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: September 6, 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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MONTHLY MEETING OPEN SEPTEMBER 16

; W TO COMPLETE ST. CLOUD ROAD council REGISTER SEPTEMBER 12. q

The,city in regular cession Monday, September 16th, II the .
on Tuesday night. date set for the opening of school!,but. ,
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jrh. The resignation of Rom Thorn the --
principal and teacher will enroll
; board of county commissioners compulsory cattle dipping election be wga read by the 'clerk'.ntl .ascopt pupils furnish lists of boob and assign WASHINGTON, D. C., Aug. 31*- called will be the-youth. in their ,

pent a very' busy day.on Monday: attending Included in in the general election to ed. Councilman Haley suggested that lesson Saturday morning, September AIl men from eighteen to forty-five eighteenth year but those of that age
to the affair of the county. take place November.. He stated suitable resolution of regret I.. 14th. years of age in the continental United who desire and have the necessary

The first matter to come up was hat this would save considerable ex drawn up.by the .city attorney and All .pupils, who x, for, States, except those in.. the army .qualifications may be inducted into
-to the and any reason
went fur '
the opening of the bid. for thesale penis county on spread upon the minute must etand examination before being or navy or alreldy registered were the service on October 1, for special
benefits
ther to outline the Osceola
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e of $46,000.00 six 'per cent aerial county 'would receive if Dr Canon reported that a. good I classified are requested to meet; the summoned by President Wilson todayto technical or ':vocatlonal training.
.Jwnds, Special Road and Bridge Dis- compulsorydipping supply of wood was on hand-and that principal at the main'school room 'register for military service on .Registration and Drawing Same as; '
were made a law the
*;ict .No. 3, 'maturing' at the rate ofi by people 'trucks were bettlg":'built to enable the building "'Thursday morning1 September" Thursday, September 12. Heretofore ... .
of the There considerable
county. -
2000.00 was, to handle its'own wood Machinery of the marshal.general's Registration this time
i per annum, interest payable amount of' objection to the city supply 12th,_ at 8 o'clock a. m. Thoto provost will be con-
,1 aeml-annually.+ for the future. office was set in motion to ducted aa heretofore by the' local
(failing to come' this time
holding of th.election by Messrs. A. at cannot
'The bids were as follow.: Mayor Cadel brought the council' be classified until their examinationshave carry .out the .second {great enrollment draft board, All Federal, state,
F. Bass and B. II. Guy who, when
A. E. Donegan & Co:, 44640.00 attention to the action, of the county been taken under a presidential proclamation ';! county and municipal officer are
the motion mode J.'K. Hilliard ,
and accrued'interest. was by commissioner -of the day before in issued soon after the president : called jjpon to aid the boards In their
and seconded by E. L. D. Overstreet, The daily sessions of school will
Sidney Spitzer & Co.,. $44,175.00 ordering the purchase ''of enough had signed the new manpower act work, to preserve order and to roundup
t' and Interest. <. voted "No.,; This put'the matter up" brick to build a road from the,city ;begin this year at 8 o'clock a. m... extending the 'draft ages. 'The bill, I slackers. All registrants will be

A.' E. Dobegan & Co., $46,500.00 to Chairman Mach, who voted "Yes, limits to lobby's Hill, In the directionof The following ts a list of the teachers completed, 'Was '.ent to the white I classified '.* quickly a* possible under .

l' and $100.00 premium;; bidder to agree and thus saved the.situation for the St. Cloud. for the year: ,house for -the president's signature I the questionnaire system and drawing "

with-the board on the selection of petitioners. This matter wag discussed at some Principal of schools, R M.. Evans.. today1; '' .oon' alter' the house and senate will be held at the capitol to fix
Tind&ll stated to the board
the bank" and contractor. Murnice' length, the general consensus of opin First; Grade C and teachers in convened. the order of registrant in their respective

4 W. L. Slayton &. Co., of Toledo 0., the that line a dipping between vat had been and built Osceola.on ion being* ..that"wJre cut lug brick charge-of''.Primary school,. Miss Emma I It is estimated that at least 12- classes. I

146,500.00 ,and accrued Interest, less Orange could not be used in .the city a* this Yowell. ." .778,758 men .will register this time; The hour of registration will be
counties little to the of I '
coat of legal expense. This company a way 'east brick would be grouted with cement;; I First Grade B.. Miss Edna Schwel- compared with nearly ten ,:million 'on from 7 a. rD.' to 9 p.,m., 'and all state
the A. J. Marsh-
road, and asked that
,' was represented by Mr. Scriber. <- and this would' interfere with the kart. the .first registration of '''men from and l local officials are called on to '

tt, Graves; Blanches &' Thornburff":' of the $100.00 allowed for such a vat. be tt1'lng! up ef the etreetj in roM.tv- First. Grade A, Mia' Elon Lucie.. twenty-one to thirty- n.- on June 6, make immediate arrangement for.

Toledo, 0., $44,340.00 and interest. expended and on passed.C. the pens. This .wasgranted tlon with sewer work. Chairman Second Grade A,. Miss Medora. Rus 1917. Of those who enroll now it is maintenance of registration place8
This matter was discussed for Lawson suggested that shell be used sell. estimated.that 2.300,000 will be called on that date.

some tlm .,and finally E. L. D. Over- G. Roserepresenting the Lake. and A. E. Thomas was instructed to Second Grade Bi Miss Mary Kulh. for general military 'service, probably .All men within, the new ages,:
Weir Sand Co. of Ocala made of.
an
street made a motion that the second : look into the matter of 'shelling this Clark. two-thirds of the number com whether citizens of the United State
fer to-the board of 50 cents ton '
bid of Arthur E. Donegan &. Co. be :. per road to meet the county road and Third Grade B, Miss..Lillie Dale. ing from among the 3,500,000 or more or not must register, unless they are..
for the sand in 'carload F. O. B.
tJot.1
accepted, as he considered it to be Lake Weir which This also Clay street to the south city Third Grade A, Miss Mary C. Bry between. the age of eighteen' and' diplomatic or consular ,represent-,
accepted.
was
the beat bid.. This WM seconded by limits. twenty-one. tives of foreign nations.,,
sand is to be used in and
f, -.1. K. Milliard, and passed by unanimous ( grouting the proposed curbing brick road The matter of election of a councilman an.Fourth Grade B, Miss Cecelia. Over- General March has said all registrants In case of illness arrangement) for.
vote. to fill the unexpired "term of .street called into the army will be in I tardy enrollment may be mad with,,
from the city limits to Lobby's Hill. '
Pat Johnston appeared before the board I Roma Thomas, resigned now came Fourth Grade A, Miss Louise France before next June 80, swelling local board and men who expect to e
S. L. Lupfer Sr., stated to the
,
board' with a petition. signed by a up. S. B. Aultman was present and Thomas. the America\ expeditionary force to be absent from their home may reg-'

number of citizen .asking that the (Continued ,from Page 6.) I stated be was a candidate for tire Fifth Grade B, Mrs. F. C. Edwards. more than 4,000,000'men expected to --- .- h position. Nomination being in order, Fifth Grade A, Mr*. J. W-Trammel win the war In 1919.. The last to be (Continued on Peg. *4)

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Mr. Haley nominated A. Slater Reed, !. n--;:____ _. _

COUNTY BRIEF and there being no other nominations Sixth Grada B, Mia Virginia Til- .
J. COURTUELD" three member of the council ler. GET YOUR MONEY READY

voted for Mr. Reed and lie was declared Sixth Grade AMiss Cleo Wool-
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F elected ridge. .

SION..MANYCASES CONT. The council then adjourned to.jneet Seventh tirade B, Miss Lillian '
ISE
as the equalization board on Friday, Prenti FOR' THE WAR' SAVINGS DRIVE :

the 20th of September. Seventh Grade A, Miss Lola' Law-
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Judge T.M.Murphy convened county 'The civil cases comprised the following ler.Eighth --
TELEPHONE COMPANIES MUST Grade, Mrs. F. C. Bry.n.HlCh .
rt court on Monday morning' Owing School.xEngtish Kisaimmee. Fla., Sept. 4, 1918 and' Just the ort that will lay aside

r-- to the absence of Prosecuting; Attorney Mach Bros., vs. Grover Hupple, aasumpsit CHARGE INSTALLATION Miss Almena Leitnes. The War Saving Stamp Campaignfor personal business for the sake of doing
damaged $300.00; '.contltnued.M. the,we.k of September 9th to something In honor of the brave
Owing to the of Mathemaica Mi. Eleanor Mo..-
W. B. Crawford, a number of necessity conserving ., *
Katz, v*. L. B. Drawdy assump- labor and material the poetmaster ley. 14th inclualn.la'now 4he next impor lad*' who are enduring 'all kind 'o't'
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cases. Were continued, for the term. set damages, $125.00. The' jury found general has issued an order requiring History and Civics Miss1 Mary tant .movement for 'us to 'look forward privation in order that demorcacr

'I&The'& following criminal cases were a verdict for the plaintiff; damages, all telephone companies to Whitener. to. A* a forerunner of the maybe made safe for the'world and\
h the docket: $95.00, interest and cost, $27.00. "drive" St. Cloud people will hold a the world saf for democracy.'; ..Osceola -
make a fixed charge after September Science. Miss Maude Cooper. .
'. State, vs. Roland Tompkins; illegal Rull Bass, vs. Georgia Land & 1st.1918, for all new Installation; Latin and French, to.bo. selected. basket picnic near the'' canal tomorrow 'county has. furnished many ,thus:
sale of liquor; continued. Livestock Co. Case settled out of the 5th, at which it I* expected far and many more will go a*the need
also a charge for all change* in location Home Economic, Mis Nellie Mc-
State, v*. P. S. Murphy illegal fishing court. .f telephone Quanta there: will be a large gathering and arises. Don't put them in an 'em.barrasing .

; continued. Baker Linen Co., vs.. 'Arthur E. the; day will be mostenjoyabl. W, position by having to: admit
State, vs. H. W. Weaver, illegal Donegan; continued. $. S. will probably not constitute the that the folk back home did not

sale of liquor; continued. Livingston Ii,Tyson, vs.. C. B. Han. entire program, and will hardly be' do their duty In the matter of purchasing

State,_ v*. Joe Story,, having more sell. ; eontinued.1 ') COMPULSORY DIPPING LAW the whole "menu but talk r.n this i War Saving Stamp .1| s

than one quart of liquor nolle, proseed. Hallet A Davis Piano Co.,vs.JamesA. :subject will be one of the interesting I Thursday September. 12th, being

. . O'Berry, case dismissed to be submitted features of the day. Chairman Bowen designated by the government as registration
State, vs. Henry Savage, selling to' arbitration. belong to the "live wire" cl."nd ..- day under the new draff ,
IS UPHELD BY THE COURTTAVERES
deer. Defendant pleaded not guilty. H. O. Partin, vs. James Long, re- : may be depended upon to produce law will very likely prevent the W. S.
Y'" ,'" The jury found a verdict of guilty. plc in. Case settled. out of court.A. results in anything he is interested S. community gatherings on that

... Defendant sentenced to pay a fine of D. Story, vs.. B. F. Lester, asrumrit in and it is a forefone conclusion that date or at least some' of them. in

!'". $:N(> 0
State, vs. Henry Savage, Belling to be submitted toarbitr.tion. of the law creating the In announcing his decision Judge ,be a success: as will also the house to 'house to house canvases be mad' i?
deer; continued. Ludowlci-Celadon Co., vs. R. D. Bullock said: house canvas that Ws committee is throughout the entire county. Son.
State VII, Henry Savage, selling Waring asvumsit damages, $490.00.( Live Stock SanitaryBoard and pro "This law ha been brought about going to make next week for the additional chairmen have expressed a desire to

deer; continued. Jury brought in a verdict for the Vi.dine. for enforcing compulsory dipping by a character peculiar to Itself. The pledge and purchase of War do this preference to having; the? ;

State v*. Henry Savage selling plaintiff; damages $349.00, interest, of cattle after same has been; people have said this is the law to Saving. Stamp picnic Either: method i* satisfactory ;'

venison; continued. .$122.00., authorized: by a Vote of the people in govern us. If the people of Lake "Sam" Lupfer and his juvenile assistant to me just so an efficient 'effort il

State, v*. R. C. Savage, Mary Savage C. L. Hyat, vs. L. B. Drawdy; con a county was upheld by Judge W. S. !COunty have been such a lot of numbskulls have started "billingKis- made to increase the sale of War.. .'. a
Schley Savage and Robbie Savage tinued. Bullock, of the Fifth judicial circuit, to vote in favor of this proposition simmee with W. S. S. a4vertiai.-'and Savings Stamps. y

trespass; continued. Farris In the circuit court in and for Lake ,submitted to them,do you not will .complete the task this week. No General Pershing's birthday anniversary ...
State, vs. Berry Smith, Labor vs. City of St. Cloud, 'one-need have the excuse that they on September 13th '
vagrancy county, handed down in the A. Sher think it.would be supreme arrogancefor comes ,
.nolle proue ossumsit damages, $400.00; continued man Drawdy case. me to say that you cannot dip did not know anything about the second one day before our campai
State, vs. Sam Story, illegal sale Mr. Drawdy lives in Tampa 'atid these cattle These'men in Lake campaign. The opportunity''to In celebration of this day it,would be ".
of liquor, nolle pro'Bed& Geo. P. Boyce & Co., vs. Graystone .owns a large number of cattle which county who own cattle voted this purchase' War Savings .Stamps is' .a splendid thing to arrange 'some

State, vs. Hamp Bass, driving auto Hotel Co.; continued.W. range in Lake county. Very little attempt The return is wholly irrelevant and open today. All that is neceiwary kind of demonstration and'! '' call It X

while intoxicated. Defendant waived G. Sphaler vs. A. E. Donegan. was made by Mr. Drawdy to without slightest bearing on the writ. It to go to a selling agent and explain Pershing's Day and pledge all those

arraignment and pleaded 'guilty. Sentence fury found a verdict for the plaintiff .comply with the rules and regulationsas The defendant says that he has done how many you want-tljey, will do who participate to support Aemrica's ;

; suspended upon keeping signed I for damages, $175.00. The verdict to regular dipping of cattle in all he reasonably could, but that is the balance. Don't forget that each Commanding General by purchasingWar

.' pledge. as to the costs, were, divided. Lake county according to the statement only his conclusion, when 'you take ,$5 Stamp only cost $4.20 this month. Saving Stamp Suggestion:
.
4. '\ ,. 4 made by the State Live Stock the proof of what other: 'cattle, owner Get. the limit of $1,000 for $840.00 are wanted.In' .

Sanitary Board, which petitioned fora are doing in regular dipping of cattle while you are at it-help to Jceep the the number of War Saving So '.

JACK KEEN DIES BY HIS OWN -writ of mondamaa 'to compel Mr. Hun.'on the run. cieties organized In the United State, ...
. : Drawdy to dip all of his cattle every'ourteen "The wisdom of this* law is the government Dr. Witherspoon. the indomitable Florida i I. in the 44th position. This '

days. of the ..ople by the peoplefor chairman of the Kissimmee districts feature of the work in this county ,'

This being the first case broughtby the 'people. My conclusion I I. that staging a house to house ,canvas nas not received.'the<< attention that it "

HAND AT ORANGE CENTER the board became a test case, and the return sets up nothing. The answer next week, and it goes without saying should havehad on account of the

has been watched with. interest by lack good faith. The motionto that he will do a good job of (t. He -

cattlemen and lawyer in all sectionsof quash the return of the defendantis has ,an active an patriotic committeeREGISTRARS '(Continued on Page 4.)

the state. granted. Peremptory writ will issue ,..
,: Jack Keen, formerly of the Shingle years, those who.have/ been closest to '
I. { The return of the defendant aver- and if the defendant falls to show '
; Creek section of this county, but who him say hi* has been continuous '
agony -
red that the rules and regulations good faith in carrying out the orderof APPOINTED TO r:
: has been living at Orange Center, in and almost unbearable. .
promulgated by the plaintiffs are the court the extreme penalty will
'y, for the past several With all his
; x 1" i; Orange county of suffering, Jack conditions .
not, as applied to_ in'Lake be enforced.
V"".tJ' years, committed suicide by shooting Keen was of nature
a companionable ,
reasonable tobe Following announcement of the decision '
himself in the head with a shotgun and always had of county or practicable SERVE'
happy word
a enforced without injury to the cattle the attorney'for defendant ON SEPTEMBER 1 12
on Wednesday night about 10 o'clock. greeting for'those with whom he
which the
of the defendant and other cattle, asked for a supersede,
Mr. Keen had evidently been con'teanplating came in contact. He wa scrupulously
in said denied. '
coprt
owners county
this step for several day, jhonest' in all his dealings, ,and his \
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and had arranged his business affairs creditor considered him as good as September 12th ha been determin. The local board has appointed the p
'with that end in view. He was in the bank. SELECTS LEAVE FOR THEIR Thursday: E. C. Dusenbury, Foster ed by presidential proclamation as following to act as registration( officers .,

Kissimmee last Tuesday, when he He had a host of friends in Kis SEVERAL TRAINING CAMPS .Newton Fred John Robert and the day on which 13,000,000 men between in the vorkms precinct:

,took all of his paper out of the1' simmee and Osceola county, who FranIf: Brice Nash. the ages of 18 and 46 (both inclusive Kissimmee-Edgar Katz G.C.Livingston

State Bank, where h. had kept them, deeply regret his untimely end. The following selectmen have been James Baker, colored, a deserter ) except those previously registered , J. S. Cadel and Earl Ltipfer. t

(and carried them home an dturned Mr. Keen.had requested that he,be .called to the colors during the past WM sent to Camp Johnston. yesterday under' U. S. army draft er St.. Cloud- C. '. Outlaw, Fred

them over to Mr*. Keen. He left a : buried beside his ta.ther.at. Shingle week under gmard. men of those age now in t.1Hvice. Kenney, S. W.. Porter and C.;Ft Johnoa *- t

_ note stating he intended taking his Creek cemetery, and arrangements Entrained on Wednesday for Camp will.be.required to register for subsequent .< t.

