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 20, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00873
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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/ held In Jacksonville )last.:'Mon-I The'' Tiroes-Union! ;\ot.Tuesday"' ih&n ., and Mii':., William M.; ;::0vanV ''of.'No; M"of"a bale of cotton"grown'in: Oscaala. September c, operfng: of the. :.puMt. :"cnoote, playorefand Bert; Wells,,'accepted! by "

: y'a.d-'Tue.daywasttenied:; .by. d,the following reference .tothe, 110 .str. .A "ta"Ie., ,;'of, the ;safe county,;which e healed in' hi* viral .ter.:st usually, Ularks the' M- the .toa.n a* the;best all-round task!.
ofAl football. ami Mew ....:'pr'lIIa" here; alt :
roeenUtlve, men and women from (pp.ning.ot-th. campaign, token from arrival ovtroeas of,Miss .Margaret, f, bnaflc to the gin over two weeks 'ago. are following.
;. :]* 'v v' " -- tut state champion of '
the interest ,manifested been .Tin Evansl} JJ A:, th% county !In manyy'e.ri. Florida. CarlyleBroev
'ttMt the 'people,of the sUta, are ,..ta1.- the: work ,_sins: ,the, beginni. fg:. bf. !>Miss Margaret Evans 1 Is''A'gndof"Hilhsbbrougtt' .u 4tr.; Funk ii enthusiastic over;> they'sre.that, called,the, "Cow assembled Punchera' ,,," a* seta,'',who tetjgfct:in eveiF'. battle'latt,
.'./ ?:concerned about the al'-.nd'N:= experiment early tin s year and Gerald Kfoara. a plucky so*.
.oc. : the. War. fclgh;, school, aid"WesloyanCollege *< this season. He planted .1
jHgious.' welfare.' ,our:: soldiers. .now Campsljra, 'l ausjched.Gypiy .- /x con;:Gal, and of six 'acres. In,cotton-some of which will ..Auptc.rounet, 1Ionor,''.and, up. thai much coveted .. ire M....G..A. ..*,;-and .' ..'...,WUeon,.
Jn training and ,.t the Tront' tho W ley"M mortaH' ? ? AtlAnta make ,with r month's ant n. a sUqnofc: line Man, I.i a atodant. 'at
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.. : Smith,, at%,the main'meetb g e- : : ( pRa more 'two" bales 'to the sive tralntn&,,'to' their credit "ire' "' .. --
C, The;, object, of the 'conf rence', was last""'evening. 'practically' launched the< .,Gal She Volunteered as a Red acre. He.'nsed a small quantity 'offertiliser fully now Stetson.. ..
,to launch;.a campaign''to..r"l.e.'l70,- 'united'war':work,campaign"In"..Florida roN aune.Sndt'; redoeats?,month* ,on a portion of, his crop.hat ,which JUcI7'has the o'featup any; ''tomrn ,Th. gap 'made. Jn tM''tiam'h'ebeen ' '
g 00/)00) tocarry-on:, ,tiie.welfare work ,: .He:stressed the'necestityof, co-" in the border-dr ring. the trouble' wbhJtbe Urget' part Of it was grown with- challenge; foe a'tormerUy to' accept a well 'filled 'however, and ,ln,:
.. : which it :ro weH being-;done;:by' the operitlon.nd'said that he hoped tha M xico.: < ,She 1 Iq now at Bas 'HoftpHud oot Nfert1Userc He ,thinks, at present Captain: Bullock, scrap, on the gridiron. plaft, f R.gerow.'bari; : :MosooeKobt
: seven organieations which.are 1 No '43,A.E 'F ;' cotton to"wholD:1a:: due er oncwho; comesiwiaK, experieooe'as; .
I ; work-j one of'there.nlti, : of' the"war would ; ;;somewhere- 'nt ne; pries Is'one of the most much of the '
..' Ing hand in-hand'for the'comfort 'and' be.-'tile: sweeping' aslds of Sectariandifferences. Bh.JVI'IW'the) trip .over wee'delightfuland .fpro4table{ crop that 'can'' be.prodycedI record:- creditor the splendid left;:'half;'at Porter's' Military, .....
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madV.oy"; tits
-upuft'.ot: tn *' that : team'Iaetye.r I my; .'Roberson I.' an- all-ronnd
the ,men. : ; g the;%trmi;and -r /-* she pleasantly located I. good-
j- rnavy.t: . in n/At piling up;a'scors'otLeo:as agal+d player and' l.::a ,wonderful. .apeeeV.d .
"In the'ibree 'reuw\'t haye been 4ne'of"-tbe'iuontjBrt oUT tWn !*wginabla -I I'' / >out forty.or fifty'years' cot- >-
: welfareorgagieattonawhich'.willbe : '' '":-on ago. ; 3C::.scored on'i; !will,, again1'lead ,tW ,loper';'''The' ........ .
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seven' tte-froatt,- noVone'man bos asked me' .With."a |>erfectiyi:>r ndeif.*'t"tenfwas extensively grown, "in" this"section Bsaera
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1" represented In 1ih.'cam- what;church I belong to.? Smith'said.rjt : view;..from 'thejhospitalr; Parks'end* of .Florida,,but-'on account-of ,team... t Is,;an ..ideal'aptain, )a*;an open fteld,"tunas' ;.trill''be: safe

''p&lirC<ow"*working :, i b need;;:not lireeaVTwtth: ;the"boysonjtLthere 1 ..rd. are evywher.'sbe.tates +.a tike scarcity of labor;land low'price 'ofthe'"staple fast cool.,f headed three, "and from' "his'' ,experience : In Roberson's hands, ,:and his .frianda.. ,

'" 'Tl&rmonlously; ; {fnlith.camp*.ire. the ,; nd it is'time I ;for you .o-I Tampa.:1.'ftb\lft(4:: U . the growing oCtmsf.'trophos knowr the previous, years; are' anticipoting. ;. 'spectocnler' .wodc'fro. M1
'"';'' "Y.-rM.: :'Cj A.:' the"';Y./ W.., -.\.)'tb e pie'at'home to slnK'your dTfferences.There'.has .. I' TbWvenamedtae brothers',%End. been entirely, "abandpned for point, 'Last game from every", *tan
".....American""Library Assoclationii,the'TCnlghU +I '.been 'axreUgion 'of.:word.long .htejt"bf.PiindpSI,R. M. '.E */ofDsceoia ., more than a generation;' V< 'spectacular year line} Bullock, planp""wlaleh developed ....ietCapWn'.Uoek., .... fn'e.Ulnr: .. '".".
: .. ofCcIlu'mbU.; ; the War Cafnpommunitr '.noui-tire' want a:religion o. t High Seh.fl. Mls' ,
ServlceT theV SaJratUmArnayj d_. :'4 Get!dowa:'tnyybu>'.'pedeetal.: ''. at the) 'have smaJl'trops of' cotton growing kroutfht, himfavorabl.and.it mentlonJMevety'game : I: "The''two'otbaditaek.fteld: "x..i ire:
: ',and"the" welf4r.eork\ ordinatron:4f: ma''or Prof. Brans' : is believed:.had it Murray"; Overstreet'and LeBoy Lasi -;
arrfwig f ''J'he the 'Wort oftheV"f ? fewyea: ago hero; ant all are well pleased with .
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-lhep groes.: "V :i1'1t' ".r;; '/; #::. ; M.:C'A"; Y.; W.'CX.Ai'Xnigf.tsolumbus.SWsr ; : 'g! ind 'will.bepleasantly:) remembered bynA'ny for outlook.' "The' acresg will be OKjrwhfchpUcedW< accident. ::;'the"casueV'at Plant: ley : Overvtreet's'reeord \1.... bid
on, 7ea..JIOYS.bImto: be ....'
jby Interestingspeeches. iiei'e''made' ; ? Camp .Community .. ::Ktasimmee-... .people, ... .. >Iylncroanett.eaeori ty"..IWlle/W01ahl ,have'.won' a .place exact 'a]Ot-h.re: ,"J.always'at.'*neecr.d. _.He' ,
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expert from,each of these"organ ) rrice.American. : Library VAssoctan lid AU-.FloridaBs e :
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.a.rViee..IAtlo ;; each who or,have, hon'beaulong:jar ided fin infavor the- I the ,'''Salvation Hebrew: Welfore7 Armyhe-eommend.Society' /"""ant ML : FOR : :eat man .On'",th .teim.' '".oW"the'beaT....will "plmy more has gained'speed"in'this weight'year,: and He,will will khow he la
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,'* ot nhltlng'in'the'great': : : jJ*'''eampai >*"o!, lu! s'new-ord ro( things'and typical' c. A IP;. Apis' ALL. full-back,Captain:" ..:. !i';9ullocti*..:'.*..,,,, IWUp" .... ;j.' .' ..Uwstnany the close bait eecond'Bis,to,Aobirsonla'treryinc; '

\ to'I raise funds. ef;thi.,{deaf. 'of;the fightvfof:'humani- speeteHr test'year: WM ;x
," 'ctlT ded"nnio' th&: j halle-i$4n'iset'year., 'Ro- "toting the'pig"'''. oend'atM"'sadthe
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;;1 ;een'd mttktar-with; Se'minole.:.Or&Bge, tyt"WLt; gave- 'f WWet :;praise.to PresrConttnued : : FARMERS I OF FLORIDA ;who'raced Were, fOaceoiiV, ; A.igrhrter'.back; ",; .,team; is looking' for'\silts rom.
L.THE through IutIIeUOD'! to a.pl this l quarter.'. 'Ovehttreet '
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Osceola Okeechobee"comprising,, ;,( :'o..Pa: Eight:)'; L. of'honor' .
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C itii to'..rm.; for thefiuotenheWren i [ofcornand, : ,:meat, arid, where possl, .. "
: MILITARY[! IqA'NINglS.N' : )V : in. th./:second lin.'treooher: ;; beeOg; owenoughShat'fords'awnconatpption;:: '

t ; : sounds/again:1...a.tterwrielnwbyJa.V ,. 'as .well"a'his ..producttfejipf kJ JIH JIlQE.dti' (;
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.;H'aBowelt9treetor of the States;( .cotton: be will .not only ,?-"l inTeasing y

: mWIN: SCHOOL .Administration' ;, of the.United., Style. _our.Oft. ; irnar'jJ.food: *, t ,
: :1. : PUBLIC: Food ';'Administration,: ,to':, 'Braiton"Beacham fcutN Ul,render the' souttTself"ustaliv; : t" T? .
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. ... Federal! 'FoodAdiafrfrteaFlorida. .: ( t inajHh its food, stuff. H.'wUl1: end: IS NOW
". \\ (-.... ,_ ......... ., ., : .A LIEUTCOLONEL.Lleatoaaat )
"' '* j" --- ( ;; ,Kr..'HalI eU'* "> lng'hi*Tei>u .f amilyl and .handstandeentributing :': ,
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'The.Vciislnrnfee"." 'public-"Schooli} I i th..li. ,.military 'training"am on gf Olt.with teal! _ts: however. ,'directed'not:only;to .to. the feedfeg! of.the''loaetity " .- ,, ," _
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last. anoml . the farmers- but :--individual 'in which live .- r :.t
opened 'Monday' i boys Gf..tbe el..hth'crade.( end,:';iahei : to every he ;thereby mafc.l : '
:>n'enrollment of.Brpupils"".which: Icb....V kjk1.-"'Tbl.'teataro'tsnet'' .-o'.rapulsory -'' who has afoot of'ground! that may,becultivated. ''tw. rho l south. Independent: in' *oed c ,Colonel": IS ); ......1, an the. ,t eCiri. -However,?no less of

about ,& more than-were present OA L: : but )is left>p' to the::1ftcIM4aJ. ._ \ ;: He'wig ;hare,enormouely) ;e! ':! I 1 who .left. ,' .....:jiain ''..' H.M&tf ., .J edibts. tier QQWil. ruse the neat eidp. 1'niHil0k ,
'.:1 ailPentet.;day t,7M1'1.-\. + .;h.tth +eh.""aedntanditig+. .'.SPaJt grateettDa: +Ible;,productten '-'aapq {atipn.hglp4- .' jrMs Ts9'rftly( aNI4a4d'b" 1 him ist .......u.., r-. '
;KewKhstandf. $ ,tbescarcttyi 'of he,.goes into.lt,:his enlistment,.4s' ... of essential food product is, if.posible Uaa eK1on .of:,'tb.,product*;ofNorthern I me* 'Satttvdey, night on a..""three, ; ee.that time his. work' .aa* **aaO *'. ."
teaoheri In* other, sections,"; the .Kis-. ,,bhe,entire.term; ,These: .boys"a.will;"" of-even' more..Jinipertancenowban ; :, 'farmers heretofore; traaav ........ ,i :arbl.b ae ha,well. mainly in-the .taat aviation .....isg;: ,' :

: e .sohoot'has-been fortunate ,In. reooired tuth"can' '.'go for"expert earned.by'four"*years afr..uoos.for'the"siHed >west schools .fat 'Cnglaad,,.aHamMtrip .. .. with ".
'.securing a.'full corps" of trained; in-, 4If.1.bem'bue their suits,already. which. .AdministratorBeacham/: : 'MtraaaniiwJIC to ont-armV' and,the allies.I .. cause.1 ji. Xnclaad, *' te rrane. to .rest.. .. ._ CS-* -
,Y tractors'_and 'willri; ,beyond; ;doubt; Prof.; Evans has" given 'the.<>ther>'e ;to the p4. ple'of;'Fliwida ,reallie; keenly.!with, the:decrease Fraaos: and!.Egypt. ,Colette! .fenkla onal.JanUna" ....., *We ** t* Franai. ; ,.I
,' . *ioaintaln;; tU'.positkm bleb vp' on the, PaOftth.in. 'which.to get theirs..The '. through the:.press. 17letter,: : fol: in labor,}due to ,the. draft for- IDeiue- .baa. bad aiany ,up ,and, .....*' ... ta:reat anel t. ....!.. a. mih." : "'.
rydited*llst.of Hhhigh-. > I schools' of_ '. boy have 'elected -Roscoe'Robrsoni Iowa, ..- ' triaT and war' purposes' ,; the" farmer bf left this country,:uoetty.iap.ia.the Taatihla: ... 11M ..... .. L tt, ,

a* ,.their, 'oapteln,' and ao will Braxton Beseiaral9.jFedenIFoodMsI ; lie:: ..*.*y,.handicapped. ,, yet..a'..littlextra airlanddown. 'on. the ground.,, '! .. ...... .. .... .. .t '.;
,t 'A OAdilt 'iff, the pitr'iiae of, the'I....wPraeNaiy: ilaaala"'W1arIV\ t: t.al.rM Oriaas.\yU.' ,' ..effort: and a tttOe 'extra; ,e.-. .. mat' at 'thedhPWby' .. ...... i.W..1umtn. ..... .... lit' ,i""

." 19 ,.. ,.r., presser to 'ill' .ut tM, ... owe...,. .,....... tar.iUllt9tif8 c.;MI.:. iaW 'We.ars WsV ..... spa Mt.,pk4 of .... and ....,. iMW. 'eei' A'd.po9tsst. atjeM .igr/rar -:.. ... ...
.IT w i: M|*JB*...f I I ttA. .. ''MH JPqM.J...I J"JIt *, ". :rr1.t., tatwol,,. ..9aP.aIIuF 11, t1.....&t 11 ..... Rat yaa" sf otwf' '""Work sM.,.d all J9'*,rattles ... a ***** + ; ..,. aim a....*.*jt welt..u.ltrt iM. .rtdM......... t1UeMstrr .... Ii :
rtlinted'ed.lib..deeitweet' : .eirtd .., ... Sul A.. i ... ..,. 1 . ---- .....
; t+ ,.... .. .twin. ,.. traIa.. g4lrsn.; l1'Wm the 1/Mn t&m ...sow _""'j.t.. lI.tT .. "I '
M.iEvans'says.be'hasMvet; had ing-' at;Porter's' ;MflHary;Academy:la 1>>rfaaary duties" .of.theFood Admlnisration boys,in the,"""n. .>:< 1ttH., ... .... idf ,tom."hs" __t :. .!!. . j"'i.
:amore fsforable'beginning' ids Charlestton.SS.. ,:and possesses th. :,is.'mtainln the allies'and); Cultivate GardetivEven land .waa.offered',a", ,coflMatajrhm, s.1 UMM '.: .
:' ''.. onnection.. with-.the school >' Dualities to .command In an unusual; nsurlng: sufficient:'supplies' for our in theo our railway system Second Lieutenant. *in,the,Royal -Fly' coMnmrc" .
.ORGANIZED
"? Theenrollment in" the ,hitfh.schoolIf ; degree .s*-he baa'aalresid'demon.; hqme.poPulatJ .. It Is.of the utmostimportance {1B'overtaxed In hauling our. army ingQorps'sttar: passing t1e_naceasary .
&> .the largest;in ylti. ; history: :>ome- tn.iW In'drilling:the.Home.Guards. ,that the flow of food pro ,,sad our:war materials,and the trans: ;'examinations.. 'Ha bee m.'. a L The. ('Kissimmee: .Prectnrt, Coaunsttee -

t'' where;about 120 pupilspractically; Forty-nvos'boy>' orract1eaUy.Uwhot ducts to'Europe'oontinu.wtthout in- porUtion,of foodstuffs. andcotton to tall,;ia' October,'1915; '.:Major.'ln for the" Fourth Liberty LoaiTmet. .,
all ''of whom'seem' to be stertlng"; are'eUgible M.e.ftllat-ed.ln the nigh errnption.;:;',As'; the, )roblem.;*elarIac'l|ithe consuming centers and to:'the al-. : of 1919; and;.. .Lieutenant. In -C., A.1' Canon', of flea, ".1In...... '4

'With the"determination''to'do I''better school,e .mpan;, and'A r'nolr"drtlling,, the coining,year...U,to obtain. sufficient lie.. has become.tone --of.Jthejmoet!.difficult Colonel in September.' .. 1917.. .,, morning"and Delected: Carson Farmer!
: "work ythan' they; :have: ever" ,.done before. three quarters 'of an.hour, each'after supply. of all staple food a*well proIlem.'tbat we. have, .to 'eon. ''in the,fall of1915 he wa sent"'to a* .chairman,,and E. D, Kate;"'aecvetary. -,
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/ "_ noon. .The::drijl'is held after School ac to effect :*.?saving, in particular front. .Egypt'endu.Iated( in the- operations .' W, B. Crawford was appointed
+ ,A'; new feature.which. s.heIR&, in ous.o' its not: to interfere". .with' the lines, :the reateet ,possible, ,produc- ,Tbere'ls 'of'neeeealtr'; decrease In against the Turks;:Im..tbat eomarIn Chairman of' Publicity; J..'E. Lupfer,, '

troducedInte: '.the. .school .for. the,first regular studies.. .. . ion?of'essential. food products, is, if .our 'a&Tteu1tural labor. If..the people *. ,the fall of r 1l1. On his return Chairman bill posting/.ta, and f,. .

a'i'' "'_- '':'" :. c. '_ .....: : ... -,: . r. ,. '"'- a.- ... .: ". posalbleof;; even. .more- Imjportanqe; . of our towns, and villages;'' who have home-the shrry alnin.and'wns,while Off the ,thrown lsleofprete,1struck D.. 'Jeffords' ;,, .Chairman., on 'publics..pe&iJnlr :. ;;J
than last year. .opportunity; to oo; so can, unaer-. w,
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GOOD SCHEDULE I R In the Southern States particularly take' the; cultivation ot garden, in w - .. '
r. there:'is'ja. great .opportunity ,for: the their; extra hours, we.:will" have "teevterially : '

trEQP/ !aJ'ID.r'.to'' ;'render''en, important Jier ; contributed to the' local,laboremployed THE :WOMEN WAR$ WORKERS :.-' ;
vice during the coming; season. Inr&ppeaUnC' ; to increase our production. q qA.
it FOR HANDLING last;\>ear for _an?.Increase For these'reaoons, as, never"befftre,
in. production, necessarily' 'emphasized every towel r and ;"village that has. a. :

,the.p tleaJar'importance oTa scrap' of< available. productive. lend for ENDORSE TICK ERADICATION : :

e. 1 1L greater production, of wheat., To cultivation, should 'patriotically re*, '" . .
RetumtD&"ftom a .meeting:'withyailroad'bfficiahi L In' many quarter this! appeal for a greater wheat'acre- Isolve to make the. family unit, .. nearly -, .
a\" ,and of fleers,of the I Situation'Uss.Cleared.Mr. age," the..aoutbern, farmer 'was _notalways self-supporting asrposaible. .-- "
railroad 'administration in'Atlanta;on l Dow'say*,that the railroad .sit! 1 ln"a position to.respond.' ''The.matter is one to ...hJeb'we cannot . compulsory dipping; 'of ;< *tl* people! of Florida. .ia tJu"estYirtieir,'J

,the .l1th.E.;D.,Dow;'traffic .mini ga natters' ha. greatly: cleared, and men Render'' South Self-Sastalniag.; attach. too jnnoh importance! ', will be. one of'the' ;most, Important therefore
" rtions to'bev, t4xl .upon In/tbiscounty '"Be':it resolved. .'fh&tthe membefaof

\ring.'word of 'mott'aatisfactory'railJctedules permitting.'. they '.r., "e aftdent that, if he .can increase. his production. 'J, W.--.HALLOWELLBRONSON'r at.the election: (on''November the Womaa' Committee, of' Ute
,, ; *to; handle'l next,,,sea?: there will:be ;na such 'congestion 'at ,'. --. . ) Council of ,National .Defeua.\repr-:
5, the followl'ngresolution,' ,adopted
son's ..1 rlabablrcbuaine.e: 't ; latpor'tanttrminala' ''as that which HOUSEUEPERS'SHORT"COURSE aerating- ..Irleenc" women'f i rganiaa-
GROWS FINE CROPS
tM'.m : attending! ;the war Lion! assistance'
l1f iAl thac"the'tn.naPortlltlonftefal. , tiedfreiaght'mowments'throughled : : by.the women ; promise all possible
{ *' of "the. railroads present out.the.:east-last winter.The Florida TO. .BE Hp-IN KISSIMMEE.. : 'AT.JOHNSOWS. ": ISLAND. work college in Tallahassee.last. to' '.the':;Stato' Live'' Stock Sanitary'

: : ..* for approver .schedules calling,/ojrdetliveries' I Citms 'E1ch.nge'.is arranging.to ship Miss..BinisI':,Smith' 'home, demon.: I :was.yisltlng' 'Jasper Bronson .last week, bpefint.rwt.wStne'th.n; _. Board and, therapreaentative'of;'? t*i
j'4; ;in" N.w''York' ; 'rChic.m o'.n' d as' ''ilach"'of U* fruit 'a* possible'directfront oration'agent*,for. the"girls';' canning' Sunday.'in 'Johnson'" bJ.nd.I, ,saw : '-f.; !7onda an United tM'ureaa of AnimilIa: :; ,.

