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 8, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00845
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Wa r Savings Stamps


;jfr'L':;: JUDGE MURPHY DISPOSES OF U What They Are 'and How COUNTY\ COMMISSIONERS HELD




1 LONG DOCKET. IN COUNTY COURTIN To Procure Them BUSY MEETINGS MONDAY AND



ONLY TWO DAYS SESSION\ In offering War Savings' Stamp and Thrift Stamp to the pub-' THURS. ..PLEDGER NAMED ATT'Y

[ : \ lic, the United States Government presents to everyman, woman and 1 .

child an opportunity for profitable, simple and secure investment. -

I T. M. Murphy convened_-C.. L. Hyatt. A. C. Pickett, Foster I War Savings Stamp are "Baby Bond" Back' of them are I The Board 'of County showing some changes at the April

.. Judge I Newton J. D. Clark, John Barley, AI( and of the United era-met in 'regular session on Monday meeting. .
County Court on Monday morning the entire resources of the Government people A petition was presented to the
B. Elam P. S. at 10 ,o'clock.lmton .
C.
J. McDonough ,
"''nt'. and record disposed'time.Prosecuting. of about, forty' cases in I Crowder, Sam ;Story, Ed Shortt J., HJ I State They enable "yon 'to invest your, surplus savings in Govern Pledger, was appointed at. board Loughman signed, who by twenty asked the residents Board of to'
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W. B. Craw. Reed, Morris Cochran, J.: K. Hilliard, Securities to 4 cent compounded quarterly.You the Board the
Attorney P. ,meat paring equivalent per torney for for ensu- locate and open a road as follows:
;. lord represented the State. Robt. L. Fuller, J.. A. Barclay, C. ing year In place of J. S. Cadel. Motion Beginning at NW of Sec. 2,,
.' E. F. Collier Julius Smith, V.j i need not begin with a large amount You can, buy U.' S. corner
Munn ,
the cases which E. .1.. D. Overstreet seconded
The' following are I by Tp :25! R. 27, thence' running south
; were brought' before the' court: It. Ellis, Frank' Jones, H., M. 'Katz,. Government"'Thrift Stamp at 25c each:, When you buy your first by B. H. Guy. on said section line.or as near there
W. N. Fertic. Charge: Illegal Of these) Ed Hansell and A. C. Pick- On motion of J. K. Milliard, i ,. six
State vs. will be Thrift Card. Each Thrift Card sec to as practicable, miles to SW ;
The court then suspended ,, Thrift Stamp given a rf
guilty. you
1 j., ) selling of' goods. Not guilty. ett plead onded by A. F.-Bass, and carried, the corner of Sec. 35, T{). 25t R. 27. The
State* vs. Roland Tompkins. Charge: sentence in all these cases. has space for 16 stamp When you have filled a Thrift Card it attorney for the Board will not make petition represented that this was

r\c-\ Illegal selling of liquor. Continuedfor Illegal'State fishing.vs. C. K.Continued Lybrand. for Charge the: may be exchanged for a $5.00 War Savings Stamp at'' any Pottoffice, any charge for extra work done with- the road now used by .the petitioners;
the term. out notifying the Board. and that they' have expended considerable
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, State ys. Mrs. W. L. Pilley. Charge: : term., II- Bank or other authorized agency, by adding 14 cent in cash if exchanged The contract of the Peninsular En- labor on same, and they desired II
_..Unlawfully conducting-.drug store. State ,vs. S. R. May. Charge: there- gineering.and Contral'ting'Co.. on St:. it'to be legalized. "
:: "" '"" l lojt'lll:1bshing.\( \ t, ndaf1 piq edguilin prior;,,to toiApril4lst1918Mand' ) ddjltionaljeach month .. .. ..
The defendant.waswrepresented by e C Joud.apecialroadandbridgedlstriet ue}_"",*' ".uu.ytJUrurr.; | i i iiiHai'iTiy' r iflM! %l'' iiaLuy-jU ii5ij,, """"' ."1>.
Johnston & Garrett."' Not guilty. ] special session of the court on after. Thus a $5.00 War Sating; Stamp will hare 7o;.7 you"$4.14"if having been withdrawn by the company The Board met in adjourned'session
It State vs. Henry Savage. Three I March. tat 1923 the for the purpose of making certain on Thursday morning.Tho .
State vs. Martha Davis. Charge: ( purchased before April 1st, 1918.) On January 1st, ,
j'' deer. Cases instructions of
cases; Charge: Selling changes as per matter of creating a n.1w.plee..
i continued for term on account of Having more than one quart of whis- United States Government will pay you $5.00 for each War Saving the State Highway Department, by tioi. district and changing) an election
"r sickness of defendant. key in possession. motion of A. .'. Bass, seconded by E. district was taken It was
such
Under the law hold
up.
State vs. E. F. Collier. Charge: : Stamp you own. ( no person may stamps .
State vs. G. B. Lawson. Charge: : L. D. Overstreet, the chairman was decided Commissioners District No.
Driving an auto. while intoxicated. Carrying concealed '"weapons. Motion in excess of $1,000 maturity value.) I instructed to sign the contract when'' 3 should be Election District No 7,
Defendant was represented by Z. to squash granted. presented with the proposed changes the greater part of the old Election
If buy the $5.00 War Savings Stamps out
Bass and, .Johnston & Garrett. Case State vs. W. R. Shackford. Charge: you prefer you may I by the State Department.The District No. 7 (Bassenger), now be...
continued for term. .Illegal fishing. Not guilty right. When you buy your first War Savings Stamp, you will be given Board instructed the ,clerk to ing incorporated in Okeechobee coun
State vs. G. H. Lawgon. Charge: State vs. Martha. Davis. Charge li: < War Savings Certificate. This has spaces for 30 tamp. Thus, have the ballot for the' coming pri- ty. This new district splits the city
transporting a
Personally illegally
...,-Carying concealed weapons. Case 1 mary election] printed also the list into two election districts, the line'running
the quor. The jury found the defendant of electors and to that t
continued for term qualified see through the lake, Broadway,
A. I D. Story vs. B. F'. Lester. As- guilty. Sentence: $250.00 fine or five I I1F the ballot ,boxes are sent out on Main street, the Orlando road, the
:sumnsit!! Damages' $300.00. For the months in jail. March 15th. East Lake and the St. Cloud Canal.
plaintiff, Z. BasS. Continued for the E. D. Malloy appeared before the Townships 32, ranges 32, 33, 34,
term. LABOR RECRUITERIN Board and stated that the bridge at which used to be a part of the aid
Osceola Hardware Company vs. J. : Blue Cypress was in bad shape. B. II. Bassenger Election District, were added
c C. Emerson, doing business as J. C. Guy made a motion that Mr. Malloy to Election District No. ft.II. ;
Emerson & Co. Assumpsit\ Damages, DURANCE VILE repair the bridge, which was carried. E. Wylie of St. Cloud, appeared
$500.00. Continued for the term by ... One sealed bid on road from before the Board and proposed to
I consent. ..Y' '; : .1'' Apoxee to eastern boundary of coun- carry on the work of former County
The cases on the Civil Docket that -- .: "tI."' :. ty to connect with the Fellsmere road Engineer Joe E. Johnston in makinga
F. M
c were disposed of are the following: A man giving his name as was opened. This bid was from B. A. : survey of all the county roads and
Pat Johnston vs. J. W. Tracy. As- Haynes of Newark, Ohio, wa sarrest- Guy and was rejected. The Board platting them in the Record Book,
sumpsit Damages, $300.00. The jury ed at the passenger station just before .... ,, instructed .the clerk to write Taylor at the legal rate of $5.00 per diem.
found for the plaintiff, $140.00 and the arrival 6f the midnight train ', Tindall at Fellsmere and find out if The Board asked Mr. Wyli to appearat
costs. For the plaintiff, Johnston Wednesday night by Sheriff Ingramon .,' : ,St. Lucie county will build the road.S. the regular meeting: in April. '
-& Garrett. For the defendant, Z. information that he had been, recruiting .> .'- L. Lupfer appeared before the Commissioner E. L. D. Overstreet
Bass and O'Bryan & Pledger.C. labor in this county withoutu ,. ,. '- .; .. board as president of the Osceola reported that road signs in the county -
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licer se. A negro, who was said to ., 'iI;!. .. ..
Buckles vs. City of Kissimmee. : ; ;; County Fair Association and stated have been destroyed and effaced
Assum*Kit Damages, 25000. The be assisting Haynes in recruitirg.was ."t'... "'. ., ..". ..". that 'the Association was '$2,000.00 and made a motion that the ,BoarJoffer
jury found for the defendant. For also arrested and both were ; ." '01\-\, oil- ': I' short, and asked for any help that a reward of $150.00 for proof
the plaintiff, Johnston & Garrett. For placed: in jail to await the action of .01 the Board might be able to' afford. and conviction of any person or persona
the defendant, Lewis O'Bryan. 'the courts. I \ He asked for $100.00 for the band, found guilty of this offense. .
C. K. Lybrand vsr. A. Rosen. Re- About twenty-five negroes, whom rw which request was granted. .. Seconded, by A. F. Bass, and car
plevin. The jury found for the the sheriff stated had been induced by E. L. D. Overstreet stated that the ried.. '
,!plaintiff, $150.00 and costs. For the Haynes, on promise of transportation bridges tat Pleasant Hill were badly Commissioner B. H. Guy made ''a
plaintiff, Johnston & Garrett.R. and big wages, to accompany him in need.of repair, and put forward a motion that Chairman E Mach be
Schilder vs. Mach Bros. As north, were at the depot ready to embark ep motion that Road Superintendent instructed to sign the contract with
sumpsit Damages, $500.00. The jury when the train arrived. They '. i Farmer get all the work on all the the Peninsular Engineering &: Con- "
'F \ found for the defendants. For the were forced to postpone their trip roads done to the best possible advantage tracting Company of Tampa, for the
4 ,<(f.. plaintiff, "' Milton Pled gerQydFoi l ,;, the for, the present, however, as Sheriff ; This \was seconded by, A. work on the St.,Cloud-Melbourne toad.
I, ,i!,I.defendant;' Johnston &ItGarrettJ&_i'' Ingram relieved Haynes of, over, $800,. ri F. Bass and carried.'' "' >' Carrted., ', i ,7 i ,'';: d'fJ": :: ;"
1/ \Mallet! &IJ.'DaviSIiPjanol Co...v 'llJ with which i Iiti J presumed\ t i\'Intendi( A. F, Uass', made a motion ,that ,,AtB. 1"" CommIssIoner'.,,E,... L.I') 'D.* Overstreet
fJJtJoneslUReplevinMFoIri: the!plain ed to pays transportation:for! crew. i Herndonjj.Statet\ .;Engineer;begin\) {{ mada.S motion hha U alii i bids 1 on t the
tiff,**W/!.RE Crawford Continued''for III Information)was* filed i byf theSher-! ',. structed to'make out''estimates''of,the 1'Cad? from'Apoxeewto: to f the fi Eastern "
the term by request of plaintiff. iff before Judge Murphy, who fixedHaynes's > . amount due the Alabama Paving Co., boundary of the county be' rejected.
Livingston & Tyson vs. (3. B. Han- bond at $10,000. : for grade work. This wa/i carried. Seconded by A. F. Bass, and carried.
sell. Replevin. For the plaintiff, There isa state law in Florida The Board instructed the clerk to The Board rejected a propositionfrom
W. B. Crawford. For the defendant, which fixes the license for recruitinglabor $ I ask the Peninsular Engineering and M. D. Moody, representing J.
Johnston & Garrett. Continued for for points outside the state at Contracting Company to present their I D. Adams, of 411 Liberty street Jack.
the term. $2,000 for each county in which recruiting bond not later than Thursday, March sonville, to sell the county a road
The following citizens were charged is done.It drag.
with operating a motor vehicle is said that one of the inducements 7th.S.. R. Fields, of Loughman,: appeared The board then adjourned to
without rear lights: Ed Hansell, W. offered by Haynes to the negroes D. G. WAGNER, before the Board in' regard to the 'meet in Special Session on March 16
C. Bass, Jr., E. L. Reep, J.C., Griffin was -that if they went' with Chmn. W..S. S. Committee for Osceola County petition presented by B. A. I'atton' fora to canvass the returns of the Special
Nelson Makinson, Roscoe I Kohcrson ( him they ''would escape being drafted road in township 25, range 27, and Road and Bridge District No. 5 at ,

John Bronson. C. _C. Rummell._-for-- army- service. when full, the certificate will have a cash value of $100.09 on Jan I asked___ ___permission_ __________to___present________drawing____ _Whittier_ ___u__and___ _Lokosee._ _ > _ _ _ 4


OFFICIALS RE-NOMINATED IN I I uary The 1st, 1923.interest paid you on War Saving Stamps i i. equivalent I RULL BASS HAS SPLENDID -

to; 4 per cent compounded quarterly, if you keep your stamps for

5 year If you should need this money before Jan. 1st, 1923, you

PRIMARY SATURDAYScarcely can get it back on ten days' written notice with interest at approx-
CITY POTATO CROP AT EAST LAKE
imately 3 per cent, by presenting your War Saving Certificate, with i

-- stamps attached, at a Money Order Pottoffice. '

a ripple ruffled the quietOf their friends among the faithful for The 25 cent Thrift Stamps, however, are not redeemable except -
in favor of Mr. Robersonwas l Rull Bass, who has long been aie
Kissimmee, Saturday at the White the majority nineteen votes, the exact numberof in exchange for War Saving Stamp sociated with the large cattle inter-

Man's' Primary, nominating the officers the result of the nomination fog It i is the{ desire of the Treasury Department of the United Statesto CITY COUNCIL HOLDS est.%pf Osceola county and other sections
for the election and of the state, is answering the
city sprinf the same office last year.
have every man, woman and child participate in the War Savings nation's call for service
election along agri-
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with the exception of Councilman The tally sheet for :e
., Howell BaRs, who declined to run for reads as follows: Plan by buying Thrift Stamps and War Savings Stamps regularly IMPORTANT MEETING cultural lines and before the season
closes will have
one hundred acres of
renomination reelected.This .every former( officerwas John For Mayor-S. Cadel ____ ____ ;__ _--__142G Parent are asked to encourage children to save and buy these stampsto his farm on East Lake Tohopekaliga

must be taken as conclusive F. Kribbs *. -. _-__ ________125 help win the war! The city fathers observed the regq- under cultivation. While Mr.. Baseha's
evidence that the former administration For City Council men- lar March meeting Tuesday night, never farmed extensively other
has been conducting the city's affairs J. J. Griffin _ _____ ________140 You can order War Saving Stamp and Thrift Stamps by1mail I presided over by Chairman 1II.. than looking after his extensive grove
to the satisfaction of the people, Roma Thomas _: __ ___'-______188 from your nearest Postoffice. Note the coupon below. *Fill it Lawson and with Councilmen Thomas, interests and growing a little stock
for every officer met opposition except G. M. Taylor n' nn___ __--147 out.:-stating the number and kind of stamps you want-and mailit I Bass. Haley and Carson in attendance. feed he has is been a resident here for
J. R. Gilbert, city clerk, and good For City ClerkJ. Business routine occupied most of the years and thoroughly in. touch with
opposition at that. R. Gilbert __ __ ____________234 to the nearest Postmaster. Your letter carrier will deliver the evening, including the reports of the the crop conditions. '
The number of men v.hp registered For Cily TreasurerJ. and collect the Place order at WboI' committees and some time Was. spent He is beginning: this Reason's oper-
.. __________ ___142 stamps amount. your once. <
was- 400 through approximately 325 Z. Roberson listening to appeals of individuals.S. ations in the manner approved by every
{qualified to cast a vote: Of this number A. M. Story __ ____--_____ _____123: Saves,. Serves. H. Aultman inquired into the section where potatoes can be
273 men actually voted. For City !Marshal and Tax Collator I' drainage ditch proposition which has \ grown and has forty acres of spudsin
Of those having opposition G. W. I). M. Alvey -- ___ ________ _____ ,< 4 been agitating the farmer in north various stages of growth from newly -
Overstreet received the largest num- C. W. Overstreet ____". __ _______194 t u ml west Kissimmee and was infoimod planted 1 fields to plants putting up
ber of votes cast; Roma Thom- For Executive CommitteemenAlan __ TEAR THIS OUT-FILL IT IN-MAIL. TO NEAREST POSTOFFICE that stepsould lie taken: at once the bud, stalks -
J5 i i McDouofh! '_ __ __________K 9 tn rleui"tht-! present ditching,: system There is i one field in particular
J.\. -, pop'I I| :Milton Pledger --_ _--_____--__ _178 Order for U. S. Government War Savings Stamps or Thrift StampsTO of trash which has accumulated! there thirty al'rl'8. that can't be heat
; C. A. Carson __ ._ ._____ ______;181 THE LOCAL POSTMASTER: The council 1 will take no action tnwurddlgg'ill where at this time of the any-bar
M. contesting for the nomination ,,7.. Bass __ ____________ _ 173: ,ditches or altering the year
Story -- --- Kindly have letter carrier deliver to me on______ ________ _for new I none, not even the famous Hastingssection.
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for( city treasurer. may count II.M. Katz -- --J92 lil.IU-) present ones till more information can 'I .
--------- - - he secured This information wijl i There is a perfect stand the plantsare
"" which I agree to pay him on delivery: be. in the nature of a report from En- of uniform size, just reachinginto
W. S. S. Committee AppreciatesCooperation ___ ____ _____$5 U. S. War Savings Stamps at $4.14 each( This price I'lneer1"Donough: regarding: the levels the blossoming stage.!: Row(
Statt, numt.>..r %wanted > etc. after row stretches away in absolutely -
:S.; L. Lupfer, president of the Kis straight lines from the point* of
of Merchants March. 1918.
only during ) .
simmee Fair Association appeared highest elevation to the drainage
_?_ _______25c Thrift Stamps at 25c each. before the meeting in connection with I ditch which will serve to carry away
(f' The local W. S. S. Committee desires to thank the citizens of I
and those Name_______.: _________________ Address____ ________------- that every one knows county fairs are rains. It is as pretty a field of potatoes .r ,
Kissimmee for their hearty co-operation particularly patriotic 'not financial if judged by
,i merchants who have generously paid for advertising in tHis issUe City________________._________ State_________________ : the a receipts and success expenditures, but I. In as the Florida event the sun weather ever shown man with on.

, of the Gazette, and thereby made it possible to disseminate so much Certificates and Cards furnished free. ''that no one could question the great holds the necessary moisture supply, w
i f.1 information that will be of valuable assistance to the committee in its ____n War Savings Certificates (free) ______ Thrift Cards (free) value of such meetings to Kissimmee he is ready to meet the emergency ond
well to the entire
as a city as as has a fine artesian/, well equipped witha
work. ... county. This year the association 12-Jiorse power gasoline engine. .
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We believe it the duty of every American citizen to assist in this "- T ----------- -- - -- faced a serious problem when they Just what the flow of the well Is has' V; '

cause, and earnestly urge all to begin buying the stamps now and keep Kissimmee was represented in Tampa ; : Judge and Mrs. A. W. Sargent, 1 considered the usual conditions existing never been tested but the water rises '
who II. Lawson and Miss Marian Sargei it a large portion of the county had four feet of the surface
has been sold. yesterday by J. A. Blackwell, \ ; within .
full .
it up until Osceola's quota for ,. -.... ...
Sanford
stopped at the Bay View.-Tuesday motored. to Sunday, a
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Control Of Cane Hennen' Profit charge for renmnjc. Lice Inn iner reflners -
j AMERICAN SUGAR 1 "Immediately upon ll\o establish- limited to '1.36 per hundred ALL MEWS WE

II merit of the food .RdDllnIBlr U"n," Mr. pounds. plus the freight differential on CAREfULLY StUCTREUGIOOSV.Y

j Plain of "oorer said "an examination: ( was the established has custom not of the trade.of ins Li AND
The Duty i SENT TO FRANCE I Mr. Holph one peony !
'[made of the costs. and prom of reputing j terat I ki that reflnery. r. INSPECT
J and it was finally dclermtned that 1 1I
r I 1 .the spread between tlio cost of raw r'

Every AmericanYour |, American Price Rigidly Regulated and the dale of refined(I cnn anger I :' attr
I should\ be limited to $C\() per, hundred
"j' by United States Food pounds. The pre-war differential hail( MADE IN-GERMANY LIES + ..n

duty, as an American citizen, is plain, Administration.. averaged nhout 83! cents mid,.Increased,
cool wore found to have been Imposed CIRCULATED IN CANADA I a
Your .
definite and imperative. sons and ypur I
1 by the war In Increased cost of re-
nei hhors' sons are going abroad to fight for < lining\ losses, cost of bags l labor Insur- I THK; 1 INSPECTION: (OF !MEATS I
their country, their flag, 'their homes and CONSUMERS HERE PAY' 9c." once, Interest\ and 01 her ,.tliliiKH rather Canada Is-jilno having trouble with

for YOU.' I more than cover the difference. After Mailo-ln-Gerinuny< lies calculated to I conducted at this, market is of a
I prolonged 'WgotlHtloiui the reline hinder Cunu' luil food conservation. according
Theycannot fight without food shots, clothes, Sugar Cost 35 Cent a_ Pound During were placed under'.ngreenrent eatabllihlnx to an official statement received most rigid .character. No point of

.CivilWar-.Refiner*' Profit these limit .on October( 1, and ( from the Canaifian. food con. quality Is overlooked' We handle
bread and bullets. _
Now Curtailed. anything) over thin amount to be agreed troller by, the United State.. food ad- only first grade! meats and care for!

The Government looks to you for the money ..extortionate underline' law, ministration.The .
A ."In the course. of these'. Investigations stories fathering Canada are I them, in a way that insures the
these Your is to lend-
to things. Duty
.. buy Sugar Is selling today throughout It was found l 117 canvas of the of.the same general character as those liealtH and happiness of those'who
not give t-this money. I America at from 8V4 to 9 .cent.' a Cuban producers. that their sugar had the United States' food administrator
pound to the consumer, even though during. the first. ,nlno months of the recently denounced In this coun-' favor.. "us with their- custom..

It is more than Duty more than there Is a world shortage which has past year sold for average of about ,try,' such as. the ridiculous salt and 'I' .
''4.24p..r hundred t. o. b. .Cuba to blueing famine fa.kesi and the report I
patriotism it is a privilege to buy reduced this nation's sugar allotmentto I which duty and freight: added to the that,, the 'government would seizehousewives'
70 per cent, of normal. rflnerr coat amount to about' '3.66 stock v* home canned Market
Through the efforts of.the United i City
per hundred. The average anle priceof goods.
War Savings Stamps States food' administration th* sugar granulated by various. refineries, according The Canadian food controller estimates ,
market' b.. been regulated a'* far as to our Investigation was about that when the people listen to I. JI

the producer refiner and wholesaler V7.50 perhundred, or a differentialof; and pass on such stories each one ,I .
The money you pay for them will help 'win I* concerned The food administration |1.4. . baa the power'of destruction that He continued us .committee ori adverbs.ing .

the war-help keep our soldiers fed clothed; has no power regulate retail prices! .reducing the differential to ,t.SO In .a battalion of soldiers.. card .

'armed and protected help keep except: by public opinion. Even though there was a saving to tho public\ of 94 "Stories. without even a vestige. of tiro. Coleman was'appointed to pre.
your more than 83,000: tons of sugar have cents per hundred .Had Hiicli a differential foundation, have been scattered broad. pare and read in special paper on an
( country safe for Democracy. been shipped to Prance In 'the last been In use from the. let of cast" .said the Canadian statement. assigned subject at the next moo tin jr.
f four months the retail the would. hayolIa1'd The hour of closing. was changed
The United States Government : grocer' sugarprice January 1917. public "Nor have they come to life casually.They .
from 8 .
to to a..Closing1
guarantees la around 8 to 8V4 cents.. He In the first nine months of the have started simultaneously .In
f pay your money back. It you interest should sell this at 8V4 to 9 about ." benediction liy. Bro. Farmer
pays i it. sugar year 24.800.000.M different purls of the country and In W. II. COLEMAN, Sec.
on your money, 4 per cent, compounded I I cents, the food 'administration believes, Next Yar. each Instance have been .calculated to.
and asks, the American housewife, to''
t. quarterly ) With a view to more efficient orgnn'Irattonof arouse public Indignation MRS PEW MAKES SPLENDID '
pay .more 'than .
no. this amount,. .
I'1'aar. :.,+'"+'-WS"! r.4+ nSfrrrirbWWi7Saoffices, : : _r.-'; ----Y+,.wf..w."NS" .'-a';.=. "" ...: J!:*LAilt AufU| t<;:vrhFtf thefood"Mmtnrletratlon I I ;rE-next. '. year*the Viu-1 two*:trndewIn con nITtAes'hev.Imihrted\! I sugars l beau- They lira 'III tr-YlltJr"ldlo\lIl-"'irikItiAt6 subtle,_ ''ptlnl'le rrnlatg \, ,":iM ; ADDRESS.iIQvOMENs, '
I
t banks and otherslicensed selling was' organized: the price of formed by the food administration i trust, the Kreaf essential. In tbe workof Hundreds of women took advan-

agencies .: auger rose suddenly to 11 cents a 1. A committee comprising representative food control :tage of the opportunity to hear Mrs.
pound. During the Civil War sugar of ell of the elements of "It lies wltt every Individual to forbear Dew speak at the First Baptist church
cost the 'consumer 35: cents. a pound. American cane refining groups. The from criticism j to refrain from I I Sunday afternoon. The large audi

BUY ALL cAN. By regulation of the sugar market and principal duty of tills committee Is to passing on the vagrant and harmful 'torium was! filled to overflowing, and

II YOU reducing the price to 8V4 and 8 cent divide the .sugar import pro rata to story and thus. the more effectively many listeners were seated in the gal.

and keeping It from advancing to 20 their various capacities and see that to co-operate In work which I* going lery.Mrs.
cents the food administration has saved absolute justice is done to every re- to. mean more than th. majority of Dew took for her subject,
the American public at least 9180.- .. realize" "A Search Through 'the Modern
In. people yet
( WS & 000,000 In four months, according to Home," and many ofher, listeners pronounced -
a statement mad** by Herbert Hoover .2. A committee comprising three representatives .her discourse one of the finest

S, ,tae-- the other day of the English, French END STOMACH "TROUBLE they had ever heard. The epeak-'
and Italian government; two representatives OR DYSPEPSIA er is here assisting her husband in a"
GASES
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"It Is stern fnty to feed the allies -
our
I '........' TTATM, of the American refiners series. of evangelistic services
to maintain their health sad
OOIrN1Y1fMT with a member of the food administration -
J F strength at any cost to oursetve, Only two of the committee have "Pap's Diapeptln" makes sick our, CHILD
,. IF YOUR IS CROSS
Mr. Hoover dt'cI.red.rb.... has not stomachs surely feel fine ,
arrived from Europe, but they represent gassy
}, THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BTVf. .- been, nor will be a* we see it. enough the allied governments. The duties In five minute*. FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED
sugar for even their present meagre
4>
6 determinethe --
of this committee are to
r
and depressing ration nnl.* they send '
I most economical sources\ from a If what you just ate ia souring on
to remote markets for It If we
J. .E. Semdersorv Co In hips bur greed and glutton force them transport point ot view 'of all the allies your stomach or lie* like a lump of Leok, Mother If tongue I I. coated
Cleans little with "Cali
bowel.
to arrange transport at uniform lead or you belch gk. and eructate\
either to fwther reduce their rationor .
1- .- - to send the. ships we will have rate., to dl.trlbute the foreign sugar our, undigested food or have a feeling fornia Syrup of Figs. \.
,i between the United States and allies\ ullncas '
of dizzinpua, heartburn nausea,
.. ... ..... . .. . . . . . *.. .. .........000..0.00.. .. done damage to our abilities to win subject to the approval 'of the American bad taste in' mouth .and< stomMh-head- ,(

"' this war. English, French and Italian %overnmenta. > Mother can rest easy after giving
relief In five minutesby
: "If we tend the *hlp. t* Java ache, you can get "California Syrup of Figs because in
Cold
l" Storage for Fresh Meats neutralizing acidity. Put an end to, a few hours all the clogged-up waste,
for 200,000 ton of sugar next year
'I This oommlttee, while holding strong Such stomach distress now by getting a sour bile and fermenting food gently
I w. wHI have neltatod the employment views aa to the price to be paid for large fift1-c<'nt case of Tape's Diapepsla moves out of tbe bowel, and ;you bare I
Eggs Etc. .f eleven extra ships for Cuban has not had the Anal
Vegetables sugar fro.-/ any drug store. You realize lo a well, playful child again.!' I .
.
The .hlpe-af used In
on* year. This voice has rested In the
voice five minutes how n..dl..u It i> to ..uft'PffroDi Sick children needn't be coaxed to
STORAGE RATES ON MEATS: transporting troops would take" governments concerned together with indigestion. dyspepsia or any stomach take this -harmless "fruit laxative."
< 150,000 t* 200,000 men to Franc. the Cuban government, and I wish to disorder. caused" by food fermtntatioBdu Millions[ of mother keep it handy because

r It Quarter of Beef __......I/2C lb. Meat left !fa Storage sad Ram for world $h.rtageAs state emphatically that all of the gen to excessive acid ia stomach. they know its act.lon'Olthe stomach -

; Wfcofc Hegi.___..______Vielfc. cut at mttt Ie lb. Mr. Hoover pointed out. the Uemen concerned aa good commercialmen liver and bowel i I. prompt and era
I't United States, Canada and gland have endeavored with the utmost MINISTERIAL AS CIATION. Aak jour druggiat for a. bottle cf

t Curing Pork ready for smoking 1 l-2c. per pound, were sugar.importing countries before patience and skill to secure a lower "California. Syrup of Fig."" wbiob coC

the war, while :France and Italy were price, and their persistence baa re The Ministerial Association met rains: direction for babies childreno/ '
;\ Curing and Smoking, 2c per pound. very nearly self supporting. The main duced Cuban demands, b, 15 cents per last Monday forenoon, the following all age and for grown-ups.

,: source of the world' sugar supply hundred. The price agreed upon U ministers present: Witherapoon, Si. .

