Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: April 5, 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: VID00849
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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POTATO GROWERS WORRIED THIRD LIBERTY LOAN, BONDS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS IN




OVER' 'LABOR PROBLEM MAY ON SALE TOMORROW. A UNUSUALLY BUSY SESSION ,



The careful and comprehensive plans outlined, for the Third

DIG CROP WITH CONVICTS Liberty Loan campaign fore-promise its Vuccest. "knowledge acquired HANDLE MANY MATTERSThe

in previous campaign, is to be utilized. The organization

jQ, developed by experiment into a known successful: system is on its toes


At a largely attended 0 meeting-; on -to eliminate inconveniences. now usual. for the Tomorrow'is new race. the.opening day of the'subscription. It is the anniversary unusually' county busy commissioner session last?(held an presented a receipt which. was sign' i,
Monday. ed by member of the board
lasted almost in that work. every I
. that
.' J Wednesday.until midnight evening the potato I. "((2)) Tot systematize crop harvesting of our declaration. war on Germany The other day, a little Earl Lupfer and A. S. Nelson rep and announced that as soon as he received ,
in Kissimmee'. "vicinity completed growers -' and to co-ordinate thelabor girl anounced to the' writer that her birthday was the six th of Apnl resenting: the Potato Growers Association the bond he would pay the I

the organization of the Klssimmea power therefor, so' that this work "George Washington was elected President on that day," she said, appeared and asked that partof money over. As the bond is at present -
which had been I shall be expeditiously: and. timely the convicts now working: for the in the comptroller's office in
+ Potato Association "and the North Pole was discovered on my birthday. But she left out county be used in working: and gathering .
mall is
in of formation throughout done and at a minimum of expense. Washington some delay anticipated .,
process the most historic event of which the day, is the anniversary. Long the large potato now in the '
the month just elapsed.! By-laws were "((3)) To be the.meiium thru which crop before the county receive
adopted the roster',of officers Was the crops of its members shall be after Robert, E. Peary and Dr. ,Cook have joined the great majorityin ground. Mr. Lupfer 'said that approximately the money. ',
I'ti .
relative to obtaining !harvesting labor- "(4)) To serve as the buying agent Presidency shall have faded into the general'texture of the mantle of certain amount that of it labor would to require harvestand a Shaker colony, requested'some protection -
for its mmbe in obtaining cr\p- along the route of the new
Reed Cur
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fei and to their ,
wages.
?, organizer for the Florida Citrus producing and crop-jmarUetingr supplies greatness folded'abOut the shoulders of George,Washington, the memory ship the crop. Mr. Nelson stated road which,.runs through the Shaker
ry Exchange again addressed the grow. or pccessories., of the day when the United,States took personally upon itself the that it should be done as a win-the- lands. He wanted either gates or the <,

ere, and the association adopted a resolution '"((5)) To establish and maintain responsibility for the future of Democracy and the destruction of war patriotic measure and one that roads ,to be fenced. Commissioner
its regulations for standardizing grading I was absolutely necessary for the welfare Guy' suggested cattle guards which i
recommending that mem- Prussianism will remain sharply fixed in the mind'of the Future.To of the county. The board agreedto
bers market their potatoes throughthe packing celling end shippUg would keep the cattle out and allowan
orange marketing' organization.The Irish potatoes' produced by its mem commemorate the day and initiate the spring buy-a-bond sea- consider the matter. auto to go around. Attorney
officers of the association are: bers. son, it is proposed that special steps be taken. At the hour and minute Pat Johnston' appeared and asked Pledger stated that gates could be

President, S. B. Aultman; vice-presi "((6)) TO advise and arrange in the that, one year ago the President signed the declaration of war, all for place$100, as to ho build had a th41 vat at theParker. the placed across the road but if anyone'
cement ) "
and rental I planting on objected the gates would have to b
1 dent Dr. W. W. Carson; secretary purchaser use 0'1 "' *
traffic is and individual is mentally orally to make and the
treasurer cultivating s.nd' harvesting' too's so to slop every or ground vat could be quickly removed* board declined to build ,
Alex. Remington-Smith u
; minlmul.f nd' resolution asJ follows: =. 'built... 'The _bo&rd:.refekred"him .to, ; fence-along the'road" the of"* e
d .. Roma 'Thomas.; The association ,for that a expenditure: n : .. ''. ? \I f the','committee. appointed to.ohan le oft score 'i
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mally announced' its proposed activities minimum number of eniplemenh'willserve : expense.J.
as follows: : a maximum number of this or WITH THE GRACE OF GOD I HEREBY RESOLVE THAT :this matter. S. Cadel, representing' the Clifton .
I Pat Johnston also stated that he
Purposes of, Organization ganlzation's'r.tembers. DURING EACH DAY I WILL DO SOMETHING tO HELP WIN THIS I understood that although the Lumber Companyasked thboard's
"As owning producers of Irish potatoes "(7)) To assist its members in any I comptroller I permission for the right-of-
in the vicinity of Kissimmce other manner that may be feasible for WAR." .had insisted that the tax booksbe way for the proposed railway to be
Florida, we. the persons who formulate and eqult: ble to all concerned. closed on April 1st, a letter had built-by) the company from 'a point ;
and sign these by-laws as charter "The stronger this organization becomes A good. resolution that. Reverently and sincerely made by 100. been received from him by the clerk near St. Cloud to the eastern. border
allowing the tax collector
the members it requires, to make of Lake Tohopekaliga\ or the southern :
members of the organization hereinafter r.ior-j
000,000 citizens of these United States, it would itself, within three his report not later than the first
named, are convinced: the moro readily it trill\\ be able to accomplish s, boundary of 152730. lie stated
"(a) That Kissimmee's vicinity f..1 i thc-Jo" laudable objects. months,. bring peace to this planet and kismet to the Kaiser. Monday In July, He requested the that it is the Intention to
peculiarly adapted to production of "Therefore we invite every Irish And in the evening there is to be a campfire meeting in every board to communicate with the tax build a mill and employ' 100 to 150menand
this vegetable and is one of the best potato prodi ccr vho now is or w'io school district with the lighting of all fires at a preconcerted hour, collector and ask him to hold the ad.vertlsingf that the right of way was
in of the delinquent! list for needed to out their '
become engaged Mr.
of hte most hereafter mi v .cary plans.
and will become one extensive ) -
Irish potato sections in Florida this industry and whose shipping music, oration and the reading of the names of those in service' and a' five weeks prior to July 1st. C. L'i Cadell stated that he would drawl upa

; point is at or near Klssimmee, er. Liberty Loan appeal. Bandy was asked to appear and stat form of resolution and submit it
"(b) That organized cooperationand who is eligible und I' this organi.i-. So with the good work instituted by propaganda and reports ed that the in'order to make his reportat to Attorney Milton ledger. In the
essential tion's by-lavs to associate himself) time specified the tax list resolution the opunty.would give permission ,'
to
success buttons'to
system are as Liberty Loan subscribers, records of advancing and
county would) have to be
'a in potato production and marketingas or herself with us in memb -rsl..p in printed about the to use the right of way insofar
city subscriptions, enthusiastic talks by Four-Minute Men and by middle of the month.C. .
in any other industry or business; the Kissimmeo Potato Association. present as it had the right to do so.
"(c) That he best serves himself Fix Harvesting! Wages. manyother means the great'end will bepushed-and; that end is not E. Carlson asked for an extension C. S. Acre reported that a site for hl
1 who aids others-or that it Is far, The meetingalmost unanimously merely the subscription but the over-subscription of this Third Liberty of twenty days on the date of a dipping vat had been secured in his'
more profitable financially and,otherwise decided that its members should pay Loan. the bond of the Peninsular Engineer. section of the county from Mr\ Strom r.
for' any farmer to co-operate maximum wages per day for harvesting ing & Contracting Co. of Tampa, in who had consented to lease ten acre ',
with his fellows than to continue In potatoes as follows: men diggers, connection with the St. Cloud-Mel to the county for nothing. This\. vat t
the individual isolation which mostly $2; women diggers $1.50; women bourne highway which was granted. would be at Laniers place Anothervat
- - - -- -- Mr. Davis representing the ,Hart; would be constructed
has produced the chaos and uncertainty pickers $1.26; boy and girl pickers at Roll
and losses heretofore and now $1. General opinion was thot conditions ford Accident & Indemnity Companyof Overstreet's farm
experienced in agricultural industries! in this section make these sums Big Cattle DealA To Close at SixWe Hartford Conn., was introduced to Tax Assessor W. I. Barber put ina
"And therefore we form and unite fair wages for this work-with negro the board by the clerk. He stated strong plea for an adding machinefor
In membership In, an organizationwhich labor particularly in mind. that he was present to pay over'to his ,office. .He said that 'there i
shall be known as the Kissirn- .Convict. to Dig rotators. large cattle deal was consummated the undersigned business men the county $7,449.84 which amount was only one adding machine for all
mee Potato Association the purposes A committee reported that virtual in Kissimmee this week when of Kissimmce, Florida hereby agree represented the county's money which the county offices and that his 'office
i of which organization are and assurance had been obtained from a Lee & Elam disposed of their entire to close our respective places of business was on deposit in the St.-Cloud National did more adding than any of the r
+ shall be to serve its members in the majority of the Osceola county commissioners stock of cattle fences and other' improvements at 6 p. m. except on Monday and Bank at the time of its failure. others and that just at this,season of
capacities and activities: that.a crew, of 20 or more and lease on pasture Saturday evenings. This agreementto He read a long resolution which he n'
following((1)) systematize and expedite lands, the purchaser being Mr. Augustus become effective on and after April requested the board to (adopt and also ,(Continued m pag>> *-4} w, :
crop planting to reduce its cost, and (Continued on Page 4)) Noyes of Western Texas. 9th 1918 and beginning May 2nd, .
The cattle are estimated nt about 1918 we agree to close our places 01
------------------------------------ head And the consideration
--------------- - - - 3,500 business each Thursday at 12 noon.
while not given for publication, is reputed and continue observing this agreement DESPERADOS, BREAK JAIL AT

) OSCEOLA STANDS, FIFTH IN $100,000.to ihave 'been well up towards until R. S. Oct.FLOYD: 1st, 1918.

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Mr. Noyes is a large, ranch owner CITY MARKET )
i irk Texas, and for the present will continue WATERS .& CARSON GRO. ,
: his residence in that state, CO. ORLANDO.ARECAUGHT
ACREAGE OF while H. A. Stevens also a Texas '. G. M. TAYLOR , '

IRISH-POTATOES cattle man, will have charge of his O. P. LUTZ iA.J'j' ',. I'I" ' .....,..1 0o '
InterestsjMre.\. :' I"" C"W, GRIFFIN., . ".m..ti: ;, .
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\ \ -" -:' .;. .,. ..> .... ..,' } : ",.. ; .'.(!.""" 4j,. .,'Ij';'. (r."" "_ 1111'1'' ,";, S'me excitement was felt InTCissim'- were back in the Orlando jail.

Washington, D. C.->"-The acreage ,Volusia ....,.. uU 560 206 DRAFT FOR. FIRST FEDERAL CITY ELECTION PRACTICALLY. mee Monday morning: when it became They were all youngmen' perhaps
planted to early' Irish potatoes In Walton ___:,.- -uu 120 60 FARM LOAN RECEIVED UNANIMOUS-NO EXCITEMENTThe known that Sheriff Ingram and Mar twenty-two years ,old and the authorities
Florida this year is estimated to be shal Overstreet had combined forcesIn are convinced they are traveling

32,732 acres as compared with 19,344 Total Uh u____ 32,730 19,344 The Kissimmee Farm Loan Association city election held here Saturday a two-night vigil which had resulted hot known under tiers aliases what, although it is
Q' acres in 1917, an increase of 13,386 The assistant truck crop specialistof has received this week a draft passed off without excitement in the capture of three desperate giving. started name from they are.
They Jacksonville
4 acres: or about 69 per cent. the bureau of the State of Florida for the first Federal loan granted and resulted in practically tho unanimous characters, jail breakers from Or with a negro who was) driving
,' Detailed estimates by counties /olt ; comments as follows on the potato this association and expects fourteen election of all officers named' at (lando. his own car en route forSt. Augus
low: I situation in that state: more to be at hand within a few days. the White Man's Primary !uom weeks The officers were notified of the escape tine.
"Planting began about January 10, This draft was made to Carl M, An unusually small vote
1917 ago. was. Saturday afternoon of three men It is said the took
County 1918 : men possessionof
but late delivery of seed greatly Schmidt for the amount of $375
prolonged on a cast-only 77 all told. who under'arrest
were of
on a.charge both the and his at San-
negro car
Acres Acres the planting season which was couple of acres of land on his farm R. D, Guicc, clerk and Messrs. J. carrying concealed and for
ford'and
i Alachua ____ ____ .__ 210' 80! :. not completed in the Hastings section just west of Kissimmee for the pur- McPatter H. E. Swat>cy and A. D. stealing; an automobile weapons but nothingwas At Orlando attempted two of ,them to sell left the"car.the
Bradford ___ 637 325 until the close of while in of tilling it. Gilbert inspectors party
1'--- February, pose were officers of seen of them here till Sunday on an' errand and the told
Brevard ____ ._.. -. 613 336 other sections of the State potatoeswere ) Twenty loans to the Kissimmee Association election and tabulated the followingvote night. Late that evening three men the third man who was left negro to watch
Broward __?__. ____ 223" 180) still being planted as late as amounting to $60,600 have : went into a negro restaurant in North him that he wanted a clean shirt. The
Clay ...... ____ ____ 810 315 March 15. Some potatoes will be already been approved by the govern J. S.. Catiel, mayor ____-______w74 i Kissimmee and asked cfor supper: The man took his charge to a store and awhile
Bade -_____ ____ .. 460 466JK shipped by April 1, but the heavier ment appraiser and abstracts for J. S. Gilbert clerk ...._____.....75 proprietor told them he would be looking for the garment the
DeSoto _u__.1____ 1,690 1,432 movement will begin about April 20, fourteen more of these loans have J. Z. Robcrson treasurer .___.?_ 76 obliged to go up ,town fothe eggs negro escaped out of the back door
Jea Duval ___-.. ._____ 275 125 at Hastings and even later in other been forwarded. The remaining Ave G. W. Overstreet m-rshal _?____74 they (had ordered but would eerve ran to the court house and informed
Escambia ____ ____- 260 260 parts of the State. will be sent off at an early date. It Councilmen: them in about 'fifteen minutes. He the sheriff. When the man arived at
T Flagler ____ ____ __ 3,000 1,270 Up to the present time the weatherhas was just ten days from the time the : R. D. Thomas ___....__.____.___71 .immediately informed the authorities the car be found the sheriff and negro
T Hillsboro __-.______ 1,040 1,173 been unusually favorable. No abstract on the Schmidt farm was G. M. Taylor .._____..-__________74 and Sheriff Ingram Marshal Over- waiting. He was promptly arrested ;
Lake ____ ____ ____ 655 155 frost has occured during the growing forwarded to the authorities until the These officers were installed at the street and Night Marshal Tyson stationed as were also the other two who came
Lee __._.!_ ____ ___ 290 221 season and abundant rains have furnished draft was received and. basing the April meeting of the'city council on themselves near enough to the to the car later ,
Manatee ____-_ _.__ 678 338 the needed amount of moistureover estimates on this record it will be Tuesday night andl entered into their house to observe when the jail breakers The three men had been in the Orange
Marion ..__ ____ __ 845 fl65! the greater portion of the potato. only a few days until the money will duties for the ensuing year. With the entered after their supper. When county jail for several l weeks
Okeechobee" ___ u__ 2,200 100 belt. be available on the majority of the exception of Councilman Taylor they the proprietor called, only once man when they saw an opportunity to escape
Orange ____ ____ __ '. 795 640 In former years Florida potatoes loans. have all succeeded themselves which\ appeared and he was promptly arrested by overpowering their jailor on
Osceola.______ ....1,800 200 have been shipped mostly in barrels Additional applications have been is conclusive evidence that the 'city and placed in jail. Saturday afternoon. They took his
Palm Beach ____ __ 1,700 470 but this year the supply of barrels made to the association amounting to government for the past year has The deputy sheriff of Orange county keys. Iocke4! him in their cell, wentto
Polk ______ __._ ___ 485 4CO will be inadequate and a large part of 20800. These will be acted upon by been highly satisfactory to the voters : came down from Orlando and accompanied the office and fully armed them
Putnam ______ _____ 2,503 1,909St. the crop will be shipped in 10 and 11 the local committee then recommended and is highly commendatory to these by Louis Schmidt of Lup- selves before leaving. When captured -
Johns ____ _____ 9,774 6,338 peck sacks while a few sections will to the government appraiser for gentlemen! just honored with re-elec fer & Prather's garage' went to the three men were said to be car.
St..Lucie ___-.. un 635 670 use bushel crates.' his approval.. tion. Campbell Station as Sheriff Ingramfelt rying four fire arms.'
Seminole ____ _____ 450 175 I LEON ESTABROOK, In most instances the money is obtained sure the two men would attemptto It is thought they are all deserters
Sumter _.__ i___ __ 150 70 Chief of Bureau.IIt ; for the improvement of the Mr. and Mrs. W. B. King and two escape in that direction. This theory from the United States) army. Two k
___ I land though a small portion of it is small daughters,. Evelyn and Inez, proved correct and before three of them gave New York as their
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to take up indebtedness at a lower left Wednesday for their former homeIn o'clock- that morning the three men home and the other Atlanta Ga. .
rate of interest Okeechobce City; after spending .
JUDGE DENIES MOTION TO B. C. Miller, president: of the association two weeks with the lafater's parents
and A. E. Thomas, secretary- Mr. and Mrs W. T. Hansel of this AfEXUREMINGTN..SMITH 1

treasurer both expressed their gratification city.
at the amount of loans which
have already been granted as the goy I ?
DISSOLVE THE INJUNCTIONThe ernment's estimation of the valuationof the growers of this vicinity will do

land here is far above the average. much toward encouraging agriculture MAKING A MODEL FARM
It The bringing of this new capital to ''In Osceola county.

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motion to dissolve the temporary testimony will then begin after which --

' injunction and the demurrer to the matter will again be taken before 99 and 99.100 per cent Is almost full ton, thinking they may matur
Donegran's bill of complaint filed by Judge Perkins for a final decision. perfect but that i- what Alex-Rcm- earlier for the heavy feeding.. Tier, :

the Bankers'before Financing Perkins Company at Titus-was MASS MEETING FOR WOMENTHERE ngton Smith estimates his .stand of are 34 acres all told planted to potatoes
argued Judge Dodge Makes Statement potatoes to be on his one hundred acre'arm and Rose No. 4 WAS the seed exclusively
ville Saturday march 30th by Jas. f
west of Kissimmee.A used.
M. Carson and W. J. Steed representing Honorable John W. Dodge counselfor f just
visit to the fields would convince Much of Mr. Smith's is
crop on com
and John W. Bankers
Arthur E. the
Donegan Financing Company
Dodge: of Jacksonville, Fla.. representing " on being informed of the decision of WILL BE A MASS MEETING AT THE HART MEMORIAL any one that.he is not far from correct . paratively new land but it was,completely
Bankers' Financing Company. Judge: Perkins refusing( to dissolve in this calculation for they present stumped cleared and then literally A
Judge Perkins after hearing the bill the injunction and overruling the demurrer CHAPTER HOUSE ON MONDAY, APRIL 8, AT 4 P. M. the appearance of vast green carpets ., combed clean: of the root. q,- :
of complaint: and the answer, the motion made this statement: the :rows nearly meeting across' tem.
to dissolve the temporary injunction "The, present decision of Judge TO ORGANIZE,THE WOMEN OF THE CITY FOR THE SALE OF the intervening; space. ,The crop still H* need have no fear of damage
and the demurrer to the bill Perkins does not in any way affect has more than a month to grow for from heuvy rains the terror ,of most:
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of complaint, took: the matter under the merits of this case and simply LIBERTY BONDS. Mr. Smith advocates the shipping of growers) who are using lew 'ground,
advisement, and rendered his opinion means the' same will go to trial upon mature potatoes. Basing his opinionon for his farm is divided by ft..natural r
Wednesday. He denied the motion to the.evidence to be submitted by each ALL WOMEN ARE URGED TO COME AND BRING THEIR last year's experience ,he says it depression, which 'runs through, it +

dissolve the injunction and overruledthe side, and as counsel for'the Bankers certainly pays. from north to south, considerably low.' -
demurrer to the bin of complaint. Financing Company we are ready to NEIGHBORS FOR THIS IMPORTANT WAR WORK. He has used one-half a ton of !comnercial er on the south aid._.This depression
in this the statementsmade in fertilizer to the acre on his has been deepened where necessary
The next move case we prove our .
understand, will be the appointmentof answer and feel confident of the final MRS. P. 'WESLEY.BRWH'CouI7, Ga.nIaI land with the exception of a field of .. ... ..
a special master and the taking of, outcome." ,laterplanting.. These hk tats given a ,(Continued on Page EI&IJl' \)

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THE: ''KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1918.
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ANTHONY FILES ANSWER admits each and all ofhe natters set, forth therein and say that the aid( s
notice war given a* alleged ta said paragraph, and that the said stocks and Listen To Me i"
i TO THE DONEGAN SUIT securities mentioned were the stocks and securities pledged by the said agreement Calomel Users !
Exhibit "A," and which are now, and were at the time of the riving of :
said notice held by ,this defendant as security under the said agreement Exhibit I.I Guarantee Dodson's Liver Tone I
"
IN" THE CIRCUIT COURT, OSCEOLA "A. .