]ife and detailing ]eta plan; for' com have accordingly been made to hold I Jackson, S. C: Aliie Johns Joseph The J. L. Phillip planing mill i* grading and classification. Narcooe.eaFr W. Hill. .-

_ witting the act. ..,. the last obsequies at that place this Crosbie Herbert Harvey. now under the management of A. T. This meaner that. every .man who Deer I'Wk-W. H. Kenrpfer.Lokoeee , :
l; The deceased was About sixty year afternoon at' 4 o'clock.J. Colored: Entrained on Sunday. for SnodgraM, who came here> from St. }has not reached his'46th birthday, -O. 'C.) Miller. ,*t"

old and bad been a great sufferer Camp Johnston r Benjamin Short, J. George,. 8. C. Mr. Snodgrat ,b a and every youth who reaches his 18th WUttlerr-R. W. Phillip. r p

.nearly all boa life from asthma, and B. Somerset of KenamvUle motored H. Loman, Ed. Simonds., Ernest Willifuna. practical lumberman, and it i* ana birthday on that date must register Mutteery'Slnk A. H..Patten,'
this. II presumably the cause of his up to Kisaimmee Monday onbusiness. peeled that the mill Is going' to hum men. who'have previously' registered Campbett-J. K. 5h geltsey.Shingle .' ,

.,rash act. For the past two or't"-a" To'Camp Wheeler: Hntratned on. from now on j.--. yo ..:r.. or those in the, service xerpUd. -, "he.hC. A. Garrett.
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Ic: TWO THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE 'FRIDAY, ,SEPTEMBER 6, 1918 _ r
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f, "TV/fY little girl subject to sudden COLLEGES. WILL BE USED TO JOHN, "
' B. STETSON
lyJL attacks of stomach and bpw.eL. TRAIN BOYS FOR THE ,ARMY, 'LINCOLN HULL,.. Ph.D.,Litt.D.. LL.D., l P.ld.t.UNIVERSITY OaLand. Fla. ...

trouble and Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin .always 1 --. jrrVW I |I" ;tf SEND NOW: FOR A CATALOG. :

General Peyton C. ,March, Chief of material be transferred THE: bRADTJATE! DEPARTMENT-D..reea. of Master of Arts and 8elo .
to unit
I relieves her quickly so she is soon'play':" may a o en cpa,
Staff today approved by order of the in one of the colleges to be prepared I THE! COLLEGE OF* LIBERAL ARTS FOR. MEN-Twenty-one: depart.
; .ing about as usual. I have used Syrup Pepsin Secretary of War, a" plan for the organization to'enter a Central Officers' Training: THE COLLEGE ment In) OF nil LIBERAL' ARTtf FOR- WOMEN-A woman dean and
of a Student Army Train- ,Camp. eeparate' dormitories.
for three years and would not be, without it ting Corps in the educational.. l""tltu- Young men who have had at least: THE COLLED amlnatlon OF, LAW Graduate practice In Florida. without ex. ,C

!now at any price.'* tlons of the country to train men as o high school education will be allow' THE] COLLEGE degree. OF ENGINEERING-.Couries In engineering leading
officers and technical expert in the ed to enter the college for more advanced THE COLLEGE'FOR: TEACHERS: -Kpolally for Florida teacher r .
1 From a letter to Dr. Caldwell written bjrMrs. \ army. The plan foe tlfe Student training. officers and as I THE. COLLEGE Typewriting.OF BUSINESS-Banking, BookkeepingShorthand.. a

(. J... F.I'uuburg Smith 600 Pi.H Virginia. Art.,/I .Army Training Corps as altered to technical experts of various kinds according THE run SCHOOL ACADKMY, OF-Prepare MRCHANIC* for ARTS-For nil high-grade boy col1e.and -.young.. men.

conform to the plans of the War De. to, their experience and abili, THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC-Piano, organ violin, voice harmony: ,' and
partment for lowering the draft ties. chorus work. .
age Those men who show promise THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS.
.
Dr. Caldwell's will utilize the plan," equipment: and under this training will be kept in I SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO .

organization of the college to main- college until qualified to enter Central 1. The Frrllmklmmrr ........ I. Afrtrmltmr*-Botany, Biology, Ontario and '
e 7 ? tain a reservoir of officer. material Officers' Training :Camps \or' togo Inorganic Chemistry: (qualitative and quantitative analysis), Agri
cultural Chemistry Mineralogy Geology etc. '
Pepsin for training from which it will be directly into the'ser'ice' us technical X The Prr-Mrdlral C..r.e-I'hyslelogy. Biology, Anatomy. Bactrrlol.ogy .
Syrup possible to meet the enlarged needs experts. Those who do not will I ,air Hlatology). Qualitative, Zoology and, Botany.Quantitative General Chemistry Chemistry, Physic, Organic Chem
? of the..various branches of the ser bo' sent either to non-commissioned: I&. The roars* (.. Hrltirlena W.rto.e.In Biblical Literature, History
English Psychology, pedagogy, Ethics Logic,. and Thelem. It-it
The Laxative officers' the
:I Perfect vice.The schools or to nearest de-
..' length of time during which, pot Brigade or, in' case they show .
: ... will be -- --- -- - - ,
; men' trained in the college special technical'or mechanical ability -- - ::<
Sold by Druggists Everywhere .
will depend upon the needs of thewrvice. to the detachments where men are I
J:;;0 C. t s. (T"'o) $1 0 0 As fast as one -group of trained' for such work. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA' FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE
.
Size.
o..m. FOR WOMEN
X trained is drawn
., men from the ,college Arrangements will Tie> made for
-.. Military Vrmtmtm Vutrr Army OfSrcra '1'.11...._
.
-- t into the service their places l will transferring from the Depot Brigades Course In Art and Science Agri ESI (IStudenta from '26 Florida. Counculture ..
Constipation a condition to be. guard -against ,from, be.taken:by a new quota obtained by to units of the Student Army and Mechanical, Chemical Engineering Civil. Electrical, Law,, Including ties and 17 Summer States, School HIT-IS. and Total.Short 111

infancy to old age. Dr. CaldwelPs, Syrup Pepsin is as :safe and pleasant for children. as it is effective ,on even aft. In this way' the educational the cantonments, indicate them to be I A. A. MUHPUHBB. President. EDWARD COMHAUl. Prealde.ssaelot.
facilities! of the country will be used officer material but not yet ready to I
the constitution. A trial bottle be obtained
strongest can to maintain a constant supply of'men I enter Central Officer's TraIning .
; free'of charge by writing. Dr.. W. B. Caldwell, who are trained to meet the needs of Camps. Every effort; will be made 'to s --

458 Washington St., MonticelloTill.RUMINATIONS; the army. .1 give every young man who.enters the WHY WINTER TOURISTS
,, I Under the regulations; provided for service: under' this plan, opportunity
the Student Army Training Corps I for the training best suited to his SHOULD GO SOUTH 'EARLY ;
'selected young men who are physically I natural ability and preferences in order wAND
Ii I OF: REX I '' fit for military service who are I to enable him to serve the country SAVE NATION'S COAL ;.
'eigliten. of and
rt years age or over who in the most efficient way.
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have had'a grammar school education I, In each state a campaign 'directorhas
Rex is at present domiciled with allies is Albert's motto, and while ware e I maybe voluntarily' inducted into been appointed to serve as 'A medium Believing that many interests can '. bias and even of meats, which they
his friend S. C. Acree; the: length of not disposed to. dictate public poi. the army and enter into a course of of communication between. the be served that.the nation as a wholj would use would be raised in the immediate
time to which this stay is to continue icy it appears-to me that it would bea special training. Those who have had government and the ,Students Av:uy can be benefited thereby and a great vicinity of their winter
deponent knoweth not but long mistake to take from the- farm sucha a grammar school education, but no Training Corps For Florid\, Rev. saving in fuel eft'ectej'MI'.R.,( It. Wes homes in ,the south. This would also
enough to_erase a portion of the city .man as Albert Acree has proved more will ordinarily enter special' Calvin H. French of Rolling. College, ter, of St. Louis is endeavoring to in- lessen transportation. But above all'
rust and take on what the pure whole- himself 'to be, and throw away this 'training detachments to be trained Winter Park Florida fta been appointed Urest the whole country in the idea else, the strength and stamina 'of
t Home country air is calculated to in- chance of feeding 'Uhe country at;. along mechanical lines xC:: militaryvalue. State Director. lie receives of a heavy movement of tourist travel' these people would be tremendously
,fuse.We large. Albert tit home is a host of These detachments will be. information as it becomes available from the norttf:! and the west to the increased by spending the winter in >>
found the honorable gentleman board; as a soldier, he would be buta 'Icome a part of the Student Army from the War Department and the south this winter. Mr. Wester takes the !south where very much less arti
having gathered an old fashionedcrop single man., lie {is the only male Training Corps and the young men I National Council of Education and the ground that .s Food Administrator ficial heat is needed at any time and
of corn; at least five hundred person except his father on the place' who prove in the-course of their me- he- will gladly answer any, questions Garfield is looking for a. coal then only for a few days, as compared -
? bushels have been deposited in corn with his. wife"two'litt.le children, e chanical training that they are office concerning the campaign. shortage. 100,000,000 tons and la cur with the six or eight months of
a -what shall we call It-not as mother: and four wife and 3 tailing industries and' lessening the severe cold weather in. much of
a..Iitib. girls, -p-p-- ------------------------------------ the.
.t, we understand the term, but a Targe daughter of Mr. Acree to look out of living in Thrn'lldon' where libertyof dos account he is net only paying a supply of fuel for country, clubs and far North and West. '
"' out house built for that purpose. His for and work to maintain, and il conscience is not permitted. God just debt, but he is also 'investing in even for homes, it would be a 'great One great factor in this matter
w .son Albert; assisted by, Lee Lanier, does seem to Rex, that only the very is with us, my fellow countrymen Liberty Bonds with the same money national benefit for many thousands would be the necessity for amplo .
n, keeps the teams moving all day and last extremity should take away from and: in his own good time will displayhis for that's., what the merchant if he of people to get away from the rigorsof transportation facilities. that these
w the rest of the crop on the place which the farm one who can be of so great power to the ending of this cruel is patriotic does,with it, You simplykill northern and western,winters and people might reach the south conveniently -
are too numerous to, find room in a use to his country at home. strife. In the meantime let 'us exercise two birds with one atone. conserve the coal supply by spendingthe and without the severe
correspondent's article the letter to offer winter in the resort states of the hardships of last winter's travel.
display We have one as our every power we posse to for- That the News is not alone in this
amount of work required to make correspondence Is liable to exceed ward the good work. kit can do their ,view of it is evidenced by the recent south. The idea is a good .-one not The intense cold of last :Januaryand
them,, but the'principle of feed the limit. We will take as little space as ,work by act, word or deed. action of associated retail credit men merely from a view of saving fuel, February brought about such

possible.At In the city we are decidedly:under of New York City who are distribut- but for many other reasons. hardships in travel that it would be
eI the Front, Aug. 101918.. the impression that therains fuTniah- ing the following notice among their There are millions of people in this well for people who expect to go
Dear Father: .. and MPther-Well, eda, supply that exceeded; the demand "charge customers:" country who by reason of age* or south for the winter to make their
we are sure enough in the line ,that but in the country our farmers say "At this time, when the United health cannot possibly do any real plans to get away in November or
they fight from at last and after undergoing not; the 'ground; in may low placesare States government is do+' ng its utmost war work in thenorth or west by early in, December,, before the severe
I all. sorts of fool maneuv'ers. wet, the high ground, however to stamp out waste whereever staying home. High and continued weather sets in, and this suggest ,J
\;** eJ Grandpa used to tell us about the which is aelected'for crop raising, is waste exists, it should be one of the heat in their homes for six months or the desirability of the resort hotels' '
\V I dsw I Confederate war, the old musket load is splendid condition.\ '. obligations of the shopping public to more is necessary, for the preserva- of the south opening earlier in the

t' in inne times, and all that.. Well, Mosquitoes are not in,l any way pay its bills promptly. By eo doing tion of their lives. If, these people, season than usual, and widely advertising -
is shoot about nine could prior: to the coming of severe that fact. Tens of thousands
R rr F/ the difference we troublesome; Rex has elept without ''men and women engaged in writing
times before we stuff in more shells bars or anything to otherwise keep dunning letters and other collecting cold weather close their homes and of winter visitors., to the winter resorts -
and prepare to'repeat the dose.'Well: them off and has, not been bothered. work would be released for more important go to the warmer regions of the of the south could, just as :well
we charged the: devils and they fairlyt'run.us..or The Democratic Rooster still sends labor. The saving thus made. south, a vast amount of coal would be go in November as in January if
them did: Someof saved and the health of would they were assured of hotel
most of fourth his shrill/ not of defiance1; to would give the merchant fan opportunity many adequate
them.got turned down, and one of the despotic Kaiser, he wants to tell to invest it in Liberty Bonds' be greatly benefited. Moreover, a facilities and railroad accommoda.'
e
..Re u BA the boys said we ,took about 10,000 our boys the willing sacrifice they'are or subscribe to the Red Cross. very large proportion- of.the vegeta- ,tions.-Manufacturers Record. ,
prisoners. Well I don't know, I sure making to sustain our government is "Unproductive effort must-be elim- "

did not stop to count them. We a display of patriotism worthy the inated. Therefore, it (is the, duty of CAPITALSTOCK TAX.
4 stumbled over a whole lot of them, -heroes of the Revolutionary war,' everyone to co-operate: by prompt Jacksonville Aug. 26.-(Special). FEELING BLUE
could not say how' many. These Huns and that he 1* proud to notice that payment of his bills. Why not be- ''Commenting further on the above
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have been called terrible fighters, our army over there are fighting with gin now!"-Fort Pierce News. subject the Collector. says that the TAKE CALOTABOf
.. but if they*were, the bad ones must an energy will and determination new regulations require every domes-
.. have been knocked out, for these fellows worthy of anything ,that those noblemen For Cramps in the Stomach. tic corporatlonto make a return on -
t' did not fight worth a cent, they could have done. They foughtto it you have ever been doubled up Form 707, regardless of the par value all the medicines in tho world,
just scattered and '''scouted, and we I create that which our army la so with cramps in your stomach you of its capital stock. The'fair average doctors prescribe calomel mot; often
.. :Account sales rendered just settled down i in. their nasty old bravely striving maintain. will be interested in the experienceof value of the stock of a corporation and, depend upon it most universa'ly.: o

by the Florida trench just like a lot of school boys Cattle as a rule are looking well, Charles Henry, Oswego, N. Y.. who and the tax payable thereon shall be There must be a good and sufficient;
: Citrus show tired out after a big play. Then a and al'every future prospect looks says: "About four yrs.agl> when I determined in accordance with the Instructions reason-what is it?
Exchange whole lot of harley blues came over encouraging Rex sees 'no causa for' suffering from cramp in my stomach in the form which providesfor If you will study the doctors' Looks
exactly what fruit was and shook hands with us-, and cut up uneasiness concerning our food Supply and bowels, I used Chamberlain's: a* statement showing the book you wiH find that the medical author- <

sold for when where all kinds of didos, the meaning of We have neglected much, of bur Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy It is. by value of capital stock the market atles prescribe calomel for almout cv 1
which we could only guess and some town gossip etc., but having puoaedthe i far the best medicine of the kind I value of the stock and the value of ery disease. The reason is that calomel .
and to whom sold, and fellows with blazing aJioulder straps correspondents limit, will close, haVe( ever use.d." the stock based on capitalizing the is the greatest and only thorough
the cost of selling it. came along 'and bowed and scraped not but what we have and could say earningsAll system-purifi.p. It makes tha liver '
and tossed their hands and aims till more, but we think we have said BUY A STAMP. of the information called for active drive c out the poisons from
:k A 'specimen account we thought they were going to getup I enough. REX. -- in the Form must be given in every the stomach, bowels and kidneys and

saId and full explanation a fight -among themselves, but Buy a stamp,bur a stamp case. The tax is not upon the' par thereby purifies the. blood. Calomel 1i1:
they did not: Well, by that time, we SIMPLE WASH REMOVES Buy a War Savings Stamp.Ill value of the capital stock but upon puts the entire system in the most .(,f
of the system of were all getting hungry, and as our RINGS FROM UNDER EYES buy one, just for fun, its fair average value for the preced-' ,favorable condition for Nature to exercise ;

handling returns will cooks had sort of a carry around Kissimmee will be Just to lick the Kaiser one. ing fiscal year ending June 30, 1918.A her recruperative power. Your ;
people surprisedhow
be cheerfully exhibitedto cooking stove, etc., witti them, we quickly Lavoptik wash deduction from the total fair doctor will tell you that drugs,merely
eye
... outside of corned pure Ill do better still than you, assist Nature. That is he
were soon getting relieves blood shot eyes and dark value of the capital stock in the sum why pre-
any bona-fide grower beef, potaitoes, bread : and coffee rings. One young man tdho had eye I'll buy two I'll buy two. of $99,000 is allowed and the tax is scribes calomel so often.
who will call at the strong enough to almost walk. You trouble and very unsightly dark rings Wait a. minute Jet me see- fifty cents for each one thousand dollars The new kind of calomel called

offices of the Florida think of a good old dram, and we J just was Lavoptik.relieved His by sister ONE, also WASH removeda with I think I can purchase three. above, that amount. Accordingly Calotabs; ," is refined and purified 'J

put to it for all we were worth. After bad eye strain in three days. A Ill buy four I'll buy four corporations the fair value of whose from all of the nauseating and dan-

., Citrus Exchange in diner, one ,of these StarSpangledBanner mall bottle of Lavoptik is guaranteed Maybe later I'll buy more.I capital stock I is not more than $99- gerous qualities of the old style calomel .,
Tampa, Fla., or on fellows came and spread 'the to benefit EVERY CASE weak, will strive to buy five- 000 are not subject to any tax.: However and is rapidly taking its place,
word around what we had done. He trained or inflamed eyes. Aluminum for it is more effective than the old
for of j
How the sale of stamps does thrive. the purpose avoiding: errors '
FREE. Central _
L. A. HAKES, Mgr. said we had just simply done more Store.eye cup Drug ,' every corporation must file a re (style calomel as a liver cleanser and

Orange., County Citrus than_u__. ....... expected __t lit we had Just to give the Kaiser licks, turn even though the par value of the 'system-purifier. One Calotab at bedtime
SubExchangeOrlando driven the Huns out of their chosen PAY DEBTS FIRST- 111 buy six I'll buy six. fair 'value of its capital stock does with a swallow of water-that's
position, taken ,a whole lot of pris- THEN BUY BONDSA I intend to buy eleven not exceed $99,000. all. No naueea, nor the slightest un "
Fla. oners and tore up their lines generally But today can just buy seven. pleasantness. Next morning .you (1-..VW

r We knew we had shot and triedto Fort Pierce merchant observing YOUR WIFE CAN USE IT. wake up feeling fine-with a hearty
of them out possible Surely I am not too late; appetite for breakfast. Eat
put as many as that certain parties indebted to him .what you
If (
from home and
but we had no idea that we had For some time had purchased Liberty Here's the money I'll buy eight. you are away please-fruits;acids or anything. No
of horses takes the
one colic
eK done anything* like as much as we Bonds, asked this question: : Now we are just doing fine, your restrictions of habit o rdiet.
your wife can treat him if she has -
I have saved enough for nine.
were accused of. "Should a man invest in Liberty Farris' Colic Remedy in the house.It Calotabe are sold only in, original,
Florida ha done her part in this Bonds in sealed packages, price thirty.five .,
preference. to paying his I am ready to buy ten. is easy to use. Just drop it on the ,
struggle and if the people of debts cents. Recommended and guaranteedj"by
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great ,
As I'm the last we'll say: "Amen. horse's tongue and in thirty minutes l''
r' the countries with whom we are united Our answer then and now ta, Pay We are following Hoover's plano he is relieved. Get it today. You druggists everywhere. You mono t"
.would;[ display .the game spirit of the debts first, then Liberty Bonds. $ we can help our Uncle Sam may need it tomorrow.-Waters & ey back if yor are not satisfied.-Adv, '\
patriotism that has been shown by Pay the merchant what you owe And we'll do it more and more Carson Grocery Co.CORRESPONDENTS. .
I our countrymen from Maine to California him and let him Invest the money Till this cruel war Is o'er. OOOOOO.UOO."OO.OOOOOO"O- "
,. it would seem 'the powers of ([you owe him) in Liberty Bonds for -Mrs., Lettie Wetherbee. WANTEDThe 0. -- .,
i the evil Kaiser would soon be over- the money you invest ,in Liberty Te Insure publication all com- O

come;;. Our nation :entering the war Bonds'is his money and not-yours. 'Make'thrift your by-word.. every Gazette community wants a Osceola correspondentin county. 0 0 fags munleatlons must reach and this notices office of before meet* 0P .
to sustain\ a democracy a government Did think about .
you ever jt-that
; noon"Thursdays. .
Send in the
news; Jt will help- the
vxr calculated ,to,create in the'mlnck of way? Well, it's the truth, and there'sno 666 cures headaches, _.,biliousness, .
i the people, freedom of. thought and kind of ,argument.:that: ',will get foss of appetite, and that tired, aching paper the and will keep your section before ...OO..OOOOOO..O.O..OO-
public.
action, should bring them nearer to you away':from it., m feeling' due to malaria or colds.
: T' <6 the, true. worship of God, than that Furthermore, when a man, square Fin. tonic. 32-lOt Save_for.the .cotmtry* sake.A 666 cure by. removing. ,the 82-10t cause..

