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: March 1, 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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Volume ID: VID00844
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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, MACH BROS' GARAGE SCENE Thrift Stamp Drive WAR SAVINGS AND THRIFT




.. OF DESTRUCTIVE FIRE EARLY STAMPS ARE STRONGLY :'

'While KiMinune ha been actively engaged in many phases of

service and has established 'enviable record the Thrift
. ;patriotic an ,

LAST WEDNESDAY MORNING Stamp, or Liberty Bond movement has not received the attention the ENDORSED BY LEADING MEN

; .j. importance of the increment deiervetL; fact Kiuimmee i. lagging ,
. behind in these loans and a concerted effort of the,people here will be .

necessary to "go over:, the top" with our portion of the county's quota. -

, This quota has been placed at something like $260,000, and up to Next week will be observed in.,I\ls-: always honest or decent and not infrequently
.' Terhaps the most destructive fire '.. date very few loans hare been made.D. simmee and the Surrounding' countryas hideously immoral. Alt
: of the city occurred ,"Thrift Week" this is aside from our duty to our
in. the history Stamp when
I' in NEW TRANSFER, GO. G. Wagner was appointed county chairman for this movement a special country in this'greatest hour of peril,
night resulting a drive will be made.
-Tuesday prop' and has asked Dr. W. B. Witherspoon to serve u local chairman of to secure a when everyone is called upon 'for the

1 erty loss of nearly $30,000 when they CHARTER this district. Messrs. C. E..Yowell, H. C. Staaford,'W. B. Harris, A. S. ,general Up to this support time the of-this stamps war have measure.been last ounce of his strength, service ",'
block to ASKS FOR
substantial brick belonging and but for the
Nelson, J. M. WiOson, Jr. and W. L. Poulk answered the call for a ,sold to the business men largely, who building sacrifice after! the more when lessons up-.
located at the corner war .its
Brothers
Wach ---,- meeting of the committee at Mr. Wagner's office Tuesday morning have appreciated the fact that Joans are made apparent
of Broadway and Dakin avenue, was when made bring the work before the and ,made to the government, even in as F. S. Gilbert .and'Fred Bass
In this week's Gazette .is publishedthe plans were to public to fife small were<<
amounts 25
as cents not only
totallydemolished.The
notice of to the far possible insight to the nature of the loans. standing together at the Gilbert store
application governor every one as as an as help towards winning the war but area .
lower floor. of the blocl 'ls used .when approached on the! subject and
the To further.this speakers appointed to short talks safe investment.The .
i for letters patent for organization plan were give on were unanimous their opinion that
s and in addition to the
'J as a garage automobiles> !; of company to be' known as the subject.,, Dr. W. B. Witherspoon will speak 'at, the' Friday night, views of business men,' crc always it was a movement that should be.s p.
loss of the building seven of interest in fact the
4 and three trucks are twisted masses the Stevens Auto Transfef Company concert, Supt. Yowell will speak at the moving pictures Saturday night, citizen depends largely' upon average their ported. Mr. Gilbert said "It's a good

; 'of wreckage; two new Cole Eight j which will be incorporated for $10- and D. G. Wagner will explain the measure at the concert. Sunday opinions as to tho soundness of Investments thing from without financial a doubt and speaking
cars are greatly damaged and nearly afternoon and with, this fr.ct-in minda a standpoint IIhouldapPt'al

'a score more are more or less 000.The officers ot the will It the those i in representative of the Gazette interviewed safe to investment.people-of limited Mr. Bass means asa
r scorched.The company is opinion of charge that an educational campaignis number of Kiasimmee's re
a
work room contained fully i Mr.: Otis Stevens president; J. E. all that is needed to bring about the enthusiastic support this city men taking them indiscriminately as marked "Anything". to. help beat the
Browns vice-president, and W. J. Germans suits
$3,000 in tools and machinery. Theseare Steed secretarytreasurer.The has given every other war measure that ,the government has asked. they were met on the streets. ,With; me. '
totally ruined. Above on the sec.N out one dissenting .voico they recommended -/ Mayor Cader expressed his Opinion , :
will,, from With this in mind next week will be. designated as. "Thrift, Stamp ,. ,of th Joan .tna; .rtleSl-" *' *
company operate !
....., -oncl; ,fipor, a stock of ..new..wagoQa..xa1.1I : e''wiD '" thes"Hoait i''thou; gh;"Hhr"f olr! t pr 'aywn: <
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' ,,,,'t i 'tied at $4000 "waa' stored: These Ifcerc KlOImmeG'Xunninglzteen; ICassen.ger :.: -'Weekn'"when' it 'iiyboped"that'ererj'citizeo"in Jdl n lend ons expressed for doing so covered a purchased the 'second United States
burned to ashes bus two round trips daily between Uncle Sam at least $.25 and aid in carrying 'on the war. In return wide range. War Savings Certificate issued here.

Emil Mach occupies a room in thebuilding' .Orlando and Lakeland, connectingwith for.this quarter the lender will receive a stamp and a folder in which Prosecuting Attorney W. B. Craw Referring to the loans he said: "Ev
but was in Moore Haven on the auto bus lines at those points ford suggested a systematic plan of erybody should buy the stamps
business. All his personal effects and completing the cross country line. to place it. This folder contains spaces for sixteen stamps which maybe buying and urged every one who could whether they feel they can afford it

were destroyed.Just This line will be put in operation as purchased at any time convenient to the lender but preferably as possibly do so to place a folder for or not. I bought a certificate out
how the fire originated is a soon as the Kissimmee-Loughman soon as possible may then be presented at the, Post Office with the stamps in his post office box and buy right and every man on the committee
mystery which may never be solved. j hard-surfaced road is,completed.The additional sum 'of fourteen cents if it is completed during March and a Thrift Stamp every day when mail is just as able to buy one as I am. At
At one o'clock a car was run into the company expects ,to e1ttendlts'operation for War was taken from the box. "The Thrift this national crisis everyone should
garage and every thing was as it I and run from, here to Melbourne exchanged a Savings Stamp. Stamps are a better investment than buy 'all the stamps'he ean- afford and.
should! have been. Several people are I and connect with the "Sunset No purchaser is giving the money. It is loaned to the government the Liberty Bonds" he said "and 11 then double, the amount. '

. said to have passed the building about I Trail" when the hard road is laid to and the Saving Stamps may be-cashed, with the interest due, at any would prefer them. The War SavingsStamps "There Is no question but that we
that time and say there was no sign that point. This will establish a continuous the bear a good rate of interestand should buy the Thrift Stamps," Mr.
time desires ten notice. The
owner by giving days' stamps cost
....r- of conflagration. At fifteen minutes auto bus line across the state can be cashed at any post office; Woodbeck said when interrogated on
past one an explosion was heard and I both from east to west, and from $4.14 if purchased in March and are worth S5.00 at maturity. that i.. with accrued any time the the subject -We would be helping to
' who in five, interesti I ; win the war and saving' something' at
the night man at the garage, I north to south. years.When owner may believe everyone
was sitting out in front sprang up to The company will carry passengers a lender receives: the first War Saving Stamp be is furnished should buy them. the same time. It certainly should
find the work room and the stable I baggage and express. with a United States,War Saving Certificate on which'to put the stamp. City Treasurer J. 2.: Roberson has appeal to those who can put" aside
room farther back, one mass of the honor of owning the first War money in small amounts only.
flames. This condition is said to have I This will hold twenty stamps and if purchased: during March will coat Savings Certificate issued at Kissimmee. B. E.-Evans county demonstration ...

been substantiated by several of the GOV. HANLEY TO SPEAK AT $82.60. At maturity, or in five years; it will be worth $100.00. The When /asked his views on the agent said: "The War Saving Stampsare

Tear-by neighbors who were' awakened BAPTIST CHURCH MCH. 10 Certificate, like the Saving Stamps, may be cashed at any time with loans'.he' said, "I thought enough of certainly as good' an investment as
by the explosion. I I, ten days' notice. the loan to buy a full certificate. It I the Liberty Bonds and IUI' the stamps
The fire department did everything' Former Governor J. Frank Hanleyof cost me $82.40 and will be worth $100at are sold in small denominations the
possible 'to save the building; crowds Indiana will speak! in Kissimmce It costs nothing to register the certificates at the Post Office, and maturity. I expect to bun more." plan is .well within. the reach of Chil-

gathered like magic and an almost March 10 at 8 p. m. under the aus with this record established they may be cashed even in event the Dr. C. Li Hyatt, who was tho next dren "find small Investors./
superhuman effort was made to take pices of the Flying Squadron Foundation certificates were lost. victim approached, said: "It'r. splendid Senator C. A. Carson, president of
i, the contents toe place of safety, but : Messrs. Yowell investment especially far childrenand the State Bank, emphatically approves -
Harris Wilson and Nelson named
were a com* of the loans and 'referring to
the flames swept the garage room and small investors. It's decidedly >>
burned the cars before they could be Governor Hanley was the executive mittee to visit the business men asking their support in selling Thrift the best proposition the governmenthas the stamps said: "For an encourage

run out. America chairman in of their the nation-wide Flying Squadronof Stamps, and although they will be obliged to buy the stamps outrightand made yet. In case one;; finds him. ment of economy and saving I do not

It was thought for some time that for National Prohibition and campaign he- sell them practically every merchant in the city will do his bit self unable to carry tho War Savings ,, know its equal. Everyone ought to
the residence C. B. Elam the Save and when they can do and at
occupied by Stamps or Certificates they so
is now at the head of the along this fine and will place the sale in his store. may
Flying stamps on
the time aid the in
&nd family on one side;; and the Park be cashed at .any /post office ith tendays' same government
hotel on the other would both burst Squadron' Fundation. as that campaign The committee in charge of tile Thrift Stamp sale will leave no notice. I expect to start a se- its emergency''they should do so."

into flames but the, fire' laddies kept after having closed at Atlantic City, June than 6, stone unturned in bringing the subject before the public and will get rice for my boy and think every onewho Undertaker Thompson expressedhis <
a constant cooling stream of waterplaying appeared in. more edition of the Kissimmee can possibly do so should begin views in no uncertain terms saying -
J 2(>0 cities visiting everv state in the out an extra: Valley Gazette next week, to be
"It surely is grand' investmentand
the roofs till the the a
danger 25
on buying cent
was passed. But before the flames Union and traveling more than 5,000 Called the Thrift Stamp Edition. W. B. Harris will' be assisted by Dr. johnny Schmidt the stamps.popular phar a movement we all should sup-

..4 r had spent their fury the brick block miles. The people of this city are Witherspoon and D. G. Wagner in this work. macist at the Koberson drug' store, port. We must maintain the war and
'was: completely gutted and nothing very opportunity fortunate pf indeed to have the Weekly meetings of the full committee will be held at the officeof where the interview took 'place; ex- everything helps. I see no reason for
hearing of the
remained of business but one claimed "Gee. that's all I be- thinking it is not as good and as safeas
a prosperous greatest, orators and most enthusiastic J. M. Wilson, Jr., on Tuesday evenings for a general conference right
the Liberty Bonds and it is all
), portions of warped brick walls blackened lieve I'll buy some. ,
, workers in this and to the of the .
temperance note
? with smoke and dripping with country progress campaign. Judge G. F. Kribbs voiced the, sentiments for. the same purpose." . .
1'J'watert:1', '!''f \: "I .1' of a true patriot in his reply' S. B' Aultman 'said there was'-'no>>
In t fan\ninterview'with':; .;Ernest Machhellstatedithataverydllittledinaurance ',; Governor Hanley-is] one of I,the fewmen to.the inquiry, ,what do you think of ,,question that it, was a. good Invest-
}! who laid aside political ambitions -. the Thrifty, ?.:. He.-saidli) L d'1(j i ment and a movement which should be
was! lrarried,1not7overi$(>,000which to j fight the 9 greatest' evil jj that 3 con-t thereis f no'f other j merit!!in\Hhe|plan generally]supported.+/ In reply]to the
would not cover the cost rebuilding.: fronts'f the'/American"W people*' today, LOUGHMAN ROAD WILL BE the idea of thrift that is saving not question as to whether the county'sfull
However, Mr. Mach said they would "the American saloon. grasping, is sufficient to commend It quota would be raised, he replied:
clear away the wreckage immediately The meeting to be held in the First to every .thoughtful person looking to "There is no doubt a great many men:
and rebuild and restock as rapidlyas Baptist church is open to the public, the welfare of his fellow citizens. The here are situated as I am and have
possible. and admission is free. A very large lack of industry, frugality and thrift put all the money they had into potato .
Below is a list of the owners. of attendance is anticipated by the committee OPEN FOR TRAFFIC SUNDAY in 'homely words, laying' aside some- raising', which after all-is another
these cars: in charge. thing for a rainy day has caused phase of patriotic service and an Important -

The Alabama Paving Co, two more evil than intemperance or war-, one. The government urged
trucks and one roadster. The Citrus Exchange at Kissimmee -- not in blood and violence but in the us to grow more food and the businessman

Dan O'Berry one Ford car. | is preparing to handle the heavy cropsof The Dixie Highway through Reedy erence to the official road so no steady sapping of the moral fiber of and farmer alike are answering I
Henry Partin Buick six. potatoes that i.re being raised creek swamp will be open' to travel hardships will be experienced by au- families and individuals. The familyor the call with acre after acre of pota
Rull Bass Ford car.I. there. By putting in power machinery next Sunday when the Shingle creek toists. individual that lives up to the Income toes. This requires cash at present
A. Payton, Overland. they can grade and pack the potatoes detour will'no longer be the terror of This stretch of road from Kissimmee always finds that income a little. and for some weeks to come this
. Owner not known Maxwell. at much less expense than can the people of this section and the to the Polk county line near short and this deficit is generally movement and other good measures.
Mach Brothers; two Cole cars and ,be done by indiViduals.-Sanford Herald traveling public in general. The bit Loughman ig famous throughout the sought to be met by some means nIt, (Continued on Page 4.)
one' International truck of road through the swamp was finished state as the "missing link" in the ,.. " ..
on Thursday of last week butt Central Dixie Highway. Its nearly ;
'" e contract states that roads must impassable condition for rapid travel !
be closed from seven to ten days af has given rise to much unfavorable GOV. CATTS AND PARTY :

[LUPFERS & PRA THEn PLANT ter completion to allow the cementto advertising of Qsceola county and has' .
thoroughly| harden, and the full done much to discourage the hundreds' '
time limit will be observed.It of tourists who are touring Florida in
has been the dream of this section their cars, from visiting Kissimmeeand
for years, to have a hardsurfaceroad the surrounding points. It is ENTERTAINED AT LUNCHEON
BIG ACREAGE OF POTATOESWith through the countv connectingwith with deep satisfaction that the state
similar roads of the adjoining road department the county commissioners
counties and:this vision is practically here and every well wisher of --
realized. While the road is a long this section view this opening of the '
way from completion and may take road. One of the most felicitous ;vents I The governor was taken on a tour
food conservation and greater Messrs. Lupfer and Prather are months longer before the brick is L connected with the county fair just' of inspectioh of the grounds and was
food, production holding the center of believers in the use of machineryand laid, no more long detours will be 'necessary closed and the crowning event of the later asked to address the people in
the all the Kis- five days' celebration was the visit. the grand stand. lie was introduced
stage over country every process of potato cultureup and from now on till the CITY PRIMARY WILL
simmee and the nearby sections are to date has been done by machine city of Kissimmee is readied' a very of theernor of Florida, the Honorable by Senator C. A. Carson with a few
making the first serious attempt at with the exception of the preparationof good road can be maintained, by the ] Sidney J. Catts, accompaniedby appropriate words.
farming. It is technically correct to the seed which was cut by hand side of the highway while construction L' BE HELD TOMORROW Mrs. CClts, Major and Mrs. Mack He spoke for more than an hour,
say Kissimmee for the business men through force of necessity. There is going on. ey of Tampa .Maj.- 'ForesLLake of using patriotism as exemplified in the
there are taking a foremost place in were few seed cutters here at the time A detour near Campbell Station Sanford and Col. Lewis O'Bryan of life of George Washington as his
the ranks. of the agricultural army they were needed'and they were not will be necessary for perhaps a mile this city. theme. He made not the slightest
here. available.] The first steps in growing but the road is in better condition .The White Man's primary' to nom The party arrived at 1 o'clock Sat- reference to politics but closed his
S. L. Lupfer and his son, J. Earle these crops were taken last summer than the regular highway and Resi- inate candidates to fill the various urday afternoon and was met at the talk'with an inspiring peroration in
Lupfer, both connected with the Os- when the l land was cultivated and dent Engineer Heamdon states that city offices will be held tomorrow, depot by a large delegation of rep- which he called on everyone to rally
ceola Hardware company, and Holmes planted to velvet beans And cowpeas. he is daily using that route in. prefXITIUTE Saturday, at the Graystone Casino. I resentative citizens. The Kissimmee round the flag' of pur nation and.when
Prather ot the Lu & Prather garage early in November the entire growthof land in full uniform was playing] its those who w'ere asked to go should go
are aiding Uncle Sam in the vegetation turned under and The only office for which there is gayest tunes as the train came to a while those who stayed behind must
wag -:-:-:_"-:-:-: :-:-: -:-:-:_: :+:-:-' no contest is that of city clerk J. R. for-
problem of feeding our troops in the the land thoroughly disced and left I j I stop and the eager neople pressed make a sacrifice of love and service.
trenches by starting out with an initial i- for perhaps a couple of months till .. Gilbert the present encurrtCJtnt being I ward to meet their chief executive || He referred to a recent incident at
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FOR
FARMERS: "
crop of 07 acres pf "spuds." This the vegetation was thoroughly de <. the only aspirant for that office. i and the other members of the distinguished Tampa when a father had appeared
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w will be followed with 67 acres of corn, composed. Then the rows were laid 1 < In the race for the mayoralty', J. S. party. I I I before the exemption board to plead
-t.The State Bank of Kissimmee 4
fine corn that will rear its tasseled off 38 to42 inches apart with a middle Cadel, the present encumbent, is opposed I The automobiles parked in a row for the exemption of his son, and said
4 is in receipt of the follow telegram < I
: !. stalks up into the Florida sunshine; buster. Where the land was heavy .5* which will be < by Judge G. F. Knl>bs. I almost along the were soon "This is no time to get your sons out,
corn that will drink in the dashing the rows were made closer together. <. for those, farmers who good have news their > A. M. Story i iiJ a candidate for city Tilled and were whirled away to the ', it would be a stain no their young
rain or dripping dew with every slen- A fertilizer distributor dropped a ton < orders in for share of the nitrate < treasurer. to succeed J. Z. Roberson, fair grounds where an elaborate lunchI I manhood to get them out.; Now is the
der blade; corn that will send its of fertilizer to the acre and a riding <- allotted to a Osceola <. and Drew /'vey U asking for nomi eon was awaiting the visitors. This time to urge them forward till theygo
strong roots down into the earth and disc made up the hills covering the .,. county: <- nation as marshal and tax collectorto was served by the King's Daughters'class I over the top."

suck up the life-giving substance fertilizer inside the hills. This was 4 Washington D. C.,. Feb. 27. succeed Geo. W. Overstreet. of the Jftethodist church, in the The governor was cheered to the
there till roots, tassels and blades left for ten days or two weeks to 4 State Bank of,Kiasimmec Kis-' Co Two members of the city council to open air cafeteria at the grounds. echo and it was evidently with regret
in the that matures The tables were laid for the visiting that the audience heard him his
all\ crystallize ear season. The planter opened up the 4 simmee, Fla. *I succeed Roma Thomas and Howell bring 1
and ripens and is made into a substance hills, dropped the seed, covered them ooQo List of allotments of nitrate *I Bass are to be elected this year. Mr. arty and nearly fifty of the'gover- address to a close.
commonly called corn meal and made up the hills all in one op- 4 to. farmers mailed *, Bass declined to enter the race for ncr's friends in Kissimmee. The The party witnessed a few of the
but -in reality is the embodiment of eration. 4 today; you Allotments rcounty in most re-election, but Mr. Thomas is a' candidate littering cut glass the dainty china races on the speedway and then left
southern sunshine and rain with the The you the sparkling silver and exquisite cut for the club where Red
potatoes are already showing ooQo cases identical wjth quantity ap4 as are also Geo. M. Taylor andJ. country a
strength of the earth itself a veritable a splendid stand and when they are ooQo plied for. You are authorized J. Griffin making it a three-cor flowers in tall graceful baskets all Cross golf tournament was in prog--
food for. the gods. All{ this will well up a riding disc will be used to ooQo to deposits from farmers. 4 nered race for the two vacancies. added a distinctive charm to the ress. Later they'were entertainedat
Just the the accept unique luncheon. Even tM menus the Hamilton home where the
/come later. now potato keep grass :from between the ooQo Final time limit for receiving deposits *
plants are just pushing their way rows and to build up the hills. With ooQo March 9th. Earlier deposits were in harmony with the occasion Misses Hamilton were serving tea for
Sixteen "PAY ME"Dorothy and ornamented with flags. The the benefit of the Red with
through the ground. acres the proper machinery and two mules ooQo will facilitate were Cross
R of this crop has been planted on genuine one man can raise fifty acres of potatoes 4 ments. Please early ship-with 4 Phillips, Ido! of millions, band re-ridered a pleasing program Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan' as their hostess.
land at Kissimmee Park Mr. J. E. co-operate throughout' the dinner hour. The The and Mrs. Catta, Ma
I muck Lupfer estimated in in in a great western drama as ruggedas governor governor J.
27 acres at Marydia, about a mile east an interview with a representative of to county facts.agent giving publicity 4 the Rockies. A picture of lawless and his lady were loud in their I Mackey and his wife, Col. Lewis O'
of the city limits here, and the remainder this paper.When 4 BRAND ooQo passion at flood-tide-of love spring- praise of the cuisine and said the Bryan and Maj. Forest Lake motored
just in the edge of the city on asked, as to .the .probable 4 4 ing up like. lily out of the ashes-of Kissimmee women were masters of I. to Sanford in the evening to 'be the

'the Davis place. (Continued on Page Four) .. . .. . .* .. . retribution. Casino, Friday, March 8. the culinary art. ,I dinner guests of Mrs. Forest Lake. .


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'," I What the Naval 1 Reserve Force of the 7th I KeepingYoursdfWell I ': 1-Ai CAREfU'u.V:\. MEATS WE sat' 1,


LUCKY STRiKECIGAREYTE Naval. DistrictOffers, to Men Who Enroll Now' ; That Lingering Cold I C. ',ANt' RELifiiooscrINSPECT ', .