"'tiC.. :Kansas City'on,'the MUt'nrornlag'"' oft '-. 'pav.king; ,houses. to destination:; tlubs., : ;sddpment'trom'f3outhFlor1;; d. cb11dftn0t': Florida and the health cation of the cattle fever tickTha *.".
; ; ; Th ie-jwiU prevent much refaandling';of the
hata Couree1dR.beheld"laprwfor'Mone ,sweet potatoes cM"Oft
; Housekeepers, Short': the farm, '. '
) .. points; ;;-fouh'nrorning: *W'Cincinnati th e.railroad; ,billing 'upon cab and re'duce" : : : week: beginning one ;weighed' 9'pounds] 6- weighed 87 of.'her?people,, ***' Inc*' milk ..U .-an ,..Il.re of our people; op watt.
w..Dd' St.,...Louis"and'tbird.merning. . 'to telegraphing 'considerably; ,It"falt.1 ':Monday, September: 80th, pounds J'"tir9IPed, ,,72 pounds. We essential part of the elhbaC, ; la lackIng u'OUl'* 'rattle is"dependent:Wf1/tI l.IWL .
\ :Washington.e: {T? .:. ; :U>at.a;csrmotg:'oon.tsntlyahead"upon"thiregulmr whlchSw1U1be by state weal to and ,in'hundreds' homes; and;Binee in* for. compulsory, dippta: of:detlte7
conducted. : aeroaa another patch dugS
... 'At jm: 'earlfer,. nieeting'. when:: J\he ,schedule'will worker'r' : few.betas to try'them., 1'1urreWere 'the greatest hindrance :to:'the 'work and the subsequent,'eradiation'cattla .. . -,oftlaj"

..'; railroad men''were' first,t tealled'-ipon get through to HIT.destination:lit good! :.Tbir'courVe1 l is open_ :.toll the* .wo- as many. *sr'lS: :in the hill, and about 'of. increasing the ,..'of'mffle by thaRECEPTION ,.tick. i il./ ..-,

''. to fnrrrlsr schedules.J.'T.iKing.exe-; : ; tihie.-but-that: ; stopping:It'for'reconsignment iien"of"th,?'.county,' 'and, it is hoped' 7 eatable potatoes.on them., I never' J ; .-. -- -, r.-c ,----T {
f.: :eutl.-tn.n.porta\ assistant ,to theTegional" taU'.IDON risk'of de- ft Iarg./nllmbe1" of them will attend saw...s fine potatoes'before. His 'oth TO /ivTORS Mr'Ted. '.after'whteh',,the" aviators:attended ->
-J-- } director; reportedto"have; lay'than-ln'normal'tImanrr ; '' benefits .., a.>dance at'theCtountry'Clabt
and,'receiTe the -A "fee of4fty'cents'wlf'.b er' vegetblM/re" ..tJll'I"OwlnC.-' ----- .,
.' \.lcIioA.: .JlflDf"Yogi.; gentlemenw'seked : The'' Florida,'AtnEawhsugi baa House, arranged by J.; Ed f Bryan'
cbar'gedto:, 'cover took-me around to look" at his fatten On Saturday:night an informal and( h .. ga ;
"1 : '..t prepare only.4hednlds. wh chsyi been;.in 'close touch'>lth the'railroad '' :otherwiseprovidedfe.T lithe ,pen looked '... .held ',the Bryan. .. #*
e jcpenses-which:: pare' .not; ing j swine ; they social! reception ;:, vat, . . .
/ !',bejlved:up to,;; w1U'bb authoWtie fer some'time in an effort '. ,
rvi1cob ; <& fln.tand-tb.-stock. .outside looked Hotel by the.WarS.vlep ,
: Graystone >> Mrs, W.: '
T."Crawford returned t*
accountable :
,)M for :! .c.
aee boa .
:: ri'Lnne.'to.thi'rdud1 -oMa% *lfactorjr : "
'arrangemente hIs'ioleee has bein beW.inJsxk- 1'OOd'att said this '
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; ,: : season Mi wa Stamp Committee 11IDCIertbe.I..t.. : her", ai",,
'. feV yoti'f.rnbit. : it i:'tjia KntHiic fuf .next: '.......'. ..ill Ma.,: bls "'He late = \7WaanW.tG.kls.h
e* r Tampa and 'ott>er o| ,flrsf-experienoe farming., ;direction of! Mssdbsus.- J. ,;K.Lupfer ... ". 'a P
.C,; i:'In"Tiew:>(;tly fact'thaf'under1'these"'in-: th..sched-:. fruit Wop,;and &.'-:Dow'..,.' ell.. he"stateand. hs provea' : ltgreatvalue has' prospects to Xnul..ply in the'f o- I and 'Mt*., H.:."C,.:J1Mo;; aft* ..11.. :' ...= t'tlW:

.'":'Wea were compiled: la ,now no, doubt that th."freight ee-- : fax. teaching.. tbe/f'woaMn/ '.tMfrdeiaeetais tar, years.. ;II., eoasidef he wilt if'he 'Mia*' taseabein:A da ... in 6.artt, : -
( t ions., Kr'Dow'Ia.b nfident that vice .wHI: notonly;: ba entirely:'satisfactory :;d:kbesehold':;Erne.tlM. enctaedr. ail::: o..LMfIE&. . ..' .' Li.nte.aaa:__..... .WRlbaa.I ,, % ,
Uppers' nay; depend upon'their ..shipiMnte 'but,will gc.s--
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TWO, t THE KISSIMMEE LLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY SEPTEMBER;'20,' 1918. :rt'. "

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J : JHAVE used .Dr, Caldwell's Syrup GARY ,A. HARDEE ANNOUNCES f .


and find it a most effective CANDIDACY: FOR GOVERNOR" Registration Notice.

L and pleasant laxative-one 'that is worth recom- -- .

,mending to one's friends. I know that ,Hon. Cary A. Hardee, of Live Oak,,, method of adialnShe people of the.
my former of the .
Speaker House
of Representatives State that I shaM be a candidate In I
: health has, been greatly improved since has toiled an open Utter , the nextprimary election. e' e e .

i using it.*' to the people of Florida announcing1 "In this opening' statement to' the The registration book. for, enrollment of voters to participate 'in .

i hU candidacy for governor?' i In I people of the State I think It properto the November general election will be open at the office of the Registration ?"
From a Utter to Dr. Caldwell written bY which he says, in part refer to myself
personally by
,: (Mi. Alice Springfield Lombard! ; M.22 .Boylston..: St.,) "To the People! of Florida- 'that I wa* born and rared on saying a Officer at Kissimmee from Monday. AugustS, 1918 until Oor.r.,.

. I "It is nearly two years before you farm in Taylor County, Florida, and tober 12th.:
will be called on to nominate e' Gov,, have always felt peculiar Interest in t

ernor to succeed; the present Chief the great agri u1tarat' classes of i precinct
Dr. Caldwell's our The registration books will be open in' the several precincts
Executive. Perhaps many of you will1ay Stateand have: been of assistance to
I that therefore it is too ,early to them in' every manner possible. In ,, from, Monday, September. 2, until Saturday, ; October 12. i,

consider the question, but the fact remains . my own,, locality they are my best
SyrupPepsin that it is being: thought of and friends, and if elected Governor I All voters who desire to participate in the general l election In November '

discussed, and incidentally I am constantly shall treasure as very sacred the Interest and who have not been properly registered heretofore, are nor
Laxative'Sold in receipt of letters from of that class of our citizens,
1 The Perfect '' friends in different sections of the who by their labor, are feeding.....the' ti6ed'lh t they must be registered during these dates. The removal y

I' State, asking if I will be a candidate, nations of the world. from one precinct to another since registering will require changing

,: by Druggists Everywhere Having definitely concluded quite At the proper time I will publish a the records in this office accordingly. r

r ,; ,; 50' cts. (l;::) 1.00 awhile ago to be a candidate for the platform setting forth, what' .C; 'seems ,, ,
Governorship of Florida, no good tome, to be the paramount issues,

purpose can be subserved.,so far as, t and my !attitude' towards them, and( E. D. KATZ

A mild,. pleasant-tasting combination of simple] ]laxative can see, by further delaying declaration will make, an active canvas of the entire .
sof my Intention'' to make the State. Respectfully "
herbs with"pepsin.. Brings relief without griping or' race. I.. am therefore''' taking this GARY A. HARDEE., SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY,

other discomfort. A trial] bottle can be obtained free of _ u" ____------- 1
Kissimmee florid.
''charge by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 458 Washington amount. Commissioner. l B. 'II. Guy?mad? a -

Street Monticello Illinois. The board took a recess until 1:30: motion' that Mr: Reynolds be in. t>v i
The board met at 1:30: 1ft. full .
p. ; a atructed'io make survey of the roadsIn A ".
board being present. S. R. & B. district No.3, and"prepare .- '-r .-
Dr.' II. L.; Darby (representative of specifications on. same,. motion For Indirection, Constipation 01 THE DEVIL'S ADVICE.. a aS

If.1 I. Proceedings of the County Commissioners s--I' Sherwin: Williams Co., appeared before ', seconded by commi loner E. L. D. -:Biliousness ,
,. the board and offered to sell .:Overstreet: 'and carried Just try one SO- ent bottle of LAX-FO The Kaiser called the'devll'upe

them materials for dipping cattle no The clerk presented and read in WITH PEPSIN. A, Liquid Digestlv.Luatlve On the telephone one day

Klssimmec Fla.I 2 1918. of l Issue date action taken. board letter ,J. pleasant to take. M.de..and I The clrl'at central listened
Sept. to of delivery and $10 I open a front Mr, S., recommended to the public by Paris Medicine
'
The Board of County Commission {(premium The matter. of purchase of brick Triplett making application to board Co.manufacturers of Laxative Bromo ,To all,they had to say. t

.' en of Osceola county met in regular W. L. Slayton &: Co., to pay pa r", aa'per'bida presented and opened at i for the same number of subscriptions Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill T 0k' "Hello" she .heard the. Kaiser say;", ,

cession at 10 a. m., there being present and accrued interest leas an allowance -, the morning'session of the board, was is were given the Kissimmee Valley- Is old man Satan homer '.: *

Ernest Mach, chairman, E. L. D. of expenses, legal 1 and otherwise taken up-and after carefully considering Gazette and St. Cloud<< Tribune.. Mater Road and Bridge Fund., _._._. ait.<4 "Just tell him that it's Kaiser' BIU ''
Overstreet J. K. Hilliard A. F. Bass said bids, commissioner B. H. Special Publicity Fund.c37.48 '
Graves, Blanchet & Thornburgh ( passed. Paid tvarrante wore ordered cnncolj- Tllat wants him on the phone.'
a ,and B. .}I. Guy, Milton Pledger attorney 44340.00 and accrued interest from Guy made a motion' that the board Upon motion of commissioner B. pd from the various funds as folaow.tGeneral ,

,for the board, and J. L. Over. .date of issuance to date of ,delivery, buy as many as".ix: thousand 'at the H. Guy, and seconded by commissioner Fine and Revenue Forfeiture Fund.$1840.84 Fun d. ... 119.%& The devil s&id-"Irene" to Bill

street, clerk. Company to' furnish blank bonds to prices ,mentioned in, bid, $24.00'per A. F. Bass,, the board agreed to Road and Bridge Fund _____. ten." And Bill said "How are you?"

The board was called to order by the county.; thousand; motion seconded'' by A. F. pay Mr. ,Milton Pledger''' $4.00 for The Tax Collector's report showed I'm"running a hell"' here on earth. '

Us chairman, Ernest JVIach, and the, Each bid being accompanied with .' ., and carried. each special session of the board. amounts collected as follows: So tell me what to do.

minutes of the regular and pedal required check as per advertisement Commissioner A. F. Bass presenteda The matter of awarding contract General License, $7.50; Auto LIcense do"'th '

session of August read and approved. All bids having been opened and letter from the Georgia Engineering :for suits for home guards was takenup $1.25; Poll Tax, none. ""What' can I devil said :"I w

Bids on the $48,600 road and bridge carefully considered by the board, Co., in which the said company and discussed by the board,whereupon The clerk called attention of ,isle 'My dear old Kaiser Bill,
district bonds district offered to sell all brick that they had If there's a thing that I can do ,, : ys;
?. No.3. were Commissioner E. L. D. Overstreet commissioner J. K. Hilliard board to the fact that certain monies .
presented the clerk and each bid leftover on' job in Qsceola county at To help you I ahure will. ,,
by made a motion that bid of .ArthurE. made a motion that the board'ap- had been deposited in the Citizens

opened in open board, a. follows: Donegan & Co. for $100.00 prem $18.00 per thousand;, commissioner J. point a coraniHtea of three to exam Bank of Kissimmee, to wrong: funds, The Kaiser said "Now; listen, ..

r Arthur E, Donegan &:. Co., $44,640- lum be accepted, which motion was K. Hilliard made, a motion thafboardbuy ine the goods presented by bidders whereupon the following: resolution And .will try to tell "tI

00; and accrued Interest from date of seconded.,by Commissioner. F. Bass 'at agreed price, motion secondedby and determine' which of said bids was' was passed," Record Resol, .No. G. The way that I am running -.;i,' w'On

issue to 'date of delivery.. land carried by unanimous vote 'of the commissioner A. F. Bass, and' car. lowest and best, the quality of goods There being no further business earth a modern., hell." ..' "'. a
board. ried. to be considered motion seconded by before the board they adjourned to
Sidney Spltzer &: Co., $44,175,00, said[ ;, ; '
and accrued interest from',date of Issue Sealed bids on, 900,000, No. 2 Mrs S.; L., Lupfer. repreaentlwg.tJ.eOsceola commissioner A, F. Bass, and carried meet. in special l session September I've saved for this for manyyea.re'I've ,' :,

to date of delivery. brick were opened as follows: Southern Hardware Co., appeared before and the following persens named asa 16, 1018, for the purpose of trans ct. started out to kill ,'" r
the board, and agreed to sell the committee: II. C. Stanford Lyle. such business as come be*., That it will be a. modern job _
? Arthur E.* Donegan &: Co., to Clay Mfg. Co., to furnish brick ng- may
par and accrued interest' from" '''date pay at $24.00 per thousand, net to Company ; county cement for the construction of Story and A. S. Gilbert, committeeto fore ttiem. You leave... ) to old,. friend" Bill

f. o,. b. plant! matter of awarding road at $3.25 per barrel f. o. b. Jacksonville report their findings. to board ,atOctober Ernest Mach, .Chairman My armies went through Belgium, +

contract passed to afternoon ses- Fin., commissioner EL1, D, meeting. Attest: J. L. Overstreet, Clerk. Shooting children' down. ..1 '
Overstreet,made a motion that board Mr. A. E. '
shm. Donegan! appeared before a'
We shot county seat
every
1 Sealed bids on suits for the County: 'purchase such amount as might be the board and asked them to recommend The Flre-Potnted Star. And blew up up every town.". ,
needed at such price; motion seconded the cancellation of all tax
Guards in board The ancient Greeks used the five-
were opened open ; '
by commissioner A. F. Bass and
,and prices and samples of each carefully certificates outstanding against lands pointed ,-tar as a'symbol', of health. MyiZepps I dropped bonbs'oncities r
carried. ,ovmed by the St.,, CQoud<< DevelopmentCo. Killing old and 'young.'t
: examined; matter, of 'awarding It still fulfills this ancient mission,as
aldswi' contract passed to afternoon session Osceola Hardware Co., representing ., at St. Cloud for taxes of 1917, you will find it imprinted on each The ones the Zeps failed to get
?E.. W. Ellis, also agreed to sell at a flat rate of $3000.00 and clerk'scoat .package of Chamber1 ln'e- Tablets. Were taken :out-and hung."
Prices of each follows
running as : the county sand at 50 cents per ton he explaining to( the board t.hatthe
f. b. Lake Weir Fla. action These tablet have restored hundreds I started out for Paris ,'
M. KATZ-BID. a ; no amount of taxes due on said I II
Hat a* aample .*._...."..__.;,_ $2.00 taken. ands too to health who were afflicted with indigestion With the aid of poison gas., '
Bent, Army Web _.._....;..__*"' ... .' 4/1/ .were muchaccording to ac- biliousness ,or constipation.
Legging's. regulation U. S. 1.'16 ;! Commissioner A. B. Bass presented tual values, whereupon commissioner I:The Belgians, darn them stopped me
Foot Breeches, Sample No.' 1.60 bill of II, '1.{. Kempfer for' road"work'HtiDeer Give) them a trial when'In need of And would not let me ;
pass.
Foot nre. he.. Sample J No. Olilf .11\ ; E. L., D. Over-street made a motion such a medicine,'and you are' certain I r, .A4' u. 5&/ :'Jv: '
t! Foot Breeches. Sample No., 4.00 'park'which'was'referred that the' request1 be granted motion k
Shirt. Kaakl. Sample No. 1, 1.00 to be pleased with tbe' prompt :relief 'My submarine are devils
A' Shirt Khaki Sample No. 1 ....___ S.IS to Mr. Farmer, superintendent of seconded( by commisioner A. F. Bass, I '
? Shirt. Wool. __.....,.____,.___._, S.78 roads.* Commissioner made a motion and which' they afford.Passenger Why yea should see them fight
Shirt.' Wool. _...,a___ *.50 carried. I They go sneaking .through the water,
F. H LAWSONBJD. that Mr. Farmer be instructed '''to motion .
of commissioner
Army. Style Hat. __1__-.-.... __. $1.9/1 f! Upon B. I And will sink a ship on sight." ,
? roads between
work the Canoe Creek
Khaki Breech,.. per pair, ....__ l.fI R II.'Guy seconded by commissioner E fare rate on ticket. to
V Olive Drab Colt Leggings, pair.,. I.20 and St Cloud, motion'seconded seconded the Florida State Fair, and running '
x. D. the Exposition I
It t tJ Overstreet following was things to suit myself
Web Belt .____. ____ .._ 85 persons ,
; -- -- -
Hat Cord. -- ____-.____ ,15 C by commisioner A. F. Bass, were named as) trustees for S. in Jacksonvillewill be sold at Until 'a year &ego 4'
I Olive Drab Wool Shirt, ____, __ 4:00
I ,- and carried. reduced rateS in 'with .
t J R. & B. district No. 8. vie: W. R. accordance authorization When. a man named Woodrow Wilson
The board instructed the clerk to TYiAilAvlr____ _____0 read _In__ open hoArd_____ A_ 1_n t.. Godwin, John H. Balsden and W. H. issued by the U. ,S. Railroad Wired me 'to::go mere. .slow." ij
return all checks accompanying: bids ter from' A. E. Drought, suggesting Phillips. Administration, the reduction -, "

presented to the board, that were re- that they have the eastern boundryline Mr. C. F. Johnson and E. G. Vans being equivalant to one-fourth of the Me said to me "dear William"

