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 30, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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: CHAIRMAN URGESIMPORTANCE CAPT. E. G. BRYAN PROCLAMATION OF PATRIOTIC 'LEAGUE WANTS -


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WINS. HIGH HONORIN THE GOVERNOR .ISPRETTILY.OBSERVED
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I, OF NEW DRIVE WASHINGTON ?,! NAMES OF MEN 'IN SERVICE _


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KUilmmee, Fla.., Au ,28, 1918. best county .In the State, everything{ '-- !captain Eugene ,C. ,Bryan, Camp The Governor's proolamation, call- The young ladies of the Patriotic l2tth Infantry, Camp )Wheeler "

According a statement furnished .considered' and there Is no excuse' Gordon's intelligence 0 officer,has been :ing upon all communities to congre' League have undertaken to compile W.,. T.., Turner Mesi....Sgt.;, B Cae
By the State Director J; there was only for our not going over the top in the selected from all camps of this coun- gate, and! ting the "StarSpangledBanner" a complete list of all' In the 124th, Infantry Camp Wheeler.Edi. .
.about 10 per :cent of the populationof W. S. S. sales by January 1st., try to deliver an Important.serlss of at .8 o'clock on the eveningof i men army 'c. Roberts, fint''class Ser .

Osceola county who pledged them Mr. Sam Lupfer Jr., will attend to lectures upon certain phases of train- August 27th war beautifully and. and navy from Osceola county and pea t. in the'Utility Branch, Regular .
elves to purchase: War Saving the advertising distribution in Klsslmmee Ing and ha*':been ordered to Washington apectacularly' observed In Kissimmee. i to this ,end are asking the aid% ''of every Army., -

Stamps during the balance of the again during the second Captain Bryan leaves Monday That being the night for the regular one interested. Private Matheney oversea. a

Tear. What has Die other 90 per cent drive. No doubt he will have the assistance it; was learned at the camp B.at. semi-weekly drill of the County Any one who knows:'the names and' Geo. W. McGowan 1st Sgt.. B Co., f
done? Do you belong' to this group,)? of the efficient boy scouts urday. Guards\ the company was out In full addresses of a soldier of .sailor who 124th Infantry Camp Wheeler.'

MTso, you should see to It' that: 'you again. This combination insures a This) honor.won by the camp'intelligence force( and after Lieut. Kate had lined was omitted from the list;; :published i Srg. Will Fortenbury, B Co., 124th '

change your company In the drive good job. It'is hoped that other 'districts head, ,will_be of' interest to .them up acmes Dbrfington avenue In last, ,!eek'. Gazette is requestedto Infantry, Camp Wheeler. '
Septembe r9th to 14th Inclusive. will be as well advertised, the his many friends in Gordon and to .between the State and Citizens; banks, -phone .or send it in to Miss Helen Howard Bas, Co. D, U., 3... Naval

Full Instruction,are being mailed literature will be distributed duringthe many Atlantans, to whom'' he was Mayor Cadel read the_ Governor's I, U_SS, who will see that ins properly Training Camp, Key Wed.. '*' 0 '

District\ Chairmen, today. It ',is' ex early part of'next wrk. possiblya known when he attended the first proclamation. : recorded.. 0 Walter J., Nelson. ,( ,'
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pected that they will .read and study little earlier.It course of the Offlce& Training school I The girls of the Patriotic League The present addresses of those W, J.: Ashton, Sgt, Co, B.,';:124th ,4
same carefully' and then get busy: is one of the purpt>sese of this at'Fort McPherson. then sang the National anthem In whose names were published' last Infantry, Camp Wheeler. '

Nothing is to be gained by procrastination drive to disregard all former efforts, After coming to Gordon -one year, which1' they were joined by the compa week is also desired, and when these Will J. Westervelt in France. !i

: nor by useless pessimism. and all pledges and' sales shall be in ago Captain Bryan commanded Company Ay and the large number of.spectators have.,been.secured, the entire list,with Guy Brown. ', tai '

The June 'drive was a revelation to additibn to all pledges and sales previously H, of the 826thf Infantry regiment who had assembled in ,honor, of the' addresses will be republished. T. .E. Duke, 'Corp. Co.' B..,','124th, ,
many people and it Is quite certain made. .Bear this fact o' in later a colored troop,unit, and thai occasion. The following additional names Infantry, Camp Wheeler. "'* ,

that the September campaign will be mind- that it Is additional. This will when the /Eighty-second ,division V i .- . and'a/ddresses have ben sent in to let TJeutl Geo. E. Parker, Camp. ?
equally, as satisfactory. give the people who only pledged to moved he was named camp Intelligence ,Qr. and Mrs. 3, P. Getzen, accompanied Miss* Bass during the past week Sevier; S. C. A- ;
Osceola county holds a 'complimentary buy'one'five,dollar stamp during the officer.:. During his absence in by the Misses Emily'and Mary Marvin Driggers! ; B Co.,' lat Lieut. 'Albert' W. Parker; j

position aar'compared with the year, .when'they should have promised Washington and elsewhere Lieutenants SaT erson, will arrive from Lakeland 124th Infantry. Camp, Wheeler. Sgt. J., WadleY".l"er\ter. Base Hospital .

other counties ,'of the State: We to purchase ,the limit,ka good op-, E. G. Moyer and II. H. Morris, Sunday to spend the day with .Lewis Perry mechanic, B Co. 124th No..43..AE.: F..A, P..O./H6.. , rc
should be satisfied with nothing Jess w '' Sanderson's. The Misses Sander Wheeler. ''' Colored. "
of the' intelligence office, will be in the Infantry, Camp I. I 1
than the first place.: Wei have the (Continued On Page Eight) charge ef, affairs! 'here.-.-AUant'"'Con.< n' have been spending several Tyco McAllister, first cook, 'B Co., Cook In France. '

L stitution.( ,weeks with relatives, in Lee county.. .,
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DONEGAN INJUNCTION'OIS- MANY TAKEN,LABORERS FROM BEING THIS'COUNTYA AUTOS I WANTED FOR TRIP BY'TO LADIES DAYTONA. AVIATORS WERE' PLEASED' I; ;.


government labor agent was 'The'Woman'* Home;; Guards of Os- ,

> SOLVED BYJUDGE PERKINSJudge here this week recruiting laborers for ceola county have been invited to be ;WITH VISIT TO KISSIMMEE

Brunswick Ga. hon+r guests at Daytona, Sunday and
work at ,
government Monday. during the State Encampment --'t., .r" ;1
lie received 34- men-29 white and 8negroeefrom and celebration of the Florida
J. W. Perkins has handed for defendants, and it appearing that The aviators were with us in force cient* city 'by the machinecolliding ;
j I Kissimmee and St. citizen who will
Home Guards.
flown the following decision in the :I this cause has been duly set down for cookeratewith Any : fast, Saturday and Sunday six ,machines with.i bunker' after' It had .apparently -
case of A. E. Donegan, vs. the Bank- final hearing by the complainantonthe Cloud. The men are offered from the companies by made a, safe landing, and tLint' +
en Financing Company This is the bill of complaint and amended 13.30 a day up, according to experIence volunteering the) use of their cars: or 1 being parked.on .the ,landing'field Gillette' one of the occupant, ..

.case wherein Donegan secured a temporary answer thereto, pursuant to rules and and skill. of one or more seats in the cars, to near.the club house Saturday was slightly injured, .and-had, to be
and This is the second batch of laborers make the trip, the expense to be paid (, ; and dozen'of the
: Injunction some time ago, restraining practice of this: court( | after agree 'night an even men sent to the' hospital. ,
the \ Bankers Financing !ment of counsel for both parties,complainant recruited here by the government in by the guards Will kindlY| notify who'are'destined *o play a big part'In Two machines and'four men, Lieutenants _, J 1.

Company from disposing of 'certain I' and defendant, and the court the_ past _few_ weeks. Mrs.; E. E.Wells, commanding. officer... the'winning.the war, were receiving Ramey, Meyen and Yeoger,

securities belonging to him, which being fully advised in the premises, un the ;Cordial open-handed hospitality and Mr. Whitehorn, inspector of motors ; '
were held by the Company as collateral doth find that the Equities of the ,which 'our people know so wellhow remained here- dYer Sunday.Tfce : :

and which were being advertised cause,..are with the defendant, and SCROLL OF HONOR toHlispense..' entire party'accompanying: tha. '
for sale, that the complainant i is'not entitledto Before landing, the 'machines flew six machines was composed of Lieut. 'iF1taatmmon.
,The opinion' Judge'Perkina'' follows the relief prayed on' the bill of around'over the city,, doing:, stunts ., 'Koch: Gillette, Moore,!. -; ,:
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: complaint, or any,: ..,part thereof. It is RAPIDLY-INCREASED ted-gMnga"splendld'' exhibition sof;; I Richetriner4"Dechary'Olaaer'"rRam "''y' "
t -In the Circuit'Court, Seventh'Jndieiai. therefore: adjudged. amT decreed BEING ; : the skill of the, men who were pilot. Yea,..!',- Meyen- -Sgt. Heath 'and inspector . -

Circuit of Florida; In'and for Osce Ii that'the equities of this cause log them and many of our"people Whitehorn all of Dorr Field.; p

ola''County,In Ohancery. Tare I with the"defendant, and that the ----- were led to. think of what might happen The aviators. were mil highly pleased .
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Arthur E, Donegan, Complanant, vs. I complainant is not' entitled to the relief ''were they manned by hostile with their entertainment, while $,
who .had been selected
Four more call for selectmen young men, : by .
'Cankers Financing Company, a prayed on by his said bill.of complaint from Osceola county have been issued the local beard to enter the military Huns, instead 'of our own American here, as well as with'our' landing station
Corporation Defendants. Final or any part thereof and that boys coming to pay us a friendly vist. ,'and promised to make frequent
and the following men have been training camp at Camp Jackson S. C. ,
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Decree. I the bin of 'complaint be and and the visit to the city: In the future.
notified .by the local board to be Those composing the party were: '
The above and foregoing cause same is hereby dismissed at the complainants ready for entrainment as follows: James Hensley Millard, Dan,John Four of the .machln.. left Sunday We understand a. movement Is already ,'
came on for hearing on the bill of cost. in mbtg' 'for St. Augustine whereone under way: to have Kissimmee.
Oscar-FWlman Hancock
Call No. 1167. son, Joseph
complaint and the amended answer -Done and ordered this 24th day of of them was wrecked, one stayed officially. designated'as'a landing station
Abbie Gordon Bass
N. C. Robert ,
Volunteers for Camp Gredne Tracy, '
thereto in accordance with the notice August, A. D, 1918, at DeT.and, Fla. Class 1 limited."'". 0' Albert Bass Lewis Joseph Schmidt, over and the. other two returned toXleelmm. for airplanes', and all tiioe ,.'who"';'".

,; of final hearing on bill and amended ,, (Signed) .JAS. W. PERKINS, Robert, M.\Monbsdoca,, St. ,Cloud, Paul Ethan.,Godwin, Charlie Evans, .. for the night. Those who have.Handed here so far.' agree that }
Seventh Judicial Circuit of the ; have"a site for'that pure .
answer and the acceptance of service Judge returned stated that the'accident oe- we splendid ,
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,O.:M. Lee; St Cloud, to entrain Aug. Thomas .Jacbon ;ftY, John Sullivan ';- 'i.,.
thereto by,solicitors and counsel .State. .. ...of._-Florida.--_._--------------- ust 30th. Aaron Albert Story Edison Raymond cured on the golf grounds in the An- pose. "
\ Call No. 1224. Cornell Bennie Hansell, Oscar Walton :

For colored men, Camp Johnston, Simmons, John Gen-it Wille,Hardy HIS'

.. SUNDAY JOY RIDERS ARE Fla Ed, to Simonds entrain, J.Sept H., Lamar lat. Harry Barber. GEO. FERDICK KILLED AT ,

I Keeth Ernest Williams. ONLY SIX REGISTRANTS

HALT Call No. 1201. ANSWERED CALL SATURDAY BY'ED MCLAUGHLIN
ASKED TO CALL A HOME
.For'Claes 1, limited; Camp Wheel. young .
who ,
The following men,
Macon.Ga., to entrain Sept. 6th. .. 1::
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I Foster Newton, have become of age since the last ... "" ,-.11:, .
-- E. C. Dusenberry, -. IV''' ,

W WASHINGTON D. 'C., Aug. 2T' ,- the curtailment program. Motor vehicles frank Brice-Nash., registration, June 5th, registeredwith Sheriff' Smith Drawdyr of Okoe- bio had blown over,. but"this b4 declined c

1 The fuel administration today called to which the restrictions do I Call No. 1229. the local board at the courthouse chobee, was in Kiasimmee Monday, to do.

in states east of the not apply were anounced'sm, ; For Camp Jackson, S. C., to entrain last Saturday.: and brought news of the killing of Later in the,day McLaughlin was .
1 upon the public Tractors and motor trucks employed Sept. 4th. Aches McClelland, Will May Camp. George Ferdick by his brother-in-law, seen.approaching Ferdick's;place andMrFerdick
Mississippi .river to cease using allI in actual transportation of freight. Carl Fred Walker, Herbert Harvey, ben, Leroy Bass, William Bryan Ed. McLaughlin 'which' occutred lit went out to'.meet him

classes of ,automobiles, with, a few Vehicles of physicians, used in per Alfie, Johns, Joseph Crosby. Wheeler, Joseph Edward Williams, the, borne .of Ferdick last Saturday and talk things over, when be threatened -

named exceptions; motorcycles, and formance of professional duties. Teasley] Howard Hughey. morning. to-do.her bodily harm. Ferdick

motorboats' on Sundays until further1' Ambulances, fire apparatus, police SEVENTEEN SELECTS LEFT The'Mclaughlin's and Fredicks are was in the house and hearing the

I notice, as a gasoline conservation patrol wagons, undertakers' wagons. FOR CAMP JACKSON MONDAY Miss Elizabeth Aultman has offered near neighbors and live on the Fort loud talking, went.out to'where Mc. pLaughlin
equipment using gasoline. (!her services to_the Red Cross as a Ferdick were .
measure. Only volunteer compliancewith Railway Drum road, just across the Osceola and Mrs.
the letter and spirit of-the request Repair outfits employed by tele- A large' crowd gathered at the depot nurse's aid, and expects to be orderedto county line in St. Lucie county. The'erdicks standing. When Ferdick came up, it

will prevent the issuance of a phone and public service companies. last Monday to say good-bye to report for duty, probably for service had been away on a visit, is said McLaughlin started to r \Ue

'' mandatory order prohibiting the use Motor vehicles on errands of necessity I seventeen of Osceola I ..county's_brave overseas._....... ... It is said, and upon their return found his hand in which be had a pistol,..
? of gasoline on Sundays, It was declared In rural communities where ------ that some 'one had entered their when Mrs. Ferdick grappled'b1a arm, \

at the fuel administration. transportation by steam or,,electricityis ROBERT GILES IS KILLED brought sadness to many hearts here. .house and some things were 'missing.tfcLaughlin's but,before she could prevent it, McLaughlin -

Automobiles for hire are included in not available. FIGHTING IN FRANCE -Tampa Tribune. children: were accused reached around her and "

-- _.... . .... .. L' -'" WHILE Robert Giles will remembered by 'bf the theft, and he became wroth, fired,''the bullet passing through Fer-

PLAN TO MAKE DIRECT LOANS, THE' "'FAIRY' CONSPIRACY"DREW EUSTIS, Aug 28.-Robert Giles,of many Kiasimmee people, having lived threatening to kill Ferdick. Mrs. dick's bean and killing him instantly.

TO GROWERS OF LIVE STOCK GOOD AUDIENCE Umatilla, was killed in action in herewith his parents a few years ago. McLaughlin, mother"Ed. McLaughLin It,rumored here that McLaugh
and also of Mrs. Ferdick, went to
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---- France, according to an official tele lin'after hiding out for a day or so,
Secretary McAdoo announces that At the school auditorium last Fri- gram received by :his parents this. Miss Janette Lawson returned the Ferdick home and told of the himself
went to Fort Pierce and
gave
the War Finance Corporation has ,day evening Mrs.G. W.,Persons'Sunday week. He was the oldest son of Mr. /home Sunday after 'several weeks hreats, advising George to leave '

perfected its plans for making direct ,. school class' .of little girls assisted and Mrs. C. C. Giles, and was fighting visit with, G. R. Lawson andfamily, home. for a short time until the trouPLENTY up to the sheriff.CARRY . II
with the Canadian forces before this at New Smyrna. While there, she .n.n
loans under the provisions of section by some of the larger pupils of the
country entered the war. He had with a party of friends enjoyed an OF WATER CAN NOW A MARKET BASKET >

:' >9> of the War Finance Corporation act Methodist entitled church"Fairy presented Conspiracy a little," been wounded many times but recov- outing at Daytona and Coronndo ''BE ,HAD AT THE CEMETERY WHEN YOU GO SHOPPING ,
playlet
'JL to"Individuals, firms, and corporations ered, and his final sacrifice has Beach. -
wnidh was well attended and provedprofitable GM. chairman The merchants of Klssimmee' arc
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whose principal business is the rais'Ing ". "1 Councilman Taylor
as well as entertaining.The .
called on by-the government to conserve
: ': of live 'stock, including'' cattle, fairies presented a beautiful of the Cemetery Committee, informs -
in -
wrapping possible
sheep'!, goats and hogs spectacle clad in their costumes, of 'NAMES WANTED.Parties the Gazette that plenty of way and in paper order to every comply it
The corporation has decided to -puna white, spangled with silver stars, 1OOQ water for all 'purposes is now availa- will be for their customer
create,, under authority of the act, aril each one. performed her part \n\ ble at the cemetery' necessary, .
1 : to carry horn such package a* they .
two agencies, one In Kansas,City and perfectly. -
The 'old windmillwhich has always can without wrappers. One merchant f
These will be
one Dallas. agencies
at features the singing
,0 ;known a* the Cattle' Loan Agenciesof of special little Geraldine Lesley were; and Leona having friend or acquaintances in the North who might been a failure, has been removed,the! has suggested that the public couldnateriany "

the War Finance Corporation and Roberosn both of whom performedtheir be induced to come: to Florida, either a* visitor or permanent settlers well ,thoroughly pumped,, out andcleaned assist if people would carRy +

their'business will be confined entirely 'parts 'splendidly: and brought, are requested to sand in list of them with correct: names and ad- and a force pump installed market basket when they sold go, ;
which wilt. be kept in order at all shopping.,' A great many: ding
to .the consideration, of application forth applause. : .
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: prolonged
dresses to this office. carried In thin
s time. in the stores could be f
directloans cattlemen.
to
for The entertainment'netted about
All application from bank for ad- thirty:dollars which-wIll be': applied The county commissioners: have authorized the Gazette to send out The committee is also having the way:".. without wrapping t
circle aroundthe well filled- in and
vance for ervp-moviag purposes and on the pledge 'of fifty: ;dollars,.which I 1,000 copies of,the' paper to prospective visitors and settlers for the will have walks laid approaching,the) v iH. BrattoD"I.ft'SundaYf Jacksonville b
other purposes will be received a* this class has promised to the building ,
four months. No of living in Florida or foreign '
next names persons well from all directions The plot where:he U doing his "bit
Federal reserve .
heretofore by.tbe fund of the church.: r I.
banks actin gas fiscal agents for the countries. will be.accepted.. in between the walks will be planted to help 'win theM1war' by'aiding tiw r
" '' : to flower* and beautified. ,* t, ,:"Lj' government,la building .Mirel '
'corporation Bare for the .country's lake "
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a are never without Dr. Caldwell's belief."Well I (have written you a good i /, .

Syrup Pepsin in our Jong of you letter-do write arid the let same me by:know me. just All For the Opening of SchoolN

home and never will be as long as we' can get what you all are doing and what is "
going on at home. Love to, Mary,
t: it. We have used it for the past four years and Henry and Robert, and the 1 biggest '
Your. at the Only Store
kind of love to .mother. Your affectionate Outfit Boy,
it has saved
doctor's bill.It fine
; us many a is, ,
son, JAS. C. MARTIN.. -
for the children and they love to take it." .' In.the South That Makes a Specialty. t

My last visit to Mr. Drawdy's found
From a I letter to Dr. Caldwell written bY\ <. an interesting company. Mrs. Jane Of Boy's Clothing and Furnishings. "
(Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robbins, 2207,So. I
A St, Elwood, Ind. /, McDermott, a lady: highly esteemedby
,, -'" all who know her; lIon. C. S. Here you'll find everything you can possibly need in the way of wear
f -' Acree, well known to"us all Miss
: Dr. Caldwell'sSyrup Martha, Ruth and Zell, daughters; of ables, to ouitfit,the boy completely for the coming of school.