; ;. Bring us hogs the 'they killed. We will'dorti "I was Germany and neighboring powers, about '..00 per hundred pounds, f. o. b. bert Kirkby .'armer' and Coleman, )>I.' ," It 'seems,, rather;,, strange that the
t: ,your ; ; day are, ,:J'' !!. J 1i the West Indies and the' East Indie Cuba, or equal to about 90 duty paid ,, ,Prayer:? was offeredibyjBro I Sibert, girls and the. : women' h veJo') conserve .
\ :, .. __ .. ,.... ,,
"" ; ; *v-', 'hl'iA. ",:"!"& ',$! ':\ '.'litJiJthe.;:; ,rest cih."W': ,;?t f ft fJ}f German sugar Is no longer available, New.Terfc., ._ .. ,, jj"This ,9.at: ,.,',IIL\Am. i Minutes jsi of,J[the fe previous j meeting 80-m much*9 and_a thTbovi can wear.a new Jk I,

al It Is used entirely'in Germany price should evontaiatof\ read ''and I approved.VfflfWiWWW fWdffl tieevery'dayS"'.":''''' 4,1-, 1\'*''I' v', ".
After discussion of recommendation'
t-rr which also absorbs'sugar of surrounding a -
Mr. Hoover said" "to about S7.3Q
KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE CO. countries per hundred for refined sugar fromthe by the National Reform Bureau
referring to the bill t.ow before Con- "
Coach-"Who'i'
i this?
England can no longer buy 1,400,000 refiner at seaboard points or example is!
.+fff.f * t t ..... B 9018 0.0..0.IOto.... gress creating a federal censorship
long ton of sugar each year from should place sugar In the hands of moving, picture films a resolution was Katherine-"No one's."

Germany. The French sugar production 'the consumer at from 8to t adopted asking the chairman and secretary Belton around "Whereis
looking
( )-
has dropped from 750.0QO to 210- cents p.r pound depending upon to write lion. William J. Sears
000) )( tons. The Italian production has locality and condition of trade, .r chairman of the Committee'on Education he?"

fallen from 210,000 tons to 7B/XX) tone at from 1 to 2 cent* below the to which the bill has been re- -
Thus three countries were thrown price of August last and from one- erred asking him to urge the pas.

Osceola Hardware Co. upon East and West. Indian sources half to, a cent per pound cheaper sage'of the bill. .
for'l,02r>,000 ton annually to maintain than teda,.. A motion was .also adopted asking NEW WINDLE
,
their normal consumption.Because . each minister to write to every pas-
There 1* sow an elimination of.pecul.tlon. tor: of his denomination in the Fourth
of the world's shipping extortionate: profits and Congressional District urging that
i Located on Kissimmee'sBUSIEST shortage theallied nations started In the refining alone the American resolution be adopted in all the HOTEL

!!' drawing on the West Indies for sugar; people will save over 925,000,000 of churches urging the passage of the

CORNERCarpenters' East Indian sugar took three time the refining charge last year A part censorship bill. And that such resolutions Jacksonville Florida
i the number of ship, since th* distance of these savings goes to tile Cuban be at once forwarded to lion ,
was three times. as great Suddenly William J. Sears. v
Hawaiian, Porto Rican and Louslanlan '
the west was called on to fur- producer and part to the consumer."Appeals The .subject of early Saturday night Complete, Modern Screened.
nish and did furnish. 1,420,000 tons of closing of all tbe .stores was. discuss Outside Rooms. In heart of
I Tools sugar to Europe when 800,000 tons a to prejudice against. the ed. Dr. Witherspoon and Dr. Falls. City. Convenient to everything.Send .
administration have bean made
year was the pre-war demand. The food were appointed a committee to visit
allies had drawn from Java 400,000 because the Cuban price Is 34 cents the stores in the interest of this move for booklet.
I above that of 10IT. It la said In effect ment. Windle
II. Smith
tons before the shipping situation became Prop.
i i ig We Kaye in stock the following: Bailey'f Planes, Stanley Ley- acute. that the Cubans are at our mercy; The chairman and secretary were

; eta and Riles, Maydole Hammers, Diwton Saw., Etc. In the 0. V. "In spite of these shipments," Mr. that w% could get .sugar a cent lower.( 1 . -
We made exhaustive study of the costof
l B. brand we have Coopered>> Squares, Ratchet Braces, Augur Bill, Hoover stated the other day *"the producing sugar la Cuba last year <"a-H-*<-M"><"fr< M">4" ** =+."+--x--: : >->

Chisels, Screw Driver, Etc. You can't beat such a line of good the English household.government sugar in ration August.to reduced a basis. through our own agents. In Cuba, and to
we find It averages fS. 9. while many
of 24 pounds per annum per capita. producers are at a higher level; We

Everybody should have an Everready Fla.h-ligbl. It's the most And In September the French government found that an average proSt of at t i Tax i
reduced<< their' household rationto Notice
useful) novelty in the market, and we tell .lot of them. It putt the! 18 2-10( pounds a ;year or a bit over In least order a cent to per maintain pound and was necessary stimulate '

light where want it and when 1 pound of a month 'Even this. y
you you want it. We've just got in a pugnr production or that a minimum price of
ration could not be !filled by x
new lot. mcncre '''.37 was necessary. and even this
the French government It, was found I
would stifle some producers.' t
early In the fall. America 'was then :

Have been getting in a large invoice ft Mattresses this werk' asked for 100,000 tons 'of 'Riigar'andsucceeded /' cents"The ubove price these ultimately figures agreed, or about was one-23 t: KISSIMMEE, FLA., Feb.. 4, 1918. :}
<< In Bending<< 83,000: tons by
and are now able to gratify most any desire in that line. Our built- December 1. The French request was fifth of a cent per pound to the\ American .y

,. up. mattresses, are as fine as you ever saw. Jrnnte.l1'nu'l'; the American household consumer, and more than this :
consumption was then at least 1\1\:' amount hits been saved by ourreduc. .. Notice is hereby given that the :
r, -- tion In rellners' profits. If wo wish to
e Folks are talking about our complete stock of Furniture. Listen pounds per person, nnd It was considered stifle production In Cuha we could {. .if.f ,
the duty of maintaining tho books of )
tax Osceqla I
to what they say. French morale made our course clear." tuke that course just at llio tune of all ?f County : .j'
times In our history when we wnnt
t We are delighted to see so many people pushing the War Savings Today the sugar situation maybe
for ourselves nnd the al-
that If I production> for the collection of the 1917 ''t
summarized 'by stating r
Stamps. It' a great thing to do. Volunteer your dollars before lies. Further than thnt. the state department -
r, America will reduce Its sugar con- [
they are drafted by the Kaiser. Buy Thrift Stamps. sumption 10 to 15 per cent, this will assure you that such n f. will close
course would produce disturbances In taxes promptly i
nation will b* able to send 200,000more on .
I _ soldier to France. Cuba nnd destroy even our"present I '

GASHUM & SUSETTE Sugar today sells at seaboard refineries supplies reasons Is but one beyond of human all those justice.material This I i April l first. All taxes not paid

at 97.23) a hundred pounds. .
great country has no right l hy> the
;
"Say, Gasaum, that girl next door cant play the piano worth
The wholesale grocer has agreed to
of Cuba.
Its to strangle
might position :
that date I
a cent. She gets the upper and lower cords all mixed up." limit his profit to 25: cents a hundred "Therefore there Is no Imposition by will be subject to

"Oh I like to hear,her play," replied Gashnm, "for she plays plus freight and the retail grocer Is upon the American public. Charges!
supposed to take no more than 5Q cents all
like Cbrfst
10 a an. havebeen made before this committee costs. .
'"What on earth makes yo say that?" a hundred made pounds profit This. regulation that Mr. Itolph endeavored to benefit ;
was by the food administration
'. '\ Because she dont let her left hand know what her right hand ,.whtch now asks the housewife'to the California refinery of which he .' C. L. BANDY
was maaager by this 34 ceat Increase. r
doss '
ia .
.
reduce sugar consumption as much
in Cuban price. Mr. Rolph did not fix:
a* possible, using other sweeteners,
r\ and also reminds her"that she should the price. It does raise the price to Tax Collector of Osceola County -
I.
,
j Watch this next week for about the Hawaiian fftrmer about that
space more Gashum and pay no more than 9 cents a pound for
t amount It does not raise. the profit of !
.UMU near. .,
/"' i i tile California renoeryt because: their .
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THE:KISSIMMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE.. FRIDAY;;MARCH'E. 1'18 "W ..


BOY" 'SCOUTS TO ENLIST \ ,. r '


: Calomel Users! :Listen To *Me! .. -

IN WAR. 'STAMP CAMPAIGN, Don't Suffer with cQn-
rv r \
r I Guarantee Dodsoh's Liver Tone --; *

Washington n, March 1-.-The 850,000 to teU..r'.vinga stamps.' The boys stipation, Biliousness Sick I
will take the orders for from
Boy Scouts of America have been asked stamps

,ocour!,<,Sruggisfc; given back your money if It d>esn'ii by the Secretary' ,of the Treasuryto house in the to mall home box, drop, and the the signed post office cards Headache, Dyspepsia, :arid '

liven your liver and bowels and straighten;* enlist an army of war ''Savers will do the rest James E. West,
throughout the country. The .coots chief scout executive, tonight sent all their attendant discomfort
!you :up without making ;you sick have Instructions from their national this message to each of the USOOOl .
headquarters to ring every doorbellin ------ - - - - - - - -- --
. the land, deliver a short talk on the the duty and privilege of every loyal j
r 'There's no reason why a person is mercury and attacks :Tour bones. necessity of saving, and take? orders citizen to help the Nation in its hour DR. CALDWELL'S
hould calomel for Government war-saving! seciui\ of need, and every dollar saved helps
take sickening,eahyatiiur cal- Take a dose of nasty today
ties the 25 cent and $5 thrift stamps. win the war. As the Secretary of theTreasury
mel when few cent. and will feel weak sick and
a buys a urge you ,
President Wilson wilt write hag well said
1 a personaPletter so : "Our first i '
ttle of Dodson's LiTer Tone-a nauseated tomorrow. Don't lose a of thanks to the scout in duty in this critical time is to economize I. Pepsin
erfect substitute for calomel. day's work Take a spoonful of each State who has the highest 'record to avoid waste, to place all .
It is a pleasant, Testable liquid D daon's Liver Tone instead and of sales during the year, and the our available resources at the disposal
[.whichwill start your liTer iust.as you will wake up feeling great. No wives of the Cabinet! members have of the Government War-savings! ... I The Perfect Laxativeis
urely as calomel, but it doesn't more biliousness, constipation, sluggishness offered to give a victory flag in each stamps are Issued.by the Government
cake you sick and can not salirate. : headache, coated tongue or State to the troops standing at the to induce saving, discourage waite,
of
Children and grown folks'can take sour: stomach. Your druggist says if top at the end of the year. and inculcate habits of thrift through.. a' combination simple Laxative Herbs
::1.>ison's. LiTer .Tone, because it is you'don't find Dodson' LiTer Tone Secretary McAdoo, in his appeal to out the country. Scouts are expectedto with Pepsin mild and. gentle in its action'and, r
the work for the
'harmless.Calomel better than horrible calomel scouts, says: war-savings campaign
_ _perfectly acts
relieves constipation quickly without griping'
Your splendid work in the Liberty every day in the year and to sell war-
tt. io'' a dangerous drug. It your money ia waiting: for you. Loan campaign proved that the Gov- savings stamps to all wo will save or' other pain or discomfort.. It is especially
1 trnment can count on you and your .and lend their savings to the. Govern '
f vL organization. Knowing that you are ment. recommended' for children.
A. CARSON, President. N. C BRYAN Secretary. always ready to serve your country, An ace medal, similar to the aviators -
and realizing how widely ..war-sav decoration will be awarded the Sold
ings stamps may be old through your scouts taking orders for $250, and by Druggists Everywhere

::The Waiters & CarSOn' efforts another take opportunity.pleasure presentingyou palms$100.will War be given savings for are eadh now additional coming. 50 cts. (a) $1M IA j ,

Five million red jfcwtcarcto haves Into the Treasury at the rate of nearly '
*! Government for I TtUI So tl. Cu B. Obtain: rm .! Ctorm, kr WrftUf, .
been printed by the $2,000.000 a day, on at a rote equalto ..
the special use of the scouts. Theseare the entire receipts 'of the Govern IMU W. cALDWlUo, Of WASHINGTON ITR.1IT.;MOHTICILLO, ILLINOIS ,

Grocery Company .,orders for the local postmaster, ment a few years ago.<

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Bankers Alone Can't Finance the War I ther Director-General before the reunion McAdoo are decided held,today so- I Subscribe for the Gazette,f 2 yearly. ".

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? : Wholesale and Retail Dealers in .. be could promiao train facilities Piles Cured !. 6 to H DaysYw
Financing: the war will not devolve unship, forgetting selfish interests, and special rates of.one cent a mile. drvntet. will reload BMMMT U PALO.
..... .. ,
l GRO c ERIES-: : upon te'-.irea the rde-tn wealthy-':Flo clauses ridd'-rtlixordir;ai many seem'g',to and thinking;'determined!onlyof>to supremacy vlndlcat6th of right'im' .* \ gN l NC .THRIFT. ..S'IdM1'9' ... 'I'IM OINTMENT 111I..1I"I'IJqr_. ...../.an.s.....tptHA dl.I P/l.aLew11p"./.*gay* cf..rldiae........ei,.i........-........ }

statements wade by Secretary of the jesty of our ideals and to secure the Sings the Arizona Gazette:
Treasury William' G.- McAdoo a safety of America" and civilization, "A thrift stamp a day
mass meeting in Washington recently can do this great and splendid pieceof Keeps the kaiser a7.IA .".
I
.. but every man, woman 'and child' work.. i beautiful and inspiring thought A
0'. .,0 0 ... . .. . 0 r04 Ob . . . . . in the country must do his bit or two "Our business-these days is to think to which we feel moved to add i 4
;. : bits. State Director, J. F. C.,Grigs only in terms cf America, to forget Every Stamp that you lick
4 WE SELL .', 4 e WE BUY ., says be has found cona'.denwle.sentiment .. ambition, to forget partisanship, to Makes autocrac sick. .)
.. 0 ,, that this war can be successfully forget everything except right and And' if you find It Impossible to raiseto 5' 5 .5CO
o BAY -. ".' financed without sacrifice on the 'justice and triumph for America's the heighth of patriotic liberality -R.
. BIDES part of those in the remote sections of cause and the suppression forever of indicated by a stamp a day, there's o0 ,
.
O GRAIN '. ''i.\:\... the State, but that such U not the case those things which cast civilization itself consolation in the fact that -
I FURS ., for unless we render assistance volun- into darkness during these last A little thrift stamp now and then BONES
'
t4W., FERTILizERS., -- V ; tarily, it.will be eommandeered,' according three horrible years. Helps Europe get ier grip again.
WOOL 1-, to the Director., In his speech ."Every .man, woman and child: In While those who are so affluent that : RUBBER ,COPPER I ,
..
4 SHINGLES 0 at Washington Secretary William. this country who wants to serve eansem they can afford to''Jnvest $4.13 .at a : BRASS J
AND McAdoo said:; and they can serve in a-very simple clip, just. like. that, may chant joyfully : TIRES
4 ORANGE BOXES. 0 "We have a great deal of money to and effective v/ay.. Every twenty- : TUBES LEAD .,f
.. ALL raise, and It cannot be raised by bank- five, cents invested ,Irt War Savings Turning dollars into stamps .
.0 ORANGE WRAPS, e ; ers alone. Stampe is a loan to-your government Turns the Sammies into camps. I ROPE SCRAP I IRON
"
COUNTRY "The banks of W.'country have not and every twenty-five cents wilj do. And'every thrift patriot, rich or
0 VEGETABLE CRATES o the .resources'te sustain America's something. to help." .' poor, may bear' in mind continuallythat SEND rr rota WE fttnrr PRo lVl1Y | ..
.. 0, .. PRODUCE needs In this war and to enable Amer.. ---.:- ''Write. For'Prtcdist,-' ;!\o
4 .CRATE NAILS 0 ica to extend'"to our allies ,.'1\0 are He who buy. a thrift stamp Often
fighting, with us the essential 'aid War Screws the lid on Wilhelm's coffin., \\PtmSULARHETALCa .
40 .. 000 . . .'. 0 . 0'. . 000 . 0 . . . . which they must !have to enable themto WinningTthe That's about as' much as we feel J
go on with the war equal to. We'leave the rest to. poets. 687 C.BAY JACKSOIMLU'.nA. i(
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds "The rich.of this! country alone can It is gratifying see our people more' inspired.. . 1
'
not do it The men of this country waking and buying Thrift Stampsand
Wi give special attention to &ting'ou'thunting'and camping parties.Free up
alone cannot do it. The women of
delivery ia city limiu., Thane No..12. this country alone cannot do it. convenient War Savings and equitable Stamps. This to Is a .tOto.oo..o..o.oo.otoo..ooo.oo..ooo..oo.. .....
We are county agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and prier. "But all of us, the ''people of the ,win the war.The'Government. 'way help 'j.

:a -M fertilizers. -' United,Stator;by disregarding, parti-! ''needs the money Stout Lumber Co. H:

-- to'be"bent In rapidly order that a ,
-I I constant stream ,of supplies of :all SUCCESSORS. TO MAY-STOUT LUMBER.OO. "
kinds.'may' be,kept running to bur
boys tn the trenches.. The more rap 'DEALERS IN. r ,

.. r idly we can send'win in the the victory money the which soonerthey we .I Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber. Novelty '
'
W. H, ARNOLD' ALAN J. MacDONOUGH must'!:'' have. i Works in Connection.
I OFFICE GROUND FLOOR Then this is a splendid way to make i ,
investments that are amply securedby It is pleasure to estimates at all times.
oar give yon
'eo.. CITIZENS BANK BUILDING _
the Government and bear 4
; ;,. ,...., .'.. .. - which per Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery. ,
'. '" '"' '" "Cl Phone 312 /'. o ?. p.rw. cent interest is a reasonable
.
-'it ... ,' ryr '
compensation for the use of our mon-
I. .. Kissimtnee
Fla.j
r" Phone 21. '
., .} P. 0. Box 413 ey, especially when it is doing such incalculable ? ; .
I Ji-/: ,: .. good. '? ..,* i '*"*.v( '. ........ .......6..0..60..0.6oo4..00..o..00.*..
.. '))01. '"''.'Ij;' ; -.Every man, woman and child amongus -----, --- '-;;,,-:;, c.: .- --: ', :-.-- -- --.J, .I.;
should be'a real patriot;and do the
utmost to aid in winning this victory.
There should not be any slackers among .
us-not in Kissimmee. dl
Arnold & We-expect every man and boy In'' State Bank .
the battle line to prove himself a real .
hero.not, only face death, but give up ,
his life if necessary to win' victory.We .
who are at home, safe from the assaults
of the enemy,'Ihoard: feel con of Kissimmee .
strained.to make even the. severest

MacDonoughREAL be diers sacrifices' amply should that equipped be the met for needs, and winning.of-the that they sol-l The of the world

We have the account of a boy in another eyes
state that did not have any mon
ey -to'pay for stamps who saved the -. '
... nicfcles given him by his parents to the .whoSAVES
: buy noon lunches at school who saved are. on man
M these nickles and bought: War Savings
Stamps with them.. lie had the; righ
spirit,and has in him the elements' ofa
i hero. -
ESTATE -
The children of Kissimmee should
be encouraged to save the nickles they Y
are in the habit of spending for ice -
cream cones, soft drinks and movies,
and put the money in war savings
stamps to help win the war. To form
such habits wilt be
worth much to the

r VWE. HAVE THE .LAND you want-any size children-an W.inestimable B. WITHERSPOON benefit. .


Farm from* 5' to 640 with for moment young man ,
acres or more- or M'ADOO ANNOUNCES' RATE OF PAUSE ,

I CENT A MILE FOR.REUNIONS 've, thought to self. The '.

'without orange groves: land adapted to ,the growing ,
,
y. Washington March 1.-Director- problems that confront' now or '
you ,
General McAdoo has.decided( (.hat the

of 'CASTOR BEANS, Truck Farms, Chicken Farms, Confederate rates and veterans no shall interference have special of- will a ,few years hence. '


Cattle ranches Hog raising general farming Potato summer transportation at Tulsa to, Okla.their, and reunion, that this the Look about yonthe men flf,:affairs in country, state, nation-; '

-, Grand Army of the Republic shall yes in the world, are the men :who started to' sa.*,_early in..life.;
have the same for its meeting at (
and Cabbage land, or virgin soil. Portland, Ore. They-Lays the respect and confidence of the commnnity.
I Because of the 'congested condition .
ot the railroads,, and also as' a war Then I look oa the other side at the fellows who aH 1
spend they .
We have number of in property measure, there was some probability <
.., a bargains city that transportation. facilities and make-they,may .have a",food time for a while, I but what does theirs ,
rates might be denied to these special personality reflect s
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= that you wouldn't; resist.A train. The situation has cleared, '
however, and is expected to_clear f ur- A dollar or so deposited in this bank will .be the

nucleus of' aa honorable, independent weer. ,.---
Call to show'you. It costs.
on us,, nothingto
: you Rheumatic Aches Make year befinnini aow-ftoday. 'Your. bank. -*-"

: ;-.Drive' them book will pan tie way. .. . ;. *'TT'J'r
let us ,prove that we'' have the land you are looking \Liniment 'the Out with soot A
quick-acting Capital stock ____1__ _.'
leg liniment that penetrsde without _--i ____. ___ $ieoooi.oi
for---m the place! like and at rubbing and relieves'the pain. Resources. even_________-______-,- rr' _____, 6tDOOO.OI/
you --- prices
you Always have a bottle Jn the house .
.. for the aches.and pains ot rheumatism ,' Officers and .DirecterstC. ,
;gout,lumbago,strains.sprains, t+
can pay.A Stiff GnmuriMdfeulM i joints and a H mujcle, 'soreness, ,,. I' .'A; CARSON- ,,President, M. KATZ as 4 t+.1.. LESLEY, T-P.

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Sixteen, U. S. Thrift ,Stamps plus from 12. to 23 cents in cash will, purchase a War Savings Stamp, which

when affixed to a War Savings Certificate is the guarantee of the Government and the people of the

1 United States to repay on January 1, 1923, the full.amount ,with interest at 4% compounded quarterly.

The U. S. Thrift card. is, a pocket-sized card given 'free of charge. to purchasers: of U. S. Thrift Stamps.. II ,:i

;, The War Savings Certificate is a pocket-sized folder given to holders of War Savings Stamps. I ;

War Savings Stamps are as safe as the United States. !I

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Because we are at war; h1
As simple as buying postage stamps.
-1 .Because the 'more we save, the more material and

labor will. be available..for'the use. of' ,'the Government .This is the simplest security .'ever offered by a ;.

for the support of our army; great government to its people. Any ,man,

__ Because we must have dollars as well.asF men in ''
child'who
'tie. f freedom* '. '. .' '' I,.,",'*,\&"t'frJi{!! ' ': i \ ".,.'woman:'i'fi'l.tr.r'f'I'.orti'., : '''''' ,. '>'.or- .. can. ,save". twenty-five' : .:./"
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establish;the "'soundest j a*''\!"Y1I. ,l t4J:::rx.;".,, :i'iicentS. . can::obtain ,,at iy\Postoffi, . ,.or .Bank... a, ._;"
Because iLnarsiniplestr .. .. .. . , . _. ,
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basis of saving, which is the key to individualsuccess United. .. States Government Thrift'Stamp and .!

; a thrift card to which to attach it. This starts
:Because there is no safer investment in the. world;
you as an investor, and puts you behind the
Because War increase each
Savings Stamps must .
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Buy them NOW, because ,the cost increases one cent every month after.January 31, 1918.9 The. sooner you "

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_ The price of War Savings Stamps increases one cent.each month until December, 1918, when the price Is 423. The cost is as follows: "
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-' January. . $4.12 0'. April.' . $4.15 .. July., .... ..:. .. $4.18'- ,.. .. October., ., ,,, . .... /. '. 4.21. i
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o.March . 4.14 June. . 4.17, . .September .. 4:2O- December. . 4.23_ t-
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H. C. Stanford Neloa Realty Compujr' Corner. .. C.W. Grifia "*.".*. ','" r1i. J..C. Howard ',.
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Sttry Store WcB.er>Sa rytr' Book Store J. W. WpD. ,t "' Mitt Leaite Regero. : .Otceola Hardware Company
c. HVGruthu r .' ?i 7 Boa Tea Hat'Slop Dollar Limit Store .. .J.-A. UacatUrCkarlee ; f : iW.Thoeiptoa '3
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f ,. . M. Katz Erlcktoa ..c.. ,. .
Roberto Drag St. J. J. Griffin ; :t. ... r. : .
Aw. S and...o. J.we1r7 C... ,W. B. MaUa... Cempimy I'Mlai Mattie. ,Bud. y''' ,. ..;.. Fred Henberf : ." : F.Ht;I.+wtoa . 'e. .\ '. ,, 1 .
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CStt Bask ... B. R. A. Sayder.: 1. : L.p' Garage Gazette. ::' 'a .:
'j SUto $uk .! [Liiseo. ? ""ow Otceola. Pharmacy Ordia Batt J"".'J'.I'. B. Bryaa f. t U. S. feet Office, KiiaiauneeSootkera "" 1 1. "d;! .
1\1\ Ctatral Drag Store "Water* ft Cane. Grocery' Company. '0. P.' Lots ,'E. L. Leeks., Express Office .
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R. E. OLDS SAYS FLORIDA ,

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: : I ,SUPERIOR TO CALIFORNIA

MEAT TASTES .
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Mr. R. E,. Olds, the famous :Michigan : I-1 er in Florida where deep foundations The War
manufacturer the Reo nutos i' are pot required to protect against; the
: BETTER.COOKED. and trucks, while in Olds mar near I effects of frost in the ground. One has .
to construct warmer buildings; in the
Tampa ]last, week, gave out an interview north and provide against storms and
which in partwas as follows;! extreme<< of heat and cold /which 'are
4 And tobacco now tastes much '. "1 have spent several winters in absent in Flbr ida. The costs of the '

''tl ;l better toasted. California, and have been coming to heating equipment und maintenanceare
; Florida for the last eighteen years. also lower here, .
Florida is my choice on account of the "I believe the greatest work a man '
You'll know this when climate, because I thoroughly enjoy can do today' is to plan into the future Savings'Plan
you, the balmy, nights, which are cool en- and help the world to produce all
smoke the famous Lucky Strike: ough to enable one,to sleep comfortably of the food we can. The old days have
_ cigarette the real but do not necessitate an overcoat passed when the majority of people
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Burley cigarette. the minute the sun goes out of had gardens 'and 'chickens to supply
.' sight. Besides, Florida is conveniently their, own tables. Someone else must ,
located as regards the .great Citiesof produce the fruits of the land on a '
the east, large scale in order to keep the world
"I thoroughly believe also In Florida alive. The real way to reduce the high
Its as a state in which to locate 'manuufacturing .' cost of living) is to produce crops in
'propositions.' It is near large quantities in a land of sunshineand
enough to the coal and iron of Alaba I length of season where one can
v , ma'and Tennessee. If the Reo Auto I raise several crops a year,' to say
toasts factory had been located here, I believe I nothing of the advantages to the laboring
we would have saved a good i man by living: in beautiful sun- ,
many hundred thousand'' dollars. In i shine against; the snow and ice of the V
the item of heating the plant, it has north. I have been surprised to see Is a, plan by which you invest .
cost from to the number of.farmers who
us $30,000 $50,000 a year have discovered -
i ( ,. practically all of which could have I the many advantages: Of Flori your small savings'with the
It's toasted to develop and seal been saved, in ,,the south, to say nothing -i Ida, and the steady influx of some of ,
of the great saving: in' cbal\. to the. tILe best people from other states
United Government.
in the Burley tobacco flavor. workmen in heating their homes. -{proves. that Florida's wonderful clij States
"The cost of building: is much low-j I mate is being appreciated."
__u..u'1 You do it by buying War Savings -


J, .' a -'- w f I'I I Stamps and Thrift Stamps.


