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 15, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00846
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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SPECIAL ,MEETING. OF BOARD MASS MEETING TONIGHTA EX-GOV. FRANK HANLY AT .




: OF TRADE HELD FOR POTATO MASS MEETING.OF THE POTATO GROWERS AND BUSINESS BAPTIST CHURCH PLEADS' :


MEN WILL BE HELD AT THE COUNCIL CHAMBER, AT :7:30


GROWERS. TUESDAY'. NIGHTA O'CLOCK :TONIGHT TO ORGANIZE, A POTATO GROWERS ASSOCIATION FOR NATIONAL PROHIBITION.

AND TO DEVISE WAYS AND MEANS ,FOR GATHER.. "
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called meeting of the Board of could be secured daily through Wash ING AND MARKETING THE CROP. THIS IS MATTER' WHICH Ex-Governor J. FYank Hanly ad:. : Autocracy. knew better. It had plan
Trade was held at the council chamber ington at, comparatively small cost dressed a crowded house Sunday night / ned the destruction of democracy. It
on Tuesday evening to consider and he was appointed by President AFFECTS THE INTERESTS OF NOT ONLY THE GROWERS, BUT at the First Baptist church, speaking I will fail. The, destiny of man }J.
matters connected with the digging, Thomas to .take the matter up with In the Interests of National Prohibi Freedom. We have seen royalty
marketing and transportation of the the authorities, ascertain the cost of EVERY BUSINESS MAN IN KISSIMMEE. AND ALL SHOULD BE tion. stripped of fits splendor its em' .
Vflarge, potato 'crop which is being such, reports. and report ati the next He is a speaker of eloquence and perors' dethroned, and'tfielr power
1 grown in this :vicinity. meeting of the board.A PRESENT AND TAKE PART IN THE (PRGANIZATION. .. power and his address made a deep wane. We have seen autocracy in->
About twenty-five growers and rep- committee consisting' of C. A. impression on .his hearers. Russia die. Freedom speaks a universal -
resentative business men respondedto Carson. S. B. Aultman, A. R. Smith, Gov. Hanly said in part.. language..
the call, and the situation wa% thoroughly ' N. C. Bryan' and 'W. B. Hams was T "t ,'i ."There'are: two .great. theories of ,At last we knew this 'to'' be a war
gone into, and action taken appointed to urge upon the authorities government,.,the wend, autocracyand jhot between nations or peoples, but a
which it is hoped will be beneficial to now in charge of the railroads the democracy""One'holds the. government war between ideas-the. world was too I
'aU. need of more adequate and quicker RAILROADS URGED TO GIVE is a divine thing, coming small for both.
]. E. Lupfer called'attention to ther transportation for perishable cr ps.. from God, and given to a few, and We'ccepted the challenge-God
shortage barrels, stating 4here The board then went into the election that the. people belong to the government help 'us-we' could do no other.
werenow, about 3,600 barrels in town of officers for the ensuing year and such rights as they have President Wilson in a series of
I and that between 50,000 and 60,000 with the following' result: are given them by this divine great state papers that will live
would be needed to handle the crop. 1 I I For President, Roma Thomas, re- VEGETABLES RAPID. TRANSIT autocracy. The other. theory hole in the history of the human race .
He also thought some steps should betaken elected. that government cor es from the con has defined the purpose of democracy
now to procure sufficient labor For Vice President, W. B. Harris. sent of the governed, and only as they We went V> war reluctantly; but we
.f: r. f* tb:liirOebtitid paMctha crap. ,..;_,:ij- For"' Treasurer',etiowprd'.1CataTet: ';,; : '''''-''''''' "1....._ ..... .... :-;:;:". \ --' direct it,. will stay in It until democracy is safe,
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N. C. Bryan of the Waters & Car- elected. "" '''The''.hommllEeeBoard po'lii ."t-lVtti Co,:you" tl relative: of:the Bartow\.Board -'Ameriea' hA.'solved; the theory''of' ._<}<.vt er.cyt .son Grocery Co.,* said he .had ordered I For Secretary, Alex.RemingtonSmith. of Trade meeting Tuesday of Trade to-the prompt move constitutional, government, begun by freedom. ";.
but "to the ment' of vegetables. from this terri Jefferson vouchsafed We went.to the allies
20,000 barrels, owing night to take up with the railroad authorities by Washington, asking whatwe 'a
shortage was in doubt as to whetherhe The Board of Trade then adjourned, need of tory. elucidated by Lincoln, and secured by could do. They asked money and a
would get all of them. He saida and the meeting was called to order to the urgent quick 'Of course all vegetables are perishables Grant, and maintained until this time' credit, and we answered by a vote o
special potato crate was being manufactured consider the matter 'organizing. a transportation for perishable crops, and unless they can reach from enemies Without and within. of seven billions of'dollars, the
plenty of which would be potato growers' association. met at the office of C. A. Canon Wednesday the market fresh and sound they be. This was manifested when we wentto est, ever known ni history.
available and he was now investigat-, H. C. Stanford was elected temporary evening and adopted the following come''a total loss. The added expenseof war with Spain. That government Then came the cry from In'eati.
's' ing the practicability of its use Mr.t chairman and J. E. Lupfer circular letter a copy of which, production would make the loss held a theory hateful and impossible seas, "We must have men,"
Bryan suggested that a potato growers temporary secretary of the meeting. was promptly mailed to each of the ery J heavy, unless our productionscan to us, and with shot and shell answered' by making the mOlt revolutionary .
association be formed, which met A general' discussion followed, and it persons to whom it was addressed: leach the markets in a condition we' drove the yellow flag of autocracy adjustment ever known and
t with general aproval. was thought best to postpone permanent Kissimmee, Fla., March 14, 1318.! to bring a'good price. from the Western world, and, saveda by July we will have 1,500,000 'men
County Agent B. E. Evans said: he organization until more growers Hon. Wm. G. McAdoo, Directnr.Gen.' Wc| wish to urge you to do every hemisphere to democracy. on the fighting front.' is
thought if the growers would cooperate could be present, and tonight, (Fri. eral of Railroads. thing' possible to see that cars are furnished Three years ago autocracy engage Autocracy may not now sense Its
f they could. get some good man to day) yea fix.H .s th. time. 'T1- .....t. Hon. Herbert Hoover, Food Administi for prompt transportation, and! ed democracy in a world wide death significance, but will' when the war '
?: bring a crew of laborers here and ing will be held at the council cham- that these vegetables are rushed to struggle. Democracy could have surrendered is over; and freedom is secured to all _
camp on the ground- and gather the 1 bars at 7:8U and it la hoo a tinimber (I Senator Duncan U. Fletcher. I destination. but chose rather to die free mankind. Tomorrow there will be but ?
t crop. He also suggested that market I of growers and business men S.mat"r Park. Trammell. Please advise if we may expect a than live slave. America remained .
reporta from all over .the country will be present. I I Hon. Herlert J. Drane, M. C. I really efficient and quick service for neutral, thinking we were secure. (Continued on Page. Eight)
Hun. Frank Clark, Mv C. our productions which are now beginning .
I lion. W. J. Sean, M. C. to move, and which in a few :
I Hon. Walter Kehoe, M. C, days will be moving in,a large volume. '

I'( KISSIMMEE WOMEN CALLED( I Gentlemen Washington' : D. C. C. A.Very Carson respectfuly, SOUTHPORT GROVE_AND FARM! .

V I At a regular meeting of the Kissimmee S. B. 'AultmanW.
Board of Trade, also the the Potato B. Hams .

TO ASSIST RED CROSS W'KHarold Growers Association of Kissim Alex. Remington-Smith COMPANY NEW CORPORATION ,

i meeFlorida appointed a committee, the undersigned to emphasize were X N. C. Bryan Committee., .. "c. ;

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R. Peat the young Can. ed ,for immediate ,use. They may be JUVENILE PROTECTIVE; ry7 ,,p, The Southport Grove and Farm cents per box, which is as cheap as
dian who wrote. the stirring war story"Private needed to save the, life of your son Company which has Incorporated with anyone could :'wish. .
Peat *"'\in husband, brother sweetheart, alldIf This grove has attracted special attention -
an Article on war $20,000 stock owns 'and operates the
not )yours then' some other wom the
of growers from fact thatIt i
conditions asks the question, "Whydo an's son. .ASSOCIATION"FORMEORev. well known J. M. Lee Southport trait, ,is not growing on hammock,'landas
the Wounded not die? We do not* The Kissimmee Red Cross has ful. one of: the most valuable pieces ofproperty are.most of the groves,of the state p
die because we-have >such- inftaite'' filled every requirement asked of the Crawfod"'J'"ackson;: general In this county,nof'fn the but OH ,the ridgeway': of J the lake, a'.a
faith and hope and trust. We do not organization thus far, but the ladiesin +
secretary, who was ,here lasts; weekto entire ..tate.n land rim, probably thrown up around m
die because we are firmly convincedof charge state that unless more organize Juvenile Protective Association ' the edge of the lake at a,time when
the infallibility of the Red Cross." workers volunteer for service it will to co-operate with the officers is a beautiful tract 'extending the waters were receding: to the 'present
,""* "I lay on the battle field after I I jb' impossible to make this amount ofdressings. of the law in correcting erring along' the south end of Lake Tohope- laved due to the canal drainage.
was wounded for fifty-two hours Anybody can help make youth, was fortunate in interesting I kaliga for a distance of .a mile and The remainder of the tract,is genuine
without dressing, without water andwithout these bandages. An apron, a thimble influential men in the movement who ; two hundred yards, and reaching' back muck land, much of it"is underlaid
food. Nothing was with me and a pair of scissors is all the equip. will take an active part in this wor. into the country, coveting. three with blue clay and its acres ..have
.i but God and hope. I knew that if ment necessary thy work-men who will take their hundred, acre area. The Southport: yielded wonderful crops.. Even in {
they found. me 1 would not die." I I The American boys are in the duties seriously and will use their influence canal divides it at about the center efghteen hundred and ninety odd. A.,
"One .side was totally paralyzed asa trenches I in France, fighting. for the and high standing in the community of the tract.Everybody. S. Kinsman grew a Wonderful ?cabbage -
result of' the explosive bullet which Safety of our homes. They feel absolutely for the uplifting of these in this part;,, of the state crop there and it I. .' matter of
hit me. For long I suffered torture confident that if they are young people whose surroundings'are has.heard of the Lee's grove and accounts history that be''sued the A. C. L.
with the weight of my knapsack wounded they will be given every often largely responsible for .their of its productiveness are often Canal and Okeechobee Company'and
pressing into the gaping hole below care. It is not possible that Kissim crimes. 'heard. At this season of the. year won a judgment of $40,000 for'failure ,
my right lung through which the bullet mee women will fail to make their The movement is state wide. In the trees are white with bloom givinga to transport the crop to market.
had exploded. At. last I chewed quota 'of these strips. of cloth that addition to the regular officers the promise of a record breaking yield. This, shows what has .been'grown on
through the strap of it, and at lengthtoo will be used to ease the pain racked organization will haVe a Big Brother This grove occupies the ridgeway this land.. ,Forty acres will be In cultivation .
I f was able with left hand, bodies of our wounded! soldiers. which extends the full
my who will endeavor to come in touch length of the on this splendid tract.(this
feeble though its movements were, to I More workers are needed at the with the wayward youth and when tract parallel with the lake shore. year and will raise corn., cane; velvet
loosen the string. of the emergency Red Cross headquarters at once. possible inspire him to better things: I This, is about three feet higher than beans and other forage crops. I ;dressing' with which every soldier's There are only two weeks in which to This officer is approved: by the boardof :,the land further back, and with a The flint variety of corn was planted .
tunic is equipped in a concealed pock. ;make 360 bandages. Every woman county commissioners then by the r good deal' of sand, in Its composition. and the blades :. are; showing h
.t. I was able M plug roughly and who can possibly do so must spend governor of the state. I The 'grOve covers sixty acres and is through the ground now. Enough .
only temporarily the bleeding' gash. I some time there. Nothing can be of The meeting' to organize the asso- l_ __ __ J divided between; oranges and grapefruit corn was grown on the place last yearto ..
What if the supply of emergency more importance than the folding of ciation was held at the'' high school 1ST LIEUT. WALTER R. LAWSONCo. having about, twenty-six varieties feed the stock the year round.
dressings had given out before reach. I{ these rolls which may be the means auditorium Thursday with an adjourned all told. There I.'a plot planted to cane perhaps
,Ing' me. I of 'saving one of our boys. The call session, on Friday when the K. 167th U. S. Infantry. When Mr. Lee was asked which variety one and one-half acres in all.
"If all the Red Cross workers who has come for patriotic service and it following officers 'were named: .preferred. he replied: "If I This,Was put in in December and has
could handle surgical dressings could remains for' the women to determine A. S. Nelson, president.J. Walter R. Lawson, a Kissimee boy should select one variety as better madeonderful< growth. It stands
realize even to half the. extent the importance whether they are'.lackers and fail to McPhatter, vicepresident.James now in France, is the son of F. H. than the rest it would be the pineapple two and a half feet high. Mr. Lee
the'' vital importance, of make the full quota allotted this cityor Mi Willson, Jr., secretary. Lawson of this city. Walter left here orange. It is a handsome fruit, Intends installing a mill to manufac
c." their work; there would be three woo if they will aid the faithful by treasurer. six! years ago, went to Birminghom, medium size with a blood red center. ture : .
,.- men to each job where there is only making at least one roll each week. Prof. R. M. Evans, Big Brother. Ala., and engaged in tho automobile Iii Is a fine shipper, too, 'which recommends Mr.syrup.Lee is a large sj property: owner a r
one now." Three hundred and, sixty women G. P. Garrett, attorney for the as business, where he built up a paying it to growers.,, but has always taken a Justifiable
The/ Kissimmee local Red Cross hu should volunteer for service and makeone sociation. and prosperous business. When the. When asked how, the grove! was in this piece of
r pride property sand
' received a call asking that 360 five- roll each. weekHhis month. Beginning Prof. Evans demurred at accepting trouble broke out in Mexico he enlisted cultivated, Mr. Lee replied: We usea has Improved it with. / six artesian
yard rolls be made before the first of next week the surgical dress so responsible an office in the organization with the National Guard and was mowing machine and a hoe. The wells, o afford Irrigation if it should
April. These bandages are used in ings'rooms will be' opened every dayif as his time is practically taken commissioned as second lieutenant of grass between the rows is never disturbed become necessary. There are fiva
caring for abdominal wounds. The the women will come in sufficient it Co. K, 'which was mobilized at Mont hasn't been in the '
up, with his school duties: but was .a plow grove tenant houses in addition to the residence
call is imperatiive. They may be need. numbers to carry on the work gomery, Ala., end sent to the border in nine
__ the consensus of opinion of all present After eight or years. We have the for the superintendent of, the
that he was eminently the man station at Nogales, Arizona. trees hoed around." I plate,, and three big barns and sta
t't'KISSIMMEE from the. judges they began to "put for tho place and he reluctantly con' the Mexican trouble was over Co.and K. Mr. Lee is a great believer In keep-', bles, the largest capable of storing
back-
BOYS out. They. displayed some excellent rented when it was promised that a was ordered to Montgomery Ing the groves sprayed and has the forty tons of hay. 4
held in service. He then joined the
marching, doing band left and then strong committee would be named to trees well gone over every spring, I The company just organized will
assist him. This committee will Include Regular U. S. Army, wee sent to trough this section has been
have
counter marching. They halted and never i Mr. Lee for its president; Mrs.
IN WINNING BAND continued to play for three minutes Dr. W. B. Witherspoon, JamesM. Long Island at Camp L. Mills and bothered with whitefly. The fertilizer. Roy Starbird. vice-president Milton
w: facing the judges. Willson, Jr., and Sam Lupfer, Jr. from there ordered to Prance. After is usually applied twice a year, in the Pledger' secretary-treasurer and Mrs.
"Each band came up-in-turn After Miss Elizabeth-Aultman will assist in reaching France ,he' was promoted'made.to spring, about March, and again, in November Starbird and Mr. Pledger as the di
and also '
lieutenant
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the last counciling the girls.It : -
notes were sounded and all rectors. 1
Kissimmee is constantly, in receiptof had had a fair chance to show a winning i was thought that the negroes censor reader for a large nvlmber of Nothing could be more convenientthan The company will continue' the. industries .
evidence that her soldier men. Later news is that he has been
boys are might be influenced by this system the facilities for this
organization the #judges retiredfor shipping now in operation on the tract
making good in any line of military a consultation. With great suspense -' and Marie Woodard (colored) was sent to an aviation post'to take les- tract, with the placid waters of the I even on a more extensive scale. ,They
service where they have enlisted.. We the different bands waited for named to represent them. sons in flying. His' course was to be lake lapping more than a mile of its will likely build a silo to care for the ,
now learn that the 124th Infantry the verdict; some of the contestants At St. Cloud a separate organization Completed on the 15th of February, boundary. Capt. Clay Johnson's steam feed grown and raise cattle and hogs,
and when last heard from his fam-
Wheeler has earned by
# Band at Camp gasping for breath while others were was effected to carry on this work boatsdeliver the fruit at Kissimmee should tJ1 ,need of greater food
of the best bandin ily he was flying one or two a production
the distinction being trips
Kenansville Wallace ,
overcome with wonder, as the judges but at Phillipswas and return empties at a price of 5 continue.
the Dixie Division, and it is no asked to a fellow day.DOUBLE. ----------- - - - - ..
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small gratification to the people here 124th Infantry as the' 'guilty winner ber' or-the committee here, representing -
;', to know that at least three of our / his community.. a mile and a half running from the
boys-Earl Morrow, Ward Estey and "The 124th Infantry is the old Sec- To provide a small fund 'to cover CROSSED TO OLD GUNS DUG UP main land out into the lake. ,\
Harper Casler-aro members of that; ond Florida Band and spent several the cost of incidentals,. a motion was One oL. the guns found had a name
organization. months on the. border. They recently passed that. every.member pay $1 into engraved upon it which Mr. Stratton ..
+ ; An interesting account is given in secured several members from the the treasury. This was passed and BE BENEFIT SHOW BY PROSPECTORS failed to remember.
one of their local papers of the recent University of Florida. Dr. Jackson added $5 from the gen .
i contest between regimental bands "Leader A. L. Miller deserves lots eral fund to this amount. BUTTER AND CHEESE DEMON.
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staged at Camp Wheeler February 22 of credit, for he is ,a hard worker, and Judge T. M. Murphy, who is also :The committee appointed to look J. Stratton, who Is farming tn STRATION BY STATE AGENT
', '"ton 1 the parade grounds as follows: is an old timer at the game. lie comes judge of the Juvenile Court, in speaking after the sale of tickets for the mov- the Okeechobee section this season, .
"At first it was thought that it from Delray, Fla. This band has furnished of the assocaition said: "I think it ing pictures April 22, when the Kis was In, Kissimmee Wednesday and in A demonstration. butter
would have to be postponed on account music for several entertain is a ,splendid work. The wayward simmee Woman's Club will receive conversation with of making
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of weather conditions, but later ments." boys and girls should not be broughtinto one-half of the admission price for "' representative and cottage cheeso will be "iven in
'' ,'; was decided to fight it out.% For court except as a last resort. At their Victory. War Commission work, the,Gazette told of an interesting discovery the Stanford building on Stewart ave.
months the rivalry has been growing NEW CITY EXECUTIVE present there is' no provision for the are Mrs. J. Z.Roberson, Mrs. A. W. made by a party who were nue, Wednesday, March 20.
more noticeable so the officers in COMMITTEE ORGANIZEDThe transgressors other than the reform Bailey, Mrs. J. T. Burkhalter, Mrs. prospecting for rock at the mouth of :
charge decided to/ let them have''it out. school at Marianna. The law provides W. J. Fripp and Mrs. II. W. Morrow. Miss May Morse, State Dairy Specialist -
the St. canal l:
Three colonels acted as judges. With that a detention school be builtIn Pauline Frederick will be featured j.uCie of Tallahassee will'conduct the
musical ears and watchful eyes these newly elected City Executive each county or : mal, counties. in "Double Crossed." Special :Interest In digging down, Mr. Stratton says, i demonstration, assisted by Miss "Al-
experts perused each movement. They Committe met Saturday morning in That point, however, has not been centers around this picture as a they unearthed five! guns and a sword. bina Smith, the county agent.
were all on' their "Mp toos" and were the office of C. A, Canon and effected reached and until such tine comes number of the Kissimmee. people are The! guns were ,of the 'flint-and-steel better butter" is :Ire
"More and
to it over the other. The when be made the with this famous M
trying put the betterprovision. personally acquainted and
organization, naming IL M. variety of them
had Dec.
drum majors drew numbers for their more jnfluence exerted over this class. 4novie star, whose father, the one 25, slogan of the department Miss Morse ?
s turn 'to play. First came the 124tH Katz chairman and Alan MacDonough of citizens, the better." late Andrew Johnson, was a residentof 1837 engraved on it; and another one represents and interest Is increasing -
Infantry Band, which marched up and secretary; The other members of the Regular meeting of the associationwill the city' for a number of years. 1822- They.also' found a foot 'causeway in this work all over the state- Thisis
1, .took its place at the line in which committee are C. A. Carson., Z. Bass be held on the first' Monday af The picture 'Will be shown '&.' the built Of poles that was about two emergency work and a large audience .- #

they were to start and at the word and Milton Pledger.. ter the 10th ,of every month. Graystone Casino April 6th.._ feet under ground and extended about, is.urged. f .'