,'" the Hon. gentleman, Zutnsie, uncle of desirable in
a wonderful showing of all that is patterns,
Miss Jane; and last, far from being SuitsThere's
and models. Suits that made with a full understanding -
} Pepsin the least Alma, the daughter of were

Beauregard Drawdy Miss' Dora was of the'rough usage to which the average schooj boy subjects his Clothing.
in her usual good spirit; John enjoying :
( The, Laxative' better health: Made of the 'serviceable fabrics -
Perfect .. than usual; Noble F & F Shirts and Blouses most
rapidly from his .
L a I I. "" recovering early are here in a lare''anety of
summer attack of.typhoid fever, and .
Sold by Druggists Everywhere', that ,baby girl, the admired of all, 'patterns, colors'and styles. '.' ,

50 (Two). $1.00 received more than 'her share of no
cts. Size, : Famous the country overfor their extreme dura-
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Inrkinf ,
tice. Rex invited'
,. ; was kindly by the 'Pony .
Honorable to go home with him and oiuittiiiKability are here in the best quaiities low priccs.'

Constipation makes children uncomfortable, cross and' eat the finest sweet potatoes he had

,' ever tasted, and the invitation was Underwear Hats Caps Neckwear and Collars l
irritable, just as it does older people. Dr CaldwellVSyrup seconded by the young ladies, but ,

Pepsin acts' easily and: naturally- and promotes much to his' regret he.was compelled f. 'There's a splendid" showing of boy's Underwear' in wanted, materials and sizes..

normal regularity.: A trial bottle be obtained free of to decline'the offer on account of '
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can business engagements in the Hats and Caps are the latest models and ,colorings and Neck wear-is also .represented -

charge, by writing to Dr., W. B. Caldwell, 458 Washington Very many cf our people city.will\ .in scores of patterns and rich colorings in this Big i Boy's. Store. '

St., Monticello, 111. doubtless remember the lIon.' C. T. ..

McCoy,. who was a visitor among us : You Can Save' Greatly By Coming Here to Outfit the Boy-

during last winter. Mr McCoy was i
from Adams county, Pa., and was Or Sending Your Mail Orders. All Good at Right Prices.

I: 1 RUMINATIONS OF REX I accompanied by his wife. They were

both recognized as people of culture
and refinement,and it Was with regret Maas - The HaberdasherIn
Rex omits th Initial letter and when they send men across, and the that we saw them leave, and look for, ,
heading because of their taking: up best of the whole thing is that theyare ward to their return with pleasant

room required;! for other ,correspondence the only ones that do know. anticipations. Mr. McCoy, we, find, the Ten Story Bank Building Tampa,'Fla. "
as these can be of no advantage "Well we have landed here on was recognized at home with, the .

to the readers of this article: some old place, we don't know any same recognition as when here, he

? "I promised; to write just as soon names yet, but from the: time we an having ben elected to represent the j'
as .I could. Well, you don't think, of ,chored off the harbor, the crowd began people! of Adams county in the Ohio --- - , --- ---

course, that I have done what I saidI to gather on the shore and when legislature, We heartily congratulate FLORIDA MADRIGAL I

} would, but this thing Js all. new and I we got on ,land,they yelled out something :'him over his success and we feel as- Mrs. J. II. Stcffee has .


think a whole,lot, but when it comes I almost I led us to think they had one I resentative who will serve with fidel madrigal, copied from an old

to put what he thinks on paper, the of our canoes lying around loose. I magizine, and which is
mischief is to pay. We had what They appeared to think the world' ity.The Democrat Rooster still holds because of the many familiar I,

we greenhorns called a stormy time and all of us, and made ,as many motions his hard old grudge against the con- names it contains: I

in crossing the big water but nobody as would one of our political temptible Kaiser, and looks eagerly (From the Hitter Sweet, 18
a suffered seriously from the effects of speakers. forward,to the time when he can i
p it. The first, blow found some of us "The rifles we are furnished with crow over his utter defeat. He saysit 'Tis the song of the Seminole
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t wjth too much breakfast, so we threw are a caution. I believe in squirrel will: be the happiest moment of his On the banks of the Hatchei\ ;
the surplus on the deck by a few hunting that an expert hand could ''life. Awaiting her lover; game-laden

twists of the mouth end then did not kill the squirrel, put a second bullet Who had gone to the

much whether dinner through him while he falling, ;
care we got any was LEMONS MAKE SKIN dost thou
Oh, why ,stay,
; or not, but it was not so many and then catch him on the point of .
CLEAR
WHITE. SOFT. My lover from the
.,. hours before we felt like eating a the bayonet before' he reached the '
And hast thou no fear of {
piece of dead horse' or any old mule ground. I.tell you, Pa, a man going !Make this beauty lotion for a few rival from ; ,
ham and the only :reason why we into a fight with several' thousand cents and see for yourself. Thy

4 did not try them was because we comrades on his side, each armed What girl or woman hasrt't heard of Are others who gather aneund ;
ff just simply could not get them, or we with these rifles, could not be a cow. lemon juice to remove complexion Dusky heroes of chase and
>don't believe we did. We got corned ard if he wanted to be. I am awful blemishes; to whiten the skin and to Oh, my love, hasten up the ,
something for dinner, but it might sorry that we are in this war, but as bring out the roses, the freshness and And together we'll wonder : ; ';
have been bull-beef. long as we had to have it, I am not the hidden beauty T But lemon juice \ I ,
alone is acid, therefore irritating, and
? "We had one submarine cry' on the sorry to be in it, and I fully believe should be mixed with orcl.nrd white We'll go to the
over, but two of those destroyersput that regiment will account for Seek hammock on fair
way our a this way, Strain through a fine cloth '
out to investigate. We heard whole lot of Germans. You will,'of the juice of tvo fresh lemons into a Ascend to its head ( ,

firing, and the destroyer came back course, feel like laughing at some of bottle containing about three ounces Land on Sardbal, off Punts J ;
of orchard white then shake well and
,
and reported that they discovered one my wild Ideas, but one thing is certain you have a whole quarter pint of skin Flow swiftly down Cal00
of the scopes that the subs have just this war'take. a young man and compl) xion,, lotion at about the Escaping from Okeechobee
Above the Water, and dropped an under away from home, but by drilling and cost one usually pays for a small jar ,To the land of Halpathatahlo'
'sea shell ,down and knocked the general army service, it makes a sure ; of ordinary cold cream. Be 'sure to And of salt Man t
prairies I
?
'whole thing to pieces, and after that enough man of him. Keep on thinking I strain the lemon juice so no pulp gets : ; ,
'
into thebot'le, then this lotion will
.we just called on those German fellow in your mind as I do in mine; remain pure and fresh for months. Dream dreams on :Tohopckaliga

to send ,us another one, but they that I am coming back after this war When applied daily to the face neck, Sing songs upon the
failed to respond, 'BO the rest of the la over--just the best 'man in, the arms and hands it should help bleach, Skim the surface of
,. trip was passed quietly enough.; It country. The dread of army life is clear, smoothen and beautify the skin. Tuskawilla and Okeehumkee.

-has1 been wondered how our government all nonsense; some of the boys will AnT druggist will supply three oun-
orchard white at very little cost WakMlla, Wekiva, Homoeassa,
was going to send so many men I be left here and some will return and the grocer has the lemons. Cheshowiska and Ocklawaha J
1c\ across to France, but the way our I home badly crippled, but I have a
The famous Late ''Ichebuckossa '
,} transports are protected, ,does away sense way back in my head that tells WHAT YOUR SUBSCRIPTIONMEANS. ,
with all such questions. Our officials me the Huns will not get me, and I And yellow Apalachlcola

know exactly what they are doing am going to fight them under that From Okeefinoke to Oekl.

When you subscribe to a Liberty From Tallahassee down to

Loan you subscribe to the, sentiment Away from all eocenes that 82.1ot'I. ,
that the world must be made safe for shock thee, j
democracy and subscribe to the fund We'll float o'er smooth
t
wee that is to make the world safe for By the Tsata Apopka we'll ,
r democracy.You t
.Hie to the haunts of the I
subscribe to the belief that innocent I I
igator; I
women and children: on ,unarmed 1
In the Southland we'll find us a i
r ships shall not be sent to the
Breathe the breath of the
bottom of the sea. that and
; women ;;
Equator. -__.
children and.old men 'shall not be : : : j
ravished and tortured: and murdered But absorbed by the love of

under the plea' of military necessity; Sleek Iche, and fat Pemmina I \ 1
shall not be shot for Mlccasooki
that nurses lie heeded not fair
:
The books of the Florida Citrus :
deed of mercy, nor hospital ships be Nor again came to
Exchange and of all SubExchangesand sunk without warning, or hospitalsand :
Note-Wyomi, whiskey;
unfortified cities be bombed or
local associations are auditedat
cannodaded with long range guns. deer, Pemmina, turkey. ; I \

frequent intervals by disinterest* You subscribe to the doctrine that :

ed and competent experts. small nations have the same rights as DESERVES A GOLD MEDAL I

great and powerful ones; that might THIS
These precautions and many is not right, and that Germany shall 'HIBMMM I y
not force the world the dominion Cincinnati authority tells how
others, taken for the' protection of upon up any corn or callus so '
of her military masters.
lifts off. !
right
k
growers who are members, will be And'you subscribe to the American -
:
explained to any person interested sentiment that they must and shall You corn-pestered men' and ."
need suffer no longer. Wear the j
be powerful, efficient, and victorious.
enough; to write to the Florida Citrus that nearly killed you before ,

Exchange at Tampa Fla. to'call blarrho'ea this 'Cincinnati authority, I \, "
or Quickly Cured. few drops of freezone applied }: '
in person, on' "" "I have been in the practice of on a tender, aching' corn stops
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medicine for forty years," writes Dr. ness at once and soon the corn I
it be lifted out root
so can ,
D. A. Post Barnwell S. C. "I I
L. A. HAKES came '
.. Mgr. Orange without, a bit of pain.
:
County Citrus Sub-Exchange to this place last March, having pur- A quarter of an ounce of !s
,. chased a plantation ten miles from costs: very little at any drug
Orlando' Fla. here; am preparing to move onto'it, but is sufficient to take off
shy. and shall practice there. I find diar or soft corn or callus. This '
tried, as it I. inexpensive and : ;
rhoea prevalent; in fact, became affected not to inflame orr even i r

w vfu myself; saw a notice of Cham- surrounding tissue or skin.
/ berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy If your wife wean high
: bought a small bottle and it .Ingood. will be) glad to know of.this." C \ "l
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?+ I help your- government and '
,
r self at the same time-buy '
CITRUS XCtitAiVGy ''iir
The Gazette wants a correspondent lags Stamps. ,
,, in every community in Osceola county.
Send in the news, it will help the I 1:'
paper and will keep yonr lection'be! . II 666 cures by removing the '
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SOLDIER WRITES INTERESTING ate Veterans. keeping! .ourselves. In the,highest state:; .
V- A member of the family of a member of efficiency when we are using' mon<
,
; Calomel Today! Sick Tomorrow!, ,DESCRIPTION, OF. : HOLY LAND rans.Member of the United Confederate Vete- ey talon,and for goods) n nssential and l labor and things) transpor, for-

of the Sons of Confederate luxuries, and extravagances.It .
; "t I Guarantee Dodson's Liver''Tone We excerp the following: Interesting vein which after ''a lapse of centuries Veterans.A should not be left entirely to the-
letter from: the Tampa Tribunein stand as a marvel of engineer* member of the family of a member banks to carry out this policy. The-
which a soldier "over there"'gives tag enterprise. Then, much more sedate of the ,Sons of Confederate Vete- people should co-operate with them,

t on't. laKe nasty dangerous calomel -wEen bilious a vivid description of the holy land: in demeanor than cameliers or- 'rane.A. and curtail their expenses, their expenditures
I dinarily are, we visited the ancient member of the Confederated and their borrowings. .
'onst1pat d,-headachy. Listen to me'I,. 'Go to JerUtol': city' of Bethlehem made pilgrimage Southern Memorial Association.:
"So said the G.O.C. And he went. to the Church of the Nativity, and These parties are entitled ,to purchase Try Chamberlain's.When .
..' "The camel brigade was 'resting at saw the spot where Christ was born one round trip ticket to Tulsa. you need a good reliable
Calomel salivates! If8 mercury. your' liver and straighten yon up Rafa. After the stirring events of and the manger where he was visitedby Oklahoma, and return, at the reduced :liniment for soreness of the muscles, :
Calomel nets like dynamite on a better and quicker than nasty Calomel November and December culminating1 the wise men from the East. At Care and under the regulations authorized i sprain or to remove rheumatic:
sluggish liver. When calomel cornea and without making you sick the ''capture of Jerusalem, the high noon we SAW shining in the heavens for the occasion. pains try Chamberlain's Liniment.It .
into( contact with sour bile it crashes you lust go back and get your money. cameliers' were withdrawn from the the alleged/ star Bethlehem.. Identification certificates will be it excellent. .
rate{causing cramping and nausea. If you take calomel today you'll be front line and sent back to recoup! There may be other places where forwarded to all officers of'the above ,
If you feel bilious headachy constipated sick and nauseated tomorrow; besides and reorganize.' Their:, poor, overworked stars are visible by day but I leave named organizations to be countersigned SOME OF'THE BITS YOURLIBERTY ,
and all knocked out, just go it may salivate.you, while if mange-stricken camels were this phenomenon for meteorologists and. issued by them to''their
BOND
to your( druggist and get a bottle of you take D dsoo'. Liver Tone you turned out. .to graze on the luscious to explain. Let it suffice that on the members and families. All camp officers WILL DO
Dodson's Liver'Tone for a few centa will wake up feeling great, full of self-sown crop of southern. Pales hills around Bethlehem' the cameliers are requested' to advise immediately If you buy a-$100' bond of tiie .
which is,. a harmless vegetable substitute ambition and ready for work or tine.. congregated: and with the sun _high( the number of certificates they Fourth Liberty Loan you are lending
for dangerous calomel. Take play. 'It is harmless, pleasant and "And the men made merry. They In the sky they saw and marvelled at will probably require for their sec- the United States Government enough .
a spoonful and if it doesn't start. sale to give to children; they like itiEA I held a big sports meeting. There the daylight"star. Jons. money'to.feed a soldier in France a .' .;
4>.. were camel raCes and foot races, and "Then we went into Jerusalem the little more than seven months.., .Or
tugs-of-war and wrestling on Cartels city of David the. sacred city of CURTAILMENT OF LOANS BY I have furnished enough to U
( t Your Job Printing from the Valley Gazette and horse races and military competitions = .Christian and Jew and Mohammedan BANKS. you give him a complete: outfit of money winter i
bayonet fighting and team the city that may yet prove'the pivot I and summer clothing including shoes
shooting and concerts: and football; of the world's peace But there was: Credit extended by -banks to their and(! stockings: and slicker and overcoat hJ
matches, and a few courtmartial. no time for the curious cameliers: to customers for nonessential purposes and blankets, with'enough left ;'
The Fighting1' Fists won the penant inspect the city and the Jaffa Gate, hurts In several ways. First it involves over to arm him with a good revolver. t"
championship and all went merry as I and the. Mount of Olives and Calvary.We the use of money that might I+I You have done that much to beat. ,
State Bankof a marriage belt Then the G. O. C.. jogged around the old walls and be better Invested in Government securities back the.Hun., .
said, 'Go to Jericho.1 out past Bethany and on tc Jeriolio.. ; thereby helping to win the I It takes $35 more to arm him with
Flowers Transform the Country, "We found It'very cold at Bethlehem war, and shorten .the war 'with the I a rifle with, a bayonet on it, and if v"
"The. first part of the trek was which is 2,500 feet; above the consequent saving of American 11,".: you buy a second $100 bond you furnish _
'
Kissimmee moat' enjoyable' and exceedingly In- tealevel. But the dead sea' is 1,292 Second' ,' it involves. the use of labor ;1 him, this rifle and 1000 cartridgesfor
.. teresting. Here and there the road below the level of.the Mediterranean.So material and transportation, which it; and there will still be enough .
was litered with shells and cartridgesand in a couple' cf drys we J jumped ought'to be left free to meet, to the. of your money left to purchase 'a
The of the worldare all the impedimenta ''winter fullest the needs of the' Government.
smashed wagons and from into Bummer The ancient good-sized bomb to throw In a dugout -* ,
eyes
jettisoned by 'Abdul in ,Jericho,of Joshua, or Enha is Third it involves unnecessary compe- or to demolish a machine gun together
'tils"retreat, and in and among these built close to ifite old ruins.,Seen from tition''withbe' Government, both delaying with the Hun operating It.

the who /mute evidences of' war were the beautiful the ranges above'it is.a.beautiful picturesque Government ,operations and If ,,
on man flowers of Palestine., Despite town.. But once' inside the making them more expensive. 666 cures Malarial fever. 32-10t
the war the spring rains had been streets the usual unattractiveness' is Every resource of"the' United States
gracious, and in the whole c(>untry- 'met with. So we did not, tarry. Following and its people should be devoted to .
side was carpeted with flowers. Hillsides in the wake of the Light the: winning of the war: We should
were ablaze with poppies, painfully Horse, the Camel Brigade crossed the hit the Hun with all our strength. To j,0 '
red like great splashes of blood. plains 'of Jericho in long, parel'.cJ: .win the war' we have got' ; to keep our 0 munlcatlons and notices of meetings 0 '. ;
SAVES1T Oh, Flora was never niggardly in her snake-like columns and then we soldiers in a high state of efficiencyand i0 must reach this) office before 0'i i
treatment of he Holy Land. With crossed the Jordan. keep our people at home and our 1 0 noon Thursdays. 0 t.
bountiful hand she strews the pathof "German machine gunners and Farm and mines and factories In a 'i'. ... 0 r
the warrior with golden buttercups Turkish snipers barred the crossing. high state of efficiency. We are not ....0000000000000000000000 ,
: ,white daisies and pick clover Retiring before the Anzac horsemen .L
wild lilac blue lupines bright tulips the enemy had blown up the bridge at eh e rs
I for a moment young man purple anemones, scarlet pimpernels the Ghoraniyeb so the British had to ..:../ ''t'
rich cornflowers that we have 'never throw pontoons across and establish ''"'...... .
a thought to self. The I!seen before.1 Here }bloom the Rose of bridgeheads at Gboranlyeh and Mak- \ ,

,Sharon, the lilies of the field ,the hadet. At the latter ford the Anzac
problems that confront you now, or 'resurrection flower, and gorgeous engineers found the Jordan in flood

will few hence. purple violet .end heliotrope 'orchids. and the thick undergrowth along the
a years 'I What a gracious: contrast to sunbaked banks full of snipers. The job ahead ... I

Look about you-the mea of affairs in country stale, nation=: Sinai | was .a' ticklish one. The engineering I
yes, in the world, are the men who started to save early in life. I "Swinging up past Gaza-no longer difficulties themselves were formidable ,r the lion in our path-the league. but the lurking snipers made I ,
They have the respect and confidence. of, the community. long Camel Brigade meanders over them ten times more difficult. It 4
the fertile fields or southern Pales- needed a powerful swimmer to cross c
Then look oa the ether side-at the fellows who spend all they tine Here the land is just like Ri. the Jordan flowing at such a rate. It
take-they may have a gad time.far. a while, bat what does tbairpenoaality verine; farther on it is the very needed smart scouts to'route out the
reflect (I counterpart of the Darling'' Downs. pestiferous snipers' And it needed ,
Looking northward from the hills skilled snipers to throw the bridge .
jU. A dollar M so deposited'in this bank will be the round Julius ,a magnificient panorama -across. But all these the Anzac engineers j
nucleus .f an honorable. independent career. is.presented. As far as the eye possessed and they got their
Make your beginning new-today. Year bankbook I can reach stretch the rich chocolate- bridge in position tor the army to
will pave the way. soil farm lands bounded here and cross. But it cost them several'valuable 1- What The Packers "