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Cinderella, a. presentation! of bhe Tuck'er and Clyde 'Harris in a-picka
world-old story,. was rendered by home ninny stunts, were general favorite $4.12 in January, and to this .
,1 I and were repeatedly encored. :Mr. Car-
tii11 talent the Caaina
Friday night at
penter as the Old Woman jn the shoe
theater, under the direction of C. Carpenter surrounded by her children, Altn Ruth price is added one cent for each

assisted by Mrs. Carpenter. Overstreet, I Dorothy :McCrunie, Evelvn
A clever introduction of specialties Paulk Eleanor Rosin, Elsie Walsh! month since January. The one
rendered the program an elaborateone Julia Ledbetter, Dorothy Bullock and
and evidently pleased the audi- Jackmetta Aultman and DeRheta Alderman cent advance each month is to al-
if the frequent
ence one might judge by was very realistic. Perhapsno
and prolonged. applause.\ In fact, feature of bhc evening; reflected the the
every small I entertainer made a hit. real entertainer more than this scene! low for interest stamp earns.
.. The artistic groupings, the court{I for the dimunitlvc artists forgot JJjc
scenes with the rich costumes and the footlights and sp ctatora, while they
; 10 I dainty fairies all contributed. to the romped in perfect abandon.
+s7fod !success! of the entertainment.The I Patsy Makinson gave a wonderful These stamps as bought are pasted in"a

introduction, the story of Cinderella interpretative dance the. Bird and the War Savings Certificate which is a
was read by Mrs. J. Earle Serpent story then added to her suc- ,
Lupfer, gowned ina style. befittingthe : cesses by 'several good songs. folder with 20 spaces for the Stamps.
1I Mother Goose ape. She occupieda I Misses Gertrude McKay and Elea-
seat in the center of the stage: and nor Rosin gave; readings which were When these 20 spaces are filled put the .
round her were grouped: wee tiny tots; received with generous applause. The Certificate it is worth $100
who listened with rapt attention to Spanish Da'nce by Mrs. Carpenter in i away; pay-
the: marvelous tale, Then/ ,the curtain a genuine Spanish costume, assisted able Jan. 1, 1923. Then start another. {
descended to rise again on 'another by Misses Nellie Woodall, Leila Mc-
Guaranteed world where a wonderful fairy queen Cranie, Katherine McKay and Patsie
Ijy United Thrift is for investors
O/9 States
A Stamp -
with glistening tiara, waved a star :Makinson was well received.
ti tipped wand and Gnomes and fairies Misses Dorothy Wells, Lois Over- who want to save but find the
ran to! do her bidding. A "truly street, Dorothy Makinsi n, Jeanette

. .,.... prince" appeared upon the scene. Prevail, Margaret Kenton, Lilian War Savings Stamp more'than they can
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Just such a prince as every fairytale I, Harris, Gladys Griffin 'Alv Fortner, time The U. S. Thrift
reader has dreamed of; a prince with I I I Mattie Stanford, Norms GriffinGrace spare at one

_ _ .. _, __ ,n ,nu __ ._ ._ a velvet suit,.clanking: sword, a drooping Gilbert, and Lucy Lupfer with flow- Stamp costs 25 cents; you get a Thrift
:-:- ",,*":....... -:-: : :.: : plume, even with the undying love ing robes and banded hair posed in
for the princess yet unseen. The bar- groupings from the Greek a numberof Card from the postoffice or bank, or
on was there with two unkind daughters times on' the program' and were other authorized chargefor
and the down-hearted Cinderella general favorites. agency; no
Wanted : sitting in rags:! before a hearth, dreary Charli Regero rendered a beautiful the card. There are 16 spaces on
in spite of the realistic fire. The clarinet solo
whole story was lived again, through Those taking principal roles in Cin- this Card; a place for each. 25centThrift

' To buy steers one year old and up. Price the memoable ball, and the flight of derella were: Margaret Stanford, the Stamp you buy. Sixteen of 1
Cinderella, till the triumphant mo- prince; Maggie Mae McCranie, Cin- .
according to age and size. Will pay spot ment when the prince and princesswere derella; Olivine 'Savage, fairy queen; them make $4. When the card is full, I
united by the fitting of the glass Frances 'Tucker, Alidorr; Mary Tiller,
.. cash. slipper Then.(with the royal pair Dandini; Billie Sibert, Clorinda; Caro- , take it to the postoffice, or bank) or
seated '''upon/j their1'";throne," surrounded .) lyn Fripp, Thisbe; Joe Makinson;' Bar, },, other and a War Savings
BASS & PHILLIPS byi their!!attendants');in magnificentattire onj: Arthur Bullock,,'>,PedroiW-Pats f agency get
;>theyj listened Vto the merriment Makinson fairy juGnomegWi4sjMi18S: { {i : : I' :' Stamp; you'll pay the difference, 12
i A. F. Bass, Buyer. Kiitimmce & St. Cloud. 10-tf provided,'for"them , /ikThroughouttlt! the1(evening the.;Kia- IlR\.1' ''cents fori and
SJt"'lalllt's. simmee Orchestra rendered a splendid January one cent, more '
\:-.;-:-:-x-: :wwx-: } :-4-}+: :M"'wi-0S=-> One of the successes of the evening; program of mucical numbers and add each month during 1918. Paste the
was the Quaker act by Misses Lillian i ed no small measure to the, pleasureof
.... Harris and Alva 1'ortner prim, se the audience.The War Savings -Stamp on the Certificate
So' I'' date costume. A military dance by Kissimmee Womans' Club, un.%
r' with it and
. .7f '- Miss Emma Dean and Master Kester dcr whose auspices the entertainment Card you get start a new
I . Shackleton and readings by Miss I'ris- I was given, will divide the proceedswith 25-cent Thrift Card. The U. S. Thrift
'" 1> cilia I'eckman well received. Joe the local Red Cross. %
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.INIX"W : A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR. j jKissimmec :Miss! Ruth Bleech! The subject was Savings Stamps:do-4 per cent, com-

about what a league could do to win three months. The interest
ii Florida, will have a distinguished the war, and the result was to show pounded every ...
visitor when ExGovernorJ. that the :young! ; people are in earnest is in the convenient form of a
Frank Hanly, of Indiana, presidential about doing their bit to that end.
nominee of the Prohibition party Next Sunday morning the pastor is ... monthly increase the face value of
In the last election, .an( president of to preach on the subject of the "King the Stamps. The Stamps are redeem-
the Flying Squadron Foun "
dom of Christ, showing the relation
speaks in the First Baptist chinch, of the, church to the present world able at their full value, $5, on January1st
{ These on Sunday, March 10th, at t S p. m. The situation. .
j Boys well known statesman and orator Last Sunday morning the subjectwas 1923.
comes in behalf of the cause to which "The Sabbath Day-Which?" It
he has dedicated his life, that of Prohibition was in the nature of a discussion of If need draw the
of the licensed liquor traffic. you to out money you
the relative merits of the different
With Your Dollars lie should, and no doubt will, be heard theories about the Sabbath Day. .The have saved (don't do it if you don't
ItE by a large audience. Not only docs proacher shoed that the Sabbath,
his[ cause deserve such, but the stand art institution, ordained of God, and have to)) go to the postoffice and they

I ing of the man deserves it. Those who does not belong to man, to do as he will tell you what to do and what the
do not believe in ,
prohibition,
honestly chooses about it.: It is a day to be
;" differing along tie lines of practicability kept holy. The doctrine of Saturdar exact value of your investment is on

El A War Savings Stamp Is as Secureas Governor and not morals, should also hear ians was treated briefly, and it was that date and give' the
Hanly. Every manly man shown that one of their errors consisted you money.
National Bank Note desires to hear both sides of a ques- in trying: to make our present
a tion. day calendar fit the scriptural Sabbath -
G Governor Hanly has made a great I which it will not do. Leviticus
fight for the Temperance cause. He, 23 shows that the Jewish Sabbath was
I Both backed the United States is naturally a fighter; and \possesses founded upon the Passover feast;
are by such ammunition cs ability and courage -: that it occurred on the same day of A Country WorthFIGHTING
Government. About the only difference is that combined with energy and deter I, the year each time, and not on the
mination, to make a good fight. same day of th. week, that each day
i the 4. interest ;
I stamps pay you cent compounded (
per
He is a man of pleasing personality of the week was a Sabbath for a ForIS
t quarterly on January 1st, 1923. and an orator of unusual ability.No year, once every seven years. The
charge will be made and it is ex- Jewish Sabbath was a fixed date
1 If you are pressed for money at any pected that the church will prove inadequate rather than a fixed day. We are keep- =
to seat all those who will ing the Christian Sabbath day, not the
time, you can cash a War Savings Stamp for want to hear him.LIVINGSTON 'Jewish Sabbath day. The first day

its current value at any money order postoffice of the week is the Chrjstian Sabbath A Country Worth
,: on ten day's notice. M. E. CHURCH day, for it is the day Adam kept, the
ST. CLOUD.
( FLA.) day Christ and His Apostles kept,
Because Miss Beals, the chorister, the day the early Christians kept, and
i War Savings Stamps are convenient and was unable to be present last Sunday | is therefore, the original Creation, SAVING ForWS

easy investments, no "red tape" and are backed evening the choir vesper service had Patriarchial. Resurrection, Pentecos-
to be postponed. However, :Miss Helen tal, Apostolic Historical Halleluiah
1 '1 by the entire resources of the people of theUnited Santee was in the city visiting) her I I, Christian Sabbath,Day. March 10 the
father Rev. J. B. Santee, and was '
States. pastor will treat the subject: "The
prevailed upon to speak in the evening ',I i Sabbath-How?" or how we should
I ; on "Japan." Miss Santee has observe the Sabbath. '
Every Stamp you buy helps to keep the been a missionary in Japan for five I The ushers can make day.room for you, S .
Germans out of your own home. years and is soon to return to her I so come early and get a good seat. .
chosen field of labor. Her addresswas
you buy brings you nearer to financial freedom. highly appreciated by the great. All seats free and all are welcometo e 1WISUAi0STAMPS '
I I all the services at the Live. Wire ".U&D nr TUB
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congregation.The church. I UNITED STATES .
Ladies Aid met in regular ses- I

This War Will Be Won Only When sion The Tuesday Rev. N.p.W.m.Beauchamp in the annex led the i Whenever You Need a General Tonic I I = s

Take drove'
prayer meeting Wednesday evening.
Thrift Becomes Our Watchword Last Sunday was high tide thus The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless THIS BUTED BY .
c far this season in the matter of at- chill Tonic il equally valuAble a. a
tendance. Mr. Stauffer and his corps General Tonic because it contains the
of ushers handled the great congregation well known tonic properties of QUININE
Tills SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY without a hitch, and all were and IRON. It acts on the Liver,Drives State Bank of KissimmeeI
/ comfortably setted. out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and

CENTRAL DRUG, STQRE The Epy/orth League was led by I Builds up the VThoJt System. 60 cents. I &.
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R. E. OLDS SAYS FLORIDA

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MEAT TASTES SUPERIOR TO. CALIFORNIAMr.


R. E. Olds, the: famous Mlcl-] er in Florida where deep''foundation The War t
manufacturer of the Reo autos are not required to protect against the
BETTER COOKED can effects of frost in the ground. One has
and trucks, while in Oldsmar near: to construct warmer buildings in the

Tampa last week,:gav out an Inter- north and provide against storms and
view, which in part was as follows;' extremes of heat and cold which are
And tobacco now tastes'' much "I have spent several winters in absent in Florida The costs of the
California, and .have been coming: .to, heating equipment and maintenanceare
better toasted. Florida for the last eighteen years' ,also lower here.
Florida is my.choice on account of the "1 believe the greatest work a man
You'll know this' when climate, because I thoroughly enjoy ando;; today is to plan into the future SavingsPlan
you the balmy niehts, which are' cool en- and help the world to produce all
smoke the famous Lucky Strike, to enable one to sleep comfort.ably of the food we can. The old days havepas.ed
but do not necessitate an over- when. the majority of people
cigarette, the real Burley cigarette.. coat the minute the sun goes,out' of had gardens and chicken to supply \
: sight Beside, Florida is conveniently their own tables ,Someone else must
s located as regards the. great cities produce the fruit of the' land bn a
:" H of the east in order to keep the world .
, "I thoroughly believe also.In. Florida alive. The real way to reduce the high ". S
as a state in which to locate maim cost of living .la to produce crops in
.' ufacturing propositions. It is n ar large quantities In a land of sunshineand .
r. enough to the coal and Iron of Alabama length of season where one can
and Tennessee. If the Reo Auto raise several H.. 'I., factory had been located here, I believe nothing of the advantages to the la. .
we would\ .Jiav* saved a good boring man by living.in beautiful sunshine .
many hundred thousand -dollars. In against the snow and ice of the '
the item of heating the plant, it bee north. I have been surprised to seethe Is a plan by 'which you invest '
l?\ cost us from $30,000 to $50,000. year, number of farmers who have discovered
practically all of which could have I the tnany advantages of.FlopI your small savings with the
; It's toasted to develop and seal been saved in the south to say'nothIng -j I Ida,'and the steady influx of some of
of the great saying in coal to the the best, people from other state United States Government.
in the Burley tobacco flavor. workmen in heating their homes. I proves that Florida's wonderful cli T
"The cost of building is much low- mate is being appreciated."
.A .1 You do it by buying War Savings -


.J --.. ER LLA.--HBY HOME N-i--1 Stamps and Thrift Stamps.

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Cinderella, a 'presentation of the/ Tucker and Clyde Harris in ,a picka :
world-old story, was rendered by home) ninny stunts were general'favoritesand $4.12 in January,' and to this
were repeatedly encored. Mr. Car.
talent Friday night at the Casina penter as the Old Woman in the shoe each
added for
theater, under the direction of C. Car surrounded by her children, Alta Ruth price .is one cent

penter, assisted by Mrs. Carpenter.A Overstreet, Dorothy McCranie, Evelyn
clever introduction of specialties', Paulk.'Eleanor Rosin Elsie Walsh, month ,since, :January. The one
Tc rendered the program an' elaborateone Julia' Ledbetter, Dorothy Bullock and .
and,evidently pleased the audi- Jackinetta Aultman and DeRheta Alderman cent'advance each month is to al-
ence if one might,judge by the fre- was very realistic. Perhaps
quent and prolonged applause. In fact no feature of the evening reflected the
low for interest the :
every 8mall-entertainer made a bit.' real entertainer more than this scene stamp earns.
The artistic groupings, the court for the dimunitive artists forgot the
scenes with the rich costumes and the footlights and sp ctators, while they "/ jt r
10' dainty fairies all contributed to the. romped in perfect abandon. S
success of the entertainment. Patsy Makinson gave a wonderful These stamps as bought are pasted ina

The introduction, the story of Cinderella Interpretative dance, the Bird and the War Savings Certificate which is a
was read by Mrs. J. Earle Serpent story then added to her successes ,
Lupfer, gowned in a style befitting by several good songs. folder with 20 spaces for the Stamps..
the Mother Goose age. She occupieda Misses Gertrude McKay and Eleanor the
* 1 seat in the center of the stage and Rosin gave readings which were When these 20 spaces are filled put

round her were grouped wee tiny tots, received with generous applause. The Certificate away;'it is worth $100 payable
f who listened with rapt attention to I Spanish Dance by Mrs. Carpenter in w
the marvelous tale. Then the curtain a genuine Spanish costume assistedby Jan.,; 1,1923., Then; start'another.
descended to rise again on another Misses Nellie Woodall, Leila Me.

O/7 Guaranteed by !World where a wonderful fairy queen Cranie, Catherine McKay and Patsie A United States Thrift Stamp is for investors ..
with a glistening tiara, waved a star Makinson was I well received. .
tipped wand and Gnomes* and fairies Misses Dorothy' Wells,. Lois Over- 'who want;; to save but find the I
ran to do her bidding, A "truly street Dorothy Makinst n, Jeanette\
prince" appeared upon 'the scene. Prevatt,. Margaret Kenton Lilian War Savings Stamp more than they can
Ij Just such a prince as every fairy tale Harris, Gladys Griffin, Alv:Fortner, at time The ,U. S. 'Thrift
reader has dreamed of; a prince witha Mattie Stanford,Norma Griffin.Grace spare one
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- & velvet suit clanking sword, a droop Gilbert, and Lucy Lupfer with flowing Stamp costs '25 cents; you get Thrift
< ing plume even with the undying: love robes and banded hair posed in
...00.00..00..00000..0000..000.0000.000. for the princess yet unseen. The.baron groupings from the Greek a numberof Card from the postoffice or bank, or

was there with two unkind daughters times on the program and were other authorized< no chargefor
and the down-hearted Cinderella general favorites. agency;
Wanted sitting in rags before a hearth,'drea Charll Regero rendered beautiful, the card. T ere are 16 spaces on
ry, in spite of the realistic fire. The clarinet solo. ,
whole story was lived again through Those taking'prlncloal roles in Cinderella this Card; a place for each 2ScentThrift

To buy steers "one, old and Price the memoable ball, and the flight of were: Margaret Stanford the Stamp you buy. Sixteen of :
year up. .
Cinderella till the triumphant moment prince; Maggie Mae McCranie, Cinderella "
according to age and size. 'Will pay pot'cosh. when the prince and princess ; Olivine Savage, fairy queen; them make'$4. When the card is full, I
,, were united by the fitting of the glass Frances Tucker; Alidorr: Mary Tiller, '
take the bank
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slipper. Then with the royal pair Dandmi; Billie Sibert, Clorinda; Carolyn to postoffice or
seated upon their throne, surrounded Frlpp, Thiabe; Joe Makinson, Baron . other agency'and get a War' Savings
BASS & PHILLIPS by their attendants In magnificentattire ; Arthuq Bullock Pedro; PatsieMakinson
they listened to the merriment Fairy Gnome. Stamp; you'11 pay the difference, ,12

A. F. But; Bayer. Kistimine & St. Cloud. 10-tf ! provided for Specialties.One them. i' simmee Throughout Orchestra the rendered evening a the eplendid Kls- cents for January and one cent more i'

ooo..o..oo.o.oooo..ooooooo o..oo..ooo.o..oo.o..o of the successes of the eveningwas program of musical numbers and add each month during 1918. Paste the ai ,t ,1
the Quaker act'by Misses Lillian ed no small measure to the pleasure
Harris and Alva Fortner in prim, sedate of the audienca. War Savings Stamp on the Certificate : t
costume. A military dance by The Kissimmee Womans'.Club under Card with it and start new '
Miss Emma Dean and Master Hester whose auspices] the entertainmentwas you get a
Shackleton and readings by Miss Prist given, will divide the proceeds 25-cent Thrift Card. The U. Thrift
cilia Peckman were well received. Joe, with the. local Red Cross. ''
Stamps do not bear interest; the War

A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR. I Miss Ruth Bleech. The subject ,was Savings Stamps do-4, per'' cent, compounded -
about what a league could do to win three months. The interest
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'Klsalmmee Florida, will have distinguished every
a the war, and the result was to show .
visitor when Ex-Governor that the young )people are in earnest is In the convenient form"of a rt
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J. Frank Hanly, of: Indiana, presidential '' about doing their bit to that end.
increase in the face value of
nominee of the Prohibition party Next Sundar morning the pastor is monthly
in the last election, and president of to preach on the subject of the "King the Stamps. The Stamps are redeem
the Flying Squadron Foundation, dom of Christ," showing the relationof
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speaks in the First Baptist church, the church to the present world able at their full value, $5, on January1st 't
Back These on Sunday, March 10th, at 8 p. m. The situation. '
Boys well known statesman and orator Last Sunday morning the subject 1923.
comes in behalf of the cause to whichhe was "The Sabbath Day-Which T" It
has dedicated his life, that of Prohibition was in the nature of a discussion of I f need to draw out the :
of the licensed you money you
traffic.
liquor the relative merits of the different
With Your Dollars He should, and no doubt will, be heard theories about the Sabbath Day.' The have saved (don'tdoit, ,if.you don't.
by a large audience. Not only docs preacher showed that the Sabbath 1s
his cause deserve such, but the stand an Institution, ordained of God, and have to) go to postoffice and they i ;
ing of ,
do not believe in prohibition honestly chooses about It It is a day to be value ,
differing along tie lines of practicability kept holy, The doctrine of Ssturdar- exact of your investment is on '
A War Savings Stamp Secure and not morals, should alao hoar lana was treated briefly; and It was date and the
,. > *.'Is, as Governor Hanly. Every, manly man shown that one of their error consisted that give ,you money.A :
,j National NoteBoth desire to hear both skies of a ques in trying to make our present
as a Bank tion.Governor day calendar fit the scriptural Sabbath -
Hanly baa made a great which it will not do. Leviticus
fight for the Temperance cause. He 23 shows that the Jewish Sabbath was
to naturally a fighter and possesses founded upon the Passover feast
are backed by the United States such ammunition ts ability and courage that it occurred on the sameday of Country 'WoJlTaFIGHTING'F

Government. About the only difference is that combined with energy and determination the year each time, and not! on the
,, to make a good fight same day of the: week, that each day]
the stamps pay you 4' per cent interest \compounded He is a man of,pleasing personality of the week was a Sabbath for a i .
quarterly on'January)lat, 1923.If and an orator of unusual ability.No year, once every seven years. The r ,
charge will be made and it is expected Jewish Sabbath was a fixed date
you are pressed 'for'm at that the church will provo inadequate rather than a fixed day. We are.keep- IS =
t ney any to seat all those who will Ing the Christian Sabbath day. not the hr
time, you can cash a War Savings Stamp for want to hear him.LIVINGSTON .,, Jewish Sabbath day. The first day
i its current value at any money order postoffice of the week la the Christian Sabbath A Country WorthSAVING 4
M. E. CHURCH
day, for it is the day Adam kept, the .
I on ten day' notice. ,. (ST. CLOUD. FLA.. ) day Christ and His Apostles kept
Because Miss Beals, /.the chorister the day the early Christians kept, and "
War Savings Stamps are convenient arid was unable to be present last Sunday is therefore, the original Creation, For
the choir service had
evening vesper Patriarchial. Resurrection, Pentecostal -
easy investments, no "red tape" and are backed to be postponed. However, Miss 'Helen Apostolic Historical, Halleluiah'
by the entire resources of .the people of the Santee was in the city visiting her Christian Sabbath>Day. .March 10 the .
father, Her. J. 0. Santee, and was .
' United States. pastor will treat the subject: "The M
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prevailed upon to speak in the evening Sabbath-HowT" or how we should .t

;Every Stamp you buy helps to keep the been on a missionary,"Japan." in Miss Japan Santee for five has observe The ushers the Sabbath can make day.room for you, "''S'KT :S ..S. 4 N.\w>{' w

Germans out of your own home., Every Stamp years and Is soon to return address to her I so come early and get' a good'seat Y. ,
chosen field of labor. Her
all'are welcometo
All seats free, and '
you buy brings you nearer. to financial freedom., was highly appreciated .the great all the services at.,the Live,Wire I, EULumasraiMJJOVUKMENT"' _II'I'v..u.8'I'UQ
congregation. ..1. church. '
The Ladies Aid met in regular session '

This ''War 'Will Be Won,, ,Only When The'Tuesday,Rev.meeting N. .W.m.Wednesday' Beauchamp in the annex.evening.led the' Whenever You Take Need aro.a.Coastal'., Toalc ... rh

Thrift Becomes Our Watchword prayer Last Sunday 'was"high tide' thus *The Old Standard Grove. Tasteless THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY
: far this season la the) matter of attendance. -, chill Tonic is equally valuable sea
r Mr. Stanffer'and his corps General Tonic because It,contains the
of ushers handled the great concr"ptlon well known tonic properties QUININBap4
THfi! SPACE.;CONTRIBUTED BY : without a hitch and all. were IRON It acts on the Uver.Drives State Bank of Kissimmee ,.
comfortably eated. : out\Malarla, Bnriches tbf ,Blood and ,
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7:15: p. m., by the pastor. The even-
KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE ing service will close in time to allow [ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTSWANTED ] ji

the congregation to hear Gov. .
St. Cloud DepartmentNEWS Hanley at the Baptist church. -- .
I ............ B..r Frl.ar. That lirincely layman Mr. John ( acree, S acre cleared 1
We have few client who FOR 8ALP)-
I era_ 'I.. v.ne7' ._ttmaM B.n...., Holden from Ohio, will lead prayer ,. dmlre to-borrow come a money on real .end plowed all under. good tone.. *i
K'_' **. Fl.rU. meeting Wednesday at 7:16: p. m. All estate, and can' Rive, absolutely safesecurity flood ho"... located neighborhood.duet outside 0004propo.ltlon city ,
I AND NOTES OF'THE -WONDER'\ CITY" are cordially invited to attend these ; will. pay encouraging" limit! good It taken promptly. Address -. ?!
W. B. HARRIS ..< H. G. VANS AGHBW rate of Intereat. Will show the property ..
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Qw.._ JAMES MILES, MANAGER services.. and Introduce you to the bor- owner. Box: 1-:r
.*<.*.pb..S.-- J' .. 11 J, D. SIBERT, Pastor. rower. Nelaon Realty Company.FOR Fla.
II FOR BALK-Pure bred Whit Leghornaettlntra.

tOn. Copy.ub.erIptI.On "I'earu.u. PIMess 00On I lion. J. Frank lIanly, former governor them Mrs. E. C. Wstcott, past department DESERVES A GOLD MEDAL FOR taire" RENT-A,splendid pretty lawn.arrangement eplendld(ood barn.S-room for a BaraKMand comfortable cot-'-; fer, loa .Verona It eggs St., ll.Xt. Bam Lup-'-tf ,1:

Copy Six Months............ 1.00 of Indiana, will speak next Mon president, was installed as 'THIS home. We also have a Rood sell "
.. On Copy. Three: Month.......... .7i day, Mar. 11, at 7:30 p. m., in the department senior aid; Mrs. Nancy 10-acre farm for rent: nne place to FOR SALE CHEAPIntend bungalow right to away,
from ouruthorlxed Methodist church.' 'Do not miss this. Still1\'eIt1.\ patriotic 'instructor; Mrs. Cincinnati authority tells how to dry :; iln-ofr.-: >nu Come'ln aa are, and ue will; we treat are both If you of are my Interested In a real bargain .
All communication except:
eorreipondenta muat b* No admission. Come early to secure Dora Wheeler, as assistant conductor.Miss up any corn or callus so it you square Nelson Realty Company. write to me about them residence or call is.located .
.ia-ned by th* writer. a'seat. Edrthe Jenness is visiting lifts right off. to see me. The Currie St., has two Iota,
Rejected mailer will not be returned B. E. Evans was a caller in our Mrs. Chas. Bandy of Kissimmee.One FUR HAUB-An excellent SO-acre farm on Verona cottage Urge work.
.ple.. called for. Tuesday.Mr. of the .prettiest sights in our located a mile oil the brick road a nice six-room nice lawn excellent -
and
city on You corn-pestered men women leading to Orlando: rood' land and .hop, good garage" ;
;. Entered In'..the Po.toffle. at Xlialm-, and Mrs. it. H. Patch.: who have city is our school children assembledIn need suffer no longer. Wear the shoes splendid Improvement; can -be had flowing well. Price r'nt'" TbeIt..d
and'
: .... Florlda, a. .pi'ond-cIasu.matter.) been visiting their parents, Mr. and the morning when they salute the that nearly killed you before, says at a aacrlflce price and on favorable liursralow "never corner occupied.Mabbette.ooA
Mrs. James Buchanan on Maryland flag and give'the pledge to the flag. trrms of payment. .Come. let us how Bermuda new
this Cincinnati authority, because a sue lot built beat material* Anyone '
avenue, left Tuesday for their homeat Comrade Livermpne has been,quite few drops of freezone applied directlyon .vou. :nt ..* dof In either of theca
Chicago, 111. Ill, but is able to be out again. a tender, toching corn stops soreness 17* ACRES GOOD I.A'ND. well located properties with real Intention to bur .
to' their value,
Panot who have been Cornell Hattie Hirtiel '' partially Improved must be seen can buy them low below
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lulu at once and soon the'corn loosens be appreciated: owner la non-real-. and arrange" any -aonabl term
stopping this winter at L. U. Zimmerman and Hulon Snyder motored to. Orlando so it can be lefted .out, root and all, dent. wants money and an>a for u. Chan P. l>ow, 11 So. Orange Ave..
s, Tuesday mornnig 'for Saturday evening. without a bit of pain. to 8EI..L and we mean to obey order Orlando Fla. Itt'FOR
Washington Court House,. Va. . Mr. Harry Roskamp went to Punta of *. Get busy and let ua show you
: of freezono
A quarter an ounce a real bargain." It la not back In the SALP.-Pntato"pIRniR.: tin Pen-
Mr. Earl Ken yon Is on the sick list Gorda Tuesday for a few days' visit costs very little at any drug store atlcka. but front on good 'county nt-ld Ave.V, W.'Arnelle. ll-ltp j
at this writing. with his sister, Mrs. Beebe, before returning -: but is sufficient to take oft every hard ra ad and telephone line, SoO yarda 'J /
Mrs. E. R. Hlbbard and children to his home at Canton, 111. or soft corn or callus.* This should be from school. quarter. mile fromehur..h. FARMBRB' -Bond today for a free sam-
Who have been visiting her' parents, Mr. and Mrs.' H.. G. Woodin, who I tried, as it is inexpensive is said an excellent, do. lame to" irood lake.town l\'., ai."HUM-aouth of. nl* copy of the Florida at Jackaonvlll Farmer andtStockman.
Rev.' and Mrs; Beauchamp 'left last have been spending the winter here not to inflame or even irritate tho EH" and you can make ome mon- Telia about. published Hvealock-raUlnar. dairyIng -
week for Jacksonville to join her-hus- left Tuesday morning for a visit at surrounding tissue or sVIn. I ey by grabbIng thla. while grabbing I poultry citrus fruit and truck-
band, a returned missionary from Orlando, then on to their home at If your wife wears high heels'' she I la good.ctmm ln.., twice a month at SOc per year-.
Sumatra. Dayton, Ohio.Comrade will .be glad to know of thin.e. I LET UJH SHOW YOU an excellent : three generalfarmlng years for ft 00. paper Only llveatoclcand In' th*
Mrs. B. F. Rails was agreeably surprised Herman Fisher, left Wed- fruit and stock farm very cheapVe I atate. Writ today. ,

: MARCH, 1918 on Wednesday afternoon when nesday ,morning for the Soldiers' JUNIOR C.. E.. PROGRAM. \how have!h..the.... 1I.00d.Come and Bee no u.trouble. Nelson to I' -
,the W. R. C. ladies called to help celebrate Home at Johnson City, Tenn. Realty Company, over State Bank. FOR. SALE-Modern. 6-room house,: -
anniversary. She crowd close In. all convenience: fine neigh
her birthday The following jolly picnicked '
-v Buy War_Saving Stamps. was the recipient of two beautifulxmquets at Runnymede on Friday. last: Mr. March 10th. FOR SALE-Household goods, garden Box borhood.: 554. KlaslmTnee.Addrfiis communication Fla. 6-tf
!J '" fWOII! and postcards and congrat- E. 'Harkneis and daughter Mr. and ,Topic-"Peace a Fruit of the Spir -
tools lawn 704 Mab-
.. .. .. Every--lnj.Tft-St trijJ'l'"fleMa' Liber- 'u1a t.lon.-W.r. ,.tJ'tl1lowet'M, ....._bet'.,. 'ateualupean.Mr..and. .. and Mrs. J. it." Text, Gal. 5:22: and John 14:27. bette street, phone mow 58. FOR RBNT-Furnlahed rooms orapartmrnta '
t7'-.battJe.. .. Thn. nrpRent. Mesdames Klooa 'S. SkiffnHr.( ;* .hd Led"JYJdadfr.J.tJ"r';, for light housekeeping.
n were Crompton, Dr. F. _M..6. ,..fAL".... lnrnodern. convenient house, close In.
fl' French, Wheetert; vermore- Westr Mrs. .- Blackmun, Mrs., Nellie. Chase ong. DWELLINGS""fort--renC "" 1ip'i''CO''V-4u.weIli.Reaj); F.ntate and Ki. '! j
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'War Savings C<< profitably purchased by fraternal'JoeI.s Hunters and Walters.W. Mrs. JosephineAdams and friend, Prayer by leader. .
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with money from their general E. Johnson of Jacksonville wasa Mrs. Van Fleet, were the guests on Bible verses' containing, !WOrd '- ,
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funds. St. Cloud\ caller on Monday. Saturday. of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. "Peace. still farther St. Cloud, the Wonder observation he is apt. to be correct.
t Among the late arrivals at the' St. French at A ah ton. Mission Study part 1 Viivan City.The. Farming on a large scale requires a
,Every kid in town should buy a Cloud hotel are R. S. Moser and wife.' B. F. Briggs, who has passed a Floyd. house Mr. Bass Is building' will lot of money and the over head expense
Thrift Stamp this week. It ;will last Harrisburg, Pa.; James G. Park and pleasant winter here, left Monday for All repeat watch word and motto, have every qualification of a home. is apt to eat into the profits.
lot longer than, chewing gum or ice wife, Decatur 111.; N. B. Moss LexIngton Jacksonville and St. Augustine before page 73.. The spacious rooms, with sunshine for This is especially true when labor
cream cones, Ky.; B. Hodges, Savannah. returning 'to his home at Cobden, 111. Bible verses A to F., winter days and the shade for sum employed by the year. To offset this:
t 0 Ga.; .... T. Woodward and wife, Urbana Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Jean of Anna, Song. mer sunshine are provided for with a II. plans to have something doing on
What is a slacker Any one who Ohio; James K. Ralph and wife, III., left Monday morning but will Story, page 76. sleeoine. orch and a screened veran- place all the year round.
apends money needlessly upon himself Hope, R. 1.5; Henry Headley. Ocean! ; stop at Orlando and other* places of Minutes of last meeting. da.. There will be two baths and a
.. when the government is asking for City, N. J., and J. A. McLaughlin. interest before returning to theirnori Roll call. Answer by name of mis- system of electric lights. When complete
loans to increase the fighting Chicago, Ill. them home. sionary.Mizpah.. it will cost about 5000. .' -
strength of the nation. Mrs. C. W. Morsman gave' a dinner Mrs. Lulu Cornell and friend wentto The work of beautifying: the surroundings HALEY'S BATH HOUSE ,
1 0 February 28th in honor of Mr. and Tampa Saturday evening. returning has begun. The natural ,
"Kindly Kwit Kussin" is the slogan Mrs Wolf and Mr. .and Mrs. Wm. here Monday evening.Mr. KISSIMMEE LADY OVERCOMESUSE features will be left as they are, the FOOT OHIO AVENUE
adopted by the: Y. M. C. A. to discourage Fhipps. A very pleasant time was and Mrs. Hicks, of Rochester, OF MORPHINE cypress and other native trees, but
this habit among soldiers at enjoyed. Mr. Wolf and Mrs. Phlpps Minn., who have been spending the shrubs and small fruits will be planted. Open Every Day and Night in
and it is said to be
the cantonments school children together were at the Quantities of are growing
being winter at Tampa, are guests roses :
having an appreciable effect. I glad to renew their acquaintance.Mr. New England house for the next three "Troubled about< 10 years with what now in a double row from the main the Week (except from sundown -
and Mrs. Bert Paul of Monida, weeks. the doctors called gall stones oftenI entrance to the road. No detail will Fridays until sundown
Major General Priton March, acting Montana, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard of The Indiana Association held a picnic thought I would die before the doctor be omitted to enhance the. beauty of
chief of staff just returned from sanford, Fla., were calling\ on their at Wildwood Grove on Tuesday.Mrs. could get here, when ho would this spot nature has already so great Saturdays. -
4 France, thinks the censorship is much old friends, Major Shambow and wife, Oliver Knight and baby, Billy give mo a hypodermic of morphine ly blessed. .
over done," says the St. Peters on Saturday..' have returned from visiting. Mr. and advise an operation. A neighbortold The farm taken as a whole will see Those renting lockers by the

': burg Times: Major March is not alone Mrs. Yates of Battle Creek, Mich., Knight's parents at Mascot, Fla.\\Mrs.\\ me about Mayr's Wonderful no'idle times this season for Mr.' Bass month have access to same at
in that opinion is visiting Mrs. Fuller, who is stop- Knight accompanied home by Remedy for stomach trouble and since believes implicitly in diversified '
: .. ping with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Daniels Mrs. M. Knight and two boys for a taking the first dose 2 years ago I crops, and with his opportunity for I I all times ST. CLOUD, FLA. .

