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: February 22, 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: VID00843
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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,; STATE AUTO OSCEOLA COUNTY'S SECOND ANNUAL FAIR ::1




;ASSOCIATIONRESOLUTIONS Gov. S. J.; Catts 'Will" Speak at' the PROVES GLOWING SUCCESS-SPLENDID EXHIBITS


.t Fair Grounds Saturdayat '


a'., 3:00 O'clock . ARE SHOWN IN ALL DEPARTMENTS :

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URGES THE WORKING' OF CONVICTS ; THOSE WHO ATTEND, THE ''OSCEOLA COUNTY. ,,' "

,'. AND CITY IS IN GALA ATTIRE AND JOHNNY J. JONES' EXPOSITION SHOWS SPLENDID FRUIT' ANDVEGETABLE
"ON PUBLIC ROADS. FAIR :TOMORROW WILL HAVE THE PLEASURE OF .

:< WOULD PROHIBIT THE PASSAGE ,ADD, TO FESTIVITIES-CATTLE, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, POUL- EXHIBIT :
HEARING ADDRESS BY: GOVERNOR S. J. CATTS,,; The section, of the main exposition
OF LOCAL ORDINANCES TRY, HOGS IN ENDLESS VARIETY-KISSIMMEE'S CORNET BAND building devoted to the citrus fruit
REGULATING AUTOMOBILE ,WHO WILL SPEAK FROM THE GRANDSTAND AT 3 AN' ADDED display is a striking object lesson of
,v ATTRACTION TODAY AND TOMORROWGOVERNORCATTS what the agricultural resources of the '

> TRAFFIC.'t' o'cLocK.THE AND MRS. CATTS WILL BE HERE SATURDAY. county may be notwithstanding the .
; unfavorable weather conditions which -
GOVERNOR, AND MRS. CATTS WILL ARRIVE,. -- have prevailed during the past season.
, The following resolution was adopted The samples of oranges grapefruit,
by the Florida State Automobile FROM TAMPA ON THE 1 O'CLOCK TRAIN AND WILL With countless flags and pennants tage. yet nothing is' over-crowded 'or tangerines,' lemons and kumquata .r.,
Association at Orlando. Coventlon on fluttering from practically every busi- overdone. shown here are not only bountiful in-i. '
February 4th, 1918: BE ESCORTED; TO THE' FAIR GROUNDS, WHERE ness house in the city, with stirring The main entrance l leads into the Quantity but are of a high grade as J '
Whereas application' of Federal music by Johnny J. Jones' Italian rotunda and as the visitor steps in well. It includes a wonderful exhibitof
i, aid and State aid for road building in LUNCHEON WILL BE SERVED BY THE METHODIST band the people of this section turned he might' well think-he is in fairy: new potatoes grown within a few'
Florida will be greatly helped if our out en masse this week to cele- land so magical are the central dec. miles of the city and harvested in
State'Road Department is able to get. LADIES AT THE CAFETERIA: brate the second Osceola County Filr. orations. The immense columns 1918. Potatoes that grade up to No.
.' convist laborers for such work and, Beginning with the opening features which support the dome is cunningly l's too. I '
I;, Whereas, free laborers ere scarce, Tuesday when the automobile parade masked with palm branches and bark The samples of stock feed in the *
and wended its way through the pretty and presents the appearance of a giant agricultural department are encour'
\. Whereas, state convicts can be used streets &f Kissimmee then on out Ito palm. It rises possibly' thirty aging to men who realize that "morw .
t.)best. advantage as laborers for road the fair grounds where the crowd dis- scot into the air. Around, this isbuilt and better stock" be
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, buildingadwonQ); ; ' . Whereas; .... up to the present time, everything with. colored lights intermingled with war. The baled! hay exhibit, Including -
that building good roads with. con has been pronounced a success and their branches. Under the pergola and the native crabgrass and other
vict labor is entirely practical and Luncheon At Fair Grounds for there is little doubt that when the banked around the central figure is amass grasses is an education in itself and
that roads so built under state supervision last kiddie casts a lingering glancein 'of dainty ferns, vines and will doubtless lead to a greater, development .
are a great state asset, and 'he direction of ,Johnny! J, Jones' blooming begonias, and two boxes of : of this resource
Whereas the general public of Joy 'Trail at the closing hour Saturday magnificent pansies. Then high aboveall
Florida believes that the. State. Rodd Governor. and Mrs. Catts night, that this verdict. will still as a crown to this figure dozensof NEEDLECRAFT, DEPARTMENT
Department can get and' Is entitled be unanimous. flags of the allied nations arranged
SHOWS LOVELY
to receive., under the !law passed by ., The visitors to the grounds have around ,the supporting column, by the NEW WORK "
the lull legislature, auu: convicts. for The Honorable Sitlncj J. Catts and Celery Pickles Olives been loud in their praise of the won- hand of a master decorator, and we When the matter of holding the
load building in 1918 and I I his wife Mrs. Cults, accompanied by Tomato Salad derful, aggregation, of exhibits collected repeat, that while other fairs may second Osceola Fair was broached '
Whereas, a law was enacted that I the members of the district exemption there for the enlightenmentand decorate along more elaborate designs there were many who thought it
was intended to provide that these board will be guests of Kissimmee Green Peas Deviled Eggs diversion of the people. nothing will be found anywhere that would be next to impossible under ex.. .
; -convicts were to he furnished by the I Saturday, arriving here at 1 p. m. Mashed White Potatoes It: is a homefair arranged by home will excel the good taste .of this gem' hating circumstances( gather together -
State Hoard of Institutions to the The party will ,be taken direetly to Hot Rolls Sandwiches people, showing the industrial opportunities of beauty. an aggregation of exhibits
State Road Department. and the fair grounds where a luncheon Green Apple P'e a la Mode and reflects the characteristics j along the same lines as those shown
Whereas all progressive slate will lie Rendered the distinguished and even' the ambitions of the ART DEPARTMENT SHOWS last year' and at the same time bo
have abolished the old system. of hiring visitors by prominent people here. It Salted Nuts Cheese Demi Tasse people. new and interesting. This seemed
out convicts. because the system. is will I inhuman and because of the (act that ters' class of the Methodist Sunday speak at the grandstand and will home-grown stock, good highgradestuff the right of the exhibit is the partment and there were many who
the leasing of convicts brings them school, which is in charge of the la- be introduced by Col.! Lewis O'Bryan, just brought in from tho ranges, Art Section and exclamations of surprise felt the. women had been so engrossed ..o-
in'competition with free labor- dies' restaurant. The following is a a member of his military staff. would convince any ofic that calling, and pleasure are the rule not In the needs of the Red Cross that
. Therefore >he it resolved by this copy, of the menu for thin occasion; At the conclusion of the exercisesthe this county a cattle country has not the exception, from the visitors to little attention had been paid$0
Association: That the convict. lease Fair Grounds, Kissimmee Fla. party will visit the golf links and been a' misnomer. At the same time this exhibition of women's talent and needlecraft since the last fair exhi-
system in Florida should' be entirely Luncheon in honor of the lionorable'Sidney will be entertained at the country he needs but to. see the rapid strides bition. Those prophets were all
abolished, and that for the next five J. Catts Governor of Florida, club with Mrs. O'Bryan hostess. that have been made in grading up skill.The 'general arrangement is truly wrong. While the women of this
years or more all able-bodied state and his wife, Mrs.: Catts. The governor and his wife will be, this stock to get. a vision of the great artistic and reflects great credit n county have not fallen short of any
convict should be turned over to, the MenuConsomme guests of Col. O'Bryan and his wife possibilities. yet in store. those having it in charge. A yellow detail of patriotic service, they here
Stat- Road Department for road- at their attractive home Saturday The fruit, vegetables and poultry and white color scheme has been car- found time for other things also, anda
building work and for .maintaining Baked Chicken Roast Beef night and until their departure. .. display are so, complete that Should ried out in the draperies and flowers, visit to this department will con
and repairing state roads,. and I wwwwwLAUNCH ,,- .. .. .. Florida be compelled to feed herself which makes an effective backgroundfor vince any skeptic of this fact as the
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Be it further resolved: 'That we I through the stress of war, it is evident .: the exquisitely hand-decorated entire space allotted them 1(* filled
as a state-wide organization recom- I ,it would be 'no great task. pieces on exhibition. A few good 1 ic- with exquisite embroideries delicate
mend to our next leislnture that a law PARTY FINANCING STATE The school exhibits from all parts tures and a touch of addsto laces and specimens of almost every
IIP enacted. abolishing the convict of the county as well as from the the general effect of greenery the exhibit. branch of needlecraft. Scarcely an '
lease system in this state, and graded schools are marvels of neatness Honors seem to bo evrnly divided erticle exhibited there was seen lsi f
Be it further resolved: That this AND FISH FRYOne 'COUNCIL 'OF DEFENSE accuracy and skill and show the, between the two tables containing ,a year. The beauty of these delicate
Association shall urgently request the broad field of instruction the school collection of pieces. These are from ,traceries must be seen to be appre
State Board of Institutions to fur children of the county are receiving., the studios of Mrs. S., H. Bullock and ciated. '
MIate 300 convicts this year to the of the happiest events of the February 21, 1918. Patriotic service has not been for- Miss Frances Bay and the judges will The St. Cloud service flag tell its
Rood Department, PS was intended ,season for those fortunate enoughto Whereas the committee Appointed gotten and one section of the main certainly find great difficulty in so-, own story, and the table piled high
and, provided in Senate Bill be of the this day by the State Council of Na- exposition building displays the ar- lecting prize winners when so many I with hospital or ambulance' pillowsfor
I No. 267 approved May 30th 1917. party occurred last Sat- 'tional Defense in session February ticles made by the hospiUl garments masterpieces are shown. our soldiers made by willing ,
\ Would Prohibit Local Ordinances. urday when Mr: McCool in his spa" 15. 1918 at the Jacksonville Chamber department the. knitting departmentand hands of the little band of snippers "
', a. Whereas State laws regulating cious motor houseboat the', "Mac, of Commerce Jacksonville Florida, the department of t.hCj""Red" Cross CANNING CLUB GIRLS SHOW leaves their loyalty unquestioned.
';. automobile ,traffic < n roads and in sped 'away across the silvery, rippling beg leave to submit the following report making hospital supplies.Entertainment. The general arrangement of the
;'\ it"1. the cities of Florida arc broad enough waves of Lake Tohopekaliga with his ; .. MANY GOODIES-.SOAP." TOO entire exhibit is exceedingly credit:
"\\'i B&y\; ; ton l''cover, all offenses which may be son, Wm. McCool and his late brideas Resolved: That the county.commissioners Every day an exciting program has On the opposite side of this entrance able, and every piece seems to be occupying
" 1\" made J>y owners or drivers of such the genial hostess, who proved of each county be asked by been carried out at the. speedway. A is the Domestic Science and just the place best suited
vehicles, and. herself equal to the occasion. The the governorto, appropriate $100.00 fine line of racing horses are here; Canning Club departments and whileit to its decoration., '
Whereas local ordinance. of towns guests were Mrs. Price from Pennsyl- each in cash or sign a note payableto the track is in perfect condition and is always practical feature rf a .
counties and cities. are not uniform vania, Mrs. Pennock from Battle the executive committee of .he .everything is propitious. fair, its arrangement is very attrac- TERRORS OF THE OCEAN
and are therefore confusing to stran-. Creek Mich., Mrs. Seamon Master state Council of Defense for $100 I'nd Thursday was St. Cloud day, whena tive.Practically '
gers, andWhereas Dick and little. Annie Seamon Mr. if note is made that interest and 'discount special train loaded with pleasure every canning club lassie What is said to be one of the most
passenger traffic by au- and Mrs. J. J. Tucker from Grand for a period of fourteen (14)) seekers came from the Wonder Cityto has prepared some article for this popular attractions of the Johnnie J.
tomobiles is now more than 65 per Rapids, Mich., Mr. Sam Hannah of months be added. The amounts thus swell the crowds. The business exhibit and these. have been combinedin 'Jones exposition which will entertain s
cent greater than by any other mode Beaver Falls, Pa., and last. but not provided for by'the county commis- i houses here closed their doors for the a splendid demonstration of the the people of the Osceola County
of travel, and least, Mr. Seamon of KissimmeePark sioners to be payable at the termina- afternoon to allow the entire popu- prowess of Osceola's young ladies. Fair is the "Terrors of the Ocean" a
Whereas the importance of this and a brother from Pennsyl- tion of the session of the legislatureof lace a half day for sightseeing and a The jellies, marmalades preserves and spectacular feature showing as in actual i',
traffic, and the ,territory covered by vania. The brothers had been sepa- 1919. The purpose of the funds general good time. vegetables in their attractive\ containers life a war fleet escorting a hos- _
practically all automobiles! (includes rated for twenty years, but they thus raised is to finance the war Today is education day, when spe- fairly "makes one's mouth water pital ship, a merchant ship and a '*,
a radius of at least 100 miles, in proved to the party their ability as 'work of t.he'State Council of Defense. cial courtesies were shown to every ." There are several i.ew articles convoy of soldiers of Uncle Sam. A \
.which at the present time many con- Seamen< when in a remarkably short That, when the legislature shall school kiddie in Osceola county. Et.i4y shown this year in the way of mint German U-boat destroys the hospital 1
flicting, rules and, regulations are in time they brought. in an abundance of have appropriated an amount equal to in the forenoon nearly fourteen hun- and ribbon jellies and grape juice. ship; a fleet of United States war #
effect, fine fresh fish for the promised fish- the. sum total of said note or checks, dred school children assembled at the There is a cassava starch made by a boats are seen coming to the rescue; i
Now, therefore be it resolved by fry. And when the large platters. of including interest and discount, for entrance and marched with their simple home process which has beenin the U-boat is sunk.' The models are ,1
this Association: That we recommend fish browned to a queen's taste by the purpose of paying the same, that j I teachers to the center of the fair use in this 'county for years; and all practical working models, patented ; ,\
r to our next- Legislature that a law the efficient cook, Ella, were placedon said money so appropriated shall be'''grounds. Then "Oh, you, Johnny J. several bars of good home-made soap. and copyrighted by Captain Ring- I
r enacted prohibiting local oroinan4ces the table already groaning under returned in payment of said notes. or Jones" a veritable prince of enter- The table where garments inttnded man, for the Johnnie J. Jones shows.
t regulating automobile traffic. its load of eats. The bugle had not checks to the several boards of coun- tainers with. your glistening, glittering for Belgian refugee children and
to. he sounded twice before all were ty commissioners or to the banks discounting scintillating shows. Those mag- the Children's Home at Jacksonville: NOTICE
readyto' sit to and in due time' all .said notes. ical riding devices; those charming attracted favorable cOMm'nt. These 1
1400 Osceola school kidaies; are invited seemed satisfied'and happy. Returned To this end we urge that the next midgets.those. wonderful fat women garments are made entirely by the Fifty children wanted .Saturday
to march into the fair gr >unds home in time to watch the son set legislature be petitioned both by the the. fascinating snake charmer, the canning club girls. afternoon, February, at 2 o'clockto
next Friday morning, as guests oftj" on the. water. The perfect day, the governor and the several boards of thrilling motor drome, tho inspiring The exhibit taken as whole is not rehearse in the Fairy Realm in
('ollnt). The school exhibit. in the splendid dinner, all combined to surpass county commissioners to appropriate "America" and all the rest. What a only larger but better in every way Cinderella coming March 1st. Young 4
main exposition. building will be even the fondest expectations of the. money necessary to reimburse tfie life-time of joy crowded into one than it was last year and indicates ladies do your bit for Uncle Sam
better. than that of. I last year. guests. board of county commissioners of the short day.Saturday. the. increased interest in thin important Only one rehearsal necessary this t
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work. coming Saturday at the old Fireman'shall.
several counties in this state. will be the crowning ';
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That the money lips raised shill event of the entire celebration, for .
D. W. be placed at the. cisposrl of the Executive (-1 I on that day the chief executive of the -w
ALDERMAN PLANTING Committee of the State Council | state. Governor S. J. Catts, accompanied -
of Defense subject to tho order and by Mrs. Catts, and the STOCK EXHIBIT AT FAIR IS "j
approval of the president of1 the State state exemption board and will !
Council of Defense for- such expenses 1 I visit, the fair immediately af-

85 ACRES IN IRISH POTATOES an clerical assistance, printing, postage ter his arrival at 1 o'clock. The
stationery trave., nnd such other I I King's Daughters' Class] of the M. I )

I I contingent expenses as may be ap- E. Sunday school are in charge of the. I BIG BOOST FOR THE COUNTY
proved by th:3 executive committee. ladies' restaurant at the rounds: and!
Sidney J. Catts, will serve luncheon to the /governorand
D. W. Alderman is .qualifying as a on the top of this row, but not cover- ChairmanW. his party immediately after his j,
real<< "soldier of the soil" and aiding ed. The row was then opened up, N. Sheath arrival here. Special exercises will
the greater food production. materially throwing. the fertilizer to. either side Mrs. W. S. Jennings, be arranged and suitable courtesieswill
J l by planting eighty-six. acres 6f and the potatoes were dropped in. L B. Skinner be shown him. If there had been but one featureof that has 'marked the industry in this .
When the. earth was drawn !back: they A. A. Murphreo, Secy. On Friday and Saturday the Kis- the Oncoola County Fair, now celebrating section by refuting the. theory that. a ;
Irish potatoes this. spring. Fo-rty- were in the. furrows with. the fertilizer. (Signed) Lincoln Hulley simmee Band will be out in full regalia its second anniversary, and good grade of stock can not be raised
three acres of this crop is in the I directly above. Chairman of Executive Ccm.ATTENTION and Will add to the merriment that feature the stock department, its. here on account of climatic conditions -:
Shingle creek section and the re- Mr. Alderman plants his potatoes with their. gayest sirs while the. St. tremendous success would have war- and the lack of nutrition in the '
ffnainder even nearer the city. All by hand, using six to seven men in re- Cloud Fife and Drum Corps and the ranted all the. labor and expense of grasses.
of it being within a radius of five or I lays. In this way he plants eight to GOLF PLAYERSA Italian l'.nd.will. cortinue. on the job. the entire. fair. The results the county With. possibly one exception every .q,
six miles. .
ten acres a day. will from the splendid showing head
reap of stock on exhibition has been
Mr. Alderman commenced plantinghis When asked what yield he antici- mixed foursome:: will be held at made by the stock men here Will raised in Osceola,, county or has been
crop the latter part of January pated and the probable price, he said the Kissimec Golf Club ,en Saturday ba unlimited.\ on the here for
and within a few days the last of the he was making no predictions on the afternoon. All players are earnestly MAIN EXPOSITION BUILDINGOsceola Every pen provided by tha: frir I This was ranges true of a bunch a year of or fine more.Angus
seed will be covered. The early plant- The requested. to enter. Entrance
subject. yield would depend en- fee for management was occupied in fact, cattle shown by Pat Johnston.
ing is already coming up though it tirely on the season end the price was men. $1.00 ladies, 25c. ; Names of county may well be proudto crowded, with. fine cattle. of good These were driven from their
is too soon to determine how good the regulated by conditions.Mr. those expecting to should be range
many play breeds, not shipped here for exhibition Tuesday and
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cite visitors to the main exposition morning placed the
land will be. Mr. Alderman he the
says Alderman believes there will given to professional not later \ or advertising but home
the
has no fear of that however as the be no difficulty in obtaining transpor- than Saturday'' morning. building at the fair. While the build products. The purposes rr.d pens at grounds and while they
men who this department are not big in flesh they certainly are _
ground was thoroughly prepared and tation for the crops crown in this sec- ing may be small compared with in charge did not intend it in excellent condition. They are unmistakable
eontaiad sufficient moisture to insure tion and feels confident t'-c: cars will be Number 20 on Stewart avenue will other where fiver counties or perhapsmore for a fat cattle show but for a dem- evidence that when: the
9 ,the seed sprouting "It makes ,a great available .when the spuds are ready to be headquarters for :ho articles to be are sharing the burden of the onstration of what could be "done in right breed is handled range grass _
t difference how the fertilizer is planted be moved. exhibited in the needlecraft the cattle .
depart-- industry and what is actually will do the' rest. The Aberdeen Angus '
too.. Mr. Alderman said and when Should a few more Kissimmeo enterprise the beauty of its contents
men ment of the fair. This room will be being done on the ranges here seems to belocalscattled
'asked what method he advocated he develop agricultural tastes to the extent open today and tomorrow. Ladies ,.land their artistic arrangement can- where the progressive cattle men are vored by the men there
'explained that he useda "middlebuster" Mr. Alderman has, the Hastings may bring their articles here andre- not be excelled anywhere. Every giving the question of better breedingan and there was more competition than
laying off 'the rows every 42 section would have to look.to its lau ceive 'a check for them. The room inch of space is utilized and made to intelligent consideration. It; was .. ,r 4.
':urhes. The fertilizer was distributed will not be open"Monday. show the exhibits to the best advan- their. desire to remove the stigma (Continued; on Pace.Fire) -
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TWO THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1918

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U. S. NEEDS SKILLED MEN SOCIAL WELFARE'' PROGRAMFOR

I PERUNA in Your Home

TO WORK IN SHIPYARDS STATE OF FLORIDA ,
A housewife must give the first aid in colds, coughs and
-- outer ailments' Her in often
--:--- promptness applying Ul.e; remedy
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Washington, Feb. 5, 1918.. , and packed into every railway siding A social welfare program for the munities. The board should Immediately saved a serious illness. Her experience has led
-Mr. C. A. Carson, <:;Chairman,, Osceola outside of the seaboard cities, thous- state of Florida has been publishedby undertake to develop a hospital her to know that PERUNA is always refute& that she should
County, Council of Defense, Kis- ands of loaded cars of materials for program, either by establishing threeor
the Russel Sage Foundation of have.itoq hand for the immediate trejptaent of coughs and
that
The result was
slmmee, Fla. the war zone.! more general state hospitals or '
JJear Mr. Carson! > I even the coal 'required'for the ships"it. New York City being based upon a the development of county hospitalsin colds and that it is always to her .
your official position, harbor could not get'through, and study made by Dr. Hastings II Hart at least ten I leading counties.
Becausevital importance of enrolling even the few ships we now possess of that organization and Clarence L The report says: "We feel constrained v V.Tfc tIw.rlePart.-, Family
'the United States Shipyard Volunteers were held in harbor by empty !bunkers Slonaker of the New Jersey State to (caution those authority KV \.aka Wto.. writMlft I
I in which you arc engaged, I I.I and could not sail.Until Charities Aid and Prison Reform Association carefully to !guard this m.t alro&cy w.a.reused rm*.In , i
desire .to lay before you u statement we have ships to dear the This report was prepared * against " infectioir'tfkh 4 : lor .mbero,> Safeguard
e' outlining the shipbuilding situation. Atlantic ports of manufactured goods, at I ho request of Governor Catts who the destructive virus of the political r ":rr sud biwp
The information herein contained for which our army in Krance and our had seen a report prepared these' spoils system. It deals with the life : found fin. \prrfedrfreU.bl. MrildM.but ,
is placed at your disposal for use -us allies are in need these enforced gentlemen earlier in the year for the and death, of little children. and men rtd. .."'... The experience 1 of one

.you may see fit in obtaining the enrollment holidays and embargoes must recur, West Virginia. Council of Defenses: and women. It would be a sad day a emoa s daDY.... woman, given herewith, is
of the necessary men for the with the result that no factory in and it was upon his invitation that : for Florida if ever the State Boardof _.11. ...... typical of thousands of let- i
United States .Shipyards Volunteers. { America cnn: be assured of running this report. was made.,for the state of 1 Health should become a political rrue oafs U tars that reach the Peruna
Our shipbuilding program. contemplates full time and no workman fan counton Florida. machine ,'. . The duty of guarding e , which + .
the construction of six- million continuous employment. The report contains 44 pages of the State Board of Health rests with 11Oe with company from grateful,

tons anually, but ov.ng;; to 'the want :. 1C. you ran drive this, home to your covers the governor, who appoints its! mem ,had not bees very .eri now II,'.. frlqads who have found their'
of the necessary skilled men, we.arc people; if this lesson, through constant bers." Since ban taken Parana tae dropping in my hor& S incomplete
not under present condition in a repetition can be thoroughly state upon which suggestions and recommendations A detailed report 1 b made of the throat ba diMonilaua* .. ...,bead.awl. ooaa >pd their
position to turn out that tonnage. j. learned; there is no doubt that you are made. state.hospital for the insane at Chat- are!ell.not.... ao with alopped the rMulUfcand up I _tb..halleontlaiM.on .. 1 am I* family d (ety indanger
The whipping board has the money. "will get your quota of the necessarymen. The report suggests the establishment tahoochie, with recommendations. It 1 am .ntlgffr rid of catanrb. '
It has the yards. It has the material. of a state hospital in the eastern commends the y7heartayr-.....Wn...aa booen nedldna." ouW1a1l'Ior. '
prison in its
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M .Ior'ou.
The housing question is being rapid It is not mere numbers that-count i part of the state; on the cottage plan, new development of farm, and road PERUNA. X
ly cleared up. All that is needed Is 'to -It Is the efficiency of the men en I for the immediate use of returned work, and expresses tho hope that the Colds and Catarrh
obtain the necessary efficient labor. rolled.It I soldiers, crippled, convalescent, or insane leasing of prisoners to private corporations L4great \
It should be brought home to employers is as much to the interest of the I ; and that the construction of this will soon be ended in the weight of testimony that has accumin
and to the employees of the manufacturer to'send his best men to new hospital should be so planned state. feted that PERUNA has been the
industries of the nation that) their the shipyards' as it is-to,the interest that it may be used.after the war as It Is Very desirable that juvenile years on
proves it beyond question to be the reliable family' remtt -
own future depends on the construction of the man himself go* a general hospital for the insane, court methods shall be introduced, eel ready' to take, preventing the serious effects of colds,
of these ships. The fact is that If the use of my ,name will in any which would' relieve the overcrowded and probation officers, appointed for -ha, trip and derangements of the digestive organs. Thismoot
:the recent order issued by Fuel Administrator way help l in"your work, you have the condition at' the' state institution I'in i every county in the state. ls published from time to time and many families have
Garfield closing the factories authority to use it, quoting from this the western part of Florida.I I 'Florida ought to make immediate /pcv ted by' It. > op

e of the whole country, and the statement, to the end that the people The report speaks'in praise of the institutional provision for .at: least ........ _..... PICU.a. rata/ (... lat fa aaMalaMK Canv ft
more recent freight embargo l issued from your district may realize once state agricultural department and its 500 feeble-minded persons Upon the eta y.tad esy.Wh/.rr1......aide.T .
,.by Secretary McAdoo, tying up all and for all that on labor depends the activities. In! developing the .great colony plan. There, should be established e P.n.s C.t ....7.' C......... OkS
the freight with the exception of food construction of the needed ships, and drainage projects the reclamation of a state agency for the protection y
and fuel, carne not because of a falling on these ships depend not only the waste land, the spread of diversified of neglected children which .,
-
down upon the carriers them- war itself, but the present industrial fanning, anJ improved methods of should include the I .
j.c ifir.ranattelwalyres.. ..: ... ...... ,.. QeJuk..o, ;; iifttaat-titgltinati:\ : & '. "":' 'jf"wi, "..... distribution.. It' JUR'hlf*commands the' prixatq" ? gxttdeade supervisionofall,la4g; ,,vwUb..depeo., ; near St. Cloud,' an interesting 'littlepity l liver-aird intestinal ailments, in&ludill'.ppendicltl""O.doa.'wilJ..iJo ,
ships. The reason for this is plain. Yours respectfully, .. xle s\'m--wOrk"' Of'the State"t'niversity dent and neglected children. The speeding up of the American factories EDWARD N. HURLEY, and the College for Women. It The educational problem of the largely ofCivil War veterans. vince or money refunded. For sale I
piled in the eastern seaports. Chairman of the Board.! also recognizes the value of the recent state is fairly well met in the reor- Capt. Roberts lived in Hillywood by J. Z.. Robcrson druggist.CORRESPONDENTS .
activities, of the State Sanitary ganized highet"atitution.s of before moving to LaGrange and his
learning
..
Live Stock Board. All these, with but there Is not enough' work years of active newspaper work gave WANTED
the new work at the State Prison done in the him a wide acquaintance along the
nf
KISSIMMEE MEN WIN DIS- Farm, unite in a large program of for,common school.preparation The -normal teachers departments "Q" from Warren avenue to Western I The Gazette wants a correspondentIn

I food conservation. in the !several institutions Springs and in Lyons and Summit. every community in Osceola county;

