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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 29, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00848
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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DONEGAN SUES BANKERS CHURCHES WILL OBSERVE LESLEY, CARSON AND 1




FINANCING COMPANY FOR NEW TIME NEXT SUNDAYAt : '. STON THINK FLA. JOHNl'l']



a called session of the Ministerial Association Thursday moraSnf -

$1,115,000IN! DAMAGES .. FOR CATTLE
a, motion was patted that H was the sense of the body that we :

should turn oar clock ap Saturday night in compliance witfc die: action
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Ex-Senator Arthur E. Donegan; the laws of the state of Florida; of Congress, and that the services IJ. at the churches begin at the ntnal. E. L., Lesley,-"Pat" Johnson,, Chat. are their abliity to stand the har:.

J ;former president of the Citizens( Bank George Nolan; Orlando Bank and hour, that .U, the Sunday school that hat been meeting at:9:45 by A. Carson,. Jr., returned this week ships, droughts and ticks." ,
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of Kissjmmec, of the first National Trust Company, a' corporation under from .Dallas, Texas, where they have The foundation for most of the Indian
Bank of St. Cloud and the Stnte, Bark the laws of the state of Florida; the old time,,will 1 meet at 9:45 by the'new'time,'-which will be an hour been attending a meeting of the Tex. Brahmin cattle is made By crossing .
of I lames City, has filed a.civil action J. T. Miller, C. C. Young, L. W. as Cattle Men s Association more Op bred or three-quarters bred
for conspiracy in the circuit court ,Smith; State Bank of Haines City, earlier by sun time, and that ,the preaching semces will begin at 11 timistic than ever before as to the bulls pure with. Hereford .cows, then using
against the Wit:.am System of B nks, a corporation under tho laws of the
bright prospects for the futunof the this stock for breedinepurpose... At
'naming six of the banks and their state of Florida; and. J. L. FouU, o'clock by the .new time, which It one, hour earlier, by IUD time. battle industry in this state. ranches! where these cattle are taken

officials. .; Defendants.. The people should carefully notice this, otherwise they are liable The Kissimmee delegation was care .of they: lose ,their wild disposition .
This is said'to bo the largest dam- Praecipe. for Summons ad Respouid- joined by1 W. F.! Ward, manager of evident among th#Indian Brahmin .
ape suit ever filed in' Florida and endum. to find the services doling when they arrive. Likewise the night,services the Kissimmee Island Cotttle Com stock here, though they show
:grew 'out'of the advertisement for The clerk of the above court will pany of Kicco Fla., Charles L. Gaines, their' nervous disposition,
sale of securities, the face valte please issue summons ad responden- will conform with the, new time and begin an .hour earlier. by tun'' who, is connected with the Consolidated Comparing conditions in the two
amounting to about a quarter of, a dum to the above named defendants, time. ,,. ." Land Company, with. large cat- sections Mr. Johnston said: "In Texas
:million dollars, which M". Donegan to-wit: 'Bankers Trust Company, a tle interests, Fred McConnell. of Jack: 15 lacres.of range is allowed for a cow'
claims ire being unlawfully held ina corporation) under the laws of the sonville-who owns extensive acreage while in Florida acres and in some
also clair ths-t the de'enfanbeon"pired Anthony, Jr., Telfair Knight; Bankers , Soto counties, 'Doc" U. A. Lightsey quired. 1'I'Jf' '"$&
< to wreck the First National I Financing Company :corporation of Bartow and Dr. W. T. Blackman, Florida Calves Good Enough for Any s
bank at St. Cloud BO.they could establifth under the laws of the state of president of the Florida Livestock I Country."In .
}}. their banking system in that city. Florida; Roger Dodd; Citizens Bankof LABOR QUESTION DISCUSSED Association. Texas the Florida cattle are "
t ", JVr. Donegan is asking $1,175,000 Kissimmee, a corporation under the The object of the visit Of Florida called Jitneys on account of their size'
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  • ? Mri .menL.io.jthe; +)IM A ?waa but irately! thrFlasidswhat i n n iinvttM 'a ....An,,I1 JunllUol\"w..granted. w>ubyJudg alakVvlj.TwnnLclitfp.Banlc.of.. ,, : ..Saint: fold:;=:ito get""inrormation as to, how they thought of the calves '
    +" tfio sale of $250,000 worth of of the State of 'Florida; George Nolan r the men of that. section in developing !- stock, the reply was: 'They-are good
    sf$'ock certificates: : and other'securities ; Orlando' Bank and Trust Company the cattle interests here., enough for any country:"
    belonging to Mr. Donegal and being a corporation under the laws of -,- The association in session has a Mr Johnston stated. that the Flor .
    Tield by the Citizens Bank in the cspT the state of Florida; J. T. Miller, C. membership of'about 5,000, but the ida men came home fully convinced 8
    < the Bankers Financing Company C. Young. L. W. Smith, State Bank ; The potato growers in this sectionare I meeting to confer with the board of 'attendance was noticeably small due thati! the time was not far off when
    va. Arthur E. Donegan., of Haines City, a corporation under now practically assured of an enormous county commissioners and with' the to the. ,conditions of the ranches whichare Florida would be one of the leading*
    Immediately after this order was the laws of the state of Florida; and crop from the 1600 acres I road contractor relative to securing suffering from an 18 months' states hthe breeding of cattle ,
    t issued Mr. Donegan. through his at. L. L. Fo'uts, in the above stated cause, which have been planted in the immediate 'I the t-onvicts. Messrs. J. E. Lupfer, drought'and the cattle men were giving whiCh would be sold .-at the weaning y
    ',torneys, Carson & Willard of Miami returnable to the, May rules, the same vicinity of Kissimmee, and are Dr. W. W. Carson and A. S. Nelson the feeding' of their stock their time or as yearlings. He Said: "We, t
    ,, ,and Kr'bbs & Steed of Kissimmee. being the 6th day of May, A. D, 1918, now going about harvesting this crop constitute the committee.J. personal attention and could not be can raise more and cheaper calves,
    '" filed tho suit in the courts. in a civil action conspiracy, dam. in the same businesslike. way they Reed Curry, Citrus Exchange: or- ,present! at the meeting. than Texas can. Their grass may tie
    The following is a copy of the paMpers ages one million, one hundred and have manifested at every other step ganizer, made Kissimmee a brief visit Most of these ranches have from a' trifle stronger than ours, but what
    filed with J. L. Overstreet, clerk seventy-five ($1,176,000.00)) thousand of the operation, by organizing a potato at 'the invitation of Secretary Alex. 1,000 to 18,000 cattle on feed. Those Florida grass lacks in quality it
    Cf the circuit court of Osceola county: ,dollars. growers association.This Remington-Smith Tuesday to fully not on'' feed are existing on prickly makes up in quantity. We have
    / In the Circuit Court of. tho Seventh 1 Carson & Williarj, organization met' with the explain the manner in which the exchange pears. fewer diseases in this state, In fact
    .y y Judicial Circuit of the State of James M. Carson, Board of Trade last Friday night to proposed to handle the crop. The Florida delegation visited the the cattle tick is the 'only pest and
    Florida, in and for Osceola County Kribbs &' Steed, I note the,progress made in solving the Mr. Curry said, when interviewedby Fort Worth stock yards where it is that can and will be eradicated. ,
    -Civil Action-Conspiracy, Damages Attorneys for Plaintiff knotty questions which are confront. a representative of this paper: estimated 4000 head of cattle from Mr., Johnston prophesied that Tex.
    $1,175,000.00. To lion. J. L. Overstreet, f of such yearlings to five-year-olds were in of the advanced
    ing them. The planting an "Selling through the exchange in no pen as, spite condition
    Arthur E., Donegan, Plaintiff Clerk of the above .Court. acreage has entailed a heavy expense way limits a grower's liberty of disposing ned that day. of their breeding would not reach the r
    vet and naturally the growers will leaveno of his potatoes when and Mr Johnston in speaking i to. a representative point of tick eradication as soon '.. k
    ,Bankers' Trust Company, a corpora I 1 Notice 6f sale which was stoppedby stone unturned to insure reaping where he chooses, but it furnisheshim of the Gazette, said ,"The this section will. There is a prejudice -
    tion under the laws of the state of the injunction reads: their reward.A complete and accurate knowledge good breeding of these cattle was noticeable existing!: against the dipping vat ii
    GeorgiaW.. D. Manley, J. R. Anthony -I Notice of Sale of Collateral. number of the growers favor of the markets, and the number of ,' resulting in,, a larger"bone there and at the present time the cat .
    Jr., Telfair Knight; Bankers 1 I, Jacksonville" Fla., March 11, 1918. selling the crop through the Citrus cars rolling each morning, furnishedby and frame than our native cattle, but tle .are in such poor condition. it is +
    Financing Company, a corporationunder To A. E. Donegan, Esq., Kissimmee' Exchange and with the view of tak- men whoso business it is to make in the matter of flesh, Florida's stock not' advisable to dip them.:
    the laws of the state of Flor ,Fla.: is far ahead. The Texas cattle slow
    ing Anal action in the matter a special money for the. instead of out 'men were to a
    ida'; Roger Dodd; Citizens Bank of You. are hereby notified that under meeting will be held at the city of him, as is ,the grower case of the buyersw.h.o "The chief breed In Texas," Mr., believe the reports of favorable conditions
    Kissimmee under the and in pursuance of that certain Johnston said, "is the Hereford .
    a corporation or existing her and asked 'why t
    hall Wednesday evening, April 3, will visit Kissimmee. In other
    laws of the state of Florida C. D. pledge agreement dated August 2Cth, white face though the
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    ; experiments are ,industry had not made greater
    when it is likely Dr. J. H. Ross of words it is
    a protective measure
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    Dyal, W. II. Tunnicliffe; Bank of being made with the Indian Brahmin strides. The reply was that for years
    Villa of the
    Florence president association something in the nature of insurance.
    Saint Cloud, a corporation under (Continued on Page Ten) cattle 'The qualities which recommend .
    and C. E. business The
    Stewart of
    grower pays a price $20 percar'or
    -. .-. -. -- manager of -exchange, of Tamp, such service if sold on tho these cattle to the Texas! men (Continued? ,.on.Pagw. Four), ,;
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    will both be present to fully explain market." o. b. Kissimmee, and $10 -. .. .0 ,..
    every step necessary in case 'the per car if sold in the field. The grower '
    KISSIMMEE GROWERS HAVE growers wish to take advantage of Is.placed under no obligations and "
    the thoroughly organized selling for this price.is able to keep in touch BIG LUMBER COMPANY TO

    agency of the exchange.The with market conditions. .
    question of labor may,be a vex The meeting of the association next '
    FINE CROPS, OF POTATOES ing one and to 'prevent any shortageof Tuesday night will bo an importantone ,
    ;, hands at potato digging time, a and it is hoped that every potato OPERATE[ NEAR KISSIMMEE

    committee was appointed at this grower in this section will be present. J
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    As the season 'advances the answer across the street, J. E. Davis and 'SHOULD HAVE THRIFT SALES ,', $ .... ,....... ',", ,..
    has the nation'scall have KISSIMMEE' STAMP *cfY I 1 '
    ]Kissimmee made to Lupfer &: Prather a large tract.A lumber which
    A'large IIbring' her of several counties around
    | for greater food production becomes bit farther on are Clark Howell'sand I BIG FLAG RAISINGIn Reports have been made on sale of company' .
    [ more and more evident with Harry Johnson's fields DeWil- thrift stamps up to date as follows: new capital to the' community Georgetown.
    [the development ,of the enormous ton Alderman has a large tract in this connection with the Third Lib-. Reed Baking Company .....-.--__ 2 is being organized, has purchased B.; The proposed[ mill will be located
    [acreage of potatoes. planted in this neighborhood. J. Wade Tucker andE. erty Loan campaign, each county and H.--Stanford .<..,__-___.______ 11 W. Cannon's? interests in the extensive on St the Cloud.: railroad It will between have "this' city and of
    f section. L. Lesley r Grantham Furniture Co. ........ 12 a capacity
    are growing extensively
    ; potatoes tra'ct
    The task of'growing.these potatoes though the majority of their city is to be allotted a quota of bondsto Prof. R. M.' Evans _.__.-.__,,..___. 12 of timber in this county and thirty to forty thousand feet per day Fu
    f, has not been left to the farmers alone planting is in another direction from be subscrbied. If the quota is Corner Drug Store _____,.*_?-- 20 proposes.to build a aawmill'near Kis. and will employ in the neighborhood,
    ,but the business men of the city have the city. Freight Agent Stevens and subscribed, the community is awarded G. M./Taylor __...___._....:?____ 48. simmee. The details of the company of one hundred men.
    |shouldered their share 'otrthe'burden Conductor Lamb are showing what The first M. Katz _..._.__..__..-__ ...-. 92 have not been worked out yet but The tract lies east of this city e
    Honor p ,
    an Flag. city or the men who are interested in about ten miles and stretches
    |of productio, and practically everybody railroad men can. do and have a small Express Company .............. 38 among away
    crop town in the United States to reach and 7 War Savings Stamps besides. the project are R. J. Clifford of south, covering an area of 7,160 acres.
    il is taking hand in the each.
    movejment -. acreage visited Georgetown, S. C., president of the It i is estimated to contain in the
    It is surprising to observers who its quota will be by Secretary Stamps are on sale at quite a num- e 1
    XI' A ride out of town in almost' any are watching the development of this McAdoo, who will make an addressat ber of other places,' but they reportno Atlantic Coast Lumber Company; !his neighborhood of thirty million feet of,
    son, P. C. Clifford F. E. Creelman, timber. In of this
    speaking tract Mr. '
    1 direction will reveal patch after patch to see how readily the lowly calls. This suggests the thoughtthat
    crop the flag raising. The Hearst-Pathe '
    president of the High Point Hardwood Clifford said "It is without doubt
    thris in itself to the it is up to the friends of some : ..
    f-of) crop growing long straightof spud adapt varying con
    Moving Picture Company will record Lumber Company of High the best of timber I have
    of the sales agents to turn their run seen
    shining with here-and ditions here. They thrive in the blackest purchases
    green .
    Point "
    N. C., and Col. E. D. Broad- about here.
    the 'celebration of the flag-raising. to these friends to them anywhere
    Mn keep
    re a tuft of white bloom. fact, muck,' and flourish where sand .
    Jroany of these patches are growing predominates. Some of these fields How about Kissimmee for this distinction from getting left in the hurst, a prominent attorney of The company.will apply for a charter
    T We to reach Watch for saes Greensborough, N. C., who is legal next week and work on the mill
    In the city limits, on vacant city are high and dry while others are on are going our the list Of next
    Blocks and two to five acre tracts the lowest land in this vicinity.It quota. Why, hot first week. W. B. Withrespoon, chairman. advisor for a number of large corpo will commence in the next ten days.

    sin street running east and north is generally accepted that they . . . . _ ._ . w _- ._. ---- rations. Messrs. Clifford. Creelman and
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    The Atlantic Coast Lumber Co. of Broadhurst here last week
    from the city is. no to thetnle. do best on old land but J. W. Miller, were to
    > exception
    Which Mr. Clifford is is look the ..Ituation'and J
    Long before the city limits is who owns one of the finest pieces of president, one over returnedto
    LOCAL COMMITTEE TO PUSH of the largest mills in the south. It their homes Saturday, leaving P.
    beautiful here
    preached, these field are seen. property near is trying the experiment i it
    is constructed of concrete and Steel C. Clifford, who will be general manager .
    hand Sears of
    I On the right Cngressman growing spuds on new
    |>and Strick Graham 'have a fine field, and turns out about 600,000 feet per of the company, in charge. He i
    day. It was erected at a cost of one will reside in Kissimmee., t
    E. Thomas' field while Continued
    then comes A. ( on page 4)
    and a quarter million dollars. The Mr. Cannon will return to his for' '
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    BONDS company! owns practically all the tim- mer home in Georgetown, S. C. 1

    though no liquor was located. 1 .
    HORNTON ARRESTED Sheriff Ingram placed Thornton '
    under -
    arrest and turned him over to the the of a Nation," a two-reel comedy; alsoa J 1
    U. S. Commissioner, II. L. Crane, at Secretary McAdoo has announcedthat in districts named. For Kissimmee DIXIE THEATER TO OPEN one-reel comedy.

    FOR ILLICIT STILLING Tampa, for a preliminary hearing.He the third issue of Liberty Loan : Carson Farmer, E. D. Katz, G. The evening permormance will begin :,'
    has been bound over to the federal Bonds will be offered for sale on April P. Garrett, Roma Thomas, Rodger at 7 o'clock. Admission 9 cents I
    court for trial. 6th. The amount of these bonds is Dodd, John Partin and Nelson Mak- WITH A FINE PROGRAMThe and war tax. '1
    / $3,000,000,000, and the rate of interest inson. For St. Cloud: J. K. Conn,
    U ,All school children
    Sheriff Ingram located an illicit is '4H%. William Tunnicliffe. S. Brammar, Ed calling at the 't ting
    '.till at the home of O. N. Thornton, John Holdern ,who has been spend. In the meantime the government is George, S. W. Porter and S. J. Trip- Central] Drug Store Saturday morn a
    Bermuda avenue last week while ing the winter at the Franklin house, perfecting an organization] for the lett. For Narcoossee: S. J. Entrikin Dixie Theater will open its will be given a free ticket for '$
    ,searching for stolen property. The left Wednesday: his hone in lov a. sale of these bonds which it is thoughtwill and for Kenansville, AL.. Hunt. doors to the fun-loving public tomor- this permormance. .l:
    .till was made from a large lard can Mrs. Sarah Prevatt, her daughter, prove efficient and quick. The These committeemen are believedto row, Saturday, for matinee and evening Manager Beers stated that he has i
    and all the pipes and other paraphernalia Miss Jeanette, and Mrs. Cosner mo Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta is be thoroughly wide awake, active' when "The Crooked Romance" a arranged for the best picture service ::1
    for its operation were found, tored to Leesburg SLtal day for a at the head of the drive in this part of men and may be relied upon for a splendid five-reel drama, will ,be for his theater that has 'ever been 'i
    'including a quantity of sour, mash, visit, with relatives. the JJnited States. Hon. lIuling Da- thorough canvass. It is extremely desirable shownwith, Charlie Chaplin in "Mirth given the people of Kissimmee. ,

    _. vis of Jacksonville is field! agent for that Osceola county should .. .-
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    Florida: Mr. J. A. Griffin of Tampais make a good showing in the purchase
    chairman of the Tampa zone which of these bonds. The committees are
    'I' includes Osceola county. Locally the particularly anxious to .place the ,
    officials on this committee are as follows bonds with a large number of individual :
    'LECTURE BY DAIRYSPECIALIST
    POTATO GROWERS AT : chairman of Osceola county, C. They would much rather .
    Ak Carson. Mr. Carson has 'named have a hundred purchasers for a cer- F 1 j
    L the following committees as special tain amount than to have two purchasers TONIGHT
    COUNCIL HALL TONIGHT canvassers for the sale of these bonds for the same amount. I

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    THE KISSIMMEE. POTATO GROWERS. ASSOCIATION. WILL NOT A GOOD DAY catch family and tables.reserved enough for. the .. MISS MAY MORSE, STATE DAIRY SPECIALIST, WILL 'w

    The Prof. L. O.
    Rogers
    +, MEET AT THE COUNCIL CHAMBER NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT and" William same day Arnold were out on a 'SPEAK AT THE CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER TONIGHT'AT, 7:31 :'lI
    FOR EITHER"Why like and back 180
    FISH expedition brought
    O'CLOCK. ALL INTERESTED IN DAIRIES 1
    OR DAIRY PRODUCTS
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    ;: TO HEAR THE REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON.LABOR AND "speck They said if their minnows j,
    had been more plentiful they might. MORSE'S"LECTUg :
    ARE URGED TO ATTEND AND HEAR MISS
    - have caught few fish. .
    TO 'DISCUSS OTHER MATTERS RELATING TO ,HARVESTING should we worry" if meatless a -
    days become general. Last Saturday SHE HAS DEVOTED YEARS' OP"'TIME AND STUDY TO THIS
    Edgar Bryan and William Schilden Mrs. F. P. lay, mother of M. S. '
    IT IS HOPED ALL WHO ARE INTERESTED WILL
    CROP .I
    THE
    SUBJECT AND OUR PEOPLE SHOULD TURN OUT EN,)MASSE"
    went en a'' .sUnf: expedition to one May and Jher daughter Miss Mattie ,. ,
    of the nearby fishing grounds and returned .Browne.efrQufaev. arrived las Tuesday J '
    BE PRESENT ,that, afternoon: with string for a' visit 'with,the Mar -family :I1EAR HER. .

    of 2CO fine speckled_ porch. Incidentally : They will ,be here. for ten day.or,tw -
    . ,the,boys sold $8 worth: ..of their weeks.' t' ' .y1 .

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    t, will not do. A steady and persistent application: becoming increasingly j i/' ,r

    tense as the need increases, will do splendidly.Can I
    StrengthenA.mel'ic I ECONOMY I we effectively divert so large a percentage of our income to war pur- !.

    J poses without application of every possible ounce of effort' and self-denial? I
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    War's conrumption"' goods is fixed by circumstances altogether beyond Hardly.,. l'
    I an individual's! control. But !n individual's capactiy\ for producing goods The experience of other nations must become the example of the United

    ;, Will million workingmen lose and at \the same time an ,individual'; needs are not io fixed. Slates, none the less because we have no' other source from whence to draw 'it
    one from ourselves. Every particle of food, .
    economic strengtH than every
    In adjusting our output of 'goods, it remains, also for us to adjust also our
    saloons closed? consumption that apply to all that is needed. It is bit of clothing-every rifle, gun, cartridge and shell used by our men must f'
    their j jobs when the are our so we may war amaz- is obligation, the surmount
    be supplied from the United States. Ours a sterg
    ing how much we can accomplish, how far we can economize and how muchwe ;
    'l Aside from the greatly exaggerated figures given by the liquor can save if only we try In Europe the nations have discovered in. the ing of which requires the support of every American citizen.
    And after labor has done its duty it must be paid, and it must conserveits
    men to'the number/' of EMPLOYED in the liquor business, their potential and actualproduction, and in the thrift of the people, a means of
    as men How to its surplus to the best uses is 'no longer a problem, at "
    put
    lost jobs and other t threatened calamities is based meeting demands so, vast that they were deemed. three years ago absolutelybeyond pay.
    argument concerning of which
    I this facility ii provided in War Savings Stamps, some every man
    that.if the LIQUOR DEALERS attainment.
    entirely upon th* absurd proposition I and child should own.
    fail to get the money now spent, for beer and whisky NOBODY ELSE We! do not have to save on all necessities, except! where those necessities woman
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    will.get it,. are limited in supply and indispensable to winning the war,' Luxu.:s ---------------- -- -

    are the things'we' can readily curtail. Former President Eliot, of Harvard. I
    It 'is assumed that the man Who formerly spent a dollar for prepared table early in the showing: the annual bill of the American '
    dollar the saloons a war expense COLUMN i I HERE aTHt FINEST KIND of? FEED
    BOOZE will. have-no other'use for that. when aredosed. people-for'the things they put in their'mouths that are not bread. The I W.C.T.U. EVERY ounce ts II

    bill was 3915000000. ,Liquor, tobacco, candy, soft drinks, tea, coffee, GUARANTEED *

    The 'last census figures show Lai( there are employed in. the manu- | patent" medicines, and chewing gum make up this' total. '( Mrs J. ,,M. Cochrnne) (t

    faculure of booze only 62,920 wage-earners. Less than onefourthof There is vast room for private economy in the United States. We all signed
    March 1 petition
    On. ,
    .' these (or about 15,000)) are brewers maltsters; distillers and recti", like-the good things of life: it is'true, and many of us have been accustomed of, 1918,America's a -
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    representative
    by 6,000,000
    fiers. The remainder are blacksmiths, carpenter's, coopers, electricians, to buy, so long as we could pay. But that process needs lobe changed: presented to the u11111tQ "
    was
    engineers, machinists, painters, plumbers, /firemen and other me- because man has money is no longer a reason that he should spend it. chief executive women 'of the nation. The IIIIIIIhM, gdN
    chanics. I.i Our paramount duty is to deny ourselves'that others may live and thatwe fertilebrain of Miss Anna' Gordon, IjtI 1r

    i There teamsters employed' in breweries than brewers! may gain victory. In the United States 35,, pounds of cotton per capita are president of the National W. C, T. U. ,..
    are more
    now required to make the cotton goods we Wear in'a year. In 1870 we used devised a plan of securing petition

    Would, these men be compelled to. learn other trades if the breweries I i 11 I pounds per capita. Our per capita, consumption of sugar lately was' 89 from presulepts of women's organic THE FINEST KIIJU'' a,

    : were closed down? Are ,breweries the ONLY places that em-' pounds per year. A generation ago,)it was half this amount -economy. that zations, and hundreds! of other ""n' table OF EATABLESare
    carries back to the habits of grandfathers will not hurt. women of America., The; petition?
    ploy i teamsters, carpenters, etc.? us our reads:

    .' Of course no one will dispute that a certain latitude must be permitted. The President, The White House\ : the guaranteed meats to be '
    The fact is, when'men no longer spend Jheir"money for .booze, We must be prepared for sacrifice. But sacrifice need not mean such, a self- Believing that the women of the purchased at this shop. Every
    t t it else which will do GOOD instead
    will their
    something ,
    they use to- buy United States are loyally doing
    denial on the part of the American people as to be ruinous to business. Ill- ounce is full of wholesome nutri
    value and which will in national crisis to
    of-HARM..wKich will have PERMANENT, give utmost our carryout
    advised and impetuous economy-meaning unemployment and closed factories, all government plans for. the conservation ment. Our customers are pleased
    workingmen work and l
    mo'e more wages, greater prosperity every way '
    would be demoralizing. It is evident Jo every thinking man that business of food, and by.. the manner in which we wait

    .. "4'''''' '" than OT"", if JaU.the._same_. amount.,."a,.,*.wawwMww of" money Zj arwua.u.z.ntatwdosr were spent for beer and- a vvjiiskey.lk "b..l"*' fatfurS.! !, r"ini I gsl '}jyalam the \ d"'i'r., >*iye} ,..b:-:1-:o e transferred nion..o{"' indust'rv Irom the''''''caref''satisfadion t l llv' \ b.ro\lgtt, C..III-.I.! boutwhereby .'",of armingarvaskf Realizingthat I ' Qosfoad''ntulTrNdlAsthe; '' /;there Is still;: an ...,upon" them: .fend..,- "thev-....,..".,.,..,.JI'y'.*,,;....,..we.+Iiin.keep':,.""' ;. .,..."t.
    Mere, roughly, is what will happen when the money now invested t nation s energies are of malt and vinuous liquors our delivery promise. '
    t in the manufacture; of liquor is transferred to other industries. according I I. wants to ,the satisfaction of the needs of the army and navy. production, :- _

    to the United States census figures': Sound business must be sustained if the nation is to be insured against We appeal to- you, out: commander- -
    economic instability. Furthermore 'we ourselves must be sustained if we are in-chief of the Army and Navy, to
    FOUR TIMES AS MANY WORKERS WILL BE EMPLOYED. prohibit the further -waste of these MarketKISSIMMEE
    be efficient. City
    to kept
    of malt I
    food stuff, In the production :
    FOUR TIMES AS MUCH WAGES WILL BE EARNED; So then we can afford no negative economy on the part of the American and vinous liquors during the periodof I

    peop! What ,we can afford ii is a curtailment of all unnecessary spending the war. I J
    FOUR TIMES AS MUCH RAW MATERIAL WILL BE RE-
    ,. Thepetition Is unique in its'beautytPrinted :
    and a wise and wasteless use of our resources Waste is an economic WIDOWER LONG -
    nine by fifteen
    parchment
    'j I QUIRED. offense; it is designed to have ill-effect on the nation, and. mischievous effecton inches, bound on in book form, and tied RATULAT ED..