: I is a steady drain on your

1 Cash pay ranging from $3:>>.90 to .$83.00 per month, according to I physical stamina. It impoverishes
t rating SP Qlluhx
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the blood, v i
2 Hoard, lodging, ,clotlfing allowance and medical attendance In I I
distresses the digestion '
enjoy this real l 'J addition to pay. Considering the present coat of thing, these;' allowances I and exhausts ,
.1 YOU'LL arc equivalent to about $45.00 per month. I your vigor.
cigarette 1fS' :3. In addition tCI| the' above men" with families are given "family' It affords a fertile fieldfor THE INSPECTION:' OF MEATS

of flavor allowance in cash as follows: For a wife, $15 per month; fora serious infection and ia '
full just as good
conducted at this market is of a
likely to become
wife and one child $25; for a wife and two children; $32.50: ; and chronic r

as a pipe.. for each additional child (above:two) $5. most rigid character. No point of

1 4 Further cash allowances under certain: ':conditions, for dependent" You Needn't Sufferfrom quality ,'is overlooked. We handle

IT'S TOASTED""" father, brother, sister and other near relatives. it if'you will take Peruna only first grade meats and care for

J 5 Government life insurance, if"desired. Is furnished at about one- insures the'
and use prudence in,avoiding them in a way that
third the usual, premium rules, in amounta up to $10,000. Premiums
1 exposure. Peruna clears health and happiness of those who
The Burley tobacco "is up !
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are payable monthly-at the follow big.rates per $1.000 of insurance

toasted makes the taste : At the age of 21, 65 cents per month;'at age 30, 69c per -catarrhal conditions. Thousands favor us with their !custom
; have proved this
month;,at"age of 40. Sic per month. This insurance also protects lo any .
... delicious. You know how against disability either partial or total. fair person. Get a box of the -

: 6 :No IOMB of pay or allowances on account of sickness or injury (unless tablets today-prove It, your-
toasting improves the flavor .
the result of misconduct) and no .l loss of pay during absence Many City Market
the
of bread. And it's the with leave.' form.

7 Opportunities for instruction and experience in many line of work, are
same with tobacco exactly. .
which will be .of benefit'after returning' to civil life.i '

8 Excellent opportunities for especially capable men with good education 0' .
.
guu.rarauiu Awdy with DEADLY POISONS
'1't to qualify for commissioned ranks, as many have already

a done since the beginning of the present war.
Th CONTACT
I 9 Service under the most desirable and healthful conditions, with a rlr., ow.ItJoC.I.H..IO .
KIILS PATS MICC AND COPHfPS
minimum of hardships, even in time of war. Whether ashore or

i afloat, men in the, Navy always have a comfortable place to sleep 'TOKSAU if .

f' and plenty of good, wholesome food \ a(1T1.1NOlter CENTRAL DRUG STORE

*. Bwt.n. .., 'r' 10 Men of tluI I District Reserve Force.are trained at Key Went where tatratlo Id hereby given Ihnt the It''I-\. Kiuimmee. Fla.AVnenivor' .
,L.,. .""..'i i4'.. ategarM .J IHiI lhiudteae.eomf; erl.blisgaarter.mwilheelvelri."ilahtslaar.enashg9taier . .., It.. '!Imi.ka; :-of, Onccola 4i&-.fo\L-4C"'j/4I""'County..,Iw+fst will \ .
r Pvs' "nfiuHtfiJ.HolI. "r"'M'K .h'" ator... on il Neecrro..t..T al + "
.
i i i1 baths and other conveniences and a good .int'It" Tree moylnlrpletul't' Mondl: )'. March 4Ih and each week day. Take Orovo'..
band concerts, athletic t'vt'nts.and. other form* of clean from 000: .. In, tu 12:.oo m.. and from
2:no p. m, to 6:111): p. m., to and including The Old Standard Grore'c Tasteless
n amusements are provided and every privilege consistent with the Monday, May 61h, ItU." Any quallHrd chill Tonic i. equally, valuable M a
I requirements of discipline and duty la granted. elector trxlatrntlon whose books name'"is not now. on th. General Tonic because it contain. the
may reirUler The
well known tonic
looks In the properties of QUININEand
For further Information apply to other preclnrtc of Oiceola
county will open Monday March 4th IRON. It act on the Liver, Drives
DISTRICT ENROLLING OFFICER. and close, Monday, April 1st out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
I K. U.. KATZ BuUda up the Whole System 60 cent.
Y SEVENTH NAVAI/blSTRICT, 11-St Supervisor of 1t..JllItrath'n.

Or to KEY WEST,', FLA. "Lick stamp to' lick the Reiser.", Visiting cards printed by the Val
... ley Gazette Job Department.
10I Section Commander, City Hall Tampa Fla.

Stction'Commander'Fair' Building, Miami, Fla.
,
Section Commander, Post Office Bldg. St. Augustine, Fla."'
'I NEW WINDLE COODTOTME LAST DROP
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CHM. WAGNER ORGANIZINGCO. HOTEL MflXWELLHOUSE


I INTO W. S. COMMITTEES Jacksonville, Florida

o au In21iGC[ et -- Complete Modern Screened.
Outside Room. In
Kissimmee Fla., Feb. 20. Anyone can become an agent by laying heart of COFFEE
Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette: in a small stock of Thrift Stampsand City. Convenient to everything
As a matter of local interest I am disposing of them as opportunity Send for booklet
/rsxr..at ftI pleased to submit the following statement wjflordal Manly (traveling men are I
for the furtherance of more general doing their "bit" in this way. It is Windle II. Smith, Prop. flSK YOUR CROCCP ,
) knowledge and welfare of the i. becoming popular throughout the
National War Savings and Thrift country to give Thrift Stamp as tips, ...

I + Stamp campaign. and in various other ways use them to OO U 0 0 HH 0 U 0 pOU ua HMo-0<-fr4-o...fl-e-o froooocc- ; .
The Osceola county organization: an advantage. There is no limit to
now consists of six districts as follows the adaptability along these lines.
Stout Lumber Co. : They can be used in homes as presents
Kissimmee-Dr. W. B. Wither- instead of some \iseles article Wanted :
uoocssons TO NAY-.TOUT LV".." 00. spoon, chairman; Hon. C. ,A. Carson, and children should be encouraged to
DEALERS IN B. E. Evans, C. E. Yowell, R. M. Evans apply their pennies in the purchaseof
W. B. Crawford, A. S. Nelson, Thrift Stamps and thus soon be To buy steers one old and Price : :
; Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber. Novelty j L., Poulk J. M, Willson, Jr., W.- B. able to accumulate enough to exchange year up.
Harris II. C. Stanford J. S. Cadel. for one or more of the $5.00 according to age and size.. Will pay 'spot
11 Works in Connection. St. Cloud-Rev. H. 11.. Bowen, chair Savings. Stamps, which bear interestat g
man; C. F. Johnson; S. W. Porter, J. 4 per cent. cash. '
It Is on pleasure to>> girt you estimate at all tune*. J. Johnston S. J. Triplett, Frank Ken- The formation of War Savings So- '
.
I Coorteon '. ney, R. G. Thomas. cieties ill i 'su gested. Already I have I.-'II\.t/'BASS.'PHILLI, ; ,ra. '
Attention and Prompt Delivery. : .
u , .
: ,1
NarcoosseeIW.." Hill chairman heard of three who have ". | "
; persons > , I'/.h({ >J\ ::1'h''I' : : 'I \ 't" !!" > !Ji 1... f "
Phone 21 Fla. C. E. Denig others to be added.. pledged to purchase $1000.00 worthof \}"
; A''F.; r (
:" Kisimmee, ; Bast: Bajer;1 Ki..immet A: St Clod IA 'SO-tf 4na. I
,', ,- : Kisslmmee/Park-RJlR.BHamilton/: ;; stamps during the year and a number -.... ... .....:.. r -.av...?ruas... ._.....,"'\"",'.."" > ::t.:.& aty,,'., i, ,.'
0*.*0. > ...>.4Osceola<.o to.6oooooooooo ooooooooo.oooooooooo. others to be added; """ 1 "'""\'rKenansville 'who have'purchased to'the'valueof ,0-aHa- OO H--OoO" -94e8 <-94< CKMW -M0 I. ,,})
-B. F. Roe, chairman; $100.00 or more. The "Two-Bita-
sari others to be added. I I a-Day" club is all, right-become a
Lokosee-Not yet organized: but member and boost it along. Let everybody a 00 a HM-O' I' 'H"e0"W ot'
will be as soon as pOS8i ?le. become interested in thin
Up to this time about $5000.00 work; the opportunity is ample and
tt Hardware Co. worth of stamps have been sold in the need urgent. ]
this county. We are behind in our Advertisers can assist by using '
allottmcnt of $260,000.00 for the year some of their apace to a referenceto , Tax Notice
and more activity on the part of the War Savings Stump! and in this!!
committeemen is necessary if we expect way every man, woman nad child
i Located on Kissimmee'sBUSIEST to make a creditable showing in will soon understand Exactly whatW. .

CORNER this great work in behalf of our gov- S. S. .means.
ernment. D. G. WAGNER,
The National comVhittce is urgingthe Chairman.

appointment. of selling agents.. Osceola. Co. War Savings Com. I KISSIMMEE, FLA, Feb. 4, 1918 .

I. oar large stock of HARDWARE we are carrying

ST, LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET. ST. CLOUD LEADS COUNTY
Notice is that the
hereby given
WOODEN WAREas SPECIAL REPORT. IN SALE OF W. S. STAMPS
'
-
National stk; Yards, Illinois, Kissimmee, Fla., Feb. 26, 1918. I tax books of Osceola County
follows- February 19, 1918. Mr. D. G. Wagner Chairman, Kissim

Potato Maskers, Stirring Spoon, Kraut Cutters, Butter Mold mee, Fla. I II

Pastry Board, Kneading Bowls, and for a lady who wishes to TODAY'S RECEIPTS 300.: Cattle 5000; Dear Thrift Sjr:stamps The sale'Bold of by War the Savingsand differ- t for the collection of the 1917 .
Hogs 18.000; Sheep
,
discipline her husband, we can furnish excellent Rolling Pin. ent post offices comprising your dis

II .. trict are as follows: I taxes will close{ promptly on
I CATTLE: Today's trade on a firm, War Saving Stamps:
steady basis compared with yesterday -
In our December) 1917 ------$1148.64
... x
with prices in general around January 1918 ____uu_ 2097.08 April first. All taxes not paid
$1.00 cwt. higher than those in
per
Furniture February to date n____ 1470.28Total
DepartmentWe force ten days ago.QUOTATIONS .

: Good to choice __ __ ______$530(500: ( by that date will be subject to !
have a fine stock of Breneman Duplex Window Shade*. Theyare steers $10 to $11; medium to good. Thrift Stamps: .n t

opaque, green outside, and snowy-white intide.. Investigate $9 to $10; com/non to medium $8.50to December) 1917 ____n__$ 50.7)1;
before you buy. $9; -gooil to choice stockers and .January 1918 ____n_ _?._ 59.25 f all costs. :
feeder $8.25 to $9.25: ; medium to February to date ______ 15975.; I +r
good $725 to $R.25; fat cows $8.25 to

All milals need polishing.' We carry several kinds of Polish for $9.25! ; medium $7/75/ to $8.25; cutters Total _._ ____ __$ 179.75; ) C. L. BANDY R Rf
Gold, Silver, Nickle, Brat etc.. ,, that will keep them spick and $7.2, to $7.75:;; l'aljl1l'l'S1.75< to $7.25; Total War and Thrift u Stamps. : -

span and as good as new. yearling $7 to $7.25; }Heretics and. sold to date ___________$5185.75 Tax Collector of Osceola f
+ light bulls $7..0 to $8.25.:;' A County "
follows
The sales At each office is as
HUGS< : Under heavy receipts the
i "Woodman spare that tree." but if you arc going to cut it down market opened rather weak and lOc St t. 'loud: War & Thrift $2917.82 t I I0.0)0

anyhow let us sell you a Kelly Axe, to do it with. They are tlvs: lower than jevtcrday's I lost time, withan .' l1.2:1! :J
Narcoossee ? ..:..:K:"X..:-*:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:":'.:-:":":":":--:- : .
early top of $lIi.II< ;>, but Itter n 10.25 *: :-:'*:*: .X'X: :":";" ":":--:":":":":":":":":':":--:-
best in the world. i I )Peer Park
little more strength was shown on the Kissimmee Park" 924:!
--- best hogs and u top of $17 \vim re- KiSKimmee ,. 21p9.2t:! I................ . ...... .....;.. ..
Once more we urge all to buy Thrift Stamp It is a duty and coidvd iconic grades: however were

besides it will' help to knock the helm out of Wilhelm. neglected: especially for pigs. owing $5185: .75Respectfully. '
to 1lal.k of eastern orders, The bulk i ColdStorage for Fresh Meats
Instead of spending our money in travel let us stick at home, and .
of the goal I fat hogs with weight sold I L
I stick a sticky Thrift Stamp where it Will do the most good. from $1G.0(! to $17; rough hogs from I W. POULK.

$(5.75 to $I lC( ; mixed hops K>0 Ibs up : Eggs Vegetables Etc.
KISSIMMEE MAN DOING HIS DUTY
$IC.50 to $li.70( ( ; 125: to 150; lb. pigs ,
GASHUM & SUSETTE $14.75 to $15.50; 110 to 120 Ib. pigs '
$13.75 to $1.J.50, and lighter pigs $10 "For two years I suffered agonizing STORAGE RATES ON MEATS:

Gashum and Susette went to the Fair last week and rode the to $l$.25. pains in my stomach belching up
on ,
Quarter of Beef Vie Ib. Meat left in
SHEEP: Receipts continue of a sour and bitter fluids and gas. Tongue Storage and
elephant. Susette got frightened and: exclaimed in terror:. 0:' nominal character, in fact, not enoughto always coated. Doctors were unableto Whole Hog ___.____,__Vstelb. cut a* used Ie lb.
Gashum, how will we get down from the elephant! "Don't be create'any great stimulus to the help me. The first dose or: Mayr'aWonderful I t

" silly," said he, "we can't get down from the elephant. ; \ff get down trade. However, the available receipts Remedy made me feel l 100 I Curing Pork ready for smoking, 1 l-2c. per pound,
have met with a vigorous de- per cent better, and I am now feeling
from a goose!I" better than at time in my life. Curing and Smoking, 2c pound.
mand, and the market is on a firm, ac-. any per
Watch. this space next week for more about Gashum and tive basis.NATIONAL. I deem it my duty to advise other suf-
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION ferers. .It is a simpe! harmless
Susette. COMPANY.The preparation) that removes the catarrhal Bring us your hogs the day they are killed. We will do
mucus from the intestinal tract .
Osceola county commissionershave and allays the inflammation which the rest
let the contract for a 'hard road causes practically all stomach, liver
Drive OutMaUrla.BuIld*Up System To Cure a Cold In One Day. from Kissimmee through St. Cloud to and intestinal ailments, including ap.
,I The Old ecaadud.....".1 strenrtbeala& took, Take LAZATITH BROMO QolnliM. II Mop Ute the revard county line, which will pendicitis. One done will convince you i KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE II
/Ifs" ,oaovs' TAa EL88B cbl11 TONIC.drl..outf.I Couch and Iie.d.cb, and work o . : refunded. For by .
) a.etJI'iCh .Us.blood..Dd (' .,. Vtuggimi* refund money U It fail lo cnr even aU to i Melbourne. or money
? ......, tnte For..s..I&.iboudildsv 6Qo B, W. 4iOVB-8 -Ifaitu T oa'each bos. Joe. Sanford Herald: / Roberson. druggist. ....OOII..OOO .oo .. o..o'o..o..o..I.' _
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1918 THREE .

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."o"c OFFICIAL ORDERS' RELATINGTO .


.J Calomel Today! Sick Tomorrow! POULTRY AND EGGS Three Generations Testify'


I I. Guarantee' Dodson's Liver Tone Official order( by Braxton Beaeham--,-No"dealer or broker handling eggs: , to the Efficacy of,- " ., .

Federal Food ''Administrator, Florida, In the state of Florida shall on and
after March 4th, 1918, ship sell or CALDWELL'S '
I.; February 21, 191B.AH offer for sale, in the state of Florida, DR.. ; . .
'I. Don take nasty, dangerous calomel when bilious poultry stored before February in containers or' cases, any eggs.which '
1, 1917, must be moved out of cold have been preserved in cold storagefor : Pepsin' ., .'
Constipated, headachy. Listen to met storage'before: March I, 1918 heretofore a period of 21 days or more, unless Syrup:
directed, but ,no action will be such cases or containers bear in .
d initiated against holders of such poultry bold and distinct display the words The Perfect Laxative .
I I if sold before March 1, 1918, to di" "Cold Storage" No retail. dealer in "
Calomel salivates! It's mercury. your liver and straighten you: up reef, distributors to consuming trade, eggs: shall on and after March 4th, '
'Calomel nets like dynamite on a better and quicker than nasty calomel and held in the name of such distributors 1918, sell or offer for sale in less than in maintaining the family health. A .
sluggish'liverhen calomel comes and without making you tick, for a period not exceeding. thirty original packages or in cartons, any ,
,,into contact with sour bile it crashes you just go back and get your money. days from March 1, 1918,for actual cold storage eggs as specified above, combination of simple laxative herbs,
where unless each and
all shall bearin
consumption. cases every egg
into itcausing cramping and nausea. If.you take calomel today you ]l be. dealers have not moved poultry in accordance bold and legible imprint the'words with pepsin free from opiates and narcotic
If you feel bilious, headachy con: sick and'nau eated tomorrow; besides ;: with this ruling because of "Cold Storage." No dealer will be ,
ftipatod and all knocked out, just go ,' it,may salivate.you, while if inability to-secure trensportatlon facilities allowed to make combinations of drugs, rand pleasant to the taste, it acts
to your druggist and get a bottle of you- take Dodson's Liver Tone you and 'have evidence of -,these "Cold Storage" eggs and strictly
Dodson's Liver Tone for a few cents will wake up feeling great, full .of facts application! for limited shouldbe extension fresh wholesale eggs for retail.any sales, whether easily and naturallyrestoring normal reg-
of time March 1st, or
which is a harmless Vegetable sub* ambition and ready for work or made direct beyond to Enforcement Division Braxton Beacham, Federal Food ularity. First prescribed by Dr. Caldwellmore
ctitute for dangerous calomel. ,Takea play. It is harmless, pleasant and United States Food Administration Administrator, Florida, February
spoonful 'and if it doesll't start safe la give to children; 1.helliko it Washington C. 21, 1918. than twenty-five years ago,it is,today

the indispensable family remedy in countless -
- MORE FOR,HIS:MONEY "COV. CATTS DAY" AT '

C.: A.: CARSON. Pre.id.nt.. N. C, BRYAN, Secretary.The Without question the Thomas Advertising OSCEOLA COUNTY FAIR .l homes throughout, :United States. "
: Service does more"to bring .
l Florida and her wealth of opportunities It was "Governor Catts'. J>ayV at II
Waters & Carson before, other. sections of the"Unit the Osceola County Fair at Kissim, Sold in Drug,Stores-50 c/s. and$1.00
ed States-than any one other institu- mee'yesterday'- and quite a large

tion. The men Who advertisers compose thisagency of crowd attended the races, visited the A trial l bottle\ 'can be obtained, free of charge, by writing to
not merely
,
are Johnny J 'Jones shows and heard, the
lands and opportunities for the com governor speak. A feature of the day Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 457 'Wa hinetori; St., l\Iontk-eUu.l1Iinoia
Grocery Company.JrVbpJeia'lejitxd missions they receive from their was a luncheon tendered the governor
: agency; they aro also investors, and his staff, served by the ladies of .
growers, workers, and delve into the the Methodist"church who did themselves -
work with and for the things they ad- proud. Those attending the "
I ... vertise. They bel.ieye. in themselves, luncheon from Orlando; were Messrs.S. . .
' ; : J_... ._ _, .,.... ,.. Retail Dulen. ; : in ,Florida and'in! the glorious futureof !; S.. Gtiffin; J, 1cAngr. n. E., ..MagUlre -
., ) : ..
- "" ": '"mw. *93 *!u. tljetiieaeSf-fVttaaHaXK-! mVi lit m-t* .+ aao: 4" :!'C--r.-w_ ,theiBtafust :I'trI.'*/'''""'"V;;;;ft?<-ftreit3irIn {' i WjE! ,. mWeii.W.: :-.:. Story-Tor' :Aa l !l 3Pleanl t x: : z.
placing' advertisements their Winter Garden, and W. M. Glenn. Mr.J. .
GROCERIES clients, they use the papers; which H. Wendler a judge of the poultry STa''teB ilK
have proven'good advertising mediums exhibit was also present, as was Roy
by producing results. The Even- Starbird. The luncheon was an elaborate -
ing Leader has received most liberal affair, and the Kissimmee committee -'
patronage from them and now has showed the visitors '
every: pos- of Kissimmee
several large contracts to execute. sible courtesy. The governor s address ,
0444444440 .0. . 4400 . 0040 0 . . Notice the hip: advertisement page at :3 o'clock was heard by sev
0 4 4 today urging ,-ou to "provide eral hundred. He made a strong; plea
0 WE SELL: 0 0 WE BUY apiiinst/ future .fuel shortages by arranging -,. for prohibition and praised George The of the worldare
e 0 1 : for a Florida home that can .-Orlando. SentJmel. eyes
HAY u l*& made self-supporting"
0 0 0 HIDES This is good sensible advice and the MEMORY
4 GRAIN e 0 Thomas Advertising Service places
FURS this before the public in an attractive (By Berton Braley in on the man who
p' 4
0 FERTILIZERS manner. We feel that through the Florida Metropolis) .
0 0 WOOL Thomas agency the advertiser can I remember, I rememberThe
0 SHINGLES. 4 pet more for his money than in any days that used to be
4 O, AND other way-that is, if it Is publicityhe When'porterhouse was eighteen cents
0 ORANGE BOXES c- desires. And soup bones given free;
ALL The main offices of the Thomas Advertising When milk was five cents by the quart
;
a ORANGE WRAPS. 000. : Service are in th Hew And butter twenty-four SAVESPAUSE
0 4 4 COUNTRY National Bank, Buolding. Jacksonville, And bacon.flfteen cents a pound
0 VEGETABLE CRATES 4 and a branch office is,maintained inTampa.Leader In those brave. days of. yore,
4 PRODUCE : Tarpon Springs,
0 CRATE NAILS 4 Fla., Feb. 18.CARD. I remember, I remember
o 4 When one could hire a maid
004 004404040440, 400 400 0 . 4.0 . THANKS For! three or four-or five a'week
I wish to thank all the friends whoso And when she came she stayed.
We tell field and garden seeds of all kindi. lovingly ministered, to my wife But now they are a haughty clan for a moment man
Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping pirtit during: her illness and death and- for Who cost you eight or nine, young ,
Who come to at ten o'clock
Free delivery city limits. 'Phone No. '12. their beautiful act of kindness floral offerings.and Their And then at you noon-resign. give a thought to self. The
We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ark us for circular and Drier every is expressionof
sympathy deeply appreciated.
f.rtiliz.ra. W. T. VAIL. I remember, 'remember problems that confront' you now, or
When gentle working men
Would come whene'er you asked themto will a few years hence. _
'
I But now burst, although your pipes are Look about you-die men of affairs in comtrj, state, ..alioae. -

And troubles leave you vexed ., in tht world are the men who started to MT early in life.