TINCTION IN BRITISH ARMY Florida has been slow In 'develop should be strengthened; and there He recently traded his LaGrange Send in the news, it will help the
ing her social institutions. This fact should be extension, work throughout property for a farm at Kfsimme; and will keep your'rectioD before
has been a disadvantage- the past, the state to supplement the' work near St. Cloud, and left last Saturdayfor paper
The Orlando Reporter-Star of last stated )yesterday to a reporter for The I but itI.in. now an advantage for thereason done at the college centers, for the his new home.-LaGrange( 111.) thT J'\1bJle.' 1
Post that General Hunter that the state has the opportunity need is for .
Saturday contained the following: interesting was deco- very great a higher standard Citizen.
information about former rated as gorgeously as a Christmas 'I of developing its future social in the teaching force of the common
tree as he strolled down Fifth avenue. wt'lfare'work to avail itself of the schools. The slate school fund )LE
residents of Kissimmee who joined experience of other which KISSIMMEE MAN WOULD
He has received the military cross, states' is limited, and must be augmented
the British army before the United the Victoria cross, the Order of St. have spent millions in experiments. either by raising the tax limit or by RATHER FIGHT THAN WORK"I NEWHOXElT
States entered the war, and are fastwinning George and several other badges of By observation and study Florida can creating a fund from the leasing of ;
distinction: honor. Captain Hunter {Is heavily: interested take advantage of their successes and reclaimed state land. The distribu- suffered for Jjf with stomach
As the war roes on there win be in lands Hn the Kissimmee failures tion of the school fund should be trouble and couldyBot eat and just
many Florida men to achieve military prairie, and lived for more than a The plan of administration of the based uPon the school attendance hated for anyonaXo say work to me. Jacksjurfrife Florida
., distinction, no doubt. This is a sefe year at Kissimmee while on furlough. state correctional and charitable Institutions rather than the schowl census", as this I would rather rfcht. Since taking a ,
prediction, for several who enlisted lie was surveyor general of India at by a board made up of executive would result in better attendance upon course of Mss, Wonderful Remedy Screened. .'
from Florida with the British arms that time and had seen many years'of state officials is very desirable the'schools.. Public school management I actually wvnt to' work, and talk Com e, Modern.
already have been decorated. The service in regular army life. ,but as this is a constitutional should be absolutely removed about eat, am the last one to leave OuMfde Rooms. In heart ofOrty.
fact that those to whom special reference With Mr. Vans Agnew it was dif provision it cannot be altered without from the realm of partisan con. the tab JHow." It is a simple harm. Convenient to everything.;
.is made are of British blood does ferent. He left civilian life at Kis ; an amendment to the constitution, trol, and to that end the county super less pr aration that -removes the em- Send for booklet.
not detract from the glory which their simmee and enlisted as private.. He which is generally a difficult ,matterto intendents of schools should be ap tarrhar mucus from the intesCflMif
achievements reflect upon Florida. has been wounded four\ times; and has accomplish. It is suggested that a pointed by the stale superintendent trac /and allays the inflammation Wind! II. Smith.., Prep.
Chief among these perhaps, is risen through courageous and highly state board of control be established of public instruction or a central whjeh, causes .practically all stomarfcj
Frank Vans Agnew former postmaster intelligent conduct to the rank of cap similar! tithe board which directs the board of education A.er ow lack
at Kissimmee. Mr. Vans Agnewis tain. He has been decorated with the activities 'of the educational institutions in the school system of Florida is the
a citizen of the United States, military cross, and recently was captured of the state. absence of a attend tOOOOOD.OOOOOOODO..OOOOO .fffO.OOOO. O ooOOtooooo
.. though an Englishman by birth. lie while in action. He was in com Florida has made generous provision ance law. A properschool year, with
was a' member of Roosevelt's Rough mand of a tank section, having six for public health service by the inefficient teaching force, meagerly
'Riders and soon after England de- tanks and their crews under him. lie creation of a State Board of Health paid, with a yet shorter, year and Wanted :
clared war he and several others from was captured only after biff tank had supported by a: tax of half a mill. In less compensation for the schools for
IKiscimmee enlisted. Among them was received several direct and disabling recent years a considerable part of colored children, offers a premium ;-
'R. W, Meiklejon and a Mr. Jenkins, shots. The capture occurred\ on the the income 'has been used in building upon dependency waywardness de "' oltl.tmrtip.
: To Price : :
who was county engineer of Osceola front near Cambrai, and since he has elaborate headquarters in Jacksonville linquency and eventually crime. i buy steers one year

county. There were others identified been in a German military prison and offices with laboratories' in The county board have ole author according to ".tBlze. Will pay spot
with Kissimmee closely enough near Hanover. His relatives have received other cities. Now that this is 'done It)' to relieve temporary distress ami ago. *pSJBASS ,-. y
/for that town to claim the honor of news from him that he is faring the funds of the board may be released give aid to families in need. The cash. '- '
Ihaving- sent a larger number of men well as a German captive. for. real health work. The report practice of publishing the names of
Uo the front than any other place in The Osceola county engineer Jenkins suggests that the board! establish Inspection such beneficaries as part of the proceedings ,. .1' :" & PHILLIPS .

the state. In fact, it is doubtful if entered the British aviation of tenement houses in cities of the board. meetings should ., , .
any,other town in Florida. can assert service and has been given the rank and, injpsjtary, homes In rural com- be abolished. AFJB.iiBaT:; ;; ; : i llim.et.St.CI J _!\ s 10tfTax

claim. !to similar distinction. of a brigadier general. Mr. Meiklejonwas --- --- --- -- -------- - - - ;;, L.,! { :,;, '
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"Among' the''' latter class was Cp- wounded twice early in the war. u-, " "I ,' *-H OH+H-oO 00. .- *<-o-fr<-oe4< -e. ..WWWo-OU-00..0 0 O
tain Fred Hunter, who since has be. His wounds were of a rather serious GREATEST :AMERICAN' ' 4 ,_ '___ __ .. _. _. n ,__,... .... ,
'come a brigadier generalr lie was offered nature and he was put out of action. WATER --.---
the command of the Persian All those mentioned have numerous HrO 0 O'H 0 0 O>- OD ".uu..OOOOO OH 0 D "UO 00 uo 0 00000..0 0"

:wrmy which he declined but did command friends scattered throughout the state LILY GROWS- FLORIDAEditor
the Russion troops at Vladivostok. who will welcome their return no less
He is nbw in New York on special warmly 'because of the .proud records

staff duty and one of his friends they have made. Tribune: While your botanical visitors especially such as stay to \ '

----- ---------.---------- - - - - -- - - - - --- - -- - -- - ,- - - i correspondent is giving her attention t see it bloom in early' summer. Notice ,
Other rare and beautiful forms will
to the commoner of the floral
be described in future notes. 1,
OFFICIAL ORDERS FROM wonders of South Florida we beg to BERLIN H. WRIGHT. ,"

I, mention a few of the rarer forms that DeLand, Fla. .

STATE FOOD ADMINISTRATORDealers iere-'come under our observation, especially =In Tampa Tribune

such as are deserving of perpetuation KISSIMMEE FLA. FlC: 4 1918
and wider distribution.At i We are told on good authority that ." j -

In Poultry and ere in making bread. This substi- Lake Ashkby, in Volusia county -I our Lake Tohopekaliga grows thousands "> .

Dealers in poultry and eggs shall tute ds not an addition to the sub* we found Nelumbo lutea or the II of this beautiful plant; the neck is that
water also Notice'i the
.'not, between February 11 and April stitutes to be used by private homesor great chinquapin American ,lotus. Its called the of the lake extending north and east 'hereby given
saucer-
30, 1918. purchase, ship, sell or otherwise of the the "
consumers.Green shaped leaves, two feet in diameter- city, section that ia cross
negotiate the saleof any live Coffees. i from which ed by what is known as the St. Cloud tax books pf Osceola Countyfor
serving
as a
or freshly killed hens and pullets provided All dealers in green coffees (both large water birds platform: fish. These circular} trestle being almost covered with .
however, that this shall not wholesale and retail) must obtain a'' them in their season. ...t-
leaves have elevated and
the purchase shipment or license under the United States Food an periphery
prevent the collection of the 1917
the stem which is three to
from eight CAPT.
sale between the days mentioned of Administration. C. C. ROBERTS MOVESTO ,
feet is attached to it in the mid. '
hens Which killed All dealers in groceries who sell to long, f 5,
or pullets were or
die. The flower varies from white KISSIMMEE FROM lLLINOtsCaptain ;
shipped prior to February 11, 1918, hotels, restaurants\ ships or public institutions and is taxes wilLclose "promptly on
pinkish yellow large-
or very
to markets for sale as food. Provided must secure a license under Cassius _
further, that nothing in this rule shall the U. S. Food Administration. Any nearly i a foot across when fully open. Cy/Roberts, who ,

) prevent the purchase, shipment or retailer who sells in wholesale quan- The fruit pod and is conical fill l with the flat base tfi served Civil War with and distinctiojr whoxfilazed throughout the trail the for April fi irst. All taxes not paid
uppermost; pits 1 i
tale of live hens or .pullets for egg; tities any of the foods or commodities which repose the seeds or 'water the newspapers if the West suburban G.
production, purposes. This order becomes known' as "licensed! commodities"must chestnuts which edible.It fields, has lef _aGrange to make his
are -
effectvie Feb. 11. have a' license!' is said the aborigines were very home in FI da. lie has friends in by that date will be subject to I
Peanut Flour. Please disseminate.
fond of these find in consequence were all the.suMirbs west of Chicago who
Peanut flour is hereby authorizedas :MILTON PLEDGER instrumental in introducing them in I regret 'departure" but he was advise .
substitute for wheat flour by bak Osceola County Food Administrator. seek climate and all ..costs. |
widely divergent homes. The only 4/to a warmer so .
-_ -_/,-___ _ u _ __ - -- __ -_- _- -_--_-_--_-- -_ __ other place we have ever seen it he has' gone to live in Kissimmee, .
trowing i1? 'n Great Sodas! Bay Lake t ,
C. L. BANDY
i )Ontario N. Y. It it credited to many AND NOW THEY ARE COOKING .
other localities widely separated 1 in TOBACCO TO MAKE IT BETTERFor
Combine Pleasure and Profit the) North, and Professor Sellarda, Tax Collector of O.ceol'County
the state geologist of Florida, in his -
by Attending the State Fairat third| annuul report it is foundin a good many years The American : ..i
(,vcI'ul lakes in Leon county near Tobacco Company have been conducting a

Waldo, and) in Alligator Lake Colum- series of experiments having as their .:..:..:--.c.---.: :..:+x-:.. >.:-.c-->---x.-----: : :+ ---.c.--.x: : _: :

Jacksonville and Shoppingat bin county. ( object the improveraect: smoking "
This s.peHes is of such marked
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beauty and in such strong tobaccos. f' N .o..oo..t. P 1": +1o944P44444
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with all other water lilies and Is tdf know that
'FURCHGOTT'S ao superbly I And it interesting one
-< beautiful that it should be of the greatest of their gtscoveries f was one Cold Storage for Fresh Meatsi:
troduces! very generally; in Florida\ by
and that cookingor
of the simplest tlpt was
You entire and more too if
can .hey > ouru expenses you transplanting the root-stocks or by
plan, to buy jour SpringT nd Summer" ;A|>parel Men Women planting the seeds. Jt will thrive toasting tobacco}/rnproved it in every Eggs Vegetables Etc
.and Children) at rurchfoltsduring Fair-time. wherever there is n considerable ac- way, just: as cooking most foods improves i ,
cummulation of vegetable matter in them.
Whether or not you 4eaire //to the Fair Grounds. We wtH carefully check packages and should be taken to protect it, when They took aal Burley tobacco,grown

deliver to the trains or to our exhibition space in' the Industrial' starting, from vandalism, as the average in this counttt; toasted it as you would Quarter of Beef --------1/2C lb. Meat,left in Storage. and

Arts Building, thus relieving, out-of-town patrons/ of all care boy, first seeing such a novel toast bread tmoistened It to replace the ; i Whole Hoes ___._______Vielb.. ;. art'' as used Ie lb. ,
and attractive leaf flower will
or pullit natural raflfcture driven off by toasting '
1, of packages until they are ready to le'avVjf/or home. Our restroom $f
w / root and stem. This the .
was
up made it< per
,
$ and telephones, too, 'are at your serviHta No. charge-we experience the writer met with in efforts "
the toasted
q are the STORE ACCOMMODATING as welfL l FLORIDA'SIIAIL to introduce it in a new station. cigarette' Curing an4-3rnoking..... 2c per pound.
and to the public.
We would be glad to hear from any opthem "
ORDER HOUSE.
l of your readers who know this strikingly ThJresult has been the demand ji .
beautiful American 'representative evercreated for any tobacco product In a Bring us your', 'hogs the day they. are killed. We will'do' .
of the famous Egyptian water
t' .Furchgott's lotus of the tipper Nile. similar length time. /" the rest.

Let every station be carefully described the change produced by toasting Is not a
and effort made to introduce it only most wholesome. but the flavor Is
BAY AND MAIN JACKSONVILLE I Ir generally into all muddy-bottomed greatly improved,just.cooking Improve KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.: i
: ponds and lakelets where it will not
fail tp, attract the attention of our meat. for example. ..,,,4 0 44 +

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THE' KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1918, THREE
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rrj I are enjoying to the full the warm church should hold its own service on
...... Overnight ReliejFor I-I.u F ....... I BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS 11 weather here. They say the ice gorges Sunday evening, Mar. 10, .-nd ediourn
thrown up by the river to a I.eight at 8 o'clock for the lecture by ex-Gov.
'
I I j of fifty or sixty feet, at Cincinnati; Hanley at the Baptist church.
E Constipatiojmild If Florida is to maintain' her placeas pounded quarterly has been added, Ohio, are the most wonderful: Ice for- Others matters were discussed informally -

one of the most patriotic states in running to maturity Should you be mations -they have ever seen. ,, but were left open until the

I the Union, Floridian must make fur compelled to raise the money, and MINISTERIAL: ASSOCIATION. next meeting.. *
could not do from anothersourt"e
: 'pleasant-tasting omb i- ther sacrifices, and must make great. you you can by going so to the post- A meeting of-the Ministerial Association The closing benedictoin was offered
I T er effort to give the government more office, and giving 10 days' notice, get by Bro. Coleman. .
: na on of simple laxative hetbs with service and stop competing for thosethings them cashed by the government be- was called for last Monday I W. IL COLEMAN... Sec.- ---
=Z= which the vital. fore morning. The following ministerswere
government so maturity, receiving the amountin
pepsin lhat is known as Dr. C dwelPs ly needs, toafs J. F. C. Grifirgs-director cash paid therefor, together with present: Witherspoon, Sibert, If you have anything to sell! tradeor
of the Florida War Savings Committee interest added approximating 3 per Kirkby, Farmer and Coleman'Prayer
Syrup'Peosin taken just before pedtime- I exchange try our classified: column.It .
in an appeal over his signature ceht.
offered Dr. As there
was Kirkby.
by
.1 will. affora relief to Floridians, to stop buying "It is our duty to save our quartersand brings! results.
grateful net morning non-essentiale and place their, money. dollars, and buy, if not every day, had been no recent meetings and '
witho griping or.other dilcomfort. in War Savings Stamps. then every week, every month during some of the other officers had movedto Wars i impoverish a nation, the- I
Director\ GriKRJtf irufsts thatt! -the the year, and get our dollars thus invested other fields, it was found necessary plow enriches It.
. purchase of Liberty Bonds, contributions small government bonds, to reorganize. The following officers
I to the Y. M. C. A. and Red which are better and safer than all were elected: Witherspoon. president,
D Caldwell Cross does not' complete the obligation of the greatest banks in the United and Coleman, secretary and treasurer.
of any citizen to his government, States combined.' The matter of new advertising THE MAN TO GO TOK
His appeal follows: "Start ,today, and go to"your post. hangers was discussed and the president ... nr-Irrt..fl...
... ...._.
Syru.Pep4in'i iThe -Answer the fall and Follow the office, your bank your merchant or 'and secretary were made a com. .... e.err.1'...... ... W"r. ........,... t
Flag of Your Country." any agency selling these stamps, and mittee. .... .11. e..r f
| "Is there a citizen of tine United begin an account with: Uncle Sam. The time1of the association meetings .... _f...J...<<:_. _

I I Perfctt Laxatiw States living, or temporarily residingin Be a patriot, and carry a smile of was fixed at 8 a. m., followingthe walla F.rbraaae..N, *"* Add_ aet.l.tj
Florida, 'who will turn a' deaf ear satisfaction on your face with the first and third Sundays in each CM
A. GINN. EagMaraAlrl'OR0.
I to his country's]]7' A true American knowledge that you are answeringyour month.It "WILBUR.
'.. will not, and I am appealing in counrty's call that every was thought best that ,each FLORIDAState
' ,'SOLD BY DRUGG1ST.EVER/WIIERE a the name of our country that our people Other good citizen carries the same
come to its rescue. Where is the smile-it cannot be done without the
= 50 cts. ( :: } $1.00 man or :woman. yes-.even the child, knowledge that they have helped their

.. '1. _== who would not 'resent the insinuation country during these times., Let this
'
even, that they were lacking in patriotism be a work of an organized effort in I
B A-trial: bottle can be obtained free 01 chare, by writing: to. i for their country when theforeign every' home in Florida\ no matter how Banr-

B Dr. W.13. Caldwell 457 Washington Monticello. Illinois =B= enemy, in knocking at o rdoor' humble it maybe
.. ? "I again appeal to everY citizen :
"You sons!! your brothers, and in who is able, and not' rl ready doing so
............................,....... .............. many instances, your fathers, have -no.matter where you may live-to

gone to the front .in the defense of buy space in your home paper andover I of Kissimmee J
:
our country, and purely when your your own name, advise your I
BEST RURAL SCHOOL IN government js' asking for your aid neighbor to buy Thrift Stamp 'and I .
Ij to assist in caring for our army and War Savings Stamps. Don't hang .

, nav:.':;our..own. blood, ,'ou',1'wHl,' not bacl' lind ,wait' ,: foK.om1t vn e11.-----a":1/ :1 ; +li Z@Sl.0t th@lQ :;'. .-: -
15GOUNTIESATBASSVILLEIt wthi!: -h-'t'! > )"!!';' this nrHtrdo-iryourself.-lHid. : Jet your )

will you? people know where you stand, and l .
T "You are offered the opportunityof what you are doing, then practice I'
has been well known that The school location and the general buying Thrift end War Savings what you preach/ and buy. the who
schools of Otfceola county have reached condition of the grounds: added ten Stamps issued hy the United Statesin 'Remember what our country is are on man
standard of excellence but more points the full value allowed. denomination of 25 cents to $4.12or expecting of us and .know that its
a high The school fcuildinf inside outside!' one cent additional: on each war eyes are upon us, just as the greatest
just this week" was learned from a 'walls and floor, are considered and the Ravines stamp for tech month after search light is resting at night upon
report of K. L. Turner, state high water supply. These scored' twenty January. the Statue of Liberty. We are smallin
school inspector!' that out of fifteen more points. "For each war savings stamp the population, but prove to the world
counties he had visited in his official The light and ventilation at Bass Government will pay :you $5.00 on the that we are great in patriotism."J. -
capacity, the rural school at Baa ville ville were one hundred percent-per- 1st day of January 1923.: You can F. C. GRIGGS, r
was the only one he had rated in fect. not own more ,than $1000.00 worth "U ,'cctCr for Florida, National SAVS.
Class one. I Furniture and apparatus fell below of'these at maturity value in anyone National War Savings Committee ,
Mrs. G. W. McGowon, nee Miss the standard from the fact that thereis name. Interest a ,. Pheripro, is the talented teacher of no library there. This lost a score
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this school and it is through her labors of six points. I

with the assistance of CpuntySuperintendent The actual work at recitation i is, of the "baby liberty bond," the Thrift I .
Yowell and the cooperation carefully outlined in the inspector's RALLYWELL Stamp. Dr; Witherspoon ,has been
of her enthusiastic pupils report and the Itassville school lack- made chairman of that department of I PAUSE for a oment, young man, ;
that this condition has been brought ed only three points of a perfetrtscore /
service
for this
locality and said that
about. : ATTENDEDThe the work was starting off very well. give ar thought to self. The i
In making up a report on a school Bassville may be justly proud of He explained that it would be neces-
Mr. Turner takes a great many such a record as has been'made by her sary for the present interest to con problems thac confront you now or
,
school in fact it is credit the
things into consideration. lie begins a to tinue to "
accomplish the goal set for
with the enrollment, the attendanceand county and to the state. It is safe to woman's' patriotic rally held at the country.' will a few ars hence.
the number of grades taught. say that some means will be found to the G. A. R. hall Saturday under the Several impromptu talks y; .
Next is the classification giving the supply the needed library before an. auspices of the Woman's Committee made Mrs. were 4
J. W. Prentis telling of
Look about ke of affairs in state ...tiOll.e.
number of pupils in mixed grades, other year rolls round, which will of the. Council of National Defense the activities of the Fulechee yon men country -
etc. Unssvilie school graded the full bring the total score to almost the was well attended by a serious audience Fire girls; Mrs.. W. J. Fripp speaking Camp ., in the world, the men who started to sate early in life.. 1 1The.e

five points in this division. I hundred mark. that listened with undivided of the effect of the war on the t
attention while various phases of pa. children of the nation, and others. e respect and confidence, of the community. tI
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triotic service were discussed. Mrs. J. Earle Lupfer responded to ,I
I Lieutenant Jarrell Thanks Red CrossCamp 1 Miss Elizabeth Aultman, chairmanof the urgent request of the audience, Then 100 /Oil the other side--at the fellows who spend all 'they 'J
the Kissimmee organization, presided with the.reading, of "Herbie Hoover's make-they Jmj have a food time for a while but what does (heir
and introduced the speakers. Version of Orphan Annie," with her personalty icflect 7dollar
I The opening ('chorus, "Columbia, usual wonderful child impersonation.The .
Wheeler, Ga., when the sweaters were received the Gem of the Ocean," was followedby
February 13, 1918. 1 from time to time and due to the fact devotional exercises led by Mrs. Ing chorus meeting"America.adjourned" with 'a clos or 'so deposited in this bank will be the
that the Red Cross had ,
I headquarters
Coleman nucleus of honorable independent
Mr. M. Katz, Treasurer, Kissimmee, an career.
given me some sweaters to be issuedto Miss Inez Carson a '' .
Florida.y the men direct, and in that way the patriotic drive gave for Y. summaryof W. C. A GLAD TO BE IN FLORIDA AGAIN Make your befinniag now-today. Your bankbook i

Dear Mr. Katz: each of the Kissimmee boys received war funds. This fund was subscribedat .will pare the way.

Please do not think front my silence ono Kissimmee sweater were, all not of issued those immediately sent from a meeting called by Miss Anne Mr. anj Mrs. G. V. Bebout and their Capital] stock _______________ ____ ____ $100,000.00 "j
that B Company in general, and I in Bryan Carson several: weeks ago, and
friend
particular, are not deeplygrateful upon receipt as we thought it at that time $411 was pledged, the Mrs.. Emma Burchinal, all of .fteMttrce* OTer _.........-__-----r_______ 400,000.00 {
would be better to hold some sweaters Pittsburg,.Pa., arrived in Kissimmee ,> ' '
; to the people of Kissimmee for both full amount tobe, paid by April 1st. v. ,V} *
in reserve so that when a man Wednesday to spend the .remainder of Officers and Directors ". .. ',
!. 'the which were sent us for The statement given by Miss Carson : c" ._
oranges .
, Christmas, and the sweaters which returned from the Hospital debilitated follows; i Ii t. I''' I' the winter season ot their pleasant ... J to :., ,. ,.t'
\\OW'\",, the Red Cross has from time to time by sickness we would have a Total amounticollected ...:::-::.$256.59 .cottage in Park Gardens. Mr. and :C. A. CARSON. ;.Presideat ,. M. KATZ" E. L.:LESLET.\V-P.. ;:r ,
Mrs. Bebout have been Kis-
sweater to furnish him. At this time coming to
Sent us. I have been intending to Total sent to headquarters__ .147.50 I ROMA THOMAS. CaaUcr
write and attempt to express throughyou every man in the Company has one Balance on hand _____.__.___ 99.09 simmee for the past eight years and'have'come ,\ .
our appreciation to the people of and we have about twenty-five in re Total unpaid _____________-- 154.41 back 'n week earlier this 'N. C. BRYAN: N. B. CARSON M.KATZ,
be in Osceola
serve. We expect to have about one season to time for the
Kissinunee for the absolute thought. Miss Aultman reported on the ex-
The C A. CARSON H. FLEMING K'L.; LESLEY .
Fair. entire
hundred more men assigned to us in County partyex-
fulness which you have shown towardus tent of the work done) along the line J. WADE TUCKER Director
and for the deep interest which a very short time, and if it be agree of food conservation cards, giving a press themselves as more than grate- "
able with the Red Cross I would like ful to escape the continued cold In
have taken in us since we left, total of 1,100 signatures of people
you
but I have put it off from time to time very much to ''hold the reserve supply living in and around Kissimmee. This the North with its snow and ice, and
feeling my inability each time to find for the purpose of supplying any of work was accomplished largely by-the
words with which I could adequatelyvoice those men who do not have one when Oskito and Fuledhce Camp Fire girls,
the appreciation of myself and they are assigned to us. In the event she said. .
the Company. they all have one I shall either return She also gave the number of women
Certainly no people in any town in .them or Again issue them to the sick registering for pledged patriotic service
the entire country have been more men as they return from the Hospital at 121. Someof, this number CeMained '
thoughtful of their boys than the thereby giving them two. However registered for voluntary service and
people of Kissimmee have been to if this arrangement is not satisfactory -,others for paid positions.
us. I have not the slightest doubt with the Red Cross, I shall : .Mrs. Young Present.
but that the sweaters furnished by be glad to make any disposition of I Mrs. A. W. Young, vice presidentfor
the Red Cross have saved the lives them that they may suggest. the fifth section of the Florida I /
of a good many of the boys in the Had the people of Kissimmee done Federation of Women's Clubs, who iai ": yQM.I. "
*, Company by protecting them:' during nothing for us we'would have, of was in the city in the interest of club I 9 iNpi d iJ L
some of the bitterly cold days through course, looked forward with pleasureto work, made an excellent talk, telling\ -
which we have been this winter. the) time when we would be permitted of the great national war program d'I' IE. vluiil '3Y111 LJ r 6i
Please do not let anyone in Kissimmee to return, but now that every- and the part every woman should I 7 l bt'! :
one has been so exceedingly thoughtful
lend credence to the absolutely
of us, we cannot but feel all of .play.Attorney i 1
false reports which have gone out to Milton Pledger, official \1
many towns that the boys in the army the tender associations which are food administrator for Osceola county -
connected' with home thinkof
do not appreciate the sweaters on when we was asked to address the meetingand
which the ladies have put so much Kissimmee and look forward to responded in characteristic style.
work, and which have been so greata the time when each of us will be per lie began by thanking the people
comfort' to the men in the army. mitted to personally express our ap for the hearty co-operation they have
Certainly the boys in B Companywill preciation. <- shown in their loyal endeavor to conform I
fight for theirs. With very best wishes I am, to every request of the food administration r'n_ -, -.- \ ;
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Owing to the fact that a large Sincerelx yours, and saidit was his --------- _ _
number men were in the Hospital LEE JARRELL. opinion that fully 99 per cent of the _

I _ _ nn _ _ _ _ results from this conservation must
come through co-operation. p
Conservation( he said was merelya I i" 'lli'in'
change of habit, and when the whole r rtltNnt
people became accustomed to the sub-
stitution of corn meal for the wheat The most efficient of
Your flour it would be only a matter of r p
Social Standing time until we would be sending all otout'
1jM.
flour to' feed our soldiers and our for factories, warehouses, office b" dings, 'fir:

Demands Cards allies, while we ate corn meal and hotels stores barns / ,
Engraved enjoyed the change.Mr. garages, out) uildings, :
Pledger referred to Osceolarsrecord etc. Made in shingle form for'residences. i+; llJd u ;; {.
for service in furnishing not i .
. WE HAVE ADDED A NEWt Certatn-Ued weather-proof, clean )sanitary and fire- :
:.--J.k.. only her quota of men for military -" j,
.. LINE OF ENGRAVED duty, but more than her quota. So retarding. It is not affected by fumevnr.iases.;, and does '
many more that it was lively: that not rust or corrode. Neither does'meh under the hot 'i liI j ft'ht'i4' .
Stationery Calling Cards none of the men classed in number sun. Because it is )lighter than other types of roofs, it "1 liN'l! "1 I
: one-of the registration would' be call- requires less to support it. J' NII iil{ ,
ed for twelve months yet.
Wedding Invitations, Birth Cards lie spoke of the great drives for Certain-teed is economical. Iff first cost is low. It is inexpensive I

the Y. M. C. A. war fund and the to lay and it costs;ractically nothing maintain. ; l

Announcement Cards lar Y. W.purpose.C. A subscriptions. for a simi Guaranteed 5,10 or 15 yfirs, according to thickness. fir

Engraved in the latest styles and on the lie gave a comprehensive review There are many roll\ ropfings, but there is only one Cmtl;".- ":
.} finest of cards and paper. of what we might hope to accomplishby tetet. Remember the same by its meaning-Certainty of -1 "'
intelligent and cheerful team work quality and Guaranteed satisfaction. -

i ASK 'T<;> SEE OUR SAMPLES along disseminate these lines the and information told of his plansto and For sale by best f alers, everywhere. 'l '

!i't a Price a> low as consiatent with this high suggestions. furnished by the government Cert lD-teed Product Corporation ,+e.e '- )

.I class of work. Throughout his talk was practicaland fS Manufacturer of : '..{/ ,

to the point, and seemed to voice Certaut-teed Roof ing-Paints-Vaniuhet
Kissimmmee Valley Gazette the sentiments of the listeners, who OfKfmt and WarJ iu.. ia Principal Citiea.. Aaa.r c.
frequently interrupted him with ap-


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KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE surface. Tomorrow their through thousands to the of A Drunkard's Plea, '
pUnts push wny Red Cross To Enter.
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I .Ijght. They wave in the breeze a (By f). Homer Jennings St. Cloud.Departmen.t :"

FablUkrd Every. Fri'.,.. veritable sea<< of green and whitei. The in St. Cloud H r.Jd) I ,

OfSr !. Valley UssrKc BaHdls. and period promise Of growth planting la almost time magical is ful. New Field Of Service In i : ,. \

Kt.iiI.sr.. Klrida .
The lines of the following }
"filled in a matter of weeks. poem
TilE "WON PER CITY-
W. B. HARRIS ..4 K, G. VANS AO.\K\V The strawberries are sweeter,' the were written by Mr. p Homer Jennings -.I NEWS AND NOTES OF

(, Owner* gardens are in their prime.It Army Camps AmericaAt our poet laureate 'of St. Cloud JAMES MILES MANAGER

'e1qb...' N.. IIII i is' well worth staying "until the Florida February 11, 1918. The inspiration. -' -
whole wonderful miracle of the came from the sermon II : I .

