
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Inspection of election $2 00 r 21. A.
FttalllnKS Inspection of election, $2,no. a ti '1v- R S. Department of Agriculture, which
T J. R. Somesett. clerk, of electron. $..00; administers; the licensing of farnt
O. W Kertlc, Inspector of election, .
$2 00; J. B Owen Inspector of election, iii" equipment industry under the Food
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$2 00; a C. Miller, Inspection of election GRANDMA leaves them soft '
and
$200)) K. M. Bdrls. clerk of election. fluffy and ., Control Act. t
$200: B. A. Oray' contract and
Farm held contractedfor
f equipment ,
.6 I drayage sen 13. $I|$.00; :s. H. Ualaden. r makes them the feet
Gic labor and drayage 12. I12CC4; I'hllllp' ?> > : easy on or arranged for, by any manu-
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Bros, material sch 12. IS9I5.
S. S. D .N*. B F..... facturer, wholesaler. rotailer, or other t
,C. S. Partin, clerk of election. $200/ ; dealer, in excess of reasonable
J. A. Barclay, inspector of election,
$2.001; J. M. Kharpe, Inspector of election Many inferior soaps are made with rosin and requirements cf Us business, for use a
$2.00, H. V. Partln Inspector ofelection ,
sale him in 'reasonable time
1 41.00. 1 or by a j
; .,i''The board finding insufficient funds ,.\.;.. when you wash woolen socks with them it is considered hoarding, )under the "1" .

to the credit of School District No. 3, meaning of the Act of Congress approved 1
R to 'pay the outstanding bills against causes the socks to shrink and get hard and knot August 10, 1917, to provide

Aid district ordered to be further for the national security and
;' transferred from, the general 200.00 school .' up. Countless hours spent in knitting have vbeen'f { defense, by encouraging the production -

14 fund to said district fund, said lost ) BBoapractically ,\conscrving'!;' the supply, and 'con- ,,

mount to be transferred to( the gen:e ':''i just because the socks have ,been- ; I. (rolling(} ,;the ,distribution, oft food, pro. '

( T 'Hi rriTlii Tn'gTMrTfiTiTMisnuaf Mm duMaiand fuel," ", <, -, "
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fund when there were sufficient ruined : ; ,1"l$ /
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funds,to the credit,. of said district.,>>! 'by improper washing: : II.fA!! farm equipment that is hoarded! + +'

B. A. Guy reported that he 'com cannot be considered under this rul-, .,
> plated' the" teachers' cottage at Ke- ing, the statement says, but will be

nansville except about a days 'work dealt with under the Act, ixconlirig- ,

end asked 'the board to advance $225 to' the merits of each particular case. 's{

on the contract. He also presented a The prices of f..rtn equipment! nre '\

bill for $8 for dtayage. The board GRANDMA'S Powdered more or less seasonal but if the 'j '

allowed the advance and ordered a Soap price! 'should rise or fall during! the .j

0 warrant' drawn covering both items. season, then, to bo consistent, n per,1

: Mr. Baisden stated that he had had son who wishes to sell on the basis '"

.. the teachers cottage at Kenansville of replacement values would be obliged -

painted and the seats placed in the to sell at a loss! if the price fell. j

new building at.a cost of I12C.G4. Follow these directions and will never have xrouuie. Equipment carried over from one J,
The board ordered the bill paid from you any season to anot.ler-that: i is, the residual .' I ':I

the district funds. Use GRANDMA in luke warm water and wash the socks frorn; a previous senson'c reasonable .

.Arnold 'A MacDonough presented supply-should be considered in '.

their bill covering contract for erecting in the wonderful; suds. Then: rinse in luke warm water . the same manner. Therefore, if persons r \i
buildings at schools No. 32 and have sold at replacement values 1

: 40, and also for repairs on buildings shake them out well (do not wring) and hang \ they must continue to do so ,1

.t schools Nos. 3 and 7, amounting to .. when a drop in prices comes, and ,

$11622.21 less $4 the in the beginning throughout the
State Bank. The board ordered period i
warrant: drawn-in favor of Arnold 4 of the high prices in order not to>

. MacDonough for $1222.21, and one GRANDMA is the'most economical and finest profiteer. t

.' in favor of the State Bank for $400. I In short, says the statement, it will 'f
1 The returns has been received "all round" household soap that can be used. You not be considered profiteering if farm

(from the elections equipment is sold on the basis of
held in Special replacement
Tax School Districts: Nos. 3 and 5, on measure it out with a spoon-no waste. Try it. .. prices, provided the goods i

; July 26, 1198, the board proceeded to 4 I, sold are replaced at once at replace- :;

: canvas the same and found the results ment prices and this practice: is continued

as follows: during tile high prices caused
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District Vs. 8 by the war.
B Whlttler-For TrusteesB: F. Roe It will be considered profiteering
A received .Ix vot..ei O. C. Miller received '
ti six vote b. if manufacturers, wholesalers :
; Alberty. Arnold received urGrocerB retailers -
six vote. I'' .
T"or Tax -Levy-One mill received six or other dealers, having a regu-

Vote Lokosee. -For Trustees, C. 7411ler lar stock of farm epuipment, sell out r', ;
received four vote.; Wallace Phil at replacement value during rising 11
lip received received four four vote vote; Alberty Arnold prices without replacing A.he stock or '!

For Tax Ix-vyi! two and onehalfmills Sc .. intending to replace it, and selling at 'I
received four vote. .
>l trlet No. B, 0Siz.e L replacement values when prices are 'iJ
Wl : .
Center Kor Trustees: H. V. Packatea lijii' Has It falling. Manufacturers, wholesalers
Partin received two votes: J. A. Barclay ( ; ,
received ten votes; C. S. Partin aDd Larter retailers or other dealers, desiring to
received one vote: H. M. Part In receive b sellout
; without !
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8d eight votes; J. M. Sharpe received r .J...;;.;_ : ,. replacing, should sell
five votes; W, -D._Simmon' receivedunree at cost price plus a fair usual profit. ,
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vote; J a: Partin received onevote
David Baa It will be considered
t- : received two vote. hoarding if "
'three. For vote Tax ,Levy two three mill. mill received received.Ix amount of district tax to( be levied and collected in said district. I board unanimously granted the request IMPORTANT TO KISSIMMEE any manufacturer, wholesaler, retailer -

votes, one and one-half mill received and collected in said district The board ordered the certified and asked Prof. Evans to prepare VALLEY BOAT OWNERS. or other dealer, holds, contracts t
;: ; wo vote J. A. Barclay, H. M. Partin and J. check of Trade & Nash: which was' the necessary details and pres: for, or arranges for a quantity of J

t B. P.:Roe, AJberty Arnold and G. C. M Sharpe having received the highest '''deposited by them in lieu of a bond ent them at the September meeting. This is important to any one own- farm equipment in excess of the reasonable J,

Ifiltar: having received the highest number of votes cast for trusteesin 'for the construction of the Kenans. There being no further business, ing a boat operated in whole or in requirements of his businessfor

+ number of votes cast for trustees in district No. 5,,were declared elect- HriUe school building to be returnedto the board adjourned until its regular part by macbinery-even if it be only sale by him over a reasonable

; district No! 8, were declared elected ed trustees of said district. Two them meeting, September 2nd. i little one-horse motorboat.June . time. Manufacturers, wholesalers,retailers i

,f trustees of".said district. One! mill mills having received the majority of ,Prof. R., M. 'Evans appeared before 7, 1918, Congress. enacted a and other' dealers finding

: JoaVtog1 received the ,majority of the votes cast for tax levy in district No. the board and asked for consent to drove' Tasteless. chill JaW'' requiring every undocumented themselves inadvertently in this'position i

:k votes- east for tax. levy'in district No. two mills were declared to be the introduce military training in the d..uoyalb.nalwtel sum..which T..Ic'J J vessel operated in whole or in part by sUould sell at cost plus a fair

fla,"ooa mUJ iras,. declared to be the amount of district tax to be levied Osceola,, Bounty High School. The totl.blood by UvMalwiMosquito., machinery, owned in the United usual profit.