Capital stock _. 100000.00 ;there with serpentine wadles and dotted . line -- ,
'. with tiny villages. With these! "So the British infantry and the .
Resources _:____
ever------------------ 600,000.00 ,('1
'I'; ,. .'; ';, ''*t.n. -- i' houses clustering round the hillside, Light Horse and the Indian gunners .... " Do For You .e* : '
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'I Officers and Directors? /A.: I I these villages look'quaintly romantic and the,cameliers and the Scots artillery ; ', ,. *
I
: "
c i I J'.o!" ", >, tvu\tfctjitix&3agm: ', aiaaummnHttitiC. !;a 'but a dose inspection reveals the all ,warmed up the Anti-Le. ,.,t, .''" ,!"' J', 'I.... .\, .. w'..',.,\'
I < A. CARSON."President- M.'KATZ and E/LTLESLEYjV-P.T:: !same dirt and filth and squalor as all bannon mountains drove the Turk ,<>'},J;k', ..{ "'/5'
I ROMA THOMAS Cashier Bedouin, and Egyptian villages. The out of Es Salt and blew up the.rail '
I I Jewish colonies however, offer a way at Amman. But the Amman Not very many years ago in the
N. C. BRYAN. N. B. CARSON M. KATZ. pleasing contrast. These are an ex- stunt and the railway demolition and history of the world,the man that livedin
C. A. CARSON H. FLEMING E. L. LESLEY
, J. WADE TUCKER, Directore.I periment by Rothschild and other Europeans the battle in the hills are a story of America had to hunt for his food,
and already; a dozen of'such bWJr own."
I villages peopled by Jews chieflly: or go without

I c. from Poland are scattered over the BEST WAR NEWS IN TAMPA
Holy Land. With clean ,red-tiled DAILY TIMES. Now he sits down at a table and ;
C. A. CARSON. President N. C BRYAN. Secretary and fruitful
houses, well-tilled fields,
decides what he wants to eat; or his'
orchards the presage a hopeful future The most war news and the best
The Waters & Carson for Palestine. war news. have been the consistent wife calls up the market and has it sent,

"Having rested for a day near an- policy\ of the Tampa Daily Times home for him. And what he gets is
s cient Ludd the cameliers swung east since the start. '
to Bethlehem thence via Jerusalemand The Times receives the full day and incomparably better.
i "7- Grocery Company Jericho over the Jordan to Am night reports of the Associated Press
man. There never was such a trek. over' J leased wires. It I is a full member Everyone of us has some part in .

i \ -. .. None of the I. C. C. will ever forgetit. of the Newspaper Enterprise Association the' Vast human machine called .
Down came the rain in torrents. and receives! the stories of
Wholesale and Retail' Dealers in The beautiful black soil plains became many trained correspondents at the society; that makes all, this convenience I

i a morass. The alleged roads front. It also prints the,best'pictures possible. I
GROCERIES became a quagmire. The unfortunate and maps.
camels slithered and slid all over Few newspapers outside of the largest I +
The packer's' part is to prepare
the' place; They bogged hopelessly cities equal it in the quantity and
end I helplessly! and drenched soldiers, quality'of war news; none prints the meat and get it to every part of the
. . . 0 0 . . 00 . .. . . . . . knee-deep in mud had to offsaddleto news any quicker. country sweet and fresh-to obtain it
f get them free then saddle up The reading public has been quickto
: WE SELL .. .. WE BUT a again. Now and then a camel would appreciate the Times' splendidnews from the stock raiser, to dress it, cool "_
'
HAT sprawl headlong pitching its rider service. It is now one of the it, ship.it many miles in special refrig-
,i ,1l. HIDES .. . into the mire. Every uch 'venture most widely read dailies in the State. gerator cars, keep i it cool at distrib-
GRAIN .. was the signal for scornful laughter The Times will ie sent to any address .
-
it into the
.. FURS I: <,' e. from the victim's comrades, even for $6 a year or $1.60 for three uting points, and get
FERTILIZERS i
. WOOL : 1 I" though they knew their turn might months; A subscription to it is the consumer's hands your hands ,
SHINGLES , come any minute. Camels strugglingup >est way to keep up with the war. through retailers all within about
AND the slippery aides of a wadi would 34-6t .
ORANGE BOXES. flounder and pitch their_ riders into two weeks. I
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ALL' .
ORANGE WRAPS .. . the muddy stream. At last every SPECIAL RATE GRANTED FOR : '
...... COUNTRY man dismounted and led his camel ai RE-UNION AT TULSA, OKLA. For this service-so perfect. and :
,.. 0 VEGETABLE CRATES . best he, could. There was no march '
k. PRODUCE formation just columns under effective that you are scarcely aware
discipline no Director general McAdoo '
' k'' CRATE NAILS .. .0'x .. of lumps. A few camels broke order No. 28, has Instructed all railroads that anything is being done for-you- '

. + .0.0. . . . . . . . . . . . their legs and had to be destroyed in the United States to make you pay the packers an average profit ,
but marvelous to relate practicallythe a special rate of one cent per mile .
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. whole brigade won through to each way to the Confederate reun- of only a fraction of a cent a pound -

Wi 'give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. Bethlehem. But what a footsore time to reach Tulsa by the 24th of above actual cost oa every pound Of t.i..
.I Free delivery' in city limits. Thone No. 12. mud-bespattered unshaven ragtime 27 inclusive meat eat. ij. ::
We are county agents for good fertilizers.. Ask us for circular sad pricw army it looked. The general stood in Tickets will be on sale in ample; you '
on fertilizers. (U._S. Food Administration License No. G22092)) the gate of Jerusalem and marched time to reach Tusla by the 24th of M
them in. Their, cheerful optimism September and will be food for return -
l was a thing to swear by. They werenot : trip until "October 81. The rate Swift & Company'' A. .
For. Indigestion Biliousness, Constipation. or KS BO-cent bottle of LAX-P'OS were great fighters which, after all, Members of the United Confeder-
one
Just try
WITH PEPSIN. A !Liquid Digestive .LIVE WILLS is the'main thing. > I .
..ant to take. Made and Solomon's'Pools Now Tommies' Bath 666 cures headaches biliousness,
emended I to the public by Paris Modi- ass 4 assn r s..rj "At Bethlehem we scraped tho mud loss of appetite, and that tired, aching ai-.,, ,.ir.1o
uren Laxative Dromo". IitsagmpeMMasM1ia..ew1.a rrt.r a.e"nua,,? Off us and shaved and bathed In Solo feeling; die to malaria or colds. 't-. '_ .., 'fT., ,

Qauuae and Groves.Tasteless. chin Toolo.M .. -- u mon's pools thoae"'three great tfeser Fin tonic.' '32-lOt .:., .... .16.... .-...._.._. -...t... in

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and cows and hogs that, paraded the I .. 1
VALLEY GAZETTE main thoroughfare at will, day and

. night. And the Valley Gazette wasa St. Cloud DepartmentNEWS .

, ...1..... very rrt4 y. country weekly with a national
try K....__*. Valley. QasetteKlala c__...,. debt. It Is deserving, richly so, but The Overland Garage'is
p2.daf
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no are the other papers in Osceola
AND NOTES' OF THE "WONDER CITY"BY
W. B. ...rrt.. JFnaldeatIB County.-Ocala Banner.
G. V... A_..... seenwrygWgb. Whad d'you mean national debt? OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENTThe .

._ S .... 11Beriall .. *
,
i _. *. Rater SECOND FLORIDA WILL Priscilla Club met on "Friday Buckmaster's niece, Mrs.\ Clark at now under new manage-
; On Copy One Tear.__..._ -. _|1.00 .
? ? BE PRESENTED COLORS' last with Mrs. Ky. returned here Sun.
of
Campbell east Lexington ,
one Copy. elf: Months_.......... 1 00 .
Ir' pne Copy. Three Month.......... ,71 been town. ,A goodly number was present day evening. ment. All work one all

1 Plans have by a committee and the day was spent In sewing for Mrs. Mary E, M. 'Potter, who has
from
; communication except our
t Authorized All correspondent> roust b. of patriotic Tampans for the the Orphans' Home at Jacksonville.Club ,been spending the summer at her old makes of cars and marine
t alned by the writer. presentation as soon as possible to ,
Rejected> matter will not b. returned will meet on Friday September.. home in Connecticut,, returned to her
nla** oiled for. '. the 124th 'infantry (Second Florida) 6th, with Mrs. Best Gessford. home here Friday evening last. work done Eddie

(Entered In the Poitofflee at Klsslm- at Camp Wheeler regimental colors Mr. and!' Mrs. Worrell, of Kentucky Mrs. Anna Moss and daughter I promptly.
.... Florida, as second-class matt.r.. consisting of one regulation infantry
avenue, celebrated their Golden wed- Awdry Moss, who were called here
flag and one regulation United ding on Thursday, August 22. ,by the death ,of Mrs. Moss' mother. Lancaster is in charge of

I States flag The colors have already J. W. Wednesday
The Mrs. Mathews 'left
government recruiting agent
I li MBeR been ordered and it is hoped they was here Wednesday and expects to morning for their .home at Ashland, the repair department. '
will- be delivered shortly. Meanwhilethe
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take 25 men from our.city: to Bruns. Nebr.
committee of Tampans has addressed Phipps who has been
Joe' employed
Ga.
wick where the government Is
i a'ietter'to the' mayors of all going to put up on 'acid plant.: at Trivola 111.), this summer, returned
r'r of the several South Florida cities! [here last Thursday evening.E. F. H. TYNER Mgr.
The Elsie P. McEJroy Auxiliarymet
and towns which have furnished .one in regular session Monday E. Mallory, who has,been spend (,

company or more. afternoon. "on- ing the summer at Syracuse Ohio R

The letter to the' different mayors I is, expected here' next week.
srArE PREgS follows: Mrs. J. 'Hargrave' and daughterVera Mr. and Mrs.. Best'' Gessford 'and

; I '"The attention of the undera'ignedI' I. Miss Bonnie Rickett and Mac 'family, Mrs., Lulu Atwood Mrs. D. r
Arrowsmith motored' Over from Get Your Job Panting from'the Valley Gazette
committee has been called to the fact H. Jennings, Misses Jennie Goodwin; ,
that the One:hundred and twenty- Tampa Saturday, Mac returning Sun-
FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1918 Vera Johnson and Bonnie Rickett ,
fourth infantry'(the old Second Flor- day, the other sremaining for a visit left Monday night by 'auto for a range hog loos. on the range., \ ,'

I The bathing pavillioa at East Lake ida)-has at this time no colon. On a of a week of two with friends. week's outing at Daytona.Mr. Classified Advertisements cased Farming near toola Kenanavllle.and -Implement 1'rloe .14,600." Lo.., 1'

<1 proving a popular resort these :recent visit to Camp Wheeler by a Mr. Cleve Outlaw and family who and Mn. Fred Kenney and half I each, balance term to suit. B.<

warm days. 'member' of this committee; a division have been visiting at Macon, Ga., re- two children went to' Winter Haven WANTED-Hoard for 1 year old girl 11, duy, Kenanavllle, Fla XK-tf "

(parade was held of all the regiments, turned to their home. here Tuesday Wednesday for a fete days. during school tfrm. Charge. ,must. DWELLINGS'' for rentApply to ').1.-
Valley damette. '
.... A few days' work on the streets J I and it was noticed by this gentlemanthat evening., The Loyal Daughters and LoyfJ *.bp .reasonable. Apply 3r.Lt-pd. Tiller.FOR -, r

with a mowing,, machine, would work ) the Florida regiment carried no SALE-Second-hand, Ford car
Mrs., O. L. Buckmaster and,daughter Sons' class of the., Christian church AT DAHUA1N 1'IUCES; --I'arker Double at attractive price. Dsceola Motorv I'Co.
wonders in the appearance of the I It colors while all the others had theirs. Roberta May, who have been visiting will meet Friday afternoon ,with Mrs. barrel. IX gauge shot run, practically ,. 1.07 Broadway. .' .* :
' new. Underwood Typewriter ""r """" w
town. '" Upon inquiry he was given the information in St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Grace Lippincott on the lake front. In good condition. Enquire are FOR SALE--One Emerson Typewriter.. "j.
1 ,. : by one of the: officers in Mabbett. St.: I7-tf model.three, visible a* good a. new-1'
George say. all preeoncieved'eatlmatea : Apply Valley Oaseke. U",
charge that the One hundred and FOR KENT-6-room bungalow. .mod
of the young men of this the ,ern in complete order center of FOK SALK-Missionary 81 r.wb..rrrlPlanta.
country baa: had to be- revised rinse twenty-fourth, was only regiment f LETTERS FROM OURllSOLDIER AND.SAILOR' BOYSyou J town. Enquire 1XX South Vernon 100 for XC>c., 1000 for M16,
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,,;, so far as he knew, that has never hada 'aVenue. 15-lf by Karl. M. Rchmldt.' Kissimmee. Fla.;
the war came on. We know one to it Tendale 1C F. U. No. 1. n.n.pd.I .
of colors
standerd presented by .
FARMERS n4 today for a free (ample
whose status it hasn't affected. the state or by some body of citizens The following letters were fur all back what you have let me copy of the Florida,Farmer and. WOOIII 0001" WOOIH-Ross Graves"Wood

from the state from which the regi- nished us by Mr. S. 'W. Turner, and have. Good-bye. Stockman. about, published livestock at ralslnr.Jacksonville.Tell dairyIng I Yard I'hone 111. 57-tf,1,

The government has requested' the ment were written by his sons, Arthur. and I poultry, citrus ilWe and truckIng WANTKU TO HUY--Cord wood 41..11.r..d \'-:
came.
: twice a month per year- .. ,
discontinuance of the use of automobiles at Cur. Lake and Brack streets ,
,; "We believe that you will agree Ralph' both of whom are now in the Paris, France, August 5, 1918. three year for tl.00. Only livestock Charles Anderson. I7.6t. t
:; on Sundays except for necessary and general farming paper In the
and if the request is not with us that this is an unintentional j service. Arthur's letter was written Mr. S. W. Turner Kissimmee Fla. .tat*. Write today. WILL'. TRADE or exchange city 'prcuJk-', I jet
purposes oversight and that we wish the regiment last February and is an example of My Dear Dad-I intended to writeto erty for country property or stocK -
with the FOR 8AL.R' -No. S seed potato t ,
cheerfully complied ruling : any kind. H. C. Miller. t8-tf
;the true of which you yesterday, but went out to a .
to carry a flag to be presented spirit patriotism pauldln. Hose Four, hand picked t. R
will be made mandatory. Kissimmee to them by the citizens of the different I fires the American youth: small village about fifteen miles from fur fall planting. 3 rents per .pound; roll 8ALI3' -Strawberry plants, |X ROper ,
people will cheerfully comply with at Water A Carson fjrorery Co. or 1000 nnvld lilubnunti. Box 111111.
towns from which the companiescome. Paris. We have every Sunday after of Alex. Remlngton-Hmlth Klnnlmmee RI t Cloud, Fill, 7-t..
tills ruling as they have with every Tampa, Fla., Feb. 11, 1918. noon off with the exception of Fla. i 84-tf .
twelve every
There are companiesin
O 0 OO o---U UOOMO O"Uonn. -
other request made by the Dad-I I would .
govern from Dear thought fourth Sunday when one officer and ,FOR RENT-Furnished room. or "
this regiment. Key
: went.c They are write a few lines to lei know apartment for light housekeeping. o j. I'. ... '"".:1 F." A
West Miami West Palm Beach Orlando you you one non-commissioned officer has to In modern, convenient. house, clone In I............ Florida 4
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how I was getting along. I am feeling stay on duty all day Sunday. My !IIr.. H. B Well. Real KstBte and Insurance .1> .:....11.... ...."It.1 KaellKlea..Praellre > ',
f Kissimmee Ocala Lakeland IK Mabbette Phone X4X '
:, Ex-President Roosevelt states that fine.Dad 8t +. Limited le Margery ....<00
Plant City Wauchula Arcadia and next turn comes on the 25th of August .. 4 Mmrmmrn \Vomea.omiresi '
I his only regret' is that he cannot fight 'I.
r I wonder. what you 'would say Next Sergeant Ter- FOR 8ALK ElRhty acre; 12 acre.cleared 4 Unite -"-*. llyraea 01... 4
for America ,beside his sons. But two from Tampa. The committee be- Saturday and under fence: X ncro In eta Maul Mala 9Offlre
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., lieves that all that will be necessary if I told you I had joined the army? rile and myself 'are going to visit bearing orange grove; I2.0AO worth t ..d llrsldeac ': ... 19 4. (
t' Roosevelt could behind his
fight of cypress timber on tract; four-
No ,1 I have not joined yet but if II 0 O
i will' be to call the attention of the some boys that came over with us. room house and kitchen. Also 60
sons. His influence at home could be 66604'004'41.410 U U O OOOHOOOOt'w.
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cattle and bunch of
I I'' I bad had my way I would have joined about brad of a good
exerted- in such a manner that he mayors of these towns to the situation They are one hundred and fifty #
long ago. I did try to( get in before miles from here. They at A. Pi; O. "
are
'Would be worth a whole regiment at ,, and ask that they mail checks! MACDONOUGlt
the failed in the ALAN J.
operation ex ARNOLD
728 where located when : II.
+ 'r the front. Roosevelt has not, in the for $30 to L. P. Dickie secretary,of we were we
r the Tampa Board of Trade who will amination. I started to enlist this first landed in France, We are goingon
used his tremendous influence ,
'i put year, afternoon but thought it best to consult ARNOLD & MacDONOUGH
the 12:50 and
for the greatest good, 114 acknowledge receipt; of same. p. m. Saturday come. ,
first. I went to Dr. Helms
Iula'not supported the administration "The colon will consist of the regulation you back Sunday night. Contractors Engineers Architects
and told him about it, and he thoughtit ,
la the 'world's most trying time as h. I infantry flag and the regula- | After work yesterday morning ,we
the best thing in the world for me, DARLINGTON AVE. CITIZENS BANK BLDG.
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of went to there
could have done. It I is to be hoped tion United States flag same to be we saw
.1 that the refining influences of the the best quality and workmanship.They but said to try to bring you to my Napoleon's old home and visited a I'.

: death., of a cherished son will tone have been ordered from one of point of view about it. Museum then we came back to Paris ,
more1
J down his utterances and bring him the largest flag houses in the country. Dad the I hear of war, the had a big diner at a French restaurant

; to a realization of, the difficulties .The exact'coat cannot be given at this more I want to go. You might say then went to a French show.' I

which confront the, executives,. and : time, awe', have not received the bill, wait until I finish and be a steno. for never laughed so much in my life as ;

I: .' that,he will thereafter lend his efforts but we understand that colon pres- the government, and get more' pay I did on the way back on the car from Watch This Space Next Week
j but. Dad, it is not for fame or money ,
the show. Terrile
in support and encouragement not : mted to the Georgia Alabama, and Sergeant' speaks ,, ,
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that I want to go for, but for the love -
French. We had fellow from-
I in undue criticism'-'I ilatka; News. South tCarolina regiments, cost something good a
'' of my God my country my flag and New York with Terrile
'. : ' ,over S300.00 for the two flam. "us, Sergeant

it! The' new (home of the Florida "The One' hundred ant twenty for> the love of humanity.,' got to talking ,to an old Frenchman I :' ,: :> ,,, Entire New Program :'."*
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,Christian Advocate on" Lime street fourth expects to leave for the other : I am now-old enough-to enlist in I who had ,had several: drinks he told ,

'//has been completed and the building tide soon, so that it will be necessary the army but I am not going tq un- the Frenchman that the fellow from "

i formally turned over to the Florida that 'you give this matter your less you say to. I have a lot to fight i New York had been to the front and

Methodist Publishing Company and rompt attention. The chairman of for, a father, mother, and four sisters 'killed, thirty Germans, and that he, Show Commences 4:30.friday: September 6 I ,

dedicated to the work for which it this committee will be 'glad to give and four brothers and a country (the Frenchman) should show his appreciation ,

has been built. This building and the you any information .you" may desire, and out of a family, of 10, heal- by kissing the fellow from ,

success of the publishing companyare and we are taking the liberty of writ- thy and strong, all of them, it i. New York.: The kid from New' York '

the result of the business ability ing you: as we believe every town nothing but patriotic for us three old- didn't have any idea what Sergeant Georgia.Cane Syrup- Crisco large >can _____..... 1.90

and untiring effort of the Rev. J. that has given a company will desireto er boys to go to the front and if not ,Terrile was talking about so the 1-lb can '__-?-_______..__ .15 Crisco medium __ __ __n_. .95

Edgar Wilson, D. D., editor of the ; give its pro rata of the cost of the all three of us, let me go. Remember Frenchman leaned over to kiss the C-lb can __-______...__... .55 Crisco, emrll----.. __ u__ .50

Advocate and manager of the Publishing standard and which will be presentedto David was only 16 when he killed the kid, and then is when the fun started. 10-lb can _____-__________ 1.10 Shorts 100 Ibs_____________ 2.75 .