I 1II..rlp.I.. ftafta. change of seasons Is accomplished and the suggestion! ; of Secretary 01 preached at the Methodist church Wilcox and Drt Skiff from
Dr.
February FallgVillage
. .1 of here Sunday eveningFeb.! 10 1918.\ The Veterans Association met
On COPY. One V"ar.u_ _, $200 then go! home with the satisfaction War ,
__ ______ Baker the American Red Cross Conn., arrived on Friday evening -
One Copy PI* Month u 10 having'\ aided a nation in eolvlng one The poem was written especially for 16 at'2 p. m. ; .
One Copy.Three Month._____.____ .76 of the most serious conditions it has I. about to enter a new field the address whiclt Rev. Bowen made Opening song, "America last and are guests for the next'

i All communications except from our ever faced. of service In the army camps before the Veterans' Association last Prayer by Chaplain Westcott. two weeks at the New England house.

LUtborlted' corrrepondenta muat be of the United States, a field In Saturday, and was then' read by Rev. Song'\ by the'choir.. Mr. A. W. Daughcrty! spent t.wo''days
signed by the writer. which'' they are already working InFrance Bowen! Minutes of preceding meeting were l Iljst week visiting friends in Or
Rejected matter will not be returnedvntoaa read Collection 'was lando.. ,
'- and approved.
called for. NO DATE YET SET the Bureau of CommunIcationbetween
the men In the hospital and Say Stranger) Have you n dime' to taken, amounting to $4.44. Sister Mandy of the Shaker colony'was -

Entered in the Postofflce at Klsslm. their families at home. This will neCPKHltato spare . Song of a Thousand Years, by the the guest Sunday afternoon of

_e..JI'I..rlda. a. neoond-claaa matter.) FOR SECOND DRAFT building a Red Crocs house That you'd I lend to a sot like me? choir. Mrs. Minnie Barber on Massachusettsavenue. .

.. In .e'Y..r1 army camp In the country To tell the truth I'm awful dry; 'Editor Johnson hi a lhrre.minute1Irf'ech .
and securing for each boose'<' a man I'm 'Just recovering'\ from 11" spree. advocated sending'\ Smalage Mr. Z.- A. Paugherty: who has been

who will ke.pln personal touch with You think I'm odd-I speak so plain-** books; spending the .winter here, left Tuesday -

Wnthinpton, Feb. "&Secretary every man who is admitted to the camp I'm not one of your dandy kind; Comrades Capt. .Farrls and Dr. morning for ''his hmoe at New

Baker authorized the statement today hospital, as well as a sufficient, stenographic Once I'd have said-when on a tare...*. Farris condemned the sending of Lisbon, Ind., the family "will remaintill
force to handle the letters dictated I've indulged in a I 1'ttle wine. Smilage books. .Comrade Johnson( the end of the school .term.
thct no date had been, selected for the whetheror Josh H. Ferguson attended the fair .
by there men and to keep their arose for information as to
beginning of the 'second draft. Various families'constantly. Informed as to Nov( it', got to be sober facts; not it was a proper<< question to be at Kissimmee on Wednesday, .

estimates )JiaA-o placed the time their condition and progress.Col. It's rum-that. beverage of hell! discussed there. The president de. Mrs. Bessie Daniels and children- '

between March 1 and June 1. 'These William Lawson Feel General! It's make. me a tramp. --rthe meanest cided the comrades, were honest. in were the sruests'Sund.-.y of Mio. L. C.
.manager of the Southern division has kind- their belief but were wrong. The aupherty on Carolina avenu"
are declared<< to lie .entirely'guesses.Th just received letters from W. R.. Castle With no home but' the prison -ell. m'et.inl'was'\ here turned over to !\I rll. Born: to Rev: and Mrs. J. T Stsw-

*government's'//i disposition not to Jr... dlrwfor of the Bureau of Com._ Once I was a man--held positions of TJf'pe\Vin"'har of the program! for art oh Thursilay. Feb. 14;.a boy. ,

disturb the labor situation,: partculir.:: munlcatlonn, and from Harry B. .Wallace .. trust, the W. C: T. U. ? Mr. and 1\\1'1I G. K, Smith celebrated -' .'

ly on farms in the planting season, is assistant director-general of military And my boast was loud and free Sonl'.hy''\ the choir, "We .Must Vote their 49th wedding anniversary-
relief explaining: Secretary Baiter' That "I could take a social' drink. for''' Prohibition." Feb. 12th at their I'.ome on Pennsylvania .
FEBRUARY 22 1918 the factors being 'dcrf'd.
one of con
*: plan and asking for suggestions:: But never' a drunkard be." Reading by Mrs. Grace Cooper. ,. I avenue. There was.a bountiful
The provost marshal pcncral's<< office aa to men In this division who are "Prisoner at the Bar of Justice." I supply of good'\ things to eat.' Those

The Plant City Courier says thespring it is understood is disinclined; togo qualified for' the positions of responsibility First it was wine then beer thenrum.. Song!" by male chorus, "The Tide I. present were Mr. an I Mrs. Theodore

'\ vegetable I crop will.be the ahead with the i.eccnd; draft until at the camps. Colonel I Peel Down c.ownward was my awful Rolls In." Deschner Mr. and Mrs. Dwight 'L.
; .there. Potatoes congress has perfected the law by announced Thursday at a meetingof flight. Song by Comrade Depew "Old Bill : Smith.' .
biggest ever :
,will lead.with grown beans! a secorj). pending amendments to chnnge the his bureau directors that the Southern A worthless, seedy tramp by day; Booze." '" : Mr. M. Johns: night editor of the .

',.,.., ,iA\l.\ .",\oIfm,.. >Mi".Ifl!Florida, ....out...........ranks......, .......all...--;'other''' "'' <\\1..states H..j......, -nriV.hawic l"of t apportionment, and into-1 to authhoresjdent.fo.t'all "the- dlvUloh he would'natlbnaf-orgaoiiatldfi co-operate t .in everyway'wIth'"t and ,\ht"8lrtnlk"A ,sot in."the'.._.lowest' c bld"'I1''tale"'tm1old.'.dives at night'' .pew-'.Anct.ahg for'\'-rroWbitlon encoro--Mr.and-Mra..De-Jt l1flfl'",:brlandoSentinel\1 pnda.':''''''."r '.'.""",*", was''.' <.!;':;q.hi,..":..our_.,;v;
it is sail In expenditures' per capita military serviCe men skilled in. Industry . that work would be begun-a.* oncf'- to Of the sins of fashion r-nd the gay; Rev. Bower talked "on Kaiser Bill J. I D. Houston of" Lc'trolePa., Mrs.

I for road improvements. and agriculture regcrdless! of previous assist In carrying out Secretary Bak. Their social meets, and cards and and Bill Booze as partners for our McCurdy of Pit tfbur, Pa.,' 'and Mr.

+ It I classification.The er's -plartK: drink. ruin. and Mrs. J. M. Yealy of VilkinsburgPa. ,
Smilage bookA are well named. I remaining increments of the The.directors of the work In the Red That. lead to shame an! honor:* be I Closed by singing "Star Spangled ., arrived :Monday evening and are
don't know anything more calculated 'I'fil. t, draft will begin to move forward Cross houses will be under the authority trayed. Banner." guests at the St. Cloud hotel fcr the ;
t) the begnnniop<< this week.It .
camps of the Red Crone 'Meld Dln.e.tors '
to make a khaki-clad smile than one is probable that next month local in ,the various who In Ye had a wife and' H. I ; season.
of these books. He would' smile j camps a baby The Woman's ;I-o\'em't'nt Club Mrs. Florence Hatcher and Miss
when he received it and .every time I I boards may be asked to forward small turn are under the supervision of Z. The wife a budding flower when lZ'ave.a reception<< on Friday evening Emma Murphy attended the fair at

'. he used one of the increments necessary to replace men Bennett Phelps, director of military; first we met. Feb. 15th at the New St. Cloud hotelin Orlando on Wednesday last. -
:- coupons. going! overseas, but the expected sum relief for the Sotaliprn: division, No Heaven rest no love more true, honor of the library board to the :Mr. and ;Mrs. J. W. Squires left

Our county canning'\ club l lassies\ I I mons of half a million will be later. Secretary Baker nays In him letter! : Until the tempter my soul beset. tourists and home folks. Mrs. Tuesday. morning to spend some. timeat
Plans for the second draft as now "Since the American Red Cross There in the crurch yi-rd, under one of IPtz'l St. Poternburp.Mr. . '
are experimenting with the makingof under, consideration include I gar'\ as president tile club int
calling has' already established In France In mound ed the : and :Mrs. Ueorpe 'C. Wood accompanied -
with fair of 'sppak rs.
suc
soap prospects !100.000/ a month until the second quota accordance with order Mother and child lie side side.
an army a !service by Mrs. J, W. interesting bv Mr. fiporre; H. Flint
cess. The making of a good qualityof Squires gave on ....
I is complete. In that way officials to keep families In America In Mv guilty soul cries out with shame; the and her frh'nel.1I's.. AmroU of Providence .
home-made would add another '\ talk on general work of the j
soap "erppet to aVoid much of the confusion perusal touch with their boy,.. 111or Because of 'the demon drink -
article to the Osceola farm's declaration they club from the beginning. I R. I., :Mrs. Wheeler '.nl l Mrs.
which accompanied the firrt call. The wnundfd in the field It Is. PUKRPHId died.REVIVAL I
of independence. I Mrs. C. K. Hendrix snoke about :Miller 1 left for a short i uto trip to
rmn will report in a steady stream < that this' service he extended to
) Bench onIon.lay.: mornin .
the Daytona : (
difficulty and delay they ingetting
---- and he assimilated i into the hal.
military ,the 'hml' In the United States American
DeLand is b machinebefore the SERVICES BEGIN AT a library build in jr. A pnity fron the New Knplindhouse ::
gaining popularity next lot is're- Red Cross representatives at the I
I CHURCH NEXT Instrumental music by :Mrs (;ill.s.1 ; went to Narcoossec on the boat
I Instituting an auto park where vis-- I| ceived.It CHmpR. lire an In France, would have BAPTST, SUN: .
,', I itinp autoists may pitch their tent has been definitely nettled that access to dally lists' of admissions and Mrs. Norris as chairman of the library :Maud: on a fishinic trip on' Tucndey.Mr
and enjoy come of the conveniencesof the first contingents will be used to evacuations from the hospitals and, Rev. J. U. Dew, D. I).. of Redge- board pave! n history ,of the : .J. "n quite

ifI the city.Why . fill vacancies iri the national guard to far as! It Is in accord with necessary crest, N. C., will begin preaching ina library woik. :Mrs. Clara Sims in describing sick for the past. two months, is much I .

divisions caused by-the withdrawal ofmen medical rules., would be allowed series of revival services next Sun 'the present condition of the improved' at this writinjrf.:
and Mr-. llodirea :Jlr. l ;Mrs.\
:Mr.
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library said hail nn<
from the organization of special to talk with Kick men. They would day morning at 11 o'clock. And you they nearly .seventeen -
Not and technical units. Similar vacancies be expected to kcepfamllles constant. are cordially invited to hear him. He hundred numbered 1 books which Thornton w"lio are spending the vinter -
; Linger did not include encyclopedia and reference << at 1.k\ <>lm.1f'rp the put'ots for
is
in of
the National army divisionswill ly Informed as to the condition and an evangelist more than twenty
week-end the Farris Ilot .>1.
the nt
hooks and also <<
"* had hundred
have been filled by that time progress' of the men In the hospitals years experience. one .
a Little Longer from the final increment of the first to write letters for men unable to What others says (}bout him: and thirty subscribers holding'\ :Mrs. J. B. We tcott rnii son, IIh\
: i Collins and :Mrs. Anna AnsbAuirh'went
card ,
j draft. write themselves and In general!: to "One of the strongest preachers in Mrs. Theo. George speakingon
fulfill that clause of the Red : agitat-1 Edna Wainwright the of :Mrs. Westcott having charge: of the '
:1 i The Florida hotel men are charter which designated the society\ Dallas Texas. on use the '
an ."a medium of communication between "J. II. Dew is the safest evangelistin library to the community.Song St. Cloud exhibit.
.i ing the question of assisting Fuel Comedy and Tragedy of Life the South by Mr. Naaon ."The Deathless I Mr. and :Mrs.' Wedge of Brid ('wa-
Administrator' Garfield in his efforts tro pl' In the field and their today. -Geo. W. Mc.
to regulate the fuel situation by keeping I families at home" I Daniell.) 1). D., Richmond, Va. Army" and for encore sang'\ "The I tc-r. Conn., have rented :Mr. anI Mrs.
;. Little Bronze Button." Pert Gessforl's house on Florida ave.
the Florida resort hotels j .J. II. Dew is just the sort of evangelist I
j longer: this The suggestion open i iI is ( Frcf.t St. Cloud HerHOf '\ that l is needed in these stressful Mr. Nash pave! a talk on Lincolnand nue.A. '

I a practical year.one and if carried out Travelers- Compelled to 'lay over to Red Cross Worker HonoredBy times through, which we are pass paid a tribute to mothers. Then vesper service will heheld' in the

7 would result In. nothing but good to waLt for, a 'belated train can always ing."-B. D. 'Grayl, sec'y Home Mission Mrs. Metzgar'\ introduced Mrs. Kelley, :M.\. E. church on Sunday evening;: '
i all parties. find entertainment in watching the Nurses Association Board Atlanta Gn. a tourist who has four sons and two March! : 3rd.

First and most important of all faces of the-passing throng Men and Dr. Dew has just completed most grandsons in the United States Army Miss R. Peter, who has been the ,.. /

other considerations it would conserve women coming'\ and going'\ all reveal successful meetings at Bartow and camps. guest: for the past two weeks of
I
Si 'a wonderful amount of fuel if theft something'\ of the comedy or tragedyof Miss Jan. Van De Vrede Nominated Lakeland in this state and the peopleof Mrs. Hibbard pave a talk on her Misses. Anna and Louise Hoppe lefton

hundreds of tourists should linger! life-some faces betray a feeling these cities have nothing but the home in the Mission field in Penan p.Mra Wednesday morning: for her home. .. ". .,,
w here till the last of May or the first of utter indifference to anything fate Director For. 1...-1.2t- hearty. words of approval both for I Mrl. Rice ,Miller", made, an. appeal.... i in Cincinnati!,,. Ohio.k- -. '
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of June and would'"release) (<.',that may.,!!ee'.fit to hand out to them,.while Miss Jane Van T>e Vrede of Savannah him as a man and for his method of for, bo 0 k s.," I, ,;VI":' ,:: '. ."\ ',-r." I'"' ." ,\,;(>"" :,, AM rsJlMary, ; ||E$Riggan Ireturned on

,w amount for the less'; fortunate;; 'ones still) ."others-wears a i look of, discontent director of the Bureau of Nursing conducting 'meetings. The meetings ,,Wesley,,UouldW afNewgYork: iasttThursday'fromialtwoweeka'| I delightful
u who remained in their:northern homes and,vain .( .,.U.I.. .......... >, Southern Division. America ', Red will. be held in the auditorium ofthe: City t read i an i article i onM'AJLMolher's atlI'orlL.Oranl'\"e
and in many cases have suffered hard-! lit IOn (wait d 'a t RI RlBt. il "'"d 'y; Cross. has recently received word First;Baptist'church each evening'at Giftto! Tlrrirnnntrjr MflllliBliHIBMBP'' \ tviait* '\ =1.la

: hips hitherto unheard of in this land the platform I saw an open empty from Mrs. Charles D. Lockwood chairman 7 o'clock till' further, noti e. Notice Dr. Johnson of Wisconsin' called Word has becrfrecei ved'here of the

of plenty. They would be welcome box, 3x6. I did not need to ask of the nominating committee' of for day service will be made later. attention to the fact that he never, death of C. B. Kiner at Sarasota.

here and would in no wise effect the why it was there for soon the silent the American Nurses Association of Mrs. Dew goes with her husband and knew of. anyone who regretted'\ their where he was a lineman and was killed ,

fuel supply for there l is no question as tread of pall bearers approached her nomination director of the association l is an expert and accomplished musician enlistment. by a live wire. Mr. Kiner was \

to how much we use with plenty bearing a coffin in which reposed the for the term Of 1919-1920. and you should hoar: her also. Duet by Mrs. Gibbs and Mr. Nason. well known: in St. Cloud, having been
of wood easily available.may dead body of a friend and comrade. This l Is one of the highest honors Delicious orangeade was served by here for about five years before going '\

Softly they lowered their burden into that can be clven a member of the Anton Rice of Detroit Mich., i is Mrs. Vreeland. Mrs. Veeder and Mrs. '\ to Sarasota. He leaves a wife

Every year many of our visitors the empty box, closed and sealed it, nursing profession and comes' as a here for a real fishing trip and hopesto Jaques.Mr. and two children to mourn his loss.

leave with the coming of our early draped it in the folds of Old Glory recognition of Miss Van De Vrede's land some nice, strings of the finny .- Mr. and Mrs. Chi am. Dr. and Mrs.

warm weather. This i i. ,especially and covered it with flowers. No ten. splendid service. The nomination tribe as he is used to such sport and G. E. Moyer from Philadelphia Owens Mesdames Phipps Reed and

true of the tourists who are spending der word of farewell was spoken not will be confirmed at the association goes after them. lIe is a guest at the Pa., came in Monday evening and is Coates attended the fair at Kissimmee -
their first;, season in the South. They the convention the first week 'In May. Lincoln house. located! at the Bonair house. on Thursday. '
of last
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the heat of the first spring days "back heard from the silent sleeper. They ; ,

horns' and unmindful of the intermittent coming left him train alone which in was waiting to bear for him the Appropriations For Relief Work( 'I Notice?la hen-by MVIK..h'H,-," that, the Annual
cold waves which CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
IIwet'p'ovt'r l )jl mci-tlnic of the Stuok'holdei. "f
their sections from February till late back to the old home, there to be laid I the "-1.(1 JUliA) HKH "V I'It EaR ('')M- I

spring, they hurry away. Their at rest by the side of loved ones gone _In n _France_ _n__ _Announced nn________ -Rv j 1'ANY will be ht-ld nt tin- office of V'.
before This incident recalled to K. Crawford at l KlxHlmmee. Florida on
spring thaws and freezes always takea FOB EXCHANGE:: acres good high FOR RAT.} O* TRADE-Fix-room' Monday, March 4th. ISlfi. At 11:00:
heavy toll in sickness even from the mind Will Carleton's pathetic lines' Red Cross War CouncilThe ridge land Rood drainage, in an excellent house front an7TA ck porches cor, o'clock A.M., for the eltctlon of IJI-
location for Block growing, IVnrteld and HamimajJi., on Dixie
tourists who have wintered here and rectora and for transaction of suchother __
in deaths "Only a box secure and strong'\, fine grass all around It. free range, Hiithway. Beat barKaWMn Klsalmmee. buHineni an may bi rouiht l before ""
cases result. All
many this
good hoe, barn garage about 12 Make m* an ofr e foigC'hAa.Thompson said meetlnR.M. .
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could be avoided by staying until Rough and wooden and six feet' long; Relief work of the AmericanRed to 15 acrfca fenced and In cultivation ; 623 Penflfld avenue.2tp; J. F.. 11 OB A NT.
summer i is well established.This Lying! here iri the drizzling'\ rain .willXexchanRe; for KUnlmmrc FOR SALE-Mod..rn. 6-room ho,..., 1(I.U Secretary.NOTICK .
Waiting to take the up-bound train. Cross In France I. already well property. *"V\ good opportunity for clone In, all convenlencea; fine neighborhood -
extended staywould be a i under way and appropriations (for the right, ninn. Mum have Ha much Address communications : U
pleasure as well as a profit for at no this work tQ the' amoupt of $30C19- a. $1000 InVraHh., or purchaser can UOK 664 KIRalmm<,... Fla. 6-tf Notice labereby given that the Annual -
time of the year does Florida display Only its owner just inside '21)9.60have) been made by the Red have time o% that amount balanceIn Meeting of the Stockholders of
fo many charms. It i is the prevailing Cold and livid and glassy-eyed; town prop4t-ty. Price $4000 FOR RAUD-i-nHMaAnA While Leghorn the OSCKOI..A CYI' Ei<1'< COMPANY
War Council to
opinion Little to him if the train be late Dross cover the period SIXTY ACRKS! Rood land aettlnita. 15 eggs, 11.25.! Mm! iupfer will be held nl the office of 'V. B.
among strangers that she i is ; from the time when the United States free 'and oomprov..d, and' some 201.>"erona St. 6-tf Crawford at KlBMlmmee, Florida on
I most pleating in the winter time, but Nothing he has to do but wait. entered the war up to April 30, 1918. caah for ({ property. I Monday March 4th. IDIK at 10:0': )
that is not the case. Even now the Of this Amount $14.019.889.50 10 ACRES or and caah o'clock A. M., for the election of mreotora .
l Is for
for an FOR 8AT.K-Ancona e"'lI'a for hatch
Only an somewhere 1 orange move come aee ua and for the transaction of suchother
trees are casting aside last year's open grave military relief, under which head and we will help %ou. do some bual- ing. ".50 for 15. Also on. cockerel$2.on huHlneaa be
aa brought before
clothes and donning spring Buit Ready to close when .he getsVthere/ comes everything pertaining to hoe- flee" and a few hen at II.SI each aald meeting.may
4 The cypress has stood a sentinel for Turfs and grasses and flowers sweW, pltals and hospital supplies eantee SPLENDID COUNTR\ nOME on brick a. F. Kribbe. T.. M. J. E. HOn/VN.
I, several months its' wierd. Ready to press him neath their feet. road about 2 1.2 mBoa from Klaalm- 10-2t Secretary.Aiek1I .
grotesqueshape service and arrangements for the '
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reereatlon mee; fine house tas-ee open flre D.F: for rent Apply to VC. --
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passed by unnoticed or-consid- .... "' : -
and comfort of the-Amsreaa places ho. -can't%t>e bullt and : -
t ered as a curiosity. In a week or two Only a band of friends at home soldiers when off duty. equipped with bath lavatory and
the delicate will I Waiting to see the traveler rome sanitary toilet aa t hi alone la abort BVj.B '
foliage ;
appear; it For civilian relief. Including aid to of FOR CHEAP Intend to sill
$ benrlswr and
will grow thicker and denser as the I Naught he will tell of distant- lands; refugees, care and prevention of t*. fine Oo"perlaex I n grove place for both oKmy bungalows right away.If .
season advances till with the advent lie cannot even press their hands. MTCulosls', care of children reeducation winter home for tourl*,. or perma- you aa Interested In a real bar-
I
of summer no hot house nent resident. 1-4 mill" from station gain wrlteAo me about them or call
fern would of mutilated and blind
lie has soldiers to see me. *Vhe Currle residence ia
stories weird ,
no and bright packing houae, w-hool and
4 equal the delicate tracery of its leaves lie has and general relief work In six districtsof church. Owned by a' no hem man. located on Vftaona St.. has two loin
.as'it stands like a giant bouquet set no gifts for a child's delight; the devastated area, a total 'of $9,- 17 acrea fine land. aomL excellent a nice slx-roorrXfottafre, large workshop
in He did not come with anything; truck Rood frarag nice lawn excellent ..1."V ,J
an antique vase. The orange trees 166,482.16 has been appropriated land. fine shade, pratty yard
lie had not even himself to bring. homey let V'fw flowing well. rice rltrht. Th.R..d '
place; come ua
end their you
up new growth bud bloom The bureau of supplies and other I FINE! LITTLE FAItM Just ouklde city Bungalow corneas Mabbette and
and tiny fruit appears all in the Yet will administrative bureaus will receive limits excellent home, KOOheluh- Bermuda new never Ttarupled, Rood
twinkling of an eye it eeems.! The 'they softly him await. f3.869.641.76. Under this head coma borhood fine, sightly place, wealthy sue lot built of beat ma rial. Any
And he will move about in state I one interested In eitherVpf these
magnolia unfolds the immense ; and pleaaant. V
all transportation facilities the
waxen They will give him when department Come writ properties with real Intention to buy
he see ua or We canVocateyou
flowers and the air is heavy with its Love and pity and tender tears.appears of engineering: the expensesof profitably and to your klnl{. can buy them low below th..lt-.value., .... ..
God-given perfume. The china berries 27 warehouses and Insurance on We have all kinds of Southern Ior- and arrange any reasonable erma.
purple with their veil of lilac- goods stored therein as well as all ida homea And Investments. Chaa P. Dow 21 So. Orange Ave.,
like blooms and every flower in Florida Only a box secure I.nd strong. office expenses in 'France. NELSON REALTY CO\IP.\SY.: fcver Orlandi Fla. ..tf
Rough and wooden State Rank.'ftQTHF.RNature.
taken on new life If, the blooming and six feet long; Under the head of miscellaneous
of the "pink vine" was the only Angels guide that soulless breast. activities for which $3,583,346.20 has FARMERS-Se oday for a free sam-
Into a long and peaceful provides antidotes pIe copy of th Ljorlda Farmer and
rest.
event fo the spring season it would be been appropriated come such things .
fof" ,Jl poisons. Dumb brute. are tockman, publlanlaaWat Jacksonville
well worth while lingering to wit. Sarah A. Wilson. as relief 2.the! families! of sick and frlvenvtfc@ Instinct to find them. Tells about HveatoclPaiglalna;. dairy.Intr CS
ness. No one knows just how it is wounded Frencn soldiers, all emergencies Providentially, have found nature's poultry, citrus. fruTtMnd truckIng -
,. antidote for>lUuicco poison pleaa twice a-month at 60cT Bjr year- MAGAZINE
done but you walk along the the American ambulance ,
street THE UNITED STATES FOODADMINISTRATION ant root easllr: >mij inexpensivelyovercomes three yearn for $1.00. Only tock .SSS M m
end My, "The pink vine is blooming SAVI' und. food for the French people the any fornfH jJC tobacco or and general farming paper in e 360 AATl L] -3 iwJsTRATIONS: >
p liP in." Sure) enough there it hangs Red Cross health center and other snuff habit. Why suPTrrSUjs Injury eta *,,,,,,Write today.
-On trellis or wall)), a solid bank of cool There Is no royal road to feed elmllar work. And expense of tobacco? Jl send BETTER
.rvatlon. Ws In addition to this your addreaa. O. C. Stokes MS* k. FOR SALra ,M.aores, I acres cleared
1 !green overhung with a shining shimmering oona can only accomplish amount an appropriation Florida. ; ,_ and ..
1IL .
under fence.Oood
film of this the of f7,063,649.12 has been plowed good
daintiest pink that by voluntary house locattoXlust outside city
sways MId changes with every pas actlo..a.of our whole paopla, each made for the purchase In the United FOR ALE tfnM aartctJL cloaks, unfinished limits; good nelKfihOHwod. Good THANEVER
? jna' breeze. Umant In proportion to Its mean.. States of supplies for shipment to gr..nncheck. WUc-!: trimmed propoaltlon Jf taken promptljv'; Address .
France. K buat. 1004 :Mabbette.vJt..-Ztpd owner Box 227. Klaafimaea,
The 'agricultural industries of the It I. a matter of equality of burden Fla. l-\t