W. H. ARNOLD ALAN J. MacDONOUGH You cannot get a bit of help
OFFICE GROUND FLOOR Until week after next. They hart the re.pedull eoafidtnce of the comjaaniry.

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CITIZENS BANK.BUILDING I -remember, I rememberOh Then look on tho other rid*-at the fellows who spend aH thty .
.j ;' '" If"'. ( why must visions fade)' make hart for while bat
; 't'; -they may n food tint* a what dos. thk
t
; Phone 312 ''
.
f' '
: vr When there sold all
to
I" was
sugar .
\11 '>\-t\\ ;l', ,, t'1I: )t' personality rsltct? .
?
And coal men sought trade,
,
your
,, / ,
:{ 1" ,'. 0. B.i 413 ; "
1" "1;(.." , ,. ,. ., .':\ But now the times are altered'f'? ;,',',., :, s" bank I',. '
+ A doBar t.. i In tkU will b tH".1,1.
r
"" .1. .',\ !iJ, I And there is little joy >'T TIn *'' "' -' \. '. or M depol : ;
thinking of how cheap things were nncleu of an honorable, independent. 'caner.
When I was but a boy! Make ,.... beginning now- 4a7. You bankbook .

will paTO tho way. "
orvfc: "SYBTJP OF FIGS"TO
Arnold & CONSTIPATED CHILD Capital stock _I. 160000.00

Resources over__._._._ 900,000.00

Delicious "Fruit Laxative" cant harm Officers and Directors:
tender little Stomach Llvae ,
and Bowel C. A. CARSON President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY. V-P.
.
ROMA THOMAS, Cashier
Look at the tongue, mother I I
MacDonough coated, your little one's stomach, live; N, C. BRYAN, N. B. CARSON, M. KATZ,
and, bowels need cleansing at; once I C. A. CARSON H. FLEMING E. L. LESLEY,
When peevish, cross, listless, doean'i J. WADE TUCKER Directors.
sloop, eat.or act naturally, or la fever '
1 Ish, stomach sour breath bad; liu. sort
throat, diarrhoea, full of cold give t
teaspoonful of "California Syrup o. O.toooooooooo.'ooooooooo oooooooooo.'oooo.o ooo.oo.
Figs," and in a few hours all the foul
constipated waste undigested, food and
REAL ESTATE sour bile'gently moves out of its little
bowels without griping, and you have a
well, playful child again. Ask your ,
druggist for a- bottle of "California :H
Syrup of Figs," which contains full I WLI.COMj

and direction for grown-ups.for babies, children of all ages


HAVE THE The Kissimmee Valley Gazette last
LAND size
WE you want-any week issued a sixteen-page fair edi
tion. The Osceola County Fair is in
Farm from 5 640 with progress in Kissimmee this week andis
to acres or more- or no doubt a fine, demonstration of BRYAN CYCLE CO.
the county's development in agriculture -
without land the and other lines. There was a '
adapted to growingof
orange groves
time when the cattle industry was all .
the the people of that section knewor
CASTOR BEANS Truck Farms Chicken Farms thought about. But times have o
changed and Osceola county is today
taking her place* as one of the best

Cattle ranches, Hog raising, general farming, Potato agricultural its progress sections'of is being ably the assisted state, and by : HUDSON AND

the Valley Gazette. Manatee River
and Cabbage land, or virgin soil. Journal. ADLAKEBICYCLES

Engraved Calling Cards and Wed

We have a number of bargains in city prop- ding Invitations, Engraved and Embossed

Stationery can be secured at I '

erty that you wouldn't resist. the Gazette office. Let us show you .
our samples and prices. tf .

Call on us to show you. ''It costs you nothing i Y: .

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to let us prove that we have the land you are look- Ste--thatPalQ : t I'1. and Bicycle Supplies


ing for---in the place liken at prices \ from Hete'ae Quick h..nile'aaat y .
you 'you pain of Rheum., "10
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.. 52i V 6 r.lnaand5tr.fna.v .
11I0 Deed t4 cablTetefr. /
can, pay. Repairing a Specialty

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FOUR THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE., FRIDAY. MARCH 1, 1918 j .____ __ ___ __ __.n_ _
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tl'I $4 o; fI'" i'i'i.i

'\ what otht>rc think of this cheap fish ,1-:,," r'\'n\r \ %U l'ilt., .

KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE miyket idea. : ELOQUENT SERMONS I ; 'Department"1" I.It'l'l",, , "

I 1 am strongly opposed to: the sein- Cloud '
St. l ha t I llUUIV- .J
I of this lake and didn't sijrn that :Null.'H: ll<'t' 'I I
intt
: !> ) .' of April.
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will I I
fr I'ubllfthed Every Friday commission to "AT BAPTIST CHURCH (lU-rclyiM.I) i '
( petition to Jhe shellfish : Ml ft'. II PI'\'KT"l l"" v.T.i()r of
0.... I. Valley to...... llulldlss:. .\ I n I
l ullow it to be done, but if it is done, be *' 1..1" ..f 1.1.. I era.1''at cOt '
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KlmtlHBiee FI.r''' : 8 AUT IIth '
thi
I all the of county
,,then should have a people chance to get' some of : Dew has been; preaching elot j jqurnt NEWS: AND..NOTES OF TilE "W tNli CITY"I 'I iircorpIrtttIliM HhNJo"U ('4 l5ll'AN' ui.d..r .. folInoorix.rnlloni '
W. B. 11AIIH1S ..d E. OwarrsTelephone the benefits. JAMES MILES, MANAGER i n c(n'y; (I f \\"h"rh h"s' ',
.. >o. 11fiutiscrlptlos A TAX PAYER. Baptist church this! week to rapidly 1 'I. or been ni-<< In then"lc... of thr rt.TfetaiV. , .' '
growing' congregations ( ------- ,il State fur the State'; nf Mwrltla.OTI8
I The Abilene Daily Reporter says of STKVK.XS .
) HatesiOn his services in that 3:30 Mrs. L. U. Zimmerman is Mrs. Bruns Mr. and ;Mrs, J. J K. Conn
city: "At p. spendinor J. t:. limiVVN '
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COPY.Copy. One Six'; Mpnlhi------------Your -- 1 "0 m. the third service of the day was a few days this week with friends in i and :Mr. Brown motored to Kissimme \v. j. STKICM: .
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One Copy. Three Zr.U1A----------. 78 f' ROLL OF HONOR J I htld. People had beeninvited to come Ki simmee. Mr. Zimmerman also on. Thursday to see, "The: Birth of 'II ;.UlTICl.KS:; OP INOOUI'OHATIONWe :>!! ,

and break their alabaster box. ,Just spent Sunday in Kissimmee.Rev. I Nation." t lit'"umlvrnl. tnml,. hewbv aHH.k
All communication except from our the turn the service was to be given R. Y. Walden 'of Lake City J. I H. Woo l.t'ck. of Kissimmee was ,'Int.. '..irHiKB I<.iLtt iiI for ''I h'' 'Iur- ,
authorized correspondents. nut !beiKncd The following pupils of the Kissim of .<.,'..mlr>'n II limly politic tindurth.r
by th. wriu-r. schools. have not betm' absent waft not known. The evangelist FU., is holding revival services in the a St. Cloud caller on Tuesday morning. ; t,00'law.. of th- St a I.' .f FlorUlii. an,' ,
Rejected matter will not be returned nice public month endS preached after the choir and congregation Baptist church assisted by the pastor i w""I"-I''i,2' (I t'tlt iv that Hifollowii I ,;
unless <:.alled for.tKriterod ", or tardy during the of had sung a number of songs. I Rev King. Rev. Walden also has :Mrs. Wm. Johnson. :Mrs.. Belle :\t,tic-lew I "'it !'n.ur'.or"II.: | ,n l",1, (-onitltute i.
ing: Feb. 15, have made an average/: motored to ,,l h. I the Charter uf said
In the 'Pustofflce at ICliuiim.1'loilija. / in their The thought of the sermon was his singer with :him. The meetings Coiners and James Miles Ht '
sa"e, BH ..rnncl..la..a.mattt'r.. ) ninety. per curilor less more'than eightyfivein "Flowers!' for, the, Living." At the ) will 'continue for. probably two weeks. KUsimmec on Tuesday afternoon on ,'." '""'""''UII, ARTICI-B" I. "

studies, with not .close of the Dr) Dew asked business. .,M-lill ,
sermon
nine. :Mesdames Souders end Vandumcnt of tits\ C >n>< tioi 1 .
less than
not The namif
,. any IIlIbJert.and that every pel'Ron, present 'who knew have taken. the restaurant in the Per. ..Charles. Orenstein delivered: aVery 1ftKVKNS: ; l : .\ I'T.' TH ANSKpItmi.: : :, \ .

ty-five. in deportment. O somebody in the house who had helps I ry building, formerly run! by Mr.;_ Interesting and instructive lecture I I'n n.i th'. pi Itw-Mml I |1ti.afe .f .',mlU .. -
Grade .
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First CMV 4 .f I"tact .
j that and Science Tuesday Hhnll I I l thf ( .
should to'
'ed l them Christian < HM I. II'
go person ] on
Brown where regular
they serve' f 11'borld I I.I. I. ,
Howard Falls Ruth Bolkcom Floremr ', ,"ty'of l >B".'nl: (111 ( ',..
: tell them that in (;. A. R. ,
shake bands lInt! they > meals lunch or short orders and will evening the hall.i I. ,t thV ll..ai'"l .'f I Uliv.-lorH. may <>Bial 14- .
: Shirley SmitfyLillu ti ---
McCorquoclale, .' had helped them. .)Ilundreds'went and also do typewriting and will be glad J ;Mrs. E. E. Ely spent Wednesday uNit Itrnnoh' wffU-pM nt other l.laroi f<'01 ,,

Hammock. Grade II.. I for an hour, people hugged/: /: each other I to have the patronage ot their'friends. with Mrs Wm. Barber at Carol.ina ilmv to "I"H ii.>unU. ..:0".1. Y!
First
.' and wept on the shoulders of' their Station. : AHTiri!) 11. '
Hampton- Bowen Albert Criner; friend and 'said ,helpful things', '''It Mr. and :Mrs. John B. Gunder, Mr .Mr. and Mrs.:: C. K. Hendrbe! left Th. iKva! I a r' -of lh, ItunlnoM ., ,.,
)Kriiil: )Duke Christine! and Mrs: John Kelly Mr. 'and Mrs. II nil w-ir.t '-'Iuoi.tu''d
Vaynard .1' ulk. I irn B
few luHln KB .
kind of "
was A new meeting/: L'ut.one Thursday morning to spend a 01 :
L'lrand Agnes Ordas C'onnne Johnson Andrew Hart of Kissimmee- were visiting h this. Corporation "''1 h. .a
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of the most impressive ever held' here.leh11.er" days ,
Yates Alma Yat St. Cloud friends on Tuesday. IIt'Trompl' t .I"" i''bl.!' ' : \ << I 1 10 1
Margaret j. '
who Had been enemies asked :Mr. and :Mrs. F\ )E Hastings of \'nl litle ( ' -8 q in?
) iiin .r" '
'Hilda' Fine*. I forgiveness/ while others told of .J. L.'lIarl'ra' e wife and hin nr>th<,r (Siffield Conn., who have hio..n'spt'nd- for,""..or .vi hid|.'M",of ,',.<-ry,, ll>i"l. nntur .

1'iri.t t Grade; .t. , "'the blessing'" th{. had Vc'ceived from anti sister.: :MfsvLumb"' ,and daughter ing the winter ,here,. left Wednesday "nii il-Bi-i'lull, .. to liull i maliit.ilnid I,, I ..

ITthil: Jones, Evelyn, Welsht' Al. Ro- the work 'of the ,church through its :J\lal'ie.\ motored to ''Tampa on Sunday, morning for New Smyrna for a'.time )", otM-rnte l.iill.lltiun.\ .storing attire, l..i'hll.f"'' Houneand ".. '

gero. :; Kifti.! returning here Wednesday evening.Mrs. before going north. and tRr"'f"'I'' .' then-lo ,. Itllo', .'
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MARCH I. 1918' Second Grade B. The Christian Index of Georgia said S. MjtBeth, who,has been. quite Mrs. Francis :McGulre, and sister, nioiii l ll l's. motorcV'' and motor ,. ,

/ .. 'Tonimie Bell, Will Fairbanks, Harry of a mertnig at Gainesville Ga.. as sick; is better at this writing. ? Mrs. Nacker spent Wednesday in Kis hUleB of every liln.l. hut tire .nd .tt'11111"1 '-1 "" <
Lie Swain Charles Tyson Lena Mrs. Grace Cooper has sold her K<- ; antI ni-turillv; ( to uuv. '"
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reported.'by the pastor the! following: simmee. aiid.mcrhandlHe -
I I In nil I I 10\.1", waiv
France has ordered a mjlion) footballs HI hrv-ers. Susie Smith Marion: l Sin- "Just closed -greatest meeting in his residence on Massachusetts avenue to Mrs. David Bluebhuph and daughter 44( I. Hee-1-nwiry. or Incidental' I t<>

for her army. She must be plan. gletary Iral Slade :Mary Yates tory of Gainesville One hundred and C. E. Carlson. Mrs. O'Neil, left Wednesday for the operation. repair I or "UI!.luiient .fatitflht1Oiil5Sw..tiiot0i''b'5
smash" some Second Grade A, Mr. Steed of the firm of Kribhs & (p1' motor vi -
ning to'make a "center seventy-four additions. Mayor, promi- a few days' trip to Tampa. .
where. Cecil Whnley, Joseph Tucker Jose- nent physicians leading business menamong Steed of Kissimmee, was a St. Cloud :Mrs. Samuel rummar' and :Mrs. iilrU-B ,nnd of aii and I all .kli I.. ln. IAn.-eijtitp.

---'-:* .' -' : phipe, .Griffin,. Ella Qyjrk, GenevaBowen1 numh<'r.. t'rJ. II. Dew of caller' on Monday J Frank Gilbert were the guests on I.r't n and opcrat.! 'It m '"WI.,"'. & tI'as-: .

,,_. -_ ;::.':'. ::, 74.Te.Rt1y1fl< ofjteatleoe daytl 'ffnt ,, :Mabel: Tauers Helon Bell. RidgerrelltN'. C., preached for nii'ie.pently '- The department encampment of the I Wednesday of Mn! Thomas Fair and ;J'I\ KB' l b': rue:"its ofelilrlen.l,i "

: 480 snips .ni..t y...;;,' tt'I'f..o.tH(; / p.l 4'hin f t'1\t' .- ,fe ,- R nd.MfeIV P.,.-wijl! jluU.iMr 1 .mil.l '' -- I tl automolillcB.n ojierati'd'I' In-I" ,

to the troops in France. 1t'aeTUlt'! inonJ Sehwcfkaft, Jennie Schilder, scriptural pungent 'onstrlic' annual 'encampment l 1'1 I Il l City' on Mr.and-IIIrsJ'o; n elly (.'.n\Y"I'fii': ;' : ,'r. with and l > \,; .. ,' 'tr'-
the American people want. Erma White. the 9th and 10th of April. The Kaiil iami *?. ., .. .
like these tive- prophetic at times cyclonic and commander and Mrs. Amlrew Hart "of" Kissimmee trutiHpoif, )-illveV nnd' ' - "
-- -- - -- ThirdCrad.; .. B. dramatic. Absolutely safe a manlyman. in chief will be present.Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith and Tilton Wilson tia\vlcrH:: and for tli.at'lommodti, I ,

A man at Columbus, Ohio, thought Hazel Hi/'tzell/ Sarah' Duke, Elsie ." :: Clock has sold his house. on were the guests on Tuesday of lion if the 1",11'1, 1111.le III\181. : ,

to be demented killed his wife his Schilder, Virginia Bowen, Emma B. ''Services will continue until further Maryland' avenue to Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Z. Barager on Delaware and mme.to IIOXCK haul, .|iiirel.. and any .ami all 1 .

daughter, his motht'r-in-Iaw and his Quirk Nellie Gilbert Temple Minx notice at :3 p. m. and 7:15: p. m. daily. Sage, who are already located in their avenue. *u,'h like nt-tei.'a that may ,. fortttuiKiet

sisrer.in. aw.' then shot himself. Its Sallie Story, Florinda Witz, Ruth new home. Mr. Cock| baa. left' for Mr. and Mrs., George Barber Mr. ,
for 1
lie.comniodatlon
a great pity that condition could not Parker Julian Graham George Lee Seattle, Wash. and Mrs. Will Barber :Mrs. Jennie K'-iif-inl. 11',it.ci''f< th.I ImtOiHHN' i.ul.lh- "fii...rnllyf.ir

have been detected in time' to avoid Singletary; Cleveland Yates, Garland: DEER PARK Mr. A. B. Daniels' has four gran 1- Briggs. :Mrs. R. 'A. Smith Mrs. Lydia ) hire anti. for tli.' mmiiist' 4'f car-
awful tragedy Hankins. sons in the training and one in ) .. the. af.'r.. ,' tu liuy.
.\uch an curtips Daugherty Mr. and :Mrs. G. O. Ricketts rInn In.tn."H '
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.i -- Third tirade A. Franc Ella :McAllister Messrs. Myron ," ,1 I aild, I 'xhln". '' ,'
itlnaiii | -
Htale. <
The most beautiful lake view from Frances Bailey, Viola Bell Yowell, C. 1Carlson has sold his lots on K. Barber B. F. Biggs$ and! Tiltor, ..I, ..t.,.. ""I"UII..t'i'. 1""n.1" 1,1... '1il'"I..*LH th.' .

.. anywhere on Broadway is that: lookijr RUus< Suhl Louise May )Enoch Herzbcrg C. P. Tanner from Jacksonville Florida avenue opposite the city hall, Wilson picnicked at Fish Lake on .*. Hhall I I be iHv8, "aiy. .111,! 0"'",.i"illvt.i I I t
east on. Darlington avenue provided Daniel :Minx, Clara 'Sue Led- Fla.. has moved to Deer Park and is to Mrs. Grace Cooper. Wednesday. dn .I tliinit" that mm I"' ,...MH.\

-and this proviso is used advisedly- J bctU-r, Roy Huling;, James :Moore. row engaged, in laying tracks for the :Mr. and Mrs. N. A. ProUmnn of j to OJ ",luc'I"I I .f
the lake is not Jnion' Cypress! company.A. I..b'': in ,
nelect a time when Fourth Grade: B. 17th street gave a dinner in honor of' 'I'
I you entirely obscured by box cars stand- Richard Bandy, Ellen' Coleman I 11. Fields has brought, his family!! George Washington and as it was KISSIMMEE SENDS $36 The ;.mount. .if tin, fnjilt") $4'.."'. "i -
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from North Carolina and settled in I 4 ,
ing across the street. R/tsella! CO<>T T, :Margaret JOhnSon> : alsothe birthday of :Mr. Marcelle oneof ,I".1 I fli,4u, ,(,,,, ,111. ".. \< 1.,. t) Alhitlia Griffin, Tina Schilder Clara the ir new home went of town. the !guests he was presented witha f FOR KHAKI SMOKERS ., la lIuiiOil, l :'I'm"' ,",...", ''I\ III-;
The Raney State Democratic Committee Tucker, Geneva; :Miller Julia Ledln-t- Gordon Bass and Robert :Montsdo-. beautiful souvenir of the occasion I I ,pin \',llli.' of Kifli.f:. ""I 1..1"!! .

meets February 25 in Jacksonville ter..MarA'aretVal'ing., Neva Lee Hur- ..a. two of Deer Park's young thoroughbreIs !hy the hostess. Mr. Protzman and Mr. ..,,,'t h, nliKh i "nl''C\l Cai.lliil)' I Ht. ,."k 1.h"!
,' HMh III, 'I ly.lilhor .
f.ii elthei In ol |I""I"|
4 I..1.I
but there isn't any chance of rise ( enjoyed a moonlight driveliy :Marcelle being in Andersonville prison Pali iotic KiiKJmmeo people huve, oi' $4l tIE'. a. ,ul, .1 JUKI v ill\i,.1( ln-i,
any more Sturkie resolutions bobbing Fourth Grade: A. I, auto to Kissimmee recently. 'I'II at the same time they were Uncle I .. to I.e tlxtd I)' Hi" J"'I.'tlur. or l>vth.
Florida :Mr. Ceo. Drew of Jacksonville '10'1'1.' been participating, in another I serviecthis .. '.) 'r
in Youel jit a
f4 up. This is an off-year Hazel Buss Irene Spence, Sam's boys again "nek in the six- week and have donated toward, .I..c.I. 1"1 "II
politics. Nothing but congressmenand Johnson Oren Brown, Catherine I has entered the employ of the Union ties. The day was full of pleasure 11 that, imrin'e. '
tobacco fund for in thttrenches.
a our boys IV. '
and at Deer Park. AltTlOI.K .
odd Cypress
legislators and..few Denning. company upd will be long remembered.Mr. .
I I Mr. H. C. Avant and family, accompanied :Miss Frances Tress proposed The (,'oi'i oratlon I Hhall I I have' MU'I'
ends to be eIected.MiamilleraId.' u" Fifth Grade!. . B'n. . .. Mr. K. P. Eagerton 'enjoyed : J. Newell caught; a genuine loggerhead that a subscription list be circulated .. "I.n I I.) I 1M 4'i.rp.i'n 5" .111.. "Pt't'l'" .tu-
by'
"' -- J'UzalletJloort'/ KlRje Welch, J'.vel'n ; in the lake which was'a', fine I here and I served as treasure, !. ,allv'. and I.. exlm, ,"'n'.IJly.11'1 .
food visit to the Criunty Fair and to Or-
a
U. S. faces on acute Elam Georgia Fairbanks. :
Eastern specimen.The! Y. .
4 for the funds which were largely/: ] fce- \ \ F
0 lando. 'On 'his return Mr. Eagerton. '
4 nhortage for the next sixty days says Fifth Grade A. Elsie P- McElrQY auxiliary I i cured! through: the efforts of Ijuwrvnci The b"sln..t' theirioratron
Food Administrator Hoover who suggests Mary Estclle Coleman Eunice. River's although a young man announcedthat gave a war social on Washington's/: and "Radiator Bill" Krickson Khali I lie condiK'Heil, h)' a'' t'reMl.leiit.I onor '"
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Tress)
that. it's the railroad's inning. IMivltah :Miller. he was now a grandfather. birthday in the Moose Home which I' more. Vice.CieslilentH, H Kecieiav>
l>i- : Mrs.: Rebecca Kempfer and Mrs. J. Up to the presenttime: $:'Jfi has beet! a Tri>,.MU it'r.. *uch other orflj l-
"While there is no controversy Sixth Grade; H. was attended by a large crowd who 'alc fno
secured. This amount was I Kent to the j nnilnteintii, : v from time t !A)
rector General McAdoo says "Alrightwe Ba comb Lane, Lillian :Moore Florence K. LeVan after a pleasant month's enjoyed the following excellent" program Tampa Tribune Tobacco Fund and:I time I.1. elvci.'d or..nj| |>nlfit* d. and liv .1
,are at. the bat, send the ball I :Marison Virginia Lesley. visit with.) Wm. Kempfer 'and family : Hoard .., l 111.M'tvirs, >,,,, t"IJ'1) of ;not
will 1. forwarded to the front. A
left Tuesday! for Beaufort S. e.. ( i: 1. H" 't. n,"' ., I" n\ <-
cross. Sixth Grade; A. All joined in singing "America. th.1 ,
( S'oralee where, they will visit Mr.\ .7. F. Kempfer I copy of the subscription list follows: ,h.n1'rs., The .ffl') s ,.f "'. ,. "| ,'iitl'\'
-+--- Chauncey Janet Graves Recitation Flag of Washington, by ,
Trcanur-t nm tI' 'i4".1.1 l liy one an.ithe
and >
The Fernandina Record says: "No Clara .frhn!
dealer will be allowed to carry cheese :Mndge Rivers :Mary Sanderson, :Mac homes at Beaver Sorings!I. Pa.. I Flag I of '7fi, by [|Mrs. J. W. (';..r II.. im Tr.\\.on'.1. ii, i'."%\ /it _ .. . .- '.r..41'I. .I 4 (orn ..hal"I I he ,'I.'t..c li\ ititSi. ,cUholl-, '
tho Food and Saint :Mars Pa. While in Deer ern ,. ii' 2 iinu .m i th.third .
into the new season, says Winn. Francher and Mrs. John Houston. ('hll" I''I.J, ,,in, - r.1 I II of ,I'il ,
t Administration." The Record does Seventh Grade-. Park they mad a host of friends who Poem "How Marsc Lincoln Came,", 'I'II t'.r, 1I'I., , _ _ .r.(l ulnnlim!', Tni-Hd.iV' 'the In, .Iahuln> ... V l I' ""i'1i9.I'' !' > 'lr.Ii'. '