Editor .'Na gte, of: the St. Petersburg this winter. visit. have not had" an attack nor needed a ,
Times. feels all puffed up' over Miss Edythe Jenness entertained on Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Phipps were the hypodermic. It is a simple, harm-

: the fact that St.. Petersburg has a Saturday last Miss Rhoda Browne, guests on Wednesday of their daughter less preparation from that removes the intestinal the catarrhal -
IS Thousand, Dollar War Saving Stamp from Toronto Canada, and Miss Viola ', Mrs. Oliver Knight. mucus'
:' Club. So has Kissimmee for that McCarthy of Atlantic City, N. J. Miss Mrs. E.,'D. French of Ashton wasa tract which and allays the! inflammation all stomach
matter though the club here has one Browne and Miss McCarthy are visitor in our city on Wednesday.J. causes practically ,
liver and intestinal ailments including -
member so far as we are informed. spending the winter in Kissimmee. H. Ferguson was a business visItor ,
of the Red Cross are ,appendicitis. One dose will con-
4, I The workers at Kissimmee Wednesday.. ,
trying to enthuse the people to get The New York Veterans Association vince or money refunded. J. ,Z. Rob-S
.. Talking about conservation, why service flags and Red Cross emblems met Tuesday afternoon in Oak erson, druggist.
.* not dispense with some of the "tommy and display them in their homes. Grove Park with forty-three present. awnn wuwj ,
rot" in the nature of well meant advice The choir of the M. E. church gavea Meeting was opened by singing' RULL PASS HAS SPLENDID
which is being circulated for pub surprise Saturday evening in the "America" followed by'prayer by
... lication. For instance the receipts I annex in honor of Miss Myrtilla Beats Prof. Lynch. Minutes of the last POTATO CROP AT EAST LAKE
for: giblet soups going the rounds of I'the choir leader. A good social time meeting were read.and approved. It ,
the papers last week. In the name of was had as well as lots of good things was decided to have a picnic at Run. (Continued from Page One) -

All that's practicable how cnn we have to eat. 't. '' "' ,,' ....< ,.\ w.r nymede on ''Tuesday, March 12.. ,As and with the pumping system, Mr.

7,, giblet soup when. *,.we. are.. forbidden' "to.'.. Comrade AA.\f.lMartin*Sis A onj4 the there was no further business to come Bass.iis confident) he 'can ,carry water
kill the b/jns7_" _" sick list at this Writing.'" \*''f&W up.i the meeting >was'turned if;over t to across i the entire f ield.-fr( '.-'.,\\l"y\ ; "x.;:''_' '
0 Dr.Mary Puckett Foster of Kokomo Mrs. Estelle Bunnell in charge of the There are two other fields adjoining '

The Bartow Board of Trade has in Ind., and her daughter and mother following program: these potatoes. that can be watered Serve Your Country

'. sued a strong letter protesting Mrs. Dr. are spending some timeat Song, Swanee River by choir. Recitation When necessity arises, making fif. .
''against the delay In transportation of the Flemingherst.Rev. "When the Minister Comes ty acres in all where crops can be
., perishable fruits and vegetables, L. H. Kirkby of Kissimmeewill I toTea." by Mrs. Francher. Mrs. Whit grown by this artificial moisture..
. which ahould be heeded by the administration hold services in the Guild Hall. ney Brown told of her trip over the The land itself cannot be excelled By Saving Money ,
f now in charge of ,the rail Sunday, March 10, at 10:45. I Cascade Mountains. anywhere for farming. It is the genuine !
roads. Florida farmers have been Master Billie Bricker of Philadelphia -.. Recitation by Dr. Coe. Myrtle Muck, and on portions of
urged to help feed the nation by nephew of Rev, and Mrs. J. B. Song, "Mother McCree! ," by Mrs. the fields .almost impenetrable myrtle
: planting large crops, and many of Westcott, took first prize at the fashIon -, Houston: i thickets stood not many months ago. You've' always been told you ought to save moneyt every day
them have responded by staking their show given in the Metronolitan Reading by Mrs. Weatherst notwithstanding the richness of the some savings bank advertisement tells you so. The chief reason ..

all on this one season. The government Opera House in Philadelphia.. He was : "A House by the Side of the Road" soil, Messrs. Bass and A. E. Thomas, given for saving money has been that you'd have the money
should see that transportation is the best dressed and prettiest child the who is associated with him in this '
Mrs. S. E. Hill reading sequel to with interest later on, M i. step to financial independence and.qcceu.
exhibited. Master Billie is three and' potato project bave used the custom.
r furnished even if they have to curtail this, "Walk with n Crowd in the .
the passenger service in order to do it. one-half years old. Road." ary commercial fertilizer, buying the
c The mothers, wives and sisters ,of ? one and the three per cent potash.
Reading, Old Glory, Mrs. Marskie. That is an excellent but there's a better than
reason reason
GOOD ROADS MAKE KISSIMMEE\ the boys of the present war will workat The potatoes are certainly responding -
the Red Cross rooms: on Friday af. Adjourned to meet first Tuesday. in to their good treatment and promIse that. Save because we have pledged the honor of our country
: STRATEGIC POINT ternoon.On April in Oak Grove Park, weather a remarkable yield. The "Rose 4" and our people to fight this war to our last dollar and to our last
Thursday last the W. R. C. held permitting; Prof. Lynch to. have variety was used exclusively man if necessary. America does not break her word.

With the sound of wars and rumors some_ _belated__ installations,__ among_ charge of the meeting. Mr. Bass will put a scrape ploy, Into .
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of wars vibrating the world around, the field this week to remove' every Money saved makes of you a better max or woman, boy or girli .;lJ'1.

:. with kaleidoscopic changes being Ida all roads will soon lead to Kis- "The Breaking of the Alabaster vestage of the grass from between makes you dependable. responsible \ increases self-respect: .
; made in the standing of nations every simmee. Box." Every one invited. the rows then will plant corn which increases your value. Save money to help your country

day, with the possibility' however Last week's1 Gazette announced the Evening service at 6:45 on accountof in every other row on the full forty by buying War Savings Stamps and U. S. Thrift.Stamps.X ;'
remote that later be Ex-Gov acres. Up to this time every processof
we may sooner or organization of an auto bus company the address to given ,by
be engaged on our own soil, there Is that to operate two daily Hanly. planting has Ken. done by machines War
proposes Savings Stomp arm a rOml.Htol'lU''IOU.1fOU the
no national development more essential with Friday afternoon Mrs. Dew: will though It is' probable the tubers -
trips to Lakeland, connecting a -'. am est. at th* end oIlS years, with 4 per -
than its roads. The better the similar line running on south, and speak to ladies and on Saturday afternoon will be dug by hand.' cent Interest compounded every three atpntht.. -
roads of any country the more with Orlando to complete the auto she will address. young peo- The corn crop, Mr. Bass figures,
You them Into cash tine
turn
lros- can without
perous It is in times of peace an transfer lines to the north'&ond east ple. will make forty to fifty bushels to the any
looking for a buyer t Just go Into any" postojflee and
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ter defended in times of war. to Daytona. It.will also operate bus acre and that in turn will be followfd get them cashed. *
While the United States is just KING'S DAUGHTERSThe bY' velvet beans and cow peas.
lines the trail crossing the state
entering the world conflict, the mobilization east and on west.. Other forage crops will be grown 3-You can Invest In U. s. Thrift,."",. at little as 23cents

of her army, the assembling' The full measure oflht.. placing King's.Daughters of the M. E. too, cane, peanuts, chufas, and rice. at a time. and as much more as you please.

of'the supplies and the transporting Kissimmee In daily touch with all Sunday school wish to thank all those There is a splendid quality of rice hay -
of 'them to the ports, the moving of part of the state is qnly one of the who assisted them in any way in their in the barns on the place now raised INVEST YOUR MONEY IN-YOUR
the tons of'foods for our allies are minor details in the era of progress effort to raise funds for the Red Cross there last year. Even cotton will
k ; taxing the railroad systems to the utmost that stands even now knocking- and Methodist orphanage during the come in for Its share. GOVERNMENT
and every section is called upon the gates of thin city. Osceola fair. A check for $100 was Of course all this feed calls for a .
: to relieve this congestion in every Thousands of people will travel given the Red Cross for this fund. silo, which will be built,soon though Put
and
:' .way possible these roads in their cars and will be The vegetables on display were sold Mr.' Bass says he is uncertain just : your quarters, halves and
.1 Right here ic where hard surfaced our guests for a short time at least; for $4.14 and this amount also was what he wants till he consults men W" S .S. dollars into the. safest and simplest -

I, roads play an important part. The' auto trucks 'may carry parcel post, given to the Red Cross. who have tni.de. a study of the subjects I. of all government securities .
railroads must be relieved of evt :y even tons of baggage, of freightyes Louise Thomason, Sec'y. and the conditions ) ere. It Is. .u..1DIIN
burden and left unhampered to carry maili'is in the limitations of possibility his intention however, 'to put up enough I .rn.ev
1 on the program of war necessities and that ammunition and army ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH feed for weak cattle and year VISITED $STATE SAVE SERVE .
S to do this the roads of the nation are supplies to defend our very homes Fourth Sunday in Lent. lings. aYUKMEMr
: fast being utilized for hitherto un- maye b{ assembled here, and their L. H. Kirkby, Minister in Charge. There is fifteen hundred acres in MONEY MANKIND 1
thought of possibilities. place become the great distributing 9:45 a. m., Sunday school. the farm all told and the farming J I
f Up to this time roads have 1 IeenI I point nature evidently intended it to 1 11 a. m., divine service with sermon operations will be extended beyondthe THIS SPACE, CONTRIBUTED BY ; .4TAYLOR'S
r constructed mainly for encoun g be. by S. D. McConnell D. D., late of St. hundred acre mark next year, in
: the agricultural, resources of t Stephen's church, Philadelphia. fact the plow is even now breakingmore I
I tion and for the pleasure of t' 7:15 p..m., evening prayer and ad- virgin land. I CASH GROCERY
I pie, but before long they bid AT THE dress by Mr. L. A. Hamilton. The crops are not the K only attractive -:

assume the. importance, of a v'_ _ JMURCHESPRESBYTERIAN Special service of intercession on feature of this wonderful place,
4: eessity.' Wednesday at 5 p. m. for a handsome ten room modern
Florida has already taken a with wide. verandas is in
3 4W house process
I / bee'pushing the hard re,_ _ CHURCH. CHRISTIAN CHURCh of erection, on the highest elevation Free! A 25c U. S. Thrift -
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,: am to,-an early completie of the sand rim of the lake, Stamp
Hit toward a time when ever.f, Sunday school at 10 a: m. t 10:00 a. m.-Sunday school. overlooking the placid ,waters of.East ,

any importance will be Incored. Preaching by the pastor at 11"a.'m., 11:00 a. m.-Sermon: "Our :Kinship Tohopekaliga. can scarcely imagine With Every $5.00 Cash Purchase Made
', In the. meshes of. a mighty road system. on "The Church for the Times. to .Christ." a lovelier spot than this. .
r Highways are being -built in At'7 p. m., on"The Duty and Priv, 8:80 p. m.-.Junior C, E. The lake lies like a mirror, fringed
very, direction.: The Dixie Highway lIege )f ,Prayer. 6:15.p. ra,-Y. P. S. C. E. around the full oval with trees, Saturday and Monday
I .through Central Florida is virtually The congregation will go Immediately 7:00 ; m.-Sermon: "Life's First thot show blue-green in the distance, ,
3 i complete'and the time is. not{far distant after. this service to the First Object.'p while its waters reflect the blue of the March 9th and 11 th At .
Bandit church to hear Ex-Governor .
- 1 .:when the "Sntset Trail" will Prayer meeting Wednesday eveningat sky and'every cloud formation. ,At
_ . .J>laze" the path, from ocean 'to gulf. :Hanley of Indiana. 7:30.. . Intervals along its boundary ,show .
't.. ,At. the intersection of these roads, at A cordial welcome to all. the homes of other men who are developing TAYLOR'SPhone ;
.- ,j, 1 .*...> crossing of the, way Kissimmee .. BAPTIST CHURCH ,NOTICE.' r W. H. COLEMAN, Minister. large tracts. Commissioner .
-' ;iesitua ted th.r strategic point in the Sunday inorislng'at; 11 o'clock b-I HillUrd's home Ira W.t erby'. and a- ,
sfiiole state, a key aa it were.1 to the feet, "How Does God Deal. .With. Saved METHODIST CHURCH. Pat Johnston. Directly across the .
: whole. and as 'iD Ceaser's People Who Sin?" .. t fake is Fells point, then to the, right- 250 j , j 'Quick Delivery ::

time, *attuatioDJ'. ed to Rom., in Florff Mas Meeting at I,8'J p. nv subject,J Preaching, Sunday at ll a._m. and. the Runnymede hotel buildings .and j'j'i j'w '
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..a : INTERESTING' LOCAL ITEMSAttend 11 Graystone. Program. '



the Summer Opening ot the Attend\ the Slimmer Opening ot the MARCH, 11-16 .i

r,' Bon Ton Hat Shop Tuesday Mar. 12.Rat .* Bon Ton Hat Shop Tuesday: ; Mar. 12.* 1IIO DAY., 0

Com.-Nothln& like it for' destroying I, A. Payton has returned from To- Wlalfrvd Cacao .f A l>I atrl....tt Martyr..< la <. ta.. ,
rats. For sale ,by Central peka, Kansas, where he went on a business "TIIID VALOR"'H..
+ Drug Store. mission. Flfte..th. sad I..t .,,1_. .t

Mre: W. O. Bronson of the Shingle Use Rat Corn. It's wonderful. For .THE<<:._KlOirrlftU. __..-TrI..le THA1I .

Creek section. was in town shopping sale by Central Drug Store. TUESDAY.
today. Helen Holmes will be seen in the "'/. D..a> I. ..::

All latest creations 'in Milinery will "Lost Express" at the Casinobegin TIIH GIRL, WITHOUT A I'IOtlL".' ..t.... .' 1 .c""tt!, "d .) .' ,>,.

be shown at the Bon Ton Tuesday. ning ,Saturday, March 23. C....,.-1 It. t..' : "

Mae 12th. All latest creations In Milinery will WEDNESDAY.Etbl . ,:I "" ; ': '." -
Mrs M. C. Castle of Augusta, Ga., be shown at the Bon Ton Tuesday. ("I..t... !. "' ,,1":'"'1'1.t' 1'"" j .,-' -
rUM
"WHIMS OK BOCIKTY" W .
is the : of her deter Mrs. W, A. Mar 12th. !
guest > t .a< Jeff <-..Yr IYrHE .' i ...f.
+ Joiner. Rull Bass and a party of friends GROCER BtI.Il Ellla." .
Rats mummified in '14 hours With motored to Sanford view the 'celery riakwa' .

Rat Corn. Guaranteed by Central section Tuesday. 'Jewel mrwtrm THURSDAY.!. ,', ,,,,.''1' "
Drug Store. Potasafras tho Real Blood'Purifier.. THE UIHL WITH THK \ \ fl\
.
t ; r Mrs. Will Ivey of Windermere spent For tale and guaranteed, b" Central CHAMPAGNE EYEft-f.K / a
...
Mtm V C.redr-V '
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Friday in Kissimmee on a'shoppingmission. Drug Store FRIDAY- ,, .
Miss Lena. Lord was a' week-end .._t._ Day, 1C. .|S. M <>.... .
.,' A beautiful line of waists and skirts guest .,f Mr. and Mrs. F W. Hill, at .Daaailaa. Palrbaaka la Ma ..w..t.V ,

. ; will be shown at the Bon Ton Tuesday their Nareoossee home.. "DOWN .TO KARTM." I
March 12., A .utlfulline of w.l.t and skirts ArttrmltKarl . ,"..", a
Frank C. Bryan Jr. of Kissimmee will be shown at the Bon Ton Tuesday ,' WIIII._ !. a *'Itaaraaa tea

t. is registered at tile'DeSoto.-Tamps. March 12. tare. "A MOTHER* ".N.* Ylt ,
Tribune (Thurs..) J., M. Cochrane returned Wednesday "'1111.. S. Hart I. :
'from. two. weeks' in the "PUAHL.ESS ICAUAN" AHcraft
;+ For Sale-Household goods, garden a trip
j j"I jt
tools, lawn mower. 704'. Mabbette south part of the state. D*SATURDAY.Ullllaaa ..... *. aa. Irlak ..... ,
e street, phone 68. For'Sale-lIou.ebold goods, garden 1- V vf
Douglas Fairbanks in "Down to ; tools, lawn mower. 704 Mabbette "THE SUDDEN OBNTLBMAN."

i" j Earth' .. Wm. S. Hart in "Fearless street, phone 68. ..I.<**.<, h aad Trlaanle sat rpUoa* \*f ,

Eagan" at the Casino next Friday. Judge and. Mrs. A. W.. Sargent returned "WHO. I* NUMBER UIMM."

Don't be annoyed with rats, Rat to their home in Avon. Parka CHAHME CHAPLIN-d'oredy Pera..t

Corn will rid you of' the "pests.; For. yesterday, after a pleasant two C.rlaa-Friday, M...... 11... Seat
t'" sale by Central Drug Store. visit with their, daughter, Mils Marion. IMckford I.
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THH LITTLE I'RINCKSS.:
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The/"Vengeance of a Woman" Serial NOTE-Maaday, Marrh IK, riratvalaode
.1J1. will begin at the Casino theater Mon. If you ave Bronchial Asthma of VKNUE'VCH OK A \VOMAN. r '
._ day March 16.' Don't fail to see this Potasafras will cure you. Guaranteedby ." Ha<.rda7, Marvh. 28. flratrplaod
D' Hlr. Holmc-a !. :"t thri ling teplaode., ,, Central Drug Store. .. '
r-" ? !! HXPHKMN. All patroaa Hand That
Lt. ... Mrs. C. W. Griffin and'little: (daughters ) "'"Mrss Be 'thl "":Twitchel;"formerly rof 't... .raaBo p." Saturday. Marrh. 1*. WAR
v__' !
'.diIb. Kl-rva free'ticket. t*
left last Kissimmee of St.
f: Janet and Carolyn, | now Peter.burg.arrived tbo. flrat rpliwde *f "EIMiEANt TJ\YH
''It Friday for ,Miami on a vl.ito Mr. Saturday for"an extended visit 0' A WOXAN. M....'. March1Mb. ..
<, .; and Mrs.. Stanley Bullock. 'with Mrs. Frank Van Duzer and .. theGuide .Pennies--
.oara
other "friends.For SAVINGS
: ,l'''r> Misses Thelma Anderson and Margaret :
Lee are home for a few days Sale-Two pair{ good young I r'
.; ,:", from Sutherland, where they are' ..tu1 mules, broken and well matched.J. civilization. The school teacher is 'n
'' dents at Southern College. W. Miller. 8-tf the pioneer outpost of the ''govern- STAMPS It to Patriotic and '

", ;; '., Mr. Rull Bass,. the cattle king of Prosecuting Attorney W. B. .Crawford ment standing at the threshold of the I I'
visitors nation's home. The schools of AmerIca Thrift Stamps eoit U
the cents
'\\I Osceola county was among made a business trip to Jacksonville ,Profitable Investment
I
the single units where ach and draw no Intaraat. You "
are a national -
from Kis k\
Orlando yesterday. Thursday then doubled back
to' ,
:,1; I can buy; them from ;your Ltt.rcarrier
resolution\ form and
(Wed.) -Arcadia.. He. to return can spread .
.. simmee.-Reporter-Star expects either city or rural rout
overnight into every household The at the Boat offlca or your bank. r
home tomorrow.
s--- ;;, r i. will Notice-To increase your Hog Raisers.profits.-Hogtone It costs I 400 per cent increased profits guaranteed school the yards best beloved are the possession rallying groundsfor of the You them wtU on.be The. oo.te'"otVln.; .. The I childish' instinct tends' usually toward, eavingvBut ;
not satisfied.For Thar are apace for IS Thrift '
i if are raising hogs by using Hog-
,, you nothing you country-its children. To the teachers on this Whan' ,
sale by Central Drug Store. I(I tone. Guaranteed by Central Drug belong the splendid privilege, the Stamps U full, 'i.artt your yourcard post to this instinct must be added a purpose in thosaving. !

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Raine of West Store. solemn duty, of rallying them around office few cants or bank additional any time and. with a> The of coin I child's\
your mere hoarding; pleases
visitors in town ve.ter-I Mrs. C. E. Gardner and Stan- .
'f Virginia were : son the flag and then implanting in their card will ba axohan *d for an '
: day and called upon their former ley have arrived from Coshocton, 0., hearts and sending into the homes of Cartlflcata Intareat-baarina- Savtan. fancy but it does not teach the lesson of thrift* .
worth
W Jan. l.J
on ,
Kribbs.Among .
and Mrs. I for extended visit with Mr. and
+ neighbors, Judge' an America the message which will keep 2- This tfvea you 4 p.r c.nt : : !
7 the Kisslmmeeites attending Mrs.iJ.$ M. Gardner at their home on the flag flying high. 4 Intaraat compounded quart ray. Teach your child .his first lesson "of patriotism: by. '
You can SO( War' .
the State Fair this week were E. Mabbette street.. "If there is a school; teacher in Florida ,CerUflcataa bur Savins 'r
ona time ,
',l''' L. Lesley, R. T. Butler, Dr Winni The Rev. 1>. D. McConnell D. D., that has not been fully informed will oat you tDeean4 'fI making him a factor .in''aiding the government, and
Lewis O'Bryan. B. Bryan and FretsBase. who has been visiting on the west aa to tihe part 'he or sh 4s face value at the .
i I coast during the past fortnight is in this campaign and has not received gmf 0 on, January, alms.Zms. ,' his. first lesson of investment by placing hia money'

-B. F. Hall and his brother again a guest at the Kissimmee Country instructions: and Supplies for organic- War Savins* .
Ed Capt., of Okeechobee City motored to Club.' .His many friends will be ing their schools I ask !that they communicate of B* rs1atr that Flat at 8.oon4.or any poat' Third offlc* where'it earns .interest Thrift Stamps' furnish the
business mission glad to bear that he will occupy the with their county chairman C1 -
1 ' town Tuesday on of a the J, J. Woodall pulpit in St.' John's church on Sunday or directly with this office and they War Savins Certificate. may government with money for carrying on thc war.
and were guests
ba converted "
will be supplied with all instructions Into cuh at the ,
( , family. morning next. necessary pest office wher laauad If you ''They earn 4 cent interest' Replace thc ,
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs.' M. A. Clark left last week for and material for enlistingthe I need the money. You will *et per penny
+ The many that San Antonio, Texas to visit her,. son, children in this patriotic work. Interest, too at about t.per ant Thrift '
DeGroot will be glad to hear There may be some' who are already bank with a Stamp Book. /
Holland who !Is- First Lieutenant in
they are again guests at the Gray- at work but who have not received "J'
'", stone after Florida.LOST touring. for some weeks the From officers Texas she training will go school to Trinidad there., necessary supplies, instructions ..nd.uggestion.i This Adortl *mnt Paid for and Donated by J J JC.H.GRANTHAM

through Colorado, to. brines her mother home and I am especially anx
WEDNESDAY, a &'Old"broocb :n touch with such as theseat ....
to Kissimmee with her. Mrs. Clark "'"""" """"""' "
shape of spray of three leaves,pearl- several weeks. once." (
has small diamond setting.Suitable will be, &gone for ..

a'" :, tipped; reward for return to Mr. Among the recent arrvials in the MILTON PLEDGER NAMED .,, .
) !J, Mabbette St. 12-ltpd city,who have registered at the Hart
Trammell, 17 .
Memoriall- are: Mrs. Frances Byron ATTORNEY FOR' CO. COM'RSThe ,
Mr. and Mrs.. J. E. Morton who and Parker Sioux Rapids, la r Mrs. O. H. f -, THE SATISFACTORY STORE- '"
daughter, Lela, of Bucyrus, Ohio, Ring, New Haven, Vt.; Mrs. Mary E. .election'of an attorney' for e'wJ
have been in Tampa for the past three Sweden, Vergennes, Vt.; Mrs. E. N, tha board of County Commissionersto KISSIMMEE FLA. ,
I months were guests of Mr. and. Mrs. succeed J. S. Cadel which has been '", ,. \ .
.
Betless, St. Cloud; Mrs. A. J. Allen, ,, .. .'" .,
for several days """" = "i "
.
J jjH..Eby, Providence R. I.; and Mrs. T. M. hanging fire since the first of the I: ";. ; (

Mr;\ and Mrs S.,E. Lesher and Mrs.Mart Beaver, Atlanta, Ga.; ., .' ,', ye.r,'w.. consummated at last Mon. ,. ,
'' of Marion," Ohio ,who, "' w day's( meeting., when Attorney Milton J :',
Spence Will F. Wilder has just returned ; 'i .. ;; ''li!, .
spending the winter at Orlando Pledger was nominated and unani-
are from a"" business trip to Webster, "
spent Sunday in Kissimmee guests of Leesburg, Orlando? and Kissimmee,. mously elected.We .
Mr. and Mrs H. W. Morrow.E. understand there were a num- I
and says it is wonderful the way the the for its full and to make a bad matter the
deemed
Golding has presented an ber of applicants for the position, and J by government worse
and
Percy the Hart Memorial farmers are planting well cotton corn it was difficult for the commissionersto CHAIRMAN WAGNERONW.S.S.GAMPAIGN value January let, 1923 a profit of racing men and carnival attractlona"Jdemanded ,
encyclopedia to castor beans, as as ot.heT'.crop. *
concentrate. one man befoA1II0nday' 86 cents, which is interest at the rate more money to meet: the
volume is a new, complete any
The Richland there is full
section
library. At New a
of, 4 cent compounded quarterly. higher cost of living.
meeting.DR. per
edition and is a valuable beans.The .
condensed in
being planted castor
Stamps can be purchased at all post Because of these conditions it seemed
addition to the library. soil and weather is just ideal for offices and many other,subagencies.Try more imperative that a fair be held
R. Snyder has received word farm 'crop.-Lokeland Star. A. C.BANE WILL SPEAK, this
Mrs. at least one right away as an experiment and the results fully Justified decision -
'1 her brother, B. F. Cobb. Jr., be for feature w.a'an
\ from TO KISSIMMEE AUDIENCE to and you will impressedwith every unqualified
county
stating that he is in Garden City, N. Osceola coming to the the value of getting more. success though a deficit of ,
Y., probably en route for France. Mr. GREAT INTEREST IS Dr. A. C. Bane of California will front in this work Kisslrnmee and St. From information obtainable Mch. 2000.00 was now outstanding. .
Cobb enlisted in the aviation corps speak at the Methodist church on Cloud .have each organize: active' 5th, the total sales of these stamps at Mr. Lupfer repeatedly stated that
: Mrs. I. B. Vereen of the Isle of "War Efficiency by National Prohibition committees and the results are becoming the various post offices in Osceola the fair association fully appreciated p
; Pines is expected to arrive this weeks SHOWN BY TEACHERS ," Sunday afternoon.( March 17, noticeable. Speakers are addressing county is as follows: the appropriation made by the council !'