..tat are seen to the greatest advantage ; a matter of minute saylno. Of this appropriation, only a very FOR RE'l"ta.tish.d"!! rooms or 15c a copy
fF duringthis period of the year. and substitution at In small percentage goes for salaries as apartments for *>& ht housekeeping. ,FOR SALE-ONE EMERSON TYPK-
Q It is a wonderful experience: to witness vary point more than 8-4 of the Red Cross workers In modern eonvenl.. ou..., cloae in. WRITER MODEL, THREE. VIS Al Year H_......_
the 20,000,000 kltchsns, en the SOy In France are volunteers a great Mr.. B. E. Wells RearTaUate and Incs,11SMabtt.Lone243. IBLE. AS GOOD AS NEW. Apply Yearly Subscription 1.SO
the of
: development any1 one of 000.000 dinner tables, sn"a In ths UI South Vernon Ave. tf
many of whom even their ?
the great vegetable crops that ere pay own -- SitJ for oar MUll/ ..eat'
et 2,000CXX manufacturing who expenses. It has been estimated by of mechanical txxJtt
fast'making the state famous. Take alog
sale II establishments of the War Council that for .1.1J
' potatoes, for instance. Today acres ., e eeuntT donated to the war fund, f 102 every is dollar spent FOR QUICK ACTION: TRY A GAZETTE "WANT AD"M Popular Mechanlea Magezln
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THE KISSIMMEE-VALLEY- ,-GAZETTE- FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 22, UIS SEVtIV
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) I Ic I RUMINATIONS

I Ugh Calomel Sickens; Salivates!;' ', OF' REX Better Farming in the South


Our county school 'superintendent are doing very well without the

'j Please Try Dodson's Liy r ,Toner Is certainly proving; master of the I liquor.
::4 situation.: At the last meeting of the Mabbetta street, the one"on: which
.J. Rex ia domiciled "B-one of the most L2cS\
school board told that Ms
we are
noted streets in tha
r' l city. From the r
Earn; sincere! My medicine, 'cToeartio!l; upset! liter work had been so thorough and cor.rect big r ditch to the Valley Gazette office ,
..' : .. during: the Intermission that it is peopled by As respectable a class al,

I .. and bowels BO you lose A fey's: work there was nothing to be done exceptto of fords.citizens as the city or county af*
The buildings, while not fine
V n.J' approve that which had been already
': . .. _ I" prepared. If Osceola countywas are spacious and'comfortable.. Two
not particularly fortunate in stores-E. II, (Fenne.ll and 'a branch of

Calomel loses you a day r You fttlggiet sells for a few cents a large their selection Of officials they have Mr. Taylor's-constitute the mercantile tnrftor coo
know what calomel ia. It's' certainly"" made us think so. establishments, and'while the : o ,
merj oWe of :Dodaon's Liver Tone, which wealth of the people does not equal LA Too 1Nt .. !eoL4
euTyl quicksilver. Calomel ia d tt- is entirely vegetable and pleasant to The Whittier Drawdys in their have cattle been on interests.a raidto that of those in some parts of htc r

nerons. It crashes{ into \8our.fbile;; take and is a perfect substitute for I'Take a Drawdy away from'the cattle city; thero is an appearance of. re
I like dynamite, cramping apd sickening calomel. It is guaranteed to start I range and he's away from home., finement and culture which will 'make ; # t II

";! ; . you. Calomel attacks the your liver without stirring Game appears to be as plentifulthis any street respectable. I c
.,' : .1 bone and you up. before. The Bull Our county demonstration agent,
should '
nevefbe into season as ever
inside '
put *
I and not
l I" can salivate. Mr. Evans, continues to be a hustler
creek dwellers having the finest
: your system. ..JI"l Don't take calomel I It makes you kind of hunting arc if reports be true. fully recognizing: the Importance of ;
'#. . }\ en you feel!- tilious> \ sluggish, Lick the next day ; it loses you a day's Fish are also abundant. Osceola his mission during the present-emer-
constipated and all knocked out and 'work gency. If there ever was a time when 1'-n
podson's Liver Tone straight. county is certainly a good sports- .
;: farmers .
our ,
should need
1. and ,
believe
$f you need a do e of dangerous ens you right up and yoir feel grent.'. mane tract. his valuable appreciate
services
it is the
??lowe I |uat. remember that Give it to.th children Mr. Joe Smith has been in a crit..a1condit.ion r.:
JY t your <" as well, present. J
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and had it not been for his :,
Our weekly visit to John Drawdy i
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.. - noble and indomitable wife, the old
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'" c been revealed the fact that all 'was, weir in t
:, l DISEASE. MORE TER. CHM. ROLFE APPEALS FOR, gentleman condition.would have in an -unfortunate that quarter, Nolah, in the absenceof ,i '

',' 1 RIBLE THAN THE HUNt CO-OPERATION IN WAR WORK I (Farming, among 'our city Crackers admirable his father, does the host in an 1 : ....r. 4: f
way, We have to speak
U going on with a: rush' Men,' wom a :, .
' .'1 ,';,; The people ''must' be' organized into tJalnesville, Fla., Fb.16\ 1918. pn' and children can be found in the Joe word Smith for: ,Jesse and Tyner, neighbor of I .; .. 'ii"J t .
4' 44r' t'" an aimyto fight an* enemy- more terjiblo feld, each; one doing their part with his splendid wife. : air
The Council of State Dcfenso'metI They'aid Mrs. Smith l'
: than the Hun. The enemy is, a hearty .good will showing our city to the/ ''extent of ,
\ i 'preventable disease. The need 'for, in Jacksonville 01I eb. 15,. pursuantto i is making good in every particular. his their powers and both Mr. Smith and
I wife have
' l+ and energetic action becomes clear' a call by the chairman and by the February will have to be' taken as a a heart full of grati- .
tude for their "
when the loss of life and in- month hereafter and if timely aid Mr. Geo. 11
enormous I governor of the itate. A large num- spring we Davis is still I ,
engaged in
/ farming at
t'lficiency diseases not deceived there will be the
fronJlrevehtahle ,, bcr I of people were present in the a- !j are Deer Park. If reports be true, that -\J
lire considered. There are in the ; greatest send-off to the present crop )
1 United States thirteen und a half)I sombly room of the chamber of com- lever before known locality willIK heard from when food i
"" '. million rises of sickness every year ', merce. Thin -was the most 'earnest. .I The. farmers' governmental loanfortune" products, are counted Messrs. Ih- THREE HUSKY FELLOWS READYTO.
j !gram, .Yow ell I) and ..Ross,, Graves ,11/0 ..,..
t'\.l\l< y fli.j nrilbul: ; 'I'IAluuth.iut lI.n te iiu .bAA4;; 4 r'jD.1' t..t. : ; .. -
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agtime J'OR-5t-iORTKC
l'J'I'I\'M'I'-'fi't.I! HEC OtrrU"-THf7t" ;
) : :
., aa'ntillion: people uie.every year lie 'IIW.-riQJ:, Iilonda wii llic'Mu .iiiiiuj.ters. ) ,; ( just- at w len OUT' f I .. ., .:. .
;;' "k ., from -communicable! whd largely -proventable ,,,, AtraTfjrMnents have bl'citii' ado farnWrs'Reed" every ounce of Bncouratrement MmJW'nxira/ will do their present bit 'indteatidrtx"tht4trio ('oinniou wv F- ;labor la nix times this amount- - of- - - ---
- ".' disease Over five million' whereby the State Council was greatly 'I / to strive with all the power by raising potatoes today the most j In labor. For money eipinded
,: ire sick as a' 'I'esulof., infection. strengthened.Your they possess to aid in the great prob. people.enough to take. good care of our sought after commodity '''ton of good fertilizer will example now, There are 0one" und,) It half million chairman J presented( his resignation lem) of food production. Our county The r In America, about $40.00. The plant food in thins
of in the with! the earnest plea that will more than make good their share warm weather is bringing on
cures syphilis country. the grass and It Is very scarce I quantity when applied to three Korea
time. ,
TJioko figures: ,1 give no. measure" o' a more 'efficient. : and able man he ai our cattle men coining to the aid holder fly One of our'Iustu'e throughout the! entire of land will give an Increase of about
; the suffering: and los of time and en placed" at the head of the council of( the tillers of the soil will cause \ \ for when asked l lidscharge country.. Farmers . 750 pounds of lint cotton and 1.60O
. i! orgy' on the putt. of those who are" at ,; This\ re-Agnation, Was ,.reject\ !. A 'Osceola' to be hoard from to udvan- I to he one dollar pasturing and, declared cents them for gt t the SOUl ppunda of Seed. The lint at 30o pet
, ( ': tucked) by di<\'easohut do not die. That committee heluled by our governor, :i Uiire. long-tailed i unci fifty are especially woi-- pound amounts to $225.pO.\) and titer
horses
', lowered und j'provided ways'und r.ienns for canyin The robin rod breast Is with I < one dollar for need the nltuallou.
i r' the death rate CAll bo 1< us lioh-tHilcd, When over need at $8000 per ton amounts! l toi
'"' 1 1', :, millions of !live saved is a fact culling !) ft .out the, pujiosc)' of the council. i once more, and as the fine weather difference nuked why he mode'the .1, During wartimes $0000 tanking a total of 28500..
. ,'j 1 } These' reoomiiKtic'i.tionsere' following the 2nd indicates that the his reply) was that '
\&(; for actionThe Plorida Sfut unanimously those the' farmer I Few business concerns net 60 percent
having long tails
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Hi in ril of Health in uniting> its cnuso adopted i ground hog was an early riser,, we could keep j should l be doubly increase on money Invested In,
j the flies
with, Vh" cause of the :Nntnonal: lioviinniunt ; i 1 plead) l heartily for your coopexatioll ', have ovbry reason to .....lil'thut we had, swept off but the) hh- .. )I ....nnn...1".1,_' .-.., u:. 11111101', but, granting that the faa mert
jt, t invites intiu,idunlx to oo-op- in, the work of the council.)! It I Ii will hate: an early: spring. them to off use with no much\ time in keeping I --I: rrllArt'P-lill valuable a com:I I will act) lOll per cent on his ln .at->,
i-rule in this gieut work and to make<< i is one of the" beat Guys, in which we IMuaid: I.. \\.ut7 who married :Myrtle didn't their he.id ahat tin% l1I(1dllII labor Ii' must not be Wit'fed '1 meat in labor 'and supposing" that he
cut
known their interest, in the_'ampaigii cullhow out Im.ilty. to our stat and, 1: Saxnjrc and then (I.ft' in ('omP;:'ray near!iM so ..111111'11.)i iKisxiinmeu r..uw f,li* not t tin nine to employ I I I 'pay $1,00 per day for labor, thoi
for better )health. tn our, nalK.ii. =No 7ightmicd.d l iLi- 0 for the war" bras rt.tUI rned. lit' waditchargc'd certainly doing Letpart l labor to clean out fence corners. and I i $46,no Invested' in fertilizer, when In-
1 ,The attack on the great "world I :'..'n ian po-sMl'lj" be I i indifferent: ''> the 1 ( from his company in c"n- the! us n !pntrintic people.( in supportof ) to do other kinds of UK less productive I I stated in labor, would netrhlra $46.00;
n1l'I11c..ner.,1 crease ; tin- task giant I netNJi. thut uio upon us. \\Vli..vc senuene of n rheumatic attack which volunteered government.. Her young men work Then mu.si bo no lout'mo- whereas whoa invested In fertilizer. It
of improving the lif-ulth of our in- nianv thow:-:uid- of splendid] l ex- 1 tendered: him unfit for military duty.' in sufficient numbers to tlon. Kvery: lick must l ho made to 1, gives him a net Increase of 1239.00.
duntiiul oik ITS and, the effort 'to.neit ampleM of heroic devotion: to our' 1'. P. Savage has been in ,the city ,and s'i\e' its the courtly from. the' first draft count In nnhwe-nnn Ihe cull of our nu I Thus it can be seen the tremendous
'j the rural health problems, all ideal. With 111bf\ t on'r devotion tot; far a I short time attending to businessfor farmers and stockmen will) lion and her allloH who 1II'I'II'alJlng; out advantage of supplementing labor
:.' 'J',1 a'. ) on I: finally to the people. liacaiiKt* our ideal and all of the work, that we the telephone company. '. J Ho ii help large greatly in feeding the people at to the farmer, "Give us bread! Give usg : with liberal applications of plant food
]tlot'ida i it more fortunate. than ome tire doing, n > rue of us is urci if t icing permanently' employed by n companv We/ had the ,clot hIn !" Ukewlso improved piece of machinery
Mi other sections of the country is n'.\ who ale "going that operates throughout the state last pleasure\ on Saturday The bent way to economize labor that makes It possible to cultivate -
reason why the people of Florid: over, tborir." I H i I" our duty! and l ism ami, moves about: here and there as while visiting our old friend Joseph .on the farm today Is to produce mare an ncrc. of cotton or corn with
i .I I"' ., ,should l bo less active The light should )' duty to stand h/uuiely| buck of occasion( requires.. Smith. of meeting Mr. Jim Lanier ,per acre. The southern farmer will perhaps bait ,the labor ordinarily employed
'".; "\ .. l ldi bo wncred everywheie. And while it these 1 Imys and! make thtf "."nccond I Since prohibition: has been declared and his admirable lady. They nre.always lact most unwJsely'lf he ,tries to cultlJvate and cultivate it better, should
ia of lite utmost importance for ui to ( I line of defence" stronger tliMi the Hex finds many men like himself who welcome at the Smith domicile, too much land with the present hi- looked to at this. time as a scurc
\ \ \ put the greatest fight of the age first ? | find that they cnn manage better Mrs. Ijinier'a modest deeds of charity supply of labor. A better plan would ot, help In facing tho labor short axe.
up | art fully apreciuted and the words of be not to increase the devoted
' Very truly 'ours. without spiritual stimulation than acreage Good need of a strain known to dwell
: .. ngninst. the Hun-it il01 no less importance i I the host
of 1 I 1', H. ROI.FS.: :!; they had before done with it. We and hostess that they were to cultivated crops, but to produce In a community will do much toward
f to campaign
on a
warfare cany < I I ('IlIlIrmn.:: J have no desire to violate the law and glad to see them come and sorry to more per acre, by the use of fertlll/ Increasing yields without an in-
; ngiiindi
ca-e
see them go, was heartfelt by both. er. manure, good seed abd Improvedntucliliiery crease. of acreage.
. -1 The Democratic Rooster wants one .all of which will save la la this not a time when the faimer
.. of his.I. setting hens ( Betty) to be ,bor.One should be sum to use these three crop)
carried where she can get a good ton of good fertilizer will do makers, to the fullest extent to .tr-
strong whiff at the Kaiser. She makes ,more 1I\0rk'ln\ "growing, crops than will' set the labor shortage!
everything run that she comes in
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oontact with, and he believes 'she
r .4 W. H. ARNOLD ALAN J. MtcDONOUGHi!4 could either (make him run or tear ihim C. A. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN, Secretary' '

OFFICE GROUND FLOOR up.Hunters'
Paradise is still the
a, r.ry 1 ,," CITIZENS BANK BUILDING,. t '1 C of diligence. The Beaus are afterthe'scene The Waters & Carson
' r y. Dears in :
< shapeandRexiis'lof
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'f the opinion that ere IOngitheretw'1
:' RomethingfoffaSreportltolmakelll
'" ', 'p. 0. B. 3 1
"" : I', \, ..That news! ] ar'--rocery
t \ I \< r J'f. paper thl1t\was\ started in $
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I '" Kissimmee a ago''must l lv
have got lost. We have hei.rd noth y
ing from it since the first edition. '
With best wishes for the editorsof d'

the Gazette, its employe. and read-

ArnoldMacDonough& / ers week., will give all a rest until REX next Wholesale and Retail Desk in t

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JURORS DRAWN FOR SPRING GROCE .IES

TERM OF COUNTY COURT
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List of jurors drawn for the Spring ..

Term of the County Court to, convene -
.!March 4th: 4444440444444444 4440094400 0 . .
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G. L. Bronson l., E. Hazleief. I;>. S. WE SELL: WE BUY: .

Gilbert, B. R. Kilpatrick, A.'B. Bell, o 4 .
\"m. Lamb, A. L. Thompson, Tie 4 HAY I 4 .
bass, C. L. Coates W. o o HIDES .
M. Avant, E.
000 GRAIN O I 4,1 ..
H. .Steam, Sol Padgett.ADVERTISED o . FURS : M.

ESfATEtyE 0> FERTILIZERS 0 {! 0 'f".. ff. . t. ..
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LETTERS
o WOOL : ..
REAL 0 SIIINGLES 0 I -W 1PRODUCE ..
Following is the list of uncalled for AND -
\ I letters remaining in the postoffice at ORANG BOXES O I. .

Kissimmee, Florida) for the two weeks 0 4 ALL ..
0 ORAI1'GE WR, S, 00 N.
ending, March 4 1918 I
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0 ,l COUNTRY
Harris, Arthur; Howard, Mrs. N. 0 VEGETA E CRATES 00 .
B.; Higby, c. A.,; Listenberger, John; 4 .

HAVE THE LA/you! want-any size liam Robinson, Richard, ; Robinson, Wil- 0> CRATE AILS' 00 0 M.
; Roberson, Miss Minnie; Isaacs, 0 ..
Jesse; Sisson. P. L.; Therman, Mrs. 0000000000000- .. 440Well . . . . . . "
Farm from 5 64iacres or more with or e i Bessie; Turner. Arthur; Wever, I''.. C.;
-.- :- ;, Ward,- E, 1). '
I B. B. SIMPSON, l field and garden seeds of all kinds.

without land 'adapted to the growing ]! Postmaster. VIi i give special! attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties.
orange groves, Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. '12. .

10 CENT "CASCARETS" We are county agents for good fertilizer Ask u* for circular and pries
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of CASTOR BEANS, Truck Farms, Chicken Farms, i I I FOR'' LIVER-AND BOWELS. on fertilizers. > t


Cattle ranches Hog .raising J general farming Potato I i Cure Sick Headache: Constipation, M44.
I Biliousness, Sour Stomach Bad -*

I and Cabbage I land, or virgin soil. Hreathot-Candy' ,.x. -Cathartic. .

I No odds hobad' liver stomach
your -

). + We have number of bargains in city propI I I I or bowels; how much your headaches :.1.i: 2nd Floor Citizens Bank Bid Lone No. 30.

how miserable you are from
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erty that, you wouldn't resist. \v and constipation sluggish, bowes indigestion! .-you, alway biliousness get :;: The Leading' General tanfice Agency In Osceola Co

relief with Cascarets'> They immediately -I : WE REPRESENT THE AEtwA, HOME OF NEW YORK, HART

Call on us to show you. It costs 'you nothing cleanse and regulate the stomach .: FORD, AND MANYXfTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE

remove the sour, fennenting food I .. COMPANIES; AJUTO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.,

;. 'to I let us pr6ve that we. have the land you are looking and foul gases; take the}excess bile : ANDCAN, TAICE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE,.

1. from the liver and carry off. the con J: LIFE ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO-

.\ I 'f.n the place) likeand prices stipated waste 'matter and poison : BURGUtftY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive

_I i' ., you you from the intestines and bowels..,A 10. '
cent box from your druggist will keep I Insurance

: can pay.I' : your liver and bowels clean; stomach, ,''
sweet and head clear for months. They ALSO, BONDS AND LIABILITY.

work while you. sleep. IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION
AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION.

\ To Corer Cold 11 One Day .....o..o. .*..OO.400..0..oo..oo.<''**. .. . .
.. Take LAJA.TrvJt BKOMO OuloliM. II ctOfM Ihe
Couch aad Hsd.eb. .. Twork* oB the Cold. --
I Druxilu rr .. W. Ga0"$' oo each bas .,. Get Your JobPrintin from theValfey,6azetiw

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EIGHT THE KISS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY. 22 1918 '

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l CROP PESTS: NUMBER 2.3 I If' : KEEP THE KIDNEYS JtLL' FIRST WAR ORGANIZED,SAVINGS- IN SOCITIES FLORIDA ''


The first War Savings Societies la ,
AmericaMaking Due.lCounty Fo.JCommiulon
Strengthen Health. I* Worth Saving&, aid" Some Florida were organized at Bonifay;

. Ki *iminee Pcople'Knoxf tow in Holmes\ county, where' the activities -
f' This i ill the twenty-fourth of a ae- deaux mixture will be effective. i : To Sate It. of County Chairman A. J. Miller ,
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irles! of articles] (covering the control of Downy :Mildew is described: ,tinder brought into being two societies. Mr. ,
f I the various insects and diseases we cantaloupes It is not so commonly It Miller is hard at work to make a rec- ''
Patriots i Out of Liquor MenIt's I, expect on our Florida crops. I found in ,the watermelon fields but Many Kissimmee peotltftake their ord for his county and says that he
sha'll I endeavor! to give directions for may occur. thee (in their hands:: by/ '' 1c
to make a noise like a "pa- :'avoiding trouble as fur as possible. UloHHom End Rot of watermelons; klineyit.when they kn,w these organs organized for every 300 inhabitants '
funny to I hear a liquor man try when it of tomatoes to be the result need Weak kidneys ate responsible
for, recognising it appears as seem help. in the county, and thit: he expect
Iriot".-it sounds like a crow between a squeal l 'and a' snarl !II I and for the best control. These articles of unfavorable growing\ conditions. It for a vast an 6unt of suffering Bonifay to be 100 per cent effi '

Tie liquor m "patriotiim is just another bit of "camouflage"intended : I cannot cover all individual /shows as a withered pot at the blossom and ill health-thoFsliglitest delay is dent. -100 per cent efficiency for a

I to cover the real cussedness of the ialoon. I needs, so, I invite personal! eurresponjitamc end of the fruit which Is at nYst dangerous. Use Doan'a Kidney Pills community means that >every man, dt
up whether from the I backyard lighter in color, then turns dark, -a remedy thatJtas helped thousands woman and child above ten years of
YOU KNOW- I i gllrden( l or 1a1f')1 ( gradually developing intJ a, dry decay of kidney suffer/-. Hero is a Kissim-\ age owns a thrift card.
N.r ; RANil ,
MRS. : Destroy all diseased fruit to mee citizen's '}mmendntion. i
I That the saloon Is the, breeding phl e.of vice'and' .1 clinic; that it Chnirmnn S. of Committee!' on Plant! I'elie\'ethe plant from its support and J. B. DilarEmmett; ,St., says: "I I NEWSPAPER ARli IlSPERFECT

harbors and encourages: the white slave traffic;. shelters crooks and )Disease and Inject' Controlj, Jacksonville improve field conditions! ai rapidly aj was laid. u|jr for eleven months -with !' ORGANIZATION
; and Fla. > possible; rheumatic ftms and a physician paid .
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plimblcisj.is\ ; tho birth-place of, rotten potitics.euuseti; "disease Slem End Rot il i>, fungous! disease- the troub was brought; 'or. by disor The organization War ''Savings
'death; is the, enemy 'of pClu'e'lmd: order) causes the must degradingpoverty 1 .. WATEKM1UXS: i ) which attacks only broken tissue.! If dered kidney*. I was in 'about as bad I Societies ;in the stale U, well underway
; wricks more homes than any other institution;; fill!! :jajln! Wilt '(Kunarjuir) ii! so common here it. is in the .watermelon field the shape djf anyone, could be.. I had according to' a statement made

almshooscs and insane asylums; and sends men to the scaffold! ,and the that 1101 melon grower of experienceever spores arc. tarried about by the wind taken any kinds: of nediiine, but by State Director J. F.. Ci Griggs, although
jtttemptsto, gt'c.w'1I110n/l where HO when nuMons.are cut fpr ,shipment didn't Jget any results. I finally used I some' of the counties are!' a'
electric( huir, melons} have been grown within the the drop! of sap Which exudes from Doaiv'A Kidney Pills rnd I noticed little backward in perfecting these organiatio"nfl. -

ROBERT G.: JNGERSOLL last woverfcl J :year, )*. ,Unfortunately, the stem provides mi' ideal conditionfor thetf good etfo"t right hwaS'$ Six ., In Jacksonville the first
TO QUOTE FROM : however, many do not leali/.c" the infection.. The disea'm:' develops boxes! made ire feel ever so much ),( society'organized was among" the car '

"It) !brings shame, not honor; terror, not, safety;, despair, not :[ease with which the germs: of this rapidly, showing first t by. a blackening; tor." .t-I Hern 'of the Florida Times-Union' I \I II
4 and with the malevolence of a fiendIt l i can be transferieu from, one. of the cut surface .SOJH: ,the rl&s.h! Pride <>0c,, at all dealers. this organization being especially due
misery, not happiness; ..
hope !disease
; another and arc often Voiely around the stem,softens, the area: extending : I of circulation
unsatisfied with 'simply ask far n kidney remedy-:getD to the' energetic efforts the -
calmly surveys its ft'iuhtfutdel'olal.ion'lInd ])U7.7.1cd'r.s to its appearulu'een' "vir over the melon: which. beuomei! >an.8' 'Kidn;y.. Pills-the panic ,that manager, J\r.Jla.er",who Has
'havoc, 'It, poisons felicity, kills pcacc, ruins morals, blights gin". land! /\ !loft! and slimy ,jjnd covered with, i Mr. Dilard had. Foster liIbul'n Co.,I' benleft responsible for the' sale of -t
confidence, slays reputation and wipes out national honor; thencurses Tho gl'rmsof. wilt are earned 1 in dark gray mold. if left jn the field Mfgrs,! Buffalo, N. )': I thousands of dollars' worth of, stamps
'and J drainage; hence fin adjacent (field lying they become wrinkled hl. :k mum- I of his The '
the world I and .I laughs at its ,ruin. H does all that 1 among the patrons paper.
!
mie's infection
the planted to and spread .
lower than one all card '
SCHOOLS TO BE ORGANIZED Times-Union earlier own a
more. It murders the soul. It Is the gum 'of all villanies, the melons becomes contaminated.! In rotating Stem end rot ii (best controlled bysanitary I themselves and distributing the
are
father. of'all crime, the mother of all abominations, the devil's a section: for melon "growing Held condili-inK, spraying]i : a:* FOR WAR SAVINGS blue. cards ,and taking orders, for
S fust. for anthrncnose, and greil/ ',ira when I
fields
the lower l
plant savings
friend and'man's worst st.artit'llnl.'w
best enemy. I stamps, thereby /
Beaks of the rural school > for
People] animals, end vehicles trav- gathering. The cutters sliulif' carefully 1 plan accounts hundreds of people
among
ehnt through the melon field I ,tarry avoid touching; any' decayed organizing War Savings Societies I
MARTIN .LUT ER :< who would never give the necessity
AND FROM : !
'! with have been mailed to in
with them particles of soil which are fruit and should cut the 'me ns- every county of sayings and thrift a. thought. ,
, "Whts'yes first brewed beer
+w.r? ,,..&'... ..;.Iwrrit .,yy; t", i'llTtltl"'CA! I1':;iff, ';i thft'#"'li lwniMk7walaiWai ;iJt4'aClttrl ,,-wi b,: .n ti jyffip"| 4il'jMSfr'iii4 I!' ._tl'a\'cIJ.I'Qln ., without -delayr Wlrten .load n",, the days every class room in Florida' is Engraved Calling Cards and Wed"dinK'iKTiiOTm T
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the holdallowing through; ueli!nluv'To'Prtl'W'.lT1!! : ',"!"' .PMtthtltttrl Maw; .'i: niP! QiRlir.kHe.httnatit; +jted.jttla.'.\IIIo.\f\t: !,, ;
industry. 1 ,have oftcir( pKinoCrrerrt a-curi: <("on' the brewer'- All no roaming: over other Melds. 1 so. ..Lhu.tIIS.tipr i farmed: the ends Savings Society with all the pupils ( \ !tf gtae: a-.raM Elftaa'Jlaiemivriwi :a