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For Little Folks BARTON LAKE KISSIMMEE PARK ,-e-----r;; .: -,-,,, -' :- r- \
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Milder Illswhen This little community is neither The news items of our' beautiful i if .., .' SO MUCH
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dead nor sleeping but is on a great peninsula .have long since submerged I "'".;_ :/. ; ,
"whoop" and has been for the last from the pages of journalism, but PURE -
the food disagrees the play two months. All of the children 'and have recently risen, and our periscope ,1 I MEATIN
has been too strenuous or the dreaded some of the "grown ups" have whoop. 'may frequently be seen plying amid ;' .,, I SIGHT.1!
colds are taking hold-the housewifeof ing cough at least they thought they the 'armpr-clads again.A I ,, .'.. ,
experience' a tried remedy at were grown till the whooping cough combination of citrus groves .", 0(; .' '

4,7 hand. It has proved her helper for got them. Now they are wondering peach orchards truck patches stock .....'.
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if they will its value. ups" or sports as bathing, : \
and she knows \ xL'
many years, they will look like anything when theyare fishing boating, etc., have a tendencyto ,1..:, : /; '.''
Peruna Tqblets Are A grown. make Kissimmee Park the attraction JtIf\' .. :.I
The farmers are putting out "Hoov of homeseekers'and. pleasure- .BELIEVE ME, YOU'DBE
Quick Aid er" gardens and other crops and if seekers alike. ;:: j I.
I Mr. Hoover or any other man can tell An hour's ride from Kissimmee, by ,. ''t- HUNGRY TOO
They regulate the disturbed: digestion us how to raise vegetables and field water or over land, brings you withinan '" ,.. if worked.tn this shop. We're
free the overloaded stomach, crcps without rain or irrigation we atmosphere which .weloomes you. .h : you of
tempting
the cold.'remove'' the catarrhal conditions and rebuild -, would appreciate it'very much as we Repairs' the dock will begin im- ;. selling the most array
overcome need moisture than meats that ever found their way
more most any- mediately and will furnish better con- ,. .
the :'strength."Peruna .. .. thing Just now, venience for the several picnics which .. In or out of a modem market.

James Smith is making preparations occur here. ,, Come in and make your selection.You .
Is A Reliable Family Remedy to irrigate his orange grove Mr. D., H. Riggan of St Cl ud is will be waited upo'n.promptly'
which has a fine crop; of. oranges on beautifying;his home here land is' DR. A. C. BANE (
and politely. Or you can phone
1 it.
planting an extensive His
It has proved that in innumerable O. C. McLean and son, Archie, are son, Harvey. !is supervising acreage. work. WHAT "THEY SAY" 'OF HIM your order.'

households! from Maine to California still ,shipping cross-ties.' Messrs. Reep and Lupfer were here Dr A. C. Bayne of California is -
arid foreign. countries. It A,' J. Lane had the misfortune Ito this week admiring their 25cre potato universally regarded as an orator of i
is the chief reliance in the American lose his1 fine brown Jersey cow last: patch. . the first magnitude.-Rochester (N. ('
home for all catarrhal troubleand { ' 1 t week "Old Brownie" will be greatly The recent wind storm 'did much Y..) Union City Market
wherever a' toni:< is needed in. con- missed for she has been a familiar damage -to the peach crop and also -' ,
val tf'nce and as a preventive object to every man, woman and child to our mail service, although accord- Dr. .A. .C.' Bane is a distinguished
In tablet form it is everreadyto- around Barton Lake for the past five .ing to recent, observations we will speaker who 'is considered one of the
take a real life insurance., If you years. ( have an., average crop of both if no best orators on the Prohibition plat-
haven't used .it in this form, get a box We ,have been having some very I. further menace occur -. form.-Utlca (N. Y.) Tribune. I
today. pleasant neighborhood socials l lately Many here are preparing to l leave ---- NEW WINDLE
COMPANY On Saturday night, Feb. '::16t.h. the I. their winter cottages until the heat- California has produced some great .
TKX PERUNA, neighbors and members of the Sunday Jesl'days remind them again of the men and speakers; she produced a j
c.a-: ....ow. school were entertained at the homeof enchantments of Florida..SHINGLE man by the name of Adam. Clarke HOTEL
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lane. Saturday Bane who has achieved: remarkable
night Feb. 23, Mr. and Mrs. James success Upon the American platform.

-, .!.t ."t !" ,, ,. ,t !:c' .... O'O_' ! oOO O.to-U'O'O' .o. !and Smith instrumental entertained games with music contests vocal and GREEK --Tampa ("{Ia.) Tribune.: Jacksonville, Florida

.. refreihnienla"'*"Last' Sat rday'night! ; .. ., ;.",.. .i. ". ., +Dr.'AfC.' Band-1 U 1r..m..n.olit.h. ratv, 'j";"Complete;* Model'nITSereen'ed- c' ,
March 9, we were nil invited to the ;:
D.C.WagnerIDsvranceAency2nd est eloquence, and an orator of the '
,, .home of Mr. and Mrs. Wash Tyson We. are very busy putting spring first magnitude. He has been very Outside Rooms. In heart of

to a social given in honor of Mrs. Ty crops.C. A. Garrett made business, effective in pulpit, on platform and City. Convenient to everything.Send .
Floor Citizens Bank Bid,., Phone No. 30. : son's brother Homer Tindall of Camp Kissimmee Wednesday.Rev. a tripto through his writings in behalf of Pro for booklet.
Wheeler who was home on a five Branscom is here hibition. He is one of the best men on
In Osceola Co. days' visit. There was a large crowd George tlhe Anti-Saloon League speaking Windle If. Smith Prop.
i The Leading General Insurance Agency looking after his property at present.Mr.
present to enjoy the music and games, and Mrs. Payton and son and : .tatr.-The Florida Advocate. -

.) WE REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK, HART- sation.contests, Miss Bertie and social Tindall conver and father visited E, L. D.> Overstreet Dr. Bane will speak at the Metho- ATLANTIC HOTELJacuoDnUe'
Tuesday night.
FORD, AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE Lydia Lane served refreshments of Grady Cromartie left Monday for dist church in Kissimmee next Sun-
; COMPANIES} ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.. cake and fruit punch. Sarasota where he will be 'employedin day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Seats Florida
AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. McLean enjoyed the packing house. free. Hear him. CI.O"K TO K, I"'TIII I ICOT. >u
a pleasant visit from their II.,. )! .... I Hlork tress
LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, 'AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO.. very We are glad to know that Mrs. Ar- .d <>
BURGLARY PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive son' Lee last week. thur Bronson is improving from a To Cur a Cold In One Day Postglr..
We were all glad to see our soldier very bad spell of sickness. T.k.UUC ATTVB BKOMO Qulaln. It(tot*the Hot and cold running water In: rvtrf
boys again. Couch and H_.....* and work. oB tbe Cold room: All outside and screened. Hnora
r Insurance Miss Myrtle Barber of Union Cen- OLD KISSIMMEE RESIDENT 'Druggist refund money If it fftiui to cur*. and Imth 11.00. to II fio. 2 people. ".60
ter spent the week-end with. Miss GIVEN UP BY PHYSICIANS"Given B. W. Ganva'.la.atutt' oo each box. Joe. to $Z 60. K. .'rank'oar".. Prop.

ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. Edith McLean and attended Sunday --- -

: IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION school here Sunday. ,, up five doctors 'my only
AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION. Miss Edna Canada our schoolteacher hope an operation. I rebelled on cutting .
is planning a literary pro me open as I am 75 years: old.
a gram and a picnic at the close of the A neighbor advised trying Mayr's Strengthen America.
school which will be 'announced later. Wonderful Remedy for my stomach
... .... .... ... ..... ....... .. ... ...... .. .. .. .. ... trouble. I got relief right nway. .I .
had not eaten for ten days end was as
ORANGE CENTER yellow as a gold piece. I could have
{ gefor'Fre
: | Cold r h Meats lived 'only a few days but for this
What Will
F medicine. It is 'simple, harmless Happento
Mrs. Eel Morrey and daughter Miss preparation that removes the catarrhal -
Eggs, Vegetables, Etc. Jessie,* spent last week here visiting- mocus from the Intestinal tract
friends. and allays the inflammation which the Farmer when
STORAGE RATES ON MEATS: Misses Leona Bronson and Vera causes practically all stomach, liver
Burnam were shopper's in Kissimmee! and intestinal ailments including ap-
Qvarter of Beet _._.____Vie Ib.Wkofe Meat Uft IB Storage ail on Monday. pendlcities. One dose will convinceor '

Hoft -_l/ac,1 cat a* seed _____.... tc 0 b. Patrick Devine of Orlandowas the money refundedLc'C4BOABETS" Prohibition Prevails?
guest of' Alfred Gaehler and family.

Curing Pork ready-for smoking 1 l-2c. per pound on Miss Thursday.Ada Maddux spent a pleas- : WORKWHILE Farmer will be "hard hit"when Prohibition; prevails-the liquor

Curing and Smoking, 2c per pound. ant afternoon on Tuesday with the YOU SLEEP!: men are insisting.. /
Misses Nona and Lillie Bronson. r
Messrs. Lester Flint Ivan Roberts Let's review a few broad facts ai to what will happen to

Bring ua your Log the day. they are killed. We will do Ivon and Gordon Maddux. enjoyed a For' Sick KUadach. SOUP Stomach, the farmer when the booze business it destroyed1There .
fishing trip one day the past week. Sluggish Liver and Bfrwcla
V., I thereat. .. Elja. Rigney of Apopka has been Take Caacareta tonight. '. !;, i are,1 10,000.000 farmer in'the United States. Their product -
,
{ ) spending a few days with his parents II worth $ OO.OOO.OOOthat<> is. $1,000 for each farmer.

'K.ISSIMMfl: ICE(: & COLD STORAGE: .co. Center.Mr. and Mrs. J. Rigney at Orange Tarred" : Tongue, Bad Tart, Isidigwtlon .,.< Jiquornen' : ; : ;
Misses 'Annie and Hattie Christmas Sallow Skin and Miserable llcadaohM i' 1M purchase,,from the farmer* :layout $100,000,000

... i..i. ... .... ..... ......... accompanied by Essie Rigney; were .come from a torpid liver and. worth of their"'product-that It';' just about' $10. for r\nh'fanner.' .
clogged bowels which
_____ Sundayevening\ iruests at the homeof cause your stomach
Mrs.. Richard Bronson.A U u u to become filled with undigested Prices of food products vary greatly-but, in general, it may
iassl party of young people'consisting food, which sours and ferments like gasbags fairly be said that the liquor men purchase about one per cent
of Misses Leona and LilHe'* Bronson in a swill barrel. That's the first of the farmers product-and according. to recent statistics
Vera and Adelle Burnam step to untold misery-indigestion, foul
spent a very
merry afternoon boat riding Sunday. gases, bad breath, yellow akin mental this one per cent amounts to $10.

Osceola Hardware Co. Mrs. Henry Marehetti. who, has fears, everything that is horrible andBautlng' Now then-what will happen to the farmer when the liquormen
been the guest of her sister Mrs. -Alfred doastipated A Oascaret to-nlght will no longer purchase each.year $10 worth of his product?
Gaehler the past few weeks expects give your bowel a thorough
e to return north'In the near fu- cleansing and straighten you out by Well-let's} consider an other item. t

b Located on Kissimmee's ture.Miss morning. They work while you'a1eep-- There are 100.000.000 people in the United States. The
Mildred Anderson spent the 10-cent box from your druggist will
.BUSIEST. CORNER week-end in Orlando the guest of keep you feeling -good for Booth*. liquor men purchase $100.000.000 worth of the farmers'pro-
her friend Miss Jean Thomas. While duct-that is, just about one dollar's worth for each personin
there she attended the Orlando Musical the country. -
ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Festival and also the Teachers' '
|| Everybody knows the food reputation of the Alfred Meal a potteries Institute.A SPECIAL REPORT. If each person were to increase his expenditure for apples,
number of the Orange Center peaches cherries, grain or any other product of the farmer,
La EAgftad. We have just received aa invoice of their "Lerwiilt" school children are quite enthused
National Stock Yards Illinois, '
i about helping "Uncle Sam" win the by just the price of a two-cent postage stamp per week, the }
i"'l patter* "'e.. They arc *ow .* our shelves and are very attractive. war and they are saving all their March 5, 1918. farmer would sell to all the people as much as he now sellsto

!. fact dif ereat /.. anything we've offered before. pennies to buy War Savings Stamps TODAY'S RECEIPTS: Cattle 3500, ..the liquor men.
r On the
Wednesday pupils of the
Orange center-school will. take a day Hogs 7500 Sheep 650. And with the better standards of living for all, people after

I It is quit difficult to get order .filled for gray enameled ware, off from their regular studies and do CATTLE the booze business is abolished can there be any doubt (hit
their "bit" for the : This trade has been
by
government each person's purchasing power will be increased two cents
I bat we've just gotten. in a lot I aad it will pay our patrons to look it over. helping their teacher, Miss Anderson fairly even thus far this week showing week>
make reports of all of the fal'ms.In. ,no radical variances of any char. per
theirdivision.This after though has tended towards a What will happen to the farmer after the liquor business is
We wish to remind the autoists and all owner of engines that w. section of the country was visited stronger level than at; the low point abolished) ;
the week. 'Last week's
previous sharp
by a heavy rain on Sunday ev-
J handle a fine line of lubricating oils, both light and heavy. ening. Farmers all seem busy and price all break varieties of 50 of to 75 cattle cents per cwt. Nothing! He'Jl buy just as many: automobiles, just as !much
on exerted a
gardens are looking fine. Irish potas-
improved machinery, just magazines and all
as
toes are looking well and! from appearances considerable_influence upon the move many other
We are not J boosting>> the heating stove trade just now, but are enthusiastic at the present time, looks ment this week and as a result lighter things/ which, are enriching, the 'lives of f the farmer and his
like the yield will be good. marketing has been marked by activity family. '
: ,over the excellent line of cook stoves that we carry. Call in at the prices.
I'' HOGS: The trade opened active Andthe, farmer isn't worrying about Prohibition in the IcasL He's
I and let us talk it over together. THE RED CROSS NURSES OF EUROPE and 5 to 10 higher than
cents yester helping it along in every way that ,he can. The white spaces on Prohibition
ARE GIVING TOASTED day's best time with an extreme top it1 I
Never let it escape your memory that. we handle a large supplyof CIGARETTES TO THE BOYS of $17.25. During the 'forenoon .best maps prove
Shades hogs, 160 to ?40 Ibs. sold from $17.10 If believe that the
Furniture Window etc. traffic in Alcohol docs
Rugs, I l 1 to $17.25; heavier hogs, 250 Ibs. upwards you
To anyone who doesn't know of the at $16.80 to $17.10; pigs 120 to more harm than good-help stop it!
t wonderful advances that have been made 140 )Ibs., $16.50 to $17; 110 to 120 Ibs.
10 the $16 to $16.50; lighter pigs $12 to $16
: of smoking tobaccosin
preparation
THRIFT STAMPS the last few years it may sound strange with the rough forenoon hogs at market$15.75 the to $16.advancewas After Strengthen America Campaign L4o
to speak of toasted
cigarettes.
lost due to the fact that the big
,y Wheatless day i i. this It may be wheatless or meatless, but don't Strictly speaking we should say cigarettes packers refused to follow the advance (This advertisement was prepared by Charles Stelzle
T'-- : made of toasted tobacco; the smokers buying a few rough .hogs and then and furnished us by N. C. Bryan.)
let it be thriftless. War Savings Stamps.GASHUM .
Bay
1 of this country will recognize it more took the balance of the swine in line
1' readily by its trade name "LUCKY with yesterday's market but quite a
STRIKE"-the toasted cigarette. few late arrivals were I left: unsold.
Good hogs are selling closely together
& SUSETTE The American Tobacco Company are but the kind weighing Very 150 to- ** "C"fr*<"e">*"W"W"><"e'< fr<"e 8 +H+'...o+'r y444?04660Wanted

producing millions of these toasted ciga-" i 240 "This is meatiest day with our family. 'I'lee.I said Gashum the refka and these we being bought in SHEEP: The supply continues

enormous quantities through the various and the market firm. .
, other day at dinner. meager very : <)
tobacco funds conducted by the newspapers Good to choice lambs $17 to $17.40
"Well, not exactly" said Susette. "for Fido bit a tramp this of the country and forwarded medium to good $16.50 to $17; fat

: morning. He don't,seem to care a cent what Hoover says." through in France the Red Cross Society to the boy sheep$10.50$12.25 and'canners to $13; $6 choppers to $7. Goats$9.50to To buy Steers one year old and up. Price i :

I,4-. This new process of treating tobacco $8 to $l0, and kids $11 to $13. according to age and size., Will pay spot :

Watch this space next week for more about Gashum and not only Improve the flavor of the tobacco NATIONAL LIVE STOCK COMMIS-. cash. *
j Susette. : but It seals in this flavor and makes SION COMPANY. -
l ?.\ the cigarettes keep better.I BASS & PHILLIPS ;

a; The Red Cross nurse Is always glad to Drive Out Malaria Builds Up System I
have a cigarette for the wounded aoldter. na Old Ira.d.rdpe.ersl TONIC.f:.:; foaI.oaov's k!. A. F. Bus Bayer. Kissimmee &: SL Cloud 10I (
; : :
" iGet Your Job P.-tis::: :; From the Valley Gazette all, In most instances- that, Is the" first ...IarI..Drichhtla.TA.TBLBea blood..Dd chili build.ilt. m one Sao -
thing eked fgc. ..... A_a toDic. J>or a4.1ta tad cfc
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, MARCH IS, 1918 THREI
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,I Urn Sincere. Stop Calomel! '!;1 RUMINATIONS' .OF REXReports I .Nearly Every Disease Can


1 from various parts of .the A paragraph in the Weekly News
Guarantee, Dodson's Liver county indicate that our farmers and Letter published in Washington under Be Traced to Constipation
: stockmen are in good heart over the authority of the U. S. Agricultural
lt future prospects. If we have a'sea department reads as follows: The department
j Xoslen to, mel (!Calomel sickens and ; sonable month Osceola will be well up through its extension and
you may
in the feed line. publication activities is encouragingthe
k1ay'%iV7ork.a If bilious, constipated '. ; There are people, and many of greater use of Irish potatoes as a r7
them, in Kissirinmee who fail to have partial substitute for wheat in bread-'
iheadadiy'read my. guarantee the least idea of what a beautiful city making. DR: CALDWELL'S ,;
they live in. Very.many of our flower Sheep have not received the care
I gardens are beautiful to look upon and attention that their importance
Every druggist in townyourtruJ1lI.'lst costs but a few cents, : and in addition to their beauty.we can demands. Almost anyone could keepa 'PEPSIN
; and everybody's druggistI to give relief in find something growing therein to few sheep, and if all that can would
easy j feed the hungry. Very many of those make the effort the supply of wool .
I noticed a great falling-off in the liver sluggishness i and
: i
The LaxativeQuickly
who are producing in'this city for !] be increased to a Pcrject
crops
(ale of calomel. The> nil /give the you have only to ask for I could if they would furnish the water very considerable extent. 4
[Mme reason. Dodeon's'Lher Tone back.Dodson's : necessary to nourish their crops at avery If we all could properly appreciate
Its taking its place. Liver Tone light expense and thus avoid the the necessities that this war creates Disorder of'the! a
P* "Calomel 1 is dangerous and people tasting, purely ('!' harm that dry weather is apt to cre- and' recognize the individual responsibility -: Corrects any
[know it, while Dodson's Liver Tone harmless to both children ate. It is not a difficult matter to for the good and welfare, of Intestinal Tract Relieves the Conges- "
lit perfectly safe and given better re-' Take a spoonful at secure a free flow of water, in this our country 'and what a little' from ;
I ftulta," !said a prominent local drugjrist / -Aip feeling fine; no city and vicinity. Very many of. our each one creates and do that little f gestion and Restores Normal Conditions -
4., Dodson'a Liver Tone i is per- headache, acid stomach ordinary pumps prove this fact by with a hearty good will, we would be
'. .onally guaranteed by' drntrkfiet -: pated howrls. It doe emitting a continuous though light astonished to'sea.what so many small Is Gentle in Action and "Does '
of large flow of water. This could be. very things when 'massed together create.
: l who eells it. A bottle the next like
day
\ easily increased and by the use of a Remember the vast Pacific and Atlan- Not Gripe. Sold by Druggists Every- '
I aifJ : short hose an irrigation plant is es. tic oceans are made up of numberless
tablished. The numerous flowing drops of water pressed together into where-50 'cents and $1.00. .
c.. A. .President; N. C. BRY well-in the city prove this fact, and one body: Remember that if there . '. ,
the light additional expense that were given to the government one
' : I would be created would be more than cent for every man, woman and childin I II'
/The Waters &' repaid by the uses the. flows could be the United State's, it would amountto A1 trial bottle can be obtained, free of ',s.
put to.Our one million two hundred thousand ,, charge, by writing to Dr. VV.'B. Caldwell h
weekly visit to Mr. Joe Smith dollars which would be quite a nice 457 Washington St.JMonticelIo Illinois. '
found him in a weaker condition. Ills little slim to aid in furnishing'aup-
faithful wife waits on him as a mother plies for our arm. The liberality with ,
Grocery G22092)t would a sick child. There is something which the men of wealth have contributed -. p
beyond the ordinary about the towards the support of our government -
I Ij condition of affairs connected with is certainly encouraging and - .
: two men who were at one time part- shows the use we have for wealthy }
STATE POPLTRY AGENT
Subscribe for the Gazette,$2 yearly.
I
I ners in business-Messrs. Smith and men among us.
J. ,, ,..., ,co:': : Williams. These men., were in thekeneral. : Fish and game appear plentiful and VISITS KISSIMMEEWrMss '
!;\;; ;; .RetaU
1ijfi"'Whole..I. "
,
t and Dealen'in '''''''
__ ''
""" "-' / .'.good.-*dine.togethsr.at,Whitetier niany..,...of.t.ourffaroiles.jn? sections Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Day i"I
Both named Joe; each has a wife where they'are found have ninJtmrar'J": "'MI iMlFloyd|-(..Btat; ;.!poultry Vo r...... .l..UI..a..oaQ' I* fAXO"..._. "'... .. j
GROCERIES that can out-talk: a whirlwir.d, and ty" in"solving the food problem."Our agent, of Tallahassee, made Kissim- OINTMENT Blla : both' were' stricken with paralysis creeks and lakes abound in fish and nee 'and.the surrounding country a Tb.Ant,ppllcMloB| fin 1UM ud...U siw.. "
about the same time. our woods and fields are found to be brief visit this week. In company
John Drawdy still continues a partof well stocked with deer turkey and with the county agent, Miss Albina i',
Kissimmee. His lady appears well other game. Our people living on Smith, she called on members of the 'I'
pleased with their present location Bull and other creeks in the interiorof poultry clubs in this l vicinity. r. .:.
; 00 . 044ee' '. .0.0 . 44044000 . I and their boy, Nolan,' is enjoying himself our county are the most\ independent There are now in the neighborhoodof +
. -to his heart's content. Beau is people in the world. Some of twenty-five poultry 'raisers whohave t
WE SELL: 4 4 WE BUY: on the lookout for a location and we them have been drawn into the army joined the Osceola county club
0 0 should not be surprised if the location but their letters homd appear the and are improving their flocks and :
HAT 0 don't entice him away from St. I' most cheerful ones received.from the keeping: the records: of the cost' of pro- CO I .1:
'. HIDES Cloud. lie has some fine property in seat of war. One recently received duction. Many.of them are substitute OLD
,. ... GRAIN Whittier' which he would trade for from France written by a cousin of ing pure breeds for the general mixture f
: ,. .. FURS our city property. But there it is that young lady, expressed no regretat so often seen here.
j FERTILIZERS 0' C again; instead -of adopting the business being' in the army, but told how Miss Floyd urged the club members BONESRUBBER 41f
WOOL method of advertising,he simply' well pleased he was to see the bright to preserve eggs at; this 'time of t.he'year COPPER'.f'' ;
,+ SHINGLES C ; tells a few of his friends wl.it he sunshine after a few' days of bad when they are comparatively
AND would like to do. weather. He didn't appear to think cheap: in fact cheaper than they will TIRES BRASS I
/, + ORANGE BOXES. C CIt Recent reports from the crop of potatoes France was,a very bad place to live in. be again for some time. 'To encour- TUBES LEAD tROPE
ALL planted by J. B. Taylor seems The pastures about the city are age this conservation Miss Smith }
1 'ORANGE WRAPS, o . 4 4a to indicate that he will this year fully coming out in 'grand shape. The county agent, will give a demonstration SCRAP IRON |
COUNTRY' sustain his reputation as a farmer. horses and cows are living up to the showing the preservation of eggs "fl
VEGETABLE CRATES o . Some of his crops planted this year highest standard. The cows are rap- with water glass, at some early date. SEND rr TO us WE REMIT wroro .t
0 have been examined and the tubers idly improving, which will increase The time will be announced later. Write For Prkdist I :
t CRATE NAILS 4 have been found to be nearly as large the supply of milk and decrease the :I Miss Floyd left Monday'continuing. ,
M0 0 4 as hen's eggs. His1 opinion appears quantity 'of -feed required which will her tour of the state. \\PWIHSIHM HOAl C2
'4404044444004404 44 00 00 . to be that this year's crop will be give those who supply us with that J,
chance to A want ad. In the Valley Gazette oar C.BAV JACXSOMVILU.nA. .
better
than last. The liberal v.se of much needed commodity a
We sell Geld and garden seeds of all kinds. fertilizer has certainly shown to Ad- reduce the price.Everything' will rent! your spare rooms. ..wr
Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camp vantage. There need be no fears en- seems quiet in Hunt
tertained Paradise. Several results have
the er's
concerning aupply'ex- -
)I Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. .
ceeding the demand. The government been attained'but as no date has been .
We are county agent for Od fertilizers. Ak u* for *is doing everything to encour- given. for the next draft, hunters and
on fertilizer.. (U. S. Food Administration License No. ) i age the farmer who is raising them. dears have not been so hasty. The Stout Lumber'Co.
Democratic Rooster still shouts for
'! Old Gl ry.t He'wants the boys to give ..
:; those German bullies the scare of auooeaaone TO MAY-STOUT LVMMH 00.
their lives and when they return he'll DEALERS IN "
t I let 'them \have just as many of his .
I --q children and grandchildren as they Yellow PltiQ and Cypress,Lumber. Novelty j >
W. H. ARNOLD ALAN J. MacDONOUGHArnold wish. If they can afford to give their Works in Connection'* '1 t
OFFICE GROUND FLOOR lives for i their country fowldom can t
make a like sacrifice and they can en- .
CITIZENS BANK BUILDING .. joy chicken on their return with It U ear pleases to give ysa estimates at all tiles .
'.... fried from him. t
: \ \ out Coorteoo Attention aid Prompt oeU etJ..
Phone 312 ,. ,{ ;,c'.v', ij "f ',' We all regret to lose your good- '
,, ,,[',.,,"'+h I' J "',;':r'' hearted partner, but he's a Vana Agnew Phone 21. Kissimmeo; FI*._
P. 0. Box 413 \\ '. ,' ,. ,
\", .,,\...,..",\... .,..,'"" f., and they can calls be them found and at their Rex!: ......"................. ......................." .......
.. ., ,\ i' .' post when duty ..
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.. -- - --- --- - - -- '
can only say God speed you; Van; -------c-- :
I we know you will be faithful to duty;
let you be' wheresoever you may. '