    HOW CAn MORE WORKERS EMPLOYED, MORE WAGES character of the waster. with white satin ribbon, at the top of
    the first is, a' beautiful American "Since my; wife's death, five years
    And when has saved, by the economic of all necessities the page
    EARNED AND MORE RAW MATERIALS CREATE A one use
    REQUIRED flag, with the text of the petition be- ago, I 'have suffered greatly; from
    next thing to consider is what is best to do with this To conserveit .
    LABOR PANIC saving. neath. The petition contains the official stomach and liver trouble and gas attacks -
    should be the "first idea and the government has devised War Savings signatures of presidents of I lost over 60 Ibs and at times

    The Interests of the Saloon are Always Opposed to the Interests Stamps or "Baby Bonds" for this very purpose. They can be bought on installments twenty-nine national organizations, was as yellow as a saffron. My doctors -

    of the Workingman. of 25 cents down and 25 cents any time.. and individual signatures of a thou. could Wonderful not help Remedy me. Six have doses en-ofMayr's

    If yon believe that the traffic in Alcohol does more Start a bond today -'t : ' sand The noted following women brief of America.statement by tirely cured me. I have regained my

    harm than food-help stop ill! S SAVING. I, Miss Anna A. Gordon accompaniedthe weight) and every one "is congratulating )
    petition: me how well I look. It is simple,
    In the- period of the war there are two things to sate-one is materialthe Mr. President: March 1, 1018. harmless preparation that removes

    Strengthen America CampaignThis other is.money. Material not bought by a private, citizen for his private We deeply appreciate the privilegeof nal the catarrhal tract and mucus allays from the the inflamation Intesti-

    use is left for use of the government; money saved by a private citizen when presenting to you a memorial representing which causes practically all stomach,
    ,
    ( advertisement was prepared by Charles Stelzle and furnished by material is not bought, and when that money is turned over to the government, six million States. women patriotsof liver and intestinal ailments include
    the United
    I C. A, Carson.) : gives to the government power to secure live material that is automatically. We believe this is the first petitionin ing appendicitis.refunded.One dose will 'convince -
    ) released by the private citizen's saving. the history of our country' in which or money

    Saving in war time is simply a diversion of the buying power of money all leading organizations of women-
    fraternal social, patriotic and r
    civic ,
    ,
    from the individual the As general proposition savingis
    to government. a
    well hundreds of notable

    ligious-as as
    -0 0 0 0'0' .0000 000000000
    OOoOOOoOOo -
    a hard matter to define as the application of the term involves several con- women in the educational and

    tradictions. It is a familiar axiom that he who spends money wisely, saves official; life of the Republic have unft-
    Wanted while he who saves money wisely, spends. ed. It comes to you, Mr. President, FOR SALENO
    : as the voice of the womanhood of
    We cannot afford to argue against spending. The hoarder is a loss to America. I It comes to you, our Commander .
    the community and to himself. We can afford to argue for spending. Spend in Chief of the Army and 'Na

    i To buy:steers one year old and up. Price ing for the war We need to save money when that means saving commo vy, at the time.of an appalling crisis r-
    which peculiarly concerns the moth-
    , according to age and size. Will pay spot dities. ers of the nation. I
    Let us keep the.distinction clear.' Every dollar thai is expended is expended -
    f ; I. Educated by this government to le-
    (' '{* ,for ianYI? .' s j.istoC; { putiinto fclrculalionMjIfji]._ I i itjl'is i paid jjfor 'lievej-hatifood, will win the war, these TRADE ,CONSIDERED., .
    tolBASS e ,4a. ; > > *lft* fWW&P W
    PHILLIPS edleaa uchtlabor *
    l l> oods Jiemgused "whosee"magnificentbwar i scrvi,
    I : & r elhing Vj is vi iiii 19 so or ma1ena jrom" :: women ; >i l
    ,, for he But if(Jlt paid fo eth'i th's es !Ice( and a rlfiee Rev ''wherei) areat,': 4
    ,\} <;r.rr.1:: ;';:' ", ( ."t 1\\1U'\ nation s necessIties IS } g forhe''maximum' < for Cash to settle bankrupt'f.11N.iiu.f.
    A. F. Bus ( , ;," ,' ential to the It|applies so much!! dduio'nal l toward supplYIng .1este'd: onT011! "cons : . > ,
    ; Buyer, Kissimmee & St., Cloud. to-if i ,war Just, S1.lPPOL'' servat fO dmaterials1fortfthe \(( \ $ :" ; the nations necessities. 'A wise, and courageous' handling oFrthV situatlo'n'' duration of the war. They earnestly ' estate, creditors will sacrifice -
    ,*wMS"Cwh'h''ef: +A:w'-5 w0 vr'rsr: :.:.:..:.{:..'r ; food
    that confronts every man, woman and child of the nation will pay, both directly ,and respectfully ask that all
    . when materials used in the production 158 ,acres in Osceola
    - and indirectlyThe curtailment of one's personal! expenditures, now

    that transfers buying power from the individual to the government, benefits I j of supplies malt desperately liquors! be diverted needed bv to food our County, Florida, 5,12 milesS.
    lie individual benefits the and benefits: the people a.whole.
    ( government as
    and the armies of the allies
    army E. of Kenansville.
    Land
    For by that curtailment the individual has set for Inmsell a healthier and saner I II On behalf of these six million petitioners I

    Osceola Hardware Co. standard of living. lie has closed competing with the government in bidding J :Mr.1 President, we thank you.I II covered with pine timber. "
    I on essentials that are needed for war. He has surrendered something for for the steps in this direction already .
    I others. j I I taken, and consideration we beg your of the early prayer and favorable of- ,Pike roads on two sides.

    Located on Kissiitimec's The concentration of energy for winning the war is the highest motive the memorial we have the honor to 1
    that can dominate our lives today. With this thought before us, we can, there- place in your hands.. S. LANDAUAlton

    BUSIEST CORNER fore, properly reduce our material wants to a minimum. We can save on our ANNA A. GORDON,
    ,
    table. We can make sure that our clothing is no longer serviceable before we President National Woman's III.

    \ purchase more. We can economize on fuel! and lifcht Exactly as we save Christian Temperance Union.

    I. The Globe Wernicke will there be more food, cloth and fuel for the Uses of war. Washington Headquarters National, Hotel W.riscoll.C. T. U.'

    And when we have reduced our expenditures to the minimum, and have

    t. Sectional Bookcases l I accumulated surplus dollars, we 'ci.n then turn them to the uses of our government CASCARETS" WORK Take SulphurBaths

    . It can be placed on account; immediately in any amounts from 25 at
    II cents up to one thousand dollars by investing in War Savings Stamps, which WHILE YOU SLEEPFor hottestf
    are the ultimate thing in the keeping and handling of books. Stales- argon sale.everywhere. ; .

    men, Clergymen. Authors 'and just plain everyday folks all bear les- WORK.. I' Sick Headache, Sour Stomach,
    timony to their value. We sell them. Sluggish Liver and BowelsTaRfeCascarett -
    I The duty that rests upon eve'ry producer of the United Stales is to exert tonight. T\ l5

    .. It is warm now, and will soon be warmer It is the time for enjoying his greatest possible effort in turning out those things necessary for the war. RHEUMATISMGout.
    your porch, and we have just the "I roper thing in Porch Furni- I What is required urgently is the product of our farms, mines and shops. We Furred Tongue, Bud Tnste Indigestion
    i ture. Long Settees for the older folks and shorter for I are not all millers and farmers. Nor are-all of us mechanics. But we all Sallow Skin aud Miserable Head-,
    sweet-
    ones Eczema, Hives etc In
    business and in aches coma from a torpid liver and Right
    We have our'part to play in conducting energetically doing our
    J
    ... hearts. can suit all classes from our stock. clogged bowels, which cause ;your stomach your own home and at trifling cost,
    v of the wheels of
    about industry.
    speeding
    to bring
    I utmost a to become filled with undigested you can enjoy the benefit of healing
    ::. There is no need of laundresses sending the wash home in a I' The duty of the farmer, the miner and the mechanic is clear-just as food, which sours and ferments like garbage sulphur baths.

    gunnysack now, for we have-a line of good Clothes. Baskets._ Want I clear as the duty of the soldier and sailor daring all things in the trenchesand in a will barrel.. That's the first HANCOCK'SULPHUR '!
    ones the mine fields That duty is to labor with more zeal than ever before. step to untold misery-indigestion, foul "

    'I,t t Food, fuel and machines are the present day staples of war, and America's gnat, bad breath, yellow skin, mental COMPOUND]
    fears, everything that is horrible and
    We have Enameled Bread Boxes all white and sanitary. They ultimate success or failure lies in the plough the pick and the lathe. nauseating. A Oascaret to-night will _lure's own blood DUrlMna and alda besting

    P keep the moisture in and the insects out, and are very much worth This fact does not for an instant, however, modify the dity of the rail- give your constipated bowels a thorough remed-SULPHUk-.epared make his UN most ef'/lcAclouL'/ Use a way to
    Tr while. road worker or steamship man, the merchant, the banker or the clerk. tl en- cleansing, and straighten you Out by bath;..... It as a Iotlott applJlq 10 af.ctj
    larges it. Every human effort is urgent hence forward to bring about a right morning. They work while you sleeps pwtw ul take It laUratU
    distribution of the commodities used in warfare and to promote the facilities 10-cent box from your druggist will SOc and $1 the bottle
    .
    at dntuUt't.
    '. THRIFT STAMPS for producing mope of those commodities. 'The sum total of America's finished keep you feeling good for month. aend w.your wUl h>Mad i ni.a.dboDl.dlred.. If h can't! stamps

    'j. products are released, from mouth to mouth, by the producers to the By employment of thrift, Great HANCOCK UOUID IVLPHua I
    This is one of the most momentous weeks in the world's history. shipping men the merchants and all the others and the nation can afford no Britain is saving millions every year COMPANY

    t The great battle of the ages is on. Let us stand behind the men with apathy on the part of these men in dealing with the responsibilities imposedupon from battlefield scrap. Extend this ._) .Mdmora.."A... Cimrnmj M4. *.''
    them. An indifference to duty on the put of any one man engaged in practice to the United States and help J.a4 so.-,.S._She S
    our
    money. ..-...... win the great war ,when you buy War =
    commerce or finance will serve directly to weaken the nation in the task it Savings Stamps. ,
    has undertaken.

    GASHUM & SUSETTE So then we are all called upon to augment our efforts, and thus meet

    the demands of situation bigger than vision fully
    a any present can compre-
    ,. J Mrs. Elmira Spudds, wife of one of our potato kings, called on hend. Hard work will supply and properly distribute the goods needed in this i
    Susette yesterday and found her in
    x t) tears. emergency. Every nation that has: 'gone into war has had to speed up labor. Wanted :
    what is the she
    '"Why matter? inquired. Men left at home have had to ''take the place of those drawn away. They
    'I I baked bread for .
    some wa-war Cashuml""Well have had to work longer hours, and work faster than before.It .
    how did he take it?
    " to is// an unsupportable fallacy that the business of peace can go on .as CYPRESS LOGSADDRESS
    "Oh, it made war' all right!I" .-- usual under the superimposed burden created by the war. It simply cannot

    I be done.. We haven't the machinery and labor, and cannot get them. Qur ,
    Watch, this space next week for more about Gashum and work, then must be directed with one constant aim before..us,.the aim to do 1
    .. Susette. I
    utmost"to: win the
    t our- Our chief characteristics'war. U. Americans, it unbounded energy. Properly Landeck; Lumber Co., 'Tampa Fla.

    tG directed that energy will enable the nation to devote every available atom of ,

    'I its resources to the purpose for which those resources are enlisted Enthusiastic -I Stating what you can furnish for continuous hipment. ,
    , Get Your Job Printing From t the Valley Gazette '
    application of this energy becoming sporadic when the enthusiasm wanes, .i l

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    I THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY MARCH 29, 1918 THRU

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    :, LETTER FROM A KISSIMMEE in this community and as a result the I here for several years and Intends, to First ,Grade A. Sixth Grade A.
    1 cemetery never presents a run downor return to housekeeping in his beautiful Evelyn Welsh] Naomi Slade, Henry Janet Graves, Clara Johns, Katherine -
    neglected. appearance. lakeshore cottage 'as soon as the I Bratton, AI. Rogero, Richard Rogero. Miller, Elizabeth G. Moseley. a
    : r BOY AT CAMP WHEELER L, Granger of Miami,, who :bas been war ends. : Second Grade B. Madge Rivers, Mary Sanderson.
    in this section for several weeks looking Mr*. Mary Conklin of Cleveland Eugenia Oliver, Evelyn Poulk, Madge Pierce
    -- after his orange groves, returnedto Ohio, returned to tier home after. JWary Steffee, Mary Yates, Mamie Seventh Grade B.
    i '. Camp Wheeler, Gal:, Mar. 23, 1918. his home the fore part of the week spending a delightful winter here. Thompson( Stanley Chapman WUI Ethel Bass Emery Brown, Millto
    I Dear Dad: With practically all the brick 'on Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Clutter and : Fairbanks, Nonan Graham, Frank Johnson. '
    I f' Received letter this SHINGLE CREEK the ground- for the Shingle Creek. family and Miss Josephine Burns of : Key, Harry Lee Swain, Charles Ty Seventh Grade A. i,
    your morning, Klssimmee ,road, we can not'but' won- Washington, Pa., terminated a brief son. Blanche Mueler, Nora Keller.
    I was glad' to hear from you. der when the work of laying will be- visit to the park a few days ago and i .Second Grade' A. Eighth Grade B. +
    j 1 have been trying' to write a letter returned to Washington.) During their i EJla Quirk, Geneva Bowen, Jose- Lucy Lupfer, Margaret Lasley.
    home for the last week, but it .Mrs. P. G. Cromartle and Miss Susie gin.Quite an acreage of Irish potatoes visit they occupied .the.Stratman. rest' phine Griffin Virginia Harris Kath-, Wilma Wilson, Mary Schilder, Gladys
    TUon went to Boggy Creek Wed- was planted in this section and the dence on the Jake front. Mr. Clutter' erine Waring, Jennie Schilder, Alberta Griffin, James Dietz, Lewis Hlrtzel, {
    seems as though I .never could, get nesday fora visit at the home of the present prospects are promising fora expects to follow the swallows south Bronson, Franklin Edwards, Gettis Frank Reed. ,
    down to it; seems to have former's .daughter, Mrs.. Arthur Al large yield, the recent rains coming again '''next fall. Tyner, Joseph Tucker, Cecil .Whaley, High School Department. ,
    been hoadquEvery ltent for arguments. derman. ut an opportune thnu. a j I Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Davies left on Emery Barrie First Year.
    time tried to write Mrs. M. M. Miller and Mrs. J. R. Several ->f our residents arC talking Monday for .their farm at Granville, Third Grade B. Frances Kritc Clara PJoeti.)
    a. bunch wou round and Bronson of Kissimmee visited the lat- seriously n( planting cotton Ohio. They will visit Camp Sheridan Alvin McCranie, Geo.. Lee Single- 'Second Year.
    start some kind [>f an argument and ter part of last week at the home of Miss Lucre la Overstreet was an 'at'. Montgomery, Ala.; en route. tary, Julian Graham, Garland Han- Ruth Campbell, Percle Oliver,.Edith
    make so much noise it was impossible their sister, Mrs. G. C. Bronson. They Orlando visitor1' Friday last. kins. Ruth Parker, Sarah Duke, Emma Miller, Lucile Harvey. 4
    .to ",-rite,-so I gave :it up in despair were accompanied upon their returnto W. H. Anderson had the misfortune -. B. Quirk, Nellie Gilbert, Elsie Third Year.
    and have come to the Y. M. C. A. to Kissimmee by their sister, Miss Schilder, Carrie Barnes. Vem Wilson.
    to lose of
    one hie horses recently 1 ROLL
    write in peace.: Lucretia Overstreet. the animal being found dead in- OF HONOR .1 Third Grade B. Fourth Year.Muriel .'
    I had 'the good fortune to listen to Wilber, the five-year-old 'son of Mr, the barn. ( I Roy Huling, Enoch Herzberg, Mar- ] Prentis, Gertrude McKay,
    and Mrs. W. O. Bronson, who has The thV ion Graves, Ethel Joiner, Laura Lee Christine Ivey.
    yesterday following pupils of Kissim
    ;,; been seriously sick- for the past two Taylor.
    ( think I have ever heard. weeks with cholera infantum is now KISSIMMEE PARK mee public schools have not been absent -I Fourth Grsde'B. Whenever You Need a General Toolc
    1:4 t I am going to try and get n copy well on the way to complete] recovery. or tardy during the month ending Tina Schilder, Christine May, Ros- j., Take Orot'e's.The .
    March 15th 1918 have made '
    ,
    ; lof his spech and send it to ItTVought an aver- ella Cooper, Don Oliver '
    v you.
    1' .Mrs. G. B. Woodall and Mrs. Sarah of in ; Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
    ninety cent
    i' ; out some points in this war Prevatt of. Kissimmee were in at- age per or more f, Fourth Grade A. chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
    Mr. and Mrs. Teal] and niece Mill their studies with not less than
    ."' fhat put the whole,, thing in a differ- ? Youel Johnson Oren Brown, Elon, Tonic
    tendance at the cemetery clean-up on General because it contains the
    . r.", ent light than I had'ever thought of Saturday last. I'' Agnes Weingarth, left for their home eighty-five in any subject and not).less Tyner, Isoline Reaves, Catherine Den well known tonic properties QUININE
    in Columbus, Ohio visiting Daytona, than ninety-five in deoortment.
    before. If the American 'pcopie.could; The Shingle Creek'cemetery now ning, Helen, Chapman, Dorothy Bul- and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drinaout
    'St. and Jacksonville -First Grade C.Ruth' .
    hears,, few'speeches I think it.would neat Augustine on lock, Hazel Bass. Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
    \ wake them up and make them do presents a very appearance as their way. They expressed themselves Bolkcom, Florence McCorquo- Fifth Grade. B. Builds Whole System. 60 cents.
    a result of the labors of those wh" up the
    as having enjoyed the pleasant win- dale Alma Shuman, Mamie Turner,
    something Georgia Fairbanks' _
    > gathered there. on last Saturday for ter and will returnin the autumn, Howard Falls, Clifford Chapman, Roy .
    ,0'1 i There is one thing that we lack in Fifth Grade A. Visiting-cards printed by the Valley
    \\1' this country, not only in tho army.but the purpose of cleaning the premises.A bringing' many of 'their friends with Bronson. Herbert Bass. Eunice Rivers, Rebekah Miller, Ir- Gazette Job Department.
    large number reported for work First
    I them. Grade
    : B.
    in civil life and that is viri'Driggers. Russell Edwards.
    ,
    { discipline.- and kept busy until some time in the Mr. Albert Nyman'', 'who went to ChrystineLybrand, Acmes Ordas, .
    ''
    in
    can't discipline Sixth Grade B:
    ([ course one expect afternoon. A picnic dinner was served New York, last May to enlist in the I Margaret Yates Alma Yates, Hilda To Cure a Cold In One Day.
    in the but Marison
    civil Florence
    J life ,
    can Virginia. Lesley. ,
    ns you army in the shade of the oaks, near the navy, returned here for a few days' Fines, Edna Williams, Albert Criner, Take LAXATfVa BROMO 001.1_. It atop aka
    i there ought to be some. We need a Nellie Taylor, Dorothea White, Virginia Couch and ;Ne.dache and work off the Cold.
    i, better understanding be'ween, the church and'was heartily enjoyed by visit last week, leaving for Pennsylvania Billie Hyatt, Frank SohmidJ, Emil Fansler, Bascombe Lane, R. D. Drua .t. trfuod money U It I.U. lo cur*.
    ,\' people and the army. all. Clean-up day is an annual event Monday, Mr. Nyman has lived Duke, John Stratton Thomas. U. W. CBOVB BlBTiktun oa each bos. ,We.
    -
    , It has been t.'haJ' Germany i
    p.1iu all'thcrrieriwshb'rteidshehe found' Us'till,,'',inp.';;;" G ,yi7yMIsws .,u,n''':',,,,':''PNMnw' ;+;rM ,r..mn.vAh-i 'l.aimi..a.! ....,...........1.I\.., ". "r." ",....._...... W"'f;! >'';W'IfRaw"'VM 1....._MNMVMre'neamw'''''''_''''''''''_ji.'..aV.;,.. u".I imd, lf''l'i'' ',"<'''':' ,WI |

    [': the 'guns, all tho.ammunit.ion, hit the' .. .'
    ; gas, all the food ahe needs to win 'r 1 1I
    i.- this war. She has had (you. notice I .
    : say hag had) the best disciplined ,
    t army the world has ever known, unless -
    t, ] it was the old Roman army that

    ;!; won so many great victories through
    *. discipline, .
    'l' It is not men and guns that win I t
    (,'> wars. It is discipline more so in ,this k
    war than in any other war.
    both butter and lard and
    [ One of Germany's greatest ,gener- Spav use
    Of in writing about America's en- ,
    *nee into this war said, "We have .
    ..
    r i
    ' nothing to fear from America, for
    ,>-' .America is a democratic country and
    they can not get the discipline that Vegetable Oils and Vegetable Compounds '
    is necessary in an army,before it can -
    win battles." Here I will give you ,
    I the definition we use for discipline. t
    The instantaneous and willing execution "
    "" of all\ ordera at all\ times, and in "
    j" the absence of an order to carry it they are equally good. .N'o
    "'out just like the order would 'have :.v'. ,
    ? been if it had been issued. How well
    { that could be carried out in civil life
    if the people just would do it; in the :
    -
    of food, the cutting down of , ," : ' : ', : '
    saving ;
    ,
    .
    ' "
    expenses and a hundred other ways iftbey. o "" 'I"ii.j'>..;,;"< .:-''''j"' ."' '', >'1..'"'', i: J\/1.M" '' HH'lWftA'ji''sft.> \ ]i" :, ,,'.4'-,1.'' '".ct f, .. ' I .. .u.C' 'Food Administrationfats
    '
    ,:
    is-
    just would when orders are
    sued for a day to be set aside for ....., '( :_. .: ':;-.\,:.. ':' -:" :.', "" ,:'' ,. " .''x. :,' .:.1< " "
    meatless days or wheatless days etc., ( \: '. .,- "
    |live up to it, to every letter of the 1] I
    law. Then again not to wait for such j
    tan order but to do something for the 1]

    1:much country better on their it would own be. hook. how ' HE United States Food.Ad- are produced and used each

    .The question in our minds is is Germany -

    right when she says we can not ministration does Cottolene' is familiar
    not ,
    getthe discipline in our army today. step year. a .
    That lays as much if not more so with
    the people at home thnn it does with '
    [ kitchen if
    'into to see example.
    |- e.thnt command the armies.PtTho your you
    '' has,,solved, that .
    English 'army '
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    They today;;,'havejajdisci j )'I ,J" " ' .
    is as good[celthe: German A 1 tKtwia tt-iifvifi Xl Ii nWrecbmmerid i ;'::.',vegetable jA/ :

    IJblem. 'far exceedsitJ1tP! s aT'dill: I' waj j 'v tfv..v; J r..1// "' I' I
    \ W
    is goodjiond/;;! ye y ou to : : \, ; i.
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    "\\:<" 1"01\ ". ,, . fats the Government.does.* ,, not ,
    .
    SfOrf< The German soldier has discipline .
    i' because he has no other choice. The '
    r.I English soldier has discipline because "SAVE ANIMAL FATS" specify any particular product.
    Jh* wants his army to be tho best. You
    'ytn very.readily see which is the best.
    Cottolene however is
    They: got than kind of discipline bet well
    I cause the people co-operated with the .. r
    army We can cot that discipline :: -and puts you on your honor. known as a and wholesome .
    }only when the people co-operate with pure
    ,ft Jtfce army to the fullest; extent, and '
    t unless hey do Germany will win lais vegetable shortening. Incidentally
    I fwar; all our time, money and thousands Now the Government isn'tasking ,
    f of lives will have been wasted.
    \ It is not men and guns th:-.t win wars { it gives delicious cooking' '
    rto;> day-it is discipline. Germany you to deny yourself good ,
    .has got it and unless we got it wewail 't: ,

    The never question win. might arise how cant eating, but merely to cook in a'; results. .... .

    people best heln to get discipline

    'j o the armies, Through the wom- l different In word Here is the fact ,I "
    en, through' the mothers, wives and slightly way. a to remember -
    'sweethearts of the soldiers.' Insteadof "
    the mother writing to her boy how :' short in the '.of lard when buy-when
    heartbroken nhc was and how much to stop use you you

    she. wanted him to get: out of the ..
    army arid how she did hoY>e he would and butter in your cooking and cook-and we quote it from the ,
    ; not go to Franco. How much better .
    ',would be for her to write how '
    rot' It
    ,y proud she was for her boy to be in the' use vegetable fats instead. United States Food Administration -
    t': biggest war t.ho'world has ever seen.
    '. How glad she was to know that her "
    | boy was chosen to represent his country :
    I, at the front and to fight a peo- In the production of f the. +
    a freedom such as his father
    ,fought[ for, a freedom that will brin peace and happiness to all the world. needed vegetable fats the country your ,
    :One does not have to think how
    J t

    :tare Much would difference cause.of feeling those Ite- is ,well equipped. Already.' mill save fat (animal fat) by substituting. -

    7 < A soldier can only get discipline if "
    Jfae has the spirit. The best way to of of .
    ions whole-
    get the right spirit is by getting the pounds pure, ,
    .fight sort of letters from home.
    .
    ',discipline's(There is, by another sacrificing way thousands of getting of some and nourishing vegetable rii1E ZKFAIRBANKSSSSaCottolene:: v T

    jves on the battle front through thejfeck
    of discipline, but think of theAnt.
    How much better .it would b.. I '.
    '. have the other kind, the kind
    f naught on the drill fields. We can get
    ''.that kind if we get the right help andinake '
    the Germans regret the day

    'hey forced this country into the war.Lflte I .
    French and English did it. Why
    Kan't we? .
    WtThat is what we are doing day in Patriotic Shortening ;
    Kid day out. We have discipline butt
    H> the right sort. You and mother ,

    helping me; some other boy's ..... ,
    other and father are not. They are \
    Unintentionally helping the :Germans. . .
    B'e want them in the game; can you
    rip' 7 You said you wished you could -

    Help by being In the army. You are .
    .
    .5 'S .
    Balping every day. You can do more "
    Hian ten thousand.soldier* by helping S H i
    Bet all the mothers, wives and sweet- ,, ia
    Kearts to write the right sort of let- '
    Hen-the kind you and mother write.


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    FOUR THE' KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY.. MARCH ?9. 1918 ..;..

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    i KISSIMMEE VALLEY (GAZETTE TURN. UP.-YOUR CLOCKS MILK YIELD REDUCED BY TICKS l CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS .,1



    ....... "Early to bed
    P. ** Every Frleq FOIL" 8 A 1,15 -Hplondlil little fruit And FOR RENTFurnl.h.d rooms or
    .y KIsslsiBse, Valley GsiseH (.'..p.." Early to rise trucking* farm Just outside the city apartments for light! housekeeping.,
    .. and buildings, nice bearing In modern, convenient house close In.
    KISSlB r Kl rld Makes a man healthy wealthy limits: frond
    i fruit excellent location, with Mrs. IS 1C. Wells, Real Kstata and Insurance
    trees
    ZI W. B., ....rI.. I'resKeat{ wise" ,the comment made by Frank, high" school; church and rood marketadyamages. 118 Mabbette St. Phone Z42.