Germany .ould"Jjve on the barley. that is spoiled'nnd turned into Wilt is also carried in manure anti may 'be'cut" off wi4)< a wlfarn: ..knifa ,pledged to give their support, not bossed Stationery can be ijccured at

a curse by the brewer." compost. Never allow animals] to eat anti a disinfectant p.Hl;( implied l+ with j !only in making purchases 'Ihchlsclves, I the i "Gazette office. Let us show you
diseased vines or fruit; wilt infects hru"IA. quart of paxl. ..> w'l'' '! be nee-l but in encouraging and soliciting oth- our samples and prices.
AND THEODORE ROOSEVELT: the soil wherever the manure... IK drop ed for each car. era to1 purchase the thrift stamps. I 2I
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ped. Never compost old vines und, One !gallon paste may bp made as The plan which will lIlt! followed out I Whenever You Need a General Tonic l li '
"The friends of the saloonkeepers denounce their opponents for 'fruit; wilt is spread wherever such follows: Dissolve! eight] tiuncea of in the schools! is a unique one and Take drove' 1I
not treating the saloon business l like any other. The best answer compost is used. bluestone !in three IUK| on<'-hnlt' quarts each. pupil will feel he is conductinga i \
The Old Standard'Grove's Tastelesschill
l'durstone fti regular banking>u! suspending A
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immediately of
follow water by pass
to this Is that the business is not like any other business Ho not let hay ofiter.. book i is provider! with deposit Tonic l is equally valuAble as a !
surfaca slips
melon unless special attention thin sack near ; :
the Actions of the saloon keepers themselves conclu- after a crop : for the I General Tonic because it contains the ..,
and that Is given to removing, all vol- Bring this solution t. > il boil) then saving up pennies and nickels
sively prove this to lie, the case. The business tends to produce unteer vinee. Otherwise wilt will be stir in four o.unco''. of !nNroh mixed until .the first! quarter has been saved wellknown tonic properties of QUl; JNH 'i
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, paves .i
criminality in the population at large and law breaking among distributed from the tn' nure of the smooth in one pint wj'pr, pouring( then this is turned in and a thrift out Malaria, Enriches: the Blood ,and '
I issued. The school
the saloonkeepers themselves. When the liquor men ire allowed animals eating the hay. slowly to prevent format JI'i' if lumps; stump of the teacher Builds up the Whole System, ffl cents.GOODTOTHE ..., "',
Wilt shows in the leaves first :Make' fresh daily for best r.tultsSo !state are showing a gru-at deal S -
to do as they wish they are sure to debauch, not only the body drooping, then dying. The runners far this trouble] hinot bean> ,>f enthusiasm in this plan and I Director 2 ,
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social], but the body politic also." wither and soon the whole )plant U! prevalent in Florida, bu' it ,.> r.l\i.! rimce* believes that it will result LAS DROPMflXVELL 'i.
dead. If the main tap rot w cut ,ly reaching all melon "..ci..>i in great good to the cause!
And here's some live tetimony-right up to date-from the liquor open a yellow discoloration] will be Wilt (Mycosj>ht-relUJ) afl,'3'I i I .>

t men themselves: found in place of the white of healthy I cantaloupes and watermelons [Infe '- I Vuitmg cards printed by the Val ;
plants. tion seems( to take ,place. :+t th point( ( i ley Gazette Job Department.
"Bonfort's Wine and Spirit Corcular" New York is one of' the best- AnthrarnoHe attacks leaves, stems, where the leaf stem leaves the branc't I ifl

known liquor journals of live country Here is its evidence: and fruit, showing first as water- The edges of the diseased ar.as are,

"The modern saloon has been getting worse instead of better. It ,has soaked spots. On the leaves the spots oily green in appearance, often with For Indigestion, Constipation or' HOUSE ..
do not become yellow as in downy gummy exudations. The older places: BiliousnessJust
been dragged in the gutter; it has been made the cat's paw for other mildew,. but *urn dark and !brittle and may be either gummy and dirk! or try ono 50-cent bottle of LAXPOSWITH

forms of vice; it has succumbed to the viciousness of gambling andi' fall out. On the fruits the diseased dry and gray and bear a brownish PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive COFFEE J

has allowed itself to become allied with the social evil." arena are sunken and develop a 'pinkish growth. Spray with Bordeaux mixture Laxative pleasant to take. Made and
of the National fungus growth. IKcay of the en- before the dU P. H. Nolan of New York, chairman of a committee recommended to the public by Paris Medi-

Liquor Dealers Association, had, this to say about the brewers in an ami tire fruit persistent quickly spraying follows. with Thorough Bor-: field. (To be continued.) cine Co..manufacturers of Laxative Bromo flSK YOUR GROCER

address delivered in Kansas City: .. -w' Quinine and< 'Grove's iTusteless chill Tonic I,

"The average brewer in a mad desire for wealth is careless of public WILLIAM BROWN ON FOOD CON ST. LOUIS LIVE: STOCK MARKET. - .,

J I sentiment.. He has no respect: for law, regulation or public decency. SERVATION SPECIAL REPORT. I .

lls'buys a church window for $100;and then assumes a sanctimonious iJ,1 ;

attitude. His business is to corrupt public officials that he may thrive. My name is William Raymond Brown, National Stock Yards, ,' Him '

The brewers of the United States are a ,menace to society;" And I am still quite small, February 12. 19! IS.
But you bet I want to grow and grow Today's Receipts, : Cattle. -"OJO. \
And what more need one lay about this selected bunch of "patriots" Till I am six: feet tall. Hogs, 11,500; Sheep 1,000

The best way to make real patriots of the liquor men is to vote, "dry." ). '!!
There, is something I 'would like to CATTLE: Market continues\ in
If believe that the traffic in Alcohol does
you tell very' attractive condition, particularly JACK
you l V1LLE FLA. t
more harm than good-HELP STOP ITIStrengthen nl don'tlike) thisillootertplari'lttg, gi so killing' ,steerafweiglrngaround1000aihoupwarda -

.J. For'''if j 1 1 can't j have good,things to eat !\which rAc.atlealt! :
i i' how will I grow to be a man 10 tojl5! cents higher!thanilasti 1 week's
AmericaiGamRaifnlThis '
r closet"Li ghtertweitrhtppT grSj 0, ,ands I
OLD
.1 When my dad site down to the table, .ockc-rs landlfeedtWrs 0 he thet TII ST

He often scowls and'sighs., hund"anowwno"oprice ?improvement,. .LSTABL/SMED
( advertisement was prepared by Charles Stelzle and furnished But ma says, "Never mind, my dear, though the market for mixed Itulfancl

o us by J.fl L. Overstreet.) We have to Hooverize." higher.canner is fully ,26.! per cwt S6llTHEIL' ""

I We don't have meat but twice a week. QUOTATIONS: Good tohoioe SEED HOUSE
We don't have cake atall. steers, $9.50! to $10.50; medium to (:
er=- -- - - -- -- - -- -- And when we do have any -pic, good $1-.50 to, $9.50; coma! ,n to medium
-v.. ,, The pieces are blamed small. 7.75 to $850; good to choice IN FLOW
stockers and feeders $H to $9: medium I

<< We have old corn-bread once a day, to good $7.25 to $7.i, fat >o9 t -

{ Stout Lumber Co.8UOMMOR8 ; Gee, I hate the stuff! $d to '*9; medium $7.50 to $8; cutters: SEND FOR CATALOG AND
If Hoover had to eat it all k7 to $T SO; canners $6.50 to $7 yearlings -
You bet he'd get enough.We $0.75 to $7; heretics", $T 1 t.> $/n; WEEKLY PRCE.1ST. .
TO MAY TOUT LVMB'R: CO.
veals :tS.50: to $13.50; heavy bull $3 .
"DEALERS IN don'-t have eggs but once a week, to $):;.ro.; and light bulls $7 to $j.
Then each fellow has just one. HOGS: A large number held over
Yellow Pine and Cypress,.Luitiber. Novelty We don't have chicken any more, from yesterday, especially' lightweights IIC11NffD

l Works in Coltu Rlon. Because we can't buy none. 50 cents, and lower the than market yesterday's was 40 beat to <5>

We don't have jelly or marmalade, time, with a top of ,$15.95 Good to .
all --
It is our pleaswe to give estimates at tents - --
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'* Oleomargarine, that is all. choice hogs 170 Ibs. up $15.50 to
1 Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery. '*' But when they cut the sugar outI $15.95; good mixed hors $15.35: to ';" J. - fI( I

Fla. tell you I did bawl. $15.70; uig market demoralized and ...
Pho le 21 5 5 Kissimmee nothing/ doing in .that) line. Good I t. \ / '.
We don't drink coffee 130 to 150 Ib. pigs $14 to $14.50; 110)
any more,
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Ma says it is a sin.' to 120 lb. $13.50 to $14; lighter pigs ," Economy, in Landscaping!
To just drink water all the timeI $11 for pewees up to $13 for 'others. -\
think is mighty thin. and rough hogs at $14.25 to( 1450. The Royal Palm Nurseries are the

The pig market at the clise: was in largest growers of+ ornamentals in
Ma won't make for ati.ll mean condition) oWing to the inability
fudge me : very -' the State, with afa'riet more complete
Says sugar! is too high. of Eastern buyers to get out ,
than ,! the South.
i B Crops 1 I don't !get candy, nuts or "gum outbound shipments, due to a scarcity any- Any '
tttt Only on the sly. of ears landscape effect can be produced' I

.. SHKEI'Market:' steadj Best with O\Ir.tpelc. Our free service t

I The Vtorm-n eat war giub_allright, lambs 172r!> to $17..riO; fat hf'ip $12 department Vill make' 8Ugge8ti n8. ,
I And net like 't tens a joy; to $12.75; i'hopperlr$7; to $8 and < pI 1
Heavy yields of J high class products are necessary ''It goes some harder with the men, I neis .fii f; to J.7 Goats $7.50: to. $ .50; Bc.Biliful Effects( With

to bringr4 big net profit to the The Hut its toughest on the 1 boy, and kids S10 to $11.50.
grower. NATIONAL LIVE STOCK COMMISSION : 1) OK. ? Plans and Materials
banner record for.such results has been held for Th.don't tobacco, bit COMPANY. f
conserve one
I ; I Wf have produced notably beautlful'landstcape -
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the last quarter-century by 1 really wonder, why.
I chew and smoke and and 1 effect. at the Daviata
I They dip] ART DEPARTMENT OF FAIR :
I putT l Subdivision, St. Petersburg; the eel.
Ideal Fertilizers' The' name a1in days gone by. UNDER GOOD MANAGEMENT Palmer Estates on Sarasota
I
I of th. Os, cla{ 1' E E ; Mathason and Deering Es
'1- I s.ivc-d my) money fur ,six long months 9'hc art department' > : ,1rated; Miami and for a countless
w. I M> I could I buy a pup ('<>iint\' 1'nii attracted( unbound"* admiration (
Send for Free Books all commercial E of ,
othersOur
our on E r.E
Hut \\lien had elvun E
; we to our platen" from visitors last yen and 1
of Florida also Spray Catalogue. I I had to give bun ;
: \ crops ; our up. I 10ul'i"l.'pre not slow in tiron >I..L- I ...
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t i Special advice gladly given. < : ing it the} tined exhibition then.il, w ilhrtroied-e.ulne. II
: The mo-.t of our meal are now meatless E E h mor tban on* thousand vari"tli of
'. r .rn.m.nl.l..d other stock. S.n4
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This : ,
departmen' \
i evereen \ "i- i for fro.topy.Ressoner .
'ti I I i Fully half are whentess( and sweet- in charge) of ;Mrs, S. 11. BuIck! 'tis i
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. r I less, will be assisted !b Mrs I
year, who > L I Bros., Royal Palm Nurseries
I Ij And I'm worried now for fear Hoover
i I /.immerman of St. Cloud, Mrs H :
Mfr:. Ideal Fertilizers.r ,...mssIDEAL' will say: 310 B*.e icl Arena
j "One third of our meals must be W. Bolo and Mrs. Harry Meet -hAn

Jacksonville Fla. ramataG eatless." exact list of the exhibits whist M Onec Florida

'asoaatnoat, will be on display at the coming fair a
They say the Kaiser !is to blame
rNttlQ8ltai For all this war and fuss cannot be published at this time but I
rr the of those who will contrib ,
I names
,J ow n o..sLIMire.ro. If I wasa man I'd go over there .
.. And lick the dirty cuss. I ute, specimens are: i .
Mrs. Mary Geiger, Mrs. W. J. \

--- -- ---, -- - -- ---- I'd march right to him and : I Fripp,. Mrs. I.. H. Ingram, Mrs. Wi L.
up say
; Jones Mrs. Claude Harper, Mrs. H.
"Don't didn't do It." If" ,
say you
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Mrs. Charles of
W.
I'd ram my gun right down his throat Boice Buckley ; '
.t 10 CA'Ri NTERS WANTED And then I'd say NOW CHEW ITI" Narcoossee, Mrs. S. II. Bullock, Miss : J
4 Frances Bay, Miss Elsie Norton.

Only First Class tJ fc K Mechnic need apply. I Just believe I could do that stuntIf : C .... ,
Pile Cured. 6 to 14 Days .' '
1 I was just a man, I. .
Arnold & MacDonough Co tractors Your drnrrUt wilt alas. money II PAZO
And that would end don't
j | now yot OINTMENT fall *. ran any C.M 01 Itchlar,]
** see, 5- Bllod, ru tlir Piles In 6 ol4d.T.. l 5))
Olth.na Bank Bid*., KLplmltrte., !1.. : j tH This Hooverizing Plan. Tb Bieedl.rorProt ftr*,KaM cod anL OIl.:! ..(f 1ti z ,
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY FEBRUARY 22 1918
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I\\ I I ''VN.JESTING LOCAL ITEMS I Il St. Cloud Com. Organized W. s. s. CINDERELLA TO BE



c l ,_ Fire Insurance. 5e Drought Pat Johnston made a business tripto GIVEN' BY CHILDREN
Orlando]
Miss Annie Eric of Brooks Is ( Thursday. The committee on War Saving: ,
the guest of her uncle: and aunt, 1\11'. Hogtone for ale by Central Drug,' tamps, campaign met in the pastor's -
and Mrs. J. L. Be.aman. Store. It'a guaranteed. ,f study at the Methodist Episcopal An excellent performance to be

No more rats when use Rat Jtl.. Mounts of Chicago was in theally church Tuesday at 1:89 p. m., with the given at; the Graystone Casino Friday

Corn. For sale by Central you Drug Thursday in tho interests of the county chairman, ..Mr. D. G Wagnerof evening, March 1, at 7:30 o'clock, Introducing -
Store. "American Extension Uni-crsity, de- Kissimmee ,, a cast of characters; : by
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partment of law. Plane were worked out, the work Kissimmee home talent Over bne
J. E. Mattocks of Lake Gem was in 400% more profit In hogs by using divided among the members of the hundred persons expected to performand LOVERS

Kissimmee on business yesterday and Hogtone. Let us show ;you how. Central mmittee, and the campeign- launched do their bit for, aid of Woman's
while here visited the Osceola county ] Drug Store "* in earnest. Club and Uncle Sam. \a g

fair. Mr Page and family of Newark, The entire country Is asked for two The principal roles in Cinderellaare 420 I

" 1728 certified recomendations! speak N. J., have taken up their winter resi-! billions of dollars, with which to help taken by:
the value of Hog-tone. We recommendand d&rice on Sproull avenue finance the war. Of this amount no Miss Margaret' Stanford, as Prince.

guarantee it. Central Drug / one person can hold more than $1,000. Miss Maggfe,'Mae McCranie as .Cin;
Cinderella coat, fairies and -
groupings derella. ,
Store.. ,- The purpose of this is to let everyone
must be at rehearsal next Satur-
1. .Miss Olivine
J. R. Slider, representing the Do in on this fine plan off everyone Savage as .Fairy
< day morning at 10 o'clock.Don't Queen. He'who single trodsjchis lane
son, Printers' Supply Co., of Atlanta, saving by bits, instead of spending ;
wait until vou are run over by its It can be done it must be Miss Norma Griffin as Alidoro.
f was here in the interest of his Seldom single again '
company ;
with Rats, Mice and cockroaches. Rat Miss Mary Tiller as Dondini., trfas
Monday Corn will get; '*m, and if it doesn't It will "require about $20 for every Miss Billie' Sibert as Clonnda. But;doubles back Jo'a' double liCe '
be troubled with ? Rat
Why
: rats ytt Hobson's Rat Paste surely wiJX man, woman' and child black andwhite Miss Carolyn Fripp as Thisbe.
Cornwill rid your place of 'them. r Mrs. Nellie Rogero returned Tues- in the entire country. This will Miss Joe Makinson as Baron. To share its rAfasures with a wife. :

1. 'For sale and guarantcd:. by Central*' day from Atlanta, Ga.,. Cincinnati, cause some to save until it hurts, but Master Arthur Bullock, as Pedro. I

. Drug Store. Ohio, and other points, where she 'has it is better to have it hurt saving, Miss Patsy .Makinson. as Fairy '
. ka S. S. Griffin and J. E. Moseley\ ] of been buying her spring sock. of millinery than to be hurt by giving everything Gnome. After the wife a r We then the furnitureThe
Orlando spent Tuesday in Kissimmee Pages: Virginia Eleanor ,
to the Kaiser and his bunch of international Elam, ,
greeting old frietads and taking in the Mr.; Thurman, an annual II winter ]i, desperadoes. We'll do'our Burrows, Dorothy Bullock, Delia Led- :

,Osceola] County Fair. guest at the Graystone,"'has" just re- ; bit. better. furniture is Jane easiest.of all to select ;'
Mrs. George Millard and '. of At the meeting a "twobitsaday"club Among the specialties are
. son turned from Euatis, where he has group-
Uniontown, Pa.,, have,arrived for an been visiting his daughter, Mrs.: Col- was startel. Each person to buy ings from the Greek performed by the and decide, ou will find here a large i .

extended visit with her parents! Mr. one "War Savings Stamp" per day. Misses orothy Wells, Lois Ov r- stock of, 1 and
John lum.Dr. : The is All street Dorothy Makinson Jeanette ont est styles designs to ;
and Mrs. McCoskay price twenty-five cents. ,
J C. Davis left today for Wau- .
Freeman Myers is the proud owner chula and, expects to be absent few J can do it. This may be a little hardon Prevatt', Margaret Kenton, Lillian 'choose when installed in the j j
Colo-cola] but it will be good for Harris, Gladys Griffin, Alva] Fortner,
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of model 90 Overland
a new car, weeks.and will visit the Arcadia avia-i
Mattie Stanford have the of
;+ which he purchar d from J. J. Griffin tion camps and possibly fly back home us.St. Norma Griffin 'and home, 'you jfift satisfaction
Cloud is doing' nicely] .so far, as Lucy Lupfer. Quaker act'by Misses
the .dealer! this week.
later' .
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on.Mrs i l Alva knowing thjt for' dollar expended i.
about $4,000 has been taken out. It !I Fortner and Lillian Harris; ,r every
Mrs. M. E. Jordan of Tampa arrived Charles F. Burroughs' of Kis may not be just polite, but it can daj\f military dance, U. S. A., by Mia. Em- will Ijlvc dollar of furniture value.
r this week! for a visit'with. her simmee is spend;np- today in Orlando i it and do it,.nnd do it w.-.K.]; .:..St. Cloud madean and Master Kester Shackle- you a
daughter, Mrs. G. D. Boone. She!' the guest of fins Nina Swearirigen i Heralq'A'I'N' I[ton; the Old Woman in,the Shoe,itrt
,j i,#;:* ,: ilirJaa: ..u>..bhaseltyrlaraeomaitt3moadb; fUiklPbet'Chlutehatt: +M.; M(7m.'i''I nd'hartrt"t t1 i'ay: HTiaraoou'ralrbf: 'Whit'1 t persona ted r I jjjrtf M ry\*'Ca rpefileJTl; !"W'itK"; 1Ft '!rnNewly: w ':Warewelcomehereasmnwellas ; : ; :; -; ": ::-t.;:: -

For Sale-Two pair gbod young ./nil Sentinel (Wed.) has been done from Osceola county is ,,the-dimmutive artists. Alta Ruth Ov-

mules, broken and well matched/ :Miss Sarah Bambro and Miss Mebel from ''St. Cloud, but we suppose some j I lerstreet, Dorothy McCranie, Margar-
bout celebrate their .
'j J.. W. Miller. Zjfi Williams, both of Atlanta, who have of these old slow towns around here et. Paulk', Eleanor Rosen, Elsie Welsh, those t to crystalor

Hon. W. B. Crawford, the well been the attractive guests of Mrs. J. will get started after a time. Julia Ledbetter, Clara Sue Ledbetter

4, known and popular Kissimmee attor- M. Woodall for the sat few weeks, The St. Cloud committee and the 1 Dorothy Bullock, Jackinetta Aultman golden. wedding anniversaries.
a :ney.-was among the many visitors in left for their home Thursday.Mrs. work assigned them is as follows: *A smart reading by Miss Priscilla

. the'city yesterday.-Tampa Tribune. Clark H. Gleason and her..son The schools-Prof, N. II. Bullard. Peckham a pickaninny stunt by Mas-

i I Our line of high rVss Cox Stat'onery '- Clrrk, Jr.-of Grand Rapids Michae The churches-The pastors, Rev. i,tars Howard Elam] and Clyde Harris; ''' "",..,,1.",........", I
from lOc to $1.50 per boxis making a two weeks visit with Stewart, Presbyterian; Rev. Jenkins, i Bird and Serpent story by Miss Patsy
unsurp-isseJ price in style and qt r.lity. ,Xvalter Lee. and his sister at their Christian; Rev. King, Baptist; and I' Makinson; reading by Eleanor Rosen;

-See it. CORNER DRUG STORE.L. J> pleasant'home on Beaumont-cvcnue. Rev. Bowen, Methodist; Rev. Brown, I I Sunny Spain interpreted in Espanola C-/ H GRANTHAM
West St. Cloud. by Mrs C.
Carpenter assisted
I I by the
The best doctor .
U. Zimmerman MK! and :Mrs. in the ]land:, all. the I'
.. PuMicity-Mr. C. F. Johnson. and Misses Nellie Woodall, Lelia McCiame -
J. W. and the Misses Pratt I I money i in tho wor'd, ('annos''e your / SATISFACTORY '
to- Squires', j loved one, unbfcs the mexlicin :'ofi'/. J. Triplett] I Katherine McKay, Patsy THE STORE -
were among the St. ,Cloud] visitors II|I you Gov.-;Mayor Levi Shambow. Makinson, Sally Ledbetter.
yCity
! who! were here to attend' the fair | ujlle is of pure, quality and ]properly / Veterans Association-Rev. Frank I Camp Fire girls and Miss Irene / KISSIMMEE FLA.
compounded this
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you from UFo
Tuesday. J i CORNER:-; DRUG STORE. Phone: 29- enney. I Ingram: in an interpretation of patriotic ",,,,,,..,,..,,. ..."""'"",, ''',,''
Mrs. John J. Phillips and two children ]- I I: The business men-Rev. E. L. Riggs, song.A .
]left last week for their home in I Kissimmee has developed a "Sher- ,..Ir. S. W. Porter. I, prelude will be rendered by Mrs.
Cincinnati after a pleasant visit at lock Holmes" of tender years, who I War Savings Stamps will be on sale Burrows and Mrs. Elam. dIP
the Tiller home. Mrs. Phillips is Mr. effected the recovery of Mr.. Harry at most of the business houses and I I Tickets and reserved seats now on .
Tiller's niece. Meech's! stolen boat: His services in I everyone should join the "Two-bits-a- sale. Anyone desiring any information

f, I. A. Payton left the first of the the the future]local will doubt'ess be valuableto ] day" club Join by beginning.: about medals, prices, or anything
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I week on a business trip to Allen county force. I Come, now, everybody, let us get concernnig the entertainment please --- 'I
r Kansas. He will be gone about Copt Clay Johnson has been spending this thing into our system and get at call on committee of Ladies Club or
two weeks and will ,'isltlis/ old home some time in Kissimmee visiting it and do it, and do( it well.ORANGEGENTER. on Mr. C. Carpenter, manager and instructor the sidered a gentleman so fast important'
I returning here. home. folks, shaking hands with at Fireman's hall.ANNOUNCEMENTS. meat question t
t. in Topeka before
( friends and attending the county' fair. I What this county can do along )
i Jennings Prevatt, who is with the He returned. Wednesday to Okeechobee line of patriotic service in
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, Remount Service, stationed at Camp City where he makes this important food fr.ctor was If
his head-
%j Johnston, near Jacksonville, came dojMOhstrated at the fair this
quarters and look'after his large FOR MARSHAL
AND
TAX COLLECTOR
last week. \ -
j i home on a short furlough! >when after of good hogs
shipping Interests.It Our !school and quite a number of pen pen
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' He returned to his duties Monday the Duroc-Jersey' or Chester
will be of interest to of our citizens were in attendance at
night. many the Orlando fair the week. I her by announce myself a nail- breeds weree shown.
past
Mrs. Edgar Oliver's friends
: here to
Miss Lillian Harris of Spartan learn that she has Mr. The school. sent a very interesting date folvthe office of CityxTOarshal The Edgewater Farms
burg, S. C., is visiting' the family of Oliver on a business accompanied trip to Porto exhibit for the first! time and carriedoff and Tax Collector, and speetfully showed two good sows and, '
her brother, W. J5. Harils. Miss Har. Rico,. Their small Jr. three of the prizes. solicit the kupport of/the voters of tatives of almost every cl'se.
: son, Edgar, *
ris is dietician at the Steedly Hospital Kissimmee. i j* The Carson Cnttle L. '
with his nurse\ is staying with his Leonard Bronson.; 12, took first company,
in Spartanburg, and is here on a grandparents. and Mrs. N B. prize in the best whittled work. N. ALVEY. Denning. W Bl:, Makinson, Ed

. two weeks' vacation. Carson. Adele Burman, age 12, took the showed fine specimens of the
-.( Mrs.: 'C. .N. .Taylor and! son, Allen, Two of Kissimmce's first prize in the best doll outfit. FOR MEIQBER SIJY COUNCIL breed and Ed Bass and Pat
". of Memphis: lenn., wno nave beer Mrs. R. winter"visitors, Adele! Burman also won the silver. I I hereby announce Tsyself a candidate seem to fancy the Chester White. )
visiting her cousin, Mrs.' A. W. Winn, Y. and George Corwin of Buffalo, N. medal for the best speaker in the for City CouncilmWi. and will There were a few good ,litters.,
Mrs. J. Wear of Litchfield
and family, left Tuesday for Tampa; III. have silver medal contest, which took placein appreciate the support or fe: voters pigs on display q
.swill return here for:,another presented' the Hart Memorial the Educational building on Thursday at the approaching primary. John Collins, Jr., one of
before going home r '; (: \'Mit ' ; library with two'. new",books of night.' ;'; ,' '" ., J? J. GRIFFI f
t \ 4itihnk\ hit fiction, ,''My Home In ,the'"Field' ;: ;
Mildred'Anderson.accompani -
.'D.'WjC1ark'of, OilandoiwasInithe;{ 'f < Miss '
Honor
by 4V Frances $ Wilton Huard
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; Wednesday'!,taking Ii inlthe'fair, and ,'PrivateJPeat."",f byfj Harold:,1 << ?.' led by, twenty-two ofi her,pupils;were Jk,:;i.:<" s: A Shampoo Scheme ,
."Clark"has"recentyloacceptedlJ'aposition ] Peat ; ? ', in the parade./iV5t\ l'f!
as circulation manager for This makes quite a, showing for our tie as an adjunct In drying: tbe hair Wellthe" fair
the Florida] Farmer and Stockman'of' J. Cottrell, Decatur, Mich.' Miss : little school], and all wish them success after a shampoo hare just been discovered
Jennie Briggs, Enderlin N. D. '
are
Jacksonville and expects to move to in tho future. by one woman Half] Oiled with
stopping at the Lincoln house and
that city. The farmers are rejoicing over a hot water and to and
the
applied scalp
report a severe winter in their home rain which visited sectionon
J. C. Tower and family are expected sections; ranging from 10 to 40 below good our hair' it dries both rapidly and pleas.
Sunday night. --but
the
" to leave! today for their home in zero, and Kissimmee strawberriesand Mrs. M. E. Maddux killed a rattle- antly. With a second bottle appliedto Split
Garrison, N. D., after spending the orange blossoms are almost too snake that had the length of the hair It Is possible :
on Tuesday night
winter here. Mr. Tower was greatly great a contrast to believe. eight rattles. to recline luxuriously with a book mains and

benefited in health and expressed his W. II. Harris and wife of Philadelphia while one's hair is almost drying Itself. .

other intent?time.;?n of returning here at some who have been at St. Cloud since Stable fertilizer for sale. Apply( - lowest. We ''

1\frs.\ Aultman'and October, are now visiting Kissimmeeand 516 Bermuda r.venue. Phone 262. Up STOCK EXHIBIT AT FAIR IS
Mr. and S. B. have taken at the Lin- '
quarters
1 daughter, Miss Elizabeth, Mrs. Mc; coln house g ,fonarroTflvbgkqjv'bg'k' Hear br. J. II. Dew at the. First BIG BOOST FOR COUNTY Tampa--think t !