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"I THE'KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY_'SEPTEMBER _6._1918 ti' \. ''THRO.

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State Bankof Osceola Hardware Co.
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; Kissimmee : IN LONDON Y. M. C. A. EAGLE HUT Located on Kissimmee's t'



The eyes of the worldare I I BUSIEST CORNERQUEENSWARE .


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the whoSAVES In the matter of Queensware we have the goods. The Gold Band r

Y : on man and "Lerwick" patterns are now upon our shelve If you want some- t

... thing distinctive in style and useful wilh l.-*ee our stock. '

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j. Everyone makes great use of their porches this hot weather. We S

.would.be pleased. show you our excellent line of Porch Furniture.

And then to make the thing complete ,we can furnish you with the
fsft
I best galvanized Screen Wire to keep the insects out. ':;
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,t Quite a lot of light gray enameled dishes have just come in. It
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is a new .invoice... and. we will be glad .to show our patrons their good
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P AUSE for a moment, young man, points. :,

and give thought to self. The '
a We'cannot put too much stress upon the value of.oil stoves to

problems that confront you now/ or cook with in the heated season They are SUCH. 'a comfort. Our

stock is complete. :: g
will a few years 'hence.L --

I King George and Queen Mary saw bow, American corn-cakea: were!
about yon-the mea of..affairs Ia country state, aatioa- made and also sampled them. Not only that, 'but they saw how American. .In passing l let us remind you that Schnarr's Insecticide is a sure '

yes, 1 ia Ike world are the mea wke started to save early ia Ufa. fighters 'conquer the delicacy; Here you see royalty emerging from their enough remedy for the white fly; ,

first encounter with the favorite American breakfast would almost :
delight It
They have the, respect and confidence ef the eo.I t7. GASHUM AND SUSETTE. "
seem they were viewing the Marines and Sailors as though wonderingU ,

1\\ Thea leek ea the ether side-at the fellows who spend all,they tills la the food on whichthey grow 'husky. < Gashum flopped down in his chair in the restaurant the other day..

ssaks-they asay have a good time fir a while, bat,what' does their. \ King George missed the best part of the recent pancake f treat at Lon' and in:a dreamy, absent-minded way gave: the following order: x

aeneaaafy reflect?' don Eagle Hut-he didn't, turn 'am personally. Everyone' ,else is doing H Dive me eggs and a itty bitty ham and itty. dink 'o coffee." f

X dollar or .. deposited ia this baak wul be thsaacleas now, putting an extra edge on their appetites by manipulating the flipper, "Ah. cut Out that kid talk'I" exclaimed the blackeyed'waitress., i
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of aa honorable,' independent career. ,The six Y. ,Wp C. A. cake-bakers: were, on the verge of prostration attar "Everybody' knows you've got a baby at your house by the scratches

Make year begianiag aow-today. Year bask serving 0,124 American soldiers and sailors with pancakes in the first, fifteen , on :yer"nose!I" > ;

book will pare the way. days rush on this pet edible, when' a' but secretary had a happy "

I thought lie induced the! pancake fiends not to bake
Capital stock ______________, ____ 100000.00 I only .their own, but HowlyhavyereggsY'n
Resources ..er_-______________________..... 600,000.00 also to demonstrate with the batter and .turner for'their hungry buddies. .
.' ; The idea went big, especially as the "Y"retails. two man's size cakes with

Officers sad Directors : appropriate maple syrup both for sixpence, Osceola
HardwarelCo.r

C. A. CARSON, President .M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY V-P. A Tennessee..boy made a big hit with King George when...the latter

ROMA THOMAS Cashier strode into the room where the royalty was assembled.'
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N. C. BRYAN, N. a CARSON, M.\ KATZ. "They ten me the king .Is here" ,remarked the Tennesseean, "and I
4 C. A. CARSON, II. FLEMING E. LESLEY, want to shake hands with the head of this beautiful country."
J. WADE TUCKER. Directors,
The king gave the Tennessee boy a hearty handshake and. Inquired '
alto the state in America from which he came. .

a -- .. ..-.- - Registration i Notice.. :

C. A. CARSON President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary ..... .
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THE IMPORTANCE OF '

The Waters & Carson MILK IN THE DIET I

The! registration books for enrollment of voters to participate in
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diet and the other the November general election will be open at the'office of the Regis '
No nation, as far as known, has wheat on equal

Grocery CompanyWholesale ever reached or maintained sterling proportions of wheat and skim milk. tration Officer at Kissimmee from Monday, August, 5, 1918, until October

or established virility and leadershipthat The',, first when ;weighed brought up 12th. .
has not ...had in its regular diet; the balance of 55 pounds and the sec- ,
form of animal products; on4 at 165 pounds. This fact '
and Retail Dealers ia the some State- Marketing"-Bureau.- 'It says;Is proven over and over again inperiments ,was ex The precinct, -- registration. books. ,.. will" be" open' In the several. precincts -_ 71.

true, that in China, Japan and other with other animals, guinea from Monday, September 2, until Saturday, October 12. :

:GROCERIESx countries of Asia are people who are pip, rats?. aheep, chickens, etc. It

vegetarians; but in no case are they had been fully shown that a pound of All voters who desire to participate in the general election'in No.

progressive., It was only after.Japan protein from wheat flour, corn meal
and meal not vernber, and who have not been properly,registered heretofore, are notified '
opened its ports and began the use of oat is equal to a pound .
. 1 . . . . . 0WEn8ELL . ... . ., .,. . oils fats and meats that fa took on of protein from milk cottage cheeseor that they must be registered during! these dates. 'The removal
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: WE vigor and nterprise.That Asian peo- butter milk. What applies to animals from one precinct to' another since registering will require changing Athe'iecords
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i. ., ,' ., ' .>1', , ,,! UTI""i. :? vtfl hi. h\\! ple have been able to live without applies to children. ,: ; ( 'I H"d" !''''>II' \" ,,,p
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BAT < :,, \ ... ...i"j\ : : j-,, ,"" '" \ f dairy product. is explained by the Pellagra, a disease found among* , in this, office accordingly ./. -. ,, ;,,' , t" :,/\ ,
,& t'- .," .'HIDES, . fact that they have been large consumers : poor whites and negroes in the Southis '.fI " .' "! "' >' .,' ,.!.' """'0'',._ ,.'' ,.,.'. (

.. GRAIN ,. :',' :'i ... ,.. ..*,<.XWIFURS .\n' ', .. of the actively growing partsof believed to be caused by a faulty :\ ': .i\Z1.j'"i'" r"'E ):'D.: KATZ .', : ::'". U..,

It FERTILIZERS plants, particularly the leaves. diet, made up of corn meal, rice, syrup ; ; :

WOOL '. Food experts who have made ex- pork fat, cabbage turnip greens,

SHINGLES .. .. ) tended experiments have found five sweet potatoes; and coffee,without the SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY,
AND things arenecessary in the diet to necessary balance of milk and butter.
ORANGE BOXES. O .
ALL properly nourish and build the body. i The serious disease known as ''beri- Kissimmee, Florida. y,

ORANGE WRAPS, + . These elements include sufficient : beri, common f in the Orient, is' now

.0 COUNTRY' amounts ef-energy, .heat or fuel food, : believed to be due to the absence of
0 VEGETABLE CRATES of good proteins, of suitable mineral milk, which contains this mysterious
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PRODUCE ,.
CRATE NAILS matter, and two chemical substances clement termed vitamine.The landed at the docks in Okeechobee.
4 0 termed vit mlnes. These are found need of maintaining an ample These steamboat men are well GONFIRMEDTESTIMONY
. 04 0 0 . ... 04 . 0 . . . . . well 'balanced in milk, with the egg supply of good milk and butter is ap known navigators ,of the waters of

coming next. :Milk is now regardedas parent. Oleomargine made from vegetable '
We sell field and garden seed of all kinds. the yard stick of nutritive effi- and animal fats, lack in the Lake Okeechobee and the Kissimmee The Kind Kissimmee Readers CannotDoubt.

Wi give special attention to-fit ting out'hunting: and camping parties. ciency for the' child and young ani proper balance. Even at a price above river and canals and will put the .
; steamer Poinsettia ort a regular run
1 Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. I 12. I Ii.
what we are now paying for milk it -
We for Rood fertilizers. Ask for circular and mal.Wheat to East Beach and Moore Haven during Doan's Pills have stood the
are county agents u* enc.f ? corn, oats and rice may is one of the cheapest and most nec- Kidney .,
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f, on fertilizers. (U. S. Food Admiaistratiea License No. G-22092) contain aU the normal factors of essary ,sources of nourishment. the coming season. test.The
test of time the hardest test
9! 'I - ----- Th milk of is a -
" nutrition and growth but some are % cow or goat supreme .Mrs.\ Klein Recommends Chamberlain's -.
r r BOwes YOUR LIVER either too low in quality or too poorin necessity to the human and of all. .
et\ \. BEST WAR NEWS IN 'TAMPA Liniment
ruuors urn not do COOMB.ciomi.wMck- character to meet the needs of the animal races. In the absence of milk Thousands gratefully testify.
DAILY TIMES. tlto oaly,..l Lfror ClMrmr,(but not Ik* .iclonin* growing* child. The use of bread and eggs are the only comparable substi "I of Chamberlain'sLiniment To quick relict-to lasting rxtmlls.
keep a bottle
tripinc CUom.1 you'""dreaded all your Ui);it<. Kissimmee
readers lunger
i can: no
Ii. The most newel and the best x> cionbncally Combined, with othor cle.n.ing! milk is an old combination food for tute. We must learn to appreciate, in the house at all times,
war doubt the evidence
dun that it will not ck.n.I....or interior with children, but we are just beginningto even with higher prices the need and and have used it for years. It will
: war news, have been the consistent I your work. Known nnd ondoraoo.! by u.-...... learn the full part that milk playsin importance of the dairy industry to relieve rheumatic pains quicker than Its convincing testimony-twice*
policy of the Tampa Daily Times 25s AT DRUS. AND SERUM.STORES. told and well confirmed.
..' the combination. the,nation's welfare. Let us eliminatethe I used. I have also
.. anything
" since the start. M.d by tb makon oll'la./ Chill Tome ever Kissimmee readers should
profit by
r Numerous experiment" with various tick as soon as possible and establish recommended it to neighbors and
my
The Times receives tHe full day and these .
1 experiences.Mrs.
'' kinds of animals have demon- a real cow industry in this friends who have used it successful
of the Associated Press MORE SILOS FOR BEEF- 208 Lake St.
night reports J. L. Seaman. ,
'j don't overlook the
strated' this fact. For example two state. And goatas writes Mrs. N. M. Klein, Chill
\\j over leased wires,. It is 'a fulL me CATTLE BREEDERSA milk ly, Cissimmee, gave the following statement .
fed exclusive of supply.a
pige were one with an a source cothe Mo.
ber of the Newspaper Enterprise .As .... February, 22.1911, say 1 "J hnve
I': sociation and receives ttJe' stom&Vf silo, campaign to increase the Doan's Kidney Pills and have found
,t y. many trained correspondents At the\ number ox. silos on beef-cattle farms CAPT.: B. F, HALL HAS NEW new era .of commercial enterprise TO INSTRUCT FOREIGN- them to be very beneficial and help-
is being ducted by the Bureau ot for Okeechobee ,and ont) in which SPEAKING PEOPLE IN CANNING
STEAMER ON THE BIG LAKE
front. It also prints the best picturesand Animal Industry in co-operation with business interest should en- ful. I bad kidney trouble which causedme
every
maps.; State" authorities and county agents. Boy and girl club members who a lot of annoyance and after using
Few newspapers outside of the lar With more silos more beef cattle can The Okeechobee Call thus describesa courage. speak a foreign language are being Doan's aa directed they broughtme
gest cities equal' it in, the quantity,and be produced' and economically fed new setamer which Capt.: B. F. Hall The steamer "Poinsettia" is the taught by the extension workers of great relief. I feel justified in
quality! of war, news; none prints the during'the'winter. This campaign, and his brother and son have purchased river steamer purchased some months the United States Department of Agriculture recommending his remedy as a med
therefore, has a. direct bearing on increasing to the waters of Lake Ok- ago by Capt. B. F. Hall and his brother and the State agricultural
I news any quicker. the meat supply of the N a- ply Ed, also hU son Edward, who is ,colleges to 'give canning and drying icine of merit"On
r The reading public has been quick tion. The campaign is being given eechobee: demonstrations to foreign-speaking March 26, 1918,..Mrs. Beaman
well known in Okeechobee.
!: to appreciate the Times' splendid' special attention In the Southern "Gee I we were about to get excited people in their communities. These said: "Since ''Doan' Kidney Pills
States, 'particularly in territory take to the tall and uncut but These men have been three or four teachers are being taught in
i news service. It is now one of the and young cured me some years ago of kidney
which has been freed from months at hard work getting the three. must the
most widely read dailies in the State.i iJ recently soon realized there was no danger, teams of They give complaint, I haven't noticed a returnof
cattle-tick quarantine where then"production steamer from Fort Myers to_ Okee : demonstration to the audience first
The Times will be sent to any address cattle the excitement simmered down to a the trouble. My health is fine now
i of beef is on the increase chobee. On account of low water in in English, and then in the foreign
for |6 a :year or 11.50 for. three I -iIndigestion. realization of it being one of the big- the CaloosahatcOtee and the three' language. This is for the purpose of and I am glad to recommend this
+ v months. A subscription to it is the : gest steamers that ever floated in educating the foreign-speaking pea remedy.
and to Okee- mile canal they had to bring her pie in English. It is the a im of the '
best way to keep up with the war. ; these waters, coming I Price 60c at all dealers. Dojt
"A few weeks used make this their home around through the inland water extension workers in the 33 Northernand
34-6t ago I a tattle chobee to port. simply ask for, a kidney remcet
route to tae Fort Lauderdale canal, Western Stat.s to have a trained
of Chamberlain's Tablets when I was The "Foinsettia. team of volunteer members to give Doan's Kidney, Pills-the same that
, y having a bad spell of indigestion.: Say, but there is barely room between and there for three months they have canning* and drying'' demonstrations Mrs. Beaman had. Foster-Milburn.

-For Indigestion Constipation or These tablets strengthened my itomach the sides of the creek for her. keen digging and washing their way I whereever there is sufficient numberof Coy Mfgrs,' Buffalo N,.'Yf

if 'Biliousness t'bottle. of. LAX-FOS and toned up my system. generally. The sides stick away out yonder; my through, and on Monday they: safely foreign-speaking, people to, warrant "
; Just try one 60-cent -
WITH PtPSDi. "A Liquid Digestive ., They are easy to take and most! she's a big one. it. '- Back up those' ,who are offering

Laxative pleasant to take.,, Made and 'effectual," writes Mrs. D. S. l)art, She's a seventy-tonner. TM OukaM.. nat DOM Not Arfsct till Mdlleeaa. their.. all, -Buy. ,War. ,Savings Stamps..
..at IU tool and laxative dect.LAXA.' drove'Tasteless chill Tonicdottnr '
recommended to the public by Paris Hedlelne Skaneatdes, N.,Y Seventy-foot ov.raUyand a twenty-L Tiva BBOMO QU1MINB..better Uum ordimuTOnrnln
: eo..lD&II1Ifactunn of Laxative Bromo foot beam..: *' and doc* not c..*. MTTOMMM not. *the tainUrlnl farm*which an kanamitudb 666 contains .no 'al ohor. arsenic' ,

fir puWneaadGrove's.TstelaatUlTosla( 4 J L' ,Subscribe for the Valley Gasettv.' 'Now... this -marks' the beginning-of look rtncina-tat the-..+IcoMun&. Kmaabn U B.the W.fall paOVB.MBM'.Me.and th blood br the Malaria MMUVJCO.' Prto lOa.J. nor'other polsondus1 drugs. _8Y-tOt.:

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pont Homer J. Tindall, Ira b..st and The training camp system in the
K1SSIMHEE; VALLEY GAZETTE Munroe Thomas.CORNER United States Is modeled on Canadian i

lines, and the system of intensive
:
.....1...... B+cryKlal Fd"F.aF DRUG.STORE WILL training in the art of trench fighting I
Valley Gaa.tle c.-.F i OUT ITS ENTIRE STOCKThe Greatest Sale
BM CLOSE was adopted from th*Canadian training Slaughter
K..I___ ...rI..
J Corner Drug Store began this I camps, where much of the picture. .
W. e. Harris. P..I..tID. was made.
morning ,selling out its stock of drugs
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Q. v. vi acre.qW.ak..e Method )tof bayonet fighting boirtb-
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.. N*. It bud, fixtures, at and below coat a;.4' trench ,
ing, raiding, well routine
as as
will continue the sale until the ent ira '
.._rap".. Rat_. if sold. drilling, which have been found effective
On* Copy, One Year.. ... .... .___t*,00.On stock : by the Canadians have been
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Copy Bl, Month............. 100pn Manager M. )S. May statee that '.a of Drugs Toilet Articles Patent Medicines Etc.
Copy, Tbr.. Monlb...__..... .76 bas purchased a drug store at Miami, universally accepted in the training ,

All communications except, from our.atborlc.d which he will take over October let J camps Lieut.-Odonel of the National William Army here. in History. $15,000.00 Stock to be sold ,
correspondents must b. McBain
und expects to dispose of his stuck
la-ned by lhh. writer. who is for the
I responsible buildingof
AT ACTUAL COST
Rejected m.tterwill not b. returned h"ta between now and that tamp.WOMAN'S .
nleaa called, for. I Camp Val cartier; Quebec, was one

' (Entered In the Poatofnce at Kl..lm1 MISSIONARY SOCIETYThe I of the Canadian officers who extend
.1 .... Florid., ..'aecond-claM matt.r) ed co-operation in the making of the 6
h Beginning Friday September
Woman's Missionary 'Societymet
; |film. The battle scenes are said to
with Mrs. F. C. Bryan on Mon I Ibe the most relastlc ever filmed.\ ,
day, September 3rd.The meeting was ;,I

led by* Mrs Earl Lupfer, and the top"? GET YOUR MONEY READY Articles that you need and use every day at a saving

I lc business was ,state a good missions.social time.After was the enjoyed. :i FOR WAR SAVINGS DRIVE of from 25 to' 50 cents on the dollar. Don't miss, it.

I i (Continued from Page One) Reduce the high cost of living; buy what you need in
t; o lark
WEEKLY. REPORT OF THRIFT OF SALES STAMPS I III. like to .have some one volunteer for this line now and buy Liberty Bonds with the money .-
Pyho
iqS the position of War Savings Society ,

TAT f PRE55 C. Stanford, W. S. S'''__...... 3 I Director for Osceola .county. you save. .