    : .... See...... is about to be put to and yet can enjoy the I Intend to
    E!:. ,U > ABBrvr, tin years ago : freedom of the country. Full particular FOR SALE CHEAP- sell
    t'.I.pksss Ne. it the acid test In-a nation wide move to Interested parties both of my bungalows right away.If .
    real
    Interested In a bargain
    you are -
    TKACT or
    \VB HAVH AN HO-ACHK(
    ment to conserve fuel l by using daylight 'land for ale that has one .-room write to mo about them or call
    9s>h>BrlB. to see me.
    Copy, On Tear. .___.__.12.00 On the first of April, which 'and one 3-room orchard home S6 acre; about In 6 culllatlon acres- located on -Verona St., has two lots,
    ODe -Copy. Mix Month..d.__-.-_... ionOne falls on Monday every citizen is urged \hearing' fenced Into; several fields, extra a nice six-room cottage, largo workshop
    I, Copy. Tbr _. Month.-__.. .76 to turn up the hands of his Inger. rood quality of land 1 mile fromrailway lroodlI'araK"well. Price nice lawn right, excellent The-!' -
    flowing
    Ben just one hour then station, packing house
    All communication except from ourauthorl..d soil or Big about his tasksas school, church Ho,, and 5 miles fromKlsslntmue Red llunKMlow, corner Mabbette and)
    correspondents. mu.t be forget about it and go the county( sent Ownedl
    signed by the wrIUT.Hejected usual; The order is really effective n..n-r..ld..nt. who will sell for FARMERS--Send today for a. free sample
    t matter will not. be returnedanlvss twelve-thirty ,Sunday night though N Iraq than biz valuo and we want 1C I copy of the Florida Farmer nndlStockman
    published at Jacksonville
    I called for. thin to -
    .how property any nrospeeflve
    of timepieceswill
    the majority
    it Is likely Tells.about livestock raising dairy
    (Entered In the Poatofftce at'Klnnlm- be camouflaged earlier In the evening I L-J.i&b : HAVH buyer.VVH ; ONK l of the best mock i InK. poultry citrus fruit and truck
    wee, Florida .. aoennd-claa.matter., ) Monday morning, but the '"Ir lira fag twice n month at SOc per Y"Rr-
    or on farina In the country adjoining three years for $1.00. Only_,Ivestoclc
    w effect will be the same. The trams lake, excellent praB| 'ie bottom land and general farming paper In the '
    will arrive in Kissimmee 'at the Iden- drown luxiirlouH-rr.nsnes. with about ilia Ie. Write today. ,
    100 acres of Mull. land fine for cltruc
    ?EMeeRP' tical schedule now in use, (by the fruit. u Ith ,about 12 acres. of splen- Kerinuda. .n..w. never occupied (rood
    I'I clock) schools will begin at eight., did drove on I h.rolw..l'I\ good. Blue lot, built of best materials Any
    thirty (by the:/ ''clock) every' activityof house with tine large I llveqaltH 0"0 Interested. In eitherof these.properties
    the will. on as before (by around It ; xialilfH,: county road: .new with real 'Intention. to buY'can
    city go
    hurh on corner of farm; st ho.ri\
    I them low I below their
    value
    Han the clock) but in reality, not only the One of the "tea cup cow which' are very ,common In Florida.. The ticks nearby; rood neighborhood! hrl...' end, buy arrange* any reasonable terms*
    city but the entire nationwiJ} speedup road half wav.oul to the placevry; ('has 1'. how, 2L ,So. Orange. Ave. .'y4 "1..
    of blood which otherwise might be converted
    suck large, Juantlties by.the .
    just one hour with the, probable oheup; fitVorulilf terms Orlando Fla '*-tf
    \VK HAVE .\ NUMHEH of excellent,
    yyosrAre'pa re.tltthat an fmmense amount; of cows Inttb milk; ,.al.. .
    places in town for at bargain : KUfKnpON
    H FOR RAII3- ONF) TYPE-
    is _____,______ _____
    will be saved which now con- u I .
    fuel prices ,
    ; WRiTER MODEL:: TliIU E. VISim.K. 1
    55Pit sumed in producing illumination. WK ALSO HAVE 280- ACnE FAKM. .' AS UOOO AS N10W. Applv "
    ;
    I The idea of dislocating the time- Cattle licks are largely responsible i to pay high prices for poori, quality, improved; worth $40 per acre owned 116 South Vernon Ave. tr .
    pieces to induce humanity to keep for the, ccarclty' of good milch. cow; tick infested cattle, high prices for by northern man that "we can, exchange J
    all kinds of feed and high prices for for northern property.ti DWELLINGS for ,reht. Apply to M.WANTKH .
    early hours is not new but wasexperimented and for the presence of *o many poor $ .iE 01 )'flUI'IQI'I.I" who want to Tiller ;
    with in England, as long labor come to the "Land of Fruits and ;
    producers in Florida, reRUltlng In the
    MARCH 29, 1918 1907 and for the past two Even those who raised the feed for Klowers" and cannot sell your preperty TO nUY-Por..b chairs: ales
    ago as ", ; might find an exchange to
    importation of train loads of condensed your porch swInK. Phone 20Z.
    ,
    Eu- their tick Infected cows have not been
    years has been tried in western : advantage by writing what you have
    Next Sunday la Easter, rope with more or less satisfactory milk from tick free states to fill able to make much money, as the to offer and letting us submit It 10IjVLL TO BR.I>KT"::Froni about May Sth. the
    results, depending upon the number the demands for the lacteal fluid. ticks reduce the milk yield from 18 our client I PAIt'rICULARR' log house situated. on the Klsslinmea.. .
    Interested
    to
    k I Germ nY'/I/! .."mystery. ,gun" 'isn't of hours 'when' daylight/ prevails. There are a number of appellations to 44 pen cent But tboxe dairymen ; parties. Correspondence. solicited. bolt Klsslmmee course,. For Coolest particular'situation, apply In .

    I ttl"h' ,' __ , There i ino'question- t.'hat.t.I'e! measure given'iocallyHo'-aertlgna.te' (hemilkingCapacity ,Jvho r,' ,. e'"tJck""N; ; ,*_fa rin.\saRftgQQ: ., Nhcu4oN. ...HK.VLT.V;; 'U'IPAN, ovenapRtatarakw H. A. Munttr. Utforabout'
    . '-"" -"< .' '
    will conserve a vast amount of fuel. of family cows, including"tea cow's?are very well atlsfled with present ,::::.nuvK; ;; :-- ,:: ,FOR', : REN'r--O"....," "' c. ." ; ', '''''

    Oeceola's 1600 acres of potatoescouldn't In the United. Kingdom 't is claimed cup cows," Indicating hat the prices as they are making. good: FOR 8AL.K-Retail. lumber yard and about six months. log IIOUHI-May ,lst.opposite fur
    look more promising. that in four and a half months when"summertime" cow gives not more than a tea cup pro fita. novelty works" Box 47>> Klsslmmee...., club house Coolest location In
    effective in 1916
    was Fla. 16-tf Klsslmmep. Telephone '27. 15-Jt
    Germany's "line buck" resulted the saving in gas alone represented full of milk every 12 hours, State Will Be Asked to ,Help. I __ -
    and reduced the Dr. E. M. NlRhbert; found a numberof
    in terriffic loss of her men. 260,000 tons of coal, '
    only a The cattle owners, land owners and
    expense to the consumers 2375000. such cows while conducting tick
    llave ready for the In France the saving in fuel USed for eradication meetings in Wftsnau county business men of Florida are cooperating

    third Liberty your Loan money..-bonds go on sale illuminating purposes: was estimatedat and learned that some of the own to,, ask this State Legislature- tor St. Cloud DepartmentNEWS

    f b April 6t.h.Remember, ten per cent of the nnual con- era had moved to Florida from Wis an appropriation sufficient to help the
    sumption. cousin, expecting to go into the dairy counties desiring release from tick,
    to set your clock up one Varying estimates have been made I business on a large scale but their fever quarantine. The FederalCoy

    I hour Saturday night, so you won't be as to t.he.saving of fuel we can hopeto hopes had been blasted by the presence ernment will furnish men to take I AND NOTES OF TIIE-"WONDER CIT)"
    I late for church Sunday. effect by'tho adoption of this daylight charge of the supervisory work In
    of ticks, as I they could not safely JAMES: MILES MANAGER!
    saving movement. The Boston each both In
    their county, building vats and 4 .
    bring Rood cows from form..rhome.
    Gommrece calculates the .
    Thrift Stamps re Chamber of
    When buy
    you Inspecting systematic dipping, If the ""
    able'to
    They had not been get
    at annually in
    member are not spending your amount $100,000,000
    you State will show its interest
    are saving it. the saving of artificial I light, should milk enough from a few native cows' by'helpinK At the election held here on Tues Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Urs.
    money, ,you theplan be continued throughout the bought locally, to supply the family Osceola is doing splendidly in vth entire year, according to an article needs. The beef a" well!! as t the-dairy Industry I Fred B. Kenney, clerk and D. II. Gill for their home at Kristol, Va. Mr.

    purchase of war savings stamps, but' ; published in the Popuhr Science One farmer in that county I said h<* will be greatly benefited by eradi- tax collector. and Mrs. Riley also left for Ripley
    C she is !not doing her best. Monthly. : was milking nine cows to get three caller of the, ticks and the Stale then The Shawmut Quartet of Boston I Ya", where they will visit.
    I I There is of course no real objectionto quarts! of milk p'rlay, which IK little can offer additional! inducements to I held a concert here on Monday Mr. and Mrs. '1'=. L. Thompson And

    The Red Cross and the Y., M. C. A. 1,' the plan other than a selfish one better than the 16 Quart cow, which prospective "settlers. Among the lnquirkH ing, the third one of the )'e\'en-I II niece, Miss Maud Rankin winter visitors -
    are on the job everywhere and are ,' for the majority of the people-preferto 16 a listed in a-laige colonization course, which was enjoyed by a ,here will I leave on Saturday for
    gives cnly quarts
    doing a great work, write the sol *lie abed as Into in {he morning' as year. office/ in the State there are a very audience. !I 11trip to Palm Bench, Dayton.and: St.

    diers at the front. possible. Ticks Must Be Eradicated large: percentage; from farmers livingIn Mr. Saulsbury of Providence, R. I., I Augustine and then on to their home
    In Kissimmee ,where fuel is 10 ob- who has been spending the winter at i at Oxford, Neb.
    northern and
    After all, it is men and not miles ject, little is to be gained by the new There it little hope of veloiiinBa about the eastern! states, asking Sarasota is spending a week here before 1 I Dr. Davidwn: one of our winter
    that count. All honor to the officers schedule other than to kcoT step with real dairy Industry until the lick; opportunities for establishing returning home. visitors, left Monday for the Soldiers'
    who have yielded a few miles of unImportant the war program of the country in are eradicated und with thd great dairy farms and cattle ranchesin Miss Lafland of Wilmington, Del., I Home nt Johnson! City Tenn.
    I territory to prevent the this attempt to ]Hooverize daylight. demand in Florida for all kinds of Florida Comparatively few of who has been a guest at the hotel.this 1 Mrs. Unison died sat the hospital

    needless slaughter ,of their men. i dairy product, it Is Imperative that these prospects can be induced to settle winter, left Tuesday for her northern ; here on Tuesday evening The remains -

    STATE SPECIALIST SAYS$ the ticks shall be cleaned out HO the In this State until the ticks. are home, 1 were shipped north for burial'

    r The poisoning of a shipload of gov- INCREASE DAIRY PRODUCTS dairy industry can be enlarged!' on a cleaned out. Mrs. Wheeler went for an auto trip : Thursday morning.Mr. .
    ernment horses and other animals profitable! basis.Dairymen Eradication of the cattle ticks win of a few days to I Daytona I Nichols has left to vinit his

    from Camp Grant, Ill., bound for an I near the large cities have mean the passing of the "tea cup" Mrs. J. B. Westcott and son, Hugh/ I homestead 'about 20 miles south and"

    Atlantic port, which resulted in a loss The state dairy specialist was here I been clamoring for increased retail type of rnllcU cows and In their place Collins, were the week end guests of will then return to Denver, Colo.

    e of approximately $80,000, reminds us this week, in an effort to interest the prices for milk, uh'jwlng their customers .will( come good dairy cows which will )Ir. and Mrs. Savage; at the Manhattan Rev. D. S. Arnold and wife, Mr.
    that the Huns are not all "over seas." people of this section in producing hotel in Kissimmee.! and Mrs. S. F.; 1)ecn'of Cniro. Mich..
    I more butter product Nothing could that they cannot continue! selling produce large quantities of) milk and Comrade Horst will leave early in Mr. and .Mm. Jerome Cranston of

    Osceola county commissioners have ,]he more timely than this movement. I milk at former prices when they have butter fat. Annl to spend the summer in California IAda I Mich., Mr. E. Harknoss ami\

    set aside $1500 to help build dippingvats. Florida can and should produce tht ___ u _ u_ ___________ I daughter of Mabel, Minn.,' all guestf
    ---------------, --------- --- - - ----
    It will be used at the rate of butter and cream used in the state, i J. L. Hargrave left Tuesday for of the New England house thU winter -
    d, $100 per r vat, the community in which if nothing more. At present she falls lowing : is the list ()(.1ead rs and 'sub-] "There is: no comparison between the Tampa where,, he expects to :wcrk in left Saturday last to( visit in.

    located to make up the dctficiencyjs farashortofheymarktKfiiis>! L; ; ; :f .1 $;!f'[flvpThemanagerof jects tor thelwl'Ck f1HJi"I Texas ?an .dFlorida "-catle'"forLtheir V'l'Jl' ?i'ardSSlltJ i Ssy t: ;t:Ji i'-v'+Jvj:}' Jacksonville. St'A u us'in in i, e" required ..for : (( ; ;a dairy;companyfin onday"'a' t {eVl&WB 11,q"Coleman s native cow is practrcall a t.htnR'10 gtlianassWwifeJandllwo;: (laughters I ImO tanooga,;'Tenn.en: .the 'way .to therrespcctive'home8l \ -
    ,;;.construction.lfcTimesHerald.n'ulatkaiTheOrlando" { Jacksonville madeitheistatementilas'weekl : t resldcncej, ColemanS(leader8ub'jectf [i thejpastll'andIhasijbeen| placed lb QrE'dh<$rCi 6 Slmmeefjont3unday'i! to ;'| {;<' r
    ... '( --- ... that his!companYjhaslshippe |::Complete Consecration'. [t[good,.breedsi.butl t, he.Y1)ha verdon j attend UheftjiandAo"- nip '.MrgJesso: Cotterell: nephew'' of Mrs.
    I Motor'Club has plan- $59,000 worth ,of fresh cream W into Tuesday! attM(,, rs*Van U Duzer'sf res fthis. "state1: can'doTand atra I lowerlcos: Mil larrvVJennessTBTsonToflMrsJI: West Barngerjfwhohaslbeenlspcnding; )| thewinter"bere"left"onTuesday -

    ned for an immediate campaign for Florida since the first of last month: idence, Mrs. J. T. Burkhalter, leader, "I am satisfied the men who are cott; .of Batterjr-'IV.at Camp"McClcl- for hilT
    new members and is calling on all to augment the supply produced within subject: "Security of Complete; Con-{I I coming here will stay, either buying ]lan, Anniston, Ala., has been pro- home at Decatur Mich. '
    J''' who are interested in the future the state; lie gets one carload a secration." their ranches or leasing them. In moted and id driving a seven-passen Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Edwards;: and'
    r1 growth and development of Orange week from Michigan the express Wednesday at M. S. May's residence either case It will give the cattle industry ger auto for his officers. little ''daughter returned Saturday evening -
    ,county to back up the movement. The charges amounting to almost' $900 per Mrs. S. B. Aultmnn. leader, in Florida a great impetus." .Miss Pearl Creel of Eagle Lake, after a few days spent at
    automobile clubs all over the country cur, and ,two loads a week from Vir- subject: "Fidelity in Stewardship." The 'party from Kissimmee visited formerly with the Tribune and Miss Tampa.L. .
    :' are fast assuming real importance as prinia:: and this is the report from one Thursday at Red Crsos Headquarters :- Walter and Clyde Nelson, members of Edythe:: Jenness were the guests last U. Zimmerman was a bu.uncss
    a factor in building up any section. company.It Mrs. II. C. Stanford leader:, subject j I the Aviation Corps, stationed at Thursday! of Mr. and Mrs. J.. B. West caller at Orlando on Friday last

    is not only a matter of profit but : "Supreme Thrift." Camp Love, near /Dallas. )Ir. Johnston cott. Carlton G. Heirgs. U. S. N., Ar
    One of Kissimmee's women givesone a question of patriotism at this 'time Friday at T. M. Rivers' residence, said they felt quite at home un- Mrs. Mother> ", :Mr. and Mrs. J. ,-II. thur Beggs' and\ Mrs E. J. Sheridanof
    day each week to Red Cross work. when the railroads are taxed to their Mrs. M. S. May, leader, subject: "The till they,were told that what looked Westcott and son, Hugh; and W. S. Englewood; N. V., arrived Tueo-
    What man will give the, equivalent to limit to carry the necessary shipping. Apostolic Church." like buzzards flying around were Uncle Alycu motored to Eustis? Mt. Dora lay evening and arc guests at the
    that amount of time to this cause? Florida should organize'a campaign SCEOIA'S Sam's airmen. There were as and Sanford last Thursday.Mrs. St. Cloud hotel.
    Every clock in Kissimmee should with "Produce our cream and butteror FIRST OUOTA many as twenty or thirty in the air Somerville, president of the Mr. and Mrs E. I II. French, Mr.
    I be set forward ,I with the recent act of Congress. There is no reason why we shouldnot The .Kissimmee' men returned home last Saturday on account of the illness ter and !Mrs. Jennie Briggs;! were the
    We can only win the war by cooperating + produce the supply for this state The first three men to Vie called out Tuesday well satisfied with their trip. of her mother guests on Thursday last o/ :Mr. and
    with the government, whetherit and contribute largely to other sec from this county under the draft system The Auxiliary of the Army and Mrs. George Barber on Massachu-
    suits convenience not. tions are John Hardy Walker of Bas- Union held their setts'venue..
    our or less favored. KISSIMMEE GROWERS HAVE Navy meeting on
    senger, Charles Dann Locke and Na :Monday: with twenty-seven memberspreaent.mustering Mrs. E. J. Sheridan, Messrs. F.

    "President Wilson walks the tight- While no one doubts Florida'spat.riotism than Decatur Parsons. FINE CROPS OF POTATOES ;! in one new recruit, Rath. Arthur Ueggs/ and Carlton G.
    rpo--it reaches across the sea with it is gratifying to note Carl Walker's name appeared on : Mrs. Cranston. The Auxiliary unit of Beggs, U. S. N., motored to Kissim-
    ' its wreck and dead he holds in his the list as! one of the first three in the Red Cross is moo on Wednesday.
    ;1 that she has furnished more than! (Continued from Page One) to meet the first
    ,
    tmmlj the richest! treasure\ ever lodged double the quota of men for military class No.1. but he appealed to the Thursday of each month to sew at the Mrs. A, Z. Daughcrty and two chil-
    in the keeping of one man since God service assigned to the state. A district board and was changed to land. Mr. Miller does not advocatethis Red Cross rooms Arrangements were dren left on Wednesday for their
    t aid. 'Let there!! bo light. The treasure statement from the 'War Department class 3. Mr. Walker was married last as a paying investment and also made to hold a picnic' at Mrs. home'near Richmond, In'f. "

    ; is our life, our liberty our institutions setting forth the recruiting records' November.All thinks there will be undoubtedly a big Williams"'place at the canal on Tuser Mr. Dyall has rented the W. W.. 1
    l( our homes, our fireside1, our of the various states since the campaign men in class No.1 are practically difference in the yield from the crop day next. Riley place on -New, York avenue for
    all. Gentlemen, let me plead with lo increase the regular army drafted now, as it is thought grown on cultivated and specially Mrs.. Shafer and Mrs. Cumrinewere the summer.
    you, with all Americans not by voluntary enlistments started on they 'will be called to the colors as prepared fields, still more land was the guests Tuesday afternoon of
    shake the James. fast as the government can make needed this than had 'been Mrs;
    rope.-Ollie April 1, '1917, shows Florida to be as spring Vincent. ANNOUNCEMENTS
    room for them. The men will be call- plowed he ventured the
    follows: up so experiment Mrs. Bullard and Mrs. Barager entertained -
    1918 STATE PRESS MEETING Quota assigned on April 1-1,504. ed in the order in which their names The present indications are the Loyal Women's class of FOR..MEMBER OF THE BOARD OP
    in the list.
    Number of recruits up to and Including appear that he has made no mistake.Mr. the Christian church on Friday last PVBLIC INSTRUCTION

    The Press Association meets at De- March 13-3,244. LESLEY. CARSON: JOHNSON Miller has seventeen acres of at the home of Mrs. Barager on Dela- At the solicitation of many friends-
    Land on Wednesday, Thursday and According to these figures Floridais potatoes growing on his land this ware avenue. The ladies decided to I have decided to offer my services,
    Friday of, next .week to talk over the ahead of her quota some 1,740 by THINK FLORIDA BETTER year and should the industry proveto make aprons and to put as many pennies again to the voters of Osceola; county
    voluntary enlistment. FOR CATTLE THAN TEXAS be a success in this section he will\,! in the pocket'as their waist as a member of the Board of Public-
    which
    knotty problems vex "ye edi- .. 0 increase this number materially next measured. The aprons are to be sold fully
    CtiZi1 appreciate
    the
    tors," and to smooth out a few wrin- CITY ELECTION HELD (Continued from Page One) season. later at the bazaar. Dainty refresh- kind commendation and of-

    Idea of care by taking a short vaca- Cuba had been the chief market for At Marydia, about two miles from ments were served by the hostesses. fers of support from my friends. and
    tion. AT ST. CLOUD TUESDAY bulls; that cattle were all sold bythe the city limits Mesrs. Lupfer, Prather Born, on Wednesday March 20th should I be re-nominated and elected, '
    head and not by the pound and that and Miller are interested in a to Mr. and Mrs. Claud (Galaton, a girl. the office) the
    Perhaps at no time in thehistoryof The ,St. Cloud City election, in open ranges had resulted in interbreeding twenty-four acre tract that is makinga Both mother and baby are doing nice- ta king care in the future that Iphave;
    the state has the occupant of theeditor's which a great deal of interest hasbeen and they seemed satisfied. fine showing. A portion of this ly at Dr. Chunn's hospital. In the past. w. C. BASS
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    chair carried so heavy a mq.nifested.by the citizens of our Mr. Johnston expressed it as his land is very low but provision has The New England association helda a
    weight of responsibility as at the sister city, came off last Tuesday. opinion that it was only a matter of been made for possible wet weatherand picnic at the Partin place on the I hereby announce myself -
    candi-
    present time when the government is There were two tickets in the field,' /giving our cattle a little more attention a thorough ditching system will canal Wednesday last. About 50 were date for Representative in the a
    "depending, upon its patriotism to and the lines were closely drawn the j' and of putting in good blood be plowed out to carry off the excess present and a good time was enjoyedby islature from Osceola County Leg-sub-

    wage the great publicity campaigns result showing that public sentimentwas when Florida would be shipping cat of water in such eventMr. all, as there was singing, reading ject to the action of the Democratic- 1
    necessary to the success of the vast pretty evenly divided. tle to Texas for breeding purposes. Miller is an old resident here and recitations, and fortune telling primary. FRED M. BASj1:: '
    war measures and up to the present The contestants were Shambow,I The stock cattle would be sent to northern and approves of diversified interests.lie and character reading.The ,
    time they have not been found want Fred Kenney and Gill, present Incumbents Florida, Georgia, Alabama and has a ten-acre orange grove on usual Red Cross 500 party was NOTICE

    ing.Other who were opposed by Conn, Mississippi where cheaper feed can his home place' that is kept in first held Tuesday evening at the hotel All dogs
    duties face them for at no Zimmerman and Frank Kenney. I be produced, he said class condition and is now showing a with five tables. Not as many as running at large in the*
    time has the need for public Improve- Following is .the vote for each can. Mr. Johnston believes that within a heavy bloom, he has a watermeloncrop usual were present, as it is Holy city must wear a collar with the license -

    ments, the development of industries, didate: short time prominent cattle men from sweet potatoes, and sweet corn. Week but the sum of $3.25 was takenin tag. attached.
    the building of good roads, been so For Mayor- Texas will visit this state to see for The main crop will be followed by for the Red Cross work. GEO. W. OVERSTREET,

    great, and at no time has it ,been J. K. Conn _______.______,_.._219 themselves the conditions existing corn, as is-the custom here, in fact the Mrs. Lasley Mrs. Sawyer Miss __ City Marshal.
    more difficult for the public to focus Levi Shambow _________-,____174 here and that they will be mon favorably corn is planted now in alternate rows. Jean Caldwell and Miss Sawyer of The OuhdM That Dot Not Affect
    r its mind on these constructive projects For Clerk and Auditor impressed with .the opportunities Velvet beans and cowpeas will in Kissimmee were calling on St. Cloud < of Its tonic the Head'eca.se

    { with rumors of war filling the Fred B. Kenney\ ______________209 Florida offers. turn follow the corn, to be utilized in friends on Tuesday. viva BaOMO OUININK and laxative I.better than ea.ct. :ordl..rJI'LAXA-
    air and unsettled conditions. L. U., Zimmerman .__.......,.185 E. L. Lesley, in speaking of. the fattening hogs. Mrs. Frank Miller and little daugh pulsiae and.. does Dot Cause nervousness sot
    / While the editor's life is admittedlyan For Assessor and Auditor situation said: "There is no doubt Mr. Miller estimated the cost of ter. Virginia who have been visiting look riiiciD tor;In the..d. Remember. the fall '*n.m.and
    sicnatnr
    .
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    arduoys one the prospect of the D. H. Gill ___________________206 that Texas men are thinking seriously producing his potatoes at $60 per w. IOc.
    approaching fpress meeting at De- W. Frank Kenney ... ________190 of coming; to Florida. This is ejpecially acre for seed and fertilizer. He keeps ---- ---- -- -- -.--
    Land would strongly "tempt most of true of the young men,, and help the year round in any event and

    them to break away from their duties C. W. B. M. HOLD COTTAGE I would be' surprised if we did not does not count the labor as an extra W. D, ARNOLD ALAN,. MAC DONOUGD
    4 for a short session at least, but,when see a number of them, right here in expense. .
    they are promised' a visit to Now PRAYER MEETINGSThe Kissimmee within the next ten days. Mr. Miller remarked to a representative ARNOLD & MacDONOUGH {
    i, ';myrn$ and Daytona to complete the' The long drought: has hit them pretty of the Gazette that in case he
    triangle for good measure, there C. W. B. M. Auxiliary ot the hard and our grass will look good to could get $5 per.barrel for his potatoes Contractor
    little doubt that nothing but stem Christian', church observed the week them 18 .months they have the corm and stock feed wouldmake Engineers, Architect ?

    esasity will keep them from the iSj of prayer prior to Easter by holding been feeding their stock." a satisfactory total for the ea- DARLINGTON AVE CITIZENS! BANK/BUM,

    cottage meetings.. The fol- Referring to,, the he said 5/n'i work. .
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    ;.. THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY' GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MARCH 29.' 1918 FIVE

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    The work of cleaning up the ceme rI .

    t 'I INTERESTING LCAi ITEMS II tery at Shingle' Creek will be continued I '
    next, Saturday, I PROGRAM

    A. J. Wbiddcn of Avon Park was a ,
    .O.O Ot000000090 9000.0+ Dixie Theater tomorrow. business visitor In Kissimmeo- this II y

    Easter services will be held at,the week. Graystone Theatre

    Weather Report churchesSunday ' Mrs. M. C. Bandy will leave for Orlando -

    See the "Zeppelin's Last Raid" war tomorrow to spend> the week APRIL 1.6

    I picture tonight-Casino. end with: her son. Lee Dandy, MO\IJ\V. '"- ,

    A. S. Nelson and ion,'"Bill" motored Mrs. L. M. Turner has returned rb... CUBB .. ,
    Following are daily temperatures to Sanford Thursday on business. from an extensive trip to Tampa, St. "FlIAMINU KHlMKIIft" Trl Angle

    and precipitations, as reported The preliminary declamation con- Petersburg 'and other south, Florida ("...d-; 1IU Doable Pllvfrr"
    stationat I Mrs. Turner is so fascinatedwith *
    by Government points. Third Kplioda
    Klftiimmee fo- the week end test is being held at the' high school Florida that aha will postponeher ",..."'.....r .t lie >\'.... "Yil.

    ing Thursday, March 28: today. return to her home in Torrongton TtiIlIIU-'V. aHDon't
    \ Mat Min. Rain ; ; The Dixie Theater opens tomor- Conn.; till the first of, May.L. Harold l.orkMood I."IIHOAUWAl'.
    ,
    row. Don't fail to see the opening HIL.L Metro
    B. Carell, cashier.of the Greely
    Friday ..__ ...83 56 program. National Bank at' Greely, Colo., wall Comedy Thrlr Flrat ftmrrrl" "Vlt.*

    Saturday __......84 .' 56 Miss Griffith', of Wichita Kansas, in the city this week looking after ,WED ISDA1'r;:

    Sunday .... ..87 68 spending some time in Kissimmee the interests of his brother-in-law, G. AI/c. Bradr-SI'lHH!. OP SYBIL.. ,,,'ortdCtlm..dy
    _= 82 61 visiting. friends. W. Stokes, who haa been severely ill
    'Monday ", "Ml'TT 4t JKKF, Fisher "permit procrastinationto
    FOR RENTTT-Furnished flat with and is now in Johns Hopkins hospital,
    Tuesday" __ ,__.82 54 TIILHSnAY.tlnrlBla ; ,
    went to Or-
    modern Improvements. W. B. Harris.Gazette Baltimore. Mr. Carell .*...
    Wednesday _,._82 56 14-tf Center but will return .0. I.
    : office. ange Friday, "A UAK.IITKH UK FUA\("I;:" Fox
    Thursday ..' .83 58'OOOOOOOt04000OOO Miss Clyde Seymour''' arrived from here tomorrow. Comedy prowl around your, premises! ,
    visit to "....pl.* Jack ..* Jail IllnU" Vlt.
    .OOOO Ojus, Fla., yesterday on a I Wyatt Taylor, of South Carolina, KHIMAV.KHIDAY 1
    her sister;';Mrs. W. B., Harris. connected with the' ;"All South Y. P. Fratarc Day -IOr. tae, SSr The only way to accomplish, After they are done'' you are .
    Miss Gwendolyn Hall of Fellsmer S. C.-E." will lecture at the Christian PAI'LIYE FHKDKHK In those things which need to be glad you did them and set*1.