Company. When Dr. Wilson the regiment in their name These giant Golieth. Let Arthur be 1 T The kid thought the fellow had lost Coal Oil, gallon_____........ .15 Sweet Feed 100 Ibs.________ 3.40

took 'over this work he faced conditions olors are to be carried by the regi- (only when he kills the Kaiser, or his balance and went to catch him Tuna Fish, can________for...___. ,25.15 Pate, 100 Ibs., _____________ 3.60

that when .he helps.I the old Frenchman' kissed him Black Eye Peas 13c 2 Corn, 100 Ibs., _____________ 4.00
extremely discouraging but
were ment while abroad and upon its return Lima 18c 2 Ibs for.. .35
I have wanted to go ever since the Beans Velvet Bean Meal _______. 2.30
and that to a man of lesser ability to be deposited in the state houseas right on the cheek. The kid didn't -
\ Oat Meal package ..__ ... .12 .
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broke out. Dad would it not Alfalfa Meal ___ 2.60
war -------- -- 'f
would have seemed almost hope- which Floridianwill !know what to think. The French
the flag of every make feel proud after the war is Evaporated Peaches .... ._ .15 Minced, Ham, Ib ____.______ .30
4 less. In the of few he you are affectionate. I
course a years be proud. people sure never .
Cheese it-------------- .30 Potted lIam

has overcome the difficulties that "Again calling your attention to, ended and none to say of them that you went had, or five would boys it laughed so much in,my life. Navy Beans 2 lbs., ___..... .35 Oil Sausage, Libby'------lb., .......___. .30.05
confronted ,him in the beginning and that this be The has opened fire
the fact matter should long range gun Calumet Powder lOc Vienna

I step by step he has built up a paper given your earliest attentio'n. as we i three make:you boys feel in the proud to say if you had of on Paris again. It started this morn- 13c Baking and ________,.T, __-, .24 Vienna Sausage Sa -sage, Libby's Libb"'s, can can .11.10
war even one ,
,
which: enjoys an unusually large cir to' the colors to the ing. I the Germans think that '
expect present guess Shredded Wheat pVg, ...._. .14 Corn Beef Hash can, 13c 2.26.
should be left there dead?
culation and is" read with interest by regiment before it leaves. us We better over than that they had better get a few more Post Toasties pkg. ......... .13 Beef; ,,pork and Veal Loaf ca .20
somebodyelse's
many readers outside of the denomin- "Very truly yours, COMMITTEEON are no shots In Paris while they can, becausethe Graham Crackers, large __ .15 Household Ammonia, bot.-. .10
ation that it represents and has made STANDARDS; Sumpter L. Low- boy who is carrying the .flag Americans are sure giving them Blueing bottle _____________ .05
Graham Crackers _.. .09
for itself a place in Florida journal- .ry Mayor D. B. McKay T. C. Talia- today. Let'me go, and with the helpof the mischief now. We haven't had small Potash large can .________. .10
U. S. Smoking pkg. ___ ._ .06 Cal.
f Savior will bring back the - Peaches heavy _. .25
ism that is not usually accorded a religious ferro Henry Sriow, L. A. Bize." my we an air rade in quite a while, I guess Prince Albert pkg. ._______ .14 Cal. Peaches, small syrup_______. .14
dollars
Kaiser with Our
i ,publication.-Lakeland Advertiser "Attest, L. P. Dickie, Secretary., us. helps, ,they need all their aeroplanes at the George Washington pkg. !_ .06 Tomatoes No. 1 can lOc, 3 fCJ' .25

Tampa Tribune."FLORIDA'S . / but it takes' the flower of the land to front. Velvet package _- ..__ .... .10 Tomato Pulp, lOc, 3 for ___. .25

bring peace to this old world. I guess Arthur is on his way by Reno pkg. ____._______V__ .06 Best Early June Pets can __ .14
The county commissioners of Os- So Dad, I want to go. Will you He wrote me last week that All others, pkg. ________.___ .05 Best Pork and Beans can... .15

ceola county recently purchased 3,500 GREATEST CHAR. let me enlist Friday if I do not hear ,now. intended to leave the ,States the Barley Flour, per lb. ______ .08 Small cans __._________.___ .09
1 they Water Ground lb. ____ ._
ITY" IN URGENT NEED _-- .06 Maxwell House Coffee ._ .
{yearly subscriptions to the Kissimmee from you before then ? and if I do, of I will be glad c-xn .32 ..
first August. sure, Rumford Baking Powder Ib.. .25 White House
Coffee,
can ____ .35
Valley Gazette and will send the ''pa- may .it read, "Use your own judg- when he gets over. He don't know Best Salt Bacon, lb. ...____ .30 Senate, best there is ...___. .35

;< per to 14.000'people in different parts August 99: 1Q1R. ment." Let it not be said of the what he is missing. I lure hope he Salmon per can __...._____ 18 Arbuckles _____....__..____ .24

I .,f the country for a term of three Dear Friends:-Would you believe Turner family that they were slacken : lands somewhere around here, be- Argo Salmon ..._.-.___.____ 28 Mince Meat, pkg. _________ .10 4
tA months each. There are other papers that over 5000 Floridians turned a for there is not one out of the Bull Head Catsup hot. 13c 2 .25 Best Evaporated, Peaches ___ .15
like to him.
would
in the county, and the wise think for deaf ear to our earnest appeal of last whole Turner generation\ in'' it now. cause I sure see Eba ,Milk can ____.________ .05 Best Red tinge, doz._._____. .10
the commissioners to have month in behalf of Florida's homelessand Let lead the Bye Bye for this time will write Eagle Milk, ca ____________ .22 1 Ib can Cocoa ............ .25
done was me way. again next week. Lave to all. Mohawks can ......__..... .15
to make a division of the business; helpless kiddies? It doesn't seem Dad, I will not if not, DRUGS .. I .<-*
you say
go Your son, RALPH. Carnation can _____..______ .06 Sulphur package __________ .05 I 4
a (but the idea of advertising their county possible-but it is a fact. Must our but I will enlist Friday unless you Address: Sergeant Ralph Turner St. Charles, can ________... .06 Blue Label Vaseline y/
of the beet great work caring for. practically not.I Van Camp's Milk ...... .06 bot ____' '.05
is one we know of, even say Office -of ChiefSurgeon can Turpentine bottle
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Medical Department, __.____ .10
u if it did originate in the brain of a 1000 needy youngsters each year will close for this time. With District of Paris, U. S. A. Pet milk Baby, can ........ .06 Caster Oil, bottle __________ .10

man who can't be elected to the legislature cease: and are the people of Florida lots of love Your son ARTII R. P. O.. No. 702 A. E. F.WOMAN'S Arg-j Starch bulk 9c; 6 Ibn..40: Castoria, bottle' _________... .30 }

from his county. Kissimmee going to turn their backs while help. P. S.-Write at once, Dad. Do Alaga Syrup gal. ________ 1.15 Epsom Salts, box ........__ .05

t owes more to one Stonewall Jackson less kiddies are in distress, when a not say "I don't believe I would join," Alaga Syrupgal.. ...... .68 Camphor, bottle .........___ .10
l HOME GUARDS I Salts box _______...... .05 I
Triplett than: it will ever be able to dollar or two from you and others but say "go ahead, if you will" but Alaga Syrup No. 1 ...._.._ .17 Quinine 'Tablets, box________ .15 I "j f

repayw-in kindness or in worldly will provide good homes for every If you don't want me to, say that "I READY FOR ENCAMPMENT Alaga Syrup, No. 2 ________ .22 -All Other Things Accordingly | f'
: eood.,and while it passes around the one? In the name of God, we beg of cannot join. ,

Jagniappe it' should not play favor- you to help us right.now-before it Dad, if I finish my course and work Mrs. E. E., Wells informs the ,Gazette EVERYBODY INVITED TO INSPECT- OUR SANITARY, STORE

ites. .A' few other counties have i Is too late. Very earnestly'yours, for the government, I am" not free',: that her plans for taking the .. AND GET PRICES. Our Motto Is: Cordiality; 16 os. to the ;

t + adopted, in :;pleasure) Trip's idea oft MARCUS C. F FAGG State Supt. from the draft, and if Igo, I won't Woman's Home Guards to the 'en pOnd and 100 C:enU on the Dollar.

? spreading Florida propaganda .but Children Home Society of Florida, need it, and when I get out'I would ,campment at Daytona are maturing OUT OF TOWN ORDERS SHIPPED SAME _DAY ,

have never'' adopted it whole-souled "Florida's Greatest Charity 428 St. have to relearn it, and if 1 go now, I satisfactorily, and she expects to be

fcnd with any idea,of its value, but James Bldg.; Jacksonville, Fla. won't need it if I never come back, able to make a good showing. She CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY'

it turned Klsaimmee.Jnto a thriving, 'and if I do 1 will have money enoughto thinks at least fifty member of the .. r

4',"pro perou city where formerly existed Visiting cards pnnted by the Valley finish the course without bothering company will 1 go, besides twelve Phone, 141 422 Broadway

fejr, :bomesteaden, unpaved lanes J CiS! Jo! Department>> ., you all, and I can probably pay members of C the band. ,

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"; ,THI..XlSSIMMEE-.VALU.YCAZETTE.FJUDAY.) > : ._'AUGUST"30, JIlL .... .... FIVE,

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l'John Padgett of St.. Cloud,' visited r
_INTERESTING LOCAL iTEMS' \ ithe- city Tuesday.. '

3f J. Entriken of Narcoossee, was fz"ThC
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tat,* 4 I Ii 'Born, to Mr. and ,Mrs. George 'a business visitor to town Tuesday

StefTee; on Friday August l&tflt, a I r Belton Bass, left Monday to accept
Weather Report i daughter. la position in a New Smyrna garage,

FOR RENT-Furnished' flat with | Cleve Outlaw returned to St. Cloud

modern Improvements.. W, B. Harr's! Monday from a trip through Georgia. ..
FURNITURLi ..
i Following; are daily temperatures Gazette office. 14-tf I Nice selection of patterns, 32 inch \

( and precipitations as reported Riley Godwin St. Cloud was circulating Gingham, one week 'only. 34c., at A
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by Government stationat
S. Gilbert's.
his Kissimmee friendson
among
Kissimmee
fo- the week end-
M., Win. RainIng Wednesday. Mrs E. Brant of Detroit Midi., Is i i A431

Thursday -Aug. 29. Mrs. H. R. May returned yesterdayfrom expected to arrive today as the guestof

Thursday _____ 88 70 >_ Plant City where she has been Mrs. J. C. Hart

Friday .u___.?., 90 71 12 ,spending a few days Mrs. J. J. Hall and daughter Miss
Saturday, .?_.,. 94 90 _. Little Miss' Mary Etta Peels is the Ethel expect to move to Cordele, Ga., CLOSETS .filled to overflowing! Sewing room full of dresses and liagtrle rr

,. Sunday _____-- 90 73 43' quest of Miss Lena Harvey at her 'at the end of this 'week. Family growing largert Girls rowing older every day, which '

Monday ...... 90 75.. ftome/' at lIil1 Drd'. Island. r Tom Lamb, who has been employedas means a crowing wardrobe! Boys growing. more particn'ar, and requiring, *1 ,
Tuesday, _____ 93 74 __ I 'more clothing. '
Buy now, will be higher later Best flagman on the Sugar Belt, ha a
Wednesday, _._ 92 74 '? 27'' inch Gingham 29c: one week for 4' I returned to Sanford with his family Where will she put all the new things? ,

). .00.0000000000..000.. cash only at A. S. Gilbert's The Hartnett fruit ,stand and' grocery Do as the housewife shown In our'sketch. .

Miss Bertha Twitchell., St:. 'Pe- ROMA THOMAS. .1 have been closing out its stock Order A Chiffonier From Here ; r
Good-Night a terror to mosquitoes.IBe If a committee of citizens were this week to
tersburg, arrived yesterday oiua short preparatory going 'out '
<, at Central Drug Store. visit to Mrs. F, J.Van_ Duser. asked to name the most popular mane of business We have a fine assortment for you to cheese: from and ,
Don't fail to William Farnum in !Kiosimmee today we 'firmly be-j I It will solve the proMcm.; I
11. see Mr. Rosier Lawson, wife nnd smallson I A.: E., Donegan and Wimberly Mc- ? i
TO the Casino lieve .mantle would fall the ''''' J
tonight "The Con- the upon
of New Smyrna, were the guestsof Cleod returned Saturday from, a trIpto : C. H. GRANTHAM"Th. /'" '
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,uorw.. shoulders of Roma Thomas, who i ..
Chicago Milwaukee
home folks Sunday and MonUay (i } New York
+ 'Mr. and ''Mrs. T, N. Fair ,of St.: leaves in a few days to take up' hfo and Toledo. Satisfactory Sto...." "
Cloud were shopping in, Kissimmee W. H. Tunnicliffe of St.: ,Cloud was residence in another state.. And his -.. -- -- W
Tuesday. transacting business her and greeting popularity is not the ephemeral kind'I I Wimberly McCleod expects to leave ,
his many Kissimmee friends last which is magnetic 'peraon.. soon for Camp Gordon Atlanta, Ga.,
won by a
J, W. Wilder is-in receipt of card Wedensday where he will enter an officers train.
WEEKLY REPORT OF SALES
alitjr one day and l lost the next by
announcing the safe arrival overseas Miss Abby Harris leaves this week questionable methods transactions, i hug camp. OF THRIFT STAMPS hl
his '
- of son, John. for Camp Shelby, Miss! :, to go' Into Unassuming and retiring by nature,Ii I I The best of music and perfect re- A. E. DROUGHT
D. G. Wagner'and family motored training' ,with a view) to becoming a ,but with staunchand sterling convictions production on The'New Edison "The C. W, Griffin, Thrift_______p___ 20 ,
to Sanford ,last week to attend the Red Cross nurse. ,( he I has gradually grown in Phonograph with a Soul" for-sale by A. S. Gilbert Thrift..,___.-__-_, 4 113 Broadway (

funeral.of an old friend. ',;; :Mr;; Cha.'Evel'ett', Smith, who enlisted the esteem of our' people during his Central Drug Store. I{.. M. Katz, Thrift., ___'_-??*.... 15

P. K. Weaver National Bank Ex- in, the, Naval Reserve several long'' residence here .till there' is a I I Mrs. E. J. Holmes of Tampa, arrived LAwrence Tress, Thrift, ......... > 0 Real Estate and 'InsuranceREPRESENTS
aminer, has been spending .everal that his in the Monday and will Central Drug Store Thrift.. ..... a ,
weeks ago, is stationed at the U. S. general feeling place spend! sometime ,... i
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.. Thrift ... ..... ... 1O.ceola' ,
Story Store ,
days at home,this week. Naval Training Camp at Key West. community-will be hard to filL' Mr. in Kissimmee with her friend, -- J
The Home Insurance Co. of New
Now is the time to 'preplri, for Rose Graves has wood- Thomas is a member of the city council Mrs. V. W. Edwards! Hardware Store, W.S-S.. ._ 3 }
put up a chairman H. C. Stanford, W.i S. S........*_ 3 York, the.N a lonal Fire Insurance ,
school. Best 27 inch the I county democratic F.
Gingham for P. Hartnett who has' been at
mill the old mill site and is ,
on saw State Vf Sj ._____ .. t
Bank .,. S ; ___ (40(
cash only 29c., etA S. Gilbert's prepared to furnish on short notice committee and.president :'of the I Fort Wayne Ind., for the 'past, several > , : Co.;;"of Hartford; The, Sun, !and I
cashier"of the 'I G. W. Persons, ,W. S. S____,..,._, .1 .'
Miss Lena Scally of Tampa epent fire place, stove and heater wood, Board of Trade and I months, returned to his home in 00. for man, other reliable companies.
State Bank, in all of which this city ,last Sunday. Wenner-Sawyer: .. r7
Saturday and Sunday in Kissimmee, pine and oak. 37.1t poaltlo"sl Presbyterian Church, Thrift _. 4
the guest 0(' her' friend, Miss-'Wilt' Edwin J. Myers, who has been he has made good. :I I W. B. Crawford and Mrs. J. J. May Public Schools, W. S. S.,-_____ 26 .

.; liametta Sibert. salesman for,Liggett & Myers Tobacco : are in Jacksonville, in attendanceupon Thrift _-___.___________.___ 57
A. S. Nelson) is expected back from
FOR
The subject for next'Sunday's sera Co. in this territory; left Thursdaynoon his Mrs. W. B. Crawford who is Ina Woman's Home Guards, W.S.S 2 SALEA

'I .x vices at the Christian church will be! for Plattsburg N. Y., to enteran Kansas-trip Sunday. hospital at that place. Thrift, ____________________ 32 ,.
11:00: o'clock, "Reaching the Ideal" officers training camp. W. L. Wetherbee of Hilliard' Island Col.! Lewis O'Bryan returned Wednesday I W. B. Witherspoon Chairman. Few) Choice Young
; 7:45, "The Magnetic Christ." Capt. H. M.: Breaker' reports the is spending the day in town. I night from Tampa, where he I "

Sergeant Leon Fefinell and Corporals sale this week of five acres on the Miss Lola Lesley of Tampa has .had been attending to his duties on Mr. and Mrs P. D. Outlaw who Milk Cows '
Walter Tracy and Robert Orlando road adjoining Clark How- been( visting the family of her uncle the District Examining Board. have been visiting relatives in town \ J f'Dlsroc

Woodall came home from Camp ell's place, to J. S. Smith, of Illinois; Capt. E. L. Lesley Paul K.: Weaver arrived home; on for the past Week, returned to St. Jersey Hogs,. all'.age*
ti
Wheeler this week to spend a brief also a half block on Sumner street to Mrs. W. L. Winn and Mrs. F. G. Saturday for a week's vacation. Mr. Cloud Monday. +
furlough with the homefolks.Mrs. J. M. Cooper. Thomason went down to Tampa yesterday Weaver has resigned his position as CHEAP r
The (QuWns That DOM, Not Affect blINd
for few visit in that
A. G. McCorquendale and lit Mrs. J. McPhatter and niece, Miss a days Federal Bank Examiner and will go .
Bc...M of III tonle and land.es.ct.LAX*
tle daughter Florence, left last Sat- Ruth Campbell returned home Wed- city. into the Naval Reserve at Gulfport viva BKOMO. and doe QUUUNB not C.,better IBM Mrvoa than.n onUurrOninln ... ear Dr. W. W Carson t
urday for North' Carolina where they nesday from, North Carolina, where No' home is complete without, andison Miss. riBBinf! In bwd. abet'th. fall Mm*.ad ,
look lor th. .i t .tnt. ( B. W. OROVB. SOe. tf .
will spend several weeks. Mr. Mc they have been spending the past :!: Phonograph. Let us demonstrate Mr. and Mre. Bert Freeman of o

Corquendale accompanied them as three. months. While away they visited their superiority. Central Tampa arrived yesterday on a week's '-
far as Jacksonville. Waynesville Greensboro Hick Drug Store. visit to their uncle and. aunt, Mr and

Mrs. Alma T. Morrison returned ory. Miss Martha Belle Harris will leave Mrs. J. L. Beaman, Mr. Freeman is

home from ChattaHoochce last Friday Mr.: and Mrs. Edgar' R. Short, who Monday for Winter! Haven where she the sporting, editor of the Tampa '

night, where she went to' visit were married here last Saturday at has accepted a position to teach in i Morning' Tribune. Complete Stock of
her brother who is a patient In the the home of-the brides parents, Mr. the public schools of that city.L. .Mr and Mrs. E. L. D. Overstree.