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97 B. Crawford Lee) Jarrel' ) IN CAMP. non-payment of bill or bill, a charsre and 3. tt Dibble and H. f. Cunningham. BBaemaki a .ak-Dlrtalea af BlaekTwVoVVfBToVk
of 11.00) will be to .
On* Dollar < made

CRAWFORD A.JARRELLA1TORNEYS.AT.LAW This. is wonderful place' out here, cut .am* In mire.. In addition to the Unless said certificate shall be re. Lot ::: .M-n-ir-tNthM Poru' ._...___.__:.. '."
A minature of Eden payment of all Indebtedness to the city I deemed according to law, tax deed will 3elt TY :

garden. (or light and water and the payment Issue thereon on the .th day of Sep II lO.ft s JO ft. w 10 ft.............a Maddox ..._......__...... lit ..
of the above mentioned deposits tember A. -
Offices 4, 6. 6 and 7 CitUena Plenty 0( sleep and plenty to eat, deposit be.Seo or I D. UU.I Watera Caraaa G_ ('Ie'. HeSafeDiTtalea :
the >
1 : a* case may JJ* OVER8TRBKT. J.
Bank BuUdlnjr A simple lift we 1Q'e leading. ,. All ordinances or parts of Clerk Circuit Court of Osceola County af Blaeks L.E a ad IB. .

Klssimmee ordinance In conflict herewith are Florida. By a H. BULLOCK. D. C. Lot 10, __.?_...........................Joe .Johnoto .. .. .._ i.ir
Florida hereby repealed.. - NH of Block 6...................,..._Mary W. lA.Sa.l I. !!.!.""!!!!. 114
You get all your clothing for nothing-, Passed In open cession by unanimous NOTICE TO-CREDITORS.- Lots 1 and S, Block 8__.:_..__..*.....Lesley A Bass-1...-.-".........it._. .'5
NHof Lot 8 Block I.__...__. ...,_. '
vote this IHh day of August.A. *.J. w; Miller ..... .__ 4.11
all those In Court' of1 """" "*--' -
dishes and the
DR. W.. W. CARSON Sure; your 13. 11.1-'. County State of-County Judge.. Osceola All of Block 14.----------i-J. M Johnston. ._....:........__ -*
DENTIST thing; F. H. L WSON. tate of John M. Lee.Florida -In' re Es All e cept E. .t C. Bass -...-....-,... ..._ \\..\
(SEAL) President of the' Council.. Begv NW. Cor of Block SO. runs 8. 100

Office or r Pilley Building Some beautiful walks in the morning, J. R. OIL.BKRT. Clerk To tees all, and Creditors all Legatees.having Distribu claims .ft.. K. 100 ft, N. 100 ft. W. 100 .ft..Mrs. Precllla Baas Estate. _.._ ILT. .
persons
Approved this 10th day of August. '
C. Saa-DlTl.
N. BryaB-B af Blaek
pSIoe Hour: I-H. 1__I Enjoying it just like kings A. D. Ill I. or demands against said estate *V
"1<.0 Phone 111 Residence 'PhOBs M JOHN .8. CADEL .You and each of you are hereby no
0.. Administered far Hxtraatlaa. el Mayor.TEACHERS' tified and required to present any' Lot II _-...._...___................_._. _8. N. H..r. ..........____... 11.01
Teeth There are waiters to eerve you BJEAMINATIOKNetlce claims and demands which you or ei 8 or Lot 1 and S... of JII", of Lot I. "

ther of you may have against the es Block M. ....____..............__d3. D. Woodbeek .: _I..... SI.If
"chow, Is hereby given that the State tate of John M. Lee, deceased late of All of Block R and .8_......._......,.!.Mrs, B, V, Collier. .Hill.._..... is*'
LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW And the service is really a treat; Board of Examiners will hold an examination Osceola' Executrix County Florida, to the undersigned Hears AddlUaa."J".1 .

Think ot getting1 this all for nothing for teachers' certificates at two years from the of said date estate hereof.within' i {- '? .lnej Block'A.' .....*._.....Mrs. M. F: Bears Kst.: ...:........ |'.1B

it cant be't beat the ,Hlirti Florida School, on September bulldlns';: In 10th Klsslmmee ,. 1>11.S6i4t. .' nated July list A. n U18. Lot 1. Block B..._.........__......,.Mrs. 8. E. Gardner..;...!........_ *11 Soath *.
Why honest I
14-lt Flarida Mallraad .
C. E. YOWBLU Supt. DORA & LEE Executrix.NOTICH I .. .rYe, .
Waring Building.r Lots T and 8, Block I ........ '
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nr ADMINISTRATOR! -TORriKAL 8W. 40 ft of Lot Block 4.. .. .H"l3 Lesley' "">' .*.... }?.if
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A.doctor.to all 0. K. NO-TICK. 7. X.' __......._....._.. ...
keep you Notice Is hereby riven that! the Board DISCHAHUM. I Lot 7. Block 7..--..-...-...___.._._...M. j. HiTiV. ....._ .. J J
... Jeneston a p. .. And we all hit the hay just at nine of County Commissioners of OsceolaCounty In Court of County Judge, State oC Lots 1 to 4 Ino. Block ...............W. B.sa. ... -"."".._.....-_"_-......._.-. Jj-46.
Florida '
Florida, will receive bids up to Osoeola County.-In re. Es Lot (. Block I.--*-..-...................K. ir Le.ley. ... . ? _
Thirty month .is some wonderful tate, of D. C. Lee. Lots 7 and I **"* ..*.... 4'5
Block 8
a .. .
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW . on'10 a.nine m. hundred Monday thousand September No Ind I,wire-l111S. Nbtlce Is lIer..byIven to alt whom It Beg- 70 ft 8 ,47 deg- H.- of---most- -- .west-- r. C. Bass. <.**.................. 11.41

pay.And cut luir, brick; also on No S repressedpaving may concern that on the 4th day of ernly cor. of Block V, runs 8. 47 d..ga
Offices and just like a gift-it is 'fine. brick. Bidders allowed to bid February, A. IX 1 tt t. I shall apply to B. 71 ft, N. 43 deg-., E. 110 .ft, N. 47deg
10 Bank
11 Citizens
12 the
,. on all or any part of said amount.' Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge" of -., W. '71 ft, thence 8. 41 deg-, W. .' -

:.f Building Bonrd n-servos rlxht" to reject any or said final Court discharge as" Judge as Administratrix of I>Probate for of the my 110 ft ..__. .&.:.__?,.___..:........n.;;:AT D. Ollb4trt..,..............,......1 14.15
And look at the before all bids. Bids to be .ddrru..d to J. 1* *
us
Klsslmmesv.Fla. prospects
; Overstroet. Clerk Klunlmmcip. Florida.Heal estate of I}. C. Lee, deceased: and that Bear" most southerly cor of,Lot 7, Block DII .
A fine chance to sail 'er.the. eaa, ( .) J L. OVfcRSTREET. at the same time I will present to said ,, runs N. 4t. d..II'.. W. 140 ft N. U" "
Clerk Board County Commissioners. Court my final accounts as Administra degE It tt ft, 8. 47 degB.. 140 ft.
A wonderful journey to Europe, !4-6t .'J trix of said estate and ask for their. ap N. 41 dear., W. to ben;.also Lot 4 ofDoneican. #