l' & LEMONS' WHITEN AND tej'Bank i
! '-' BEAUTIFY THE' SKIN Sta

Make 4hls'beauty lotu'n cheaply for
i your face, neck arms and hands
of Kissimmee '
! At the cost of a small jar of ordi- 4,
nary cold cream one can prepare a
full qu rter pint of the most wonderful a
f MacDonoughREAL lemon skin softn'cr and complexion The of the world
beautifier, by squeezing the juice of eyes
two fresh lemons into -a bottle con- J
taining three ounces" of Orchard
I : White. Care should bo taken to.strain
the who '
"4 the juice through a fine cloth so no are on man
lemon pulp gets in, then this lotion. t
will keep fresh for months. Every iJ
knows that lemon juice is -
woman!
used to bleach and remove such blem- 4 4i
f ESTATEHAVE ishes &j freckles sallownesg and tan
r and is tho ideal skin softener, whitener -
)and purifier. SA VESi 5
.' Just try iti) 'Get three ounces of r
orchard white at any drug store and \
two lemons from the grocer and Makeup >
a qunrter pint of this sweetly frag- t
rant lemon lotion and massage it daily
WE THE LAND you want-any size into the face; neck, arms and hands. I
It is marvelous to smoo'hen rough, '

Farm from 5 to> 640 _acres or more-with or red hands.AI' PAUSE for a moment, young man,

NW BOOKS AT LIBRARY. a thought. to_,self. The _

without orange groves, land adapted to the growing The title of the new books just add- problems that confront ''now or'
you
,
ed to the Hart Memorial libraryare

CASTOR BEANS Truck Farms Farms : will a few hence.Look
,: The Woman Haters, Joseph Lin- years .
Lincoln
:' Cattle ranches Hog raising general farming Potato Thankful's Inheritance, Joseph about you-tk'e mea of affairs ia coaatry state, aatloa
Lincoln. yes, ia the world, are the _men who started to save early ia life.
Dabney Todd F. N. Wescott.
':i and Cabbage land, or virgin soil.. mond.The Second Violin, Grace Rich- They lane the respect cad ctnfidcace of the coauaoaity.

From the House Tops, George Barr Then look the other aicl--.I die fellows
on who spend all they
We have a number of bargains in city property .McC Harding tcheon. of Allenwood'; Harold make-they nay bars a food time for a while, bat what does their

Bendloss. persoaality reflect?
that wouldn't resist. The Million Dollar :Mystery, Her-
c you old McGrath. A dollar or so deposited ia this bank will be the

Call on us to show you. It costs you nothing) Make nucleus your of bepnnlnf aa honorable BOW-iadepeadeat today. Your career bankbook ;

will pave the way.

to let us prove that we have the land you are l looking Capital stockResources _________-._______, ___, ___ 100000.00 '

over......_______________________ 600,000.00
for in the place like :=and at prices _' & nrxaru s 1**
--- you -- you Cold,rain., winds, and dampness
Officers .
aid Directors
bring out the rheumatic aches. An :
of Sloan's Liniment brines
can pay application tauick relief. Norubbing. It penetrates. C. A. CARSON President M. KATZ and E. L LESLEY V-P.

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C.. A.'CARSON. H. FLEMING. E. L LESLEY, ,
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St. Cloud
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h M ........... ........aatl Tampa merchant: L. Liebovitz, NEWS AND NOTES OF .THE "WONDER CITY"

1' \.- aa..w, rierrehry has the distinction of being the first JAMES 'MILES, MANAGER y

__bt,b,wR .. ... ... ... lave II person in Florida to lose license to
cperate a business under the United

i :. ..... States Food Administration throughan
W.M"Nril' j' ,
New in Music the Swiss musicians.
tvrr.eg4. '. .._ _....:..._...._..110* order of Hon.) Braxton Beacham Thf England Society met by Tillis
i ,_..a.ryt'. *.* 'Nn..., 1OOtvnmtiWWMwttMts issued on' the 7th which G. A. R. hall Tuesday afternoon, j Selection on banjo by Hatton ,
(.s..' Cvl4 rllrw, ,)t.alaa, .._-_.____.. .1' license of Liebovitz., The suspendedthe defendant March 12, with a large attendance. |,the blind boy, aco.mpan1ed on bones by .
: "America." 'I Mr.I Sill and after singing "Star
: Opening song, Prayer by i ,
'. d'A ,tf.pt from ourawnrrrlv.a was charged without with having: sold Rev. Mr. Riggs. Minutes of last 'Spangled Banner adjourned till Sat -.
to
wheat flour conforming
-1f"oNj I.l i1'.ras.wr.adw.t... ......., must t> the! law as regards selling wheat substitutes meeting were, read and approved, also j'urday, March 16th. Keep WRIGLEVS In
yee+wa.lrenatna' ..III sot ... returned.tale of equal amount' that of treasurer's report read. Report readon Mr. Frank Crane; a prominent '
_. ,'.9M t'#., wheat flour, and also selling wheat demise of Rev. Mr. Dunlap, on res-, newspaperman of New York came mind as the lonaest- t
--- I i his wife who'' I is .
olution.. Friday to Join stayi
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11Nam.A i the r.vt.Mc. st Elnlmgrr.a flour at a ,price higher than that allowed .
r,41 aA a. rwvi.d-clapS tu.tt.r,) by the food administration. Picnic will 'be held on Wednesday, i'ing at the New St. Cloud hotel for the lasting confection you
March 20 at*the Partin the ,winter.- Mr. Crane will spend .two
Thf hearing was conducted at.Tampa, place on
and evidence in the case was submitted canal}, to leave the St. Cloud hotel 'atH j weeks{ in the Wonder City can buy. Send if to
h18eR 8 in autos Round 25 cents. j 1 Miss Eda L. Epple was calling tin'
+ by afford Jones, food administrator a. m. trip front.
the boys at the
of Hillsborough county. Lieb- The Drum Corps 'invited to go along. friends .in the west end'on Wednes-. ,
ovit was represented by an attorneyand Talk' by President Adams on the 'prea- day.- ,
despite the, fact that he'had writ- ent war; also poem. "The Blue and the j I.' Mr. Tilton Wilson, who has passed
II I ten 'a letter previous to the trial, that Gray." Remarks by Mr. Burch about a pleasant winter in our midst, left
I- I on Friday, for his home at Gary, Ind.
was'damaging to( his testimony, stoutly fraternity between the 'Yanks and '
pleaded not guilty. Several witnesses Johnnies. I Mr. Donald Mooney, who ''has been

:were introduced by ,thj food Talk by Mr. F. Wentworth about spending the past three months with y
i administration and their testimonyleft work in the shipyards; at present his, mother, Mrs. William Moore, left '

no doubt as to the.wilful guilt of very interesting. Tuesday for Bridgetown; 111. He was
,i TE pgjrSe the accused. I.iebpvitrwas ordered/ < :' Talk by Mrs. Knapp on ""The I.an- 'accompanied- as far as Kissimmee by. riI'W .

license and of of the : "Rhode Island his mother. .
t/o/ return his to dispose guage ,
t his stock under direction of the roun- Boy Sco\it", on the'' violin by Mr. Mf. and Mrs. F. C. O'Neil and Mrs. 4.

: MARCH ty food administrator of Hillsbor- Burch and on piano by Mrs. Barber Frank Loux of, Oklahoma City, Okla.,
I IS, 191S and for '''who' have been visiting their parents,
f ,ough\ county, who was given authorityto encore gave "The Progres-
David
extend such timeas was reasonably 6or." Reading, "Lament of Sister Mr.. and Mrs. Bluebaugh, left
beginsi l necessary to handle the stock ofgoods. Caroline," by Mr. F. P. Wentworth. last ,week for their home., They. were
The second selective draft accompanied as far as Jacksonvilleby
Lieboviti was known'throuR'h911t Reading by Mr.- Mason on Vermontand ;
fir,: March ::9th, ,_ Ilillsborough end neighboring its industries. Reading by Mrs. their mother :Mrs.>Bluebaugh. The
WarTimeEconom31
,\ p counties as "Cheap John. Some time Houston* Reading by Mrs.. Went others go to New Orleans and other .
;t, With a railroad and a canning factory ago the elder Liebovitz who was a worth. "Mrs. Casey's Neighbor." point of interest, before returning J L

1, Moore Haven should" ace prosperous joint' defendant in the casetransfer ] Closed by singing the "Star. Spaiiirled home.
;i times. I red the -business to his son's name Banner..jThe.Ladies." I Mrs. E. D. French of Ash n was [In Sweetmeatst -
.
' 0 li'1'' .' this transfer being made when the calmg o'n St. Cloud ,friends on Wed

S 't. n.bif.ijHt "'MM Q\t\: Ttfetttw::ttrait5: aww'n.t.4lIqr.t1f\ \ ; !ct., -. ,AI t(" ;!'I' He didn't com from Missouri, but he I the Bone being. of&I\\ e that mad 4'{ 'gale art'-en Wrta1'i h'i' f"'fff"'lt1f""Yffldi< II'.I1 i lf8r eUa;,lrgwry\ wants to be -shown just the same. who has been'staying Mn Tampa'and *t. .fonw '+ '
him liable for army service unless excused -, Tuesday evening entitled "The Kamly n'jX* KOOI'V'f-frS ; ]S =
I pt a o by business connections. Album.. A silver collection was ,St. Petersburg this winter, came in : will give you several* days' enjoy ,:!
<1 Buy thrift stamps with your spare I taken. Saturday to visit her friend Mrs. G.

tl change then spare more than your 17 STARS IN SERVICE FLAG Mrs. G. H. Clark spent Sunday with A, Bleech, starting for her northern : ment: It's an investment In benefit l .
change and buy more stamps, friends in Kissimmee. home Tuesday morning.
;\\i., spare 0 OF BARACA CLASSA 'J H. Ferguson; was a business vis- ,i! Mrs. Reed, who is spending the winter ,: ? as well as pleasure for It helps -I

f1 The Sammies appear to be givinga beautiful "service, flag was presented < jtor at Kissimmee on Wednesday. ', in our city has returned from a
trip to Tampa, St. Petersburg and teeth breath appetite digestion.
good account of themselves some to the Baraca Class of the Mr. and :Mrs. John Daniels of. Ros- Pass-a-Grille. ,

where in France but that is just whatwe Methodist Sunday school Wednesday lindale, Boston Mass., Mr. Milton
i I :Mrs. Van Duser and Mrs. Derby r I IC
expected of them. night by Mrs D. G. Wagner, teacher Page of Manoiestfir, N. li., and Mr. shire of Kissimmee St. Cloud
o of the King's Daughters Class Green of Orlando, 'motor 'd over from callers on Tuesday. were Chew It After Every Meal

will wonderful which was in charge of the regular Orlando Tuesday and were the dinner ,,
This season see a Mrs. Tease daughter of Mr.' and
quests of Mr. Henry Epple and daughter
cotton'growing in l Florida. prayer meeting.On V
impetus to Mrs. H. A. Haymaker, left for the
Eda their
Epple at home
Is that 1800 acres this flag were stars for seven- ? on Carolina -
1 It estimated nearly North on Thursday. .
? will Plant be City grown alone.in the neighborhood of teen the.boys class who and have are been now followingthe membersof a i wonderful avenue. town They for all a thought youn'g"ter.beinl this. Kissimmee.E.Miss Elsie. Smith spent Tuesday in The Flavor Lasts ..

00"There stars and stripes. These boys !: far ahead of many older towns.
i The New York Veterans' Association L. Albert son, who has been _"- D
is surely logic ,in the argument are.Harper and their friends picnicked at spending the winter with his cousin, ::9, '
1 that Uncle Sam should draft Casler. Fish Lake on Tuesday. .March 1211! I. N. Albertson left Tuesday morn '?' Y
Earl
a 's the men who have, failed to qualify Will Mason Morrow.Tiller."Kiddie" where the time passed all too quickly ing for his home at Hope, N. J. .1,1
for military duty and to utilize them till dinner time came and the table Otto Bleech came in Tuesday even -

at some sort of "useful and lawful Roy O'Berry.Walter Shearouse.. was filled with lots of good things to ing from Fort Scriven, Ga., to spend '
work." his, seven day furlourh'with his -
eat; which all enjoyed to the utmost par- 1
Thorjas. After dinner boat rides ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bleech. r
were enjoyed
A Jacksonville man jumped fromthe James Oliver. on the lake followed by the following I O. A. Roode of Verona, Wyo., ar-
third story window of the Hotel Ernest Oliver.Ed program: >rived Tuesday morning and surprisedhis ii iUiiini'h" IIIIIIIIIRMr.

'; Lizotte that' burned to the ground at Ira R Best. j Paas-a-Gilille Sunday morning, and the had not seen for twelve years. Mr. ,
Jimmie Huifman.C. Quaker song by Mr. and 'Mrs. De. ,
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Sometimes it Roode will few in -- -- /"
i broke both legs. pays spend a days our
to a little slow. B. McOaughen. < pew Wonder City. and Mrs. J. Rigney, Mr. and'Mrs.Ira .
go Reading, Mother Love, by W. ,P'i I
l. 0 Jim. Miller.C. Lynch, who also read Seven Times I'I Dr. N. A. Strait of Washington, D. Keene, Mr. and Mrs. Hauckj Mr.

One difference between a War Savings H. Summers. Seven, one of Jean Ingelow's C., arrived Wednesday morning to and Mrs. Will Schucks, Mr.'and Mrs.
S4't Stamp and a five dollar bill is Robert Woadall.( Reading by Mrs. E. D. French poems."Sa': 'spend the remainder of the season. Theron, Keene, Mr. and Mrs Wallaceand

,t that you have to work for the bill as Ward Estey.INCOME I tire on Kaiser Wilhelm, wins fame] for , Mrs. Elizabeth S. Brown of Columbus the Misses Adele and Vera Bur-I FOR SALE

long as you keep it and the' minute syberkrop," from the Trench' and Ohio is among the new. arrivals nam. Venetta ,Burnam Ada Maddux, i
you exchange it for a stamp the Camp edited at Camp Wheeler, \{>tat the St. .Cloud hotel. Hattie and Annie Christmas, Bernice
S stamp begins to work for you.. TAX INSPEC- 1\I1I'on.paper Ga. |i Mr. and Mrs. George Wood left on Keene Nona, Lillie and Maud Bron-
.
a'Thegt1vernment Song by Mr. and Mrs. Depew. "Out Wednesday after an extended stay, son, Florence Maddux, Essie Rigney, 'r"\,
it is said' has discovered TOR HERE of the Old House Into the New." going by auto as far as Washington: Messrs. Ivon and Gordon Maddux, \
that the use of corn bread MARCH 18 Song "While the Years of Eternity D. C., where they will ship the car and Mr. King, Steve Bronson, Edgar Bur-

gives one a beautiful clear\pink com > Roll" and "Battle' Hymn of the Re go on to their home at Riverpoint, nam. Coy and Earl Bronson, Paul CONSIDEREDfor
plexion. As soon as the girls discover public." : R I. x Burnam, Harry Rigney, Leonard NO TRADE

this fact there will be no morts trouble Roy R. Harris income tax inspector Reading bye Mrs, Robinson, "The I. Mr. Frank Carey-Elees;, accompanied Bronson, John Dann. Games were
t4 about conservation of wheat nour. of the force of Mr. James M. Cath- Sentinel and the Slacker" after which by Mr. Ralrh M. Newman motored played and refreshments served and a

0 ,I cart, collector'' of internal revenuefor all went to the depot to wait for the I over from Jacksonville on Sunday.W. general good time hdd by all. Cash to settle bankrupt ,
Two days., after the plans for the 'C. who has
the district of Florida announces train, feeling a most enjoyable day : George been visiting
Ford Tahk were completed a tank was that he will be in Kissimmee for four 'had been passed together. Those' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. estate, creditors will sacri-

nearly done. It's a pity there were days only,, beginning Monday,' :March present were Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Turner George for the past six weeks, left '
s"" not more Henry Fords back of 'this 18th. for the purpose' of assisting of 'Ada, Mich.? Mr. and Mri. De- Tuesday morning -for his home at HALEY'S BATH HOUSE fice 158 acres In Osceola
war preparation 'We might get ,a those who desire to avail themselvesof Shadron, Neb. .
Wm. P. Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. C. '
glimpse; of world wide in the distance. his services in the preparation of A.pew. Robinson, Mrs.: Metzgar, Mrs. Josephine Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Porter and Mrs' f. v FOOT OHIO AVENUE County Florida, 51 /2 miles
0 their income tax returns. Adams of Franklinville N. L. Lewis spent a day, this week fish-
The khaki clads will enjoy readingof Mr. Cathcart desires that none ,be Y.; Mrs. E. D. ,French> Mr. and, Mrs., ing at, Lake Lizzie. 'Open Every Day and. Night in S. C. of Kenansville. Land,
the young man of the leisure classin placed in a position where they 'will Mr. E. Harknesa ,and daughter-
:M. p:. Blair Mr. and Mrs. P.
Raynor
Maryland who was filled $5() for be liable Tor; a penalty for failure to Mr. D. P. West of Nebraska Mr. and turned on Tuesday after a week's\ trfJJto ]the Week (except from' sun. covered with pine timber.