'. for a brief visit with her sister, Miss at 2 o'clock.Dr. the people Wherever there is an Kissimmee .. ...___....--$3,928.43St. previous to the fair' and 'consid '
,' Dixie White. Mrs. Vereen is en route Bane is laid to be a brilliantand opportunity. It is suggested and urged Cloud _. ______?_____.. 3,611.82 ered it liberal but asked it to con
4 for points in Georgia and North Car. -- impressive speaker and one that; the smalle towns throughout Nareoossee, .. .. ._....... 28.61 alder making another appropriationto
'..,,( ; olina. JUDGE GRIGGS MAKES STATEMENT whose eloquence holds the interest of the county be more conspicuous in Kissimmee Park .. ..______ 21.66 help take care of the deficit. A ''

".4 ,' Mr. and Mrs. George White, who SHOWING WHAT THE his audience from' the very & this great movement, increased activity Deer Park .. ._ ___-...__-_ 15.62 general discussion followed and thea;
', \ bave been spending, the winter in'Kis. TEACHERS OF FLORIDA ARE, of his address. Everybody invite on the part, of the .committeemen Kenansville _. -. ..--.-.... 8.28 request 'was deferred to the next
home of Mr. to be present at this meeting.. is necessary, reports show that meeting for action.
,
, .,: aimmee' at the pleasant DOING. . while. the sales at the smaller post _______
Payne on Emmettstreet Total .. .. _____ 7614.42 Streets In Bad Condition.'' atR
Mrs. Cyrus
and will leave tomorrow for Kent, teacllers REPORTS ON SALES OF WAR offices has not been very large there D. G. WAGNER, Chmn, The street committee of the ,council
:,: School of Florida are are some people at each place that Osceola County War Savings Com.' gave a favorable report on the con
:f f Ohio. evincing greater interest in the pro- STAMPS ASKED BY CH'M are interested and no. doubt there are ditions of Klssimmee's streets. Street
';' Sergeant McLeaa, Walter Lorenz motion of the war saving campaignin others hence the importance of more DR. DEW WILL'PREACH Supt. Woodall stated that" sufficient!
,1. and S'visiitawe thr here folksloand the state than any other class of Kissimmee has been canvassed' for publicity. There is no question but crushed shell had arrived to put Pen-
for home people, according to State DirectorJ. the securement of sales agents for what this form of investment is the SUNDAY AFTERNOON field avenue, the street extending
''' friends. Kissimmee is mighty glad to F. C. Griggs of ,the Florida war War Savings Stamps with the result safest in the world and in additionthe south and cast to the city limits and
see her :soldier boys even for a few savings committee. Judge Griggs pre that nearly every business house has person of very modest means is Dr. Dew will hold t service at the connecting with the Dixie Highway,
.. days.E. dicta that out. of this present exper been engaged! to keep the stamps for given the opportunity of laying u' First Baptist church Sunday after in good very rood condition.. The> .1'
.' G. Vans Agnew, one of the ,proprietors ence will grow the realization that a sale.W. a few pennies each day or week and noon. Everyone U deqnested to bring' work of"placing a' hard surface of '
of the Valley Gazette; has course in thrift and savings is vitally B. Harris and C. E. Yowell constituted at the same time be enabled to do a an alabaster box and break it when : combined marl and shell,on the see. 't
'" tendered his services to' the government essential to the curriculum of every a pair of the canvassers and "little bit" toward helping the government -' and where the speaker directs him to. tion of Vine street between Main and :
s as a veterinary surgeon, and educational institution.In A. S. Nelson and J. M. Willson. Jr., in its fight for victory in this i Men who have not kissed their wives Brack, connecting the two paved *:1
I took the examniations in Jacksonvillelast a statement issued to the schoolteachers the other. Orders were taken on the great world war, victory means free for five years are especially invited. to streets;was nearing completion.,' ,
Monday. of the state Director Griggs canvass for money and stamps.We dom. Every man, woman and child I be present The council decided to order another :;
and Mrs. Frank Stone of said: "Florida school teachers have desire that such salesmen{ report should feel that it U their Idlvididual car of shell for patching etc, and t.
Capt. who have been touring the responded nobly to the call of thisgovernment early Thursday morning, of each duty to make .sacrifices if need' be, CITY COUNCIL HOLDS then discontinue that form of* paving. 1,
y. Seabreeze, of the state by for aid in teaching our week, the amount of his sales for the until it hurts toward helping our great The members seemed ,unanimous? ,
1. southwestern part Wednesday and people 'habits of thrift and saving, week closing Wednesday night, that government in its effort to save IMPORTANT MEETING the belief that the shell would be '.
auto were guests on W. Saunders on and I wish to publicly commend them the full amount of. sales for the week France and other threatened nations satisfactory material if it, could .be .
t,I Thursday of Mrs. W. for. what they '.have done and what may be published in the Gazette. Let from the fate that awaits them in the (Continued from Page One) delivered .here at the prices quoted.

Emmett streetManager tow they are doing. I believe we will these ,reports be furnished at the Ga- event Germany is victorious, oar own been cut off to help form Okeechobee The shell that was shipped in flat cars 3
Woodbeck has arranged learn a lesson from this emergencythat zette office early Thursday morningof country would not be spared in sucha county; there would be less was satisfactory but some Shipments ?
start the Telegraph News Twice-a- will point out the necessity for each ,week.REMARKABLE. case Thousands} of our brave soldier to draw from' Apopka has ABOUrce.1 were consigned in freight cars and aa p
Week'' War Service. The test news adding a. course of thrift and savingto lads are now in the trenches, ally blown off<< the map, no patronage no. provision was mt de for closing any ;
actual everyday
'fv,,, from the front and the curriculum of every educational DISPLAY more thousands are near the front could be expected from that quarter; portion of the doors before the shell
,' happenings will be shown Tuesdaysand institution in' the state. preparing and ready to take their St. Cloud had been suffering from the was loaded, the weight Was noticeably ,
Thursdays.. "President Wilson, in a recent talk I OF NORTHERN LIGHTS places on the firing line when necessary effects of the destructive fire and the 1 short The freight was levied on' t
. Mr.: and Mrs W. J. S. Carr Roy and to the members of the national war A remarkable display of what was and many thousands more are more recent bank failure; the Dixie the capacity of the cars it is ..Id.
Katherine Carr, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. savings committee at Washington, probably the Aurora Borealis, or northern being shifted and trained in cantonments Highway was closed to traffic conpeqiiently the. .overhead 'expen.eon '
''" Hamilton, L. A.; Hamilton and Miss said: 'I suppose not many fortunate lights, was seen at Kissimmeelast in this country, and some are through the swamp and the distance the. short cars made the material -
Katherine Hamilton have been spending by-products can come. out of a war, night, lasting some half hour, being' transported across the ocean, around was almost prohibitive for the too costly'for paving
; '',' the week at Coronado Beach. The but if this country can learn something between nine and ten o'clock. The many more are awaiting their call; people of Loug-hman and other towns The salaries, of the purposes.city;;'officials ;

party is expected ,to return. today. about saving it will, be worth light was wonderfully vivid, spread under such conditions it is.our tJaty, In that direction; and even the shuttle was fixed: by the council for Che,coming -
service will the cost of the war; I mean the literal ing across large section of the sky to do our best in a financial way and train service from the city to I the year as follows:,, "M "., rt.*
;c A fifteen' minute .ot tr of it in and I the northern horizon and extending thus show the "
church Coat money resources. on our loyalty to flag grounds "was forbidden on account of Mayor *$30 month Councilman, Y
ev.
be 'held .t the Methodist at 7:15. suppose we have several times over one-fourth. of the way to the ze which represents the greatest nati nand war conditions. 'All these ,conditions $5; Clerk. 9100 per Treasure $25, and va
beginning ; ,
,,, 7 ery Sunday night wasted more than we are now aboutto nith. The light had the vividness and government in the world. reduced the crowd.attending the fair Marshal $90. ,
though
}'' The usual services will follow spend. We have not known that color of the heart of a fire and would ,Adopt new rules in the matter of .
, the 'timer for the entire meeting will there was) any limit to our resources; grow then increase in 'intensity. At economy. Buy, War and Thrift 'Savings --- --- ----- --_. ----- w,
i, not be lengthened, beyond the we are now finding out that there the momnt of greatest intensity Stamps and be patriotic and at

hour. may, be if we are not carefuL' long shafts) of ,white light shot up the' same time start a .saving* account W. .!I. ARNOLD ALAN..J. MAC.PONOUGH: U
St' Mrs G. )!. ,Shearouse; Jr., left Saturday Teach Fran' to Victory. through the-glare, giving the appearance which will teach thrift. You '
for Waco Texas, to Join Mr. '"As:Hon., Vanderlip said re- -of the rising snn. will be surprised at the result One ARNOLD & .MacDONOUGH
Shearouse, cently,'the school teacher of America It was thought by some observers thrift stamp/coats-26 cents; sixteen ,
'I of the Field;Artillery band,now sta must teach the, nation this imperativeway that some catastrophe had occurredand thrift stamps can be exchanged during Contractor EngineerelArc/Jitecta'

tioned there. .Mrs. Shearouse has to victory-this preeminent way the lights were reflections of a the month of March for one $5.00 ., ; '
been here visiting her'.mother", ;;Mrs to maintain a nations) strength which monster fire but. this opinion. was not savings stamp by paying 14 cents ad. :DARLINGTON; ATE.,. CITIZENS.: .ILANK'BLDG.?

,SaJ'llb./: JPreratU/ :: .... will, safeguard posterity:'and.. '.advance corroborated.' I. -. The. -|5.00 stamp, will bee: . \.-


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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1918

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i school No. 8, 16 days _-____ 2400 Bank of Kissimmee Five Thousand
!1 :i Proceedings' of the School Board 1 I Walter Harris appeared before the Dollars at the Citizens Bank of Kis-
B6ard and stated that he had completed simmee, Kissimmee, Florida, for value -

i : : the plumbing at the St. Cloud received with Interest after ma-

Kissimmee, Fla., March 4, 1918. lenclu-f school No. 10 74.00 school building:, and was ready for the turity at the rate of %( Per cent per
I The school board met In regular J063 MIAs Katherine Shadonn.sal. Board's inspection. The Board ordered 'arinurn until paid together with an
I I yen w I session there teacher school No. ]6 _. *Q.OO. a warrant for $500.00 drawnon attorney's fee of ten per cent of the
4'a a being present W. C.
S w/a w,, +a + 1054 Miss Mary Kloronci, gal to
balance
the contract and the hereof' payment
G, i''H a I Bass, chairman; J. II. Baisden and W. leather school No 16, ,...4.. 70.00. principal sum case
w.lY d dl wg d 1 I R. Lanier also C. E. Yowell su- 1005' Miss Lillian lile, salary be paid when the water l is turned on. should not be made at maturity and
7 w vlctoy perintendent.The ; teacher school l*... 16 _____. 70.00( Alan MacDonough:: architect, pre 'this note be. given, after to any at-
f l11f,8 Miss Emma Tyson, sal.teacher sented certificate No. 3, 8.howinjr the torney for collection. All makers, endorsers
minutea'or the last meetingwere school No, 16 ,.. 70.00 liable herein
1 : amount of wo'rk completed by Trask and other parties -
approved. 1061 t bliss Htar Paisley, salary
__ and Nash on the Kenansgville school waive presentment, protest
The State Bank of Kissimmee teacher school No. 16 no: 70,on severally
1058 Miss Fled. Hoollltle, sal building The Board ordered a war and notice of dishonor,, and the
county school depository, 'reported as teacher .Bdiool' No 16 ______ 70.OU rant drawn in favor of Trask and endorsers severally waive release
follows lOr.S MUs Jesule Doolltlle, kaf.teBchclt '
t 't.lOVKIIAI. M'114X11. K.t'NI. ). school No. 16 ______ 170.00 Nash for 2588.25/ the amount of J from liability in the event that the'
I Ik To lull oiv tinnd IIM ,,,i-r last 10(1(1 Mis little l>0011 tt I.., iaLleacher the architects certificate. holder hereof should grant an extension
report ___ -T--- ______-I3.D3478 school No, 16 _'u___ 45.0'") The. superintendent reported that of time of payment or postponement -

To Murphy nest ,recelvrom hunting llcvnaea' T. M._. 8876 1061 toncher I.afnyetto school lianklnfl No. 20-N, salary___. 15.00 he had received a deed to a lot at of right to enforce this note.
To unit, received from Citizens 1002 IiH-arl/ Johnson. Bal, tench- Narcoossee for the purpose of a site HOARD OF' PUBLIC INSTRUC-
Join These Americans bank, loan 8,00000 er school No. 2U-N __.,.____ 40.00 for the- colored school building 'QIe TJON OF' OSCEOLA COUNTY,
To ami. received m-iHi.-( 1068 H. It. Tlm", r".. 1,1..h- Board ordered that the deed be FLORIDA, I
Clark .. _- ________,_____ .. 1.00 er school No. 20-N 40.00 recorded C. BASS Chairman .
teacher and agreed to erect buildingon W. ,
To pmt received from Ernest 1064 M. A. Johnson. Bal. a
On the Road to 'Amos? Dec, H.'mtlons _.' 14.07 school No. 20-X ,2--.--- 40.00'1 said lot before the beginning of which said form is 'hereby' approvedby
VictorySee To amt received from Krnest 1065 W. H. Johnson, H RI. teach the next school term. this Board. .
'Amos tot school. fund .>_..-_ 63800'I er school No. 20-W( ------.- 46,00 There being no further business,
To ..mI. received from Edna ]1(1060 Hattie King, Bal. teach-. i I Miss Nellie McQuarrie, teacher of until the next
Srhwelknrt. damaged desk .78 er school No. 2V 40.0 Domestic Science in the OsceoJa the Board adjourned ,
To Hmt. received from C. J.. 1067 It. A. Packard, Bal. leach. regular meeting, April 1st, 'A. D.,
!I' It U ? School
the crowd a happy crowd!J Why { High reported that she had
Band'. )',. taxes .- #. --,.--- 1,045.lt I 1 1068 er Miss school Mnttle No.2.Tyson.,__salary___,-. 40.00 been requested to give her servicesto 1918. .+ -... a

Because it U on the road t'o Victory. It U an 18.722.44 teacher school No. 31 ...... 50.00 -government work, and asked for a ,.
11 y paid warrant n* per lint $4,903.49. 10614 Charlotte Sermons, sal leave of absence; The Board grantedthe .
old road the Thrift road .the broad highway to 9 teacher school No. 32 u..._. 40.00 Flavor
requestT. .
ny balance .. __ ____{=,766.96 ,1070 KlaRlmml."al.. Gazette /
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M. H. I>. NO..1 KIIM: I I mat. fair -wk. print tnln. -- 4.45.\ .. fAt Murphy, County Judge, filed! Parity \
personal success. And as usual, the success, of To Galon hand all per ln"t 'report 1071 It. M. Evans: mill for hi 'report of hunting licenses collected Ceonomy
I __ .. .? _H. _____,,-.-.UI1.89 fair work ._. .h. ___. :. 1.33 during the month of February, am- .
the individual means the success of the Nation. To amt. r"r..lvil. from HrntstymoB. 1072 Klsvlmmeo Telephone Co ,
redemptions ..___...._ J.44. office phone ----.- -,'------- 1.00 ounting to $16.50, which was depos- --
To amt. received from P. I.. 1073 OBceola Hardware Co., ited to the credit of the General School
The Nation to-day wants ,Victory. The individual : Bandy, taxes __' ____ ___:n 101(7 I mat. 'fair' and Bupj. sen, l.._ 11.50J014.tral Fund.
Drug Store sup.
{317.10By school No. 1 _., __________ 4.05 The Board' fnding it necessary! to
here at home Can help best by winning a mil warrants! aa per lint ______$217.46 ,,1075 C. W. Orlffln sup sch. 1_. 7.00 borrow money for current expenses
1076 J. M. Wilson Jr.. sewing until the taxes were collected, pass-
lion smaller victories over waste and extravagance. Py .balance __ __ _...-.___n____$ 81.66 machine school No. 1 ---- 20.00 ed the following resolution:
H. n. I). *D. KIM, I 10N7 O. K. Vountr, labor school
4ac+ nri, .'.! .. ". '"fry tp To bal. on hand as per a last reOrWwTn No. 1 ____ .- __________.. 4.00 Whereas, The Board of Public\ Instruction -
1'.J. ti1.The' t :rak .. 1078 J. M. "Cooper lab. school of Osceola County, Flori-
crowd theerThriftprpledgelsRaise rrl> :.... ,$136.79TI7'II .
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nit"rcr .f.*4rframVBnT, "tSK3aas; w*"; .N,> 7 u 4.00 da, desires to borrow the sum of Fivethousand
the W. S. S. 'flag and keep it flying. Put Amos, redemptions-_ __ __?_ .04' T87\\.iifl"f1'1I'1". ' yt" Co,. ;lImitiTjfor : ! dollars Joa.a'puiXI.o! three You will want to try whole-
To amt received from .(1. It.Kandy . fair work ._.. ._?: :... ll.l4! '
taxes __ _;____ ____,_ 8.87 1080 Frederick IHs. Co.. sup, months for the purpose of paying outstanding '!;::rom'rCoiiolene::- r.4dcePOfryinlt: ,,-, ,- '".- .
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your quarters and your dollars behind your sons and school No. 1 _--____n_____ 73.!5 warrants of said School well for cakes and biscuit ' --'.--" w<<
as pastry
1 14I.lnIly 1081 bliss Iva NiBwonper, wd. Board, and for the of as.
"purpose paying
$
husbands and brothers on the sea and in France. paid warrant as per list, 70.00 10K3 school MIKB No.3 Edna_oo_'Schwelkart___u__.__ 1.80. legitimate expenses incurred. in operating For Cottolene instantly browns

By balance .. ___$122.67 mat for fair work ____n_ 1.70 the schools of said county, and crisps the outer surface, anj
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H., N. l>. >">.,3 FIND' 1083 State Hank. dec ach. No, and thus real in the tcrnpiine: 'flavor*
To balance on hand afi per last I Ir..p..rt 1 for fair ord. H. \\'. Lewis 15.00 Whereas, Under the provisions of
__ _________$2,631.40T 1084.IIlal.llInk.,. tuning pianos of the: food itself.
JOIN THE I 6828 of the
Chapter Laws of Florida
CROWD ;
ROIl received from C. I *ch. No. I, ord. ( OV.
Dandy, taxes Uhh__ __*__ 11.31 Toland -. ._' .____>t. 9f-) this Board i is authorized to borrow That's why thine "deepfrittd"ie
'I lofts citizens Bank, Int. oa loan 80.RI such money at a rate* of interest not Cetrelrn come out delicious/!
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$2.842.7' 10KA M. Katz, mat fair wk _. 4.32 -
to exceed
My paid warrants ns per list 1,773.16 1087 A Jo:. Thonins, collector eight per cent per annum holcaome and easily digrsublc.RECIPE \ ,
I water school No. 1 ______ 14.31 and whenever said loan i is not in excess t
Be WS:S. Be fly balmier .. .. _--$869.46 loss( (isceol.i, County Fairs, of eighty per cent of the amountas .. .
: M. .M. l). o3--.i. :NIKTo school tick mid cards _h' 97.46 estimated by them to be requiredfor a ;: ...Jj'
10MA A. J. ,.
Maelonouuh,
hnlnnre hand last Her.BChool
a Wart I misonios SUMPSUSUKD ; a LifeSaver report*____on____ _,._as__ _per u.,_? 111.26 I No. 13 __ -_ n__' .. 17625 the maintenance of the common ? Meat Croquettes f'J J
snr TMB To nmts. received from C I.. I 10SO Walter Harris, part pay.on schools of the county for the next
Saver UNITED STATES0OVERMMENT Ilnndy, taxes -- .-- .------- .fill plumb con. act Ifl _._ 500.00 ensuing scholastic year. 1 capful /finely chopped! meat (any kino/

Ily balanceN. .. __ ____n______$112.22 1001 Trask. school& No.3 Nosh _pay._____oncon. .2588.25.. Now, Therefore, be it Resolved, by 1 cupful soft bread Mock crumb white.
the Board of Public Instruction of %cupful soup or sauc.
t N. l> V o. tI KIM' 10112 8t. Cloud Tribune, mat.
To balance on hand as per' last for fair' workS__ ____ ______ 0.69 Osceola County, Florida that the 1 egg beaten.;
neport ? __ _____ .. __31.32 10U3 Lupfer & I Tat tire C. '
? *- --,- her. chairman of this Board be and he'is
Season with tail and and onion
To Amts. received from C. L. C. AKnet'u car __ ___.__ 21.36 pepper
,s. .. 1. TmS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY i IIIIIIIhllllllllalllllStory's Handy, taxes _________n__00 4.:lit 1001 Cltlnens Bank Int.,nn Inftn- 10(1.on!. hereby authorized to borrow from the Juice if drairej. When very cold! shape
M. ... I>. Mo. .2 "' 11\U.: Citizens Bank of Kissimmee! Florida the mixture into cylinder; roll in .ift.l
By paid warrant as per list _'___17 t.1 noHy 64 ,363 Miss Abby Harris, sal under the provisions ,of Chapter, bread crumbs, then beaten egg then
teacher school No. t n._____. 10.00 6828 of the Laws of Florida, the sum crumb: sgain. Fry one minute in deep!
__ S64 Miss Elsie
balance Katton,
noonuH.U'Varranl. salary
were examined and cancelled teacher school No. 6 .....___ 10.00 of Five Thousand Dollars for a peri- Cottolene, hot enough to brown a bit
In open Reunion as follows:: 365 Mrs. Rhoda Lucas salary od of threemonths, with interest at Ueneral School Fund: $4.963.49; teacher school No.8 _._.__ 10.00 the rate of eight per 'cent per an- I
NOli. 896, 898. US?. 89N. 899. BOO. 901, 166 Miss Myra Hodges salary num, for the and
uses
902 903, SIM, 9$B, 906 907 9R. 9n9, *10, teacher school No.9, _" 10.00 purposes as
911. 912, ,H1S. 914, 916, 916; 917, 918, 919, 367 Mrs. Betty McQowan sal. herein set forth, and that he be fur Cottolene
920..021, 1122. 023. 924. 926 926 927 928, teacher school No. 10 __n__ 10.00 ther authorized to execute in the

Drive Out MaUrU Build Up System To Cure a Cold In One Day. 929.938. 939 930., 931 940 932 941. 933.942 943 934., 936 9H., 946 936,, 937 946 168 Jas., etc.W., _Base_ __, attend____'____officer _n_ 17.11 name and on behalf of this Board a .Jhm Natural StKrm ****-
The Old ttsndsnl ftntttt stmnthrnlni tools T.k. LAXATIVR BROMO Oullll_. It.top*the 947 948 949,, 96(1, 451./ 962 963 964 966, 360 W. B. Maklnson Co.; sup promissory note in favor of the said
OROVB'B TASTELESS chill TONIC drives out Couch and Hedscb and work' off the Cold.DttiKMiits 958. 957. 96X, 969. 960 961, 962. 963. 9114, school- No. 16 ___ 5.45a. Citizens Bank of Kissimmee for the At grocer In tins
...Url/..eorlc he.tbt .uodbulld.rytbeSy.- refund money If U fills to cur*. 966. 966 967 968. 969 970 971, 973. 974. !! s. 11. No. 3 F1'ND.' said sum of Five Thousand Dollars, of convenient sizes
fee A true tonic tot adult and children. 600 K. W. CROVB'a signature on each box. 30c. 975. 976 977 978. 979 980, 982 983, 9X4. 170 Miss Edna Kchwelkert sal. and i
986. 986. 987 '88. 989. 99(1( 991, 992 994 teacher rshool No. 12 ______ 15.00 \ -
V. 996. 996 '11118, 990 1000. '171 L, L Jordan, sal. teacher Be it Further Resolved, That the --
4 H. a O. No. 1 Fund. $227.45. Nos. school No. 40 ____________ 40.00 form of said promissory note shall be CORRESPONDENTS WANTEDThe
328. 329, ?3$, 331. 333. 334. 386. *.. M. I). >o. JI ,HI" :\1). as follows: Gazette wants a correspondent
* ic 811I, 387. 388 33*. 340, 341 342. 343 344 172 J. K. Williams sal teachTer Kissimmee Fla. March in
346. 346 348, 347. school No. 18 ?_.__-___ 10.00 ,. 4, 1918. every community in Osceola county.' .y
PLANT M. R D. No. 2 Fund' $20.83: No. 349, 173 Phillips Brothers suppliesschools' 500000. Send in the news, it will help the, rJ
360. 361. Nos. 11-18, ________ 21.80 June 4th, 1918 after date we prom- paper and will keep your faction be.
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S. 8. D. No. 3 Fund. $1,773.21!: NOB, 174 Tulley Guy, trans. pup. ise to pay ,to the order of Citizens fore the public. .
362, 363, 854. .SBfi.n 367 .
360
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FOOD CROPS'C ntrr Issued(fas:ENEItAL' follows,.(r'11001. Ftl'" N n7' pinni fo.: T' '.1''

C. K. Yowcll. .."I.' supt _."46.0n utt: "ALL. .V .
in$2 W. C. Base M. H. .'. I. 4.0(1( ,
1003 \1:. n. I.anl..r.If.\ B. 'P.. T. ..
.:--= 1004 J. H. Bal..d...... \M. H. I' 1.._ 5.4'1
1$1111 I'ohn ,
H Ondel. Hlty fo H.1200
BySaviriMoney 1000 Hhea- f'herlea.! of. .work ._ 15.00
1U$7 llrntton & Uuicc; rt. Bch.
No. 1 _._
v G.nn'25
'Raise food for family : \ 100X C. C Lloyd I rent school
No. . '
4.00
/ l-War Savings !tu9 C. B. WooJull. Jan.- school
and stock. Stamps are No.1 .. _?-, 50.00 "DOING YOUR BIT"I.
a promise to the 1010 Mm.' J. u. Klirart. inn. '
pay you school No 10 .. __ 33.00

amount you invest, at 1011 No.U..o.20-('Kanillrr.N __ ..Jan._school 800 V .. \
1012 It. l D. Brown services I I. Is Not EnoughThe
We have for sale: the.endoffiyeyearswith school No. 1 __ ___ 2500 \\4
1013 MlHg Alblna Smith C. C. ,
4 per cent interest compounded Agent _- _ _BO.oo I,
1014 ('. n. Woodnll. ta. offc. ._ 25.00
every three 1016 H. M. Evans, 'rfal. teacher
Seed' Corn rhiinl. No. 1 __ 25.00 Fullest Measure of Service Save'and Lend Your
months. 1016 Mis* Almenla Lcltner nal Savings
teacher nrhool No. 1 __ 100.00 .

Seed Rice 2-You can turn them into 1017 school U O. No.Rogers 1--------------sal teacher 125.00 [fs the measure of our personal responsibility You 'can render double service by lending

: cash any time without 1018 teacher Miss school Enna Hothem.No. 1 ? _sul.- 80.00 in this war Homes your savings to Uncle Sam. He needs

Chufa Seed, looking for a buyer; just 1019 Dal.\MIBB teacher Elisabeth school Tribble.No. 1__ 80.00 united, families enrolled, resources your savings now You will need them

into any postoffice 1020*nl.Tiles teach.Jessie ch.Lee No.Blackmon 1_ 80.00 :onservcd, waste eliminated meansMERICA -- after the war; if you keep them till Jan
Spanish Peanuts and 1021 Miss Elsie Hkllton sal 1,1923 will back
you get your
money
get them cashed. teacher Hohcol No. 1 70.00 \ INVINCIBLE.uary
1022 Mrs. F. C. Bryan, salary 4 per cent interest, .compounded
teacher, school _..._
Field Peas 3-You can invest in U. S.. 1023 Miss Lola Lawl No.r,1 salary 80.00 quarterly. They may be redeemed before

.. Thrift Stamps as JittJe-as 1024 teacher Miss school Lillian No.Prentls 1 _, sal. 70.00 Every Man, Woman and Child maturity at any post-office with interest to

Sorghum Seed teacher school No. 1 __ ; 70.00 about
r 25 cents at time and as 1025 Miss Cleo WoolrldRe, sal per cent. .
teacher school No. 1 ___Hoe. 70.00 Should think and act and serve to-

Velvet Beans. muchmoreasyouplease.ltwillpayeveryfam 1026 teacher Miss school Florida' No.1 Wilkes_, sal. -70.00- -gether.: What each one of us docs

P Ion Mrs. F. C. Edwards, sal. Buy War-Savings Stamps
teacher school No. 1 70.00 during the' next year '
1028 Mrs. J. W. Trammell sal.
teacher school No. 1 70.00 And hold safely the results of your patriWill -
1030 Miss Louise
Thomason __
WS.S. 1031 sal MI.teacher Mary school C. Bryan No. 1 _sal__,_ 70.00-- Decide the Fate of f the World otic thrift against a time of need. It helps

teacher school No. 1 ______ 70.00 to win the war. And( your dollar will buy

4 sly to plant I something ;uuz' mr' TBB IOU teacher Miss school Lillian No.Dale 1 ___BaL 00_ 70.00 When each of us learns to sacrifice every more after the!: war.

,, UNITED $STATS 1033 Miss Ruth Clark salary
teacher school No. 1. 7000 interest in! the National Service, Germany'sdoom
c they can eat. JOOVUtNMENT 10S4 Miss .M.dora Husnell.I .;"r
4 1035 teacher Miss school tucy' Wltherapoon No. I ..____ 70.00 will be sealed. ,. They Are Ballots for the Rights '

' ,Ask us for prices on 1036;..'.Mlas teacher Elon school(Juice, Nu salary I -_ 70.00 Livc'in health and efficiency, but without -' of Mankind *

[Invest Your Money in 1037 teacher Miss school Emma No.Yowell.1 -Bal 60.00 extravagance and without waste.