COUNTY, FLORIDA'IN CHANCERY Farther answering: said ,paragraph, this defendant says that the original mbney if// it doesn't, ':a
Arthur E. Donegan, Complainantvs. pledge Exhibit "A" wa secured by certain other shares of stock which were \four 'druggist gives back your
never delivered by the Complainant to the defendant under aid pledge, .because liven your liver and bowels and straighten ,

Bankers Financing Company, a Corporation, Defendant the same was subject to prior liens and are held by various and sundry without making you sick.There's . -r
ANSWER OF DEFENDANT other parties, subject to said prior liens; that this defendant, however, ha alien r you up .
and a pledge .of said securities subject to said prior liens by reason whereof . ,
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This defendant now, and at all times_hereafter, saving' to itself all man this defendant is entitled to sell all.the right, title and interest of said Done H mercury and attacks your bones.(
ner of benefit and advantage of exception. which can, or may be had, or takento tan in and to all shares of stock, pledged under said Exhibit "A," but not' no reason why salivating a person; cal- Take a dose( of nasty calomel today
in the said bill! should take sickening,
the many errors, uncertainties, and other imperfections will feel weak, sick and
specifically mentioned in said botice of sale, and which were not in the actual omel when few cents buys a large and you
thereto to much and to such parts thereof as this a Don'tIo .
contained, for answer or so possession of tbe defendant. bottle of Dodson's Livjpr 'j'one--a nauseated tomorrow. n
defendant is advised it is material or'necessary for it to make answer unto, day's' work. Take a spoonful otnodilon's ....
calomel.
4., Further answering said bill of complaint, this defendant la'l.al to perfect substitute for Liver Tone instead am'. ..
an.weriD !
( oars deliverIto Paragraph Four, or so much thereof' a*' i i. material for this defendant to make It is a pleasant, vegetable liquid will wako tip feeling $great. No
that complainant did sign and liver ,just as yon
1. This defendant .admits which will start vour
thereunto that this defendant ha visible in the State of FlorIda constipation eluRffishness
answer property dO'sn'tmake more\ biliousness!\ -
the defendant the marked Exhibit "A" and made a part of said surely ,as calomel but it
agreement that it is perfectly able to respond in damages to any suit or actions not salivate. headache, coated! tongue or
and
bill of complaint, and that the defendant did aho deliver, and the complainantdid you sick can dtorniM-li. Your druggist!" says if
which might be prosecuted to effect and judgment against this defendant bj Children and folks can take tour /
also deliver to the defendant the securities mentiomed in said agreement and any wrongful tale of said securities; that this defendant i i. now, and at 'all Dodson's Liver grown Tone, because. : it is you don't find Podaon'B Liver Tome"
further, that the complainant did execute and deliver to the defendant, four acts better than horrible calomel
time, has been solvent and responsible corporation under the laws of the perfectly ll1uml note for Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ,($2,500.00), each in favor of money is waiting for you.
drug. It your
State of Florida; and this defendant denies the allegations of said paragraph, Calomel io u danRertfua
the defendant as set out in said alleged agreement; but the defendant denies that tbe value of said
securities i* Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand ($Z50,-
that complainant was induced by the defendant to do any or all of the 000.00) Dollars, but says that it is immaterial so far as this suit is concerned, same it true, except :.'to with matter stated to be on information and belief 'w ..
did seek and
natters aforesaid but alleges that the said complainant out as to what value of said securities are. and that as to those matter, he believe it to be true. '
'request .this complainant: to undertake for, and on behalf of the complainant, before this 29th day of March, A. D.. 19UI.
subscribed me
5th. Further answering aid bill of complaint defendant that com Sworn to and
forth and that the says -
the doing of certain matter and thing a* hereinafter set .
J. R. ANTHONY JR.
plainant, Arthur E. Donegan, at the time of the' execution of, Exhibit "A" ,
said agreement .wa executed, and the said securities delivered and the said '
the without when said Banks were about to be ordered closed by the State Banking Department (Notarial Seal) MABEL C. DOW, .
notes executed and delivered voluntarily by i complainant, any
inducment of any kind of, or from this defendant. of Florida because of said notes held by said three banks was then .. _ _ __ u ___ __Notary__ __ .Public.; State of Florida. ..
the President of each of said Banks and had caused 'said Banks to loan the --:-:-----:------- ----- -
2. Entering paragraph two of said :bill, this defendant laYI'tbat it-is. funds of said Banks.to the makers of said notes; that said notes Schedules"A KISSIMMEE WIFE DOING GOOD more benefit'than all the medicine I
true Ten Dollars ($10.00) was paid by the defendant to the complainant, but ," "B" and "C" aggregated $117,261 36-100 and were subsequently revised WORK. have ever taken. I feel I am doing
this defendant says,there were other valuable and sufficient considerations --..- good to recommend it to others." It
to aggregate as much A $152,000.00 defendant to finance '
moving from the defendant to the complainant at the time of the execution of ; that No U. .is,8 simple harmless preparation that
Banks "Citizens Bank of Kistimmee, State Bank'ot Eau Gallic and!! Stye-,Bank "I have lien "bud off with sfohlach removes the cntarrhal mucus from the
that there" inl"fact j
'" said, agreement Exhibit "A"Vnd; this defendan\,-denies were 'of Haine'* City :deposited I:or"caused to-b.' ep.ited with'saTdjbanVEf! as l kigh and liver trouble and bloating for intestinal tract and qllays pie! infla ,
no jlonsidetation of any kind paid to thb complainant;_0'-10 .any one at as $I25,000.00 to maintain'its reserve and protect its'leWsitors and customers many year: No doctors or medicine mation which causes practically all ".
his request, either for the execution of the said alleged agreement, or the delivery and enable'said banks to continue in business for the respective communities helped me. On the advice"of my druggist ;--Istom'n'h, Liver and intestinal ailments
of the securities mentioned therein, or for the execution and deliveryof I bought,a bottle of lIIa't'sWon-1 appendicitis. One dose will
; that said Donegan admitted at said time he was responsible for said derful Remedy and' I I.convince or money refunded. J. Z.
the said notes as alleged in'laid Paragraph!>> Two; and this' defendant denies notes Schedules "A," "B" and "C" aggregating $117,261 36-100 and that miss a single dose. It has given me I I KobersWn, druggrist.StrengtrienAmerica. ...,
each and all the other allegations on said Paragraph Two; and further answering -
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he would pay the same;'that the said notes so secured, Schedules "A, "B" -- - - -- r-
said Paragraph Two, this defendant .says, that the said" notes secured. and "C" placed in said bank as aforesaid and on.which said banks, by and ;
said Exhibit "A" shown by Schedules "A "B" and "C"
by agreement as ,
through the complainant: as President of said backs had loaned the funds of
attached to said agreement, were notes which were then, at the time of the said banks were as follows; j
execution of said Exhibit "A" held by the State Bank of Eau Gallie, and by SCHEDULE "A" '
the State Bank of Haines City and by the Citizens Bank of Kissimmee; th -- J .
the said notes mentioned in said Schedules "A," "B" and "C" and held by Date Due Date Name! .1

said Banks, were notes which had been placed in said Banks by and through 627.16 9-25-16 Deer Park Stock Farm ______________$ 275.00 :.- i
the influence, or at the suggestion of, or on account of the connection of the 8 -6-16 11 -4-16 Deer Park Stock Farm _______________ 800.00 YM'- '
aid Complainant, with Said Banks at a time when the said Complainant held 7.25-16 10-23-16 Deer Park Stock Farm _________ ______ 1,500.00 1.
hares stock in,said Banki, and either directly or indirectly acting by and 7.17-16 11.15.16 Grayktone Hotel Company ______ ______ 2,750.00 ,I
through the Officers of said Banks, induced the said Banks to accept the said 8 3.16 11 -MS Oscefela Journal Pub. Co. __ _________ 1,500.00
'notes; that the said Complainant felt morally obligated to see that said notes 627.16 9-25-16 Osceola Journal ,Pub. Co. ____ __ ________ 1400.00 Our drink bill---and what !

were paid the said Complainant, in many instance being interested in the 8-18-16 1146-16 Lakeshore Novelty Works ...____f_ ______ 1,000.00
Companies or Corporations; .and being the practical owner of said Corpora. 9 .5-16 Demand Lake.boreNonlt, Work ______ ______ 1000.00 it MIGHT
lions who gave said notes to said Banks; that the said Bank and the State 8 1.16 10-30-16 Woodall Cypress Company ____u______ 250.00 buyYou've -. j
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Banking Department of the State of Florida having realized that said notes 7.28-16 10-26-16 Woodall Cypress Company _______-___ 300.00 I
were uncollectible and that the makers of said notes could not pay the same, 7-28-16 10-26-16 Wood-U Cypress Company __-.________ 800.00 heard it said a good many times that we spend every year ;
A aDd the State Banking Department having refused to allow said 8-14-16 1212.16 Woodall Cypress Company __________u 650.00 two billion dollars for liquor. .
notes to remain in said Banks mentioned above as-,assets thereof, unless the 7.12.16 10.10-16 Woodall Cypress Company ____"_______, 800.00 TWO BILLION DOLLARS a j
'ante was .secured and having advised the said Donegan that the said Banks 7.16.16 10-14-16 South Florida Lumber Co. __-_________ 1000.00 You can't even guess 'how much money this is"-mostly because i
would be closed by the State Banking Department, unless said notes were secured 8 -8-16 11616 South Florida Lumber Co.. ____________ 500.00 mighty few of us have ever handled. more than two hundred dollars,
and the said Donegan being a large .stockholder in said Banks for the 7.23-16 10-21.16 South Florid Lumber Co. --_______--- 1,000.00 at any one time. -I
protection and benefit of his said dock in said Banks, and at the direction of 812.16 11.10-16 South Florida Lumber Co. ____________ 627.00 Just for the fun of it, let's write it this way:
the State Banking Department of the State of Florida did agree to secure 812.16 11.10.16: South Florida Lumber Co. __-_-_:______ 1,600.00 $2,000,000,0001All I
k the said notes by pledge"of the securities mentioned, and set forth in Exhibit 6-11-16 9 9.16 'South Florida Lumber Co. ____________ 700.00 you can say i i. that i it' a lot of money..
'"A" attached to and made a part of said bill of complaint that said Donegan 6 .5-16 9 -4-16 South Florida Lumber Co. __u ,_______ 2,500.00 But perhaps you, will get a better idea of how much it is by
did request the defendant to accept a pledge of securities as set forth in Ex- 8-25-16: 11-25-16 Oscefcla Cattle Company ______________ 2,500.00 comparing our drink bill with some other bills in this country.
nibit "A" a* security for said Notes mentioned in Schedules "A," 4-24-16 10-24J6 Oscetla Cattle Company __________u__ 6,000.00 So here goes-
"B" and "C," and did further, as a ;large stockholder in said Banksrequest 4-24-16 '10-24-16 Oseeftla Cattle Company _____..u_____. 6,000.00 It's three times as much a* we spend to maintain all of our piibit '
the said Bankers Financing Company to furnish money or credit to 4-24-16 10-24-16 Otcebla Cattle Company +_____________ 2,000.00 lic schools. '
'. the said Banks for the benefit of his said stock in said Banks, and to prevent 4-24-16 10-24-16 Osceftla Cattle Company ______________ 6,000.00 Ifs as much as we spend for bread and clothing.It's ... '. +a'
t loss to said Banks and to himself as a stockholder thereof, and in consideration 4-24-16 10-24-16 Osceola Cattle Company _________-,---- 6,000.00 / as much as is. earned by all.Irade unionistjJl! ,: "" 3It's
of the financial assistance of the defendant to ,tie said Banks, and of the 4-24-16 10-24-16 Oce-Ia Cattle Company ___u________. 1,500.00 I ,, ;: ;- the value of 535,600 'workingnTen'slKorneijt at $3.800 each
defendant securing proper and suitable employees and Officers of said Bank 4-24-16 10-24-16 Oiceola Cattle Company __d__?______ 2,500.00 I : ,;i It's one-fourth: more than the* total l.alltta: of the over ,000 bUild
a" aad for other services in looking after the management of said Banks the 12 -8-15 12 -8-16 L. U. Zimmerman &: R. B. Woodham, Tr__ 2,500.00 lng'4 and'loan association In thi ountry"' ). .
said Donegaa did agree to pay the said Bankers Financing Company for its 12, -8-15 12 -8-16 L. U. Zimmerman & R. Woodham, Tr.__ 5,000.00 It's twice the capital in all the national banks' ' '
aid and assistance in keeping the said Banks, in which the said Donegan was 12 .8-15 12 -8-16 L. U. Zimmerman &: R. B. Woodham, Tr... S.OOO.Of It's one-tenth the value of all farm property. including land build
a stockholder from/ being dosed by the State Banking Department, the sum' ofTen 12 -8-15 12 -8-16 L. U. Zimmerman &: R. B. Woodham, Tr.__ 5,000.00 ings. machinery and animals.It's .

Thousand ($10,000.00) Dollars, and the said Donegan. Complainant, 12815 12 -8-16 L. U. Zimmerman &: R. B.Woodham, Tr.__ 5,000.00 almost as much as it costs to operate all our railroads.
did execute and deliver to the. defendant as evidence of his said indebtednessof 12 -8-15 12 -8-16 L. U. Zimmerman &: R. B.Woodham, Tr.__ 5,000.00 It's twice as much as it Cost to run the federal government in
Ten Thousand ($10,000.00) Dollars, the said four (4)) note of Two Thousand 12 -8-15 12 .8-16 L. U.'Zimmerman & R. B.Woodham, Tr.__ 5,000.00 peace times.

Five Hundred ($2,500.00) Dollars each. and did agree in said Exhibit 6-10-16 9.10-16 Model Hardware Co. ________< _____!_? 1,000.00 It's as much 'as we raised for the first Liberty Loan.
"A" to pledge the said securities mentioned therein as security for the payment 78.16 108.16 Model Hardware Co. _________________ 600.00 It's almost twice the value of all church property in the U. S.
of said notes of Two Thousand Five Hundred ($2,500:00)> ) Dollars each mentioned 6 9.16 619.16 Model Hardware Co _____________ ____ 1,000.00' TWO BILLION DOLLARS SPENT ANNUALLY
t in said Exhibit "A"; that the execution of said.notes of Two Thousand 630.16 9-29-16 Arthur E. Donegan _________-u_______ 2,943.00 What does it for FOR BOOZE. !
Five Hundred ($2,500.00)) Dollars as evidence of the indebtedness of Ten 7816 10 -8-16 Arthur E. Donegan __________ ________ 5,000.00 What doe buy those who spend it? YOU KNOW!
Thousand ($10,000.00)) Dollars due by said Donegan to said Bankers Financing 830.16 J. H. Woodall _________________uu_ 1,275.00 KNOW I it bring to those' who are, dependent' upon them? YOU

Company, and the execution of said Exhibit "A" were all at the request and 8 -...16 11 -2-16 J. H. Woodall _._____________________ IOOO.PI
What does it do for
'/"':1 the insistence of said Donegan and were done freely.and voluntarily, and for I 4 -5-16 James M. Davis ____: ____________u..__ 600.00 our country and the world YOU KNOW I
the purpose of preventing the said Citizens Bank of Kissimmee, and the said 7.31.16 929.16 C. B. McCaughen ___________ ?_______ 1000.00 YOU CAN'T SAY ONE STRONG, UNQUALIFIED WORD FOR
State Bank of Eau .Gallic, and the Said State Bank of Haines City from being 4.17.14 Demand C. J. Clayton ._______________________ 88.75 THE LIQUOR HABIT. OR THE LIQUOR BUSINESS.
I closed by the State Banking Department of the State of Florida in each and And yon know this, too.
all of the said Banks, in 'which the said Donegan wa a large' stockholder, and G 99558.75 Why not cut it out and spend the money for somehting that will -1 .

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to a large extent, and in which said Banks, the said Donegan had caused Due Date Name Amount If you believe that the traffic' in alcohol

to be placed either directly or indirectly, and to be discounted by said Banks 9-10-16 Osceola Journal Pub. Co. ______.:______.__________-_ 326.00 more harm than does
the said notes shown by Schedules "A," "B" and "C" attached to said Ex- 9 '1.16 Otceola Journal Pub. Co. .._______________________ 138.25 good-help stop itl!

.hibit "A"; and the said makers of said note mentioned in Schedule "A," "B" 1.18.17 South fla. Lbr. Co. _________-___________________ 3,000.00
and "C" were in many instances, and to the amount of thousands of dollars, 1-18-17 I A. Van Der Meewh _________________'--'--------- 1,500.00 Strengthen America Campaign

corporations and individuals, owned and managed and controjled by said 1-18-17 A. Van Der Meersch ____________________________ 1,500.00
Arthur E.Doaegan, and which said corporations and individualstgjnid makersof 11-14-16 Model Hardware Co. ____________________________ 1,000.00 (This advertisement was prepared for the National) Campaign Commit '
said notes were irresponsible and unable to pay the said notes, and the said 12 -2-16 C. B. McCaughen .____________d_________________ 1,000.00 etc by Charles Stelzle and furnished us by Prof. R. M. Evans.)
votes had become worthless to such an extent that the State Banking_Department 1017.16 'Osceola Cattle Coy ... _-..._......_______.____....._ ._.:.....-_ 1,500.00 1
r demanded that the said notes be taken out of said Banks as a part of 10-27-16 Otceola Garage Co. _____________________________ 900.00 ,
!s the.assets of the said Banks, or that the same' .be secured, and in 'the'event of 10.16.16 R. D. Waring ___________________________J______ 350.00 l0"9" "9". "6"9"8"- (oo .-.HH #
,) the failure' of said Donegan to either pay the said notes, or cause the same to 7-18-16 R. D. Waring __?_.:._______________ _____________ 1,400.00 ,
be paid, or to secure the said notes by proper collateral, that the said Banks 11.24-16 Arthur E. Donegaa ______________________________ 1,700.00 .
would be closed as insolvent; that in order to protect the said stock of the Bass Judgment ___-___-________'___.,..-------------- 1,000.00 Wanted : .
'said Donegan, the said Banks, and for the protection of the said Donegan, .

and for the uses and purposes aforesaid, the said Donegan for said uses and 15,314.25 To buy steers
purposes,' and for the said considerations mentioned, did execute the said! SCHEDULE "C" one year old and up. Price

:agreement Exhibit "A" mentioned in said bill of complaint. Date Due Date Name Amount A* according to age'Bud size. Will pay spot
And further answering said Paragraph this defendant that the aid cash.
say 7 7.16 1 7.17 Osceola Telephone Co: .______________ 250.00 >
o .J Donegan, Complainant, after the execution of Jhe said Exhibit
agreement, 8-14-16 12.14-16 Osceola Telephone Co. _______________ 400.00 > BASS & PHILLIPS .'1
"A did
proceed to execute and ratify the same and to act under and in f
; thereof pursuance 6-16-16 9-14-16 Lakeside Novelty Works ______________ 400.00 >
and did '
: thereafter in various and instances make 1Wanted
under and sundry 5-16-16 7 -5-16 W. C. Bass _________________________ 758.79 r A. F. Bass, Buyer.. Kissimmee & St. Cloud. t
payments in of said and did the 10-1f
agreement
of of pursuance secure release 6-18-16 8-17-16 N. F. Bass _____,____________________ 406.77 .
certain the
security mentioned in said and did various o.CC HOOO .
and considerations agreement, pay Sam. C. Ragsdale ___.:________________ 172.80 o.oOOHo<
sundry therefor, and did turn over and deliver to the
1 ; laid defendant the said consideration and in pursuance of said agreement

I", and did withdraw certain of the collateral under said,agreement; and that 2,388.36
-said.arious acts and doings of the said Donegan under and in pursuance of WHEREFORE the defendant prays. that the said.. Complainant's, bill may }
. If' said Exhibit "A," this defendant now refers to shows to this Honorable Court be dismissed with costs. :

iln detail, each and every transaction thereunder, and the repeated ratification BANKERS. FINANCING COMPANY, "
.-of the'said Exhibit "A" by the said Complainant as being valid to all intents By, J. R. ANTHONY, JR.,
sad purpose) that furthermore, the said Complainant did request the dew Vic President CYPRESS LOCS"

fendant to advance certain sums of money for the payment of premiums upon JNO. W. DODGE, .
policies of insurance mentioned in said agreement as collateral! thereto, and Solicitor and Counsel for Defendant ., ADDRESS i i
a f this defendant did and has advanced the sum of to-wit $558 90-100 for they STATE FLORIDA, ; ,

1 purpose. of paying premiums due upon the said policies of insurance, all of COUNTY OF'DUVAL. Landeck Lumber Co. 'Fla.