    :."'t Silk Skirts, assorted stripes\ no two visited in Kissimmee this week and church Monday' night, April 8. This UOIIIL.K (HOSSKU"" 'Artcraf t done, is to take the bull by, down to'' the enjoyment of j
    alike! $4.98, at ,the Dollar Limit. registered at the Hart Memorial rest Is' a special lecture for all young: people 01.-; Leslle .. 1\ the horns and do them. their accomplishment. .
    ,
    and is of special interest youngpeople's ""0111\ OF 1'HIM-KSB PAT"'it.Comedy \
    room. '
    Capt: Clay' Johnson came up from; ,
    societies and all the '
    young
    Okeechobee this week' for' a' short to W.St.,I.Cloud Barber this is week making in da.IlYtrlps'connection people in the various churches in Kis- ""I lUINE" a Side Splitter. 1"oX''SATURDAY" Many of( you: have. mown for A ,long time that your I

    stay with home folks. with his office of tax assessor of Os- simmee are urged to attend and the' OIU TaitKia la homes needed tomething new in the furniture line. '
    Casino
    Pauline Frederick at the public Is invited. This' le<:
    next Friday. Benefit of the Woman' ceola c6unty. ture i I. a generally splendid treat. "n.TAK"JIA, IHMJ"Triangle: You have not only actually needed them for ule'and ,.

    I Club. Tuesday Eugene in Dodd Kissimmee, of Atlanta visiting, spent his Mr. and Mrs. II. W.' Morrow' and Comedy, ..M..........' Rrraker" convenience, but your homes have heeded them from. .

    1 Miss Laura FriEr'of' Forsythe, Ga., brother,' Roger Dodd, cashier: .of the I. the latter' parents motored to Or. Triangle the standpoint of completeness and
    is the guest of her sister, Mrs. C.; L. Citizens Bank. I lando Sunday for a visit with friends.J. Third Eph"de| lines llolaira laTHI' appearance. E
    : LOST KXI'HKXS" Mutual
    Hyatt: She arrived Saturday. Howard Hirtzell returned to his Reed Curry, organizer of the Coining next FrldHy"THOHM Our artist uses the dodo, an extinct bird to typify pro-. {
    .
    t For Sale-Two pair good young duties at Camp Wheeler last' week Florida Citrus Exchange, came dowr WHO 1'Af ThoB. H. Inca crastination. {
    mules, broken and well matched herewith from Orlando. Tuesday at the invitation '
    brief furlough
    after spending a .
    n

    J.JW. Mrs.MUler Holmes,. Prather.. and f son, ,'William 9-tf. ."The.his'Cloister:,parents,.and"at. ,..the. ..' ''Hearth,'if: ,_," of of.Alex..the KlSsrmmee Remington-Smith>'*BottrM, secretary f- '!" .:-.i'f. w l R l i'ii sibrf DEAD'". 't "e''Esxdopruk"procriatiolttioplo hero: : e'l'efJa.., .,belle[: dimehud.la ._:-!,,' 4
    .Trade and of the Potato Growers "
    and Mrs. Henry Overstreet for motored few- written by Charles Reade has heel: Association to give the growers here C. .M. Baxley.! a former resident of we never had better.stock of (furniture, than right now! i
    a
    to Orlando Saturday presented to the Hart Memorial library information regarding the' selling of Kissimmee, died{ Monday at the homeof

    hours. by W. B. Meetch. the crop through the exchange. his brother-in-law, Dan Prescott, ""'""...,,,,,. .",,,,,,,..,,,,,,,
    Mrs. ,A. Griffith and mother of Rev. and Mrs.'G. C. Shaffer of Tem near Orlando. Undertaker Thompson
    spent several days In B. W. Cannon who recently dis- brought the remains here for inter-
    Zephyrhills
    Okla. the out of town
    ple.
    are
    among '
    Kissimmee last week, returning home visitors registering at the. Htrt Me- posed of his large timber interests ment and funeral services were held C. H GRAN AiH'H'
    Saturday. morial rest room this week ,, lying southeast of this city to the at the cemetery Tuesday, when the .
    issued a marriage Messrs. Olifford and associated, left body was laid to rest beside the re-
    Judge license T. M.Monday Murphy to John Web. Mrs. 1>1. S. May, accompanied by:. this week with his family' for their mains. of his mother and son. The I THE SATISFACTORY STORE -

    Hart and Lottie Anne Evans_. her guests, Mrs. F. P. May and Miss old !home at Georgetown, S.-C. Mr. services 'were in charge of the K. of KISSLMMEE TLA. I ;
    ster Mattie Broome Mav- of visit-
    Quincy
    of Narcoossee. and Mrs. Cannon and daughter Miss P. lodge and Rev. O. B. Falls preached I
    both friends in Sanford .
    ed today.J. Corrie, have made many' warm friends brief ,,,,, ,,. 4
    Alderman, Mrs. Edgar a sermon. ",,,,,,,,,,. ."..""' "
    Mrs. D. W. of Tampa B. Oillard. Mrs.: C. E. Franklin, during their stay in Kissimmee who Deceased was 61 years old :>t the
    Katz, and Mrs. Gus Smith Orlando ot. Mrs. II. M. Breaker, Mrs. C. V. Beer' deeply regret to have them leave. Mr. time of :his death. He lived her
    were a party motoring to j den and Mrs. Rainey motored to Or- and Mrs. P. C. Clifford, soninlawand some fifteen years ago and will be te- Monday for a short stay. 'lando Thursday for a few hours. daughter of Mr. Cannon, have membered by many of the older residents !.
    Mr. and Mrs. Henry Runels of I Every woman in Kissimmee should taken the residence vacated by himon of the city.

    + Lowell, Mass., are here on their see 'The Gown of Mystery," the most Emmett street for the present. ..'
    ular'winter .visit, spending some reg-j expensive !gown ever made, at the '- "
    with Capt and Mrs. 'Clay Casino Saturday matinee and night.! HAT I 9:45'II.:: < m., Sanday school. j Pleasing rumors come persistentlythat ;-

    1 ** See ."The Crooked Romance" at Mrs. William King, :Mr. and Mrs WAR SAVINGS AND THEJJHURCHESSOUTH 11 a. m. Prayers, Holy Communion ere long 'there will be airplanesover (
    the Dixie Theater tomorrow afternoon C.: V. Paver, and Mrs. J. W. Evan and address'biv Mr. L. A. Hamiltan,1 j and, nestling down for the night ,
    and night; also the "Mirth i were a pleasant party motoring to KISSIMMEE BAPTIST 7:30: p. m., Evening prayer ser- at lovely Kissimmee; ;""Tampa.Trl *
    '
    of a Nation" as portrayed by the inImitable Orlando Wednesday for a few hours TRIFT STAMP SALES MISSION mon, on "Easter Thoughts." buns (Sunday.) .
    Easter ,
    Charlie Chaplin. Special music.
    and .
    Mrs. Henry Lightsey daughter
    i Mrs. J. J. McCranie, Misses Jessie Mildred have returned from ''a visit Sunday March 31. Sunday school The memorial tablet In honor of i The Southport Growers and Farm '4"I
    Lee Blackmon, Maggie Mae McCra- with Mr. Lightsey! who is inspecting Kissimmee, Fla., March 2i, 1918. 10 a.. m., R. A. Bowen, superintendent those who' have gone from. this con Company has been organized at Kis :,
    gregation' the front will be .unveiled
    to
    llbthan and Murray Over- Week ending March 23rd broke all : Preaching 7:15 p. m. Subjectof -
    Miss fruits and at Jacksonville. simmee
    nie. vegetables with a capital of $20,000. The
    .
    were a congenial party motoring records for the sale of war savings sermon "The Secret of the Singing at the close of tho midday service. ,;
    street F. Cary-Elwes of Jacksonville\ now organization is for the purpose of
    for111" out in Florida, the total amountof Soul." 'Prayer service Wednesday 7
    Orl1ndo.Saturdl' stamps :I
    t' to spending some time in St. Cloud wan CATHOLIC conducting fruit, vegetable and .livestock
    -
    sales reported through the post- m. You are welcome to all\ of these v
    p.
    ing. in Kissimmee a few hours Tuesday farms.--St.,Lucie; ,/Tribune.FUOYD'S! .\
    office alone was $45,025.26, with many seasons of worship. .
    deputy Holy Redeemer Church
    former
    Charles Prevatt, while en route for Orlando to visr aI
    of th'e offices still to be heard from -- ,
    of Okeechobee county, l left his brother. Rev. W. B. Golden, rector. .
    sheriff
    which it is believed- state head- CHRISTIAN CHURCH
    to Mass at eight o'clock.
    Jacksonville accept -
    Monday night for At P. Anthony, president of the ''
    quarters'will increase the amount to
    school at nine.
    a position in the police depart Citizens; 'Bank, was ,in the city from 10:00-Sunday: school. Sunday
    of C. "L. Railroad Com- considerably over $50,000.00. 11:00 EaSter Epistle, Cor. I, V78.
    ment the A. Jacksonville last Saturday. Mr. Anthony sermon.
    pany. was here on matters connected the There state are; sixty Kissimmee reporting representing offices in 3:00: .-.Junior C. E. Gospel, Mark XVII:1-7. "lIe Is j

    Mr. and Mrs. Gus Smith of Tampa with the bank,. Osceola county reporting office stands 6:15-r-Y. P. S. C. E. Risen.Congregational intention i
    7:00--Special by the Sunday prayer,
    spent the week end with relatives in Now is the time to come to the aid thirteenth on the list with a grand program victory for our allies and abiding .
    1 Kissimmee. Mr.' Smith returned to of total of $9,910.80 for the week ending school. Everybody'welcome.. ,1 j Cash' ,Grocery
    by buying
    duties in Tampa Monday, while your country war savings The Junior C. E. hour will be, given world peace, <<;
    his stamps. Buy one of our Si\\' :March 23rd. This amount is now con-
    Mrs. Smith. will remain here for the Striped Skirts for, $4.98 and save $2 siderably over 10000.00 and still to a brief mission study and prepara- x
    tion for the PARK TRAMMEL
    week.: .'.' t' i to invest in thrift stamps. Dollar growing day by day This snl"ndid"howing evening program. SENATOR. Barley Flour. Ib. .09 I
    ,, Santa / is about divided be ---- ------ -- \
    ADVOCATE
    Mrs CharlespNicholssofrx Limit }; (1 Mikv: equally IS PROHIBITION r
    Clara, Cal,; ,Who has en.thehuelof .Mrt9andhrAira.l' ; ) :t. ''jcli1i'II:t'JiJ Y Tucker; ;Mr; tween Kissimmee and St.' Cloud; ?. METHODIST' CHURCH. f',.'.J J;.,., ;,," -----. Corn flour Ib' _________._ .09 ;

    Captain;, and Mra 'ClaiKJobnsonfor : \ Pennlck"Mr1isT1d EB mto1h while Kissimmee .Park, Narcoossee ,; 'Easter sermon. Sunday at ll a.ml:, Washington, March 23, 1918. Irish Potatoes, peck 15 lbs.,40

    an extended vlsitSS l left Monday Jx, WadejTuckerWalterLee f t and f sis:! and';; Deer',;: Park(i." have contributed ,'apro'rata"that' subject ,/'Jesus Christ and ,. j Mr. W. B. Witherspoon, Secretary, 'Creamery Butter ....______ .55
    "- Nichols'"Is"'t.he is Toro '
    ;' highly commenda. "'I Kissimmee Fla.
    for her home. Mrs. tel'. Miss Zaida Lee.. attended' the Mc: yond Death. Miss Briggs of : ,
    captain's sister.J. Gregor-Hilton: wedding at Loughman tory. The extreme southern part ol to, will sing the Holy. City at the My Dear Sir: Swift's Premium. Oleo ______ ..3SSwift's
    W. F. Walker, Mr the county must wake upl" and put morning service. Sunday school Eas I beg to acknowledge receipt of
    H. Walker, Sunday evening. Lincoln Oleo ______ 'JO:: 'i'I
    and Lokosee the of resolution the
    Kenansville on r..service at 7:30 copies adopted by
    Carl Walker and J. II. map : p. m.
    and Mrs.Jr.. left for their home in :Messrs. C. B. Elam and John vall-M.! in this great movement, Prayermeeting Wednesday eveningwill people of Kissimmee in mass meetingon I Kream Kriip, ___.____.2S & .35 .i
    Walker Kissimmee' business
    Lee of
    were State Director Griggs states that be in charge of the Board of the occasion of Captain Hobaon's
    Bassenger Tuesday after spending of ers in Orlando yesterday. Mr. Elam the Liberty Loan Campaign; and the Stewards. D. G. Wagner, leader.J. patriotic address. In response there. I Crisco ____________.35. .50 1.00 i
    several days in Kissimmee guests is a big ranchman and has the distinction Picnic Shoulder lb. __ .29
    __
    in that I ,
    hotel. war savings movement are no more V.> Sibert. to. I take pleasure advising
    the Manhattan of shipping the largest trair .
    rivals than the superdreadnoughts} ----- have consistently supported every war Best Salt Pork lb. U4
    and ________
    and Mrs. William Brown of stock from Flori.lq.--Ucars. sometime
    :Mr. and destroyers of our navy ate rivals.The PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH prohibition movement that has been
    Mr and Mrs. Clinton Smith of Ben- ago.-Morning Sentinel( TUes. Liberty Loan and war savings made in the Senate and I shall con- Vienna Sausage u.& ..:.._.: ._-_ .10
    ton Harbor, Mich., who haVe been C, B. Ford ,A. :M. Eisiminger and stamps are two forms of the same Sunday school at 10 o'clock by the tinue to do so, ,
    Potted Meat ___ ___.:___, .05
    the winter at points south new time -which is one hour earlier -
    spending Dr. E.: L. Burner, prominent telephone financial operation of the United With kind. regards, I am, n
    are visiting their friends, :Mr. and men from Kansas, have been States governmei., they were authorized than usuaL Sincerely yours, Round Can Sardines _____?_ .13 .
    Mrs. R. G. Hafey, this. week, prior to spending a few days in Kissimmee. by the same vote of congress Preaching at 11 o'clock.'by the new. PARK TRAMMELL.
    I Large Mustard Sardine ____-.12
    time on "Easter Thoughts
    for home.
    1, leaving These !gentlemen have recently disposed and are intended to supplement each
    Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Ferguson, who of their interests! in Kll1sasand other. They are both of paramount time.Night; preaching. at 7:15'by: the new Osceola county will spend $1,500 on Tall Salmon _____________ .20 ...,
    in Kissimmee through the are looking Cor.a location in importance to the financing of the
    have been Granulated Sugar ___ __ .10
    Florida. Let Us. be good soldiers and get into dipping vats.-Manatee River Jour. ??
    winter season, left Monday morning: war. The peculiar significance of the '
    for their home at Senaca, Kans. Mr. The average pupil of the KUsim- war savings movement is to teach the our places promptly. W. B. Wither- nal. Np. 5 White Kara Syrup ___ .50

    and Mrs. Ferguson have made many mee public schools knows more about nation to save and invest its savings spoon, pastor I If the newspapers desire the defeat No. 10 White Karo Syrup___ .95
    their here bonds and in savings stamps in order thai
    friends during stay thrift stamps, liberty other war
    who warm wilt look'1 forward to their return war' work activities than half the the government may not merely get ST. JOHN'S (EPISCOPAL) CHURCH of a candidate, the best Way lot accomplish No. 5 Dark Karo _________ .50

    ., next fall.County. grown-ups. While not neglecting any money but spend this' money for the Good Friday and 'Easter it is to omit any reference No. 10 Dark Karo_______;_ .95 '
    visited of the other studies, Principal Evans support of the army. to him. Lafollette would have been
    Yowell
    r Supt. C. E. Minister in charge, L. H. Kirkby. Coffee .20
    Pure Ground __
    __ _
    Successive Liberty Loan bonds will
    and his of teachers doing but for I
    t several of the rural schools last week corps are 7:30 p. m., Good Friday service. politically dead and forgotten
    r on a tour of inspection, stopping at great work in instilling patriotisminto be The sold War in Savings campaigns campaign at intervals will last 8 a. m., Easter Holy Communion. the newspapers.-.St. Cloud Heralc1. Good Green Coffee ....____ ..13Uptoa'

    1' Tyson Creek, Lokossee and Kenans- these youngsters. throughout the doubt until Yellow Label ..33I
    year-no -----
    ville, then coming back via the east Attend the grand opening of the
    Okeechobee City and matinee the war is -over. It aims at develop Skinner's Macaroni __< _... ..10SkiaDer'
    visiting I Dixie Theater tomorrow
    coast, ''' ''''' '' ''' '' -
    ing the habits of thrift that shall 'IHll : ; )ir' ::: : ::::]t:
    Fort Pierce. He was accompanied on and night See Charlie Chaplin In make the sales of stamps cumulative, "'" "' . Spaghetti ____::__ .10
    the trip by Howard Katz. one of his funniest comedies. Schoolchildren
    P. K. Weaver, bank examiner for can secure free! tickets for and the person of limited means who Large size Egg Noodles ____ .10
    invests in a few war savings; stamps 'r: GRAND OPENING
    a southern territory, with headquartersat the matinee by calling\ at the Central. does his share as well as the wealthier Ryxon Baking Powder _____' .33
    Kissimmee Store which, with one.cent war
    Atlanta. Ga., was in on Drug ,
    who
    of
    man_ buys a quantity Liberty
    _
    Small Sliced Peaches .12
    business Saturday and Sunday was tax, will admit them. Night perform. Loan bonds. Millions who could not = j
    r kept busy greeting former friends. ance, admission for all, 9 cents end 1 afford to invest ill Liberty bonds will Shredded Wheat: ______ .13

    'l'' traveling Mr Weaver's in Georgia duties and will Florida require most his cent war tax.Manager Woodbeck. preer4ted'an be war able and savings glad to'stamps.help! by The investingin two Dixie Theater Large Size Apricots ...____ 25

    of the time and he may visit this city exceptionally fine program for his I Campaigns are in reality but one- No. 2 Blue Ridge Peat ,____ .14 '

    k frequently patrons at the Graystone Casino I that of financing for victory.
    No. 2 Flag Brand Peas. _____ .15
    F R. Hartnett, who recently purchased Tuesday night, showing "Camille, To those who are' able to do so !I I
    the fruit store owned by' John Charlie Chaplin in a famous comedyand would say buy Liberty Bonds to the No. 2 Soaked! Peas ________ .08 I

    Harris, was called to his former home Frances X. Bushman and"Beverly fullest extent possible and to the SATURDAY; MARCH 30th MinceMeat ______________ .10
    {' in Fort Wayne, Ind., last week by Bayne in "Under Suspicion. It is many who are not financially able to< i,
    the death of his father. Mr. Hartnjtt not often that the' movie enthusiasts buy Liberty Bonds do your very best 'i, Lima Beam _____f:-_____._ .18 :

    will remain in Indiana till the enjoy seeing so large an array" of in the way of buying war savings Navy Beans _____________ .19 1 1I.
    next winter season and will join his talent even jin a "double-header. stamps-encourage children to do> so i
    family here. Mrs. Hartnett and sons Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Ferguson and as it will teach them early in life to MATINEE AND NIGHT, No. 2 Sliced Pineapple ___ 24 .

    will continue to operate the store. daughter, Frances, of Kansas City. be economical as well as patriotic Seeded Raisin ___________ ..15 1Celery .r 1
    J. M. Cooper has purchased whatis Mo., who have been spending several This thrift army has'no age limit and Presenting( liTHE CROOKED ROMANCE'CHARLIE - 1
    known as the Meisner residence weeks in Kissimmee, left yesterday there are no exemptions. Everyone Salt -------------- .12 1

    i property in north Kissimmee throughthe for !home, going via boat from San- is eligible to membership. Million! Onion Salt . ..12Walker'
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    H.' M. .Breaker Realty Co. Mr. ford to Jacksonville. Mr. Fergusonis of individual savers with the best of CHAPLIN in "THE MIRTH OF A NATION"Two .
    Cooper sold his home on the Orlando president of the Root Grain Co. of intentions "forget" to save unless Hot Tamales ._*_? .10 i
    road: to Miss Rockhill last fall and Kansas City. He purchased some they are linked to a war savings "for- Reel Comedy. Also a One Reel Comedy. Walker' dull Con Came .12 '
    went north intending to reside there, property while here and expects to return get-me-not." -
    but Kissimmee's attractions !had too with his family next winter. D. ,G. WAGNER, Matiiee will begin at 2:30. All school children calling at tie Dnrkee't Salad Dressing ____ .33

    strong a hold on him and he has'those again of Hon. Riven H. Buford of Marian- Chairman, Osceola County Central Drag Store Saturday morning will be given a free Green .Seal Salad Dresnnt.,. .30 .i'
    with
    ", this identified city. his interest na, candi; ate'for Supreme Court Justice CARD OF THANKS ticket for this performance. Premier Salad Dressing 15 and .35

    Lancaster who volunteeredin spent Monday with in'Kissimmee getting We wish to thank the friends ; Log CabiDSyrap, ___-__-__. ,25
    Eddie acquainted the voters, and many Evening performance will begin at 7:30: o'clock. Admission

    the Aviation Department of the telling them why he should be nominated whoso kindly ministered to our mother Apple Saute ______._-___. ,,10 '
    U. S. Army some months ago, ..ndbaa at the approaching primary 9. Cent and War Ta:.
    during her recent illness and death Red Snapper Sauce ::15
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    been stationed in Texas, was recently Mr. Buford is at present State Attorney .
    discharged for physical reason., and for the 14th Circuit, and possesses and for their beautiful floral offer We bate arranged for the beat picture service that hat every Sweet Feed _____.._______ ,2.75

    returned home this week. Mr. Lancaster a pleasing .personality. He ings. Their expressions of' sympathyare been given to the people of Kissinunee, and -
    -
    will resume his former position waa taken in toW while here by his -
    as head mechanic for the Osce- friend and former townsman,'.Attorney deeply appreciated. invite yow ;a .Dae.,.. .l:_L.Beer,Mgr, FULL ,LINE OF FRESH MEAT: ,

    ola Motor Co. He has reftted ..'flat Milton Pledger, who introduced Mrs. A, W. Winn, .t. .,PHONE 176'I . ,
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    in the Valley in Gazette* building\ 'and is citizens.him to. a number of' our prominent Mrs sonville.' W. H. Burns of Jack t::::::",,: ::::'' m": ,':'"::,,: 1"".nHl"""" ?
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    ,( is THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, MARCH 29, ISIS _._ :(\


    THREE 'BILLION< DOLLARS REPORT TO BE SUBMITTED B **" * '


    II', 'IS ,THIRD, LIBERTY LOAN 1 TO MEMBERSHIP, COMMITTEE Calomel Today! Sick Tomorrow! ",


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    The j Third Liberty" Loan drive l,e-' ..... Two .widely differing views are en-' Associate members shall have equal I Guarantee Dodson's Liver .Tone ,
    pins April 6th.. This l loan, is to be for tertained 'among: those interested in privileges with active members In introducing -
    $3,000,000,000 and bears '4 1-2 per, JUNIOR RED CROSS TAKES the formation of the new po toKTowera and debating. propositionsat
    cent interest. Financial men all over organization at Kissimmee: association meetings. bilious
    the country are surprised at the low OVER ARMY OF RELIEF These views pertain to the question of Associate members may be appoint.ed Don't =take nasty, dangerous calomelvlien ,
    limit set on the funds to be raised who shall become members this or- or elected to serve on any standingor Listen to me I II
    About double the figure named has ganization.Some special committee. f constipated, headachy.
    been expected. However Mr. Me- hold that membership shouldbe
    Harvey D. Gibson, General Managerof to who desires to Active members when ceasing to
    Adoo's explanation is that "actual expenditures open any person
    United the American Red from, announcedthis join; that is, to anyone who is in be 'such, may become associate mem I up
    of the States government any 'and straight( you
    ben without action other than liver
    Red Cross presentation 1 It's your
    'WeIllat the Junior Interested Calomel salivates mercury.
    and allied governmentShave way directly or indirectlyin nasty calomel -
    organization has endorsed and takerover in of application) and paymentof Calomel like on a, better and quicker than
    been'much less than had been indicated potato growing 'or any sort of nets dynamite sick
    the Children of America Army of dues as required by associate mem and without making you ,
    the estimates." As such farming in KUsimmee's vicinity. liver.VJien calomel comes (
    by .Relict, and that henceforward the bers. Otherwise any application fot sluggish money.If .
    Those this view that back and get your
    an announcement spells a thought of \work of this latter organization'will entertaining say associate membership jjhall be pre. into contact t with sour bile itjprashes: you just.go be'
    would make for much larger calomel today you'll
    it is to those policy a take
    .economy, encouraging sented at association Into and
    be curried en by the Junior Red Cross on 'meeting and it&using''rumpin'ir nausea. you
    of the membership and would give the. organization .,,besides -
    who fear that the placing huge nauseated tomorrow ;
    of funds' took be rejected by and
    The transfer place on the advantage of the ins accepted or a majorityvote If you fool bilious, headachy, con- Kick
    the if
    credits in hands of government March 2nd, $40,000 being: given over of tho members present.No salivate 'ou, while
    it .)
    officials will result in extravagance.A terest and advice encouragement Pupated and all knocked out, just goo , ,may
    the Junior Red Crops to be devoted
    to Tone
    shall be allowed to boan Dodwu'a Liver you
    of Various of influence and person take
    feature of the new loan to be |10 child welfarework abroad, and the men prominence associate member if he she be ( your druggist; and get a bottle of you full ol
    and also make of it or great,
    carefully considered by those who Army of Relief will cease to solicit more' of.a'' 'to active Dodson's Liver Tone for1 a few cents will wake Up feeling
    eligible '
    membership.
    have patriotically contributed to previous fund. All Army of Relief members community affair., which is' harmless vegetable sub- ambition and ready for work or
    Others hold that 'bona fide application for active, a
    only Any membership and
    now eligible- for membership In harmless pleasant
    issues of bonds is the provisionthat are '"' calomel. Takea' play. It is ,
    owning producers of potatoes are entitled shall be submitted to an association et itute for dangerous
    first and second loan bond may Junior Red Cross auxiliaries, and they l like it,
    bd converted into those of the third Chapter School committees are author. to membership; that virtual meeting by the.president, and the spoonful and if it doesn't start safe to give to children; ..4
    loan. All holding the bondsof ,ized to incorporate hem in schools "outsiders"'have no right to get intoa applicant shall become a member -- ,
    persons
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    I the government issued for the first that are not already enrolled aa Junior business organization and vote on without further action if no objection
    and second, loan can readily-note the units or to Incorporate all Army of Relief ' the conduct of jts business affal be made to him; but if any member ALL RECORDS BROKEN INv
    advantage to be derived by :an ex members iu their territory as a that only actual owner-growers object to tho .applicant, the appli a.. I
    $, change into'bonds drawing, instead of -single'' Junior Auxiliary. should have any say-so In' the transaction : lion must be voted on and be acceptedor I
    STAMPS.
    SAVINGS.
    : interest'at 3 1-2 and 4<< per cent per of its business. rejected by a majority vote of the SALE WAR
    d annum interest at 4 1-2 per cent per Tonight, (March 22,) at the city active members present. .
    j annum. .,. Subscribe for the Gazette, $2 yearly council hall, the potato association's The, governmental agricultural
    ( ._ members or prospective members will agent in Osceola county shall be an, Wefck ending March 23 broke throughout 'the year-no doubt until
    _:X===;:-::-- -- -- .. meet to adopt by-laws. In framing associate member'by virtue of his recordsNof sale of War Savings the war is over. It aims at developing
    by-laws''for' this purpose it has been office and shall be exempt from any Stamps Uv Florida the total amountof habits of thrift that shall make t
    thought that perhaps a compromise dues or assessments -unless he be- sales reported' through the pest- the sales of stamps cumulative. .And,
    between these extreme views on comes an active member, whereuponhis office alone\was 45025.26, with the person of limited means who invests -
    l. membership might prove satisfactory obligations shall be those of other many of, the offices still to be heard in a few War Savings Stamps
    to all-A plan that would ,leave the active members from which It rv believed 'at state does-his share as well as the wealthier .- .
    asSo4ativn.t,...busineselnihe.haltda\ .!.Q;!{t .. ' ' "' pu('.( the, ,. man who buys a 'quant'ty of Libpirrjlorid3
    -- BAKED-POTATO WfcO7 Sit Fixed\ \ M'rN < > v I\ct,1.\ >1'Y./m/ >//ll-I''t''' MWW/ headquarterswjUirtre) .i amount", ; '"e"5t11Niits'whtip*jijW" 'Mt '''t"
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    : those members :who supply the business dues for both active and associate to'considerably over $iU(0,Q00. :
    (potatoes) aYicl at the dame'time members shall'be 10 cents per State Director J. F. CyUriffsr* calls afford to isvest.in'Liberty Bonds 'will-
    would allow other persons to partici. month, payable in advance and annu- attention to the fact that tfievratio be able] ,and glad to help by investing
    pate in the association's mailings. ally or in lump, and shall be for a of sales Is still far below what I l I in War Saving Stamps. The two
    To, that end the rules pertaining to period ending with the business,, year. be necessary for Florida to make up 'campaigns are, in reality, but one--
    white, mealy-with membership were drafted as follows (This makes all dues Vex pi re at the its quota with the amount assignedfor that of financing for victory.
    BIG : (to t be, accepted _or changed at said same date and minimizes the secre- Florida to raise in S20.000.000.. II
    melting on it. meeting, tonight). tary's and the treasurer's bookkeepIng which means nearly 12,000,000 per ,THICK GLOSSY HAIR '
    Membership. and it enables members more eas- month, and so far the sales have been' nEE FROM DANDRUFF
    a Um-m-m! And you like There shall be two classes of mom- ily to keep track. of their dues' obli- but little over half a.million dollars,
    hip-nctive and associate.No gations.) mast of which has been sold throughthe ,
    it'because it is baked. Same person shall be'admitted to active Active members shall also pay proportional postoffices. The total up to date Girls! Try Itl I Hair pets soft fluffy and
    membership who is not ownin dues (in proportion to the from this source being $494,829.10.State beautiful-Get a small bottleof
    with Lucky Strike Cigarette and producing, at .least one standard Irish potato acreage of each) to be Director Griggs issued a Danderlne.
    acre of Irish potatoes, or who docs levied and to be paid in such amounts statement in which he says that the I .,..
    not submit satisfactory evidence that and at such times as may be ordered Loan and the War
    I Liberty Campaign If'you cure for heavy hair' that glin-
    he she will become the from time to time association i
    IT'S TOASTED or owning producer by Savings movement are no more rivals term with beauty and it radiant with,
    of such acreage in the crop sea I meetings. (Note: This makes it so than the superdreudnouRhts and destroyers I life bas an incomparable softness and
    son at the time of or immediately fol that if the nominal dues of 10 cents of rivals] t
    f I our navy ore id fluffy and lustrous try Dnndc-rmo.
    :owing application for membership. per month are not sufficient to meet The Liberty Loan-and War Savings '
    ( Just doubles the
    Cooking makes things deli- Any active member failing to be expenses, the fictive .members will Stamps; are two forms of the same one application
    of hair l besides] it immediately
    beauty
    come the owning producer ,or_plnnte: I bear! the increased expense,, and in financial 'operation of tho United your
    cious-toasting the tobacco of at least one acre of Irish potatoes I proportion to the benefits- they receive States! government, says the director. dinsolu'S every particle ofdandrulJ' '
    ;' before the closerof the aslociation's'husiness from the -organization.) authorized the You run not have nice heavy,
    has made the Luclty'Strike They were by same healthy hair if have dandruff, This
    year shall automaticallycease Any active or) associate member I vote of Congress and are intended to you
    to be an active member who becomes sixty days in arrears for supplement each other. They are bothif destructive scurf robs the hair of its
    Cigarette famous.: Only active member shall be Iect- duel or assessments shall cease to.bea paramount importance to the lustre, its strength and its very l life,
    7 ed to executive offices in this association member(/ and shall not be reinstatedto financing of the war. The Liberty and if not ocrcomo it produces a fever-
    ', -...Jo , or shall vote on any question at membership unless such arrears. Loan campaign is primarily to obtain iitlincss and )itching, of' tIe, scalp; the
    u any of its meetings.LIVESTOCK. be paid to this association. the many millions of dollars neces- hair roots famish, loosen and die; then,
    .
    tho hair falls out fast.
    .
    sary toward paying the expenses of Surely fret a
    war apd lending to our allies, small twttlo .of Knowlton's Uanderioe
    SALES ON THE The peculiar significance of, the from any drug store and just try It.