not keeping busy at "some useful and file.the returns' according to I law. and Mrs. J, W. Francher;, Ella McAllister, Tampa and St. Petersburg. ? down Friday until sundown
Pike roads sides. '
lawful work. The young man protested has, for the .benefit of the taxpayers :Myron F. Barber of Montevideo, Mr. and Mrs. Hicks, who have been on two

,' that the task assigned him was sent an inspector here, to give you Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Campfield,' spending sometime at the New Eng- Saturdays.
r too hard but the law couldn't see 'it assistance. Bear in mind that those Master Howard Campfield Mrs John land house leave Monday next/ for

that way. who fail to comply with the law, by Butler of Grand Rapids Mich.; Mrs.J. their northern home. .Those renting locjcen by the S. LANDAU ,

t ** filing their returns before April 1st. C. Mellinger of Iowa; Mr. Jones, Mrs. Frank Gilbert and baby are in month have access to same at
j The question is now being agitatedof are subject to a penalty of a fine of Mr. and Mrs. Doc Ricketts and Mrs." Orlando this week visiting Mrs. Gil CLOUD Alton, III.
bringing the German prisoners to not, less than $20.00 nor more than Harold RicketU and Mrs. Mary F. bert's sister, Mrs. Urban May.B. all times. ST. FLA.

the United States and putting them $1000,00 in 'addition to an increase of Wykes of Grand Rapids, Mich. E. Evanh-.of Kissimmee ,was ,a
at Iwork..on the undeveloped tracts. the tax due. Mr. Myron F. Barber the guest at the St. Cloud hotel on Tuesday --
i Our idea of .the situation here Is that Mr. Harris will be glad to see as was gueston .
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Saturday of his brother-in-law and
we have too many Germans in the many as will call on him during this I S FIIiDADVERTISEMENTS
wife Mr. and Mrs. Frank
of
Moyer 1
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t United States already., Better I h'FOR
deport, time, and will render every assistance ; New York, who are spending the win- :r
rather than them.
a few import pos Ulle.; Blanks of all kinds are on ter in Kissimmee. ORANGE CENTER
000 : hand and will be furnished all those
Wm. J. Newell brother of Mrs. J.
The Kissimmee Valley Gazette asks who call.* If you have not made 6ALE-One hundred and twontyacr LOST-A. short dark blue. serge coat
your B. who has .._
Westcott been
spending the nprtbweat
quarter of the between St. Cloud and Klsslmme,
what is slacker and
a "Anyone
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who answers returns call on Mr. Harris while he is the ,winter here, left On Monday for On last Wednesday' the pupils .f north-wait quarter aid the north from Bailey's Rue on Monday March
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spends money needlessly here. ono*>half of the outh-weat quarterof 11th. Finder will leave
his home at Pleasantville, N. J. the Orange Center school took a day please with-
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Upon himself when the government is section five township twenty-five, Mr. Bailey or at the Oraystone hoteL .
Mr. and Mrs. George Barber, Miss off from their regular studies to do This
range twenty-nine. Itltpd.v
asking for loans to increase the fighting travel property ,
"Why T Buy War Savings Ella McAllister of St.. and be Bold make T
Cloud Mr. their "bit" for the Federal Govern- must ; u> an offer at
1 strength of the nation. Are
youa Stamps and tick at home. That's once. Cash or term.. Next
slacker under this definition given helping both .. Myron F. Barber of Montevideo, ment by helping: their teacher, Miss land will be worth double what year' It thl!. FOR SALE CHEAP-I Intend to ,sell '.,
A>v the Gazette Arcadia Daily ways. Minn., were the guests on Friday last Mildred Anderson, make reports of all today. Ollreath Realty Company both of my bungalow. right away. ..
.f Mr. and Mrs. E. D French If you are interested In a real bargain -
K ew.. Make it your personal duty to : at Ash- the farms in their division. Jacksonville Florida ll-lt writ to me about them or call
spread the nets of War ton.Mrs. Mildred'Anderson spent Sun- to see me. The Currie residence I. '
-#- Savings
tOST
Ed. Depew left Thursday with her -At the fair fcroundo./ a necklaceof located on Verona St., has
The St. Petersburg Daily Times Stamps, Understand the plan your- on day parents at Shingle amber bead The beads are valuable two lots
for week's a nice six-room cottage, large work
a visit with friends at Oak ;
Creek. a* a keepsake and ..
d published a. map of tha fishing self-i-buy stamp and then explain a .ult.bler..w.rd hop, good garage, nice lawn excel-
grounds adjacent to the city and gavea itto someone else... Island, Fla. Mr. C. C. Rummell of St. Cloud was will be given for their returnto lent flowing well. Price right. The
detailed account of the habits of ,The Veterans Association met. on calling_on friends at,-Orange, Centeron Mr. S. Prevatt. it Red Bungalow corner Mabbette and'
about thirty varieties of fish that Inhabit The Kissimmee Valley Gazette SaturdayMarch 9th, at 2 p. m. in- Sunday. :-* LOST-March 4. a Parker fountain pen .Bermuda new. never occupied, good.
says slie lot. built of
'S these water.. My. but it made us that Rull Bass, for a long time well G. A." R. hall. Opening song, ".A mer.lea. Miss Ada Maddux was thegu'est' of .elt-fl II IIIII'. Finder please return to Interested In best either materials.of these Anyone
Prayer by Rev. Stewart. Song the Misses Nonie and Lillie Bronsonon Chas 8. Firman IK Main 8U 11-lpd
hungry to read about those pompano known on account: of his connection properties with real Intention to buy-
and red snapper and the rest of the with the lire stock industry in the by male" quartette, "Brave Battery Saturday. FOR 'RENT-80-acre farm well supplied can buy. them low, below their value, f
finny' tribe. state, is now undertaking the develop- Boys. Minutes of last meeting 'read One of the most pleasant events of with good bulldlnirs, Kplvndlilcorn and Chas arrange P. Dow any reasonable terms.
t O ment of A large truck farm and has and approved. The St. Cloud yell waa the week was the fish fry and dinnerat and cotton land "See Nelsons. Orlando FJa. ,' 21 So. Orange Ave.8-tf, i

i The' Kissimmee Cattle Company is already about a hundred acres under then given. Short talk by Rev. Craw- Dish Pad Lake. Among those wU M HM V_ ,
opening up one of the largest cattle. cultivation.: The Gazette ford Jackson of Atlanta, Ga., secre- present were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. WK ALBO'HAVB an excellentroom FOR SALE-Desirable home located at
speaks especially buarffalow on Mabbette street fur- tOil Clay .
.tr..t.VIII sell
ranches in '!the southern part of the of the splendid field of pota- tary of the Juvenile Protective Asso Keene, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Bronson, '. .bed. to rent; will be vacant about gain a. I expect to leave Kissimmee.at a bar.
vi state.: There are now 620.000 acres toes that has come to the blossoming ciation. Mrs. Burman, Misses Leona and Lou- the J th.See Nelson Realty Com- Mre/Catherlne ,Whitney. 12-Xtp. i
under 'the fence and numerous and "stage' and ia promising a fine yield. Piano duet, Mrs. Barber and Edith ise Bronson 'Adele and Vera Burman, pany. J'
t expensive buildings have been erected. The farm ia on East Lake Tohopeka- Harrod. A rising vote of thanks Bernice Keene and Messrs Ivon Mad- FOR SALE-come let us show you a FARMERS-Send today for a free ,'
The ranch is sixty-five miles below liga and according to the newspaper, given the patriotic Women who pre\ dux,. Paul -Burman, Clifford BrSnson. htful suburban home, fine fruits pie Stockman copy of published the Florida Farmer .am'l: ,
Idea at Jacksonville.
i Khslmmee and the lands are in four is to be made one of the best in that Rented the service flag to the .". Steve Bronson and Henry Keene. Adreport .location. Nelson Realty Com- Tells about livestock raising dairying ;
counties-Osceola, Polk, DeSoto and.Olteechobee. sectlon.-Tlmcs-Unlon. Mitchell Post. :The meeting was then a good time. pany. poultry, citrus fruit and truckIng -
ae St. Lucie. Tribune turned over to Comrade Yeager in Mr. and Mrs. ''Richard Bronson, ac- FOR KXCHANOR -room house, well twice a month at 60e per',...ar- B
I located free and clear from debt In three years for f 1,00. Only livestock
DIXIE THEATER WILL RE- charge of program for social hour. companied by Misses Nonce and Lil- Lo. Angeles, California: also one .- and general farming paper In tha.t.t. -
,The Citrus Exchange at Kissimmee, Song Jby choir, "A Thousand Years." lie Bronson, Maude. Bronson, Mrs. room and one It-room house central ... Write. totl.,.
it is said will handle the large potato OPEN AT AN EARLY DATE Talk by Mr. Spaulding. ,Music on violin Henry Keene and the Messrs George ly located In San Diego CaL Last
.. crop of that section. There will be by Mr. Burch, accompanied on piano Bronson and Edgar Burnam were the two places worth til.SOO. free and FOR BALI-:.-Modern. (-room house
power machinery used in grading the J.. L. .Beers and J. A. Collins have by Mrs. Barber. Sunday guests of Mrs. G. W. Bronson.Mr. wants clear to owner exchange an .elderly for Florida gentleman prop-, close In. all conveniences: fine neigh I "+',

potatoes and the work can be done at leased the Dixie Theater and will announce Bonito by Ruth Dauehertr" Will and Mrs; Lester Flint, were the erty. The Los Angreles property Is 'Box borhood.664, Kissimmee Address communication.
much less expense by this method the opening date within a Follow Thee, My 'Saviour and for guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ivon Robertson worth Nelson|8500, all for; Florida property Fla. .-tt"

than can be done bv the individual week or so encore!, "Harbor of. Home Sweet. Sunday. Realty Company. FOR RENT!; -Furnished rooms or '
6I'Ower.-Arcadla Dally News. These young men are now making Home" Mrs. Henry Marchetti is enjoying a 180 ACRES Improved. on' public hlth- ap.rtm.nt.In for light housekeeping,
iww arrangements for their film service, ,Selection on violin by Mr, Stevens, visit with her sister, Mrs. Gaehler. way, some grove, buildings, and Mrs.odern K. B., convenient Real house Estate. dose In.
t Mr. Billy Goodyear, who ha' been and say they expect to get the best accompanied by Mrs. Barber' on piano. Farmers all seem busy and crops acre school, to on exchange the land for; worth northern$40 'per surance. 116 Mibb .. S.. Phone and 549.FIR '

rnaking his home Kissimmee the that can be had. Reading about 6th Corps! ,by Conn S ire all looknig well. Quite an acre- erty. All kinds!: of Florida homes prop.and SALE-ONE ,
past two years, is here for a few days, rade Yeager. age has been planted to Irish potatoesand Investments.. Nelson Realty Com- 'WRJTER. fofODEL EMERSON THREE TYPE.
45 the &" est ot the family of his brother, NOTICE Recitation by Golda Groves, "The from appearances at the present pany. IBLE ,.AS 0000 AS NEW, Apply VIS. .
Mr.''Pearl Goodyear: "Dusty" has en- All dogs running at larger -in the Right Place at Last, that is St. Urn*'the yield promises to be good.A FOR BALK Pure bred lit South Vernon Ave. If i
+ ..s listed in the hospital reserve of the I city must wear a collar with the license Cloud," and for encore "The Kaiser's surprise was given the ReV. and -15 eggs 11.IS.White Sam Leghornsetting's. Lup- DWELLINGS ,
nary, and will leave in a:few days to tag attached Dream." Mrs. Christmas on ,Wednesday even fer' 201 Verona St. i-tf I Tiller: for rent. Apply toM.: '." "

take up his duties, being stationed at 'GEO. W. OVERSTREET. Selection on banjo by Mr. Worrell, ing. Among those present were Mr. '
JC.y:..West-.-Lakeland ,Telegram. .. ,City Marshal, accompanied on bones ,by ,Mr. SilL and Mrs. E, J.;-,Keene:, Mrs. Burnam, I I Everybody Who It A yod> Advertises Their "Wart fa. the Gazettes

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1 "I INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMSColorite II I PROGRAM ,; We Have Organized an


will color rl'gbt. We'' haveit Rat Corn... It's'wonderful.] .For vale]

at Central Drug Store. by Central Drug ,Store. GraystoneTheatre .

Miss''' Alberta Hopson spent the Messrs. Fred Bass and J. D. Wood-
week-end with her parents at Lees- heck motored to Orlando Wednesday: MARCH 18-23 Aluminum '
burg. looking after business interests.
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MOM>AV.s
Rat Corn is 'the rure destroyer of ,LOST-a cameo pin. Finder please
A THnndJe Feature
rats. Guaranteed by Central DrugStore return to Miss Susie McQuire.. It THM MATKltNAI: "NI'AIt" K" .

Mr.and Mrs. Harry Meetch and TrlapKle! Comedy"A ClubD

R. B. Calkins'and family have moved , daughter"Mrs. A. Frain, motored to tllNfVHUAVrJVOTH'
Flr t Episode: of"YNOEAN'E
to Virginia, where they expect to ,LaBelle for an outing last week. : AM'' ) THK \VOMAX"TIKHUAV.
reside. Cool Cloth Suits at very'low prices. .

Palm Beach Suits at last vear's See them. F H. Lawson, Kill ....... Im-
prices. Bargains for you. F. H. P. A. Vans Agnew of Jacksonvillewas ".KH BOV (Metro)
Lawson. in Kissimmee the early part of Corner (Vlt.l

W. B. Morrow and family of Somerset the week on'a business commission.-: F.r. EdMC-alloMl Wrrk.fr

Ky.. arrived in Kissimmee Mon- For Sale-rTwo pair good young W HUN[CsDA t'.
Jail. KI4rtd. .
day for a vlsifc'Dr. : mules broken and well matched. World
BltOKKN TIMS" ( )
Gear's guaranteed stock., and J. W, Miller. 8-tf Ma.t end J."' .'.Birdr
Poultry medicines for sale 'by CORNER Mrs E. L. Chapman of LouhmanIs "ms MVVIKK" (Fisher)
DRUG STORE. spending the .day in Kissimmee Til t;HUH A Y. tTHH

The Mothers'-Teachers club is shopping and visiting friends. r..s! .1.1..d I. ( oo
IJKHT OF IIOOH"(F.I.
meeting this afternoon at the homeof Make a new 'straw hat from your
Mrs. S. L. Lupfer. old with Colorite for sale by (A story that thrills with war. romance -
one and ..rfacrlflce.| \ .)
Mr. and Mrs. J. Richards are visit Central Drug, Store. IIIK %? C.'o..d CVIt), I

ing the family of their daughter Mrs, Mi's. John ,Herschler arid Miss Lout Fit 1 1)A S'. .
Di\lard,,at Tampa this week.F. ise Yoder, of Ashland, Ohio, who have FRIDAY, H.*..... !>.?-lor, 1ai., :m"
of Narcoossee'a been in the'.city for several MARY, I'HKKOHI 1
D. Little, one guests "THHJ LITTLE I'lHSICKSB": ,
citizens, was in Kissimmee days, left Thursday for St. Peters: (Artcraft). 0
Wednesday transacting business. W_. s. Hart !. .' r

Mrs. A. E. Thomas who has been burg.White, Shoes selling at reduced .."ABB*! llir. kit....."

seriously ill ct her home on Main prices. Don't fall to see them before (ArtcrafU1I..IoI.C.lJI' (Fox) tfl

street, is rapidly improving in health. buying elsewhere. .F.- H. Lawson. $12.1 ,

The stork stopped at the home of Mr. and Mrs, David Ferguson, Mr. Coming Friday,'March SJrd,' "TfceKrpprllaii
!...< Hale." A Btupendou ... .
Mr. .nd Mrs. H.R. Dale Monday and Mrs. Fred Ferguson and daughter Spectacular Drama of the Triumph -
morning, March 11, leaving a fine boy. I Miss Frances, are touring the of Democracy over Kalserlsm. Buys this handsome of 4
in their 1
Now !If the time to condition your east coast car. They expectto .
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return here Sunday.
stock. Use Le Gear's Stock Powder.
w Money back if not satisfactory. CORNER It is easy to cure sore head in FOR RENT-Furnished flat. W. 411 Aluminum Wareand
chickens with the right preparation.Use .
DRUG STORE. B. Harris, Gazette office. '

.- gtrkyL.lti Taylo"-whO-h..,.been. CORNEti Le Gears;DRUG', guaranteed;.'STOREu-fa remedy.' ?-rts!'; ?.' Mrs.. ;FAy Walter left Thursday on such sasy: terms you will never miss "

visiting]left Saturday"fof her cousin Mrs.hbme'9n"Memphis A/W."Winrt..,' Roy Prentis, who volunteered in.the fora' "vlslt"'W1t.h"'relat1V" fimpli; mrQ 9h(tiioriefr":Hete -u.'planf 'r .:i. '.. J r
of the U. S. :\Vhen yoil wanVHudnut's Toilet-ar- V ,
aero department Army is .
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tides lie us, we have them. Central "
"Thf Debt of Honor" will be shownat home on a furlough for a visit with Drug Store. This club offer: (is open to every reputable., honest 01 1
This is his mother, Mrs. J. W. Prentis. lie
the Graystone of Thursday. and has been transferred to the 14th Cav: P. R. Hartnett purchased the John family or person' in this community. Call at our \

a selfsacrifice.Mrs.thrilling: story. war, romance :airy Band, and is stationed at Fort Harris fruit stand and grocery i>n store and ask, for a membership card, pay $1 cash !"
1 Screven. Broadway last week, and la now in 1\
J. Wier of Litchfield, 111., and 1 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. PaytOn and charge of the business. "dues" and the set' will be delivered to you. Then
,
Mrs. G. R. Corwin Of
tier daughter,
Buffalo, N. Y., who have been spend I' three daughters. Misted Laura, Fanny PIANIST WANTED-for Dixie I I you pay us $1 a week for 11 weeks and then a final
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and Less, left Thursday for their Theater. Address Box 394, Kissimmee I
ing several to their weeks homes in Kissimmee Monday. returned home in Bedford Ohio, after spending Fla. payment ,of 98c until the wholesale coat price of .i{;

the winter in Kissirnmee. They will ,The Ministerial] Association meet 12.98 Is paid. ) ,
Ti: Walker has sold .his interest .
.. B. spend several days in Jacksonville at nine o'clock.
4, In the Osceola Motor Company to B: and St. Augustine sightseeing whileen next Important Monday committee morning reports for con Do you realize that this will enable. you to equip '
has been under
Bry nThe company route. sideration. your kitchen with set of the purest,,best Aluminum
since its M
managemerl
organization Mr. Bryan's and he will continue to j| Key Johnson who has beef confined Mrs. Hale of Birmingham, Ala, Ware, QUALITY BRAND, each piece ,of which (La *
direct its activities. t I to his home for several days who spent the wintere here with her
personally 'suffering 1 from la: severe case of pto- mother, Mrs. M' C. Bandy, left"for guaranteed by the makers to wear for 20, years" at nf
Mr and Mrs. F. J. Nye, C. T. Nye '
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maine 'poisonino- able to 'be out her home yesterday, a cost to.you of only a few pennies eachday.Can 9 x
and sister Miss Alice, were a pleas l/ ...
again. Mr.' Johnson was taken ill ,
Treasurer J. Z. Roberson. has
ant party of tourists spending the 'while City to continue using out 'of date unsanitary
at Lake Okeechobee, 'where .he you afford -tJ
'I the limit in buying War Savings
winter in Kissimmee who visited in gone
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. Tampa and St Petersburg for the i i1l home Bteamboatins-in a serious and condition.was brought Stamps'and hes "gone Qver the top" (perhaps rusted) cooking utensils when. we make, it 0
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past week. They returned here Tues with a |1000 purchase.Do ,possible to secure this beautiful" oil these terms?
I A. W. Johnston of Toronto, Canada, hens lay as weU'as they
yours
day.Miss Nellie McQuarrie has accepteda Is spending a couple of weeks with should? If not, why not?. Le Gear's
.Mrs. Johnston at their winter home
position with the 'state departmentto [ Poultry Powder will greatly Increase H. GRANTHAM
"Naidanac, north Kissimmee. Mr. C.
CORNER DRUG
assist Miss May Morse, the. state and Mrs. Johnston and Mrs. Kenney your egg supply.. S
in her work. Miss STORE. .
dairy specialist .
motored to Daytona Beach on Monday
McQuarrie left last, week for Wash I and returned Tuesday in time to lion. W. J.?Sears met with the K. of "The Satisfactory Store _

ington to take 'a short course in that .I attend the weekly dance .at the Gray- P. at the Grand Lodge in Jacksonville \,
department. I I stone hotel.! this week. He is expected to arrive in N t' f fL
Mr. and Mrs E. Marquis, accompanied Kissimmee today for a visit in his
I Miss Ollie Henderson of Montioel-: L
by Miss Wood and Mr. Piott, home town.
lo arrived in Kissimmee this week to
all from Jtlonticello, 111., who hav accepts position in the Kissimmee FOR RENT-Will rent furnished ,
been pleasantly located in the apart. schools, where she will be in, charge home on Mabbette St. until Oct. lat,
ments in the Willson block on Darlington of. the domestic science department, close in. Price very reasonable. For

avenue this winter. left for to fill the vacancy caused by the res- further particulars' see Mrs. H. C. iL ) e .
their home Monday. ignation of Miss, Nellie McQuarrie, Lightsey. ltpd 4" .,p : ,
Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Moyer of Niagara -I who has received an appointment as *A special train carrying soldiers ,
Falls, N. Y., accompanied by their I'I state dairy specialist. from Rock Island, IlL, en route for _
Airs. M. H. Brown and daughter Arcadia' Kissimmee t
niece Voting precinct No. 1 for this coun ; passed through .
Miss Rhoda, of Toronto. who are'I I ty has been divided into two precincts, I Wednesday.. They! are: ,all volunteersand ,
spending the winter in Kissimmee, and it would be well for those voters belong to the- aviation section of

]left Thursday for St Petersburg" for. j who are' doubt as to which' precinct the army* ,I. TOO LATE 'TO CLASSIFY I"God's 'Justice or Degrees In Hell. CHRISTIAN CHURCII ,
;'a few days' sightseeingJenningsPrevattrof 1L.j ' ,they are"now In to see Supervisor Your stock ,gets' wormy in the I Come to a comfortable'house where
,theSOlstt. i Field] Katz{ within:,the next few''' days 'and spring time-cure itVvithout stopping FOR 8AI-K--Smith Flyer Jr., automobile the whole gospel is preached and 10 a. m..Sunday school. "

Remount, came home from Camp,ascertain if they are properly placed.I them from 'work;""'with Le-Gear's Willie, price Sled on mAn.application 108 W. :Livingston apply to where a cordial welcome awaits you. 11 a. m., sermon Junior, "Life'C. E,. Decision.,
Johnston to spend- Sunday with his Don't wait until the election and then Worm Powders. CORNER DRUG St.* Orlando, Fla. I8-ltp 0: B. Falls, pastor... 3:30 p. m.,
'C. E.
y p. S.
6:14: p. m, ;
Mrs. Sarah He STORE.
mother, Prevail. was blame the. supervisor because you are
FOR 8ALIJ Mrlitlan hares. Himalaya 7 m., sermon, "Whose Son la
accompanied by Charles Sullivan of not properly registered.Mr. Miss Elizabeth Jlonegan, State rabbit. and Guinea plK. For prices PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Jesus p.?" Special music at this seY-'
Chicago who is in the same department : and Mrs. J. H. Hargrave, Mrs.C. Past Grand Chief of the Pythian Sisters apply to Sub-Tropical Rabbitry and 'Sun4a}-school] at.10 o'clock a. m. vice.