SeedsandGroceries. 1038 teacher Miss school Nellie No.McQuarrle 1 1 ...____ 80.00 A Sayings Stamp cost $4.12 in January, and

'1 V Your Government sal teacher school No. 1 ._. 85.0 Here is an opportunity for each to share to this price one cent has been added for
/1039 Miss ,
We will make it toyour -" teacher schoon Abby No.Harris 2 _sal.___ 45.00 in the joy of service;, as .important as the each month since January. This stamp will
. 1040 Miss
Iva
Nlswonirer,
sal
Be fin today to put your 1041 teacher Mrs. school Lottie No.Huff 3 ,__ sal. 50.00 service rendered by the man at the front. be worth $5.00 on January '1, 1923.

: advantage to quarters, and halves, IOU teacher J B.school William.No. 4 salary 86.00

and dollars into these teacher school No. 5 ______ 45.00<< '

t buy, from us. safest and simplejt of all 1043 teacher Miss Elsie school Button.No. 6", salary_. 46.00 BUY
1044 Miss Leila Crelghton. saC WHEREYOq K
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government securities. t..acber."chooJ No. 7 10.00 WS
1045 Mrs Rhoda Lucas.., salary'
; Save Food and help teacher school No. ..___n._ 45,00 .
-- 1046 MI. :Myra Hodges, salary vuturmosmursusunxnrnia
'rY * ic teacher school No. 9 _. 4500 SEE THISSIGN
win the 1047 Mrs. Betty P. Mcdowan. UMITED STATE* .

war. rats SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY 1048 sal.Miss teacher' Edna school Schwelffhart No. 10 _,_ 45.00 .' i_ X90VUUCMENT

sal' teacher school No, II _. 45.00
IOU N. H. Cullard. salary Thl Spac. Contributed .
teacher school No. II _,___ 160.00 ty
I The' '.Waters & Carson Gro. Co. 1050 Mrs. Laura Lee, sat teach ,
; er school No.1' _?_.__-_. ".00 I
1061 Miss Kate C. lln<
:', '(U. S. Fx J AJaiButra&B. Lktnw ,..t..G-22092)) 1061 teacher Miss Mtrtle school No.Fletcher 16 .,._sal_.. SO.00 Osceola Hardware .Gom'nyx :


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i) r ity'crop; .- ged'edtrdinF strongest .''element ''lav tha"campaign.t TIL1ZER PRECAUTIONSPlanet .24 FW at. ****. Beak MAg.,, >a ,.Me. .:
aal'-MMuld tha lattef aM4 'of '.;** ft i iww' how,.changed % atyfiiaTaotlaw '
aDJ'th'ac.Ub'p4114' .govraiaa;< ardent.. tY.>rn*_ ; baa The '' Gwiral f once)Agency In OiWdli.' Co.W ;
r a4hb*''1IP in MM .Llltr Lwdlnt Hisu1 ..

fofcai>; ur 'dtiMD8'wm' : certainly pro- of tbafar gaDttaaaar by. a.- Of.Artittifcty '
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pro. Fo f SfeouW HWe AI.egal. Guarantee : '
: duce a'fini lot of:,"..:US pe'Strawberries teal worOb sad th* eonsequenca ta that & REPRESENT TUB AETNA. HOME OF NEW YOU, MAKT- :

are- peeping out.from between wa have beUar and.more .faithful. offlcialaw W It b.To Mewwre Dp To...Nation'. .Pre.iing ,FORD AND MANY. OTHKt FIRST-CLASS FIRE ':
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tfea lesyss in abundance. Tha stand of ; ; . A COMPANIES| ALSO THE NEW TORJC LIFE INSURANCE CO., :
potatoes,' cabbage peAaean I .Tha range "cattle ere reported to be Food :Demands. _.- '
.oogn, AND CAN TAKE CAM ANYTHING IN THE .WAY OF FIRE,
; leWoc and almost. every variety of:: rapidly improving and a* our county .'
other crop common.to the county are I range com* in early and in fine shape LIFE ACCIDENT.AND HEALTH; AUTOMOBILE- TORNADO.WJRGLARY . r

i Rood' condition and show the people w. have every reason to believe thatmany raw PLATE,GLASS. ,.ANDExplosive,. . 5
our .city ly.appredat&.pra.nt .cattl*,-will be_abroad-from our I' j._ C.. Prldmore, .Parm: ..rvi.*. ; Atlanta, Gesrgla.r '. -- "

? itlons. and are in every. ,way wor- section this soring,- : Will the American Quick ".tIn.. Fend.For ; Insurance' .
of the confidence President!AVU- 'Edward L.;Lttto, who wa discharged w
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F F' repose: In them'' when ha express- from the army and ia now domicued I farmer responded the beat-retits in the' cultivation 'AND LIABILITY.? ,. I" .
worldwide BONDS .
r 'the materials ALSO '
baa .aecvred to.: of general Held ero *. .,
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with Savage .
the dealr that OUJ'.peops..abouW P.'P. '
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their patriotism. by causing binTa'iob and ". .DOW supporting his : :>4.mID feed earrylag phosphoric acid--nitrogen and. . IN THESE DAYS OP UNCIItTAW" PROTECTIONast - ...,

land to'bringvforth Ito'bcrwue'' .' wife! :-formerly yrtI.. Savage) ,by I I and U1'l*-clothing.for food >Mr.Houston some potash more ,deficient ahoald be In applied..th-light. PotashIs aDd .AGAINST. ,LOSS,IS. A.1fIS, I U1'IQft.I., -. '. .1"
every City.,in the ataUr would' dis his owns I'labof. 'Bs!was, we believe, _;' I . .
Seo- .
I Wt ". the sandy soil than Inclay .eol. Not ,. ,- .. . 1', .
.the same amount of energy, Florwould : raised ,itv New Jersey, prefer* / << .
of
I rotary, Agrteultnra !eu than 150 to-,JOOpounds' of'compl.ts .,
Indeed..all, ply. ber.ahare hr: Kisslnvmee. and;Florida in preferenceto '.< say that thl* should., be :.'. .:',, ,: ,,1' "' 'J,' -
jterUlUer acre
&' the war. .The idea that the his old been.. > : doss not ;Justify a .per of farmers .find t for delegates; free of charge, delegate
used, and hundred 'or.F.
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who"aretearful r .
opinion'is'that'those' ,.
of this city have 1.,200.aa-etI My 't. let-down la .farm more than, this, amount to 4t* moat to buy their dinner and cupper..Hi -
1anted'ayrv.em unreasonable of the next draft need not beaD activities1 for hefoot profitable. Fertiliser containing thesenecessary hoped .that'all claasein: the ,w1 Mme I""' ,
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reply i* that at least 800 of.the: much concerned.. The freedom with ..stated that foods generally eaeaUal .... .
are
planted socnq..on a larre:;scale which the young-men'from'' thi*' city even greater .af- plant. produo- elate will .be represented at this meet- ". 1_"" 1 ttl; l r nr 'rnHeldl
h profitable
...manyof them.on>a> mall acale, have volunteered will ia *U probability 1.____ __ .... fort must .be 'putcoming Uon of for all *Held most'Crop, Blnoe there 11* ng.' Program wfll be coat to each aaveTWa. a a otlla. ,
mU repl to tha.xjnastiotv Allowing exclude this county from the of Dsn.tt..e {
: ) In the
:rut J. c: PRn icon:.lortih such a world-wide need for ropa, and clans In'the'neartllt1lre showing just
,...40 bus ie1a to the acre, which U not draft.. .. '* mouth.., ", .,. since' farm produota are higher; now what will ,be- done at'thit meeting- .at.DPe, "
i' axceeelve, and $8X0 to the barrel and A. young man'who had never' been j, If the southern, farmer,U-to.do.hi* than ever before. It. follow that the ; .... .,' .
'wa hare (384/HtO.. Birthing for UWM out In -company was" invited. i'ouf bya Bar* la producing foods for man and farmer,.who strive to fulfill the na (.Miss) MARIE SANDERS Secy,. '. brittle.' i Bilartai* ... :='
t who furnish fertilizer and seed -potatoes family to eat dinner .with them on beast, and, at the semi Urn, crow cotton tion's nee4a.,. ".t, owb,. ,,thus* ofych Florida Be.raea-Phlku..UI on. "IF .s' tmtte Hisaes.'Of a< ," i'.
and also leaving a nice surplus his return'home.Aftaf dinner, ha .fibre forth nation,be must. either plant food *.* 1* necessary, secures .ypt tdaadiug- aaa. >w..ttl earf...x.i oS
"for the tAantar. turned to ,bk mother and aaid,'-)(a, increase hi* Stop acreage or else grow at the same.time the largest possible THE LINOTYPE SPEAKS FOR,.HIM ."JbiN nothing es'' ailiMHfi Ao i.
Our County D.marutraUoi.Agent they had something there they called considerably more per acre than .cua-- financial return for himself.. '...:.. the talrn dandruff.t..U...* *aa. Italrf 1
appear well plaaaad :with the'general gravy, but it waWt a bit.better than ternary T. ", -. tt*.iMtra, ttaatreagth, aad Malifai :hilt
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? : deaf-muteliootype .
'condition.of Jtha; .county< crope and he our'sop." In view of the 'scarcityof and'.1iiCia 'A operator on .t I..r r3v!
ha such a pleaalng.and.encouraging Mrv-Clark'a grade continues to im p rig labor at the present/lime, American-M de PotaahGood ._ the Miami '(Ha.) Herald la peered aea 1sod {4 Dy'r-: ..... ***>;*

: way of addressing the farmer that he prove-under her skillful management it. aeme to J>e: ,the' part :'of ,.wisdomfor German : Because: the .xempUonboard baa re- not 1emed1e4 sane' t...i Mir 1.
'Ii". gives them an exalted opinion- of their end shows not- only knowledge but farmer generally notk 'mate- A. Kind fused to accept him a* a soldier. H. aartah; ....' aadfaDa .. .WI', +

.. ability and;'are trying their but; to. the finest kind 'of sense i* behind the filly Increase lb.. crop" acreage, ,but. 'If,there U any .doubt 'In the 'mind write: "If the unspeakable Turk canlent out ...... A Jtttla; ::.....'thea4hew'soy -

.. live'up -to his standard .. no* and rake. 'Jf more,of. our ladle to. increase the acre,yields.. of a farmer about using fertiliser containing I like he doe, I cant.s why an time wQ pat*. sava) '
'A, visit to Jobn.Drawdy4 last week: would fallow her example. our citywaald Increase Yield PerAcre American-made potash' In the unspeakable American "can't fightliko yw t hair ". ; r -j "
- ," 6h'-' :.found,,th/-Acre. :auto. at-the house Indeed be a beauty spot. :Acre yield 'tan be Increased by belief that It U not aa .good H that the devil.' : I. coul: Linotype Get a .a>aU bottle f.,1Mew11 .
. and on going' id we found"NIM'Mai'the ' -: ''Mr.-' Ear!'11..Fennelland: ',rlf.* are better preparation of the seed bed.'by which wa formerly obtained from Qermany Bulletin." J.U| Danderjna from aay >drni } alp
a .' .' Zell and Albert. Acre and ow oU faithful attendants 'on.,their store. 'the use of good seed o tT&rteUeaAdapto ;' bis mind can .be filet at rest by zany eaa hay. boauOfal; t''I' 1Gtiia.of. tderlne.

friend Doc,DavU.. They.reported. all They have a small advertisement in ed to the region, by 'using a more lit* any chemist or '.acrlcUltllr.I'aulh rit7. 't .It,7oU., ,have! ,anyth1ag-tereelli,trade J' U oq .wll1 Jwtr., ;a .Dale .... ,.
welt at hotnj.and.crop* flourisaing. front of ,their store but if tome of era)'application. of.the right kinds of Any one who know In what form the or exchange try our." cta fled I co. umn. w. :yanr . ... ;.;: .,._ .
condition. oar enterprising land agent and our fertiliser and by'better cultivation of I potash- exist In th*. American-made It bring result .. ., ". dF1" .:

We mat oar old friend Jim Davis. Valley Gazette could be called upon to the growing crop product will declare That m..ate"or . ..., .. . "",- .' .. I
Sat t y-niibt.---H4ijapI078d ai 'aid them and thus let the PlbIeknow WhUe allot. tbese.factors Influence inflate of potaah' la the same to the : ,
,Edgewater.and report Meek .,and 'Mat a chanter they were) offering, acre yield- let. u*;call particular'' attention plant whether if be obtained from REPORT OF SCHOOL"FJNDS'

_, CI'OpII'in tat quarter.doing fine., .-; they could sell or rent as the case at this time to'.the kind and i American .sources or Germany and '
Our..klr.viai.t.to. Mr. Joe Smith might, Common: sense tell u* that amount of ertiliaer to be used l rao1Ucally that the plant ask no'quesUons aa to OSCEOLACOUNTY,

kid found the old gentleman much atroiur- advertising i* the soul of. trade. A all of the 'southern olU are 'I wheN It 1 originated' "but feed. on U' feriod Ending December 31,1917. :i'r"
1 ,'.r' mud 'apparently in better .health few people in U.lnc'mlcht be attracted deficient In'phosphoric acid nitrogenand Just the same.., .'.
thariibn' the occasion of our previous by the sign exhibited in frontof potash and These must be supplied "eshoot']
and disbursement of jjjft
visit.-v March.-is 'gen.rany*, severe Mr.- Fennell'i store,, but a newspaper In some form to get the largest yield : The following report of the receipt Oeeember. leM 17.wttBv
'month: on invalids, trot after. so ..... :Visits perhaps a thousand: home and blgget farm profit. While the Raise- Home Supplies funds of 08CEOLA and .-amountif COUNTY for warrant the period outstandin-ending .<-end a *.tatem..tIt..:

winter, a* ww liava had the month, and ,onewho desires to purchase go 'proper use'of these material will Increase And Some To Spare the asset balances and liabilities. ,and the value of the school property of thv AM.'0.-'.
'is often on its good behavior." " to Its column to satisfy their wants.Castor.beans the 'J1 ld. per acre and belp oeola County'' a* reported on tb. list day-of t>omber im. yy'tbe.AoantrBoard ,,1".t..OIa..t
:; Mr-Jan. Thompson has been! staying , are still:the cry fromthe Supply the nation' Deeds the wise V8tore bought"-food and feed are of Public In.tnactlon'an Superintendent. of 4111.of Publfb.JAw., of Florida ,
with here son Sailer, for ao-me Agricultural Department at Washington farmer will at the same time strive too high priced tor any farmer to pay I. hereby published. under. the provisions .Chapter. . .. -

time paet.;: Jessie "MayMs a splendid) and it U much needed by themIf to get the largest financial return even .1f..he could find,.them for we. Actsotim. : ERNKBT V08,.. omptroUer., T ,
housekeeper. and glens the aid lady; the people of,these United State from their us*. To do this. h* moat The wise southern farmer will get In .' GENERAL',1CHOOL JIJND.yD.po.ltory /...

all the comfort and 'convenience. 'that produce their own 'lubricating'oil, an exercise care buJiDcthem: :' a* 'weUas I a crop of corn and velvet bean, potstoes outstanding balance, July: lair' 1st 'U11.tat, I.'?l7r'.,...0.-1&."...._..._..._; -.:..,.,rw' ; f s.4.
y .It i* possible to do. I important point i*' gained. In applying them. : I II :vegetables of various' 1IJnda.: Warrant. .. . : : . .
assuming "'Th. "anner ahoald understand that .... ,.. .. .... ._. ....-..,..-....'
:The pastures are a splendid 1 Th. Democratic Rooster on hearing I grow a few hoc. and poultry and otherwise Balance. Julr 1st.' 117 ;;- ;--'!' -' -. ..
,; appearance and the caw mn talc, that egg were 60 cent per dozen called plant oe fertiliser a* food only after look; out for the need of his. FROM PTS. fore tb."Blz.roDth.' .:. . .. f il'st. .f'

i": ing advantage fit and very agrees together all the wise rooeters of bis t they' bare been ,dissolved by the family ''and his ,tenant. With', loll Collector_ Taxes' __,.__,._..__..:.__...111.1.. .
Tax
1 able Increase in the milksupply is' realm and issued his orders.that every 'eon water and -that which la not *ol- ot 'food product bringing such good Tax Collector Polls : ._. .._._._....__."". asdO :J'II''
the result' and .en-- have gone hen within said realm should display able 1* nor available to the plant ,.It Comptroller Tax Redemptions ,_._..___ ..... .!.' t.
down to about 80 cents;,we her patriotism.by.laying'en egg'each 'I-to the'farmer* Interest,,-'therefore price, the southern'fanner'should do Depository, Interest _-.._..._._..,..,._._.. li1t.'T' ..4J1
presumetha .. .. ... 1.457-40
a'patriotic bit If h* would raise enough Mill Tai .. -.r':
that thefertiliser* he U bayIngare Comptroller On -- -- -
know
hen likewise benefited. . day until then laY two and to
are Saturday ., . _..
R.. R. Tax ;
11.. guaranteed te contain a .tat d to spar some forth armies whlla h4U Comptroller ,. .
The off quietly. rest Oh Sunday., watched the re License
udc.
Prohibition keptaall parks"perfectly sult' Egg coma down to fifty then I "amount of available...plant food. railing.. bla.cotton crop.: County Count nwn .nej Bale1-! : ...._____...: 1/.00'
Sup.Mntend.nt..Examination Fm', _, .....__...' .' .00'' ,
l$ sober;; Tan .or'tWalwe yea/;age to forty and then to SO cents and he - -- - --------------------- Coynty-
----------- - - Mon. .........:-...;.__w i 1.0.0.0.
Depo.ItoyBorrowed \
whiskey was the principal' factor with intends to.force them to 25 cents.. He : of IClsslmmss?, Special School Tax ...__.. ,...,1..00.0.' ..IT.044.1'Miking '
grater'neceesltak"hbstatement
the politician.: Candldataa. carried*t contend that each dozen weighs 1-2 DO YOU; LOVE 'I need'being' Cly
around In their' vehicle and saddle pounds 'and.ela na.t.hat..t tie'latter ORPHAN 1 : .God leave it to.yotvdear: '' Balane* .- .. ?..._ .....___.....__:.... ,45.11114r. ) .

pockets, public 'Carrier*,*freadmit._tthroop' pric they are old at 18 2-3 .cent: per CIiLDREZitJThe reader,'.to answer the' prayer of the DISBUR8KMBNTS. FOR for ii.SHOOLSlSalaries ass Months' ; . ;

.tbe country ,and: }t.,was.the pound And I* low'enough.,. Tbornwell Orphanage,.Clinton; orphan .:child, "Give u* this day_our EXPENDED of Teacher ..._..____._.IL'II..ft' ,r.I r
> daily bread." Hence' th.'que.tionMthe purchase of School Lots .. .... ., ..........._; 0 0.00 .'i., ;
"
J'JI,: '10 8i C-4 It a. home and school for orphan head of this article, "Do you loveorphan New Building -u. :V.. _..___.w-......._:._.._.10.. .tP-... r.
; ,11 J : OIL DEW ADDRESSES FULL ATTENDANCE. OF I children where the effort la mad to children?" For the**' little Repair to bulldlncs v r, __._.._.._-.__..r aft.11 :
make the! beat nrenr and women out of children... hrothers and ..latera.'If. Furniture ._ .. ...-..m.wr; .:...-...-..., w.
'J: LARGE AUDIENCE.,SUNDAY COUNTY'SCHOOL BOARD them and where they are'eared: for your otherwise Apparatus. -".._.............._____...-r.w. S"1i .q
circumstance"bad.fallen
.' . ... .... .. ... .., (
i ,
,Insurance M-
.' Dew who--Is "condtidjngrevival . by officer, matron and teachers* Just they might have .been your own ,Rent *< ,* I e', __--,.-______}_......._?__ ..=,\ '';1.
,
J \VV {It they were -their' own children. ......_. .. t.1'
the Chairman C. :Bas* presided over I a* ;hjld1 ere. . They are :trying hard to Janltorl.I, ----- -- -
sarvicaa at The institution depend the public Fuel _. -'"--..-,.-. :' .
1. made a tooaarplea t0the.nof the Mareh meeting 'of the count* for contribution.upon Forfortirtwo J help themselves. They work; four Free Books .._ -_.. -'.---.-------,....-.---- "o.oa'Ii ,:I!as...
,m*.. eWWUtt/B/ a i9lK9wlv A school board,' Moridajr heM In Supt. support by it has done. hours a\'day, atteiyf'' school three ..... for .. '....:..-..--..........- I'\f:\: ; '. ...:f.
the dears 4to en.twotlc .haw. a day, study two hour qr more ItX 1'.0'" p 'f.. ', l.lii -' '1"Y.. > I.
,Grays' tone Casfeo, taking for his *obJect Toweir*, OT-HB* taj oourt house and it has been aa msa4ritionfor : aeUiteoaal and have only a JtUie ttase .or .. .............,......:".'..<..j.- !} '
FiveHiulmmee DevflsTie with E. W. Lanier; of Campbell station i I ... .
"' largely 1 attended, infect, and .J.' H. Baiedeni.o{; Kenans- the institution development. of.This many other' the ore for. recreation. They' are splendidly Per Diem na- and Xtteam' re 1.0/._.,..a1..1,..IIi.r"s ." .. ..., t,
a the lent paskr.,O. B Falls, viII. ix>th.present. pjhan year. .worthy of your love-'and your help. Incidentals for Board and Buperln .__......;.. : : ;
,- .The machinery of-th. .Osceola Thornwell Orphanage, will cat ,$10- .. If you would have a part in making PrlntlnaFlnanolal statementPrinting ____...,..,r : "i r
the county
stated that it largest gatherOng
wa 000 than in a normal be- .. -.. _. .._. ... '
more year -
>
them splendid .Christian citizens and -- -- ---- -- t,
of meat a.religious service be schools: seems to be in ,perfect cause-of the high war prices. Thus Expenses 'of. Examination. __ .1'0' ..t
order and of ; fitting them for self support; and: foruseful .._:.___ I.H'
Si khad witnessed in .his two year ...1.. working nothing import it into Institution or Summer School
ha
God in Hi
ance came for their consideration; far mercy put live,. send your contribution Book Furniture, etc.. not dI.trlbated .....:,.,.__.I' 11.11
dance here. ; up the heart of Hfa people to supply the .._ ._. .'..... S71..0
: of food clothing or useful Interest *. ..;._ + --
:"4 .Interest in Dr.. Dew's .services. eon-I other than the regular .business rou. needs of the, institution, but those article money the Local, Board of any Trustees Canning Club'' .. '.. _.._.._._..........__.__,.....: 1170.10'
to .
tines to' increase. I tine: AH other -purposes "'. .., ._._...>_......,.:-__.. 701.1'
Thornwell Orphanage Clinton S. C. Expense! 'of Compulsory Attendano..E __ .y .a UI.OetI,1".U. eel :
companies ..
Railroads and frequently .
p.s I assist express when. requested to do Net 'B.ia"ce, 'December list. 1117- .....'._.__._-..._ e41.W',,
44d ._._. 150,10
Warrant Outstanding December SI, 1917 -
4 so by giving half rates or deadheading

p : the freight'' on good... God' will Depository Balance December .fist. '''l>17 ...-;..__..:....,. .1,11/3ra, k
ain t ilRooRJj richly bless you''for your part in the. I
ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
: care of,,HI'* fatherless,ones.BARACAPHILATHEA AVAILABLE) ASSETS "
Oeneral School Fund. ,
n': Balance cash In depository .;.._..._...._...-.--_,.$' 1.1".1' .
CONVENTION Uncollected tax*.. Including current rear ..__.... Sft, T4.7t :
of and from sale of old build* .-.. -... 10..0.. t
From every standpoint service: cost- AT ORLANDO APRIL 12-14 ADoniiion from Fal r Bstate for ......_..-...._-.....:. - r 0' ., TT 1
Kenanavlll Building- ? ...-...-.,_............-._.. ..,...... "

'1. ,'Cetfam-JteJta; I >* proved .lu Cluiiii-e'TiioIegt'of.hoo: > fob, '.. t. Balance Special In 'l Tax> District. '. ..?._!.'.--_.._..-...,",_,.-.._ .".....0.- ... J"* f. ; '

' t ,The .Florida Baraca-Pbilathea Unionwill Uncollected! tax., Including current year .. ._....-...... "11'1..,.

type' I hold,their'annual,. .meeting1 in 'Total available asset .. M ......___>._.-::;: 4,111./0. .
Orlando.: Representativerom alleeelioin LIABILITIES . ' *

.;,;.. rIpccoaotnylstb of .the state wIU attend- this i Warrant Oeneral Bchool eutataadln1 Fund: fir. current xpeae.-*. -..: ..-......--. .....::' sIS.ee. ,
1 and for h ;; ..11. meeting. 'Warrant outstanding, or' other -.yl...... .of..Indelttedne .......
futon g. 1 ". .._ .. .
exe.pt.bond. -lven for property or money borrow : -
9 -Ratatm .ft.1a. ,.Interesting program: 'ia' beingprepared the payment af-which ia'd.t.rredt' (Notee) .C; :..__t. _:.....0...)
t tU. : .. J. C. Lanier Money due or liability Incurred .OR -eontl'&Ot. oompli.dr.......,.,,. .. s' +
President .
..: .. ;; 1 by uncompleted! .. .......... r........:............__ MTI.7B \'
: -"QU 6rat olttwodrrnte I and. Ana. progTam .committee. Many Other' Ilabllltle or vrr keel not otherwise. .,.a....... ..____ H!,
and for ...whichno- warrant or other .vldene.ofn-.......,...... .
)SyigE.c4Iuo! .JF..IF7tCU..Jl- -: Cllr'IIF..jbQtktt& a prominent,cpeaker .will,take.part In debtedness has been Issued .. ... __.-.,...__-?--..,..,._ .11730. 'i' 4J1MI
the Mr.; .MershalA.. Hudson -
1r Tax DI.trleU' -
,
Jer e&1eMJ'.bncea 1 every 0 impotent .teeing f program. Warrants. ..... .. 01,11 v
ly".ttesthe outstanding ; 1r1
.
; w eci,1lwk Ifeafi""JID4.J'ot; "- .of. Syraeue, K. Tw founder.of,the Other U blUtlee-' of .......,. kind. Dot other-wl..nsm.rat.d.-_w
,psso/e1ssa sad iU tary.sad very 1Iur aa.' cm.i. i'Wd Bar ea- 't lathe_ movement; '{. expected and for which no warrant or other evidence of ln-_.,..-.: il
is aot ... ... by acidir4uaM or. ..siaokstMttoMast : .red... to take In"convention.. debt,ed ness .ha* been. Issued .... -. '!""...-.-..J_,:;.....:_.;::.._ i
'.... sot 0aitt. *aa.t ,i 'a, part 1,11I.04 t
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.. . Jleraaftar the city entertaining the Total : .. ; ; : ; .9 c

.tc: 11,. Convention ha, been offering free entertainment VALUE Oeneral OF ecH00LP------------------------. _, ,; .., ,. 'ySchool

r' to all delegate attending. Houses and Lots ...._..",_,,,.:.._...._'4I.Hi.4. +
.} .MJt.t I r p ... emapte a '" Furniture '. ..--.._._-_.___._ M1I.I4. i'i' I'8ehool 4 '
...tiD w ..Opwts 'a f th..;conventions,;but:the' union ha, School.Apparatn .- ._ ._ ..___....______.. '.7.10' :t"'1 f1
1'. yC.erta: .Ptodlub on sip grownio fast during''the'paat'few' Other Bchool Propertr'' +.. _. 'wy..z..ti.-. ._. 1170.00. ) : ,
t coepor.t. (i Special Tax Dlstrictsi w1'T
..-, "..... y '.that.lt.baa been deemed ,adviaabU'for'iheBunion -', School ,House and Lots ___......-;............_--. loo..e .1.e
r 't.rlteed P a tfitmnJslbl...R 1in6 "/, School Furniture ',. _, .__._____......... ..,.._-'. 110..a
c' ...w il _.. I to adopt the liar'plig4pf School Apparatus a. -. .'" -.?_-.a.?....._......-_. '1.440.00
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a.re .
Bchool _
vard ;; emtertainment-Orlando Other. Froperty.- _< --, --. : /CLOT g
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I. j. CROP ;PESTS: NUMBER '26'' i, c...' Apfllsr t!' _. W.GTJ.eOLOMN; : I ,SUffered Several I (t


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Hamilton County: large aero-: '
,- ;' age will be 'planted to Irish potatoes ( J. M.;'Cochrane: ) Years. PERUNAME
This i* the twenty-sixth ofs.. trunk only. Whenever a spray pump rice: and peanut' this }let'.r.' Several Honor roll' of the states that have ,
ries of Article covering the control of can be useditis better and quicker
peanut pickers are already in pro. ratified ro! ibi6ion amendment
4 the, various insect And diseases we than-a brush. Mississippi .
: to 'handle the : Virginia. Ken
pert crop.' MADE
-' may i expect on our Florida crops. I (1) One pound of fish oil soap and DeSoto County] One farmer Lucky South Carolfna.North Dakota, WELL |
produced I. My'
ahall endeavor to give directions for one ounce of crude carbolic acid: to dasheen at the rate of'' 425 Maryland'One
,voiding trouble\>> as far, as possible, one galon of water.
bushels an acre on two-thirds of an Mrs. Elisabeth Reuther, 1001 l1tJa !i
for recognUing it when It' appears, (2) Twenty-five pounds of lime' acre of wet mucky 'soil. Another of- the strongest 'Arguments St,N. W.. Washington IX c.. writes: Standbyfora 9 h
aced for the' but control. These article slaked In water to which is add .
: warm
farmer nearby made a similar yieldon that a physician: can offer against the 1 endorse Perana' u. A splendid
cannot cover all individual ed two quarts of sulphur and two or two acres. Such: yields are bring. use of alcohol is its paralysing effect t medicine for catarrh And stomach s

Tieedsrso: invite personal correspondence three handfuls of common salt. ing the crop Into prominence upon the white blood corpuscles. trouble from which I suffered several

,' whether from the' backyard: (3) Old peach trees may be painted Suwannee County Boys are show. These are opt chief agents of defense yean. I tooK It for, several

garden or commercial planting. "with white lead in. boiled linseed Ing an interest in tho agriculture: against CUa .... When some morbid : months found till,.- health was restored C 0 lei. I
MRS. N. M. oil, but turpentine should not be usedto and have felt splendidly
C Pint club Tho membership now stand: element enters the blood atream'it is'i: ever "-
'Chairman of .- on : thin the lead. The paint must not Pig club 30, corn club:. 15,' and peanut the duty of these white corpuscles: to alnce. I now take It when I contract '
, Disease" andInsect Control, Jacksonville : be used at all on young trees. club, 10. cast it out. .But the user, of alcoholIs A cold. And It soon rids the srsy Thos. who ,object to liquid media