Thrift Stamps, ......___:' .* 4 j Christmas is coming!, Cultivateand

Citizens Bank, W. S. S...__....: 1 encourage the giving of War

; FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 6, 1918 State Bank, W. S., S.____-..-____, 20 J I Savings Stamps as Christmas presents. CORNER DRUG STORE

Central. Drug Store, Thrift...... 4' They are useful as well as or o
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Lawrence Tress Thrift -.. 4'namental.
Since this Tom Camp- ----
paper gave CORNER BROADWAY AND POSSEIL AVE.
bell' gubernatorial candidacY' boost Wenner-Sawyer Co., for I Sanctify your,buying.: When peace

two weeks ago many of the papers In Presbyterian church, 'W.S.S..___ 1 I reigned I in America: we ,could act, on

the state have taken notice and help- Thrift Stamps, .*.----_.._.? 2 personal motives. Those days are no -
I fed Tom to get his name before the l Public School, W. S. S..___..... 8 longs rwith.us. The only motive that Farming;' tool. and Implements. Located -- -

public. Tom Campbell Ids self-made Thrift Stamps, _____.___... 49 'should actuate us is, "Will it help win half each near, balance Kenanavllle terms Price suit.$(,(00 B

'." ,man and what he has got today has j I Woman's Home Guards, W.S.S.12 'II the war?" H. Guy, Kenansvllle, a.to 15-tf

been wade by good honest work. He I, Thrift Stamps, ---_..--_____ 46 \Remember this little jingle: WANTKD-Board for year old girl

would make .a good governor..',il. M. Katz, Thrift Stamps...,..., 20 "Buying Thrift Stamp day by. day during reasonable school .term.Apply Charges Valley muitb Uaiette. The Overland Garage

;. Moore Haven Times A.: S. Gilbert, Thrift Stamps,___.__ 2 Is not a game of chance; -lt-pd.. :

s Osceola Hdw, Co., W. S. S.___.._ 2 It's the quiet way to have,to say FARMERS Send/ today for a free sam
Rissimmee is to have an increase I Thrift Stamps, ._____.._..__. I 6) God bless -,our boys in France." pie copy of the Florida Farmer andtockman
published at Jacksonville.
In their light and water rates. The W. B, Witherspoon, Chairman. D. G. WAGNER, Chairman. Tells about livestock raisins, dairy*
Ina. poultry, citrus fruit and trucking *
8 cent.
present rates are: Lights, per
:, twice a month at fOe per year-
"8. W.; Water, 10 cents per thousand WAGNER FORMS DESIRABLE WOMAN' HOME GUARDS three years for II.00. Only livestock is now under new ,manage
and, In the
general farming;
paper
REAL ESTATE CONNECTION
,gallons. The new rates call for an state. Write today.
AT DAYTONA ENCAMPMENT '
i increase of 25 per cent on light and ment. All work onr all
D. G. Wagner has taken the agency FOR RENT-Furnished rooms orapartnents
? 60 percent, on water \ The'rates in Quite a number of our citizens accompanied for light housekeeping.
for Osceola county of the A. K.::: :Strout
In modern convenient house, close In.
West Palm Beach are: Lights, 15 the members of the Wo- makes of and marine
Farm Agency, incorporated, of New Mrs E. H Wells. Real Rstat. and Insurance cars
', cents per K. W.; Water, 9 to 16 cents York, which is one of the largest real man's Home Guards to Daytona to IIS Mabbette St Phone 14*. ,

per 100 cubic Yeet.-Palm Beach estate concerns in the entire country. attend the State encampment of DWELLINGS Tiller. for rent. Apply to M work done promptly. Eddie ,

Tropfcal Sun.Marshall This company: 'has been doing busi Home Guards held in that city last

t G. W. Overstreet has had 'ness in other states for a long term ,Sunday and Monday FOR at attractive SALE-Second-hand prices. Osceola Ford Motor ears Lancaster is in charge of ;
af but has only recently invaded Kissimmee and St. Cloud were the ("'0,, 107 Broadway .
Broadway years .
q in the
the Palm trees park on
the Florida territory. A central only cities in Florida represented by FOR SALEOne Rmerson Typewriter, the
trimmed and that most beau department.
repair
up, office has been opened in Jacksonvilleand women in the line of march; and these model three, vlnlblp. as good a. new. :! d.F. ,
,tiful of thoroughfares now looks Apply Valley Qa.ette. tf.
were given places of honor and
than local agencies are being establish many.
neater'an dmore beautiful ever. F 8AL.K-MiMlonary' Strawberry
4k Our Broadway has been comparedto in 'every county. The Strout agency k>cia I courtesies were shown Uirm. Nan 100 for tr o., 1000 for 126. .
The women were under'comm nd by Karl M Rchmldt. Klsslmmee Kla.Iendale .
the Praedo in Havana Cuba, reckoned is.a strong believer in printers It.: F. 13. No. 1. 7-it-pd.. H. TYINER Mgr.
of Mrs. E. E. Wells of this and -
the streets in ink, and through this medium has city, ,
among prettiest WOOD WOOD woont-:Ross a rave*'
a itself clientele are all loud in their praises of Daytona
drawn unto a large
the, world, and no one who has seen Wood Yard Phone lit. 17-tf,
aa well as of the Home Guards
of both buyers and sellers.
Praedo the resemblance
the famous delivered
WANTED TO BUY-Cord wood
Such an agency should be of km- throughout the State for their chivalric at Cor. Lake and Brack. streets.
,ia most striking. and courteous treatment of them Charles Andemon 17-SL
O mence advantage in bringing in hotfic
-
seekers and settlers and locating. while in camp. WILL TRADE] or exchange, .city property .
n COURT UPHOLDS TICK ERADICATION for country property or stock 1
them in Florida at this >time. The ladies occupied rooms furnished of any kind. B. C. Miller. t8-tf Be Advised ia Time'
b LAW. them by the people of Daytonaan ;
7 PRECINCT. REGISTRATION 'I dtook thedr meals at the FOR BALE-Stru"b..rr plants. $2 BO
officers'mess. 1000. David Blubaugh, Box tae,
------ per and lay the foundation for jour
Allies of the cattle fever ticks are St Cloud. Fie 17-It.
OFFICERS APPOINTED future Independence by buying
h. losing ground fast in' Florida, the .0 BUY \
OO..OO.. ..OOO.tOOOOOttt.
jour homo now It will make you
latest hope of theirs to fall being the County Supervisor of Registration MANPOWER OF NATION TO t
t DH. J. R. HOLMES' Independent of landlord, a.n-1
f decision :rendered by Honorable W. S. Edgar Katz has .appointedthe following REGISTER ON SEPTEMBER 12 I' Lakeland. .Fiends.Pr.etlee even If you 1>uy' real estate as :1 ;
l.ll Bvr-rery
registration officers to serve i in
i 'Dullock", judge of the Fifth judicial : t !)1_..*. off WOB ... m an Investment only, y a are .
the different precincts of the county. (Continued from Page One) Kxeelle- II..aidal F.rllMleii. '
y circuit, at T Tares last Friday! that The books opened in the county ;0 OtarrtHmltf"' 7-H-tt. lyrhHldic.. 'i reasonably sure oft mtkliglargeijr'b ,
precincts later by mail sufficiently in advance A SIX list M.lsi "' t.A .
the law, providing for enforcement of on September'2nd: j- , that the registration record reaches OfSre ..* R..lde.e. Pmomr IS proflt><.t1"We iw>t have vtlx fa&gita4 a [vnrletY etchoice
the rules and regulations Walter Branson. '0 ||>roperiljpiijT3| hff jj t'the ;
r promulgate. Precinct No. 2, ; the board by September 12.; If a man O... 4000000000000000000 '
eel by the State Live Stock "Sanitary ;,:?Precinct No.,13:,!! ':Owen :Lanierjffiilju\ Jhoa no 'permanent residence ,he is to InvefttlnUlTOMM cubit and N' nnw j
Hoard, :is 'constitutional.'i,!'tfi! ] ''!.Precinct' No. 4, S.t WjPorter,fppfWPrecinct (y register at the place he is on September -fLi.Je. that every] ,por hit r will be'

The vote in favor of the systematictick No.; 5, W. II. Kempfer.; 12 and those out "of the country more than eatlnned* with the
work in Lake ", 'OSCEOLA .qt4 pylce and propel ty. Be.- UB before -
eradication countywas HOTEL
Precinct No. G, Mid Eubanks. ''On that date are required to enroll.. .
overwhelmingly in favor of the Precinct No. 7, H. M. Katz. I,within five days after their return. you purchaie n home.

proposition and the work has been in Precinct No. '8, F. W. Hill. At least 13,000,000 men will place I Will open for the Fall and Winter BREAKER REALTY COMPANYKISSIMMEE

,progress for several months. A.Sher Precinct No.' 9, G. C. Miller. .themselves subject to call for war Season. Sept. 12th.

man Drawdy, formerly of Kissimmee Precinct No. 10, B. G. Hancock. service undtr the new registration Families contemplating spendingthe FLORIDA ,

who lives in Tampa, but owns large is estimated, although those without winter In Kissimmee will find \
bunco, of cattle in Lake county decIded BIRTHDAY PARTY ,
dependents in (good health and other our accommodations. plea and and - --
that he did not think the rules Master Gerald Croxton entertained wise qualified for arduous duties of a home-like. .j

and regulations were reasonable or a n\lmoo-'ef' friend? at a birthday soldier are to be taken first. RATES REASONABLE
enforceable, so the State Live Stock party last Tuesday afternoon. One Youths in their eighteenth year

Sanitary Board petitioned\ Judge But- of the features of the afternoon was !will be placed in a separate- group" MRS. W. H. ARNOLD I

lock for a writ of mandamus to make' a peanut shower. The prizes were. won the war department has announced PROPRIETRESS:

him comply with the rules. Margaret:!\ Dann and Howard Falls. I to be subject to special educational

The court room was crowded with I i The most interesting feature was a ,jirogram and will not be called until

cattle owners who have been syitematically novelty, tea shop, where the childrenwere the supply of other available men in WE BUY 1 '
dipping their stock in an served with sandwiches AM
I candy the new classes are exhausted. This OLD FALSE TEETHWe
attempt to get the-'county' released ice cream, lemonade and cake. Those does not mean that their calling will .

from quarantine this year. The decision present were, Rosalie and Richard be long deferred, .however, inasmuch pay from $2.00 to $35.00 per MASTERGROCER

might mean success or failure Hilton, Leslie Joiner, Marian, Oliver as it has been announced that all men \set (broken lots). We also pay aerial -

.for their work and when the court and Wilhelmina Carson, Herbert and ''In the new registration accepted for value' for Diamonds, old Gold, Y )

announced that the writ would issue, Roy Breaker, Howard and Oswald general service will be under arms Silver and Bridge-work. Send at ) I.

there was general satisfaction among Falls Harry Bert Dale, Earl Lupfer by June 30, 1919. The manpower bill bnce by parcel post and receive cash

those present.The Edgar Woodall, Eleanor Burrows, makes nd specific provision for sep by return mail.MAZER'S ''
cattle owners eay that their Eljzabeth Pim, Robert Mach Margaret i arate classification of eighteen-year TOOTH SPECIALTYDept. cra'

; stock are in much better conditionnow Dann, Richard ''and Gerald Croxton, old boys and the war department X. 2007 So. 5th St. Philadelphia IVE.

than they ever were under tick Clara Ploetz, Virginia and Horace plans for their treatment have been I COME 'TO

infestation nditlns, and with onlya Dann. made on executive initiative. TELL YOU WHERETO '
few more dippings Hhe cattle ticks -
will all.be dead and the,county can "FREEDOM OF THE WORLD"IN NOTICE- -- ; -- A. E. DROUGHT BUY YOUR.

+ be released from quarantine. This VIVID,.WAR' PICTURE Sealed bids will be rcrjMvcil' by the 115 BroadwayReal
Board of County Commisaon! of Csreola \
'ra '
GROCERIES.I
will interesting news to the cattle h owners In Osceola county where the America is now facing the same October wooden bridge 7th 1918 across, on. conelrnrtln Jane. ; orcenswamp ill l Estate and 'InsuranceREPRESENTS I

work is making goOd progress.. conditions in the training her citi For any Information rnga'd- TO MY
Inff construction of sail biljpto, fceo TALKS EVERY
4- faced
soldiers that the Canadians
zen J. J... Overstreet Clerk
WEEK YOU '
COMPANY B HAS FURNISHED back in 1914, when the world war wasyoung. street. All bide as Clerk to be of mailed BOArd.to J. L. Over- The Home Insurance Co. of New WILL BUY YOUR. ..

n 1 CAPTAIN AND 9 LIEUTEN'TSCaptain Few of us realize that among J, U OVEH8TREKT.: GROCERIES FROM MY STORE.
York, the National Fire InsuranceCo.
Clerk BOArd of-County Commissioners,
those first heroic Canadians there
Howard-Katz; who commanded was a large percentage of Americans Osceola- County. Florida: ..., of Hartford,. The Sun, and .or- ..J9

; Company B on the Texas many of whom have since comeback .many other reliable companies. BUYING GROCERIES IS THE BIGGEST JOB IN. EVERY {,". :,

border, and was later dt discharged for from the front line with promo Classified Advertisements HOME.I ;

physidal disabilities, ,has never cease tion and military honors to their
ed to take an interest in the company, credit. AM GOING TO MAKE THIS JOB EASY; POR YOU BY ,,'
WANTED-White cook and ho .e. TELLING YOU
ABOUT
'and has been watching its career The, valiant American Legion of keeper. Apply Valley Gazette 38-tf FOR SALEA THE BEST GROCERY STORE IN

something akin to paternal pride. the Canadian Army is the-'subject ofa AT A BARGAIN PRICE-Underwood) THIS TOWN AND WHY YOU SHOULD TRADE.THERE.

;, Capt. Katz informed the Gazette that tremendous motion picture spectacle quire Typewriter nil Mabbelte In good St..condition. ST-tf Un- Few Choice Young THEY KEEP A BIG FRESH STOCK OP HIGH QUALITY /

1'' nine members of bis former company "For the Freedom of the World," GROCERIES AND SELL FOR LOW PRICES. _
3 have 'won 'commissions since being" which will be shown at the Casino FOR RENT-Nice FurnUbed H..u.e Milk Cows THEY KEEP
J.
Apply to McPhatter. 21-tf THEIR STORE CLEAN AND
transferred to Camp Wheel, and Theater, September 13. In tLls film SANITARY.MY .
FOR SALE)-.Second hand '
{ Ms first lieutenant Lee Jarrell, has the training conditions in the CanaDian Primary aradea and 4th school and books 10th STORE IS ,
trade In high school Mr.. f. J. Duroc Jersey Hogs, all axes
been promoted to captain. are shown during the adventures i
camps Van Dumer, 105 Beaumont Ave./-It
Z Those who' hare received: their of the young American who CHEAP THE CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY'

I commissions since .leaving Klii'mmeeare listed in the CacudUq Army, and FOR cleared BALE-Elcht and under fence acre:;I 11 acre.acres'In

Lieut W. T. Makinson, M. A. Lttf'r a life of tncolse'''fence had his bearing or an a-e grove; fl.OOO worth PHONE 141
of cypress timber on four- W"W.Carson 422 BROADWAY
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Farmer: C. B. 'MeCaugben, Edwardfowton : rnl awakened to the point where oa room hou e and 4k tract.t 1' o 10 Dr. OUT OP TOWN
head of cattle a good bunch of ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAY
k- ? Josh Barber, Marvin Ju- beams> a hero. range bogs IOOM' on the ran re. U I

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1918 t'IVr..
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Henry 'Savage of Whittier' epenl, and) frame of the windshield wb4ch. ...

a t1. INTERESTING AL'EMS I the week in town, held the weight from him as the machine -. 1

F. W. Hill of Narcjooasee, spent turned over. He was considerably

.. ..... ... .. . .oo..... .I L. Y, Bryan of Sanford U spending Monday in the city c [ bruised and shaken up,'as it was,
Jjbut has been able to walk around
the'day'.t'llis place of business, the Julian Monttdoca cc Kenansville,, '
with a cane.PYTHIAN l''
j | Weather Report Bryan(! Cycle Co. visited: the city Monday] .

l.tiss M. C. Bryan arrived home H. H. Hullof. Nacrcoossee, was 'c SISTERS GIVE J
this week front' an extended visit to visitor to.the city Monday., '
I
Following are dally tempera points ,in Tennessee.Ask Leonard WUliame,, of, -Loughman I PARTY FOR THE THOMASESThe

tare and precipitations as reported to hear "Just a Baby's Prayer motored Into the city Monday. home of Mr. and Af,a. L. P.: 4

at KiRSimmee by Government fo- tbe week station end ," on the New Edison. It's wondeir-- G. L. Sullivan of Boggy Creek,;I Farmer was the scene of a very IIIIV nll I I n I II II III II N gll Illlllqullllll

ing Thursday, Sept 5th. ful. Central' Drug Store (spent Monday morning in thecity. : pleasant meeting of the Pythian Sisters + + A419J

Ma:. MIn. Rain W. G. Sphaler, formerly of Taft, John Bai den, school commissioner : Friday evening, in honor of Mr; -

Thursday, _____ 94 ..75Friday '- now, of Statesboro, Ga., was in .the from Kenansville, attended the board and Mrs. Roma Thomas, who, are a-

........ 05 71 :ity Thursday on legal.business. meeting Monday. leaving for their new home in' Georgia .
WHEN reflect that the individual spends third .J his
Saturday, _. 95 71 We spent ten weeks in the North and Mrs. V rna Ellis, soon to fill you average one or
? Mud-nice: Tindall, of Lake Barton,,
Sunday, ______. 93 72 and have clients coming to locate. conferred, with the board of county a ,musical, engagement. her life time in slumber and rest ,for the purpose of renewing strength

Monday, .....,,. :.94 73 List your land with us for'jrooJ ser- sommisrfoner. Monday.C. ; An interesting program of games for the recurrence of the problems of life, it wonld, seem that much care '}

Tuesday. ?___u 95 '71 vice. Nelson Realty Company G., Rose, of Lake-Weir Sand Co.,, I and contests was, arranged for the should be exercised in the selection D of f the means. to this end. . 'I,
'
Wednesday, ..? 92 70 J. M. Truett of Frostproof, arrived was in attendance on the board of evening, then Mrs Thomas and Mrs. It pays mighty well to buy a good mattress while you arc about I:'

'.OtO'OOOOO.D VOODO.O'O'Bom Monday to take B. T. Bryan's place'n :county eommisaioners Monday.Let Ellis were instructed to untangle a' H. Dividends comfort SUM! refreshing rest continue long
,
the Citizens ,Bank Mr. Truett ex- web of cord woven ,about the-rooms.,. ,after the fair and consistent pike Is fMaoUf' L if ;;
on Saturday. August 31st. here demonstrate the superiorityof At the conclusion of their tasks they "
tJ: Mr. and Mrs. Claude JI.arpesa pects to move,his family shortly. the New Edison, "The Phonograph were rewarded by finding daintly decorated Buy the tied\ Cross Mattress and Natiogil Springs ;,

daughter.No Mrs. H. B. Cleckler and family of with a Soul," Central' Drug Store. baskets filled with gifts from They make a splendid.combination.: ,; j
Lakeland have.arrived to make their '
Jr more trouble with your eyes ifyou For Lease- .7000 acre cattle ranch, the members of ,the l lodge. Mr.; Thorn
<* use Lavoptik, BOc, at Central home in Kiasimmee, and are moving near Kjesimmoe, good'buildings and as was also presented with a gift I C. H.. GRANTHAM :
into the residence at 122 Rose avenue.
,Drug Store. plenty'of water and grass,very cheap. from' the lodge as an organization.The . "Tlit Satisfactory 'Si on" :': '"I i
Miss Jeanette Prevatt has returned We have some good property Northto Nelson Realty; Company.. hostesses for ,the evening were, t.

home from a two ,weeks visit with. exchange' for Florida property. r B.: H. Guy returned fast week'from ,Mrs., L. R. Farmer Mrs. II. R. .May, .
See us, \fa may hove lust' what yea Mrs. Geo., W. Overstreet assisted "
"
relative at Leesburg., Hoboken, Ga., where he had been by :
-
wtir.l.= Nelson Realty Company. couple of weeks visiting MJis: Cecelia Overstrcet, served re
,For Rent-Two furnished 'flats, spending a; I ,
with 'modern conveniences. W. B. B. T. Bryan who was employed .in: friend and relatives. He< will return f'shments of Ice cream 'and wafer ..