    War Savings movement is to teach
    ; INCREASE IN SOUTHEAST the nation to save and to invest its For Indigestion, Constipation or
    7 savings in War Savings Stamps 'in Biliousness
    ., order that the government may not Just try one 50-cent! bottle of LAX-FOS
    but this WITH PEPSIN.: A Liquid Digestive
    "Money received from the sale of )Jive stock in quantity attend the co. merely get money, spend '
    money for the support of the army. Laxative pleasant to take. Made and .
    '
    e ( ) ST : livestock raised in the Southeast con- operative public sales, with resultant Successive Liberty Loan Bonds will recommended to the public by Paris Medi-
    \ ," stitutes substantial of the competitive ,bidding. be Sold in intervals.
    a part at
    I very "Three head of Hereford cattle campaigns cine Co.,manufacturers of Laxative Bromo t
    notable increase in bank deposits in bred and raised on a Georgia farm The War Savings campaign will last Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic.

    m this part of the country and it is practically were sold at a public auction in Kan-
    s the beginning," says Southeast sas City last week for a total of $2-
    .e Live'!!.Stock '*pUblishedi.atk"Columbus.; 650; one of them bringing $1,175. '
    Ga W 1f.1.1Jt'h !tfn't1)! l \,""' ''f 'A, farmer, southern,Georgia sold' :
    ( \ Seven hundred J ollstweresofd rei at$122.each( ;-DO.head of'steers he had
    6" ": ,<' cent) 'at a co-bperative.. 'at raised/and estimated hisjprofit. at$52 WRK5LEYSSix .
    ."\ Ozark Ala'?bringing"an aggregate of ahead."""""'wi M;"<'"\<> .

    $18,000. .The hogs had been raised "A firm of Alabama' breeders of
    by t farmers in the Vicinity of Ozark live stock purchased for $550 the top-
    I and when they went to deposit in the price animal a sale of Duroc bred
    bank the money received for their sows in Kentucky last week and a
    hogs it is described as having been number of other purchases were made
    something like a run on the bank- by breeders from the Southeast.
    except that the rush was to put the "The Southeast' making wonder.
    money in. (From September 1 to ful progress in the breeding and raising -
    March 1, hogs were sold in. Ozark at of livestock-and':: the money re- reasons WHY K'1'
    co-operative public sales for a totalof turns have begun in good earnest,
    $146,4)8.!) In six months the deposits helping to increase the prosperity of
    in the banks of Ozark increased this part of the country. Furthermore
    c by more than 150 per cent. I this is new money. It is made
    "At IJa, ira, Ga., 243 hogs were without interference to any great extent -
    sold] at a co-operative public sale for with other business operations.
    4700. At Eufaula.] Ala., 423 weresold It is the beginning of the converting
    .. Guaranteed by for more than $12,000 and at Slo-] into cash of resources that heretofore 1 Steadies nerves .

    comb,. Ala., 475 brought. more than have not been utilized. The Southeastfs .
    $10,000. long growing season, which 2 Allays thirst '
    : "These are illustrative of a num- makes possible the growing of so
    /N.1 1"A1a ber of such sales held in. the South- many feed crops and its mild winters, .
    e east. The co-operative public sale in which expensive housing of live 3'- Aids appetite I I
    enables the farmer who has a half stock is unnecessary, are two of the
    dozen, or even a less number of hogs important advantages for the raising
    A. CARSON. President N. C. BRYAN, Secretary to sell to market them as readily and of live stock possessed by this section. 4 Helps digestion ,

    as advantageously as though he had There are other advantages but these
    one of more carloads to ship to mar- two alone can in time make the 5 Keeps teeth clean ;
    The Waters & Carson ket. Buyers for packing plants and Southeast the greatest live stock sec-

    other establishments which purchase, tion of the country."
    6 It's economicalKeep
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    : Grocery Company WILL PUT- KISSIMMEE ON



    rx; OFFICIAL ROAD MAP

    Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCE.RIES
    -- the soldiers

    Chattanooga, Tenn., Mar. 23, 1918. what is contemplated for this year,
    Mr. II, Clay Stanford, Kissimmee also what expenditures were made and sailors I supplied I "*
    Fla. last year and what amount has been .
    Dear Mr. Stanford: provided ]for this year. We ore engaged yRIGLEY
    Your very interesting letter of the in preparing a report of the .
    20th with reference to progress of i work done on the Dixie Highway for
    04040040000000x0O 0..000. construction of the Cross State High- the next directors' meeting which will Three iI PERFECT GUM -
    way from Melbourne to Tampa; received -''be held May 16th. We are very anxious Flavors 1"a I m I m I I ,1 I I JP f -
    WE SELL: 4 WE BUY 1 and contents noted. to have these reports as completeas
    o .. With reference to our outline Maps possible. '
    0IIAY wish to advise that this is only a temporary Thanking you for this co-operation:( dVRIGLEY '
    O 0 HIDES affair gotten out for the pur we beg to remain, ,
    GRAIN o 4 pose of giving those making inquiry Very truly yours
    FURS. regarding tho highway some idea of V. D. L. Rcn3TNSbN.Latest $ $ UM
    FERTILIZERS Aa ,"' j j'' 4 this routing. It is our desire to get <
    WOOL out a very complete at a later
    1 map Fad of Brld...
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    ; SHINGLES A date showing all of the cities and >:
    For blankets the latest brides take
    AND .
    towns along the highway as well as I .
    ORANGE BOXES ( 4 the important connecting roads. pleasure In embroidering In silk immense ,\
    'ALL monograms the color of the
    When this is done we will not only .
    4 OR.ANGEwnAP 0 take pleasure in putting Kissimmee satin ribbon with which the blanket

    0 COUNTRY On this map but will see that the con- are bound. The same monogram maybe i
    VEGETABLE. CRATES necting road referred to in your let used for sheets or toweling, and a ,
    PRODUCE ter is also included. Will say further pair of handsome blankets so bound iI I
    CRATE NAILS .. that we will Kissimmee on the and embroidered will be welcomed by 2 1

    '.. .. .. ....... ........ ........v...... ........ ......... 0000040. 0 000.. ...... 0000000'0000.. .. .. ....... next We edition are enclosing 0 pour outline herewith map.several or any couch bride.there For is a ,ft cover'charming for baby's fancy crib in 1 J

    V7e sell field and garden needs of all kind road very blanks great and favor will if appreciate you could it have asa blue or pink linen with a wide white 0

    Wi gin spew) attention to fitting out bunting and camping parti*. I'these filled; out by Osceola county as made border of, the Ilk.whole On the quilted colored as centersare tjiojngti It after every meal I ,{
    well
    Thona No. 12. as the adjoining' counties between i.
    limit
    .1 Free delivery in city Ocala appllqoed fascinating white Mbnn-
    r We'ara count ageat for good fertilizer. Ak: at for cucalar and pnc., what has been and done Arcadia on the, stating Dixie nles" with long ears, cut C out of white JiTJe ',

    r pa.fertilizer ,(U. S. F.od AammltraUe Lie.... N.. G-2Z092)] Highway during the past year and llnea with. ) embroidered black eyes. Flavor Lasts t

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    if THE 4 KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, MS -- .- \. ,..** ,'.

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    'I' motion that Mr. A. GL Herndonie Instructed . W B Maklnson/ sup to R O .... ".n -
    > MONTHLY PROCEEDINGS OF to make ant\emtlmate of the W .> C Oro. Co., supplier R O.. tU.47
    Oe..la Udw. Co., sup. to R a.. n."
    amount' due the'Alabama Faring Co. H C Stanford, shoes to R OtT.SS
    THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS for grading1, which motion was seconded C B uckles, haul lumber Co.__ 11.00 'To Relieve Sick Heada'cheRemove.the
    by Commissioner E. L. D. Overstreet Everglade Cyp. Lbr. Co., Jum-
    and carried. bar McCool dock-:._._.-..... 110.40
    -- B Vos;!.., malnt. ___- '.00
    The clerk was instructed, by the Jas,M King;, car far. for 11I10..-
    March.4th 1918. ter from the of the state of
    I. governor board to notify the trustees of S. ICand ley family ..-,-. tt.OOM : Cause!
    The board of county commissioners Florida, asking the board to adopt a B. Dist. No. 2 to have bonds before J Crowd., digging pauper
    resolution agreeing to advance $100 ..... ...... .
    in and for
    the 510J
    county of Osceola, met the board, not later than March Remtnele Pharmacy, med to Co.
    for the promotion of work to-be done
    at 10 a. m. on the above date, there 16th. 1918. L, I-hrrliro.. rep cell pad Jail 1.00
    the War Work Council whereupon
    by ; KIs. B L A W P. Wat.r S1.5I
    being present Ernest Mach, chair. Mr S. R Fields appeared before Ilirhtl '
    -man; E. L. D. .Overstreet.' J. K.' Hil Commissioner B. H Guy madea the board and stated that he would Emma Bak r, earn Co pauper. 1.00 your head 'aches will usual-
    motion that on account of the shortage Amelia Evans, malnt. ........ '.00 you
    : Bard, A. F. Bass and B. H. Guy, commissioners of funds said be refused like to present a drawing showing J B Owrn. malnt. 10.00 WHEN
    t and J. L..Overstreet, clerk request ., certain changes. In the road described H Stanford; Co., sup to P F.. ..11.48Bucko that are' constipated and
    and auditor which motion was seconded by Commissioner in petition filed by A. B. Patten. )'. Nurseries, fruit tree. '. you
    A. F. Bass and carried. for P F _. .SO '
    The' board was called to order by .The clerk presented and read.a letter Bid of Mr B. A. Guy on work of W.* C Oro.. Co. sup. to P F ..'u_. Tt.OO bilious To correct constipation and, clear
    the chairman and the minutes of the new road from Apoxe/e to the county W I Harb,., commissions 161.21Fair
    from the of the state of
    regular session and of the special session governor line was opened and read .in Assn.,. refund Co. licenses tl.OO
    Florida asking that they adopt a resolution open. W H Lewis, decoration Ct. lls. 1S.OOW the system of the fermenting congestionof
    of
    February read and approved: as prepared by the Tax Com board and rejected and the clerk instructed .& C Oro. Co. sup Co. pap.rB .77
    The master of appointment of attorney to write to Mr. .Taylor Tin- State Rank of Kiss., Int. on P
    mission regarding regulations of assessed Foul and bile
    stomach'te
    for the board was called to Valuations of real estate and dalL to find out if St. Lucie county F Ml KB. ,...:-... -?_- ZOO.OO gases ,:,.use

    l their attention, and upon'motion personal property In the atate of Florida intended .to open a road to connect State Reve Bank.. Fund of Kiss...__,..loan.___.srenl._. 1000.00
    Commissioner E. L. D. Overstreet whereupon Commissioner Bass with the said road. State Rank of Kiss.. Int on loan '14.00
    seconded by Commissioner B. II. Guy made motion that resolution be The following bills were examined. .J L OveiXre.t. abstract P F ,
    a and Rec.. Max sale ..... IT.tO
    and carried Col. Milton Pledger' waael8C.'ted approved and ordered paid: DR. CALDWELL'SfeYRUP
    which seconded Commissioner : .
    adopted, was by J W Thompnoi. bur. Co. pauper S.OO
    Krnest :Mach ...00II
    anch.Commissioner. commissioner .I
    ( as .J. K. Hilliard and carried. : L J) Overstre.t commissioner 10.00J KIs*. Cor. Hand donation Co.__ IAO.no:.
    J. K. Hilliard madea The board took until 1:30p. K Paid warrant were ordered Cancelled .
    a recess Hilliard. commissioner. 6.00
    motion that the a'tornew for the from the various fund ... follows: PEPSIN f
    A' _
    m. F Bass, commissioner' __.. IS.00 . . -
    -.
    Revenue _-
    "board not be allowed B H .. I rirneral fund ? 174S.Z6 I ,
    to make any Guy commissioner .. 14.00 .
    The board reconvened at 1:30 m, 'Fin and Forfeiture fund ::_... tl.CO
    p.
    J K Rass, Janitor ..___....... 60.00John '
    charge for extra 'work without first
    '
    __ _
    a full board being present.Mr. H Cadel. atty for bd .... 20.14 Ruad and Rrldve fund -.?_ ZXT.ftflHppclsl \ Uhe) Perfect Laxative ;
    notifying the board .......
    which motfon Publicity Fund 100.00
    T M Murphy, judge Co. Ct. _.. .. SS.OOW .
    seconded S. L. Lupfer came before the > Hard Surface Road fund 265,32Th. \
    was by Commissioner A. F. B Crawford pros. atty. .... SS.SSJ -
    Baas and carried by unanimous vote board.and. reported that the Osceola L< Overstreet, elk A adtr __'._ 111.00 County Depository's > "report ." ,
    1r Fair Association failed to I H . show the following balances Ui\ the
    County Inirratn care jail ,, 11.60
    of the board.. ? --
    I B E' Evans; dem. ...... 100.00 various fund. March 1st 111: ) Drug Stores Everywhere J2J $1.00 ,
    make a sufficient amount to its county eta.
    pay
    The board instructed the clerk t-. Haml. Montadoca. malnt. ,. ,.. ..00 General Revenue fund _.::.. 151 T.'lPino : ;
    w have the ballots for bond election inCommissioner's obligations and would very much appreciate R O Livingston, malnt. ...?... 6.00 and Forfeiture fund'...... <2S4.'7 ..
    Road ._....
    district No. 5 print. any' assistance they would Mrs M Bronson. malnt ...-_._l'_ 7.00Frank and Rrldce' Fund 620.09Special f. ,a
    give and asked them to the KIs- Kvans.' ...... 6.00 Publicity Fund1212.14: ; ; i
    ed; a list of the qualified voters pay h'tlAit- Hard Surface Road fund 61.8>
    ;! prepared Mr J H tvrI I ;; ... : +
    3.s. .
    simmee Concert Band $100 OBTAINED'FRES; ClIA1I.O..
    and the-boxe. sent to the elects now; ? The Tax Collector' report of license A TRIAL BOTTLE! CAN BE OF BY WRTTTNa
    Mr Janl. John malnt,.....:.. 6.00
    tion districts No. 6 and 9. whereupon Commissioner E. L. D. I'J) B Woolen malnt ?.,..'.. 6.00 showed. '..110 collected for Oeneral. 1 L.Icens.and TO DR. V. B. CALDVELL! 4)7 WASHINGTON ST., MONTICELLO. nUNOfS
    Mr. B. Overstreet made a'' motion that said Mrs A H Wilson rnalnt...._... 6.00 'IS.1I0. collected" for auto II. Jr
    (' A. Patten presented a petition request be granted motion seconded' l>ella Colllntcton malnt _..... 4.00 cense.The. L_____________ ________ _
    for the establishment of a .pub H Tlllls. malnt ...___... ._.. 6.00 Tax Collector' report showed 1
    "
    Bass and ? IZIH.OO ,
    Commissioner A. F. $
    by collected
    car poll.
    lie road as follows: Beg. at the NW Jane Clements, malnt 6.00 for .
    corner of Sec. '2, Tp.. 25S, Rg. 27E ried and the clerk was instructed to : Mrs .Jlncy Padgett, malnt. -::::: 6.00: Upon motion of Commissioner A. .
    Tun S on-said section line draw warrant; for said amount. Mrs A Hlmmons, malnt_______ 6.00 F\ Bass seconded by Commissioner J. and B. K. Guy, commissioners; Milton GIRLS! ITS YOUR
    or as near The board instructed the clerk to 8 M McClelland; malnt _-....u_ 6.00 K. Ililliard and carried, the board adjourned ledger, attorney for the'board, and
    thereto as practicable six miles to tho Mrs L Mahl.... malnt ____n.___. 6.00 STEP THAT ATTRACTS
    J. L. clerk
    i Overstreet
    SW corner of Sec. 35-25-27 wherevp->> draw warrants as "follows? Claude A M L, Chauncy malnt 6.00 to meet in adjourned sessionat -
    CpmmieaionerExL.! D .< Sylvester $5.00 maint; J. B. Owen Mrs O M YpunamRlnt _u._u un___ IB.00 10 a. m. .March 7th, 1918. The board was called to order by too much Jd \-
    pa .Ovel'8tree Says women y1
    pay
    nude+ a motion I that tald't u.. be; surveyed .-, ,Commissioner. ,#" *-'frvn"'l'eOOmm.ndation:B. H' : Guy Amelia Ev ,
    and declared a public road, C L Handy.. commlsslon II1II *V.M The board met at 10 a. m. March u\eir-:sore.. ,
    2 which motion was seconded by Com-t ans, $5.00 malnt.; on petition from Osceola Hdw ('0., sup. to I' F __ 11.66 'th' 1918, in adjourned session, pursuant raising the returns of the bond elec- -
    + missioner A. F. Bass and carried. citizens of St. Cloud, Emma Baker St. Cloud Tribune, blank_..summon to adjournment of March 4th Lion held in commissioner's district Watch your step! A brisk, lively. c
    400It. No.- 5 March l&th and the
    A petition from the citizens of St. $15.00, care of Glover family; Osceola .' Cloud-Tribune::legal l Hdvt.40.76: 918, there being; present Ernest of election 1918 No. 6 and returns step is what charms more than a\
    Cloud, Florida, asking that board furnish Fair Association $15.00, decoratingcourt Wenner Sawyer sup to Ct Us. 11.BO Mach, chairman; E. L. D. Overstreet, precincts lovely skin but your high heels hen
    i carfare of $25 to J. II. Moseley, house; Waters & Carson Gro. KIs Tel (,'0.. rent for Feb. ____ A.80 J. K. Milliard, A. F. Bass and B. H. 9. these being the precincts IncludedIn caused corns and you limp a little.''
    to their' home I Co., $8.77 for supplies to.county pau.per cola Hdw. Co., supplies C H S.06 the proposed special Road, and bad and know it. a
    .family was presented Valley Gazette legal advt. ____ 111.811 Guy, commissioners Milton Pledger, That's girls you
    .and read whereupon on motion of ; J.: L. Pherigo $1.00, repairs in W I Rattans, guard_._.,_..____ JO.00 attorney for the board and J. L. Ov- Corns destroy beauty and grace, besides e'
    Commissioner B. II. Guy, seconded by jail cell; Seminole Pharmacy $5.60 o W Ashton supt grading 1___ 76.00 erstreet clerk. (Continued on Page Eight) corns aro very easy to remove +

    Commissioner ,A. F BaSIl and carried medicine to paupers; M. J. Crowder., L n It 8 Farmer Floyd sup supt to roads It (3.,_etc._______ 12B.OO 68.23 The board was called to order by its Rid your feet of every corn by ask' Y'
    the clerk was instructed to drar, a digging pauper grave $2.50; Alabama *.. II Farmer, frt paid for Co. __ .13.87 chairman Ernest Mach. ing at any drug store for a quarter of (
    warrant for said amount. Paving Co., $5711.40, materialon >*reola. Hdw. Co.. sup. to Jail__ 21.76 The matter of making: certain alerationd SoreMusdeS an ounce of f reezono. This will cost
    The clerk read a letter from Mr. Shingle'' Creek road and for freighton .r F I, Overstr.et. fee. to convict SS.OO in election districts and for little but is sufficient to remove every ,.
    75. F. Rails of St. Cloud in which hutated material, Shingle Creek road $3- F1t.Valley Cloud Oscette Tribune, .ub..erlpUon.i0.00 subscription 60.00 creating a new district in. the county hard or soft corn or callus from one's
    that a man by the name of E. 893.42; Everglade Cyp. Lbr. Co., T M Murphy judge Jv. Ct. __u 12.60T was called to the attention of the Stiff Joints .
    1 Vogel of St. Cloud was in need of $1110.40 Ibr. McCool landing dock; M Murphy, .cost Ins, cane ____ I 2.00 board and resolution thereon passed. feet.A few drop allied directly upon EY
    assistance; Commissioner A. F. Bass C. Buckles, freight on Ibr, $15.00; M r. H J Inirram Hick, cost coat Ins.Ins case ._._._ S.70 2.00C Mr. II.: E. Wyle came before the Sprains a tender, touchy corn relieves*the
    made a motion that the board pay W. A. McCool, freight on'Ibr. $7.00. \t Hyatt, cost Ins. case case__u____ 2.00 board and stated that as the survey soreness and soon the entire corn G
    Vim $5 per month maintiinence; RCC- The clerk presented and read a John 8 Cadet. cost In. case __ 1.00 of county roads had not been completed 1XSC root and all, lifts right out with"1It y
    ended by Commissioner B. II. Guy letter from Mr. A. E. Drought re J C Lunlng. state prisoner Jstquarter 'that he would like to make a g

    ;and (carried and clerk instructed to garding the repairs that the board T. M Murphy?--cost-----In-*-,-else .--.-._. 118.41 2.00 survey showing; all county roads and pain.This freezohe is a rummy substancewhich. "
    draw warrant for sage amount. agreed to do on his land; which latter I.. H Ingram, cost In*. case ____ '(.DO make a record of same, where' no rec. dries instantly and simply
    Mr. E. D. Malloy;, appeared before was ordered filetk"Commissioner John S Cadel coat Ins e....._.. l.OO ord had been made; Mr. Wyle was instructed s.1 er shrivels up tho corn without Inflalm-
    the board and stated that the *-rid!re E. L. D Overstreet M 101 Derbyshire J Hick. cost, cost In*Ins., case._.___ X.OO Z.OO to look records over and see KilLt ing or even Irritating the: surrounding dskin.
    at Blue Cypress creek was .in a den* reported that the bridges On Pleasant Ala. 1'nvlngr Co., frt. case brick on what public 'roads were shown and report Sloan'sLrmrrieivt PAIN .
    serous condition and asked them to Hill road were in very bad condition, shingle Creek road ___.____- SS S.42 at regular meeting; of board in Women must keep in mind that q
    nave necessary repairs made; whereupon and made a motion that Mr. L. R. Ala. Paying Co., brick Shingle April. hornless fet create youthful step
    ___________
    __ __
    Creek road
    Farmer be instructed to such h 6711.40
    B. II. get attractiveness.
    Commissioner Guy made repairs Lupfor .A Prather, tire. and repairs Commissioner E. L. D. Overstreet which enhances her
    a motion that Mr. Malloy be instruct. done on all roads in county as Co. auto _..-h--u____ 46.46 reported that road signs in the county -
    ed to make the repairs, which motion was needed which motion was seconded J K 8lnaletary. lumbar _.____ 1S.94 were being; effaced and some of ,
    wag seconded by Commissioner E. I by Commissioner. A. F. Bass Champion IvouRhman Hup. Co., sup to R n 220.40 them destroyed and made a motion e o 0 ++ + 4> > +o M
    Co.
    Supply feed
    D. Overstreet and carried. 1..1 and carried. irrocerle. to R O :: ,and___ 7SB.17 that the board offer a reward of $50
    The clerk presented and read a Commissioner A. F. Bass made a W & C Oro. Co., mule teed.._. 667.4S for proof and conviction of any per Stout Lumber Co.

    - son guilty, which motion was seconded .
    by Commissioner A. F. Bass .auoocssoRe TO MAY-STOUT LUMBER oo.;
    and carried, and it was so ordered.
    I The board passed a resolution on DEALERS IN
    I issuance of bonds in Special Ror.d and
    t I Bridge District No. 2, Osceola county, Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber.. Novelty ; ;
    W. H. ARNOLD ALAN J. MacDONOUGH Florida, designating amount, denom Works in Connection. ;,
    -t I. OFFICE GROUND FLOOR Inatlon'and dates of same.

    CITIZENS BANK BUILDING Contracting The Pennisular; Co. having Engineering; withdrawn and It i ia ear pletsfcre t* fire you estimates at aH time

    Pia... 312 contract for construction of'roads and Cemrteou Atteatiea aad Prompt Delivery.
    bridges in S. R. and B. Diet No. 2, '
    Fla. .
    Phone 21 KiMimni .
    P. 0. Bex 413 Osceola county Florida, at a former ," ,
    ''v."V meeting; for (out nl copy here) 00000. ....0...........I... ...........
    *V'- Mrs. N. S. Cornwell representative .
    -- --- -- -- -
    - -
    J of the Peninsular Engineering .
    ;
    and Contracting; Company of Tampa,
    _
    4 Fla.. submitted contract for construction .
    of roads and bridges in Special
    Arnold & Road and Bridge District No. 2, Os Bank
    ceola county, Florida which after State
    having been examined by the board

    was accepted and upon motion of i''
    4 Commissioner B. H.. Guy seconded by
    p Commissioner A. F. Bass and carried of Kissimmee
    by unanimous vote of the board the


    MacDonoughREAL contract.chairman The board was instructed authorized the to sign clerk said to The of the world _

    eyes
    draw Warrant to Emil Mach for
    _ $70.28 supplies to county auto; Emil
    Mach for $33.40 mule l hire and L. R. '

    Farmer $20.00, amount paid convicts the who
    extra work. are on man :

    Commissioner' K. Hilliard madea
    motion that L. M. Whidden be recommended
    as cattle inspector District
    t ESTATE No. 1, which motion was seconded by
    Commissioner A. F. Bass and carried I
    i'' The bid of Mr. B. A. Guy for clear : SAVESPAUSE
    ing and grading road from Apoxeeto

    county line running east, was presented -
    I. I to the board for reconsideration

    whereupon Commissoincr E. L.
    D. Overstreet made a motion that all

    p HAVE THE LAND size bids for said work be refected- mo-
    WE you want-any tion seconded by Commissioner J. K.Hilliard .
    and carried.