State hospital for the insane. She" and Mrs. R. S. Roberts have been Y. Bryan of the Bryan Cycle and Henry Overstreet'returned from

states that !he is growing worse andis heard from at Biloxi, Miss., where C.O., is expected to return next. Wed- ;Tampa, Saturday evening bringingwith
now confined 'to his bed. they are spending their honeymoonwith nesday from his trip through Tennessee them Roll Overstreet. whose< r rv

T"Mrs. Roy Harmon.and children left I relatives. to :his, old home, in Sanford. condition is causing his relatives and DOUGLASSHigh

last Saturday fbr Atlanta, Ga., to I Clarence Woods formerly editor of I Rull, Bass, Mrs..W. B. Harris Miss friends some anxiety. It is probable
Mr. Harmon who is the Eiutis Lake but that he will be sent up to a sanitarium -
Join now employed Region now i Martha Belle Harris. Virginia Harris
in that She Wa. state'Inepector of J i in North Carolina in the near fu-
city. accompanied explosives was in and Miss Orpha Rose' motored to Shoes for Men
by her sister Mrs. J. L. ,Reaves,'wiho Kissimmee Wednesday looking after Winter Haven today in Mr. .Bass' car: ture. Top .
will spend some time visiting relatives .-1 his official duties. Mr. Woods states "Freedon of the World" great war
in that section of Georgia.. !. .' that he'find. the law in regard to the Friends in Kissimmee! will, regret drama, here. .Greatest patriotic Film
to-learn the death of Mrs. Harriet ltr, .
of ,
be shown at the Casino
J. C. ,,Ledbetter, accompanied by aa.le' of explosives is being "g-eneral spectacleto
; Saunders
E, which the
occured at
his came son up, -Hunt from,';Thonotosassa and,daughter Mondayto Sallie,' observed., Lieutenants.,"f 'p.:Ira J ::1h'd'Ull,Best' ':*and****:Monroe'"V"**,'..' N home'of her, daughter'' in Providence. Theater nection with Friday the, Girls Sept. Patriotic 13th In Lea-con, H. C. ST NFORD CO .:

R. I., on August 12th. ,, entertainment. Half the
r proceeds
carry home with them Miss Elizabeth Thomas came home from Camp >< gue
Ledbetter who has been AttendIng Wheeler Tuesday on a brief /urlongh. Send in the name of'your soldier or to be donated to the Red Cross. A e'
summer school hen Miss Lillian Lieuts. Best and Thomas have both sailor to Miss Helen Bass. The Pa- thrilling romance of the world struggle -

Harris accompanied them home just completed their courses. at an triotic League wants the names' and a tale of love and deception, cow ,
for a few doys visit. officers training camp, and received addresses of all the men in the service ardice and heroism of the highest or- .OOtooooooooO.OOOtttO.. .OOOOOtOtOOtoooo..o.o.o.o. ..
their commissions last Os- from Osctola county.
Monday.
,
der.Prof.
Again we have the'! Nation's Sweetheart -
ceola has to feel P. H. Rolfs director of the
r, Mary Pickford in M'Liea (an county a right proud Mrs. Saupe has returned to the ,
Artcraft Picture) :Friday Sept. 6th., of her soldier boys. We doubt if home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. State Experiment Station at Gainesville _

f'. at the Casino.( There's a hearty laugh, there is another county anywhere, W. L. Winn,,after a few weeks visitto spent Wednesday! in Kissimmee #/d'
with a like populationwhich/ can her hu.band. who is in a training Prof. Rolfs is making a tour of this Look
sob, and host of thrills in this
c-.4; a tiny a t
Of the visiting the
''oast of as commissioned of- section state
many at Louisville Ky.
famous story by Bret Harte,"the poet. ficers. camp county agents ,and consulting with'them
of the Sierra Nevadas." A beautiful Mr. and Mrs. C. A. parson andMiss about their work. lie is travel your
theme California's Miss Ruby Ellis! and Mrs. V. R. El-
love woven round "
Inez to
Canon are expected return auto and h accompanied by '
ling by
Gold Rush Days. lie will leave next Sunday night for Best
Brawny home from
today or tomorrow his daughter Miss Clarissa, who was
{ At an altitude or'8000 feet Lieut. Columbus>Pa., where they will joina Reynolds Ga., where they have been the guest while here of her schoolmate

.. H. K. Ramey ,from Dorr Field gave they ladies have military recently band signed with..contracts.It which. visiting relatives the past two weeks 'Miss Martha Bell Harris. "

%t" the citizens of Kissimmee on exhibition is said this band consists of fifty Mrs. Roma Thomas and son, R. D., \

in fancy flying laat Saturday afternoon ladies and will make, 'a tour of all will l leave tomorrow for, Palatka fora TANO IS ARRESTED FORWITHHOLDING
which they will not soon forget the military camps in the United few days visit with relatives. Mr. WAR TAX "
,' '. lie gave all the stunts knownto States and Canada, and will then Thomas will drive up to Palatka
the experienced aviator and did probably'go abroad Both' Mrs and Monday in his car, where his family
A dispatch states that -A. A.
it with the ease and grace of a real will Join him' and they will drive i press l'
Miss Ellis are accomplished musicians Tano, formerly proprietor of the
bird. In fact they aay Ramey is a from that city to their future homeat
and have been members of the
Dixie Theater at this place, but now
"
;
'DI rd. Patterson Ga. Kissimmee can ill ;r.
Kissimmee Concert Band for several running "a theater at West Palm
George Sessions returned home years. They will both' be missed in afford to lose from, her citizenship Beach has been held\ in $1,500 ball
from Lake Butler last, Saturday local musical and social circles and touch pebple as the Thomases, and by the, United States Commissioner
where he his while all Kissimmee will to that this feeling is general is attested
went. accompanied by <' regret tOt that district for failing to turn
a.2 Mrs. Driggers to attend the''' see them leave, they will carry with iy the many expressions of regret over $1,082 collected as war tax on Buy out-
I bedside of his mother who is quite them the best' wishes of all for success ever their leaving.A fadmls. ons. '

seriously ill. Mr. Sessions brought in their new undertaking.R. pleasant picnic diner and swimming Dainty Delightful .
home with him in a bottle some live party at East Lake was arranged THE RED CROSS "
C. Partin spent Monday in town Toil eF -'
cotton boll-weevils, which. he was exhibiting Tuesday for" Sergeant Leon. FVeparaiionsTHE .
and made the Gazette an appreciatedvisit. Here is what Lieut. H. R. Knight, .
as a curiosity He says this Fennell who is home from Camp sera
"Uncle Bob, as he is affectionately an American engineer in France saysthe
pest is ravaging the cotton crop in Wheeler on a furlough with his par-
called by his large number of of American Red Cross:
that section: this year to such an extent ents. In the party were Mr. and Mrs. I CENTRAL'S NURSE SAYS:
friends, is now in his 78th year but "If, for instance!, the Red Cross
't '' that the yield will be unusually til looking hale and hearty and gets B. II..Fennell and family, Mrs. White were to squander ;half of their money; Every woman wishes to "look her best." To do '
light. around with the agility of a much and family Mr. and Mrs. A. Cotter- the work they ore doing is worth
Mr. Arthur Green, the beat known. younger man. The 'Gazette repress man and daughter Elizabeth Mrs. M. hundreds of times the value of their so use our toilet things.

\ paper salesman in ,,the' South was a'' entative was interested Inca conversation Cosner Mrs. Ludlow Miss Helen entire collection. They in France Our BEAUTY PREPARATIONS make the skin sort"

: visitor to Lakeland today. He was between Mr. Partin and county Ludlow, and Miss Bessie McGuire. untiring are the' one great agency and rosy. They contain no harmful Ingredients.

; merely calling on the trade as he has commissioner E. L. D. Overstreet, in Mrs. W. W. Saunders of Tampa that connects us of the world at war Our hair tonics make the scalp healthy and the ..
r no newspaper to sell for love or'money. which they were discussing the grow'ing in spending today in Kissimmee; hav- and in death, with the humanity and growth of hair vigorous and abundant. .%I '
Those papers which have not an of cotton in this section of Flori ing come up to look after the packingAnd loveliness of"the trorld their passionate '
iron-clad contract will doubtless be da. Both of them are old timers here shipping of her household goods. kindness for their own boys their It Is so much easier to keep your rosy'look than

unable to secure paper at. any price tend stated they had seen better cotton Mrs. Saunders informes the Gazette loving kindness for any others their to restore a sallow skin; It Is ,not sot hard to keep

within"a few weeks. Mr. Green pre- grown around Kissimmee way 'tack I (that the,announcement in our.Iut is- many act of mercy to the starving'. your hair as to restore It. , . '
dicts that'paper which some time ago in the 70's than they had ever seen I sue that Mr. Saunders had graduatedfrom helpless., orphans of this country beautifiers from us and I KNOW they
.cost the pubHshet-3-Tents a pound growing in the so-called cotton vtates. the Navigation school was an their help and comfort to the widow 'Buy 'your ,
will be selling at 12 cents by the first ,Mr.. Overstreet said if he were a error. He' wilt take the final examination and aged to cripples-they earn the are right. . .

of the'year unless something happensto younger man, and could, stand, the on Thursday of next week ;support of-the civilized'' world. "
1. relieve 'I the situation.; Publishing work necessary to grow' cotton, be hvhen he'hopes to secure an appoint- With such commendation as, this Central. Drug Store : ,
' .a newspaper"nowadays is one continuous wouldn't want a better snap than ment as I third mate. Mrs. Saunders froni one on the ground and seeing '

&,,, > round'of, 'pleasure, ,;"-Lakeland, producing,the'I"fteeey.ataple" here recently returned from a month's the results, all should be persuaded to Tkt Sq.... Deal Plata .Phone.. 41 1 i

Telecram-- '-*:-..a J tvraJfe I I r l now at present prices.. J.-' stay in New. '" .York. .1,'keep their subscriptions paid up., .... . ..,...... .. ...,". .. .... ......, .. ........ ....

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Easy Washing J II . GAS THE ANTS f} ''I W JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY -t


w LINCOLN, HOLLY.. Ph.D.. LHt.D., U..D., Pr..ld nt. DeLanri. "''a. '

SEND NOW FOR A CATALOG
By J. T. Watson., best to dD this' in the early morningor TUB: GRADUATE DEPARTMENT-Degrees of Master of Arts and Sol-

,About the dwelling: on the lawn at'nl&ht'when most of the ants are depart- Ii
,' ywhenGIIANDMA in the garden and truck patch In the in the n *t. Those ants not in the THE: CoeLLE"aB; : OF LIBERAL ARTS FOR MEN-Twentyon.'

r help.dolt.Nomoreback nursery, in the grove, and in the far nest when,lt is gassed, together'with THE: COLLHaB"bFLIBERAL ART! FOR WOMEN-A woman. dean ands.p.rate

I" breaking" over a rubbing board mer' field, ants are a nuisance. Their those not killed' by the treatment, THE: COLLEGE' O dorntltortov?. LAW Oradyate* practice, In Florida.* without. AX*
annoying depredation are well will usually make a new nest by the amlnaUon. leadln toTHB {.
Dotwlth GRANDMA on the THE: COLLEGE Oil' ENQINEERINO-Cour.e* In engineering
I Ido..n known to every housekeeper. Many, old one. These new nests may be \
GRANDMA right teachers
; gets COLlfEo'E'FOR for Florida
Job.
but not all, of the ants which infest treated a few days later. TEAC'HERFl-E.peelany Bookkeeping, Shorthand,
to the bottom of things In THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-i-Banklng1.:
the house have their 'nest in Typ..rltlnjlf.TNI' .
the Cyanide must be handled
carefully .
i hurry. Dirt just can't bide ) DEMY-Pr""Rrn for all hfgh-gradneollege.
ground.In as it is a most powerful poison. The THE CHfK L OF! MECHANIC ARTS-For boy and young men
after it. and
way when she gets solid material THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC-Piano, organ violin, voice harmony
the fall be
the waste of ants cause considerable must kept away chorus work '' '
GRANDMA slops
loss in the seed, beds by carrying off from the mouth and sores and even THE SCHOOL OK FINE ARTS.
cutting or chipping of bar soap. the seeds' In the nursery they often from the wet akin. Neither should SPECIAL' ATTENTION IS' CALLED TO
1 You out just what you'need _.. . Botany.Blol< )'.'OrR'an1c and
measure eat the buds out of freshly budded the fumes be inhaled. The solution 1. T Jnornanic Preliminary Chemistry C 0.r e(I.qualitative Aarrle l and re-quantitative analysis, ). Agricultural -

Wash the Woolen Socks and no more. stock. In the fields the large red ag must not be allowed to come into contact . Mineralogy GeologY, etc, 'nactcrlolOrtrnnlo -
.' :a. Thr ..-'tI..dl..1 (.o.-PJly.loloR'y. MIolnKV-, Anatomy
ricultural ants deprive the farmer with the. roots of valuable plant Chemistry -
You Knit with GrandmaGRANDMA'S of egy Histology Zoology Botany General Chemistry
a the of as it wil kill' them. Qualitative and Quantitative Chemistry, T'hy.lca
)
use
many spots of ground. ... .
I History
I a. The ('00".. far llrll.lon. >''.rkerIn, Blbllral Literature
Powdered Soap These ants cannot. tolerate_, vegetation Carbon bisulphide-) may be used in I EngUah..rRyehology. Pedagogy JSthlc. Logicand, Theism. U.S&
"
about; their; nests, end a 'large colony a like manner but it is more 'expen. -. i
will keep bare a spot six to ten feet sive. Gasoline will kill a few ants I

Your Grocer Has It! square. Besides these depredations, but it doe not' penetrate the galleries
ants-cause indirect injury by lendingaid oif the nest very fair UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE ..

and, comfort to some of the far- Other. Remedies.f GalBTlll FOR WOMEN ,
mer's worst enemies., They Military Tr.l.I.g U4..r Armmr OfflrrnCourse Tala....P. r
are
very The little red house In Agriculture ttt Student from 16 '
ants can be Art and Sciences .fJ.orlliio ?
fond of a sweet liquid, called 'honey-' Chemical, Civil Electrical Iles and 17 States sa
ot009000 O OOOOOOOO. dew poisoned. Dissolve! one-ninttl of an and Mechanical Engineering.: Law, Including Summer School and Short
secreted
SHINGLE CREEKMrs. 6 DECIDELY SO. .0 by plant-lice and some ounce of sodium arsenite in a, little 'Teacher' College. write ; Catalog.EUVVAHO "- .

0' _____ O scale insects, mealy-tugs, leafhoppers water and add to it a pint ,of syrup.If Tuition A. A, Free.MimPHREH Bend' for, Pre.I..C.Cataloov. at once CONHAUI., for FrcMa. ._ ,
0 The cattle tick Is every one's 0 and tree-hoppers. They constantly 0-IOt.
S. J. Roller of Lake Hamilton, the poison is used in much greater

a cousin of Mrs. J. F. Niswongerwas ** war The business local merchant's. ** 'attend with other these insects insects and Interfere proportion the ants will not touch it. .

a visitor at the tatter's. home during *' ,The
the past week. ,'The housewife's. 0 parasitize or eat them. The are not killed at once't but carry the

Mr, and Mrs. Art Bronson 'enter. 00 Decidedly So. 0 ants even carry these lioneydew-sec- poisoned sweet to their young in the
tained a number of their friends at < More ticks means less meat 0 reting insects about and place them, nest. '
4 and milk-to eat or for farmers 0 on favorite food plants: Stren then
their home last Friday night. 0 to sell. 0 Ants may be kept off tables and

Miss Dollie Tlson ,arrived last week 0 Less selling, less money flow- 0 Control other pieces of :furniture by bandingthe America'f
from Rosalie, expecting to remain at ing between the farmer and 0 'This is a favorable time of the yearto legs with paper which has 'been

r the I.' P. Tison home during ,the I 0 0 town Less; goods moving from town 0 0 I locate ants' nests. The heavy rains soaked in a saturated (water) solu- i
school term. cause the ants Ho bring much '
0 store to country home. 0 up tion of corrosive sublimate. The solution -
Mrs. Arthur Alderman of Boggy 0 DIP THAT TICK! fresh soil and build their nests high may be painted direct on the .' i
I
Creek arrived Sunday for a visit at 0 U. S. Department of Agriculture < er, making them'more conspiclous. legs, but it is a bit dangerous if there
the home'of her parents Mr. and Mrs. +OOOOOt Otott OOOOOOOO O'O Also. the barren areas around the children about. i
-- ---- are young A better
", P. d. "Cromartie. nests of the agricultural ants are and entirely safe formula is:

George Bronson and son Irlo, re Get Ready. more easily seen when the fields have Corrosive suUSmate' 20 and
grams. Labor
tu'rned' Monday'after a weeks' absence Now is the time that your hens will their maximum growth of vegeta Ethyl alcohol), 60 c. c. Organized ,

looking after cattle interest molt or shed their feathers. This tion. The truckers are now begin Orange and white shellac, 31 grams.

: near. Southport process is rather slow, and nature ning to. make up their seed beds, and The 'corrosive sublimate is dissolved ,
Roll Overstreet, who, last week was should be 'assisted. B. A. Thomas' It is important to kill the ants in the In the alcohol in a widemouthedbottle -' '

taken to Tampa on account of his Poultry Remedy will help your hensto vicinity. , and the shellac added and the Saloon 1

; serious illness, was brought back molt, causing them to shed earlier Ants in the nest are most easily shaken up until thoroughly mixed. 0

Sunday night and is now being cared and be ready to lay when eggs are and economicaly killed by a solutionof White, or orange shellac should be ito

for at the home of .his father, E. L. highest--in the winter. If this rem- cyanide. Either sodium or potassium used according to whether the :furniture The way to determine whether on not organized labor can afford '"

D. Overstreet. edy does not make good, we will.- cyanide may be. used, but the is light or dark. This material stand {for the saloon i i. to 'find out what organized labor itself stands

Miss Ethel Johnson, who was visiting I Waters & Carson Grocery Co. (former is cheaper. Dissolve aboutan should be effective for more than a for and then lee how the saloon measure up to its standard.

at the home Of her grandparents. ounce of the cyanide in a quart of
Mr. Bronson; year. Orfanized l labor believes ia better jobs for workinpnen. The
and Mrs. C. II. returned Make thrift your byword. water. With a cane or a sharp stick Ants can be prevented from ascending '

to Klssimmee Monday. BAD NEWS FROM BERLIN.The >unch .a hole to the depth of a foot trees by banding the trunks. "saloon and its influence takes away a man's job.

i Shingle Creek wag well represented or more'in the center of the nest and Two good ,formulas are:
at the airplane landing field near war news from the eastern r labor stand for efficiency. The saloon makesa
Organized
pour into it a fluid ounce or more of (1)) Tree sticky, 0 -artl. greater
the Kissimmee Country Club Sunday front these days is bad news for the the solution. As the, liquid has soak (2)) Powdered corrosive sublimate, worlingman Jess skillful{ and driven him into the lower grades of{

/ Some disappointment was manifest German people. Quotations from ed away cover the hole with earth 1 part Tree ,sticky parts by weight. employment

on account of there being'no German newspapers portray the and tramp the surface solid, to confine Mix thoroughly with a wooden .i

+, flying yet aU felt amply repaid for gloom that overhangs the people in to the nest the fumes of the gas paddle. This should last from threeto Organized labor abates for higher wage The saloon and its ,'t
the cities. That the in
the trip when"they the two large people
saw
which the liquid will give off. ,It leWWWMIWU five months.
,
influences tend lower There saloon that
planes come' in ''from Orlando and, the small towns and country are equa11y'depressed'Is to wages. never yet was a
be doubted. helped workingman increase his because that workingman
not to
make perfect landings. a pay pa-

,4 The people of this section who The Liberty Loan bond buyers, of i I' IIIThis IIIt III tronized the saloon. "
make the trip to Kissimmee with any the preceding loans have their share' I SUGAR SHORTAGE .