>- which advances were made...tIer.d..la pursuance of said Exhibit "A,".and l PersMkaJry appeared before the undersigned, J.. R. Antheny, Jr., who .beat Tampa, ,

vat the request of said Arthur E. Donegaa, Complainant, duly. iwon says,that he is Vice President of the Defendant herein, that he Stating what you can furnish for coutlnuou. shipment

3. Aniweriag P&r...-; _". TL'Cd; c.laaicl, b3 o! vomplaiot, this Mle.daatI' hall read the foregoing, answer and knows the contents theeolf" that the .
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l THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 181&a;' THREE

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year and a splendid supper was
served. ? Most Old People }
KecpingKurselfWell Mr. Wm. Wheeler left Tuesday
St. Cloud Department morning for his home at Bellefon-
taine Ohio,, 'after a pleasant winterin
our mdi t. Are Constipated
,j Run Down, Aching Mr. F. A. Thayer returned on .
I NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER) CITY" Thursday from a trip to Tampa, St:
, need good tonic Petersburg, Pass-a-Grille and Clear-
people ;a JAMES MILES, MANAGERThe -H
the blood water.
will send
that Mrs. Mary Veeder is in receipt of

r tingling through the Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliary No members. Song: by :Miss Ruth Brown a card from Mr. and Mrs. Holly, who
it improving Huns to the have ,been spending the winter here,, Dr.Caldwell' Syrup Pepsinis
body, enrich by 17 and the Army and Navy Union "Death to the sung
held a picnic Tuesday at the homeof tune of America accompanied by Mrs. but who are now in Sanford enjoys
the digestion Williams Talk Dr. Wilbur Song a visit before returning to their homeIn laxa-
1 Mrs. E. E. near Cypress Rogers by combination of simple
and clean It by expelling the Hall at the canal on the lake front. by Miss Brown, "Drink to Me Only Providence, R. I. a
waste matter Health b a About 35 members and friends' were With Thine 'Eyes.;" Adjourned tc Mrs. Schafer left Tuesday morninpfor .
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all too meet in weeks. Everyone a stay at Jacksonville and Chattanooga tive herbs'with pepsin gentle in action
matter of plenty of rich blood present. The morning passed again two Tenn., before returning to ,
quickly, and at noontime the tables welcome.
free from impurities.; were laid under the shade of, the cypress Corporal Clifford McAflfee, who has her northern home. and especially adapted 'as a remedy for
J. J. Landis died Saturday at hit
There two long ....
M'I'I trees. were been home on a furlough, returned on after j,
Massachusetts
PERUNA tables which fairly groaned with Monday to Fort ,Striven, Ga. home on services avenue and children. It
illness. The
things to which: all did ample a lingering were elderly people, women
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pledger of
held at the house at 4:30 Monday evening
\ dispels Inflammation of the food: |ce. The' afternoon was pleasant Kissimmee were 171 our city on Thurs and were conducted by Rev,, ,
by bathing in the lake, and is the standard: family remedy in countless
di last. ;
organsthe day ,
blood making music and conversation, and at four King of the Baptist church and Rev. :
gestion-gives tone and "pep"to o'clock the autos came to takeall to I L. U. Zimmerman was a business Jenkins of the Christian church. Th'.
the membranes that line their homes. I caller' at Kissimmee on Wednesday remains were accompanied by his homes., Sold by druggists everywhere -
the lung and the dif estiva tract, Mrs. E. D. French, Mr and Mrs. ; morning.Dr. wife and son to Fort Wayne, )fnd..Mrs. '
and Invigorate the entire m'YoG' Vincent Wilson and Mrs. Josephine and Mrs. Ashley, who have Chapman is quite ill at this for 50 cts. and $1.00-two sizes.A .
take Adams were the dinner guests on been spending the winter :here, left writing at the home of Mrs. E. E..
. caa bay health you of your, Thursday of Mr. and ,Mrs. .C. K. Hen Wednesday morning' for their homeat Williams at tho canal on the lakefront
. drix. Brooklyn, N. Y. "
self and take
Pecune mtoenytm D. H. Gill, our city tax collector, Mrs.-Bessie Daniels and three children The New York Veterans Association -
need it. was a caller in Kissimmee on Wed were the guests on Easter Sun held their regular meeting Tuesday -
'.
? afternoon in Oak Grove Part '
t t. nesday. day of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Daniels on trial bottle can 'be'obtained, free of
At your drag with eighteen present. 'The usual,
W. H. Seaman who is '
Mrs. spending
Maryland avenue. charge, by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell
filsu. the winter in Orlando spent a, few J. J. Huntsinper' left on Tuesday business was transacted and most of .
rtRU1AcmvApT days this week with her parents, Mr. morning: for the soldiers home at, those present' responded with remarks . 457 Washington St.,' Monticelto, Illinois.Be .
till and Mrs. W. H. Kenney., Johnson CitYI Tenn. Mrs. Huntsmger' readings or recitations. "

Gl..ti, ow. Our new fire engine made the trip : also started north Tuesday morning. ,,
I to Kissimmee last week, where it was I going to her son's in Nebraska. t RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT i
tried, and worked..Ane. Mr and Mrs. .T. A. Van Arsdale : ---- -
Mrs. A. D. Harmon, Mrs. I. B. Dal. Whereas God with inscrutable wis-
left Tuesday to spend the summer at
For Indirection, Constipation or by, Misses. Louise Hoppe and Gladys Johnson City, Tenn. dom has taken from us our friend and it further resolved that a copy I THE GREAT WAR HAS MADE
Biliousness Dunbar were the guests of Mils Mary Mrs Holden wife of Elisha Holden, brother, C. M. Baxley, be it resolved: of these resolutions be handed to'our I CIGARETTES;: A NECESSITY.
Just try one 50-cent bottle of LAX-FOS Kinsman on an auto trip to Orlandoon died Friday evening at her home on That the officers and members of brother and his family, 'copy bo en- I --
.', WITH P PSIN. A Liquid Digestive Tuesday. Ohio avenue. The funeral serviceswere Friendship Lodge No 10,, Knights of tred upon ', the permanent record,
Laxative pleasant to take. Made and The Ladies Improvement Club met held in the Methodist church on Pythias, extend tender and heart-felt and a copy mailed to' the' Kissimmee I Our boys must have their smokes.
recommended to the public by Paris Medi- Wednesday afternoon in the annex of Sunday at 2 p. m. Rev. Bowen, the sympathy to the family of our brother Valley Gazette for publication I Send them cigarettes! This U a
cine Co.,manufacturers of Laxative Bromo the M. E. ctourch at : m. The pastor conducted the services. Mrs. in this poignant grief and assure J, A. LANCASTERA. familiar appeal now to all of us, l
Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic meeting was called to order by the Holden leaves a husband, one Idaugh., them we are with them in thought S. GILBERT Among those most in demand Is)
president, Mrs. Mary Metzgar. Minutes ter and two sons to mourn her Ions. during their dark hour We would remind OTIS STEVENS the now famous"toasted"cigarette-
Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up System 'ot last two meetings were read W. S. Alyeo, S. M. Hunt and nephew them of the age-old philosophy Committee. LUCKY STRIKE. Thousands this
1 'The Old Blindrd teneral trmctbcnlo TONIC.drVr koala and approved by Miss Cooper Re- left Wednesday morning for a spoken by the Man of Sorrows to sustain favorite brand have been shipped to
Oaova'tlTAtlrriL6eachill out
ports of different committees were those bowed down "I the
Winter
trip to Haven. : am
I) -aalula.mdcheathebloodaodbuiWavptbegrtem.. A true tonic. POT adult and children, 'boaI read. Current event were !giVen 'by"C. The Indiana Association picnicked resurrection and the life; he that believeth Subscribe for the Kissimmee Val France. There is something home-
I j _.._._ dead l ly Gazette. like and friendly to the boys in the {
-- ---- --------- at Fish Lake on Tuesday. on me, though he were ,
A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN Secretar) Mrs. Harry Spurling and sort, Frederick yt shall .he live; and whosoever! liveth I eight of the familiar green packages
of Taylorville, 111., who have and believeth in me shall never die." with the red circle. 1
been visiting Mrs. Spurling's parents This homelike, appetizing quality
The Waters & Carson Mr. and Mr, 'W, II. Kenney, left on of the LUCKY STRIKE cigarette Is
Stop
1 .y Wednesday for their northern home. largely due to the fact that the Burley k
Miss Nellie Burns has accepted a Coup ? t tobacco used in making it has been }
positfon as clerk in L. tJ. Zimmer- 1 Here'thatpalnt quick! cedar! toasted. "It's toasted" was the "slo
man's store. from aches sad that made at success of
; gan" a gr
Grocery CompanyWholesale The 'city has placed one of the large for Have this effective children.remedy It's at thanldul hand L; pain.of Neuralgia Rheunu.tim. ., LUCKY STRIKE in less than a year.
electric lights in the park on 'Ohio croupy laxative. R mainland Strain Now the American Tobacco Co. Is
Pleasant take. Mildly
avenue which will be very much appreciated relief. to No! nerd to rub, Itoeneu.uy making 15 million LUCKY STRIKE
I by all. by all druggists _-_
and Retail Dealers in Mrs. Dr. :Merritt, mother and three 6+r. fA" i Cigarettes; a day.
children, who have been at Dayton' A good part of this Immense production
' for awhile, ere again with Mrs. W. \ 0 is making Its way across the
: GROCERiES L. Bartlett on Ohio avenue. 11)N ) water to cheer our boys. t
Mr. and Mrs. Lapsley and daughter -
who .have been spending bhe winter I'SCOVervfor
at St. Petersburg, arrived here on KILLS PAIN "Lick a stamp to lick the Kaiser"Stout

Monday and were the guests on Tues- Colds
000004040000404 :'oOooOooOooOo + 000 "oOo + + + day of their,01(1 friVnds. Mr. and Mrs. Coughs
:
e Wm. Phipps, leaving Wednesday for OO O.O-o-OOOO O .OOO. OOO OOOOO.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.I..
0 WE SELL 0 4 WE BUY:, eO their home at Trivoli, 111. Constipation Causes Sickness
;' O 4 44 Mr". and Mrs. Holgate, who have Don't permit yourself to become Lumber Co. f
e HAY 0 4O been guests at the St. Cloud hotel constipated,as your system immediate. ,,,
O i -0- OIDES' ee this winter, left Wednesday morning ly begins to absorb poison from the ,'
GRAIN O -0- + for. their home, at Wyoming, 111. backed-up waste matter.' Use Dr. SUCCESSORS TO MAY-STOirr LUMBER 00. ;
0 I 4. FURS ; Everett Baric, who has been here King's New Life Pills and keep well. DEALERS IN 4
0 FERTILIZERS for some time, ''has gone to Tennessee, I There is no better safeguard. against i.
C. O I 0. WOOL 4 where he had a good position. illness,Try it tonight, All druggists Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber. Novelty.' i:
0 SHINGLES 0 4t Miss Clara Timmins who has been I Connection.
Works in
O : AND : spending .the winter with her aunt, c cIt
O .ORANGEBOXES, O , Mrs. Adam McGill, left Wednesday
.. ? ' morning for her home in Iowa. GOOD TO THE; LAST DROP is our pleatnre to fire you estimates at all time ,

0 [ORANGE WRAPS? 0 .. 40 SfiMr,,, and,\,Mrs., c.,,,W", Bruns, who I :' '" Courteous_ Attention and Prompt Delivery., ,',,.\.I".' ;,.-I
t COUNTRY have!pusHfil \the$?;winter in the Conn I I f ... '1/ ,'
0 VEGET BLE CRATES O - / I Phone 21 . Kissirnmee, Fla.:
apartments!]went to*their grove, at MAXWELLHOUSE ..r. 1

CRATE NAILS O 0 4. PRODUCE 1 1O "Na 8The'"inule'1t rcoos&eelon' ams'are{{Tuesday.'here, ready to .. .... . ... ...a,4. .... ......... . ....... .. . ..... :

4 begin work on the new roads. .
0000040 4040000 000 + 004000000.1 Mrs. Claud Gallatin and baby left I .

the hospital on Wednesday morning
We sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. I for their home on Pennsylvania avenue
Wi give special attention to fitting 'out hunting and camping parties. and Eighth street. COFFEE 1 1
Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. An at home social was held at the i StateBank

We are county agents for'lII00d ferhlirert; A.k ". (or circular 1 and r>nr_ I Presbyterian church on Tuesday evening > r
for the) members and their
on fertilizers. (U. ,S. Food Administration License No. b-22092):; : ) I friends. Reports were read for the asK YOUR GROCCR; 1 1

_____ _ _ __ c -_-,'- -. ___ __. __ __ _ _._ ___=__----"' of Kissimmee ,
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i! : Swift & Company's 1918 Year Book ;



:i I; shows that Swift & Company sells the meat from a steer SAVESPAUSE ;


I for less money than the live steer cost!

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: -, I Proceeds'from the sale of the ,hide, fat, and other by-products ;,,

i Covered all expense of dressing: refrigeration, freight, selling for moment man .:

1,1 I expense and the profit of $1.29 per steer as shown by Swift & a a thought, to young self. The, ,1

Company's 1917 figures as follows:

1 problems that confront you now, or .

Average price: paid for live, cattle' per steer, 84.45 will a few years hence

j; I Average price received for meat ." ,.,' ,68.97 Look about .oD-the men of affairs in couatry, state, .atio_-

y J Average price received for by-products 24.09 yes, in the world, are the men who started to save early in liIe.

I' hue the and. confidence of community..
'I Total received 93-06 They respect
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I} I This leaves for expenses and profit ,8.61 Then look on the other side-at the fellows who spend all they (
4 ). make-they may have a food time for a while but what does their
j, [ Of which the profit per 'steer was. 1.29 I personality reflect' : ,

1 I I ,. A dollar or so,deposited In this bank will be the

y r There are many other interesting and instructive nucleus of' an honorable, independent career. ;

Make bet-inning now-today. Your bankbook
your
facts and figures in the Year Book. will the ,',
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. r Capital stock __________________ .':__' ___: 100000.00
;, r n We"want to tend our 1918 Year Book, to anyone; anywhere = free Resources over.___________________________ 600,00.00
for the asking. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Chicago. '
: Officers and Directors: :

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1 ROMA THOMAS, Cashier

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I C. A. CARSON, H. FLEMING, E. L.,LESLEY to
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THE KISSIMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY. APRIL 5, 1918. ;. I-'

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I KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.I II I on given his a 1is purchase little the loss bonds.,at in any case He time.can of hvrned realize Granting AT THE: CHURCHES CO. 'COMMISSIONERS BUSy IN UNUSUALLY SESSION. ll I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS | "


II t sale, .he will only be out somethinglike .Continued( :: from Fare One)
Published Every Fpidmy. Cellars the principal and 'ST. EPISCOPAL the year when he needed it the most
.. four ( on JOHNS ( ) CHURCH
By KlMlsssse Valley Gasette C
pa.FI.rtd ) COUNTY'< COMMISSIONER
KI.Jss.... accrued interest on the' semi-annual Minister in Charge. L. 'H. Kirkby. he' would( have to divide up the time FOR STATE AUDITOR FOR ,

payment of interest. Thus at ,the 9:45: a. m., Sunday school. with the other offices. He aid. one Served as City Councilman two I hereby announce that I will be a..

: W, B. Harris, Preslieat worst the lender cannot expect the 11' a. m., Mornnig Prayer and address could be bought for $300.00 cash or years; Tax Assessor of Polk Co. 8 candidate for County .Commlllllioner- -

IB U. V'a.U Astacw, Secretary loan to cost him more than $6.00 on by Mr. L. A. Hamilton. $ aiO.K( in monthly installments of years; Pure Food Inspector three from District No.1. and will appre-

........... H., 11 I l a $100 bond. Suppose* Uncle Sam 7:30: p. m.. Evening Prayer and $25.00. Commissioner Overstreet years; Asst. Postmaster, Bartow two ciate the suport of the voters, in that.
were to rtep up to one and ask a loan sermon on "The Lord's Day Observ stated that on account of lack' of years. With thee experiences, I feel district i ,
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......rlp.... MatesiOn of six: dollars to use in giving hit ance." funds the county could do nothing at I am competent to handlo the work E. L. 1'>. OVERSTREET.FOR .

Copy. One T.ar.I.O On Copy Biz Months-.__%..*.... 1.0(! refuse In fact would one not be CHRISTIAN- R. J. Patterson of the Tax Commission .' will upon and REPRESENTATIVETo
.__ _____ 'I, CHURCH appreciate your support
On COPY.. Thr Month T .7 surprised at the trifle needed. Yet, addressed the board on the subject '
10:00-Sunday: school.11:00Sermon vote at the Democratic Primary' in White Democratic Voters of "
the
at the worst that is all) one gives. of the equalization of the assessments .
All communication except from ouiauthorised "Valuation of Man. June. J. H. LANCASTER,
Osceola Counly:
correspondents mu.t beIvned t, But tie worst need not b? c6nsid- throughout the state. no'aaid Florida.
by...* .rlter. ered. These bonda will be worth!, par Jesus vs. Pharisee. that the, Tax Commission had recently Bartow, I hereby enounce myself as 'a can

Rejected matter will not be returned I and exchangeable for their face value 3:30-Junior C. E.- held a meeting at Sanford on didate for election as the member' of
unless called for ,*:15 Y. P. S. C. E.7iOO . FOR MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF
:
__, in "currency. Uncle Sam pays his March 7th, but no representativefrom the House of Representatives from

(Entered In the Postofflce at KUsIm- bills and money" entrusted to him is -Sermon. "The Strong Manvs. this county -.was present. He 1 PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Osceola county; subjct to the ''will of

.._, Florida, a. second-class matter.) safer than in' the family stocking Unclean Spirits." said that altogether eleven meetings 'v At the solicitation of \rnany friends ';the Democratic voters In the primary-
I.
And it grows good interest.' Junior" C. E. program April 7i# of tax: assessors had been 'held in the have derided to offer mv services election to be held June .4th.' '

So, simply as a business proposition Topic:' "Long Suffering; a' Fruit of state, with the object of fixing a basisof again/ to the voters of Osceola county I, thoroughly appreciate the ,honorof
is member of the Board of Public
this loan is a winnerand it ii the Spirit. the assessment for 1918 at a fifty a. serving as a member of the Florida .'

going over.POLITICAL. Text Gal. 5:22: and I'' Pet. 2:20-25. per cent valuation. He stated that kind Instruction.' I. fully appreciate the Legislature- during the last two sessions
words of
commendation and offers
Led by May Win. the original assessment throughout and realize that the knowledgeand

'ANNOUNCEMENTS Song. !I the eUte was low, but now legislation should of I support be from my friends, and experience !thus acquired Will enable .
elected
re-nominated and
Hon. M.; C. Bryan announces has : .Lord's .Prayer in concert. was needed to meet the changed! renditions will give the office the same pains, me to ,give better seryice anoUir
Bible lesson read by all. I of the commonwealth. That
candidacy for re-election to the legislature taking care in the future that. f-have term.
lie was leader of the prohibition What "Long Suffering" means. the 'only difference between the agreement / inthepast. W. C. BASS. I respectfully refer to my record

forces In the last House and Concert recitation,' Gal. 52223. of 1918 as compared with 1917 .! . . during the last two sessions of 1he
Mission Lettie Holtzclaw. is that cattle are to.be assessed 4tt r,.
made a splendid! record as an able study FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI Legislature. -

and safe legislator.! One of the most Bible verses,. A to F. $8.00 instead of $6.00. Hogs to be am 'candidate for County Commissioner As the next two months will be '

that will come Song. assessed. at 50 per cent of their valu- with I not be-
important measures from District No. .3, subject very busy ones me may,
will be Roll call and of dues.' ation. They had called a meeting of <*
beforethe .next legislature payment to the action of the Democratic! able to dee all of the voters person
f the ratification of the National prohibition Also name African missionary at the various county boards of the state primary. ally. but .your support in the coming-
amendment and Mr. Bryan's roll call. Mizpah. with a view of proportioning the bur- -
APRIL 5 1918 JOHN PARTIN primary will be highly appreciated.
den of taxes'fOK the
well known sentiments on ,this question whole state, and and if nominated and elected I shall ,

1 gives him a strong advantage METHODIST CHURCH also urged the tax assessors .to see FOR REPRESENTATIVE work diligently and faithfully to the

6th will be Liberty Day. over any;' other candidates Who may .Preaching at' 11 a.. m. and 7:30p. : to it that the Ux dodgers pay their I best of ability in the serviceof
April offer. m. Morning subject; "The Gloryof proper share of the taxes. He said hereby announee'mysef] a candidate very my
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of Osceola
the and
candidate to a Great Mystery). Evening sub. that tax dodgers were in the same for Representative in the Leg people county
soldiers cheered W. C. Bass is a succeed .
j The American the state of Florida.
'"The Brotherhood of Man.". class with "slackers." in fact islature from Osceola County, subject '
-himself member of the ject, they
as a
told to
.when they were they were to the Very respectfully
action of the-Democratic .
Wednesday at 7:30 were the same thing and that these
battle school board. Mr. Bass ,has held this Prayermeeting
that
take in the mightiest N. C. BRYAN.
part will be incharge of the Senior I I people stood in the of the effortsof primary. FRED M. BAS
the world has ever seen. Isn't that position for so long and has made p. m., way "-. .
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like our boys such a good record that he will probably Epworth League Miss Helen Bass, the tax assessors who were trying

just be re-elected without opposition. leader. Come to these services and to get an' equitable and just assess- .

So Important is the castor bean E. L. D. Overstreet announces his enjoy a .refreshing from the Lord. I i ment for the'whole state. He also I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS jI' J
J. D. stated that speculators who
4 crop to the government that growersof candidacy for re-election as county Sibert pastor. place an ,

castor beans are not likely to be commissioner from district No.1. :; unjust valuation upon their lands .
John Partin is a candidate for.county WEEKLY REPORT OF ''should' be BO taxed as to force themto FOR PAT Furnished
1 drafted until after the crop is harvested B-ONR EMERSON TYPE. FOR RENT- rooms opapartments
the advices from Washington commissioner from district No.3, THRIFT STAMP SALES sell at a just valuation. That lie WRITER. MODEL. THREE.. VIS- for light housekeeping.
so now represented by J. K. Hilliard. had served as tax assessor in this IDLE. AS GOOD AS NEW Apply In modern convenient house, close In. .
n say. lit South Vernon Ave. tf Mrs* K. K' Wells, Real Estate and Insurance .
J. II. Lancaster of Bartow, an Osceola- Hardware Co. -______-,_. 37 state for nineteen years. lIe further lit Mabbette Bt. Phone Hi.

his for StateAuditor __ .. 9 stated if the tax dodgers be made to ..
Three days on which to show your nounces candidacy H. C. Stanford nn.n __. WANTED TO BUY-Porch chairs: also .

colors:. April 6th, the beginning of in this issue. Reed Baking Co. __nn____!?._. 1 pay their share of the taxes of Flor. torch sIng Phone 202. FOR both BALK of CJt bungalows Ar-1 Intend right to Belli

Wenner-Sawyer Co. ___ _______ 36 ida the local rates will be reduced. my away.
\ the third Liberty Loan; May 20th, u FOR RENT: On or about for It you are Interested In a real bargain -
Red Cross ,begins another campaignfor STATE DAIRY SPECIALIST Bon Ton Hat Shop ___...______u 14 B. A. Patten, who resides near about six-months log house May ,1st.opposite write to ma about them or call:

$100,000,000 and on June 20th MASS'MEETING Floyd's Store _______________-_ 10 Loughman asked the board for infor. club houne. ('..oll'RI 1".tI'hn I InKliujlmmee. to see me. The Currie residence l..

when business men pay excess profit ADDRESSES C. W. Griffin ___u_;________-_ 16 mation td the status of the petition Telephone 27. 1S-21 a located nice six-room on Verona cottaire.I
Co. ___ .. '40Cornel' recently granted for a road from northwest .
Southern Express It"oodCaralC", nice lawn, excellent
tax. nu. FOR *
Miss :May/ Morse state dairy HAL.):-Iletnll lumber yard an.1n..It
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specialist Drug Store ?___________ 6 corner of section 22-25-27, six ). vtuiks. Ho.xIK7, KlHsltnmee' flowing will. Price rlnht. The */ k
"After April the first out neighbors .f Tallahassee was in Kis- Prof. R. M. Evans ---__________ 127 miles to southwest corner; of section .'11.. ltf Red HunKiilow <'urnt'rInbh.Uo and f IFARMH11S
simmee Friday in the interests of
,W. B. Makinson Co. to amt. of $17.00 352527. lie said that he understoodthat
leave their ticks at home Senit ,
must todav for a free
says the department she represents and S. R. Fields LOST Seiond v.e. k In Mn r<'li. ISfootun sam
Sanderson Jewelry Co. ___ 41.f had presented a plat pie of the Florida Farmer and
the Leesburg Commercial "for wecan't invitation addressed un | nlnl i .'fl. rlat-hottnfm l row .liont.one copy
have them in the county." The by special? a Citizens Bank ____-_____?____ 42.00 showing corrections: he wished to pair Ott I'S /llId11"1,*. tope, an.lcluiln Ktorkman published at Jacksonville
meeting of the representativemen Tell altout livestock
mass rnlnlnir dairyItiB.
This decided make in the route. The board assured I : KOI attii from, :l1 i.i lkl1.ofi'H -
is )
; time la when Florida will be | a improvement over '
coming poultry citrus fruit and truck
the
and women at city hall on lmk, I'nvitdlMe '
Inland)
him that Hi
t'ui to
it
as corrections
last week. Hurrah! yet no had Inl twice month fine
freed from these which < At per yearthree -
pests are Mix ..
C
the subject of greater production of been made. < I nt I rnrudlKir i Inliiml I >
sucking the life blood of this Impart. dairy products in this section. W. B. Witherspoon Chairman. In the afternoon session S. R. J.'h'" dollar .,rwind ofTiKMl.. j,(-ifTiTOr'en I general yenrs for farming U"fI.I paper()ny Ilestorlcand In the.
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ant industry. James M. Jr. introducedthe state Wilt. todriyIlei
Willson ,
PieUds of ,
Lough man)' appeared and enameled 4-lenf .I" \'ei'
ii speaker with a few words, emphasizing made 'a strong protest against the pin with I PI-HI II I I In center. lt.." a'cI l If ,'tmul.i. n<.w, never occupied frond
April 4th was observed as Aviation ? the need of the need of the POTATO GROWERS WORRIED proposed route as set forth in above left Itt luzette' office. Hi-It six lot, built of best materials. Anyone

h Day at. Arcadia, when commercial. phasizinir the need of the movement OVER LABOR PROBLEM mentioned BULKY' KlHHlmmTto Interested In either of theso
petition and At'TO .
stated
SEHVICE
that a ,
bodies from all south Florida towns .rol'Hlt'a'with real Intention to buycall
in Kissimmee and the locality. Ht'('loi,.1, ,. .
portion of 'the route( was very seldom 10 a. ii 1 |i m. and 7:3dp. buy them I..,". below their value,
were invited to visit the camp and Miss Morse began her talk by expressing (Cor'tinuedfroin Page One) traveled and if the road Is built m. )'t. Clmnl to KlHHlmmee Sum. and arrange UNV rt-iisonalilo termst'hns .-.
view the sights. After that date a hesitancy to address a Kis- convicts would be available. in har. cording to the it ac. 12 m. and 6:SOp, m. (Central Iirun P l'oW% 21 Ko. Orange A e.
Camp Carlatrom was closed to visitors \ is. petition would cut Store, Klxxtmmee, Phone 41 ; Miirrne'H <>t'lanlO.l : Kl.i RtfDWFLM.Vas
tho potato .It expected -
simmee audience the cattle vesting crop. '
on >
question his farm in two an4 do him consid- l rutr Store st Cloud. Phone Ill I .
and the flyers will devote their when the city had long been that this labor power will be erable damage. He asked the board Residence 8t (Cloud phone OK. (',,re I! for rent. Apply to M. .
time in learning to fly for Uncle Sam. noted as a center of the cattle industry at least 60 per cent more efficient! to notify him when the road to for hire Halley traimfer, lttf Tllh'r.
was -
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.' | but that she would deliver her than free, negro labor. .be -
surveyed so that.he could be
3 The French soldier In the trenches present. !-
I message hoping. she might induce the Favor Selling Thru Exchange. The clerk

1 who is standing between you and the cattle men here to give greater attention . Mr. Curry presented the propositions write him and, give was him instructed the required to W. II. ARNOLD ALAN J. MAC DONOUGII .