Several years ago jected. of the town established before Agnew appeared before( the board 'prevailing, round trip fare. Consult We don't wont to make you sore-
they 'begin laying brick on the St. local ticket for special Florida But you must tell your U boats,
the Florida Citrus Ex. Mr. M. P. Tindall appeared before and stated as there were no fund. ag-ents "1 1Sfl
tile board and stated that a dippingvat Cloud road, letter ordered filed available in Special Publicity Fund State Fair Ticket rates. The To sink'our; ships no, more.?
change: secured Mr. Ordia Bass presented his report U, S. Railroad Administration has
expert was being constructed on the and Revenue Fund, that it would be "We have mentioned this ,the' last
f opinions on the food Bounty line at A. J. Marsh, nnd asked for work done during the month an accommodation to them if the ilso agreed to make special rates on time' .' t !
.f also vouchers to be signedby 'exhibits from points within Floridao
and health values of them to allow $100.00 on payment of August board would allow them a 30 day acceptance So dear Bill It's up to you.
I the board Mr. Javens, county certain bills that wouldbe the State Fair, the agreement be- ,
Vat. motion on
On of B. H. ,Guy, which And if you do not stop it ; ,' ,'
citrus fruits and widely was carried, ,request .was granted and demonstration agent, presented his due them which was agreed to by 'ng that the exhibitor pay the regular You have got to fighj us too." "

advertised these. the clerk was instructed to draw warrant report for August the board on bills as follows: C. F. freight rate to the fair and the return 'c-
i Cost bills 'of Judge T. M. of the exhibit to the I did '..
to F., B. Ramsey for:said amount.A Murphy Johnson on Reve. $84.00 for advertising original not listen to him '
This work has been petition about and L. II. Ingram approved: and ordered bill, and $666.66 on ''subscrip.ions shipping point, .at the> close of the ? And he's coming after me. ':
'' signed by: one paid. i Gazette 'air, free of charge -practically beings With a million Yank' soldiers.From ,
; 80 helpful in maintaining hundred of the citizens of Osceola ; Valley on subscriptions *
Letter from United States Fidelity 66666. half rate charge on the exhibits;to their home across the sea."
I good prices that it county asking the board to call an and Guarantee Co., in reconstructionof bills and from the Fair. See local freight : f
The
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will be election under the provisions of Section road between Klssimmee-St. Cloud following were ,examIned, gents for detailed, information. Now that's why I called you Satan, ., N
continued and 4, Chapter 7345 Laws of Florida, and Melbourn presented and read in cpprovej nnil ordered"paid: For I want advice from 'you.' ;

expanded. If you want to determine whether or not compu-! open board, and the same ordered ,,3 E Bass. Janitor $50.008amu..1 II I know that you will tell 'me.
of cattle shall be effective Montedoca, maintenance '..00I FEELING' lust I to do"
gory dipping BLUE what ought ,
to know how your spread: on the minutes of the boa 'd. I R 0 Ltlvlnicaton 6.00 ;
in Osceola county, was filed with '34r.21<< Bronaon S 00 '
.' fruit benefit Letter from Hon. W. A.. McRse regarding Frank Evan., 6 00 My dear old< Kaiser William
a
;, may by it the board.' ,
-1i'
Mr. J H ,
Wright 11.00II'
the care of State prisoners, '
There la not much left to tell.
TAKEACALOTAB
!\ Janie Johns, S 00
write to the Florida Mr. Pat; Joftnston appeared before read and ordered filed. Mrs S A Wllaon. .". S.00 For the' Yanks will make,it hotter. C
Citrus the-board and asked them'to pass a W. R. Fuller, Akerman and Ellis, Delia Collins ton.' .. 4.00 '- '
; Exchange, Tampa H Tlllla. 600 Woaderful Than I can ,here In' heltv ,
resolution calling an election for the C. M. H. Eydeshimer and others filed Jane Clemments, S,00 Hew Fiae You Feel After \' M

Fla., or call onL.A.HAKESMgn" 5th day of November, 1918, and, com, bills for.materials 'andwork" on the loin Mr. A Jency Blmmonn Padgett. "" S 8..00 00H Taking tile New Nauseates ,, I've been a mean -'olddeill,

mls loner J. K. Hilliard made a motion St. Cloud road. M McLelland. 6 00Mrs CaI..eL' But not half ns !Iean'I.iou..
"
that the board pass a resolution The matter of paying the State A M L L Mahlea.Chauncey, 1000 S:00 .... --::-. So the minute that you-Tget. here,

Orange County CitrusSubExchange determining the date and places for Bank of Palatka $2800.00 out of the Mrs Julia M JerlKan Smith. ."". 5 5..00 00 If you have not tried* Calotabs;;'you L ,, The.Job, is;yours: ..to... do.:" ."" n

it said election, which motion was sec August estimate on the St. Cloud E Voider." B..00Amell. have a delightful surprise awaiting 1'1t' '
... be edjr'for": coming.And
Evan S 00 your .
v Orlando, Fla. onded by commissioner ,,:. L. D. Over- road, was taken up and Mr.Murray J B Owen ,.1000 you., The wonderful .livercleansingand .111 keep'the }
flra.bright
street, and a vote being taken, c engineer charge was system-purifying .'properties of "
your .
_ MId Runanka. JOOOE I All,have ro.nl'ill'readyWhen ,
, ,; missioners J. K. Hilliard and E. L. D. prepare voucher for said amount and 8 Bullock 'repairs ...--;.,.*. .78 calomel,, the:,doctor** favorite :among ,
P a Cromartle, road wk die I.. IS.00 !!..the".Yanks begin to fight"e ; .
Overstreet voted :yea and commlsjkioners Interest to date $4071.77, and voucher L R Farmer, aupt road' wk..... 1(0.00 all-medicines, may'now be enjoyed' '

.. + A. F., Bass and 'B. II. Guy: for balance of estimate, $4928.16, R Dan K Brown 1111. Ouard Guard.--,....,.....,,..-......... '40 40..00 00 without the slightest unpleasantness.. For the boys; : irf blue will get:you, .
the vote being'' tie. Chairman, of Kissimmee .. One Calotab at bedtime I have nothing moreto tell. ' 1
', .. naye to the State Bank W Ashton. supt teams. ---. 7 00Overstreet. with: a swallow ,
..'1 Mach voted 'yea, and, the motion. carried drawn on S. R. and B, district No. 2., C'l.J! L- mb. potatoes. lee,, road McKnlprht.;g;' (-.- 1000 1&.00 of water, that's all. :No nausea, Hangap' your phone and get your hat,

r $ and resolution passed Vouchers ordered drawn on 8.. R andB. R V Lanler potatoes, road g's 1500 nor the slightest":unpleasant ,effects. ,And meet me here in hell.Wsstfteld' ." ,r
supplies......__ S,00Osoroln
J A'Lanraaler. "
Mr. T. B. Gillespi appeared: before district were as follows: Alabama Hdw Co., upplles.,..... S7.OT You wake up in the morning feeling '- (II).) Free: Press. .
: ;"r the board and asked thorn to pay the Paving Co., on Federal Aid Project, W A:. C Oro Co. supplies. _____'' J88JS ,fine your Hear cleansed," your +.\ ,. f- 'if> _.
T :M Murphy. Cottrell and Miller "
'%' Alabama Paving, Co.' $1026.83 said $403.31;' A. C. I*' Ry Co./or delivery ca.,. __??.,--------*-.-. 4.ISt system purified, and with; s.*hearty YOUR'WIFE' CAN' USE .IT.//
amount of ''materlaJ ,$105.88. < 71 Tnttram feed prisoners--.., '00 appetite'for breakfast. Eat what If you 'are away fromborne and '
being S pef cent of cost of L,H Inwram" Cottrelf and.,Miller ' you '
construction of Shingle Creek 'road ,Mr. S. R. Murray.suggested that case.. W' ; _...._.--__. f'.I* please. ,. go where' ;you 'plea.e.-no' one- of your: horses takes the colic, :. !
tR,. Plant. ___ .:_. 11.71A
held against the 'company, commissioner the, beaM'pasi resolution agreeing Klsr.C L Rr. freight on''fe..d.__._ IS.SJ strictions of ',habit'or diet.CsJotabs your;wife can treat him'if she ,has tat

... : ,E. L. D, Overstreet made a to pay Mr.> W. R. Fuller for materials CIt.,..".Meat. Telephone supplies Co.: ___.,..,.._. '"....11KI. .0 ore sold only: in original, Farris' Colic' Remedy in the,:house.It .
motion that request 'W "granted, motion uut of September estimate $1000.00, Alabama Paving 'Co., bat on ', sealed packages price thirty-five '!is easy to use,,, 'Just,drop it on the t

,seconded by commiseloner'p. F. Akerman and Ellis*:$500.00; ,OsceoU Hhlnnle" Creek read.1020.ti..?.*-___.. I0 cents. ;Your, druggist recommendsand horse's .tongue, and in.thirty ,minutes ... 1

X n Bass, 'and carried,: and the?clerk, instructed Hardware Co., $200.00. which :was TTbi following! upo bsllaner IioiyssRe In the'ahowed' "various the guarantees Calotsbs and.-will,' refund I he Is ,relieved., Get it today You '

f to draw'a' 'W&r1'I1Dt'.on the ,''greed to. by all, parties concerned: fund. September let l'll> your money,if you"are.not dolighted may need it tomorrow/ :Waters, ;'Al'F,r.
RoaeJ'FuDd for Qen.ral Revenue Fund, .__l.0...S with, ttWm.-(Adv.) Canon Grocery Co. .
. Hard. Surface : the aDd :resolution passed. Fine; and :Forfeiture, Fund.-. -I.t 4s _,, ; r -- ,:. "J,"'" ,
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. SPRAY TIME FOR, 'THE' CITRUS
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1 .JOHN; :: B. STETSON ,UNIVERSITY' GROWER. KRESS MAIL. ORDER STORED ""

k ,UNOOLN HULL.....0.,utt.D.i LL.D.P..I4_. DeLane. ..... 1 Inject control--fn-true grovee i* .

SEND MOW FOR'ATALOG,, largely affected by spraying and ,the

TILE ORAniMTn-: DEPARTMENT-Degrees of Mfcater of Art, and Bel.- need 'of the fruit grower In the'pro- Send fcr This

"TUB COLJ Bate' ,OF' 'LIBERAL ARTS iTOlt' : WEN-Twenty.dne depart-, protection of his crops from the at- To-Day Big
mente in aIL" tack of insects been
and have
THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL, AH1H FOR WOMEN A woman dean and fungi '
.cp,rah dormltorle. the' predominating: factor In the development
THE) COL.Ltcaig OF LAW-Oraduata practice .In Florida, without saminatlon. Book of
of list of insecticides
our present a.
Tf.E CpLLKdH) OF ENGINEERINGS- '/n-engln.ering leadln to.deitrees. and our variety,of sprayingapparatus. :
,
I THE) COL.L.EQB FOR TEACHERS'-Especially for Flo rid ft teachere. "
_ THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS-Hanking, Bookkeeping, .Shorthand. The value of the is greatly
'crop ThousandBargainsBrit
TUB ArADEMT Typewriting-Prrpnree for ill htffh-grada collegers. Increased by spraying that it is aeomp6ratl"ly A1s ta 'A tto
THH SCHOOL, OP MECHANIC ARTS-Por boys: men. r'
I. TUB .SCHOOL, OF MUSIC-. Piano, ,or..ao'loUn.' voice. harmony, andchoru. small investment and It .
work. an exceedingly cheap form of Insurance. >t s

__ t THE SCHOOL SPECIAL OF-FINE ATTENTION ARTS. IS CALLED TO, > A considerable! degree, of skill You. Its :?I EVE 'DA'of This Large Catalog l<
_ 7.. T.. .*..........)'.c...... !. Aarrlraltair*- nlo and in spraying: has now been reached' bya ,
cultural Inorganic Chemletry Chemistry,: Mineralogy(qualitative and quantltatlv..naly.I.' etc,. ). Agrl. large proportion of citrus growers FREE Offers Udisnitcd Saving to the Thrifty

X The rr*Mrdlral C..r e-Phrslology. Biology, Anatomy. UactRrlolt' but there Is still room for much Improvement -

0&)'.try Histology, Qualitative, Zoology and Botany Quantitative drneral' Chemistry Chemistry physics.Organlo Chem. and there, Is need that the .EVERY THRIFrYWOMAN should send today for this

.. Tk. ('....... for ..*....... Werk*._In Biblical. Literature, History, growers have a more Intimate,knowl. of Thousand "
Kngllih, PsychologyPedagogy! Ethics, Lofflc, and Thelnm IS.!it edge of spraying materials spraying n..(v811i6 a Bargains, tho largest that
we issued. Its
havo ever many inpney-saving opportuni'
machinery and especially the whys
. ,
-...... ties will ,
M/ and wherefores of spraying. A better .p w surely delight everyone trying to economize. ,
j9t9
9 understanding of the life and habits' Thrift In ordinary times is n splendid virtue, but today it s

of the insect,pest of their crops. Ali ,', Is n patriotic necessity. This big BARGAIN BOOK will enable -'

this will add much to the efficiencyof you to clothe yourself ana family-to secure the most
StateBankof theirwork in fighting' them. needed household necessities at the lowest Kress bargain price Purchas
At the present time throughout he d tug for our many stores gives us a tremendous buying power. This com
biDed with the fact that we bur and aell far caah.only. enables us to savo
country we- find the grove heavily infested you money oa every purchase.
Kissimmee with white fly' and scale and
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Immediate steps must be taken by the NEW FEATURES FOR YOU'Df THIS
BARGAIN BOOK
OUR LIBERAL
grower whose groves are .o infested Indispensable aa has been '"Th ]Book GUARANTEE r
The of the world or serious' losses will result from of a Thousand Bargains" In the past this
t
I es their neglect control these condi- new catalog Is bigger and contains more t\m We ehown rna'rantee. In. thle that pmora...ea...
tions. <' money-Bavfiup values than ever before. ..,tlFIII"1iad: weal, cuar.anteewbm .
t In addition to of
excellent
an bowing you purobaM f rom w
The spraying at'this time"with the winter millinery., comfortable underwear, that the nxirrhandue yon will
the who Oil Emulsions is to kill all the whitefly splendid footwear and dependable bouse.1; to r.praaant iou that full l it value will and ir .. earinf the t '
are. on man larvae which are, the progeny of hold needs, there* is rich choosing from _,r.and_daf_*_yen you.h....
f f t 1 the most stylish women's and children's net toexpwit themoney paid.
the third and last brood this, season"and Winter Coats, Suits and Dresses. If forany with rmnnyouejenoteatle.ftad : .
the
value ef
arttoUpnrehaaad
it is this brood that cauaee nearly Th.entof coffee, tee end coene waw. to l>e from tta.retarn any It tow
all the damage.from the white-'flies hadattrploal' Knaaaavinn. OtaarfeatnraaliKluoe .tour __.. and we Will.itJbexchange .
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b.n'.elsee.bl _
Ilin and imffa. anil him
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. It.If you wUh.or return
-- dnd.ofOther_ ... ". >rtoad riranittaa. Bandy I
This spraying will also remove the roar money wi\h..F.blpo.
SAVEST .oot1noJd.' from the leaves and the I I.. a .'or....I thle M.Lap .BOOK., -.u..x-and NaIIu.wy7..... rigs charaee you mayhaTei paid.

fruit, thereby better. enabling _the
r fruit to color' The miscible oil emul. A Remarkable Waist: Bargain Send
roar
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lions recommended for white flies are Q1OOO-Very attractive: and serrleeeble. Walat of f aner- FREE
|r also' the best with which to combatthe StrIped Silk:IiI_material-*fabrle that will elvers retain r, ,
Ita rich appearance and ai- remarkably lone wear.. MAIL ORDERDQ" ,
scales. Close'examination of both Mad In.very faehionaUe plain tailored model with roll. .
white fly and scale will reveal to the collar that tome deep revere" Jowa the f..... Neat -
f or moment man .tum-'b.ekeut.sodela.tkwaf.tb.nd.ProutUtmm.d. T'OI' S w .
; young
the time to and
grower proper spray .with pretty pearl bn_ A walet;that la always
thought to''self. The now is the time you should be out in etytlah.' ya.oonadcefyprted.. Comes IneteeeMto4i
a bust maaanre. Gl e etee
your groves with your hand lenses waated.ebIPPMewdsbtfwa.$1.98 AUGUSTA CA.
problems that confront''' you now, or making this examination and also hlca._h .........,..,... ,

have the spraying machine workingIn

will a few+ years hence. these groves that are ready for 9e

spray. Soda sulphur or soluble' sulphur *

_ ., Look aboat.oatJ.e men of affairs ia eoaatry, state, nationyes t added to'the .emulsion spray will :CONDITION OF. COTTON CROP crop is shedding and rusting"badly,

ie ,: i* tbs world, art the men who started.to save early.in life. Increase, its -effectiveness in. killing BURDENS- LIFTED AS REPORTED BY U. S. BUREAU Boll weevil very active and U' .twork'in ..

1'\Ist'miteci. M. M. JAVENS,' almost'matured' bolls. Con '
They kart the respect and confidence of the eOllUDuD tJ. County Agent. From Kisslmmee- Backs- Relief Office of Field Agent Gainesville, dHion 70 per cent.

Theo' look on the other side-at' the fellows who spend all they 'I' Proved by Lapse. of..'( me. Via.: Sept. 4th,. 1918. Central Florida has suffered more
,666 contains no alcohol, arsenic 'Tho Crop Reporting Board of the .than' any section of the 'state during
make they have time for while but what doe
food
a a
. persoBah'ty reflect nay ? their. nor other poisonous drug.: ;32-10t Backache is 'a heavy burden. Bureau of "Crop Estimator, Unit,! August Damage to the oem. island ?"

Nervousness,. dizziness, headache. States Department of Airitf'i1tire: : 'crop''h.. been heavy from tho weevil

t A dollar or to deposited ia this bank will be the FERTILIZE FALL CROPS WELL. Rheumatic'pain; urinary. ills; estimates that the condition of the and extensive aheddlng'aDd rust baa _ _

...'' of .. honorable, ,independent career. Fertilize the foil garden crops lib All wear one, out. cotton'crop for the United States on been caused by the raws. Condition

Make your beginning BOW-today. Your bankbook erally'to induce quick growth 100 'Often'effects of kindney weakness. August 25, was 65.7 per cent. of a '60 per ,cent. SAM. T. FLEMING

t will pave tho..way. Ibs ,of commercial fertilizer per acre !:Ip use to cure the syrnptons- normal, as. compared with 73.6 percent Field Agent.
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is not excessive. Wen rotted stable -- n' -- ;
.
r Relief is but temporary if the cause ; on July 25, 1918; 67.8 per cent.

Capital stock .. ;....._.:______ _N 100000.00 manure is one of the best to use. Frequent remains.If .. August 26, 1917, and 70.4 per cent.. 'VE-BUY

Resoarces ever_: ._______________:_____-__ 600,000.00 cultivation will hasten 'the It'a'kidney., cure the,cause.Doan' ;enrage on August 25, for the past OLD .FALSE'TEETH
growth. Strawberries and'other: crops ten , ,
years.
for
Pills kidney
Officers and Directors Kidney 'are' /We pay from, $2.00, to .$MoOD per*
r : having a longer bearing period shouldbe ill; I A condition of 65.7 per cent on August .
..et (broken lots); W., alto-pay:actual
} C. President L V-P. fertilised two or three times. Lettuce Read about nelg-hbor'g 25 forecasts total productionof
A. CARSON. M. KATZ and K LESLEY. C ,your 'case. value i for Diamond, pfd GaU,.
and radishes will -be benefitedby' about 11,187,000 bales Last year'swas
Here's Kissimmee testimony.
ROMA CashierN. Silver '
THOMAS and Scud
"an occasional light application of bales two Bridge-work.. /at
The'kind-that can be Investigated.T. 11,3000,000 ; years ago, '
once by parcel post and. receive cash
C BRYAN. N.'B.CARSONM.KATZ, sulphate of ammonia .or nitrate, ofsoda. ., N. Clark, .carpenter, 811 Mabbette" 11,449,900 bales; three years goM .
by return mail.MAZER'S _
I' C. A. CARSON cH. FLEMING. E. L. LESLEY ., '' St., says Several yean agowhertI 11,191,820 bales and. four years ago SPECIALTY.. ,

t .'. .. J.'WADETUCKER., Directors'" ;' ,.', ,' 16,134,930 bales. TOOTH r
in
, 'i-:. ": '.. .I ,\. was living New York. State Dept. x. 2007,So. 6th St. Philadelphia
; Florida
MAKING GARDENS.;' [ was down with my back. My kidneys The condition of the crop ,

Garden 'making Is,.being urged to were weak and if I' did much I on August 25 was 60 per cent. of a p,

help, in this emergency of the, high work my back'"Would be so lame I normal as compared with 70 per centon WHEN YOU ,SUFFER
A. CARSON idcDt.' N. C M
C P.re BRYAN.
.Secretary. cost of living, says the State Marketing ould scarcely bend over'or straighten. July'25, 1918; 65 per cent on_.Au'

bureau, but many an old boy who My kidneys acted too frequently \gust 25,,1917, and a ten year average ,
.Tbe Waters .& Carson wants to be "patriotic" as* well as add md I had to get up several times on August; 25, of 74 per cent ,FROM..RHEUMATISM.. 1

: to his,bit, will recall( the "backache" during the night, losing much sleep. A condition\ of 60 per cent .on August I

pt the'days when he was a boy ad Hearlng Doan's Kidney Pills I got 25 forecasts total production .1

!sad to pull weeds in the old, home \ supply and one 'half dozen Boxes:,of:: about 35,170 bales. ''Last year's Almost any man will tell you r

Grocery CompanyWholesale garde after school when he wanted to entirely cured me. I have great production was 37,820 bales;;" two that Sloan's Liniment

go "II shin'." faith in this remedy." years ago, 41,449 bales; three pears relief rl
There? are improved implements in Price 60c at all dealers. Don't ago 47,831 bales, and four years ago, means

and Retail Dealer in these days, with wheel dices, and other simply, ask for a kidney remedy-get 81,255 bales. '
'
need
tools adjustable to all needs andconditions' Doan's Kidney Pills-the came that Condition Over the State For practically every man has .