not state what kind of cheese it is, Emery: Brown. Kathryn .McKay. regret their departure. by Mrs. Hastings. 1'1' I' Si,. tier _ 51v. .I Hto I'i4 l h.liei| H, of .hll'.."rp.rltl.1' I a hit II'.
I \ II II..IIhIIlM __. I
but if it's Limburger no one shouldbe Seventh Grade A. Mr.\ H, II. Elarbpe, Jr., Mr. Lewis "Old Black Joe." . r at the 01 I. ,, tli.I ,ieraftei -
Song, l'ri'et .1''I'. _ _.. _'_ .: __ ___ A 11..1. 1..1"1 ,
allowed tq carry) it about at'any Blanche :Mueller, Nora Keller, Dono. Coleman Mrs. C. R. Bryan and Mrs. I Reading, Ai Special Surprise, by, 1I"I11""' \\h\tl..n, ----------------5))I 1iy.141, %%'$ thovernnii 1''I'l ( Hi", 'lit iiercNHaryfor of' the
time. I IiirvcYV "' _, W. S. Knight enjoyed a trip to thQpuntyjFairiin.MrfElarbee's >. A :l1. Knz ',. h ', ..$'' hr."J1t..1 .
byMrs.Woodo
.' .4' Reading. Special ,Surprise, > .. ,0. " q"n".r'Ij"n. In,1 Il" ""f, six '' rfi' i..*)31ifittM.U&fMh 1"r cI :lIJi1Inll b .
< i< v ;Ji-\\ Pi'' t Vijnn'i'f CI-i j&n'Again'fwejare &WMEight: Gradem.for : "'"' ( ", "*JJ -'- < "I' ''

; ; told 1 thatltheJSouthmustjfeediherselfMWell.'gwhypnotj gchilder EllatGardnerlHIG'H inder adillaci8toH . Jj _Musicon: piano nnd vIolin h Mr K 1-1.. 1I1..h.Il\-" ( h' IA"..1 I lbbt
i Eighth Grade y lisa AIattieJTvsori.ppeay ... Jew d I
Harbors and BurchReading Ih I 'r u ttii 5
4 FloridaTaloneleani produceralmostjevl) Ruth 1l1rtzel"llorotlfy) Miller Ru y the Count vlFairfntlK issimmceiBMrfftndtMrslCharlcslDonegan'were iLlnked fms Mr lit! n 1 (1"1'
t I ICI""r .
ery"T essential i food fl in sustaining hu OIivei ErnlliSanderson 1 Vreeland .1 h I I IMn

man life, and many of the delicacies. I SCHOOL DEl'ARTMETFirst among": the' County. Fairf'visitors!from "'RendinJ "1ofar Ann ourtshipd .I '1.111"01 d ,j jW .. ',,n.1n VI.tr.3dnt'e''

Since some one has discovered that a Year. this place. J. \\'. )11I1t.r __ . __ __ __" _' . .' "
Mrs. 'Houston. !
by :
be manufacturedfrom I .. .. u 1..l.....'.1... ... I,,"n.. ....... : 5, 3 K, Jlrown. ,, .
delicious coffee can Frances Irene :Milton Elmo \\ J. ami
and with mills to Kritz. \OTirnNnllic Talk on inaracter Heading, by .Mrs. I :.1 J: MrCranli;; ,I;, __ ItMax Otis IC"c1'rIIR"Y; . : Tr"n..i..r.ar1 -
velvet beans riffin, Clara 1'loetz.Second Knapp. ___ _ .2SHoy .
: In hen-liy Klvt-n that tin I Annual Krlti - .. li. th. I > .'tcii-d
produce flour.from sorghum and peanuts Y("ar. 1n""llnl0' the Block hol.lcrH of Song, "The Little Brown Jug." Hlmk _ __ __ __ _- _ __ JA. .h,1 Ilr
I two products 'which can be easily Percie Oliver, Edith :Miller Ruth, Ihi) ..OIUI'HI:IJ I.'VI'HKSS ('4)i1i'ANY Delicious buns cookies and coffee S'; :>:,-IHon __. ___ __ ... ___ 2Hoina ,\ ItTI' -1.1: VI
_____ ______ __ __ of lii llit.. .'i '
well why : will bo held. nl the ofTlr.i.f \VU ThomiiH1. 2W Th hluh. HI "m.unl '" si
grown here, again we say, Campbell., I t'i-nwford nt KfpHlintno I ... "'Iorl"... onMi was served bv the ladies. A ..lolherJiltlu __ ___ _. __ ___ __ -_ __ Ell or H.-.I.IIIty to 'hi.'h lhln <-..ir.on inn
t not. 'Third Year. ., French returned Monday ____ ___ _ .. . _ IH T .
_ _ _ _ i iidnMarch t' 4th HHX.! 1 nt II 1 IM) Mrs. E. D. on ; Hans 25 run at .n\ time Hiiliji" 1..1 < n
None.. 'l'IfOl.k A. M. for the elt-ptlon of Dl- evening after a delightfnul; five- lion',.II llaHH . __ .. . 2:. Thou"lne c f I 11.'''''"I">'> I . i ,
I The Food Administration called on Fourth Year. riitoiH, nii visit with at I
day Daytona .
.. ItusIvt5., nx )... hrouKht !b."hI .- .1, '1'. lltn'klialter. ..21'iiBh
meatand eat may ( - -- --- -- -
the people to conserve Ruth Howell; Christine Ivey Margaret f fowls and so hearty was the response Stanford. M J, K: IionA:-:. Rev. D. S. Arnold of Michigan who : II. M. ltial, ..r _. __ __ _ ________ ,2r. InrorpointurH. 101.h..r.
prohibited killing 1"--'t' : M l. S .MaV-- .a with t t 1:0': numlicr *>t hhlr. H''If I I"IP-
that now SureIry.CLASSIFIEDADVERTISEMENTSI
' we are hens till the incubation sea- is spending the winter here, will .1. J, Hi-fern :::::: :::::: :::::::-- 2W l tal Stock'; .uhH'rlh.1. l l io 4.1,* h H', t oppoult -

any more preach at the M. E. church. Sunday A..5l('i2.ol, Jr. ____ ________ __ !2- .* hlH n.m.-. nr aw f 'll.wtName
son is over. The women of the nation evening, March 3. John harris ______________.. .'___ .2 KenUlcn "', No: : .rsh' irr'
4 were asked to knit garments/: for the Mr. and Mrs. 'Thomas.Rollings of 11. I'. )Stanford __ _____.__ _ ____ ._ .21. Otis Stevens, KlHHltnniclrlorl. soldiers and ten milion knitters qualified I | I J. (. ITentln __ _____ __..___h._ _.. 21.1. \ .1. K Itrow,,. KiHHliiinn"\ ... Klorliln'V ) .
4 Wakefield Neb., ore visiting Rev. . 9. Itoln-rHon, __ _ _ __ __ __ _ itK. \ .1. st t..I. .''HIII. 11"1.1. .
according to Secretary Baker _. Bowen and mother. Mrs. Rollings is I' Kat >_____ : _-_. -_ ____.__ __ .25 IN. WITNJoj'1: '; \\ ":''( ,wo hnv.
who now forsees a scarcity of Wool ',' han, ,l" .] w 'nls, thin
Mrs. Bowens' sister.W. H. .indersn------------------ .25 .
r for the uniforms next year. The FINK. 41-2 LITTLE mlleB from STUCK KlHHlmmee.FAU.M about mile FOM S.M..E-Pure bred White Leghorn S. Alyea was the guest on Sunday Carl I'eU-mon. ____ : __ __ __ _ ___ .2 27th cln! ,of FVhruarj .\. 0 bill'
one HMtlnnB. 15 .21 OTIS. STICVKNS 'is.-nl
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U.25. Sam I. Wlchtendahl
whole- I.up-
surely eggs ------ ----- --- -
American are
k people from brick ruad. v e havl- a line location of Mr. and Mrs. David Blubaugh.Mr. : :: HKtiWN (4Scall
fer, 203 Verona St. -tf Chaa. Itans .-__ ............ .2 J E. I
hearted in their service. for "",,'k farm ronxlBtlni of '''' and Mrsl') Newton Burnett of Ord Hans -----------------1.----- ,26 W. J. 8TEBU (Seal >

00I airwith thouBiimlB of acres of FOR SALE-Overland tourlnK car In Carmichel Pa., who have been spend F.:. L. Lesley. ____ ______n.C_..___ .2r. KTATB OP FlXlRIPA )
free "raiiKe", excellent place to hold a _- _....__._ __ ,,25
Kood condition. Spare'; wheel and arrived in John Play nn -- -- COUNTY: tF OSCKOI-A )
bunch 0' stock, There are about lli tire. Four hundred and fifty ing the winter In Orlando, K. C.'hlle __ .__ __..___________ .2r.
aoreu cleared nnd fenced : splendidwell Apply St. Cloud Thursday evening for a ____. UK IT KNOWN: That before m.. the
I T THE FORUM 7 I SOb Mubbette. 11-ltpd L. Hurd ______ __ u__ __ ,25
flnlMhed' house, good barn. Kar- short visit with' friends leaving Saturday \). Mach ____.-__________ _-__n__ .251 undersigned. Notary I'ubllc In, and for.
all" bIt chicken houne, owner will J. M. Schmidt .2r tl") ) State of Florida County .t Onc.'oli,
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exchange for city property and Klve FOR SALE CHEAP' Intend to sell. for Lakeland where they spent J.: C. I'aevln _::::::--:::::::::::: :.25 t) T..oiiHlly appcftrril. ( tin 8t >vrp; j.K ..

frond deal both of my bungalows: right away. the week-end with friends before returning Cash ___ ___.. ______ _- '__ ___ __. __ ..21J. \ Brown sn'SV.. J. 8to'd. to it. wt-ll
CITIZEN AND TAXPAYER WE HAVE AN SO A.CRK FARM 5 rolled, If you are Interested In a. real bar- to their home in the North. Wanlomery ______ __ ________ ,2::; kncwn and known to he the ii.divijjRlK -
from KlBfllmmee. one mile from H)'. gain write to me abOut' them or call In mid who suhHc-rihcd. their, nlle.
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Misses Anna and Louise Hoppe William Oold
OPPOSED TO SEINING LAKE station. packing houfle. school andchurch to .nee me. The Currie residence lalo..a"'d of Mr. and Chaa. Ilrooka .eo' ___________,__... .2::5 to the foregoing proposed. Ch ird-r. A''
and from Rood brick road: on Verona St.. has two lots were the guests on Sunday J. L.. Beaman ___--.____._____-.-- .2f. they acknowledged before ni" that
Mr. Editor: has about 30 acre In cropB five a nice six-room cottage large work Mrs. Andrist. H. Harper __ _____..____________. .21\ they executed the name for the purposes -
While there is no danger of the acres of Rood Krove. farm. all fenced. shop, good garage, nice lawn. excellent Mrs. E. D. French of Ashton was a A. Hoaen. ______ __ ___.-___._____n W .25 therein exprennedWITNKSS . .
Shell Fish Commissioner Williams and cruRH fenced ; one house of six flowing well. Price right. The St. Cloud visitor on Friday. II. C. Harper .___ _________,---n. 2f. my hand and ofTloltl, ..al.
rooms two porches; another house Red Bungalow corner Mabbette and Mr. Rich i.____ ________________ _- 541\ at KlRMlmm'e. In the Countv of ('..l'nla. '-
setting aside the present fish law regarding of three rooms for tenant; !rood (tables Hermuda new. never occupied good Mrs. Charles Bandy and Miss J. E, Davis ______________________ .60 I Stale'; of Florida this /.1 Oiy r.f
the seining of Lake Toho- and barn. Thl place Is owned slxe. lot. built of be..t. 'materia I.. Anyone Edythe Jenness were the guests on It T.- Mutter ._______n__________ .211 February A. I). 1918.
pekaliga and East Lake (only the by a. non-resident but Is. In hand ofa Interested. In either of these Monday of Miss Jenness's parents McDonald ______ _*_______..____ 26 Notary I'ubllc 8..allnOMA
could do that it would be gOd tenant. Will sell for I3MHI I properties with real Intention to buy Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Westcott. lr. '",Inn ____ ___,_______________. ..21I.yl..s \ THOMAS ,((9..1>
legislature ) This property Is richly worth $50OO. can buy them low, below their value, ) Story' ________nn__ _______ .26 Notary Public of Kl .rdln.My .
a great mistake to do so even if any FINK ITTI.R FARM Just. outside city And arrange any reasonable terms The ladies of the Elsie P. McElroy C. K." Yowell ___ ________ _--___ ,25 .Comml.., "lat.empires M<-h.
one had that power. Our lake here at limits with good 8-room house stables Chas. P. Dow 21 So. Orange Ave., auxiliary have organized a Red Cross J. }t. Smith _____I______n__ ______ .26 8th 1919.
Kissimmee is the greatest attraction young, finest Krove shade.b..arlnlA'ood about: 2 acres land.nne Orlando, Fla. 8-tf unit and the first of a series of cycle It. I. .Smith _____________nh_____ ..2Illn.fl 11-f |I': .

we have to offer our tourists where Owner Bays sell. and this. In just the FOR SALE-Potato plants 612 Pen- teas will be given at the home of Mrs. (M I. Stout'; ---------------------------5_______ _________ ______ .21\ FOR SALRModern.room house
they can catch with hook and line"nice a kind of a farm you want where you Held Ave.V.. W. Arnette. ll-2tpd S. O. Phelon on next Monday afternoon M. Tiller _____:__------__________ .25 clone In. all conveniences, nne neigh
mess of fresh fish. ran graduate your. children from free on Delaware avenue and Sixth H. E. K\ann __________.____ ___.__ .26 borhood. Addreas rommuntcatlonfr
Then to have this benefit to all of county home hitch school and have them A-ITEU-One 12 bore double barrel .street. J. \\'. II. ________________________ ,25 Box 664. KIsBlmmee. Fla. 6tft'OASCAKETS"
every .nlxht. convenient IcKood breech loading. shot. gun or a smallcalibre Schmidt .________--____________ I 2r.
our people spoiled that a very few beautiful markets, view and of church privileges. rifle C' O. Newlun Shingle II. R. Roskamp of Canton. III., arrived A.t.. Davidson ._____---.__. ______ .'
individuals may get a lot of easy healthy location town and lake.111gb. Creek Route 1. lIox 2611. 21-ltpd on Monday evening and is pleas- A. W. Halley _.._______ ___ ____-. .2' WORK
and of
money to spend is not right. closest. In'e.lI..allon'anl worthy .. antly located at Johnson's. This ,is r. I', Aultman ____________._____ .25
officers whose duty it your Introduce to the and let t i DWELLINGS tor.rent. Apply to 111 Mr. sixth winter here. Oarry Morris ____ ______ ____ ____.:_ .25 W SL
The sworn you owner Roskamps
deal direct with and TIII..r.TRAVELS. C. C. Leahert __________ _______... .2.
:fa to see that the law is enforced YU buy barvaln him you Miss Iva Marshall returned homeon Dan hidden __.___ ______n_____ .25

should promptly put a stop to any FINE can STOCK'; a FARM of 640 Well Friday last after a month's visit Kmlay LaMartln: _____.._..n____ .25 For Sick Headache Soup Stomach
acres. OVER STATE Drew N. ____.___._____. .2I.ticy
violation of our fish law. located join a lake, convenient tc ALL with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gilbert at Alvey Sluggish Liver and Bowels-
CITIZEN. ..school and.church on the land good l.unfer --------.2'i
bulldltiKM tine pastures. bottom prairie BUT KISSIMMEE HIS CHOICEMr. Tampa. Ilert Wells ______________.______. .2 Take Cascarets tonight.
lands that grow ftne Krasses.. Thlila Mrs. Burch was called home to U H. Intfram, _____n_____________ .26
ditor Valley Gazette: a snap. (Come see us. and Mrs. C. W. Bile and Mrs.Bile's Iowa on Tuesday morning on accountof I* Adller __________._____________ .2r.
Now that the high cost of living AN KXCELLF.NT COTTAGE In beat the death of her husband who had Cash ____ _____________________,-- .25 Turred Tongue;
4 part of town for sale very ch., brother, J. Lyman Aldrich, arrived Frances. Tress. __.______'-__.__ ,4-. ..0 Ba Tas ladige-
has struck Kissimmee in the beef, and on terms.. Come let us show you) from been detained in the north on busi! Mrs. A. Tread _________.________.. .30 ton, Sallow Skin ad headaches -
'4 pork and mutton line, would it not be what a real bargain Is.. Philadelphia Tuesday ness.! Hud M. Baa, ________,_______n__ .5 come from a torpid liver and
a fine advertisement for the town ALL KINDS OF FLORIDA HOMES and! night and by Wednesday noon had ''Mrs. G. II. Clark and Mts. J. K. John W. need _____'_n-__._______ .30 bowels, which cause stom
market where the Investments.NEUSON. home and located Conn attended the fair at Kissimmeeon R. G. JJ .f.y.n_.______________ .20 clogg your
a
7 if it had a public HEAI.TY (COMPANY over purchased were Hill __________ ______,_______n___ .2" be filled with udigste
fresh fish from this lake could bet KluBlmmce State Bank. here permanently. Mr. hue is a practical Friday last. J. W. Oliver ____________________ .10 food, sours and
bought at reasonable prices. booster for Kissimmee and says Mrs. V. Wilson was calling on east Scott Wllllama ________-._______?_ .10 bags in barrel. That's p
p Think what a boon that would be if FOR RENT-Furnished rooms or he has been keeping in touch with end friends on Thursday last. Cash .._ __________.,_-------------- ..25ue.O top to .awi mi the foulgares

it all our people could get fish at, a small In apartments modern convenient for light houae housekeeping close In. this section! for nearly five years, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gilbert of bad breath ryindJgeUon

advance over the actual cost. Mrs. E). E. Wells., Real Estate and In. says he feels at home already. He hat Tampa are visiting friends 'here since fears, everything yellw ai
r I Would not this be a splendid way to surance, 11 g Mahbette St. Phone 2.2.. traveled all over the state but; says last Friday. They will leave on Sat- FARMERS-Bend today for n free lam andnauseating.
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, of '.our publicity money. Klssfwimeo is his choice. He has urday to visit Mr. Gilbert's aunt at pie copy of the Florida Farmer andStockman A Oaicaret to-night will
bee some FOR SALE-6 acres, S acre'll cleared published at JacksonvilleTells give your constipated bo welt
, t Then aJl of our people would get some end plowed all under rood fence. bought what is known as the Ward Winter Haven. Fla. about livestock raldnfr. dairy .thorough
actual benefit. both from the fish in Good house located just outside. city property in extreme West Kissimmce Dr. M. B. Cushman went to orento, Ing-, poultry, citrus fruit and truck: cleansing and straighten you, out b
1; lake and the fund for advertising limits; rood neighborhood. Good and will grow potatoes melons and Fla. on Monday, returning on Tues lag twice a month at SOc per y..arthr..e morning. They werk while you
our It taken Ad. for $1.00. Only livestockand se
propositIon promptly. year a 10-cent box from
.r our town and county resource dress owner. :Box: 127, Kissimmee. poultry. The sale was made throughthe day.Mr. general farming paper In the your wD
It would be Interesting i4 ;hear Fla. a-t Nelson agency. and Mrs. G. H. Clark Mr and tate. Write today. )_p you feeling good for pionttq.S .