FlwPEACHES_____ --Sheathing trees is also done be in :, St. John County: The fourteenth lacking'in this defense because: he tern of any catarrhal t8l1d.DeI...'. dine. .ran procure. Pemna Tablets.
c'' The trunks 'must
various ways. tractor baa been brought into the has been a traitor, to his own body, .
.1' ,
Con.) about'eighteen inches aboveground --- -
( protected county: The East Coast Ranch: Co. taking into It that which destroy thipower .. :
Mildew and other fungous troubles and at least two' inches: be has been organized and start with of his defenders. This is the I

are controlled by the treatment for low. When paper is used it should be a fund of 1250000. It will develop explanation "of the high death rate AMERICA DS ENGLAND '
brown rot and curL, .. wrapped tightly and At least once
five thousand acre.n the western when pneumonia typhoid or other 0'1:1.
Shot llolei There 'are two distinct: and a half around the tree so as to part of the C:6unt: ,.. Two thousand serious diseases attack habitual drink IN DAILY' WAR SAVINGS :?

trouble known by this name. Ones leave no place for the insects: to work acres will be cleared: and made ready ers. It also explains the reluctance ;

shows in oval epots In the leaves, the under. Wire screen should be tied at for crops next year, half will be planted of the Burgeon to operate upon a -

tissue of which falls out, and also on top but spread About an inch: away to Irish potatoes and the other heavy drinker. The patient is lacking I March ...
Washington, : 4> That the has nued each: lay for the labor-pro
which frequently trunk there is chance for
small branches are from so no :
lime- half to corn beans, peas, etc. ThreX in that vital element known as '"re. American war savings drive is already ducts of million of citizens.engaged
:JdUed. Dormant spraying with the insects either to crawl] under or "
thousand will be used sistance. He has himself.
acres to destroyed
paature running ahead of the English in agriculture mining manufacture
: ,
this disease.
sulphur'solution controls to reach: through to deposit eggs. Af.
2,000 head of Improved cattle -From "A .Physician's. Testimony on campaign in volume of weekl Treas- and alone e
brown lag transportation. Money
The other forms small purplish ter the protector: is in place: the' dirt end 200 hood:'of brood Alcohol."
angular spots on the-leaves which often should be banked up against it to Durco-Jersey Wry receipts: is shown by comparative will not commanJ these necessities:

mn run together aa to cover' _Quit close bottom: sows 'will be bought.. A has figures made public by'the ;National of ,,war. But .... the people reduce
Lee County: Three farmers in the protest gone to' President
f 1.rce-; l:, On, the bark they are Aphis often attack the Undergrowth have Wilson WarSaving* Committee. their expenditures for personal com

.sunken and often girdle the twig In spring. Spray with one last county six months.bought_ Farmers, tractors in the Chicago asking why it is that .the The Treasury war chest in the putfour forts and l luxuries! and put their surplus
generallyare
they most frequently start at a lea( pound black: leaf 40 to one hundred planting staple brewerieshave not been closed as a weeks has been enriched: b.1 -earnings 'Into Government loans,' {

car. Purplish spots also appear on rations water in which: enough soap Orange County: Of crops.tho 48 .. war measure. Righteous Indignation 140,000,000 from' sales of war saving they transfer tbefJ''buying' rower to ''r
the fruit over which: the skin cracks: has been dissolved to make light suds. bred Berkshire: sold following pu the has been aroused by the fact: that the certificate: stamps, while the latest the Government. Two millions a day'

and decay set In. No effective treat- Scale The most common scales on American Berkshire Congress at Orlando public: schools of Chicago: and vicinity four-week returns from England saved and loaned to. the nation runs
-
ment is known for this form of shot' Florida peach: trees are the San Jose 33 head were bought by.. Orange haTe been closed for a lack; of fuel reach only 137,000,000. two millions to be spent by Ue Government .
hole. The Elberta peach: to especially': and the*white peach scale.: These are county farmers for 3125. while the saloons are permitted to As the total American 'war savings to win the war instead of by ...

subject to Its attack.. controlled: by the dormant spraying Polk County: Food crops are being continue business. Dr..' Graham 'Tayor are now in excess of $70,000,000 and private. .citizens. for poror-nal satisfac "
Borers There.. many borers of one gallon lime-sulphur to nine planted more extensively in this of Chicago: Commons, prominent are running close to $2,000,000 a day, tion.
-which: may attack peach: tree. but all rations water. It is very difficult: to it is anticipated that the first $100-
county: than: ever before; more land sociologist,.protested that closing the The $70,000,000.( of spending power
era subject to practically the same impress upon the grower the Import. schools 000,000 will be recorded in the third
han usual is being cleared. as a fuel saving device should
Many : service
treatment, lepreventing' the adults once of dormant spraying. After the C&lnln2' .the be the last resort that it disturbs' the week; in March: or In A little more already put vt the : of the Gov.
''"from' .Ink'the eggi'by1' tntlnt'the I freer"etst'$"1b-'l'I'Ow"-'n: :; praystrongenough cluba on 'AX'.9.". ..m1.l 0J.\ ::=eorn. ....1,,;.n'1 t>lR, strawbNthe elflldsmrstsaatrtupon'the ; han.-thre: months after the first ..offerlnlr *' .emoxnfibp.the.bW4rn: : .4fltrMYi103s. "

bark with a deterrent or by jnechani: to affect: the insects: will 'hurt; St. Johns County:' The boys in the street in weather that is far. too of the stamps b.the Treasury securities: has transferred from millions

r cal means such u wrapping with pa. I the tender bud., bloom or leaves, so seventh grade of the city schools have severe for its health.' It took England seven months to top of pocketbooks: 'to the' national '
": banking with.dirt or al'lTOunding'Witb all that can', then be done towards Judge Victor P. Arnold of the Juvenile the first hundred] million.
formed castor-bean
win gause at come distance: scale control at that time is to sprayor a beans club and will court declared delinquency Comparison of the first three Treasury command: of th. L Ior' And
from the trunk and by killing the .. grow castor on vacant lots -in months in the two countries shows material to build'A' of '
; scrub trunks, which very; unsat- the city. This year's plantings 'of among children has increased 32 per fleet .nearly. ,A 4r'
t -borers after t ehave entered. Per- lsfactorq. food shows increase cent since the beginning of tho war. that our daily average has been in excess hundred C,000toa'sUps.: .
l>aps the most common practice: is The San ,Jose scale is very' well crops over last a twenty. percent He finds that closing the schools: encourages . of the weekly average in Eng-

fcanldng the trees in early spring.] known by its "grayish roughness"and Wakalla County year: One farmer is truancy and makes it only a : land, at the beginning'' of the move '- !fI> I IKIU

.No method,Clf prevention is entirely the "white peach" scale by its .t P' delinquency... "Educational i ment. The figure ere as follows: ,
using a popular car to operate a rice \.
: :successful; trees should be carefully white fungous-like covering. The cleaning machine.: He .replaced the enters should be recognized AS essen lit raonth'England..:,. $ 6,172,000 ...,
examined each fall and spring.' If the grower, however should not wait for right hand wheel of the with laL". insisted Judge Arnold.' "Why, lit ''month America ......$10. 36ooo 11j
car
:ground is smooth and and compact their appearance. The dormant spray wooden' pully. a ivert\ the coal supply from essentials 2nd month England ....$ 8,402.000 ", 't

and no gumming or trash appears on ng with lime-sulphur should be done St. Lucie County: .One farmer'at to non-essentials T Why offer A temp. 2nd month,. America ._.$24,660,000 7 PATS MICE A '\f-fI. !,
the trunks it is pretty sure the tree regularly, once after the- leaves fall, Sebastian who tatlon for habitual truancy And de- al'd: month,' England .._.$ .3.402.000ird ''':I.- ;
is all right, but the least disturbance: and again before the buds start., beganhi* farming op- inqaencyT"- .month; America$40,000,000 f.(
r '-ahould.be examined. .If borers haveentered rations about one year ago now has Pop, sau cv :
Root !knot is particularly: destruct .
Fuel Administrator Three'months
Williams raidIn England .,.11293.000
7,000 acres under fence 600 head of
they most be killed and all tive to peach: trees. Plant peach: trees ; reply- to request for the closing Three months, America'$74,786,000 CENTRAL DRUGSTORE
the dead and! diseased wood must be range cattle; 6 registered bulls; 75 -
only on virgin land AS the safest precaution the' ot the saloons: "We can only enforce The National Wat Saving Committee KissJM
.cleared away. A strong flexible wire : but at least be sure that hogs, 'majority which are registered the orders received from the national in ', I '))1
I* generally used to push into the hole! there is no root knot infestation.- ; 85 acres: of Irish potatoes in administration. We are sympathy commenting Of the on the rapiddevelopment'

'to crush the borer, while a'' heavy, not grow cowpeas or vegetables in the excellentcondition; and is now pre with- and aavlnper.mpeill1. .
your request we suggestthat said
harp i hooked knife' is good for the centers. Velvet bean. may. be used Miring to plant forage crops, such: a 1 take do with today: SoreThroa ?
matter the
cutting/ but there are various, ways AS soil builders or: grasses .may be Para- grass, soghum, Japanese cane, national you administration." up. ''The 2,000,000 'A day now flowing
I into the Treasury from the smell
: savings -
to Accomplish the .
; purpose.The grown for hay. ,etc.Pinellas Telegrams in the form inquiries of the- pie IndicatoThat This fifty year old"remedy eases Sore
deterrents should be applied to (To be continued:( County: Rice growing is pec .a
sent hundred
were by ono' ministers" Throat and: Bronchial affections
." .,.. being given much attention, as the great rear o the to _
of the city to...President Wilson Secretary emergency. soothes heals and give quick relief.
<- land ,in this county is well adaptedto draw .Gn in a, national : ,.
; ,;SI, ,LOUIS 'LIVE' STOCK MARKET. having served his day and generationwent It. McAdoo" and Fuel Administrator For.the-bucineas of war the nation Sold by all druggist*

.., SPECIAL REPORT. to his reward Feb. 27, 1818 at Suwannee Countv: Sixteen boys In Garfleld. erra K ,
President Wilson ft. asked-- "Wh'V'II '
his home in Kissimmee, Fla. lie wa.elg'htfour the Rock Hill school: '''voluntarily ind's
en1 rYiscoyery
it'that the breweries have been
V National Stock Yards,',Illinois, years old and joined the rolled in the pig club., Three others closed ?" not GOOD TO THE LAST DROP
Methodist church at 14 of as a war measure
: years age enrolled in the
February 26;, 1918.TODAYS and lived a true and devoted hristian Lafayette County fame:, day.The "What is the number of cars required . ,

life to' the end. He ,was marriedto'Miss county by the railroads in the transportation I
has introduced about
RECEIPTS Cattle agent three thousand

3800. of intoxicating: liquors, the
Caroline' Dann in 1869 who died
head MflXWELLHOUSE
of hogs Jn the )J.t four
; 200.CATTLE
r Hogs'15,000FSheep In 1898; He was married again!! to raw' materials required, for the return -
: : '" ------ months. r shipment of boxes,, barrels and for Coughs Colds(:
Miss Catherine Wilkomm in 1904. He first .
Palm Beach County The
: Trade active- and brisk leaves three and three brothersto : : car bottles And all other commodities, including '
sons .h
with' atead: 'ester.vay. of tomatoes was shipped fromthe coal and fixtures used in- the
and fully theiadvi mount their loss. A. a memberof i
equal to of. the Methodist church: be kept foot- county' 1n' the week ending February manufacture and sale of intoxicants,"i I Keep vonr Stosuca ani Liver Healthy i '

;3>o to 75 cents ccored lost week. The fall with the of God for seventy 16th.1 was the inquiry sent. to Secretary: Mc- A vigorous: Stomach, perfect working
general market is at the people Pasco County: 'Three .tractors: arenow Liver and "
high ,point In his Adoo. COFFEE regular Acting Bowels,if you
'of, season.. 'x life:years.he personal reUgiouft' in use' in the county And three United States Fuel Administrator will use I Dr. King's .New Life PU1*.
was deeply spiritual ana de- .
? Si Market opened very: slow -lie often said more have been ordered Garfield was questioned concerning: They correc: tCautipationhave A
': ,10 cent lower voutlyeonuatent. to ;. Calhoun County: ;Old 'citrus: tonic effect on the system-eliminate
.th.nyes. his Lord groves the amount ,,of coal used directly: and
wife;, "I wish .the"
cc. a .time; top *17.65.' Bulk would faithful take, homo.; ? We shall along
.> '.jMsd-hoaeHinff.from $17.25 hint onltheiother me ?;! shore where see over into":corn,ft peanut,'!and&velvet ..-tIJt. .y,_Aw!: v/\ 4'f'
overt
'; 'ie T-.WS; 'gooa mixed hogs with } t ? beanifields. ;If sP, .TOGETHERR'4trh; : ! -
.' '\' "weight $17.10 to"f to 140JK we-shall knoweven' >, as,we are known. Jackson County;t'At"the Graceville ,,' (Lynn'H.rold'I1uft'.in'' Epworth'; : _. ',(
16.751 -
J. D. SIBERT. i-
: ; pig* '$15.75 to $ ; 110 to 120 hog sale on February 20, 275 head Herald). l \

Ibs.fl5 to! $16; ,Ug'hter'pig.: $11 to were- Bold' at futftlnn. The price paid] Our, hands and our' boYS' hands g
914.60; and best rough' hogs around 10 CENT "CASCARETS" I was on the basis! l' $ 26ri: : -i. per Are joined in A grip 'unbroken.

r 16.25. Pigs continued to .sell as long FOR LIVER AND B WELS. hundred., Though they' fight in far stern,lands.

*.'.the'supply 'lasted in line with the ----. Gadsden County A company in 'Mid tragedies unspoken.ur ,
above 'quotations, Cure' Sick Headache
(, heavy hogs got., very dull and quit : Constipation, this year and -will plant 400 acres of ) eyes and our boys' 'eyes II'

.fully 25 cents lower than yesterday Biliousness, Sur', Stomach, Bad" peanuts themselves., Castor beans : Gleam with one high decision: '; '" \T3.JJACKSONVILUflA.

'With' a late Market 1780. Breath-Candy Cathartic: will be planted in the eastern part of Our skies and'their skies .

SHEEPj' steady. Good to ,-V 1. .' the county; -COO acres have already .Shine with one bright, clearvision.:
choice Iambi flC.CO to $17; medium to been contracted for: ., :

.. ,Rood/ $16 to $16.50; choppers,40: to No odds bowl bad your liver, stomach Calhoun County: Farmers in this Our feet and,our boys' feet 4

'10.'and canners $6 to $7.. Goats $8 or bowels; how much: .your head county have already agreed to plant March to one mighty chorus.: . .

to $10 and kids $11 to $12.' Fat sheepeohVfrm j Aches, how miserable, you are 1 from one thousand acres to Spanish pea We meet where tho drums beat ,

... :RATIONAL$12 LIVE to 1250.STOCK .COMMISSION constipation indigestion, biliousnessand nuts. There are two peanut pickersin : And the flag goes. on,before, us.Our 4ttRTIN- OL'EST'ESTABLIS ,x.
the .
county.
sluggish! ,bowels-you .
alwaya get
COMPANY. wills and our boys' wills : & iIER

WELL KNOWN. RESIDENT' DEAD relief with Cascar: ta. They ImmedIately NOTED (NEGRO EDUCATORS .. Are tense for the great endeavor; '' i) /EDSEEO"tOUS ,

: cleanse and regulate the stomach One thought our mind fills' : '
TO:TOUR STATE FOR W. S. S.
John Lv Whitney I n'well' known reels 1'- : remove the sour, fermenting food ,, '. All'peoples free forever XJ I'I

s : 'oilent' f.thll city, passed away Wed. and foul gases; take the 'excess bile Two .of the foremost negro, citizens: I Our hearts end hearts '

Tiesday at.his,home in South Kissim- from the liver and carry: off the con and educators of America: will tour Are knit(; in one OUT deep boys'devotion. IN FLOfi/DA
lie had
line mee.and his last passed illness the octogenarian: stipated, waste matter, and 'poison Floridr. 'in' the Interestf the War Toy starts and fear depart ' ae

{ 'decllne.. : was' A general from the intestines and bowels. A' 10- Savings'CampaIgn begiaiJng March Despite the severing.ocean. 1

Dr. J. D. Sibert conducted l funeral cent box from your:druggiat.will keep 2nd, their itinerary taking 1 tf'-. m into Our lives and .' $ MD FOX CATALOG AND
'services' at the house liver and our, boy lives 'ts'S 1M ZY PR/CF LIST.' d.
: early Wednesday your bowels clean; stomach this 'middle of the monUt. These Are gifts to the mother nation.

4 1to Doming Downiville end the his body former was expressed sweet and head clear for months. They speaker are' sent to' :Florida\: by the While the new world in travail Strives
fori
,; home-
work while sleep. For birthV atlon.
burIaL: you Treasury Department to encouragethe 'great. consum: '

i Obituary. ,Avant members of their race to begin .- ;
John- II ad. in the .Valley' Gazette To me'there are but.five won!* in ,
Whitney was born at An. ; 'the' practice of: thrift and' saving:
the language: God. Love Humanity
: 'Duty.
'des,'New York, January 24,1834, and will!_rent..your .*pare..rooms.: .Tho first speaker.to..arrive is"John and Mortality I'baliove in {

Hawklnsfinancial: secretary of the the reign .of the common people that -.. .
African Methodist Church, formerly the earth is theirs and everything in

president of Kittrell College. North t-belongs to them; that the kingdom ;" . 'I

Carolina fend, for, sixteen years secretary : of heaven is""going to be hero; -that Homes '
d "B tterLCropsII. of education of tho African through the Gospel there Is 'yet1 to and Grounds Made '

Methodist Church.: ,' Mis will ;roach: come A "warmer glow! of love'on.the Beautiful Low 'Cost't' .r

Jacksonville on the ''morning'of March part of each human' being for every ,. >. .., ,. '
I t 3nd, and remain there' until Monday, other than we and the Icicles that w. 1
March: 4, when he will leaser on a trip resemble can: imagine. I believe1 that"ach ', 'For.very. little money you cars make your home, ". w

..nyields of high class prodaeb: are Dec embracing: the following towns: Fer- : human-being will reach a plane 'the best looking in yeur neighborhood, These'
'eaiar to nandina, St. Augustine, Daytona, so 'high that his most devoted desire ''ornamental.collections are.especiallyaelectedrPrise '
bring a big net profit to the ne .
d grower. Gifford, Fort Pierce Miami 'Fort will be to have every other human being : ..i'
.bauer, record fer sock results .bat been held fof I Lauderdale, Palm Beach Sanford, 'enjoy to the utmost those'opp.T- -. CeOicfui4: ..... fteval. Ceilecnee iiToe /' .. 1
.unitles' of and 'T .w.rtedpsh .tw.r.tty FMr 1
1 development eow.li.g .hruq.'twe
and Gainesville.
t1I,1e. t quarter-Century byI Leeeburg comtortt floWOTtnc .hnik* .f 4lffM-M .Mck .. Wmr h.d. Sr...,
' The next speaker'to Arrive U WilLiam cultivation: make of him the klwlh two kmadMOM Mta*. IaI.... ....w. *f.rn.. fruit i
'I.. Harrison, A leading colored lawyer utmost thAt can -be'made, Until this ,taau, Ir. *'"* trait tnM traM_fcarw.. ..._ ...... ,
I IFMIl' __)-.110& ...... .
: Is the-spontaneous desire and the supreme .cI.n.-.au.ert.dwhkh,,
of Oklahoma. He of ,._
is president tmnl-wort% lJli.j If bMickl Mparmwlt cwii".*(iSend'for .Y
,
Ideal Fertilizers I the colored bar association: Attorney purpose Clf each: -of us"we are t
-
I Far the Africa: Baptist Church has only, modified savages but J. believe one or both' of these collections: lai

'" been Admitted to'practice in the Unit- that the light'of truth in the face, o( j filliog ol.el'\ unless yon state a ppsference; we will .:: r -

,sud", fee our Free Boob ea aD commacWr ed State. Supreme Court, and i* highly .i Jesus'Christ' and'mo.... ,-.sbipplantaltbatw.knowwllithrive !l\.lour\ locality.: "X,

- :sops of ri ids, .... ear Spray C+taLgus'irdal tion'recommended of Oklahoma.by the bar Arrive associa: in "Shall Till, its shine glory more'like noontide shall. be l I" 'Send for' Free'dtaloit ."' r

.. Ii' .: ,ahlce gladly ,rise.. Jacksonville: Monday Hewill morning.: March '- I.Frances Willard.ANNOUNCEMENTS" I ''t I. Se d- kich of yenr. property

4th, leaving Jacksonville' Tuesday '.'for free planting sngstions.

>> ., morning, for -Pslstka, Orlando. San- New lftl cataleg: ,listing largest t
"
; 'variety ornamental in the South '
-, & 'Fertilizer Co fordV Labland.mpa' ," ;Tallaiiftfteand t: hereby announce myself A candidate .* with each eider mailed
er
\ : PtnstftcoUu '7 * .
.. ; I Repsesentatlve. in the".Leg 'I'A1 free on request; ' $ d ;
.. will
White dtlson Also rbe invited ,
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+ Mm. sbbtare from Osceola County, enject '
I
: Ideal! F.rtiflsers. ..
I to hear theM speaker And to render ; 4o; 'the Action of the Democratic ReasonerErothty.. N'

laebe.e3le{ every''Assistance And encouragement rimary., PILED M.- BASS _Royal Palm NureerlMr ,' '
Fla. .
toP
--td .possible- to the colored neople in AAV. ,all Benedict

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'' claims and demands which you. or j I Writ of Attachment has seised and lev-
; 5V. B.: Crawford Le Jarrei.. The Price of Drink cabbage and turnips on their plots. HUNTING PARTY BRINGS | either of you may' Have fca-alnst the led upon as your property the following

& JARRELLAVrOItNEYSATL1W a I' 'At Lokosee Frances Skagtr is one BACK BIG GAME estate of A. W. Wtnn deceased,' late of described real estutin the Cour'vTif
CRAWFORD of the diligent workers and has a Osceola County. Florida to the undersigned Osceola State of Florida to-wlt

Five cents a glass, does anyone think garden as a result. Clarence Executrix of said estate, within Lot One (1)) of Osceola Re-Subdivision
rood
That this is really the price of a W. S. Graham J. T. Burkhalter and two years from the date hereof I of Lots Seven (7) and Eight U) of
Offices 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizens 1 I Guy has prepared a plot for spring: Bert Criner returned last week from, Dated February llth 1(18. Block "F" ef R. Hv P. Drought's Addition

Bank Building drink planting and will grow Irish potatoesand a Jiuntlng: trip in thewoods near Ken- BERTHA I* WINN. to the Town 01. Klsslmmee,
Five cents a glass, someone might '' beans. .-1It Executrix. Florida, therefore. you are hereby notified -
sUsslmmee: Florida green UnsvikJci- where' they had aplendid and ordered to In said
V appear
ay"Why
isn't much to "l' At Whittier Misses Elon Bass and 1 luck Graham and Burkhalter each :K< Tirn or APPLICATION lrOIt'LET suit on or before the April ,Rules the
that very pay. Bertha Bajaden are preparing to same being the 1st of
11 bringing down a 'fine deer. TICKS! PATK IT ANW I4CORPtItATlP4 day April A. D.
OR: w. w. CARSON The price of a drink let him decide plant tomatoes and other' vegetablesgrown The one killed by Mr. Graham was mis. It.. further ordered that this
be
his order
and published In Klsslmmee
Who has lost his the
courage
,DENTtST in spring gardens.t said by old hunters to be the largest Valley Uasette, a weekly newspaper
pride I is probable that..11 the club buck they had ever seen here its Notice 's hereby given that the un- published and of general. circulation
Office ov.r Pilley Building And who lies groveling heap of clay, members will plant tomatoes for estimated 175 dornlgned will on the Snd day of April. the County of Osceola and State of
Offloe Hour.12. I-i Not far removed from a beast today.' weight being: at pounds. A U. 141S. apply to the Oovernor of Florida once a week for thirty days.
their main this coming seasonas
OKU. 'Phone 111 Residence .Ph.... Si4aa crop the State of Florida ten letters Patent Witness the Honorable T. M. Murphy,
( that lends itself readilyto Incorporating H T 10' V K! N 8 AUTO
Administered for Extraction vegetable REGISTER NOW. .. as Judge of said Court and my name
Teeth The price of a drink Let'no pne tell the purposes of the club work and -- .. :TllANKKIl COMPANY. under the following as Clerk. thereof and the seal of saidCourt
t Who sleeps ''tonight in a murderer'scell. : The registration books proposed Charter and Articlesof at Klsslmmee, Osceola
is an acceptable addition to any table are now open Incorporation a of which has : c.oau'ti;
copy
State of Florida on this
I LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW truth This crop| wll be supplemented at every precinct in Osceola coun- ben filed In the Office of the Secretaryof February, A. D ,
Honor and love and
virtue by other vegetables most suitable to ty. Register and pay your poll tax-- State. for the State of Florida. It'l' OVER8TREKT

All the' glory of pride and youth. the location of the gardens and the your vote .will be needed this year.! OTIS STEVENS: (County As Clerk oC, said Court.
Hope of manhood the wealth of fame of tihe J. E.. pKOWNW Court, SealT 1161COt'RT.
Waring! Building.Fat I High ambition and noble aim. experience* gardeners. 'J. STEED
These the treasures thrown The girls are taking part in the LEGAL'ADVERTISEMENTS ,\HTICLE8 OF INCORPORATIONWe 11'0'' .IRr1fIT STATE OWFLORIDA
are away
SEvEnTH JUItlCIAI.CIHCUIT. .
"layettes"for
war relief work by making .
As the of drink from day to the undersigned hereby. associate
IObnatoD' O. P. Ci rr.i price a the. French and Belgian refugee rnoi.A COUNTY
.ourselves together for the pur- I.V CIIANCKRYD
day.
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW babies and are making some articlesfor IVItTICK., pope of becoming a body politic under .-
the Children's Home at Jackson -- the laws of the State of .Florida. an<' (I. Ferry Ces l.l.aet
"Five centa a glass How Sat'nlauhed wo hereby declare that the following .
: Notice la hereby given that special vs.
ville.* A
Baal Articles. of Incorporation shall constitute "'1111.. N. Perry, 0.,.....<<.
.
and 12 Citizens of the .Stockholders of the
; Offices 10, 11 club will be well represented rmpiinK ,
The and be the Charter of said
As o'er the bar the young man chaffed Klsslmmee Cattle Company to take the It appearing by affidavit appendedto
4 BuildinCPIa. at the Osceolacounty fair by the customary of the annual meeting will be Corporation. the bill filed In the abovestatedcause
; Rlace ARTICLE I, that William N. Perry the defendant
canned
display of fine vegetables at the office of the Company In
And the' the victim
I I before morning luscious marmalades jams the city of Kleslmmee Florida..at tep The. name. of this Corporation hall therein named Is a nonresident
h.. STEVENS AUTO TRANSFER COM.; of the State of Florida and Is a
Q. F. KRIBBs w. J. 3TH1 o'clock a. m.. on the ZSrd day of March
V ihl.tis life-blood ebbing" swiftly etc. This exhibit will also be sent K1S. to elect director*! and transact I'A NY,' and the principal place. of busl- resident of Rlchland. State ot Washington -

KRIBBS & STEED to the state fair at Jacksonville. such other utilities as may come before ness shall be In the City of Klatilmm'-n over the age of twentyoneyears
LAW' away; the meetlnir.Dated .' i County of Osceola State of Florid, ; It Is therefore ordered that ..a14nonr..ld..nt
ATTORNEYS AT And that was the'prlc: that he paid 1 March B, 1 18.K1SSIMMKK but the Board of Directors may ....'.b- defendant be and he Is

Loral business\of all kinds gtvsi alas, CATTLE. COMPANY.. limb branch offices at other places from hereby required to appear to the bill
For the pleasure of taking a social Telfatr Knight' Secretary.SOUTHKMN .' time to time as may be desired.ARTICLE'II. of complaint filed In said cause on or ,
MERCilESS I JUDGE .
prompt attention. .JI.U before Friday the Und day of March.
glass. A. 1,). 118 otherwise the allegationsof
lu., Offices, 11 and II St.t. Bank Bide.Klsslmmee . LTIL1TIKN! COMPAAY The general. ,nature .of the buslrwPM. said bill. will be taken as confessedby
7" Florida, or businesses to be transacted ",* l
said defendant.. .
The price'of a drink if want to
you One Who Shows.No Favor. conducted by this Corporation shall be .. It I. .further ordered that this order '
know Notice la hereby given that. the an- to deal in. buy, sell. operate and let be published once a week for four
What some are willing to pay for it, A merciless Judge is Fathor Time. naual meeting of the stockholders of for hue automobiles motorcycles .n" consecutive weeks In the Klsslmmee-
Before him the weak and the wanting: the Southern Utilities Company. will motor, vehicles of every kind natunt Valley (Oaiette a publishedIn
fro newspaper
to the wall.' Only the truth can be held at the office of the Company and description to build: maintain said County and State.This .
To that wretched hovel over there go Klsslmmee, Osceola .
County Florida
and operate buildings, storage housesand
1 OflRSO$ F EHRMER With its dingy\ window. and broken. stand. For years the following state. on Tuesday, March 261 h. 1818. at 12 garages for the storing, caring for (Circuit 14th Court day 1.of L.February OVEKSTREKT.: 1111
stair ment from a St. Cloud resident has o'clock noon for the election of dlr"c-I and keeping. for hire therein of automobiles Seal) Clerk Circuit Court.