,of military service. B. Lamb and daughter, Miss Marie, and Mrs. T. M. Rivers' delegate On Orlando vie Farm10S, Fla. W. Livingston" 13-ltpd tit I Pl'eachin'f.by the pastor, subject at 7:30: prayermeeting every Wednesday .
Judge and Mrs. G. F. Parker of were in Kissimmee on Thursday even- from Kissimmee Temple, spent several 11 a? m., God Trust Us with \ evening.. Everybody welcome.
Okeechobee City stopped in Kissimmee ing of last week and brightened the days in Jacksonville this week at Peace?" At 7:15: p. mi, subject: Junior C E. Program March 17, 1918. j
to visit their'daughter, Mrs. Fred Gazettt office with, a Cheerful visit. the Grand Lodge meeting. A SERIOUS CONDITIONIt "Making the Most of Ourselves. 'Topic-"Our Father's Business." '

Gilbert Tuesday while en route home .The party inspected our composing Capt Richmond P. Hobson will is not possible at our distance'rom Prayermeeting Wednesday' eveningat Text--Luke 2:49: ; leader, Rosetta
from West Palm Beach via Orlando, rooms and the ladies particularly, speak at the First Baptist church the battle line 'to comprehend/ 7:15, subject, "Making Our Call Cooper. 1
where they have been on a combined I were interested in the machinerywhich next Tuesday; March', at 730p. m., seriousness of the great war in ing and Election! Sure." 1
business and pleasure trip. turns out the Gazette, all of subject "America in War' Adttiis-): which we are engaged, bue we oughtto Lora prayer. i
A. CoUerman, one of Kissimmee's which was in operation at the time.J. sion free. A cordial invitation is meditate thoughtfully on the subject ST. JOHN'S (Episcopal) CHURCH Bible lesson read by leader. y'

property owners, is doing his "bit" I C. ,Prlvett, state labor inspector, hereby extended to all to hear one of until we are stirred to our utmost Passion Sunday. Telling the story of Jesus-All.
toward helping things run smoothly was in Kissimmee yesterday on his ,America's strongest men. endeavor'for the prosecution of every Minister in charge, L. H. Kirkby. Talking with the doctors in the tem t
for Uncle Sam by planting a five acre regular rounds, looking 'after labor Prosecuting Attorney W. B. Craw effort that will help to bring the conflict 8 a. m., Holy Communion. ple. 'f '
tract justnortheast of the city limits conditions. Mr. Privett now travels ford, F. C. Bryan and A. S. Gilbert -to a, favorable conclusion 9:45: a. m., Sunday school. How can we .be about our Father'
to castor beans. The plant' are by Ford and says it enables him to were delegates from Friendship We are liable to forget that it is 11 a. m., Mdrning prayer and ser business? T
,4 just pushing hroifgh the ground.W. i cover the territory in much shorter Lodge No. 10 Knights of Pythias to Just, as important for each of us to mon. Subject, "What Confirmation Round tabl,. 1
B. Meetch of Harrisburg,. Pa., I time than,by rail. He says by reason the Grand Lodge in Jacksonville this do our bit as it is for the soldier in Is." Bible verses A to F. .
accompanied by H. W. Meetch and 'of the large ship-building contracts ,. week. C. W. Griffin was also'a member the battle line to do his duty. -7:30: p. m., Evening prayer and an Mission study, part 3, May Guinn. al
C wife and Mrs. A. M. Swain of Kissim1'and cantonment work more men are of the party. They returned home We can easily understand how awful address by Mr. L. A.. Hamilton. Sentence prayers. +
mee, were in Arcadia Tuesday and '' now employed in Florida than ever Wednesday night! I would be the consequence to all "Unattached" are cordially invitedto Roll call.
Wednesday visiting points of interest. I'I'before in the history of the state. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Ivey and Miss .of us if the soldiers should falter' and these services. Song. '

These people have toured the entire Mr. and Mrs. George E. Babcock Margaret Anderson leave tonight for thereby,,Jose the battle, and we should i
state, traveling via auto.-The Enter. '']left Thursday for St. Petersburg for, Pittsburg, Pa. where they will make become enslaved to the Germans. ,,
prise. --* a few days' outing, while Mr. Babcock their 'home. Mr.! Ivey will be .employed If is a pity but that each of us could

Joe Taylor] son of Mr. and Mrs. G. is recuperating from hil acci in the Carnegie Steel Works, feel the importance of meeting every '
account of dent. It will be remembered he was Anderson has secured opportunity to help.In the victory.
M. Taylor, is giving a good and Miss a position
struck by the Reed Bakery truck one Fellow citizens let us arouse our- Your Groceries'
himself at San Antonio, Tex., wherehe in the book-keeping departmentof Buy ,
morning the early part of the .week, selves and combine our efforts and
is stationed,and has become a warrant the same concern.H. .
officer'for the 627th Aero Squad.' while bringing the mail from the push the conflict to consummation ,
S. Todd, one of Kissimmee's pio and "
service train. He was thrown to the speedily gloriously.W.
Joe volunteered for military pave- neer residents and well kntown citizens -
B. WITHERSPOON.CARD .
ment and while-one-rib' was' the only
twice before he was twentyoneThe Is setting a good example by investing .
a second time !he was, accepted in the bone broken, he was badly bruised and $500 In War Savings Stamps.Mr. OF FROM "
and he has was confined to his bed for several THANKSWe
aviation department now, Todd hesitated about, buying the
reached the highest non-commission- days, and will not be able to go on stamps fearing he might lose them, take this method of thankingthe
r ed office. The Kissimmee boys sure duty for some time to come. 'I but on reading a recent article in the citizens of Kissimmee for valuable R: S. FLOYD
do make the town proud of them, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Howell received Gazette calling attention to.the fact services rendered during and since

,. Pauline Frederick, the famous the cad intelligence" Thursday' thatthey ,could be registered at the the fire which destroyed our garage:
movie star, will soon appear on the the death of their daughter, Mrs. postoffice and could then be cashed We feel ,that we cannot say too. much and save money.* ,
screen in Kissimmee. the city where Mary Handcock, at her home in Tamper any time whether they were lost or- for Kissimmee' brave fire fighters, .
her father, the lato Andrew Johnson, Mexico. On Thursday morninga not, he immediately loaned the $500to who fought the flames so heroically,
died not many years ago. Mrj John letter reached here telling; of the uncle Sam. and made it possible for us to use at Then invest your savings in War

son was a prominent attorney here birth of. twin girls, to Mr. and .Mrs.Ilandeock Prof. W. S. Cawthon, state high least a portion of our walls in re
for a number of years till his failing I but close on the heels of School visited the Osceola building. Gratefully yours,
e health prevented his further practice ,this news came the wire stating thedeathVof County inspector High School yesterday, 'and 13-lt MACH. BROTHERS. Savings Certificates and Thrift

d of law. While .his daughter; has never \ the young mother. Mrs. after making an inspection stated
resided here, she is well known in Or- I lHandcock's sister, Mrs. Bertha that he had no criticisms to make. METHODIST CHURCH
lando, where she lived at one time. Blagg. was with her at the time of I I The I only suggestion he offered pertained Preaching Sunday at 11 a. m. and StampsR.S.FLOYD ,'"
Pauline Frederick is the nom de plume her death. The deceased was reared
to the location of the library 7:15: p. m. by the pastor. Morning
plume by which the world knows ,her, in. this city and the many warm which should be- more conveniently subject, "The Boundlesfe iPrayer of
(. though her real name is JohnsonRecent friends of the family will be grievedto located, though Prof. Cawthon said he Faith. Evening subject, "Nebuchad The Grocer
arrivals] in the city who have learn of her 'death. realized that under the circumstances: nezzar's Dream.
visited the pretty Hart Memorial rest Most'of us have visions of going this could not be improved. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:1: ::; ,
room and have! registered there, are: from poverty to riches, but Sara p. m., will be in charge of the Wom
B.. L. Parker, Sioux Rapids, Iowa; Crewe, the heroine of Frances Hodgson WORK AT SHINGLE CREEK an's Missionary Society. All are cor-.
k Mr. and Mrs' J. N. Rogers, Canton, Burnett's well known book, ''"The' dially invited to attend these services,
Irv Ohio; Mrs. Warren Dawdy and Mrs. Little Princess was unfortunate in CEMETERY MARCH 23 J. D. Sibert, pastor.
1 J. E. Roberson, Alingdon.1' ; III;"Miss having the order of things reversed. -
Louise M. Shepard Pontiac., Mich.; In the Artcraft production "The Little March 23rd will be observed as FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH '
Miss Mary E. Utter, Birmingham, Princess," Mary Pickfor depicts the clean-up day at the Shingle Crfelr.cemetery. .,, 17. w. ii. ARNOLD, ALAN J, MAC DONOUGH,
Mich.; Miss- E.. Frances Jones Mrs' trials and tribulations] of- little Sara Everyone who has loved March
M. H. Brown and Miss Rhoda Brown in a way that twill bring both smiles ones in. this city of the dead is asked 'B. S. at 9:45, N. C. Bryan, Supt. ARNOLD & MacDONOUGH
all of.Toronto1, Canada Grace At- and tears to your eyes. Having seen tot' spend] the day at, work there. A Preaching at 11 o'clock; subject '
wood, Mass.; Mary J. dameron. Rich. Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm you will picnic dinner will be spread at 12 "Christian Light, or How to Shine." Contractor, Engineer, Architect r
wood Ohio.; John English and Mary undoubtedly not want to miss this recent o'clock. The workers are urged to The hand of church fellowship will ,

English t Atkinson, II.; ,Mrs. F. A. effort' of America's sweetheart.It gather as' early iJ.the! forenoon as 1,*. extended to new members. 'DARLINGTON AVE. CITIZENS, ,,BANE BLDG' ,
Gould, Sterling,, HI. will be shown at ,the' aalno' today. ,possible. Preaching! at 7:15p.: m., subject.,,, I \ 1.. ,,

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r. :i I' CROP PESTS: NUMBER '27 :,1 I County Agents'' Report ,I 1


/ Dmfml C.mmlf F_4 fcwmw; i iI -
Clay Counay: Hundreds of .acres '
that were in stumps and wiregrass in i'
Swift &
i: of < -1 be treated the same. Company
This is the twenty-seventh! a series l December are now green in a promis- .
of articles covering the' control of FIGS ing crop,of Irish potatoes. .
j the various insect' and diseases' vre General) Treatment: Do not set figs Columbia County: On account of : ;

may expect' on our Florida crop I in root.knot infested soil, Keep tne the boll\ weevil, farmers planted their
shall endeavor to give directions for ground underneath trees clean of all
cotton early and some of the fields
avoiding trouble as far at possible, fallen leaves and fruit. Give .two were up the first of the month. A Publicity
for recognizing it when' .it appears, spraying* in dormant season with large!: acreage has been!, planted to J..At J.c
mixture and two
Bordeaux! or
and for the best control. These ar- strong castor beans..
ticles cannot cover all individual j three *praylnfrs after growth! starts Walton County: Farmers are doing .

needs, BO I invite personal correspondence t with weaker Bordeaux. their' best to grow all the food pos '

whether commercial from the plantings.backyard. General] Treatment GRAPES; {Spray twice 'sible' this year.. They are buying improved -' ,a recent hearing of the Federal Trade Commission there I :.(i
the.
garden or machinery to overcome
MRS. N. M. ''G. FRANCE, I with lime-sulphur, 1-9, during dor- laborshortage. was introduced correspondence taken from the private, files of .:

Chairman of Committee on Plant mant and'sea.on-once before just buds after swell.leaves. At Lake ,County: Citrus is in' full & showed that the Company had been 1 << considering '
_., Disease and Insect Control. Jacksonville fall, again bloom with prospects of a good setting I Swift Companywhich i
indication of disease whether -
Fla. the least of fruit., A large percentage of fo time educational advertising campaign. a
; some an
with
rust spots mold, or rot, spray .1
the is doubt due i
drop no to thrip, '. ,
Bordeaux mixture at intervals of a '
Fire ,Blight gets PEARS its namf""' from the week or ten days. If leaf eating insects against is being waged.which a'Rain spraying is badly campaign needed.; i I The need for, this publicity has been apparent to' ''us for several .. ,.1,

shrunken. blackened l branches and lead toi are the present for, add aphis arsenate add Black of Nassau I County: The county agent years The gross misrepresentation to which we have : :
the of fire spray; *
twigs giving
appearance
took ninety-six club.1 boys to the state
damage. It is a bacterial disease and Leaf 40. GUAVA' fair March 2. recently'been subjected has convinced. us that we should' no longer

the germs may be in blossoms, fruit, forgrnn.es St., Johns County: The county exhibit the basic facts of business
Same
branches and roots. They are General Treatment: as ,at. the state fair was awarded delay in putting before the public our ,

introduced into new areas by anything sixth\ in with of the American .,
that pierces the tissues-bird*, Whitelly; Spray with miscible, ] oil place competition, twen relying on the fair-mindedness people. ,
ty-six other counties. The premiums Y
I, insects, etc: Spraying is of no a\ail.: M for citrus whitefly. awarded included four livestock
on packer'is based
FLOWERS and ORNAMENTAL the American largely on
The
feeling
The only way to reduce its damage in and one on country cured meat. against ,
the orchard Is to reduce the. source. of General Treatment SHRUBS: Ornamentals" Citrus County: Farmers are hustling the belief that the income and well-being' of the ''producer and

I infection.Diseased twigs sh6\v }in two forms. are''Of'arioul questionwith degrees them of is''resistance.The generallynot and disking to get \their is going crops on in.everywhere Breaking. consumer are adversely affected by the packers'operations, '

More! commonly.they die and dry out,
but occasionally. twig,; will be found so much as to what will control to Broward a very gratifying County: extent.Prospects 'are resulting in unreasonably large profits. ,, .
where the disease,is held in, full ac- the trouble an to what treatment will j
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for bumper of vegetables.
good a crop
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t.ivity'and it is these that carry the injure Those he plants plant.and shrubs which lose Sumter County!*. Our club boys Swift.& Company's profit is reasonable, and represents ;

terms over winter: Thorough prun- '' their leaves in 'winter can be sprayed have their corn ,and cotton plantedand factor in the cost of living. .i 1
:ing: disinfecting the knife after each the arrival an insignificant
are anxiously awaiting -
with Bordeaux mixture for i
fungous
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is
cut. the only control. Just a, few of their pigs. ?
twigs overlooked wilT make the work tion troubles with or In case lime-sulphur of scale infesta-which Santa Rosa County: One 'farmers For the fiscal year 1917 the total sales and net profit of Swift ; I
strong
It is best to ,
useless.
probably prune ,
using a tractor attachment to a ::1
will control the fungous/ troubles
:in the fall, since the contrast between as & Company were as follows:
for The
Ford land
car breaking
tine healthy, and..W rhte eo
: ; : 4; also kill the scale:' --*-.--......,*- ,tmi* and 1s.-beinslJrek't'It-lIev1'ft.::, !' .. -deep., ...., .. ... Sales) . I
great at that time, but winter pruning '"'" "'""* .,
.is not sufficient. Examination of The plants holding foliage but be. with a Bixteen-inch plow. ; ,.t dl*. ;.'I.'fIu
HilUborough CQunty: In checkingup $875OOOOOO.
trees should be made each week and coming very dormant, as rose bushes,
should be with Bordeaux the corn that was treated with .
blight cut out wherever it is found. sprayed
bon bisulphide to control weevils,
.Keep the ammonia content of pear mixture during the winter. far Profits _
It found that '
was corn given one
Winter treatment prevents of
fertilizers low for quick, tender many V
treatment in bin contained
a tight
is susceptible to the troubles that would otherwise develop $34,650,000.
growth especially
only a few weevils.
in the spring and summer.
;, blight infection. I '
Madison County:' One livestock firm
Pears, like peaches, have many Rusts controlled and Leaf by Bordeaux Spots can mixture.generallybe has sold nine carloads of young mules This is equivalent to a $3,465. profit on a business of $87,500. -
troubles that are controlled by systematic -
November 1. ,
Mildews yield to dusting of sulphur. since
spraying. During dormant Red Spiders are also controlled by Marion County:, There will be an Co If Swift lie Company had made no 'profit at all, the cattle raiser
t.. season pear trees should be sprayed to sulphur applications. ncrease. in the amount of land culti- 1$ 'f would have received only one-eighth of a cent per pound more for his
) with one, gallon lime-sulphur nine
1. gallons water for scales, blister mites, Apriit Thrips, and Slugs are killed crease vated will this be year.in cotton The, with greatest corn and in. :' : cattle, or he consumer would have saved only one-quarter of a cent per
by tobacco
and fungous diseases. In growing sprays. pound on dressed beef.Swift. tUS.p.
next. About 2000 more
peanuts ; acres
: and Leaf-Eating Insects should be poisoned -
season' dilute lime-sulphur arsen-
of muck lands will be under cultivation
with arsenate of lead. '
ate of lead should be used. Bordeaux
mixture is likely to cause more or less Plant Bugs must be collected by this year. farm work & U. S. A. '
i Uadsden
For and hand-jarring them Into 'a can con- County: Spring .' Company,
thrips
i' pear
pray it
well advanced. Farmers are showing -
Black
taining a little kerosene by knockingthe
psylla, add ] Leaf 40. i
much interest in peanuts. 1'Jant-
PERSIMMONSDropping branches with a little wooden paddle
fruit is ,is probably the best means. ing sugar cane is well under way. ,
i of quite common' (To be continued.) Jefferson County: An increase of ,_ -. .. .. - .. .. - - -
and almost invariably
} to the persimmon Is "
about 600 has been
acres in peanuts
r due' to poor soil conditionsor manfactures them within our own ANNOUNCEMENTSI
made for i
; lack of proper fertilization. THICK, GLOSSY HAIR about promised forty Plans cattle are dipping being vats in the F w.cT.U.coiUMNi borders? Does it pay to send missionaries -

\ ., Blight of persimmons is controlled FREE FROM DANDRUFI county before August 1. I I abroad to Christianize' the hereby announce myself a candi-
by severe pruning cutting out all affected . Lee County: Farmers will endeavor heathen and permit a business at date for Representative in the. Leg-
", branches well back into healthy of and home that results in the degradationof islature from Osceola County, sub-
wood. Girls! Try Itl! Hair gets soft, fluffy and rice togrow A a rice large mill acreage has been promised corn (Mrs. J. M. Cochrane) our own people? Does it pay to ject to the action of the Democratic
l '' Anthracnoae. Leaf Spot, and Powdery b.autlful--a.t a small bottleof primary. FRED M. BASS
waste- than waste-mil.
,
I Mildew will be largely controlled Danderlne. for Labelle. HELP WIN THE WAR yes worse ,
r by dormant lime-sulphur sprayingbuf -, Bay County: One farmer is makIng Save Food Fuel Labor Life by Hastening lions of bushels of foodstuffs when the Subscribe for the Kissimmee. Valley
cassava /flour on his farm, In two End of the of is
I sometimes a summer spray of If yon care for heavy lair Jthat glistens grades, light and dark. The light the Liquor price living soaring day by day, Gazette.
Bordeaux mixture ,becomes! necessary. Traffic. because of its scarcity, in order
with beauty and is radiant with /lour is made by scraping the bark that
t Twig Girdler is best controlled by life; has an incomparable softness and from the roots before grinding, The Save Food- the liquor traffic may continue to exist
gathering all the dropped twigs and is and lustrous Danderine. According to Prof. Carver of Harvard -
fluffy try dark is made by evaporating and ? :
burning for in these twigs the last the brewer .
,, are Just one application\ doubles the grinding the roots without previous University year
; from which will come the future ies ised sufficient foodstuffs to supply
eggs ; beauty of your hair, besides it imme treatment. A part of his twelvebarrel I INSTANT ACTION SUR.PRISES WiiLY
generations, of
: the 4,500,000 .
energy requirements
dissolves will be the market.
diately stock
Scale, etc. Do not neglect the dor- every partielo ol put on Why not eliminate this
workingmen.
,f.. MANY HERE. *
with dandruff. ;You can not have nice heavy Leon County: Farmers have pledged I
mant spraying lime-Sulphur as waste by closing the breweries and
healthy hair.if you have dandruff. This themselves to plant three thousand r
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for other trees that shed their leavesin saloons for the period of the war? FOR SALE BV
winter. This gives a general cleaning .> destructive scurf robs tha.!. hair of its acres to peanuts and one thousandacres Save FuelChurches] This grocer's action surprises local
) : up of both insect and disease lustre, ita strength and its very life, to castor beans. Some troubleis educational institutions people: "'I had bad stomach trouble.All CENTRAL DRUG STOREIHd,71 y
troubles. The white peach scale is and if not overcome it produces a fever being'experienced in getting the homes, legitimate business war activities food seemed to sour and form. gas.
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often found on persimmons and l Uhness and itching of the scalp) the machinery to handle the peanuts.Brevard are handicapped by the lack of Was always constipated. Nothing
thought by many to be a mold. hair roots famish,-loosen and diet then County One farmer is fuel while the breweries and saloons helped until I tried buckthorn bark,
PLUMS the hair falls out fast. Surely get a using a'combination j!Ford i tractor''. in continue\ to waste millions of .tons. Do' glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler-1-ka. ;
Plums are subject to practically the small bottle of Knowlton's Daoderina plowing heavy muck?]land.Twith;, good know that according to the' 1910 ONE SPOONFUL astonished me with

same. troubles as peaches and should, 'rom any drug atora and just try.it. results. The outfit was' in constant census you report the total amount of, its INSTANT action. Because Ad-
operation during the three winter power and fuel used In the productionof ler-I-ka flushes the ENTIRE ailmen-
months. malted liquors is three and one-half tary tract it relieves ANY CASE con* What you want t* quick relief 1 Fere'sa
Oaceola County: The county com- times, as much as that used by the stipation, sour stomach or gas and fifty year old remedy that has proven
missi6ners have set aside $1500 to It has beneficial for millions. it lf.
bakers, and nine times the amount prevents appendicitis. QUICKEST Try your
.; help build dipping vats. It will be action of sold. BSold by all druggists
used by the manufacturers o( boots anything we ever jjlf'
used at the rate of $100 per vatcthe and shoes. Central Drug store.COODTOTHE. era '
I community in which the vat is locat-
ed to make the deficiency the Save Labor-
up
need
At this time when we more
amount !required! for_construction.GIVE men in industry to win the war, why LAST DROP nN
{ JYls not release for this work ,the ,300,000
"SYRUP OF FIQS" men estimated by Charles Stelzle tobe I ISCOVerv

,"" JACKSONVIIiEFIA 'CONSTIPATED. CHILD engaged in the manufacture, 'sale MflXWELLHOUSE ,,

and Save distribution Life- of booze? for.Coughs Colds '

a-o yr Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm The same authority estimates that -
tender little Stomach, Liver: I Bartenders, brewery workers, and Dizzy? Bilious Constipated?*
TIN OLDEST and Bowels. waiters in saloons lose an average of Dr.KinlsNew Pills cause a health jr '
I six years of life on account of .their flow of Bile and rid your Stomach
occupation or, a total' of 1,800,000 COFFEE and Bowels of waste and fermenting
uTHER ESTABLISHED Look at the tongue, mother!I. I of life for the 30 ,OOO men who body poisons. They are a Tonic to- ,.J
coated, your little one's stomach, live: make and sell booze. Figuring thirty your Stomach and Liver and tone the ""'t
; 4Ig SEED HOUSE and bowels need cleansing at once years as the average working per. general system. First dose relieves.
I When peevish, cross, listless; doe n' iod of each man the liquor traffic is ASK YOUR GROCER Get a bottle today._all druggists.