With these modern de. Mr. Clark had. Foster-Milburn Co., In North West .Florida the crop It aches who has suffered of muscles from stiffness rheumatic of
,
GROCERIES; vices-it is possible for even a womanor Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. has suffered less than was expected joints, soreness the results of weather exposure.

child to hoe,,cultivate, rate,,ridge I from the boll weevil. Heavy rains in Women, too. by the hundreds of
crowing crops. level and fine soil, and BEST WAR NEWS IN TAMPA August have- caused shedding and thousands use it for ftJieviDy.euritiaw
rust in some sections and a light. top lame backs, & : '
or cover furrows and do the necessary DAILY TIMES: y
open
e 0 . /1 . 4 . . ... 10 ,000 100010 01 . 1 to'make what sop! expected.' dean refreshing,soothing,economical,
. ,,. work garden Quickly effective. Say Sloan's Lini ?
{ The most And the best bad
war news North Central Florida has a
WE SELL: 0, .,,1''' WE BUY' iU, should be. This does away with'the ment to your druggist. Get it today.
consistent
war news have been the rains and the
heavy during August
.' danger of the "crick" in the back so '
BAY' '. .. common in the old,.-days, even "pa" policy of the Tampa Daily Times Sloans

'. mDES. usdt, to insist chit; the .on.. '* back was since the start. 0...".'* Tasteless chill Tonic
'f .
; 'GRAIN The Times receives the full day and
;;tff.1 -. . . '. FURS .' too young to act.". night of the Associated Press deatrors the malarial germs which are transmitted I r
(tr.' ':., FERTILIZERS, ",..'" :. No fnn or boy ehouh .he made to reports to the blood "br the Malaria Moequlto. Price Wes,
:. over' leased wires. It is a full mem-
fashioned
;. -. 1, WOOL do garden: work in'the old .
.,; 8DINCLEs .'. of bending and crawling to pick ber'|of the Newspaper Enterprise Association 1- -- - --
: 'Y' .' way stories of
ANQ and receives the
.. .. weeds among the rows of growing
.
: ORANGE BOXES '
at
the
1''!:. .' . .. things. There is no' need of it. Available many trained correspondents '
i ORANGEWRAP!: ,' .' ., i implements 'cost a little 'money root. .It also'prints the. best pictures :B'etterCrop
; and
"1..11'I. COUNTRY. lit is true, but they pay their way.. maps.
',Ls:.\ .,(.VEGETABLE CRATES' ,. '" 1 ( It rare"Ben Johnson" who Few newspapers outside of the lar- .
;... ,' PRODU1 .-......' was and
irf the
.
; ;:"' i 'CRATB NAILS i who spoke of the beginning of Rome, jest cities equal it quantity

1))., : ,_ : : : when the kings and the consuls held uality.of war news; none prints the Heavy yields of high class,...dllcb are necessary --

.' A .,.: +:;. . . 1. . . . . . . 0. . the plow, or gardn'd well. Our first :tews any quicker. to bring a biff act profit to the grower. The ,, ?

parents 'were created in a garden and The reading public hasbeen' quick banner record for such result has been ).eLrlor
and ,
'_, _i' We sell field' garden seeds of aU kinds cultivate it and Milton t o appreciate the Times' splendid '
told ,
to as
'Wi give special attention to &ttiDs ut hunting; and camping part+a1y said "Plant it round with shade oflaurel news service.: It is now one of the the last quarter-century, by 1

: Free delivery in:city: limits. "Phone No, 12., '_ : and branching most widely,,read dailies sin the State. I Iii k

4: Wo a"---COUDI:7.aaall: for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular: and prier ", evergreens The Time 'will be sent to any, ad

1' .'..... on fertilizer- *. ,(U. .S.-Food 'Admini trarJoa. Liceato.No. G-22092) vines. dress for $6 a year or $1.50 for three Ideal, Fertilizers, '
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NOTICE, FREE SEED. months. A 'subscription to it is the

Mary' Klein-\ Recommends Chamber.. About December 1st Senator Park test way. to keep' up With the war. Seed for oar 'Free Boob oa aO commercial k

.Icing Eminent. :,: Trammell will have for free distribution 34-6t crepe of Florida; also ..r Spray CataIo,...'
.....,.,. 666 cures headaches biliousness, a'r
of
--- -- his allotment government gar. Special advice gladly givea.WHsoa .
I r1ApS01iNIliCII.A( . "I keep a- bottle of 'Chamberlain'sLdnimeiit den seed.. He is at present preparing loss of appetite, and that tired, aching .. -- r,

; in the house at ;all times, the-;list of names 'of those to whomthese feeling1 .due Jo; ,malaria or colds 4
and have-used it' for" will Fine tonic.. 32-10t r
OLDEST years.-It seeds will be mailed.'' Those desiring & Teomer Fertilizer(V.,
e %ev.ri1leumatic pains quicker than to have their'name placed on 1
I. '
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ESTABlSMQISfCDtOUSf Worms la Child ,.
No a Healthy
'' anything I ever' nsed Ihave also themalling.liat.witladdJ.eJll.Sf18torPark ! All children tronMad wfch vorae .... aau.baalthy ,Mfr Ideal..,........ iDg L s'Jatbenmy
'' t 'IN recommended It'to my neighbors and :Trammell, Washington, D. C color,which\ Indicate poor blood end u a 1 t
'." FlORIDA' friend who have u.ed.it'.suaessfully"dwriteo role there U more or ha atomach disturbance.. 11a._ t ; artS
TONIC torn recolariTlor ara."
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill ( maw
Ilt-.r..d-' ;Mrs. ,,N. :M. Chniieothe Do not the Kissimmee Valley
.." ,,,., _CI_ Klein forget two or three week will enrich the Mood law
'. \ .' "I Mo. ';" ; Gatette.office does fine printing... psoh" dlseetloo,and act. at a General StrengthenlnjTooleto r J t
ti1 the whole*,....' Water will thee
_' tluvwolf 41apel the worm.,and the Child wU be. e
.. __- ,'I': .666. cures by.. 'remosuc.'eauae.. 66e. .cures .biliousfever. 82-1ot .to perfect health.'PteaaaM M take. Ota per bottle.. .. .
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:jam 'THE KISS1MMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20.. 1918. .
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J ; dust and her hands in the grind of THE WOMANS' HOME Classified AdvertisementsFOR I .
KISSIMMEE GAZETTE E
I toil, so that for all time she will remember '

that to kill children and to CLOSING OUT SALE .-

.......... E.*r, Fr.4a1.Ji defame women is a crime for which GUARDS LEAD IN SALKJ-.,20 acres rood rlfh land Jir
In the has fine
Arteelan Belt flowing
: It7 KltTaller G._.... .-.a_]P the world will exact full measure of well of pure soft water, honae' four Grocery 0
K.l--l- .-, n-rt aW" room., and out building. Till land Taylor's Fancy ,
suffering on her part as. her' just WAR SAVINGS DRIVEUp can be hadfor flOO per acre on favorable u

I : .. Harrta. P..t puishment.Do brick term road of r.aym.nt, located two mles online 1lre impottibiKlv of getting help to handle oar bal DHI ,jl fordaf .as 1
_
; ED. O. V-a A.w, ei.tarr mothers of America .
t .. you think the from Ry town. Can get Arttalai'
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; .......... ,. H-. 11 who give their sons so freely to the present time completereports flow Inside of 71 feet depth orovldInir out of the Grocery: Basinets M
i of the result or' he W. S. S. very cheap mvuna of Irrigation '
s We have sold bunch of good stock, but have .
'content with Germany Beat of reasons for aelllna- already a big
rest
._ .. will ever
rri. Rat ( .
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drive of last week are not yet tabulated I. .UI. lt..rk. rroprrtr '
Oaa Copy, On*' Tear...._____..11,0:(: unpunished! Just once suggest to sufficient' WH! HAVE an excellent C"tlnnd, tome more. .
On. Copy Sit -lontha-________ 10( ( however, informationhas Stock Farm containing tOOO acre
Da Copy. Thr.. Months.......... .71. lug mothers that weak-kneed 'politis been received to enable me to arrive fronting beautiful lake, 4 mllo from No chrUtroan Tree or slaughter tale, but a decided redaction in
Mans ire about to make a peace city limit. of Klsalmmee, fiOO n at some conclusions. It. is quiteapparent prices will be made ,
+ All communication except: from ouilhorla.d c with woven wire and Ton ,
.. correapondanta must t l I which will leave rm ny''''unpunl.hI that the "male" element of, fenced. Three good flowing w aisnod by the writer.Rejected ed! My Godl l man you count without home and barn good crops on lams..
matter will not be returned I the corps of solicitors did not make owner !I. a Kansan man. haw (\vother Large Lye Hominy _.d.10 3,Ibs. Cracker Boy Coffee .75
then of the of revenge .. .F
(. ani... called for.Kntered knowledge, powers sacrifice of time and cnn npnre Ihle .n.V.It. ,
I you will arouse in the heartsof any particular or energy us far particulars, and free.. booklet, Quaker Corn! Puffs _'__.._ :.03 Good, Ground Coffee. ___:17%'
Dixie Haarh.VtH
( In the Po.tofflea at Kleelm..e. in this canvas, except in rare instances , lllbviay
I ..., Florida a. a-cond-claaa matter.) .women 1 We give dur sons' to ; therefore the burden fell on fronting! HAV13 a a few S.Iuo miles acre, on stork the IHxj farm". Baby Milk; __d_.._?.._. .05 Brown .Eye Peat-, ______ .10 r

bring Germany not there only until to her she knees has '+the Woman's Home Guard, and this i' Highway from Klaslmmoe, about, 16 Ju.t minutes acrnmi drive th Jail Milk, __._-______.w2/. ,Vienna Sausage., _------ .10. :,fr

\ but tx) keep her her organization appears to "be entitledto street from railroad depot In the Im Tall Pink Salmon,__ ?_ ,?9 Gallon Karo Syrup, ____ ,.89 ,,!!
in far
for her so as on farm frood t\o-stur>
EMf3eRF crimes
I.. paid dpcds could ever be atoned' for by' the greatest, credit lot the resultsobtained. r.rov..m..nt. ..>a .bnngai'nwa, ,' good l>nrnahiidp Matches _. ..___*..--_ .05 Large Slice Pineapple _. .25 1 '"
and stables, electric Ilrehtan"it
.
We indeedto
rl It payment of money., \> : are very glad water works also: a set' of.lmprnv: Large pkg. Wash Powder .05 Uncolored lap Tea ___. .40 .:, '
yo accord the ladies this honor as menu on opposite side of farm, with j'
t Yes, we send our sons to make the I confirms previous opinion that with"out .mallf but ex*rlliit bearing grove,, 6 Laundry Soap __-,.____.25 %! \lb. Chase & Sanbom's. .29 {
'f: world safe, but it will .never be safe Is extra fine mule 'ffirnv: 6 Toilet 2 Rumford Baking Pow'er .25 1
them this would be a very poor where stock O cnn be produced' very Soap ________ ,25
feels that ha has and this of Florida tsth I
German cheap part
until .
1 every world and that. the Woman's HomoGuard "STOCKMAN'S) PA ItAIll Sl8," where 20c: Succotash ________ .15 Chili ,Con Carne _...,. .10 "" ,,'
/ to the cost of all his horror! Get
pay rnttlft feed. on pasture the entiretyear .
qS Pyyo letter dowrt to a few. words and of 'Osceola county is a valuable without extra, feed.> Great V C large Pork & Beam._, ,,15 Hot Tomales.. ___*_ .10 "

Tqr your organization in all war work ac crops of potatoes are prrown on thin B & M Pork and Beans., .10 Okra & Tomatoes. for. .25 '
f PRESS send it by millions of-copies to everyman land; last year potatoes made 01barrels 1
tivities.
The organization of the
14 4 every woman in the .land and women into an -effective working tin!I.I. I. .corn per cow acre,peas alsoflne, ratio and vtlvetbeans other F.ncyHead Rice, .._.___12V B H Apple Jelly 2 for_. .25 I

1, 1\ see what you can doI (' Is due to the efforts of Mrs.. E. E. o crone\ )'are. If grown Interested aucoessfullv you, can buy and Ice Cream Powder. _.:.___ .10 25c Tom Ketchup, -_ .15

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1918 thank God for your courage! Wells, of Kissinunee and In this korsva thl. farm and with 600 head of' cattle for, Minute Gelatin. 3 for_.__ .25 3 prepared Mustard ___. .25 0
I want to see the leaden of public ca..t.rm."otlftlfrl'an.c.: ,
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county organization she holds the title business, a 45 and 3 Macaroni _____ .25 P
I opinion in Germany pay to the 'end- making money. Owner has ."v..ralolh..r Crisco ___:-,____ ..90 __ .__ .
of Major. We salute Major Wells, It
farms and cannot manage
THE UNITED WAR WORKERS'
and that means with their lives-the and her efficient staff, and congratulate all. Write for particular if inter .,
'- penalty of'their guilt ratedntmtlnmmm'u. 10 Cakes of Octagon Soap c
.
The keynote of the United War Chairmen Witherspoon and Bowen Fl-olt Orals cad StorkVersa. '
Yours sincerely .

., Work Conference held in JacksonvilleMonday sounded IDA' M. H. STARR. on the being assistance fortunate of enough the Women's in,having THIS about splendid, one mile property from city Is limit.located of Cash Must Be Paid at the Store.or to the, DclivcryClerkDefc'eriet

and Tuesday, as by J. Starr of' Hope has extra fine hammock:
Mrs. William Kissimmee
the speakers from the 'several ( Home Guard. i land splendid prairie bottom land { 9 to,11 a. m., 4 to 5 p.-i' $2.00 or more in city Emit
or.nl.1 House E.ton. Md.) Companies A and B of K;issimmee In Artesian b.lti .rich black murk Stock this will aH be higher
zations participating:, was that I land and land, every varietyone up now- .
PROGRAM were directly responcible for 'securing might wl.h. There. are 20 or ,
time to stop fighting:among:ourselves :HERE'S THE SEMINAR bearingorange and COME TOTaytor's
aDd concentrate our energies on winning ' Tuesday morning- Sept. 24-FER purchases and pledges for $2016/ more grapefruit acres Prove on this place
value War brtnarlna! Rood returns, besides bestof Closing Out Sale '
: the war. It was stressed that TILIZERS. Some results of Fertilizer maturity Savings Stamps land for farmlnaand trucking,
octal religious and political prejudice Collison during the week. The team directedby I -a. well cattle araslnaThis Is a
E.
experiments ; bonanza pas should not be overlooked. 16; STEWART AYE. .
l only tend to weaken our cause, Phosphoric Add and Potash in Citrus ,Mrs. J. E. Lupfer securing $613; If sufficiently Interested to make

; and should be dropped, at least, till Fertilizers Fruit Bud Development //by Mrs. H. C. Piano $356; by Mrs. Inquiry, we will Klv). you detaileddescription ..
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is That all |S.B. -Aultman $122 and by Mrs. ;1. befbought at a pbalpgaln '. .
the war over. we are in Citrus -B. F. Floyd Address, that can
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0
and favorable terms, and Is 0 OOO : O 0
Prentis It is understood -price on ooooooo o
Americans and our first duty is to ,W. $50. for fine location :
( : 'J. N. Harper; Address, Oswald just what you need a .O .O.O :
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and all it stands for and however, that the work of the latter for n rare.budneu. D I. .lt W. HOTEL AMI CAFE 4P DR. IIOI.MK9I.kel.
the Turlington. hlefi.ttlell
flag I .
Schreiner; Address, J. E. ... 1-krla-d, Florida oCt .... FloridPractice .
I that that duty can best be fulfilled Tuesday afternoon Sept. 24-MAR two is incomplete and it is to be finished WR! HAVE 17000 acres of prairie lAnd .,.> OPEN nAY AND !W Ho liT. OX > I.I.at ted '<. XrarrrI ....+ t;".
this week. Misses Wenner and In a> cattle. farm that ran he sold Inn >l_.... .f \%'.....
f by presenting united front to the i threemiles :MCK ROOMS < 1-00 '
KETS. Loading and Transporting body or can',be divided; lies K.eellevt' .pl..1 F'arllltl.a.OfereSslte .
Sawyer have the credit of securingthe from I } common enemy. A. W.
Florida Fruits and Vegetables individual i4bscription, on a floe beautiful lake ha. (....< Ii.. Tlr-rt MfSct>..v oQo SIX Ka.t Mmlm Ht. '
McKay A Review of the Transports largest fair bulldlnK" "nil Is the place for a 01.e cad le>l-e.re I.-..., IS .
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One good 0. Side Street 4. :
THE MARION COUNTY FAIR same being for $97 ..00.i rood rattle buslnpsn Brass "
Lion Situation, B. L. Hamner; Marketing land fr rrnttl Industry,' alno (coojlsheep OO OOOOO o OOOt .O OOO OOOOOOOnrybody
I The editor of the Gazette ia Indebt- The i Company C of St. Cloud is understood land hogs. or horses. If intercited.
the 1918 Crop, F. L. Skelly; I I
) worthof write: will put you In touch ,
yv ed President R. S. Hall of theMarion State Market Bureau and the Citrus to have during secured the 3500.00 week. Thiscompany with the owner and you can deal I Who It Anybody Advertises Their "Want. in tie Gazette. "

11 County Fair and Agricultural Grower, L. M. Rhodes; Market Information stamps direct. City rroi>erty.HAVR :
Association for an invitation and admission for the Citrus Grower, C. W. has certainly done' splendid WF Rood city property, both -
work and deserves greet commenda furnished and unfurnished. Give usan ---. .
ticket to the! Marion County Chewning. Idea of site house you want to
'1 Fair to be' held at Ocala November 25.- tion. We feel quite sure that ...Capt. buy and we will send you a description -
Wednesday morning Sept of her of something that will suit you. Well Here We Are With the Let Live Prices ;
is
a 19, 20, 21 and 22. DISEASES AND PESTS. The Field (Miss) Murphy very proud We have It at bargain prices;' cangenerally ,
and she has a right to be. be bought on favorableterms
In telling about the fair President J. company
',I l'; Hall gives the following information, ,Testing R. Winton of Copper Citrus Spray Diseases Coatings, H. E. It Is hoped thAt.a report will be of navment.JVKI.HOS IIKAI/TY. COMPANY We are l living, and will let others live. We are not closing out as .
;
< which we offer 'as a "tip" to the management Stevens; 'Some MI.cellaneoulJ.Re.. furnished showing the name of the WANTED-Whlta cook and house some are; we close outevery day and are having a Urge trade, and

{ of our local fair association: sults: ((1) An Effective Method for leader of each soliciting committee" keeper. Apply Valley dinette 18-tf we appreciate the patronage of the people and we will convinceany

.' "At the present time when so many the Control of Mealy Bug, (2) For also the result obtained. It is re- AT A BARGAIN PRICK-Underwood Un- one of this If they will give us. f trial order. Think you we '
condition.
In good .
that Company D of St.Cloud Typewriter
demands are being made .on the financial mulae for Hard Water ,fretted quire 625 Mabbette St.'! 87-tf are still In the ring <
H resources of all It. proves'.theeCIa1 In.ectlcide.1 has not yet completed full organization.
ofOil !
((3)) The Mixing FOR RENT- Nice Furnished House.
that
of the people of, the county (4)) The Kind of Hose to Use for i We, understand; however; Apply to 3. McPhatter. 28-tf
t ri when contributions it will soon become an additional Georgia Cane Syrup Household Ammonia, bot-__ .10

liquidate voluntary a mortgage of $4.000.00'on they Spraying: ((5)) A Standard When Spraying Methodfor : working unit under the direction of, FOR cleared_ SALFEllrht,and under fence acres;;1 11 acres acres In Itt-lb can6lb _______________ .15 Blueing, bottle _____..._._... .05 ;

t. their .Fair Grounds and furnish money Should Determining be Done for Rust Mites, W. I Dr. CU.hMan. as Captain, which of bearing cypress orange timber grove on; 'tract:.000; wortbof four- e'an' ......____:______ .55 Potash large can, .._...... .11