I atrocities of the Huns has hcd his I to tho production. of dairy I to the association relative to its notice.A. .

bread ration. cut on account of the t cows. affiliation or co-operation with the ARNOLD
B. &
Havens of MacDONOUGH
nighman
scarcity of flour. What are the American There Is a scarcity of dairy pro. f Florida Citrus Exchange in market trot and then
/ objected
up vigorously to Mr.
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women going to do about it? ducts foIl over the stat, the speaker--ing the Kissimmee potato crop. Fields' proposition that Contractors '
stating the Engineers Architects
Continue to serve sandwiches at af. Kissimmee Potato As. ,
said probably due to the high cost of ((1)) That the petitioners wished the road to
ternoon teas and every society func. feed and she suggested that special sociation become a subordinate organization run DARLINGTON AVE.
CITIZENS
the
along BANK
section lines and BLDG.
lion or the ban of their not cut "t't
place disapproval attention e'J1iven to the productionof of the Florida Citrus Ex. diagonally across the a"i"
township to
on any refreshment containing. such crops as velvet beans andcowpeas change. - -- .
accommodate Mr Fields'
.. white flour. Now is the time for the 4 ,. which the state experiment. ((2)) That; the Kisslmmea'organiza" convenience. The '. dispute ,\
women to for-the show which side they are al farm had found to largelytake the tlon' make, acontract'withtho'; ( s" ex the:J;two i men,began to,.S get!rather: ( ':Alldogsjrunning; at .larjre in'I','' Tht Ojlnlr'That Doei Not Attest,the

French fighting soldier] Hun or" the. hungry place ofj graln.tshipped g herefromnortheritst.ateslLookingai change;bindings r all il*ho".:farmer members warmftlwhen Jthe JK board's t Gattent.ion lty' must*wear a I ollar,with;c the,li-, Decsuneof II. tonic sad laxative.etfect. I.AXA.

,;; 1 ; [ |the.>ques.| I to ship|tfli u \the]I exchange Hg! was'attracted byfjfM I-ee7\whpsaid;\% [ illagrattach(> "1/Pu/ : fm, T1VH Quinine BKOMOUtlNlNKii and doe. not ett..lha" "

Could ; : ;. 1 t'on'' from a*patriotic1 t>a*well*as'an !W!' ((3)) That' the f local f potato |assocIaJ'. must'get'a'speecih'off' his"mind or rEO.JW: ,* 5RSTREET.W nueing In hcsd?. Remember cause the nervousness full name."

anything have been'simpler economic standpoint the speaker said tion'a members make individual marketing : "bust. City Marshal. look, lor the lonature 01 li. W. GROVE. 'JUe.As

or more truly American than GeneralPershlngs I no article should be shipped here contract with the exchange.' Mr. Lee's proposition 'was that
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a
e statement to General Foch which can be substituted by a product The latter proposition was endorsedby bathing
place was absolutely
when he said "I come to say to you I grown at Jiome in order to relieve the the meeting; and the members Will for the people of Kissimmee.necessary lie-

that the American people would !hold railroads of their transportation be asked to sign the following con-
as said that if the
here
anybody wated'togo
it a great honor for our troops w'ere people are getting a little
much as possible. tract: ...... ... ., in swimming they had to tea to
they enegaged in the present battle. She emphasized the of .'.....- ,"u." ,."u..r.nr. , -
I ask it "of in importance i KI""I"":": POTATO (..IIOP.Ht Lake Conway in Orange county; lie
and in
you, name
that of the American my people. dairy products in the diet of children 'v".. the undersigned, potato growers stated that he and a number of other tired of looking at the old prices

especially, and exhibited a number of of KisHlmmee, Kin.. hereby .aarree to men were prepared to put up $1500.00 ,
"There is at this moment no other of the "prlnit ..
appetizing and nourishing dishes market mir potato crop if the
question than that of fighting. In of, 1918 through the Klorldn (Mtrim I lOx- county would give $500.00 am- I offer
made of
which for.
fantry artillery, aviation-all that we cottage cheese could ehsngtunit agree to pay Bald FlorliliiCitrus that they would rect n fine 'bathing Saturday only a few
be used ns a substitute for meat. '
1.'hanlC"> the sum of Twenty1)oliars pavilion ton the East lake and a lunch
have are'yours to dispose of them as Mis* Morse denounced the cattle I2UOO) |n r cur for Its ervieeeseept counter and tothcr conveniences. The
V you will. Others are coming which ( when < are sold In the
tick and told of the thousands of 'rVIM| board
appeared to think well of the SPECIALS
are aa numerous as will be fields)-It helnir understood. and :
I have to necessary. dairy cows that had earned the name Htrreed nil follows.Int. scheme, but on account: of the lack of
come say to you that the of "ten cup" cows largely from the That the price of Twenty tie funds
were compelled to turn it down.
American people would be proud to ravages of these pests. lars "20.t/
be engaged in the greatest battle in of selllnit mid potato crops, put Granulated lb. __ ____
She the information Sugar 09 Maxwell House
startling
gave 4 Coffee _
I history." 2nd. That the dally bulletin telegrams road leading to the proposed; site in _____ .30

I'I! _ _ _ _ that $1<(<),000,000 worth of'dairy pro- market leters, and other 'Information shape so that cars could travel it. (2'lbs.. to a person) '- Arbtirkle Coffee ______ _____ .22

I, Mr. A. U. Harvey brought a copy of ducts Florida were and said annually she felt shipped sure that/ Into if Irla Citrus will Exchange be furnished to Its by representative the .'101'. In the Circuit 4ourt for the Hev"'rl"" Y, Ib. Baking Soda .__u___- 04 Matches, S pkjrs. _____,_____ .25 ,.

the Sedalia (Mo.) Democrat to the nt Klimlmmee. for the use and Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida 1 Ib. Baking Soda ._ .08 Teco Pancake } 'pkll' '
Flour
these nu .__ .11
home
were produced at In ..
I Gazette office last every benefit of, those growers' who slim thisavrrement. and for Osceola County: In Chan- .
Monday, which community would, realize an increasein and to such growers will cerv. Knight &: Wall Company. complainant .
tells of a Red Crosa auction at his its prosperity. She reminded her also be given the services of It. Traffic vs. J. R. Uraves and OraraK.
old home Qraves. his wife and Emma F*. It Butter Saturday only __ ... .50 Corn Beef
t. town, Longwood Mo. The hearers too, of the rapidly decreasing and Claim departments leriil deportment 1' Hash, can ______ .13

articles] sold were donated by the citizens number of beef animals in the coun- .>f ,\h.auditors. entire, force and also of salesmen the 5crvices Campbell Mortgage. respondents Notice of saleS Foreclosure To J. R.of Graham Flour, 6 lb. sack n_- .44 Vienna. Sausage can........ .10 ,

of Longwood and consisted of try and suggested that a movementto and..Insr-et tors In the market. Graven and Orace E:, Graven his wife, Florida Cane Syrup, gal. .... 1.00 Cream of Wheat, pkg. ______ .24 '
farm produce, pigs canned fruit, Srd Thfit each packsire (whether and Emma: F. R. Campbell and all .. ,
materially increase the Western
Flour : Pork
productionof Self-rising lb. ___ __
.7tt
Chaps
(
fancy work etc. Thirty bushels of barrel crntx or bag shall be marked whom It may concern. Notice la hereby u every
seed corn brought $75; 10 of the nation's meat supply could not with the name of .Its owner and grade given by the undersigned that theundersigned Lord Calvert 1 Coffee -------- .34 Friday and Saturday u__. .35 .
pounds begin too soon. of potatons. rind! a complete manifestof a. Special Master heretofore Whole Hams, Armour's Star
honey sold for $15 ;a half bushel of Miss Morse's talk interestingand each shipment or 'carload shall be appointed In this cause will on Yale Coffee ________nu- __ .39 Sliced .35 "
red apple brought 25 was the Rule Day In May, 118 namely the Ham lb. -_______--__ .40
cents eaoh,, and instructive from furnished promptly to the Florida Citrus White Bacon best Ib.__ .34 Tohet
(beginning to Sth of -- -- Paper 6c six
day said month, for
other with the bill between the ____ .25
Exchange, together
I. many donate articles brought propor end and was well received by .her of In price. The net results of the hearers. 4th. That the sales of potatoes will and I p. m, offer for sale and sell to Breakfast Bacon, lb. u______ .45 it lasts No. 1% _
ale cans ___ .16
aggregated $580. Why not a be made either on track at shipping the highest and best bidder thereforfor Smoked Bacon ...__... .35 No. 2 71
.. Red Cross sale for KUsimmee. If it point. or In the markets or in the cash. Lot 4 of B. C. Miller's Subdivision ---- Cans _______...._..... .20 _.;. ..
were advertised RESTRICTIONS PUT ON PARCEL eldv; It being understood that the of lllock R of W. A. Patrick' Potatoes peck' -----...____. .45 No. 5 cans _______..____..... .50 .
\ panied properly and accom POST TO SOLDIERS IN FRANCEOn selling charm on all crops sold In the Addition Klsslmmee City, Osceola Coarse Grits, 5 Ibs. -_______ .30 No. 10'cans ... .95
by patriotic speeches aa was fields shall be $1000 for each two hun County Florida. This sale will be held Fine Grits, 5 Ibs u________ .30 Alaga Syrup-------n No. 2 ,
done in this Missouri town. we believe dred and fifty sacks, or each two hundred under decree 'of foreclosure heretoforeeniered cans n__ .20 4 f.
and after Meal bolted 5 Ibs. ____ __
1 .30
t Kissimmee would do as we'll. April 1918 parcels l.arro'a. In the above styled case and In u No. 5 cans ___________,__-. .55 ":
0OSCEOLA'S for members and individuals connected 6th. That the Florida Citrus Exchange accordance with the terms of said de- Meal, Waterground, 6 Ibs. __ ,30 No. '10 cans --.--_>-__._____. 1.10 "
with the American Expeditionary will furnish an exact account cree. Purchaser will pay for deed Lima Beans, 18c, 2 Ibs. _n" .35 Small Crisco .
_
_____ '
___.___ .45 ,
OUOTA OF THIRD This the Ith d.0' April A. D. 1818:
Forces in Europe shall be 0' sales for cacti and every sale made ) Navy Beans, 18c, 2 Ibs. .'_ .35 Medium
,
not accepted r>. P. Garrett. as Special Master In large _,.:...,_. .90 !
the -
by It showing gross amount paid ------
P' fl LIBERTY BONDS IS l $77.000 for mailing or dispatched unless for each shipment and an exact list Chancery In said case. Clarke Knightas No. 1 can Tomatoes, 3 for.. ..25Kellog's No. 10 _u_____________-___ 1.85 :

they certain such articles only as are of all Itemn rhnrffred against samo- counsel for complainant. IS-Ct Toasted Corn Flakes .11 Van Camp Milk' small _____. .07

Osceola's quota for the third Lib being cent ht the written request of It being understood that each shipperguarantees MASTER'S] itALIC!: Post Toasties ----v----_____ -..11Kellog's 3 cans -,_________________ .20
all
freight
(0' erty Loan is $77,000. This is a large tho addreese! approved by his regimental Individual shipment charges on his Notice is hereby given that In pursuance Krumbles ----_____ .10 Pet Cream same ____.-__.. .20
hare to award to our county. It will hig-hef That to a Final Decree. In Chancery, Shredded Wheat Biscuit ____ .13 Carnation
or commander an flth. the Florida Citrus Ex- Same ._________. .20
t necessitate very generous subscrip! executive officer of the organization: charge guarantees the collection of rendered by the Honorable, Jas. W. Sweet Feed 100 Ibs. n______ 2.75 Borden's same __________.__ ,20
Perkins. Judge of the Circuit Court of
tions all due from
by all of the residents of with-wJiich money sales consummatedby Oats, 100 Ibs. __ 3.70
the
he is -n Argo Salmon
connected.! the Seventh
: It or It. representatives.7th. Judicial Circuit of the best can ___. .28
county who can, by self-denial Alfalfa Meal ____ ______._
afford A. S. BURLESON That the sign,'re of this agreement State of Florida, In and for Osceola n 2.70 Pink Salmon .18
"- to lay by. little County. Florida the 27th Velvet Bean Meal ___ _____ --------------
-- money now. Postmaster General. when they have formed an association on day of n 2.50 24 Ibs. Pillsbury Flour
t Except aa the payment for the I may: become affiliated. with March. A. D. 1918/ln" the ca. of R. P. Little Joe Scratch Feed _____ 4.60 Per lb. _n_ 1.60
HaniM-n complainant. vs. Otis Hteven' ----__________ _. .07 1"
bonds the Florida Citrus Exchange Is
theyso --
.require anyone to dig into his COUNCIL MEETINGThe desire. and J. 0. Lanier defendants, that I, Kerosene Oil gal. -----_____ ,15 Smoking Tobacco.- .

r reserve. or to -assume obligations April meeting of the city 8th. That the book of the Florida as Bpeclal Master In Chancery, will on Thread spool __u__-nn_i .05 Prince Albert..___.._..___ .14
'I8 gainst the the First Monday In May the beIng
Palmetto
future no high degree; council Citrus Exchange ihall be open during same Brooms ---_______ .60 Velvet '
of patriotism is was an uneventful one, and budbows for the Inspection of the atl1 day of May, A. D. 1916, anda Mothers Oats ---------------------j
summoned in subscribing _______
little other legal sale ------ .12 Tuxedo ______
than the day, during the _____
usual numberof the signers of this agrettnent. Insofar leval _____.___ .10
,
to the ,
loan. The money tied bill. came up for consideration. as said books relate to the shipments hours Af sale, offer for sale and sell Best Creamery Butter ___... .55 U. S. ..-----:._.._.__.._..__ .05 .
tip brings 1-2 per cent per annum, A full of said signers. at public outcry for cash In hand, to Wizard Wash Soap, 8 bars .25 Sensation -
r attendance of the councilmen the bidder, ? ---- __ __..__ .06
willed is better than the banks highest at the front door Fancy Peaches --- --
grant were the .--_...____. .17 Stag ______.__
ordinarily present with F. H. Lawson of Court House, Kissimmee., Os __,__________ .05
upon savings accounts. ceola County, Florida, the Potted Meat can ---_____. .05 Timothy
presiding. following
This 1 ia the Hay 100_ .
'- The bonds Vill-be taken plan adopted by iheFanners' Beef Pork _________. 2.45 .
described real esrkte. and Veal Loaf
.
readily as situate In the can .15 Sweet ,
At tile ,
'W- collateral for loans and the loans conclusion of the meeting Union of Hastings into County of Oactola, State of Florida, Potatoes lb. ......._ .04
1- made upon such collateral will the newly elected officers were sworn which the potato growers of that.section described as follows: Begin Fifty (60)
run in and began or rather continued, I are) organized and 60 per cent of feet South of the Northeast corner of .
almost to the
par value of the bonds. their duties for the year, as all the .the members of which have contracted Lot One (I) of Block "M" of Bass' Everybody cordially invited. You '
.' There wilt be a steady market for the Addition to the Town of Kissimmee will 1 be treated right
.. men were succeeded by themselves to to market their potatoes thru the City
-h':, sale of the. bonds -and even on forced douthu thence 99
{ office with< the exception of Council- exdrtan .o feet: thence CO feet, thence aka :
5i Immediate sale they will]] bring very "1* feet thence North 60 feet
Taylor. to
man The April meeting will be on April the Cut Price
Ii:: dose to par, while if time to handle / place of beginning Cash Grocery
'11'.' tbem in tile regular way is afforded Get a peanut 11 at 7:30 p. m. Dated this Ind day of April. A. D.u. .
planter if
4"; they should you. are A private telegram from Ok -o- ..." .
1 always bring Thus
par. contemplating) an extensive bee W. B.
acreageof was read to the effect that It..h CRAWFORD VF
the subscriber is really not tying peanut It will eliminate much of potatoes 'Were celling ia that section Special Master. PHONE 141. -

... jpif t ..ib remote: ,; maturity date 'the expensive hand labor. KRIBBS .A /STEED, 422 BROADWAY.
/! . ._ at $7.50 per barrel I., o. b. Solicitor for Complainant. If-ft I, -

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THE KISSIMMEE'' VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY,_ APRIL 5, 1918. FIVE


"1 '( INTERESTING If The government Is ending 'a trainto ""'\ .. ""

I F LOCAL ITEMS the town on April 22nd.

Jergen'e Bath Tablets and Hard PROGRAM ;

Water Soap at Central Drug Store. *, "
..0..0000000..0000.0000 Seneca Cameras and Film at the
Ezra Stewart of the Shaker Colonynear 1
,
*
: CORNER DRUG STORE. St. Cloud, was in Kisaimmee Grays one Theatre '.
: I Weather \ W. B. Sadler, State. Bank Examiner, looking after business. "
i Report Monday, 1tIoxo. "\
spent Tuesday in Kissimmee. APRIL 8-13 '
Ask the soldiers who\ have been i; 41 mtJItIt
r e The Central's Nurse is valuable. there all about the trenches. April ; _
Look but for her next week. 22nd.C. .'''"., _

Following are daily temperatures '; See Helen Holmes in "The Lost'Ex- S. Acre was in from the Point "MAN AIIIMK(TrlanirlTIKSI1AV.THE
and .precipitations as re- press" at the Casino Saturday Monday, looking after business interests t I :

ported Klsstmmee by: Government fo- .be.week stationat ending S. S. Griffin motored down from at the county court !ihouse. \...1. 'I>._. !. 1 1See y
$rlando"Saturday on m. buaincsa mis Central's "A WI'J-\' \It OF OHI'JA' MS" Met.,
Look for the Nurse.
j Thursday, March 28; out .
Mac Mln. Rain sion.We She will appear in the paper next \VKn.NKSIlAY.KHIr . t
shall what the Germans have ttor.oa !
se week and every week thereaftr. "'
World
I
TIIHVA
.. Friday ____ ___83 68 got April 22nd... Roll Bass made a business 'trip to TIIl'HSDAY.Cirorire I

; ; ,Saturday' ?__...84 56 Mrs. M.. L. Mershon turned to Okeechobee this week looking after "'"
> 'Sunday .... _.87 58 her home in Ocala last week after a his large cattle interest in that coun 2.K.O: :: IS CLK\'Kft"FIIIDAV. r

Monday .. ____82 61 pleasent visit here with Mrs. C. V. ty. .
Bearden. "'."0""', Festers !> ?-1O ', lee. MeHKftSIH
; ; '1'ueeday82 54 Seeing Is believing; We shall know
Nyal's! Peroxide VadshingCream" anew the Hun for what he is when we se BAHHISCAL.HIn
| ; Wednesday _-..-82 '56 supply-.still 25c at Central Drug what he fights with, April 22nd. a magnificently staged ..cr..nvpr.lon Tliis Handsome
.
of C. Oardner Hulllvnn
Thursday _. ..83 58 Store.
John.Baisden member of the county -I powerful drama ..
OO 'O "oooooOOO"OOOO.. R. J. Patterson, of the State Tax school board from Whittier, was ''THOSH WHO IAY"A

Commission, was a business visitorin in town Monday for the regular April ( stupendous. Thoa H. Ince Jacobean Oak
the city'Monday, in the interest of meeting. o Production.) Dining .