    Farm from 5 to 640 acres or more-with or Emil Warrants Mach were supplies drawn Co.as auto70.28 follow. : for a moment, young man,

    Emil Mach mule feed ....... 33.40L. .,_ give .a. thought to self. Theproblems
    without land adapted to the growing R. Farmer, amt. paid conv.
    orange groves, for extra work __-_____u_. 20.00 that confront you now, or
    There being* no further business before

    of CASTOR BEANS, Truck Farms,Chicken Farms, the board made, Commissioner a motion that E.theboard LD..Overstreet . will a few years hence. '


    Cattle ranches Hog raising general farming Potato 2 p".m.adjourned in special until session March for the 16th purpose at- Look about you-die mea of affairs ire coutry, state, aalia--
    of canvassing the returns of: yes in the world, are die men wfco started to save early ia.life.

    bond election to be held in Commissioners c
    and Cabbage land or virgin soil. district No.5, March 15th They bays die respect and coafidence of die commuity.
    ,
    1918, which motion wr.s seconded by;
    Commissioner J. K. Hilliard and carried Then l look,oa the other side-at die fellows wko spead all tkey

    We have a number of bargains, in city property and the board Mach adjourned.Emil Chairman.. make-they may have a food time for a wkile, bat what doea diek

    a Attest: J. L. Overstreet, .Clerk. personality refedi'A -I\
    '

    that you wouldn't resist. Kissimmee Fla., dollar or so deposited ia tkb baak will be die '' [ h

    Mar, 16. 1918. naclens of a. koaorable, iadepeadeat career. 1
    Call on us to show you. It costs you nothing The Board of County Commissioners Make year b.riaaia( BOW-today. Year. bask
    in and for Osceola County, Fla..
    book will die
    met in special session at 2 m. on pave way, .
    p.

    i. to Jet us prove that we have the land you are look- the Ernest above Mach date, chairman there being; ''E, presen L. D. Capital stock -. $IIO), OO.OO'

    Orerstreet, J. K. Hilliard A. F. Basa Resources ever-,- ,OOt.OO d
    ing' for---in the place you like---and at prices you

    OffUen ... Directons, ,

    t can pay. Away with DEADLY POISONS C.- A.1 CARS OK. President )rf. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY' ,'V-P.: ii

    J ROMA THOMAS. ,. Cashier .,-. ,p

    KILLS RATS.''MICE ANUCOPHEPSFOd N. C. BRYAN, N. B. CARSON, M.KATZ.' i,
    C. A. CARSON. IL FLEMING, E. L. LESLEY

    SAI.SSY '.WADE. TUCKER. ,.Directors.. *?i "'7)"
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    BGRT THE' KISSIMMEE ,VALLEY CAZETTE, FRIDAY .MARCH 29, '1918 --1 t
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    PERUNA in Your Home J! I FINANCING THE WAR ." D..Wagfler1IflsuranceAgeflCyj:: : ii : s r g 'c 01 J J2nd


    and
    A housewife must give the first aid In colds coughs By MRS. N. M. G. PRANG .
    ther ailments. Her'promptness in applying the remedy often -
    ,
    No. 30. it
    Floor Citizens Bank BW,., Phone
    saves a serious illness. Her experience with remedies bas led '
    We had a wonderful meeting here In need of the J>est' to be furnished them? ,
    ber to know that PERUNA Is always reliable that she should Jacksonville the other night. One of One well equipped man can ,do more The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Co.
    have it on hand for the immediate treatment of coughs and our soldier boys from "o'er'there" toward winning th war than a hun- :

    colds and that it is always to gave us vivid word pictures, of general dred lacking the essentials Shall : WE REPRESENT THE AETNA HOME OF NEW YORK, HART-
    conditions. The shrieking of shot the American he
    herThe army repeat historyof INSURANCE
    411 Mrs.Geore W.1...St.. Family and shell, ,the midnight darkness lest the Russian battles where man af. FORD, AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE CO o
    pub>. Wii.. wrltrt: light betray location to the enemy, ter man with scanty ammunition COMPANIES? ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE .
    rUDI'W.h.viuedPo.In our family the tented hospitals, the muddy trenches pushed forward in great waves to fill AND.CAN,TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE

    ( lor Dumber oryearn Safeguard : the frequent, long: continued up the lines literally mowed down by LIFE, ACCIDENT AND AEAL TH, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO-
    IojmdltapcrfectlyteUeble, and nave drizzling rains, turning at times to the fully equipped' Germans? Are BURGLARY PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive
    : medicine. terrific storms, Ithe groans (If the we sending our boys to give their ,
    k.onvtdNthosys. The experience of one wounded, the stench of the dead-the lives 'or to effectively work the great '

    of tem'a cold of any, and tram reveals woman"' given herewith, i ia utter pandemonium broken loose on machinery of war tS represented by . Insurance
    y aeriuu COD) typical of thousands of let- what was one of the fairest spots on perfect equipment? .
    .. .
    e M aequeooea.tx-enn' using It ten that.reach the Peruna earth, but now worse -than the mostlYitilo It doesn't take much money to senda ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY.INTHESEDAYSOFUNCERTAINTY. ,
    forcntarrh. which Company from grateful I imagination could picture as 'boy to France, but it, takes a lot of PROTECTION .
    I auffored,,! with u of the depths of hell to provide for his AGAINST PRECAUTION. '
    conception
    Hood mnoy ,..a... friends who have found lhell't."h money doing effective LOSS IS A WISE,
    not l>wn wry serious nntll recently. It is in such surroundings J our. boys work after h& gets there.Do _)
    .: I taken Prnina Hie drnpplnn: : In my homes incomplete must live-must witrk', must, rest. we think enough of our boys to ___..___. """
    and __ . .. I
    and head OOM
    haldiscontinued
    throat my
    and their -
    ,
    Can -
    ,
    are nut ao itonped' up la the' rnarolnit I I amplained you imagine resting: (7)) by sit. support them in ijhiu great fight? Do "'
    wlih tlia rroulu. and dialcontinue! to family safety:'in ting on a muddy shelf in a trench wo think enough of our homes, our o O '"+ *
    tine. It until I am entirely rtd of catarrh. with feet: in mud business :
    without and the
    I heartily recommend It al an honeM ';"lcloe." danger your more our money -to uphold the
    What duet for her U U ready to do fur you. PERUNA. rain beating -in upon you and the government that makes them possible Cold FresIMeasEggs
    for
    shells screaming "above? Yet that i-4 ? Had we rather stop the Ger. l" Storage
    Colds and Catarrh what the .boys in the .first line trenches mans in 'France of fiffht! them in Am.. ..
    doing and other erica, ..
    are boys arcrisking1 .
    The great weight of testimony that has accumu- their live by bringing VegetablesEtc. :
    up sup Are.we
    ailleep-.Aslcep'to the needsf ,
    lated in the 44 that PERUNA has been on the
    years piles, driving their trucks, in utter the hour-?
    Shall in
    It question to be the reliable family remedy we our lethargy RATES MEATS
    market proves ,beyond darkness-not the glimmer of a head STORAGE ON :
    effects of let the time slip l>y when by safely .
    the serious colds
    (
    ever ready to take. preventing .
    light, and still others jalso without
    coi proof.hs Is, grip published and derangements from time to of time the and digestive many families organs. have This lights bravely, going with ambulancesto investing to a the few'resources dedlarsor at many our command according --. Quarter of Beef. ,___..;.:.__Vfcc. Ib.Meat\ leHa' Storage and ,

    profited by It. gather "t.he., wounded from "NoMan's we,can save life by making Whole Hofi --...-----.._l/2c Ib. cut a* used _________ Ie: lb. '

    ._i-t__... ....1.l rEIUNA la tabM.. 1.,. f.r year -'- CanT k Lund. possible to get more supplies across
    vita.JM...U fortif.4 alum laailta.U..el.. The stones of hravery. are many. the seas where they ire so badly needed Curing Pork: ready for, smoking I 1.2c. per pound, '
    The Peruna Company Columbua. Ohio The 'readiness ,to face death, the fortit.uce' ? Art we asleep, at our posts, r.nd '
    and per'pound.
    Curing Smoking
    in suffering, an* magnificent. ,
    4, n because of our inaction shall\ it be ..: 1.'
    .
    .
    .. .. ..
    "- ----
    The lit of fondest ---- -
    -
    ------ ICp our bOYIIs'a8 our possible for the enemy to find our

    i k ; OF tntUasHcd by the 'board ot county imaginings would ..picture, but boys at a disadvantage? Bring killed. We will do
    t, MONTHLY( : PROCEEDINGS commissioners of Osceola county, among the thousands 'anu \housunds Dose want the thought to rest us your hogs tHe day they are .

    'J'III COUNTY COMMISSION: HNS J Klondu at special meeting of Much Hhowing this wonderful morale four with us that by our greediness for the rest .
    ""' 1tjj ;;' :;:;:,;.,:;...;.....( \IW'\ 'H"r "", "", t\tm-n"'a-lItid\ a,.+Ar I4 iJrQm.ult have been found asleep at their posts greater returns in cash dividends, -.::
    c, Continued from I'age Seven) VliHiJ': \'4fint'lrt't r(4W.iodi---1I'; I.'i' entry{ )Jnurtoea ' ) --- -
    ( members of the board being present : : r Bridge district, having beep dclivcu-d strain )preceding, that may have been erica manhood, or 'that by a lack of rSSIMMEfVriCf'w&'COLD;rSTORAGEJjO: W! r''
    andWhereas too much for their physical endurance
    -
    self sacrifice have
    the board of county com i we indulged in
    ,
    ;
    { to the 'board, they proceeded Id cu'n- missioners of said county have found!: I we (10! not know that the' all physical comforts that might .have ...o.oooooo oo o c.o. O 04 4C..OO ooco, ..

    ,'al\\& the same in open board. hat a majority of the votes cast at pervading German' spy lid not drug been exchanged for tho life of yout -
    t' The result of the election by precincts said election were in favor of constituting' them but we say "Asleep at their nan or of mine? We cannot dodge - - -

    '. ; being as follows: said district into a Special posts" in hushed and strained tones, the situation; howO'cr0 may try toward ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET. ATLANTIC HOTEL

    Precinct No. C1.; for constituting the Head! and Bridge 1)iitriet.and issuing too horrified at its awfulness to do off responsibility it is before SPECIAL REPORT. Jacksonville Florida ,
    bonds in the sum of $46, OO.00 for the other than repeat "Asleep at their us. We ran't plead future need for : .( 1.0"1': 'i's' I I''U'I'UI'\U' .4
    territory as described in the petition construction of roads and bridges in posts!" the money is absolutely! gafe. We National Stock; ;; Yards, Illinois, Cor. flay .nI H..Hlm. 1 Illork from
    filed with the board the 7th day of
    on said district, as described in said pe. My readers, are you asleep ? As can't, plead lack of funds, for thereis March: 19, 1918. I'unt oilier.
    January, 1918, into a special Road tition, the speaker said. these )boys had at a chance to lend to Uncle Sam downto ---- Hol and oolrt runnlnn, waiter In r\rry
    and Bridge District and for issuing Now therefore, be it ordered, and its one time at least awakened theircountry's twenty-five certs. We can't plead TODAY'S RECEIPTS: Cattle 4500, lui"in All I i ou|ski| )C ami .." ,leaned, .H""i"i
    bonds in the sum of $46,500 for t.hecon.truct.lon hereby ordered declared and pub. needs mid Imtli I fl.00 In II I ri\>,- 2 p.'vI'It| $.LII!
    they would
    or need
    never possible for the beforematurity Hogs 18,000, Sheep 500. '.
    of roads and bridges described money to $260 1C Flunk. l'"nr< -, I'rop,, 'Y1..
    in said 14 -is-hed that the territory described in have donned the uniform, while bun for thrift t.amps and war CATTLE: Beef steers have formed .
    petition votes.
    said, the petition filed before said boardon dreds of the people who would con- savings certificate will be paid by a relatively large proportion of the
    Against consituting territory the 7th of January, A. I). 1918, demn them have GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS"TO
    into a Special' Road and Bridge District day never for an hour the government in full value on ten week's supply and due to the overabundance -
    . and issuing bonds in the sum of to-wit: Beginning at the northeast seriously considered their own part in days' notice. of this variety, the market CONSTIPATED CHILD
    $46,600 for the construction of road corner of section 1, Township 29 this battle for civilization. They We can't say we have already done broke 15 to 25 cents yesterday but
    and bridges as described in said petition south, Range 34 east, and running have never realized their individual our duty for we have not. We can hall reacted today, recovering nil\ he
    5 votes. Thrown out no votes. thence west along the township line responsibility in the great need of do more and a.:* lung as we can do loss leaving the trade fully steady Delicious "Fruit Laxallva" can't harm
    Precinct No.9: For constituting dividing Townships 28 and 29, to the each and every one conserving every- more we cannot do t-nong-h. with a week ago. Butcher cattle i tender little Stomach, 'LIvcr.'
    northwest corner of Section 6, 'Township thing--that labor and be' have shown no variation at time, and Bowels.
    the territory as described in-the petition money turn- Are we, the general American._public any ,
    29 south range 32 east; thence ed 'as far as possible to war-winning slackers selling fully\ as good as prices late !
    filed wIth the board on the 7th north along' the line dividing or are we rot? The subscription -
    last
    range week.
    .
    day of January, 1918, into a Special 31 and the channels. to government securities Look at tlie motherl If
    / 32, to northeast tongu,
    ranges HOGS
    The trade
    : opened steady
    Road and and Every thought should be for within the
    Bridge District for issuing ourboys few
    'next weeks will tell
    of Section 1 coated. littlo one's stomach IIVIT
    28 ,
    corner: Township ,
    with :your
    yesterday's early sales, but kept
    bonds in the of for ; Strengthening, palatable food the I
    sum $46,500 story am sure it will be one
    south, 31 east thence west and bowels need clea.naing at Onl'8.When .
    the range ; must be sent them clothes improving and closed strong with an
    construction of roads and bridges : equip. we should be.proud to read. How
    along the Township line dividing listlesadoesn't
    described in said petition, 4 votes. ment Are they to face: the ruthless I mUt'h'of that extreme top of" $17.90( with an excel- peevish, cross,
    story will be about
    Townships 27 and 28 to the western
    lent clearance with the sleep, eat or act naturally or in fever
    Huns prospects very
    Against constituting said territory with anything less than all they YOU?
    into a Special Road and Bridge District boundary of Osceola county; thence good for the balance of the week. Goodto lah, stomach sour,' breath bad ; lisa .aura
    and issuing bonds in the sum of- following said boundary in a southeasterly choice hogs 150 to 230 Ibs. $17.60to throat, dlorrlirra, full of colil. give a
    $46,600 for: the construction of road direction to the Township $17.90; 240 to 260 Ibs. 17.35 to teaspoonful of "California( feyrup; of
    and line dividing Townships 32 and 23, $17.60( ; extreme heavy! hogs slow $17. Figs" and In a few !hours all the. foul,
    bridges described In said
    as
    ,. no votes. Thrown out no votes.petition which is the southern, boundary of l I RUMINATIONS OF REX 1 1I to $17.25; .pigs 120 to 140 Ibs. $17 to constipated waste, undigested food and
    . Making a total of eighteen ((18)) Osceola county; thence east along $17.50; 100 to 120 lbs $16 to $17;i !our bile gently mona out of 1U little
    said Township line to the eastern bowels without and have
    Votes for constituting the territory lighter pigs $14 to $15.50; best griping, you a
    bou'ioary of said Osceola' co"nty: roughs $15.75 to $16. w..lI. playful child, again. Ask your
    described in the petition filed with the thence, north along the eastern boundary -I A new b.:' entered this trouble- who left some liniment r.nd told the SHEEP: Constant strength has developed druggist for a bottle of "California
    board on the 7th day of January, of Osceola county to the place tossed world last Friday night at the old man to rub it on his wife's cheat. in, this trade this week and (Syrup of Figs," which contains full II
    : 1918, into a Special Road and Bridge of beginning, be and. the aam 5 ishereby residence of Jesse .)'J1er. Charlie Coming back then xt day he asked the current market is fully\ 15 to 25 I direction for babies, cMldren, of all ages t
    District, and for Issuing.bonds in the constituted a ;Special Road Prevatt, son of' our old sheriff, is the the husband if he hud followed dircc- cent! higher than last week's close. and for grownups.To .
    urn of $46,500 and for the constructionof and. Bridge District numbered three mother of the 'little new arrival .- ions, Chist, chist!;, said tl.e old man, Good to choice lambs $17.75 to $18.25 I
    roads bridges as described in I ((31; Osceola county Florida. father of the boy. Said Charlie married wal.-doctor, we didn't have any chist fat sheep $12.50 to $13.25 ;
    said petition and five (6)) votes I Ernest Mach, chairman. one of Tyncr's daughters, i.othcrof but we brought in the old trunk downstairs $9 to $11; $6 to ; choppers
    canners $8.50. Goats
    against constituting said district and Attest: J. L,, Overstreet, clerk. the little new arrival. Mother and i and rubbed the stuff you left $8 to' $10; kids $11 to $13. : Couh
    tition.Issuing bonds as specified in said pe The bonds of Messrs. Judson D. Ion are doing well under the skillful all over It and the old lady's well this I NATIONAL LIVE STOCK COMMISSION : l
    Chunn.' Gurdon H. Clark and Alexander management of Dr. Rivers. morning. -While in the joke giving COMPANY
    The board having canvassed the re. Edward Whaley, a. trusties of Dr. Wirm had been absci.t from the line and under the inspiration of .
    I
    turns as provided by law, made the Special Road and Bridge District :No. city for about a week under! the care physics, Rex I as one which may: SICK WIFE'S STORY SUR.PRISES get quick relief take VT Dr.
    following order New DISCOvery. Used 50 Checks
    r to-wit: 2, Oaceola County, Florida, in the of specialists in the meantime our old please those who enjoy them. An years
    \ Whereas, the returns from the election friend Mr. Joe had serious the cold. Stops the cough. Try it.
    amount of $5000.00 each, secured by Smith a old time physician was called in to KISSIMMEE.
    held on the 15th day of March,, tho Nation Company of Mow attack which come being fatal. whom he '
    Security near see a patient, decided required -
    A. D. 1918, within the hereinafter described York, were examined and approved.. lie was sitting up in his chair whenon to be bled, according: to custom The .following has surprised Kis- !2r.
    territory this been "
    have day by the board. attempting to get to his bed he many years ago bleeding was carried meet: A business man', wife suffered cng'sHIcoyery
    Theic being no further business be. fell. His wife called for help but as from
    -------------- on by the use of leeches. The dyspepsia and constipation for
    ; -SOUn-ACID: f>>ro the board Commissioner A. F. none of the men folks were at home doctor left "a number with the old years. Although she dieted she was
    I STOMACHS, Bai made a motion that the loardadjturn the ever ready ladies in the neighborhood Irish woman told her how to use so bloated her clothes would not fit.

    1. GASES OR INDIGESTION until their regular meeting came to the rescue and the them and took hi* leave On returning ONE SPOONFUL buckthorn bark,
    , April 1st, 1918, which motion wan fallen man was lifted up and carriedto the next day he asked the old glycerine, etc., as mixed In Adler-i-ka
    .
    ", .' ap.'. Dlspspsln" neutralize. *xe...*> conded( by Commssioner J. K. Mil his bed. Dr. Wmn soon relievedthe woman if she had applied them as relieved her INSTANTLY. Because forCouhsCo1dsTb.
    ,: .lye acid in stom.ch, relieving liard\ and carried and the board ad- situation and Mr.Smith is once directed. Her reply was: ,Well, not Adler-i-ka empties BOTH large and
    dyspepsia, heartburn and .IouI ned. I more resting quietly.Our exadUy; Mike the dinged old fool small\ intestine it relieves ANY CASE -
    : '* distress at one. Ernest. Mach, chairman. good friend E. G. Vans Agnew, wouldn't take them raw so I fried constipation, sour stomach ..Evils .f CouHpatioa i
    Attest: J. L. Overstreet.: clerk.COODTOTHE I whom had feared lost is otill or gas and
    : we was them for him. prevents appendicitis. It has QUICKEST Leaving waste material in the body
    : Time'It!'! In five minutes all stomach with us. U. S. regulations and his We are in the-midst as it were of action of anything poison the system ,and blood 1 and
    distress, due to acidity, ''will go. theory of military life by some means an agricultural and horticulturalfarm. Central Drug Store. : we ever sold. makes you liable to sick headaches,

    No iadlgestion, heartburn, sourness or LflST DROP failed to correspond. On all sides are the 'results of biliousness, nervousness; and muddy
    belching of gas or eructations of undigested New draft on the 29th. Our boys industry and skill. Corn, cabbage, skin. Try Dr. King'!!:. New Life Pills. .
    food no diuinen,. bloating, foul will soon know what's in. store for beans potatoes, fruit such as oranges ,"Lick a stamp to ]lick the Kaiser Prompt relief. At all druggist ..
    j>reath ,or headache. them, if wo have not already filled our and .bananas, strawberries etc., are
    i Pane's Diaprpsln U noted for its quota; the opinion appears to be that found. ,on all sides' Mabbette street r
    ,j speed in reguUtina upset; stomachs. we have. Should such be the case from the ditch-- towards- town presentsa
    It; i* the surest, quickest stomach sweetener ;- none of our men will be taken. sight that predicts anything but

    1 in the whole world, and besides It HOUSECOFFEE Grass is growing rapidly and the starvation. Mr. Fox, whose ,land extends Potatoes
    \ is harmless. Put an end to stomach supply of milk which will save money to the ditch has a fine crop and aqd Prosperity

    distress at; once by getting a large MtyI br reducing the purchase of prey .his neighbor, Mr. Muller, has one of
    I 1 rent ease of rape's TMspepsIn from any nons. The hen is likewise coming to the best proportioned gardens in the
    :3rug store. You realize in five minute her own again and this combinationwill Aroostook
    city. Mrs. .Muller was the first strawberry County, Maine, is the richest agricultural
    4 how needles it i* to suffer from indl- work together for the good and discovered' in county in the
    picker we end United States.Tb. .
    ,
    ., gection, dyspepsia or any stomach disorder welfare of
    our people.
    nonor to ner
    laayiurip we can mrtiiersay
    caused by fermentation due toexcessive ASK YOUR GROCER President Wilson has commenced that we pass the house frequently potato crop has brought wealth and prosperity l lo this county

    f acid in ctomaco. O operations on the food question by and find her children the neatest and The average yield of potatoes in Aroostook, is about 300 bushels

    _u__ establishing"prices on wheat and the best mannered and best en red for little acre or more than three times the average yitld in the United per
    intention is to have his orders obeyed. fellows that we see in the city. DID YOU RAISE 300 States- -
    e lbL4i I' The 'revoking of a grocer's licensein At John Drawdy's all is serene and BUSHELS, OF POTATOES
    Tampa was the first effect of the Miss Dora is nunin, a'fine little girl 1 PER ACRE THIS YEAR? '

    new law. This is a movement in the which Nolan thinks is all right. Miss If not, you aye lost a part of your profits. The ArC oltook

    ; pj.uerirops right direction, and if other officers Martha Acree, sister to Mrs. Drawdy, farmer insures successful crops by applying plenty of county
    interested in this business will aid in II staying with them and as that 0 tilizer. He plows' and cultivates* kigh-gr.de ferJ -
    out said law will J carefully, uses clean seed .
    carrying we soon young lady is a fine housekeeper anda often. aoa ,prsyt
    These
    come to living prices. splendid cook all things go on in. the gigantic crop are the result of intelligent care and ample
    ; Heavy 'yields of 1 Ligh clue products are aec.ssaq The rains descended but the floods best of shape. supplies of effective plant food.
    didn't and fell the On both of hr.ve ,
    come they on potatoes sides us we gar
    t. btiag a Jq act pro6t to the power. Th. and great was the result there dens that are blooming. On the westa E.

    banner record for such results has basis held for of. On Friday night before the rain, family by the name of Briggs display FranK Coc's Fertilizersare

    : the -last Rex was the guest of Mr. Joe Smith beautiful roses and well trim
    qaarter-ceDtary by and his good Tadv. Continued flashesof med lawns. Miss Vivian appears? to the Aroostookfarnirs' StandardFor
    lightening in the north had always be the Nymph in the family; this
    sixty
    informed us that rain was soon to be young; lady is not only a beauty, but year the E. Frank Cos brand have assisted food '
    ; V ,Ideal Fertilizers expected and we told them that they vivacious enough to keep the many '"".en ? all sections of flits country to increase their crop and their

    j i 4 could certainly expect rain And plenty I friends she has gained in this community I profits. Plan BOW to get your full profit from your 1918
    of it. Mr. Joe was. doftbter but the. in the best of spirits. On the Ask for book potato crop.
    Sac!, for 'I.ar F.... Boob o. d c.srdaII rain came anyhow. Rex is not a east side is the noted Clrrk variety. I CROP." \ copy ff our e.titled l "POTATOESiA

    I, : cops .f Florida I also s..,$pra7.CataIepe. prophet nor the son of a prophet, but Early and late the industrious mistress I :.a.... by J1Ak Contains faD information ia regard to the Sods
    be certainly believes that our city. can be found ,with.industry and Aroostook county potato fl'owera'aad also
    H Sp.daIdvic.gladli Im.f .. 41 crop will be one to be rooked upon. skill Increasing ,the bejanty ,of her I :of profitable. potato crop written by an Aroostook farmer/ the story
    I with pride by our people.. luxuriant plants. ,
    1 1Wibaa
    Mr.. P. P. Savage continues in the The Democratic" rooster is viewing KISSIMMEE
    WAREHOUSE
    f, employ of the telephone company these efforts withth highest favor. -
    .,T....f.itzer c... r which keeps him away from home the I H. is feeling all the good effects of J.:T. BorckhaJter, Salesman

    f greater partof tho time. \When, hit' the war end none of the bad. His
    . Mfrsul; 'FrtII,& if heard from 'ha was at LaGrange... I family are well cared for; they produce THE:
    With the exception of a few chronic a part of the products without COE-MORTIMER CO.

    *' Jacb.nD.. urn.t' cases, we hear of very little sickness; Injury' to themselves and the better .
    .- and very many of those Who are *n the care) given them the larger the' CORNELIUS'CHRISTIANCY"F1ori '

    : S ,.Ji .-__ the complaining' list at times are like. production. He's shrewd enough ,to Sales Msa.ger
    h the'old lady who complained until her know this and therefore he says goon Box: 1156
    husband :,(a ratherr ld .fashioned aDd boys and slsnghtcr: *,old ,Kaiser Jacksonville, Fla

    '....---- H Ignorant man), ,scnt' ,for the doctor before' you. como back. .