Gowan, Miss Mary Pherigo nnd little coin house for another month's Baptist church each evening next ,/ -
Aultman motored to Or- stay week, beginning next Sunday A. M. (
Jackonetta
feeling that our Florida climate is (Continued, from Page One)
lando Sunday to be present at the much more attractive than the zero This is a rare treat. / -r-t
: dedication of the Christian CORNER DRUG STORE. /* in any other breed. 1
, new banks of the North.
snow Graham Flour sack _______ .
The Carson Cattle Company S. C. .11.'I
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church there. While it lasts] we arselling'? high
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lorne of Beth- "
,...' Will Mason Tiller, who his been any, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Nevi- grade Toilet Soap for 25 cents. COR-' Partin, Ed Whaley any,-and, Pat the Johnston Edgewater all Yellow Corn Meat pkx. ____ .

home from Camp Wheeler on a fewdays' son of Rock Creek! ,-Ohio, are makingour NER DRUG STORE. f had enter specimens. Wheat,, 100 Ibs. __________ .
furlough, left Sunday for Mar city another visit and are again Mrs. Bullock's many friends will Mr. Johnston carried off all the first

ion, Ala., to enter the Boys Military welcomed by the glad hand of many be pleased to hear of her winning a premiums, his exhibit having speci- Best Scratch Feed ________ '
Institute to prepare! for the competi- here! by whom they are well known. ]large number of "blue ribbons" at the mens in class. .

;, tivo examinations preparatory to en- They are stopping at the Lincoln Orlando fair, One pen every which attracted a great Florida Cane Syrup, cJ____ .
West Point.
tering house. Nathan Bryan came home from deal of favorable comment was a trio, Pillsbury Flour. 24 !P." ____ .
Miss Fannie Jones, her brother, J.: William Linderstruth and wife of Camp Wheeler today on a five-day an Angus buIlt scrub cow and a calf.
Edmond Jones, and Miss Morrissey Jacksonville are at the Lincoln house .furlough] for a visit with his parents, This calf stands higher than its mother Self-ruin Flour 24 lb. lack .

arrived from Toronto, Canada Satur-I and have very little praise far the Mr. and Mrs.; F. C. Bryan. He is with though it will not be a year old 12 Ib. sack Self-riinf Flour .
day to spend a few weeks in the city, Loughman (detour) route., having, as the auto section in the het.vy artillery until the middle of May. This is clearly -
enjoying the Florida sunshine and he terms it, a Ford sandwich for several band. ] the result of good breeding as the Granulated Su ar. lb. _____ .

visiting friends here. They are domiciled ] miles,but says Kissimmee looks D. -R. Stroup shot two large tur- calf has never been ;ifed and was Lord Calvert Coffee _______ .
at the Graystone for the pres ta be such a nice clej-n place he is key gobblers] at Reedy creek early brought in from Mr. Johnston's ranch

ent.Mr. glad to be here. yesterday morning which weighed the opening day of the fair. !

and Mrs. William Payton and Miss Nettie Yowell's war- gardendemonstration respectively 17 1and 18 pounds.He One Angus 'heifer, one year and sixteen SATURDAY ONLY-- -
daughters Misses Laura, Fannie and brought them into town and had days old. from a scrub cow, was,
at the fair is
county Eggs doz.. __ ________ .3
Lena, I. A. Payton and son, Albert, worthy of emulation by house- them on exhibition in front of J. 1\1. in the estimation of the judges good I > per :

Mrs. J ..W. Butts and daughter, Miss hold in this city. The exhibit every shows .Willson's office for a short time, enough to show anywhere.The .

Lennie, were a pleasant party motor- ten varieties of vegetables] ina where throngs of fair visitors gathered Edgewater Farms made a
ing to Orlando Sundav for a picnic garden 36x53 feet. The vegetablesare grown to admire and comment on them. splendid showing with their Shorthorn Vesper, a very food coffee ,
dinner and visit with relatives. exhibit. "
a cabbage, lettuce beets onions Cornelius Arbuckle's Coffee ____ _
Christiancy, general southern There of _ .
Mr. and Mrs. L. Y. Bryan and mustard was an interesting display
Chinese cabbage, collards, sales] for the Coe-
manager Indian Brahma bulls to Ed Yale Coffee _ _______ .t
daughter/ and their guests, Mrs. H. T. peas, carrots and parsley. Mortimer Fertilizer c mpany, was a belonging .
Parker and daughter Tennessee, business! vis':lor in Kiscimmeo spend- Whaley.! These are somewhat of an White Bacon best Ib____jf' '
Fred Ford
motored down from Sanford Wednesday and wife, Detroit, Mich., experiment here which has been tried
ing the o.irly] ; of the week here. '
and spent the day attending the are stopping over en route to Tampa Mr. Christiancy pan is believer in during the past two or three years. Breakfast Bacon, Ib ___..;,_ .
f with Tin Lizzie, and Mr. Ford's a great The who favor this breed
of won- to
fair. Mr. Bryiin is the proprietor men
a wonderful future for this section Potatoes, peck _______4__ .
der about is why they don't with the Florida scrub
4- the Bryan Cycle Co., of this city. get a along] agricultural] lines and highly cross cow
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Briggs and their move on and bulkhead the lake and praised the county fair now in ses- claim they are immune to the ravagesof Coarse Grits. 5 Ibs. ___-?___ .
layout a park, etc. Col. Lincoln] told the tick and that they are hardy
charming daughter Miss Vivian, who him all was needed was some of the sion animals. On ranges where this ex Fine Grits 5 Ibs. ___/____
located here from To-
have ronto,recently Canada, left in their oar for an "Ford millions." B. W. Cannon left Saturday nightin periment\ being tried the calves are Meal. 5 Ibs _______J_____ .
to of
overland trip to Miami, Palm Beach E. P. S. Wright and wife of Clear- the response critical illness a message of his telling daughter, found to have few flesh.ticks but stay in Lima Beans 18c. 2 tts. for., i .

and other east coast cities. They water,,who are visiting various pointsin wonderfully good .. )
Mrs. Tucker at Georgetown S. C.
tbl,
The Carson Cattle S. C. Navy Beans 19c 2 for_ .
were joined here by a party of Florida, registered at the Lincoln] Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clifford and Miss company
Partin and Pat Johnston all sh ,
iw-
friends from Orlando.J. house for a day or two. Mr. Wright Corrie Cannon left Monday to be with arc No.1 can Tomatoes 3 for__ .
ing these calves at the' fair as examples -
II. Bryan formerly of Kissim stated that the new road from Lough- their sister. Mrs. Cannon has been
&;
] of the satisfactory crossingof Best Oleo Butterbe. Ib. ____ .
when would send almost
man, completed,

mee, was in town Saturday on a busi- at Mrs. Tucker's bedside for some this breed with thj native cow.
ness .and pleasure trip combined. Mr. a continuous line of machines A good displaw of Jersey cat- Nut Butter ft/____,______ .
through this town and Kissimmee will time.Don't very
Bryan Is with the Bell and Taloy] be '(If her investment for road be careless in a matter of tle was shown by Dr. W. W. Carson, Kello '. Toasted Corn Flakes .

Turpentine company with headquarters work.F.proud. life and death Are you as:: careful W. B. Makinson, A. E. Thomas, Pat .. ,.j.;.
at Wewaihota) on the east coast
about who, fills your prescriptions as Johnston and W. I. Barber. Mr. 'kEverybody
line near Kenansville. Mr. Bryan is L. Ferguson, president of the you are in selecting your doctor? We Johnston's cow, Mr. Mrkinson's heifer -
P,7
manufacturing a pine tar product. Root Grain Company of Kansas Oity: guarantee the purest drugs obtain-' and Dr. Carson's calf are wearing cordially invited. You will be treated right.

Huelling Davis, field representative Mo., who was' called home to look af- able. All AMERICAN made. The blue ribbons.

for the Sixth Federal Reserve ter business interests on account of work is'done by a thoroughly compe- : The only out-of-county .exhibit in

JJiberty Loan L strlct:: with headquarters the illness of the secretarv. 1asurer tent licensed pharmacist of 7 yearsof I this y&partrrent is from the Carolinas! Split Nickle GroceryPHONE -
at Atlanta, Ga., spen'- yesterday of the company. Mr. Ferguson came experience. Caution' your doctorto onar sent here for advertising pur-'
in Kissimmee. Mr Davis was here with his wife and baby, Miss leave your prescriptions with us, n bes. It includes specimens of the

here in the interest of the third Lib Frances', some time ago for the sea- or phone us rnd we will send for (Devon and Ayi shire, both milk 141.' 422 BRO WAY. : !
erty Loan subscriptions *or which son and says he is very glad to be them. CORNER, DRUG STOR breeds, and the Angus, a beef breed. e.J *
of will be called I in the next few days. back again.' Phone 297. The hog it is said will soon be con- ,I


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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE: FRIDAY: FEBRUARY 22, 1918
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WhAT( KIND OF ACtOP C.-, OVER BODY OF MRS. VAIL i I.

1>YOU Mr*. Vail'', wife of W. T. Vail, who TO BE SKK! AND HEARD. 1913 TO BB 0BB.N' AMD UEAJLD.mmtrtml 3 i

; WANT TODAY? SINK STEAMSHIP died at her home here on Thursday V. .. A.rl<-.ll.ral. BmfclkUaS t 5J 1'. a.. NaiBl! Km: kl.! ,-/ ",
"... l.lv "' k ab.wAarte.lt.r.1 JTM
Florida < tle. 1'
\ AND- morning, was buried at Rose .lfill] *r Car *fc.w
t COME ------ cemetery Saturday. The funeral service Wnmtmm'm Arki 1'r..rt....e.. .a : .. / mm* ._*.(* -.
SEE OUR tcOtSPLAY Mrs. A. Cooper is, in receipt of a was held at the Presbyterianchurch a.?.' ... Ulrl' ('.!.. "...... ( , Aria ad (',.ft*.-* \
letter from her, brother,'who is aboard and was conducted by Dr. 1&tl..1 1......._ .rtle. I..d.lt..1..M Ifm'mtlltmVm
m
the S. S, St. Andrew, and was an eye Witherspoon. This was preceded by; v..r..1... KlklklU IO..F osrNa ctoietMARCH T..n.r.
f it w.r \vitness to the sinking of a steamship the beautiful ritual of the ladies of: I.he *t.rk e..1.! ILBRYAAr .... mmm d'r' .
by two submarines: the G. A. II. Circle, which was said P..rF ..... 29 """ ('d.r.e. ta'RY _..
Andrew ..... ., F... .. .r.. v. A aavuM
qa II. H. T. St. at the house. .
New York, 7-2-18. A large concourse of friends attended . n
Dear Lena: Once again we are back the service and followed the '
IF YOU CAN'T/QUITE MAKE ill N. Y., having 'come from West body to its resting place. The Florida State Fair and JExposition

Africa this time. You will notice I The floral offerings were unusually .
DP MIND
YOyU have' changed ships. ellL I3ee'I. took a I beautiful.Mr. Is a big. idea, in the benefits of which all the people of
just what kind >f meat you want holiday) from .the Saint : ana and Mrs. Vail had lived here for Florida .
was home five weeks :and the owners the four and have endeared are participants. .. '
to order, pay his market a visit past years Florida counties! have arranged for displays. '
aprointed me. to this vessel, one of I themselves to all who knew them. Twentytfive .
and look at fhe tempting roasts, the name company. We left home on The husband has the sympathy of the The United States Agricultural and Navy departments have

steaks and'ops we are .offering the 12th of Oct. ostensibly for Singapore community In this bereavement.Mrs. accepted invitations to be represented' exhibits. ,

They will ake up ,your appetite on government service, but we Vail was seventy years old at rr V. Never before has there been u extensive and as novel an
,
further than the west coast
never got the time of her death. She bornin
and give ) an Idt'a.or, what. you of Africa, We.had the narrowest escape '. Niles, Mich., May 13, 1874.was In \ exhibition' of the agricultural, horticultural, industrial and live.

want. from the enemy,J've experienced 1868 she was married to Henry Homer t u etock progress, of the State as will be here shown. ,;

as yet. When some twelve miles Three children were born to them, The future possibilities ot Florida are to be demonstrated ..0t !
off Queenstown,' we receive! an "S. three sons. Two of these 5 for
eons are by the present performance of the State. Her potentialities y
O. S. signal I and'ahortly afterwards :
now living, Clarence Homer, of Hammond *
itomorrow In her achievements of today. .
be shown
to
saw a large ,steamer engaged in a Ind., and Harry C. Horner of are ;.
.
Cjiy Market I fight with two submarines. We had Montgomery, Ala. '" 'I: ., .' ..I' I

tc pass over. the same course and this The deceased liver] in Indiana, Illi- Amusement Entertainment Instruction '
vessel which was perhaps a quarter n''* and later in Colorado, where she M ; .
of an hour anead ot us met wan the iv came the wife of Mr. Vail April *
same fate as surely we should have 190:1.: Money has bead' expended This Fair will be unique in f... V"Get

.ANNOUNCEMENTS done, and we were. the better prey She united with the Methodist freely but with Brood judgment that whatever the'' desire of 'a 1. '. .

.. /J as we had a" cargo, while the other church when she: was nbout twenty- to secure' the best atthe visitor, whether for clean '"
FOR MAYOR was in ballast\ but, of course, they five years old. Upon her marriage '
to tractions and to assure a good amusements or for exhibit of .
I herebjrSknnounce myself a candidate t>av\' us too late. However, we had :Mr Vail she joined the Presbyterianchurch .
for reon to the office of our gun trained ready and all handson of which he was a member, time for all.who come. There :endeavor throbbing. with the

Alayas f issiniTtlfcswJind solicit the deckIt was a most unequal con and when they moved Kissimmee) will be more to amuse, enterthrill of accomplishment, it
upporftMiilhe voters i roach, test, two subs to one steamer with a thy placed their l letters in the church tain and instruct than was will be gratified. Everythingever

ing primary small gun. However, she fought of that denomination here. An unbroken offered in the same shown will be of real and -.
bravely to the last. Before she went .
N S. CADEL.FOirCOUNVHaMAN stretch of almost fifty
years
length of in genuine interest-even those
down two patrol boats were on the of Christian service is left for inspiration time'anywhere
firing they along and an Florida. One be who come for a vacation will "
I am a candidate for Jaa4gcJ.ion asCity scene as came to) the many friends who may grave
Councilman of Kissimm __ the LI-boats then disappeared. Before honor her memory and her influence or gay, busy or' idle Just as go with an education as to

; r:.: .::w" ': .:- :; >ule5-o: { ,-approaching 'Hvy did i-o. they fired at: the men' inthe'boatsr .$lJJJ j 1 live..9'1..i.rL. ._ _Jhyi. gnrrmini.._. .. .ty. (.. ., ;; KiTr the, mood,P.9X"I' ,_ what ;Florida! U is._ : .. ;...,. .. ., ...
Jdilinjtrand .
primary. ROMA-THO.MASr; I -JfUihtH': fIC "" mimt>>f..nl fl '- ff I!.JJ *!lTifA.. ':; ; ,41 '''''''''' ,".;=:-77.s; +- /:,:,: ''". -. ., .'."."- '.'''' '::.-'rI"'hjr.. ;; -....-."..,."....- -- "

1 FOR--MAYlJk! " -awaiting nt least. to.Such fight is what for our we own saw Hives.while MISS MILDRED WINK AND 'Your Ticket to Jacksonville" "

'We are authorized to announce the I the submarines J
They say they got 1 MR. WALTER SAUPE WED
mama of G.o'. KRIDBS as a candi but easier said than done. I'm sure i

date of the coming municipal primary the fight, was in progress while we I|, Miss Mildred Winn and Mr. Walter M.VS ?
.,lecOullt or the office of mayor. for minutes,
looking
were on twenty Saupe were married Tuesday eveningat
}'Olt MATrMJL L AM TAX COL-- and I darel'UY0 were three miles the residence of her counstns, Mr.

)It off ami the submarines didn't show> and Mrs. A. W. Vaughn, 1208 -Highland -
I am a candidate Tdvvre-elcctlon as u very good .t \I'l'et.;! That occurred I II avenue, in the presence of a
Marshaf'IIJ1d Tax, CollcctorV tLKissim- I the day after we left home; since I, large number of relatives and close
mee and will apreciate the I su lot their nothing! of consequent has oc- friends.
the voters .i irPCbe! coming primary.' .I ('url..d11th!,' there wore four vessels: The ceremony elaborate a1-
T
(,EO W,)JVr.RSTln.trli.reby :! 1. I tall"ed"od' outside the port where we any occurring in recent mouth :Much -(

announce-aiiy-olf] a candidate | wen1'itund/. just a few days before | min' accompanied! the rites and an I
for Reprosentativein the Leg mi an i\"al. I iit-M'T Want to set that i i uncle! of the bride l the H<>\'. J. I R. A.
islatuie from Osceola County, ; ulijcct horrible court ugam I mean WestjAlririi. I Vaughn of Piedmont, was present to II
to the action of the Democratic I daresay: : you have heard it say the word of an elfecti\e ceremony I
primary. FRED ]M. BASS II called! "the white man's! grave." And uniting thorn.Mi .
i it, deserves its 'appellation.\ ]} We had l I W. I.. Winn of Kissimmec.
FOK MEMKKK: CITY ( (11'-) :;<11.' uliout I fifteen men laid up with the 1'la.isited Cape iiraideuu; especially ithe .
a candidate for member of the I finer and those who escape it never I to be present/ at the marriage of t \
following officers were chosen: E. letins from the department for free and well ventilated and .
City ukjujDcil subject -to the will of feel too well. You have to be drugging her daughter building can ..
the peopTBVJn) the White Man's primary i yourself with quinine all the j I :Miss Meta Sterner of Sikecton, a n..an" Agnew, president; P. A, distribution to ftlj who arc interested be heard long I before it can be seen. "
Mar* If fleeted I shall\ I time.. The heat itawful and what I Conner close companion and fellow 'ans! Agnew vice-president; Ernest in the culture of these" pluntK. There are one thousand l 'birds house
undertake to aiqply rigid business | with flies and mosquitoes.) 'Xvell, I Ii student at the Normal of Miss Winn II. Every, vice-president; W. B. Crawford This exhibit occupies a portion of
1 secretary and treasurer / the east of the main ed here, every specimen a prize win..
methods to the pionle's affairs leave it wing exposition
to .
remembering i i you picture yourself I[ was her maid of honor. Mr. Nelson I .
always TWt the public ], Pearmont served as best man for :Mr. bulding. neA 1
'funds are the people nOl1.ey and I I Saupe. IF YOUR.CHILD IS CROSS fine line of premiums were offerit
POULTRY SHOW HUGE SUCCESS ( for this department, in fact they
should be rigidly conserOSLl t this Opening the ceremonies Miss
time of world-wide distress > Aw-y with DEADLY POISONS I Gladys Tanner played Schubertj's FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED were attractive that out of town

GEO. M. TAYL R. /A7" 0KW I I Serenade on her violin a.ldIi1ls: The poultry show i in pronounced firms are competing for them with
ono of the unqualified successesif fine exhibits
Orpha Rose of Kissimmee, Fla., who many
F Look, Mother! If I attention -
is the Normal; coated
t1j KILLS DATS. MICE AND GOPHERS attending : this winter, tortgu .
We authorized I and admiration of and its has
are tpap..mw % sang! "I I Love You Truly." !Mrs. A. clean little bowel yrlth "Call- every visitor this department success
name of A.lia3TORTas a candidate. W. fornia Syrup of.'lg.." to the grounds.The been largely due to his untiring efforts.
Vaughn,: played the Wedding marchas
rot SALE Bf
.the"o1T7ce of exhibit
for City Treasurer, sub the advanced fills the commodious .
pair with their
ject to the White Man's primary to CENTRAt'DRUG STORE I young .
attendants to positions before the -- --- --- -
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be held March 2nd. I '" Kiitimmee. Fla. minister to take their vows. Little Mother can rest eisy after, giving

TlM* QutolM Tart DM No/A the fINd :Miss Louise Vaughn was the ring "California Syrup at Figs,? because in FOR CASH ;
SALE PREFERRED
Bcau..of ila Ionic and Uxafcv*! effect. I.AXA Drives Out Malaria, Bulldrtjp'. System bearer. a few hours all .the clogged-up waste, I -- ,
T1VK BBOMO QUININE!.bier than ordinary The Old Standard aof''nacal aw nrthfnlni tonic Besides Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn and sour' bile and fermenting food gently ""
Ouinlnc and doe not caua* rvouancaa. nor ;SHOVE'S TAI .ILHU chillTONIC.drrrea'out. Mrs. Winn Mr. Snupe's parents, Mr.and' moves out of the bowel ...
rneiualnbead. Kememb h. lull D.me.ad Malaria/ .enrlcheatbcbl ,. build uplbu,... and ;you harea I One block of five Lots in south Part of Town250
look for tha denature ol Jflf W.-w.GKOVS. .3Uc:. cm.... .,A..true., tonic. Foredultf children. 6Oc Mrs. J. G. Saupe, their son and well, playful5child again. ''
" and other relatives foot front 208 footifcpth. Ricb-MtickSoil :
daughter Mr. adaPt
k . ?,_ Sick!; chtldifen needn't be coaxed to I : :
.'m."w '"'''''''''''''''''''''''___ON''',""", ''',''';';;;' ''''..\!''.''' ,'..,'" ... :saupe were. present.,.' ( /''',:' take this VlarmleM, "fruit laxative" 'Truck inch fall to
.,1,1'' Early;:;Wednesday mornipg.Mra'; and Millions m. mother kH'pw.oor\ because I Banana o.r GroWinEighteen. dif\>;
.,, ;" < ''. .:' Mrs" Saupe j left i forS Dearborn,'where know ; 'ditdl.'M, keyour home for itself. '.::.J
: Vafj Its action roc the stomach : pay :-w: .
. .
. . .. ., '. ., . Mr;Saupe resumed his duties of professor Ihfr and bowel i I. prompt and cure. -
of mathematics in the schools
of that ''place.Mr. As kf your druggist for a bottle of"C.fformia Apply VALLEY GAZETTr.a .

Saupe and Miss Winn were fellow Syrup of FI *," which con.aja -

students at the Normal school direction. for babie, ohildT-.of ._- .--
all\ age and for grown-up.
about three years ago and there, in
I the mathematics classes, they starteda
friendship that later on brought FINE CORN COTTON PEANUTS

I them closer personal interests. They SHOWN BY STATE INSTITUTION .

Call 'Phone figured out to a nicety by I; a system Osceola Hardware a Co I
of mathematical calculations how 'A splendid educational exhibit is

two can be one and still occupy more being made at the fair by the College I 1
[space and accomplish greater achievements Clt Agriculture at Gainesville, featuring '
in life. Their later experiencein three products, cotton, corn and "
actualities of the teaching profes peanuts.The Located on' Kissimmee'13BUS'iEST
sion' merely confirmed their theories cotton) is arranged in cases and CORNER
and they decided to prove the results. shows samples of all the standards
Miss Wirin agreed to quit her good adopted by the U. S. Department of
position in Central high( school of Agriculture.The ;
Cape Girardeau. Mr. Saupe realizes long rows of corn have come
that he may soon be called away from from the crops grown by members of "GLORY WEEK" 'a
his position since he is an honored the boys' corn clubs throughout the .'11l'
Class I man in his county and state and show what can be done
may have to do a little fighting through intelligent cultivation of this I This i i. Kill mm e'* "Glory Week1'and our treat Fair i II the
against the Huns.-Daily Republican,
I Cape Girardeau, Mo. crop.The peanut exhibit includes sam- '"best ever." This remind n. that w.. are receiving an unusually

pies of the oil which is pressed out I We've/ mention
invoice of Hardware. time to the
I large even
for commercial and the
TAKES OFF DANDRUFF purposes peanut ,
_
meal which is made from the resi- name of tie article, but be assured that we cab meet moat any
HAIR .STOPS.FALLING due. There are also fine samples of "
__ w- peanut hay on exhibition.G. want of year in the Hardware line.
L. Herrington, state agent for
save your Halrl Get a small bottleof i,
Danderine right liow-Also the boys' corn( clubs, is in charge of Every tired person it entitled to a food bed to sleep in. How
the department and has with him bul-
"So the People May Know"The stops itching scalp.. .. w about one of our all-cotton MattreMC Better buy before cotton
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take another
Jumq.
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Thin, brittle, ooi/rles and scraggy ., .
-- hair h mute evidence ofcalp a ng lccted This Is Our Winterof
Valley Gazettes desire is to ; of dandruip that awful. ncurf. Warm weather it no{' here, which remind nt that it it time

print all the new all the. lime, but There is nothing so destructive to to get a Ref riferatorWhile on your way to the Fair drop in
unless items are sent in by phone, tlie liair aa datfdnifT. 'It robe the hair TestSERVING and what oteria"i' .
we are
I card or letter, we cannot hope to gH of it* lustre Jkta strength and iU very tee
it all. If you know of any item t>t life; eventually producing a feverish- '
nt-ws The Valley Gazette will be very new and itching of the scalp, which if What would yon say to a Dresser with a big plate! glass mirror
{ glad to print it. not remedied oauara the hair roots to food Is a lo i' for only ten dollar? .
shrink loosen and die-then the hair *>. for each
Club, Society, Lodge Church or falls nut fast A little Danderine tonight Price
School notes; people going away or now-any time-will surely Ave .flnlt* rules for I Have you bought any War Savings Stamp? If not, get

coming births, back items; marriages concerning' deaths visitor or, your hair.Get every one cannot be busy I 16 Thrift if bought this month cost only 4.13, will soon
a small bottle of Knowlton'sDsaderlne ,
building operations, real estate deals, from any drug store. Youa'lftly' formulated.' ItI. I be worth 5.00
neighbor moving in or going out, and have a duty for .. .
can beautiful hair and lot
in fact anything that will make The of it if you will just try a little Uftuderino. each one to i I "Three buffalo pickles and one thin dime,

Valley Gazette more interesting to Its Save your hair I Try it I eat only so Will help to break the Hindenburg line!I"
readers. much a* lin I .

The Valley Gazette's motto is: "So KISSIMMEE MEN OFFICERS IN c_sary the to

the People May Know," and to that RICH FELLSMERE COMPANY I human maintain bodyDecIthy GASHUM AND SUSETTE
end ask
we your co-operation. ,
and strong. This wInterf j a
Messrs. John S. Cadel and W. B. 1018 1* the period when U to Guhnm and Sutette went to the Fair Hut week. At they

'Help us boost Kissimmee"I ing Crawford of the attended Florida the'Plantations annual meet.Com be tested here la America whether . entered' the ground and Sutette taw the long stretch of can-

pany at Fellsmere on Tuesday This our people are capable of voluntary Tat of the Johnny Jones shows all aflame with gorgeous pictures
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sacrifice'
to
company worth owns ot land about in St.a Lucie milion coun dollars save the Individual.orld. That Is the purr ,' the. clapped her band and squealed with delight, faying:

,i ty and is one''ot the largest J. G. pose of the organisation of the I "O''Gathnm, that mutt be one of.those lovely Camouflages'such

White investments in Florida. -At the fruited States Food Administration they Lave in France .
annual stockholders meeting held on -by voluntary effort to pro- at r '

Tuesday the following directors were ride the food that the world / Watch this week for about
space next more Gashum and
elected for the ensuing year: P.-, needs.
Vans Agnew, E. G. Vans Agnew, JohnS. Susette.I .
Cadel, Ernest II. Every and W. n'l U. 8. FOOD ADMTNISTBATIONII:
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Crawford. At the directors t ti tvWilkw
meeting I, ..;

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 19/ \ NiRrmm

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..- ,,11' END STOMACH TROUBL'S I I before Friday the Und ' .r FOR TAX: A
Vlleicittlons .
AMERICAN TO"n A III 111 otherwisethe DF.F.IJ
RED CROSS GASES OR DYSPEPSIA I of said bill will I be takei-JTs confessed -"-- .

I by said defendant. jf Notice la hereby gKgert that S. r.. ni >
I It Is further ordi-r.'diWliat this order and .
F I UeorgeM .1-. put .h..... 'a
rape I be published once jfweek for four of Tax Certificate
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'" I No 1J' dated the 6tli
ENROLL SCHOOLCHILDREN Pap. Dlapeptln" maloM atck sour I consecutive ",'e.'ke'% nth.. Kisslmmc.Vailey ,' II day of July, A D 1. hay.. tiled] sad:
24,000,000 gassy stomachs surety feel fin* F' Qaaette, it said County **d State.. application for
., In five mil C.. deed to 'Issue In
I This 14th (rifV of February, t9U accordance wit a.. Bald certificate
: SELLS I (Circuit CqarT J. L.. OVUKSTIIKKT.Seal embrace th foll.wlnlC described!