,Jap Rose Soap for sale 'by- Central his office. I C. W.'Griffin and family have returned A gripping dramatic, .the thunderbolt.most absorbing The moat and

Drug Store. :' FURNISHED ROOMS, $4.60 and from Miami where they have the rtiont thrilling story ever told In x
i'ts
\ ,i County Agent B. E. Evans is ill 'at $5.00 a month. Mrs. W. H. Farmer, been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stanley pictures Room Suitin
his home on Mabbette street., 9 'West Mitchell\. St.. 16tf Bullock. Also'>ell ".''' ... and Alfred. walt-
na. In '(A'VAlUlf OF"TIIIC.
Seneca Cameras and Films at the Mr.. and Mrs. W. M. Skinner spenta Commissioner J. K.-Hilliard. was in 'OIt"'IT'!' '' HAN4.KHBV. Vlt.

., CORNER DRUG STORE. very pleasant week 'end with their town Mondcy for the regular meet. HAT1TRDAT
" : B. A.:Patton was a business visitor nephew and his wife Mr. and Mrs. E. ing of the bard. of county commissioners A Triangle Feature our show window consistingof
','. from Loughman Monday looking af. C. Carver, of Orlando. "1 ..O"E 1017" TriangleA ,

ter Interests at the court house. 0 They can .tell us what we want to The many friends of Dr. Meigs, Trlnnele Comedy and the .third
episode' of.Helen Holme In China Closet
Buster Brown Hose for all know know about war, those officers andsoldiers who has recently been ill rt the Gray. Buffet Dining
. THt8 LOST t):!(Pit tlS"Coming
who will fee here April 22nd.
what they are. F; 11. Lawson. stone will\ be glad to see him around 4
E. L. D. Overstreet of the Shingle again in his usual health. next week .
Leon Fennell was home from Camp "CONE TIIHOlfill"; Table Serving Table and 'six I
Wheeler the first of the week on a Creek section, was present at the Mrs. Ben. J. Faulkner, who has ,
meeting of the board of county commissioners the with her daugh. .
spent past
furlough for a visit I with the home year '
I folk,.. Monday. ter, Mrs. V. W. Edwards, leaves 'to Chairs.
April 22. 'Remember the The program at the Casino Saturday day for Nashville, Tenn.. where she. KISSIMMEE AND ST. CLOUD *
Monday
,
e includes a splendid feature in! will spend the summer with her eon RUNNING A CLOSE RACE
date.W. the Triangle' "Betty Takes a Hand." She will return to Kissimmee in No
H. Tunnlcliffe, vice-president of It's a beauty-Price $150
vember.Mr. .
E. of St. Savings
Clouu: Contractor C. Carleaon The sale of War and IS
f
Bank St. Tuesday
the spent
businesr in Kis Cloud, who is connected with the Peninsular and Mrs. J. H,. Morton and lit- Thrift Stamps to April 1st has now
.: attending to matters & tle daughter Arteane who/ have been '
" Engineering Contracting ; reached the total of $11,814.80 ih Os- ,
simmee. Company, was in town on business spending the winter at Tampa, were ceola county. The sales Jergen's Soaps-the kind that Monday. the guests of their old-time friends, postofficea are as folows:

" ": pleases. For sale by Central Drug Wish to call the attention of the Mr. and. Mrs. J. 11. Eby, spending tho Kissimmee ______ ___.1____$6,003.95 im-GRANTHAM,

Store. ladies. I am now handling Silk Dress week end here while en route for St./Cloud _________u.______ 5,508.04
County Commissioner B. 11. Guy ofKenansville good quality Taffeta at $10.00; good their home in Bucyrus; Ohio. Deer Park ____.__---?.__-___ 104.63
was -a visitor In the city silk Poplin at $7.60. F. II. Lawson. Mrs J. F. O'Berry of Roiinwn< visi- Kissimmee Park uu______ 104.46 THE SATISFACTORY STOBEKISSMMEE -

Monday attending the April' meetingof S. R. Field a' prominent citizen of ted in KiEsimmee Tuesday and Wednesday Narcoosspe __u ____ ___u. 85.54 ' FLA. ;
the board. Loughman, attended the April meet.. of th's week, then left for MI- Kenansville __u ____ __u 8.28 j i ,

Watch for announcement of date off |Ing of the county commissioners Monday ami. She was accomponied by her Lokosee ____ u__ ______ __ .00 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, "
,t .y our Brunowick Phonograph demon-. and looked after other business! daughter, Mrs. Henry Aultman, and 'j I
station. CORNER DRUG STORE. interests. grandaughter, Jackenetta, and Mrs. $11,814.80 -

Walter Lanier, member of the Don't be worried with mosquitoes. R B. Savrgc The party will visit relatives 'Kissimmee and St. Cloud are run- I 4I
school board from Campbell Station Nyal's Mosquito Lotion and Cream in that city for a week or ten i ning a close race: and the figures are r

attended the regular monthly meeting will make them "hump." For sole by days. changing daily. Narcoossee has I y

Monday. Central Drug Store. Mr. and Mr?. C. T. Nye, of Putnam, shown a nice increase since the last -- - -- --- ,-- ----

Observe the German saw-edge bayonet Mrs. E. E. Wells, of the Valley Gazette 111., and their brother, F. J. Nye and report; Deer Park and Kissimmee. their armies. Properly cared for soldiers said he was, satisfied it was ground t
-it 'is forbidden by the rules of force, is attending the' annual sister, Miss Alice, from Preston, 111.\ Park are doing fine. Kenansville make hard fighting armies. glass.. '
22nd. State who are among the regular winter seems to be at a standstill, while Lo.. Richard Bullock found piece of
war. April meeting of the Press Association When you loan your money' to the a
Achias Bass of St. Cloud was in attendance at Deland, Daytona, and New residents of Kissimmee, left Tuesday kosee has not yet made a start. government you put it to work to glass in some victory biscuit this;
'I\ on his duties as county commissioner Smyrna this week for their homes. The party 'have The statement furnished by the local win the war, for that dollar will helpto week,.large enough> to be-plainly vis !
of
made many friends in Kissimmce who committee chairman Kissim buy the clothes the guns, and the ible to the eye. r
the meeting ,
Monday at April Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Atwood and
Ai; of the Board. daughter, Miss Grace, leave Mondayfor will look forward. with pleasure to mee last week showing sales made by munitions that our armies must have.It Mr. Pledger stated to ,.a representative ;
merchants noted with interest
their next fall. was ; the
return
: may be used to buy the motor of this paper, that substancewas
11 I FOR RENT-Furnished flat with their home in Chelsford, Mass., In a few days we expect to put on and it is hoped that this report will trucks, engines, and ships that are thought to be contained in the
W. B. Harris after spending their second in I
i to modern improvements. season
the largest Phonograph demonstration be continued and that more names is a patriotic dollar.\ cornmeal used as a flour substitute. i
Gazette office. 14-tf Kissimmee.\ They expect to return and display ever seen in Kissim :: will appear In the active selling list. Buy War Savings and Thrift im

,),, County Commissioner J. K. Hilliard next, fall.Pauline.. mee. The BRUNSWICK machine, on Professor Evans of the Kissimmee Stamps. f m
who has been visiting the Kissimmee Frederick} who appears at competitive demonstration, has been school is doing very effective work in D. G. WAGNER
folks farming at Capo Sable, returned the Casino tonight is a daughter of proven to be the best and handsomest the . home 'Sunday. Col. Andrew Johnson, who lived here the different grades
\ machine on the market, at a cost of among ; prizes Savings Committee.
George Walsh a Kissimmee favor- and practiced law. The 'Voman'sClub about 20% under other standard have been offered to the winners of FLOYD'SCash.Grocery

ite will be seen at the Casino next which has done so much for makes. Get a Brunswick and own the' the Junior Four Minute Men speaking Stumpy land is costly to cultivate.It .
Thursday'In The Kid Is Clever." Kissimmee, is to have a benefit fron' best. CORNER DRUG STORE. contest and suitable certificate will-be ties the otherwise progressive

T. B. Gilleoie, of tho Alabama tickets sold by them today. Dan Prescott, of Pinecastle, spenta furnished. also. farmer to tho one-Jiorse cultivator
,: Paving Company, was among; ,the visitors Mr. and S. J. McElwain returnedto few :hours here. Wednesday, mingling It is expected St. Cloud will inaugurate when he could be doing twice the .
.to the county court house Monday their home in Dayton. Pa., this with 1m old Kissimmee friends. a similar contest. work with a two-horse implement. i
transacting business. week. The other members of the par Mr. Prescott accompanied by his Kissimmee, Fla., April 3rd 1918. 1

-S. 'lyo\l'I1're troubled with mosquitoes ty from Dayton, Mr. and Mrs. Galla- nephew Ordia Baxley, son of the late The third Liberty Loan' will soon ADVERTISED LETTERS Barley Flea,. lb. ________. .09
\ gher and .Mr.,and'' Mn.11 C."A1, Carson be launched, and it l is expected that it Corn Flour. lb. __________ .09
relieve withlmosquitoremediesjiCentral C.M.' enlisted in theNavy'
let,,us know*:'.jWe, can you ,..Baxley,,who I Following Is the list of uncalled,for
will,remain I ;two,JweeksilongeriJftjffand /!/!{ will l stimulate the sale of War: Savoings
\.' DrugStore ''MrJfa.nd tMrsiS.tJjTriplet.t, f sometime,ago and ,is. now, con. and Thrift 'Sta.mps-wo are letters remaining In the postoffice at Irish Potatoes, peck IS' Ibi__ .40
and/i1t
mMm s' \ ticsedrattNcw1LondontCennl ;i sta-t strong for,,,bo trt> means of :financing Kissimmee, Fla., for the two weeksendingtApril Creamery Butter .'____,___ .s 5 .
1M rsS!Ed I George i'and|thej latter'sBister 4> ? t ; ?
citizen Young
well known ,
A?|BjHa] ens a the" \l5,1918I': : !::';"t"u :
'of'Loughman; was'a buamess-vwitor ; -nlL.of'St.'Cloudpassed.lhroughKissimmee BaxJey- has"made-frequent'trial: trips War government Savings amTThftft for"war"purposes Stamps are: Edwards, Prang (2); Barton, L. C.; SwiE '. Premium Oleo *_''_____ .35

in Kissimmee Monday looking after I Wednesday morning on in submarines and likes the exper especially designed for the small investor Branzey. Willie; Britt, Mrs. W. H.; Swift's Lincoln Oleo ______ .30
the court house. their way to Deland to attend the an- ience. Cason J. H. Harst Miss Lile
interests at May
is ; ;
It to
nual hiecting of the State Press As easy save a penny, a Kream Knap ________25 & .3$
Are you run down and need a Mrs. Mann, wife of tine Bishop of nickle or a dime. When you have 25 Jones, Mrs. Lizzie; Lee, Mrs. Mamie; ,
tonic? Try our Nux and Iron tahltes. sociation.Mr. South Florida and the Diocesan President cents you can buy a Thrift Stamp Malloy, E. J.; Reddick, Miss Cora; Crisco ____________.35. .50 1.00
Result guaranteed. CORNER DRUG and Mrs. H. W. :Mcetch )left of the Woman's AuxiliarY'' to and wlhen you have your Thrift card Tyner, P. S.; Woard, William. Picnic Shoulders, lb. ...... .29 i
STORE. Tuesday for their home in Harrisburg Missions, accompanied by DerconnessPark full you can buy a War Savings B. B. SIMPSON,
Everybody should hear Wyatt Tay- Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Meetch ire hi H, Mrs. LaRue Bliss and Mrs.J. Stamp; it is a baby Liberty Bond Postmaster Beat Salt Pork; lb. ________ .34 >

.' ,' lor's free lecture at the Christian among Kissirnmee's most highly appreciated J. Bridget!!I. also officers of the backed up by the government, anfl, BEWARE OF GROUND GLASS 1 Vienna Sausage _-____.__- .10 t
If winter resident, and their above organization, motored from Or. teaches the need of saving and pro-
church next: Monday will miss night a treat.Jergen's you many friends v ill look forward to lando on Tuesday Inst to visit the vides an ertsy' way of saving a* well ,Beware of ground glass is the Potted Meat _____._______ .05

stay away you for sale Central their retuin next season.R. guild of St. John's church, and each as a safe investment, and ,it repre- counsel of Food Administrator: : Pledg Round Can Sardines __'..___ .13
Soaps by G. Ha fey and family leave Kis- gave an interesting address\ \ pn their sents money that I is loaned to the er, who has in his, possession samplesof
Drug Store. Bath Tablets, Violet work which Large Mustard Sardine ____--.12
simmee tomorow for their home in own special was greilj" government. It has been said that bread which seem tocontain a

Glycerine, Hard Water, Woodbury'sFacial Lake View, Mich., and will stop in appreciated by those pr sen., and will one War Savings Stamp will feed a quantity of this substance. Tall Salmon _____________ .20
and! Pumice. The best for use, be an inspiration to their future soldier for more than a week. The The family of E. G. Vans Agnew
Baltimore Md. and Mich.
,: We call attention to the "Strengthen while enroute., )Ir. and Detroit Mrs. Hafey, .work. war will be won largely by the abilityof discovered it in some home-made Granulated Sugar _________ .10

'1\\ America. advertisement in this have spent several months in the city Mrs. Stella\ Donegan has receive 1 the allied nations to feed' and equip bread and notified Mr. Pledger, who No. 5 White Karo Syrup ___ .50
'11 issue furnished us by Prof. R. M. information from
her Muito
son; :
and expect: to return next season. No. 10 White Karo ..95'No.
Evans. It is good reading matter. Givens, who has been for a long time .Syrup_.

,'. } Mrs. F. P. May and her' that brings to the Central Drug Storeon
cal Co. stationed
Broome who have at Indianapolis,
Miss Mattie May, Saturday, June the fifteenth the Ind., that he has been recently No. 10 Dark Karo_________ .95
;, been visiting M. S. May and family pro-
'J of this city, left Wednesday for their largest number of pictures of theCentral's moted, and is now manager of the Pure Ground Coffee ___....__ .20
Nurse cut from the Kissim-
Chicago branch of that '
home in Quincy. mee Valley Gazette will receive on salary of $260 a month and concern, at a Good Green Coffee ______._ .18

'1'1 Mr. and Mrs. Alex Remington Smith June the twentieth, a five dollar bilL Musto was born in Kissimmee expenses.and Lipton't Yellow Label M
_.A_ _
N. residence
have rented C.. Paver's
Start next week. For further information his childhood days here and
spent ,
.1; on Mabbette street for the summer see us. Central Drug Store.* Ills many friends will\ be glad to hear Skinner's Macaroni _______ .10

and moved in and began liouockeep- Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Paver left this of the fine record he is making in the Skinner' Spaghetti ___.;,___ .10
-, ing on Wednesday. week for their home in Cincinnati, business world.J. .
Mr. rend Mrs. Angus Campbell, who Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Paver are amongour H. Lancaster, of Bartow, candi- Large size Egg Noodle .... .40Ryion

'I w are among the winter visitors here, best known visitors in Kissimmee date for State Auditor, spent Tuesday Bakinf'Powder ___,.. .33
Jj left Wednesday for their home inMonataba who regularly spend their winters at in Kissimmee CAR
getting THE UNIVERSAL
acquaintedwith
Small Sliced! Peaches ______ .12
_
4l-- Canada.: Mr. and Mrs. their pretty bungalow on Mabbette the voters and building up his

$ Campbell expect to return next fall street and their return next winter political fences Mr. Lancaster servo S.redded'Vhe _____-____ .13

' Mrs. Sarah Prevatt was called on will be anticipated with pleasure by ed as county tax assessor of Polk Large Size Apricots _______ .25
their fnends. We desire advise
many the of Ford
,{ Wednesday night to the bedside of county for eig'itt years, and three to owners
. her son. Private Jennings F. Prevatt, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hart have purchased years as State Pure Food Inspector, No. 2 Blue Ridge Peaa _____ .14

r at the base hospital atCamp John the Charlie Thompson residence the latter giving him a state-wide Cars that Mr. E. A. Lancaster is now in No. 2 Hag Braad'Peas _____ .15 ,
Jacksonville\ who Is critically corner Penfield avenue and ,
ston, acquaintance with prominent business
7" ill with' pneumonia. Randolph street, and are making ex- men. He states that he is receiving charge of our Repair Department.It No. 2 Soaked Pea _.______ .08 .

r Mr. i.nd Mrs. A, R. Brink returned tensive improvements on the proper encouragement in his ra e Mince Meat ______-:______ .10 /,
to their homo in Clarence, Iowa, Wednesday ty. Mr. and Mrs. Hart are highly from all over tho state, and fees sure l Is most important when Ford Car Lima Bean
requires .18
pleased with Kissimmee and its peo- your ______,-_____.
after spending several months he will be elected. Mr. Lancaster'sannouncement
here. Their son, Roy, who is employed ple and expect: to make their permanent will te found in our chanical attention 'that you place It in charge of Navy Beans __..._..______. .19

<< in the Central Drug Store, will re- home here. Mrs. Hart will\ leave announcement column on another the authorl'.ed Ford dealer because then you are No. 2 Sliced Pineapple __ .24
for :
Sunday Detroit to
Michigan,
main in the city indcflnatcly. page of this Issue. ,
A. Joiner and Mr. dispose of some property interest sure of having repairs and replacements made with Seeded Raisin ___________ "-.15 ,

, and Mr.Mrs.and Verner Mrs. W.Ellis were a pleasant this there place and, will while\ ship Mr.their Hart furniture will remain to THOSE WHO PAY genuine Ford-made materials by men who know all Celery Salt ______________ ,12 f/elf'
,
1- party Saunders'and spending Sunday wife at their with here to look after the improvementsnow Crowded with pathos and frills about Ford cars. So bring your Ford to us wheresatisfaction Onion Salt ______ ,12

home George Lake. They being made. and possessing finish In production I is guaranteed Prompt, efficient Walker's Hot Tamales .10
J. on Alligator report characteristic of all Ince ser __:__
. big subjects,
Harper Casler of Mi1. and Mrs.
health.Mr. Saunders. greatly improved in M. D. Casler, was, son home last week on "Those Who! Pay" announced as the vice at all times and Ford cars if you wish to buy: Walker' Chili COB Cane .. .12 .

Any child under fifteen years of a 124th furlough.Infantry He band is a and member of the second States Exhibitors'special release Booking of the Corporation United Runabout $435; Touring Car $450; ,Coupelet $560; Durkee's Salad DreaaUg ____. .33 ".\

age is eligible to earn the $5.00, offer. interesting facts connected gave with some the will be shown for the first timein Town Car $645; Sedan $695; ,One-Ton Truck Chassis Green, Seal Salad Dreasuis_. .30 q

ed by the Centrat' rug Store It will recent contest when this band won a this city at the Graystone theater $600 all f. o. b. Detroit. Premier Salad Dreuinf and .35 ';:
be given away on June the twentieth. cash prize together with the distinction on Friday, April 12th.
Contest close June the 15th. They of being pronounced .the best- Starring Bessie Barriscale in a role Log Cabla' Syrup ,_______ ..2S'APple 4
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will gladly give you further informa* band in the Dixie division. After the that suits her inimitable talents per Sauce _-_________.. ;.10 t
tion. See them. first contest some to fectly this subject is of the OsceolaMotor
dispute arose as one .15
,
Red Snapper Safece_.____
Mr. Webb B_ Hill, who has had the fairness of the decision ,and the strongest dramatic productions ever "
charge of the Baptist choir at Miami 124th band agreed to another contest, created at the Ince studios in Cali. Sweet Feed ___________-_ 2.75
during the winter, wilting at the which they'also won and are now undisputed fornia. There ,is a thrill in nearly 307-9 Broadway, Kissimmee -
First Baptistchurch in this city next owners of the prize and the every foot. Pathos and. heart Interest:
Sunday morning and evening. Mr. honor. Earl Morrow, son of Mr. and abound and over all 1s the wonderful FULL. -.LINE. OF, FRESH" MEAT ,
Hill Is a tenor singer and his home Mrs. H. W. Morrow, and Ward Estey, technical finish 'that makes ThomasH. PHONE, 17..-- ,
.U in New York. II. was in. Klssrfnv are also members of the .band from Ince one of the leading directorsof &: '\
jwee- three. years ago. )\i: Kissimmee. the Jay :.oJi'J (,

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;' as far as health Is concerned!, there
RUMINATIONS OF REX Is no local cause for dlseaso, of any NEW ORDERS FOR GROCERS
( J kind. Direct violation of the laws of FINANCING THE WAR AND MEAT' MARKET MEN THE QUALITY OP .