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'f,I ...r,1 INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS 1 1I I I PROGRAM --WeUave ianized -an


1. 1'R. 0'. S. Robinson of Orlando visited -I >Rat Corn' mummifies: rats For saleb '
friends here last week. j Central Drug Store. Graystonc Theatre

Potasafras for your blood. Nothing Mrs II. N. Bratton spent a' few
like it. Guaranteed by Central days in Orlando this week Visiting I MARCH 14.9 Aluminum
Drug Store Mrs. Lee Bandy. *'- t-JI ,

Mrs C. E. Hilton and I children are Reserved seats for Cinderella now, .
visiting friends in Jacksonville.If J on sale at the Central Drug Store. MONDAY 1 Jl.P PIII

you are troubled with bronchial Sergeant Hunter Dillard of Camp Belle Bennett in 1'1 CII-Db '
asthma Potasafras will cure you. Johnston Jacksonville, visited his "THE FUEL, OF LIFE" Triangle '*:7/ I _I
I guaranteed at Central Drug Store,It"1 parents. ,}fr. and Mrs. J. B.' Dillard, Comedy "An Innocent Vampire" rI

l Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Wade here last week I Fourteenth _
Episode
.' Tucker, Friday morning Feb. 22, a'Son. 400'v more profit in hogs by using! Kf:\ iI.
)Hogtone.. Guaranteed by Central "THE FIGHTING TRAILI \ p J

More profits in hop: raising by using Drug Store.. I II
Hogtone. For sale and guaranteed The Sunday school Of the Metho I .TUESDAY .
by Central Drug Store. dist church collected $50 last Sundayat I Edilh Story In l )

i Mrs A. M. Story was the quest of I the regular 'morning session for "THE OF MYSTERY"
EYES
,I ," Mrs. C. E. Swope of Orlando for a'' missions. I , Mctro /' \
few days last week. .. ..iI" 1 Potasafras, the wonderful 1 blood I 3 _
:purifier Guaranteed nnd for sale by Vitagraph Coml'di'. iI
Rats turned to stone in, 14 hours .
':' .. by using Rat Corn. For sale and Central Drug Store. I ,
....;..- guaranteed by.Central Drug Store. II Doc Lightsey of Bartow was among WEDNESDAYKitty

.' Mrs..L. U. Zimmerman of St. Cloudspent : the out of town visitors taking!!: in'the' Gordon in ,. iI
',, ', several days this week with'J. fair last ,week and greeting his many' "TUB DIVINE SACRIFICE"World 4L
Kissimme,, friends.
\ ,friends in Kissimmee. Oa
Judge A. W. Sargent of Avon Park For Sale-Two pair good young Film-Brady Made
# was in town this week, visiting his mules, broken and well matched. Mutt & Jfff Comedy -Bud'Fisher'

Y daughter Miss Marian Sargent.Mr. J.. W, Miller. 8-tf
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'' :! : and Mrs. J. Neeper of Brandon Mrs. Viola Nichols, of Santa Clara, THURSDAYTom O

\ Colo., have .arrived in Klssimmee! Cal., who is visiting Capt.. and ,Mrs. Mix .,
in
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and may permanently locate here. Clav Johnson.,. is spending a few days ,
"SIX-SHOOTER ANDY" Join Our Aluminum
"Jimmie" M\ Willson Jr., returned in Tampa. Club
I '
from Tampa Sunday; where Manager Woodhock has booked -Fox
,on a "pilgrimage" with his brother I'fourteen of Wm. S. Hart's; pictures I Big V Comedy-Vit.! S Thl dull otter Is. open to every reputable. hon<-.t' -11
t Shriner. .. for his feature programs. The first 1 family or person In this communlly. 'Call at our store
and ask fur
a membership card, II
pay cash "dues"nnd
Mrs. Hennie Lightsey of Bartow will be shown next Fridav. FRIDAY BIG FEATURE, t.e nvt_ will IIP delivered. to p.... Then you pay *u5
I Miss Elizabeth ;Marshall of Beaver DAY
$1 I each week for II weeks and then a anal payment
spent several Kissimmee this
days in Foils Pa., spent a couple of days in 10,15 and 25 Cents of itv unl'Irthe. wholesale. rust price of '$12 PH (I.' paid
week with her son, Henry Lightsey. Kii&immee visiting friends this week 1'0 you realize I that this. will enable >uu to equip
and family.C. "PAY ME" I your kitchen. with a net of the purest lien Aluminum
whilt en route for Bradentown. "'",'e, uun'ltr brand each gloss of which Is guaran
D. Carroll Fitzgerald, Ga., :\Mr and Mrs 'Wm. Atwood Featuring: Dorothy Phillips, theiiol'of teed l h>' the makers to wear for 211 yen is, ..t n tost to

and(l.f1..I! lDki nff( of'his'tpri>ro. per"y..jnt.crl'lIts.old friends' :lflay''ktewdrt: i.T, "haytona;'+ 1'e..i.+ipaand: :,'avumUionasfXtasT\ ?wif tes VjKtf '-,", -,' I-,-to-'r'oiiirhUe?.Q.U".Q.t"I\1J' : / 1t. "a wstniT'out"1''J"W; ; ),p '1.I1 lea laact dRI"\,,'.'./fate q"mHllrr'flerhalll'.,.,1'xunl'nluxauc( : ._',-. ._ __ 1

'"", s here greeting this week many . ing .the .we.ek.visiting }Ir. :and J.r.. lion\ ,ever teen on .any screen, 'o----- '._ ""Ul't"dl"'ool l"jl uttimlls, .when we ran lie It |pusslble. |to
I). E. Atwood of Sumner street. There's whole lot to "PAY | -< ecutv this lieilutlful set on llieneL IciTiis'1!
a more
Mr. and ;Mrs J. B. Ball and
: family
motored down from Sanford Sundayfor No more rats where Rat Corn is ME" than just that. Here's a play 1 THE SET-WHAT IT CONSISTS OF I Q
used.. For sale by Central DrugStore .
:. a visit with their old friends, Dr. that's a perfect whirlwind of human Tin toast1I. e.-NNII') utensils'that. are In constant
and. Mrs. M. S. May. dallv', use repIncluded. In. this set, rnnslHtln. ofF111 -
Capf. Ben Hall and his brother Ed pacsion-a Pike's Peak .of a I I" 1'. '1'19] t I.1:1"1'1.19] t'lii'p'I9i1 u'u''TUIt
.
Prof. Yowell will four minute sl", '1'. .
give a ,Western drama towers above /1 .It.It'U'/ K.T'I'.I
motored from Okeechobee C'ty that
, talk at the Casino Theater on up "i"11 11"':": cH\'11' H.M <'n i.AN"
Saturday to spend. the week-end with everything of its kind ever pro llerlln <>k.i>rvillli llesir Aluminum Coirr
night U. S. Government
Saturday / Dn the families of. J. J. Woodall\ nd N. "")',' 01' I. I'/, and :X- ,. ,duced. A of Greed
War Savings Stamps. 1-. Bass picture, Hatred a-IV. 1 III.IIM: "lr: 'an... 1101....... I'nrlaq Knife
', When you raise hogs you ore helping Lawlessness] Revenge and Love- -IMIIDI. <: OK 'niM K11'l'l1'':\- UI'1'e'11'I
.
Beginning next week a big feature f atn " yu.UITKKANI II uteimll' has done
more
your country Increase their will be shown ot the Graystone Casino all laid amid tremendous\ scenes of to urn. this JustlHed reputation far this lehrnt d s
weight and your profit l by> using ling Fridav matinee and 'ev..n.inJr. a Loom rump-all rushing, crowding "'"r. this has It consists of four \h/mere-a I 6-qt

every
roli-
Tone, For sale by Central Drugf . tleoer. strainer and pudding nun The set Is II'.
Store. e :Manager\ Woodheck has looked roaring on to the titanic catastrophe .1"lI'I1I that when ceituln pletvs are used In .combi ,
the best pictures shown'anyx\here for nation\ .with. others yiai can. make almost every ooneelalil .
the end. A Jewel
Lieut. :Marion\ Farmer who at l kitchen .
>
ncently these aft i'actions.Dr pot pan or uomblnation" pan from 1
I finished his training I Production. thcae pieces.
rour.e a an
J. D. Sibert of the :Methodist \ -
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pastor absolutely ussiire you that you met the best alu-
aviation observer at Port Sill Ol.la.) DOUBLE mTo .
; A
I'ROGRAM includinga
church will visit: Bunnell on wait we. could procure, the makers ICliarall't..e
has been, ordered] to France for foreign .
Corinne r will convince you of th tI'verv
Wednesday of next week where he Yitapraph featuring .
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service i -.t. I'"II'\TMF-_ f
has been invited to perform the wedding Griffith and Edward Overt n in piece of <...... !loreaera. quality brand Pure
H. C. Horner Montgomery:\ Ala.,
of his old Aluminum Is ,
ceremony time friend positively guaranteed to wear for
whe armed, last week to .1.l e present Itov U. P. Ramsey.At "THE MENACE a powerful five years, If anv piece. does not, the person hnvlnw twenty same
at the funeral services of his mother act drama,. and the first of fourteen can return It to dealer and exchange It for another O
the Casino at 3:45: Sunday afternoon ,pleee'at our
Mrs. W. T, Vail; left Saturday night Wm. S. Hart pictures entitled expense _
tareserlarrn: .
Dr. Dew will speak to men and Mnnnrne urlnK Co" C klrnxo.unlltr .
for his, home. boys on the "Five Kissimmee, Devils" "THE GOOD FOR NOTHING." /( Ilrnnd, Aluminum Mar* L.

Henry Lightsey, one of Uncle At the same hour Mrs. Pew will ad- ONE EVERY FRIDAYSATURDAY 1F /
Sam's fruit and vegetable inspector d-eSs! ladies. and girls at the Baptist CH.GRANTHAMThe
was home the first of the week fora church on "A Search through the '
I few days. He will be temporarily :Modern Home."

located at Jacksonville.The :Mis.\ :Mary\ Summers a former real "THE, REGENERATES" Satisfactory Store"T

ministerial association will estate broker of this city now of featuring rli
meet next :Monday morning at 8 Jacksonville was a business visitorin
o'clock at the Presbyterian church A Kissimmee last week. She was accompanied Walt Whitman and Alma Reuben ., C

full attendance is desired aJ' mutters home ;Monday by :Mrs.\ E.Mavfteld. Fourteenth Episode-
of interest to all will lie considered.S. : who will spend the week ,"WHO IS NUMBER ONE!" _
B. Simmons of Lake City is now visiting the state fair.
I with his W. ,J). Simmons his .
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son, on :Mrs\ Bessie Lnngwood was pronounced Coming Friday March 15th
farm east of Kissimm..ewhere he insane this wi ek bv the ('om"mittee 4
will make his home. :Mr.\ Simmons appointed by the county judgeto DOUGLAS FAIRBANKSin ?

-sf* 85 years old, but spears much inquire,into the case. She hara beer "DOWN TO EARTH"

younger. placed under restraint Until an attendant -
Dr., and Mrs. :M.\ 'S. :May\ are antiI can arrive from Chattahoochee

cipating' a.n early vijit from the for- where she will be placed. Mrs. Long- 'BAND CONCERT : .. .-
mer'simother.itfcMrsjgFjjsf'.i&May\ ,'andhisfsister.lMisslHattielBroom.SsMay wood tis: ,!< ",woman !labout, hirty/ year1! f. Th 't'i; d ; <; ; CINDERELLA .
:\ ) old jand husband !and concertjjVill r begin. at 2:43aSm.fgharpl.SundayS'on : March
ihasTaJ jtwojchil Cinderella, tonight, Friday,
I ofjQuincyw hot arejgt' how spending ilren"""" """ ""'" : !meetingfatSthelCasinoJ'account theater of\thamen's .1, at 8 o'clock at Graystone Casino. : Everybody Help Win the War

om i'me' .\\'ithlfr. d sJatSpadejCitylh fI1\lr\ and firs: .eorlre A B trtrS andauchlerJtJliss atnUsn Program EjggipM, H ib Do not forget to see the old old storyas
At Ca noTat'tel4S7oclock, Sun : : Vivian Mr.'fandtbiml: ; ""March Canton Aero Club .. interposed by' your+"- Kissimmee -
King
.. 'day afternoon Dr. Dew will speak to J. Tweed have just returned from an Selection "Arcadia home talent. All taking any pqrt in
:_____-Laurens
'men and boys) on the "Five' Kissimmee! extended auto trip to Miami Palm Golden Robin Polka ____ Ithe I : festive doings are requested not
Devils." At the same hour Mrs. Dew Beach and other east coast towns. Mr. Duet for Clarinets u Bousquet to miss dress rehearsal at Graystone by buying War Stamps, only 25 cents
will address ladies and girls at the Briggs has recently bought pronerty I theater| on, Friday afternoon. Be on ,
American Overture ____ ____
Baptist church on "A" Search Throughthe hereon Mabbotte street and will! re Selection "Bohemian Girl"-___Tobani Catlin' time. I II each. The Split'' Nickle Grocery will sell
:Modern IJome. main in Kinsimmee.! Mr. and Mrs One Step "Your Needs I,

Fred deLnmorton of Tampa spent Tweed will be their guests till they You Now" ____Country T._--____-Cormack them to' You can save enough on
a few days this week with his cousin, return to their home in the North. "Star Spangled Banner"J. I Car you.

. Mrs. G.V.. Kenney, who is stopping Sergeant Rov Graves was home D. Woodbeck( Director. ford Touring small
with :Mrs\ A. W. Johnston at "Naid- from ('RmnVheeIer on a five days' a bill of goods bought of the

anac" North Kissimmee. ;Mr. de Ia- furlough this week for a visit with -

morton is chief electrician at the U. his parents. Mr and Mrs. Ross OKLAHOMA! AND TEXAS WHEAT for Sale Split Nickle to buy a stamp. : : : '
S. Radio Station at Tampa Fla. Graves. Roy says Kissimmee looks LANDS

P. R. Hartnett of Fort Wayne Ind., mighty good to him and judging: from I .
Wheat and ranch lands in the Pan- I COME AND SEE
has joined his family, who have been the social courtesies shown him and 1915 Model in fine condi-
handle of Oklahoma and Texasto
spending the winter here. :Mrs. Hart- Nathan Bryan who was also here, part
net came here hoping to benefit her I they have lost none of their former sell and exchange for other lands tion. Must be seen tp be

health. Her condition js so greatly popularity among the young people.Mr. merchandise and property. One crop appreciated.E. .
improved in this cliinatfc\ ) that the and Mrs. E. J. Redwood have of wheat or broom corn pays for these Graham Flour, tack .._.__: .39 I Post Toasties .________... .10

r' family may' locate in our city. traded their residence propdrty on on lands.good Prices terms.frim We$7 pay to your$30 per railroad acre I Schlump Yellow Corn Meal pkr ____ .15 Kelle<<'. Krnmtles ________ .10
Main street to F. for his
Col. and Mrs. O'Bryan expect to Herzben
motor to Jacksonville Monday, Gov prove and acreage property in the fare Nield if Realty you Co.buy, Texhoma from us.Okla.Arthur* .i 215 Clyde Ave. lt-pd Wheat, 100 Ibs. ________:_ 4.50 Shredded Wheat Biscuit ___ .13

ernor's day at the state fair. Col. Shingle creek section, well known as I Sweet Feed. 100 Ibs. ____,. 2.75
Bed Scratch Feed ..%5 .
O'Bryan will take part in the ceremonies the old Franklin place and are living '
as a member of the military there. They expect to make exten- Florida Cane S. tal_ 1.00 Bra. 100 Ibs. ------------ 2.40

staff and. Mrs. O'Bryan will be a mem- sive changes in the buildings and to .,III Feed Meal. 100 Ibs. _____- 2.4S
ber of the party on the special invita- improve the property in every way. Pillsbury Flour. 24 T- 1.70
tion of Mrs. Catts. Mr. Herzberjf and family are occupy Oats 100' Ibs. ___L________ 3.80
ing their new home in the city Self-rWsg< Flour. 24 lb. sack 1.60.
Kerosene
Oil. raL
Mrs. Wm. G. Kenney entertained ________ .15
Ib sack
12 Self-risinr Floor .85
hev brother, Wm. Hayes of Boston, MR. CLEAVER DEAD Compound Lan ft _______ .25
Mass., and a party of friends Charles H. H. Cleaver who was spending Granulated Safer Ib. .10
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Thread, spool ____________ .05
Hayes and 19. Davidson, who are stopping the winter here, died Tuesday morn- Lord Calrert Coffee 34
Spring Millinery
at the San Juan, in Orlando, and ing at the Osceola hotel, where he ------- Brooms Palmetto' ________ .60
Mrs. Fletcher of Toronto Who Vesper rood coffee
was was domiciled. The deceased came a _- .30
National Oats box: _______:. .11 .
here en route for Miami, Thursday at here with his wife hoping to be benefited Arbnckl.'t

"Naidanac," the home of Mrs. A. W. in health, but passed away very Coffee .24 Mothers Oats __________-_ :.ll
Johnson. After lunch the party mo- suddenly from heart failure. The wife Opening Yale Coffee .39
tored out to the fair grounds for the of the deceased and his brother accompanied Wizard Wash Soap 8 ban .. .25
White Bacon bed. Ib
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afternoon.Mrs. the remains to Perry Mo., Prunes 13c Ib, 2 Ibs. for ._ .25
for interment, leaving here Wednesday Breakfast Bacon >Ib .45
Sam Jones and three childrenof jl i ------ Finer Peaches .17
Watertown, Fla., are visiting the 1 Smoked Bacon _.._._____ .35 -----------
the former Mr. Mrs. Potted Meat ____ .05
parents of and HUNDREDS can ___
J. W. Miller. Mrs. Jones was accom- HEAR GATHER DR. TO DEW SPEAKDr. The Newest Chic Styles aMiss I Potatoes, peck .55 B ee" Pork & Veal Loaf, can .15
panied from Jacksonville by her Coarse Grits. 5 lbs _u____ .30

has brother been Sergeant stationed Jim at Camp Miller\Johnston who Dew, who is conducting revival Fine Grits 5 Ib.. _-_..._ .30 Corn Beef Hash can ------ .13

..... .....,.rthe. past several weeks, and who re- addressed services at a the crowded First house Baptist church, Meal L bolted 5 Ib.. u______ .30 Vienna Sausage, can ------ .10

"f turned Mr. Miller to his has duties since received Sunday night.let evening when he spoke on the Thursday subject Bandy's OpeningMarch Meal water ground. 6 Ibs. .30 Cream of Wheat Dk<<. ____ .24 \

a "The Signs of the Times, the Second Western Pork Chops Ib
.35
or
from Jim he had been Lima ----
ter stating pro Coming of the Lord in the Lightof Beans 18c. 2 Ibs. for.' .35

moted and was ordered' to Charlotte the World War"Dr. 8th 1918 Nan Beans 19c Ib, 2 for__ .35 Whole Hams Armour's Star 45
N. C., in command of a squad of fifteen Dew is
an eloquent speaker and ,
men. handled the subject with an under No. 1 can Tomatoes 3 for__ .25 'Sliced Ham ib, __________ .40

Mr. Mills of Wisconsin spent a few standing and power that :'i'jid the at- Beat Oleo Butterine. Ib. .30 Peanut Hay. 100 Ibs _____ 2.00
days here last week enjoying our de- tention of the listeners and as his "

lightful climate. Mr. Mills is a brother voice vibrated through the large auditorium Nut Butter Ib 4J Natal Hay. 100 Ib.. _______ 2.00
of Mrs. D. A. Dodbe, who will be and echoed through the gal !
remembered by our older citizens as leries scarcely a sound was heard IL:: Kelloe's Toasted Corn Flakes .11 Toilet Paper, Sc, six: for ____ .25-

the wife of lev. D. A, Dodge, who from the hundreds. of people gathered =-- c-cc-=: -- :=-= __ __ = _==
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was pastor of the Presbyterian church there. .
'a number of_ years ago. He states Dr. Dew substantiated every statement I Everybody cordially invited. You will be treated right.
that Mr. and Mrs.*Dodge are now living by readings' from the Bible W. n. ARNOLD ALAN J. MACDONOUCn

at Berkley, California the latter which ,were given oy members of the
being 80 years old, in good health and congregation as called, ) ARNOLD & MacDONpUGH Split Nickle Grocery
as spry as many women much younger. The interest shown continued
Miss Louise, their talei.ted daughter throughout the meeting and numbersof Contractor, Engineers, Architects ,
overtaxed herself while attending people manifested a desire for PHONE 141. 422 BROADWAY.
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'IX THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.. FRIDAY._ pn n _MARCH____ 1_, _iQtftTb __

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: .--u-;;. That'f Ofe* Not Affect the Head Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Days -I 7, ,..

. ""' .u.-I It. tnnig atid Uxttlv, *'rflrct.LAXATlVBHRUMOUUINlNBUbcttrrtbanorrtloiry- : Vmr dniKKliit' will refund money;, If PAXO CROP iiii 1918
OINTMHNT fails to cure an Ca.. of Itching;J NUMBER 25 J
II Oulnln and dun not cause .uenou.oe. norrtarinv I' Blind lllrrdinir Protnidintr I'lle./In61ol4day>,
In head.. Remember the full name aDd The fitM application gives. KM aDd l Menu Sac.I ] ...Commicajen
took lor tbc atgDeture ol E. W. GROVE. Joe. I .

I This is the twenty-fifth of'8 so- Second, two or three weeks later, or
riea of articles covering the Control of -,
\ about a month after the falling of the
the various insects and diseases we '
Strengthen America.How may expect on our Florida crops. I petals', .use same spray as for first ap- FLORIDA

shall endeavor to give directions for plication.
avoiding trouble as far as possible, Third, about a month before the OPENS < ASSET /_ CLOSES

for recognizing it when it appears, fruit ripens, spray the self-boiled w MARC H
and for the best control. These articles lime-sulphur omitting the poison (arsenate rc Ru '(4

cannot cover all individual of lead. ). 26
the Liquor Business needs! so I invite personal correspon- Self-boiled lime-sulphur solution is. 1
dence, whether from the backyard made as follows:
I ,,' y garden or commercial plantings) Fresh stone lime______8: lbs.
MRS. N. M. G. 1'RANGE, Flowers of /sulphur____8 lbs.
Affects You Chairman' Committee on Plant Common caustic or "rock" lime will Are You Coming ToqFlorida's

Disease and Insect Control, Jack do, bat White Rock Lime In cans is
sonville. }'Ia''. better: Put the lime in a barrel and
If are being fooled by the idea that the "wet"nd "dry"fight '
you add enough water almost. W cover it. Own Show
in this country mean nothing to YOU-that doesn't. affect, . WATERMEElA) S (Con.) As soon as 'the lime begins to slake

your interests one way 01 the other-. Root and Stem Rot: This disease the ,sulphur should he added, after ,
attacks many different plants- watermelon running it through! sieve to 'break
the dope of the -
l lulled by' liquor
If being to sleep men
i you are squash, pumpkin, beans, the lumps.. The mixtureshould be Florida's first 'State "Fair
that THE TOWN i is prosperous and therefore YOU can afford, to carrots, cabbage! ,cauliflower cotton,, constantly .stirred and more water EXHIBITS I 'and Exposition _will surprise .