IN sleep] eat or act naturally, or is fever using up in each generation the
FLORIDA ish, stomach sour, breath bad; has' sort equivalent of 60.000 men. _
throat, diarrhoea,, fall of cold, give I Stop this gigantic waste, use this
: S S aSENO teaspoonful of "California Syrup ol food. fuels labor, life to bring victory.
FOX CATALOG ANORON Figs," and in a few liouf all the foul Work for' National Prohibition as, a
WEEK" PRC.1ST. constipated waste, undigested food and war measure. -Union Signal. Buy Less fertilizer---
sour bile gently' moves out of ita little :

? .-e.r bowels without griping, and, you have a Should America Bum Up Good
I well, playful chile again. Ask your Why Coal and Squander Food in the
i druggist for a bottle of "California Breweries? Use More Plant food
5 SEED OPjetter.Crops Syrup of Figs," which contains full
Addison T. Smith)
(Congressman
directions for babies, children: of ail ages }
and forlrOWJIU Because of the scarcity of coal the

{ pa. public schools have been closed, union Farmers don't need advice how to grow their crops or how to .
held in the
churches meetings to are save being fuel, universities are carry on their business, but molt will agree'that it it sensible this year j

Clear YourComplexion being closed, and inmates of'the'hospitals at least to buy less low grade fertilizer and more high grade and to

are suffering from the cold, yet make better use of it. It hat been proven that the larger amount of -

q with This the chimneys of the breweries where plant food bring the best result The war has created the oppor-
throughout the United States,
Old Reliable prohibition is not in effect, are belch- tunity to test again this truth. "Buy lets low grade fertilizer-Use. the

1 ing forth smoke from the thousandsof best high grade and get more plant food OB to the acre"
of RcmedifSUlfHURCOMFOUHD. i tons of coal'that are being burnedto
Heavy yields high class products are necessary ,.
r Send this
manufacture beer. What cone's-! Coupon. ;
I to brine a Lie net profit to the grower. The lz HANCQCKJj tencyl :

A banner record for such remits has been held for Because of the scarcity of sugar Send me your booklet" "Citrui Culture.:"' I expect to use

f the last quarter-century by throughout the country dealers have __..___ton of fertilizer this seaion.
than two
been urged to sell not more

Few ...... ,blad-s.. freckles.blotches and pounds yet per over day 70,000,000 to .any one pounds customer of sugar -, My Name ____________--i-____-______,----____________

Ideal Fertilizers' .and...to bod*.u craptkMM.well M fermr hive*.Mrtouhc CMraa..etc...*cala MM. are annually used in the manufac- My Post Office Address_________________________________
Into idcntlfic compound of sulphur. A"to.tton. ture of beer,' and in nearly onehalfof .
i' a It*toothM-to.and..s.dwat.eIt.edNroot butei takoi MmaUyfew the-- the states 'in this Union the saloons My County ______ -------..-----..:_:------ .State.________ ,

Scad for en Free Books oa all commercial oi UM trouUiMd purtfes the Mood.PhytldaM are open My Crop for
MM thai cuMm*tej DM of Ikerat Does it- pay to permit a traffic '
wr asps'of Florida; also our Spray Catalogue. dectl... Wood purifier* kwnra. Rmrab .. which annually destroys 150,000 lives

Spedal advice gladly giyeu.j -Wa.w...a.m ood Mtn coopUilWilM't sofa*... and costs us nearly $3,000,000,000 in .

I B. _.Ie ask for HANCOCK SUI1Ht1RCOMPOUND. order that a certain class of Individu- '
n IthubraBM*.wtta roar all should not be disturbed in their I.
t d.Rarrrwdtsttrw 25 nan.SOeonlfl hurtful business? Does it pay to per-
Wilson &Toomer Fertilizer Co.:, At lotus I mit the continuation of a business .

at vttrr draoUf. VMcaatwnily 700It whisk breeds paupers; lunatics, and The. 1918.-------------------------------------- ..
Mfrs. Ideal Fertffirers IDBAIr sod hie sad tbs 'SsirHANCOCK itsa.s ass criminals? Does it pay to enlargeour
5.vat..a rasa . I jails, asylums, and almshouses to Subsidiary
K Jacksonville, Fla. nnnuta'Klosaao UOVIO SVLTHV rcatsa ., JCOMrssr take care of those who occupy these
ROOM 608
ao tics institutions as a result'of the liquor I "

fUnunao> .._. raw .-_. Ota. . traffic Is it good sense to refuseto +
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-U.-4 _. admit criminals to this'eountry,
..'..... -- 2J_ oas 'II. - I as 'provided.in> our immigration laws,, .
and allow a.ffaffic' to. exist :which
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THE KISSIMMEE, VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, MARCH IS,. 1918 SEVEN

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LIKE AN ELECTRIC Proceedings' of SOUR, ACID STOMACHS i held by othei1' parties under other I I of Klsslmroee, Florida do hereby an. f fat Klsslmmee, In. th. County .'f (),O('.- .
BUTTON ON TOES- Hedges. or liens; the said sale will beheld I nounce, proclaim and declare that an ola. state of Florida, this .Jthh tiny t>t
1 I GASES OR INDIGESTION at acid place aforesaid on the find election will be held at ,the City Hall February, A. D. 1111.
dav of Starch A. U. 118. at twelveU In said City during the legal hours of (Notary Publlo Seal
'Tell why corn U so painful and the City Council Tape's neutralizes . ( ) o'clock noon and from hour to voting on Saturday, the 30th day of ROMA THOMAS. Seal l
Dlapspsln" excessive )
cutting make' .hour. and day to day. If adJournment. March A. D. 1.11. for the purpose of
says sold In stomach, relieving are necessary until all said collateral electing the fallowing officers; for the Notary Public State of Flordta.

them grow. dyspepsia, heartburn and I. sold; .the said stock and collateralwill term of one year vi..: 11.4t My Commission ,expires Hch.
The Council met In regular session, distress at once; be sold first .. a whole and there, One Mayor. 5th 1.1.
electric button And after the different kinds d stock will One Clerk.
;Press an you
all members Reportsof
r being present. be sold REGISTRATION NOTICE
separately. and the total bids Collector
One Marshal and Tax ,
with Time HI In five minutes aU .tom.ach
form a contact a Jive wire which officers were examined and approved .. If greater than the lump bid for all One Treasurer .
rings the bell. When your Shoes press bills were approved and ordered distress, due to acidity, will' gov Will be accepted If not. equal to the Also, to serve for the term: of v two"ars Notice" hereby given that the Regstratlon .

against your corn .It pushes its sharp paid as follows: No Indigestion, heartburn, sourness, or lump bid for all or loWer then theleparate ,'.. ; Two members of the City Coun- Be open at book.the of office Oeceola of County ,will
I)I Supervisor of
bids will be rejected and the
of eructations of undigested
sensitive and belching or
roots down a nerve gas Registration *
at
upon M.
Kats's
you get a shock of pain. J. 8. Cade!. caLms' mayor ..______130.00( I I I food, no dlzzineis,. bloating, foulbreatb said lump sale bid for will all be will for c.ii.h.be accepted: .the at clli-upfer hereby and appoint K. O. Vans H. N.Agnew Bratton.as J.In.20. Monday March 4th and each week store day or
G. W. Overstreet .aJ.| marshal 75.OOC. .f.ayaM. from COO
Instead of trimming your corns, F. Tlson sal, police ______._u._ 1111.1111 i I I I or headache.Pape's the time of acceptance of bl peotors and Edgar Kata as Clerk of 1:00: p. m. to a.6:00 m td p. m 13:00,: tO and m., and Including from
which merely makes them grow, just J. Z. Roberaon .a1. treas. .....- tS.OO, Dlapepsin is noted for ItSspeed tory to the undersigned.The said' election Monday, May 6th t.18. Any
step into any drug su>re' and ask for J. R. Gilbert. sal. clerk U C-.lixi.ou. I in regulating upset stomachs. proceeds the of sale will be applied In witness. whereof t have hereuntoiet lector wh... name Is not now qualified on the
of ounce'of trec. >This Lewis o'Hryan city attorney ____ Z6.00 It Is the surest, quickset stomach sweetener a. specified. tp said pledge agree.ment. my hand a. Mayor of said City and Registration books may register Th.
a quarter an n' Ten notice of auch.sale ishereby
days said City to be
( State Bank of Kiss, rent ___ 4ii.no. caused the seal of books In the
other
n I. in the whole world and besides It precincts of Osceola
r will cost but little bit is sufficient given. Any Information desired 28th of Feb.
very KI... Tel. Co., Vhone rent ...... ..00 hereunto affixed this day county :will open Monday March
to remove every hard ''or soft F. H. Lawson sal. mbr. council-. 5.00 :I is harmless. Put an end to stomach as >to said Indebtedness, notes or ruarr. A. D. ,191$. and close Monday, april 1st. 4th,

,com or callus fromone's feet. A few W. W., Carson sal. mbr. council 5.00 liitress at ones by getting a large fifty- I collateral furnish will which begiven the undersigned Its office can In (Seal) JOHN S. CARRIE: K'! KATZ.IVatkaaj .
at of
Roma Thomas sal. mbr.-,counolL. 5.00 Mayor ef the City 1-St
from 4
Bent case of Pape's Dispppsln any Supervisor Registration.
directly tender the of Jacksonville Florida. No .
drops applied upon a n. K. Haley sal.' mbr. council.. B.OOHowell I City Klsslmmee.. Florida !
store. You realize in five minutes
nag more of the property pledged will he '
the in-
aching corn stops soreness Bass ..1. mbr. council.. 6.00 Attest ,
how needless It is to suffer from indigestion I sold than Is sufficient to pay the d.bt.ecur..d "
atantly, and noon the corn shrivels up O. MTaylor.. STOC. for'charity 6.00 . .J. R.-01T.BERT. i 'n TEE COVMTV COVET IN AND VON
the
so it lifts right out, root and nil. without Livingston .A Tlson wood for C H 'S.'60Valley dyspepsia' or any stomach disorder I by FINANCING pledge agreement.RANKERS COMPANY City Clerk. HjSt OSCKOL.A COUNTY STATE 4>r
dasette stationery ...... 1.10 caused fermentation due toexcessive .
pain. This drug f reecone is harmless J. M. WoodalU sal. supt. 8t. work 76.OO acids by in stomach. I 18.("Signed) By J. It. Anthony Jr, I NOTICE TO CRKDITOHB 4 .I FLORIDAATTACHMENT! '
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and never inflames or even irritates Warren Wayman St. work .... 16.00 P. ,
the surrounding skin. J. R. Ollbert. clerk. freight and -' I. C...* .f the Coast Ja.sre. OaeeIar .
teleitrams (shell) ............... S7.41 REGISTER NOW. I NOTICE ....,* State ef Flerlea.re AKStTMPSIT! DAMAGES .1.*..*
W .& C Oro. Co., mule feed ,--..- 410.1. The registration books are now open I. Kmtft. .f A. W. WI... 01. Hardware C.....,., a C.rp.
CEMETERY CLEANING Stout Lumber Co., Ibr. St. work 77.87J. at every precinct in.Osceola coun Notice Is hereby 'given that a specialmeeting I To. all Creditors, Legatees. Distributees ..tt... PlalattlsT.
J. Dann, shoeing mule. ...... 4.00 ef the Stockholders of the and all Persona Having Claim. or '..
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The of Shingle Creek will and tax-
people Kiss. Concert Band' donation....' CO.00 ty. Register pay your poll KissimmeeCattle Company to take the Demands against said Estate: Ray. ...f.......
meet at the cemetery on Saturday Chapter House donation ....... 26.00 your vote will be needed this year. I place of the annual meeting will beheld Tou and *aeh. 'of you are hereby notified -

morning, March 23, for the purpose of R. C. Weaver sal. scavenger. .... 60.00/ at the office of the Company In and reenlred to sresent aay 'I'o Nathan Ray Philadelphia. Pa.,
cleaning the premises. All per. Floyd Yat.... sal. scavenger \*... 50.00 the city of Klsslmmee. Florida. at ten claims and demands which >ou. or And all others whom It may concern
up Mose Crowder. aal. sexton ....... SO.00 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSFOR o'clock a. m., on the XSrd day of March either of you may have against ,the It appearing by return of the Sheriff
sons interested in the work'. are urged R. 8. Floyd. mule feed ........ 2.00 1(18. to elect directors and transact estate of A. W.,Wlnn deceased late of ot Osceola County Florida. upon the
to be present to assist Lee Neal extra police _........*. 1.00 such other business as may come before. OsceolaCounty. Florida.' to the.under ummona leaned In this case that you
Q. N. Combs .extra police ...... 14.00J. the meeting. signed Executrix of said estate, within are a hon-realdent of the State of Flor-
.W.. B. Crawford Lee Jsrr.I3.I . R. Gilbert. clerk pay. roll St. SALE Desirable home located at Dated March 6. 918. two years from the date hereof.Dated ida and that you are a .resident of
hands for Feb.......__.__.__..106.60J 405 play street. ,Will sell at a bargain KISaiMMBK CATTLK COa.'lpANY.Telfair February llth, *1118. Philadelphia State of Pennsylvania
CRAWFORD ft JARRELLATTORNEYSAT.LAW : .K. Gilbert clerk advanced as I expect to leave Klsslmmee.Mrs. Knight Secretary BERTHA 1* WINN. .nd plaintiff applying to this Court for
witness fees for MCA. supplies 4.00 > Catherine Whitney. 18StpdNOTICH It-tt t.1t> Executrix. Notice of Institution of this suit, to be
Austin Western Road Mch. Co. "* published according to. law
,
you are
4 - Offices 4. 6 9 and 7 dltisenj repairs on tirades .._..-..--"'. 9.19 OF APPLICATION, FOR ,TAX: SOUTHERN, UTILITIES. COMPAAY NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR LET. hereby Botlfled that the above suit was
Sam Lupfer Bee., pay roll F.. I>. 117.onLupfer DEED <. TItUS! PATENT AND INCORPORATION instituted In the above Court .n the
Bank BuildingS A Prather sup. for F. D. ..S8DeLeon hu.i. Notice Is hereby given that the an. 11th day of February. A. D. 1.1S, the 3
Notice Is S.t.. Ber-
Klsslmmee Florida Borings Shell Co., shell li<>.*4Usceola given that naual meeting the stockholders of, same being a suit In Asaumpatt Claim.
Hdw. Co.. supplies i .... 14.20 gert and George. W. Luke purchasersof the Southern Utilities Company. will Notice 'i hereby given that tile undersigned lag damages In the sum of One Hun.
J. C. OrllTln. shop work. san dept. 37.05/ Tax Certificate No. 178 dated the sth l>4 held at the office of the Company will on the 2nd day of April. dred Dollar, andcarrying a Writ of
; DR.: W. W. CARSON J. C. UrlfTln. shop work. St. dept. 1.16 day of July In A. D. 1115.' have filed said Klsslmmee Osceola County. Florid.. A. IX 1)18 apply to the Ooverior jof Attachment and the Sheriff of Oeceola
certificate and
J. U. 'Ollbert. pay'Toll St. hands my office have mad. on Tuesday. March Seth. 1918 at II the State of Florida foe Letters Patent I County. Florida br. rlrtuo of the said
DENTIST for March __'_ __.___________18.00 application for tax deed to Issue In o'clock noon for the election of directors incorporating STEVENS AUTO Writ of Attachment has seised and lev.ed .
W. A. Joiner sal. supt. L I' ______160.00 accordance; wIth law. Said certificate for the ensuing year. and for the TRANFER COMPANT. under the fol. upon as your property the follow.'
."::1 -jrOffl .-o*-,.HPttl'y..Bulldln,;<-.' S..'.m".9ardr..lJr".1l..L..l, lt. .II 2.6Q embraces the following- described transaction of any and all businesS that lowing proposed Charter and Articles lag described real estate In the County

Office Hours: I-11. 1-6 Y. It. Kills. enr, E L. P'ii;: ;;ik."ij: .60 ''property)" situatedlrvOso.... ,;. .ol,,-" ...County." -- may comer-.before.themeeting..,'-,_,,. ,?', oflneeeporatton.acopy0L. ,ftMcJ b has i, of Osceola. State of Florida to-wlt,
? GA.** 'Phone It* Residence 'PhoBS .> Turn Miller,' lineman E ft.f '.:.';_ 15.00 Florida of to8BU 8EH-- : Section. SO In Township New York.r ,. March 6th, -1918 ' ""' been- filed In the Office of the $erriar7, JUQtOnaU..0t' Osoeala*..8nbdl vision'
Oas Administered for Extraction .. Chas. Thompson enirr. H L,. P-_ 82.60 T. .W. MOKFAT of'State for the -State-of 'Florida. '' ; '>f TSftts -Seven m "and Blentof
: Tooth Will Yates fireman K L I'n____ 6K/ .no 16 South. Range 27 East. I,.!t. Secretary.NOTICK Block "F" of R. H. P. Drouknfs Ad.
T. C. Watson labor. E L, P ...___ 7.50 The said land b.lnl.ea.ed at the OTIS STEVENS .1' dillon to the Town of Kfaalmmee.
I.. Lutt labor. K L, P ______u__ 7.82 date of Issuance of said certificate In OF APPLICATION FOR J. E. BROWN Florida, therefore you are hereby notl-
LEWIS O'8RT AM A. I;:. Thomas, aal. collector _--_ '75.00 the name of C. M. Candy. Unless said ,TAX DKtCD W. J.-8TpEI> fled and ordered to appear In said

Tucker Urlck Co.. wood _______.600.00 certificate. shall be redeemed accordingto A11TI.CLE8 OF INCORPORATIONWe suit on or before the April Rules, the
ATTORNEY.AT.LAWWarinc Valley Oasette cards for Bt. and'at..r law tax deed will Issue thereon on Notice Is hereby given that E.: D. the undersigned hereby associate same being the 1st day of April A. D.
.. '\ Statements .__._______ SCO the lUh day of April A. D. 1918. Malloy purchaser of Tax CertificateNo. ourselves together for the pur. Bin. It Is further ordered that this
Building.. n. I* StarlIng tapping water J. Lv OVERSTREET B dated the 6th day of July A. I). of. becoming a body politic under order be published In the Klsslmmee
main and lalor ______-._____n III."A Seal) Clerk.Circuit Court Os 1914. has riled said certificate In my the pone laws of the State of Florida, ..nc' Valley Gazettea weekly' newspaper
Dscnola Motor Cq., supplies .... '.66 ceola County .Florida. office and has made application for wo hereby declare that the .followArticles !-!.; I published and of general circulation In
Pat Johnston 'O. P, Oarreti Wenner-Sawyer Co., supplies .. .88 U-6t By S. H. Bullock I). C. tax deed to Issue In accordance with -of Incorporation shall rontltute the County of Oeceola and State of
Mine. Mill A Supply Co.. supplies 44,6OOsceola. law. Said certificate embraces the following .. and be the Charter of aald Florida once 'a week for -thirty days.
JOHNSTON ft GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW .. Hd.w. Co.. supplies _n__ 70.38 NOTICH OF SALE OF COLLATERAL described property situated hi'' Corporation. (I Witness the Honorable T. M. Murphy