.\ to put same in good phyiscuil con- California course means that St. Cloud will have 10-lb can ,__......-_:..____.._ 1.10 Cal.. Peaches, heavy syrup _e. .25,
W. Yothers The Delphas-
dition., Having done this we cannot tu., Life History; of the Pumpkin' two, very efficient companies( of .the room head of house cattle) and and kitchen.a good bunch AI.o10 of Coal Oil, gallon.....___..___. ,,15 Cal. ,Peaches,. small ........ .14

doubt the attitude of the Marion Bug, J. R. Watson;; Some Present Women's Home Guard., range hog.tool.loose and implements on the range.Farming Lx>-. Tuna Fish, can.___________ .15 Tomatoes, No. 1 'can lOc, 3 foi' .25

-i. ( I county.. .people toward their Fair. and Future Problems! in Disease Control -I Companies A and B of Kissimmeo rated near Kenansvllle. Price suit$(, ;00 B, Black Eye Peas, 13c.,2jfor4; 25 Tomato Pulp. lOc, '3 ,!'r,.... .25 'I
terms to ""
"We are now working a new bas 'In 'Florl \ ,
is.' Organised not fS? (secured pledges to, the,:' amount',,' of Oat' I Small cans 1' i ''-.. .09
corporation Mealpacksge 12
as a Quarantine Work?of the ,State:i Plant FARMERS-Send today for a free sanWjsjple \. ,_: --* ,
profit the stockholder having:donated Board 11', Montgomery f( Jursery' $4,000lisincehtheiri organization,july! !/ copy' of the Florida Farmeil! and BestEvaporated peaches, 17 blaxwelliliolaerCoRee. c-a ,, ,, ..82Cheese"lb
,J J-t ;ji || flratV"making f,the Woman'slSS Hom3 Ss Stockman published; at ,Jacksonville.Telia / ., .::
r their stock to tl.e new association, Inspection as the Second'Line' "of'De' ) about livestock raising, dairying ., ._uu__ __ ___" .35 White, House'.C ffeeT'canT.-- .35 ,

it Is now*truly "The Peoples'' Fair" tense F. M. O'Byrne. Guards?of Osceola .county since worth $10-th
'" in 'a different sense than ever before. Wednesday afternoon. Sept, 25.- 000 to the government ] three years for 100. Only livestock Calumet Baking1' Powder, lOc, Arbuckles -1- .24

The property'will) be held in trust'by LABOR.' Aid that the U. S. Employment date.The 'Major and state.general Write farming today. paper In' the 13c 'and -u_...... .24 Mince Meat plg. .......... .10

a,. board of trustees the same as that Service Can Give the Citrus presence of Fergusontof FOR RENT-Furnished rooms or o Shredded Wheat, pkg uu_. .14 1 Ib can Cocoa ...-___...... .25 '

b of a hospital or church, and the affairs' Grower, W. A. Dopson; Cooperation the British Heavy Artillery duringthe apartments for light' housekeeping, Post Toasties, pkg .___...._ .13 Pie Peaches, __._....__.... .15 1 4

r ., of the association will be conducted B. W. Kilgore; Organization for. week was greatly address enjoyed.at St. Cleud lie In Mr.modern. B. E.,Wells convenient Iteal house Kstate, close and Inurance In.- Graham Crackers )large _.. .15 Chili Con Came, __...-__.____f.12

t by -officers elected by the 'Grove Work, Dr. J. H. Roes; Instances made a splendid Kissim- _.. 116 MabbAtte St. I'honto 142DWRI..I..INQ8 Graham Crackers; small .._ .09 Lunch Tongue ____, ,__._._ .29 t

i board of directors elected annually! of Community Service S. F* during' the afternoon and at the for rent.. Apply to M U. S. Smoking pkg..06\ ; Best Jam large size, _.,... .29. 1

Sy delegates, chosen by the people i mee in the evening although Tiller.FOR Prince Albert : ______ Peanut
Poole; The Advantages Community Kissimmee pkg. __ ,14 Butter, large size... .29
p time allowed him at was
from each precinct. Thus' we 'feel ,Spraying J. R. Watson; The Cooperative SALE-S.c. <>>ndhand Ford cars George Washington, pkg. __ .06 Peanut Butter, small size... .13
tof necessity limited. at attractive\ prices, Osceola Motor
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fully justified in saying from now on Extension Work in Rela- Kissimmee Co. >OT Broadway. Velvet, package ._ Uu ____ ;.10 Octagon Soap 7c., 6 bars___ .40 k

that the Marion" County Fair i. the"People's tion to Community Service A. P. and The St.airplane Cloud Saturday visiting were in the FOR BALE-One Kmerson Typewriter, Renos, pkg. --___--...---__ .06 .Fells sNpthaV bars..._.... .40 i ;.

Fair. We are proud to bet Spencer. model three, visible, as good as now All others, pkg. ___.:__._____ .05 P. G., 6 bar ._______.___--. .40 y

} 'able! .to say this for those interested | Wednesday night Sept. 25.-.Address interest of and.the War ,to Savings be Stamp'. Apply Valley Gaxette. tt. Water ground' Meal Ib_____ .06 Export, bar. _....___-_...-_, .05 t
enjoyablefeature.
campaign proved an
have,.put fourth strenuous effort to lion. Clarence Ousley Assistant Thanks IYOOIH >V'tOIH WOOD!-ftoss Draws'. Fancy Head Rice, lb.---- .12 Ivory, per bar, _______..... .09 1$ e
are hereby extended Wood .Tard Phone! jjg. 87-tf.WILL
o bring about these re vlts. Also we Secretary of the United States the ladies. of Kissimmeewho ; Rumford Baking Powder, Ib. .,28 Grandma's Laundry,, ....... .06

s are proud of, and grateful to; ,the peo- Department of Agriculture. arranged to for the'' informal '. TRADE for country or exchange property city or property stock- Best Salt Bacon, Ib......... .32 Lux Soap pks ....._.....,_l21 I2 ;l

pie of the county, who by their geneemus Thursday morning, Sept. 26.- and entertainment of the reception aviators _of any._ kind. B. C. Miller., 21-tf_ Salmon per can ........... 18) Baking Soda, all next week .09
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liberality have made such con MACHINERY. War Gardens, H. at the Hotel h. Bull Head Catsup; I-ot. 13c 2 '.25 Small package, .......___.- .04
Graystone
1 1fr Serve abroad or serve at home.
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dttions'possible.. Harold Hume; Farm Equipment A. D. G. WAGNER. Charn.an.! Buy War Savings Stamps Eba Milk can ____._...___-* .05 Spur Pickles, bottle, ...__,_ ..15 ;

i P. Yerkes; The Use of Farm Trac- Eagle Milk, ca ______--__._ .22 Sour Piebles, bottle_______ .13 '

'*". MOTHER'S APPEAL' FOR tors 'in Florida, A.: S. Williams; The Mohawks, can ............. .15 Saur Kraut, large can....... .13

GERMANY'S PUNISHMENT Feeding and Care of Mules and Carnation! can ._....__...... .06 Sweet, Pickles, per can..... .29

Horses M. P. Jarnigan The Care St. Charles Apple Jelly 8 _...... .14 #t
FROM: MANUFACTURERS RECORD ; ..' can ........... .06 ozs., .

I i I., September 8. U18. and Repair of Power. Spraying Ma Van Camp's Milk, can ...... '.06 Grape Jell/, 8 or:.. ...... .. .14

jt'j' 'x.eambJ& A--\VUdwood.:: \ N. J.., chine Parts, II. C. Lassen and Arthur TV' A Stupendous Photoplay Pet milk Baby -can......... .06 Jams, 8 o.s. .._._ .._.'___ . 11

26th August. 1918.. Landstreet. Alaga Syrup, gal. ........ 1.15

: 'Mr. Richard, H. Edmonds. Thursday afternoon (Sept. 26.- of tie.most Alaga Syrup, %-gal. ...__. .58 FLOUR. ,
,
, Dear, Slr-I have read TRACTOR DEMONSTRATIONS.. --..* Alaga Syrup, No. 1 _.______ .17 Pillsbury 24-lb _... 1.70 :

t snagnlflcient letter to, Just Senator Lodge your, Friday morning, Sept.: 27. ALLIED Sensational Soldier's Story Alaga Syrup, No. 2 ........ .22 Gold Medal, 24-lb., 1.70 +

WORK. Some Farm Crops for Crisco Colonial 24-lbs. ____._ ..___ 1.70
i t and I want as an American mother, large can .._.-.._._ 1.90 .
..rtitruSoils, II. S. ftfcLendon; The Crisco medium __ _. ..____ ..95 Rising Sun, ,best there,is.... 1.70:

sera Raising of Hog'S"" a CompanionWork Ever Written Crisco smnll,___.... ...... .50 Per pound all .kinds, .'.__.. 7/, $

words; With Citrus Growing O. W. Shorts, 100 Ibs___--________ 2.75 Six pounds substitute to every. 24

ei : your I, too, when I read the peace terms Caswell;' The Feeding and Care of Sweet Feed, 100 Ibs_____-'.. 3.40 pound each >

L of Senator Lodge, felt all the fire in Chickens, N. W. Sanborn; A Cow For Oats, 100 Ibs., _.___________ S.RO/ -- '

trc soul aflame that American Every Home, and Her Care. C. L. .....Corn, 100 Ibs., 4.00 DRUGS. '-
my' an ------------ :<
Willoughby Friendly Agencies in the Sulphur 1 ,, package ....... .05 f,
; Velvet Bean --
One
as should auggest a plan by which Ger. Story of Meal---______ 2.30! h

1" ;, liany ,should be allowed to go scot Citrus Grove, E.. W. Berger. Alfalfa Meal.. ___:,'____..__.. 2.80 Blue Label Vaseline, bot -. .05 '

\free,with no indemnity no great lesson Subscribe for the Gazette $2 yearly Life in the Trenches Minced Ham, Ib '.__..._..., .30 Turpentine, .bottle ...-....... .10 '

to the German people in the loss Potted Ham, Libby's, -____-_ .05 Caster Oil, botUs ___-_...-- .10,

;'r. of their personal property-which is :NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Oil Sausage, Ib., _____1:__-_ .80 Castoria, bottle ,__-.____... -80 ,

a the-only means of affecting a German Drparl-uiat, .1 the. ...!trlor. that bat touched every response Vienna Sausage, Libby's, can .10 Epsom Salts, box ........... '.05
-and: call it the Vienna Sa-sage Libbv's :.11 Camphor bottle ..__-...._., ',.10 '
quits simply by restoration XT. S Land Office, at Gainesville, Fla., can Salts .
S.pt.. 14. 1>18. Corn box -------.- .05
.x, of' violated countries. Notice U hereby' given that CharlesB. ive soul ia America Beef Hash, can ISc, 2.. .26 Quinine Tablets, box.'....... '.15 7 i\\:

I pray to God that you will contin- May. Hanael 8 1117, of Kl-almmee.made Homestead Fla.. who Entry.on Sergt. Arthur Guy Empey inVitagraph's I Beef, pork and Veal Loaf, ca '.oAlJ Other Things' Accordingly" r

u.' to repeat your message, with all No. otino '.tor Lot 2. Section 14, and ]Master production ,
Lot 1 of Section 22. Town.hip .. 8.
all the and *
i f the persistence and power Range to K. Tallahaaee Meridian has *Over the Top.- EVERYBODY INVITED TO INSPECT .OUR SANITARY STORE I
r .it, the,force of which'you are capaJjls filed notice of Intention to make Commutation AND
M. P : -- GET PRICES. Our Motto tat ,
Proof to eetabllab claim to>> Cordiality It ox. to the
,to tarry out 'your idea, that to the land above described before Cleric pOund and 100 Cents on the Dollar.: ,
the last dollar Germany the debt Circuit Court at Kl.almm ., Florida, Ho.Casino OUT OF },
pay TOWN ORDERS SHIPPED
SAME
on the 15th day of October, 1811 Theater KissinittieeM DAY
top Belgium aDd Poland and to all the Clalman names a* _Itu......: : ;

1. t "'world 1 for her','ghastly crimes and J.J., R.T. Baaa Ba... oC of Klaelmmee Klealmmee.,. Florida.J. Florida.. .ay Sep a7 GUT PRICE '
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t. (" ctht if .it takes centuries. t. do this L. Wlloox:, of Klaalraraee, Florida. CASH tJROCERY. ..
Wm. Jeeel
? .. /.h.unst; go' on.then" 'Into the _nJcaani mea, ,Florida., 'McClelland. .Of KlMlm- One( Day'Only) Melts SOc, OuUrci 25c, Isclndisf War.Tax I Phone 422 .
HOST. W. DAVIS.' 141 Broadway
) ./, ; taratvlth pier ''feead in the .-O.U. ,:. _ J\.I.t. '
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r' ":. . Children's, .. .. White Tennis Shoes; just the thing for school, $1:011and: ,: $1.75 .

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'Sheriff L. H.. Ingram-spent SundayIn John Wilder, Vernon Woodall, MiltonA. ,
I I INTERESTING
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, LOCAL ITEMS I Lakeland. .. Hughy, E. L. Fennell, Embry La. 'jl''
Martin, Mrs. R. K Weaver.
Every lady should wear Martha .'
.........o.o..oo.i.... ... I If your eye give you trouble, use Washington Shoes. F. JI. Lawson. 1

Lavoptik, 60 cents at Central Drug O. R. Brooks, firmer flagman on' NOTICE. .

} i Weather Report : j ji Store. C the Midland, is' now employed,, on the Mrs.' J. T. Burckhalter, chairmanof
the Woman's '
< i i B. E. Hailey and family returned main line. Liberty Loan Committee -

Wednesday from North Carolina} ; after .J. C. Swindell and Prof. Bailey of ( for Osceola county, 'requeststhe

: Following are daily temperatures a two weeks vacation. Lakeland, were the..guests last Fri. the''following Hart Memorial committees to meet 'at.

i. and precipitations as re- For Rent-Two furnished #flats, day night of C. H. FunK. Tuesday. afternoon +. .T .r 1..
,,, ported by Government station with modern''conveniences. W. B. Mrs. at 4:80 o'clqck.
S. L. taken the
Lupfer to
was
!A: at Kinslmmee to- the week end Christian Church-y-Mrs. W. H.
i !ing Thursday, Sept. 19th. Harris, Gazette effice. 88-f. Gordon Keller Hospital'at Tampa Coleman, Mrs.: Julius Smith, Mrs. S. 7 A Ad23 u
,'If-, .1'' Ma,*. MIn. Rain Capt. C. E. Hyde, of the Midland, last Friday where she has been so B. Aultman, Miss Ellz beth Aultman. I 1

J I! Thursday, .*.,. 80 71 2.07 ,!g taking a vacation with his' familyat seriously 'ill 'that! for a few days her'life Baptist Church-Miss Ines Carson,

.1 : Friday, ?.-..-- 90 67k Miami(and other: points. was despaired We are pleasedto Mist Ethel Gilbert, Mrs. A A. Wim-

r Saturday, ... 90 72 Bert Wells, Harold Hertzberg and note that she-has since rallied' and pie, Mrs.. J. E. Lupfer, Mrs. Belle THE CONVENIENT, BED DAVENPORT is deseed to play a dui

. 'f Sunday, ......; 92 '6 9,..29 .Wm. Arnold left Sunday for 'the Is now improving.: Modie. '. role, to lead a sort of Dr. Jekyll: aid Mr. Hyde existence.
Monday, .....:: 92 69 State University! at, .Gainesville. Ladies before :buying', ;.you should Presbyterian Church-Mrs.. With.

Tuesday ...... 92 70 Buy your New Edison before Octo come in and see my Martha Washington erspoon, Mrs.. J.:' W. Miller,!Mrs. W. Posing as an elegant ornamental and practical article by day, M may
'' Wednesday ... 90 72 line Shoes, Pumps and Slippers,,.JB. Makinson Miss
ber lat, and save money. Central ; Medora Russell, at night by e simple and convenient. metamorphosis be transformedInto
HS tore. C .they are'something good. F. H., Law. Mrs. Skinner. .
i ...t.tO.o ooo.O.ooo.otooD. Drug : a luxuriant bed.af feeding the. means of refreshing,restful sleep.:!
son.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 'P. Fox and partyof Episcopal Church-Mrs. S. H. Bullock -
b Mrs., Henry Buttorff arrived in the Miss Marion Porter, Mrs. Gay '',
V. D. Underwear at old time frlendll,-all of Tampa, motored to THE BED DAVENPORT '
'
city last Saturday to spend sometime Livingston. .
C y prices, $100 a suit. F. H. Lawson.. Klsimmee Sunday, for the day. here with her husband's Barents Methodist Church-Mrs. L., H. In Is an economical. and convenient luxury, and should be In every home.

S. J. Entrikin, of Narcoossee,sp'ept The latest styles in' Jililinery will Mr, and Mrs P. C. Buttorff.iMra. gram, Mrs. J..Z. Roberson, Mrs. Lane I
be shown at the Fall Opening of the
Tuesday' in the city. ) . Buttorff's husband enlisted a Paulk, Mrs. G. W. Persons, Mrs. Jno. 'C. H. GRANTHAM."Tt .
Bon Tor.lI.t Shop, Friday, Sept. 27
T. G. Duke and his two small few Bronson Mrs. H. Summers and
sons 'months ago in the U. S. Marine , Cv ; .. ,.
', spent Sunday in Haines City. Z. Bass went Jto Arcadia Mondayon Corps 'and {improbably, now on.his Mrs. Brlggs. SatUfactory

See, the sensational feature, "War'sWomen legal business-'and ,departed for way, yo France! ....- Catholic Church-Mrs: A. TressT

," at the, Casino today. \ v Tallahassee affairs.. yesterday on other: legal Miss Frances Tress,, MrsT* Hartnett, Sion".i

J. T.' .TindaJl' of Narcoosoee, DEATH OF A NONAGENTRIAN... Mrs. Crowder: ,
Would like'to buy good Ford Christian Science Mrs.
a car. I Burrows,
transacted business in town Wednee'day. Mrs. E. G.I Agnew received
Vans
.. Must ., Hj Lawson Kissimmee a
be.che.p. F. ; ., Miss Kenton and Mrs. A. Remington
Fla.. telegram Sunday from her-moth. Smith. i
Ladle and Men's Rain Coats at er, Mrsl E. L. Livermore, of Lebanon,
home MRS. E. E. WELLS, Publicity Ch'm.
is
No complete without a Stock of
old time prices. Come'and see them. Conn.,which gave the sad news of the Complete

Sure you will buy.F' IL Lawson.'! New Edison, "The Phonograph Witha death of her father, lIon. N. B. Williams NAMES TO BE ADDED .
'
Soul. For- sale by' Central Drug .
at the advanced of1 97
George McClure has returned to age
Store. S COUNTY ROLL OF OR
his old position as Express Messenger years. ',"'.
Miss Nellie McQuarrie returned.
on the Midland. | The following names were handedIn DOUGLASSHigh
Saturday to take up her duties as SERVICE FLAG PRESENTATIONAT
i t V "The Great Love," Griffith's great too late for publication with the
Domestic Science Teacher in the
mrstcf piece, will be shown at the school. THE; BAPTIST CHURCHAt regular county Roll of Honor, published .
Casino November 8th; I on another page of this Issue: '

Howard Bass, who has been In the Dr. and MrSk J. P. Getten motoredup .the Baptist church last Sundayevening Private '0. F-+ Hancock, Co. K., (84)) Top Shoes for' ,Men
from Lakeland Saturday on a visit a very interesting and impressive 3rd Prou. Regst., 156 Depot Brl-
Naval Reserve at Key West for home J grade, Camp Jackson, S. C
to the Sandersons, returning Monday ceremony was held, when
time, has been assigned! to the.Signal C Joseph Lee .Enge. Navy.
evening.All the service flag for that church, containing in
Corps. Francis Brown, France.
the ladies are cordially< invited forty stars, was presented. Elmer Ide, Co. G, 149 Inf., Camp
Paul' Blackwell left Sunday night to attend our Fall Millinery Opening The program as published in last Shelby Miss.
H. STANFORD CO.
,- for Gainesville, to'enter the Unlver-j on Friday, Sept. 27th., Bon Ton Hat week's Gazette was carried outin John Hardy Walker, Jr., with A. E.
city of Floridc. Mr. Blackwell will Shop. full and the music and recitations F., In France. '
continue his studies in the Electrical were splendidly rendered. '*JH6n. Leon Estey, Marine, Paris Island.S.C.
,
Miss Cleo Wooldridge, of Sneads, Theodore Elite)', in the Canadian Army
Engineering: Department. C. A.,,Carllon,made the press ." '
returned Friday to continue her work
The subjects of sermons at the entation' address, in which he eloquently Horace Barclay, dead.
i teacher of the Sixth' Grade in the
v Christian'church next Sunday will l '''portrayed the part :America Robert Barclay, in France.
High School.
bel At ,11 a. m:, "Personal Element is playing In the great conflict, and Walter Barclay.
Capt. H. M. Breaker has j just/sold Alfle Johns. The' Wall tHat Protects Y O'U'l'
.tn. Salvation; at 7:30? p m., "Gnats praised the loyalty of our local,boys Joseph Crosbie;
a the Brock place of seven 'acres' $in the
C.melll-Mat.. 23:24. who have
bravely gone forth to bat Hubert Harvey.
T Virginia Dare Dresses, made In U, west r1\\ part of town to Dominic tle. He read the following list of E..C. Duesbury. 4'' T 1a. the wall'of- your* horn
: ,
-IS. A:, in beautiful profussion, will be Gig-liotte, of Pennsylvania. names of those who 'represent the Foster' Newton. ,a p a 'Never con alu your ambl.
We have god stock and fruit farms Fred John Roberts. tlon Mtlfld until you own
on exhibition a4 our Opening Friday, stars on the"service" flag: Frank Brice- '4aah.' .M ?t :.
3ept. 27th. Bon Ton Hat Shop.,, I"itead our advertisement In the Classified Thos. Arnold, E, C. Bryan,.Nathan Colqred. your bofn\ It Is a shelter