And nothing to pay in fee proval.Dated. Miller A Stanford's .Resubdlvlslon .
NOTICK.Notice .. July" 18th. A. T). UI8. of Lots 7 and I..R. r... Lesley..........?._......_l 17.95
Is hereby irlvn that the Board lllem6moNOTICH FLORA B. L13E!:, Administratrix.. : Lot I.. Block It...;_.......?*........__Mach Hros. ?__....._...,.._,... 1715
C 8S0l'} F 8J E8' I hope; the' war keeps on warring, of County Commissioners of Osceola Lot '8.: Block II.._--- ___-,...._._..._..Much Bros. .......,..,...........I|'.45
County Florida, will receive tilde up to Lots S, 4..8 and 7,.Block II...__.,.._._. B. Aultman. .- ..............101l.4.
That it won't be only a flier, 10 a. m. Monday, Koptemher 2nd If 18, Notice Is OK MAftTKIl'S! BALIS. Lot 2. Block 14 _..............._..__.___Mrs. O. W. McKay. ...... !
For every one likes the life out here- for the salo of 146.60000 6 per cent serial virtue hereby of given that und..rand Lot 4. niocie i4.r.........._.......__.K. ;w. mtter. _...,! ..... !!!.!! IIIILot
bonds, Special. Road' and Bridge by Issued of final and decree. of foreclosure 7. nioclc 14.-..___..___.....---...Mrs. L. H. Nelson.. ..!_...!?!!.!!. .'.111
Like n. I'm awful liar! District No. S, maturing at rate of out under the seal '
-. an of Frame Building- leased Lot 8,, Block! .
SELLS the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial
-Trench and Camp. semi-annually.I2.000.UO/ per annum. Interest payable Circuit of tti.. State. of Florida In 18 .........___...__.__*_...-....___.Robert Reldel -...-_....._..... 7.71
,V. ,All bids to be addressed' to J. I* and for Osceola, County In chancery B..K'. 81 ft 8. 47 des K. at most northerly /
11..11 Clerk KISHlmmee. Florida.J. sitting. In a certain caufie therein pend cor of Block 1.. runs H. 4T deir" .> '
Fire, Life Accident and O'er.t.reet. L. OVER8TRRKT. ing wherein Debbie H. Thurman Is K. 60 ft, 8. 48 deir" ., W. 76 ft, N. 47 *
TIME TO ACT Clerk Board County Commissioners.346t complainant and B. C. 8. Cobb and degW.. (0 ft, N. 41 deg-., K. IS ft-.Rull Bass ....._.:............._.. a....".
Clara V. Cobb his wife 'and Osceola Bear, most southerly cor. of Lot Z,
Health, Plate Glass, Liability Construction and Developing" Company Block 16, ryns N. 41 dec, E. 76 ft, N.
I 1SOTICK: OK API-MCATIOHr FOR TAXI are respondents, the undersigned" as 47 d"g.V.. 71 ft. 8. 41 dell'..' 'V. 75 ft.
and Boiler Insurance. Don't Wait for the Fatal Stages of >KKD. Special Master In Chancery, will sell at 8. 47 ;Heir., K. 71 ft...,-....*._.... Rull Bass. ...___...___..._._,, ll.JS
Notice Is hereby Klven thftt I). A. public outcry during the legal" hours of Lot 5, Block 2) -..._..._.___. .___.....RuH Ball..- ,.......j............ 11..'
Kidney Illness.. Profit by His- .. nit II., purchaser of Tax Certificate No. sale, before the Court House door In I OatDsft 111"a?.. *
dated the 7th day of August A. D. tne city of KlHslmmce, In said County -
Legal Bonds Executed slmmee People'! Experience. IfiX.311U. has Oled said certificate In my ofna of Osceola and State of Florida, on ""I Lots 1, I and I,_________.._.._____.___.Rull Bass, -...T..........__..... II.IS
and has made application for tax: Mondav the 2nd day of September1, A. Lot JO .../.__':'___._..H. I* L..sley, ....._.........._ 840
Same Needed. deed to Issue In accordance with law. D. 1118 the following described real r Lot 24 ::::::::_..::_:::. ________....D. H. Thurman _......_........_. 8 40
Day Occasional attacks of headache Said certificate embraces the following estate situate In said Osceola County, Lot 27, ,. ..-___._..._A. J, MacDonough, .............. II.85Ix
irregular urination headaches and described property situated In OsceolaCounty Florida: >ta. Brt, 51 d--i4, _::::: :_______...K. Ij. esley, _._._..._.._._.... 8 40
Florida to-wlt: Lot 34, SemInole The south half of Section 18. Township Lots 66, 68 and 70. ______*___-.....__K. L. Lesley .-............._.._ 8.6Onborae
dizzy spells are frequent symptona Land A Inv. Company's Subdivision 36, Range" 19 Enst. A, O'Neal Addltlea. .

OFFICE: State ,Bank Building of kidney disorders. It's an error to of all except n H of n w Vt ofn Terms of sale.. cash. Lot 6, Mloclc A.-._...___u__......_____A. )I. Spier. >___..._..?_._.... U.15
e of Section ThIrtv-One (It), Z BASS. Lot 4 and W 16 ft from Lot 7. Block BW. H. Arnold .._.... _._... __ 67.45M.
neglect these ills. The attacks may Township Twenty-Six. (14) South 884Special Master In Chanoery. 80 ft of I.ots 1 and I. Block D___...Annie J. Paroells, ...!!..,...?!!._. I.85Ix
off for time Mauve Thirty-One (It) East the said >t G, Block I> __......__..-----.,...H.m. Howell __..._............. 10.86K.
/ess a but generally land bclnir assessed. at the date of Issuance NOTICB Or ADMINISTRATOR U Of Lots Ii and 16, Block D.:'....H. L. esley' __....._........,.,. 18 15
return with greater -intensity.. Don't of said certificate In the name of <4 Jf. W. THOMPSON J. Sampson. la Cvart ..f Vaaa r ".d.e. State atFlorida. II. A. Matbewa AddlHaa.NH .
delay a minute. Begin taking Doan'sKidney Unless said cert Ideate shall be redeemed M-vala Laaaty.la of Lot 1. Block U. ._i..._.._._..Cathrlna Bradshaw _...__.._. 10.15Clarkaaa'a
Pills, and keep up their use according to law. tax deed will re1 Kstate af WilliamVerkerIrt Re-Saa-Dlvlslaa af Let
DirectorAND Issue thereon on the Sth day of Sep Notice Is hereby "given, to all whom t, Blaek H.
Funeral
until the desired results are .obtained. tember. A. O. 1(18.J. It may concern that on the SOth day Lot C,.., _________,....,._....___Albert Love. -........._........ '..1
Good work in Kissimmee the U OVERSTREKT. of September. A. D. 118. I shall apply: Lots 8 and 4, Block. H, ...___...-...._Will O. Clarke __._.....,__..... 11.45
proves Clerk Circuit Court .Osceola' Cpunty to tho Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge Lot 2, Block Q. ....._____...-.-.--.__.Hsttle O. Cornell.. ............... 8.25Benr.
effectiveness of this great kidney Florida. I of Bald Court.- aS'Judve- of Probate, -for NW Cor Lot 1, Block 8. runs. 8. '

remedy.A. my final discharge as Admlnlstrater of I 114'ft. E. 71 ft N. I. ft, W. 78 ft... __J. 8. Guernsey _..._.__.."_.;_.. 1.41
NO-TICK. the estate. of William Weckerly deceased ,, Bes";. 58i ft E. ot 8 W. cor N. W. 44 of .
LICENSED EMBALMER M. L. Chauncey 18 Emmett St., Notice Is hereby given that 8. B. ; and that at the same time I S R. K, 8..e.. 11, Tp 26. R. 2C.. runs B.
Story, purchaser of Tax CertificatesNos. will present to said .Court my final accounts 66.8 ft N. 1 deg- E. 10V"" ft W. 68.Rft.
Kissimmee, says: "I can hardly describe 414. 420, 421. 422, 424, 425, 427. and as Administrator' of said. estate, 8. 1 deg-. W. iOIl""*4 ft.ln Blocks T .