,.- A. R. Thomas, refunds ------120.18 Jack.onvlli-pj: : ;,', March II 118.Td Oaceola Count, Florida to-wlf. Lot ARTICLE I. as Judge of said Court and my name
Lupfer .A Prather repairs anel.tire. Four (4) Section 1, Township Thirty- as Clerk thereof and the seal of said
for motor truck T4.24 A. K. Uonegan Esq. Klsslmmee, 31 Range (84) The name of this Corporation -.11 Court, at Klsalmmee Osceola
Unnn one ( ) Southv Thirty-four County '
Offices 10 11 and 12 Citizens Bath Fla. bo
TRANSFER COM
A. R Ollbert. Has for motor truck llii.60 : East. 'I STEVENS AUTO Hate of Florida on this tSth day of
Building -,1 J. C. Orlffln shop work ___..... 1.00 You are hereby notified that underand The said land being assessed at the PANT.and the principal place of business February A. D. U18. ,
t Communication from R In pursuance of that certain pledge shall be In the City of KIsBlmmeo' ,
Klsslmmee. Fla. Y. Way relative date of, the Issuance of said certificateIn I J. I* OVERSTRBHT.
I to paying certificate afralnst I..ft agreement dated August* 26th. A. D. the name of J. T. Smith. Unless County of Osceola State of Florlil.i, (County As Clerk of said Court.
4 Block "A" of R. II. P. Droughts 181.. executed by you to Bankers Financing said certificate shall be redeemed according -; but the Board of Directors may establish Court Heal) 11-It
Company and the and branch offices other from
Addition referred to powers law at places
city attorney forattention. to tax deed will issuethereon
authorities therein conferred and the on the 16th day of April A. time to time as may be desired., NOTICE! TO CREDITORS
Mr. H. B. Aultman met with council notes or (and) renewals thereof given D. 1918. ARTICLE II. { -

to ascertain whether or notthe street hereunder for the total Indebtedness J. 1... OVERSTREET. The general nature of the busing"or .. C.... .f the Ceto. F J.4a-e, Oewals
G CIIRSOJ FRDDlER committee had taken any definite aCt to under become said due pledge, matured...agreement and ,unmatur.due and Clerk Circuit Court businesses to be transacted .....1 C....,., State .( ..........
lion In reward drainage In west and 11-tt Osceola County, Florida.. conducted by'this Corporation shall be I -, -
ed. and for all advances for Insurance
north Klsslmm The committee adVised premiums for all costs and to deal In, buy sell operate, and let .. r. Rstate .( D. a. A...... -
Mr. A'ultman that work would sale and a reasonable expensesof NOTICH OK APPLICATION FOR for hire automobiles, motorcycles ind To all Creditors, Legatees, Dlstrlbu-
be commenced at an early date to bet for services In connection attorney'sfee with TAX DICED motor vehicles;: of. every kind naturt tees and all Persons havingClaims
ter conditions of same. and description) to ba:lId. maintainand or Demands-against said Estate
sale, and for all Indebtedness
SELLSFire The following resolution was Intro" said coveredby Notice Is hereby given that Alex operate buildings, storage heuses You, and each of you. are hereby no-
pledge
agreement evidenced
now
\ duced and unanimously adopted: by notes described In said Haynes purchaser of Tax Certificates and garages for the storing caring for Ined and required to present any
R..I...... No. leu and I64R dated. the Ith day and keeping for hire therein of automobiles claims and demands which you. or
pledge agreement and
the revised
- Life Accident and Resolved: That the salaries of the Schedules; "A" "B" and "C." the total of t.UI"o.Ailf.. alJ4il and Tax 1'i.tith i motorcycles and! motor vehicles either of )'ouJ. may have against the
various officers be fixed for the en.u. of aafd dated of every kind' nature and description estate of D. 8. Austin deceased; late
principal notes
being 171.11.8
InK year as follows: day of July A. D. 1.16. has filed said ; ; and generally to buy, se'l of Osceola County. Florida to the .un.
Health Plate Glass, Liability Salary of mayor ...____...130.00 authorised that the undersigned by said pledge as provided agreement and certificates In my office, and has made and deal In all goods wares and merchandise dersigned executor of said estate '.
\ Salary of Marshal and Tax and under the Jaws of the State of, application f.r tax deed to Issue In accordance -' necessary or Incidental to within two year. from the date hereof.. 3
collecter ... with law. certificates Dated February 4th A. D.
1.080.00 Said
---? ?-- will the operation repair or equipment of mi.
and Boiler Insurance.- Salary of Clerk _..._._.:: 1.200.00: : Florida.Florida at public .ale'at Klaslm-. embrace the following described property automobiles motorcycles or motor vehicles Q. F. AUSTINt ,
nice at banking house of Cltlsene .
Halary of Treasurer ______ 300.OO Bank of Kisstmmee.sell the fol. situated In Osceola County. Florida of any and all kinds, manufactures $-, i Exeoutor.MOTICB .
Salary of members of council 16.00 to-wlt: Lot. Eleven (11) and Sixteen and description; to own equip
ft", Legal Bonds Executed ,for each regular meeting and one said lowingdescribed collateral secured. by 41*) Block Fifty (50),- Lot Fourteen maintain, and operate a general\ transfer Of EXECUTOR
pledge
agreement
dollar for called meetings. : (14) Block Fifty (50); Lot Nine (F. Flesh pjeefcararefr-
' % One hundred and twenty-nine (IX*) business by mean. of vehicles. ;c
I' Returns. from the executive (Commit (8) Block Forty-nine (49) and Lot Ten -
sharea of stock of Cltlsens taxicabs and automobiles, operated by
Same Day Needed. tee holding the Whit. Mans primary Klsslmmee. Florida the Bank of (10) Block Forty-nine' (U) of Marydla. el..ctrlcl gasoline or other motor power I. C..e r* ef Cmmmtr .oJ..... Oeeeetaj
1 election was filed as follows: certificates No. IX for represented fi shares by The said land being assessed at the , with and by which to transfer c..t,.. Stale .f Florida.i .
To the City Council of the City of KIs- 82 for I shares ; certificateNo. date of Issuance of said certificate transport convey, and haul passengerand '
I elmmee ,Fla.. 21 for'I shares-certificate; ;certificateNo. No, 78 the name of 8. O. Smith Q. Anderson travelers and for the accommodation re Kstate ., Llaale Me* leyl
OFFICE: Stats Bak Boll.li Oentlemen'J for 10 ahares; certificate No. 74 for 10 M. J. Maswell .and George Murphy. of the traveling public generallyand Notice la hereby gives to all whom
We. the executive committee the shares; certificate No 75 for 10 shares Unless said certificates shall be redeemed to haul. tranSport and convey baggage It may .,concern that on the Slat day
Whit. Man's party of Klsslmmee here. certificate No. T6 for 10 shares certificate .; according to law tax deed will boxes, parcels and any and all of July A. D. IMS. I shall apply to the
i tt'I by certify that at the primary elec No. 77 for 1 share; certificateNo. ) issue thereon on the 16th day of April.A. uch like article. that may be for honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of said
I lion held In said city on the 2nd day of 8X for 10 shares; certificate No. 88 D. 1(18. transfer or transportation and to doa court, as Judge of Probate for mJ"nnal
March to nominate candidates for the for 10 shares; certificate No. for 10 J. L. OVERSTREET. general transfer business *or the accommodation discharge as Executor of the
,I" ,- various, offices to be filled In the city shares; certificate No. 90 for 4 shares Clerk Circuit Court of the public generallyfor estate of L.lssle Moseley deceased; and
The Dining Room of the of Klsslmmee at the' general ,election certificate No. *X for'46 shares. ,,' ,"; ", IS-tt I Osceola County, Florida hire; and for the purpose' of carrying that at the same time I will present
to.be held on the last Saturday In Thirty (80)) shares of stock of the on the business aforesaid to buy, my Anal accounts as Executor of Said
March, ln8. the following were nominated State Bank of Eau Oallle Florida. IN TIIH DISTRICT COURT OF THE sell and convey. .exchange lease, mortgage estate and ask for their approval
Manhattan Hotel : by three certificates for represented 10 UNITED STATES FOR THE or encumber real estate or othei Dat.d January tcth A. D. 1915.
Mayor J. Bt Cadet. shares each. SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF property, personal or mixed, as the EQOLE8TON WILBOURN.

U Now OpenMrs. Q.For M. City Council: Roma Thomas and Five hundred (500) shares of stock FLORIDA same shall be necessary, and generallyto 7-Ioamm 'EaOCutor.I
Taylor do all things that be I
of the Oraystone Hotel of may necessaryto
For City Clerk J. R. Ollbert. Klsslmmee Florida Company Ja.,. A. v.. Yeast, .. Trns'tee t c:*.. the conducting the said business. NOTICR OF EXECUTOR
R. B. Svsf Owner mud Mr. For City Treasurer J. Z. Roberson. certificate ,No. 10. represented by p'.'...". For Marshal and Tax Colector O. Five Hundred (600) shares of stockof AgelesS ARTICLE HI. .. C.... ., C..ty. Jmtf*,, O.ee.ICeusty .
W. Overstreet.For .the Klsslmmee Cattle Clifford W. Dr... ... '.IIU.' It. The amount of the Capital Stock of State of Fl..'....
Executive Committee: Milton KUMlmmee. Company of ..*. ala wIfe The SeaalBele Lead this Corporation shall be Ten Thousand .
Pledger A. J. MarDonouvh. C. A, Car certificate No.Floridarepresented 17 for 100 shares by Bad lavrstsaeBt CoasBaB?. Ia.... It. S.FI (810,000.00) dollar., to b, divided !. iw Estate of Jea> TV. Saalthi
J. W. THOMPSON son. Z. Bass and H. M. Kats. No. 18 for 100 ahares: certificateNo. ; certificate .y.. 4$. 1". K...... Joke Kay ... Into Two Hundred (800) Shares, of the Notice Is hereby given I to h whom
We hereby request that these names 1* for 100 shares; certificate No. G. ... H. Hate De-feBdBBta. par value of Fifty (860.00) Dollars It may cbncern that on the 1st day of
be placed on the official ballot to be 20 for 100 shares certificate each. which said Capital Stock may be August A D. 191$, I shall apply te..
voted for at the General Election to 100 shares. ; No. XI for By virtue of a decree of foreclosureand mid for either In cash" or In property, the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge of
I: Funeral DirectorAND be held In this city on March 30 1915. Life Insurance policies No. 296701 of sale made and entered by the District labor or ervlces. at a just valuationto ; aald Court. as Judge of Probate for
W. C. BAFlI'IEMIL the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company Court of the United State. for be fixed by the Incorporator.. or br my final discharge as Executor of the
MACH for Ten Thousand Dollars ($10.. the Southern District of Florida. held the Directors, at a meeting called for estate of John' W. Smith deceased;
Z. BASS 000.06) and No. 468810 of the New ; at Jacksonville therein on November \hat purpose. ( and that at the same time I will present .
C. A. CARSON York Life Insurance Company for Ten list 117 In the above entitled cause ARTICLE IV. my flaal accounts as Executor of
' Executive Committee. Thousand Dollars (810.000.00) of the I. as Special Master appointed for such The Corporation shall have succession aid estate, and ask for their approval
On motion the above report was received life of A. E. Donegan and. assigned by : purpose by the said decree will sell at by Its Corporate name perpetually Dated: January 2i. A. D. It 1S.THUR8TON V
I LICENSED EMBALMER and ordered spread on the mlnuf the said A. E. Donegan In due form ,, public auction to.the highest bidder at and Is to exist perpetually 8. SMITH.
. I s. and ,the marshal to".d clerk were and manner prescribed and required the front door of the County CourtHouse l-lam6m Kxrotitor.
_, Instructed to arrange g the by the Insurance Campanles Issuingsaid of Osreola County at the City ARTIVLE'V.The ".
Store'and Chap,I, Stewart AT. annual election called by the mayor to policies. of Klsslmmee Florida on the thirtieth business' of the Corporationshall NOTICE TO CREDITORS
, be held .on March JOlh. 1818. and to One Hundred (100) shares of stockof day of !>March 118 at twelve o'clock be conducted by a President. one
I Klsstmmee. Fla. place the names of the nominees on the the United Land and Investment noon. the following; described premises or more Vlee-Presldents.: a Secretary .. C*... of the -.F Jmiff., .State ..1FIend.
'official. ballot to be voted on said date. Company. of Klsslmmee, Florida. to-wlts I II and a Treasurer and such other officers ., Omrrmtm C..B.,..
There1 being no further business the And al...\. all the right, title and interest I AH tractional Sections One (1)). Two and agents as may from time to .. re 10.'.'. .f .......... N. rhllllpa.
<> + ouncll adjourned to meet In regular of said A. E. Uonegan In and to (2) and Threje (1) : all Section Nine time be elected or appointed and by aBoard To all Creditor., Legatees. Distribu
1.: session Tuesday April 2nd. A. p. 1918 any. "nd all other shares of stock. 1(8) ; all fractional Sections Ten (10), of Directors consisting of not tees and all Persons having; Claimsor
I M. TILLER at 7:30 p. m. pledged under said pledge agreement Eleven (11) and Twelve (IS) ; all Sec. less than three nor more than five Demands against said Estate:
J' F. 1[. LAWSON,; not specifically set forth above and tion Thirteen (18): all fractional Sections members. The offices of the Secretary You, and each of you.are hereby notified
n. GILBERT. President. not now In the actual possession of the : Fourteen. ( ". Fifteen (15) and and Treasurer may be held by one and and required to present; any
f Real Estate Agency. I Clerk. Bankers FinancingCompany! being Sixteen (II) ; the North-east quarter: the. same person. Tho Board of Directors claims and demands which you, or
North-east quarter of the North-wen! shall b.. elected by the Stockholders either of you may have against the
quarter; South halt of the North-west at their annual meetingon tha estate of Jeanette N. Phillips, deceased .
! +::0..0 9 H; 0 oo U O ;.UOO'O tO tto H-O-MOOt ; quarter. and South half of Section Seventeen third Tuesday In January of each :year late of Osceola County. Florida to
Realty bought and okt 0 O t 0 0 UU WE all l In Township 2S South' beginning the year A. D. 11111. The the undersigned Executorof said
'. Houses Range L containing' accordingto stockholders of this Corporation shallat estate, within two year. from the date
rented.
United States surveys In the State the first meeting or as soon thereafter hereof.Dater.
t- Taxei paid and Titles verified of Florida. 6765.DO acres situated In as possible adopt the necessary -December 24th, A. D. HIT.8CEVA .
;' Osceola County Florida: excepting and By-Laws for the government of the B. PHILLIPS
' for non-residents.: reservinghowever,. ouLof the above Corporation and the officers shall beelected '-$t Executor.

Fire. Life and Accident laurance. 1 Tax Notice described premises, twenty (20) acres appointed as prescribed by
))1. .- on the easterly shore of Live Oak. Lake the lly.IAlwa NOTICE OF EXECUTORS FOR FINAL
FJ now used and Improved\ a. a banana, The following named persons shall DISCHARGE.
plantation. be the officers to conduct the businessof .
: Indemnity Bond Dated. November 21st 1A17. this corporation until the officers '
J. L. OVERSTREET. who shall be elected at the first election !. Coaaty ".dlf"'. Ceirrt.. Oareola c....

i I-. 11.4t' Special MasterfOMMISSIONKM'S of officers shall be .qualified: 'I 4,. State of Florida. -.
Otis Stevens President.J .
I ALK I K. Brown Vice-president. .. re Estate of Margaret I'':, Kecfeeaderfer. .
KISSIMMEE FLA Feb. 4 1918'I W J.
u.oOOto Wd"4+ Steed Secretary and Treasurer. ,
,.: "o"1 I f. re' '' Hsat of ( ..or... II. Tsnisn. Becesseil. I anti Otis Stevens, J. E. Brown and \V. ,
J. Steed shall be the Directors.
: .Notle.'ls hereby ,given to all whom

| C. W. GRIFFIN jj Notice is hereby given that the Notice Is hereby given tlmt undor hlRhest ARTICLE amount yr.Trff of.. Indebtednessor May It may A.concern I). 191*that. we on will the apply 14th day to the of

and by virtue of an ordr IHHUIM! t>>' liability t>> which this Corporation Hon T. Murphy, Judge of said Court
lion. Jnmes. W TerklnH, Jti'lw of th.' ran at 11 in': time subject Itself Is Ten all Judge of Probate, for our final discharge
: Seventh Judicial circuit of Ih,. $tat.' Thousand (IUO.ODO.OII Dollars. as Executors of the estate of
I Staple and FancyGROCERIES tax books of Osceola Countyfor : ''of "Florida on the SOth day of JanunrxA. '. Margaret ij:. Kochenderfer deceased.and .
1). IHltt I. alt C'rimmlHHloiK-r. will soil ARTICI.K VIf that at the same time we will pre-'
at Public Auction Sale at the ilnor of 't..... names and residence of thsulmrrlblnir <. Kent oum llnal Recounts as Executors: of
t. the collection of the "the 'ourt House 'Barlow.. Florida I ncorpora tor". together said eflfnte and ask for their approval.
: 191 7 to the highest and bent blddi-r. for with the number of shares-of the Capital Iated November 6th. A. D.'1B17.
cash during the legal hour. of ..nl<.. Stock subscribed by each set op CLARA Kf, HUT8OX
on Monday the first day of April. A. P. posite his name are as follows: 'v. M. 1ILJTSON.Executor..
:, taxes will close 1918. the following I described real I Name. Residence. No, of Shares .
t promptly; on estate, situate In the County of I'olk Otis Stevens, Klsstmmne, Florida IS \Y. H. CRAWFORD.
Free all
Delivery to Parts for Executors. <
and State of Florida to-wlt: J. E. Brown Klsslmmee. Florida" 2 Attorney lm- .nt

< of the City Lot Four (4) In Section One (1)), and 'Y. J. Steed KIsBlmmre, Florida ,01
I April first. All_ taxes not paid Lot Two (I) In Section Two (2) and IN WITNESS WHEREOF' we haVe AlnU .!lTRATOR'S NOTICE
; the north one-half of Lots Three; and hereunto set our hands and seals this

: .... .....0..000000.0 Four (8 and 4) In Section Two (2) and 27th day of February A. I>. Ikl8. .. Court of .Coessy Judge.. Stale ef .
that the south one-half of the southeast OTIS STEVENS (Seal Florida
by date will be
subject to quarter of Section Two (2)all In J. E. BROWN (Seal) I. re Estate of Geerge' B. T.t.....
,For Indigestion Constipation or Township Twenty-nine (29) South \V, J. STEED (SealSTATE ) ,
Range (29) Kaat less the _Ia County
Twenty-nine
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Biliousness OF FIX>RIDA
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all costs. southwest quarter of the southeast COUNTY OF" OHCEOLA ) N tioel\ hrlcrtv given to all whomIt .
Just try' one 50-cent bottle of LAXFOSWITH quarter of Section Two1 (2), Township may concern. that on the 20th day ef
: PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive ,.Twenty-nine (29) South, Range BE IT KNOWN: That.before me, theundersigned April A. D 118. I shall apply te the
Twen'l
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ty-nine (29) East
Honorable ef II'd
T. M. Judge s
Laxative pleasant to tike. Made and C. L. BANDY Polk. State of Florida. th- State of Florida. County >.f Osruiiln Court, a. Judge Murphy.of Probate for tar!
recommended ta the public by Paris Medicine Dated at KIsHlmmee, Florida this personally appear.d. Otis fit J"en- J. final discharge a. Administratrix of
118. K Brown and W. J. Bleed to in t w.-l .
February 18th. the estate of George B. Tatman, deceased
manufacturers Laxative Broroo WJI, C. ZEPPERER. known and known to be the IndivlJii, ; and that at the same time Swill
Quinine and Grove's Tasteless' chill Tonic. Tax Collector of Osceola, unt;, .1 11--ft As Commissioner.M als In and who subscribed their, name present to said Court my flnal a.>
: to the foregoing' proposed Cturtor. : and counts .. Admnllstratrlz of said ....
Visiting card the Val. At:'UK'S PROCLAMATION they acknowledged before nm that tate and ask for their approval.Dated .-.
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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY MARCH', 1918 .
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: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . the 'State Song' to be sung to the tune + .1 7. .1I I I. "
of 'Maryland, My Maryland,' and that I ENTERTAINING RECITAL !
it is recommended for use in the daily + +,I
: Society Notes .JJ exercises the public schools of the I The music and expression recital WELL THE WAR ,.