"lei Hell enough 'alone"- lettuce, Irish potatoes radishes, sweet added to form a thin paste. The lime -_ you by its showing' of the gigantic -
'J that because YOU don'tpatronize potatoes, garden peas'etc. It is mostdestruct.lve will supply enough heat to boil the ;
If you are being deceived by the thought U.. S. 60YESNUEKT resources of the State
on young plants as mixture several minutes.. A* soon aa
the I&loon.it'. can't.hurt. you- "damping off" but may cause great it is well slaked, water should be added 25 FLORIDA COUNTIES as it demonstrates these to

If you are foolishly generous in the conviction that because YOU loss on older plants. The fungus 1 to cool the mixture and'prevent' the world. ALIVE t''
grows within the roots and stems but further cooking. It Is then; ready to STOCK 't i
don drink booz-e is good reuon .wl1y should do anythingto There is a serious
.t no you purpose
breaks. out several, Inches rbove the be strained into the spray tank,.,di- AGRICULTURE
OTHER fellow .from'enjoying ''il-. if he wants toIf of behind' everything' that the
keep the: surface of the ground to form its luted und applied. The.r.Love.ahV'\1ld .
'yon are being fooled by any of these things! Suppose you stop fruiting bodies. Sanitary1 !soil condi- make fifty gallons of Kpray. If the ... EDUCATION State Fair seeks to accomplish I

for jest j one minute and read the following statements: tions are the only'means of control. mixture is allowed to remain fifteenor WOMAN'S WORK =: the further development of :

First:-You know that the standard of wages paid in the shop is, Watermelons are almost-sure to be twenty minutes after slaking .is/ IMPLEMENTS the agriculture and industry :
attacked The the into
f severely by aphis. completed sulphur goes a .
determined not by that high-grade worker who has made good /grower should prepare for -such trouble solution and will be injurious to peach MACHINERY of Florida. It will offer the

because he sacrificed to win 'out-but very largely by the low- as one of the incidents to watermelon foliage; therefore, it is most Import. MANUFACTURERS most complete exposition ever

grade,man .who boozes and who can. just get into the shop-door production. Black Leaf 40 is ant to stop the cooking at the right attempted of the educational d
FOOD PRODUCTS
a sure control. Root knot must be time by the addition of cold water. and other advantages of Florida -
because workers scarce. Somewhere between the .the
are two avoided, by selection of land as the The spray must be well) strained so POULTRY
;:-:: = = :Z fflws ..tnkesv!' .awage. I\'f.auageauv",
boozers there are, the lower the tale'! of "wagesj paid Y 1i le"'ihrig'* 'in j>Dt-yv"Trir! *< w"y-o.li i 4je.a ttacks Jj):.. liefldy! R.'?. hard'on.. . foliage as otherfunglcld ments along'materialline .
.roan, even if he's sober--and this means lower wages )for youfDOESN'T various caterpillars, bugs; and'beet- >*. ". \\f.'T.J.-...t'"!' 'ffissfSKas'tSlsaiSSSBi:'! ,;;4 to;;' ::....CCESSOAIES Profit? and pleasure\ will 1 be
lea, control of which has been fully\ Scab shows'", black specks on one I combined" *
TEXTILES for
:every'VlaitoriKMusic z, ''
THIS AFFECT YOUR POCKET-BOOK? covered in other articles. side of the fruit.. This side does not '. ]'''' m 'fI
FISH & GAME lovers will-revel
i I'EACIIESRroen grow -us fast as the other which often con
iI Second:-Life insurance men know that making or selling or Rot and Curculio: Crown causes the peach to crack. The flesh'I FORESTRY'' certs by bands of fame. UniQue -
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is trouble which takesa the diseased is of '
rot a fungous near pnrt greenish and original forms of
booze shortens life 'S life insurance'
TMrt scarcely
drinking a heavy toll from the peach crop each color and has a bitter taste. Scab is clean will afford
that will insure a bartender .or a brewery worker because the controlled : amusement
company year while at timer curculio destroys by the treatment for Brown. RECREATION AND entertainment
of his occupation-and life insurance companies are not practically the entire crop Rot.Curl every minute.INFORMATION .
in the anti-saloon business. either through dropping in the early is a fungus disease. that 'destroys FOR Pretentious in conception and .

stages: or by the wormy fruit later.' the starch producing capacity THE WHOLE FAMILY astounding!' ; in performance the.
But they have only one insurance rate for ordinary men -drinkers of the leaf thus
The adult curculio is a beetle in greatly lessening the Florida State Fair and Exposition -
and non-drinkers, and they compel the man who doesn't booze to which early spring feeds on the ten vitality of the tree. It is controlledby I will afford more fun

make up for the extra amount that the boozer should pay. '. der \\ivia. By spraying: time the spraying with one gallon: lime- 'I 12 PERMANENT and more information than
beetles nay be killed before egglaying sulphur solution to nine gallons wa :
DOESN'T THIS AFFECT YOUR POCKET-BOOK? season. The,.o not killed cut u ter in dormant season. '. BUILDINGS ever before was Offered a fair-.
crescent shaped slit in the skin of the fellows Little Peach and Crown ,, going public

Tbird-Slor .keeper know that men who spend too much of young/ fruit and deposit an egg under (Jail are incurable so far us known.
the flap thus formed. Many of the Destroy trees us soon us the. trouble!
their money for booze don't pay the [ bills---but SOMEBODY( has fruit thus injured fall to the ground.: is definod. '"Get Your Ticket to Jacksonville"
to them, they simply boost (he original of the Yellows show
got pay so price Those that hang: on the tree develop by prematurely ripe.
goods to allow for such losses. And so the man who DOESN'T ,. quite normally, showing no outward red-spotted fruits, and premature un-
.. booze helps the bill of the boozer.DOESN'T sign of the .worm\ which bus workedits folding of the led buds into slender
pay way to the center, waxing fat on pale shoots, or into branched! brown, .
the good living at hand :nd! prcsl'ntinK like growths. .
THIS AFFECT. YOUR POCKETBOOK? a most unpleasant surprise to the Rosette shows( in the leaf buds bad .ear out of ton means a ten per- The KiMRimmee Cattle Company is
unwary consumer of the supposedly growing into compact tufts or "ros cent loss in the. t'ropn los that. cannot opening up one of the. )largest! cattle
i Police courts, jails, hospitals, almshouses, insane asylums and delicious fruit. ettes seldom more than two or three he made good the necessity for ranches in the southern part of the

I similar institutions are supported by your taxes. Fully half. the Two applications of a combined inches long.: A pa.rt..of the whole of' testing every ear, even though care state There are W.OOO: acres: now

''business"cJLjhese institutions comes. as a direct result of the fungicide (self-boiTed lime-sulphur) the tree may be affected. l Death soon readily selected and. stored, Income under fence and numerous and expensive -
traffic. and insecticide (emanate of lead results.; apparent. If this ten per rent buildings have been erected. The
liquor pastels) and a third application pf, the Little peach causes fruit to ripen loss in Termination would have pro ranch is <>;o miles below Kissimmee1
p THIS AFFECT YOUR fungicide alone, made thoroughly: and some two weeks earlier than normal duced five bushels, of corn had theseed and the land in four l'OuntiesOsceola -
DOESN'T POCKETBOOK? I
at right time will practically control and at about one-third to onehalfthe been good, with corn selling at Polk, IteSotO.end >Okeeehobee.
ISN'T it business if men booze both of these pests. usual size. The flesh is stringy one dollar a bushel, it simply means Sanford Herald.
your First, at the time the shucks are and of insipid or bitter flavor. that the ear that was lost or would
You cant'afford to be TOO generous with what belongs to your shedding( from the young fruit, use Crown .gall consists of tumor-like not grow made the test worth five

family. two pounds arsenate of ,lead paste to growth near the surface of the' dollars at the outset. Croup ?

Your FIRST obligation is to them-not to the who thoughtlessly fifty gallons self-boiled lime-sulphur ground. Or, to view it from another apple,
man mixture. (To be continued) one good ear of corn used to supplantone
lowers the rate of wages increases life insurance premiums bad one in ten, would be worth Have this effective remedy-at hand

boosts the costs of the necessities of life, and ''runs up your five dollars figured on the same pro- for croupy children. It's thankful\
'taxes-all because he insists that saloons shall be maintained for Bay County: Every family is raising ductive basis; Can the farmer affordto relief. Pleasant to take. Mildly laxative. ,
County Agents' Report a hog, even the doctors and busi- r
plant a single bad ear? The only
o'd' a"
if( HIS convenience--no S AT H by druggist
"" matter where YOU get off.' ,', ness men are raising them on scraps way to be sure not to. do it Is to test

," iIIFciR:1'HIS'SAKE"AS: I : .WELL*- 'n"ASjYOURSiivOTE' '> r' Jin rj r'LZ 9tMl j 'AvVtl1/1!\ iW'f f#( \:( and Wakulla cooked.turnips. one' '\ schoolthere every.. ear before plantings era
1' DRYSm& \l Clay Countyt'Farmers'are) prepariing : ", County} ;-.At Neither should corn grown in some .s
i' $J Ilb m'VSim&f&i k.9 a Si1'' ;to planti a,,large, acreage, of i sweet has, been organized a girl's can distant district' be selected for plant- . ,
I !( have i that|the" tralflc,an]Alcohold potatoes land(( J(have mad<| extensiveseed ning,clubman; egg circle a home demonstration ing. Because corn is influenced greatly -
harm than 'farm' has broken and club and a boys' club', "f, ," "
el more good-kelp stop it! ; by the environment under which it iscoverVr : W
I harrowed 6500 acres of land to be Pinellas County: Many farmers are is grown the farmer''buying seed corn ,:
planted to staple crops. Another farm being induced to plant rice. One will is urged to get it from a source whereit '
America of seven thousand acres is being1 de plant seventy acres, a large acreage has been grown under conditions for Coughs GoldsGamut
Strengthen CampaignThis veloped. Tractors are doing' the plow. for this county where usually only ,' as nearly as possible like thoseto
ing on this farm* small fields of any one crop is grown. which it will be subjected. Importingcorn
Taylor County: A meeting of farm C..ati ti.a SickMM
Madison County: One fanner !sold from different states or even \t'
( advertisement was prepared by Charles Stelzle and furnishedus 87 head of, hogs last week for $2361. ers' was held February 16 at which from distant parts within the state! Don't permit yourself to become "
by W. I. Steed) Jackson County: One farmer recently the good qualities of the peanut for may lead to disappointment at the constipated, a*your system immediate
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sold forty hogs that averaged Florida farms was discussed and the next corn harvest. ly begin to absorb poison from the
farmers were urged to grow them for Care in preparing the seed bed and backed-up waste matter. Use Dr.
months for 12
193 pounds at eight 1-2 I'
Kin New Life Pill and ,
; keep well.
the market. There is
a possibilityof
in the seed
-- cents a pound. The Alliance'district selecting eorn, may proveto I
.
..... ...o.o.O..OOOOOtooo..OOOOo getting the farmers to plant a be the than half There > no better safeguard against
of
ooooooo. too.o has shipped $30,000 worth of cane syrup making more illnfM.Try it tonight; .. All druggists
the also thousand acres. None were plantedfor the ,
crop.
past season. They ship
I from there an average of 300 dozen market last year. -
D.C.WagoerlnsuranceAgency.2nd week. Citrus County: Farmers in one
eggs a
part of the county will have to buy
Duval County: Return from an little for their tables other than flour' 'r '-4tt f

Floor Citizens Bank Bldg., Phone No. 30. eight-acre farm four miles west of and coffee. They have corn for meal, ;
Jacksonville} were $6500 from two bacon, lard and syrup. :Most of them ---L Pk \ :

The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Co of crops November green of Irish beans last'potatoes between year and and January a one splendidcrop crop and having I it sparingly.made some sugar and are usIng Plant Three Avocado ; I


WE REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK, HART of cabbage will be sold and out .THICK:, GLOSSY HAIR Trees On Your Place; ..i( ""' .
of the in time to plant Irish
FORD AND MANY OTHER way po
FIRST-CLASS FIRE
INSURANCE tatoes again. Stable manure and 16 FREE FROM DANDBUFf Better Still Plant '
COMPANIES ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE j
; INSURANCE CO., per cent acid phosphate were used as
I AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE fertilizer.. A Grove This Season !1 1
Girls! Try Its! Hair geta soft, fluffy and ;
LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO. Liberty County: There is a great b.autlful-Get a small bottleof V -
BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive demand for purebred hogs. Some Danderlne.' Owners of bearing avocado groves :t4t

j purebred sows have farrowed pigs making enormous profita. The .J

Insurance which were sold. even before they If nutty flavor of the avocado, -t
were farrowed. you care! for heavy taJr that glli-
Holmes The is ten with beauty and is radiant with its wonderful food value, have. \\t.;
County: .gent attempting "
ALSO BONDS
AND LIABILITY. demand that for
organize a fleet of a new life; baa an incomparable softness and a years to 'f",1
IN THESE DAYS .DF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION. type, consisting: of three or four ships. ia fluffy and: lustrous, try Daoderme.Ju will)) exceed the supply. r,
AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION. The first is owner-ship, which is very .; t one application doubles the This season plant avocados grove, t

essentional to success. Give the boy beauty of your hair, beside it; immediately if possible Even a few. trees will!) \

an acre to' plant in corn, or 1pijt.. diasblves every particle of mean ready money, besides supplying '
The next is the partner-ship, in which dandruff. You can not have nice heavy, ?1.
: this delicious food-fruit for home
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parents are expected to embark on a healthy; hair if you have dandruff. Thi use. j
voyage with their children. An auxiliary destructive scurf rob the hair of Its Takeadvantageoftheopportunitynow.I I "i

jettenCropsHeavy(! that is most desirable is fellow- lustre, its strength and its very life, ...J.,
Home in the Citrus Belt
NA ship, because in the stress of actionit and if not overcome it produce a fever- Every j

and can comfort.bring in But a the cargo of courage ishnes and itching of the .scalp) the Y Should Have a Few Trees ,
great ship, the hair poets. famish, loosen and die; then 1 :
flagship that commands the Attention the hair fall out fast. Surely; pet a We offer the choicest varieties= S .'
yield of high clan products are necessary of all is citizen-ship: it carries thecountry's small bottle of Knowlton' Daoderine Mexican for the colder aections, Guatemalan

to bring a.bif net profit to the grower. The Leon County power: The cottonseed oil from any drug store and just try I it. for intermediate, and South .;,

banner record for each result hat been held for mill will be converted into a peanutoil TEST EACH CORN-EAR American for extreme South Florida.Foreconomfcaawellasotherreasons. I Ie

tile lit quarter-century by mill i if a sufficiently large acreageof ,., ,. ,
peanuts is planted to Justify the Much of It That Looks Good Will .every home owner should plant at least t

change. Not Grow If Planted. a few avocado trees-with a Calamondin
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Escambia County One of the
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Ideal Fertilizers banks Lemon Lime tree for acid. _
has agreed to buy peanut seed for the The thorough testing of seed corn or
I farmers and sell it to them at cost is one of the greatest importance this I By planting early-maturing, mediumand

I Calhoun County: Two organizations year. Ears of corn may look good late varieties you can have ripe,
Seed for oar Free Book on aH commercial have recently been effected in and yet lack the vitality to germinate fruit practically every month in the

crop of Florida; also our Spray Catalogue. this county thru which farmers will and produce a crop when 'planted. c\ year. Plant Avocados the invest
market their livestock, corn, velvet Aside from wasting the fertilizer
Special advice a ment will big. ,,'
gladly given beans, "sweet potatoes, peanuts or poor stand of corn makes a field a ,Day

any other product they may wish to slacker-It can not produce to full Nsw Itlt catak*. MW early, forty
sell co-operatively. "4weHbw.__ Tails abut Tut .
capacity. That is why the *
ft Universityof &1M, !tow. WBMI ..... whar te I
plant
Wilson & roomer Fertilizer Co Washington County: A Iris a acre- Florida Experiment Station is urg- and viv. nveh .u.._ __-.
r t age has been planted to potatoes ing: the .seed. test particularly this Writ today tat tnm evpy.Beasoner .

Mire Ideal FertiIizen.JacLo.mDe + peanuts in this will county.be planted Corn as, a peas follow, or year.Get busy with the tester. Test Bros., Royal Palm Nurseries ,

FIa. gDEA1 ratings crop. Indications are that the hun- every ear, and reject every one that .. arsakl ..... "-, n.u. r rI
dred acre of cucumbers, the acreage does not show 100 per cent germination. -
necessary to get a salting"stationwill This 'tested seed is the only ,
4sleaftaa be planted. One farmer who believes kind that can be recommended this '
in hog insurance hall spent $50 for year and is worth far more for seed I .:pI -.;,.. -;- ,
serum and disinfectant aid has saved than corn as it comes from the crib. ,

-- -- -........ $2000 worth of hogs "' When it is remembered! that one ...:. .: n '
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I. -- THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1918 .. SEVER -,

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I I IIf I i to United States surveys In the 21st.. :I rrf the Clerk of the Circuit Court of candidate. receiving the nomination,

4 .- I I of Florida 686.11 arren. situated County, Florida., cxceiitinx' and Purchaser to pay for deed. Kisslrnm.ee as the nominees of this
, If I RUMINATIONS OF REX I t reserving however out of the above Dated' January 29th. A. D. 19t5. I party for offices to be voted for at tho
described premises twenty (2'')" ncrei O. P. OARKETT.Speelal general election to be held March IV,
pCIIRSON F FIIRMER on the <' >iterl. !)' shore of Live Oak L.nk Master In Chancery. .8..
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now um-cl and Improved an a banana KRinBS A STEED. I Assessment
The following may please me of' tion of this land hold. The old gen plantation.Uuted Solicitors for Complainant 75irllMTIT \ For the purpose of defraying the expenaes .
tleman is very enthuaiastic over his November Slut. 117 of .the primary election Including
our readers,: Two Irishmen Mike truck farm and has made extensive J. L,. OVKHSTHKI3T i'v .nl'HT. "TATM' (ft. the payment of Inspectors and
and Pat, went into an eating saloon Lllt ..1'.181 ?M".I. ..-|..ORIII.Illa ":>TII J| 1,14 IM.tlltt clerks printing of ballots dIe', the following
SELLS calculations for the future ''prospects, .
tire ""C'U.'ot. >TIN \ assessments are l..vl,0 against
to obtain a meal, ]rat got hold of the In fact the entire city is more or less (4)M'II'Si4)Eit'S '1..1 .- ('11" III( KHY : prospective candidate varlou.ofl..e. .)

mustard pot and using it too freely enthused over the supply question and I to be filled :

Fire Life Accident and it brought tears to his eyes. "Arrah,', should the season prove favorable I.. rr Kutat of. t...._....r.R..- T.'m.., U.4" .- I). (i.....Perry, Cosaplaluaa i I Clerk, five five dollars dollars.

I 1 said Mike "and what are you crying there will be so much to spare-or the 1\ 1111.m :>. Perry. Defendant. I Treasurer five. doll"

Health ,, Plate Glass Liability -, fore Pat?" "I'm crying," said Pat general market that ,it will be one of I Notice la heel)' given that under tOltth'.I.: hn'f..Jyln affidavit appended I Marshal. and five dolI.ro. -
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"to'think of me poor old granUdaddu the best financial ventures our citizens And by virtue. of, an order I..u..ot. bj bill the abovestatedcadso .
that William N. Perry, the defendant Member. City Council, wO dollar
Hon. James \\ Perkins, Judge of the
and Boiler Insurance. what was hung long ago. Mike got have ever made. The war has Seventh JudlrlRl Circuit of the State therein, named Is a nonresident ...p..r
the pot and 'a useof Its content! created a farming craze which will of Florida on the Both day of January, nf the State' of Florida and la a. The following tn..ctor and clerkare

brought tears to his eyes and Mike benefit the entire county I A. .l>. ISIS) : I, a* Cotnmlaalonnr, will :sell resident of IUc land. State of WashliiHtoa. hereby ... .., the
Executed
Legal .Bonds said "Pat what are you trying Our noble secretary of war ( Baker) ..t' pUblic Auction Sale! at the floor ol over the age of twentyamyears said primary election
the Court house In ; It la therefore ordered that, aald Inspectors: H. N. B. O. Vans,
.. about?" "B, jabbers," saJd Mike, and his worthy aid have accomplishedwhat I to the highest ,and bent llartow.blddi Florida, for non-resident defendant b.. and he If. Agmew' J. E. Iraton.

Same Day.Needed// "I'm crying to think you wash't"hung appeared/? at the beginning/ an I ..a.... during the.. leicnl hours of ..a I... hereby required to appear. to the bill Clerk: Edgar Katz
when your granddaddie was?" Impossibility.> The, selective draft on Monday the drat day of April; A. I). of complaint filed In said cause on 01. 7.1 W. C. BASS. Chairman.
the 22nd of Mnrch
before Friday day
My opinion ,is that the most Indus was a, measure which was deemed the 1918. the situate following In thv cleacrlbed realeatatei A., I>. 191 1K, otherwise the allelation"l !.NOTICR OK EXECUTOR

OFFICE State Bank Building trious woman in the city .of Klsainv most unreasonable means, that could and State of ,Florida to.wlt County,: of Polk I of said bill will be taken <.'., Final laekarse.'

: mee is our next-door neighbor, Mrs. be adopted and one that was supposed Lot Four (4") In H.-ctlon' One ( l.an) Ity said defendant.. I I. C..rt .f County ..._. .. l.
Clark. From early morn until, sundown would create chaos which would be injurious Lot Two (2) In Section Two IS) and It III further ordered that this orderbe County State .f VJerldn. .
published once a wdek for foul i
she can be .found 'In the garden to the good and welfare of our the Four north(8 and one-hnlf 4)) In Section of I-olK Two. Three II) and an<1 consecutive' weeks In the KlaalmmeiValley i I. r. Estate of Joan W. SitbsNotice

busy With the hoe or rake and the re- country but behold actual results:: the south one-hntf, of the ...outh.'a"tquart..r Uaiette. a newspaper publishedIn : Is hereby given to al whomIt
suit is that, they have a beautiful An army has been procured as if by of Ser4lori 'Two This 14th day of February 1914 August A. D. 1918, I shall apply tuthe >
well cared for tract that is a pleasure magic; nearly a million men have Township Twi-nty-nlne 29) South .
Range Twentnlne (29) Ka"t. lean the (Circuit Court J. t,. OVKKHTRKBT Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge of
to see. Mr. Clark is at work awa; been landed on French ground, and southwest quarter of th.> southeast Heal" Clerk Circuit. Court sold Court as Judge of Probate. form

Bunnell- from home, being what is termed a about as many more are ready for quarter of Kcrtlon Two CI), Township Krlbbs & Steed final! discharge as Executor of the
:* Barclay boss carpenter so that both though trensportation. This without disturb. Twenty-nlnn 29) South. Itanve Tweii. Soll..It.ra tot Complalnan.41 estate of John W. Smith deceases;
and that at the same time I will
tr ty-nlne 1211) Knat, In tho pre.
separated in their several duties, ance worth noticing. The power of Polk.. State of Florida. County.' r >! O1HK TO: (.'n.. nl'l'OHI!! sent my final account. as Executor of

.- work together for good. this country can never be properly! imted ..I. Klu.lmmr-e Florida this .a>d estate,. and ask far their approval.
,', Our city farmers are enthusiast!* appreciated.Mr. February 25th 191 S. .. Court of the Conntr .J..... Oaceoli Dated-- J.nuar2. A. D. 191*.