Harris, Gazette 'office. 38-f. ,the Citizens Bank for about two to Georgia Wednesday for a I Enjoying'thts'delightful' evening, 1
'weeks, left Saturday to'take a position furtiher stay of three weeks. !were, "Mr .and Mrs. Roma Thomas, f
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Story are. spend in the Fidelity Bank of .New Cards have been received within Mr. and Mrs;:L. R. Farmer, Mr., and : LADIES!
,
ing' this week out at Milliard's Island.. ;Smyrna. Mrs. Geo.. W.. Overatreet, ,.lr., and .
the week announcing the safe ---
past ,
guests 'of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Weather-
W. J. S. 'Carr, who is spending the arrival overseas 'of three more Kfcs- ,Mrs. A. M. Story, Mr: snit MM Yf.; -

bee.Good summer at Coronado Beach, arrived simmee soldier boyer, Jennings Pre.. I M. Breaker, Mr. and Mrs;,J A. Barclay ,
80,acres 'of improved land. ;In town Tuesday to look after some vatt, Nat Carson and Bradley Harris. Mr .and MnCW. U: Paulk Mrs w

close to town. Let us tell you about business matter, returning to Coronado -i The former ie' in the remount' service 'Mae' Graves Ellis Mrs. R. S. Floyd, The government It calling OB everybody 'to save '

it:; no 'trouble to answer questions.,* Thursda,./ '.' ,,end the, latter two are in the Mrs.:. Julius Smith, Mrs. ,Mabel Ellis, Gasoline and help win die war, C* 'l ,you hip a

Nel on Realty Company. Dr and Mrs. J. 'P. Getzen,.of Lake- Marine corps. I.Mrs. Elizabeth Waring, Mrs. Ross attention
.J C. Ledbetter, of Thonoto a..., land, motored to 'the city Saturday :Graves, Mrs.\ H. J. Barnes, Mrs. S. .. little by a systematic your grocery
J. J. Farmer who
Mrs.
'was here Monday making arrangements night, bringing with' them the Misses have Rev.been and in a hospital in Atlantafor I.Gardner, Mrs.. R. Glover, Mrs. G. n.i orders? We do Dot want to be. ordered to do .what, ,. ''

to move his family bock to Sanderson, satin< have been .visiting', .. some time, (have left that place I i Prather Mrs. H. R. Dale, Mrs. G. W. we know U right, but just as,, surely 'as we don't
Persons Mrs. J. McCranie Mrs. S.
'XfoMinmee, in order to send his children relatives in South I J. ,
Florida. and are now visiting Mrs Farmer'sbrother mend here we'lId order It U up to I
to echool ,A. Prevatt, Mrs. R. T. Butler, Mrs. our ways .
J. 'C. Griffin and ,family returned J J. Carson, at ,Reynolds, Ga.
George W. Persons, proprietor 'of A. S. Gilbert Mrs. C. Buckles, Mrs. to avoid compulsory delivery service. '
!'art Friday from'a two..weeks visitto Mr. Farmer write sthe Gazette not yon a .
the Dollar Llmit'Store left Saturday H. R. May, Mrs. J. M. Gardner, Dr.
III Americua and Columbus Ga. The to send the to Georgia any
paper '"
%for Baltimore and New York to purchase T. M. Riv.ers. Missea Elizabeth Don- Will You Do It? '
trip was made in an auto without any longer. they. will be home soon., I
,
fall and winter stocks. He expects egan, Jeanette Prevatt, Lucy Buckles .
trouble, either going or coming. Mr. and Mrs. A. .S. Nelson, who and Cecelia Overstreet.GASOL1NELESS 6
to be absent about two weeks.
(-e.rge, A. Martin: 'and family, of ,went to Dallas, Texas, several! weeks
Min M. C. Bryan and Miss Emma TeulIe: Okla., arrival here Saturday.:yigo to visit their son Clyde and Wal- SUNDAY IS

Yowell returned home this week from "living- driven through: in their autouuViie. ter, who' are in the aviation training GENERALLY OSERVED HERE GROCER
Knoxvie|! Tenn., Iwhere hey, have home
ll
returned
r : and are mit11their: Koine camps at that place,
,i. been attending the summer school: 1 in our city. Welcome to them. Sunday. Mr. and Mr Nelson spent (One of the quietest Sabbaths, that

I for teachers at the University of //The ,sweetest music ever heard on some time at their old home, Wichita, has been experienced in Kissimmeefor i ,'

l' Tennessee. the New Edison. You hear it as its Kans., and also visit Kansas City and a number of years, was observed '
r Capt. U, M Breaker received notice rendered. No mechanical sound. other points. Mr. Nelson saw and here last Sunday as a result of* thegovernment's 'c I It,

; last week of the death of Myron B. Let us prove it. Central Drug Store talked with a great many people In I request for a' gasoline- "

r. Kenny, which occured at his home on agents, Edison Phonographs and That: section who are coming to FlorIda ->1 less Sunday. Only a few who, either

j. AugUSt 24th, and resulted from a Records. this winter.D. had not had time 'to adjust; themselves
stroke of paralysis. Mr. Kenney lived to the conditions
A quiet wedding G. Wagner, county chairman of new or
was
ceremony '
in Klssimmee up to about three performed at. the residence of Mr. War Savings Stamps, was notified thought they had sufficient excuses Stock of
I months ago, and has many friends their Complete
for
and Mrs., J. C. Hart on Monday from headquarters in Jacksonville this running cars,-were seen on
J here Who will regret to learn of his the streets. *
K. B. ,
,' afternoon. The contracting parties morning that Major Ferguson
heath. were' Mr. Fred Adamson and Mrs. a veteran of the British army, will Kissimmee Is, thoroughly patriotic,,
Rev. O. B. Falls returned homer arrive ,in Kissimmee next Friday however, and We believe that none of
Zoe. E. Brant, of Detroit, Mich.
Monday from Hickox, Ga., where he mornimg and will be at the service of our citizens want to violate the wish DOUGLASSHigh
Beixrden of Field aviation
? 1 ', bad been holding-. meeting1. He say. Albert DOlT the chairman for that day and night. esof,. the.. government,' and th4
+ ; that notwithstanding 'inclement : camp,near Arcadia, came homen Mr. Wagner has not yet had time to very appearance of doing so' will be

weather he had a good meeting and furlough and spent Sunday and ,. avoided in the future.., Next Sunday
'form hiss' plans, but will? arrangemeetings ,,
a number,of new members were received Monday Albert has with loot1 his considerable mother, and sister.flesh rater, at'which"Major Ferguson it Is confidently predicted, will seethe Top Shoes for Men R i

into the church. Mr. Falls .will : will be asked to speak. use 'of -gasolene confined strictly
since into the service but
fill his regular appointments at the going says to those uses designated as necessary
.,
Winn and daughters, ;
Mrs A. W .
. Baptist church Sunday. ''Jt: is feeling fine ..... by the authorities. -
the Misses Grace and Gussie, returned
S. J.: Triplett, editor of the St,
who with her
Miss Vivian Briggs Monday from a stay of several

Y y', parents spent last :winter in Klsslm-To Cloud Kissimmee'Herald last spent Wednesday.! a few hours Trip saysSt. in weeks in Asheville, N. C., the young; t I PRETTY BIRTHDAY PARTY r f H. STANFORD CO.

ladies for a few days
stopping over :
+ tOne
route. Cloud is going to give the womenof .
visit with relatives in Jacksonville.' of the prettiest parties given
that the franchise elec-
the
city at
Mr.land Mrg. J. L. Spurting. She ;Miss Grace who ia a student in expression : for the little tots this season was that
tion to be held on September 12th,,
states that her p .rents will be on in at the Florida State ,College of August 23, when Mr. and-Mrs. G.
and that the next of St. Cloud
mayor
about a week's time and the family for Women had the advantage while C. Livingston entertained in honor of
will then reside ,here permanently. will be a woman. In Asheville of being under the tute- Gay's fourth, birthday.

Stetson University is in receipt of A distinguished number of Orlando lage of Madam Curry, an, instructorin I From 4 to 6 o'clock the guests {

3 a telegram saying that it has been gentlemen who are in Kissimmee today expression with a national reputation made merry with games on the lavta

accepted by, the government as a is composed of Judge M. C. Rer- ; who is connected with the famous and here refreshments of ice .cream
l This fast 'ell, for twelve years district judgein r
military training school. Boston conservatory.Mr. cones were served with birthday cake
the Canal Zone-IIon. S. S. Griffin,, .
will be of particular interest to those and Mrs. Freeman Meyers, Mr. with its traditional four candles
young men of draft age who wish to former member of the State Legislature -. A, A. Abott and Allen Stockdale, re- Sandwiches and grape punch refreshed
i continue school as long as possibleand and E. R. Bliss registration of.ftcer turned home Saturday night from the mothers who accompanied the

k kl yet get the full army training. i t for Orange county.J. Grand Rapids, Mich. They made the small guests. All the appointments M

; "For the Freedom of the World," W. Wilder received' a letter from trip by auto both ways, leaving herein if the event were in red, white and

the greatest and most timely patriotic his son John yesterday, stating that the early part of July, and wereon blue, and ,the amusing favors were

photoplay ever produced, will be he had arrived safely in England, bit| the road twelve days (going and in the national colors. VAVA tcLWA ,
shown at the Casino Friday next ,in was-not yet located in camp. John received twelve days coming home. The dis- The invited guests included Fred-

connection with the Girls' Patriotic a letter of welcome from King;, ,tance is nearly fifteen hundred miles, rick and Robert Gilbert Lillian Lr

League entertainment. Patriotic songs' George upon his arrival, which: he and though they went one' way and May", Helen Winn, Dorothy Bullock,

will be thrown on the \screen and theaudience enclosed as a souvenir the in' with came back another, Mr. Meyers 'William Pringle, Stanley Gardner,

requested to join in the the aero squardon. states that his;: speedometer registered Freddie 'Mae Bass, Betsey and Cynthia .

singing. Part of,the proceeds go to Botfa Mrs. F. J. Van' Duzer and only seven miles difference. be Carson, Claudia Harper, Joy
I a'A
r the Red Cross. Mrs. Amanda Wemple were 73 years tween going and coming. Makinson, Jackanetta Aultman, Mar:

Miss Grace Nelson left Sunday old yesterday, and the occasion was ion Carson, Jr., Jack Hyatt,. Howard I .

night for Washington, D. C., to accept quietly, celebrated at the home of the THE TUCKERS ENTERTAIN Katz, Jr., Sherley Vans Agnew, Carolyn to come to ;

a position us stenographer in one former, Miss Bertha Twitchell, of St., WEEK-END HOUSE PARTYMr. Griffin, Mary and Virginia Saw \ Our Drug Store

of the government. departments. Miss;Petersburg,being the only guest press yer Dorothy Katz, DeRhetta Alder
Nelson goes to join Misses Etta and ent. Both these ladies are well knownin and Mrs. JU Wade Tucker entertained man and, Robert Francis Evans.1 \ for your Drugs

-. Lucy Witherspoon and Ruth Butler, Kissbnmee and have many friends a weekend home party at --bilious Sfahqnerydnd

h who are already engaged in similar here who) hope they will have a sufficient their palatial suburban home last 666! 32-101 School 1 Supplies '

', work. These young ladies have rented number of birthdays to at least Saturday and Sundey. Their guests fi .

an apartment and are all living round out the century mark.It were, Mr. and Mrs F. H.' Berg, and CHRISTIAN c'IIURC10:00Sunday'Scho01 : ?
Mr. and Mrs. B. Haynes,. of Jacksonville .
together in the. National Capitol. is rumored here that Lieut. Ho- ; tars;
Walter Lee, of Loughman. and :
-
'V Mrs. Nellie Rpgero, has returned mer J. Tindal] has won additional Miss Ethel Hall 'of Kwsimmee. 11:00 Sermon. THE CENTRAL'S NURSE' SAYS:
home from a month's outing in which prestage for Osceola county's acidic 6:45-Y. P. S. C. E.

she combined business with pleasurepurchasing ,- boys and a lot of glory for himself! ] ,, HOWARD ANDERSON HAS 7:30-.Sermon. The sooner you learn to buy all of your Drugs

} her fall stock 'of milinery {by capturing the coveted first h"norlin VERY NARROW ESCAPE Prayer meeting teach Wednesday and Drug'Store things from us. the 'sooner you will ;
A
evening at 7:30. L. A. S. each Thurs
3' while away. She visited Cincinnati, the annual bayonet contest forth .
Ohio, Chattanooga Tenn., and Atlan entire I'Dixie Division. It is said that 'Howard Anderson,--had a very narrow day.Junior be SURE that they are' fresh.

ta and Macon, Ga. At the laetter Lieut. Tlnd ll" ,right arm was brok. escape last Monday morning C,E. each Friday at 9:00a. We carry the DeSota Line of Tablets, Keith's

place she went out to Camp Wheeler en and he received a severe gash, (about si>< o'clock, when an auto, be- .-Young m. Ladies' Circle meets each Paper and Stationery, Inks of the best grade, Pencils -, t
and'saw thoseof the Kissimmee, boys across the cheek while, contesting longing to Mach Bros. which he was '

who have not yet gone overseas with his opponents. driving, skidded and turned completely second Sunday. etc. \
C. W. B.' meets the' first Friday
,Rev H. H. Bowen of St. Cloud, The editor of the Gazette is in re-. over and uprighted itself again, in each month. Our candles will make you smile. Always fresh
f Kissimmee. Mr. of a letter from R. DeWitt; the Orlando road about four miles
: spent Wednesday in ceipt on
,, Church Board meets first Sunday and chilled to the proper temperature. Whitmans
: Bowen is pastor of the M. E. Church Brown, who is spending the sun nee ,north of town. afternoon each month. '

't' 1 in the "Wonder City" and ia one of at hie old home'in Mt. PJeaQ.nt.Ohio,, Mr. Anderson had started to Daytona You are cordially invited to out and Wlleys, none better._, /

,, ;t'', the moat enthusiastic: war workers in 'n which .he! says: "We have had avery to spend Labor Day and came services. from and KNOW It Is right. ..
us
) ; Osceoia county; He is local chair- enjoyable with ,the ex- unexpectedly, upon some cattle! in the 81-tf W. II. Coleman Pastor,, Buy ,

::". man for W. S.. $. in St. Cloud and 'ception ,of a couple of weeks, when, road, which he attempted. to avoid, Central Drug Store b

,:wu{,: \waa ,here to consult with county we nearly clouted, it has been, when the accident happened 'as stated PlIes Core* In 6 to 14 Days -

4" ,, chairman Wagner, and make plans so dry up here that we baven'tveled re above.; The ear"was badly wrecked DracsMs ntmrni moan U PAZO Onmf The Square Deal Place Phone'41 : !
rub
lima beam, and Mr. Anderson's life wasdoubtless .to Blind. BloidkH Pnttradln 'I a,
Itch
for the new War Sayings drive which in roasting ears, ,, to eon or ...
n; begins next ,Monday. J. .......L-.o-J etc as we usually do." saved by the top,of the car. iMtful loManttr eIMiIa'an&nltovM ItehtesrUM>iUieMli., and>a rw. "J'rioa.. .:1 o . 0.00.00 o... r.o..... ','.00." ....o.t._ .., rvy


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IT'a THE KISS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 1918 '




i:; No Slicing J J Why Use Gasolene When? .


,Kerosene Does The Work

chipping nor
NO {, no waste The high cost of gasoline has no terrors for the man who owns a.
) ct bar- when Novo engine Its i kerosene carbureter extracts every atom of power '
soap from this easily obtained, low-cost fuel. .
F Gil A MDMA.
you use
Light in
weight and
..' ,; I Now is the time to save portable,. but built oversize easily in

soup GRANDMA due that.I t1 every part, Novo engines have
; GRANDMA ia Powdered the ability to operate continuously a
1 e i Sonp 'SouJJ.U ready fur the tub. ,over long periods with all
f ""' Measure it out by tlic cixxmCul.Clori the steadiness, ,of steam

to. ', 'US, bubbling, demising
seas jji n ;jl.Ty I -in any kind of I m
vntcr. Clothes \\lnlc .,.
i Wash the Woolen Socks and Just in fragrant auJ sweet .. 'AllCznnrs,::

> Ij Yo\t,Knit with Grandma ** u'IoLII: cut clover.,, 4
There are eleven
sizes 'of Novo engines, .

t. 'GRANDMA'S Powdered Soap 1,2million from one ,to ,adaptedo ,.fifteenhorsepower

.r : of
every
purpose
Your Grocer Has It! [ 1 fillies farm, grove or packing

It H IIlIImitrE house. Also, there .....
'pre hoisting, pumping .
"
eat / spraying/ ,' saw.
.
I
'
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS 1M. Katz and the other from F., Jl. a ing and woodworkingoutfits
: of proven efficiency .
HOLD REGULAR MEETING wson, and were accompanied by .a and low in cost.
I
formidable array of samples. .
I o Ask us to mail
(Continued from, Page One)" The members ,of the board, who, up United States Food Administration Novo Engine you
that'' he could furnish cement to the to this time, had met all comers witha catalog.L. .

t ', county for $3.25 per, barrel, F, O. B. bold front, succumbed to this Insidious = B. Skinner Mfg. Co., State AgentsB.
attack their mental -- .
Jacksonville. This voted and upon capavbilities -.r
was on
'---1-----------------------------. _
carried and, wobbling feebly. in their nnnn .., C. Skinner. Manager

One brick bid was opened from the chairs, protested that this matter was I NEW. WHEAT RULING IN j I A Dunedin
wall vena* ,FloridaState
i Southern Clay Manufacturing Co., of beyond them. It discussed and '
Chattanooga, represented by Mr. W. finally decided that a committee of EFFECT Acenta for Avery Tractors
SEPTEMBER FIRST Maker of "Satlafaetton Guaranteed" Makers of Stephen R.volvlnr -
R Fuller. This offer was $24.00 per disinterested dry goods men should Packing House Machinery. Overhead Irrigation Outfits

(thousand for No. 2 wire cut lug brick. ,meet with the officers.. of. the companyand -
various
Mr.. Fuller pointed out that prices report td the board as to whom, ,New wheat rulings effective September substitutes, conforming to ,
were almost certain to continue to in their opinion, was the beet bidder. lat, condensed in brief' form the proper percentages, and their
rise and the board had better ,take Whereupon! Messrs, II. C. Stanford, are as follows purchase and sale, by retailers is urg.
the brick while they could\ get ,them. Lyles' Story and A. S. Gilbert were 1st. The 50-50 rule is rescinded. ed by the Food Administration. REDHCR055
at the price quoted. appointed.A. 2nd. Twenty per cent of substitutes 11th; In buying corn meal for use '

B. II, Guy moved 600,000 brick be E. Donegan appeared before the must accompany all retail sales in making corn bread, or other like r' Tl",ILI ) < >'
purchased at this price or more, if board and stated that, in his opinion, of pure wheat flour baked products, the corn meal sh ul<
necessary. This was seconded by E. the state and! county taxes on some 3rd. Mixed flours, which will be on be purchased separately and not asa jfiQlNSm OLDESTESTA811S1ffIJ

I* D. Overstreet and passed.An of the property of the St. Cloud 'Development the market, and which: contains twenty substitute for wheat flour. mumfi, HEALING ANTISEPTIC .,$.
offer from the Georgia Engineering Co. for 1917, were too per cent of substitutes.can be sold 12th. No greater margin of profitwill SEED nouse
Co. to sell the county a num, high. lie offered to take any three of without substitutes. be' allowed dealers in handling M FlORIDA
ber of No. 2 brick, now stacked up at : the commissioners over the propertyso 4th. Where mixed: flour, containing mixed: flours or wheat flour 'under pew'IIM- W I
eMS..1f
Peghorn, at $18.00 per thousand. was that they could see for themselvesthat .less than twenty per cent substitutes ,these rulings than was allowed them Ywr ,. !NI A KVKUV reelremedy IMtOI with antitrptte IN FULL end OP heeling HELP. oualUflee.
accepted. it had been assessed at an, excessive is sold, additional substitutes under previous rulings. Retailersare A emucide liniment which ftivee prompt
An offer froth the Alabama Paving valuation Ie stated that the must be sold to make up the twentyper j, allowed from $.80 to $1.20 per. Kf![ relief cular from trouble: achee,II".make..ewollen!newfrTendi aletid daily.*ami all.....