Miss Myrtle Carraway will ,leave: list; wrjte for information. Nelson Bryan! T, E. Bowen, Howard Bass, Bery Short. w for ,you and yours, and. "be r

Monday morning for St. Augustine, Realty Company. Dan Barber, Josh Barber, B. F. Cobb, J. II. Loman. it ever, so humble tb...'.,no F

r where she will teach this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bass left Mondayfor ;Jr., M. B. Carson, N. l B,: Carson, Jr., Ed. Simonds. place like home." We will; '

Before school she expects to Macon- and Cbrdele, Ga., for a two Vnne B.. Carson, Eddie Duke, Marion Ernest Wi llama.. be glad, to sell you a line
opens -
visit friends in Jacksonville ,Bayard week's vacation. Mrs. Fortemberry Former, Dr.. H. S. Geiger, Roy C. ADVERTISED,;LETTERS house, or the slrhtbn'rhlch

and ; \:"' ..' '. ' will return home with them.* Graven; George W.--Harmon; Lee L. I Advertised list for;the, two weeksending to build one. W* buy, sell
Sa1'1p80Y1
/' ,,,,,-.1 r .- . W. F.,Ward, resident..manager! for Hobbs, Jas. H. Hilliard, Fit. Johns, : Sept. 80, 1918:,"i';- <* and .xchansV town ',land
of Millinery
Attend our, F.n. Opening;* .-} the Kissimmee Island Cattle Company .Robert Johns, Loyal Lane, James I Baker, Miss Grade; Fleming, k country 'property,. and., you
and Ready-to-Wea1'on I Friday
is spending today looking' after Matheny; Thos. 'W Miller, Edward Dock:;' Gantt, C. Y.{ Gantt, 'Clifford; will And us; convenient! peo. ,
M 27th and Virginia Dare
Sept.Dresses-made, in see U.our,S., A.; Bon Ton business matters in Kissimmee.Six Newton, Sam Prather, Wm., Roy Godwin, Marian; Kink, J. J.; Roberts, .. pi* to know.; '
Prentiss Joe Prevail, Jennings .Pre- Mrs.: Rebecca Sutton\ Margaret '
; ; '
Hat Shop. Room House and nearly two BREAKER REALTY COMPANY
d rich land flowing well vatt, Robert Lee Speir, W. J1. Steed, Thomas, Laura;; Thorrtton, O. 'M.;
acres good ,
Mr, and Mrs. W, B. Crawford and fine for strawberries, better buy this. Wm. Frank .Button, Robert Woodall, Thopson, Miss Maggie; Waste, Mrs. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
eon, Bloxhani, returned Saturday John F. ,Woodall, Bemory Whiddcn, Irene.;' B. B. Slmpson.Postmallter.
'" from Jacksonville. Mrs, Crawford is Only- $1850. Nelson Realty Co. .
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l. ,t: considerably improved in health, but Mr. and Mrs. J. Richardson have
will -sti11\ be confined to the house for left for;;>;Arkansaw and Missouri, to .t. r "

,a few weeks., visit their children and friends, and ,

I Only 10 more days till we will advance will return in about two'months. Pall Opening of'Millineryand

and Airs.{ J. E. Davis who have
Mr.
; i,. our price on Edison Phonographs -, ,
l due to increased revenue and been visiting: In Youngstown, Ohio,,
'.. factory costs. Buy now and save 10 Sharon, Pa., and St' Louis!!, are expected Ready to 'Wear t

'e per cent. Central ,Drug Store. home about the end of the .

j* Mrs. H. M. Breaker Sa i .expected to week.

return home e'arty': next week. She 01' Misses Orphio Rose, Amy Makin.

was suddenly called away last week son, Margaret Stanford, Gussie and 27
o naccount of the death of her daugh. Grace Winntilef\ Monday night for: Friday, September : 4V

ter-Inlaw, Mrs. Clem W. Breaker. the Florida State College for Women, .

Captain Breaker will .probably meet ''at Tallahassee.A .. \

her in Jacksonville with his car S, Nelson, who has been confined .
J ,
are Beautiful bungalow home with five to his bed for the past ten days I ,
Jh ''large airy rooms, homelike\ and comfortable 'with an attack of erysipelas! Is now / '

ft most nicely furnished, will improving and expects to be up and When you

",' sell for Three Thousand Dollars' 'or about again next :week. BON TON HA T SHOP want NumberOneDrugs

th close in '. ,
1'entf1n. season; on paved .
Gus Paulk, of Cairo, Ga., spent a
street. Nelson Realty Company; few days here this week visiting the ", and Drag ,Store Thing w'

Miss Ines Carson, Mri. N. C. Bryan ;,family of his brother, W. L. Paulk. Exclusive Agent for ,( .

C. 'Carson, Jr., and W. B. Harr : He was accompanied by A. L. Millerand ,' call
rls attended the conference of United VIRGINIA .DARE DRESSES ,
Mr. Stokes, also of Cairo, on '

.!', day War and Workers TU4lIday."Tihe In Jacksonville trip was made Mon- II. H. C. Stanford has been appointed 'MaJ., in if." S, A. Us "

by, automobile, with Mis Inez Carson I county chairman for the* National ". .
War Works Council, and has appointed -
as driver} leaving Kissimmee Sunday
I J. E. Lupfer, secretary, and ,
night jUllt'.Cter 12 o'clock and arriving -
in Jacksonville at 8:30. The par Geo. M. Taylor; treasurer Chairmen +OOHOOUoo ootoO O uooo.0 0 000 OOOOt oiu..u.ooooW: -
,of.other war work committees; ex- '
'
ty returnedhome Wednesday. NURSE'SA
officio members of--the council. THE CENTRAL'S Y :
r 'We have a fine little Two, Acre ..
k D. G. WAGNERReal .
Farm Just outside the city, plowed Miss Binia'';Smith returned!! home You cannot get any'but first quality dr'Ogsyandthings

ready, for farming; can provide you ,Saturday from Tallahassee, where \ from us. We never .put any"6ther kind Into ,'.
}i with any sort of 'a Florida home or she had been 'for the past two weeks store.
*', investment. Our motto is to please (attending, the,' War College for Women Estate and Insurance Agency i our ,

M Nelson Realty Company. .* and a: rneeting of State'agents. .: By carefully safeguarding the health of our

The 'Epwbrth League of St. Cloud She left Wednesday morning for Citizens Bank Building. Telephone No. 30. : established '' I
work'in customers have Our
Kissimmee Whittier to look after' her we ,a' reputation. ,
and his-many (friends in, v' Kiuimmee Fla. : "
+ ; 'are 'giving Vent.- '.Tames Huffman'a" that section. < REPRESENTING '' : customers'believe In us; they know. our',medicines,, '
.
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.poet card shower honor 'of his Luke Brinley, of 412 Mmbbctte. St., '
inj! and drug store things are Al. "u
'r birthday artivenay.which) occurs on died' suddenly at his home yesterday E. .A..,Strout .Farm:Agency; maintaining big'seneral offices in New' : ... ., '

a November 9th. The 'cards must be ,evening 'about 6."o'clock. Mr. Brin- .;.York, Philadelphia' Boston,, Chicago': and. otber',cities for ,the convenience , : ,Give.us your trade and you too, will. soon. learn.. ,

enclosed in an envelope and forwarded ley.whawasa: : G. A. R.. veteran, ; of home seekers.. I i'youwish to'sell.,''wnte me '.at "on e. '' : to KNOW It Is right-when It comes from us. *
'
by the' first of October if they moved to; this city several month ago. you pay'no fee of an,.. kind unless we 'sell your.-property.. No charges : .,

reach their destination ,in time. The He leave*' a wife and one:daughter; for,fitting withdrawing or.advertising. s : Central 'Store t : '
correct' address is: Second Lieut.. Funeral service's will, be,held at the 'W .Drug J' .. :
also the New York Life Insurance Company: :
represent ,
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;
:James M.' Huffman, 8 Battalion Headquarters I family residence at 4 o'clock this afternoon
.. : interment, at and the Ocean,Accident-.nd Health Ihiurance. : The Suture Deal Place > ,Phone 41, :; < ..
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Company'x. 4 U, S.,Inf., A.E..T 'followed ;)by : .. . ::- ..

: ,. >!' New" rk;, 't. ..' ;Rosehill cemetery.. ,'&J .. ,I. oh-' .oo..o..o..oo... ..."........o..o..ooo'0".0 "". "M..O"".."'. oo.o. .o..o."U""O'O oo : ,;

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w ..J'I, THE C1SSIMMEC: V .. .EYc.uun.; FRIDAY, .SEPTEMBER 20. 1918. Illrot 4

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,Proceedings: of I =v!- .. -L1
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.'l . THE-FORUM [
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'j": the SchoolBoarc. :* ,r" \
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Wash '-,*-.f' .
Editor Valley] GasettO-.The statement
:
t Kissimmee, Fla., -Sept. 2, 1918.
The board of public injunction met tte Socks Too \' ,. When .T by 'one.of the city officials in:.'""

Y. r 1. recent issue .cf the
Kelt With GRANDMA Valley Gacetfcsy: f .
in regular session, there being present .
that "water and light rates
:;;' W.. C. Bass, chairman, W R. Lanier Make them soft and fluCyGRANDMA. ; are lower -; ,
in Kiisimmee than
; and J. H. Balsden, (also C. E. .. No rosin! in / Grandma in other citf..l "
does not applly to other cities '
: owning
to shrink
Yowell county superintendent, andJ. them and make +' A -

S. Cadet, attorney: for' the. board them stiff and hard municipal plants.
: The rates in other cities with pu4*
KM GRANDMA
:, Bchool Financial. Fund tatcmept for the of month the County ending fit ....... west.sere > Comes (Vately owned plants are universally '
t f4y(
.Autru.t 31, 191StIIICNSi1AL e4Kks., \ higher than in those with municipal
SCHOOL VVVn.
I I Balance on. hand la.t report14708 # V plants, necessarily-, ,as private .
i To receipts' during month, ---. 810.4v V C the DM plants are run primarily; for' divi., .,

8J1SS7"Warrants 1 Y I dends.KUsimmee.

Issued during mo'$.-11287,0 .has a municipal plant sA

'Balance on hand A UR'. 1, 1918_ J8S229: with, rates as high as some private
"' l-t rhool Ml.tflet Mo. I.Ilnl ""i' .1 1
'on hand from le.l rrport.l *74.11 '-""' 'V-.t" ThlustFIy plants, but where are the dividends
I To rocelpt during month .n_ Ii.0 a ._. :'.:' ,'''\"' \\ \ I,1,,, I have data f1-onn'about'' a dozen cities,.,

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1 4111." ." < "" and of those owning municipal plants,
Warrant Issued 'd'urlng' mo'h.>> ..7JBal <( ,' .
.
', ,: .,\ the rates run from 3 cents per I{.,, W, 'I
on hand Aug. 1,1m---f U6.U. ; ." in the mOISt efficiently managed T '"
1 IOub-.1 ' ::'>. [/:!!-, \,' ; : ,, ,
hand. from last report,_f2611.114 lV. cents under less efficiency/ or
Ant on ; ; : '. more 1
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during month__...i .0Bal. : '
li'X. .
To receipts 1
: \ expensive; conditions, Jacksonville--

: on hand Aug. 81 1 18.__,- 2U.1I2 .. ,: ',;,,; : ," ,': ,. ',: has a 7 cent rate; Lakeland' has a -";!
No. a .:
Nat-Nrbaol l lllMHrt rr.\'I"; '' ,
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.port.ITU.llt ,.' ' .. flat rate of 50 cents for offices fl.OttSL; '"
Bn.1 611 hand from last : ;,: ,1 :df ': $
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To receiptsduring month*.." 368.30___ ?II'I, \,'.""" .. flat rate for 'residences, no' deposits "1-
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18t.24 , \ ." V required. At a 7, cent rate, $l.Go. .1:{
Issued, dulngr mo'h.$00.1433a1. ', : '
Warrants : ; ;
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'i" ) I. would pay for a: little over 14 kilo-

on hand Aug: Jl. 1818__ .U2.10. ,,' "\ Fh '" : watts. Here in Kissimmee, the coatof "r;
: t 10..10..1 !)1.CrI..t No..a. ,ti1rj, i\ ': ' .i ,i, ,
,report.$89.21 '\,! :,,, ., I 14 kilowatts would be
Bal on hand form last l $1.48H, Ia
...... & 'kfJ! 1M". ",'" I" '" .
To .receipts1, during month + i .) ;\fj: 11f; I, ':"t, \';," $1.40 being-for light and .8% cent, ,
,'," 01\\ -<<" '
'f8ll.81 V 1 '. j interest per month lost on the deposit ,
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,Warrants: Issued during }rnonth. 8.00' . .' \11!, r, :; ;i . I exacted. So far aa I know this is the .f%!

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.11II.b.iOI..h..ol << I'd'.
DI.trlpt' N. e. :t '; ''V' -only municipal plant in ,the 'United ,,'
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Bal on hand { SI. 1'l8--r' States ,where such a deposit is exacted. -
Warrant.were xamined/ and cancelled -, ,' .
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., In open session, a. tonowa' ", 1 ."
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V School $235T.1\8. '
neneral Kund. '
11"vJ Ono.tqwn' has a rate of 7V4- cents
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M 70. '
District No.1.
Ruh-Rchool Bub-Hchool Plstrct lilstrict! No.2". NoneHubHehool 11104.14.. ''i"'i"1 . 4 ,:, I' to small' consumers, ,4 eents''to, large '
No. S.
Pub-School) District No. Ii, 18t/0. '. '". "j\'\ ones, for light, two cents for cooking..

1 Bills were approved and, warrantC ,,' ,\'" . ,\ ",',",\,,, t"now.: ,
hued ce ;
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(.1':111"1.: S'JlOOL FUN) "' "So . "'1' per month, would pay 30 cents. ,Here' ,,,1

o. C W..'H C.. Yowel.Bass. M' sal B supt P.I._,,_____.._._-_-_-_.._.
W. R Uanler M, B P. I.J -._____ II.CO. g ': ,, ': V < 8V4 cents interest lost on deposit.) \J

::J. B H. Cndel.Balsden sal aly forboard.P. I. .- 134.41 12.410 . ' These are the prices here at the )

.. Presbyterian church rent-----' 11.31 I"r: .'. i) \ time but I informed that ;,
present am
Bratton CJulce. rent ________ POsceola '., ". ; '
supplies 71.10J ," I' ,Il, .,' when Representative' in
Hardware Co. .'. r, )I"'f ' your present
I. .
M rep, 1\14,641. ,! " "" q "
: I
ooper.crepulrogehn1 \ 'j" } Congress, Mr. Sears chairman6f
U M.' ...__ 10,4111 IT< J.'t.,1 ; + was
Miss Rhea rherlgo. of.*< work__ 15./0/ ,' '1'' the light committee, the cost to ;
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l'f.Il"y/: ; \> /MI" ."
A W.: R*: Drousrht.C dro rfn Co.' :'n'supplies:,.. _____ n.g: '.6 : ' ," ., .,'",," .-:,,'" the small consumer was less' than ."

Carson Farmer, Insurance, ---- II.* Robt. Reldel repairs, __n____'_ 1.60 .
11 M. Tiller Insurance, _____._____ 46.'U; , time this plant paid a surplus into

"r Miss Valley Christine Oasctte,Ivey printing..al. erh-2.on__ 1111.(111 lI.flO : and LargerSize the city treasury. "j

i I Miss Eva Nlswoniter, sal sch 3_ 8.00tie. Package '
Should I buy here and become a ;
) rattle Huff sal sch 18-___ 1111 Oil
Miss Myra Hodges, sal sch 9.::_ BS.tinA voter, I will certainly work for the ,Ij
..A. Knight. sal sen 18.______ 7S fI" /
Mr. A. A. Knight, sal schlS.. 6000 "(epeal of any ordinances which ore
Mrs J. H. 8teffe-. sal sch 16.___ 65.Jip now hindering the more itpld devel-
Rhoda r.ucas. cal sch 8.--- 6RM
Mrs
A. Johnson,' sal sch 25._.____ 411.041( opment of your city, and for the pre-<
flee Fannie Addison sal ech.21 ,611.00( vention of come waste under which

U Miss I* Edith JIswonger,40 sal___schSS_____ 511CIII 411.011 Dirt Just Rolls OutV you cannot make a favorable showing
O. Woodall.. labor _______u 12,JO !, '
P. Panders< rent ________-,-_ 400 l of municipal statistics :w
s" Kt Cloud Tribune. No. of EX.___ 2.0' E. A. HEYWOOD.v
Willie Howard labor, ._______. .., .4(111 V
H. H. I). No. 1 fund.Miss .
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Christine IVIf). sal sch 2 ,1000Mrs ,
Rhode Lucas sal sch 8____ 111,4111 '. KISSIMMEE MAN RE. '
Miss Myra lodges, sal sch 9____ 1O,CIO
,Ki-nole Chem Co., supplies, ___ 2<>.SB JOICES DAUGHTER CAN
I E. C. Bass.l. repairs. _____._____ 81.(0H. .
e. I). :>.. S F..d. r RESUME .STUDIES-
T. L, Jordon sal sch IS., _______ 25.00
,Mrs A A. Knight, sal sc>, 18._. 10.J)('
Mrs. LoUie Huff sal sch IR____ 10.<" J. "Everything my little 12-year old
Btat Hank order B A. Quy.lS- 1011.011
,4. C.> Lu Randy, commissions, 1.52 \ the dirt. Grandma sees to girl ate distressed her; even 'a glassof Of
e 13. D Kat list of voters_-_::::: 10:00H. OUT goes water would her 'to
r H. I>. Mo. a K..dB < cause belot'i
P. Kats. list of voters. _____ 10.00 '. Those gas and she was unable to go td ;,

A The .following by the board teachers: , were appointed , \ . great, big, bubbling, r school for' nearly a year.. I, bougbt.bel' ,

I J-Mrs. Evelyn Hall. School. No. 12, : a bottle of Mayr's Wonderful ,
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Creek.Mlee, <:Mrsf"eH.. : Steffee' School, No. 15,.'Bull " *" ,, ".,, ''''I. . ...; ,cleansing Grandma, suds just surge ." .: ,:" Remedy, and since taking it she is. fA
,rfdna. Schwelkart rrlniary. u ,eating us out of house and home- .
Xla.h'lIneo.. ',,'. .. .'''AA/:,I" s; through; the.clothes- and not a and is attending school again."It is a' ;;.'
{" i :; !' ', '(\' :i:! '!'J t ; itgjo'cliintJcan .'0 .
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'" '"Tbe1countysuperintendent was instructed f.... '0;." simple, harmless preparation that removes w

|tofillallvacancies[ 1 in they stayNo'rubb: ;' ,the catz-rrhal mucus from.the.:./.'