IN JUNIOR AUXILIARIESTo If what U I ) .jT Clerk Circuit Ct property "it. "d. In Usceola; County
judFate
... you soaring on K rl bbs JlT I'It".1.Solon' IMorldu, i to- : ,
Fire Life Accident and your stomach ot/1icii like ai lump o( I for Complainant Jf -ttKOTICK sEts of .'V4 Section 10 In Township
i and' 25 Houth an. J7 East
load or V>ch eructate
you ga -
I TO Thc to land
being
assussed
f tltEHiTjva at the
sour, undigestjir food or have a feeling date o issuance of said
certificate
Health FiateG1ass. Lia. I Ceurt .1 ... ( : ". 0........ i the In
of dizziness, JH'artburn, fullness,, nausea. , e..ey n, e of C. M Candy Unless said:
I t.u.t,. State ..8t. .I"a. cert ste shall be redeemed.
bad taste JB mouth and l stomach.bead- I to v, tax deed will according
and Issue
: bility Boiler Insurance. the School Children of theUnlted States: thereon on.
I Riitat ., I). fit. stII
11th of
ache, you an get relief la five minute vr C day March, A. D. 1011
I To all Creditors I- ateea. Distribu J. '.. OVKUSTHERT,
Legal Bonds Executed A Proclarnatiori .by neuUflizlng acidity. Put an end to I tees and all I'erjsfns having Clalnvof I (Seal Clerk Circuit Court. Os-

such ftMraach distress now by getting a I Demands ngtut" said; Estate: / reola Count .Florid

Samc'D'y Needed. The President, of the United States is also President of larg... ftY-ct'nt.ease of Tape's Diapepsin I I You. and and each re'ou to. are present hereby any notified IIJllt By 8. H BLTl.lxiCK 1.,

the American Red Cross. It is from these offices\, joined. fro' r any drug store. ,You realize fn I claims and d-vTiands which you or NOTICE TO CRDITOH5,

time when fh' minutes how needless I it is to suffer! I either of yyp; may have against the .
in that I Write word of at this ,
one you a greeting I estate of Ur' S Austin deceased tate l. Ce>Brt .( the ( ...tr ...... tat. or
OFFtCEt .so many of you are beginning the school' year. I m indigestion, dyspepsia or any atom- i of Osreols' "<:ount)'. Florida, to the un- ...1.rl4.. Osrvol: ('. y.. .
: State Bank B ildlD'g'j I derslgn of said !. .. ..... .f .
Junior ch disorder caused by food ,fennentatioB r executor estate re : Je* etle .1111. ..-
The American Red Cross has just prepared a I ,.lthln r\o years from the date hereof. To all Creditor. JUegaj Fs Distributees
p Membership with School Activities in which every pupil in due to. excessive acid in stomach. I laiFI February 4th. A. r>. 1918, and all Persona/Viavlng Claim
I O. F. AUSTIN or Demand afralnsMlald Estate:
: 'the United States can find a chance to serve our country.. The Osceola county commissioners I 8-Y Executor You.. and each of jsWu. are hereby notified

The school is the natural center of your life. Through It have let the contract for a :hard road claim and and requlrj decslTnds to present any
which
you can best work in the great cause of freec'/om to whichwe from Kisslmmee through St., Cloud to V .MITEK5 SALE t'' either of you. Phay have against you, the-or

have all pledged ourselves. J the Bi-evard county line, Which will I Notice Is he"r-.; glen that un ..r estate of Jeitt... N Phillip. deoeaaed. -
. be virtue late of jMceola County Florida, to
; eventually continued to Melbourna i and by of a Final Derrd In
BunifeilBarclayRealkCo. Our Junior. Red Cross will bring .to you opportunitiesof Manatee River Journal. I I Chancery In the case of Fred Rqkvrsonvs the und Hlirned Executor of said
all i H. W; Weaier; Z. nass andt' Annla estate, jBtYhln two years from. the data
service to and to other communities
your community I E. Bass, his wife; and hiss U nstruo- hereo r' ? .
S over the world and guide your service with high and religious America is requested to save fats to i tlon Company a corporntlonr defendants ,V r December. 14th. A. D. UI

make the German ranks, thin. That i pending In the Circuit Court of I .. SCEVA S, PHILLII
ideals.. It will teach how to in order that suffering
save
you I the Seventh Judicial ClrslBIt of the e E utor,
children) elsewhere may have the chance to live. It 'will will do it and you can help. Use a I State of Florida In anj "for OsceolauCounty
third of an less l In Chancery thaT underslxnefa ; IW THH CIRCUIT ('OI'RTTUB
teach you how to prepare some of.the supplies which wounded ounce every day.. I Special Master In Cbcncery, will selat SKKMTH: JI'IMCIAI. CIRC .T or

soldiers and homeless families lack. It will send to you much nearer moral starvation., m public outcry, forjmsh In hand to Till: STATE Of KI.OHIlAn A, .N"
I the highest bidder, aJFlhe front door of: FOR 04CKOL.AT VN.
: Bank of Ora&ka through the Red Cross Bulletins the thrilling stories of relief I the Court House I liv JtImltninee, County \, IN CHONCKI

than Subscribe for the Gazette, $2 yearly. l of Oseeola Stat rof Florida. during
and rescue. And be.t.of all, more prfectly< ,' : the legal hours er sale on Monday the R. P. H...... ...-... .5

Orlando Norn through any of your other school lessons, you will learn by 4th dayof, Maatfi, A. D. 118 the following ... .
descrllafd property: OtU 8.e.... sad J. tI. stir, Dat..d..4e. .
doing those kind things under your teacher's direction to be LEGAL ADVERTlSEMENjyNOTICK .Lot Six (8 yof lock Six (8) of Robprson's .. .

the future good citizens of this great country which we all Addition to the Town of Kis.iilmme. It appearing, by Idavlt appended
.. adrordlna; to the plat filed In to the Bill filed I the ,above-stated
TO 'CRED.T 8 the otticjfot the Clerk of the Olrcul cause that J U. I La "r, one of the de.
love.And
''p. I commend to all school teachers in the country the Court osj Oseeola County Florida fendants therein I I. a resident
.. tie ; I'ur cawaser to pay for deed of Uaceola Coun Florida, but has
I Ceart .l CovBtr J.c '. OaeeelaIp
. ._. The Dining Room of the \ simple plan which the American Red Cross hns worked out r.tF. 8t... I.rt.... .I j fd January 291h. A. D 1111! 4 been absent for ore than sixty .day
; i : d* that schoolchildren 1 .. ... F...... .1 A. WPWI.., %v, B CRAWFORD, next preceedln this order of ....bll.
Y rgto provide fory.Quzeratn.knowifltas J
.. : 'j ri1jffaHofeiIs i ; :: :: : all Creditors L.'eHHees. Distributee Special Master In Chanswry. ration and t his Address Is CampImo

\ will givethelr best service under thdli'e guidance ndri'eiS..h\ symavlnJrTTUImirorDemands "' / IORR, & ..KTfSKp." ;i'''"''''' : VVheeler Mac ., UeorifJa;' Over the ago .. .
Solicitors for cfompIB nan .or-twiIntyo. *ear.; eft"t. therefor .
the against said Estate
and instruction of their teachers. Is not th is perhaps ordered
en You. and .elll' of you are hereby n.J tlmjfsald J. O Lanier b* and
chance for which you have been looking to give your time tilled and repaired 'to present any NoTICE OP EXF.tITDi.ek. he In herelw required to appear" to the
Mr. R. B. S.'rsg*. Own Mg,. claims ndy*demands which or 5 Bill of O/miplalnl filed In said cause"
needs you
?
and efforts in to national
some measure meet our ba
# either of you, may have on or ra Monday the 4th day of
(Signed? WOODROW WILSON President estate oCA. W. \'.' deceased; nl"t ofOsceolafCounty Ceart ef Commtrleeety. I dit-i. O.eola !March MS D. 111$. otherwise the atle-
Florida, to the.! undersigned State I.rld.. gatlonnjof said mil will be taken a*
W. B. Crawford Lee Jarr4 September 15, 1917. Executrix of said estate within confessed by said defendant.
two years from the date hereof. IB re ..... .1 lJsyt> Meseleyt It I further ordered that this order
S CRAWFORD &: JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW Dated February 11 tho 1918 Notice Is herebib/Rlven to all whomIt b. llshed once a week for four
BERTHA. U WINN. may concern. n.t on the 31st day: cons. ''uUv weeks In the Kisslmmee.
Of the Junior Membership of the Red Cross, Mr. Henry >.'t Executrix of July. A. I). IffH, I shall apply. to the ValMy Gazette. ., a newspaper published
Offices 5. 6 and 7 Citizen honorable T. Mr Murphy. Judge of said Injkald County and State. .
: 4. Chairman of the War of the American
4 P. Davison Council his list of
p.' Bank NOTICE OK' KXRCLTOR: court as Juire of Probate, for my day January, A D 111..
'
; Building' Red Cross said : ..... .1..1 nl..ce p final dlschaTKe as Executor of the' 'Ircult J. L. OVER3TREKT.: :
.
Kiasimme* Florid I I. (..... .1 ( ....1' ......... ...... av.t7 estate of Idssle, Moseley deceased; and Court Seal) Clerk Circuit Court
"I believe a program has been made out here which is the State .( .....1.... that .t She same time I will present KRIBBB A RTEED.
started in ftnl'accounts Executor of said Solicitors for Complainant T-6tj
most important single movement that was ever my as
DR. W. W. CARSON !. ... Knte.e .f Jeka W. SmHhl "'" estate; and ask for their approval
America for the protection of the American public and the Notice I I. hereby given, to alt wfiom I>*ted January 16th. A. I). 118 IN CIRCUIT COURT.. SRVRNTH JIUICIAL /-,

DENTIST future of the "people. It may concern, that on the 1st.day of EUGLESTON '%jILB0IJRN. ...RCV.... OSCBO1.A:
A. I). 1918. I shall loamam Kxecutor;
August ,apply to -
COIINT%. FLORIDA
Office over Pilly Building "When I was talking with the President about the pro- the Honorable T M. Murphy. Judge ofaald "

Onto. Hours- S-1I.t.I : -IOaTlee I then said that I believed that nothing in the Red Court aa Judge of Probate for ALL FOR WHITE. ': nilMARY KLK<". "'J"'.as (I. Peakbsvs. .
.. 'Phone IIS. Residence 'Pho II> gram my Anal discharge a* Executor of the TIO'V* .
.; <*a* Atnklalatered for Kxtraotloo: efTeeth Cross was as important arf the Junior Membership work, estate of John W Smith deceased.; 8._ ..1. ..... &Iave.S.st. r.. ,,

and that alone from the standpoint of our own people." and that at the same time I will present The city executive committee of the' ..... .MC'EI..F. Nt. <'!_. l..* .,.,
,,_-- -.' my anal accounts as Executor of "white man's party" ....t recently and .... <......,.. CUT mt C.. CI.. s.d
,. I -_ Bald estate and ask for their approval. formulated the following call for a (..... II. .........
:;<;. J. W. THOMPSON I l>ated January II. A. I>. 1918. ",,hlte man' primary": To the Defendants Seminole I a a

Under the slogan "Every School Professor John D. Shoop Suner- THURSTON S. SMITH. The city executive committee of the Investment Company John ImfcKlroy
8-lamtm Bxecutor "white mans party" ; In the ,city oKlsslmmen and Ueorire II L hker: f
" tendent of Schdbl of Cblcaco.Th .
: : Red Cross Auxiliary and Center for hereby call and provide for It appearing from the aft- avit of
--I, /: rat DirectorLICENSElVtMBALMCR I keynote of the Conference was J.. ; National Service." the Junior Had an effort to denne the function of FtorldB. tat District Oeee>lB tlon to be held In the city of Klsstmmee '. solicitors. that In his Mtllef you.
: the Junior which C..ay.ti. : In compliance with the law. of mlnole I Land & Investmen
; ',\ Cross baa perfected plans for the en Red Cross wa : Company,
....
1 : r Dfsi* tere the State of Florida' said primary to are a corporation under BSIB laws of
AND roltm.ntof every school child In the stated by Dr. MacCracken to be. ... *. be held during the hours fixed by law the State of Virginia b/\lnv' your
I Red First Educational Second. Productive. ....._1...d .mmle Publishers ef N. Y. for the holding of election on Saturday principal business In /the City of
United States as a member of a and Third. Financial In the order of >. March 2. 118. for the nomination Washington, l>. C. and Mat you. John

Cross Auxiliary, the date of' the cam. Importance named. To the Associated. Muslo Publishers ofNew of candidate for city elective office to McElroy. are a resldenlfof the City of
York\ be voted for at the general election to Washington I). G, fn& that you
>alp, being;' from Lincoln's birthday The following' are the members of You will plea take notice that suit he held In said city of Kisslmmee on George H. Lehker. a resident of

12 to Washington's' birth. the Honorary Advisory Committee : has been Instituted In this Court Saturda. March 30,\ 1919. the City of Washl ton D. C.. and
I\Btor., and Chap*!. SU AT*. February 'Bernard M. Baruch. Council of National against you by attachment and the UMll'eatleM .1> Klve .>.. that there la no 0 er person In this

day February 22.The Defence; Mary C. C. Bradford President ., writ levied upon th* following described Those and only those persons shall State the -service A subpoena uponny
Fie.
Kleslmmee. '
Junior Red Cross Is a branch National Education Association property In Oseeola County, Flor be permitted vote at, or participateIn whom would blnd of you and that
; ida: the management of said primary In hi. belief yo fthe said John McEI-
of the American Red Cross through Carrie Chapman Catt President of the tarn wo case' of music vpposed to con. election who are white electors who roy and Oeor{' lip Lrf-hker. are each

America Is National Suffrage Association and one Pathe Phonograph, 14 records declare their adherence to the principleand over the age a l\ years. ,
I. TILLER which every school in glv.a Woman's. Committee Council of National sheet music. organization of the "white man.." You andtoappear <. h of you are required
author: You are therefore commanded to appear In the of Klsslmmee who Court March T
the opportunity to carry on party city Infthls on 4
Defence P. P. United
Claxton.
; and defend against said actionmy are by the law of the city of KiasIm. 19IS to thjTblll of complaint herein
i Rcaltstatc I bed Red Cross work by forming a State Commissioner of Education; office In Kisslmmee, Florida 01 mae lawful electors. who have on or filed f

__ ;I ! Agency." School Auxiliary, upon the paymentof His Eminence Jamn Cardinal Gibbons Monday March 4th. 1S18, or judgment before February *0 118 paid their This orijfr shall be published In the

.. .. Archbishop of Maryland; Walter will. be rendered agalnatvyou' b: poll taxes for the years 11 and 117 KlsslmmnJ Valley Oaiette. a newspaper -..
tweDtr.ft..e cent membership fee default.) \ who have registered up f i and Including publ bed In Oseeola County. Klor-
: Realty b.ht and torcL ,'.'J.; each' pupil'enrolled'In!' the schoolor F. Gifford, Director of the Council Given,'under ,my .hand ,and seal Jan, March let, ISIS and who. pledge Ida nA week' for four Consecutive
for :fOr Defence Samuel Oompers. .' I." 1.18. "t.o ',' .. weeks
National' ; "-\f.'J.r! \ themaelves'tO abide by the result" of J oc,'-' "
Houses rented. by-a pledge of satisfactory service President American Federationof (Copy officialiWaEM.t11.tPOnTE said prlmany election and vote for the "WI 'JJSB: ""K hand and !the'seal of V

Taxei paid and'Title verified In Red Cross work. It Is the only Labor; Henry John Helnti, Chairman seal) Justice of. the I'o, eI I IMASTEft.s I election.nominees thereof at the. ensuing- city of the.1'/tA\A wiry\ Circuit A. D. Court 1918 this ''tilt day

for non-resident .... agency which Is approved by school Executive committee WorldSunday Q..llne
Fire. Life and Accident In- authorities to enlist the children ID School Association; HerbertC. SALE ;/ Those, and only those persons, shall .
. Hoover United.States Food Admin Be permitted to become candidates for !If Warlow, ,

sur nce. patriotic work during the war. All Utrator; Julia Lathrop.. Chief Chil Notice Is hereby given' thatunder offices to be voted for In said primary ,. Solo. for. Complainant. 7-4t
and by virtue of Final neree In
a I IChancery
elections who -
themselves In
pledge
Indemnity Bond... other organizations must work through dren's Bureau, United States Department In the case of 'AllcS> Wilder writing to abide by the result of aald -

the medium. of the Junior Red Cross I of Labor; Eva Perry Moore. joined by her husband J -W.. Wilder, primary election and support the It: fllKlIT COtRT. STATK OP j
I . . .0..000000. .. .....+ President National Council of Women complainants. V8 !Mary M<>Summers. nominees thereof; who are qualified "'LOR I 0... K> R\TH JUDICIAL
l: whose services have already been requested I ; Herbert Putnam. Librarian of ConTeI. The Waters & Carson Grocery Com under the laws of the State of Florida. CIRC I.:IT. OHCKOI.A rOIJ' T"'.
pany a corporation.: and J. B. Smith
by the United States Food I Frank E. Vanderllp Chairman and .city of Klsxlmmee to hold office. IV ClIAXBRt! -
...... ... . . .o. ... I ; defendants, pending Injtfthe C'lrcult ..1..1 OITIore te b. Filled
Administration and by the War Savings of War Savings Committee, United Court of the Seventh judicial circuit I Each elector the city of Klsslmmeequalified lewis

Stamp Committee of which State. Treasury; Frederick Walcott of the State of )lorlda/ln and for Os- to vote In said primary election ... V. FreeS testlelBSBt. -

Food Administration Mr Josiah Evans ceola County. In Cha. ery. the under.signed shall have the right to vote In Oraee .. .
.
; as Special Master In Chancer,, A. F. D. ,........
Frank A. la chairman
Vanderllp : said primaries for
W.GRIFFINU. Cowles, National President of they..df'r.UoD will sellat public .utcry, for cash In One candidate for It Till'fled by alfldavlt ppended
mayor.
The schools however! are not the of Woman'. Club.. hand to the hlg-frent bidder at the u One candidate for clerk to the that In FroaJfh. defend
cause Grace A.
_'- only units In which School Auxiliaries Dr. Philander ,P. Claxton, United front door of thaCourt' House In Kis Onecandidate for treasurer ant therein named Is a Nonresident ,
Staple and State Commissioner of Education.tated slmmee, Oseeola JCounty, Florida during One candidate for marshal and tax the state of of
Fancy formed Florida an/ls
may be The other educationalunits the legal hears of sale, on Monday collector. a resident
fa. that be had carefully Investlfcauni of New York City Ht-jJT of New
the 4th day QfMarch. A. D. 118 the York
which have been recognized Two candidates for members of City
as Ill
,. the program of the Junior Red following desjn-lbed property: Council for two each cure' of A. C. Kjfloga;, at No. SO
GROCERIES suitable centers In which to organize Cross and had decided that It was the Lot Three- (3) of Block Three (3> of r rLilly. Fl\e members years of executive committee Broad Street over, tfe age of twenty-
{ '. one years: It Is thjFefore ordered that
Addition to. the Town of Kisslmmee
Junior Red Cross work organization most fitted for one year said
are Agricultural practically to City. according to the .plat I Ithereof nonresident *fendant be and she
Clubs Boy Scouts Camp Fire enlist the Interest and activity of the filed and recorded In the ofllco, Each Time fee4usilfyiag !''a 'hereby p* iul| d' to appear to the
desiring to hate his
school children of America of the Clerk of the person bill of ,compln-fft. flled; In said cause
Into a systematized Circuit Court! of r .
< Free Delivery to all Parts Girls Night Schools, Sunday School Osreola County FloridaPurchaser name printed on Ute primary election on or before yionday, the 4th day of
program of practical patriot. ballot as R candidate for any city office March
A-IJ I
1+1 11, otherwise l the allegations
to for deed -
classes and. such authorized educational pay
of the file
City Ism. shall with the chairman of this of isfld bill
will be
Dated taken
January 2tth. A l> 1918Q a*
center as may be properly or State Advisory Commltt.... P. (OAIinRTT ommlttee.. on or before February 20 confessedf, \ said defendant. .
ISIS, his notice of
candidacy and applidation It Is ordered
fujfier
.... O ganized under the supervision of the State Advisory Committees to the Kntrtns Special Master In,' Chancery to have hi. name sn 'printed. be .publlHjri.d once a week that for this four order .4'
A RTisnu. coneeks -
local representatives of the Red Cross Junior Red Crows composed of men Hollt'ttorfor/ Complainant 7-5t ,ipnn a blank to be furnished bv thhalrman <, ...."ull'... In the Klsulmmee Val)1
.- and women prominent in educationalwork i_ of this committee and; ni hey U ,.tt.. a newspaper. published In it"
: LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNYAT.LAW Chapter. have already been 1\: ,'IHf'IIT'n'lltT.. MI'tIiPC' ompnnled by ho'amount of his OM"e"Mm"1. said 4 onLy and $tate. '
appointed In
The United States' Department of the five the .I./MIIUA. 'I. \'Flu' .II \)1( I ti, ns specified. below a nd! nulame Th January Hill' ). ,\ n I1)in
states of nf
Southern Division any such candidate shall h"l.rl"l..d ,
' J. I. OVEItSTHERT
(IfUIII O"4l-OIt: < 01 > I % .
A&rlculture.has offered to follows ; upon or countid or returned (C. ( /
already use as : 1"" t'lI'"< FRI t. li-aM Clerk Circuit Cour
Tennessee: S. W. SherrlH\ State 4 I IC printed upon any stub ballot unlesshl i: inns & 8rEnr>.
Waring B'lilding the Agricultural, Clubs for Junior Red Superintendent .. ,
__2. : of Edueution chairman I). f.. I".rr .', _. provision,: shall. have b..n com Soll/ltors for Complainant I yi< Cross work. Every child who Is enrolled ; ,.. IMIlll Wllll
A. A. Kincannon. School Superintendent Form of llnllot lTJ(I i-: OF IEt'Toh1e
In a School Auxiliary entitled "k "1\..... N. errv. lefsdsai.It FOR L7' AL.
of Memphis; W. E.: Miller School appearing njk affidavit Thevoting In said primary -election, .. li'H411441.LI.

tXlsA. THOMPSON to wear a fled Cross pin although not Superintendent of Knoxvllle; C II. > tin bill niid. TnVthe I al>ov HJ'.n.I..1to ..-Htntei| shall In be by tirstand, second choice bal I f-
lot. compliance with the .
; prnvfaloJ' .
OST' QPATH considered a regular member of the Winder School Superintendent of cause I hat William ...l''l'ry. Ill" dofindiint of the state primary Inws and the' ( oii.i'Jiiuiie'u

Chattanooga. 1h'.r..lnlul". I "f'.. n non'riHllent I- names of the candidates for acli offlc*- 4,: S,.(. uf FIodIiCJ.
Yowell-Duckworth IfliJ Phone Red Cross. of th. Statt' nf InVU a. and! Is II
494
v shaH\ be printed on the ballot In
Georgia: M. L. Drittaln! State Superintendent riBidcnt of HI'hlanl! StalWpf \\1I8h: alphabetical -
Conference at Washington. order : Pd Eutsi. of Isnaur KoehraoNot
.
ORLANDO, FU of Education chairman; iiKton over the HKI' nf Hkintt niu 4 nmAMH nf ItelurnM fc ,
A Conference of prominent educators I' II Bruce, School Superintendent of yeul'8. I It I IH thirifuie, nrdind t it t Maid The cnmmlttie .h 1mpet\ nt t

and por.iona, Interexted in the Macon; C n. Glbnon School Super ,inn-iiHldint, difiiift.ini: P In nn. jlie I IKuiiliv ni. .link .p. tn on the Cud ilny nf M I"'h.: .
"Ire In hereby
reiiulnd ti appear to thLl bill tf\en to all whom
Pa| Johnston O. P. aarrstt I work of the Junior Red Cross met intendent of Savannah; Chancellor .if <'om plaint$ filed In .nlrt atiiuu. '"u uA up I 191S h.. ,'it.or In tin rltJeumll Xtssitunuinul rhatnlii,,11110-1\<>' i It It,.i\, ""IIr."rn I, th.-iV")n the I 14 h day or
David C. narrow of the I May ' 191* will'
University of I to the
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW In Washington I). C.. January 7th ".flTI\ asH tI.p i t--turn*, In miriri, .in- lion:: i M Mu-p; Judge of apply said Court
Georgia Mrs. John .
; W. Hewlett State with thi iirimiiiv' ,lectltn, 'in.i.r 'lot"- '
IN Jlllllt' Of 1i .
and 8th. at the call of Dr. Henry N. President of the Parent-Teacher Association j Mi, .ind I ,il I. I I"t'. w )ijt" i .inillilitiH, hivi.lie. ''har"l ,. 'n** rM ' nte. 'of for our host dls."tijr
t MacCracken National Dlr..clor of tho ..n n.>I..III"I.r"\ i. **..n.10 ..ffi.... oti ,f I.il I a" in.tti I,: Kot'h'n.l..rf'r.the state decease ot
Office 10, 11 and 12 Citizen Bank I Bureau of Junior Membership( The Florida ''for. :"tint' tli; i 11011111"I in 'trul I HthlN .-u-u, tots' of ...I l t lint nt 10 sauna tim> ue will .
: W. N. Sheetn, State Superintendent ,,,,,, ', pr-
.,, .
Building 'u null I Ithln tu'ii il i:" % Its-"u-- HI nt nUl' 1\\ .il accounts as Hxi' 'cutors of
presiding officer was Dr. John H. of Education. chairman, JE aft i $h.t1I. "I ''I\' 'the mum' 'H of thencandldn H.il.l .'si1'ati and auk for approval
Klaslmmee. Fla. Flnley Commissioner of Educationfor Knight School Superintendent of ti i 11'I 1\ ,intTk tin. tiiiiti inat'Inn : ..I"o_ .." 6th. ,, hlj'r1 l Si ir

+- --- 1 I. the State of New York and Tampa; F A. Hathaway. School 8uperlntendent ; RHOLD for .innit/ i,. < tn th* iltaiMhnl\ itli CLARA'M"MUT'SON..
prominent among those In attendance of HlHMltnm... is tin Akionil, I in i-n nf thispalt I W :M. HUTSOV.VWFORD. : .
of Jacksonville
WTE & CO. ; Dr. A. )' fin .offl > H tn I I.e voted f"r nt 11-..> Executors
were Dr. Philander 1' C'laxton; A. Murphree President of the University Central. <'lei'tint) to lot liflil March 3)' v. .
pnlted States Commissioner of Education of Florida. ISIS r ttorne. for Executors l-rn-fr

the Red Cross Committee appointed North Carolina: J Y. Joyner State \...............
,
r by the National EducatIonAssocIation Superintendent For the purpose of drfraylnor the ex- AI>*flM 'rHATOlr ? ()TIUm
.of Education chair
BONES pensfs of Ihe primarv, lectlon. Including -
I
consisting of Dr. Flnley man; C. P. Harding School Superintendent the payment Inspectors and ._|. Court ef CaaBtr Jud* Stat. f'r:
as Chairman Mrs. Mary C. Bradford: of Charlotte; John J. Blair. RUBBER .COPPERTIRES clerks, printing of ballets: etc. the fol10wlnl"R".lim..nt..r Florida
President of the N. E. A. and State School Superintendent of Wilmington \ i ; levied against
: prospective candidates or the various IB re Estate efOseeola Gear Tatas.
/
Superintendent for Colorado. Processor Dr. Edwin K. Graham President of BRASS offices to be filled:

____ Marlon L. Brlttaln State Soerlntendent -) the University of North Carolina; TUBES LEAD .Mayor five dollarsvClerk sty
... ? of Georgia, Dr. Francis Mrs. Thomas W. LJngle De.an of five dollars ''N tire .It httirvytuen to.all whom

;:. Q. ... KRIBBa W. J. 3TB.D I 3. Blair State Superintendent of Women of ,the University of North ROPE: SCRAP IRON Marshal Treasurer and. five tax dollar collars ctor five It April.may'A opn. p ern.191*UjKt: I shall on th#apply 20th day to the of

KRIBBS &: STEED Illinois and Dr. Margaret McNaught,. Carolina. : dol. Honorable T. if Murphy Judge of said

! ATTORNEYS AT LAW Assistant Commissioner of Elementary South Carolina: J. E. Swearlngen. SEND IT JUS WE RthIT PROnmt Members. City CounciBspeetOL two dollar.. Court.final discharge aa. Jsftge a.of Administratrix Probate for mY of
Education of California and the
,
State Superintendent of Education Write the estai* of George. B. Tatman. deCeased .
" Legal business of all kinds lv War Savings Education Committee for PrkeKst The following Inspec r>r. and clerk '
( *> chairman; A. B Rhett, School Superintendent and that at the same time I
oj 1 prompt attention. appointed from the N. E. A.. consist-, of Charleston;. Frank Evans. /1,1vsu1.4qMET4lla s are hereby primary designatedaid electionInspectors : o conduct the will present to said,Court my final ..ccoutttS -
, ins: of Dr. Flnley as Chairman. Mrs. at Admnllatratrlx of said\ 1'.' -
School Superintendent of apartan- : H N Bra
E. Q Vans
Offlcea 11 and II State Bank Bid*. on. tate. and ask for their approvaL
Klaslmmee, Florida. Bradford, Professor F B Pearson burg; Dr. W. S. Currell President of 657 a.IlAY: JACllSOItVILUnA. Agnew J. E. Lupfer Dated October $Ui. A. D 1917
:: gtat t..e Superintendent of Ohio and the University of South Carolina Clerk; Edgar Kats I ALMA T.r"v MORRIS:''>I'. ,
T-Bt, W. C. BA 3, Chairman )(tt-. mo. ,mlIl.LI"a.trl* J


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TEN THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1'IS. .