the' misery I endured 'from 411 dated the 7th day of August A. D. and ask for their approvaL and U ..............____._11[. C. Ludlow.............._._.. 15.45 .,
Store and Chapel Stewart Are lilU. has filed said certificates In my Dated nod April. A. D. 1(11. 'IOII"--f
: Beir. BW. of
office' and has made application for E. of cor NWI&
backache about a year ago. When I tax deed to.Issue In accordance with A. ED. DROUGHT of 8FJ,.. Sec. 11. Tp. 16. R. It. runs *

Klsstramee. Fla., stooped over to lift anything a sharp law. Said certificates embrace the following K-lam6mo. Administrator.NOTICIQ N, 190 ft., E 1 4U-- ft.. 8. 20 ft.. W. .
described property situated In 14 ft.. S. 170 ft.W.. 58U ft., Block .
<>4> 4>04>4>4> 4)4) 4>+4) pain took me in the small; of my back Osceola County, Florida: to-wlt: (Far Or Flaal ADMINISTRATOR Dlaeaarge' ) u. -----.-----------.-...--.--..-__ :. Tiller ......._..._.__......_._.IT.7 5
and I could No. 416. Cot .76, la Section 17. No. BeK' 100 ft. W: "' SE. cor :
hardly straighten. My ... .'
la Caart af Caaaty . State atriarfda.
420 IxH 81: No. 421. Lot lilii! No. 422 nY' '11 H ". N. 1'111 f t., B TlHTt: .

j. M. TILLER kidneys acted too frequently and the Lot 127; all In Section 1*. No. 424.L re Katat ell. Oseeala Fred neal.Caaaty.la a ft.._...._._........._..........a U Lesley..,......J_..._...,..16.15
secretions were scanty end highly *>ts 17 and 31; No. 425. Lot 13; No. Notice is hereby given to all whom Mab..tt... Sab-OlTlslea la hews .,

Real I.Estate Agency. I colored. .I had headaches and dizzy 126 427,, all Lot In 48 Section: No. 421 20.Lota All of 110 the 115 above and It may concern that on t'ie xuth day L*'"'AddlUaa.. an. '. Block A_____..... Theresa (
!! 10 of September. A. D. 118 I shell apply *......Mrs. Fluke!.............. ...,
I : pells, too. As my wife had taken being in Township 26 South. Range. to the Hohorable T. M. Murphy. Ju.tceof V.. A. Patriek'a Addltlea.... .... ._ .
!F. East.!: said Court, as Judge of Probate, for Lot I. Rlock 1 A .....-..-...._.._._...Mrs. Carrie Oardnler. ..........1 45.15
Realty bought and sold.Houies j Doan's Kidney Pills with good sue. The said lands being assessed, respectively my final discharge as Adtrtnlstratorof. Lot 4, Block A. .___?.-..___.?......_._Mrs. Ada B.... .__..........._ 41 45
r. cess I used four boxes and at the date of the Issuanceof the estate of Fred Deal, deceased; 2S Lot '. Block F..__....__........Mrs. B B. Simpson. ...___ _,._ 14.16
rented. they relieved said certificates In the names of R. NH Lot 1. Block _.......... !
and that at the same time I will present O. _.....Mildred C. Hansel :......_ __26.41
C. B.
l.' Taxes paid and Titles verified me of the backaches head a.A. B.Painter Burnslde.A. B.V Bayllss.Hoyt. 8 W. Ketter.Ingr Martin. *to said Court my final accounts B. C. Miller's. Ra-Sab-DlTlalea af .

aches and dizziness and I felt better J. W, Harris, and H. B. WyatU as Administrator of said estate, and Lot.L.tl 1. Blaek. H.
'f. for non-rejidents. Unless, said I certificates. shall be redeemed ] ask for their approval. ___...._.._____...._E. L. Le.I.,.,. __..... .:......._.. .41
in every wa7.HPrice according to law, tax deed will Dated April 22nd.! A. 1>. Itll.A .. Belf lit ft W. of NIII. cor of Lot 4. ,
Life Accident
Fire and I
,. .- E. DROUGHT.l1am6mo. Block H. run's a ,
Issue thereon on the 8th day of September 42 M ft.. W. 14
.t. suraBce. 60c at all deal era. Don'tsimply .A. D. Uti.. ; Administrator, N. 41H ft., A 60 ft.---.--....--.- "l"j.r.. Thompson ._..;._....._.. 7.11
ask for a kidney remedy-getDoan's (Seal) J. L. OVERSTRKBT Be.. NW e.r. of Block ,run. E. 81...
Indemnity Bonds. Clerk Clrcutt Court Osceola County, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ft.. S. 101 ft. E. II'" tt., 8. II ft.. W.
Kidney Pills-the same that Florida By 8. H. Bullock D. C. 81 ft. N. Illi tt..A.; L, Davidson. .._..._...?.._ 11.16U'JSoV

;. ... . . .. . . ... . ...... Mr. Chauncey had. Foster-Milburn Departsaeat. at af Galaeavllla the latvrlar., Fla V.Aag ft. Laa 1* i't V l* : 41'* .tt.. ",. .. .: '
I Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. NOTICE! OF APPLICATION FOR TAX lel& 14'1'" .__..__.._.._...- ,. .. B...., _..._.._..._.__.i.0'
I DKKU. Notice Is hereby given that Thomas Lot I. lesi.'& 1'1'" ft, Block M..4.I. 'R. Smith. .,..._......_....__.... 11.411
\ .. II A. Fore of Orange, Center Fla. who, ''E. .. ft. Lot '. Block ..__._...._._. Tiler, ....._.._.................. 1'.'" .
Notice Is hereby given that C. A. on September 16, 1116 mad Homestead Lot 4. Block It B. Mille" '
" oult MEATS LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS Straub' purchaser of Tax Certificate Entry. No 014081 for NEM4, of sion .:-Z.-.r.1.: ."."Ii'.1"Ij. R. Grav.*,\,.'.::/'.:'t:, ......",.,..M..:...::" HM
t" No. 93. dated the 7th day of August 3BV4. Section 18. Township' 24 S,
ARC WELL KEPT A. D. 1818 and of Tax Certificate No. Range 17 E Tallahassee Meridian, haa Lot Lot }.. Ie.leu. w 4'. ft. Block V-__ ...,____X. K. Tiller.'....__..,.::::::;.-.:;..... '.71
i'I I, OV NOTICB FOK BID. 143. dated the 6th day of July A. D. filed notice of Intention to makeThreeyear I. V ". *nd "H f lot '
In office establish claim w'/Block ---_---........ .....__J. R. Uraves .
lUll. has filed said certificate my Proof to : .11'._......_.,_._. '.11
BUTCHERS ADEPT; Notice Is hereby given that bids will and has mad application for tax to the land abovo described before S 1111" Lot .. Dlock .----.....__......_Frances Bpllttar ......_......_.' 28.45
; be received up to 10 .. m. on Monday deed to Issue In accordance with law. Clerk Circuit Court at Klsslmmee, AU ot tt Lot I. Block r_...._..._:-.Lewis O'Bryan ,._....j_..*.__ 86.46 j,
September 2nd. far 10 uniforms for Said certificate embraces the following" Fla., on the SOth day of September W 140 rt Block .-------.....-----.----__ Tiller ._........_................111..' ,
the Osceola county Home Ouards, each situated In Osceola 118. E 11111 ft of Block '. n of A. C. L. R. ft.I. R. TIUer__._...._..........._.... ,1..41 I
; uniform to consist of: :.c.c.fo".1g.rtr.: \ ; ,- : Claimant names as witnesses: Ther- .. Block 1._.W. G. H.nkl!!._........';'........ ...11 .
1 Hat, army style. Lots '. 10, 1 I. 33, 31. 14 In Section 4, on H. Keen of Orange" Center. Fla., ftK S4 1 Olive Urab Shirt (make bra on and Lot 1 In Section f. In Township 18 Ernest H. Keen of Orange Center ( ....:!.:_....n. u. OIIMU...._..............._ is.se 'i
both woolen and cotton) South Range 19 Bast, according to the 'la., Ira K. Keen., -of Orange Center 8 ... Lot IK----.---..._....._... .. D. Campb.I1.. ....._._...""_ 11.41. 1" :
1 Pair Olive Drab Foot Breeches. ,. plat of Park Gardens, the said land Fla.. W. W. Allen of Loughman. Fla. Lotll I 1. Blook 18-i---.R. .A. Lu.k_._......_....._......_ 7ioe J '
Khaki Twill being assessed at the date of Issuanceof ROBT. W. DAVIS N 50 ft.nd.t;. ........ Lx>rens ................. '11..' I,
1 Web Melt. Cuff said certificate In the name of C. F. JS-St. Register.NOTICE . N ... of .. of Lot 1. Block 10.R. P. Han.on..._......._..._ 1'1 ;
Drab Block
WHO 1 Talr Olive Leggings.The I I-- ---------N. B. Lock-__._.................. 11.1' 1
A BUTCHER board reserves the right to reject Fractlon.l Lot '. n of R. R.. Block 1..Mr.. W. C. Ba... .... _......... 1.71
any and all bids.J. Fractional Lot 4. n *f R. R-. :Block 14llj. F. OBerry_.__! 110
KNOWS HIS BUSINESS U OVER8TREET.5lt . AH nof A. C. L. Ry., Block a......_..Warren Wayman "..!!!!!!!!!!!!!. 1416
Clerk Board of Co. Com'ners.AN
"V. C.' Be_ Addltlaa. <