will sickness for I
nature produce / i918.: M PITS Wt StU. .
which atmospheric causes do not ex. March 28,
On one of the meatless days our ist;. By MRS N. Mi G. PRANG To the Wholesale and Retail Merchants \S BETTErXTHAOUfX t4 ,
cat caught a bird. She brought jt to Handling Mill Feed
the At John Drawdy's all are well. Miss : WORDS 5 ; .
down
and laid it on
house
front the porch and rubbed against vs. Dora can assist'in the housework, but As I am writing the great German Not only do such! supplies serve a Gentlemen: I am advised by the CAN TELLi uau
Federal Food Administrator for Florida
Mr. Acree's useful family are IU'I offensive U being made. It has not most essential I -
invitation to in the
actual
We thought this a polite part warfare -
| that until further notice the ruling
Miss Martha has ;eft I ,
represented.
help ourselves but just as we reachedout as yet been reported ,as seriously at- but think of the difference in I 11\ .
for a few days and Miss Zell Acre has affecting the margin of profit on \
tacking the American before w.
a'hand to pick It up, she looked sector but the spirit of the men when they have
mill feed Is suspended.
taken her Rig, hearty
Up at us with an ugly grin, bowed place. grood- these lines are read many of 'our ''concrete evidence of the :folks at home
natured Nolan don't think much of his boys and their English and French' t There will be new orders made in
her back and raised her paws as standing behind them
up supporting
little sister for size but otherwise" he regular course covering this point,
comrades will -have done all for their OC
much. to say,' you go back to your considers her one of the finest thingsin them, encouraging them caring. for that will more agreeably- the situation .
and the civilization
old law book and let my dinner alone. country world's them. in a live shoulder-to-shoulder
the world. and allow a reasonable margin
The government estimate of the When last heard from Mrs. Charlie, could they ever have can be do.saved How many had ,, even of them one ', way. Cheers for the flag are empty of profit. ' <.f. THERE ISNT ANY ONE WORDor

value of live stock in the United Prevatt and her boy were doing well. unless real work goes with them. The
more ship carried its cargo across the 1 combination of words 'in
States-$7,042,727,000; this includes Rex, while at Mr. Joe Smith's had. Seal How of those now lying i upraised hand in salute should 'also NEW ORDERS AFFECTING any
hones; mules, cattle, sheep and hog*. the pleasure of meeting Mr. Funk, a'' wounded could.many have received better reach down to the depths of. the pock the English or foreign languagesthat
GROCERIES AND FRESH MEATS
lands about 19 billion dollars etbook. .\ will anywhere near describing M
Farm close neighborand one of the best care? What changes would there come .. ;
and money enough to build a city the farmers our ,county affords, as the have been in the future of those left It is not easy to many' of us. I am I' .-' -Kissimmee-.-- Florida. the goodness of the meats T

eiz of Kissimmee out of'pure coin. splendid crop he is making 'prove's.Their at home possibly in the world's history not urging this investment of money I To the Retail Markets and Stores of we sell. so we're simply advising
Rex has been crop reporter for the kindness and ever ready help for often just a little.added with the idea that all my readers oj Osceola ,
>'
; County: '
S. Agricultural Department for a ,has them both. large 'proportion have you to make a purchtse here put >
U. ing hand endeared to strength' means victory at far less even a easily Gentlemen: The order made by the
number of years and has exercised his Peter Savage continues on the telephone cost or even victory instead of defeat available money, for the third Liberty undersigned on March 19th forbid it on the flre-'and let your dinner :. I

best judgment in procuring details, '' line, which keeps him, away Bond issue. I realize the past tw ding the sale of all fresh and cured time enjoyment tell the' story.. We

but is satisfied that he has come far from home most of the time. It ap- Did .you buy of the first and second ,' years have been trying in many way beef and pork and products, in hereby think, that's pretty good I idea. '
short of reporting all'the cattle, and pears that those he is working with issues of Liberty Bonds? Have you and that many of us have had to meet l suspended for the of making .

furthermore he considers the thingimpossible have a car of the company's to them paid for them, or,did you merely pay i! greatly increased living expenses with a new order in keeping purpose with the ---.-

and'presumes that the selves and they move from place to 'the dollar down'wear the button and !!I reduced incomes. It is hard, I realize supply ''of such food products. ,i. ,
same trouble is.to be met within all place as ordered. I it but what must'also realizeis '
we
\ let your bank carry the burden? Your At Kissimmee, Florida March 28, City Market :
parts of the country. We rememberone Well Mr. Editor, Rex is of the answer will show .whether you have aright that limitations of all nonessentials 1918. .. MILTON PLEDGER, EAU'

year in particular-when the enumerator opinion that you will 'think it, about to say ,"our troops" and "our and many of the 'essentials are Food Administration. Osceola, ." '. ,

reported forty-eight thousand time this article, was brought, to: a boys." 'What have you done, anyway. coming to us. It is impossible 'twin County.
head of cattle, while on the as close. There other ,
are things about to earn an interest in the flag we all this war without the whole Am
sessor's books there were only thirty- which we could tell. but will let matters revere' and claim ? Give an honest erican public feeling its burden, and f- "
six thousand, and said assessor rest till next week. feeling it I GROW. YOUR OWN EGGS
'J
answer yourself.. We are nil soused keenly. urge prompt action
y ____
thought he had done well in getting NEW WINDLE
/ to the flag protecting us, many as an economical and practical 1J;!
.
three-fourths. ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET.. have as yet failed! to grasp the idea handling of the situation both'" as' to One'phase. of food production in

Triplett has certainly turned loosean SPECIAL 'REPORT. that now. RIGHT NOW, is the time men and to money 'It is fa *.e88ier to which the town man can play a partis i, HOTEL'Jacksonville

avalanche of invectives on the I. to put forth every effort to keep that keep at the height.,of efficiency, build- that of raising poultry for eggs!: ..

,the common council of St. Cloud. Do National Stock Yards, Illinois, flag supreme in all it represents ing stronger and surer day by day While eggs are not looked upon as a

right or stand from under, has always March 26, 1918. liberty, justice, chivalry, humanity- than to recover from 'reverses that commodity which can be shipped to Florida -
been his motto, and if he fails ---- advancement in everything beet and might have been prevented by. prompt supply our military forces they do 'go ;:

to purify the political atmosphere in TODAY'S RECEIPTS: Cattle 4700 dearest to the human race. realization of the needs at hand. far toward reducing the consumptionof
that city, he'll be found trying. meat at home. And meat js Complete, )Modern Screened.' J.
41
Hogs 17,000, Sheep: 400. Whether or not we have in the past The dollars given now save men .[
Our' weekly visit to Mr. Joe Smith CATTLE: In spite of the fact that done our duty as American citizens, and equipment instead of replacing prime necessity for shipment. Outside Rooms.. In heart of

found that gentleman in a weakened the steer trade has shown an Irregular there is work now awaiting us.The them speaking merely as of war machinery In recommending that formers and. City.: Convenient to everything. ;.'
condition. Ills faithful wife is doingall like it did last < town people keep a small flock of
tendency -week i[ situation does not warrant calculation but can our men be "replac "
that can be' done to alleviate his chickens the University off Florida. Send for booklet.
with values 15 to 25 !
opening' cents las to whether we "have done our ed"-not your' son or mine, nor the --
sufferings and Dr. Winn has done. lower, the market since has shown I I share"' or .how things would be if other sons, representing. the ."flowerof extension division has in mind the Windle II. Smith' l>r911. :'I
that doctor could do, amount of'meat the
everything a better tone and this decline has been eggs can displace
Brown and Smith and Jones had, done American manhood. There is no
but paralysis in cpmplicity with other I in the family diet.: A dozen hens (4tI"\
regained. The trade for ,
cutters
canners "as' much as we have. There is-a replacement possible in our hearts or 't'I ,
complaints render the case one of and all mixed stuff of sim- properly cared for wil go far toward I
I cows great crying need for our every effort our homes, no, nor even in our coun-
doubt and Democratic uncertainty.The Rooster. that I ilar character has been active! and immediate effort to transport try's industrial, commercial, or edu- meeting the requirements of a small Away with DEADLY POISORS ''
says' !
shows a general advance of 15 to 25 familltcquests for information addressed
in all the calculations made by the quickly to the seat of destruction ev- : cational development. We need them, ?",.
I to the
cents for the week. << Extension Division
ery possible assistance in carving: on every one of them. How many dollars S :
they hove left him and
government lIoq: At the opening the'ti'aden'ss |! Gainesville, will receive prompt Ptention. .
his family entirely out. His agents the terriffic struggle and protecting are YOU going to put in thearales'now "
5 to 10 cents higher than \
yesterday '
report that there are four billion hena with: an extreme top of $17.85t'"n1pllle,1 i, the men in it with bountiful supplies. _ weighing their lives.SHINGLECREEK.. ._ -I '
------------------- "
,in the United States and that on an with of 17.90 To Cure a Cold In One Day. I,'
a tip a
v FOR SALE BY
average they lay $4 worth of eggs' I lrI.cay.. Good lo choice ho wec'I I r.ke LAXATIVKBROMO Quinine. It(top*the I ...
each year making eight billion dol- t!.vt time weifjiiirift: ; 210 I Couch mud llrcdacba end worki off the Cold. CENTRAL DRUG STORE fKissimmee
ORANGEJJENTEROne Drul/lf'o.e' refund money U it fails I '
to
lars. The that cure.
.Insects they destroy $'7.I(! t- $17.85! ;.'0 to :2dO Ibs $17.UO:! !t. W. UROvu-a! tignaiure on each, boa Joe. '. Fla.
would otherwise devour the
than for the feed and crop the to $17.50; 270 Ibs. up $1 \.90 to $17.10; _ _ _ _ _ '
more ,
pays pigs 120 to 140 lbs $17 to $17.25; 100 of the pleading! events of the :Mrs! G. C. Bronson and Mrs. A. R. wvvwU A w Ki?** : '
of saved
meat that which
quantity by to 120 Ibs. $16 to.$10.75; lighter pigs week was the Easter party and basket : Dennis visited", in Kissimmee on Fri1 .44434'4 "
they produce in' the frying size line $14 to $16; best roughs $15.50.: The dinner given at the home or Mr. I day last, the former at the home of .

that adds since much the to days the of above Peter values the roosters and extreme heavy hogs, 270 Ibs. upward, and' :Mrs. .,v. II. Bronson on Sunday I her sister, Mrs, :\1.. M. Miller, and the i D. Wagner Insurance Agency Wi'

have given warning before ill- did not share In this advance and I I Rev. Christmas delivered an excellent l- latter at the home of .Mrs., G... ..\ f
were weak at all times. After noon sermon to quite a large and appreciative Woodall.

deeds Ancient were times done, and instead that of the after present aIn s the puckers and order buyers virtu- I audience after which a Arthur Bronson and family of Kte- : 2nd Floor Citizens Bank Bldg., Phone No. 30. f LL '
ally left the trade and bountiful dinner spread on tables -
generation of roosters after the although; whatBale's was : simmee spent! the week-end at the \
Rome saving style. after that were effected were beneath the trees. Ice cream homes of relatives in this section. t The General .
Easter 10 to ic'lower! than1early sales, was also included in the menu.The specialist .Leading Insurance Agency In Osceola Co
Sunday came thisyear on left children had treat sport in finding' Mjss Morse stAte dairy ,
March 31," which means much earlier many offerings' were without/ any gave a demonstration of cheese making I WE REPRESENT THE AETNA
and general HOME
bid
than whatever. the hidden Easter eggs, a s. OF .NEW YORK; HART- :
usual. Its in
occurrence this at the school! house on Thursdayof
SHEEP: continued limited good time was had by all. A monO* FORD AND MANY
Receipts OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE
month
can only take place when thereis last Week. She was accompaniedby :
: a full mOn between Christmas and in fact meagre. The market how- tho1" present were: :Mr. and Mrs. W. Miss Albina Smith, Osceola coun- COMPANIES; 'ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. 'z .
the end of the The rule is that ever continued active with prices fully H IIronson, :'Ilr.and Mrs. It. E. Bron- and Miss Susie Bell. .. AND CAN TAKE CARE
year. steady "with a week ago. Good to son, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bronson ty agent, ... OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE,
there shall be four full moons after Mr. and F. A. Babb has converted his Ford : LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH :t
choice lambs $17.50 to $18.25; fat Rev. and Mrs. Christmas, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO- '
I known Christmas, then the next Friday Is sheep $12.50 to $13.50; choppers $9 Mrs. W. R. Kelley, Mr. and :Mrs roadster into a very convenient vehicle : BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive j
as Good Friday and the following :i ,
the addition of small truck
Rummel and by a
to $11; canners $6 to $8.50. Goats $8 Chas. Jester, Mrs. S '
Sabbath Easter Sunday, Good to $10; kids .$11 to $13. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walton Mrs. body. As }fr' Babb is 'quite an extensive InsuranceALSO s. ,.
is
Friday in
commemoration of
the ;
Lanier raiser of vegetables, the mar- ,
NATIONAl. LIVE STOCK COMMIS- Baird, Mr. and Mrs. Walter : !
crucifixion
of Savior'and ,
our the word
SION COMPANY.: and children Misses Hattie and Annie keting of which requires frequent t BONDS AND LIABILITY.II'(' ..
Easter
signifies risen and is celebrated -- Christmas, Lillie, Nonie and Maud; trips to town, the converted car became *} :
as the day Christ arose from, the LEMONS MAKE SKIN Bronson Venetta Burnam, Ada Maddox almost a necessitv. t IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION' : "V.
dead. In
the
country where Rex was Bessie Bronson came' out from AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE
Bronson
land Carlyle
Myrtle PRECAUTION. 3ColdStoragefor '
raised (Georgia) Easter:; considered .. ,. -_ WHITE. SOFT CLEAR
the time for cold was'weather' i , : MessrsJi.Ivon"iund(v Gordon v",Maddux, Kissimmee! Friday ,\lastf to visit,,. his ..OO OCoOC--otoo 04-000t-o-4 U 0000 .I. .", .;:;
00-0-00 "
00600-o-
d1p a EIJaRigneyEdgar; \ \ Burnam' 1frBoston'MorganLp cousin0lrl4and(LincldentaJltlto: assist Coote 0.. "
end for the season and cotton;; this beauty lollop for a few -'- ,

gardens drawbacks were planted' withoutifeariflfserious 4t,WflWi>ilpM| rents HtflWHHlflMsBlBHlBBlMMBBBHW end Isegjf yourself j (]and Earl BronottiandRummel inlworkingU-hcJ wo 2l.s ha e potato P'ant' dJtaMBMpH'crppjnwhichltht| | ...... .0. ...... .6.+0.. ... ..o. o.+.. ...H..H'OtM: +OOO.

Milk selling at 15 cents a quart; ap What girl "or woman"hllSn'",'heard IIMrrlMlldrer'Anderson seen rho Several fpeopleHfromJthisltvicinity i 'J,?
pears to be a little unreasonable. We 'emon juice to remove complexion week-end .visiting in Orlando. " "' a tended the Easter"pro ram*atr.the Fresn i'ieats' ..

did not object to this when feed was ilemishes; to whiten the skin and to On Friday afternoon the children Kissimmee Methodist church on Sun- '

high and grass low, but since the advent I ..ring out the rose, the freshness and of the' Orange Center school enjoyedan day evening.Mrs. .

of so much of the latter it would the, hidden beAuty But lemon juice Easter egg hunt given them by Ira Kern went to Orange Eggs Vegetables Etc.

appear that less feed would be required alone Is acid, therefore irritating, and I their teacher, Miss Anderson. The Center :Tuesday returning dnes. ,
and the price should be lower. should be mixed with orchard white eggs 'were hidden on the school day.:

Potatoes and other crops in the city this way. Strain through a fine cloth) grounds and the children had great Mrs. J. I F. Niswonger visited in 'Kis STORAGE RATES ON' MEATS: -

continue their rapid growth. Cab- the Juice qf tvo fresh lemons into a sport in locating them. simmee Wednesday, a guest at the
Quarter ef Beef ,.__.____% lb.
Meat
bagea in bottle. c left in
large numbers are being containing about three ounces Mr. and :Mrs. J. P. Wallace Who G. B. Woodall home. Storage and

gathered and beans are in full bloom; of orchard white.then shake well and have beenpendinsr the winter here G. C. Bronson was a business visitor Whole Hogs -y2clb. cut as used lc b.
they will soon be the have whole] quarter pint of skin 1
on market in you left for Marysville Ky.,
abundance Throughout the entire and compl l xion lotion at about ,the ._ __,on_, Monday__'_.:..__ '-1- __...__1__ .._ to Pine Castle Wednesday.I. Curing Pork ready for
10 visit reiuirivw IIVIUIIT jcbuiiuiiKtheir u P. Tison and Cecil 'have beenat smoking, 1 l-2c.: per pound
son, ,
county-Whittier, Kenansville, down cost one usually pays for a small jar home in .
Chicago.The
among the numerous creeks and in of ordinary cold crcrm. Be sure to Kissimmee Park several days do- Curing; and Smoking, 2c: per pound. "

fact from one end of the county to strain the lemon juice so no pulp gets little grandson of :Mr. and Mrs. ing some work for J. Mcl'lmtter.: --- -
the other the into the then this Alexander Findlay, who has been John -
welcome cry resounds! bottle lotion'will Part in was buying beef cattle
plenty plenty, plenty. remain pure and fresh for months spending the' winter with his grand- through this section one day the fore- Bring us your hogs the day they are killed. We will do _

Let's liven up a little. Miss Mary When applied daily to the face neck, parents 'at their home on Sand Lake part of the week the
rest. ?
to return to his home in New
Price had a beau named Willm.i arms and hands it should help bleach expects
Brown. The young man had a spot clear, smoothen and beautify the skin. Jersey in the near future. AUTO TURNS OVER -' ,
on the back of his head on which Any druggist wil rupply three oun Mr. C. C. Rummel accompanied by -

there was no hair. On his visits to ces of orchard white,at very little cost his mother and sister were visitors Mr and' Mrs. Clarence Hatch, accompanied ij KISSIMMEE ICE &, COLD STORAGE CO. .
Miss at the home'of W. II. Bronson on by Mrs. i
Mary he carefully concealed this and the grocer has the lemons. Myriam Quinna ..
defect by carefully brushing: his other' Sunday.Mr. narrowly escaped a serious accident .o..o.t.oo.oo.o.ooo.oo..oooO .. 'po'oo.'oo'oo" .

hair over the part affected, so that ATTEND PICNIC AT BASSVILLEMrs. and Mrs. Ivan Roberts were Saturday when on the road here from r

the lady in Question had n"t discov rad G. W. McGowan closed her Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and their home in Linden. Lake county. -
the defect. One Mrs. Lester Flint. About four miles from the city, on
day when her beau school at Bassville Friday with a "
'was a visitor, her little brother Crops are looking: well and quite an the Orlando road, the car which they

M the room and going up behind came.Mr. community tendent C. picnic.E. Yowell County accompaniedby Superin- acreage is being planted to cotton in I were driving left the road and is said Potatoes and Prosperity 'I
this section.Mr. .
Brown's to have turned
chair lie then it-
cried out: "Oh. sis t Mrs. S. B. Aultman, Misses Alt over, righted
\ and Mrs. E. '.. Keene
ter sister just look .here, Mr. -? ? i beta t Smith, 'county agent for the accom- serif. Mrs. Hatch received hte most
Among Mrs. Burnam
panied by and
Agues
the severe injury and is from
other suffering a
many Aroostook
advantages
home extension work of Osceola the Misses Vere and Burman County, Maine, it the richest agricultural
which our city has is its water ar Adele I broken shoulder Mrs. Quinna received county in the
; county, Miss May Morse, dairy United States.
tesian wells specialist Ruby Oliver Herman and Bernice number of bruises v
can be found in > a though nothing -
of it and the water secured any is part as Claire, Mary Hathaway and Porchie motored Pherigo down and for Keene, motored to Olivers Island on of a serious accident. Mr. hatch: The potato crop' has brought wealth and prosperity to this i

wholesome as the country affords and Sunday and were the guests of Mr. the: driver, was unhurt One wheelof The yield of in county. ..
the pleasant event. average potatoes Aroerfook is about 300 .
and Mrs. Randall Keene. A very the car was broken which. possibly bushels per /, :
pleasant day was spent and all report caused the accident. acre or more than three times the average yield in the United States "
-
a good time. 'I'11rs. ". DID YOU RAISE 300 BUSHELS OF POTATOES
._
lfiffi I Ira Keene and children! of I pent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. PER ACRE THIS 'YEAR?

Shingle Creek were the guests of Mr. E. J. Keene. Those present were Mrs. If not have lost of
,
you a part
profits. The
your Aroo.took
and Mrs. J. J. Keene. Agnes Burnam and son, Paul, Messrs. farmer county
Miss Vera Burnam, was the, guestof Ira Keene, Ivon Maddux and Herman insures successful crops by applying plenty of high-rde fer-

Mrs, Ira Keene on Tuesday.Mr. Keene and the Misses Vere and Adele bluer. He plows and collates carefully, uses clean seed and

BUY LIBERTY BONDS E. J. Keene accompanied by Burnam and Leona Bronson. A very often. ''These gigantic crops are the result of sprays
intelligent
a his brother Ira, were busily engagedin delicious luncheon was served and all supplies of effective plant food care and ample

surveying on Tuesday. report a very enjoyable time. I
?, ..Your boys and our boys are now "Over There" and Miss Morse and Miss Nellie Taylorwere There will be an Easter egg hunt at

their brothers are going. visitors at Orange' Center on the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. E. Frank Coe's Fertilizers
Wednesday. Miss Morse gave a very Bronson ,\
Shall we make them on Sunday. Dinner will be
easy target tot the Huns by interesting talk the need of ,
on more served and
a very good time is an- are"the Aroostook farmers'
! stinting their supplies of guns, ammunition, food and dairy cows in the South. We are ticipated.Mr. StandardFor

, clothing? short 16,000,000 dairy cows this year, and Mrs. hon Roberts and sixty years the t Frank Coe brands have

Ever ydollar loaned to Uncle Sam helps to down the and if war conditions exist much daughter were Sunday guests at the lumen ill all sections of this country to increase their assisted food
j', kaiser.Jett longer people will suffer owing to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Flint. profit Plan crops "d their
shortage in milk. Mr. Ree Holliday, manager for the now to get your full profit from your 1918 potato

Buy Third Liberty Loan Bonds today. Mrs Taylor organized a girl's canning Lake Down Co., is busily engaged Ask for a copy of our book entitled "POTATOESA MONEY crop

club here. Those who have joined 1 with employees cutting timber and CROP." nu hook IuD Wormatioa *

,, ITS AN HONOR TO OWN THEM.\ are Misses Lillie and Nonie Bron has this week shipped two carloads. used by the best Ar "r regard to the methods a

son, Adelle and Venetta Burnam Ada Miss Mildred Anderson' spent the of county potato grower and also th. story
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Wilson & Toomer Maddux Mrs. Henry Keene Annie week end with her friend Miss Gus- a profitable potato crop writte. by .. Aroostook farmer. (
Fertilizer ,
Company and Hattie Christmas, Vere Burnam ale .Winn; of Kissimmee.Mr. .

,' and Mildred Anderson, and it is Steve Bronson was. the Sun KISSIMMEE;, WAREHOUSE
Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers. '\ thought others will become member day guest at the home of. Mr. and > J. T. BnrcUulter.
Salesman
Dealers la J3 pray Machinery and Insecticides. 'The Girls Canning Club of Orange 1 Mrs. K. E. Bronson. I .

'\' Center wilt can vegetables "on shares Miss Essie Rigney visited at' the
e, JACKSONVILLE; FLA. for anyone at any time" at the can- home of Rev. and Mrs. Christmas on THE COE-MORTIMER I.

ning factory at Orange Center. We Sunday.I > CO.