.
Iajiroved I
Ir r . II II I Ie 10 10 ; Ie 10 I . 0 Ie 10 10. . 610 ; II 0 II .1O I ItI MONTHLY The following bills were examined,
PROCEEDINGS OFTHE and ordered paid: 4

Flavor 1'.rnest Mal. ('om"'(... __H__---I 8.00.
I Parity r>, OverMrpet Comr. .
Notes sOl K U H
$ Society Economy COUNTY COMMISSIONERS J. K Milliard Cruv----------- 10"1-
A. K. Unas, Comr __ ___.________
B. H flu)'. Comr. .. _____.______ 8200
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J. K. Ran. Janitor .oo_ BO.00
,.. E. E. Welh, Editor.) Kissimmee. Fla., Feb. 4, 1918. Notary bond of Miss Bessie F. John a Cadel, atty .for Iar._. 20.84,
Co. Ct. _. SB 00
T M. Mutphy Judirw
''I The Board of County Commission.ers Moaeley with John S. Cadel and J. W. U Crawford. I'mo. Atty...,-. 83.33 '
4 it made' all of the Valley Gazette lo tend items in and for Osceora County met at Z. Roberson as sureties was examined .t. 1* Ovi"l>.triM>t.. clli & auditor ,UII.OO ,
Request ,to patron u 10 a. m. on the above date, there be. and approved; also notary bond of I-. H. J'"cr.11'0' uf Jail ?.,,.-- 12.110 .
.f f Society Events lo the Editor for publication &to these colum*. iudl ing present Ernest Mach, chairman; Z. Bass, with U. S. )Fidelity & Guarantee II Hamt.Ml I EVHI MonlHdorn., lH-m maintenance.Agent ,.:. _. 10000 B,00U. ,

E I.. I). .ovl'r treet. J. K. IJilliard/ Co. as sureties. O Mvlntrnton, main .____ BOO
A. "'. Bass and B. H. Guy, commis- The board having asked for authority Mm M. Uroimun malnt ____n__ 600
; O.OIOIOIO'OIOI'IO'O'OIO'. .0101-0-1010".1' I 8-K-K-K-l-C-l- sioners; John S. Cadet attorney for to transfer 1500.00 of the Special Frank 'Evan, mnlnt _..'.______._____ J BOO.."0Mr I'
J.'H. \\rlicht. mnlnt. J
j + :;-; t I prominent Georgia families Mrs All shortening are short. Some the board and J. L. Overstreet; clerk. Publicity Fund to the General Fund M,'*" Jnnl Johns, mnlnt, ___..4 00
RED CROSS GOLF. TOUBNAAIENT i Lcdbettcr being a member of a very: The board was called to order by its for the purpose d f constructing dipping 13. n.Vool'n., malnt _______ &..00lit
1 AND TEA: I I of are. shorter. That means they are: vats in Osceola county, Commis- I''', 8. A. 1VIIa(1n. rnalnt. _..... 500
that\ state and
prominent family chairman and the minutes of the last .
main ..___. 4 00
liflln Cullliiicton .
E. L. D. el'8treet.made
+ richer. J sioner a motion -
--- .
+---- -- ------ -- Mr Ix-clbettcr being a' descendant of session read and _____
regular were ap H. Tlllln, mnlnt ___-_____ f 00Jnno
:
l Cross Col Drewry Lcdbotter' colonial Cottolene is a particularly proved. that each commissioner appoint t'lernents, audn' .___ .0"Mr '
neripRof 1--
The first of u -J3.t some one from his district who se duty J1m-n I'ndnvtt millnt. ... ,*.
:
fame lie of .the Mikler '' -
is manager shortening. It the hiehesf. The matter of appointment of an
tournaments was hWM .IL" t7T5CountryClub sets ______ .00H ,
be and deter maim
j it would to investigate lit 1''' A Simmons J
Saturday when Mrs. rrank lumber mills at Thonotosassa. He and sible standard for purity and ri, grrr. attorney for the ,board of 'commis' mine where dipping vats should be M. Mi-ciellnnil I mnlnt: _-____ *.00Mr
r Rhea made the highest seoreat approach his, charming, bride have thai best You one-third less of Cottolene sioners,was called to the attention of *: f* atahlea. "Ihalut __s.- 800
i and clock golf The set I wishes of all their numerous friends: use ttye I board, andaftcr some consldera- constructed in each commissionier's A. M. I.. I'Unum-ey, malnt. _____- B.OO ,, a
punt for lif Tarn than :you ordinarily. use 0( other district, and how many are neededin airs U. M. Young mnlnt _d___ 1ROO '
a very happy'marrled j,- too board and after some considers
for the occasion ,
loaned __
._
clock ___ 00Mm.
'ot. golf was each district, and make a report of Julia Jrrnlirnn, malnt. < "
by Mrs. Slater Reed. pa Tribune shortenings. The results aVe perfectly . Hilliard made a motion that. said ap M Hmlth. mnlnt ___.___.__ 500C. s
', The ladies taking in the tournament Mr. Ledbetter was for several years ''delicious. pointment be passed to the March their findings at the regular meetingof I.. Handy, cuinml8lonn __..'._ Zl,47W
:
\Mrs. Frank part Rhea, Mrs; a resident of Kissimmee and was con e/ I meeting:, which motion was secondedby the board March 4th. 1918; which U. Trl. Co., mraxiiKva for Co 4 1111
were: with RECIPE motion was seconded by Commissioner St.' Cloud Tribune, Jan. aubi. _. &0,,00
nected the lumber business.-
Commissioner A. F Bass and
J. Leaak Miss "Farrell Mrs. G. Watson car 5000ISerola r
Outrtte.
Kiss Valley nutin.
A. F. Bass and carried and the following
and his bride arrived in the .
Hamilton Mrs. city' Sat. clceningtewer; 000(
Mis* Kathleen Roll J ried.Mr. ( Hdw Co.
,
'Turner Mrs. Coy Livingston, Mrs.: urday to spend the week-end. with Clark Howell appeared before .committeemen ..were selected: Valley tlaavttv, l I.-('nl Adv :__,-. 4.68
S. H. Bullock; Miss relatives and friends here. 2 cupe paitry flour level tfbletpoofi tho board and stated that the ,water District No.1. C. S. Acree; DistrictNo. \%'.nnr Sawyer carbon and T.
Bummervillc Mrs. X teaspoon tail Cottwen turned his land from 2, E. L. Lesley; District No. 8, N',/ Klbbona _.c--------- ';V-W- 1840
that onto ,
Lorna Summepville Miss Isabel Ham was J. I>. E. D > -
4 Inel l teupooni 1 cup # A. D. .Story; District No. 4, -
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resmmyoubaking the ,
ditches roads
the along county Tel. Co., IVo.-Jan. rent ._ a 11.11:1Knuth..rn :
ilton.
the tournament an in- I VISITORS AT RESTRecent powder cart we hall milk was damaging his farm, and insisted Whaley and District No. 5, O, R.: Bass,' H.,& It Co. rub. stamps .7.13 '
Following served at \ .i>4 half cream. ) that they give 'him relief i whereupon it being the intention of the board to KUa Jo;. 'I* \V. Plant, llnht J"
formal afternoon tea was arrivals in Kissimmee visit one hundred dollars on each vat and water for ,Jan ___ St.o*
Sift / Ung
together flour. > powderand Commissioner H. made pay
1 I.ome. This Guy a mo olrtcerii'
Hamilton ..
attractive 1478
.
the Item. TV C to
was attended by those taking part in Ing the rest room and registering' arc: salt| rub in CottdUn* with finjertipi. tion that Mr. John S. Cadel, attorneyfor constructed and to see that for the I"V.. t'"n". <.,w. sup to T. A. .__.?- -2.'"'' ;".
and by ladies"n I who Mrs W. N. Horton, Tarboro, N. .C.; Add cream am mix with knife the board, take the matter up $1500.00 fifteen vats were built. J. 7. Itobrmon drug to paupers 9.USMfH.
;the tournament feature Miss Wilson Chilhcothe, Mo.; Mrs lo loft dough. RailInch, thick Cut with Mr. J. Hiatt and tee if he would Attorney John S. Cadel presenteda II. W, AHhton, ..."'tn... HO 815V.
for this
club
motored out to the T J. Wilson, Orlando; Mr. W. R. Me with biscuit cuttetf bnuh edges with certified of the bond of the \ I. Ragpns. guard ,..._.-,__ 4ft no
copy
allow the 'dig .
of the afternoon. Two dollars tifarker county'to a ,chtch linn Krown, guard .......-..--. .159
N. Miss milk and fold HOUM Rolli. Bank of St. Cloud -
Duffie C. First National
purham, Jeanette as
donated for the Red Cross Ct the ; through his lands to carry off the wa was ( Dewey, Rahway N. J.; Mr. LillianC. Pr... edcet topttaitr'; brush top of rolls ter, which motion was seconded by county depository, given by the Hartford IU. .Farmer", upt., road work 18800onoeolH
,. tea.The tournaments and teas will be Paunll. Buffalo, N. Y4; Mrs. KateS. with" milk. Bars on buttered sheet in A. K, Bass and carried.Mr. Accident and Indemnity Com- Hdw. Co., nup. to P. K. 480 ..
: Frankford, Philadelphia, Pa.; Miss hot oven fifteetf minutes .' A. E. Thomas beforethe pant; whereupon on motion of Com- J. :M. I-nwrmce, wltiiraa DenverHess _
regular Saturday events for some appeared case ___ _______. 17.80\
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time. Florence Fuss Uridesburg, Philadelphia board and stated that the Osee- misioner A. F. Bass, seconded by T. M. Murphy. Jud ge'jv. Ct. ____ 12.SO'
; Mrs. Mary S. Sample, Minne- Coflolene'm.Abtwal ola County Fair Association< had failed Commissioner E, L. D. Overstreet and J. H. Outlaw, wood to Ct. house '450V. \
ota; Mrs. C. H. Sample., Haines City; to make satisfactory carried by unanimous vote of the \ A C Uro. Co, .up. paupor. 15011 .H,
arrangementsvith ____
T Mrs. 'A. W. Young Vero Stella M. beard the clerk instructed to J. I* Hnrirrn\. sup pauper ,35
I MRS. I'AYNE SURPRISED !I ; SJtarfiaWf"a the railroad company for trans. was Hrmlnole Pharmacy medL pnuper 1128
F! Wood, Monticello, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. I portation to the fait ground duringfair write the bond company advising ..1.V. Thompson coffin to'Inuper, 800
3. Raw, Akron, Ohio; Ida M. Miller At grocers: in tins week and that they would have to them of the amount of' money in said T. H. l4um", ..,., care pauper uu 24.00
Mrs. Payne was very pleasantly Illinois; Mrs. J. A. Everett Indian. . of convenient sixes license autos that bank and that the board will holdthPnltespenMbleJoraaidromount.s lemma linker care pauper __u 20,110H..U"
county on
au rtaed.. Friday night when .a party- apolis; Mr. and Mrth-M. J. Runyan, pay a tit 't .P..1'jJ.. Jl aumw d,4waeasr'Ba.S i"r+r
.'Of.>; rJnends..cameJn.for. ; a .('JJ >e'OJ luVto1r&1l.l\I ..W ,, -,........ .,,,.. .._....... _, ',1.K : redisgfotratlaportatfon-: : : Upon motion of Commissioner ; A F'Itnaa. exr fare Illu"I'r.7:7.'oi5.01": '
? : A. 4i75
'--. ra. ,!!! k-twbod'Isye : asked the board if they would refund >. U. \\jnrm-r. has pri-m P. H.
rthe eveninf' honor of Her birthday. tona F. Bass, seconded by CommissionerB. State Hunk' of Klm Int. on loan S3.34
..-.:... Facts lind'needs of African tilt amount of licence paid by the
Informal conversation and musical staa H. Guy and carried by unanimousvote State Hank of KI..", hit,. on loon 20 00
t10I1.. Association; whereupon CommissionerJ. Paving I Co, ,mntetl.ilSlilnulo !
numbers bv Mrs. George White and '. AInl.unut
------- of the (board the bond of
trusteesin
} Bolengi Mrs. Stanford. K. Milliard made a motion that the reek road H '_ H.:. 132 34
Mrs. D.11: Hall were the diversionsfor : MUSIC FESTIVALA I board grant the request which motion Special Road and Bridge District A. I' .1., Hv., <':0., Cut on material
the evening, which wa. concluded + ----- + I b Lotumbe-Mrs. Story.C No.2. Osceola County, Florida, wnsfixed H (' fond -_- -.- .. ._ _ r nV '1'1
with dainty refreshments.The music festival wi1be\ held! in J\fonlekn-l\lrs. Gilbert.d was Recomled by Commissioner: E. L. at five thousand dollars each. \ I. llarlu-r. c-iirnn. for F.-b. __ 181.24
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Orlando with the 2Sth of The Ol'el/'on-l\frs. J. Smitii. I n. Over<-treet and, ci:ned. \\'. C guests were beginning The matter of calling an electionfor '.___
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Mr. Thomas ako, nuked the board : .1 I. ,1. IXUin. nlxiflKH ulllU-H 475
Mallory Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Eck- I'Vbiuury" and h18tin .throulCh the 3rd Consecration of young pl'ople-lIlrs. to allow the Afsoouition to decoratethe Special Road and Bridge District. If S MKif, 11\.1. HCHiirlmin'r* 1 1m'1 1
hart Mr. and Mrp. George White of March. Ruikhalter. in Commissioners District No.5 Os The Tax Ciilh-ctor'H report' iimiwpil.ifimuntH
Mr. and M""". II. M. Hall, Mrs. A. The soloists arc: Marie llappold of M. T. page 344-:Mrs. J. J. May for dcioratiom.Mr court house.. and illow. them $15 ceola county I Florida, wa taken, up tulli'cltit for, Ik.'".... JIM fol.Iowa' -

ROMe Mrs. George: Babcock' and MissClaire (Metropolitan, soprano, ; Jane M. T. page 345-NonChristianWorldMrs. W. A. McCool ,Fi., appeared before and the board having investigated; ,ilt.infill.. llnhitv, tin,00. and aut" IIpjim -
Hathaway., ( Cooper, contralto; Reed Miller tonor.Heitil Toiler.CATHOLIC. the board and imported that if and ascertained! that the petition filed, I.. |H: 'Mi. .
------ --- Scott, basso, of the MetiOpol-: with the hoard at a regular session! of The Tnx ( ..lIe..r." r. .p"rt. xh.n.. . '
the 1,0111"11 i i would i for the lumber! ,
plV[
-+ rOIl plla9'he
----- ( IT IHI nll.c.lcil
tHISTINGUISIIED, :! CLUB ttOM IN I- itan. that the citizens vnuUI. I do the work, i !said board! held I on the 7th day of I I'IH',> |It|tn.'e iipolt. Hlii>\\."il I ttii*
.\ HElm Mi-cui\ ) Elnidii violinist. Holy Redeemer Church I in repairing the !uither information may he obtained number of + I Filnu.irv 1..1. 1'ilS!
ipquisite to-nil
-- 1 Rev. W. B. Golden, lector. Motion: v i. made that teiui"t !- names : .
__ ___ 'I.I.OFlue
q.(iinial Iti-Vi
line"
by applying to Miss Ino/ Carson -
)
Sunday school 90::! ; :Mass lO'OO; I | lit- granted sad wa. seconded 25; per cent of the qualified! voter A. "rmfiltult> FIIIK) . __ l"7 J4Kuacl
D1rs. A. W. Young, viro-piesident who will be in charge. of the sale Epistle, I Thess. IVl-7.: Gospel; l by Comnm.>,loner A F. nI1nd car- who were freeholders, residing! in said l(: Ilililuc l-'und _ 47"il3Spctlnl
of the Florida Federation of Women'si of ticket hoic. district, Commissioner: B II. Guy I'uhllrlf}' 1'11'u 1 n.1 'I,
Transfiguration of Christ rt Th-bcr.Matt. ,
i, clubs for the fifth, of this division of I XVIIl-3.: '. ried.Km ma Baker came: before the board made a motion that an election be, .Hard. Suifu.-l It ind Tund ordered. "__. f,94x inni.plpd 94- '
Id
_. I'd were
the state, arrived from Vero Friday + --- : - --- --+ culled for the 15th of March A. unnantn
q Wtck-day' 11101'ninlservice throughout and, reported that .she had been caringfor cay | from; HIParluiiH fiiiidn nx rutin.WH.liinprnl .
d to. visit the local club women. She 1 COURTESIiSFU- : : OtlTOrTOWN I[ Lent at 7:30 a Colored woman: "Laura Glover" D 1918, -on l said petition, which mo I 1t..ouP Fond _- _1,4.17 K3Fltn
poke before the women of the cityut GUESTS 1(0"" the past! four c-oks and asked tion wns seconded by Commissioner! As FnrfeltunFund __ 4S970Unnd .
i _
after- +---------------- 4 and lltldvc' Fund 7"14! l
the patriotic rally Saturday ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL( CHURCH ,I them to allow\ her ontething for her A. F. Mass! and carried by unanimousvote Hard Kurfaiu Kond Fund-'_.__-_ 1.r.,10 4HHprrlnl
roon. Saturday evening an informal Severn'; pretty nodal courtesies trouble. After the hoard! made some of the board and it was so ordered Publicity Fund __ -_ COO oo
reception Was held at the Graystonehotel were shown Misses Sarah Fambro 2nd Sunday in Lent. inquiry regarding tire case Commissioner and the following persons selected There being no further business to
to enable the ladies to become and Mabel Williams of Atlanta who :Minister in charge L. H. Kirkby to and
J. K. Hilliard made a motion serve as inspectors come before the board motion for adjournment
personally acquainted with their distinguished h'itve'becn visiting' Mrs. J. M. Woodall PalS: ; a. m.. Sunday school. : that she be paid $20, (' fo. her trouble clerks for ,said election: was made and duly seconded a.
visitor. for the past ten days. 11 n. m., Morning rayer; address! by which motion was seconded by Commissioner Precinct No.6.( Whittier A. E. and the hoard 'adjourned to

Mrs. Young left Monday for St. lIh'// \Voodair. entertained a few Mr. I. A. Hamilton, subject: "Bar. 1!. II. ,Guy .ind carried.Mr. Bass. J, II. Baisden S. II. Fcrtic, inspectors meet in regular session on ,thc. 4th '
1 Cloud to continue' her tour ,of. this !guest ut cards during their stay; riers! Removed. C. S. Acres Came before the and R. V. Phillips, clerk. day of March, 1918.ERNEST. ,
koscc, J. 1\1. Dixon MACH, a

canl party on Monday night.and Miss subject: "Faith, Hope, Charity. Hill road was badly in", need of repair, J. B. Owen C. 11. Padgett inspectors Attest: Chairman.J. .
LEBETTEH.EDW Aims 't Lena" Lord invited a few friends lo welcome.Strangers and unattrchcd always and asked the board to see that the and F. :M. Edri clerk. L. OVERSTREET, Clerk.

.. meet them on Wednesday night for a work was done at lIce( ; he also! stat Mr. R. G. Reynolds presented! map
"tpt-nd the evening." Light refresh- LAYMEN'S MEETING ed that the dipping vats: to be built and profile of road, beginning at a

A simple but very impressive wedding ments were served. i by' the county slioulo l lo built as soon point common to sections 1 and 2 on FOOD CONSERVATION

took placo yesterday morning at Come out to the men's ml'etlnlnext a1 was possible.Mr. east range-line township 31 south .
10 o'clock at the home of the bride's Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Tot Johnston anpeared; before range 34 eact, thence west :3 I miles and
parents at Lake Thonotosassa, when I +, VISITORS ENJOY RECEPTION 1 Methodist S. S. rooms. Brother Dowd- the board and stated that other counties 42l>!) feet to Apoxee siding on the F. RULES FOR FLORIDA

Miss Mario Louise Edwards the I ing will conduct the meeting and a were assisting in the building E. C. Ry.
daughter pf Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ed- One of the pleasantest events of the good time will .be enjoyed by all present vats and that Oaceol.i county should Commissioner B. H. Guy made a ,
wards became the bride of Mr. J. C. season was the regular reception to These meetings re.soul-reviv assist as much as possible the con motion that *the, clerk be instructed ...
edbetter. The ceremony was performed winter visitors 'Tuesday 1 night'' at;.the ing and beneficial.jaAllmen; , boys struction '< of II vats'!JlQ 1MthaMi;i' theltick; advertise! for ,bids to be received i Here are the latest official orders iJ

by Rev. T. J. Nixon, ''pastor Hart Memorial:" , I': :pf&q<el8;, { cordialyjtinvitedte! >_b!'presentPRESBYTERIAN1CHURCH! .' mightibelentirelylerJcltcatcd i iMWAlig by'',, board i March ,,4th, 1918,"'_ for;the I fog;; food conservation! in Florida.,, They, .'.: I'
of the Tampa' Heights '',Presbyterian ,),>',These,: evenings!lare,largely attended J :land MrflGtfMHYounarBPa mel before i i the clearing<(and |grading!of.rightllaway! are fj Braxton|Beacham.i federal I
r' church of this. city." '" ,' : ""'{ \V.A.',*',",.*" > 9' byS the strangers!who 5 anticipatewith !?! : ; board land stated pthathePhadf; | I been on j$|road $from F eastern: boundary* of I food 4 from administrator! for*.Florida7'anJ'
,
the informal entertain county to Apoxee, which motion wasseconded
pleasure
A number of the friends and relatives unable to earn support for his family -
which Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Preaching by Commissioner' F. Bass they superoede: all prevjous rules in
of the bride and groom were ments are arranged for their and asked them to pay him $5.00 y
at 11 a. m. and 7:15 'm., by the I
present at the wedding, which was diversion. in the morning p. "The drag the roads with. his tractor en- and carried, and it was so ordered. conflict therewith. If you are o patriotic
Subject :
pastor.
solemnized amid a profusion of palms, Misses Margaret Stanford, Cor- I Curse of Meroz at night the 96th tion of Commissioner A: F. Bass seconded The board instructed the clerk to American you will observe
,
j ferns and vases of cut flowers. The nelia Lancaster and Katherine'Tillerwere Psalm. by Commissioner B. II: Guy draw the following warrants: Alabama them
Ceremony-was performed in the large among those taking part on the and carried, request was granted. Paving Co., for material on :
parlor which had been transformedinto program and so charmingly did they CHRISTIAN CHURCH Messrs. C. F. Johnson C. W. Ward, Shingle Creek,-road, $132.34; A. C. L. Monday as wheatless day,
a veritable bower for the bridal render their readings that encore af- Pat Johnston and H. E. Swabey came Rv. Co.. freight paid on pipe for Tuesday as meatless day, co
party. Just before the approach of ter encore was requested. The young 10:00: /)=" Sunday school. before the board and asked them to Shingle Creek road. $135.99; A. F, Wednesday as wheatless day,

the wedding party Miss Willie Duane entertainers generously responded to 3:30: p. m.-Junior C. E. send an exhibit to the State Fair at Bass for car fare to county pauperto Saturday porklrsa day .
j Thomas sang sweetly "I Love the applause and gave several selections 6:15: p. m.-Y. P. S. C E. Jacksonville, the Fair Association Soldiers' Home $15.00; W. & C. as

You Truly," her accompaniment being which were especialy requested.C. 11:00: a. m.-Greater works. by dis- having agreed to furnish free space; Gro. Co., for groceries to county pauper and
artistically played by Miss Grace ciples. and after discussing the matter with $15.00; J. L. Hargraves$6.35 for One meatless meal each day of the

Lee. At the conclusion of this song W. B. M. 7:00: p. m.-Cost of being a sinner.W. the committee, the board assured groceries to Mrs. Julia Jeffers; Seminole week."

the wedding march was played and Meeting March 1 at the home of H. Coleman, Pastor. ,them that they would be glad to send Pharmacy, medicine to county The following explanation accompanied '
Miss Nell Lee and Miss Sallie Led- Mrs. P. C. Gilbert. an exhibit, but in view of the fact paupers $11.25; J. W. Thompson for the order:
better approached. They preceded the Topis "Our Mission work in Africa"led METHODIST CHURCH that 1500.00 the f special publicityfund coffin to county pauper, $6.00; R. G. "On wheatless days and In wheat-

'bride and groom. by Mrs; Coleman. Preaching Sunday at 11 a. m. and had been transferred to the genera Reynolds survey of Apoxee road, less meals use no crackers pastry,
The bride was gowned in a beautiful Song. 7:15: m. by the pastor. Morning fund for the purpose of constructing $61.65; T.. II. Summers care of county macaroni, breakfast food or other cereal -.
) coat suit of grey cloth, with hat Prayer by leader.: subject p.: "The Sower." Evening subject dipping v.ils in Osceola pauper, 24.00; D. G. Wagner, containing wheat flour in any r
and gloves of harmonizing shade's.' Bible study-John 3:16: ; Matt. 28: : "Men as Sheep county, it would I IKJ impossible to mium of Insurance policy P. pre-I form except the small amount that4
Her flowers were a corsage ,bouquet 18-20 Mrs. Aultman. .Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Junior make an exhibit thin year and upona $4.75; State Bank- of Kissimmee may be needed to thicken soups or
of sweet peas. Immediately after the Sketch-)F. C. M. S. Work in Af- League at 2 p. m., with sermonetteby motion of Comm llfillioer A. F. Bass, terest on loan warrant No. 8497, gravies, or for a binder in corn bread
ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Ledbetter left rica-Mrs. Rivers.Sketch the pastor. Senior League 6:30: seconded by Commmiiorior' J. K. Ifil- $33.34 and on loan warrant No. 8499 and ,other cereal breads. If you

for a motor trip of some length,down -C. W. B. M Work in Af- p. m. Prayermeeting1 Wednesday liard, and carried, the board declinedto $20.00. bake at home, use other cereals than
tthe west coast, and on their return :aMrs.. M.\ S. Mav. nightwill be in charge of our visit- 'proceedth the exhibit ':Mr. A. G. Herndon presented the wheat. If you buy bread, be sure to
'will make their home at Lake Thono- Our new responsibilities and pans f ors. Mr. McCoy, leader. A cordial The matter of making certain repairs following bills for work on special buy WAR BREAD.
'tos ssa. This wedding united two for Africa-Miss Emma Yowell. welcome to nil. J. I). Sibert, pastor. on the county road. was called road and bridge district No. 1, which "Meatless means without any cattle
I tj the attention of the board and Mr. were approved by the board: A. W. hog or sheep products. On other
'---- -- - - -- -- - --- -- -- R G. Reynolds bein,; present stated Farr for inspection of roads, $38.45: ; days use mutton and lamb in preference -

that the board might he able to make Alabama Paving Co., for material on to beef or pork.
contract with Mr. G. W. Hopkins[ to road $020083: ; A. C. L. Ry Co. freighton "Porkless means without pork, bacon -

bb. drug the roads with his tractor engine material S. R. & B. Dist. NI). 1, ham, lard or pork products. fresh. -
and road machine. $2340.52. or preserved." j

_ ._ Mr. A. G Corn-w31l]!, representing -

It -..I Is a. Pleasure the Peninsular Company Engmeeiing appeared| and before Contracting rfl9yd's I

Always the hoard and asked. them to authorize -
the chairman of I the board to sign

the contract for work on the road in Cash Grocery
Special'; Road and Bridge District No.
2' he also asked them to pay for work
done on the road every 30 days and

tw'r forour icers to give you full information how to use the facilities not to retain the 10 per cent as stipulated and
in contract a* Ine would need Market

''" of this Bank ,a manner to most satisfactorily serve your interests. said amount to purchase material for
the work. Mr. John S. Cndcl advised w

V, the board/ that it would be all right I
.There U. no t transaction where money plays 'a part but what our fur them to authorize the chairman to burMffio:
contract providing the State
sign '
S i service can be utilized.Suicl the progressive, wanl-lo-get-ahead, individual Road Department did not object; QUALITY /RICE-SERVICE I
whereupon Commissioner E. L. D.
4 uses it. Overstreet made a motion that the WE SELL THE VERY BE f QUALITY GOODS AT THE VERY
X chairman be instructed to sign contract -
l which motion was seconded by LOWEST POSSIBLj PRICE AND DELIVER IT TO YOU
2
e We will; be pleased to have yoif do so. Commissioner A. F. Bass and carried, 1
$ PROMQn.Y ANYWHERE IN THE CITY
and it was so ordered.

east e The. board' took recess until 1:30 GIVE US A TRIAL .'

p./m./
The board re-convened at 1:30: p. m,
a full board being present:
CITIZENS B NK The clerk presented and read ft

R letter from Mr. A. E. Drought statIng
4T ntlllllFTHCllCI, ., that he as well as others objected i I, Our Meat Market is always supplied

OF KISSIMMEE ( to payment of'the fee to Mr. Cadel

. for services in in S.putting R. & B.validation Dist. No.proceedings 2- wit / the best that can be secured. 'f :.

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through, which letter was.ordered filed
with proceedings of the board. '!;

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