t -: II In charge of this market. He Lot S. ---....................-.._......Feucht. A Nelson_.............. 1.15 ,
OHDINANCK.An .
purchases only the fipest meats ordinance to Amend "An Ordinance Lot ....---.J.. ._..._.....W. U. C..IT.r.................... al.1" Jo ..
Relating to the Use of Water Notice Is hereby given that the following described lands, or so much E. L.. w.l., A4.IU...
and handles them in a manner and Lights In the City of Klsslmmee thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite Lot Lot.T....-:.-...-............ ; .. H. Quln................._... 1..1S .
that insures their freshness when "Florida and Regulating the Payment to the .same together with the cost of such sale and advertising will Lot 14 .nd 10."n. I. 8mhh____._.......__.......
Therefor and providing the Methods be sold at public auction on tha second day of September A. D. 1S18 In front ESts'll "to"i4"lnVlMi ---..----_..___"flr>> "ttYheeler estate-._; j.ell
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you welcome them to your home. of Furnishing such Water and L.lghts of the City Hall door at Klsalmmee County of Osceola and State of Florida Lot 3S" _. ; -...--.___SJ*" .. -r..._....._..-.... *}.J J
to the Cltlsena and for the Collection : Lot. -- .._.?.-?.!!!!;......_.._ .. M. Qulna_.................._.. .
Our unfailing courtesy and honest of Water and Light Bills"Be IS and -..""....:.._.... ._.... Eo Ev.n. _. .. ... 1.11
It ordained by the Council of the DESCRIPTION OF LANDS. OW lER. Tax. and Cost. l..ot. 4. t0 8I--..-._.__...--!.__..!!lL'esley A Bais..!!!!!!..I...III! 14".4S
Lot
methods appeal to folks who believo City of Klsslmmee that the "Ordi R. H. P. Droaathf. Addltlea. 47 ....--.........-..-..-..._.___..j. c. Moora........_,-.......... 1.11

in getting: their money's nance Relating to the Use of Water Lots 6 to 8 Inc.. Block A___.___..._.__K. t- Lesley. __..., ....__._.$ 11.05All vLilly's A..It.... .
and Lights In tha City of Klsslmmee of Blocks B: B. H. and K,_':__..._a B. Aultman .._?_.,-<...._.... 84.46 I Lot 8. Block *-.-.-...-_...._.._-.___C. H. Campbell................_ 7..' .
worth. of quality goods. "Florida be Amended to read aa fol.low. AH of Blocks O and D......__....___.u8. B. Aultman ..___,--__._..... 10.06 A. K. Deara-aa's Kak-DlT. af n
.:" All of Blocks I and J.___...__.__.____B. L. Lesley _..._____.__.___... 17.IS I B U of N B M af N W *H al II" . .
Section 1. That beginning upon and Lots I to 4 Inc.. Block F_._._._______.A. L. Davidson ...__._..__..____. 26. 8Oseeala 8e iH Taj 35, H. 2>. 4. ., .

A.Including U. 1918.the all lot water day and of lights September furnished Hardwara. Caa Re-Saadlvl* L t's"<< noclf' Block *.-..-------_.__._W. Tiller .____._._........._.._.. 6.el '
the cltlsens of Klsslmmee loa of Lots T aad (*. Black; F. I...-.--..-.----._.__.___clarjl R Market whether to Individuals, firms or corpora Lot 2, Block F -._....----.--__.___.__.Mollle Gllmore ...i__.?..,?.?. 1.60a. *. ** Batler's Addltloa.

City tlons. shall be for according to A. Hoblaaea'B Aadltlasu Lot 100 ft square In n e cor BlockJl.._H. H. Drlg-gers.... .. .. 16.'5
paid .. .. .
; beascertained Lot 6 less N 10 feet Block 1__.__.____ ** Hyfttt .._._._____...___... n.n
amount used, such amounts to r. A. Carsaa's
the Mamie Mence ..._..__.____..... 4. J! Addltlaa.Lt .
H' Lot 6, Block !_.._.._... ...__..__ LOt
by means of water and W&" Lot 4. Block S_. __.___?____ Roxle Cody ____................ 4.66 I. lock ----.-.-__.__._____.__James Bronson ...__._....?...-. I.JS
light meters, at the following thousand rates: LorB. Block 4_ I_ _____""__"Mr.. M. E. Orlfnn., _..__.? 18.46 14. Block A-..._.__....._.___.___._K> Jt L*.le'r_.._........_.._.._T- 1.1
A Oat rate of 16 cents all per Lt 1. Block 5_.'."__"._".__"___"____.___:__Mrs. J. M. H.oten Bstale_____.. 11I.811 Lot 16 Block A--._..__..,____.___.._0< HaeorK._..,__.?.__.._._._ 1...
$ ........ . .... ... ... (1000) gallons ased for water with used W V of Lots S and 8. Block 6_____...Walter Howard ____..._._..__.,. 10.ISl KUslssssea HelsThts. _

minimum irrespective charge of the of amount One Dollar per a Lot > Block ._ .... .... uJ sse McNeal _______.__.__.*._. 1686 Lot. 4S to 60_....-._-..-.____ ____._TTnknoivn ................__...__.. 1.IS
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month meters to be read monthly. IAt 10. Block :::: :: ::_: Cofield -....._.:-_..__ 1. 1I Lot.Lot. III 111 and .-...-.._._._....._.._ Baa. ....._.._..........._....1.01
Sec. t. A Deposit of Two Dollars All of Block 10. Robinson's Addition, Lot.. tll to .------..__._....._. X. Le.ley__.____....___._._... 1.0t
c. W. GRIFFIN and Fifty Cents ($8.60) will be required also Fractional Lots 1 and 1. Block Lot. 117 to U' Indu.lv.E. X. Lo.ley___._..__..._.._._._. 1.1
of all-users of water before same 4, S. F. R. R Survey tt Interest-Mach Bros. -....-. 19.06 Lot 111 .and IIS..H. Ibf. Breaker................... 1.01
will be furnished which deposit will Lot ', Block 11.-M. Tiller -,..-.. ..8' Lot .-"-.--..-..*--...-___._....W. B. Maklnson_._....._...._... 6.16
be refunded to such user upon the discontinuance Lots 1 to S Inc.. Block 18.........-Henry Ooulden .........--..... 17.16 Lot 114 -..--.-.--....-..-..-..--..__Lewis O'Bryan ..__..._._...._ '.111
Staple and FancyORQCERIES of the water less such Lots < to Inc.. Block 16-...W. T. Maklnson ".011 116 .,__..-..---.....----?.--.__.__Unknown ._.................. It ..,
amount as may be due the city for Florida Laad lmmrt. Ca.'s SarveyLots I Jahaetaa's Park.