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    THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1111 : NIJIff.1,



    4 .J.. THORNTON HELD FORILLICIT LAKE CO. QUARANTINED Le: ai Jackson, and S their country I I COMMIISIOTEIl's ALB MAYOR'S PROCLAMATIONUnder

    called. -
    S DISTILLING As said In the Ia .. Bstatsi .f 0.*.... .. T...... u.. and by the power"vested. In..,
    we beginningmany me, I. / 8. Cadet. Mayor of the Cit,
    .6. M. Thornton-of Kissimmee AGAINST CATTLE TICK people did not sea both ends of the -..... of Klsslmmee, ''Florida., lo" hereby announce
    S was school exhibit. In the middle of i proclaim and declsVe that an
    bound over to the federal grand jury the Notice Is hereby riven that under election will be field at the City HalL
    -- was of school
    by United State Commissioner H. L. display a range and and by virtue of an ord.iI..uel! by In said City,' during the legal hour of
    Crane following hear. Some of the Oscola county cattle neighbors must leave their ticks at in the addle of that was a service nag Hon James W. Perkins Judge Or the voting, on Saturday the loth day of

    in a preliminary owners' will be Interested in the> announcement home. We can't have them in Lake with six itars.Then it -was.that these' Seventh Judicial Circuit of the Stat. March A- D. Ills for the purpose of
    I
    r. yesterday in which Thornton walebar&ed county. careless ones, with misty and unsee of Klorlda, on the 10th day of 'anuarYj electlnll'''the followlnc officers for the

    S with having in his poe_. that a state ,and government "Uncle Sam has taken a hand in ing: eyes and bent head., walked out A. D. 1911' [. .. Commissioner term One of one year vis.:
    S sion at Public Auction Sale at the door! of Mayor
    4 liquor distilling apparatus and quarantine against tick infested our cattle tick affairs and he has into the sunlight, and as they tucked the Court lIou... In. Bartow Florida. One Clerk ,

    .carrying on illicit distilling. Complaint cattle moving into Lake county has poeted notices and advertised] in thenewspapers away bit of moist linen remarked: to the highest and best bidder, for One Mar.hal and Tax Collector, .

    was made to federal officials been.made effective on and after April of the county that all "It !is getting quite dusty again." cash during the legal hours of sale One Treasurer, '
    some time ago and Peputy U. S. Mar on Monday the first day'of April, A. O. Also to serve for the term of two
    shal W. C. arrested the defendant first of this year. people owning cattle infested with 191*. the following described real. v.nra'Two members of the City Coua 1TO
    Spencer Legal quarantine notices have been ticks must exercise great care lest REGISTER NOW. estate situate In1' the- County ot Polk elL '

    Friday. The .apparatus was published in two of the Lake county these cattle stray or roam across the The regrUtration, books are now op. : and State of Florida, to-wit: I.hereby appoint H. N. Bratton J. EL
    brought in at the Thornton Section One and Lupfer and K. O. Vans Inspectors '
    hearing, Lot Four (4)$ In (1), Asrnew as
    papers and cloth posters have beennaled line and browse on our pastures, en at precinct In Osceola In Two and and] Clerk of
    claiming he used it to heat water.- every Lot Two (I) Section! (1) Edgar Kata as
    to trees along the boundary bringing infection to our Shorthorns."We and \ coun-I the north one-half of Lots Three and said election.
    S Tampa Tribune. lines but as cattle cannot read, it is are on the way to become a ty. Register pay your poll Four ft and 4)) In Section Two (3)) and In witness whereof .r have hereunto '

    to the owners to see that their tickless county and by the first of December your vote will be needed this year. the south on.-half of the southeast set my hand as Mayor o..IIt'Clty and
    GIRLS! WHITEN SKIN up -..,... -- quarter of Section Two (II>, all In Caused the seal of said City to be
    4 stock does not the line. Failing we will be a nice bright -
    get over Township Twenty-nine (19) South. hereunto affixed" this 28th day of February .
    WITH LEMON JUICE in that the owners will face prose white spot on Uncle Sam's cattle tick Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up System flange Twenty-nine (29) East, lens the A..,,D. 191S.

    cution by the United!! States govern map. Our cattle will hold up' their The Old BUnd.rd rn.r.l .tmrtheBlaa' tonic southwest quarter of the southeast Seal) JOHN' 8. CADEL. 4
    Make? a beauty lotion for a few centsto ment. heads and the sun will glisten'on their OROVE-B TA.OTBCB8S chill TON 1C.dcTveieut i. quarter of Section Two (2), Township. Mayor of the City oKlseimme.
    larL.earichea the blood.andbullda npth.r Twenty-nine (I') South Range Twenty'nlne Florida
    reoYe., tan, freckles, sallowness. Commenting upon the quarantine shining bides' and their ownra' will torn. A >i.e tanie. For adult sad children. eM (29) East, In the County < Attest: .
    notices Gilbert D.) Leach editor of the wear the smile that won't coma off." Polk State of Klorlda J J, R. GILBERT.

    S Your grocer has the. lemons and any Leesburg Commercial says: "Lake Lake county has 50 dipping vats Dated at Klsslmmee. Florida this City Clerk: 11-ft

    '.drug store of toilet counter wU and tick eradication work LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS February, 26th, 191s. '
    supply Barred to Ticks. We are not inhospitable systematic WM. d. ZEPPERKIV. )IK4>inTHATIOM NOTICB .
    :you with three ounces of orchard but after the first; of April out was started there.on last Tuesday 11-51' Al Commissioner - "

    white for a few cents./ Squeeze the -, Notice In, h..reb.n that the Rerr

    juice of two fresh lemons into a bottle '" A NOTICK: .. '.'. Utratlon books of U.ceola County will
    Notice In hereby given that the' Annual NOTIt'H OV .I.AT.ON FOR LKT- 1m open at the office of Supervisor of
    then' put in the orchard white and Mcettnir of the Blockholdorn of TElLS PATKSIT Keirliitratton, at M. Kali' store on
    shake well. This makes ,11 quarter IMPORTANT FACTS ABOUT the Grayatone Hotel .Company will\ beheld 1- Monday March 4th and each week. day

    5 I pint of the very ''best lemon skin at the office of the.. Company I In Notice Is hereby given that on -the from 9:00: a. m to 11:00: m.. and from
    whitener the City of KlRBlmmee l ..Iorl"... at ten 22nd day of April. 19... the undersigned 8:00: p. m. to 5:00 p m., to and Including
    and, beautifier '
    I.4 complexion S THE GROWING OF PEANUTS r cllr.CA..I M. on the 11th day-of April. will apply to the Oovvrnor of K.lor- Monday, May fllh, 1911 Ahy qualified
    !V known.' Massage .t""'/. fragrant, >ct director and transact" Ala for Letters latent to be Issued elector whose name Is not now on the
    creamy lotion daily 'into the face neck nuch/'OthM-. ln.'-..,..,a. may"' 'fome'' before. -.-' upon the following proposed Charter. ReoM.tratlon book. may register. The
    -- -
    (hemeetlnir. ,hooka. the other precincts of O.c.ol&county
    If arms and hands and just see how A, KOMKN
    Peanuts require a well drained ing 30 bushels will give approximately dllATSTONB HOTEL. COMPANY B. PLUM MER will open Monday March 4th,
    kl4 freckles ton, sallowness redness and Telfalr Knlxhl, Hecrrtary.Dated and close '
    Monday April Jet.
    soil. will not pioduce a profit-1 : 30 gallons peanut oil 400 pounds M. K. ROSEN
    They ,
    roughness disappear and how smooth March 81 at, 1018. Ill-it, PROPOSKD CHARTKK OK THR IN- E. D. KATZ ,
    :soft and clear the skin becomes. Vest able crop where the water table peanut meal 1000 pounds peanut hay. IlISI'KNUENT K1U1IE1UES Ci). ll-St Supervisor of Reirl.tratlon.
    stands within two feet of the surface A fine sandy loam soil containingsome >()TICK OV SAI.H OF *'OiLATiIIti.XIiu'Immee. t .
    It-is
    t harmless and the beautiful- Article I
    --- IN! TICK COUNTT COURT' AND
    :suits will surprise you. during: the dry season. gravel and underlaid with porous Kla.j March 26th 191M. The name'of the corporation hall, fOSCKOL.A
    i '1/ ri Peanuts are a leguminous crop and clay, where the original growth To J. 11. L>onKan.. Kim, Deer Park be IIW1JKPKNDKNT: FISH 51(1;: .lOS CO., S COUNTY, TATH.OF

    thrive best on sandy land that has a was oak and hickory with scattering "*la* and Its home office and principal placeof FLORIDA ,
    Pile Cured In 6 to 14 *
    L Days be Klsslmmne Use
    business shall 5
    Youare hereby notified that the Un-
    '
    good supply of humus. pines is considered excellent\ for pea ola Florida, with the rlvl, ATTACHMH.Vr
    frour dniffffiflt 'will refund money 11 PAZO I. deralirnod will. on April 12th A. l U. County. t>
    OINTMENT Ulli to cure .0.,.cue of Itctiinc For oil production the'white Span- nuts. IMS. at IX "rti'clock''noon of, said days, toga of rvtabllshlnic branch offices at A" r1PXIT t>AMA KnOoceols : .1_...S
    Blind.BleedIngorProtrudIng t PilMln6to Hd.r ish Variety is preferred The mills Florida climatic' conditions arc favorable at th,- Cltltena Hank of Klaalmmee such other places either In the State Hardware Castaway;, C Ce>rpeI"1 '.
    The ant application five.KM.and R..t. 30c.S from $6 to $10 ton more than for peanuts. The season forplantina Kla. ",'\1 at public. venduo to the hitchem of Florida or In other' states of theUnIt..d ratio*. IMalatlnT,
    ... pay per bidder Mock .. Stales, or In foreign countries. ... S
    : .t r i. L. I It. : certlflp No. 4 of the
    .0_,. ..... "- "- ttUhersvarletiOT-tbeeause: ofth" : cxtend8.jfjrpm W \rhj9,4ulyi:(; \ ) Nta* W. B. Crawford Lee .Tarrel' ) higher oil content. I' On suitable soils crop failure IS'practically -,shares,' tmlrt rertlflpate. 'h..inw "4datedJsnuary :m O""rtni1rtlholli.iI.t..lt.'J. ' l.rJ;: ; ' ?,, 4'T' ._.1U'." ' ''- ?

    CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTOUNEYSATLAW Frequent cultivation keeps the soil unknown.An IsU oJ.91 0'b'
    I The general l of the buslneAato
    of lime usually Increases by and having de- nature And all other whom It may concern
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    moist and loose and favors the development application
    S. IMiHlU'd with said Cltlacna tank of be transacted hy the corporation, It appearing by return of the Sheriff
    of nuts. the yield and' is especially\] KlHBlmmeo. Kla.a. collateral aerurltu shall be to buy. sell, handle, shin and of D.ceola County Florida, the
    c Offices 4, B, 6, and 7 Citizen Peanuts deplete the fertility' of beneficial if the land is not well drain. for your promissory note dated March otherwise transport all kinds of fish summon leeued In this ease upon that you

    Bank Building. soils if the entire plant and nuts are ed. i .th. 1017. payable to the nitlaena both fresh and salt whether from are a hon-l'el ld.nt of the State of Fler-
    fresh water or salt water to Include
    Hank -of Klaalmmee -Bill Ida. and that .
    Klorlda May
    you are a resident of "
    I Kissimmee Florida removed but if the vines are fed to Fertilization is usually\] recommended after date, for $10(10.00 with Intereat all the species of food nshes. and other 'hlladelphla. State of Pennsylvania, '

    livestock and the manure returned to especially on thin sandy land but at ten per cent per anum after maturity product. of tho' water used for food ;nd plaintiff applying to thl. Court for
    the land and a proper rotation practiced on good land with a fair supply of no part of the principal of Bald I purposes; to' own operatic maintainand Notice of Institution of hip Suit, to b.pUhhished .
    DR. W. W. CARSON improve the soil. humus fertilization is not as .neces- note havlnfc been paid and no'llIter..lon use all equipment outfits, devices, according to law" you are
    S peanuts same having been paid subsequentto boats; selns, nets, cars dray. and all hereby notified that the above suit was
    ; DENT T One acre of Spanish peanuts yield- sary as- with corn. June 3oth.! 1917 The proceeds of other equipment necessary or Incidentto Instituted In the above Court on the

    S. Office over Pilley Building __ *' .. sale of said stock will be applied on the effective carrying on of> the 11th day of February A. D. JUS. the
    : ', the payment of said note. Ten days business of catching packingship- came being a .ult In Anump.lt Claim.
    yo OITIc' rak.I-t2. 1: -* notice of such sale i la hereby given ping. marketing. Belling and generally Inlf damage. In the sum of One Hun
    OB... 'Phon lbs 'Phone I time when the. government needed eVery The trafflclng In all kinds of fish for toodpurpo..e. dred
    terms of sain will be cash Uollsra. and '
    you. carrying a Writ of
    0.. Arfmlnl t.r.d for Extraction ..fT..th in
    Dairy Specialist ., or otherwise for profit: to
    car to speed up the war program.The CITIZENS! HANK OFKISHIMM12E. Attachment and the Sheriff of Oaceola
    I FLORIDA. own. use, occupy, lease, buy'and sell, County. Florida. by rlrtue of the aald
    the
    speaker emphasized importance ...lIt My Roger, I Uodd Cashier.MTATKMMNT all of such commodities' and all property Writ of Attachment haG eelsed and lev
    ;. LEWIS O'BRYAN Kissimmee.The of dairy products in the diet for necessary or Incident to the effective led upon a. your property the followIn .
    children especially and gave some : OK THK O\VNKHIIII, carrying on of said business. to described real estate In the County

    ATTORNEY-AT-LAW very striking data along that line./ MAMAUHMKNT.: CIH('ilATIO\: Include real estate, personal and mixedproperty I of ORceola. State of Florida, to-wltt
    and property rights; to engage Lot One lieSubdlvUlonof
    demonstration and address given ,She dwelt upon the proper method ''of S KTC. HKItriMICn HV" TIIHACT In and carry on the business of I Lot. Seven (7) and Eight (if of
    ;5 Waring Building. in the Stanford block on Stewart producing milk and urged the supportof (ill' AtUUB': : 34. leia. buying and selling all kinds of produce Block "V" of n. H. P. Drought's. Addition -
    complete tick eradication for Flor- Of KlMlmmee Valley Oasette. published either as agent or upon commission to the Town. of KTa.lmmee
    Ave. Wednesday March 20, by Miss or as owner as a merchant, for Florida, therefore
    weekly at KlBslrnmee. Klorlda you are hereby notl-
    ida Her talk
    cattle. was supplemented ,
    ; rat Johnston O. P.- OarreMJOHNSTON the and
    profit! to enjoy all rights privileges fled and ordered to
    let 1918. In
    said
    folApril appear
    May Morse, state dairy specialist of esters which-were hungin conectlon
    by graphic In with the
    ownership suit
    & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW ":Kdltor W. 11. Harris, Klsslmmee on or before the April Rules the
    ; Tallahassee was well atttnded by ladies conspicuous places and by bulle- Fla. and oWn.n enjoyment Ira the same being the Jot day of April J\. D.
    ; of Kissimmee and the school girls tins on the various subjects. which Business Manairer E. <0. Van. Allnew said several business as fully UIR. It I. further ordered that thl.
    and completely as any natural person order be
    ICIsslmrnee. Kla. published In the KU.Immee
    Offices 10. 11 and 12 Cititens Banl who are enrolled in' the domestic were distributed after the address. Publisher, Klsslmmee. Valley (lazette could do Valley Cla.ette. a weekly. new.pa...
    Building science department of the school. Miss t-Morse was assisted by Miss KlKBlmmee, Kla \ Article III. published and of general circulation In
    r Kleslmmee. Fla.GOBSOJ Miss Morse gave an interesting il Albina Smith the Osceola county Owners: W. 11. Harris, Klsslmmee, The Capital Stock of the corporation the County of O.ceola and "Plate of
    5' lustration of what can be done with agent who accompanied her to Cen- Fla.: F. K. Vans Agnew, Klaslmmee shall be Five Thousand (15,CUD.00) Florida. once a week for thirty days
    Dollars, to be divided Into Fifty (SO) Witness the Honorable
    Kla; K. U. Van. Agnew, Kieslmmer.Fin. T. M. Murphy
    ordinary sour milk,, which is 'often ter Park and East Lake where simi shares of the par value .of One Hun a. Judge of said Court and my name 4
    considered useless by making it into lar meetings were held. Known bondholders, mortnatters and dred ($100.00) Uollars each. Said] capital Km Clerk thereofand the' seal of said
    other stock shall lie paid for In full 'WhenI..u..d. Court at KlMlmmee O. eol..
    appetizing dishes. A loaf made of security holders holding 1 percent < County
    and shall he payable In money State of Florida.
    of total of on this tsth
    or.more amount bonds day or
    cottage cheese lima beans, pimentos Few Stars nidrt raKi"S or other securities: Mer- or labor or property at a Just valuation February A. U. liii
    FflRPIER and breadcrusts attracted tpecial at Only a Kenthaler linotype Co., New York; to be agreed upon S by, the Incor. J..L. OVERSTREET.. .5.'4
    tention.This was not only deliciousbut Mrs. K. N. Fell. Warrenton. Va. porators. (0ountv A* Clerk of .aid Court.
    E. Q. Van. S Article IV. Court Seal) 11.
    itKOTIfH
    Agnew Secretary.
    is said to bo highly nu'ritious.
    The term for which said corporationshall .
    Contributed. Sworn
    ( ) to and subscribed before me *
    Mils Morse carries' vital: meisago this 27th day of Men., 111111.! exist shall be perpetuaL TO CREDITORS
    i : SELLS to Florida people urging the increased At the Osceola County Fair the (Seal) HOMA THOMAS.. Artlrle V. -
    production of dairy products) and display of work by the public schools Notary I'uhllo. The business of 'the corporationshall 1m Court ef I he conducted by a President n Coealy, Bt... .. ...
    My commIssion explrei Mch. 8. 1919.OTItI5 n.rl.
    the conservation of the meat supplyof of the county was large and very Vice Prealdent. and a Secretary and -

    Fire, Life, Accident and this state. 'creditable. Many-persons entering at Treasurer, and a board of Three I>lr.c. I.l re K.<... .f n. $. Ane.lei;
    The scarcity of meat is fast becoming the east end of the room did not see N FOil l.l'II"'ATIOn..p.r..t tors. The office of Secretary and To all Creditors., Leg-alee.. Dl.trlbu-

    Health Plate Glass Lia- alarming and the question of providing anything at the west end and some of tile Interior. V, H. ]...d Treasurer person. may be." -held, i by the' ,same or-tees Demand and all agaln.t. ...r.on.said having Estate Claims

    the proper nourishment 'to entering at the west end did not see Oft'le..C Uslsirsvllle, Kl.., Mar li.'J: The,' annual meeting of the: itock- You, and each of you, are hereby;no-
    ,
    : bility and Boiler I Itirance.sj keep the Florida people up to the anything, in the east. end. Notice 1111"i.la hereby given 'that. / Andrew-, I Holders for tin purpose of electing: officers tilled and required present any
    of the corporation shall be the claims and' demand
    "'", ,\'rf', ''''' t',. ," standard is one that is confrontingevery In our country schools down on the $,..elites, of LoiiKhman- Kla.. ',whoonNovember nrst.'Tuesday, July.f.e..h, and every either of you,. may have which against you, the er
    Bonds Executed household. One effective way cattle ranges the attendance is often IS 111 14. ma"..'; Homestead year.. Until the first annual meeting c.tate.of.' I>. S, Austin deceased late
    '; ,, Legal to do this would be to increase the irregula'r and prolonged throughmore Entry' No. 019406. for HWK'of 8\VH of stockholders the business of the of O.ceola County Florida, to the un-
    4.1 Section 20, Township 25S, Kanice 27K.Tallahassee .
    production of dairy products; the years .than might be necessary corporation shall lie conducted by the der.lirned executor of said estate
    Meridian, has filed noticeof
    Same Day Needed. fallowing 'officers: A. lloaen. President; wl.'nl.n two )','arll from the date hereof
    speaker said then followed with this under other circumstances. Some of intention to make Three-year I'roof II. Plummer. Vice President: and M. K: Pitted February 4th,. A. n. 118.
    striking comparison: the pupils are almost grown. Boys to establish claim to the land ...hovedp..rlb..d. Rosen Secretary and Treasurer: the 0. F AUSTIN. S.sst .

    "A two-year-old steer slaughteredfr who are more at home on a pony, before Clerk Circuit Courtat Hoard of Directors shall be: A. Jlosen, Executor.
    KlBslmmee Kla., on the 10th'day of ,
    I Plummer and M. K. Rosen
    OFFICE: Stall Bank Building food will produce on the averageof range riding than in a school room, May, 1918.Claimant. > Article '"I. ,'\IO'I'It''J 0' I -'
    KXKCUTOIt
    360 pounds of actual food that can must take advantage of a few weeksor names ns witnesses The highest amount of Indebtednessor 4 For lineS lHmrmmrp tIm

    _ _ _ _ _ be taken into the 'system. A two- months to improve their knowledge Peter H. O. hancock of LouKhman. Klorlda.. liability that the corporation shallat -
    J. haley, of LouKhman, Fiorida. one time subject Itself to shall (.0.rt of '.... ...
    ._ year-old heifer kept.for dairy purpos. of the "Three R's" as they can any teenSy . OereeU
    be Two Thousand Dollars.Article . (:0..'", '''.*. .f FiorI...
    v es usunlly commences to produce dairy: get the time. Paul OlU'sellnck of I.ouKliman, Flor II. S.

    products at that time and will on the After the closing 'of the! schools ida. The names." and postofrice Address of la re .:."te of Mule Moaeleyi
    The Dining Room of the average produce 500'' pounds of food last spring and before the opening II. W. White of KISHlmmee. \V. IAVIi., Klorlda.ItOHT. the subscribers together with the ; Notice I. hereby given to all whem
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    5- each for about ten amount of capital stock subscribed toby It may concern that on the list. day'of
    year last fall declared and 15-6t
    .
    years. was mat-
    war JleKIRt..r.NO'.IC..J each Is follows, July A. I).
    1 Manhattan Hotel as : S l9l5 I .hall apply to the
    ; : Miss Morse called attention to. the ters moved faster than ever. The A. Rosen, Klsulnimee, Fla., five honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge of said
    I' fact that $16,000,000 worth of dairy President's call for volunteers was VOlt .'.t.fll.U..IO'.r..C \' shares.' > "..urt. ". Ju
    .1 Is Now OpenMrs. products were shipped into the state heralded. There has not been a draftin I: I'lummer 1130 Mayo St., Tierkley, final discharge a. Executor of the
    l>r >.. of the In..rior. V. H. l.nmfOfTlee ..
    | Calif., Hve\ shares estate of I.l le Mb.eley, decea.ed. and
    .' R. b. Savage Owner and Mgr. annually. She spoke of the effect on Osceola county. Her quota of men sit islnrsvlllr, "'I"., "1.1'. lilt: M. .:. Jiosvri. KlHulmmce, FIn, five that at the .ame time I will pre.ent
    a the farmer and indirectly on the entire was more than filled by voluntary.en- 11)iS. "ha res. my final account a. Executor of aid

    S 5 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ community if that sum was kept listments., Some were over the draft Notice Is hereby given that Oscar II.Ilrltt A. HOKHM I (Heal) rotate, 011,1 ask for their. approval.
    at home. She spoke of the benefit I, 'and under (kt It semeed of J..oujhmlln. "' ., who. on April II. I'LUMMKIl, . 19 IS.
    which age many 2$. 1>1I>, made Homestead Entry No. M. K.: HOSKN) !:;! d-ial) KUOLEHTON WIL.BOURN
    ; 5 J. W. THOMPSON would come to Florida if a .sufficient strange to many that boys they had, 1113849 for HWVt of NW 4, 'H.Ttlun SI.Townnhlp State of Florida, 7-lnnmfim F.:"....u to...
    number of cows were kept to I known had aged one, two. and three 26H,' Hance 21. TnllalniBHioMerlillan County of OHcenln S '
    produce the amount necessary to (feed years in a single day's Tide from has tIed notice of Intention I hereby certify that before !me personally \()Tl'l'J. OK MXRCVTOIi:
    the people in the to intake Commutation Proof, to establish appeared A. Kosen. mul: M. 10floHeii II...r Sinai I>l.rkora..)
    Funeral DirectorAND !state on these pro- ,' home to the recruiting office. The claim to the land above drscrlhcd to me known to bo the persons f. ('ossr' of CosiBty ......... Oseeola S
    I. ducts. She celled attention to the car :boys, perhdps, did not know what the before Clerk Circuit Court, at KlHHlminee.'Kla. ,.10 named who oxvcuted the foregolnir fuusity, Stale of Florida

    service that was required to bring war was about but they were grandsons .,' on tho loth cream and butter into Florida at Claimant names as witnesses: nowledged: before me that they ex- In re R..ste of Jok.V.. KmKht
    a [ of who with
    the. marched
    men J. It. Collins. Notice Is hereby
    of LiouKhmnn, Floil.la.' ic-uteil the foregoing proponed charier given to all whom
    James Jackson of l.ouxlnnan l-'loi'- for the uses and purposes thert-ln! men It may concern that on the 1st day of
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    I tioned.Witness. S S August A. n. 191: I shalt apply to
    Ida.W.
    LICENSED EMBALMER ----o>> . . H--C-- )ox--Ho "'. Ilrltt of uuKhman; ", Florida ray hand. and ofllclal Heal ntKlHslmmee the Honorable T. M. Murphy.' Judge of
    t H. J. I'opney of J.ouKhmiin., Klorlda.ItUliT. . l Owi-ola County Florida, on'' .a'd I C..url. as Judge of Probate, for I
    X I! S W. IiAVJ.S. this thin SLit day of Mel. I ISIS. my final discharge Executor of the
    t 15-Bt HeKlmer.XOTICB MILTON r PL'KUUKK.: : estate of John W. Smith: deceased;
    t ; : Store and Chapel Stewart Av*. (N. I' Seal) Notary Public State' of nnd that at the same time I will pre
    t j OK AIM'I.ICATK)* FOIl TAX I Klorlda. My commlasluu expires sent my final accounts as Executor of
    4 +- .KU lrrm... Fla. DKKU: I Men. 9, 1921. .n'd estate, and ask for their approval.
    ,
    : Tax Notice : State of California Hated January 21. A. D. 1918.
    Notice I. hereby given that B. I.. BerKert County of Alatneda. THURSTON 8. SMITH.
    ,. and George W. Luke purchasersof I. an officer. duly authorised\ to take *-iamtm _Executor.
    Tax Certificate No. 17S dated the Sth acknowledgments, do hereby certify
    M. TILLER day of July. A. L>. 1915 have filed said that H. Plummer, to me known to hone I TOTI'F TO CREDITORSIn
    certificate In my office'and have made of the peisons who executed] the
    application for tax dorcl to Issue In foregoing propuscii charter,, acknowledged Court. of. the Co:;:ty ......... Oscoofa
    I Real} Estate Agency. I accordance with law. Bald certificate before me that he executed the ('anal,. Htato of Klorloa.

    .t ? 5 .. .. . .:, KISSIMMEE, FLA., Feb. 4, '1918 embraces property. situated the followIng In Osceola described County i, expressed.UltmBH same for .the uses and purposes, thereWi To I. re all K Creditors.....e of A.Legatees W. |Wines, Distributees 5-

    Realty bought and old. FlorIda, to.wit: I my hand and official seal and all Persons Having' Claims or
    < SB % of 8K!:% Section 10 In Township ''nt Iterkley In the County of. Alameda Demands against said Estate:
    .5 ,' ', Houses rented. 25 South Range 27 Kant. In the State of California on this the You. and each of you are hereby notined
    Notice is that the The said land being assessed and required to
    ' hereby given : at the : llth day of March ISIS.iJloltuK present any
    ,
    . Taxes paid and Titles verified date of Issuance. of said certificate In : W. NlCKK.nSO.V, JH.X. claims and demands which. you. 01'elth..r
    S lot non-residents. S the name of C. M. Candy. Unless said ( I'. Heal) Notary public In and of you may have against the
    ) | : certificate shall be redeemed according for the county of Altimeda. estate of A. W. 'Vlnn deceased late oC
    , .r | Fire, Life and Accident InS tax books of Osceola County to law, tax deed will Issue. thereon on Stale' of ('ali foriia. I M-St Osreola County, .Florida to the under.
    the 15th day of April A. I>. 1918. signed Executrix said estate within
    < > surance. J. U OVKHSTRKKT \O'l'I'J Of L MM'l.lrATIO.V lOll two years from the date hereof

    h \ \ Indemnity Bonds.Th4 for the collection of the 1917 (Seal) Clerk ceola Circuit County Court.Klorlda.os-, .rDIII: : : ) Dated February BERTHA llth. 111.r. vrttmi '5

    U-5t Hy s. II. Mullock I). C. Notice ,Is, hereby given that Alex 99(4, ExecutrixXOTICK . S
    ....0000000000000600...... Haynes. purchaser of Tax CertificatesNo. ..