'Realty-Co. over future prospects and if love. of .' Ross Graves, since* retiring WM. O. ZF.PPJoItER County, Stale of. Florida. 8-lam6m S. SMITH.Executor.SOTIIK .

country has anything to do with the from business is engaged in.. the .1.\ Aa Coinmlaaloner.MAtOH'N I. '... Estate lOt I). A. Anatlal '

raising of supplies, they are certainly!; pleasant business of dairying. lie hai PR4)'i.,4MATION To all Creditors. I.exatees. Dl. rit>u. OF APPLICATION FOR TAX

the most patriotic set tbt. the coun. several fine cows and can frequently! .. tees and all Persons having Claims IIKKD

: : Bank of Orange try affords. be' seen passing to and from hs pas' Under, I. J. and S.' Cadel by the Mayor power of vested the City Irme or Your Demands and each against of you,said are hereby Estate:notified Notice I. hereby gl.n'that 8. U Her-

Sellers Thompson has at last found ture during- the day with his fine lit. of Klaalmmee. Florida do hereby an. and required to present any gert and Oeorge .. *
a job congenial to both his taste l nd tie pony attached to a buggy. lie flounceproclaim.. and declare that nr claims and demands which you or of Tax Certificate No. 17* dated the Sth,
Orlando Florida that of has also with fair .election. will be held at the City Hall either of you, may have airalnst the day of July. A. D. 116. have filed said
home a potato a
consumption- dropping crop
In saId City. during the legal hour of estate of I). 8. Austin deceased lat certificate In my o"le. and have made
potatoes. He is on his second week) prospect of repeating his previous ex voting: on Saturday the 30th day ol of Osceola County, Florida to the" undersigned application for tsfx deed to Issue In
for J. B. Taylor and has other pros. perience. He is certainly pro\4ng! March A. D. ISIS for the purpose o'electlnK .executor of said estate. accordance with law Said certificateembraces
pects ahead. that he is better adapted to the dairy the following olTlcora for the within two years from the date hereof the tolo.ln" d..crlb.
Dated 4th A. D. 1911. situated
February
The warm weather during last week and farm than behind the counter term fne of Mayor one year viz: O. F.,AUSTIN. property.I..rlda. to-wlt: It ,

Dining'Room' *ofah. createda..l'Ush, :.among,..our.farrnuandemthdf'ir ? -; lH!.PBi..,Ta rdlwi.e ..1.'i'i! : ;,\<'.'t 'JJMffl.J... : '.. I ;'" ............'*,'w I''''' l I 'UJ *"Stsirtiitiatp'i&'fijIl! '>i.mJ"utoJ: !; \26 ;."U SE4rMetlofl! ; *1.T.w".htp. ..."'
r- I& o iia'rather: J. Into One Marshal and Tax: Collector. Mouth Range 27 East.

.'" than. February. competition with some of our best One treasurer, . MA8TKK-S SALK The said land being assessed at the
HotelIs Also to for the term or dae of Issuance of said certificate In
Manhattan serve IWO
Mr. E. H. Fennell and lady have farmers. His original five acres with years: Two members of the City Council Notice Is hereby given that under the name of C.- M. Candy;" Unless saidcertificate
not as yet .found a purchaser for the which he commenced has Increased to and by virtue. of a Final Decree In .h.l be redeemed according
Now Open grocery store. The stand is a solen- about eight and he' has the reputa I hereby appoint H. N. Ttratton. S. K Chancery In the case of Fred Uoborson to law t will Issue thereon on
did and they certainly have made tion of being one the most skillful LiUpfer and In.. Vans Agnew an InSpector vs. H. "'. Weaver; Z. Bass and Annie the llth. day of March, A. I). 191*.
Mrs. R. B. SavafB Owner and Mgr. one JL. OVERSTREET.
and BdsaT Katz as Clerk 01 E. Mass his wife; and Bass Construction <
money there. Perhaps their failureto farmers in the county. Favorable .re Raid election. Company. a corporation defendants (Seat). 1 1\\ Clerk Circuit Court Os-

sell i is the lack of advertising.The suits may be expected. In fact, our In witness wh..ot'l have hereunto pending In the Circuit Court ol i ceola .
mosquito which comes with the citizens, or those who have the opportunity set my hand alt Mayor of aald City and the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the -5t_By BULLOCK. D. .
.W. B. Crawford te Jaml the food caused the zeal of said City to be State of Florida In and for Osceola
warm weather don't to have are solving problem
NOTICE
appear In TO CREDITORS
the
hereunto arrived this 28th day of Feb. County Chancery undersigneda
CRAWFORD it JARRELLATTORNEYSAT.LAW invaded to any extent. We have none promulgated by the government ruary. A. l>. 1118. Special Master In Chancery wljl sell
of them at our place. A man on' a Wm. Bronson, who cultivated a (Seal! ) JOHNR..f'o\OEJ.. at public outcry for cash In hand. to I. C..rt of the Coantr .J.' ..., State oC
I the the highest bidder at the front door Florida, 0.1. .."' .
visit to one of the Louisiana colonelswas farm at pleasant Hill, brought in several Mayor of City of ol lare
Offices: 4 5 6 and 7 Citizen }Klaalmmve Florida the Court House In' Kissimmee. County F..t. of Jeanrtto N. Pkllltps.To .
badly bothered wjth them on the wagon loads of the finest looking Attest: of Osceola, State of Florida during Cr.dltor. legatees, DI.trlbu.t"
p- Bank Building: occasion of his first night. Attemptto sweet potatoes we have peen this J. It. OIr.nJo RT. the legal hours of sale on Monday the and Persons having Claim

KUiimmee Florida sleep in the room allotted to him year. Mr. Bronson traded his place City Clerk., 11-5 1I 4th day of March A. D. 1918 the followIng or Demands against said Estate:
You and each of you are hereby no-
described property:
useless. The following morning for one in the suburbs of the city reserving -
p was
THK' (-011 NT" COI'IIT IN ANn! fOn Lot Six 18) of Block Six (.) of Roberson's tilled and required to present any
DR. W. W. CARSON when the negro servant came into the the crop which he had planted. OSCKOLA rOI1N'rIITATI'' Addition to the' Town of Kis claims and demands which you or
room with water and towel the unhappy and he has been engaged for several : OKFi.oninA simmee, according to the plat filed In either of you. may have against the
DENTrST said the office of the Clerk' of the Circuit estate of Jeanette N. Phillips deceased
victim asked why there were days gathering crop. lie received of Osceola late of Oaceola County. .to
Court Florida.
Office over Pilley Building no misquito curtains in the room. a large price per bushel for his ATTA'flMI'NTA""IIMP"IT Purchaser to pay County.for deed. the undersigned Executor Florida

CHnos Hours; .-11. 1-4 "Doesn't the colonel have any in his potatoes to our city merchants. This DAMAOKM PIOo.OO\' Dated January 29th A. I). 1918. estate, within two year from the data
Osrle. 'Phone It* R.sld.noe 'Ph..* lida room ?"asked the visitor. "No suh," year he.is farming at home. Onrntlm Hardware Camffumft m 4'orp> W. B. CRAWFORD. I hereof.

... ...lol.t.r.Tssth.. for Extraction. of replied the negro. "Well how on One of the Democratic Rooster's ration.V.. rialBtlfr... 'IN.n. KRIBBS &Special STEED. Master In Chancery: i Dater. December S4th 8., PHILLIPS.A, D. 1(17.BCEVA .

earth can he stand it," said the vis' youngest progeny! was found courting ... Hay, ItTtrmtmmt. Solicitors for Complainant. 781JVOTKK 4.kt Executor.
itor. "Well sub" came the reply his own grandmother; this being in

J. W. THOMPSON "In the fore part ob de night de colonel violation of the rigid laws of fowldom To Nathan/ Ray, Philadelphia. Pa., OK KXKCUTOIl IV THE CIRCUIT COURT Of
is mos' gen'ly so 'toxicated dat the culprit received a severe sentence And' all Others whom It may: concern : (For Klnal nUrharae) SRIKMTH JliniCIAI. CIRCUIT THi
It apponrlnar bv, return of the Sheriff
THE STATE':) OK FLORIDA IN
he don't pay no 'tention to de skeet and a warning that a repetition of of Oaceola Count/". Florida upon the In Court of .r....,. (1.1...... Oareola AltO! FOR OSCKDLA roUN.
Funeral DirectorAND era, and In the las' part ob de nightde said crime would forever banish him. aummona Issued. In this case that vou C....,.. State of ...I.rl... TY IN CHONCKRYR.
skeeters is gen'ly so 'toxicated dat from the realm of fowldom. are A non-resident of the State of Flor I -

dey don' pay any 'tention to de col The fair has caused Hunter's Para ida. and that, State you are of a Pennsylvania resident olPhiladelphia .. re Estate of I.lssle Moavleyt ,. P. .,.._. Complainant
Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt .
one!." dise to be again the scene of an active /and plaintiff applying to this Court for may concern that on the Slat day. Otis Mleveas. and J. Lacier, Defend.a .
Our noted farmer and stockman,, and energetic pastime. Tho dear$ are Notice of Institution of this ..ult. to bpublished .. of July. A. D. 1918. I shall apply to the .t. a

. Mr. David Caaon has his force in the becoming tame and the hunters; appear according to law, you arehereby honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of said It appearing by affidavit appended
LICENSED CMBALMCRSUr notified that the above suit was court as Judge of Probate, for my to the Bill l filed In the abovestatedcausa I
be .
field and as he is one of the most to taking advantage of those instituted In the above Court on the.
final discharge as Executor of the that .1. U. Lanier, one of the de.
noted farmers in the county we know conditions and we believe that by the llth day of February A. D. 1918. the estate of Llsile Moseley deceased: and fendants therein named Is a residentof

and Chaps Stewart AT. that business is being carried on when time another draft is declared many same being a suit In Aaaumpslt Claim- that at the same time I will presentmy Oaceola County Plorlda but has
| his family set in. matters of importance will come to Inn damages In the sum of One Hun- final accounts as Executor of said been absent for more .It days
dred Dollars, and carrying a Writ olAttachment estate and ask for their approval. I next this order publi
Klsslrame.. n. Our friend William Temple hal in that direction. pr.c..edlnl
.' pass and the Sheriff' of Oaceola Dated January Kith A. D. 1918.KOOLESTON cation. his address I* CampVh..el..r.
-.. purchased a piece of. muck land With beat wishes for the Valley County. Florida by virtue of the said WILBOURN.7loam6m I \ Macon Georgia over the age
p44e e 4I O ,. through the agency of Mr. Nelson and Gazette editors and employees; also Writ of Attachment has seized .and lev- \ Executor.CALL of twenty-one years; It I* therefor
of for the reader who has led upon as your property the followInir ordered that said J. O. Lanier ba and
these there'll be truck- waded
days throughthis .
one ,
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described real estate In the Countv .
M. TILLER FOR WIIITK' PRIMARY! ELEC.I he Is hereby required to appear to the'
raUingabovethegroundinthedirecANNOUNCEMENTS article. REX. or Oaceola, State of
Florida to-wlt: 'lIONThe'city Bill of Complaint filed In said causeon
Lat One (I) of Oaceola Ke-SubdIvlalon or before Monday the 4th day of
It Real Estate of I..ota Seven (7) and light! (K) of .March AD.. 1918. otherwise the allegations -
i : : .t. Agency. '. I was miserable until I tried buck. Illock "1''' of n. H. P. DroiiB-hfs Addition executive enmmlll..e' the"white of said 81 will betaken a*
.. to the Town of Klaalmmee., man's party" met recently", and confessed by "
thorn bark glycerine etc., as mixed in I Florida therefore formulated the. following call for a delend..nt
are hereby, notl. It Is
further
. Realty bought and told.Houses FOR MAYOR,'"'WiMfcii} I Adler-J-ka.! *&: ONE'--SPOONFUI*'. benefited i fled : and' ordered f you to..appear'Onfi*: 1'whlte m.n' primary">)",fit, '. i !,VvA; .\ be\ \, published once a. week tll. order four 4
'I hereby myself'acandidate 'The city' .executive committee' of the"white
announce' suit on or before the April Rules 'the consecutive weeks In the Klsslmmea
I
rented: for re-election to the office of me INSTANTLY. Because Ad- .same belnir the let day, of April Ai n. mans party In the city orKI..lmm..e Valley Gazette, newspaper published

Taxes paid and Title verified Mayor of Kissimmee and solicit the ler-i-ka empties BOTH' large and i 1918. be It la published further ordered In the Klaalmmee that thisorder holding" a "white hereby man's"call and primary provide election for. In This said Slst County day .of and ft.le. A. D. 151..

for. non-resident support of the voters in the approaching small intestine it relieves ANY CASE Valley Oazette a weekly newspaper to be held In the city of Kllslm- (Circuit J. L. OVERSTREET.
primary. published and of general circulation In mee In compliance with the laws of )
Fire Life and Accident Ia. JOHN S. CADEL. constipation', sour stomach or gas and the County of Oaceola and State' of the State of Florida. said primary to KH'.W a STEED"rk: Circuit' Court

..urance.II prevents appendicitis. It has QUICK Florida once a week for thirty davs. he held during the hours fixed by law. Solicitors for Complainant. 7-St
FOR COUNCILMANI Witness the Honorable T M. Murphy for the' holding" of elections on Saturday _
Indemnity Bonds. am a candidate for re-election as EST action of anything we ever sold. aa J nil ire of said Court and my name March Z,' 1918 for the nomination l\ 4-IRCl'IT COL'BT ATA" OR"
II Citj Councilman of Kissimmee sub- Central Drug Store. aa Clerk thereof and the seal of said. of candidates, for city elective offices to .....
be ifor at the general election to .onlu.SEVITI .lDIVIAL
... .. . . .. . .0.0. . . . . ject to the rules of the approaching Court State' of at Florida Klaslmmee on thla OHei-nla 2Sth County day of he held In said city of Klsslmm onSaturda CIRCUIT, OSCKOLA COUNTY

I, primary. ROMA THOMAS. SOUR ACID STOMACHS February .A. I>. 191 H. )'. March 30, 191R.ttuallneatlons : IN CIIAMCKBV..
of Klretora
. ( .o. ..... .. .. . . . .. c FOR MAYORWe J. I.. OVERHTREKT. those shall
GASES OR INDIGESTION County As Clerk of said Court. Those and only persons I.wl. V. F. ... Coasslslnaat
are authorized to announce the Court Seal) ll-St bo permitted to vote. at, or participateIn vs. .
name of G. F. KRIBBS as 'candi the management of said primary firs.A. Wrest U..,...... .
"Pipe's Olapepsln" neutralize excessive MOTICK TO CHKOITOH election who are white .electors who It appearing by affidavit appendedto
date of the coming
jC.W.; GRIFFIN ; municipal primary acid In stomach, relieving declare their adherence to the principleand the filed In the above-stated
election for the office of mayor.FOnMARSHA dyspepsia heartburn and I. Court of ... County J...... Oaeeola organization: of the "white man's" CAUHC hil Grace A. frost the defendant .
,, LAND-TAX-COr:: ('0...,. State of Florida. party In the city of Klssfmmee. who therein named Is a nonresident of
distress at once. I. re .)..t.t. of A.V.. \\lnnl are by the laws of the city of Kissim the. state of Florida and Is a residentof
> Staple and Fancy LECTOR To all Creditors, Legatees, Ulstrlbnteen mee. lawful electors, who have on> or New York City I St te of New
I I am a candidate for re-election as Time UI I In five minutes all iitom- and all Persons Having": Claims or before February 9.1918, paid their In cure of A. C. Kellogg, at No..or
Marshal and Tax Collector of Kissim- ach didtrcsfl, due to acidity will go. Demands anal-nut said Estate: poll taxes for the. years 1916 and 1917 Broad Street over the age of ... :
,. II No Indigestion heartburn, sourness or .You and each of you are hereby notln..d who hav. registered up to and Including one years; It Is therefore ordered
r and will the
GROCERIES | mee apreciate support qf and requliu! i to present any March lit 1918 and who pledge: said nonresident defendant be' and aha
the voters in the coming primary. belching of gas' or eructations of Undigested claims and demands which YOu. or themselves to abide by the result of Is hereby required to appear to the
CEO. W OVERSTREET. food no dizziness, bloating, foul either ef you. may have against (he said primary election and vote for the bill of complaint filed In said Cause
breath or headache. Mate of A.V.. \Vlnn, dccnaaed.. late of nominees thereof at the ensuing Cit) on or before Monday the 4th day of
: : Free Delivery to all Part I hereby announce myself a candi. I'ape's biapppBln is noted for its Oaceola County. Florida to the Under- election. March, A. l U. 1918 otherwise the allegations \
date for Representative in the signed" Executrix, of estate (luallfleatleaa of CandidatesThose
Leg. said / within of said bill will be taken as
.
S of the City islature from Osceola County. sub- Rpeed in ri'frulatinq upset' stomachs.It two years from the .date hereof. and only those persons, shall confessed by said defendant.It .
is the surest quickest. stomach sweet- Dated February 11th; 1918. be permitted to I become vandMaieH Ins la further. ordered that this order
ject to the action'. of the Democratic etier in the whale world, and besides it BERTHA. L. WINN offices to be \oted for In said ,primary be .- once a week for four conseoutlve -
....oo..o..o..40--s- .++. primary. FRED TH. BASS lit i h.rml..ss. Put an end to stomach 9-9t _BxeculrlxJustlee elections who pledge themselves In weeks In the Kissimmee Val-
ruing to abide by the result of sail llo.azette.! .
published In
FOR MEMBER: CITY COUNCILI :3(Stress.at once by getting a large'fiftysent nf the Peace Court of the Stateof primary elections and support the mi'III I newlllar.,

LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW I am a candidate for member of the : cane of Tape's Diapepnin from any Florida let Itl.trlct. Uiiveola nomlnei thereof, who are qualified ''hll eoun\ ,10th A. D. 191 *.
:inig store. You realize in five minuteshow (OUBt,. under the laws nf the State of l-'lnrlda J1 1OVERSTHEET..
City Council subject to the will of I needless it is to suffer from Indigestion 4'ornvr Ilrun: Store and city of Kissimmee to hold office. (Ct ('t Seal) 'Clerk Circuit Cour .
the people. in the White Man's primary 'a.Aociated. I.lot nf onlcen to he Killed um.sTKEn.Solicitors! .
March 2. If elected I shall drepepnla) or any stomach die. I Munlr PilliHshers %. I'. F11,I'h "'"".'101' I In t he cttof/ KISHlainifliqualified i for Complainant. 7-St
Waring; Building. I order caused by fermentation, due to --'- to. vote In aald primarN .lctlnn ..--
undertake to apply rigid business excessive acid in stomach. To the Associated Music Publishers of Hhall have the right toot<* In 'U'I'II OP foil FINAL
. methods to the people's affairs remembering -I :Newoik : said' pri ma n.e for II1.IX"'I''OII' :
Pat Johnston O. P. Qarrttt .
always that the public You will please ink/ notice that Hlllt ono candidate for mavor. I 1.\ IU"
haN, liven Instituted i In IhlH ( 'unitHKiilnst t one <'andlil.ite, for rlcrk
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW funds. the
are people's money and LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS you In. attnc linient. mill, the One candidate. for treastiier., In (iiuaty Judge's (ourt. Oareola C.aatr .
should be rigidly conserved t t this writ le\li-rt upon the (following d.KPillied ( me candidate for marshal anil tax Slate of Florida.

time of world-wide distress.GEO. i property In (Oaceola' County. Flor. \ritllertor.Two .
Offices 10 11 and 12 Citizen Bath! i\ !HI: IHWIMHT ('ot irr or1i in; .
.. !M. TAYLOR. cnndlilntis for members oT Cit' I. re 1..t.Ce o' isrg.ret E. Koch,..
I Mil.:II "TVIIuM I. KOII 'Illi: idaTwo .
Building: cases of inuslc. xilpposed t lo eontain Council\ for two years each deFter.Ntice .
Kissimmee. Fla. FOR CITY TREASURER '.411! '1 111:11: % MIMIHHT op I I one 1',110.( > Phnnofrrnph.I, 14 ifcordn "Fl\e pienih" exieutl\e commit-
1.'I..nllt t
Hiieet music. tie for, one year'rime
We are authorized to announce the You nn- I Ii..re fore, ..om"n, n.'oJ (I) npluiir lot (a..III'lnoc Is hereby given to all whom
., of A. M. ..InitifNnn \ i.MMt. MM 'rtinlre < i.in- 111111' htunite it mav .nn..rn that on the 14th day of
JOHN WHITE & CO.LOUI8VLL.E.KY. name STOltas a candidatefor i and defend against Hald, aetlon 1 I'h: ) PITHOII disttint' ; to i .
the office of City Treasurer subject pIi.innni.. ln)' nlTlei- In K iHBhiinii--" (" |", Iii. mMonilay. (nintid on; thipiirnary .l. fliinliallitt ,, M'i'.,,. J9"wi.Murphy; Judge will of apply said to Court the
tunltixlI :March 4tli. 1 'niiflidatifur,. nut. <'It v nf.Itln 'r
1'Os. < -
1.1 Judisinent aw a aM, ,
to the Whiteran's: primary to II"..... \\ II...... a.n"I I.Mlli.n II. will nndiitd l.di l.\ II,' .ltall with, tinilillrtn.in. , of this .u.lgn Probate, for our flnal dl's.'
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Libers! ..ssotm.ati be held March 2nd. HF...... his wife. 'I'he temtnnle' Land lltf.'Ulint you . )M1.,1".1", .1" i'x'eutt's: "' t he estate of
'fault. i otmnll, ,I I! fie,' *'I, or hi-foi i !l""i.I n:irv lit1'IIV / ," T:. KorhendeiVr, dec"a.I.Il.1 .
..4 .sdfu ".Iue paid and. liiieNlmrnt t ....IpIIn| > Inc.. II. !>I. fI',',, uijdir" 'n)' li.ind: and se"il ,Tm I his notl'i. of rinilld.mil: i fliipli l th.it nt the same Um.' .. will br"serit < -
for "'OIt.RSII.1.: L AMI TAX COLLECTOR I'I.l ,, II.. <.. I'. Krllilm. John S'ny nnd 8. 1918 (..iliiin t t to haxihis njimw. so p.lnt,... our nnal accounts aa Kxeoutora. of
rawHides FURS I.. ". II. II....... Hefemliinln. (Coin oftliial uM H PQHTI.I1' upon. a l.l.uiJ to In. r"l'Io.I..1. l.y thi 81,11 I"v. aril ask for their
HI: ill) JuV.ll. e of' tin: l'i ,in ,ihairnnin i of I this ".. ii,I ,mill ai I '" November: St I lh. A I) I:tr I\I
and I hereby announce myseif a candi- l II!> \ liii ii> "f..1 .1.'i i,,i./i ..f t.'i'et'iosur.. ,- 4Iiss'i'iit's "'' bv thi. iiinount of. his, CLArtA M HUTSO.V,
post >kln. date for the office of City :Marshal .mil. .,.i<.. in.1.1.: mill. nti.nil |l'\ the I IMn- ''1".0..1 as sperlllid br.low. and llM""nH't noname \\'. &l HUTSON-.
_________ li l k't I Ciiurt i'f I hi' l.'nlled, .
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and Tax Collector and i : Sl.F; nny, such landidate' ahull be Executors.
respectftrilysolicit th.. 4.ti.I h-'n, [I"t l trlct of Klorlila held I prlntid i.r upon or eountid:; : i or rcturniil, W. B o CRAJi-FORD,
O. F. KRIBBa W. J. 3TBBD the support of the voters of /lit Jui/ I kxrinv III- th.-r.-ln. on ;Noimliui2lnt. Notice la hereby given that unJ.T If irlnted upon an\' Much ballot unb ssthlM Attorney for Ix6cutor". 1 .m-6m
KRIBBS & STEED Kissimmee. D.I M. ALVEY. 1II7.!' In tin /bowcutllliil .
"//lUM" and by virtue of a Final I Kocn-r In prn\I"hH shall have ki>" '/ compiled
I. nil Speclnl. MantiT api>ulnted for such Chancery In the case of Alice Wilder v.lth. AltMIMITRATOK'S, M>TICF.la
ATTORNEYS AT LAW FOR MEMBER: CITY COUNCIL l>urr>oni> l l)3 the said: ed'M-rce, will Hell atpublic Joined) by her husband S.V.. Wilder, Form of llsllot