.JJ state of Florida, all well as at all pub- given at the high school auditorium .
.. lic gatherings where singing forms a Friday night was well attended by I "
part of the prpgram." < an attentive audience. Every numberon j }
(Mr. .E. E. Wells, Editor.) The song is as follows: the program was well receive .'
"FLORIDA MY FLORIDA. though several of the young enter- IS STILL RAGING

Request I* made to aH patron of the Valley Gazette to send items Land of land my, birth, bright sunkisscd tainers were before making the public.their first appearance j'

for in these colams.i Florida Florida. One feature of evening which
.f Society Event to the Editor publication my the i il the
Laved by the gulf and ocean grand, carried a strong pat.rlotlcnote was and the America boy are giving the Germam-fiti, and. to
t ;. Florida my Florida.Of the pantomime "Tramp, Tramp, '
. . . . . . . '" I 0 0 . . , 0 q 0 I ,I 0 I H+ all the States in East or West Tramp by little' Miss Irene Cut Price Grocery tiring oar competitors fit*. That i il what.the people

.. Unto my heart thou art the best; in uniform. Charlie Reg! ro rendered '
+ RECEI"TJON'UG EL Y ATTENDED I SPLENDID: MEETING OF KISSIMMEE Here may I live, here may I. rest, the song with a cornet obligate by 8&'. W. are cutting every expense potable and firinf it to the peer -
i.i WOMANS CLUB Florida, my Florida.In Mrs. Verner Ellis, 'while' Miss Irene
interpreted the sentiment. ,, So effective i pie I. Ten do my own sweeping and cleaning-ain't that.awful? We
wellas country ,town on hills'and'dells, was the number that the audience I
tourist Is well advanced One of the most interesting as "
," While the Interest season in the regular inspiring meetings of the season Florida mv: Florida. requested that it be given a second 1 are 'trying, to help other a* well a* ourselves and work don't, hurt us.
the
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receptions' at the was hold by the Kissimmee Woman's .The rythmic chimes of thy .school time. This was done at the close of
evening '
Tuesday '' bells, the We everybody' trade much or little. .
appreciate ,
Club' afternoon at the Hart
:Hart Memorial is unabated and nearly Tuesday\ Florida. program.Program
Flordia, :
thin Memorial building. It has been the my
.a hundred guests were present the custom of this club this winter' to use Will call thy children 'day .by day (a) Southern Melody__Frances Terryb I .

week.charming Mrs.,hostess J. Z. Roberson and received was the patriotism as the key note of their To Firmly learn to to stand walk for the thee patriot for s aye way, (( )) Nimble Sailing _Fingers_.....-__' Frances' .L. E.Terryc Orth I Graham Floor, sack _______. .39 Kerosene Oil. gaL ........ .15

A delightful program of meetings and this program was. no :Florida, my Florida. Eleanor OverstreetMonologue"Little .15 Compound Lad Ib .....__ .25
''readings and musical numbers was exception to the rule. Yellow Cora Meal pkc. :__.
BusyBody"Jane spool .. _________ .05
Miss E. Frances 30"es. Thread .
secretaryof
rendered. Every selection wa encored Thy golden fruit the world outshines, May Wheat, 100 Ib. ._\ 4.50 '
and a numbers of the entertainers the Natioonal Y. W. C. A: of Canada 'Florida, my Florida. Pantomime: -Tramp, Tramp, Tramp, Broom Palmetto ?____,__. .60 .
with several favorites. ; with headquarters at Toronto, Beat Scratch Feed 4.25 Y e
responded '
generously Thy gardens and thy phosphate mines Irene Ingram ,
National Oats. box ________ .11 ,
The'''Pl'elrNm. follows: was present and gave a practical talkon Florida, my Florida. Kiss of Spring.__...W.lter..RoUe. Florida Can Syrup aL. 1.00
Piano selection Miss Mamie Pilley. the activities of the organizationshe Yield their rich store of good supply Johnnie "Cape' ? ,. -, M. en Oats ___r_________:..llWlsard
"Darkey's Innocence,""Ollvine Sav- 'represents., Miss.Jones hi in Kis To still the voice of hunger's cry- The Old Fffer _____: 'Pauline' Phelps Pillsbury 'Flour., 24 ?..'..1. 1.70 Wash Soap: ft bar ..' .25
simmee on ''a well earned vacation
:age. (b) "Bud Explains. For thee we'll live; for'thee we'll. die Lois Overstreet
i "My Dolly's Going to be Married," previous to the strenuous season ap- Florida, my Florida. Schubert', Serenade _. ..__ Heller, Self-ruin FI.. 24 lb.' sack 1.60 Faacr Pecke, ________-__ .17
Sanderson., proaching. She gave an interesting Lillie Hansen .' 12 lb. Mck Self-rUinf Flour .85
:Mary 1 .05
Potted Meat 'c.. _______
Piano selection Eleanor Overstreet. account of the field camp work for The oppressor's rod can't rest on thee, The Raggedy Man .,__--..*-.. Riley .10
Reading Alta Ruth Overstreet. girls of her country where the organized -' Florida, my Florida Williametta Sibert Granulated Sugar. lb. -_ ,Beef. Pork & Veal Loaf. cast .15

"Wing Song," Eleanor Rosen. (b) effort Is being made to care for Thy norm and daughters free must 'be, Selection. .' ___.u:'_..___... A. Sartorio Lord Calvert Coffee -_____. .34 Cora, Beef Hash. CM __.... ,.13
the and eliminate waste. In Florida.
"'Reminding the-Hen. crops Florida my Louise Regero -
"The 'Old Fife," Lois Overstreet, the absence of many of the men who From North and South, from East Arnold Winkleriect _.__ Montgomery Vesper, a rood coffee -. .30 Vienna Sausage can _____. .10

.accompanied by clarinet solo, "Van- are' across the seas, the girls from the and West, Hector Porch Pherigo Arbnckle' Coffee _______ .24 Cream of Wheat plur.. .__. .24
best families who home blasts for '
tee Doodle." i girls are Prom freezing they cote DaffodilArthur Granfield
"This Is the Way You Look" (b) from schools and colleges, are joining ,rest Lelia McCranie Yale Coffee ______________ .39 Western Pork CIao, lb. ____ .35
-"Cause I'm Ten" Williametta, Sibert 1 these camps and are harvesting fruit, ;, And find. in thee their earnest quest, Idilio _________.__.:._ Theodore Lack .
.34Breakfast Whole Ham Armour's Star .35
best. Ib.
etc. This is done under the Florida Florida. Mamie Piney White Bacon __.___ .
Clarinet solo, Charlie Regero, .ac- crops my .
a < i egretul,4uprrvialon,of.r XeW., JMJfeU*, ; ....,......3.J.b.. .,_:.;......: .....:.;..,. ..-.OO: 1 ,Slice" 11.A ,"
,;; centiatl3ed! by*'.Mlsg.UubEUjsfrpianou, \ /: ; Cerrli<< Wheri''ififs ltetlda''Altd; o-4 ei ta"ke f i' 'GeYtkd9"Ilickiy.Eal"'dPOe\ " ",'" ..,., .....'"'=...."-, ..."" \I 1 ......-1tt '''.'' -40"1'
woes :
lta 1* *6 The association. acts as chaperone SIt ( 8 =: .dS" H.y.'loTlb JLlllYoo'
+1 were for the girls and insures their Florida my Florida. Elfin Pance ____________ Cart Heins aCOD..o _, --- I, Peanut *.
Thy sons, and daughters quick will Helen Reed Smoked Bacon ___._- .35 Natal Hay 100 Ib 240
T MRS. W. J. FRIPP ATTENDED I desirable environment as well as providing __h.__
MEETING AT OCALA I an organization through which make- Horns of Elfland _______. Streabbog Potatoes, peck________ .45 I
\ J they may work. Florida, my Florida. -- (b) Moonlight, _____-,___ Streabbog Coarse Grit. 5 Ib*. _____. .30 Toilet Paper, 5c, six for .___ .25

Mrs. W. J. Fripp had' the unanticipated : the Miss closest Jones'attention hearers and gave it was her with talk: The To save sacrifice from of woe love from and ills life and strife, Pantomime, Geraldine,"Abide with Lesley Me," Fine Grit. 5 Ib*. -___ .30 Light. Kara Syrup 'a* lone a*

pleasure of attending the recent -I MeaL bolted. S Ib .30 it last No. !>/ __ 1C
of the state board of regret they heard her bring her remarks To fell thy foes in danger rife, Harriotte Seymour *. can _

Florida meeting Federated Clubs 'held in 1 to a close. The club was for- Florida, my ,Florida. Meal water round. 6 Ib*. __ .30 No 2 Can _______hh .20
tunate indeed to have fpr,their guest + Lima Bean 18c. 2 Ib for._ .35
OcaU. She met Mrs. Edgar Lewis No.
Compare Professor Waugh's verses 5 cans ___ ________. 50
state president and Mrs. .A. W. For even one meeting a worker fretn with the words of Sweet I| WAR VICTORY COMMISSION Nan Bean 18c. 2 lbs. for.. .35 ?

Young vice president of section five, from the field crowned where unqualified success Home" and "Dixie" and"Home it will be I _' AT .GRAYSTONE---r No. 1 can Tomatoes 3 for_ ..25KeDor' No. 10 cane. _____;.!-..___ .95 .

who were on their way to Ocala. has just" her efforts. found that the lawmakefs.of 1913 approved Toasted Corn Rake .11 ,Alata Smin. No. 2 can __ .20
Ocala club women were loyal in their "Efficiency Parley Poore Shee- both The" Kissimmee Woman's Club ex-
entertainment and the business transacted han's wonderful one-act drama was words and oft a music.pretty It good is the song spirit, of Lends'a cordial"welcome to the people Post Toaatie .11 No. 5 cans ___: ___.________ .55

by the board was along serious read by Miss Elizabeth Aultman. The a thing after all; what should take a of Kissimmee and visitors of the cityto KeDo '* Krnmble .10 N.. 10 cans ?--___________ 1.10
and worth-while affairs. Aside story itself Is a heart-gripping dramatization be present at a reception at the
hearts than "Flor- Shredded. Wheat Biscuit __ .13
firmer hold on our Bran, 100 Ib*. ____.______ 2.50
business sessions of militarism. The reader's tone hotel Friday March 22
from the regular ida, my Florida?" and the air of Grays Sweet Feed. 100 Ib. 2.75
trips were given the visitors by the fine impersonations pictured the war "Maryland, Maryland" is most from 8 to to 10 p. m. Small CrUco _____________ .45
IFI' hostess club which included Silver conditions with awful vividness andthe tuneful and my inspiring. The entertainment promises to be Br... 100 Ib*. 2.60
:Springs with added pleasure of every- audience was swayed with emo- Singular to record anothei Florida one'of the pleasantettt social events of Feed Meal. 100 Ib*. 2.45 Mediant large _.?..,.------ .90

'one having a ride in the glass-bottom tion as the reading neared its dra poet, W. C. Ba'ugh,' whose name the year, at which a ,silver offering Oat*. 100 'Ib*. ____________ 3.70 Ne. 10 _______.__?:____ 1,85
;boats on the wonderfully' beautiful matic close. Miss Aoltman's readingsare rhymes with that of the author of will be taken. '
kt rsprings; also the Industrial School for always a source of pleasure to the official wrote the following Light refreshment will be served -----

}. Girls and the beautiful country club Kissimmee audiences but she has sel- to be sung,to song the same tune. A comparison by the entertainment committee Mrs. Everybody'.cordially invited. You will be treated right.
-were visited. Social affairs planned dom been. heard to better advantagethan in merit is invited: Herbert Wichtendahl Mrs. L. H. In I
i were not carried out because of in this drama.In . \ gram, Mrs. M., Katz, Mrs. W.B. Mak- I

Ow a'. great grief in the death of harmony with the program, Miss I O lovely land of sunny skies, inson and Mrs. D. W; Alderman. : Cut Price Cash GroceryPHONE
u one of her favorite sons, Second Lieuti Irene Ingram dressed in regulation Florida my Florida; : A short program will .be arrangedby
Wiley H. Burford who died on the uniform gave the pantomime "Tramp. My of thee shall ever rise, the program committee. Mrs. S.
U firing line in' France February 14.; Tramp Tramp," while Charlie Regero Florida, my Florida; H. Bullock Ethel Mrs. H. Clay Stanford and 141. 422.BROADWAY.

( At the board meeting Mrs. Wm. played the song on the clarinet, No wintry storm e'er rule o'er thee, Miss. Kirkby. '
locker gave a touching tribute to the accompanied Mrs V. Ellis with the Thou land that lies twixt gulf and sea, entertainment is being given \

t life: of the promising' young man, referring cornet and Gussie Wlnn at the piano. Forever fanned by breezes free, t>y the Victory War Commission, a .. - --
f also to the silver star which Florida.A new war work.undertaken by the club '
Florida
had turned to gold in the window of The number was very effective and my .women of the nation the monet' to be Don't drop your money into the deemed. It is a tremendous struggle,
their much loved former president, was received with hearty applause. lakes reflect skies used under government direction, scale of nonessential expenditures but it can be done by*tremendous effort I
thousand thy
'k Mrs. Burford. Mrs. James M. Willson, Jr., president Florida The amount undertaken to be raised help win the war by buying. War Sav- supreme consecration time, talent
Mr presided over the meeting; .with Florida my ; is and the Kissimmeeclub ings Stamps. and r-
At this meeting. Fripp wa entertained Here lies 1250,000, money.
fairy prospect ,
in the same room the had Mrs.. L. H, Ingram, .secretary, and many a Florida a* one of the units of the'American We are asking no little thing. We
occupied 21 years ago at a state Mrs. M. Katz, treasurer present. Thy Florida, a my perfume ; flings the club.women, will endeavor to do EX.-GOV. FRANK HANLYAT 'are offering the "Flying Squadron."
teachers' meeting although not having During the business routine the groves breeze, its part. The money will be used for BAPTIST CHURCH This great aggregation of the foremost -

been' in Ocala since that time. sum of $15 was voted to the Florida Thy flowers yied) the giant;trees, our men and boys in France who are men of the nation go everywhere \ ,
Federation of Women's Clubs as thiselty's Thy shores are washed by many teas, fighting for world liberty and true (Continued from Page One) and are arousing the nation to

quota of the "Victory" war Florida, my Florida. .,: >' peace for all nations one idea of government on the earth, action against, this our greatest enemy1
t work fund. < i .., (Signed) Mrs. James M.; Willson, '"'
CANNING CLUB NOTES '" \ l: \' ., ,. : , and ,that will be democracy. within j
An of cent of all the T"1>, '
offer fifty.per tried *' President. At the close of the oration .
Two thou the Spaniard to tame, Then there came another pitiful an
; :
1' Osceola' Canning Club lassie and tickets sold to the coming attraction, Florida my Florida (t' Mrs. L. II. Ingram, Sec. cry from our allies the hideous cry of offering was -raised to help finance

lads, too, for that matter, are doing "Double Crowed featuring Pauline And gave to thee thy lovely name, famine. Our alies said,.."We must the work of the Flying Squadron.
their "bit" toward greater food pro- Frederick, was extended to the club Florida, my Florida; MILLINERY OPENINGS have food for our people and for our -'
duction and* are planting their by Manager Woodbeck. This offer him the wedded hand "
plots But not for armies. President Wilson answered An informal gathering was held at
to spring garden In the Campbell was gladly accepted and the presidentwill Thou fairest of Columbia's band. The fair sex of Kissimmee is fairly "Fight .,on, we have bread and to the Craystone hotel) Monday ,afternoon i '
Station club Raymond and Roan Lanier appoint a committee to look after stand reveling in the dellght.of viewing the
Beneath the starry flag we ,. spare and you shall have bread as at .130: when a number of the .
of with two
; are growing tomatoes corn and the sale of tickets. Florida, my Florida. spring styles millinery long as we have any. Fight on!I", The prominent people of the city calledto
within .
Clark spring openings a fewr'days.The
beans. Marie and James have
with but
nation responded en masse, personal/ meet the governor and
had fall garden of cabbage and ruta- Some boast the joys of winter time, hat shops are attractively dec-
exception. him this
one wife, who accompanied on
bagas. These are being followed by T Florida Florida orated for these occasions.. At MissBandy's )
OFFICIAL SONG( OF FLORIDA my ; That one exception denied every appeal -
tomatoes and corn also. f .. Or seek the rugged mountain clime, store a bank of potted plantsare stood out against every demandof trip.Later in the afternoon D.
At the Center Park club everybody While some folks here and there in Florida, my Florida; used while nobby hats filled the right and reason. It raised Its II ner took the ,speaker and his party
Is windows and the counters. The display -
planting tomatoes. Misses Doro- But 'mong the wood and orange .
our land are not altogether pleased haughty head high and said "We must for an auto ride about the city.
thy Simmons, Fate: Partin and Aline was held Friday.
groves, of food stuffsa
bushels
Bass have fine with the generally accepted national! the Bon ,Ton ferns palms andxHted have 110,000,000 .
this At
Indicate vegetable "The Star Banner"and Rich fields beneath blue skies above, with which to make inefficiency Tb* QuMM flat Dee Net Affect tile used
and prospects a good yield. songs"America" Spangled Here would I ever live and love, plants were used with quantities year and $200,000,000 worth ot' ,-MMu toaic .ad iax ue effect.LAXA.TIVK ..
and reward is offered sugar
As each of a window .design ..
these club members ownsa Florida my Florida. of roses. A clever BBX>MOOUININXUbUrth l-fT
canner it is certain nothing will be for better ones it may be of interest -MOSES FOLSOM. was wonderfully attractive, and a year to put palsey and despair into Quinine and dos fat saw BCTTDIMM -;
the of and leave l. ....... Remember the loll earns cad
to note fact that FloridaIs the hearts our people us dories
Allowed to go to waste this season. dainty vine outlined the mirrors look for the .... -.. ol B. W. GBOVB. Jae.r .
already provided'with.a state before ruthless foe."i
clods
our
The song,
county Miss Albina in
agent. which constant use.
Smith visited these clubs the early by t ,official enactment. I IIBORS'EI1TER. The were models are shown in the new Three is no other such treason ''!1
ROYAL NEI : -
The legislature of 1913 by concur- known. Treason is 'defined by the
of the week I
part and was well pleased TAINEDMrs. poke styles with the usual artistic : I
with the work of the members.REBEKAll rent resolution No. 24 of that session picture creations and J.he occasional. constitution as "Giving aid and com-
called attention to the popularity ofa fort to the enemy in time of war"
song.entitled "Florida, My Florida" Sarah Prevatt entertr.ined the novelties / The breweries are doing just that,
written by Dr. C. V. Waugh, formerly members of the' Royal Neighbors One noticeable feature is seen in when they are making poison out; of
..1. LODGEAll I professor in languages in the old lodge Saturday afternoon at her homeon the "wash rag" hats and those made (ood. "

Florida Agricultural College at Lake Mabbette street. The ladies spent of chrysanthemum and caterpillar The nations of our.allies said "We
the members of the Kisslmmee City, and as said song hall metrical the hours making pillows for ambu- braid and of crepe. Gray seems to must have ships." Our people re-
Rebekah, lodge No. 42, are requested and patriotic1 merit, it was lance or hospital work. be a favorite color *with new shadesof sponded willingly and gladly.. Then ,.
to b* I present at our next regular ..Rt>lIolved That this song 'Florida, Miss Jeanette Prevatt served tea blue as a ,rival for populrrity and coal for the ships. Th
meeting, Mar. 22, to assist in initiatory My Florida,1 be and is hereby declared and wafers. Miss Marian Sargentwill in sharp contrast with these are the there government was no asked the people to, save "International"Cake

work. by the Legislature of Florida to be be hostess at the next meeting. new red shades. Many of the modelsare coal and the great industries gladly
while others
slightly trimmed are and loyally closed their great plants

#. --------1 veritable flower gardens. Quills', ,are. that the.ships mighthave coaX_but
exceptionally this year the breweries said, "You shall not curtail COTTO--
Veils will be much worn this season jeap eggs .
especially the delicate lace ones. our coal supply," and they consumed LENE(.c: nt), 1 cup ralalDa.ad
7,000,000 tons a year. Their 1>( cups whit, currant mind .I.
Hats for the people are
young great chimney belched forth their flour 1 l.v.l trapooa
mostly along the lines of plain tailored black torrents of smoke in defiance/ x cup &raham. soda
I t i and the poke bonnet style. Black of every interest of the people. Men flour 1 level leipooa<
milans are to be generally worn by and women froze to death in ;theIr cupb.-ownlUpI' cinnamon

A CHIEF DUTY children. beds and in their homes but the brew- cup mol_ Pinch of alt and 1

eries would not save coal. That, ladies V. Cup strong cloves
COMES TO KISSIMMEE ; and gentlemen is giving aid and coffe

; THROUGH READING GAEZTTE: comfort to the enemy, as almost nothing Sift together the white and graham "',
could do. It is treason
else rank
flour with the soda, cinnamon, salt /
"
''-L Unless a financial institution loans its funds in channels which treason. and clores. \..
Mr. and Mrs.' A. Moore of Texhoma ,
Our cause is at low ebb. Three nations ..>tIll(
will develop the interests of the community it fails in one of its chief Okla., arrived in Kissimmee this week of our allies are trampled be- Cream COTTOLENE and brown
here. together, and add the molanea
with the expectation of locating neath the 'heel' of the desperate con- sugar
duties. Mr. Moore stays he has been reading and well-beaten eggs; then the fruit
Serbia and Rou-
Belgium,
for queror- dredged in part of the flour. Then tha
the Gazette at his home town several
manik haVe been destroyed. To furnish -
tt months and decided he would like coffee: alternately with the balanc. of
o We aim assist the fullest their Moore has sold out them food and munitions requires: the flour. '.
to our. depositors to extent require- to live here. Mr. but demandsits
and booze
.- his farming, interests in Oklahomaand ships ships Bake in well-rreued loaf pan i.
-- ments demand and when those are satisfied we are glad to make loan has coma prepared to stay. full share ofship room to allies.It take. moderate oven about an hour "I:
death and inefficiency to our
-
Kissimmee has hearty welcome
aSff 't approved collateral others ,:', a of this sort from should face the firing squad.
+Air tt on to not regular customers. waiting Oklahoma for or people any: other state and Booze is a criminal in peace anda -help your Uncle Sam :

t t I ts 4 Application are .invited and will receive consideration and cone ._. hopes that he may soon become Identified traitor in war. ,by saving animal fats
with the business interests of President Wilson fears booze, or he
'
t bank
-help ti
t3 would .ft The president i. your account
fidenc I I. this community. stop
.-.M -i" 4 ... afraid, not for himself but for the UseCottolefle

Whenever You Newd a General Tonic country. He fears the damage booze
Take 0.0..'.. could: do, and probably would do if he

.., ?niMitrmciKi CITIZENS BANK :: Tb) Old Standard Grove'.) Tasteless was to stop tKem'by proclamation, but
Chill Tonic i* equally valuable as a we can stop them, and! 'we are doingit
General Tonic because) it contain the and in three years we will stop 'Urn MrtaW noraa Ajr
OF well known tonic properties of QUININE: them entirely, for in that time we
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drive 1 will ratify the amendment to the con At grocer to tIM
out. Malaria, Barieb.es the Blood and I stitution. You people here can help .of convenient alacs

; l?/ KISSIMMEE:4-:4:' / Bunds vp the' I Whole>> System. 60 cent. lift Florida 'to jthe column' /I/, of tl the ref'

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