'Co. to contract to build the proposed taxes amounted to about $4,400, and cent. .barrel profit over cost when selling 250 Gen ral5mrr.ac ;

,brick road from the city limits to just he was willing to pay a flat rate of 5th. The authorized substitutesare ,original mill packages" When selling 666'cures Malarial ..I% /a '-
o beyond Libby's Hill, for the cost oft $3,000 and clean it up. Upon the recommendation as follows: Corn meal, corn flour, less than original packages the profit fever. 32-lOt Bro1 KSONVPi5.:FLORIIDA:

the labor:, machinery and tools, plus I of members of the barky flour, kaffir flour, milo /flour, I exacted must ,not be over Ic per ,.,. .'- . -- ..--- .... ; .. -
,fifteen per cent was not consideredby board who were familiar with' the '(elerRa-flour,rice, flour oat flour,peanut pound. bet Your Job Printing from the 'Valley Gazette
the board. property, Mr. Donegan's offer was : flour, bean flour, potato flour! (Note Carefully)
The question of the condition of the accepted; pending the consent of the i buckwheat flour. The ordinary break- Under these rulings. the retailer is .. -- -

road between the St. Cloud railroad comptroller. fiat cereals, such as oat meal, cream not required to buy substitutes from I.
crossing' and Canoe Creek was con- Commissioner B. II. Guy recom- or[ wheat, oat /flakes and rolled oats, the wholesaler or jobber 'nor is the t
sidered. Road Supt. L. R. Farmer mended toot W. R. Godwin, W. II. etc., are not substitutes. wholesaler or Jobber required to sell
stated that he wished to put in a Phillips and John Baisden be appointed 6th. Rye flour may be sold as a substitutes with, wheat flour. How- StrenothenAmericaLost
month's work on this road and repair as Bond Trustees for Special Road substitute in, the proportion of two ever, the retailer is held responsiblefor -
the bridges, and was so instructed. and Bridge District No. 3, and it was. pounds of rye With' three pounds of the sale of substitutes with wheat ...:: ,- -

The board authorized the clerk to ordered. wheat. flour. flour, he having the optional privilegeof
'
a draw. ,warrant for $3,800.00 in favor 7th. Farmers certificates are invalid buying these substitutes to fill his .
of the State Bank of Palatka, to be The Five-Polnted Star. after September 1st. need. The Food Administration has w- .
) paid out of funds now due the Georgia The ancient Greeks used the five. 8th. Baker's bread must contain provided that all mixed flour may be ,

Engineering Co. for road work. pointed star as a symbol-of .health twenty per cent of substitutes. labeIed'"Victory Flour,", but the con,
The ,board also agreed to meet on It still'fulfills this ancient mission! ,as 9th." Consumers may buy flour un- stituent'parts of the flour with ,, the .
the 16th to pay the Lake Weir Sand you will find it imprinted' ;on t'::':'each der these rulings, '.with the > proper proportion of wheat: flour, and substi-j Lost Jobs Not theConsideration- Qnli

Co., for sand, the Southern Mfg.'Co., 'packaige, of Chamberlain's (I.,,Tablets, percentage of substitutes, :' to meet tutee must be'marked plainly,onthe! If.
rfor asphalt and the,i. Osceola Mardi These tablets 1Testored'hundredsto ', their1, I '1 normal"I", u i \ package.: ',For the protection L the ; :.. ,
YRAdministraton ".
'
r ware Co;'for\t tool;;all*these",having health who were af ictid"with'In- 2 10th* TheFood \ public,'the retailer -when selling brok i ,
been used by the Georgia EngineerIng ,digestion, biliousness or constipation has provided for mixed flours to be en lots, or from the'original mill
Co. in the prosecution of the road Give them a trial'when in need of i mixed at the mills and distributed package, is not allowed to re-mix
work on the St. Cloud-Melbourne I such a medicine, and you are certainto through the regular channels of flour, or sell .one brand, of flour from More than half of the world is engaged in the bloodiest war In .
Highway., be pleased with the prompt relief trade. These mixed flours will contain the container of another brand. all history-.and because of it every man has a job probably at the .
'No action was taken_ _un tiv__ the board which they afford. .. _ .-_ _ n highest wages that he ever received. (

lupon a letter from A. E. Drought, Would it be a shame to stop this war and thus throw out of worka ,
who suggested a new survey of the "I have taught the sous-officers at large number of mechanics t"
east line of the city from the northeast the Fort to play baseball so that they Whit though the lives
War of millions of
corner to the lake. in turn could teach their men," writesa Time Sweeteners' men are sacrificed and count
Y.M.C.A. secretary with the French less widows and orphans remain to suffer. Who cares whether cities
The clerk instructed to write
was "I wish I could have are distroyed and treasures' ruined let the '
army had a war go on, for if you stop
Civil Engineer C. E. Wylie, of St.I I Cub or Giant reporter to write 'up "MERICA. has several excellent war time sweet- it. you may create a labor panic! 1
Cloud, about the survey for the proposed -" the first game; It. was funnier thana i
that will be used
eners largely during theBhortai'e
: We are told there 500.000 in the
new Kenansville road. circus. One of the officers, after are prostitutes United States-
The bids for the Home Guards uniforms I batting the ball, ran and picked it up in the sugar supply. mere people than are employed in the wholesale and retal liquor busier
and carried it to the first base with They are maple sugar, syrups, honey and ness as well as in the manufacture of liquor. 1
were opened. One was from him so that the molasses and be used in desserts
opposing team could .LN. may preparing -
..
a'n
These
not 500,000 women furnish enormoiii amount of wok of
him .
put out. They are fascinated and other dishes requiring sweetening. -, '
RED CROSS HEADACHEand with the and all kinds for mechanics: and storekeepers. ''They { \
game, play it whenever When a cup of syrup .or honey is used quire I large unm- "
NEURALGIA REMEDY they, can." to replace a cup of sugar the liquid in the bar of buildings; they buy a great deal of household furniture; thousands
Relieves neuralgia and chronic head recipes should be decreased one-fourth. of drellmaken'are given employment; jewelers are kept busy:
aches. Free from opiates, quickly; No Worms In a Healthy ChildAll One-third of a cupful of sugar is equivalent chauffeurs and druggists are supported and an endles number of 'men
absorbed
and producing immediate children troubled with!
have
worm
re an
lief. Particularly recommended for color which Indicate poor blood,and ai onhealthy a- I to one-thlrd of a cup of honey, about one- and women are employed as electricians, bartenders, chambermaids' ,
headache resulting: from excesses. GROVE rule,there TASTELESS I. more or leap stomach disturbance. half cup of syrup and about one-half cup of corn sugar. ,housekeepers, messenger boys waiters and musicians-and these hon-
This and more than one hundred other chill TONIC given regularly One-fourth of est working people help make this business
of is
for two or three week will enrich the blood. Im- a cup sugar equal to about onehalfcup a success.
Ked Cross sold Remedies and guaranteed and Toilet only Preparations by prove Tonic the digestion to the whole and act.,._a*m.a General Nature Strengthening will then of syrup or one-third cup of corn sugar. One table- If we,destroy the white slave traffic, we would take away the jobs '"

CENTRAL DRUG STORE throw off or dispel the worm*, and the Child will be spoon of sugar is equal to one tablespoon of honey, about of all these workers. Shall we, therefore, continue to encourage the
Ii In perfect health. Pleasant to take. Me!per bottle. one and one-half tablespoons of syrup and one and one- white slays traffic?
.
third tablespoons of corn sugar. What does it whether
matter
our daughters :are sacrificed and
Sugar may be saved by the use of raisins, dates, figs, whether forever -
our sons are ruined-the
main thing is that these
dried pears and fruit pastes used on the breakfast cereals.
Fruit marmalades, butters and jellies should be Used working not lose people their jobs.who are now supporte dby the\white slave traffic should

jetterCropsHeavy to take the place of the ordinary sweetening at a meal and
not as accessories to it. Fruits may be preserved without Same way with the booze business. Everybody knows its effect
sugar. It may be added when sugar is more plentiful. upon those who are engaged in it and upon those who use its product '
Preserving demands this year a thin syrup instead of a -but in the minds of a very considerable number of people the only
yields of high class products are necessary heavy syrup.If consideration is this-how many men will lose their jobs if the booze
to brine a big net profit to the grower. Tie sugar b used one-half of the amount may be replaced business i saboKshed?'

banner record<<: for each result has been held for by another sweetener. Nothing else seems to count. What if 60.000 brewery workers,
the last quarter-century by \ Drying Is a means of preserving ,(without sugar) apples bartenders and waiters and others engaged in the liquor business are
cherries strawberries and ,black sacrified in
caps. every generation in this this country-their entire
I When ready to use they may have added the needed lives destroyed. What'I countless thousands to' working fare
I"* Ideal Fertilizers sugar in the form of a syrup... When sugar is more plentiful sent to the death-chair because of the go liquor jail bu.ine.--Iet and hundreds the
fruit juices may be made into jellies or be
used
.., / may as' traffice in alcohol go on I E
fruit juices with ,or without sugar, as beverages, fruit
Send for oar Free Book en all commercial gelatins and frozen, dessert Have we lone mad? Isn't there anything else besides the purely

crept of Florida; abe our Spray Catalogue. Fresh fruits supply the place of sugar in the diet.They commercial aspect of this business that one mast consider? Do the
Special advice gladly given.I should be used freely.. Pesserts where sugar is scarce bodies and the souls of our loved ODe count for; nothing

may be made of gelatins, junkets, custards, puddings and Isn't it time that we came to oar senses and destroyed fewer .
cakes. ,. the liquor business? '
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Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. f( If you beEetf that the traffic in Alcohol
t wu does more harm -than food-HELP STOP ITT
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av.B.: REPRESENT 'AFRICULTURE IN are.**" "Sayt! Workmen who are O. B. Burnslde. V. Hoyt., 8. W. Kettering 1m lie Ese.4..5 H....,. C, a....... ;,.
Crawford Lee Jarrel
J. W, Harris. and I B. Wyatt. To all Creditors, Legatees Dlstrlbn
CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW OUR SAVED FOOD NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCILAt drawing top notch wages, putting Unless said certificates shall be reodeem.d tees and all persons; havlnir\ Claim I
according law tax deed willissue or Demands against said Estate
in the workin
the requ.ati"ii.e. the money bank and riding to thereon on th. .Un day of Sep. You and each of you are hereby
president, automobiles which they have paid ember.. A. D. Ul' notified, and required resent any'
Of fleet t 4, 5 6L and 7 CitUensuildinfr ALLIES secretary of agriculture has designated (SeaL) J. L. OVERSTRBET. claims, and demands which you or
l anfl FED THE as members ef the National Research for with their own cash are not sighing Clerk Circuit Court Osceola County, either of you may have against the

IIssimmes: Florida, Council Henry S. Graves for tor.the sight or smell' of a'boooe'' Florida. By 8. H. Bullock D. C, state late of of Osooola Henry County C. Brooks, Florida, deceased., to theunderslgaed

.. ester and chief of forest service; Karl joint. They haven't any use for a NOTICE) Or APPLICATION FOR TAX Executrix of said estate,
Kellerman,. associate: chiefs Bureauof DB3BD. within two years from the date .ere"c
Food Administrator Writes Presi- saloon.] Notice t.. hereby given that C. A. Dated August 18. A. o. 1(11.
Zon
DR. W.,W. CARSON Plant Industry and -Raphiael CATHARINE BROOKS,
"R re is the industrial establishment Itraub. purchaser of Tax. CertificateNo.
DENTIST dent America Conserved 141 Chief, forest investigations The National } 81. dated the Tth day of August ...It. Executrix ;
r- Research Council was organized before which a "row of cars A. D. 1(18, and of Tad Certificate No. e

Office over. Pilley Building 000,000 Bushels Wheat. in 1916 at the request of the does not stand throughout the' day, to 141. dated the fth day of July A. L>. NOTICE Or ADMINISTRATOR
Of .. 1111. hat filed said certificate In of. (F. Sisal Dlsebarela '
lo. Hoar: ( 11. 1-I my ) +
F 4Mfea 'Phoae lit Residence 'P"_. II / president by the National Academyof be filled as the evening whistle.blows] floe and has mad application for tax. C.frt ..r ci .tr ....... Mate .<
Oas Administered for Hxtraetle ef Sciences. The president recently with begrimed and overailed work. deed to Issue In accordance with lass. Fiends, Oseeela C_..,..
y Teeth requested the National Academy of Said certificate embrace the follo..ln.de.crlbed .; la *. _t... .f Wtlltasa W_....,..
CREDIT DUE TO WOMEN.Meat to the National men," saya the Seattle Star. property situated In Ocola Notice la hereby given to all whom
Sciences perpetuate County, Florida, : It may concern that on the 10th day
3 LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY.ATLAW Research Council, the duties of which Lots (, 10, 11,1 tf..lt 14 In Section 4, of September, A. D. 1(11 J shall apply
were defined in the executive orderas urove's Tastele chill 1 Tonic and Lot 1 In Section 5, In Township I* to the Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge
and Fat 8hlpm.nte-lnc..d by South. Range I( East, according to the of said Court, aa Judge of Probate, for r
follows: lusU ei vitality sad energy by purifying and enriching . of Park Gardens, the land my final discharge Administrator of
B44oOO,000 Pounds. 'In general, to stimulate-] researchin ;the blood. Yos can won Ml hi 8tr'eGatIaID..tlD. being assessed' at the date-ot.'Issuance the estate of William Weckerly. deceased ur
of said certificate In the name of C. K. and that at the same time I r
Waring Building. the mathematical, physical, and biological ;jj
ulna, .Knee, Price SOe. and 1, L. to I If
Dibble and H. J. Cunningham. ;* will present said Court my final ao
Conservation measure applied by sciences and in the applica counts aa Administrator of said estate,
Vat tion'of these sciences to engineering, Unless said certificate shall be. redeemed -' and ask for their approval. f
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Johnston 0. Oarr.WJOHNSTON the Colt
P. enabled
the American people agriculture, and other useful LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSAN according to law, tax deed will Dated Und ..Aprll1i.SJJh t

A GARRETTATTORNEY.AT.LAW ed States to ship te the.Allied peoplesand i arts, Wlt.h.hecobje of increasing ..1!tem ssutt er thereon, A. D. on 1(11.the 'th day of Sep- l-lamtmo. Administrator.HT.

to our own forces overseas 141- : knowledge, of strengthening the national OHDIKIANrHC.. I J. I* OVBRSTREET.

000,000 bushels of "wheat and 844000.* defense, and of contributing in An ordinance to. Amend "An Ordinance . Clerk Circuit Court of Osceola Count 1 NOTICE) OF ADMINISTRATOR '
omee.. 10,. 11' and 12 CitiMna Baal 000 pounds of meat during the past other ways to the publi; welfare." Relating to the Use of Water 1 Florida. By S. H.. BULLOCK D. 6!. (For .....1 Dlseaarare)

Building valued in all at 1400000000.. and Light. In the City of Klsalmmee, -" --- '--- !. Cewrt mt Crasity -!..**, State .(
r Klaslmmse: ., Fla. year, ( "Florida and RenulatlnKVthe Payment NOTICE TOn CftEt\ITORIi. ......... Oavevla ('....,..
This was accomplished In the, face of a KISSIMMEE MAN HAS Thereforand Providing, the' Methods Court of the County :Judge Osceola la re Estate .f'. Fred. Iteali o'

serious food shortage In,this country. of Furnishing' such Water and LJuhts County, State of Florida.-ln .re Es.tale Notice la hereby given, to all- whomIt .
and THANKSGIVING EVERY DAY to the Citizens and for th.- Collectionof of John M. Lee. ,
bespeaking the wholeheartedness may concern that on fie loth day
Water and Light Bills. To all Creditors, Legatees Dlstrlbu of September A. D. shell applyto -
patriotism with' which the Jllerkanpeople' Bo It ordained by the Council of the tees, 'and having; claimsor the Honorable T. UUlI M. .
have met the food crisis abroad. "Two"-years ago after suffering City -Kluslmmee. I ,. that- the 'Ordlnance demands llarr..a:: estateYou : of said Court aa Judge of Probste, for
of Water
G F Administrator Hoover .In letter with ,stomach trouble I Relating to the Use and each of you are hereby no. my final discharge aa Adirlnlstratorof '
onhisoxEassERjSELLS Food a many years and Lights In the City of KI. lmm..e. titled I and required to present any the estate of Fred diseased
to President Wilson explains how tok a course of Mayr's. 'Wonderful Florida. be Amended to read as. fol- claims an.d demands which you or. 'el'. and that at the same Dealt will present -;
lows: her of
the situation was met.' The voluntary Remedy and haven't been sick 'a day Section 1. That beirlnnlnaupon and ate of John you may M. Lee have, deceased against the late es.of to said Court my final accounts 5
as 'Administrator of said and N
conservation program fostered by the I want including I the let day of September Oaceola' County Florida, to the under ask 'estate
--- since. I can eat anything A.. D. 1s18, all water and lltrhts. furnished signed Executrix for their approval 7 s
of said
estate within
Food Administration enabled the piling and have no pain at all. Three doctors to the citizens of Klsslmmee.whether two years from the date'hereof, Dated' April A.llnd E. DROUGHT., A. n. Kit. "
of the millions of buaho'.s of wheat Individuals, firms or corporations Dated ?
up July list, A. n. 1(18. U.lamm. Administrator.
during 1017-18 and the shipment of had advised operation but your ]m'ohu. be paid for-: according. to It.It DORA a LEE Executrix' }
Accident, and ;has' cured me.. Every dayIs the used, such amounts to ba i
Firea..Life, meat during 1917.18. remedy ascertained by- means of water and NOTICE OK .DM.NI8TltATOn.-FOR NOTICE- FOR.Devartateat PUBLICATION,

The- total value of all food shipments thanksgiving'for me." It is a simple light- meters, at the following rates FINAL. UISCHAItUU."n..0011 ; of t.-. ...e..r. V. S. I. aoraee. .
thousand
Health, Plate Glass Liability -. to Allied destinations amounted harmless preparation tnatre' (1000). A flat gallons rate of used IS cents for all per water u.ed.loe..p..cUve Florida! of Oaceola.County.County.-Ins:Judge State Es of lel& .. at UalaesyUI*, Kla. ,-,Aa .e.