degree of regularity would certainly in the success 'of the entente allies. I Organized labor is fighting to keep children out of the factory and '

appreciate several loads of dirt being They furnished the'sinews of war no i in the schools.' The saloon because of its influence upon drunken fathers

placed in the two low places in the only to fight the U-boats and to build sugar shortage, about which the present time, when it is vital to who are the natural supporters of the children send children into "

road on west Vine street, just'westof ships, not only',to raise, 'equip, and 99 much has been written lately, maybe ; build up large reserve stocks of food
the It them of the best life >)>
in
factory at an early deprives things
send soldiers against future harvest' and 'a age. ;
the ditch and within ,the city limits. our over, not only tosupply poor,
a blessing in disguise. The "Iweet
!
During the wet weather of the past them 'and our allies with fooc, tooth" has been cultivated and it is order to get the opportunity to put they are forever robbed, of the rightful. 'heritage, of, childhood' '.' :i
'
(few weeks these places (have been in and ammunitions! but more than through the great 'offensive with .1'1. ) "
now so highly developed that as a re Organization stands for the dignity and elevation of,womankind.l
very bad condition. $6,000,000,000 of their money has which; the war must be won. The

Walter...Bronson/has been puttingin been loaned.to, our allies so that,they All sult efforts all are are uqing.being too used much to reduce sugar constant reminder, that the sugar It demands equal pay to men' and women fr""equal.I.wo'rk: U((The saloon 1 I

his time this week with a sick may prosecute the war .'''with, vigor sugar consumption for economical supply ,is short will be evidenced by has a ,tendency to degrade womanhood and frequently 'seods w6men. I

; horse; one which he recently purchas and strength. reasons This will also be beneficial the rationing and the absence of the down to the gutter.Organized ,
We here at home have open )bowl from the table. This
ed. A veterinary from, Orlando was an oppor- from a health standpoint. The wri sugar f .
i 'out Monday but evidently did not I locate tunity to send the Germans some ter is convinced that it is not only unnecessary will be of value in calling our attend labor is fighting! for the preservation of the home. The
more bad n The Germans have tion to the continued need of service '1 1a
the ailment. WI. to use sugar in- coffee or saloon disintergatei the home, scatters its members and leaves it but
Mrs. P. G. Cromartie is visiting her great respect for money; they know and sacrifice in regard to :food. The 1
in iced tea but it is There 4
better that
; to use memory. is no agency is doing more to destroy the home
daughter, Mrs..Wm. Rewis at Haines its vital value in waging war. They Imagination of the American people
City.If. know, too; that the support the American them without sugar. and a few days has been caught by the fact that than the, saloon., It is the chief contributing cause of poverty. It does
trial will convince
people give a Government loan of the habit. The any following one, so get taken out their individual savings gathered together more to bring about unimployment than any other single factor.

you have anything to sell, tradeor measures largely the support they from and shipped across to the Allies
the
American Medical
,J exchange try our classified column.It give their Government, the moral as Is illuminating: Journal have played a decisive part in the The interest of the saloon are always opposed to the interest of ,

brings resulta. well as the financial support they give war in the last few months. Most of the workingman. ,r1:
"For the first time our populationis .
I their armies in the field.A these saving were made in the pres-
RED CROSS I tremendous subscription to the confronted by the prospects of a ence of a surplus of food. It will be 'Therefore, organized labor maa'Dot stand for the saloon, in any
AMRICO TOOTH PASTEAn definite sugar ration. While it is j
Fourth Liberty'' Loan will be as dis interesting to notice the reaction of particular.
antiseptic refreshing paste, that true that there is no'general compulsory '

:i
leaves a delightful after-taste. Clean. .|I trssing to the German people as a our people in the case ,of sugar, in ''
see the teeth without injuring the :J j:defeat for.them on the battle field mechanism outside of a certain which the supply of America is to be If you believe that the traffic in Alcohol 1, p I,
amount of control ..through the trade
enamel. The antiseptic properties aid ',, and it will mean as much. It, spells decidedly short during the next few does harm than ,.
more good HELP STOP
in keeping the teeth and gums in a and the fact that our citizens are to ITI
their defeat; it breaks their: morale: months. Judging from the past, they
This
healthy condition. and more than be put on their honor by the Food
one hundred other Red Cross Remediesand it means power to their enemies. A will welcome the opportunity to do
Administration to all intents and
,
Toilet Preparations sold and subscription to the loan is their to that there is
guaranteed a contribution part see an equitable Strengthen America
definite
onlv purposes a ration has been CampaignThis
by to German defeat and American distribution of the essential CENTRAl. DRUG STOREJAQSONVIULtA J established. Two pounds per person
vjctory. foods between ourselves and our al-
per month is certainly an ample
ply from a physiologic etnndpoint.It sup. Ii les." ( advertisement was prepared for the National Campaign Committee -

Chamberlain's Tablets. will be interesting to observe by Charles Sickle

I Chamberlain's Tablets are intended whether there are any effects.on the New Kind of Calomel I'I I IB

especially for stomach troubles, biliousness American people of the decreased sugar -

( and cOl'Istipatlonand have consumption. There: is no doubt that

met with success in the treatment of we have long been using sugar in a Safe and DelightfulThe

N OLDEST those diseases. People who have suffered luxurious way, and there are many 1Heavy
a arNe CSTABUS/f for years with stomach trouble persons> who have a sugar' habit that new kind of calomel, known as
SEED nouse approximates in its the 2alotabs retains, all the good medIcinal itenCrops
and have been unable to obtain any craving alcohol
.M/ZOfi/CA. permanent relief, have been completely I and tobacco habits. It has been virtues of the old style calomel,
it is entirely from all of
yet purified
ate.D(4?*Weq cured by the use of these tab said that excessive sugar consumption .
ff Y Mrd .a the nauseating, disagreeable and
lets. .Chamberlain's Tablets are also by individuals is an evidence of' 'J
You there- yields of high class products are necessary
qualities.
of low moral resistance. The angerouo can,
1A. great value for biliousness. Chronic most pressing -
r constipation may be permanentlycured problem in connection with sugar tore, eat'what you please, and go to bring a big net profit to the grower. The '

by taking Chamberlain's Tab- before the Food Administration where you please, with no loss of banner record for such results ha been held for

lets and observing the plain printed today is to see that there is a suffiient ime from your work. the last quarter-century by 1

directions with each bottle. amount for the preservation of One Calotab at bedtime, with a" Iw

fruits. This can be done only by decreased wallow of water that's all. Next 1 1i '

REGISTRATION BOOKS OPEN. ,home ,use and by reduction in morning you wake up :feeling fine Ideal Fertilizers

the manufacture of soft drinks and your liver cleansed your system pur- i
The registration books for Osceola) fled with a hearty appitite for break- ,
candy. The excessive amount of
CRaOSS county are now open at the Katz weets' used by our population ast. Calotabs are sold only in oririnal Send for our Free Books OB afl commercial

VCR. store for the registration of, voters. Icularly during the summer season par-, sealed packages, price thirty- crops'. of Florida; also oar Spray Catalogua

The books will be opened in all other has certainly not been advantageousto five cents. Your druggist recommends Special advice gladly, given.

MEDICINE: precincts of the county on Monday, the general public health. ChildrenIn .them and will' refund your -----

Sept 2.No. if are not delighted.Adv. .- /z
particular will profit by this sugar money you ,
ESEUEF shortage. With the approaching) ( .) .Wilton &:: Toomer Fertilizer Co.

Worms In a Healthy Child harvest, which promises to relieve '
All children troubled with worm .....* an*a- the'uisting shortage in various Serve abroad or serve at home. Mfrs. Ideal FerBBrerg, arel.t
elthr l color which indicate poor blood, ands a
'rote,there U more or leas Momcb dlMnrbene. forms of food that .have given us and Buy War Savings Stamps., Juksoai-k, FL.tnaller .
Ka... Iteur ...... cosye.r ...... ....-: GKOVI'S TASTELESS: chW TONIC gives regularly our allies so much concern during the
yar''i.....-'-..... Wood pars far two or three w..t* will enrich the blood 1m- Urove'c Tasteless chill Tonic "sasa ''
-d prow the dUeetloa.and act u a General Streasta- past year, there will be all tendency
.250 'r::er., saint Tonic to the whole,...... Ntare will bea intofis vitality sad "no y by poHrjriM and earichlog g R,
.lr".a.-.o. toward relaxing in food,conservation.Thlgf -
..Cop..,.'".. -.I. 1___ threw off or dbpel the worn,and the Child wfll be the blood. YMcuMoafMlalas as strength = bag e aak ,,
R '!P'. t .noa."Iae stl fit......., ,Ja. Perfect keehh.,....... to lsaa. WojerbstU*. would be most, unfortunate ,at , lavUontfa EUtct. J'rIoa-., w.t -


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B. Crawford ,I. Lee Jarrefl CONSERVATION-OF CREDIT.Not be cut off at the option of the city described property situated In.. OscsolaCOLots .ae*aaaa.ea ....D.vI8I.. .f BloekMi
and the Florida to-wlt
without further notice. : -
: ,CRAWFORD .t JARRELLATTORNETSATLAW only should the goods and labor amount of the unpaid bill or bill deducted >. 10. 11, t SS. SS. Si In Section 4, Lot 8. _.....-.-... _...............'.Nathan ,Porter __.__________ ....
3 from the deposit or deposit. and Lot 1 In Section 6. In Township S. UeK r w oor of Block TL. run n IO ft.

of the nation be conserved for the and the balance of the deposit IX any, South, Range St East dla'td' the e II ft. e 10 ft. w 10 ft-__.._____...O. Maddox _._.__________ r.rs

Of flees i 4 5. 6 and 7 Cltli prosecution of the the credit of refunded to the user. being of Park Gardens. the Waters: A C.'.. Ite-SB*. -
"I I niBank war; Sea I. In the event that either thowat.r assessed at the date of Issuance DtvlaloB of -f..L BBS I*.

BuUdinjr nation must be conserved for the or' the electricity I* out off for of said certincate In the name of C. F. Lot t 10, .. ._................._...Joe Johnston '
non-payment of bill or bill. a: chargeof and J. L. Dibble and H. J. Cunning -- -- .._ ...__.. iii
Florida same purpooe. One Dollar Ul.00) will be made to ham. NH of Block t. ._______.........Mary W. MoOeeT II_ I_.____.. ties
I cut earn*. ID again. In addition to the Unless said cectlflcat shall be re. Lot 1 and S, Block..._.._.._._.Lesley Ban_.__.ZT ____.. This ia, bang Impreeeed upon the payment of all Indebtedness to the city. deemed according to I.wtalt deed will NH of Lot 0., Block I_-.____.-..?__.J. W. Miller ______H___!__._._ 40t
DR. W.:W. /CARSON banks and it should be Impreeeed up. ,for light and water and the payment Issue thereon on the .th day of September All of Block 14...............____-_J. M. Johnston ._.-."'"*01_ 14 4t
All except B. II ft. of N. IS ft. Block ISW. & Bass' !: ::: :
i of the above mentioned deposit or deposit A. D. IMS. .?.._..,_,__ 4..4t
DENTIST on' the people, too-the borrowers ., a* the ease. may beBee. J. L. OVERSTREET. Beg. NW. Cor of Block 10, run. 8. 100. ,
Office PI11. from banks.. 7. All ordinance or part of Clerk Circuit Court of Osoeola County. fU K. 100 fU N. 100 ft.., W. 100. fU-_Mrs. Prsctlla Bass Estate ___.SLTCISO
: over Building ordinance In conflict herewith are Florida By a H. BULLOCK. D. C.. II.,...-. .Sak-Dlv-sleB of Block
Offlee Hours: 0-IS. 1_4 Alt of the bank. of the country are hereby repealed. Jr.r--

Mae GIla 'Phene A4salalatered ill Residence for 'Pheae M bang urged by the Federal Reserve Passed In open session by. unanimous NOTICE TO CREDITORS.In Lot I. ....._.___.____..._.____...R N. MeSser. ...._....__..__ !
Batraetlea ef this Itth of
vote August.
Lot-t
day [ Court of the County Judge Osceola 8M of -1 and HVi of BH of Lot S.
Teeth Board to curtail their ana. They are A. j). 1115. County, State of Florida,-In r* Estate Block M. ..........................r. D. Woodbeck. .__'IS.II
urged to loan money only where-the .(SEAL) President. F. of H. the LAWSON Council.J. . of John M. Lee. All of Block R and 8__-......._-____Mrs. ffi. F. Collier.s..4.,. I....
To all Creditor Legatee. Distribu Seen AadlMosv .
LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW borrower is to it,, in someway R. GILBERT Clerk
going use Approved this 10th day of August. I tees, and all person having claim LoU 1 to 4 Inc.:. Block A......'_........Mrs. )(. F. Scar Kst.._______._. Sl.ll

: : that will aid In or contribute to A D. m. or demand and each'of against said. estate hereby: no. Lot 1.. Block If...___.............. ....Mrs. 8. B. Gardner........._.._._ 11.11 ;,
JOHN a CADEt., Ma.or.TIIIACdERS' ul.su looar. '
.
Seerth Florida ttallroB '
winning the war.Thli and r any .noe, 4

Waring Building policy U not aimed at hamperno EXAMINATIONNotice claims of and demand. which:: you or either Lot T 'and 1. Block ninnlr 5..-..._......-..E). ANlemeyer. *s___ie*.__.___..._; if,it
you may have against.the estate BUT. 40 ft of Lot 7 .
of John 4.E. I. Lesley .*................. II.41 o
legitimate business. It alms to I hereby: given hat the State M. Lee, deceased, late of Lot ,. Block .M. J Hicks. _

JTat Johnston 0.'. P. sarreM help win the war, which is 'the best Board of *Examiner for teacher will certificates hold an examination at Osceola Executrix County Florida of said, to estate the undersigned within Lou Lot ..1"sj' 4 "7------j.--------. __w. c. Lesley Ba ; -:::::::::=:::::::::::: Si..:U

two VBioVkr.fe < ------ .1
CARRETTATTORNEYATLAW for business. It the. School building In Klsslmmee. I year from the date hereof.. Lots 7 and Bass. II'
JOHNSTON & thing possible 'simply, .High Florida.-on 10th 1fIS. bated July lit A. I>. 118.148t lies 70 ft 8 47 deer. E. of mot wt. V1 ---------------- .41

means that.money wanted for nonesential *- tt-4t. C.. B. TOWEL!. SuPt. DORA a LEE Executrix. ernly tr'J.f Block" I, run IS.f 47 des., .
E. 71 4$ dec.. H). N.; 47dec. ti
Offices 10 11 and 12 Citlmenui Deal purposes ahould be refused. NOTICB OP AIJIII.N.IITRATOR-P'OR .
NOTICE W. 71 ft, thence a. 41 deg. W. s

Building Let the nonessentials wait until the Notice I I. hereby given that the Board In Court FINAL of County UlsCHAHUH.Judge, State of I ISO ft .:.._____._.,--------.---.:-...A. D, Gilbert______..__._.___...p H.SS

.JltI..U..._ Pia.a war''' is finished The Government of County Commissioners, will receive of bid Osceola to Florida Osceola ounty.-In re Estate Be*;. most southerly cor of Lot 7, Block ,
: County Florida up of D. C. Lee. 11.'..un. N.7 dee, W. 140 ft 1'(. 41deg '
) needs the money to carry on the war. 10 a, m. Monday, September 2nd 1918 Notice. I to all whom" -. eI. lib '
nine hundred thousand No. 9 wire- hereby given It E Sttt ft,' a 47 . E. ft.
The farmers, the men and the .lndu.- on cut lug brick; also on No. 1 re-prrased may concern that on the 4th day of N. 41 deg- W. to b.If'al.o'Lot 4 of ;1 ',
February A. D. 1111. I shall apply "to A Resub- ,
brick. Bidder allowed to bid Doneiran, Miller Stanford's
tries engaged! in war work or engaged on paving all or any part of said. the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge of division of Lots 7 and ,......._-...E. L. Lesley------___...----.-..1 IT,OS

in: producingthings needed for the Board reserve right to amount.n" or aid Court, a* Judge of Probate, for my tAt 1. Block 11........___..._ ___......Mach' Bros. ......_.,...._:...... IT.IS
OIIRSOJPIIRIIERSELLS F all bids. Bids to be e :t"\'l L. final discharge as Administratrix of theestate Lot A Block II__________.............Mch Br 0s. ________....._______1SI.4S
efficiency both of our soldier and of Overstreet, CI.rk1 Klsslmmee. 'Florida of D. C. Lee deceased and thatat Lot '1. 4. 0 and '. Block 11.:-_..._.__". B. Aultman ,__ift __._._....__10t.4t
our (home people need the credit to (Seal) J. L. OVERSTREET.: the same time I will present to said Lot !. Block 14 _-__-_-__.-_____, _---Mr.. O. W. McKay..____._.___. 11.40 4
Clerk Board County Commissioners. Court my final account a* Administratrix Lot 4. Block 14.__.--............-r.-J. "> W. Potter _-_..___.*._____-., .a.1I5
carry on their enterprisee. "-5t of said estate and. ask for their ap Lot 7. Block 14.____._____...-..--_-Mrs. L., .H.: Nelson _...-.-..---.___ 45.St

Merchant should not borrow monoey.to proval.Dated July 16th, A. D. 191S. Frame Building on leased Lot S, Block "',4- <-",, /

NOTICE FLORA B.- LEE Administratrix. I II .........__.....__._-._...___._Robert Rtdel '______,._-..____ T.7S
t esBSBBBSBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBjBBBBjssjij ..toek'up on luxuries or things Notice Is hereby given that the Board SS-lem-tmo But. IS ft S. 47 drg. K. of most north.
** of County Commissioners of Osceola erly cor of Block II, runs 8. 47 dee i iK. .
that the should not buy at this :
Fire ,Life Accident and people aunty, Florida, will receive bid' up to NOTICE TO CRHDITORS.! tO ft, S. 41 des, W. 71 ft. N. 4i ', r,
time. No one; should borrow money 10 a. m. Monday. September :2nd, 1(18 --I deg-. .W. 10 ft' N., 41 deg.. K. 75 tt.Rull Bass _.__..__.1: _-__.-.__.. Sl.St 1Beg.
for the sale of $40 600.00 6. per cent serial -
Plate Glass Liability now to spend needlesly or extravagantly bonds Special\ Road and Bridge; !. the Cs>r<- *f the C... r Jmt**,, most southerly cor. of Lot N.t.Block ,n :
Health II N. 41 des, E. 71 ft. f
,
run
1& District No. I,"i maturing I at rate of Onrrola fesiaty. State .t Florida.la .
'Unnecessary building unneeded Interest payable i 47 degW.. 71 ft. 8 41 deg., W. 71 ft.
1.000.00 per annum He Estate e>f Henry C..11.-cake. deg. ____ Bull Bart., ._....__...__ 11.1'
Boile'f eml-annually. )18trlbu.1 8., 47 E. 71 ft___.__..._ __ ? ? p.
fi and Insurance." articles, unessential enterprias All bid to be addressed to J.: I.Ov.rstr.et To tees all and,Creditor.all persons, Legatees having, ) Claim ; Lot 1. Block SO ___..._._.-__...___..Rull .Baa. ., ...................... S1.4I

ahould all wait the ending of' the Clerk. Klsslmmee' Florida er Demands against said Estate: I C... Breese. .