,,\ Legal business of all' kinds !TSB I hereby announce myself a candl- iiuttiun tu highest "bidder; at complainants, vs. Mary M. Summers, The voting In said primary elections Court of County Judge, State cl
( the front door of the
County
date for CourtHOIIUP The Waters & Carson Grocery Company shall be by first and second choice bal Florida
attention. City Councilman' and will ut OHrpnla Pounly at the. Cityof a corporation. and J. li. Smith lot. In compliance with the'provieionsof
appreciate the support of the votersat Klnnlmmon. Florida on the thirtieth Defendants pending In the Circuit the. state primary laws, and the .. r* Estate of ftesrge n. Tntntsa.Osrrola .
OfBces 11 and 11 State Bank Bid*. the approaching primary. day of March. 1918 at Waive o'clock Court of the Seventh Judicial Circuit names of the candidates for each office Coantr

Kissimmee, Florida. J. J. GRIFFIN.MERCHANT'S noon. the following d] aorll>cd prem-. of the State of Florida, In and for 'Oa shall be prlnted.on the ballot In alphabetical ,
i''prompt laffi to-wlt : ceola County. In Chancery. the under- order N ll.. l I. hciehv given to all whom
For Indigestion, Constipation or All Tractlon l Sections One (1)), Two alR-ned as Special Master In Chancery ('....... of IteturnoThe It mayjconcern. that an the 20th day of
WIFE ADVISES (2) and Three (3) : all Section Nine will sell at public outcry for cash In committee shall meet at S April. -A. D. 1918, I shall apply to theHonorable
- Biliousness ( < 9)) : all fractional Hertlpn Ten (10). hand to the. highest bidder at the o'clock p. m. on the 2nd day of March. T. M. Murphy Judge of said
f Just try one 50-cent bottle of LAX-FOS KISSIMMEE WOMEN."I Eleven II L) and Twelve. III) all Section front door of the Court House In Kissimmee 1918. In the City Council chamber oithe Court.final discharge aa Judge. of Probate, for m of?
Thirteen ((13) ; all fractional Sections O.ceola County Florida, during city of Kissimmee and publiclycanvass .dmlnl.tratrla
rCPSIN.: A Liquid Digestive the estate of ( deceased
WITH had stomach Fourteen ((14). Fifteen (15) and the legal hours of sale, on Monday the return. In accordancewith
trouble bad at the time I
so I : and that sam
Laxative pleasant to take Made and Sixteen ((16) the North-east quarter; the 4th day of March A. D. lU8. the tbe primary election law of Florida said Court
to
recommended to the public by Paris Medicine could eat nothing but. toast, fruit and .North-east. quarter of (he Norlhwelll.quarl..r following' described property; ; ; sad declare what candidates have : 'rn Admnllstratrlx- tny of ::-ac es
hot water. < Houth half of the North..tquarter. Exit Three (8) of Block Three (3) of been nominated for each office voted for their' approvaL
Co..manufacturers of Laxative Brome Everything else soured and
Quinine and Grov '* Tasteless chill Tonic. and formed gas. Dieting did no good. ((17). all In Township 26 South. City. according to the plat this commitee. within two days thereafter .ITHoR\I oN.
Range 21 Cunt: cOnta.lnl" according thereof flied aad recorded la the office .hal the names of theseS fl-f mos ,



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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY MARCH I, 1918
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!, . It i o i to I 0 to 10 II I D I 0 I II 0 I D I 0 10 I D I . II 0 II 10 I D,,10 I t4+ WAR SAVING AND.. THRIFT silalre.( It is the intention of these FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH t

STAMPS STRONGLY ENDORSED gentlemen to erect, a silo and put .up'ecd Sunday school at 9:45: N. C. Bryan I FLOYD'S'Cash
for cattje hogs and mules. supt. Rev. J. H. Dew, D. D., will ad-
Society Notes .* dress the Sunday school let the regu. .I
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(Continued from Page 'One) lar hour'of meeting. S .
will likely feel this lack of supportI AT THE CHURCHES'METHODIST Preaching at 11 o'clock by Rev. J' GroceryWhere

I .(Mrs. E. E. Wells, F itor.) I. predict though that as soon as harvest II. Dew, Salvation by Grace and rewards .
will
ni time arrives and the returns begin I according to faithfulness,
coming in, Kissimmee will come CHURCH be' the subject.
i Request it made to all patron of the Valley Gazette to tend items forward with a generous sum for Preaching by the pastor Sunday at Two mast meetings at 3:4: :;. Mrs.' Your Money Lasts.
these certificates" Dew will speak at the church to women
*1 Society Event lo the Jii'tor; for publication in these colums.T S. I. Lupfer said: "Thrift stamps 11 a. m, and 7:15 p, m. Morning subject and girls on A Search Through Come in and see us You '

'r can't ay< tpo much in their fa : "The Divine Anointing." Even. the Modern Home. Dr. Dew will "
I _ _ _ , _ _ . _ . _', T you' ]Everybody should theirquarters at the' Casino on the subject of"Five" will be surprised at the bar-
IO.DIOIOI I.I v I. III I Ii I Ii 1111" 11I"9V'#' vor. put big ,subject, "Samson Conquered, speak "
into them. It teaches the KUsimmee Devils.
Prayer meting Wednesday even- gains we are offering.
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+ -- - --- -----+ church
- Children to save and the Dr'' Dew will preach' at the
grown pen .
( RECEPTION TUESDAY: 1).111) : FOR. MRS. HILTON( pie too, for that m tter. .Everybodyslv ..iJ njf/ will lie i In j) charge of the King's again at 7 o'clock, '
'} ----- - - I' +*" -- - - -""social- 1 count' '>uM get the thrift habit and above Daughters, :MD.| .G. Wagner, leader Meetings continue until further an. -
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Miss EH'-aketh Aultman, assisted ales Tho!ha\e following been, :shown pretty Mrs. C. K. II il- all other considerations it is a' patrU Sacrament of the Lord's Supper nouncement., Florida Svrup. ul.! ____-___ 1.00 ,

by Miss Maude Alice Wagner was ton who is visiting: Jacksonville: otic service You can't put it too w'jUb'e administered at the, 11 .o'clock 10 Ibi. WhiteKaro __ _____ 1.00 J
hostess at the Hart Memorial: building ,I strong when'you advocate, the War PRESBYTERIAN: : CHURCH
: Tuesday eveningwith the regular ,,' Honoring!! Mm. A. J. Shad's guest, Savings Stamps st'rv <'e.- All are cordially invited to. ,The' Sunday school I logins at 10 5 lb.. 'White Karo ..._-.___-*. .50
deception to*" winter visitors. Not- i!II Mrs. Clyde Edwin Hilton of Kissimmee Supt. Yowell's remark was certainly attend these services o'clock. Preaching/ 11 a. mOl and Small Crisco .:%_u______-,- .*&

1 withstanding 8 number of other attractions ,, Mrs. Solpmon Shad entertainedat to the point when he Raid: "I have The King's Daughters': clas, of the) 7:15: p. m., by the pastor. Subject in Medium Crisco ____ __ '.- 1.00 ,IJ i
a theater party Tuesday afternoon ? "
In the' that evening, bought them and 'the "The Minister for the
city myself am trying to of. morning
church will have
:Methodist charge .35
about sixty people gathered .in the, ,at the imperial" \II\ induce everyone else to buy." Times* Ills !Preaching, ,His Personal Small Kream Krisp ..--,--- t
pleasant rooms. pleasing/ musical After the picture the'party repairedto A.'M. Story presented quite another" the'rejl'Ular Wednesday evening proy- Effort and His ,Responsi ility." At Medium Kream Kriso____..>., .70

program was rendered when MisccB theLafayette tea room for Mrs..lii"i.ton tea. view of the matter. "If we don't buy ermeetin'g next. week- ; subject "Call- night '"The Duty and Privilege of Premier 'Salad Dreuinr ..-_ .35 !

Helen Bass and Lilian Prentis played Among, Mrs. A.-J.the guests!Shad Mrs wfcrp! E. L. Shad: the stamps," he said; "and supportthe ed to Service." Everyone: 'who has Prayer." Durkee'i Salad Drell u ._:__ .33

a pave piano a vocal duet;selection Miss Ella; Master I Mae Gilbert Clyde i Mrs H. E. Bethel, Mrs. J. Gustavson government we certainly in will these have war to do meall'ur..s so bya oved ones following the stars and :MEETING: ()fo'STJOIiN'S: ,C.UIC.D: Green Seal Salad Dressing __ .30 '

Harris played a violin solo, accompanied Mrs. II. Lilienthal and Mrs. O. P. direct tax. We can't afford -to with tripes, is especially! invited ; to be The regular meeting of .St,., Jphn' Shredded Wheat ___.__--__ .'1.3 y !

by, Miss Adah C. Wagner;' Hawkins. -Florida Metropolis, hold our support from this measure.In resent.. Guild will be held at the home of :Mrs. Lima Bean ___.__-,?-____-_ .17" ,
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Misses Maude Alice and ,Adah C. buying the stamps we are lending J. D. Sib'ert Clay'Johnson next Tuesday afternoon, '
pastor .15Oil.
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Shad Six Ban Silk Soap ________
Mr. and Mrs A. J. and fam-
rendered vocal sol 'and March 5 3 o'clock. All ladies of
Wagner a. ? the-money, not .giving it, and we receive at .
Johnnie Uronson played piano num- Ily' and Mr, Ernest Shad formed a a good interest while ,at the CHRISTIAN CHURCH I the church are cordially invited. to at gallon _?.T__________ .15 '
ber; Mrs. Heart, one of .the winter congenial l party motoring: to St. Augustine name time we are helping, win "thewar. tend. Grits.: Ib. _________------ .06 '
Sllturd y. The party was arranged ". 10 a.'. m., Sunday school,
read Kipling's "If. Every .
residents, _ .06
Meal. lb. ..._---.a., ; _
number was listened,, to with evident. l in Honor of Mrs. Clyde Edwin II. Clay Stanford said: "The warsaving 330; p. m., Junior C. E. : ,
appreciation by the audience and applause ]Hilton of Kissimmee, who visiting stamps are the proper thing 0:15: p. m., Y. P. a. C K: Head Rice _..___+.-.-_,-_- .10
was frequent and hearty.At Mr.-and Mrs. Shad. On Sunday Mrs. for us all to invest in. It is aa safean 11 a. m.. Sermon, ""Supreme Purpose Flour. Ib----------------: .07 I'

the close of the program an old- Hilton wan the guest of Mrs. John investment as any one con make of the Church. I Vienna Sausage u____.___ .10
fashioned spelling/ match was held Calvin Wells, at her home in River- and aside from that it increases patriotic 7 p.m." Sermon, "A Character Potted Meat uuu.u .05
when old and young alike vied in untangling side-Times-Union. interest and enthusiasm. It Study)
Tall Salmon _____ 18
the of the"English language Wednesday night prayer meeting -- -- --
knots +- _ __.. .__ _.--.n 4. makes boosters of knockers. When everybody at 7:30.Jti1101t: ': C'O R"ODD Sliced Pineapple .24 i
is buying war saving stamp's, uuuu
I "I' FOR KHAKI GLADS( I I
.... .! ... ..... .. pro-German remarks will be mighty C. I). rtlOOUAM MAR. 3 Grated Pineapple u-u__ .20
4"+ ''''' '''''! '''' '''''' \ ', wha't'n i
;+. unpopular Concerted action is Raisins .15
' Seeded __
TNACIIERSjCLUB 1 ) : Topic Joy u 'Fruit of the. Spirit'"y uu
1 '\ I : ,. ,., BONES
11 cottriCfptrieedx'righ4p0wrand: a -
+ 1-. home of M. Tiller Saturday night; in body is BO prior but what he:rah, buyan ) +"T nrr.A1iltr.t"lt: ndJohn1.111"1"1';. ... Sour Pickle ,'7 h.--u: _; .12Sweet
The meeting/ of February 15 was i f honor of Sargeant Roy Graves and occasional 25 cent stamp. They Song, Joy to the World. RUBBER COPPERTIRES PleUea: roftFESir':: '*!* (""", ',Wr j

held at Mrs: S. L. Lupfer's home. Cur. j I Nathan Bryan, a member of the field must remember they are not giving Bible lesson leader.read 'alternately.. I BRASS Walker' Hot Tamale______ .10 l

'rent events were discussed while willing artillery Camp, both Wheeler home on a furloughfrom the money, they are just lending: K Each Prayer give by Bible verse containing TUBES LEAD j Brown Beauty Bean in Gravy .15 "
hands were hemming/ garments and will receive the principle with
The evening was in the nature of a the word Joy. j 1
for children by war bereft. Several interest. ROPE SCRAP IRON COFFEE
arty, though the games and Talk. Meaning of word Joy. 1
visitors were present. Two names genera M. Katz expressed 'himself in favorof
were addde to the membership list: conversation,, amused the the general support of the War "Glad Incident Book., to" Pollyana's gladness in SEND IT TO us WE RtniT' wortmr Pure Ground Coffee _----___ .20 I

Mrs. Roger Dodd. and Mrs.. White. served guests. at Delicious the conclusion refreshments were Saving Stamp in plain terms. "It is," Bible verses A to E at roll call. Good Green Coffee _______ .18 !
of I the Write For Ptkelist'PfWN
prom he said "a
Mrs. W. H. Morrow elected worthy movement.
was recording Every-
program. Bible drill. Maxwell House ____ ___ .30 ;
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secretary to fill the unexpired body can spare an occasional 25 cents
'term of Mrs. Fred S. Gilbert. Mrs. + for these thrift stamps. It must be'' haveseen In answering done./ name some. good you \ METALCa Floyd' Hobby Coffee .____ .35 ti

Ira Best was elected treasurer to RED CROSS TEA -w borne in mind the money is only loan- Song. 657 E.8AY JACKSONVILLE.FLA. Lipton' Yellow Label _____ .38 !
serve in Mrs. M. E. Waring's place. ed to the government. It is an ex- Business j {
Much sincere regret is expressed as The five o'clock tea for the benefitof cellent thing for the boys and girls )period.! Skinner' Macaroni ___--__ .10''

to the continued illness of Mrs. War the Red Cross served at the attrac- pnd teaches a fine thrift habit have Skinners Spaghetti _______ .10 ,
t ing who is much loved by the club. tive Hamilton home agreed to put them on sale in the I
Powder .33
Saturday afternoon Ryion Baking __.__
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The next meeting will be held at at the conclusion of the golf store.here, though I shall have to buy
Mrs. Lupfer's home the third Friday them first. \ Ai 15 oz. Sliced Peaches, heavy
tournament, was largely attended.Mrs. .
.in March. W. A. Hamilton assisted by Mr. Brown of the Central Drug Syrup _____ _____ __-__ .14
Mrs. J. Leask received the guests on Store favors the stamp buying. "Ev No. 2 White Label Pea __ .20 j(

the lawn for a formal hour. erybody should buy the stamps; it'sthe No. 2 Cono-a Pea ___ .18

4 }|[ GOLF PLAYERS SCORES MAKE GOOD I donated Four dollars to the Red and Cross fifty' fund.rents was know easiest of," he way said.to fight"If our the boys Kaiser can I No. 2 Blue Ridge Pea un____ .14 f

1 go into the 'ditches' over there, we No. 2 Flu Brand Peas._._.. .15

The mixed foursome at the golf surely can) buy ithesb stamps and JACKSONVII FIA. 'No.2 Soaked Pea ___u___ .08
t r should do till feel the sacri ,
course was hotly contested Saturday j NO RED CROSS TEA SAT. so we ,
fice. We not the EGGS FOR SETTING
+ are only helping/ gov ,
Afternoon and was lead by Mrs. Sum-
sfaTII --4
On account of the musical attrac- emment: but we are helping. ourselves" 4
merville and Father Dignan, with a Genuine Barred Plymouth Rock
score of 46. Mrs. H. Rhea and Dr. tion at Orlando this week there will
t McConnelL were a close second, making be"no Red Cross tea at the Hamilton A. S. Gilbert's/ opinion is that everyone OLDESTE.5TABLISI1EO 15 [< home Saturday. should support the War Saving
a score of 48. GET OUR PRICES ON FEED-
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Stamps. "It is a good thing for
p Others taking part in the event eSlf7llT .
}people of limited means, especially,
were Mrs. G. C. Livingston and Lieut.
I KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S: CLUB and affords an opportunity by which
Watson Mrs: Watson and K. McPherson '
:; Mrs. Turner and'Capt, Harry -- f- every man, woman" and child can aid SEED HOUSE Visiting card printed' by the Valley
Th'e Kissimmee Woman's Club will thi he said.
government
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Hunter and Mrs. Bullock and Mr.
meet at the Hart Memorial Tuesday, C. W. Griffin was not slow in voic-. Gazette Job Department.
Belknap. IN FLOW
March 11. Round thsi'meeting cen ing his. approbation of the stamps
"r ters unusual interest and 'a large attendance 'saying "Without doubt it I id a fine !>OTICRNotli
'+ could' ISI $ ** In hereby given that the Afrnunl -
is desired.i'l1FORMAl4 Jan There b- better plan
) no
EXPRESSION AND MUSIC Mpptlnfc of the Stockholder Xf
I . RECITAL 1 j' for teaching economy and saving; sEND FOR CATALOG AND the OSCKOI..A cvi'nnsn COMI-ANV
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: / .. ", :,;' RECEPTION, EXT anybody could spare an occasional 25 WEEKl.Y PR/CE l./ST. will lie held at the office ofV.. II.
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N. ; 'rawford nt Klgolmmof, Florida,
on
It !. rents to help the along.
f war
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*ElizabethIlAultman- "!i'll.Jf Yi' } Moiiclny&March | ,nt ,, 10 00 ri a'
( i4th.ltjl9IS.i.
W'TlESDA
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J Missl'll Myrl S S
rf4 < j t Roma ,;sThomas\'said The, stampsare ii'rlockjiAJdM.M|furl the|( election;inf?, DHit{ ,
,' Mills FJ Beals.will give a'recital atJ the all,righti&jTheyUhpuld 'appeal especially ri'Ctornlnnil forllhei' tr"naxcttonanrsuc(( .h'Mhertbualnepe. ;;,,',Jj Jjf ,
; :MriJ II n harper frs, B Mak
thigh t school|auditorium evJ .
Thursday) ]to(woinen,(children j and any mx fro bmuah D I
-emng." March 7,? when' thepupilsTof mson9andKMrs.1 Claude IHarperl will investor.1<* Any"child'ca.n 'save JJmiIicpjr ', ore sold I met)In M
'the Expression and Music departmentwill entertain with an informal reception [ J 1 iipllA
enough to buy stamps and perhapsthe
10 .1 Secr tar
Tuesday afternoon from 4 to-6 ;
render the following :. p. m.
program best feature of the plan is he receives -
(a) Southern Melody.-Krancea Terry at the home of Mrs. Claude Harperon visible .
a return for every quar- -- -- -- ---- -- ---- --
'(b) Sailing Frances Terry Clyde avenue for the benefit of
ter invested. Then
losing
n------- they are not -
the Y. W. C. A. No special invita-
cNimble Fingers ------L. E. Orth
when
/ they spend their money for
tions will be issued is
Eleanor Overstreet ; everyone cordially "
tamps, they are gaining.
invited to attend.
Monologue-"Little BusyBody"Jane \,
May > LUPFER AND
PRATHER
Shower of Stars ____--- -Paul Wachs i NOTICE a 1r4,a
Mattie Stanford There will be no reception at the PLANT BIG ACREAGE
Pantomime. -Tramp, Tramp, Tramp Hart Memorial building Tuesday ,
(Continued from
1)
Irene Ingram pace
March 5 of the
night. account
on revival
Kiss of. Spring. ______Walter Rolfe. services being held at the Baptist yield Mr. Lupfer .stated "We expectto ,
Johnnie Cape church. harvest at least 50 barrels per
The Old Fifer ____u Pauline Phelps Signed acre, and on much of the land will
Lois Overltreet'Schubert's Miss Elizabeth Donegan, Pros.Mrs. greatly exceed this number. Last
Serenade ____n__ Heller W. L. Will, Sect. year potatoes were grown on one
Lillie Hansen tract that produced 65 barrels to the "
The Raggedy Man __n-______-Riley acre of saleable spuds and later 32
Willameta Sibert CARD OF THANKS bushels of corn were (harvested from ,
Selection __________n_-A. Sarborio I wish to extend thanks to the Kis- this same land. With the caro this flncake! ,
Louise Regero simmee' Fire Department for savingus tract has had we would not 1 bo surprised ., 2 DisCOVerieS { I
I 'Arnold Winkleriect Montgomery from fire Tuesday night, and to all to harvest 75 barrels to the .,_ Iln economy'We ,
Hector Porch Pherigo who so kindly offered assistance. acre this year. For the best resultsone
Daffodils.Arthur Granfield Every kindness is sincerely appreciated must begin the cultivation of the
t Lelia McCranie ali Mr. Elam was away from ground one year ahead." had a friend ular private discov- cup sugar gradually, .
'Idilio __nn____ Theodore Lack home. MRS. C. B. ELAM.If While corn will be planted on all who stirring .
sure constantly.
Mamie Pilley the land an experiment will be tried was very ery.

T'' The Bells ___-------n-- E. A. Poe you have anything sell, tradeor at the tract at Marydia. Five acres 'that without expensPerhaps you are Beat yolks thick and

Gertrude McKay exchange our classified column.It of this will be planted to flint corn ive butter could like friend Miss light, add remaining
Elfin Dance _n_-__--___ Carl Heins try for the yield in ears and the remaining you our ,
4 Helen Reed brings results. acres of corn will )l.e made into not make a real cake. S-, used to be. cup sugar gradually,

She quite stub would continue beating.
was Maybe .
- -.1 you '

., born about it. Prelike to "discover" Combine mixtures,

ferring not to the delicious mix and sift flour
a' ; argue, econ- oJ
: her a of Cottolene for baking powder and
I .... we just gave omy
: - can of wholesome., your cakes. Why salt. Add tofirst mix-
t
Cottolene and a cook don't you try wholeture alternately with

The Right Hand' book. some Cottolene and milk. Add flavoring

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