:y schools'as'soon'aa"the teachers couldbe I" . ". t."", l11g' 'necessaryGRANDMA'S !, .. intestinal tract and allays'''the inflam-'*. ?;

secured.,, ")\ . ''\\'i. .. mation which causes practically; alt "

James SapTras( appointed Janitor ... 'c;) stomach, liver,. and intestinal ailments 'S''e. (

of the St. Cloud school in the place including ,appendicitis. One -'; I

x adding to his salary' as attendanceofficer. dose will convince, or money; 're "'.,";'.

funded./'J. Z.. Roberson; druggist. :
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CHILD WELFARE. '
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wa, the board adjourned to meet October i ...' ', V .
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7th, 1918.WOMAN'S. V ," : ,.;,!p} I,"! ,,...\, 'j ," The ,State Board of Health at its last ;l :

...,1" V meeting created a Bureau of Educa- .r

CASE V I. V tion and Child Welfare. Child welfare ::

+ STARTLES KISSIMMEE work will be' the chief feature of this

fi V department as- it I Is 'well known( that
. I
. Powdered SOAP i
r A business man's wife could not ,}\
U ,' the educational features of the State
read or sew without sharp pain in \
no
her For her :
were
eyes. years eyes ,-- ''';''' ;! ---
read and weak. Finally she tried PI" 'I o\IofO" ,, : department, but play; an, impor-
wash. The result I ::, ,; "
pure Lavoptik eye ', ,' "' tant role in all departments.It .

small of ONE bottle application Lavoptik astonished'is guaranteed her; A ';:{ ;r'',:' Just sprinkle Grandma in the tub and then, like I, :::..S! j'" sanitation has been and education frequently said hand that.inhand VV

to benefit EVERY CASE weak, strain- t V ; go
," ed or inflamed eyes. ONE WASH ; ,white magic millions of glorious suds in an instant'I;: and that sanitation is a question

f will startle with its quick results. __ . . : of education; be that as' it may, we \. "'g
L Aluminum eye cup FREE.' Central ;;1 Y",", 'It's wonderful how Grandma does the work. It .... ': ': <' ] \ I believe that if the proper Information Ialong

,Drug Store.GAZETTE .- I makes no difference if the water is hard, soft, hot or .J ; :: ; : V. V to the hygenic people and and sanitary they once lines under gets''.


( FIRSt ATTRACTEDHIM : cold, the result is always the same. Grandma is the '. : stand that it.is for there, welfare and
FLORIDA
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TO SUNNY their children's. welfare, 'they will

j -LaFallette Tenn. ./ greatest "all round" household soap of the age-it's .\ give us their support and cooperation
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", Kissimmee Valley Gazette, Kissim* ,. ,/ powdered: No chipping or slicing. No whole'. bars ",' .. .?,' .' ;r No.in health public department health work.can succeed, rH

mee, Fla.: wasting when Grandma is hand. ': without'a certain amount, of cooperation '
Thru the kidness of some friendI away on. '
'" by the people, hence the importtance
., was the recipient this morning of f, , .
'; .of getting certain information"before
;' l' ,a'copy: of your weekly paper, T ?i I r :: the people. Child Welfare,

In acknowledging receipt of your f'! k' cork as a special department of the"I

w paper, wish to return my sincere Try this Powdered Soap Today State Board of Health is a new departure

thanks to the donor, and especiallythe .
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.j . and it is expected to accomplish -*
+ editor, for it through your paper I much goods

that I was first attracted' to Sunny .,
d The State Board of Health hopes
; Florida. that in creating this department,and'
''j .Me and my companion spent the o placing a competent physician at its ahead
V winter of 1915 and I had the pleasure
L. ; it will be-the means of'helping;'
i of spending a few weeks there in Your 'GrocerHas It!!
this state reach her quota in 'saving:
I ; 1916, and but for the fact that I had the lives of one hundred thousand''

left my companion at home, we might children in the United States in 'one'
jiave been there yet. '
. ..: year, ad that all children '..wiu.be. '
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I must that the good people of _
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greatly benefitted. It is results that,

.,f' YOUR FACE IS TOUR FORTUNE Kissimmee' and the country surrounding l lette, only; until this cruel war is over habit' your lovely country. you will find space for this note that count and. good, results is what .the
Hea1tbdesires
I"* ,A thousand people look at J'01IJ'tace that 'place, including the 'Barton Thence when the ,allied armies, including Yes, we .!have always '
}. {hustle' one glances at TOUT feet-j.t-' Lake community win always have a ,, 'those from' Tennessee' and spend a few weeks with our old comrades Barton will know how we feel toward '

} ,;( ;:yo: a spend mosey to keep your shoes warm place in my. heart, and we still Florida;have' placed the Stars 'and at St. Cloud. ; them.; I wIlt MI"'off for this time: The Strong Withstand 'the ,Heat of ,

1I;( 0;. ,'ID condition and 'neglect your face. cherish the hope that,we'will be permitted ,.Stripes upon the ramparts of the In hope ,
h iP!.. WED CROSS Shaving ration* (the to spend part of our,decliningyears forts of Berlin,' then 1i i Is"'that 'you tuminlr that will turn our'facees: and II' Wm. ROACH.P. Old f ). Irho'a" 'feeble.d yoanssr p.od.I
I; ane..haTIDC\: luxury), makes old faces who srs vssX.will b..trwgtb0.d and..... to ,
with
; ,look yomng and keeps all faces in the yon southern people. may open ';your ,windows and ask the 'lUte.... chill Tonic B.-Let us hear often from your.. through the depnstlnf... of samowr by tsk" ,. 1'\
I ., ,'JlIDk of condition. and other RED Circumstances over which we haveno -North, for we are coming again with urore correspondent at.-Lake B rton..' tat GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC ItpurUVM ;
.AmOSS toilet artlclea void only by control has kept us in our humble the hope"of getting. acquainted! with $......vitality and ...tlf by p.ruytnand enrlchbU - sod sorlchM. Ui.blood as"bauds.. ap tin wbols.".- '
b\o\ 4. 'Yo sasooa2seliu8treotbre.1 I : .... You_soon beet Its Strsajthsnlni..aYlpo'
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J,':P'i:.CENTRAl.. :.DRUG" STORE home to,Powell's Valley astir LaFal--. more 'of those.smiling aces'th$'to- 0101/av4.nd.t. ,., \,'Price (.Dar 666, eurea:' aJaria1 ;fever 82loth ..E&ct., ".*'" > -' )'""
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Ii.. THE KISSIMHEE VALLEY'. GAZETTE, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 118 SEVEN

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CRAWFORD 4 JARRELLATTORHEYSAT.LAW 11 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS
RUMINATIONS OF REX
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: S MOTICH OV MASTER'S) ALB. '

---.. -- Notice I. hereby given that, under I
OMcesi 4 6 and' f Citi Oscepla Hardware Co.
ISI eM and by virtu of final decree of lore.clo.ur. ,
-, Bank, BulldlnjrXtsslmiaee Business of a'pree.1na and Important loved ones at tome, believing that timed out o( and under the seal

.. Florida holds Rex In the faun out of the way is of the Circuit Court of. the Seventh Judicial -
a
.. nature still every we put Circuit of the State of Florida, ..
'.r : . country, breathing; the pure air and help to them/ We, Ibis the country; In and,for In Osoeola a certain County cause, In ahanoerylilting. thereintendlns -Located oil Klsslmmee's -

OR. W. W. CARSON Raking in the warm sunshine,drinking we have left behind us,, 'because we ; wherein Debbie H. Thurman
and love those whom have left in its I. complainant, and E. C 8. Cobb and BUSIEST CORNER
heart' content
bU we
4. DENTIST Ilk to many Clara V. Cobb hla wife, and Oseeola
Office over Pilley. BuildingORlee other agreeable conditions not knownto can, and if this fa not patriotism, Construction and Developing Companyare
,
Hear: I-II. 1Sj city life. He Is atoll domiciled with please tell me what to call it. I'm respondents Master In Chancery the underlined, will sell aSp.clal at

",. '_u._. 'n.AaialBlatered.. MS R.std.nd.'Pk.as for Eatra.U.a.S M hia friend, the Hon. S. C. Acne, and done with this letter; good bye love public Bale.,outcry before during the Court the legal House hour.of door. THE, DREAM OF HEINIE VON' TUFF

Teeth being; waited on by that:'gentleman's to .all. Your affectionate son, In the City of Klaaltnraee. In the Mid CHAPTER

admirable wife and splendid lady RICHARD County, on Monday of Oeoeola the and 7th State day of of October Florida Hemie Von Tuff awoke, stretched !himself, yawned; i then

LEWIS O'BRYANATTOBNKYATLAW laughter, in a manner that createsa 'The democratic rooster rejoices A. IV 1S1I. the following described,
real estate* situate In said Osceola suddenly
exclaimed "vot id"t He remembered his dream
statuteof the news'that comes '
glorious
wish thatthere maybe no over ,County Florida: .
I ; limitations to present conditions.The from over there. He says lieSi told hip The 29.south Range half$9 of Beet.Section IS, Town. and a look of magnificienf, determination came into his face

If Waring Building. Hon. gentleman and his aide Ms colony all the time that our boys Term of sale, each. r
z. nxsa, He resolved to seek Katrina at once and arrange for their
de camp, Albert, has just finished were the best in the world and thatif ...tt. Special Master In Chancery,

: ra J. a.toa' O. P. 'OarreMJOHNSTON I fathering' one of the finest crops of the ladies would just get behind wedding; 10 in the morning after a light breakfast of cabbage H
NOTICE) OF APPLICATION' OF TAX
;: A CARRETTATTORNEYATLAW torn raised In'the county A careful them and say sIck 'em, boys, the'd DEED. bacon sauerkraut cheese and more cabbage he hastened c

estimate the quantity laid away soon have the huns on the run. Notice. !. hereby irlvm that David
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the cribs gives 738 bushels Jennings purchaser of Tax Certificate to her and told her to "hurry opp!I' Together they
,Office* 10, 11 and 12 CiUsen Beai several , No. 861. dated the 7th lay of August, ,
Building is a conservative estimate, and froin Indigestion. A D. It It,. has filed said certificate In went to the Osceola Hardware 'the-store of hit dreams
my office, and has made applicationfor
Klsilromee.. he planting one sweet potato, 19 .bottle I Tax Deed to Issue In accordance
used
!
"A few weeks a
ago department
sized was the outcome. with law. Bald certificate embraces They were very happy as they passed from ones
pod ones of Chamberlain's' Tablets when I Was the following described situated .
Irish potatoes are found stored in bad of indigestion. In Oaceola County pror..rIY., to. to another buying Stoves, Rugs, Beds, Mattresses, Dressers,
having a spell wilt 'Lot.7 la Block 6. $t. Cloud. 1'hlsland
arge. numbers, raised during the late These tablets strengthened my stomach being;; assessed at the date Of the Washstandi., Window Shades and the like. This took them "

4 G CIIRSDJ F his spring' and early summer and arebe- and toned up my system general. Issuance F. L. of teed said' certificate Unless said In certificate the nameof till noon, .when they went out to lunch. In'a short time they pl
8J11ER"J carried to market by the'wagon be
ng 1 They easy to take .and most shall, redeemed according to law tax

toad two or three times week. effectual ly. ," are writes Mrs' D.. S. hart, day deed. of will October Issue. A.thereon D, 1(18.J. on. the llth. were back alain, and this time they bought a liberal supply

Well here's the consequence, as they\' Skaneateles, N. 'Y. Clerk Circuit Court. l. OVER8TRBKT.,, Oiceola County, 0' of China.. Queensware White Enameled Cooking Utensils,

SELLS tracker a/s, 'we have got, not. only Florida -
-. III-It By S. H. BULLOCD. p. C. .an Aluminium Tea Keule'and Double Boiler Bread-stick
.f, .' to feed the, taet'amies'ln' the field, LARGE MOSS FACTORY WILL .. '
but we, must provide for those they NOTICR. Pan and a l lot of ulassware. By this time' tey were tired,
Fire Life Accident atari BE LOCATED IN PALATKA Seated hide will be received by thu '
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: .: leave behind them. and our.farmers, (Board'..) County of County, up ComnilMloi.-iT to ten I/'cl.t''km ot cIa :-,,- but 0 so happy I Heinle lingered just long enough to,buy a a

i Health, Plate Glass, ..Liability . when they just naturally feel as if Mr. Arthur II. Seele, for twenty October 7th 18 18, on ntriuUc n ul chicken with
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they had such a thing 'as that to, do, wooden lirldite. across Jane .ir"'l dimes worth' of nails to fix the : coop and then }
in New
the famous ginner
years moss swamp For any InformationInir rttr&'d.
and Boiler Insurance. they\ spread the' means' far enough to Orleans,. Louieana; and Mr. Louis. F, I construction of sail. brlJue, see they departed. '
J. L. Overstreet. Clerk.
do so. A soldier at the front is shooting Docker, the noted dhemist of Jacksonville All bids to be mailed to J" 'L.., Over. e Two days lalerHeinie Von Tuff saw all of these nice "
; Bonds ,
Executed ..
Legal at'the.'", huns,.perhaps h .hlta and Floridaafter very thoroughlystudying street Clerk of Board. '

\' Same Day Needed. perhaps:hot,'but:If there' is .any such the"moss situation in FlOrida $- Clerk Board J.of County ti. OVERSTPEKT.CommlsVoiiurs.Osceola .!. purchases installed in ,his .own, little home with Katrina.,the .. '
County, Florida. -
mayhap aa the :rations being short for over a.'year have finfy1ected ,.c-; undisputed 1 boss of the while work.
> it certainly' creates bad times.'' The AN ORDIMANCK.lAn .'
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:
Palaika as the logical'point towhich. ...
ordinance to Amend MAn Ordl- Hi dream had come: true.
; Bak iBooihern, tt"ooPeaometilmes made what .- to mow their factory. from dance Relating to the Use of Water ,
OFFICE Slats Builsieg
:n : Is termed double distance on half nation New Orleans. and Florida Lights and in Regulating the City of the Klsslmmee Payment, THE END .,

but the southern people of gOY The plan of this company..will be to Therefor and Providing the Methodsof
and
FurnUblng such Water Lightsto
: ernment were not responsible on ac- establish buying agencies wttthin a the ,Cltlsens and for the Collectionof

11 ,J.W.THOMPSONFuneral : count of'there being such a scarcity. radius,,of two'hundred miles of:Palat- Be,Water It ordained and Light.by the Bills.Council" of the ,

r' >f men,'but... our population exceeds ;;'ca, under the supervision of Mr. JoHn City of Klsslmmee. that the "Ordi Osceola Hardware: Co
that about thirty! mil, names Relating; to the Use of W.t.rand a
Director of; Germany by Lynn' the well known ,mOM expert. Lights In the City 'of Klsslmmee

..j. .r r 6 .. lion; it appears as ,if there should;be I This company produces hygienic Florida," be Amended to read as follows ,
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for
enough to man bread and meat moist-proof and ,:rermlnproot.art.lcle Section I. That beginning; upon and
1 #. AND the arnriea and do the fighting, too.? including the 1st day of September
,' far upholstering purposes, which.will A D. 1912. all water and lights fur
Y 'When. we were. at home.,. and sized be made, in their $20.000 plant t. be nlshrd to the citizens of KTsslmmee,
,
EMBALMER: whether Individuals flrmsor.corpora.ttonL *
;i c LICENSED, ., up what a terrible;thing It.would be I located In; Palatka.. : shall be paid for according to
,
the amount Used such amounts to .
to be,taken''as a soldier..and, carried 1 Th&tr aim is"to control the moss ascertained by means of water b.1, .

Store and Ch.pel.. Stewart.. Ava.. across* the ocean .and. tuAd" * target 1 situation"in' Florida,' end if necessary light meters, at the following rates StrenothenAmericaSome
A flat rate of It cents thousand
per
:.: -.a' '!I.I.-; ..: Fla. :.i of""by the Germans, we:just'thought. they will establish camps, wherever, (1000) Rations. used for all water used, : .
Irrespucttve of the amount, with a
1 I' .we.; could notstand: it,'but here 'we then Is sufficient.moss'to, warrant. minimum charge of One Dollar / per
OOONO M O60000000. are. We did all the"rest and then advanced 1 their :doing sxx month, meters to. be read monthly.ec .
S, A Deposit lal Two Dollarsany
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t! \ M. TILLER in line to.be Shot at by those Fifty Cents ".10) will be required ,.
? terrible fellow that we :'so much : of all users of water before same .
( In the'Stoniach.If .
For Cramps which will
will be furnished deposit
:j. Real Estate Agency. I dreaded these tlmes..l've forgot!; them be refunded to such user upon the discontinuance -
: e'.uch of .- you have ever been doubled up of the water less such
and what f Chef do :a Jot .
amount as may be due the'clty'forwater.All'meters
i sm m a..a %fc a.sw.N..a JMwm'MH with in stomach,
cramps' your you
shooing and 'failed ,to hit;anybody- I to be put In at the f,
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Realty bought and sokL ? will be interested in' the. experience expense of the city and to,be owned
: . told George that'I believed they were w"sa's by and! remain. ; the. property .of the
Houses rented. doing 'TiW I' did on m.Arat bird 'of Charles Henry, Oswego;- N. Y., cltv. > ? Men W'ililose
just ".About'four'' :yara' when Sea S. A, flat rate of to.cent. per q.wfi q.
Taxes and Titles verified* I : ago
paid ,
hunt; pointed the gun in. the direction owatt for ell electric current used
for non-resident. '.. I suffering from cramp in my,stomach lights, of other. purposes, with, a ,
'* the birdshut my eye and'pulled II ilmum- -charge of One Dollar per
Fire. Life and Accident' Ia.ruranca. for all I was worth.. Welt; I eouldn't .1 and bowelsr I toed; Chamberlain'sColic : month, meters to be read monthly. Motors T
I and Diarrhoea Remedy. In by may .operated at the above rate
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see much of them; but George;and I or at the rate of One DollarndTwen- Their Jobs When SaloonsAre .
far the best medicine of .the kind I .
Indemnity Bond.' 1J V\ to hit of 1 ty-Five Cents per horse power per
just aimed high enough any ". month. 'at the 'opUon of. the user.Beat. W *
used. .
d breest. happened have: ) ever A Deposit of Ten Dollars
'." . . .. . . . .. . them in' the If.they' ($10.00) will be required of' all users y y
, bo be in the way, and pulled down.Don"t of electricity before same will be fur "
kiU and couldn'ttall RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY nlshed. which deposit will be refundedto Closed , -
like'to anybody such user uport th* discontinuanceof '
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;! wheN or who 'my bullet::struck, A I our Heavenly Father in hls tee electric current, less such .r- ,. .. :.. ; ,: \:
; : wisdom' has fit fMn amount as may be- due the city for '. , .. '. ,. \
OUfc MEATS considered that if I could seen to remove ; r'44 r
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shut I just electricity. All meters to be Installedand ,......,,,!.' .':'t, .,. ... jI,' '. .' d I' ."" '
I this earth to his Temple above, Mrs.Mollie owned by the city or acquired by > >T -
K"-H
ARC rVCU-KCPT take of them In, I was not ri "S l- !
just any many'policemen their ) 1.. "
Installed will
of the city If already by..the i A good. lose job7 ,0
: Breaker daughter-in-law
soy .
Only acting in self defense.but likewise user or users.See. ,
DIMNlR3A0liT! . ( defending some of our boy that :Brother and Sister, H. M. Breaker; *. All are bills payable for both'monthly water andelectricity andIf So will some,jail. keepers. r J, ,
j jSome'judcel
might otherwise be'in danger. Grand Be., it Resolved, That the Kisslm- same are not paid In fulliwlthtn ten' will DOt' be b
busy.
so
t
days after presentation of bill or
pa used to tty that the big gnu*;didn't 1 mee Temple No.'21; extend to Broth wlthla ten' days after-such-bill or .
e "our bills mailed by the water and But this will be because who booze will I be' more
do much harm but when the musketry 4 er and Sister Breaker, heartfelt light :tare eollecter the. water, and the so men now
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; opened ihe. trouble began..Well, sympathy'and commend them to Him electricity, or, either. the water or profitably; employed.'They will, therefore,,keep out of the kind'of trouble - '

these fellowfvfroav jthe north' most who doeth all things .well; eleetHc"cut oii' as at.the the case-option of,the be. ,city maybe which usually l land a man first in the hand of a policeman: ; :second y

have been better marksmen than the ,Be it further resolved; That one amount without of urther the unpaid notice bill or and bills deducted the-, , "into th ehand of a Judge; and third into the hinds of a jail '

A BUTCHER WHO huns, and the artillery; 'DOt'"good 4 copy of these be sent to Brother end from the deposit or deposits, t
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; and the balanos of the deposit.. any,i keeper. ..
for they do throw some ugly* old C Sister Breaker. 101M) to be spread in refunded to the user; .

r KNOWS' HIS BUSINESS. 'thell at us, and by the'time they gatthrough i the minutes),. aneSanother. be 4 sent to water Sea S.'In or the,the electricity event; that Is cut'either off the for. P......; Jadr** usj Jail keeper'will be yen profitably. employed

is in charge of this market. Hepurchases 'we just naturally .want ,to i the Valley Gasette. non-payment of bill or bills, .a chargeof thaa trying te "..aish" Lon eaked. .... >
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the meats .nnde theirshellery 1 "'ALMA'GARDNER, . One Dollar (11.00) will be made to i
only finest get,in motion. Lying .,
tbep."ment'
cut same In again In addition to Lawyers will not have so many case of certain kinds which grow'out :
and handles""them in a. manner is nerve wrenching and when; MATT1E McCRANIE, Of all Indebtedness to the city f
'. ? MABEL' PERSONS. for light and water and the payment "of the liquor business, directly and indirectly _,
v freshnesi lull want to be'
that insures their when there comes a we up ot the above mentioned deposior deposits

4 you welcome ,them to'your, home. and at. them so bad that we feel' like I Bee.,-aa.7." the All ,case ordinances. may be.or parts of' Doctor will not be called upon so frequently by. those who suffer 5

Our unfailing courtesy and honest going on .without orders, but ..this is hereby ordinances.. In conflict herewith, are because the saloon, are wide open. .

methods who the worst of itWhen they .IaPen session by. unanimous .
: appeal to folks be always Passed In '
follow this with a charge, we areas vote this 11th day of August There are other who may lose their job*-many of whose occupatioas ,
Hive in getting their money'sworth up
,of anxious to get at them as they are A. D., 1..11. F. H. LAWSON are in themselves legitimate enough; but whose time i i. taken

;,. quality. goods.City .- at, us,-and,the. way we pour it 'to (SEAL. )R. GILBERT.President Clerk of the Council.J. up with handling the. wreck: of the liquor business, and dealing with j

. them.i Ie a caution, and the'.Bret thing Approved this I0th day of August. other of
A. >'. 111"}. those.: who are suffering in way on account it..
anybody knows we ore shooting at JOHN a CADEU Mayor .,
Market their backs instead of their faces. !f. But who,, will not glory: in this lots of employment
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
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Now I'just want'to tell you the difference In Court of the County Judge. Osceola The man who heretofore ha been a'victim of drink will be glad,
,. County State of Florida.-In re Estate :
', : between tho Germans and the of John M. Le.. So will his wife and children. "1

:- 'OOOOOOOOOO.. ., .. .. . ... .-..1.1t flght German in i soldiers regular and machine we fellows gun order.; the ;' To tees all demands, and Creditors all against-persons-Leratees.said having estate Distribu claimsor :" So' will those who have been S 'paying- big taxes a* a result'of the 5

Prussian You s.nd each of you are h.rebno.. ealoo influence.
Well
take for inotance.the( tided and requirto present any

t ,,6w. GRIFFINStaple : ,i ij .ImPerial Guard. ,aald'to be the finest : claims and demands which. you or either Policemen. Judges, and jail keeper. and l lawyer and doctor: ,
; of you may have against the estate
.; ; body of 'troops in the world., Well, ilL of John M. Lee, deceased, late.ofOsceola and hospital attendant, and all other who are engaged in occupation' .
'" TAKE'POSTUM County, Florida, to the undersigned .
';. : they come on the field "in perfect order Executrix of said estate within' .whore basis! is ethical and humanity-serving, will be, glad when the
'; and Fancy < but'when they find out that their two the date hereof. '
j . ; ted July f '
D ..tec. .. D.' UII. saloon ha ceased to damage men and .women. .
military machinery Is out of .order, 14-lt : DORA.. & LEE) Executrix.

| ,| they fall back.to form a new, !lin. NOTICB! 0V ADMINISTRATOR' Meet everybody will ,be glad- et everybody but tat Cqaer

': | GROCERIES: We dont fight.that;way; -with" us its In,S,Court FINAL of County DISCHARGE.Judge State of. men. \ Aad even they will be glad when they..are sufficiently far removed -

S ' i .. ,. J every fellow for himoelf,, and when -you hwft. mOre Florida Osceola CO\I.Dty.-lh\ r. Estate from tie liquor bocbes to see hew it affected their feUewssca.If .