water. All meters to be put -In at the 1*. SO, (1 and 12_........_Miss K. J. Blck rdlke........... 61.46 [Lot..ot.I I to II Inolu.lv.. Block ---.__.. .. M. Jolln.ton_...___ I.S'
expense of the city and to be owned Lots SI and 14-M. D. Casler- 18.46. Block 4--J.m.; ; M. Jollnoton__..._.__ .10
by and remain the property of the Lots. SB, S6, II and 62, except portion Lot.Lot II.1 Block. -----.-------....__..___ Ba.. ______.__...._...__ .....
to
cltv. of Lot 61. S. of Midland Ry-s. n. Aultman _4... 41.78 Lot. 1 Indu.lv.. Block .-----__.. M. 30hn.ton__.__.__ ..60
Sec. S. A flat rate of 10 cents per Lot II and all 64 N. of Midland RyS B. Aultman 116 to 5 IAO .nd to 10 Ino, Block 8J.me. ]I(. 30hnoton-' 8.60
' kilowatt for all electric current used Lot ..6 _Mrs. T. Flske -- 18.011Wd.U Lot. 1. I. .. I. 1. .nd 10. Block 11.J..me. ]I(. Jobn.ton_.._...._.... 1.11
Free Delivery to\all\ Parts for lights" or other purposes, with a- Lot t. Block It-------.J. H. Ree.e__..__....... ._ ..4
minimum charge of One Dollar per Deylea 8afc-DlTl a af Lot. 1 and I. Block ----____.___.._. Newt\n _____...___... t.ll
of the City month. meters to be read monthly. Motors Lota 58. IMi ST aad es.. Lot. to 8 Inclu.lve. Block it _.._. "
may be operated at the above rate Lots 1* and 10, :Block D-....-R. n. Plummer, ........-... 1.01 1.ot. 4 and 5. Rlock --_-_ James.. M." Johnston......_.._ I.
I .One Dollar and TwentyFive Lots 10 and 11. Block H-J: 1. Ward 1.16 Lot. :::::::::: --- }* JohD.ton........_. 1.41
or at the rate of - Block . !
:t --" W. Baker._....__.. .____... 1. .
... ...... .. .. .... ..... .. Cents per horse power per ..J. H. WeedaU's Bab-Dlvlslasi af Let ? >niFKa Lawaaa's Addltlaa. ,
month, at the option of the user. <' ____55______ __._ __.. __ .. .. ___.__ Lots 1 and 4, Block 1.-.._......_ -r T. Rlat._...._.........___ ..1'
Sec.4. A Deposit of Ten Dollars i Lots 3 to 6 Inc.--......---Rons Graves ...-.-----._....... 5.15' Lot 9, Block 4-----....-.....-.- !IJIR. J. JObn.__......__.__..__ LI.
(11000) will be required of all users I Lot 1 _..._..-..-....-.-......-Unknown _._...____..______.... 1.16 ITaHatted La....
of electricity before same will be furnished M. C. Blaaehara'a KabDIvlslaa af Beg166.6 ft w of n e car of n e U of
Ask Your which deposit will bo refundedto .t .. s e 44, Bee. 16. Tp. 16. R. I'. runs '
such user upon the discontinuance Lot. 18 and tt l--._ _.. Sarah Les Jacobs......__...-. 1.15 611.46 ft. w 601 ft. n 806 ft. e 161 ft! .
of the electric currant, less such __....__..___... 1.11 :
Lot. .1 .nd iinn: :__:_...n.i-iis* Howard .. n 11146 ft. to1 H seo or city Ua7
amount as may be due the city forelectricity. Unknown .. ...... .......... t.ll '
Lots 10. 11, 14 to 40 Inc., --- '
All meters to be Installedand 17. -.,. B.ti1.-6 i'sVtVof"n-rH-'ofV-"ivu-nE-_.......__-i... r- 11."* *
af Lat
W. H. Klag'a ftaa-Dlvtslaa
owned> by the city or acquired by ___......_ .... ..... ''' '
Lot. .11 and I........ ....---I'I. Martha ., IllMl s 111.45 ft. w 161 ftTe 104 ft. w J45 ' .-
the city If already Installed by the N
"" user or users.Sea. Lot I' ..__...._.._._._._._...._.0. C. Llvl.cotoll __._........... ft. n 118.Iii ft. to H seo or city lIDe. ;V% "'.< I

CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES . E. All bills for both water and Saadrrs .aa-Dlvlalasi af K. 1:115: faetaf than e 508 ft-to be>--......... runBUnknwn-vi >___.._' .- It.tt
8 of l...
Uctrlclty payable monthly and w H" w K, bew n a cor.
If same. are are not paid In full within ten Lots 11 bat and 11:........._...?-_.?...1 B. Cuppctt _-..:._____ s 810 ft. w to w bdy See.' 16. then n ., j'1'
days after presentation of bill or 810 ft. to beg; alse less, bee 17IH ,< ,
L. Plekaraa Sas-DlrtBlaa af Let T4ULots ft n of s a cor See. 16, runs n CSItt '
within ten daya after such bllli or L. McLaursn ____ 1.01
10--------.H. --
bills.. mailed the water and 7. t and 'Tt. w 114 ft s 466' ft e 184 ft. ._,, nig <
are by a ,
Nalsea
W. K. Farmser Ba-Sab-DlTla4aai af 7 T ; _...
I light collector the water and the N a U>> of s e 14 of e "* and n '{ of-

electricity or either the water or Lets bat II f and*. II_.._ ._.._._.__. R. Ora.,.. ......ww.. .. .._ l.ll s e 1 of s e V4>> of s e K, Sao. II Tp. .

electricity.- the case may of tha be. maybe Lots If and 14 to ..-. Ine.._..._..._ Keller _._.._. _._..___. '.'5 I Bi JV a It-.f----f----S--O! *- Livingston./ .. . 1MI ,
cut off. at tha opt Ion N elty
Test without further notice.' and the Praa.-c Fsirlc Sas-IMTlalaa a< Lata 1.. Tp. II, R. !.___.__.______....R B. Aultman___A... . .. 14.7S
Best By Every N w K of s w ''. See. II. fp. 16. R. I.-.A. W, Oustus_... 18.4S (;
amount of the unpa4 bill or bills deducted ." >> >> :
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: JS.Lits : _
from the deposit or deposits, Lot."l. 1"0...._._.___& LaLon4e __...."'''.
and the balance of the deposit. If ....,.. Lot. 11' and 41 ._.. ... -.Jo. John.toll" __"'..._._ .1.5 I '
refunded to the user.Sao. .... '41 and tr__._I ..ZSZZ Kac1l Bros.Staaar _____ ..n'. 17.1' ., O. W. 4>TSUt.TRKarP. TIUC. OaUaeiaev .

S. In tka event that either tha Basa A.""... .. .. mummm n. o
And J. .
By ..
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.666 cures ohflls Xerer. 32-10t water or tile electricity U cat off tor All e( Bleos, ; .f L., .-.....?!....-,.do' .Amr. 804.. ... ,.n '

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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1918.


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I I i, METHODIST CHURCH Lee McLean, Sergeant, B' Company,
124th Infantry. .
The Pastor's subject for Sunday at!t Paul McKee. I

!t St., Cloud Department 11 a. m. will be "Paul at Athens." Kenneth McPherson, Sergeant, Q. M.

At ,8 p. m., "True Patriotism." C., Unit No. 2, A. E. F.' Osceola Hardware .CO.