L hope this good work may go on, and Misses' Lillie Bronson, Ada Mad- CORNELIUS
llhlia that excellent results may be accomplished dux and Mrs. Henry Keene were the CHRISTIANCY

in the near future. guests! of Mr*. "T. II, Keene on Wed Florida Sales Manager '

01. I A :very delightful afternoon: was needs)?. fbi: 1158, Jacksonville, FU.or ,

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> JACKASS NULLIFIES NEW I<1 I aid month. otter for sale at 'nubile irOTICal or APPLICATION FOR tBTTjeiUI ->.
Au- o outcry between the legal hour of aal.. PATENT
DAYLIGHT LAW IN LITHONIA In front of the Court House door In

TallahasseeWEEKLY , Klaalmmee. Osceola County. Fla., the b..r..biv..n. '
Happenings at ----- Notice U (that en IllS "
The natural aptitude, persistency aid mentioned real estate and sell Und dar of 'April. ItlS the underln
: s am to the highest and best bidder
,I" ed will apply to the Uovernor of Florida
and of the mule
I success Georgia aa an for cash. Letter
for
Patent to be Issued' -
upsetter of any Axed'C order of thing L. H. INGRAM. upon the follow charter
II' REVIEW OF WHAT TAKING PLACE IN OFFICIAL is rather well known All this reputation l4t Sheriff! Osceola County. Fla. A. : nI'lWlCrfropo.ed

f'Jt' JI V CIRCLES NON-PARTISAN COMMENTV certainly will .not suffer if ,reliance V SHERIFFSALB B. PLUMMER
M. Hi. ROsEN
( can be'placed upon the hitherto PROPOSED CHARTER OF THH!' IK -
1. nremlt (" ..rt. 'Tth Jadlrlal ClrraU.o .
word otf Colonel Jeff
''I:. By BRYAN MACK unimpeachable _la C.s.I Klaw rirat. NallaaaiHaajk DEPENDENT FISHERIES CO.

j Mills The Journal's Decatur correspondent ., at "..r..... Kla. a .baaklag. Article I
.hall
M, who cornea forward with, a .........d.., Plalatln, be The INDEPENDENT name of :the corporation FISHERIES CO..

,? fleII.1.. the .-._. r. rarer N......... .Karas ... TawaaU Ce. ararparatloa. ,.
of business Osc
muddle Lithonia Ga. shall Kllmmee
M" V I. what tae. ..sto ..,I.laI.-, tfce. *s-lerr*e .( the pea-ale. ere" <.!... municipal at n.f.....*. ola County, Florida, with the, prlvl-

the .41*., has ., -...-.) <. have Brraa III...... a well kea .*..- caused solely by the inherent inclina- Notice la hereby given that under l eg. of establishing. ; branch offices at V
I. ... tion of DeKalb county's largest jack and by virtue. of an execution Issuing such other either In the State ..
: ...*' saa. write Ui 0 Irtt-r rs C h w..k tellingfeat what I. .. .s out of the Circuit Court of Osceola place
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ass to have his
of Florida
own way.Aceordthg or In Other states of the
.lar*.> at tk. state capital. Mr. Mark baa ->o.ltlT- lastra-tles>. ... to Cal Mills E. W. Reagan County Fla.. In above eatltled cause. United State, or In foreign. countries. '

to faaaala .peraeaalltle* .. a prominent citizen, is Plaintiff and against the' Defendant In time .
to time.designate.V
the now badly-perplexed owner of the s aid cause. I have. levied upon the following .. Vc
:SMA.OADfE
Article
( News at this season of the year office as it is a well known fact that descrIbedreal estate situate 3 .
remarkable arumal. Mr. Reagan, it The general nature of the business
with the elimination of the blind tiger lying and heingIn the County of Osceola
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around the Capitol is conspicuous by further is also the I to be transacted by the corporation
appears possessor and State. of Florida, to-wlt!
drunkenness with all its attendant shall be to buy sell. handle', ship and
its absence, although' the various departments therefore the of a son also a horse., For many All fractional Hec, 1. except Lots B. otherwise transport, all kind of fish,,
; I 360 AATl LiS-36 nCI sTRATIONS) at crimes disappeared, months this son has been accustomed j 6, 7. 21 21 28. IB, 17 and fit,!. of Lot 1*. both fresh. and salt whether. . from
are just as busy now as make tractional
sheriffs do not have to ar All
any afec. 4, except Lots 11
fresh.
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water salt Include
to lead the horse from the barn or water, to
, -. ] BETTER any other period of the year, and one rests. Senator Wells doesn't pretendto morning 'and every : end 14 Htnd SH of Lot 60 and NVt! of all the specie. of food fishes. and other

has to spend a.few weeks'! around in be a rabid prohibitionist, but he declared being addicted to punc. Lots 81 and 61. All fractional Sec. 6. product of the water. used for food
tuality, the incident always occurred ; All fractional 8ec. I. except NV4 of Lot purposes; to : own. operate maintainand
the various offices to really know how I the floor of the senate
upon 6. All fractional Hec t, except LotsI.
regularly at 8 o'clock. And u.e'.11 equipment, outfits; device,
THANEVER much work is accomplished. And that he was after the blind tiger- invariably' 2, 7, 8. 11 11, 14. 27, 14, 17, 18. 19. 40. boat. ...In.. nets. care, dray and all
: aforesaid every morning when the horse was 47 and 4*. AM Bee. 10, except Lots 10 .
while news is hard to find, anythingbut and that he got the tiger other equipment necessary" or Incident -
all sheriffs of led out of the barn.at 8 o'clock the I I. :5. 27. 87, 44. KVi Lot 61 and all Lot to the effective carrying on of the
a deaf man can hear sorts of will be testified to by the '
watching jackass would bray. In fact *3. All $ec. 14, except Lots II Is, 20, business of catching packing, ship
; ,l5cncopy gossip and rumor of a political na the dry counties. so fixed became the habit Uth. 10. 31, N% Lots 41. 68. and 69, NVt, Lot pin IT. marketingselling; and generallytrafflclng .
ture. Every single state officer and 1- that 63, Lots 4. 6, 7. 8, 9. 11. II. 11 of Block In all kinds of nan for food
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At Yew Newsdealer capitol employe will earnestly declareto Nine weeks more-and the primary onia folks could ..rellably'await this >. Lots 8, 9. 11, 14 of Block IN. Lot 6 purposes. or otherwise. for profit to
clarion call the hour of niock 41. Lots 1 and B of Block ft .
at
V..rlySubacriptlon $1.5O Ume precise own use occupy, lease, buy and sell
tho -visitor who comes to Tallahassee election will be over, and unless daily Lots 1. 4. 6. 7. 8, '. 10. 11. 12 1.. 14 of all of such commodltle and all
regardless of whether the horse -
,I property
S.nJ for oar net* ftis eat and asks "What-is the political thinKS pick up mightily it is going to Block 87. Lots 1. 4. 5, 7, 8, 9. IIi.U, necessary. or Incident to the effective -

dog of mecAanJcoT 6ooA.'I' news ?" that he "hasn't heard a be the tamest affair of a like kind was led from the barn. 14, 16 17,,ill.' 23, 24<<, of Block, 102. carrying 'on _of said business to
And now comes the daylight saving l.-S,. 8, 78( 11, 15. 16 17. 18 of Block .
i Include real estate, personal and mixed
Popular Mechanic Magazine thing-but he has his Angers crossed. ever pulled off in Florida since the I
'< law. And Lithonia still quoting Colonel 103 of 1'lat of Runnym de all. of said property and property Hunt; to en*
" S North MteMa-an ".,_.... Chlea. *. ,- :(bolishmenta' of the old convention. Mills is land being .Situate lying and being In "gage In and carry on the. business of
Probably there is more talk at the There are to be nominated this timean practically without Twp. 25 $o. Range 21 ,,,. as the property 'I buying .and selling; all kind. of pro

present time about whether the next -attorney general! two, justices of watches or clocks, the inhabitants of the defendant.' Narcoossee. ... Farm duc.. either. a* agent or upon commission

.; . . Whenever You Need General having discarded them long ago In A T..oIte Company and 1 will on I or as owner a. a merchant. for,
a Tonic: the the auditor
legislature can according to state court state two
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V supreme favor of their accustomed alarm. And the Sib day of May, "18. the same he- profit; to enjoy all the. rights and prlvileiro -
Take Grove's, constitution ratify the federal' amend members of the railroad I commission of log the first Monday and the rule. day i In conectlon. with the ownership,
The Old Standard Grove's. Tasteless ment which will bring about national two members of the state tax commission what use will it be to push up the of said month. offer for sale at public and operation enjoyment In the
hands of the few remaining time outcry between. the. legal hours of Bale. said several in.n'.f: business a* fully
cbill Tonic is equally vtlunble prohibition. Prohibition has becomeso and a in each
.a a congressman
In front of the Court House door In
General Tonic because it contains the popular in Florida that there Is no of the four districts, to say nothing of pieces The strident vpice of Mr.Ueagan's the City of Klnslmmen, osuvoln County and could completely do. a. any ,natural. person

well known tonic propert les bf QUININEI I doubt as to what the next legislature sixteen senators and :some :'seventymemberi all. jackass wil. contradict I them State of Florida the. aforesaidmentioned Artlele III. V

,. and IRON. It acts on the I will do, but there is a provision in of the house of representatives realectate. and sell same to The' Capital Block of the corporation
out !. Enriches the But the town is facing' the problem the highest and best hlilder, for cash. hall be Five Thousand (tS.000.00Dollars )
Malaria Blood and the state constitution which says that in the Florida legislature.: Apparently V I... H. INQRAM.
manfully. A special of tq be divided Into Fifty <*0)
joint meeting
JBuilds the Whole
up System. 60 cents. after congress passes an amendmentto Attorney Genesnl Van C. the town council and the board of l-4t flhnlff.I'IIiERI. share of the par value of One Hun.

constitution a general election S wear-in gen will\ have no opposition V .. dred. $10000) Dollars each. Said capl.
W. B. Crawford Lee .JarreD) must bo held for the election, of member as will be the case with Judge Tom F. trade has been called says Colonel V ."" ftlLHIB tal stock shall be paid for In full whetSissued.
Mills, to take up the difficulty.-At and shall be payable In .
CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTOKNEYSATLAW to the legislature' or to a con- West, who was appointed to the supreme lanta Journal. Cnumir ('OurC,4)iucel. Couaty. Via. or labor or property at a just money valuation .

vention, before> Florida can ratify the court when Judge Shackleford Under Rrotbera, ('orporalloa. I'lala- to be agreed upon by the Inoor-

amendment. The reason for such a resigned. Judge Whitfteld is not, lir. I porators.

Offices: 4, 5, 6, and 7 Citizen. provision is obvious--to make it an however so fortunate for Hon. Rivera Have you taken any precautions \\'. \'VS.. nrawdy. nefeadaat. I Article IV*

Bank BuildinjrKlssimme'e issue before the people end have the II. Quford, state attorney in the against flies ? asks the University of Notice I. hereby. given that under : hall The exist term shall,for which be perpetuaL said corporation i.

: : Florida members do what their constituents Marianna circuit, is a candidate for :Florida extension division. Flies and by virtue of an execptlon' Issuingout V Article V.

wish. There wil, be a generalelec- his position and is making a strenu- breed in manure piles in stables and of, tile Fla..County In above Court entitled of OaceolaCounty cause I The business of the corporation V

tion held in November* for tho pur. ous campaign. in filth wherever located. They are ; on November 17, 1917 In favoT"bf the. shall be conducted by a President aVice

A DR. W. W.'CARSONDENTIST pose of fleeting members! to both Hon. R. Hudson Burr and Hon. N. not only carriers of disease but they I Plaintiff and against the Defendant In Treasurer President and a and board a of S..cr.ta.ry.a.nd Three Direc

.. houses of the legislature: all mem- A. Bhtch members of -the railroad worry animals and thus reduce milk I said cause I have levied. upon the following tors. The office of Secretary and

Office over Pilley Building bers of the lower house having to be commission as yet have no opposi flow in the dairy cow, and cause a i lying and described being In real Osceola estate. County.situate Treasurer may be held by, the same V

" ,A 'Y Office Hours8: -11. 1-S elected and sixteei' members of the tion. Never has the state auditor loss of. flesh.LEGAL < Fla. NH, of NEK, S.'C. 24. Twp. 27, person.The annual meeting; V of the stockholders .

I 0&...* 'I'hon 161 Residence 'PhOfl. Sda > senate, which is one-half of that I been opposed in the primary. and it n...... 1O, as the prop..rty..f W. A. for the purpose of electing. officers ,-
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Administered for Extraction of body. It is because half of the senate that Hon. J.Will Yon Drawdy Defendant and I will on May of the corporation ball be theflrst
appears appointed -
6th
1 VI8,
Te..th ADVERTISEMENTSNIIKHIIWH same being the rule day In .
was Elected prior to the passageby \ last summer by Goy. Cotta is aid month offer for Bale at public Tuesday Until In the July first of'eachand annual every '

LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLA'W congress; of the prohibition amend- going to be as fortunate as .his predecessors outcry between the legal hours of of year.stockholders. the business of neetlng the*
ment that Some claim Florida will for Hon. M. sale In front of the Court House doorIn
W. Holloway Klsslmmee corporation shall be conducted by the
have to wait) until 1921 to ratify it. who woa tentative candidate against Notice Is hereby irlvrn hALE:that: under mentioned, Oaceola real estate County., and Via.thejiald soilthe following officer: A., Rosen.. President; '

Perhaps Florida will take the position Mr. Yon switched from that race into and, by virtue of a, 'Writ of Execution name to the highest and best bid n.Rosen Plummer.. Secretary. .Vice President c.nd Treasurer. and M.the R.

Waring Building. that it won't hurt anything to ratify the one for the commissioner when Issued. out of and under the seal of the der for cash. L_ V Board of Director shall bei A. Rosen -,,
II.
it both times. the state executive committee put the County Court for O-ceola Counay INQRAM. tm Plummer and M. E. Rosen.AFEIrI. .
lt-4t
State of Florida. wherein Osceolu. Sheriff. Osceola CountyFla. VI.
latter office in the
Pal Johnston O. P. Qarrttl primary. Hardware Company. a corporation Under The blithest. amount of Indebtedness
Now when reports of thousands of It Isto the tax commission race the law of the State. of Florida. U NOTICK FOR I'UIIUICATIOX or liability that the corporation shallat

JOHNSTON &: GARRETTATTORNEYAT.LAW our ally .soldiers being captured are that the voters wil Ihvae to look fora plaintiff and Nathan Ray Is Defendant., Department of ,,,. laterlor. U. M.' 'I.aad any one time subject Itself to shall
I. have levied upon and will offer for
being received an incident which took: spirited contest. Someone said that sale and will cell at public outcry for Office at t-alaesvlllr, Kla., M.r.aa: ,' be Two Thousand .Dellars.Artlele .

10 place at Camp Wheeler a few weeks anythingnew appeals to tho public cash In hand. to the Mtthrst bidder at J.'Ho VII. V
The
Office 10 11 and 12 Citizens Baal! name and postofflce address of
ago is brought to mind. It shows the which appears to be true in the case the front door of the Court House In; Notice Is hereby given that Andrew the subscriber. together with the
Building of the Florida of Klsslmmee Osceola County. Florida, J elites of Loughman Fla. who. on I INovember amount
,, spirit boys who are putting the tax commission in the 2*. 1914. made Home.t..dEntry ofi-capltal stock subscribed to
1.atmm.L Fla. looking upon the titanic struggle not primary. lion: J. V. Burke, who was on bring the the First Monday In May. the D. .1"'m 18.
b as something to be sneered at, but aa appointed to fill the unexpired..term and a ..rtai'.aac;., :ua't'; legal i'I Section 20. Townthlp Its. Range 17K' A. *.Rosen Klsslmmee Fls, five'hare -

the most serious of lIon. J. hour. of sale to-wit: between. the Tallahassee Meridian, has filed' notice V
proposition they S. Blitch and whose time I of Intention. to make I'roof K Plummer. (SO Mayo St., Berkley
Three-year
-' hours ofvll o'clock In '
the forenoon
have ever been up 'g-a.inst. Captain would not have expired until 1921, and. S o'clock In the afternoon, the fol to establish claim to the land above I Calif., five shares.M. .
Sidney J. Catts, Jr..' son of'Governorand takes the position that there, la not a lowing described real estate ultuated described before Clerk Circuit Court shares.. B. Rosen 'KUslmmee, TIe, five

:: GOBS OJ FOBJlIED Mrs. Catts, wrote to his people vacancy in his position; that the senate In the. County of Osceola 8tate of at May.Klimlmmee.1.18.Cla.lmant. Fla., on the 10th day of A. ROSEN (Seal it

that the officers in Camp Wheeler should confirm Mm regardless o( Florida, described follow.: Lot One names as witnesses. : B.' PLUMMER (Boat*
(1) of Osceo4a. R -Hut>dl vision of Lot.Sev..n .
had mad a solemn between the state committee V M. K.. ROUEN tlleal)
pact I putting hi. position (7) and Eight (I) of Block "..'" n. O. Hancock of Loughman. Florida. State of Florida
themselves never to be captured by in the primary. Should the of R. H. I'. Drought' Addition to the Peter J. Daisy of Loughman. Florida V County of Oaceola, V

: SELLSFire the .nnans. They are willing to die senate. confirm Mr. Burke he will' Town of Klsslmmea, Florida.: Bald I Iproperty Paul. dhysellnck. of Loushman.. Flor I hereby certify that before me per.

like soldiers but ere unwilling to become surely have the place for two addi- ha. been levied upon a. theproperty ida. onally appeared. A. Rosen. and )(. H.!
of .
Nathan
captives of the barbarous Huns.- tional years. Mr. Burke has not said and will be Kay sold the to said satisfy Defendant B. W. White of Klsilmmee.. Florida. Rosen to me known to be the person

The win die of the officers whether he will the. a.a.ldVrlt. of ROBT. W. DAVIS. so named who executed the foregoIng
Life. Accident and same or spirit be a candidate. ,in the Execution and the necessary U-5t proposed charter and each of whomacknowledged
Register.Kronen .
at the southern camps is with I primary. V .Costs.1)ated before me that they ex.

Health Plate Glass Liability the thousands of privates who are I Among the 'candidates who Are 1811 this 4th' dar. of April. ,A. L, of APPLICATION von TAXw V ecuted the foregoingproposed charter

earnestly training to "over the seeking Mr. Burke '.' P"j for the uses and purposes therein m.n.tlon..d" .
\ go place are lion. 1.. Jr"INORAM. .,\,\ t ", ([' / : '
top" with the Stars and stripes., W. M. Holloway former .,, I. {Sherifftpsceola' Con nty,Mw-'\! Mtsia" iI.iI iWitness
I and Boiler I Insurance. state super .*,fife, ft o : w. _'"j SLMIOot"FloridaAttorneys ,1 Notice' Is hereby' given that a L. nero V my hand andofflnial seal at
intendent' of public instruction; lion. Kninns &' STEED ""( .'< > gert and George. 1 W.' I/ukr purchasers i KI..lmllO.ceola./ . County, Florida, on
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During the past twelve' months a'I E. Z. Jones, state game commissioneruntil : for Plaintiff. l -6tNOTICH of Tax Certificate. No. 171 dated the 6th I this ,the IItb dHrL 'o1.lmJ.

Legal Bonds. Executed number of Florida officers in various I the legislature abolished his position V day of July A. D. I Ill, have filed soldcertIficate N. lR.:
V ( P. Seal
V In ) .Notary Public State of
my office, and have mAd.I .
counties have checked up short in ; and Major Harry Bethel. Florid
My commission
Notice application for tax deed to Issue In expires :
Is .
Same Day Needed their ace unta. In some cases the I For the other tax commission position Meeting hereby of the given. stockholders that the Annual accordance with law. Bald certificate Mch. (. 1.11.
: of
,' facts indicated that the men deliberately which will be the fouryearterm the. dray-tone Hotel' Company will be embrace. the following described I State of California
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. s K: out to take money that did Hon. John Neel, the incumbent, held at the. office of the Company I In I Florida property situated In Oaceola County, County I. an officer of Alameda.duly authorised. to take V
to-wtti
not belong to them but in other Instances wil not ask' to be nominated. lie the City of Klaslmmv.. Florida, at ten. I It'lE acknowledgments. do' hereby.
: o'clock % of 8E% Section 80 In Township I certify
A. M. the .
OFFICE: ,State But Building it appeared that the officers I likes the job but not wqll enough) to Ills, to elect on directors. 8th day and of transact April,, 25 South Range 17 Kast. that B. Plummer. to me known t. be
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were merely using the state's funds I run for it in the primary. However, such other. bualnrs* aa may come be. The said land being assessed. at the one. of the persona. who executed the.
date of Issuance of said foregoing proposed charter acknowl.edged
certificate In
fore the I
the m..Ung.ORAYSTONF.J
temporarily, intending to return place will not
unfilled .
go from alack HOTEL the name of C. M. Candy. Unless said I before me that he executed. thesame
later. As is always the case when I of applicants. lion. Cade E., Telfair Knight COMPANY, ( certificate shall ba redeemed according for the uses and purposes therein

one gets careless with other people's Shackleford. of Pensacola, formerly Dated March lIst 1018 secretary lB-2t to law tax deed. will Issue thereon on I expressed. V
The Dining Room of the the 16th day of April A. n. 1918. Witness. my hand, and official seal
money, they got! caught short when I tax; assessor of that county, and at J. I... OVER8TREET. at Berkley. In the. County of, Alameda. ,
JVOTICR OK
the auditors checked them up aheadof I the present time one of the convict KXKCUTOn In the stateof California,
this
(For Float Seal) Clerk Circuit Court Osceola on the
Hotel Dlarharir
: Manhattan the regular time. When the last inspectors, wants the place/ and ia' ) County FlorIda llth day of March 118.OKOROK .

legislature created the\ position of the I making an cctive campaign. Hon: J. I. Court of Couatr ..'ud... Osceola. ll-6t_By S H. Bullock D. C. W. NICKERSON JR.
; <(N. P. Seal
I* Now Open second assistant state auditor it m&de Cliff Brown former U. S.. marshal of, Couatr State of Florid. JVOT1CH OK APPLICATION FOR for)the county Notary public of Alameda In and,

it possible for the state auditors to I the Soithern district is candidate State of California.
Mr.. R. B. Savafc. Owner and MT a I. re Estate of I.U-1 Mosrlr-t TAX UBEU 14-It:
check up officers more frequently, a I also as is lion. P. S. Bowen former Notice la hereby. given to all wham.

condition welcomed by the honest b county commissioner of Duval coun- It may concern, that on the 31st day Notice la hereby. given' that E. D. NOTICE(For Klaal OK EXECUTOR V

"'- I ones, and it made it possible to catchup I ty; and Buck Lanier, reading clerk ofthe of honorable July A. D. 1818, I shall apply to the lIfalloypurcha..r. 6 dated the 6th of day Tax of JUly.CertificateNo. A. D. I. Court .. Coeaty DlaekarsTe Judge)' Oseeela
T.
', J. W. THOMPSON with the dishonest men in whom I lower house of the Florida legh-.I .court a. Judge M. Murphy of Probate, Judge, for of said 1914. has filed said 'certificate In my I I.C.... the people placed confidence. latiire. my office and has made application for
final discharge as Executor of the I. Kstatc of ......
re W. Ssaltkl
tax deed to Issue In accordance with
.
estate of Llssle
Moneley, deceas'ed.: and law. Said certificate embrace. the following -. V Notice la hereby given, to all whom. V
Funeral DirectorAND that at the .
S. Senator A. S. Wells author of the In th meantime same time I will presentmy It
that
permit me to aug.gest final Executor. described property situated i InOnceola may concern on the 1st day of
. quart-a-month\ uor law, has about t -that aU good Democrats registerand estate, and accounts ask for as their approval.of said County Florida., to-wlt'! Lot August, A. D. 1(18 I shall apply to V
ruined the sheriff office in Four (4) Section 1. Township Thirty- the Honorable T M. Murphy, Judge of
a dry counties pay their poll taxes. Dated January 28th. A. D 1918ECJOLESTOM said
Court, a. Judge of 'or'my
probate
; one (21) South Range Thirty-four (14)) : ?
to that WILJ1OURN
according reports come East final discharge. a* Executor of the 4 V
into Tallahassee from the various Mr. Editor: Since writing the 7-lonm6m Executor.NOTIfK .. said land being assessed at the I estate. of John W. Smith, deceased:

LICENSED EMBALMCR sheriffs of the state. With the pass above 1 have heard that J. H. LanCAster OK HAI.H OF C OI.I.ATKU. dar: of the Issuance of Bald certificate and. that at the same' time' I will prevent -
of the law the of In the name of J. '1', Smith. Unless I my final accounts as. Executor. of
age quart-a-month Bartow will be a candidate I said certificate shall be redeemed .ad estate., knd ask for their approval.