Where poverty dwells with its hun- withstood thin sternest of all tests. transaction Lore for the of ensuing and year all and. . motorcycle.8 and motor vehicles .- Krlbbs A Steed ,
any of every kind. nature and description
Illinois Ave. St. Solicitors for
Mrs. A Clemens 1 Complainant.4t
,
brood ,
gry ; may come before. the meeting. ; and generally to buy se'l
Wild-eyed\ as demons r lack of'food Cloud. .Fla.. "SIt)1Bk; ,:Agoraem yenn.1IBO New York. March 5th._ 1 18.HKUINTHATION : and deal In all.III'Q(>4..,wjires and mer- NOTICH TO CHUDITORS ",

".";::-; 1 it SELL S .Wheri"'lnri :! nt''oIlle.s'' rrrthuMt'CUI'P'ed ', v>IddriwYI, catfli4jtotderedeiandfrm : 'ii'I'>v. \ "' fVI& VrollMtY"At: ,,_; A.J""Ad.IHIr" w'r"'lld/l''W., '4. f ........ I I iio -,-,' ..' ,, ,,,, ,

1 that.time on, I suffered untold :u-II S..cr ta.ry. the operation repair or equipment o( .. Tonrt ef toe foan4y Judge Os v.ln .

Life Accident and To pay the price of ,another's thirst. ''agony. The last five'years it becameso NOTICH automobiles of any motorcycles and all kindmanufac or motor vehicles Conn4y, Stale"8: of Florida. ,

Fire, acute that at times I was not able tunes and description; to own equip .. Te Estate ef D. S. A......

Five cents a glass oh.! if that. were to get out of bed. I had pains in my Notice la books hereby of Osceola given that County the Registration v maintaIn. and operate a general trans To all Creditors Legatees Distribu ;

Health Plate Glass Liability all, back headaches and dixziness, and be open at the office of Supervisor Jii of for business and automobiles by means *of operated vehiclestaxlcabs by tees and all Persons having' Claims I,
Demands
The sacrifice would indeed be small; sometimes I:was so lame that I wasn't Registration at INC. Kats's store, on electric. gasoline or other motor power or You and each against of you said are hereby Estate:notified

: and Boiler Insurance. But the money's worth is the least able to walk. I could not stoop over Monday March 4th and each week day with and by which to transfer and required to present anyclaims I,
: from 1I:00'a.: m to 11.00 m. and from transport and haul
amount well and if I did I could hardly convey passenger and demands which you or ".
very 2:00: p. m. to B'O'I: p. m, to and Including and travelers and for the accommoda
Executed You whoever will keep account again. My limbs were swol- May tith. 1918. Any either of you. may ha'all'aln.t' the
Legal Bonds pay; get up Monday qualified lion of the traveling public generallyand estate of D. S. Austin deceased late
: Will learn of the terrible waste and len sometime to twice their natural elector. whose name Is not now on the to haul transport and convey bag of Osceola County Florida, to the un-

Needed. blight sice. This suffering made me terribly Registration books may r"lII'l.ter.rho gage, boxes, parcels and any and all derklgued executor of said .estate
Same Day books In the other precincts of Osceola
such like articles that m.y' be rot
within two from the date
: That follows that ruinous appetite.Five down-hearted. Several boxes of Dean'sKidney county will open Monday March 4th transfer or transportation and to doa Dated February years 4th, A. D 1 1S.Q. hereof..
,.- cents a glass does anyone think Pills put me in such'good and close Monday. April let. general transfer business for the "0'. F. AUSTIN -

That that Is really the price of a health that I was able to do my housework IS. D. KATZ. commodatlon of the public generallyfor S-lt Executor.

OFFICE: State Bak Buildiig drink and felt better in_every way.: ll-5t Supervisor of Registration.IN rying hire on; the and business for the. aforesald purpose of buy'car NOTICH OK HXKCUTOR

-From Uncle Johnny. After Paaalnjr! Years TIlE' DISTRICT' COURT OF. TUB .
sell and convey exchange, lease, mortgage (Few .....1 Pleennrste)
; 'I_ 1 AT A LATER DATE-Mrs. Clemens UNITED STATUS. FOR' THH or encumber real estate, or othei -

; 1 said: "I. have no reason to changemy SOUTHERN, ItlSTRICT OF property, personal or mixed as the .. C.." of C..t,.. '...*... Oseceln. 1
FLORIDA same shall M neceasary and generally C...,,, State of Florida. ,
opinion of Doan's Kidney i iIn
high
to do all things that be
necessary
[CANNING CLUB NOTES I Pills. I still endorse them and confirm : "a... A. V.. Voast, a. Tr...... C.plal.a. ..- to the conducting of the may said business. ,r. Batnte of Llaslo Mooelerl '

the statement I gavo praising ." ARTICLE III. Notice I. hereby given to all whom.
A..i..f<<
1 BunnellBardayReally them several years ago. Clifford W. B..... mmi Lillian R. 'The amount of the Capital Stock of It may .concern. that on the list day
The coming: of spring marks activity Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't Ur.... Ms wife The Sesslnele r.... this Corporation shall be Ten Thousand of July A..T.D.M.1 II. I shall apply to thehonorable

all alongthe line in canning- club .. ' circles of Osceola and Miss simply ask for a kidney remedy-get "'1.,... U. .... Krlbbs, John Fay ... Into Two Hundred (200) Shares, of thr court final as Judge of. Probate, for my 4'estate
county discharge .
Pills tho same that value of Fifty (160.00)) Dollars as Executor of tho
Doan's Kidney U. ... M. 11..., Wefendentn. par
: Albina Smith. Home Extension agent Clemens had. Fostcr-Mllburn ''e.ch. which said Capital Block may be of Llssle Moseley deceased; and
Co. here finds preparations going forwarJ Mrs. By virtue of a dercee of foreclosureand paid for either In cash or In property that at the same time I will presentmy
N. Y. final
Co. Buffalo accounts as Executor of said
for many spring gardens. Mfgrs., sale made and entered by the District labor or services, at a just Valuationto and
estate, ask for their approval
Court of the United States for be fixed by the Incorporators, or by
At Narcoossee: Ed Eberts Dated January ISth. A. D. 1 18.KOOLE8TON .
who U
a the Southern District of Florida. held the Directors, at a. meeting called lot
member of the club has an excellent Engraved Calling Cards and Wedding at Jacksonville therein on Novemberlist. that ,purpose. T-loamSm WIL' OURN.
Executor.MOTICR .
Bank of Orange winter garden planted to strawberries Invitations Engraved and Embossed 1S17 In the above entitled causes ARTICLE IV. ---4
,
and Bermuda onions and will I. a. Special Master appointed for suchpurpose The Corporation shall have succession Or EXECUTOR
soon I Stationery can be secured at
by the said decree, will sell at
' Mgln the by Its Corporate name perpetually (Per flul Dlseharaela )>
reaping reward of his Iabore.
Let show public auction to the highest bidder at Cesirt '.! .... ....
Orlando Florida ': Misses Mabel the Gazette office. us, you and Is to exist perpetually. C _. Osee.laCe.ty
and Alma Tin- the front door of the County CourtHouse State ef Florida,
dall)1 have grown Bermuda onions, our samples and prices. tf of Osceola County at the Cityof ARTIVLB. V.

t Klsslmmee. Florida, on the thirtiethday The bualness of the Corporationshall !. re Estate ef ..... W. saHkf.
of March 118 at twelve o'clock be conducted by a President on. Notice Is hereby given to alt whom
noon the following described prem or more Vice-Presidents,' a Secretaryand It may 'concern, that on the Ist.dar of
lees, to-wlti a Treasurer and such 'Other officers August A. D. 1515 I shall apply to
All fractional, Sections One (1), Two and agents as may from time tr the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of
... The Dining Room of the (5)1! all c : '.ra4worl.l Ten (10) of Directors consisting of not my final discharge as Executor-of the
:
Strengthen America Eleven I (11) ) ;*all Section ; less than three nor, more than fivemembers. estate of John W. Smith, deceased
Manhattan Hotel Thirteen (1SU all fractional Sections The offices of the Secretary and that at the .same time I will present
Fourteen (14); Fifteen (16) and and Treasurer may be held by one andthe my final account as Bxeeutor ef
Is Now OpenMrs. j Sixteen (16) ; the North-east quarter; same peraon. The, Board of Directors said estate., and ask for their approval.
North-east quarter of the North-weal shall be elected by the Stockholders Dated January tl. A. D. 1I1STHURSTON :
R. 8. Savage Owner and MIT. quarter; South half of the North-weat at their annual meeting on the 8. SMITH. 4
quarter and South halt of Section Seventeen third Tuesday In January of each year, 1-lamfm Kxecutor.ftOTICH .
(17). all In Township II South beginning In the year AI).' IIIl110j, '1'h" _
Booze-drinkers; tossoff" Range 31 East containing accordingto stockholders of this Corporation shallat OK. APPLICATION FOR TAX
: United States surveys In the Stateof the first meeting orka soon thereafter BElCH ,
Florida. 6766.SO acres, situated If as possible adopt the necessary ' ,
F J. W. THOMPSON Osceola County, Florida; excepting and By-Laws for the government of the Notice I. hereby given that S. L. Berfcert.and -
reserving, however out of the above Corporation and the officers shall be Oeorse W. ,Duke purchasers 4
described. premises twenty (10) acreson elected or appointed .. prescribed by, of Tax Certificate No. ITS dated the itn
f a workingman'shome the easterly shore of Live Oak Lake the ByLe.ws. day of July A. D. HIS, have. flied said
1.1.Funeral DirectorAND now used and Improved as a banana The following named persons shall certificate In my office, and have mad. .
plantation. be the officers to conduct the businessof application for tax: deed to Issue la
Dated November list, 1617. this Corporation until the officers accordance with law. Said certificate
.1. U OVER8TREET who shall be elected at the first election embraces the following described
minute! ll-4t Special Master.COMMISSIOXKH'S of officers shall be qualified: property situated In Osceola County.
every Otis Stevens. President. Florida to-wit;
MBALMR SALE) J. E.: Brown Vice-President BK\% of REV:\ Section SO In Township
LICENSED W. J. Steed Secretary and Treasurer.
I IB Houth. Range" ST Kast.
I. re Estate .* George R.. T.1... D..s. .- and Otis Stevens, the B. Brown and W. The said land being assessed at the 11
\ I ... ......... J? Steed shall be Directors. date of Issuance of said certificate In'
Storo'and Chapel, Stewart Ava.Klsslnnee. ARTICLE VI. the name of C. M. Candy. Unless said

Notice Is hereby given that under The highe.tamount of Indebtedness. certificate shall be redeemed. according 4
: Fie. and by virtue of an order Issued by to law tax deed will Issue thereon on 4
We Americans $3,800 minute of . W. or liability to which this Corporationcan the lllh of March A. D. 151$.
spend every Ho James Perkins Judge Judicial Circuit ot the Stateof .1. U OVBR8TREET.
(flIO.OOO.OO Dollars.
I the day for booze. 1, Florida on the 80th day of January ; (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court Osceola -
A. n. ISiS: I, as Commissioner, will sellat ARTICLE VII. County Florida
M. TILLER Public Auction Sale at the door of The names and residences of the 8-6t By 'a. H.: BULLOCK.. D. C.

the Court House, In Rartow Florida, 1 subscribing Incorporators, together
That's to the highest and bidder, forcash with the number of shares of the Cap- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Real state Agency. the price of a fairly comfortable home during: the legal .j.u of sale, ital Stock subscribed by each set opposite

' on Monday the first day of April A. D. hi. name, are as follows' : .. Ceart of the. O..ty ........ State .(
.................................. for the average working man. 1918. the following described real" Name.: Residence No. of Shares Florida, Oserola Ce..ty. .
1m .. Ksleto of ....... .... ...
estate, situate In the County of Polk Otis Stevens .Klsslmmee Florida 15J. .e N. P. .
Realty bought and. sokL and State of Florida to-wit: E. Brown, Klsslmmee, Florida 3 To all Creditors, Legatees, Distribu
Houses rented. Lot Four.(4) In Section One (I), and W. J. Steed, Kisalmmee, Florida i tees and all Persons having Claimsor
Just think what it throw Lot Two (2) In Section Two (I) and IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have Demands ag-alnst said Estate:
Taxes paid and Titles.verified means to away aworkingman's the north one-half of Lots Three and hereunto set our hands and seals this You; and each of you are hereby notified -
Four (S and 4)) In Section Two (S) and 27th day of February A. D. 1918. and required to present any
for non-residents. home every minute in the day. for the south onehalt'of the southeast OTIS STEVENS 11'1..1)' claims and demands which you or

Fire, Life and Accident In- hours! Quarter of Section Two (2). all InTownship v J. E. BROWN (Seal either of !.oaCeITYNb':: against theestate
twenty-four, Twenty-nine (Z9) South. W. J. STEED (Seal) of Phillips, deceased -
surance. Range Twenty-nine (29) East, leas the late of Osceola County. Florida to4the
southwest. quarter of the southeast STATE OF FLORIDA ) undersigned Executor of said
Indemnity Bond quarter of Section Two (2). Township COUNTY OF OSCEOLA ) estate, within two years from the date

It means 1440 homes day! It Twenty-nine (29) South.' Range Twen. BE IT KNOWN: That before me, the hereof.
............ ... ...0. ... . every menus ty-nine (29) East In the County o undersigned Notary Public In and for Dater December I4th A. n. 1MT.

535,600 homes Polk. State of Florida. tr-"' State of Florida. County of Osruoln SCKVA a PHILLIPS.
every year Dated at Klsslmmee, Florida this personally appeared Otis fit Jvcn't. JE 8-8t Executor.

))1)1S .>..>.. ..> ....>..<>. ...* February 24th, J918.WM. Brown and W. J. Steed. to tin well ,
C. ZEPPERER. kniwn .and known to be the li'dix'Uu- NOTICE) OF KXRCUTORS' FOR FINAl.-
Counting five it. ala In and who subscribed thnlp.
persons to a family, means ll5t AS Commissioner. nhrnes DIACIIAHGG.Ceaatj .
/, to the foregoing proposed Ch irfi-r, and.
i C.W. GRIFFIN .j that nearly 3,000,000 persons could be comfortably MA,"OR'S PROCLAMATION they acknowledged before nun that ..
la
-- they executed the Same for site purposes Jsidsie's C..rtO..la .C...s.I -

housed on the amount waste ou'drink Under and by the power vested Ih therein expressed ,, State ef Flertde..
we me, I. J. S Cadet Mayor of the City WITNESS my hand and Tidal( *e..l. -

and of Klsslmmee, Florida, do hereby announce at Klsslmmee, In the County ,.f Om-e- I. re E..te .1 Marasret Eo KNit..
Staple, FancyGROCERIES every year. proclaim, and declare that an ola. State of Florida this J7'.h d-.y. r.f denSer

election will be held at the City Hall.In :. February A. D.; 1918. .
I said City. during the legal hours of (Notary Public Seal) -
voting, on Saturday, the 30th day of Notice Is hereby given to all whom
Think it out in the terms of the needs of this March A. D. 191 R, for the purpoHe otelrctlng ROMA TIIOMVS, (Seal) It may concern that on the 44th day of
th Notary Public State of l-'lordln. May A- it 1915. we will apply to the
following officers
for the
t
< Commission Zitch. Hon. T.: Murphy, Judge of said Courtaa
My expires
town. What 'would the drink bill of this city term of oneyear, viz.: 11-41 8th 1919. Judge of Probate for our final discharge -

all Part. One Mayor as Executors of the estate of
Free Delivery to
do for you and your neighbors? One Clerk -'r Margaret K Kochenderfer, deceased
,1' of the City S. One Marshal and Tax Collector tl TIIK t'OI"T" Sot HT IV A>nOM Fon and that at the same time'we will resent -
I One Tr..a..u..r.A1..o KOI.A torvrv. STATE OFLORIDA ... our final accounts as Executors of
to serve for the torni of two said. estate and ask for their approval.
pIt 1 vears.: Two members of the City Coun- Dated November 6th. A. D. ill?.
........o..o..o.. o.o. cil. CLARA M. HUTSON -

I hereby appoint II. N. nratton, .1. )I-:. ( IIHK'BT W. M. HUTSON.
you could get all the facts about the liquor Lupfer and E. (1! Vans Agnew as Inspectors ANSI'MPNIT! I>."MA JOHN) WHITE & CO. and Edgar Kate as Clerk of Hardware Company, n Corpora W. B. CRAWFORD.
LOUI8V1LLaItY. business...of cost and consequences...you'd said election. rloo. Plaintiff Attorney for Executors. 1-m-trn
In witness whereof I have hereuntoset "..

.u...... .asssrtmsatad vete "dry" with entheusiasm.IT my hand.as.Mayor of said City and :>.(.... Hay, Defendant. ADMINISTRATOR'S, OTICB
caused the seal of said City to he -
fell veil** |MM' hereunto affixed this 28th dav of Feb To Nathan Ray Philadelphia. Pa., .. Ceart ef C....,. ....... States c4

::FURS you believe that tke traffic in Alcohol ruary. A. D. IMS. And all others whom It may concern: rierlda
does '(Seal. ) JOHN R. CADET* It appearing return of the Hherlff
harm than Mayor ef the City of of Osceola County, Florida, upon the re Ba.a<. .1 Geersre 'W. Ta_..
HMeeeeelOeatSUae. more good---help stop it! Klsslmmee. Florida. summons Issued In this case that you _svcela Cfmmtr

Attest: are a aon-resldent of the State ef Florida -
H. tire; H hcieKv given to all when.
J. It. GILBERT and that you are a resident of
City Clerk. 11-It Philadelphia, State ef Penn..lva..a..nd It snar concern that en the 10th day efApril.
For Indigestion CotutlpaUo or 1 plalntir A. D HIS. I shall apply te the,
I Bftla_.. applying 410 this Court for MoaoMbU T. M. Murphy, Judge of ..aeaCovrt
Strengthen America Campaign NOXICH TO CRBDIT0R9si / Notice of Institution of this suit to b.
as Judge of Probate, for Off
Jut try oRe SO-cent bottle of LAX-POS ---- published according to law, '''.11 are Snat dlacharae as Administratrix ot
Cewrt .1 the ....... hereby notified
Cenaty e..a- that the above Suit was of deceased
'T
tke estate Qeeirge B.
WITH PEKM. A UtpM DIgestlv.L.xat4vo ( ...t,. Beat ef FierI... Instituted In the above Court en the. sad that at the .. man\\. I
pleasant to take. Made andecomniended (This advertisement was prepared by Onule. Sklzle and furnished ... re. r..ate> .1 A. W. WI... llth day ef February, 4.. D. 1118. the1same will' preseat; to said Court ray final ae-

to the public by Paris Medicine : M by D. 8. .To all Creditors, Legatees, Distributees' being a lull In Assumpslt Claim- counts as Admnllstratrlx of s s4 ee-:
Wagner.
I' and all Persoss Having; Claims or Ing damages In the sum of 0.. Hun.' tate and ask for their approval.
manufacturers! Laxative Bromo Demand against said Estate: tIred Dollars, and carrying a Writ ol' Dated October Sta. A. D. UI7. 'I
Qulalae and Grove's ,....... cbill Tonic. Yeu. and each of roe are hereby no- Attachment and the Sheriff of Osceola ALMA T. MORRISON.n' I',

( .. L LII tiled. anjgjrqutred to .r ..nt, aay ceuaty, "1. virtu oX the said. n.' m.. -,,. .....tlUaU'. *, :
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Society Notes # ; | FLOYD


F 'Cash .. i,
(Mr: E. E. Wells, Editor.) GroceryWhere
Are You Buying

Request b made to all patron of the Valley Gazette to tend items Your Money Lasts.

; ; .f Society .Eyent V) the Editor for publication in these colnm ,, .' Come in and see us. You '

... . . will surprised at the bar- THRIFT STAMPS
4010'OIOIOI C I C't' C" "0 I B't' 1010 .o 10 I I' I ?

i gains we are offering. .
t KORTENBERRY-BASS. J. j tftR ROYAL NEIGHBORS? .


The bride khaki' from clads have Kianlmmee's claimed nnolher Mrs.members Sarnh of Prnvatt the, Royal will Neighbors'lodge entertainthe Florida Syru>>. ea>. 1.00 EVERY DAY? '

', when among Miss MargaretBass Saturday afternoon, from 2:30to 10 lb.. White Karo 1.00
young the women pretty and accomplished.daughter 5:00: ; at her home on Mabbette,, St. 5. lb.. White Karo _. . ,

of Mr and Mrs. Ira W. Bass ;thimbles Members! and are scissors requested, aft some to form bring of I Small Crisco _____-,__...___. 4.0
t>ecame the wife of Sergeant William I Medium Crisco ___ .:_ 1.00 .
of Company B, station-,, lied Cross work will betaken, up. --
Vortenberry Small Kream Krisp ________ .35
Wheeler. j If
td at Camp 25c Thrift the
The wedding occurred at the Baptist t BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY: +j Medium Kream Krisp ______ .70 you buy Stamps at rate

Tabernacle, Saturday, the 18th, I CELEBRATION I If I Premier Salad Dressing ____ .35
while' Miss Bass, accompanied Wheeler by her -' ; L -+ Durkee'* Salad Dressing _____ .33 of only one a day, and exchanged each
mother was visiting in Camp was the occasion of ., 0
Saturday a
very Dressing
Green Seal Salad __ .30
.the. ceremony.Rev. T. F. Callaway" officiated' at Mrs.pleasant I. A..Payton social entertained''gathering a when number Shredded Wheat _' .13 book'of 16 (with a 'few, cents added) for a Yr':'

Mrs. Fortenberry I :will make her of relatives with an elaborate Lima Bean .___-______ .17
'h for the present. bette .in honor of,Mr. I .
street Payton's "
_
well Oil. gallon ... _._ .15
.. Both people are known -
here and young.have a host of friends who birthday dinner anniversary.The was served. ; at'12 o'clock Grit, lb. .06 ,money at the rate of $10.00 a month.

finite in wishing: them a long: and hap and included every delicacy of the sea- Meat.Ib. _______________ .06 ,
py wedded life son. Head Rice'' _______________ .10 ... *

.Plates were laid for Mr.. and Mrs. Flour. lb.' ____-__:,.______ .07 Good investment isn't it? And a patriotic habit
.' I f KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S LUBl I.Wm.A. Payton and,and family daughters.Mr. and Misses Mrs. Vienna Sausage< _.__..______ .10
Payton besides for
single Thrift Stamp is little
The regular meeting of the Kissim- Laura, Fannie and Lena, Mr, and Potted Meat .05 every a
mee Woman's Club will be held at the Mrs. J, W. Butts and daughter, Miss Tall Salmon .18 added momentum behind the one great common
Hart Memorial Tuesday afternoon, Linnie, the hostess' father, C. B. Guthrie Sliced Pineapple __J_______ .24 I
March 12th,. at 3:30.: A very interesting Commissioner, all of Bedford' E. Ohio D, L., end Overstreetand Count'\ Grated Pineapple _______.._ .20 desire to shorten this war.
will be
though short program wife'of the Shingle Creek sect'on.I Seeded Raisins _____"',____- .15 .
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Poore Sheehan, will be read by I TWO. Sweet Pickles. 7 ox. _. ..14Walker' + 4 'ii
PRETTY PARTY
are for sale the '
Stamps
Miss Elizabeth Aultman as a part of | YEAR-OLDS Hot Tamale. at postoffice,

the This program.dramatization of' militarism, + Brown Beauty Bean in Gravy .15 by all mail carriers and at II
Katherine the two-year-old daughter
shows the condition of the country
of Col.! and Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan, COFFEE '
end teaches a lesson that rings true

to every patriotic heart.It of celebrated pretty porch her birthday party at Saturday the O'Bryan witha Pure Ground Coffee ____. .20 most..tOTe't:
that number
l selections is expected will be a rendered by one vocal home on Clyde avenue. Good Green Coffee ...___. .18 ,

of they winter residents here. This Lavish decorations of valentineswere Maxwell House ._.....___ .30
used in color of red /
'will be a real treat to lovers of music. a sceme and. Floyd' Hobby Coffee .35
green and hearts were given as favol's. i
The wee guests were accompanied Lipton' Yellow Label ..38Skinner' its'
't
THIS ADVERTISEMENT PAID FOR AND DONATED BY
RECEPTION FOR BENEFITY. by their mothers, who chatted
W. C. A. 'WAR FUND while,the little tots romped. Macaroni, .__ .10
Refreshments of ice cream, and Skinner' ,Spaghetti .10
On of the pleasantest events of the cakes were served with additional Ryzon Baking Powder .33 DOLLAR LIMIT STORE
entire season was the Tuesday afternoon sandwiches and tea for the ladies. 15 ox. Sliced Peaches, heavy "
Attending the party were DeRhete
tea at the beautiful home of
Mr. and' Mr. Claude Harper, on Alderman, Dorothy Katz, Betsy and Syrup..___-? -' .14
y 'Clyde avenue, for the benefit of the Caroyln Carson, Carson Farmer, Jr., No. 2 Whit Label Pea _. .20
Y. W. C. A. war fund. LaTrelle and Charles Granthan, Evelyn No. 2 Conora Pea _. .18 Just Received This Week a Big Line of White Shirts. "
Mrs. Harper, her mother, Mrs. W. Piano. Gay Jr. and Jack Livingston No. 2 Blue Ride Pea ____ .14 ,
B. Makinson and Mrs. H.,II. Harper Fredrick and Bob Gilbert, No. 2 Flat'Brand Peu______ .15 Prices (u
''Were hostesses and charmingly received India and Edith Lesley and Allen Wil $1.39, $1.50. 1.98 and $2.25. II
the guests who called duringthe liams. No. 2 Soaked Pea _. 4

receiving hours. EGGS FOR SETTING White Pumps, Low Heels, $1.50 and $2.75. High Heels, $1.50, 1.75 & $3.25.
The attractively
spacious rooms were 1
BIRTHDAY PARTY ,
decorated with quantities the of cutflowers T t TOTSA FOR LITTLE Genuine Barred Plymouth Rock See those French Voiles, 40-inch wide, fast colors, 29c yard.
yellow being predominating 15 EM. 51.50
color in the living room. In the
dining room roses were arranged i incan at the merry Hamilton birthday home party in Lake was Shore given I -GET OUR PRICES ON FEED- DOLLAR LIMIT STORE
artistic motif.
Here Mrs. S. H. Bullock and Mrs. addition'on Thursday of last week in I I II !
M. Katz presided at the dainty table honor of Charles Darling, the five-
y' and poured tea. They were assisted year-old The grandson of Mrs. Leask. MEDAL CONTEST. r C. W. PERSONS CO., Proprietor '
afternoon in the i
was nature ofa :
a Jby Misses Jo and Dot Makinson, .
France Tucker Marguerite White garden party, out-door games being
.and Violet Bullock,' who served enjoyed by the guests and afternoontea An int.ereitlng'medal' contest was *
V freshments. reV being served there. The birthday held at the Presbyterian church, on xl
Mrs.' Ray Broughton of Cold Water cake with its five candles was most Tuesday evening under the auspicesof 4
pleasing to the little people. the W. C. T. U and
Mich., who is the of her was largely
'guest Come
a The small host received a numberof attended by the relatives and friendsof
aunt, Mrs. Henry Harper, rendered a find
: j
l 'number of brilliant piano numbers pretty presents as a reminder of the small' speakers. The medal r
day
and the following selections the anniversary. Among those pres. was won by little Miss Carroll Mak-
tl sang : ent were Davenport Reed, Dorothy jnson, though all spoke remark the
Lak
Rose
f'Mighty Frank
a ( L. Bermuda
? ;33tanton) (. '. ,' Bullock, ''Rosemary, Pat and Colonel ably w lI. Miss Cecelia Overstreet .
? Evers, Gay Livingston Jr., Shirley Supt. of the medal department arranged ,
,
"Gray Day, ; (Archibald Sullivan); I i
", "That's an 'Irish Lullaby," (J. R. Vans ;Agnew Frankie. Smith and.,Master and directed the contest. I- :: ', I ] ;
Gillies. The follows ,
Sherman). I program :
"Unfit for a Kiss," Julia Led-
"
"My Rosary for You, (Amy better. <

Clark-"On the Road to I WILL ORGANIZE JUVENILE I "Nellie's Victory," Athalia Griffin. :
Mandalay, (Rud- PROBATION SYSTEM HERE tion
"The Wrecked
:yard Kipling). Express, Christine Red

'- <(!_"Somewhere A. Newton)a. Voice is Calling Rev. Crawford Jackson is in Kis- May.("The Orphan's iPrayer," ,Clara al,
simmee in Tucker.
the interest
of the Juvenile
Mrs.\
beautiful Broughton's and her music voice added is very Probation System which is designedto "A Tribute to the Stars and t I \ I
'& to the pleasure of the guests. largely co-operate with the courts in caring Stripes," Carroll Makinson. .*
.. Miss Inez Carson several for incorrigible youths. "The Watch on the Tower," Mar j I
gave vocal This is a state-wide movement anda garet Waring. I
the numbers and made a brief address meeting is in progress this morning "The Cities on the Plain," Jane at Mrs.
on of
subject the Y. W. C. A. work
to effect I
an organization and May.
The clear concise talk complete I
the was very interesting details of a local board. Song, "A Vote for Prohibition' ,"
speaker was warmly applauded Full particulars will be chorus. ing on ,
, as she concluded her remarks. week.. publishfdnext Temperance Yell. .
r Mrs. _Earle Lupfer gave' two read

+, 'with and Ings.Sne as her usual impersonations.is, a delighted genuine her entertainer hearers !r. DILL M'LAUGHLIN I I MUSIC, AND EXPRESSION T I t 1 I : .

j i About seventy-five guests attend John RECITAL. The
M. Dill and Mrs. Frances Mc- ;
ed this pleasant occasion will hold
those
; from
I cut of town were: Mrs. Henry Dorr Laughlin were united in marriage at : The pupils of 'the Music and Expression -
1 the home of Mr. and Mrs.' G. W.I
and her daughter, Mrs. Ray Brough Moore departments of the Osceola the I
Thursday
ton, of Cold Water, Mich., and Mrs. I Dr. evening at 9 o'clock, County schools Mrs. '
W. B. Witherspoon, pastor of the are giving a recital at
George of Grand will
1 Millen Rapids, Mich. :
'
Presbyterian church the school
auditorium
officiating. tonight. Par
> who: :
are visiting at the home of Mr. earnest
l i\\ and Mrs. Henry Harper. Mrs. Dill is a resident of the city. ents and friends of the pupils are invited cial ,
t,, The Mr. Dill,comes from Ohio to claim his to attend. The
amount of silver offering foe program is arranged ladies in
bride ;
and the happy couple will leave and directed '
r patriotic service was 1500., for by Miss Myrtilla At :
f their Ohio home in a few days. F. Beats and Miss Elizabeth Aultman. tended to //


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