Legal Bonds Executed war. J.' L. OVKRSTRBKT You and each of you are hereby Lots 1. S and S..-........._..__-__-.Rull Baas ...._.-_____,._._.__. SS,IS
. Clerk Board County Commissioner notified and required which:: resent any. Lot 10.' ...._-_____-_...........___...J>. I.. Lesley, _.,-.-._......._".... '.'0
,; The Federal Reserve Board points ".1It '. claim and demand you. or I. ..................-............D. H. ThurmanA .....____.._._ jr i
;. Same Day Needed., out that in the interest of successful' either of you.may/ have against theestate Lot ST. __._..........'"'........ ., J.. MacDonoug-h. j-....._._._, 15.35
I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ,TAX of Henry C. Brooke deceased Lots 661 and'"04. ..??....._.__-__E. L. Le.I.). ..........._____... g,40 e 4
W Government financing it would be IJIED. D.A... late of Osccola County, Florida to the Lot. 41, II and 70. ..._...._.......__EL Lesley, ..___..__.......... S.4I 4
. Notice I I. hereby given that undersigned Executrix' of said estate
much better for the banks to hold Baa. of Tax Certificate No. within two from the date hereof. . O'Neal Addltlesb .
OFFICE State Bilk Bulldlig 158. dated purchaser the 7th day of August A.D. Dated August year 19 Lot t. rroc-: A.---------- .. _-A, H. Spier. ___........ ____.,-. 31.11
; : credit within reasonable bounds by 1111. has filed said certificate In my of. ,RhM'K8., Lot C and W II ft from Lot 7.. Block BW. H.. Arnold, .................. 07.41
rather than nee and ha made application for taltdeed S/-8t-: Executrix. E. 00 ft of Lot. 1 and S, Block D__-..Annie J. Parcells. ___.._ ..__ 0.It
intelligent co-operation to Issue. In accordance. with law. Lot 6. Block IV I.u _.......Ham Uowell ....__......_...... 10.11
; discouraging borrowing by charging Bald certificate embrace the following NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR E. U of Lots 15 and 10,Block P--.R. U Lesley. .................... 1ft,If
described. property situated In Osceola Lot 1. Block E3. .___.________.-.___-.D. H. Thurman; ....________ 11.41
high interest rates. The people should <<
* 0. J. W..THOMPSONFuneral cooperate with the Government andkhe County Land, o&d1:;, to-wlt. Company: Lot* J4.Bubdlvllon Semnole -- !. Cesirt ..f .Cat Osre..li J.Cfy.State. ofKlerida. H.of A.Lot Mathew 1.' Block AddltlBB.NVk O, __._.::_.-._Cathrlne Bradshaw. ..__..-.._..._. 10.SI ,

of ,of all except n Vi of n w 'M ofn 1m re Kstate ..t \VllllamV xkerlytNotice ClarhaBB's Ite-SBB-Dlvlslea *f Lot
banks in this policy conserving
e 'U of Section Thirty-One S1). I hereby given to all whomIt BI.rK-H.
*
f DirectorAND credit and curtailing borrowing except Township Twenty-Six (26)) South, may concern that on the SOth day Lot 'c.---:----..___.....___...._..___...Albert Love, ........___:__.___ /."
Rang Thirty-One <$1) East, the said of September, I 'shall' Lot. 3 and 4. Block H. _______--- --Wlll G. Clarke _____-.__.________ 11.11
, where the money, directly or in' land being assessed at the date of issuance to the : ti..r8M r' . Judgeof Lot 1 Block QJ -..Hattl. O. Cornell.------ a
win the helps of said certificate In the name. of said Court Judge of Probate, for P"K. VlW Cor l""Bioek"BC'"runs B.
directly helps war, our J. Sampson. my final discharge a* a* Administrator of *4 ft., E. 71 ft" N. 14 fU W. 71 ft.__.J. a Guernsey, ...__....._______ l.lf I y
soldiers who are risking their lives Unless said certificate shall be redeemed the estate of William Weckerly.. deceased Brit til of 8 AV. cor 15.runs' ofH !
according to tax deed will B. 'U.tSeb. SI, Tp. St R. B .. .,
for "arh ; and that at the same time I
i LICENSED EMBALMER: our country. issue thereon on day .of Sep. will present to said Court my final accounts .ft kss .deg-.. E. SOIK ft W.55.8 .
ember. A. D. 1910.J. a* Administrator of said ..tate. I ft, S w. SOIH< ft.ln Blocks T'and ,. 11
f!!; I. OVER8TREHT. I and ask for their approval. U .-,___.........____:. ....__-___. C Ludlow._.____..-:-__ 15.15

Store and Chap.1, Stewart Ave. KISSIMMEE WOMAN GLAD Clerk Florida.Circuit Court Osceola County, I IJIIOTICIIII. Dated Und ApriL A. D. 118. Beir. 706% ft. B.__of_8W.-_cor of NW4 .' ". <" ,"
SISTER ESCAPED OPERATION A. E. DROUGHT of HK\4, Sea SI. Tp. ::1111. K. ''I'", runs :, '!h ? .' '
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! wjeslmmse. IRA.x n If-lamtmo. Administrator. N. 110 ft, K 114 U ft., 8. SO ft.. W. ';' .4 r',"}

Notice I* hereby given that a B. ISO ft, 8. 170<<1 ft., W. 1'1",& ft., Block +
4)444> "Physicians had given my sisterup Story purchaser of Tax CertificatesNos NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR U. --*.-..-.--------......___._..-.M. Tiller ,_____.___---1--_. 1T.TI t
440 4 4tOO > 40J444eI .
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h. : 4.8. 4.7. and (For FlMl Dlorsara-e) Beg 100 ft. W. of BE. cor. Block W. ,
411. 4.X. 4S4.
to die they wanted to operate for 4.0. !. Ceert d c..t *.* ., state .1 7SH I
: ; dated the 7th day of August A D. > runs W. ft, N. 171 ft.. E. 7SH ft '
M. TILLER fall 'stones, but'she was too weak 411.1.111. has filed said certificate In my !.. Eetat.Fred Fl...... Oeeeelsi Dealt Ce.aty. a 17t ft..__.......................B. L. "Lesley....__"__-:_____.".t(
office, and has made application for re I MgbBetteVi BBh-DlvlalOB IB Matkews "
and could only talk in whispers I with Notice I* hereby given to all whomIt .r
tax deed to Issue In accordance Addiitle. ,
I Real! Estate Agency.I! 'I i got her a'bottle of Mayr's'Wonderful law. Said certificate embrace actuated the fol-In of may September concern, A. that D. Itlt on the I shell loth day Lot.W. S and 4.. Block A-............Mrs.: Theresa Fluke...._:__._... '-iii' "
lowing described property apply APatrick's Aedlttesu ... ..
ikurpry .
leraedy and in three weeks she was Osceola County Florida, to-wit: to the Honorable T. M. Lot t. Block A -_-------- ::_: ----..Mrs. Carrie Oardnler. -____-__ n,1I
and ookL and walk mileto No. Lot 76. In Section 17. No of said Court a. Judge of Probate, form Lot 4. Block A. ___-______________..Mrs. Ada ,Bus _________.____'' 4.... ..
bought able about UI.
Realty to get a 410. I; No. 4S1. Lot .a; No. 411.Lot ) final discharge as Adirlnistrotorof Ntt Lot!, Block F_..____.._-_.....Mrs. B. B. Simpson ______ 31.96"
Houses rented church." It is a simple harmless 117; all In ,Section U. N.. 4S4: and the that estate at the of same Fred time Deal,I dA.ased wIll present ; N34 Lot 1. Block 0. ------------Mildred C. ,,Hand li. ,.---____ 11.1
17 and SI No. 4Sf, Lot SS; No.
Taxei paid and Title verified reparation that romoves the catarrhal Lots 127. Lot 48; No.;4S1. Lot 110. 116. and to said Court my final account B. C.,1.Mlllefs Black H.Re-SBB-DlvlsleB of e. .
.
Administrator of said estate, and '
I for noa-roudenb.'f mucus from the.'lutes Muni trat n.. all In Section td.SI South All of the Range above SO as ask for their approval Lot.wtl :. S.......__.......... ...J11.'L.' Lesley.. _________ ...,., '
being In Township Beg lit ft W. of NB. Lot ,
Dated cor of 4.
Fire." Life'' and Acciioot ..- and allays' the r-flammoticMv. whi<4i, Bast. '. APr'LIN.dbt-08: l.P' Block.H. runs a 4114 ft, W II 4

i > : causes practically ..11' stomach; livtor The said, at land the date being of assessed the Issuanceof re.snectlvely It-Iam'mo. Admtnl.NOTICm . BegNW N. 41H cer.ft, B.of to Block ft.--.I,..runs.--.-H.3.._-L%.' W Thompson. _________ 'T.SI e

[ Indemnity Bond. and Intestinal ailments, including ap said' certificate In the C.name B. Martin of H. : FOR PUBLICATION. ft.. 8. 106ft.B.39ft.S.51tie.W. 9

R One dose will coLvlnce A. Painter. A. E. Bayllse S. W. Kettering II ft. N. lit ft._.+.....?:___...-.A. 'U Davidson. ________ ,Sl.Sf w
pendicitis. V. Hoyt. -
or Q. B. Burnelde
. .. 8. Beg 8W. cor. Lot I. Block J. -
( t. .te" V. LasS E.
De..rtt : runs
J4.444444 444 .4l4e .. .4>444 J. W. Harris. and ate.BI Wyatt. : 10 ft. N. 100 ft iI. 10 ...,
money refunded. J. Z. Robenon, druggist Unless said I shall be redeemed Uf. .* at Ualaeavllle, Fla-, Asia Ie V ft, N. 47U ft.. {
v to law tax d.ed wNl W.' ibo ft. a 147V6 ft._____...____..Lesley Base, .____________41...
issue according the ttb day of September Notice Is hereby' given that Thorns Lot 1. lee B. 17 Block M_-____J. R. Smith. .._______, SI.4*
thereon A. D. on 1110.. A. Fore of Orange Center Fla'j who B. 41 '. Lot I. Bloc O._?____w__-_.){.. Tiler,..._.,.,__________. lT.St i
Seal.. 3. 1. OVERSTREICT on September If. lilt. {om.. Lot 4. Block Ro B. C. MIII.r'. 8ub.Dlvl..v.. ", ,,, ,'-" --

oult MOATS '. EGAL ADVERTISEMENTS Clerk( Circuit) Court Osceola County stead Entry. No. 140SS.. for NESS of .Ion .--__.-.--...................,......__...J'' n.I Ora...... ..;,.'!___.._...____ If."

ARe WEL, .KPT Florida,By a H. Bullock. D. a 8BK.Range Section S7 Tallahassee 25. Township Meridian S4, has S. Lot 5. less w 41 ft. Block V-.-'. ::: :;;!l.L"::: .il.Tlller---. ; :=--=-.:=;:; 1,75
Lot 4. lees 10 It' '
w ft" and t"it"u+ +
le
47H lot'
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6. NOTICE FOR BIDS. filed notice Proof of Intention to establish to claimto makeThreeyear I. Block .-________.__.________.?. R. Grav..' 3r______.__ 4'.1.1
UTtHfR$Al>fPT! Notice In hereby given that bid. will NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX the land above, described, before W '. Lot, 4. Block X-------____.Frances Sputter ._____-._..111,"
8 55
ft Lot I. Block FF-
DKBD. __ Lewi OBryan'------_.___ 'LIT
"" Q 9r be received up to 10 a. m. on Monday, Clerk Circuit Court at Klsslmmee, All of mock -
5-----------------------,Vf, Tiller .______________111.1
for (0 uniform for Notice I* hereby given that C. A. Fla. the SOtb day of September
September Ind. on W 140 ft of Block 6
Certificate n of A. C. 1. R.-.I.It. Tiller------____________ 14.41
he Oaceola county Horn Guard, each Straub purchaser of Tax UII. They.on .151 ft "of A.. C. 1. R. R.. Block I..W. O. Hankln___________ '.'1 E
No. 53. dated the 7th day/of August.A Claimant witnesses:
uniform to con.l.t of: name a AI of A. C. 1. .. Block ........ ____ __
1 ..tyle.I D. 118, and of Tax Certificate No. H. of Orange Center Fla., Ry. -M. Tiller ._-____ __ 1'1.11
Hat army 8'$4 Lot 4. Block
1 fLee 11--------a-----R. SIfgb----__ _.
__ ___ 1..41
I4S dated the tth of A. D. -n't of venter C. .
make bid day July. ,
Orange
r Olive Drab Shirt ( on All Block .__________..____.__._____ D. Campbell--------_ '1.41
.11 In ef. of
both woolen and cotton) has filed said certificate my Fla., Ira E. Keen Orange Center S 14, Lot I. Block 15------------------p
1M Breeches, Ice and has mad application for tax Fla. W. W. Allen of Loughman, Fla. A. Lusk------__.-__., 1.0.
1 Pair Olive Drab Foot Lots Sand 1. Block le- _._ _. __
deed to Issue la with law. ROUT WDAVIS - --... _______-______. 1.11
Khaki Twill. Said certificate embraces accordance the; St-st. Register N 50 ft of kft of Lot r Block 20---R.( P:tlSS.L! ___-____________ 1'.la
I Web Belt. following N % ___ __ ._ ____
Drab Cult Lergings.The ------------ --N. B. Lock ___ -- : 11.11
A BUTCHER WHO J. Pair Olive Fractional Lot '. of BlockMrs. .
the n RH., W. C. Bus-----------___-_ ,
I board reserve right to reject Fractional Lot 4. n of. R. R., Block 1.3. P' O'Berry____________.._-__ ....
KNOWS HIS BUSINESS any and all J.bid Lv OVBHSTREET.Stlt All n of A. C. L. a,.. Block St-__-_..,-.Warren Wayntan ............... ....1

Clerk Board of Co. Com'ner NOTICE W. C. Bass A..U.... .
U in charge of this market. He Lot --- ------.---____- _.... eht *V Nelson.........____...__ 5.15
AN OR 01 N A NCR. __, Lot ---:---.-----------:::::::::::..W. H. Calyer?,__________.____ 1..1.,
purchase only the finest meats T
B. L. Lesley's '
J An ordinance to Amend "An Ordinance AdsltleB.
x. and handles them In a manner Relating to the U.e of Water NotlcOs hereby given that the following: described lands, herein or so .much, Lot 7 .--...---------______-....__:.""_.Mrs. M. Qulna.._______.__-r.---- ...,
and Lights In the City of Kllmmee thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes set, will opposite Lots '0 and 10___........ ._ L Smith_._.______-___.__-: 10.11 .
that insures their freshness when Florida, and Regulating! the Payment to the same, together with the cost of such sale and advertising; Lot 14 ..---.:.--'--.:.-.-.---I?--------R. .. W. M. Wheeler estate..Henry ____ 1.0'
'7-. ,Therefor and Providing the. Method be sold at public auction, on the second day of September' A. D. 1111.of In Florlda frontof Lots It to 14 Inclusive__........I.I_. Harrell ..._______________ It.1
you welcome them, to your home. the City Hall door at Kisslmmee, County of Osceola, and State Lot St .- _____ _.. __ 1.11
'of Furnishing such Water and Lights ------ ------ .._ __.' .Mrs M Qulna.iLesley .____.? __._ _
'r, Our unfailing courtesy and honest to the Citizens and for the Collection Lots SI and S!-----....._*.._.___...B. E. Evan.____________.______ 1,16
of Water and Light Bills." DESCRIPTION OF LANDS. OWNER. Tax and Cost.IL Lots 41 to 5..........___ -- -.---. Baa*-.-----------.--- 14.16
methods appeal to folks who be' Be It ordained by the Council of the Lot 17 -----------------Ill__I____...-J. C. Moore_:..______4._____._.___ 1.11

lieve in getting their money's City of Kl..lmme.., that the "Ordi! Lot H.I to P.S DreBSk.Cs Inc. Block Addltleav.A._______...___K.. L. Lesley. .... __.__.-_-.f tl.05 ... W. Lilly's A........
nance Relating. : to the Use of Water All of Block n. E. H. and :K._-____-_a B. Aullman- _.._...._______. 14.41 Lot 8, Block 1-------------------C. H. Campbell....____....-. T.4S
t .worth of quality goods be* in Amended the City to of read Kissimmce.Florida a* fol-. All of Blocks c and D_____-__...--_..8. B. Aultman .__________.-____ 10.05 A. E. Dears-SB's flBb-Dlv. ef N % ef II
All of Block I and J._____.________?K. L. Lesley ___________-____. IT.15 E14.1 NII16.1 N W H. .
1 lows Section: 1. That beginning upon and Lots S to 4 Inc, Block F____...._____A..U Davidson ________._______+ Sf-Of flee. SIC TB.. SIlo R. **. .
Lots -4 and S, Block S....__.___.._____){. Tiller .al
including the lt day of September OsreeJa Hardware Co.'s RII.Wlvl- Lot 0, Block S Reldel--------------.
; ....__ ___ 1S.09
: ---- =Clara
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I llKht furnlihed ..
a.l water and Block
A. D. 1911. BBd 8. r.
Marketi to the cltlien of KlHlmmee, Lo": S. -J1aJ. ---._--..__-.),{olll. Gilmore ___.........-.-. S.IO S. 1C. Betters Aedltlea. .
: City whether Individual, firm or corpora 8. R.. .IO.-ASSl .. Lot 100 ft square In n e cor Block Sr. __.H. IL, Drlfger______.______: n."
(ions. shall be for according I to Lot ti N : I..______.C. L. Hyatt ___-___.________- 36.16ock A. C.....'. AadKlea. .

the amount el.ae amount to be Mene. ------------------ 4'8 Lot 1, Block A.................____..James. Bronson .....___.:_______ 1,36
ascertained by mean of water and w\V5SWT======: :! Cody ----; --------------- 1:4: : Lot S4. Block ________________-____..B. I. Lesley--------.___________ 1.1
light meter at the following rate: Lot ?- Block 4--------------------M M. E. Oriffin-----------ra = : Lot 10. Block A..__.________.___ ____...O. H. George-----------------; 1.31
..IN NO A flat rate of 16 cent per thousand Lot 1. Block J _*___*__ ___-.__-__. r.. 3. M Routes ----. -- 26s6. KIsalBssae* Helgrkts.

(1000) gallon used the for amount allwater with used a W H of Lot. i and I. Block f________Walter. McNeal Howard -.--------I-:- 10 lilt st Lots 411 and'lilHIIIIIIIIIIIHIIlII'_..Unknown ...._____________-__.:__ t.lt

I Irr..peeU..of Lot 1. Block '------ _-; IIid---------------- i.nAll Lot IS _Zack Bass ____________________.__1.01
of One Dollar per ; : : :;::: :::Henrietta
I H minimum charge to be. read monthly. Lot 10. Block ._____: : __ ._ Lots ill'to 111_________II.IIII___..B. L. Lesley_.________-_________ 1.01
i C. W GRIFEINStaple I month. S.meter A of Two Dollar of Block 10. Robinson's Addition Lot 111 to 1SI Inclusive; __--..---..--K. L..IA.le,._.________.________ 1.11
See Deposit also Fractionaf{ Lot 1 aad I. Block Lot 117 and 1SI... ,
__________ 1.01
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----------.H.JM/ Breaker. _
and Fifty Cent (11.50) will be required 4, 8. F. R. R. Survey H Interest__-Mach Bro. .____............... SI.01 Lot 111 -.....---__ ---_____.W/, B.; Maklnson____.....________ 5.56 t
of all users of water before came Lot .. Block IS__________.______......M. Tiller -----------.----- 4.5 Lot 114 -___._,_________ _..Lewi ... 1'u ;a
-- O'Bryan
will --- -----------
will be furnished which deposit Lot 1 to I Inc.. Block II_____.__.____Henry Ooulden .____._?- IT.StLot Lot ISO .__ ..
________...Unknown _..._______________ .
discontinuance ---------
mod FiutcyGROCERIES be refunded to of such.user water upon, less the such- 0 to I Inc.. Block 10____>....-____W. T. ," Maklnson ___.-...-.-...'- '._.01"!1 ......t..fm .Park.to .