v to 1400000000.. all this food being moves the catarrhal mucuo from the of the amount, with a.minimum tate of D. C. Lei,. '
Boiler charge of One Dollar per Notice Is '\ Notice i Is hereby given that Thomas'A.
and Insurance. hereby given to all whom
bought through .or In collaborationwith end the inflammation monthly. It Fore, of .
Intestinal tract allays month meters to" be read may concern that'on the 4th day of :Orange; Center Fla. who.
Administration. These of Two Dollars on September It Kit. made ''h .::1
the Food all Hec. t. A Deposit February A. D 1110 I shall f
Legal Bonds Executed: are all based on official l reports which causes prrctically and Fifty Cants (ti.60) will be required the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge apply of to stead .JQntry. No., 014081. for NE 4 of,
figures '
stomach, liver and intestinal] ailments; of.1 users of water before sam aid Court aa Judge of Probate, for BHUi, ,Hectlon 18. : \ R.'
and represent food exports for' the will he furnished, which deposit will final discharge as Administratrix of my Range 17 B, Tallahassee Meridian, has a
Same Pay Needed. harvest year that closed June SO, 1918. including appendicitis. One dose will be! refunded to such user upon the dl..- estate of D. C. Lee deceased and thatat the filed notice of Intention' to makeThreeyear
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continuance of the water less such Proof. to establish claimto
money -J. the same time I will
of and fats convince or refunded. Z. the present to said
meats ;
The shipments ; amount as may be due city for Court final accounts the land above described before
(Including meat products.dall')' products Roberson, druggist.W.C.T.U. .. water. All meters to b.. put In at thnexpense of my said estate and ask a. for Admlnlftrarlx their ap- Clerk Circuit Court, atKlsslmmee..
of the city and to be! own..dby Fla., on the 10th day of September.Claimant .
proval.
OFFICE: ]r State Bad Building vegetable oils, etc.,) to Allied' destinations and remain the property of tho Dated July ttth. A. D. .1(18. UI8. .
were as follows: -- city; FLORA B. LEE names as witnesses Ther-.
Sea S. A flat rate of 10 cents per Slem8moNOTICrf Administratrix. on H. Keen of Orange Center Fla.t
Fiscal rear. -17..2,10 ,BOQ.0001bs. kilowatt for all electric current used Ernest H. peen of Orange Center e
Fiscal year 1017.18..8.011.100,000lbs. l COLUMN i for Hunts or other purposes, with a Fla., Ira IS. Keen of Orange Center
:t. minimum charge Of One Dollar per TO CREDITORS. Fla.? W, W.. Allen, of ougbman Fla 9
J. w..mOMPsonFuneral month meters to be read monthly. Motors I. the t.rt ot the Commtr :s..... ROBT W. DAVIS
Increase ... 844,000,000.. may be operated at the above rate O'reola C:...ty." state .f l"' .. ... 8tt Reglster.i,

Our alaughterabldanlmpls at the be- (By MRS. J. M. COCHRANE) or ty-Five at the Cents rate of per One horse Dollar power and; Twen per _un _ __ __ __ __ ___ __ .l

DirectorAND month, at the. option of the user..
ginning of the last fiscal year'were not
appreciably larger than the year be- General Pershing says: ."Banishthe ($10.00)Sec4. will A Deposit he required of Ten of all Dollars users REPORT OF SCHOOL FUNDS

fore and particularly In hogs{ they entire liquor ?.industry from the of electricity before same will be fur I

were probably Joss. The increase la United States; close every saloon, nished.such which user upon deposit the will discontinuanceof be refundedto OSCEOLA COUNTY IT

shipments la due to conservation and every brewery; suppress drinking by the electric current, less such T

LICENSEDfMBALMER the extra weight of animals -added by severe punishment, and the nation amount electricity.aa may'All meters be due to the be Installedand city for Period June
Ending 30th 1918receipts
out farmers. will' suddenly] find itself amazed at its owned by the city or acquired by g
'full effect of these efforts beganto the city If already Installed by the
and Stewart Ay.1tlulmm. The
Store
Chapel
; pff1 envy,- and startled] at the increase user. or users.Sea The following reports of the and dl.bur.ements of the school
bear their best results In the last G. All bills for both water and funds of OSCEOLA COUNTY for the period ending; June 10th 1818 with lbs
... Fla. its labor I 'shall
half of the flncal year when the exports of supply electricity arepayable monthly andIt b..l..nc. and amount of warrants outstanding and a-statement of the assets
Allies 2,133,100,000 not Vo slow' on prohibition, for I same are not paid In full within ten and llHbllltles., and the vaue ..f the school property of the said. Osceola County
to the were
; 4>4> 4> 4)4> 4> 4) t days after presentation of bill or sfructVoi on the 80th d.y'of June 1V8> by the County Board of Public In- ,
pounds, as against 1.200,500,000 poundsIn know what is the greatest foe to my within ten days after such bill or provisions;: >lIo Instruction I. hereby pubu""*<1 ai
bills are mailed by the water andllurht under tho of'chapter'ssil, Laws 0' Florida Acts .f tU5..
year before. of
M.' TILLER the same period of the men, greater even. than the bullets collecter the water and the ERNEST AMOS, Comptroller: ,
This compares with an average of the enemy" electricity or either the water or GENERAL SCHOOL FUNDDepository / >

I 801,000,000 pounds Of total exports for electricity as the case mar be, maybe balance January 1st. 1818. --...._..__.._-_...._..._.._...,_._._. . ) a 1
; Real Estate Agency:. Milk-Drinking Shipyard Worker of : cut oft at the option of the city. Outstanding; warrants January 1.t.- Ula, :-.;.-_-.-....;......?_..... .....1)
half in the
the same years threerearprew.r Seattle Responsible for Over One- ':, without further notice, and the N
M\\N\\\NNNN\N\\NNNNf period. amount of the unpaid bill or bills deducted Net balance, January 1st. 1818, .._.....__.__..._........_._......t41.(1)
t fourth of Ocean Going Tonnage... from the deposit or deposits, RECEIPTS for the Six Months:.
Realty bought and sold.I In cereals and cereal products reduced and the balance of the deposit, If any, FROM' .

Houses rented to term. of cereal bushelsour Milk-drinking 'shipyard workers of refunded to the user. Tax Collector Taxes:,; ....-...-..._.-.-.._.-___._,;._....651,614,16
to Allied destinations have Seattle Are responsible for 26% percent I Sea .. In the event that elther'the Tax Collector. .polls,' ....__.._____ -;. 710.00
Taxes paid and Titles verified shipments water or the electricity la out- oft for Comptroller!: Tax Redemptions and Ra7froa"d"f aiiIII: >!.. 1.510.48
been 1Fiscal of all the ocean going tonnage'! non-payment of bill or bills, a chargeof Comptroller. Int. Commn School Fund, ...__..__,_' 818.00
for non-residents. 1019-17..239,000.000 bushelsFiscal and delivered to the' United : One- Dollar (11.00) 'will be made to Comptroller One Mill Tax,, _._.....!..,'...._.___.._... 1,586.00County {
1 year completed cut In again. In addition to. the .. ..._ ,_ '
Fire life and Accident tar I same Judge HuntingLicense, .- ... ..._., .111.71
: year 191718.340,800,000 bushels States Shipping Board during the payment' of all Indebtedness to the city Interest on Deposits. .___....__.'........_........ ,46.78
turance.Indemnity. .. .. .. For light and water, and the paymentof Flag-ler-Blng-ham Estate, Donation, ,*........!..._... 8,000.00
'- 'j first five months of ims yearDespite the above 'mentioned deposit or de Payment Old Building ,.....................,...._.. 16.00
/I Bond Increase ......... 80,000,000 bushelsOf 1 the fact that this port is 3,000 miles posits aa the casemay bo. Miscellaneous, _..__,__._.__._.......--__.._......... J.'11
these cereals our' shipments of Sea 1. All ordinances, or parts. of Bank. Loans, .____-.--_.-..--...J__.__._._...,_,.._. '.---0.001.863.10
1 ... . ....... . ... ....... j from the steel mills. No shipping ordinances In conflict herewith' are ", .' ) : 'b'- ,.._.' .
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the prime breadstnffs In the fiscal year ] did half hereby repealed. Making; Balancei.. -.-..:..._._..Ai'il.H._.-.!!. 16,036.70
port on the Atlantic ever sojvell In session by unanimous -
] Passed open ,
1017-18 to Allied destinations were: ; nt rwk t '/f
1pc. Wheat 131.000,000 bushels and of rye I as Seattle, though the eastern A. D. vote 1615. this Itth day ',of .August, DISBURSEMENTS EXPENDED FOR for.SCHOOLS the Six 'Month. "tt': !7 x i:;h1": ; ;.') h, ",, e ,
1
18,000,000 bushels, a total of 144,800 yards are almost next door to the SEAL F..H.J. LAW SON;, Salaries of Te.ohers.s-,*+....?......;,...... _....I..U..2. I,)+ ,+
OUR MEATS steel mills. in fact stands. ( ) President of the Council.Approved Purchase of School. LoU. ...__.._.__...___..._....-._..qt -. 80.00 '
ARC weLL KEPT 000 bushels. J Seattle J. R. GILBERT Clerk New Bulldlng-s. ------..___.________.-...-._._..._... T.t14.1'. +. '
1; The* exports to Allied destination the savior of the shipping boards program this tOth- day of August, Repairs to. '
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'' A. D. 1(18. rniture.a
ZUTCHeRSADePT BY' during the fiscal year 1916-17 were: during America's first year of JOHN a CADKL. Mayor. F Apparatus.a .-."...._.. .._._...-__-._" .-.-:_-.,_..._ ..541. y-I.P/, ,

e Wheat 159,100,000 bosheU and rye :the war.. MUk-drinktng Seattle, remote Rent -..-....;...;;;...._..-.-._-...-_-_......-.....- 11'1.14
""' QC? 2,800.000 bushels.'a total of 187,400,000 TEACHERS' EXAMINATION J.nltor. ..._..... ..?_..............._ ......._ .0'.00 .
: In addition aom.,10,000,000 from the steel mills, was setting "" Fuel .___....:.::...._............_._.-...__... 1'.11 f f
,1 I bushels the for the entire world In!/ cargo Notice Is hereby given that the State Free Books. ..___.._ .....-._......._........_-:..- 1.'1. ''
: t bushels ef 1917 wheat are now la port pace Board of Examiners will hold an examination Incidentals for Schools"-._....._..........__.._.... 1'14.1. .y' i
/. I for Allied destinations or ea rotathereto. ship construction, when, 'the old established the High School for teachers'building certificates In Klsslmmee. at- EXPENSE! : OFADMINISTRATION' ...-....;.____.....-....-. 11000.00 I; t

The total shipments to Allied beer-drinkintg ports of the Florida on September 10th, 118, Salary of Superintendent. ...;._..........._ __.. 1.01J.OO .r4; M
countries from our last harvest of, Atlantic coast were waddling.around SS-4t. C. E. TOWBLL Supt. Traveling Expenses of Superintendent _...,,...- I.... '
Per Diem ana Mlles'sre, Members of Board,_...... 178.10 w
wheat will be therefore, about 141.000.- trying to get started. Seattle's] record NOTICR. .',..,.|. iu..s' for Board and Superintendent. _........-. 415.7 __ 1
A BUTCHER WHO 000 .bushels or a total ef 154,000,000 of 26% per cent of all the cargo Notice la hereby given that the Board Printing: Financial Statement, --_--.--_.__.._._..... 40.50
bushels of breadstuffs. In addition of County Commissioners. of Osceola Books, Furniture, etc., not Distributed, --...;.-.._._.. 11.00tl
i KNOWS BIS BUSINESS prim. tonnage delivered to Uncle Sam the County Florida will receive bids up to Interest.. .. ... ........._................_..._...._... '. 9
b to this w. have shipped some 10 a. m. Monday September Xnd J8t!!.. Cannlmr Club. __...__........._..........._...._..._.... 403.18All
10000.000 bushels to neutrals dependent first five month. 'of the year, is the on nine hundred thousand No. 2 wire.cut Other Purposes, ._......__._._.._..._...._.__.._. a.8."1
Is in charge of this market. H. answer to" the argument that ships lug brickalso on No. I repressedonvall Expense of Compulsory Attendance ..._....._...._.. 181.60Allowance
purchases only the finest meats upon u., and we have received brick. Bidders allowed to bid F. E. A., Daytona, ...._........_._....."\ llt.OO 40.I7S.II
some imports from other quarters."This1 cannot be built in "dry" territory, or any part of said amount.

.\, ""',-., and b.nde.them'] in a manner accomplishment of our peopleIn according to the Seattle plants' men all. Board bids. reserves Bids to right be addressed to reject to any J. or L. LeavingBalance.. Nos. 461-and-----------------------------; c.n.olDR.Warrant. 10.0

I, that Insures their' freshness when this matter stands out even more in overalls. Overstreet Clerk Klsslmmee, Florida,

welcome them to home. clearly If we bear In mind that we had SeaL) J. L. OVERSTHEET.rierk Net Balance, June 10. 'iU8. ..._____._._....-?.-.._.. ...71..1
you your "Ice cream venders have followedthe Board County Commissioners.4St Warrants Outstanding; Juno 10.IU8., -..-.::_-__.._.__. 100.00
Our unfailing courtesy and honest available la the -fiscal year' 1A10-1T milk peddlers to Seattle shipbuilding

from net carry-over and as surplusover Depository Balance Jun. SO, 111, _...:............. 4.57S.5
methods appeal to folks 'who believe plants," says 'the Seattle NOTICE.
our normal consumption about Notice Is hereby given that the Board
i. in getting their money's 200,000,000 bushels of wheat which we Times. "The ice cream business of County Commissioners of Osceola '
Tax1
Florida will receive bids up to Recapitulation of Report of Special
County
[ worth of quality goods. were able to export that year without started when one venturesome lunch 10 a. m. Monday. September 2nd 1818.

.. trenching on our home loaf" Mr. .box distributor took a.chance one dayon for the sale of 545.600.00 < per cent se.
Road and Bridge School District Funds. Osceola County .
rial bonds Special
said This last however. the
Hoover year a fiv..gallon'freez r, and now District No. S, maturing at rate of

owing to the large failure of the 1017 shipbuilders at one plant get, away $1,000.00 per annum. Interest payable '
wbe.t'crop. had available from netcarl'o..er seml-annually. Florida June 30th,1918
City Market we with! about fifty gallons of frozen All bids to be addressed to :J. L. ,

only Just about and production our normal and consumption. Imports- cream every day. It Is estimated that pverstreet, CI J kL I WFtE: :tea

Therefore our wheat shipments the shipbuilders'are using about 150 Clerk Board County Commissioners :: ... .. .. :: ::

, to Allied destinations .represent approximately gallons ef ice cream every day to help] 14-It\ ___ .'"" c :w;: u Eti 01'.". ::
,......O.. ........ .. ...4C. ; NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOR TAX 'n-... s ::I :: !: 'e-
savings from our own keep up the energy that is shattering DEED. t'" s Gy M V a .. :Gas s FO.:;: cep'C'

: wheat bread. shipbuilding precedents. Steel construction Notice Is hereby given that I>. A. '" Q. :1.. ... :I.. pA

W. "These figures, however, do not fully men are said to be the heaviest JUS.Bass dated purchaser the 7th of day Tax of Certificate August A.No D S .iq:. "Ad:::r i S.. "ihc.. :Sic.:; .:.: j :I

GRIFFINStaple : convey the volume of the effort 'and consumers'of ice cream 116, has filed said certificate In my office z 8 ti lx H .::. I (,,1-0 ii'... .:.:.

sacrifice made during the past year and has made application for tax. I 21'1.8 }16.00 ,13 ,68 00 00 10.00 085.02 ".11 .0-00 -.fl 'ffi"I +
"With the addition of ice cream to In accordance with law.
deed to Issue IIt.U I.U 339.10 150.00 1.19 4.1G 1..0
> and Fancy by the whole American people. Despite of fare the shipbuilders] Bald certificateCounty embraces the followingdescribed a 1.1'18.1t 511.00 3,034.12 645.26 1.284.11 410.46 86.31 310.95
the ]lunch'bill
; the magnificent effort of our agricultural property altuated In Osceola 5 .110.11 61.19 50.00 5.00 .n u'.U
population In planting much becorne the .heaviest consumers of Florida, to-wlt: Lot S4, Seminole S 1.16 16.10 1.00 .11 16.06
Land .* Inv. Company'a Subdivision -
I 11 Increased acreage In 1917, not only was dairy products in the city. The milk of all except n H of n w tt ofn 1.120.8' -203t1 10,078,81 1.781.115 -8,114,11I -176 1'.oa 40.00 -1.815.77 .
GROCERIES failure In wheat e U of Section Thirty-One (31).
. there a very large demand baa been so heavy some days Township Twenty-Six (6) South, )
ASSETS AND
LIABILITIES
I but also the corn failed ttf mature properly I that the dealers were unable to supply Range Thirty-One (S1) East, the said AVAILABLE ASSETS

I ,' I Free Delivery to all Parts and am our sure corn" Mr.Is our Hoover dominant wrote crop."I in it. It might be supposed that the ice land being of said assessed certificate at the In date the name of Issuance otJ'Uniess'Tald Balance General Cash School In Depository Fund. ________._.__..______.._......11'11..1 .

":' l of the City concluding his report ."that all the cream would take the place of milk ; certificate shall be redeemed Uncollected Tax Taxes DI.trlet.. Including Current Yea. ___.__....._. 1,071.56 '
Special :;:
,I .... millions of our people, agricultural. but the shipbuilders do not look at according to 1..1 tax d'li of,d SejStember. will. Balance Cash In Depository __.__._...._._.._..__.__..__...I.I.1T
\ want both and Issue thereon on the 8tn day Uncollected Ta"e. Including CUrrent Year, 1114.01
i well as urban who have contributed jt that way. They A. D. 1515. ----------- ,

to these results should f..1 a very every noon there is a long' processionof J 1,. OVERSTREET.County Total Available Assets. ...._.__.__._____1.__._______.. 7,1'1. ..
Circuit Court Oscoola /
\ definite satisfaction that In a year of shipbuilders with' a bottle of milk: Clerk Florida. General School Funds LIABILITIES '

Ask Your Grocer* I universal food shortage In the north- in one hand and an ice cream cone NOTICE. Warrants outstanding for current expenses--------------. 100.00
i era hemisphere all of' those people that 8. B. Money due or liability, Incurred on contracts completed 01' uncompleted J.84L'0
I in the other. Notice la hereby given Other Ilabilltles of every kind not otherwise. enumerated and for which -
CertificatesNos. .
Joined together against Germany have "Discontented?" "You wouldn'tthink Story, purchaser. of Tax 4115. 417. .nd no warrants or other evidences of indebtedness ha. been I..u.d.... 111.11
, come through Into sight of the coming .dad the 411 day 44. SPECIAL TAX DISTRICTS
with so!" "Unhappy "They don't 41, 7th of August In.A.. D Warrants outstanding ..-_-_..____-.:....,___..__...__._..:..._,_ '40.50Money
not Only wealth my
d harvest and isle. has filed said certificates due on contracts completed 01' uncompleted _._..__.._" ".n..o
: 4 saloons! Yes for ''-
CHEEMEALS strength full maintained, ,but'wWaCIDl7 ]look its"! "Miss, the office and baa made In accordance application with Other liabilities of every kind not otherwlp.. enumerated. stn, __. ,'' 'I..i

.t temporary periods of hardship I guess they ,do but the more they tax law.. deed Bald to certificates Issue embrace situated the tol-inOsceola Total( -__.._::..___.__.________..:.___..;,-__..-....-:...-.;: 5L7l.6} {
< :"It U difficult to distinguish between mis 'em, .the. better pleased they lowing described.property to-.lta' VALUIII or SCHOOL PROPERTT:i w{ f' e'.. .,1 .'
. Count, ., '
various, sections 'of our people-the 1'1.' No. General: _
,I Ii No. .11 I.ot,71. In Section School Hones' and iota, .:;.. ._.:.;:. .l7s.0i0.13 1
No. 411. .r.- --- --
i COFFEES homes, ,public eating places food TIM"Strong Withstand un neat 01SvannaT U!). Lot h: NO.' 411. Lot n.II. ; N.. 414. School rurDlture. '_-..-..____.____...._ 7.335.54 I

,. trades., nrbaa... agricultural populations Better Tbaa UM Weak Lot U'1; .n tn Section No. 411.. Lo U; ,No. School Appa..tu. __...___-..._....-_-._...._ 1181.00
11 and Ur
in assessing credit for these reultav Lots Lot' 4SS No. 4 1. Lots 110. 111. and Other School Property .-----t'--: ----..-.. 1',170.00 .'
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who ant'teeble and yooajsr people SPECIAL TAX DISTRICTS;, _
OU people of the above
All rr
but no one will deny the domWBant Who weak,will be strengthened sad enabled.. us all In Section *0. South Ranee 20East. School Houses and Lots,. .__________ ,,1..I..f. Ff
Best by Every Test part of the American women.": othnmsh are the.........beat of ssmaMT by Uk- being. In Townahlp-M : School Funltnre. _______...___. ,.- -_ 1,509.81 9.
belay a.a..dre9pectively. school Apparatus.s..aa.e..r._.._......_____"'I.:::.:;' .
.1. s 1.A 1. ..GROVE'S TASTELESSchUlTOmC. ft pst5eesad The aald"lands Other School Property. ........ -. _. J
a'Dau''h more:: earlcaes the blood aa4 bsllds ap ae wfcole sr. at- tho'date of' tho laaisanca .. -''"', 448 tl
hoarder Is Is of B. J
.... Yea eaa aosa Issl .su.laftaal'o of add certificates in the n.m.Mamie. __._. ... T .1.11.
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M6cures 6bm> and fever. 32-10 I forested la getting hU bite than In =iv.ax ....EaIDt. ... A. l'alater A. Z...BaJ'Uaa. Co B. {" .Totj -
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EIGHT ____ __THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1918, 'HP

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Phipps, Lilburn and Leon'Godwin and
Tom McClelland.J. .