Prayer meeting Wednesday even, Jessie Earl R.J.Morrow.Moody. ,

1. NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" ing will be in charge of the Senioi r Gordon McKee. :,
League. The thermometer showe Jesse Myers.
'f BY OUR REGULAR. CORRESPONDENT' fifty-two present last Wednesda, Clyde Nelson. Located on Kissimmee's 'J

& evening. Could you have run it high Lawrence Nettles.
Edward Newton, 2nd Lieut., 124th BUSIEST CORNER
The Horlie.Guardq of our city have I home -ert J. ,,I). SIBERT; Pastor. ,
for a few days visit at the of Infantry. I
"'. S. S.-
t been invited to attend the Encamp .
ment of the State ,Home Guards to E. L.'p. ()verstreetrMiss 1 Those merchants Who 'go to Glee Company, n: : :ssER: S ,

be held at Daytona September 1st !\ Mildred' 'Anderson returned at the switch board 'should bear in Roy O'Berry. . '

end 2nd last Friday from Tallahassee, where mind that the catalogue hpusees never Charles Earnest O'Berry.O'Berry., We are handling Dressen. Washstands and 'a full line of,.Bed'
Mr. And'Mrs. Fred Sellers, Mr. and she has been attending: school. 'kill their engine" on a hill. A "'(
R. E Overall. room Furniture. On all of these the ,prices are as low as possible consistent :
'' .
,Mrs. Lydias Nighswonger and Earl Geo. C. Bronson, accompanied by few tons of catalogues',reached Orange H. It., Overall, Jr. .
t Nighswonger, motored over from' his seal;; Irlo, Jim Bronson and C. H. County tljis week. If it didn't James Oliver. with t safe merchandising. -; ,

Tampa Saturday-and spent the weekend ' Summers, left the first of the week pay to advertise,:those folks would Nathan D. Parsons. ,
for Mr. Bronson's" pasture, where quit.-Orlando Reporter-Star Jos. Raymond Peterson:
with friends here. ,
Sam Prather. ? ,
Mr. Charles Johnson who is working they expected to remain 'throughout- =w. a.a._- Roy Prentls. ' .' Do you ever'take m If so. we call your attention to the;

l' at _Tampaspend the week-end the week. NAMES OF-MEN WHO ARE ON Joe Prevail. ;, .. excellent Medicine Cabinets 'we have on sale They ,are enameled in.

with his family here. Master Walter Tyner. came out, ,OUR COUNTY ROLL OF HONOR Jennings Horace Padgett.Prevatt'r,? ':;"::','t.';I"I'",;+ ,. while; have plate glass shelves, and beveled mirror in front. Most

!; James E Rowland, who has ,been from Kissimmee Tuesday' to visit a Fred Phipps' .* ,?, ;;, any kind of medicine would taste good from'them) 'quinine frinstance.: ,
few (days fit the home of relatives. from ,
,
employed, at! Pensacola, came home (Continued Page One) George Parker. '
Monday.'morning for,a. visit with his Mr. and ]firs- E. L. D. Overstreet Marion ,Chandler. Albert Parker; :::" "
t family. are enjoying; an outing at Green Isaac Clifton Coats. Wadley Parker.. ,
I. E. Diefendorf and family of De- Springs. Ben Cobb. I Toney- Regero. oJ" Save cost of shoe repairs by using our Economical Cobbler Sets.

Leon Springs, Fla., arrived Tuesdayto Word has been' received from Grady Russell Chas. A.Cole.Karl Cobb.. ".' Ed Garfield Roberts.Reagan. [Each set contains lasts of f ,different sizes, and awls, shoe hammer,
'
,spend a week with his father, and Cromartie, who recently enlisted } Cowger. '*" Nelson Russell leather knife and all the other contraptions necessary to repair shoes.
J mother, Mr. and Mrs. A. Diefendorf. in the Navy, slating that he ,was enjoying i John Orville Cowger. Clifford '11. Sackett. It-is them. '
4 good
Smith. economy: to, use
Bob
)fr. and Mrs. A. E. Follett, of Hannibal the life at Key West. P. G. Cromartie. ", '"'. ",
Smith.
Arthur Owen ,,/r( Dozier
Crosby.
Relatives have received word from
Mo., arrived here Friday and ---- '
Amiz J. Davidson. > ,/1fir'>t .' Earl E. Schofield. :
't' are stopping at Mr. Miller's, on Ohio Lester Ivey, a member of the avia- Ward Estey. ', J. C. Schmidt. '
is the the white'y.. chnarr s Insecticide
avenue. They are much> pleased with tion corps, who is attending an aviation Weyman Potter Evans. Alfred Guy Shaub.G. Right now time to swat
the wonder city. school in Minneapolis, that ho Robert Evans. M. Shearhouse, Jr. 'will. do the trick: right. We sell it.
1 J. M. Eycleshimer. J. W. Simpson, 1st Lieut., Medical
Mrs. Grace Calkins spent Wednes- expects to be .home shortly on a fur 1GASHUM'AND
l' Marion A. Farmer. 1st Lieut., A. S., Reserve Corps. ,
day with Mrs. W. I. Barber, at Carolina lough previous to his departure for S. R. C., A. E. F. W. J. Steed. .
{ Station. service "over there." E. L.: Fenne I. Sam Story. SUSETTE. ,

Miss Myrtle Beals of Kissimmee, Wm. Morris last week' purchased Ira Ferguson. ,. Barney Story. Have you sent'in any name for Gashum and Susselte'i baby boy
q; Overland in which he and Conway G. Firkin. Willie Frank Sutton. _
St. Cloud visitor Wednesday.Mrs. an car '
.It( was a Francis French. Bob Sumner. yet? If not. do'so right away, for the contest dose next Monday
wife to leave for
.tl Rose Kirkland left Sunday for expects Wednesday
Frank Allen Gausing. Walter Sylvester. evening. Somebody is going to that dollar and be the
Des Moines, Iowa. Smith. get you may
a week at Green Castle and Fort Hugh S. Geiger Capt. Medical ,Re- Lawrence Alford
-;. 'Wayne, Indiana. She was accompanied Miss Ethel Johnson of KissimmeeIs serve Corps, Camp Johnston, Fla. Robert Lee Spier. fortunate person. Either bring the name to our store, or mail them

t as far as Jacksonville by W. T. visiting at the.home of her grand- Milford George. Robert Nicholas A.Smith. to the Osceola: Hardware Company. For full particulars: see our last
Terry.
"t' Angel and children' who returned on parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bronson, William Glen Gore.Goldston. Walter Tracy. week's adv.Osceola.
,r: Tuesday. <**.. expecting to remain until the openingof Monroe Thomas.
Roy Graves, Sergeant, B Company,
:r,: Miss Marion Harmon, who, with school. 124th Infa ntry. Will Mason Tiller, Corporal, B Com-
". the w. s. s.-- Clarence Hatch. Infantry.
her parents, has been spending BenaTinda 4th

expected ORANGE CENTER James Bradley Harvey Harris. Ralph Turner.
Everette Hansell. James Spencer Tyson. Hardware Co.
The. Golden Rule Girls will give..a Quite a few relatives and friends' George Harmon. Frank Vans Agnew: Capt., British
"Uncle Sam's E. H. Hedrick.L. Army, in German Prison Camp.
entitled, Flower
iC play gathered at the home of W. II. Bron- Perry Van Natta. "
Garden," in the Annex of the M. E. son on Sunday in commemoration of Grover. E. Hedrick.H. Henry. <;:: Leroy Vandenburgh.