If amount a* yftt: due; the city for Florida LaB sit I_.*. c..'. Survey < Lob I 5 Inclusive, Block 3.--------James M. Johnston......_____ 1.
water. All meters to be put In at the Lot :S,, '0. II and 11_______.........Miss E. J. Blckerdlke.$5.45 Lot S. Block 4.....___ ________.jame M. Johnston..__ __.__ .10
! expense of the city and to be owned Lots II and 14_________-.______._____M. D. Casler___. ____:______.___. 18.45 Lot I, Block 4--_.._____-__-______-..Rull Bas ---------------- 'Ie
b y and remain the property of the Lot. 36. 30. II and OS. except portion Lot*"1 to I Inclusive, Block f---___....jame* M. Johnston.Jame ..___ 1'.0
of Lot 01, a of Midland R.8. B. Aultman ____....______a42.76 Lots 1 to I Ino and 1 to 10 Inc. Block M. Johnston...*..__" .'ao
city.Sea, S. A flat rate of 10 .cents-perkllow.tt Lot OS and all 04 N. of Midland Ry___8. B. Aultman ___.._____________. l'.l{ Lot 1, S, 3. I. 7. I and 10. Block 11_...James- M. Johnston.................: .1.11
Free Delirery oJI Pelts for all electrlo current used Lot 00 __-___.-__.------.-----.,---.-Mr*. T. Flake _,_____________. :11.01 Lot f. Block 11-----------------------J. H. 'ReeseFoster ----..---'r' '' :1tl
to for light or other purposes with a We4all A Defies 0B*>-DIvlslBB of Lot 1 and 3. Block IS _.__. Newton ----------- : ,
of the City minimum charge of One Dollar per fi>8 04. er BBI es. Lot S to I Inclusive Block'lSl__.,-..-James M. Johnston-_.. r 3.1
month, meter to be r.ad monthly. Motors Lot.--rt. SO: Block n..-_________..R. n. Plummer _____.a------ t.ot Lots 4 and I. Blopk 1S..._.-.______.Jame* M. Johnston.--:_.._ I 1'.f.
: may be operated at the above rate Lot 10 and 11. Block H-__________-__1. Ward ______________._____---- 1.11 Lots t and I, Block If------------..--J'. w. Baker_....___.,______"1.64Nick.
or at the rat of One Dollar and Twen I.BWBOB'* ABSltlOBw ..., ,'
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4)e4Jt4) t)4)eft 4)4>4>4 44>9 ty-Five Cent per horse power per ..6. H._ Wendell's SBB-DlvlBlo .f Lot Lou.* and *. B1ek: 1--.--.--------.-Z. T. Rials___.__...,..y....- .L'U

month, at A the option) of of,the Ton user.Dollar Lots s&I foUl"lncin."l-1Il"-! _:I_:nnieos* Grave _______.______ *-*sLot Lot Block 4..-......_ ._-.R, j. j hna_______-_-_ "

(tlO Sec.4..00), will Deposit be required of all users S ___._________..Ao.-.__...____-___._Unknown _-____._...____.-.>- l.lt Usplatt.d _JIBB.Bos t.4tf.l', '''';';' ''
of electricity before same will be furnished M. C. B..e...... S.bDlvldw of ... ;. S6I.I ft w of n cor of n e K of .
s e 'K. See. If Tp. St. R. SI. runs sCSS I -
will be refundedto
Let
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of the eleotr.o less *uchamount Lots II and SS__.___._..__._._.___. HowardLets ---..-----..-.-.. J-JJ n ....41 ft. to U sec or city line, '
>a* may bu'd"\h city forelectricity. 31. 50. 11.' 14 to 40 Ina---------Unknown" ___-,__. ------ then S40 ft.-__--____.L-___B. .if. stauSer_________ SS.lt
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.. Ill 4 of of ,
Bag. ft 34 '
Installed w n e K s e runs "
All meter to be VBh-IMvlBl of Let .T. .
W. K. Klaaa 3.16 a "'.41 ft. w IIS ft s III ft w 145 .
and owned by the Hired .y Lots iii and t/- .__________ a'llnl j-r n t. '
Install the ____ -1------------ ass ft. n pi.4$ ft. to H sec or city line.then i" ).. J"
the city If already by Lot Ie ____________________ 101 ft to beg- _
e ---- Cttknewn ._ ____ scsiSS.4I
kI CHEEKNEAisCOFFEES : a--c.o'i....:rr-Ml). for-bot.. water andelectricity .BBSrrsDIvlsleB of H. 15 feet S w '% of a w '34. less, be* n ee hoc rune ,, Iot,' ....' ''

( If Mime are are not payable paid In full monthly within and tendays Lots..I h.l s.6_ :..________________..:.M. B. Cuepett.' ,..,.-'......,...., ..... -,. 'tit .nlft"wtowbd"SII..e"ft.0 bet alee leas, begr 17IH n, t ""Ify.( ' ('W''t.Yno .'.. :... \> ', ; : w

after presentation of billor, i'lNeker.s Bab-Dlvistq .r Lot Te. '"aur..T '- '.01 ft n of e e eor Bee. II, run. 'Off" ., t .

within .ten dayti after such bill or Lot. ,fL' and, ___..:.._._________1L U Mc -..- ft, w, 114 ft, tff H fut ft.Vj+\( g. .W.teO..n ......,; #
i bill are mailed by the water andlI..ht W. rarasee's Be-SBB-IMvtsleB of ,' ,' N. U of eH of: e e 4.aad. a' H' 'et J ", ,,,,,,
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eollecter, the water and the Let -- < Graves I s e 34 of s e Ti of s e St.. See. 14. Tp26 .

electricity, 'or' either the water jo Lola II 'a.4 "__-_, _.-..rrrD.3. R. ....-.. .A.........T._-.-.. t/1 R. I'.-l---------i-- c.' Livingston----------- 11.01Lofey4
electricity a 11th. .case mar be. may cats I' and I. to I" inc.-. .a.yrrree --a. -":" .. 000.. B. 'AultmanOuetne _- -.--. t..,.
.sst Park .ak-IMvtsleei **;Lota'J Y 10. Tp. :56. R SI _- ==.. I....
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N 14 of. w H 80. 14. Tp. 'I/.A.
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'POM CeWJTta tfto' 1-2 o.ie' ,! Lola. 09 II BB to d .14... 'Inc. ".. 4 ".. E. LaLonde' "- ....11.13 3.f1 .. t ., .. >. ( .. ., <. -y V?I IJ

r... Lot 41 and 41.. ._____--.+.--Jos h3oBhn..... .... "1'1'11 w 1( G. W. e-iu.TIUCIC'1'', Tea .OUeeter.. .u ,
gao ..1 io i.L ssrtiry. ......- Lot 41 and 44.ttetsrt __._ ..Mac -, --- ; l
......,. ... .tchtaU. 5i.. era9eMlllfiaet .- MBBS A........ 'lfo ietT..i-.r tell By J. .. aiLBstmr D. c. ,
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EIGHT \'\ THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY ,GAZETTE, FRIDAY CUST 30, 1918. -

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SPECIAL THIS WEEK See Our Window




I 100 Pairs Ladies High Top Shoes $ 1.98 DOLLAR LIMIT STORE

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O. W. paRSONS COMPANY, f>raprl lorh <

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Mrs. Geo. W. Best, member oKissimmee' had by all. sacrifice, and more will probably] I ,
l' SHORT-ROBERTS i Company B, who, by Those from Union Center and Mil have to do so before the danger to

'\ t I. his sterling qualities and attention 1.0< liard's Island, consisted of Mrs. 7. KMilliard. civilization has been overcome. Then
'" A pretty home wedding was solemnized Iduty, has climbed from private to Sec Miss Irene Milliard and Jas is no doubt about what the final out Osceola Hardware Co.
I ': at the residence of Mr. and ond Lieutenant, having just receiver Milliard, and Mr. DeWitt Funk, Mrs., come will be, In ,the meantime then
Mrs. R. S. Roberts 609 Sumner street, his commission this week. Everett Smith, Dick Lawson, Mr. and will be anxious and uncertain time! t

1 on ,Saturday, August 24th, at 1r 1 1t The bride.Is one of Kissimmee'f Mrs. Frank Jones, Fired Harvey, Mist There Is ,but one way to meet such
o'clock, when their daughter, Dorthj prettiest anti most popular young Edna Harvey, Miss Nellie Barber, conditions and that is having confl-' Located on Klssimmee's
Bell, became the bride of Edgar Dale women. Jack, Hewey, Aaron Story and !Alfred -de nee in the,.ultimata results and CORNER I-

4" Short. Myers. Those; from St. Cloud were:, back up this confidence by supportingour BUSIEST
PARTY t
Only relatives and a few invited j t.MERRY CHILDREN'S .f. Robert and Dewey Montsdoca, government and its war policy :

friends were present to witness th< . 4. Leon Godwin, Spencer Tison, Elmer to the fullest extent.' Those who can KITCHEN SAFES are well nigh indispensible these hot day.
Bullock
'Ceremony which united these two Arthur and, Dorothy. en Tison, Hardy Barber, Tom McClel not fight should excel when it comet They screened and thoroughly ventilated keeping the food free
number of their are
:young lives "for better or for worse. tertained a at the, home young 9f land Misses Artie and .Ola Montsdoca to' investing: in government securitiesas from insects, yet (freely admiUing.the air. They ate handy, economical -
friends at. a party
of the Presbyterian
Dr. W. B. Witherspoon M McCelland Misses Mat. this is their only of demonstrating -
Mrs, S. way stock them.
theMticiatingclergyman. 'their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. II.. and sanitary, and we carry, a good, of
church being
? I tie'Baisdcn, of Kissimmee, Blisses Le. their patriotism' in a substantial r -
last About ., ..
Bullock Friday evening.'
._ .1 ola and Nellie Peterson. Miss Viola manner. Telling what you >< .?, ,
The bride.., who is a charming; twenty youngsters were present, and McClelland, Miss Christine Montsdoca would.ao if you were a soldier, and Over in our Furniture Department' we have Baby Cabs and Push

young woman, and the only daughter I made the welkfn'ring 1 in that part and oC! Miss Elna Underhill, of Fort what in 'your opinion General Persh. Carts. You furnish the baby and we,will produce the cab-for ,a reasonable '
of Mr. and Mrs R. S. Roberts, never town, with their jolly games Myers.: ing should do, and what. wonderful consideration. '
:looked,prettier nor happier than when JJaugh! r. Miss Violet Bullock e fJ- 'work our boys are doing, and what ,
standing at the alter'clad in her wedding sisted in entertaining the children SECOND\RED CROSS WAR FUND the Huns} may expect when our / -

gown of white satin, which was and served light refreshments. Subscribers to the second' Red troops get after them, etc., etc.; does Woe sell White ?Enameled Bread Boxes, also 'similar boxes for

\ later changed forgoing away dress Cross war'fund will permit us to remind not buy any guns nor help feed the sugar and'cake. Besides; these we handle black enameled boxes foDeeds.,1n.urance
of blue taffeta. AVIATORS ENTERTAINEDBY them that ,their subscriptions men, neither'does it add to the morale and other Legal Papers. They are very,useful.

Immediately after the ceremonythe KISSIMMEE LADIES on the, regular cards are ,due July lilt, of the fighting men. They know that -
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guests' repaired to the dining August lat, September' 1st and Octo- talk is cheap and that the most of it 1
room whet refreshments of cream Under'the leadership of Mrs. H. C. her t 1st in .equal payments unless Is bombast, So while you are furnish. The New York Step Ladders are sold at..our store.; We have
and cake were served, the guests all Stanford, tjie: ladies of Kissimmeeheld otherwise specified, and should be ing this, kind x>f support, throw in aTew them all,the way (from four l feet to ten feet high Each step is trussed
,branding while the bride cut the wed. an impromptu and, Informal reception paid promptly. War Savings Stamps and makeit making it i ,very strong. No ne 4.
ding cake. at the chapter house last Sat. There is no worthier cause, nor worth' something, and at the same chair or table when you can have these fine step ladders at a reasonable
The groom, who holds a responsible urday evening in honor of the twelve one which has more pressing need time do something that will redound price.

position with the Cadillac garageat visiting, aviators from Dorr Field, than the Red Cross. The ability of to your credit financially, as well as -
Tampa, came up by auto, and was who honored Kissimmee by selectingthis the organization to meet these great' morally. D. G. WAGNER
accompanied by his parents, Mr. and city as the place to spend ,the needs is dependent on the people tx Chairman Osceola County W. S. S. GASHUM AND SUSETTE.

s.I Mrs. John E. Short, ,and Ibis grand. week-end and while on one of their. pay their pledges, and 'no one should I Gashum and Sustette have named their baby Raymond. This

mother, Mrs. W. E. Short. cross country flights. allow himself to become delinquent DEATH OF MRS. VO. PRESCOTTMrs. name was suggested by Miss Pansy Bowen of Kissimmee. and wins for

.In token of the high esteem in Although the affair was hurrldly Dr. W. B. Witherspoon, Pastor of J. D. Prescott died yesterday her the prize of one dollar. Douglas was the name sent in by another,
which the young people are held by a gotten up, it proved one of the most tHe. Presbyterian church, who is the morning rt eight o'clock at a.local contestant, and Susette favored it as it was a strong name, and hon-

large circle of friends, a number of delightful receptions ever held here, local! cashier for the Second Re4Cross <<\ sanitarium,, after a lingering illness. pled in ,song and story; but wh.en-Gashu't' told her that everybody

r handsome end costly presents were each person present exerting his or. War Fund, always,carries a receipt Mrs. Prescott was a Christian wo would;call him "Dug" for short which to her was "too awful: for
i received. her utmost endeavor to make the book in 'ibis pocket, and is ever man of noble\ character, a member of anythIng" she decided on Raymond. The happy parents are grate -
t The wedding party left for Tampa young gentlemen feel that they were ready. to write receipts. let Baptist Church and highly esteemed ful to Miss Bowen and to all others who sent in names. They would

t ,y by automobile followed by the felicitations not only welcome, but that we were It there are any subscribers who I by a large circle of friends like to give each a present, but cannot as they are saving to buy little
r t and good wishes of all present. all glad'to have them with us. i do not recognize!: the cashier by sight, I from all'J>8.rts of the county. She Raymond one of those fine baby carriages at the Osceola Hardware

i The following short program which I he should look) him up, 'or hand his I was born In Key West fiftythreeyears Store.

j1 f had been hurriedly arranged proveda money to some friend to .hand in for I ago. and was the daughter of
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I LAWN PARTY | '
l delightful diversion: him, or leave it at our store. I Mr. and !Mrs. Willis Baxley. Besidesthe r
+Miss Williametta, Siboit 1 entertained + Song, by. Mrs. W. Stanly Bullock. Kissimmee has been liberal both in bereaved husband she l leaves two

lawn of Miami. i subscriptions and payments, but we ons, Dorsey and Isaac Prescott, of Hardware
Friday evening with a party\ Osceola Co.Registration
Readings, by the little Misses El- learned that thereAre besides
this rnd
daughter
in honor of her brother Olin, at her have just recently city, one ,
home on Sumner street eanor Rosen, Jane May and Miss i iMargaret' many subscribers who have not sisters, and brothers. .
Stanford. learned to whom their subscriptions Funeral services will be held from
Various games were enjoyed on 4
the lawn, after wWch the guests were Mayor Cndel extended a cordial I' should be paid, and this is to Inform the funeral parlors of the Hammon ,
:invited into the dining room where welcome to the visitors and presented them i\ Co., tomorrow at 10 o'clock, the body

;the table was decorated with red, each of them with a ILlssimmee'sl Kissimmee With cordial appreciation of all the will be taken to Kiasimmee where
s 'white and blue streamers. The favors pennant. He then read liberality of our people in behalf of the interment will take 'place.Orlando 1

+ red wJite'and blue.' Delicious famous airship ordinance to .them, ,this sacred cause, I am,. Yours sin- Rep rter-Star. '
were ,
which he agreed: to suspend during S. L. LUPFER.
cerely
+ refreshments of ice: cream and cake Notice.
served. their stay, and offered them the freedom Chairman of the Second Red Cross Y. M. C. -A. IS IN URGENT ,

4 were Those enjoying the evening were: of the city. Prof. R. M.: Evans War Fund, Kissimmee, Fla, NEED OF MEN FOR WAR
welcome .
also spoke word of ,telling I
Hisses Gladys Griffin, Lois Johnson, ,
Lois Overstreet Norma Griffin, Vw- the aviators that Kissimmee fully Serve abroad or serve at home Prof. R. M. Evans Is in receipt of

y let Bullock, Martha, Uelle Harris, Ah their appreciated country what, and they appreciated were doing the for Buy: War Savings, J.. Stamps. the following telegram which tells of The registration books for enrollment of voters to participate in
Mattie and r J the urgent need of men.or Y. M. C.
Westfall Margaret
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Stanford, Elizabeth, Ledbetter,' Dorothy -I privilege of entertaining them. PATRIOTIC LEAGUE WANTS A. workers: s the November general election will be open at the':.oflice'ofth Regis

Wells Lillian Harris,. Billie Si- Lieut B. Meyen thanked countesles the assembled NAMES OF MEN IN SERVICE ',' '." ,! DeLand, Fla.; ,Augv20.,"{i iProt ''""''Uaji ion pfficer at lGssimme from'Monday, Au isTpyjS.'until Oc ,
guests for the R.. M... Evans, Chairman .Y iMjCVAu '
bert Messrs. Roscoe Roberson KJor- I
y : shown him and Ms fellow flyers and Committee:Klsslm4 to 12th. .
(Continued from Page One) Recruiting :; :
Brink .
Wells
don Buttorf Bert Roy .
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promised they would all. return: as me;; Fla:;t-- : : TSf f w
I Helton Bass, Harry Arnold,John Gra. portunity'to do the square thing. a
ham, Gerald Rivers, Murray Over often as was possible for them' "to do I Profiting by repeated efforts and Give following teleg'ram just received The precinct registration' books will be' open in the several: precincts

street, Walter Bass, Olin Sibert, BO.Punch and cake were S. served I oontinueft' eicperenc( (soliciting for to all your county newspapers: from Monday, September 2, until Saturday, October 12.
,Frank Bryan and Bryan Simpson. I the title, of government securities, "Rapidly expanding: program War l '
throughout the evening. the of which to Department makes imperative 25
proceeds are support\ ,
All who desire participate in the general election in November
voters to
e After the reception the visitors
r t month Jan. 1 for Home
,l BEST-FORTNER \ 'ur fighting forces( is rapidly bringIng men per until
... : and I a number of young people repaired this .feature of 'patriotic work camps from Florida only. Immediately : and who have not been properly registered heretofore, are notified

A marriage, which united the lives I to the club house, where dancing '. down to a ilcI<<'lIce. It is also having I whole heart response this appeal that they mu/t be registered during these dates The removal \
and,i destines rf two Kisaimmee's was indulged in till a late hour. the; effect of bringing every man; woman ;will save Home work form penlizinglandicap. :
solemnized ." Do utmost. .from one. precinct to another since registering' will require changingthe
most popular young people, was i and child to a keener realizationf your
at the home of the bride's i PARTY AT UNION CENTER the imperative needs of our.8'ov- 9:37' A. W. HONEYCtfTT, records in this office "accordingly.

mother, Mrs. R. B. Savage, on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Montsdoca of rnment. They have also learned State Recruiting Secretary.

.afternoon August 28th at 4 Union Center, gave a party last Fri that they are not making a charitable: '
o'clock, when Miss Alva Fortner became day night in honor of 'their niece, donation when they purchase War METHODIST CHURCH. E. D: KATZ

e the bride of Lieut. Ira Beet, Miss Elna Underhill, of Fort Myers, Savings'' Stumps. It is conceded', to Preaching at 11 a1. m. and 7:30: p. "
Rev. W. H. Ooleman, officiating.The and their brother; Robin Montsdoca, bCL the most desirable. form of irivest- n. "(
marriage was a quiet 'affair, of St. Cloud, who is to join the colors ment offered. Morning subject, "Mind'of Christ." .; SUPERVISOR REGISTRATION FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY, 'j

.only relatives of the contracting parties next Friday, August 30th. Our boys '"over there", have been Evening subject; .-"Other Little "*" I Kissimmee, Florida' '1,

and Lieut. Thomas and SergeantFennfll There were games, and refresh- naking history mighty fast during Ships." ? ,1v::i id
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being present nents of ice cream and cake were he past few weeks and a great many Prayer meeting! Wednesday even-
The' groom is the son of Mr. and lerved, and a general good time was of, them are making the supreme ng will be In Charge of the Board of .
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leader. ,
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1 All our evening services :will now y.

. : : be held at 7:20: instead of 8 o'clock. Don't Forget To Go 'ToFloyd's
We welcome all to attend our ser
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vices. J. D. SIBERT, Pastor. '
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CHRISTIAN CHURCH .

Worth Careful 10:00-Sunday School. ,
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J s 1i.is not argued that a Bank account will lower the price of foodstuffs 7:30 Prayer: Sermon.meeting' each Wednesday For Your Groceries and Fresh Meat f

evening at 7:30.() L. A. S. each Thurs
', but it is a fact that where household expenses are paid by check I
day.Junior '
f instead of with cash, they are reduced, because the comparison of one m. C. E. each 'Friday at 9:00a. We carry a full line of Fancy /9

month' vouchers with another, enables you to put your finger on the Young Ladies' Circle meets each -
e second Sunday. and Family: Groceries, and
i unnecessary items and. so. 'prevent: waste C. W. B. meets the first Friday 4

I in each month. you will find our deliv-
,, g t It it the easiest way to practice economy and build up a surplus. Church Board meets first Sunday .

YOUR home affairs afternoon each month. ery service ''
I 7 Try it in You are cordially invited to curservices. prompt ,
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t''. a e and efficient '
31-tf. W.. H.'Coleman, Pastor. ,
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