    ,? ,5; taxes will close promptly on INOTICB OP APPLICATION FOIl i 1046 and- 104*. dated the 6th day OV EXECUTORS FOR'VI!WAI.*
    S I I4I TAX UEEI) of July. A. r. 1914. and Tax Certi UISCIIAROB. .. -
    'sOk .oo... .. .......o..o... cates 'No. 123 and 1237 dated the 5th : .
    Notice Is hereby given that R. D. day of July A. D. 1915 has lIed said I. County "ad..'. ,
    April first. All taxes not paid Malloy. purchaser of Tux Certificate certificates In my office: and hat made Court. OseeU (;...;0- .i
    No. S dated the 11th day of July, A. IJ. application for tax deed to tvaue' In accordance r. State ef 1"1.1"1" ,
    C. W. 1914. has filed said certificate In my with law. Said certificates '
    k GRIFFIN by that date will be Office and has made application for embrace the following described prop" I. "re Estate ef ;;;ant E. K_. ..*. "''
    *" subject to tax deed to Issue In accordance with erty situated In Osreola County, Florida ..rt..",. < .
    .' law. Said certificate embraces the fol. to-wlt: Lots Eleven (11) and Six. ....
    Staple and lowing described property situated -InOsceola teen'(18)( Block Fifty (50). Lot Four Notice la hereby given'to all ...ho....- .5'
    ( FancyGROCERIES all costs. County. Florida to-wlt: Lot teen (14) Block Fifty (50). Lot Nine It may concern that on the.14th of ,
    day
    / Four ((4) Section 1. Township Thirty- (9) Block Forty-nine (ct) and Lot Ten May A. D. 191S we will apply to th. "
    one (11)) South Range Thirty-four (84) (10) Block Forty-nine (49) of Marydla. lion. T. M. Murphy. Judge of said Court' ,
    East. The said land being assessed, at the as Judge of Probate, for'our anAl ,111.- "
    C. L. BANDY The said land being assessed at the date of Issuance of said certificate In charge as Executors of the estate of
    date of the Issuance of said certificateIn the name of S. O. Smith O. Anderson Margaret .B.'v Kochenderfer. demased:
    :. the name of J. T. Smith. Unless )f. J. Maswell and Oeorge Murphy. and that & same time we will pre t.4
    ; all said certificate ehall be redeemed according Unless said certificates shall be re sent our Anal accounts a. Executors et 't
    Free Delivery to Part Tax Collector of Osceola
    County to law tax deed will Issue deemed according to law. tax deed will said estate and ask for their approsi. .
    of the City thereon 0m the Itth day of April A. Issue thereon on> the 15th day of April, Lated: November 6th, A 13. 1517.
    CLARA M.
    D. UII. A* JD 1918 ItUTSOM
    I J. I* OVERSTREET. J. I* OVER8TREET, w. M. HUTSON.

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    TEll mE SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY MARCH 29. IllS ii

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    .. . 0. 000' ... OUOOtttoOO 0 0000 : ooo 0 0 000, fracture pillows, have been forwarded carried pink 'rose buds tied with pink that in spite, ( of the attempts of various WORKING ON ,'

    J and a box of bandages, compresses tulle.Earle people to ruin me,. I expect to be SEARS ,
    > etc. :''{ Hilton of Tampa attendee be able<. some day to pay every dollar
    I Society Notes $ These pillows have been made by' the) jrroom, .. 1 ,owe anybody and protect fully the
    L the little snippets, the W. C. T. lL, After, the ,ceremony an ice course depositing thelate First. National SHIPPING PROBLEM t
    [ ladies and others. The other work was served. Bank of St.Cloud."In .

    (Mi's. E. E. Wells, Editor..) I was done by ladies who cannot get to I Mr: and Mrs. McGregor left on, e .order to save time for the depositors -
    1918.
    March 23 w,
    'the Red Cross rooms' to work'but Who wedding .trip'to Jacksonville, St. Air and my creditors. I tried to 'Washington, ,
    J are anxious to do what they can at gustine and other east coast points settle out of court.. The''conspirators, Editor Valley Gazette, Kissimmee,

    Request b made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to send items ,, home. I They will. make their home in Macon however, 'forced me into the courts. Fla. q
    i All this work is sent direct from where Mr. McGregor is connected Now that are in court, we expectto Dear Sir: I have received many ;
    we
    *f Society Event To the Editor for publication in Lbe;"- colum | New York to the hospitals In France with the railroad. stay there, not only until creditorsand letters and telegrams from my district -
    : and we all know the need is great. but until < relative to the transportation ,
    (
    The wedding comes as"a consummation depositors are. paid,
    '' Any one desiring to. help in this de- of an attachment which had justice ia'done me." of, Florida products and while in the
    HOoHOo -O'
    0 0
    i partment can apply to Mrs. W. J. S. existed since childhood. W. B. Crawford, attorney for the state recently I made a personal in
    .. delightful/ program of musical numbers ("arr. Clyde avenue, and Mrs. G. W. Citizens Bank, when interviewed on vestigation.Conditions have certainly -
    RECEPTION AT HARTMEMORIAL. T and readings, giving the' guests i I I Best, Verona street.BIRTHDAY. + the subject said he, had no statementto been.
    1.i I '' hour out-of- repeatedly taken this matter
    an 'opportunity to two :| FOR MISS DONEGAN make. I have
    I. | town talented musicians who are vise . l up with the Assistant Director Gen
    The T uesday] evening reception to I I icing in the city. r PARTY, I I Mrs. T. M. Rivers and Mrs. L. R. SHOULD GIVE PUBLIC SALE eral of Railroads in person and also
    winter VIsitors was well attended notwithstanding I Mrs Kay! Brouffhten of Clear Water Farmer were hostesses Friday after- with the Director General of Railroads
    tie lateness of the S01. Mich., who is spending the winterI Miss Olivine Savage celebrated hei noon entertaining the members of the FOR THE RED'CROSSThe ., From the interviews I. have

    1Ion. Mrs. S. B. Aultman presided asa i I with her aunt, Mrs. U. H, Harper, eleventh birthday a few days since Pythian Sisters Kissimmee and a had with them,. I am satisfied relief
    the with a party at her 'home at the Manhattan Kissimmeo lied! Cross Is in
    hostess and announced rendered several vocal of FlorIda
    gracious numbers. Mrs the -
    '/ few friends at the home of the for- material will be given to growers
    hotel need of
    to
    numbers of the following! entertaining voice is beautiful entertaining .about thirty money purchase
    Uroughten'a
    in short time our crops
    i very and that a
    The event in honor of Miss
    was
    j 'of her friends. The mer. for the branches of the chapter. The
    whidh l.aJ been arrnng. young people ,
    and her audiencel in
    program / was urgent the I I Elizabeth Doncgan, the retiring'' Past< their will move as in the past.
    tine diversion of th! guebts! : I made merry with games and other Kissimmee. women have done
    for
    d for I
    which
    request/ encores; to she gen- You can rest assured I have done
    Reading "Consult Thy Wife," (b) erously responded. amusements and at the ,close of the, Grand Chief of lorida".nd. when the "bit" and will continue to do so. but ,to secure relief
    Helen Winn. 'I. afternoon refreshments of'ice' guests had assembled Mrs. H. M. it would give a wonderful impetus to everything possible (
    'Medications of, Johnny" Miss Vivian Briggs of Toronto, cream, for the and thIs' I shall con-
    Matiic Stanford. 1 wafers, fruits and punch' Breaker made' an appropriate talk the work of the local if the growers
    chapter
    Piano number, Canada of the winter residents \ were served.
    one tinue to do. In order that you may
    Reading ,"Ministers '(b) "October' here whose fine voice has been heard Little Olivine's invited guests were; and presented her with gifts from the men of the community would give it a know the matter is being given care.

    Party," Jane May. with .pleasure on several musical programs Eleanor Rosen, Patsy Makinson, Evelyn members. Miss Donegan h..I'no I warning more general'financial aid. ful attention, I am herein enclosing .....
    Elam Geraldine of the intended courtesy and :was At Denton Indiana the men have ..--
    Piano number, Geraldine Lesley : sang a number of selectionsand Lesley, Nellie'oodall of letter just received from ,
    Said'b Frank Woodafl I surprised and 'pleased with these expressions : rallied the of this 'cause copy
    Rending "What the Wind : : responded to the encores with Irene Franklin to support lion. Wm. G, McAdoo, Director General -
    I ( ) ."A Mortifying. Mistake, ," Annie' quaint aongs. Clyde Harris, Dickey Makinson, of appreciation of her fellow -: and arranged to carry out the ,clever of Railroads. ..
    Carroll Makinson Eva lodge'membors. The shower was idea of public sale of all kinds of
    Story. Mrs. Bullock played a violin solo, Tucker, Katherine kind regards I
    With ,
    Led Has Gone to the I McKay Donald miscellaneous and included all sorts surplus articles. This might be am.
    Reading "The accompanied by Miss Zaida Lee at McKay, Jack- plan Very truly yours,
    I Colors," .(b) "Columbusf1, Thelma the piano. This number was popular onetta Aultman, Clara Tucker, Virginia of dainty gifts. adopted here with gratifying results. W.J,. SEARS, M.; C.
    Woodall, with Miss Adoh C.' Wagnerat with the guests as was also the "'se- Lesley, Lelia McCranie, J. J. The program arranged for the afternoon By request of the :J Red Cross workers .

    the pit no.Reading . '.1 lections:by the orchestra, which alter, McCfanie, Jr.,. Eleanor Overstreet;: included musical numbers of Kissimmee we publish'.the following J Director General of Railroads, InterState -
    I "Absence Makes the Heart .nated with the readings-; and a brilliant Johnnie Bronson, Lewis O'Bryan, Ar by' Misses> Lucy Buckles, Madgo and from the Benton Review, outlining . Commerce .Building, Washing..
    Grow Fonder," Dot Maklnson.PianJ : piano solo by 'Miss Lee thur Bullock, Dorothy White, Etta- I Eunice Rivers, Ella Mae Gilbert, Gus. the plant"Saturday : March 21 1918.
    number Miss Ruby Ellis. Miss Margaret Stanford, one of may $uhl, Elizabeth Moore, Lillian sie Winn and readings by Christine : will be the biggest day My ton.Dear Congressman, : .
    Reading, "Molly," (b) "Yesterday"Alva Kls! Fortnor. readers gave an ;impressive reading I '. 'At the conclusion of the afternoon The local Red Cross chapter has been and your visit in connection
    Pantomime, "Abide wit), Me," Hnrrict quite in harmony with the eveningand -:'- !kS. t sandwiches and tea. 'w.ere'lerved.! | running short of funds\ and appealed with your the. movement personal of Florida fruits
    .
    ST A Kit IK I .
    )
    Seymoro, sung' by Miss CorneliaLancaster Jittle Miss Carroll Makinson HOSTESS. i to the business men of the town to and ,
    vegetables
    Gussio Wit at the I I +------- --"--- "" SUES help them and from this there / "
    )Miss
    r charmed her hearers with a recitation. BANKERS out. .1 assure that the Railroad Administration
    piano, (b) 'The Fair of Coleraine." Mrs. Roy Starbird was hostess' at 1 FINANCING COMPANY' grew the proposition to make one you will make every effort 1

    i .. -Voice-! i'l Hoar' :You Callingrhle, 'j Two nail-tots Joy-Makinson-And her attractive home "on West street Grand _Slam at the Kaiser and raise ,
    this service
    _:,,"Miss BriggsV.! .,' '- .. .*Ir.t ..s. _'I...,:...\ J.; << J ,, Tuesday Z:'NrTafkei'-of: "aferr'iiioni11: honor"of'JMrsJ\ I 1 '- (Continued frqm Page One) enoughmony at one time to keep" to put; \the freight! schedules on a satisfactoryha are being
    Aicullu'who"s'vislt "
    Reading "Tho Sioux Chief's !laughter / ffiun children collected the silver offering ; to Bankers the ladies busy for some time'to come
    l
    executed by with committees
    I Mrs. W. A. D. 1916, you revised and a meeting -
    p ," (b) "Farewell," Miss Gertrude which will be forwarded l to, the ing two tables M. Coble. There were: ,I Financing Company, and the pow- making the bandages! for the woundedand I representing the Florida shippers
    ';l\IeKay. ,commission. 'of bridge, Mrs. Clarence authorities therein conferred, sick l jn France, and doir i is held the director'
    "The '(b) "Spring ,Brown receiving highest/ score for thei I'ers and the other being by Regional
    Piano Lark
    i. I Refreshments of fruit punch- and afternoon and the notes or (and) renewals many necessary things that' at Atlanta today to work out the de
    and
    'Song," (Grieg/ ) Miss Zaida Lee. wafers were served, during an inter salt was presented with"h'd thereof given hereunder, for the total the world is nqw. relying,Upon them ; tails. t
    Reading, "The Wreck, of the Schiller. mission of the and informal inty cellar. The honoree was 'j to do.
    program under said pledge airrconrent I appreciate deep intreest in
    indebtedness
    ," Mrs. Skinner. I (conversation rounded out this pleas- room given where a beautiful-the table cover. The 'I' due and t-> become due, matured "The plan adopted to make thi I this matter an J'our will continue to
    Song, "When I Think of Old ant social event. guests assembled wasartlstl'ally advances clean-up"has been to have a big sale
    I unmatured. and foraU give the !subject active attention.
    and our
    Miss Driggs. decorated, with cut flow all of horses, cattle, hogs, 'poultry farming *
    W.I, for insurance premiums ,for Faithfully yours,
    Mrs. W. B. Makinson and Mrs. ers. Mrs. Starbird served a 1 implements and all'
    delicious I and of s31e' and f reasonable kinds of sur- Will G. M'ADOO.
    costs (Signed
    fLUXCHEON expense ; )
    .
    cream course with coffee' I
    J. Fripp will be hostesses at the next FOR SENIOR feo for services in plus articles that people were willing:
    attorney's Honorable W. J. Sears
    which closes these events BOYS I the punch being served during the af- j to give in of ,
    reception connection with sate! and for all indebtedness place money. Five auc- House of Representatives. ,
    I
    ternoon. 'Y
    !or the season. + Among: the guests present covered by the pledge tioneers have been secured who have
    The boys of the Senior Class of the were Mrs. Clarence Brown, Miss Al- evidenced by notes donated their services to the cause --
    i Osceola High School of ma DeLaney; Mrs. Seth Woodruff I agreement, now < and it will be SEND BOOKS TO OUR BOYS
    T were guests j sad) agreement one busy day in this
    I MRS. CLARK RETURNS AFTER f ,I the girls of that'class, who are all Mrs. Ethel Hoffman -Mrs. Z. N. Par I described revised in schedules pledge: "A," "B" town which no friend of the Red AT CAMPS. AND OVER THEREThe
    EXTENDED TRIP I IMrs. members of the Domestic Science department ker of Arcadia, Mrs. Claude Harperof and the total -principal of said Cross should omit attendinflg, while a
    I of the school and their Kissimmee, Miss Mildred "Turville and 'C" the the great fc; majority of the articles librarian of the Hart Memorial
    that un- givento
    !
    M. A. Clark has returned from teacher, Miss Ollie Henderson, at a of Kissimmee, Miss Marian Braljf\ notes being $72,161.3,and authorizedby the society :in other cases a certain library has received a call for books

    ,>0, a month's.trip to Texas and Colorado I.luncheon Tuesday noon, prepared and I Miss Marian Jones and Mrs. W. M. dersigned. as provided agreement, and seder price has been fixed and all above this and publication! for "tho camps and
    on visit to relatives. At San Antonio Coble. Sentinel.r said pledge boys "over there.
    a Morning our
    served in the used to
    i bungalow by that will goes Red Cross fund
    Florida,
    Texas, ahe was the guest of her department.The I the laws of ,tho state( of Fonda, With the gets made outri...ht along As Books 'printed in good type and in

    son, First Lieutenant Holland Clark, I. girls divided' the duties of cook, I at public sale at Kissimmee of Citizens, Bankof there Are 17 d--of good: ;; .. horses: good condition are needed. Books
    house
    who is in the aviation deportment at waitress and .hostess the ST. JOHN'S GUILD f at banking de- leading off with most acceptable are novels! tales of
    among members sell the following a half sister of William
    *
    '
    i Kissimmce,
    Camp Travis. As the mother of adventure detective stories and standard
    of the class and well + -
    8e did each said 14 head of
    i secured by cattle, thirteen headof
    Lieu Clark Mrs. Clark was Yak- The St. John's Guild will scribed collateral fiction books civil
    n up-to-date
    do her part that no cuisine could have meet at hogs, besides 100 ; on ,
    on a tour of inspection of the camp, finished result. In I the home of Mrs. W. J. S. Carr next pledge agreement: bushels of seed\ : mechanical, and electrical engineering -
    produced a more ((129)) corn, seed
    twenty-nine potatoes, and all the
    where 60,000 soldiers are located. ( Tuesday afternoon April 2 One hundred and rest the trades business the
    F ( keeping with the requests of the Food at three Bankof of the articles too professions
    of the Citizens numerous to
    o'clock. shares of stock men-
    Airs. Clark extended her
    trip as farM and
    1 agriculture; recent text
    Administration fish substituted
    Trinidad, Col. to visit her mother, I j I was All the ladies of the church are cor- Kisoimiree, Florid, represented by tion. No private' farm sale in this books on military subjects, mathematics -
    for'meat and
    Jits. Roberts, who returned to KIs- I victory biscuit- were dially invited to be present.MOTHERS'TEACHERS' certificates No. 12 for: \5 shared; cer- part| of the county will equal that to the sciences and foreign languages
    simmee with iier. Mrs. Clark served. tificate No 32 for 2nhares; certificateNo. be held Saturday. The Red Cross is
    andMrs. books of travel
    biography ;-
    The table was decorated with Mare- No 73 ; history
    certifi'U expected to realize several
    Roberts 33 for 2 shares; thousand
    visited relatives
    at Denver chal Neil and ferns in poetry and the present war,
    roses harmonywith 10 dollars
    No. 7.for out of the
    ,
    Colo. and few hours t for 10 shares; certificate proceeds( dictionaries
    spent a with the color scheme of yellow and CLUB r No. 75; for 10 and new encyclopedias,
    ;
    the former' daughter, Miss Para, at which followed shares; certificate Interesting' books In foreign lan
    10
    was
    green throughoutthe
    t Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga., while luncheon. A reception for teachers will.\ be shares; certificate No.76 for PARKER, AND STOUT MOVE guages.
    : 1 share
    en route for homo. During Mrs. I The menu: held at the Hart Memorial 'by the Certificate; certificate No. 77 for..hares cer-; SAWMILL TO BUCHANNANMessrs. Any one having such publi ations
    Clark's visit at Trinidad a family re- Fruit Cocktail Mothers'-Teachers' Club. The pro No. 82 for 10 certificate ; Parker &: Stout have mov- should send them to.tho Hart Memo.
    union was held, spoken of in The Evening Salmon Loaf gram :will be given by teachers. Nof-for for 10( shares certificateNo. ; : ed their sawmill to Buchanan on the rial library. When a sufficient ",Im-,

    Picketwire as follows:. English Peas-Mashed Potatoes I A regular] meeting of the club will 10 shares; ,No. 93f0ThirtM80) Fort Myers branch elf the A. C. L., ber is collected the librarian jrill -b-
    "Mrs. G. O. Roberts of this is 1 be held at Mrs. 90 for shares; certificate
    city Stuffed Peppers S. L. Lupfer's home where they have secured a tract of tify the proper authorities at Jack
    enjoying: a reunion of her childrenand Hot Rolls and Butter I Friday, April.5. share of stock of the 1280 acres of fine timber. sonville. .

    4 With ler.are d herddaugghter, week.Mrs. Split Banana, 'Iced Salad Tea .' Saltines. .... State Bank( of Eau Gallie, Fla..for, represented 10 ings They with are'which now to constructing house their build-help Poultry raisers of, Osceola countyare

    i Mary Clark of Florida and three sons, Pineapple Sherbet ;Vanilla Wafers .t M'GREGOR.HILTONA : by three certificates. '. and expect to have everything in being urged .by'theState Poultry
    Emmett Roberts wife and' two '.. shares each. stockof readiness for business In a short time, Agent to preserve eggs' until' higher
    of ,
    : \
    sy; ,
    daughters of Sao Paulo, Brazil], Mr. i. \ NSiI .{;A. wedding which will\ be of 'interest Five Vw dred( ((500)' ) shares ""of )Ir.. Parker will move his family., prices prevattTh re,are,now some ,
    and Mrs. Hardy Roberts and two sons T I IMPORTANT MEETING' KIST to'many people here was performed' the Graystone' Hotel)Company bycertificate that place, but Mr; Stout expects to twenty-five poultrymen who are mem-

    t of Trinchera end Coke Roberts of j 11 SIMMEE WOMAN'S CLUB _[ at Loughman Sunday night, when I Kissimmee, Florid, represented retain his residence here and will go bers of the Osceola .county club, which '

    Hayden, Colorado. Another grand- Miss Lulu V. Hilton, sister of C. E. No. 10.(50b) shares of stockof back'and forth. They have enough Is working for the betterment of the
    daughter./ Mrs. Howard Millan, for- The Kissimmee Woman's Club will Milton: of this city, became the bride Five hundred ( Cattle) timber at Buchannan to last them poultry business in that section.
    merly Miss Lollie Roberts, is expect: hold an important meeting next Tues I.of D. E. McGregor of Macon, Ga. the Kissimmee Compandybf about a rear Sanford Herald. .
    ed to arrive Saturday from her home, day afternoon at the Hart Memorial, The Hilton home was ] Kissimmee Florida,
    lavishly dec Nd. 17 for 100 shares; cer- I ,
    in Greeley Colorado. certlfic"te.
    Mrs. W. B. Makinson, first vice- orated with flowers and '
    I palms ferns
    tificata 18 for 100: shares; certificate
    NO.
    president, will be in charge of the using red 'lilies massed with +
    greenery. certificate
    No. 19 for 100 shares
    -+ Mrs. ''J. W. Evans has ;
    meeting.
    'l I T BENEFIT RECEPTION arranged The altar where the ceremony was No: 20 for '100 hares;; certificate No.

    GRAYSTONE 1 program an to Interesting disseminate and a instructive more gen- I ;]lilies.performed was I banked with white 21 for 100 insurance shares. No. 295701of s.p1Y BILL ,
    Life policies
    oral! knowledge of the 'work of the j
    The Kissimmee Woman's Little Rosalie and Richard Hilton
    Club gave American Defense the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance
    m a benefit at the Society. ,,children of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hilton
    reception Dollars
    Graystone Company for Ten Thousand
    hotel Friday night, the proceeds togo on Dr.the W.subject B. Witherspoon and patriotic will music speak )' were dainty ribbon bearers and marked ($10,000.00)) and No. 4588610'of the WHY DO THE PEOPLE flOCK

    i to the "War Victory Commission" will round the aisle for the bridal party. New 'York Lifo Insurance Company
    out
    the
    -which is being carried on under the Everyone is invited program to attend: this Previous to the ceremony Miss \*. for Ten Thousand Dollars ($10.000)) TO THE CUT PRICE GROCERY? JUST TO SAVE MONEY AND

    auspices of the General Federation of meeting. nes Stradley of. Grand Rapids, 'sang of the life of A. E. Donegan and assigned BUY WAR STAMPS. THAT IS
    / WELL JUST WHAT I
    Women's Clubs. The fund raised by "Until" and Miss Zaida Lee rendered by the said A. E. Donegan in

    this'drive will be expended under.the Mendelsohn's] wedding march as* the due form and manner prescribed and AM GOING TO DO. AButter
    'supervision of the government. SNIPPERS URGED TO MAKE party approached the alt.luThe required by the insurance companies -
    The entertainment committee, Including MORE PILLOWSMrs. The bride was beautiful in white satin issuing said policies. "'f
    ] Mrs. H. Wiohtendahl, Mrs. L. with an over dress of net. She worea One hundred (100)) shares of atockof Saturday only ??-_.. .50 Beef, Pork and Veal Loaf, can .15
    H. Ingram, Mr*. D. W. Alderman W. J. S. Carr has received tulle veil with orange blossoms and the United Land and Investment Graham Flour, 6 lt>. sack ?__? .44 Corn Beef Hash, can .13
    I Mrs.. A. W. Bailey. Mrs M. Katz anJ acknowledgment'of the receipt of am- carried a shower bouquet of bride' Company of Kissimmee, Florida. Flolida Cane Syrup, gal. ____ 1.00 Vienna Sausage, can_ .10
    1J\{ 'I. W. .Makinson was in chargeof bulance comfort pillows sent to the roses. She was accompanied by her I And also all the right, title and interest Self-rising Flour, lb. _______ .7% Cream of Wheat, pkg. .24
    the'eovening and received the National Surgical ,Dressing) Committee father. of said A.JE. Donegan in and to Granulated Sugar, Ib. _____- .10 Western Pork Chaps (every

    Ill 1 1 gueota with Mrs. James M. Willson, at New York with an urgent re The bridesmaid, Miss Beatrice, sister any and all other shares, of stock Lord Calvert Coffee ________ .34 Friday and Saturday _____ .35
    !president of the club. quest for anything else that can be of the bride, wore a handsome pledged under said pledge agreement, Vesper, a good coffee ___.._ .30 Whole: Hams, Armour's Star .35
    -)fnJ. S. H. Bullock tad arranged a sent Another batch of pillows, also I 11 j gray taffeta with touches of pink andWHAT'S not specifically set forth above., and Arbuckle' Coffee -.__,;_..__. .24 Sliced Ham, )Ib._'\..... .40 St

    t not now in the actual possession of Yale Coffee ________________ .39 Toliet Paper 6c, six for ____ .25 y
    the"Bankers Financing'Company, being White Bacon, best Ib.___-___ .34 Bight Karo Syrup, as long as
    held by other parties under other 3 Ibs. .________._________ 1.00 )it lasts, No. 1% cans .16
    pledges or liens; the said salo will be Breakfast Bacon, Ib. ...._____ .45 No. 2 Cans __ .20
    held at said place aforesaid on the Smoked ,Bacon ____________ .35 No. 5 cans ..___ .50

    'oMaroh__ -A. D. 1918, at Potatoes, peck _____________ .45 No. 10 cans _______ _____ .95
    12 o'clock, noon, and from hour to Coarse-Grits, 5 11>8. __:_____ .30 Alaga Syrup, "No. 2 cans ____ .20
    h '" hour, and day to day, If adjournmentsare .Fin Grits, 5 Ibs __________ .30 No. 6 cans _._ .55
    ': necessary, until all said collateralis Meal], bolted 5 ]Ibs. ___:___,. .30 No. 10 cans __ 1.10 ye

    THERE? sold; the said stock and collateralwill Meal, Waterground, 6 ]Ibs. __ .30 Small Crisco ______________? .45
    be sold first r a .whole and thereafter Lima Beans 18c. 2 I Ibs. _.__ .35 Medium large _,_____________ .90
    the different kinds of stock will Navy Beans 18c, 2 I ]Ibs. ..??? .35 No. 10 ______.:_________ 1.85
    be sold separately, and the total bids No. 1 can Tomatoes, 3 for__ .25 Van Camp Milk, small .07 1
    j if greater than the lump bid for all; Kellog's Toasted Corn( Flakes .11 3 cans .20

    will be accepted, if not equal to the Post Toasties ______________ .11 Pet Cream, same .20 ''
    lump bid for all or lower, then ihe Kellog's Krumbles ..:_______. .10 Carnation Same .20 1
    d, Whata there more important in selecting a place to maintain separate bids will be rejected and the Shredded Wheat Biacuit _.__ .13 B rden's same ._ .20 4,

    banking connection than the factors of lump bd for all will be accepted; the Sweet Feed, 100 Ibs. ________ 2.75 Argo Salmon, best, can II__ .28 r
    your good service, complete said sale will be for cash, payable at Oats, 100 ]Ibs ______________ 3.70 Pink Salmon -______ ______ .18

    facilities, unlimited resource, and friendly counsel of experienced i the time of acceptance of bid, satisfactory Alfalfa Meal ______________ 2.70 : 24 Ibs. Pillsbury Flour ____ 1.60 .
    to the undersigned.The Velvet Bean Meal __________ 2.50 Per Ib. _="___ .07 .tr1
    a banking officials) proceeds of the sale] will! be applied Little Joe Scratch Feed ..___ 4.50 Smoking Tobacco-

    r' i as specified in the said pledge Kerosene Oil tal. __________ .15 Prince Albert --______. M4 i
    Ten notice of such Thread __.___________ .05 Velvet
    agreement days spool ; ------______________ .11
    If you will ask any of our depositors, they'will tell, you you should sale is hereby piren. Any information Brooms, Palmetto] ;( _______--- .50 Tuxedo ------______________ .10

    : t open an account here-because our service I leavea 'nothing to be de- desired as to said indebtedness, notesor Mothers Oats ______________ .12 U. S. ________':.__ .05 4
    l' i.t 2 collateral, which the undersignedcan Best Creamery Butter ___ .55 Sensation ----.___________ .05 '
    a 9 3 ured. furnish, will be given at its officein Wizard Wash Soap, 8 ban _* .25 Stag ________ -
    ; ____
    ,itL ..aJ',..:;............. .05
    t 4 the City oft Jacksonville, Florida. Fancy Peaches ___._...--J..17 Timothy Hay .100___________ 2.45
    No more of the property pledged] will Potted Meat, can .......___ .05 Sweet Potatoes, lb. __.._____ .04
    . be sold than is sufficient to pay the -- --- -
    debt secured the
    by pledge
    "i : ment.: agree. Everybody cordially. invited You will be treated right 'i
    't' CITIZENS' BANK : BANKERS FINANCING COM- -
    .
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    ,
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    GroceryV
    OF KISSIM 1IE13 ... J. .E.. Anthony,'Jr. V.'P.
    ., '
    . 0- Arthur Donegan, when a.kedv to
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    '. .' I _" . make a statement for tho paper said: 422 BROADWAY. ,3
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