church': Thursday evening, the pro- the 18th birthday of their son, Mor' W. E. Hettinger. : Bemory Whidden. ,
ceeds to go to the Orphans' Home at gan. Among those present, were: Harry Hildebrandt. John Wilder. I i
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Jacksonville. Hubert Emory Hoellenbeck.. Rufus Wilson.
\ : Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bronson, Mr. James M. Huffman. John Woodall. ...
:Mrs. Florence Hatcher left Wednesday
t and Mrs. R. E. Bronson, Mr. and Mrs.G. Milton Alonzo Hughy. i Robert 'Woodall.
: evening: for, Osceola, Ark.,and W. Bronson, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Alfred W. Ivey. '' Dr., S. L. Wheatley. .
will, also visit her brother, H. H. Francis A. Williams.
Registration Notice A
Lester hey.
Kelley; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jester,
t :May.* at home.Caruthersville, Mo., beforereturning' Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bronson. Mr. Lee Infantry.Jarrell, Capt. B Campany, 124th Bryant Harry ,C.Yates.Williams., T

and Mrs. Walter Lanier, Mr. and Mrs. -
'+ :Miss Lillie Dale of Kisslmmeewe'; Arthur Jarrell.
Service.
Colored Men In the
Jasper Bronson, Mrs. Waldon Lamb. George B. Jefferles.
the guest, Wednesday of Mr.: and Mrs. Leon Battle Camp Dix N. J.
Mrs. W. F. Prescott, Mrs. J. J. Bron, Clinton Jefferies. .
M. E. Lowe, on New York avenue. son; ,Misses Lillie, Maud and Nona' Harry Newell Jenness. Will Byrd, Camp Dix, If. J. The registration books for 'enrollment of voters to participate in
N. J. ,
Dix
? Brown, Camp ,
Henry
Wm., Mllar and family Mr. and Bronson, Bessie and Myrtle Bronson, Ernest Harry H.B. Johnson.Jeffera. '" ..:aai. ,';B." ,' Joe Brown, Camp Johnston, Fla. \, ,';"..the November general election. will be open at the office of the Regis'3tiij ,
) Mrs. G. W. Penn Rev. and Mrs.: F. Nora Jester, Royan Agnes and Mann British tl RoyallFlying William Cromedy. .!"t v '
Fred Jenkins, ; f
W. .Kenney, Mr. and Mrs. McKay, Lanier, Messrs. Morgan Coy and Earl ,Corps. '..". : GAL TWO-ROLL OF HONOR 'YI tration Officer at Kissimmee from Monday, August: ;, 9"8r' until Oc-:
f i "}"-\41"\ ' " ,, ". ' ' ,, > .
Johns "I''' \ ',1 i '' "' "
l motored to New Eden Plantation on Bronson, Leroy Lenord and' George, Pitt Henry Johns.Cooper' ,, :i k. i's.fli>!; James Grant Cromartie.Cooper, Camp Devons, 'Mass.: 9 tober.JJ.2th'iitf.l't.\J" {? l Afftt,::, ,;!\ 'bit. :'::!,1"1, ,, ;< ii'ro\' ';,c"4{i i':!M' __ills:,
and 'x "
Thursday for a days fishing outIng Bronson, Raymond Lanier. Clarence Jolhnson; ;' Gunner ii Naval 1 Re i Ed Davin. Camp Dix, N.'J. :' ,',";,"161, '.ff 'J'Ifd"r ; -" i'i\', ;,1\WY", ,,'" ''' \ I I( ",r:, . '

!' '\Y. ..'.--- I 1 There"was music and singing. Miss serve. General Edy, Camp Dix, N. J.' 'Fla. The precinct: registration books will be open.in the several precincts
Willie Evans, Camp Johnston
Sheldon Johnson.
Nora Bronson and Walter Lanier
v SHINGLE CREEKMiss presided at the organ.A Lacy Johnston.Earl Johnson.Joe Arthur, Fla.Howard Earst, Camp Johnston from Monday. September 2, until Saturday, October 12. \j:

bountiful dinner was served and Robert Johns. Thomas Everson. All voters who desire in the election November }
Johnnie Bronson of Kissimmee quite a few birthday presents were Charles Kenton. Will Fuller. participate general jiu

visited Saturday and 'Sunday received, and all report a good time. Joseph David Lawe. Reuben Manuel Green.Gaddins. and who have not, been properly registered heretofore, are notified .
with her aunt Miss Lucretla Over- Elmer ,Levi.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve DrO son returned -1 Burma Levi. .' Dan Howard. that they must be registered during these dates. The removal 'I
streetW. from Groveland Sunday. L. Lucas. Eugene Howard. ,
on P.
u W.. Hughes is disposing of his the is Embry La Martin. Earnest Hart. from one precinct: to another since registering will require changingthe 1
Our section of county getting -
Johnnie James.
personal: Effects: preparatory to returning Charles Dan Lock. records in this office accordingly.
plenty of rains in fact we have David James. 1
home in Alabama. Mrs. W. T. Makinson, 1st. Lieut.. A, E. F. .
had a good shower every day for the Nelson Makinson. Palmer Jennings. 5
Hugihes and the children, with the past few days, which will be a great Clifford MacAfee. Elliott Lesesne. 5e
o. exception of one son and daughter, benefit to the potato, rice and, cotton Ellsworth H. Madison.. Nathaniel Lesesne.' E. D. KATZ e
Lee.
Martin Cyrus '1
left some months ago. Ray Eppes.R. : ,
,
this ,
crops in vicinity.Mrs. W. Meiklejohn, Major British Willam Mack, Jr. '
,. John Tyson, wife and daughter, of Mack. '1'
Gane and, son, who have been Army. Oscar SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY,
Rosalie, visited this week at the home Tom Miller. John Plummer. . ,
in Cen
spending a few days Orange '
of I. P. Tison and family. Jim Miller. Charles Alexander Roberaon. Kissimmee, Florida. .
have returned north.
ter, Cal McCaughan, 1st. Lieut., B Company Harry Roberts. .
Mrs. M. M. Miller and childrencame W..8.-- Clarence Robinson. "
124th Infantry.
out from Kissimmee Tuesday 666 cures bilious fever. 32-10t James Harry McGruder. Henry Scott.
.
Martin Rufus Silas.

Elmer Wright Silas.'
Henry Simmons.
Oscar Whitehead.

.Stanley Mitchell Henry Walker.Whitten. Don't Forget ToG 0 To

Henry Washington.

I!Jacob James Fletcher Wheeler.Weathers.McWhite.' I Floyd's Cash '

!William Napolian Zanders.
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Fortune Favors the Man I.I I. 10:00 11:00 CHRISTIAN--Sunday Sermon.School.CHURCH GroceryFor .


6:45-Y.: P. S. C..E.

who uses foresight in establishing- Banging relations 7:30 Prayer-Sermon.meeting each Wednesday" Your Groceries and Fresh Meat r

evening at 7:30.: L. A. S. each Thurs
,:" where he is certain: of having his requirements met with promptness '
day.Junior
C. E. each Friday at 9:00a. :
{ and countesy. m. We carry a full line of Fancy ..

a Young Ladies' Circle meets each and Family Groceries and t '
second Sunday. ,
Not only is that the here have in addition facilities and. ,
tI case we .. C. W. B. meets the first Friday

in each month. you will l find our delivery -. .i.
that insure ability to meet demand
i resources your every Banking in Church Board meets first Sunday .

I \ afternoon each month. service
s V 3 the most liberal manner consistent with sound principles. You are cordially invited to our prompt.:{

...r st 4 services. and efficient. b:'J : .1
81-tf. W. H. Coleman, Pastor. |;,

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Citizens Bankws.s. Tb. Strong Withstand ib. fleet,, of GET OUR PRICES ON FEED

: Summer Better,Tbasi tit* Week,
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umpepnsasa t tI
Old p_U wk. an fnbte. Badrb r.s1se people t:
r ..t.S 1MOS ITAMPI .an-k.wW b*MrattlMoxlud(Mbtod to Phone 176 .
ir4 OF KISSIMMEE ...va..,. ..... So through th.d.p ..lngh t of**mmir by tab ,
,, .IngeitOVC'STASTELESScblllTONlC. It....... 1
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