Don'rForget To Go ToFloyd9s II, Hargrave.motored over from ANNOUNCEMENT *
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Tampa for the week-end. He was accompanied -
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y home by his wife and
laughter, who (have been spending I have recently made connection as County representative of the E. A.

Cashx,' the past week here' with relatives and Storut Farm Agency Inc, of New York, the oldest and largest Real Estate Agency,
friends. doing. business in many,states for a number of years.

i Gordon Northrup, who has been The facilities of this Company are such as to make it the best channel. for.
spending the summer in Michigan quick; sales; ,we will be glad to list your property.:
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GroceryFor arrived here Saturday afternoon,,
leaving on Monday for his home at Correspondence with any one who may be interested in the purchase of
Tarpon Springs, going ,as far as Florida property is invited; exchanges may also be effected through this agency.

Your Groceries and 'Fresh Meat Tampa with J. H. Hargrove and family. All ..inquiries will receive prompt attention.

As evidence of the fact that Osceola' County is. progressive, our County
p Miss Marian Harman, who has Commissioners have recently authorized distribution of our local newspapersfor
been spending the summer at Greens- a limited time; this will give you valuable information If you are interested
We carry a full line of Fancy burg, "Pa., arrived here on Thursday write me and I will submit your name for the mailing list. _

last ,end is the guest of Miss Ruth In addition to the above, although having retired from the Fire Insurance
s and; Family Groceries, and. Beech, until her.parents arrive about business, I still represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance Company and
October first.SHINGLE. the accident and health Insurance Department of the Ocean Accident & Guarantee

4 you will_. find our delivery Corporation. Both of these companies are of the highest character and business
', CREEK of this nature will receive,careful attention. '


/ service prompt w. L. Moseley and family departed .. G. ,WAGNER '.
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Monday for the enjoyment of a short .,
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1 and efficient., < outing,at Daytona Beach. .Telephone No. 2d Floor Citizens Bank Building kiSSIMMEE FLORIDA
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Mrs.' Ira Keene'and children visited
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/ GET OUR PRICES ON FEED relatives at Orange Center from Saturday '-
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until Monday. '
Ed. Ivey left Tuesday for Tampato from further participation. The boys : "
Phone 176 ; consult further with a specialist "over there" are not through' after Come to Central Southern Florida

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regard to the eerious .condition of taking part in one battle; so with r
We deliver inside the city. We appreciate your orders his eyes. those at home. The first call is juit .s

,I'' II George Overstreet has returned to get you acquainted with the-method -
from Georgia where he* has been for so as to prepare you for all subsequent For A Real J Joyous Winter's Vacation; Save Coal
r the past few months;assisting in the. calls.]] It's your cause, so be

packing houses of that state. ready to do your part. Bills and Enjoy) Fruits and FlowersDoes
Mr. and Mrs: E. L. D. Overstrertitoretl
St. Cloud Department 1 ( : to Orlando Wednesday to ORANGE CENTERMr.
visit Roll Overstreet, who is in a hos-
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any of the following offerings grasses of the country, the shortageof
pital "at that place receiving treatmenL" W. R. Kelley who has been interest you? If 10, lets get buiv and beef and ever; increasing demand
NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" sick the past two wicks, was slightly do 'some business. We will! locate you guarantee continued high prices. Now
BV. OUR "REGULAR CORRESPONDENT Dave Lock and son; Spencer, of 1:;p'-vved at our tatty', report) advantage and here it the place for t the time to get into the oatlleindustry. :
Taft, were visitors at the I. P. Tison Bronson and Miss Nora
Mr. Edgar safe and, profitable investment ,We haVe a good prairie ranch .
home. on Thursday last, Bronson was married a few days ago with fine lake front three miles from
,Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baldwin, of CaJking, Mrs.' J. II. McCarthy, Mrs. II. W; Johnson and C. W.! Garrett, They have the boat. wishes of their Property No. 27.-80 ac e* Rood shipping station land fenced and
Birch Tree, Mo. came In last Wednesday Franklin, Mrs. Claussen, Misses Katie their 'wives
accompanied by were many friends. land, one mile from Railway station, cross-fenced, fair buildings, good
;i for a few ,days to look ups Claussen and Rae Stickney, S. W. visitors at Orlando Tuesday. Mrs. Pearl Holland, accompaniedby where there is a packing house, school grass, never short of water, contains "
their holdings Porter and E Nicholas, motored to Mrs. P: G. Cromartie returned her two children, are now visiting and church, close to fine brick road, 15,000 acres, divided into two parts
v George Bennett left on Monday on Daytona Beach on Sundaylust to attend i home Monday from Haines City, .,t the home of her parents, Mr. and land almost I level, rch productive oil.. will sell all or divide ranch-at $10 per
his bicycle for Apopka, to visit Mr. the state encampment of the where she had been'villit ng at the :Mrs W. R. Kelly. well (fenced and cross-fenced about acre, on favorable terms of payment.
and Mrs. R. G. Widrig- returning home guards, returning to St. Cloud home of her daughter, Mrs. Wm. The school opened here on Monday 35 acres under cultivation, grew a Other lands of same class with no im
here on Wednesday; an Monday Rewis. with Mrs. Mattie Bronson as teacher. fine cop of corn, cotton potatce| provements have sold much higher.
1 P. D. Marine left on Tuesday for Miss Rose McKinzie\ left on Satur- '' Mr. and Mrs. Asa Hansel were Quite a few pupils were present onHe cabbage, velvet beans, cow peas, and This i is worth! investigating. Will sell
iR a motor trip to the east'coast and day for Arcadia, where she will teach Sunday! visitors ft the I. P. Tison opening'day, and more will be ad- various other crops this year., Has a cattle on ranch at market price.
;. Jacksonville, and expects to return first and second year latin in the high hOMe. ac.l: to the school in a short tim five-room house, two porches, nice Have another ranch with cattle and
'' here Saturday.Rev. school. Miss Edith Niswonger, who is Mr, and Mrs. Ivon Roberta, actamponied roses and other pretty ornamental equipment, very fine and good loca- .
.' Bowen and family, Mrs. Bert Mac Arrowsmith, of Tampa, spent teaching school at East Lake, visited by their little daughter, were shrubbery, good water, also 3-room lion, at $100,000, easy terms, less
Gessford, M.... H. D. Jennings, Mrs. the week-end here with his parents, .he' home folks' from Fridaynight recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester tenant house good stables. FOUR than $20 per acre for land with all
Lula Atwood, Misses Jennie Goodwinand tr. and-Mrs. G. F. Arrowsmith. until Sunday. Flint. acres large bearing. orange trees, cattle and ,equipment included. Tins
Bonnie Ricketts. returned Satur Messrs Will Barber and Bert Gess- Misses Milded and Alberta Anderson Mr. J.: J. Keene made a business about one acre of young trees, plenty 's a going concern and making Rood(
day'evening after a delightful week's. ford were among our out of town pew left Monday for a short visit to trip to Tampa the past week. of peaches, and other fruits. This money; owners ha five ,ranches, and
i outing at Daytona Beach. I ,pie who left Monday for Brunswick. Tampa. place sold for.$5000 three years ago must part with some of.them. Tree
: The Christian Endeavor Society Georgia. Mrs. Howard McLaughlin and! children and North the money., Favorable booklet and full particulars to inter
League of the Christian church, helda Dr: Martin; district superintendent, of Kissimmee; are guests at the BARTON LAKERain terms of payment. ested parties. Also have a fine 600
social Tuesday evening on the will lecture in the M E.'Church Friday home of the formers grandparents, '--- ranch bottom lands adjoining .
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prairie
chruch lawn, the purple entertainingthe evening and hold quarterly conference Mr.. and Mrs. Chas. Bronson. is badly needed in this vicinity No. 33 consist of a broom house, ere lake in good community.,
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gold as winners in the contest for on Saturday afternoon, and Mrs. Wm. Knight of Okeechobee, sweet_,potatoes .and oth r crops two porches: two and'onehalf' arras Ve fit out on good ranch ,
new members. will preach at the Methodist church arrived Monday for a short visit at are suffering for want of moisture.Mr. rich land about three. block (!tom properties.can you gj* ,r

Mr.,", D. K. Hall, who has been Sunday morning, and at Brown's the homi of her sister, Mrs. I. H. P. and Mrs. H. II. Hull and familyof High School ha a splendid flc.vi.i/ 1
spending the summer. in Michigan,' Chapped in the afternoon.The BaulknigUt. She returned to her home Narcoos ee; were 'visitors at our well d.pure soft water, best of trucking LAKE VIEW; ,FARM AND GROVE y;
?, returned to his home here last week. M. E. Sunday School will hold I Wednesday, accompanied by her Sunday school. We trust they will land, fine place for chicken andy Located large fake four miles '.
; Mr. and Mrs.. ,Paschal Strode of their picnic at the canal on Thursday, mother, Mrs. Yates. come again.J. :.'.,., ing strawberries;| Price $2500. from Kissimmee on a county, road '
on
!, Massachusetts avenue, who have been autos to be at the church at 8:30 for Remember that next Sunday is the H. Smith spent Monday ia Or- Going with this i is a 14-acre orange some of the best productive lands "
spending the summer at their old i all who can to go. date for the regular monthly preachIng lando on business.Mr go\e four miles from KissTim; in the county very, fine ,hammocks., More
't home In Ohio, arrived here Saturday: Mr. and Mrs S. M. Hunt, who have } services and all should make'an quarter mile from packing house, Ry. '
Thlo4la11 who has been
M. P., than half of ,this land is in the artesian
evening.' : been spending the summer in South (feflfort to attend. It is probable thata confined to his house,with an attackof depot, school and churli.' only; 220 belt, where good flowing wells can be '
Mr. and James Con ands Carolina relatives will yards from brick road about .
Mrs. here ;
:: with ; arrived, series of meetings commenceyvith I measles,'is again'able l to be aboutis ; nne- had. there beipg now three flowing i t
daughter Katherine, and Gordon Nor- Saturday evening., the services of this day, but an- thud of grove bearing balance "
duties.
about 7
wells the .
daily place acres 0 .
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thorp, who .have been spending! the i The Junior Epworth League of nouncement in this regard will be younger trees, good land, small house, 6 ; house stables J:
bearing grove ,
The large mill located on Lake room
saw
summer at Durand, Mich., and visiting Kissimmee, chaperoned by Mrs. Brat made, at the service. 1 grove more valuable; splendid prop- be J'
1 Hart here has for and excellent property, must teen
some cause
at Chicago on their way home, ton, Miss Alberta Hopson ,and Miss Howard Tison, Ethel Bass and near erty, $3500. Will sell together: or to be appreciated. Price $26 SO) r
operation.Mr. per
arrived here by auto on Saturday af Bratton held a most enjoyable picnic ''Ruth Sullivan, were Sunday; visitorsat suspended separate, on favorable' term of pay- favorable of
ternoon. Margaret East Lake. and Mrs., A. D. Story of Boggy acre, terms payment. .
Holsinger, a niece at Hancock grove Thursday even- the Tison home from ment.
s of Mr. and Mrs. Goff, accompanied ing last. i Grandma Bronson has been quite Creek, spent 'Sunday with Mr. and Here i* a ,good combination farm '
them home and to week. Mrs. O. C. M Lean. No. lOT SNYDER PROPERTY; just the right property to develop for
expects to go Mr. Richard Cullison, who has beenon tick during the past 'f
big i This property i is owned
school at Tallahassee this winter. the sick list for so long is able to. Ira Keen has been suffering for Mrs. J. A. McLean, Secretary of Six acres fine trucking land very money.northern
.Misses Lillian Ide and Emma Tyson be on our streets again. some time from a severe attack of Lake'Barton Sunday School, has purchased rich good soil has a fine flowing well, by. a man. "
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who have been speeding\ some- Mrs. Anna Meatyard and daughter rehunratiam, so severe In fact as to the organ originally belongingto three to four crops can be grown on MAIN STREET FARM
time ot Henderaonville, N. C., arrived Ruth Daniels, who have been visiting put him under the care of 'a doctor. the Methodist church of Kissim this land per year. Price, $1500. One
here Wednesday. Mrs. Meatyard's son, T. E. Meatyard, Miss Thelma Woodall of hCi :irn- mee, for the use of' our church and years intensive farming should clear 25 acres good rich deep soil, locat
Dr. J, M. Orasey, wife and daughter and family, at'Mobile, Ala., returned mee was the over Sunday guest of the Sunday School\ here. Mrs. Lane this place; going with it, Pinehurst, ed on Main street way inside of the
i ,. "< Alma, are here from Springfield I home Saturday morning. hed friend Miss Susie Tison. solicited subscriptions for the. purchase a good two-story, house,. two large city: limits, part fine for city residences. .
in., and are pleosant'y located at the Those who enjoyed a dance at the Above all, do not forget the drive of this instrument. room below and two above, 5 closets Dixie Highway. Here is unques-
= Haven. Van Denberg boat house Tuesday for the sale of War Savings Stamps A rousing! good sermon was delivered I large veranda and porch in (front finest tibnably the richest land in the county,
Receiver'' Johnson was a business evening, were, Misses Leila Johnson, which is scheduled] for next week. Be here by Rev. O. B. Falls of place for sleeping porch, place can be divded into two and onehalfacre
caller at Orlando on Thursday last. Emma Murphy, Alma Coble, Iva Mar- ready to do your part when. cal i-d Kiasimmee on ,the Third Sunday of surrounded by pretty spruce pine, farms, on which a good livingcan
Miss Frances Johnson left Mojnday shall, Mrs. Harry Johnson, and Mrs. upon to do so. Don't think because last month, and we expect even a bet delightful, healthful place, has six be made, close to high school and
i for her former home at Dallas Texas. I Lena Bailey, and. Messrs. Dewey you bought a few stam 'during; the tor one on the Third Sunday of this large lots going with the place, plentyroom finest location.: '
Mr*. E. E. Livermore, ,Mrs. Grace Montadoca, Harvey Rtirgan, Joe previous drive__that you are excused) I month. Everybody come. for nice grove, chicken ranch, Come,tee it-and deal direct with the
Most everyone( in. ths entire com- ahd garden; just outside city 'limits owner.
Ii munity,seems to fair within the limIts where taxes are very low; high
of the new manpower bill, and all ground overlooking lake and town; '._ No. 444.-COOK PROPERTY .. i
a to a man, seem to anxiously await valuable property, with so much 45.7 acres quarter mile from city j

.,. the day of registration. ground. Price, $1500. Also 2 lots limits of Kissimmee. close to great
I A ,We regret;that'our esteemed neigh and three-room cottage in Prospect Dixie Highway, good land, county.

bor, Mr. O. C, McLean, has decidedto Pail, addition flowing v/fll, all th>;e road on one side and one end, just the
.', move to Kissimmee in order that properties are clear and'ree from place for a fine dairy and 'chicken
0 their 'daughter, Miss Edith, may at, lebt. owned by one man who will Farm; good land,, owned by nonresident ; "
3 : \; tend high school. The success of our sell on favorable terms of'payment.No. and can be had at its real value.

p Sunday School and Church at this ,easy payments.. ,
s COTOTHERIGHT ? place is due, in'a large measure, to 321, BOWEN FARM. I ,.

the untiring; effort and steady, faithful 278 acres, two miles from good PINE DALE. .
attendance of Mr. 'McLean. We town, on country road and teleponeic 10 acres of good Pine Dale land, .

'financial Institution if want to derive the regret to lose both him and family school on place 200 yards from close to school: improved, cheap, ,.I
you but feel that devotional services will\ 'amuse church quarter of a milo; K'oJ; come let us show you, also have two
y largest benefit from'your Banking affiliation. be strengthened by his presence in land for orange and farming; good acre farm close in and a five acre
{ Kissimmee.. between two large lakes, house of six mproved. We have the goods, let
No Bank can offer you better Service, superior facilities, or resources M.' C. rooms, needs some repairs, store
Loyal L. Lane,Supply Cxv Q. us know what you desire, but come ,,
: capable of caring: for your particular individual! needs than SOT A. E. F., France should be ad- bulding on the place, owned by Ohio see us, and you. will have no cause
s ded to Qsceol county's honor roll. man. who will sell on very favorable. for regret. ''"
t the Citizen Bank of Kissimmee. term' $40 per acre. :

? Viewed from every angle, this i is the RIGHT Bank for the ODe METHODIST C1f IURCIL We' have an 80 acre farm with .
6iW Preaching Sunday at 11 a. m. and N. 333-Ranch Property large bearing! oran' trees at snap ':
5lt I : I tt who desire courteous,treatment,and personal advantage. I 7:30 p. m.Morning. -This i is the stock mans paradise, price. Let us tell you about it., Best y
subject; "The Fellowship cattle: require no feed except natural or References. ,1.1;
iW, et 4 We will be glad to consider your requirements.1 ,of Faith."

I..,Fault Evening Finding subject" "The Duty of I NELSON: REALTY CO. .

Citizens Bank Prayer meeting Wednesday evening ,
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t at nUMsrTMCUCf a WS.S. 'Mrs Mchatter'leaderPreaching KISSIMMEE ''

at Shingle Creek Sunday i FLORIDA .
.1 OF KISSIMMEE "tin"p55 'IMOIITAMn at\8:30 p in., and every evening/
UBBSWTOtVMTTCD STATE' during:th* week' at .,:a') p. .... All '
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