'.' : : Free Delivery. : all P'arts'' 2 we-'get an: order,to ,chaige we go for and more when one Notice.f I.D.hereby,C. Lee.given to all whom It '

: :, of the Gty ,' the. huns.and if they.layout'some of asked what he'll may concern that on the 4th day of you bellev'that, the traffic .in Alcoheldees !
. ''' 'of February A. D 1019. I shall to
i rY ': us on the way the' teet us goon have for his morning - the Honorable T. M.'Murphy, Judge of ..... karat "tham good-HELP .STOP IT!"
(I and when we ge'to the,enemies line drink said Court., aa Judge of Probate, for my

we just use the bayonets, but or rifles estate final discharge'0(.D. C.as Lee Administratrix, deceased, and of.that the

and any thing! "and every 'thing Delightful at the same time I will present to said Strengthen America CampaignThis
aroma Court my final accounts as Administratrix
Your Gtocer elst.that: comes to hand. We 'just and xasie.andfrc of said estate and ask for their approval. M

don't noti ','woot our right .or left .'
e dom'from the .di.- Dated July I6th A. D. 1212.
( advertisement was prepared for t the National Campaign Committee Jft
hand man is doing; we have>"confl\ .. comforts that : FLORA B. LEE. Adminlstratrlx.I.lem.Imo '

\\f- den e enough in'each other to' believe with coffee. rfo..' by Charles Steilzle. '

CHEEKNEACSCOFFEES that each'one is doing just.as>we fro; .. NOTICB TO. CMKDITOR9.
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Is the Coeirt'if" the Cesety Jedge, ,
we just naturally believe we Can,whip Nourishini# healthful : -' Oeeeela VmmmtTt ..... .1> fieri**.

the hurts and we jump in Just as if we ,- economical 1m all He Creditors Estate of, Heavy Legatees O.,BrewlubTe Dlstrtbu- Jl

were in a foot ball game and'had our tees and all persons having Claims OutasM. TM OSM -I Nit Affect giss RED CROSS RHEUMATIC: REMEOT'
the balL Men : .No WASTE et allan .,or Dem." .'atraln.t Said Estate ........of Its tonic and laxative effect.LAXA.TIVB ,.
opponents for fighting Too, and each of you, are herebynotified BKOUO QUININB U bettertliaa ordia rr The (Treat advantage over other'rhea-;
Uke the hunsdont have anT. patriotic ;, important item and required widen resent any- Quinine .acI.d... not taw mir ns"_. _f matte medicines lies In the fact that t
these days., Give claims, and demands ; you.' or r tabead. __bee>the nil sme s.d it does not disturb the stomach Many"'
matter''connected with ,tha' affair, of either of you mar have against the go! the skgaatwe.o4 K. W.oaOVtt.Me. }
Brooks, deceased, eases) nave banpermanently cured by j
Best By Every Test *.h lrconduct: for in ;)many instances estate OsceolaC.( f
INSTANT POSTUMctriaL late of Florida to the this) remedy. This and more than one +
"" they,show,that they just w nt to satisfy undersigned Executrix! of date said hereof-estate The old brood sow lo helping to win hundred other Ked Cross) Remedies: r .
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"a' blood thirsty'dlapo.ition. while within Dated two August years 1* A." D. 1911.CATILiELN8 I this ''wlr: ;. Give her aa careful attention old and guaranteed only by. .'' ,

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,I THE'KJSSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE,. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER, It II.

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,"It's a. Long W'y?t(), Berlin, But t "booting the pig skin"'and spectators)l

,We'JJ Get 'There," will likely.. the,same classy punts I r
St. Cloud DepartmentNEWS "Long'' Boy." this season. He produces a snappy I

. "KKKKatyw"Pack side step on occasions that'Is bafeling1

Up Your Troubles," .- to'opponents.. The OverlandGarage ; :
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"Pick a Little FouLef
Clover
AND NOTES OF'THE "WONDER CITY"BY : \ Gaps Well Filled.
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w "Just a Baby's Prayer at Twilight" While the line baa lost "'Arnold.Wells. a ,.
OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT "Belgian Rose" '
Bronson _and Wilson, there
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"Laddle .
In Khaki
is plenty of good material to select ;

4 Dan Armstrong-, one of our boys spending some time At Carbondale, Those taking part were. Misses from to fill these 'gaps. is now under new manage- '
who joined the Navy has been home Ohio, Is here looking after his affairs. Norma Griffin, Emily Sanderson Billy Irlo Bronson will again play center ,

for a few days and leaves on 'Tuesday Misses,, Fled, Lottie and Jessie Sibert Violet Bullock, Alma Cooper and' when Bronson says, the' linewill ment. All work all
for Hampton Roads.C !! Doolittle who have been_ spendingthe Lillian Harris Lois Overstreet hold it
i K. Cannon\ engineer on the new summer at their, old home at Mamie Pilley, Thelma Button,. Dot cho Is nothing to him and a line '
C+ makes of and marine
7 road; left on Monday for Ocala Carbondale Ohio, came/ in last 'Fri Makinson Margaret Kenton, Gladys buck is like taking candy{ from a. .cars ? r

r where, he, will survey--' 'Another new ,day evening. The: Misses Doolittle (prl/in./ Velma ,Hudson, Cornelia Lancaster child. Bronson Is classed among the ,
1' road. Ills family will join him later. are nil teachers in the public school.! Maggie Mae McCranie Jettie best centers in the state which probably work done promptly., Eddiei'

Misses Leila Johnson,. Kathleen Born, on Monday evening to Mr. Wilson Minkie Gardner, Margaret had only one better last year,
Gbff and ,Margaret Hosinger left on and Mrs. Oliver Knight a boy. Both Stanford Mattie Stanford Dorothy Isis friends ore expecting him to Lancaster is i in charge of

,k Monday for Tallahassee where they; mother and baby are getting along Wells Grace Eleanor' Graves Ethel make.All Florida this year.

a will attend college. . nicely at Dr Chunn's hospital.Mr. Allen Norma Duke Lucille Harvey Bronson will be supported by John the repair department. jY
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: Mr. and Mrs L. L. Lucas of Tarpon i Homer I). Jennings who has Mary Singletary Freda Schweikart, Graham right"pard., and .Belton
Springs, wero the guests' for the i,been spending some time at Johnson Porchie Pherigo Jean Carraway,i Bass left guard. Graham,,is a newman .
week-end of Mrs. Lucas parents. City Tenn., arrived ,home Saturday Ada Louise Simpson, Ruth Campbell who shows greet promise.' Bass' "

Coot. and Mrs. Frost. evening.. Percle Oliver' Irene Reed' Margaret two years expericence shows him. tobe F. H. TYNER Mgr.

Editor .Johnson was a caller at John,,Faniels, who has been visiting Lesley. _. dependable in any crisis. ,
Kissimmee Tuesday.' -his family here,;returned Tues Miss Helen V. BCBO, assisted by Walter Bass, another suro' 'nought( M

Mr. and Mrs. Frost of Melbourne, dey'to Jacksonville, where he is employed Misses Myrtle F.., Beals and Inez Car- ow.puncher,' the man who featured V ti

.. were ,St. Cfoud' callers on Saturday.Rev in the shipyards.Mrs. ., son instructed the girls. The riot sum as left tackle in the Hillsborough-\ -
and Mrs. A.' M. Ash,' who 'Wolf, Mrs. Jenkins, Mi*. of $33.05 was realized from the en Kisslmmee game of last year, will i -----
Miss motored in tertainment with which the League UOOOO to j
:lave J been spending the summer ia lalls and London play "the ateller:"roll" again this sea ,
Dexter N, Y., returned 'here Saturday !Mr, Ball's car,, and spent' Tuesday, will pay its Red Cross'pledge and in- son with added honors. He has'gained "

last. last the guests of Mrs.. Rose1.Bullard\ .west" the remainder in War Savings in weight and his) brand of ,tackle ia

Bert Gessford, who has, been 'cmployed at the canal., Stamps. i- likely to prove a death grip to ene- j

at Brunswick,1 Ga., returned 'The Christian Woman Board o.f WAR' my's cralns.; Singletary will defend
: home on Wednesday Missions met. Tuesday afternoonat. T UNITED WORKERS right tackle. In Singletary we finda License 'I.

Mr. and Mrs. Chat Ie. March of the church. This week their topic.is 'LAUNCH STATE CAMPAIGN player seasoned in two Jean campaigns .. .

Peghorn, were in our'city on Wednesday. China. with knowledge of back field NoticeV .
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The Loyal Women of the Christian work as well. He may be ,looked to .
V Mr. Floyd Mosher who has been church will meet Friday afternoon at dent( Wilson whom he said,'with one for some ,classy work this 'year., 4i
stroke'of the pen had don eaway with This
the church. I brings us to the position of .
Catholic and ,Protestant, Jew and ,I :
Uncle Josh Ferguson was a- business -I end players and 'the team is fortunate S ,
caller at-Kissimmee Tuesday. ; Gentile creeds and isms. ; uniting in again having Frank Bryan at All occupational license taxes i."'

OSCEOLA. HOTEL On Tuesday morning the Woman's them into.a,common cause. the left of the line. lIe was knownall '
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Relief Corps, the Elsie P. McElroy After telling a number of touching over the state an Osceola's "fast '
"Will open for the Fall And Winter Auxiliary and the Daughters of the and humorous war incidents, he made ,end" last'season and showed himself are due and'payable.October, fist: :

P Season Sept. l"2th. Veterans, presented our school witha an individual appeal for the united fas some speed artist" on more than .

Families contemplating spendingthe beautiful flay. Mrs. Bartlett president (- war ,work campaign, "telling the au one occasion. Bryan is a player' who Information, will I be .filed,, against
winter in Kissimmee will .find. of the W. R. C., was in cKargqg diencenot to figure how little but never fails to ba there with the goods 4

our accommodations. pleasand and ,Music was furinshed by the Drum how much they could give. He said [bight end will be held down by Ned 'everyperson
home-Jike. Corps .followed by prayer by Rev. that many'of the people of the Unit Bullock a promising sub of last year, ? required pay ,occupation : j I b

ff.p 'RATES REASONABLE Cook and an address by*Rev. Bowen. ed States were getting rich on the who plays like a veteran already. He '

J I MRS. W. H. ARNOLD :The flag"was presented by Mrs 'Still- war, but that it was on the blood and is, %; sure tackle and can ,be countedon tax 'who has not done 1 .
bones of the boys at the front, end
well, patriotic instructor of W. R. C., in breaking up interference.!
# PROPRICTRCSS Lady Comdare Livermore patriotic that .it was only right, that they There ,is plenty of material for so onpctober-Slst, t 1918. After ',
should be called upon disgorge, .l1
a Instructor pro tern of Auxiliary and : subs among some twenty! players'wbo :
.. Mrs. Estell Bunnell patriotic instructor give a little bit of comfort and reliefto come out for practice and a ,numberof
the men who are still in the t-anks that date the' license will be .,
t of Daughters of Veterans', to ,them played creditable parts on .
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A. E. DROUGHT <
!rof. Bullard, who nobly responded. A CORRECTION. occasions last) season. Among these \ .0.-
115. Broadway Star-Spangled Banner being sung by 'I'o'th Editor of the Kissimmee Val men 'are, Edgar liryan, C. H. Summers doubled 'in addition to fees of
v school children as the flag was raised J. C. Led tter. Bryan'Slm'plIOn.

after which all\ saluted ,the flag. Ben .ley Gazette-: Hollis Link}Gordon. Bullock, Harold : Sheriff Clerk and '
Real and InsuranceREPRESENTS :
+ >.Estate ediction \by) Rev. Cook. It,has been called to my attention Woodall and Clifford Lester. Prosecuting a
that my was listed as a member
'. '- Our Home Guards out and name Bullock has "
were Oaptan' experiencedsome '
'e drilled and then of he Legal Advisory Board for in t Attorney' If in doubt as to
" The Home Insurance, Co. of NesT! Tuesday evening, the county of Osceola and so published difficulty arranging ,gamesas e ,, yourlicense
went tQ'the lake where'all. enjoyed. a many pf the scholf) have been ft>rc-
; the National Fire Insurance in This must have been
t York swim I and a, lunch.,- your paper. ed to 'abandon athletics through inaV 'consult -:Tax;; '.Collector
t Co. 'of, JIartford, The Sun; and through error. I hold a the'commission bility to secure ,coach e.. A'partial :.!. ..1;: or I.
the President of 'p-riited 'If- J.
many other reliable eompaaie NUIQUE ENTERTAINMENT \from[ schedule shows the first game to be S r,
States as a membPr- of the Southern : Prosecuting: ,before date-
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BY'THE' PATRIOTIC LEAGUE I with Orlando, at Orlando Friday October -
District Board 'of Florida, with jurisdiction *'
4th. The -next' event! will be ..
r The girls oif' ,, the KUsimmee' Patriotic from Madiaonncounty on the Saturdayv-October 12th on the home mentioned: .No exception will be. ...
: northwest tot West on the south, .
Key
FOR SALE .
I League gave a very* unique embraces field with' Hillsboro'ttgh as oppon ..
4 musical ,entertainment the which' territory Osceola ents. This is return date from last .
at Caaiho A ,made and arrests ,will immediately .
A county. It is therefore obvious thatI : \
Few Choice
: Young Theater Friday night.> The programwas season. The following week shows
could not-act member, of the .
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.)'r as follows: an open date, but on Friday, October ;
..! Milk: Cows Dixie Division-Liberty:.Bell local Legal Advisory Board 'I will 125, Plant City's Tigers will, meet Os. :, follow failure. to pay..., thistaiibefore. ',
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the correction of former ,
"Just like Washington, crossed the appreciate your ceola'sCow Punchers on.th. Kissliu- I ("";J.;;' "' '
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Duroc Jersey. Hogs, all:'agest Delaware;'General 1,', Pershing],|will this,in statement l 'co.lumns.a&.j;. by:the; ,(l publication"' &L.i of mee gridiron as-A return game from; : : -,;";: .October'''31stB. .:'V t.t' ;tI ti'//. )
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I }.: : .. V % "LEWISjb'BRYANiMake :'fiI'\\ < : iI' .. l,
V. 14CHEAP.: , c" ; Star-Spangled' Banners . filled with St. Augustine though tHat :, ; .1" i
The fillowing songs were characterized that war savings pledge you has not been definitely settled. : ,

Dr. W. W. Carson : made part of you. It's. fulfillmentwill In common with other schools Kis ,, s 1l: X..?, .'
I '. "I Aint Coin' to Cry No More" \ then be a great joy simmee, has been unable to secure a ',
w. CRAWFORD .
! tf "Joan of Arc," .. coach tho the boys have not I lacked ..,J ,. f .

p for, training for Mr Claud Harper,* i
(I''h HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL BOYS prominent young business man, hasbecome Prosecuting Attorney .. '

LINED UP FOR THE SEASON, interested in,, their 1'\\
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6ne, .W xtern8LiWaierbury .Co. progress G. L. BANDY f .- "
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and U devoting several hours each ; ., ', ,
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afternoon to reviewing his college 40-4t Tax Collector ,:
DEFER TO THE PUBLIC most players with .his stiff arming training.for their benefit and is looked ,

: The Best Chemical; in-Door. Closet Assembled and is a valuable )ett hand man. i' to by them as their official 1 coach. ,. ,
Lesley is new toe the team but not Mr. Harper. is well pleased with the .
"I It,being Sanitary,- Odorless and Economical. As its installation the gridiron.. ,His football experience I'I't.o pep the boys are putting into-their ,. ,. .
does not interfere with any of the Kiseimmee'City ordinances according dates from work on the teams training and says they are expecting :::

to the opinion of Assistant City Attorney Pledger,_and fur at Porter's Military Academy and to bring home the bacon this season. 'G'{ .
her, H is approved+ by the Florida State Board of I'
.re Health. Why Columbia '"Prep. under some of the The Kissimmee'team is meeting ] '
"hesitate' best coaches in'the South. What he Don ToG :
from other citizens
encouragement
Edmond 't Forget < ToFloyd's
x ; Send in your orders now Swabey, Agt. lacks in weight he makes up in speed; who are purchasing season tickets to >> ,

f Bon 625 KISSIMMCr, FLORIDA lie runs low and developed a deadly .
,the home games and some $50 has already .
tackle Perhaps his specialty I.I is I I been raised toward the expenses Cash '

-- -' of the season.. The boys, will VV .,

<.. wear similar uniforms to those usei: ,
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'" in previous seasons, with blue ,and
I I I . gold a'stheir,colors. The team is ,fairly ;

.. well equipped with head gear and : Grocery V :

,".. . <. other fighting 'C>g'8'.f _, ,
The line-up for the Orlando '
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"- I'0'" ". ', L..E.. Bryan' ; L. T:, W. Bass; :r,. G... ; .. ..' .

. B. Bass; C., Branson;'R., G., Graham; ....
w' .... ,, .'(cp,: r' R. T., Singletary' ; R. E., N. Bullock) "V

,: .: Prevent HousehQld.Worries .. ,' ; : Q. B., Rbberson; L/H., Overstkeet;' carry .a full- line', .of 'Fancy '

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"!' 3 ) bookkeeping without charge, once you become a depositor here.,. SS V 7:30: --Sermon. I. ..
1 ra' Prayer meeting "teach Wednesday GET OUR PRICES 'ON FEED :I' '

,,:' k.;.: ti The officers will L-e glad to,have ;you inquire ai" to .the efficient. evening at 7:30. L. A. S:each,. Thurs. .. ," V

s sV + ,, and courteous, Service oNe'' extend to our customers day.Junior C.. 'E.' each,, Friday"'.at 9:00: .. Phone 17$, .
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; 4 a.. Youngs m. Ladies' Girls'meets- each We...djslrrer i inside the.city:\J We..ppreciafe,.your orders. .. I ,

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.. Church" Board meets first. 'Sunday 1\ i* a beautiful. soothing .thought.It Pigs Gird fa'c"t. I4'Da.t ;r :.

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