I blind tiger automatically went out of r tor'state auditor, To J.KIsHlmmee It. Fla. K March. 11th, IllS. to law tax deed will Issue according Dated January 21, A. D. 191$.
Donegal, 4 Deer 1'ark.
Store and Chapel Stewart AT. . . ___ _ "'I a. thereon on the 15th day of April A.L THURSTON .,. SMITH.
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-- ). 1918. 8-lam8m Executor.NOTICE .
-- You .
are hereby notified that
the Underslgned
Klsslmrae.. Fla. J."L, OVERSTREBT
- ::,r. IT SHOULD MAKEA 1 II B. at 12 will o'clock on noon April of 12th said A.day D.I'. Clerk. Circuit Court ) TO CREDITORS

A BIT OF ADVICE| at the Citizens Hank of Klsnlmmee. ll-5t Osceola County. Florida. la Coart of the. -Coaaty .lodge. OseeolaCo
MILLION. FOR HIM I
Fla. sell at public venriue. to the. hlgh- .. State'
ty, of Florida.re .
OTICH TO CREDITORS
. M. TILLER eat bidder. stock certificate No. 4 of theState >. .......Ie of A. 'V. WI...

V Flrt-Don't Delay. .Second-Don't Cincinnati man discovers drug that hares,Hank said or certificate Kau Gallle for ten. la Court .( dated
loosens corns BO they January 1st being .:...Iy. State .1 Klartda. and all Persona Having Claim or
Real Estate Agency I i ExperimentIf lift out. dorsed 1916. Ixsued to and en Demand against said Estate:
by you and having been deposited
You and each of .
I with said la re K. ate at It. 8. Aasllai you are hereby no-',
n .... .. : Klsslmmee .. Cltlxens Bank, of To all Creditors. Legatee. Distribu lined and required to present any
; Ia., .
as collateral security.
Good news spreads ) and I claim and demand.
you suffer from, backache headaches V rapid for tees and all Persons having Claim* which you orelth..r
Realty bought and sokL your promissory note dated Marc) .
\ if rest druggists here are kept busy dispensing ,29th. or Demands against said Estate: of you. may have against the
or dizzy pells; you poor 1917 payable to the CltUens: ,
estate of A. W. Wlnn. .
House rented. ly and are languid! : in the morning:; if freezone the recent discovery ofa r I Hank of Klsslmmee. Florida, May 26th You, and and each required of.you.to are present hereby notified Osceola. County, Florida.deceased to the late undersigned of-

Taxes paid and Title. verified < > the kidney secretions are irregular: Cincinnati man, which is said to I II I after ten date,cent for $1000.00 with Interestat claim and demand which you any er! Executrix ef said estate., within'

for non-residents. and unnatural in appearance, do not I loosen any torn so it lifts out with I ity no per part of per the anum principal after of matur-aald either of you, may have against the two years from the date hereof.rIoted .
. the fingers. note. been estate of D. S, Austin, deceased late February llth. 1*11.
delay. In such cases the kidney of- having paid and no Intereot
,; .- Fire, Life and Accident In- ten need help. Al pnarter of *n ounce co.t very on same having been. paid subsequent of Osceola County. Florida to the. un ,-. ., BERTHA L.Executrix.WINN.. .
dersigned of
executor said
-
f to June 80th. 1917. The. estate,
,. surance. Doan'a Kidney Pills ar especially little at any store that handles drugs, aid of said stock will be proceeds of within two >ears from the. date. hereof.

.' ', Indemnity flonds.V prepared for kidney trouble-they arc but this is said to be sufficient to ridone's I the payment of .said note.. applied Ten days on Dated February 4th. A, I>, 1918. NOTICE: OF TAX APPLICATION DEED FOR -
U.
F.
recommended by thousands. Can seri- feet of every hard or soft corn notice of such sale Is hereby given 8-9t AUSTIN. .

dents desire or callus. you. The. terms of sale will be cash. ExecutoroT1E Notice I* h rebi..n that Ale*
.....c.0.000000..0000.... more convincing: proof CITIZENS HANK V
than the statement of a citizen of 'his; You apply just a few drops on the KISSIMMEE OF FLORIDA. :> OK EXECUTORS FOR FINAL No.Haynes. purchaser. of Tax: Certificate
1046 and 1048. dated the 8th day
V locality THenrr tender, aching corn or toughened cal l-2t By Roger. Dodd. Caahl..rChlERll"F's V. DI9CIIARCU2.! of July. A. D, 1(14 and Tax: C..rtl.. .
.o.o.oo ... ..... ....
..
W. Carl St. Cloud Fla., lus and instantly the sorvnecs is re rates. No. Ill' and 1137 dated the Ith

bladly confirm the statement lieved and soon the corn or callus is; SALE .la Coaatr"......'. Ceart. Oaeeela C...V- day of July A. D. K1C baa Sled said V VcartilIcstes
------ tr. State ef Vlarida.Notice In my office, and haa made)
I grave some years ago praising: so shriveled that it lifts out without !. Cooatr Court. Oae..la ('...t,.. F!.. application for tax: deed to Issue la ao-,
C W. pain. It is a ticky which Jae.B> Kpatelsw Na.t.... -
A"
: GRIFFIN Dean's Kidney Pillr. I rccommjnd substance Eyatela. I. no Eedste .1 M.rs..t E. K_..... cordanoe with law. Bald certiftcatsOembrace .
V
them whenever I have'11.1\ oportunity. dries when applied and never inflames raaaa J. Wetabarsr. A. Kay Kat.Slds.y ., .r'er. the following described. property -

I have been or even irritates the surrounding skin Landabanr. iraalaaaa Hal. situated In Osceola County. ncrida.towlt -
greatly benefited by Us> i. Bargain I!...., I-lalallBTs : Lot Eleven: (11) and Sixteen -
Staple and Fancy Doan'a Kiinoy Pills. This discovery will prevent thousands ... i I. hu.bj'.n; to all whom (It) Block, Fifty (JO). Lot Four.

Price 60c, at an. dealers. Don't of deaths annually from lockjaw W. A. nrawdy. Defcadaat. It may concern. that on the 14th day of teen. (14) Block Fifty ((0). Lot Nine
)
Notice I* hereby. glren that under May A. D. 1911 we will apply to the .
and infection heretofore (O Block Forty-nine (U) and Lot Ten
simply ask for a kidney remedy get resulting and by virtue of an execution Issuing! lion. T. M Murphy, Judge of said Court (10) Block Forty-nine (4() of Marydla. ,
: GROCERIES j j Doan'a Kidney- Pills-the sonic that from the suicidal habit. of cutting out of the County Court of Osceola. a* Judge of Probate for our final dlacbarge The said land being assessed at the
: '
; Mr. Carl .had.: Foatw-MUburn Co., corns. County Fla., In .bO entitled\ causa Margaret aa E Executor: of the estate of date of Issuance of said .certificate. !.
on October 4. 1117. In favor of Kochenderfer, decease
tbe Anderaoa.M. .
the name of 8. 0. Smith O.
Miers., Buffalo N. Y.. REGISTER NOW. Plaintiff and against the Defendant. and. that at the same time we will present I- J. Maswell and George Mnrphy.Unlee .
)
: 3 Free Delivery to all Part In said cause I have levied upon the our final account a* Executor of said certificate shall be redeemed -
Pile. Cor4 In 6 to 14 The registration books aid estate and ask for their aporova .
Da,aI are now open following described real estate. situate Dated November A. 1917T according; to law tax deed will

: of the City I 1-... dnnlst will nfaad Bmoaer U PAZO at every precinct In Osceola voun* lying and being In Osceola County. CLARA.5th. M.D.HUTBON Issue thereon. on the llth day of AprIl,
KNY tails M ear.* ..,....* i of Iso.g. Fla: NyJ ttf ,NEt? Bee. 24. Two 17 r r0g. W. M. HUTSOHr. A. D. 1(11.
I .. ..OC'PrcItnHIlq PUn I.61014"--, ty. Register and pay your poll tax- .. 10, .. the S/l' p.rtF of W. A, Eiecutora.Attorncr : Z. L. O ERSTRi: .

..........,. .. ......... 'I'M IrM appliesUos <.JUwiud ..... 'ao*.. your vote .will be needed,thia Drawdy. Defendant. andI| will on May'to : W. B. CRAWFOKD., 'Clerk Circuit Court. ..
-t1k v __ year 111 same being;' tbe rule day la tar Extentora l-m"1II '.23-li Onotola I Countr I1rrl4IC ''l

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L EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY 'GAZETTE, FRIDAY, .APRIl:: 5, 191ft.


t, ''-'J I .. ..90 '.0..00 I oo o 0 00.... 0>1 0 000.0'00'00.0.0 to 0+00.. 000 0 I tin, Leona Van Duzer, MatUe Stan- I .
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RECITAL BY DEPARTMENTS

: Society Notes : .. MUSIC AND EXPRESSION I ford.The Associations representative c Miss ,Margate of Benevolent','Stan

.} j: The last joint' .recital of the departments ford.The Osceola Hardware Co.
r of music and:{ expressioni Doctor Jimmy 1I01trclaw.:
i will be held in the audtorlum Friday The Healed Man, Ralph Cooper. ,
Mr. E. E. Wells, Editor.) t
( evening, April 12th .
Harris.
e;. Mrs. Great Heart Miss Abbie
tJ evening, April 12th at 'o'clock.. Located Kisslmmee's
,, f' Request b mad to 'all patrons of the Valley Gazette to send items ?',: The I Program: Matron of the Orphans' Home, Le- on }
Indian Lullaby ___Mrs. Carte Adams Van Duzer. BUSIEST CORNER
nore
II *f Society Event. to the Editor for publication in these colunu. J ; | Olivine Savage with chorus Song "Little Workers" four little
Tarantella _____ ______ __._ A, ParlowThelma'
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ct girls.Recitation
I I
11'; ,. | Suttqn "Open' the Doors to the
1'1' Monologue ." Alma Cooper. y..
Aged, Has
'and.. their friends will be e,>taind "Little' Busy Body" ..Stanley SchellI Song: Nellie Gilbert and Jane May. Congress Jiggeredthe
!I APRIL FOOL PARTY II this aft:rnoc.n at a Talent Tea, given I I Jane May Recitation, "The Little Brown Girl" \

F by Mm* R D,, Guice, at her home. l on, "Just, a Bunch of Flowers"Jeanette Jane May.. Clocks
Overatreet's Sunday Griffin
Brack, street'ntoTl "Close the Heart of
,i Mrs. J. L. "Afternoon Tea"__ _Abby F., Brown Closing song
I school class of tho M. E. church enjoyed + Irene Ingram Jesus," 'choir.Benediction. until we hardly know how to regulate onre1ve We've speeded upeverythinf
1 a delightful April Fool party r iIts.TEnchirR ,,CLUB +i "Meadow Wi'Its" ..____ Rene Becker by the pastor.
t at the church bungalow Saturday + I Grace GilbertA At ,the Methodist church fire Sun about "our store except the thermometer'a.d the mercury '
<4< night when the members were hostesses day school classes gave a program in reminds us'that.we have
: 'March Symphony _Ry McCardcll is i in that Speaking of clock .
chaperoned by Mrs. J, D. Si There will be a meeting thllt after place of the :usual evening service, rising even
{ bert and Miss Ella Mae'Gllbert. noon' at Mrs. S. L. Lupfcr's homo, The "Walk Through Mary Sanderson the Woods" _..__ prepared under the direction of Mrs.: them for sale. Good old Household Clocks in large wood cases the

I The evening was in the nature of a program Mothers' will .include of their current events. __________._.:._:._ A Sartorio J. Z. RoberRon, Mrs. G. W.: Persons IroDclad in solid' iron cases, and the bright ]little Nickle Alarm that
and 'who
reports boys
"' rom party'T-with other games Bullock and Miss Ella Mae Gilbert.. '
t amusements., Amusing jokes added are in training and a special report of '"The Pettlson Dorothy Twins" Song' by" school, No. 60 in S. S. will get you 'out even on Sunday mornings.. All these are trained to
to the merriment, though the boys the conference of the National Red Dorothy Wells book. time. r
I very cleverly substituted the genuine 'cross workers which was held in Tampa "Kirmess" __.__' Uso SiefertGladys Prayer l>y BnJ. Sibert. run on the new Congressional ,
i article for the fake punch prepared this we k.,The report of conditionsin Griffin- Song "The Lord Is Risen," by Mrs.
l for their delectation, and surprised France us given at the conferenceby Burial of Moses __ Mrs. Alexander Overstreet'" class and juniors.: You do not need much light these days. but'''what you :do have
their hostesses! with their fondnessfor Dr. Esther Lovejoy, will be read. 1 Thelma' Woodall'- Recitation,. "The Victorious. Life" should be the best., The National Mazda Lamps which we :sell give
the drink.Sandwiches. The Club will continue to meet twicea Bells" Irene Ingram. '
(a) "Vesper the best artificial light on earth. .
and punch were servedat The week; combining' sewing xvltih: dis (b) "Frolic'' of Lambs". ., Song by Juniors."Fast Asleep and .
the conclusion of the program. cession' or redding' of current war Elsie Welch Wide Awake." ; .
,invited guests included: Lois Over- events and current war literature that I'"Mrs. Galloway, Decides to Reduce"" Resurrection' Story Mills Thelma" Please consider how cool and comfortable our Linoleums and

t, street, Lillian Harris Alpha West. members may keep together in touch\ Alva Fortner >, Woodall. 'Congoleum Rugs are for'the'' warm'season: TheyVe'prelty, top. "Nuff
fall, Freida Schweikart Mabel Edith and with war plans and war drives. ."Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater" _. Song, "The First Easter Dawn," sed.:' '

Clara Ploetz, Gladys Griffin Lib ,Ledbetter Friends are' cordially invited .o attend ______,_____..____ N. P. Willis by Mrs. Overstrcet's clasa: .
.McClaln of Narcoossee, these meetings which will beheld Christine Is Risen "
Ivey Recitation, :'The Lord by
Williametta Sibert Muriel 1 ren- at Mrs. S. L. L pror's home until '"Buttercups" ___ _:___-. G. F. Hanne ,'Francis Bailey. Maybe you don't need a new Bed or Mattress, and then again
tie, Maggie Mae McCranie Percio further notice. Wells That do. If do" and pick from big stock. '
Ruth Campbell, Marguerite Dorothy Song, "I Know My Redeemer maybe:'you you come our -
4 White Oliver and Dorothy Wells and Messrs. Celeste J. Fripp, CorSecy.By 1"A Case of Spoon:' L.iyes I ," solo, etc., M rl!. Overstreet's
Bert Wells Walter ; order: of Mrs. J. E. Lupfer. Cornelia Lancaster I class. t
Murray Overstreet, "Shower of Stars" ____ Paul Waths Offering' taken by four boys. .
RoJ5rson _. 'THRIFT
Bass, Gerald Rivers, Roscoe + .yrI STAMPS
Prator Gilbert, Stratton ::Story DERHKTA ALDERMAN { 1 Mattie Stanford I Recitation by 12 primary girls,
L. i I Iv I'"The Patriot"Donald, "Glad Easter; Has Come."
Byron Prevatt, Henry Singletary, mUTES THIRD 'mE'l
O. Rogers, Clifford Lester, Irlo Bron- ,McKay i Recitation by Eustia Peake "Easter Thrift Stamps are germane just now. They are a germicide. that
\ Harold Woodall Arthur Gard- '"Auld Lang Sync" ar. M. Greenawald\ Resolution." of We tell them.
son, will knock the out Germany.
t ner, Elmo Griffin,' Frank Bryan and Wee Miss Da Rheta Alderman wasa i Marjorie Makinnon I "Christ Is Risen," l>y 1(5( girls I germs
J. C. Ledbetter.' delightful little hostess Saturday, Pantomime "Shandon Bells"Alpha Recitation by Helen Winn. .
I entertaining her friends at the home Westfall '
Chorus by Mrs. OV' rstreet's class.
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. I"Francesco's, Angel"' Florence M. .,Alt I II GASHUM & SUSETTE"Why
MOTHERS'-TEACHERS "I' Alderman on Clyde avenue. The Joe Makinson I LECTURE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE I
J '\ r RECEPTION. event was an Easter party as well CHRISTIAN CHURCH ; how odd! I see by the paper that the German. put upa
t and the little guests' were given an AT J big fight to capture a little town called Ham !I"said Sus-ette"yesterday,
Red Cross NotesMr.
Last Friday night at the Hart Mo- ed Easter by other egg hunt on the Here lawn the, follow.table I Wyatt A. Taylor, all-South .field "Well" replied Gashum. "if it's-as valuable, 'as the ham.we get

memorial assembly, members of the was spread and games.frozen custard was I secretary of hte Christian Endeavor here in rossimmee. I don't wonder they fought for it." ,
Club together with nearly all the cake Voorhees of Cincinnati, Ohio Society, will speak to the young' people .
served with birthday
teachers of Kissimmee scliooU. Mrs. a gay I who spends a portion of his time at of Kissimmee Monday evening in ,:
which the small hostess cut.
I J. Earl Lupfer opened the meeting Miss De Rheta received a number Norcoossce, where he has large property i the Christian church, and the publicis > Watch this space next week for more about Gashum. and ;yII
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with an address of most cordial gre'tIngs of from her friends. interests, presented the Kissimmee I invited to attend the meeting Mr. II Susetle.
pretty presents
and read Van Dyke's prayer for At the party were Dorothy Belle RedCrosa, Chapter with a check I Taylor is from Columbia, S. C. lie .
soldiers. Miss Louise Th m :'son i.nd Katz Claudia Harper, Bill and Kath for $100 this week. This is the second i has ten southern states as his terntory ,
Miss Skilton rendered piano duets erine O'Bryan, Gay and Jack Livingston check of this denomination and is one-of the five men who --- - -- .- -
which pleased the audience greitly. Frederick and Bob Gilbert, Peg' Voorhees has given this organ !' Mr'l are at work inthe South in the interest Smith :ass alreadydemonstratcd, how 1 1well' good hogs and is planning to erect a
Miss Lawler's reading of the teacher gie Huddleston Frances May India of this organization in the the fish will thrive if given pure' shelter in a swampy corner which he
\ \ experience with Bobby Shafto was and Edith Lesley, Dorothy McCranie, 1 The girls of the Senior E P I churches. lie will bring a message water for he has two.connected. pools has fenced off. lie has built a bunga-
l much enjoyed for the story, bu' even Alta League meet Tuesday evening of from the great Dixie wide work of
Ruth Overstreet, Jackanetta feeding from n flowing! well. Lnat low stock for his barn which providesa
more did the company enjoy hearing Aultman Cynthia Carson, Joy Mak I each week at the home of Mrs. M. A. the church's young people. summer he was passing one of the'' good shelter from rain and sun

,..tl again Miss Lawler. Principal R. -M. inson, Virginia Barber, Evelyn Piano, Clark to sew for the Red Cross so- bayous along the Dixie Highway and though will not expose the animalsto
K Evans gave some interesting ac ounts Bloxham Crawford, Shirley Vans 1 ciety. This week they are making PUPILS SELECTED FOR noticed a pond that was rapidly drying extremes of heat .nd colO'.
of the school work in the present con Agnew Emmette Brown, Junior I "tamps" to be' used" in the sopping up DECLAMATION'CONTEST up to the great discomfort of its This farm '. in its initial stage of
test essays, which were followed by Wichtendahl, Freddie Mae Bass Car- of blood. finny inhabitants. Mr. Smith and his development but it promises to boone
i general remark by the guests: A olyn Griffin Lillian Lee May Thelma The preliminary contest for the worked two afternoons gather. of the show places cf this section.
pleasing feature was the sing-ing: of Whaley Howard Katz, Jr., J. J. The hospital garments department declamation medals offered to pupils ing 2000 of these fish whicl. wire sure
patriotic airs by'the daughters-.Jeonetto Griffin Jr., Jack Hyatt. and Robert of the Red Crosj completed their 'of the Osceola county high school, by to meet an untimely death, and transferred LIKE NEW TIME SCHEDULE
w : Prevett, Gladys Griffin, Lucy Frances Evans.. March quota and forwarded the box public spirited citizens, was held last I, them to the poos.: They are
Lupfer Lois Overstreet and CarolynFrlp Mrs. Edgar Katz and Miss Mamie to headquar-etrs. Ill contained 250 Thursday and Friday when practically 1., certainly thriving now and sw rm to Moving up the hands of the clock
Piney assisted in serving the refresh- pairs of pajamas. I every pupil in the ninth tenth and the surface morning for thclr attracted little attention here. Anticipating
By urg'entQuest Mrs. Lupfe rend ments and directing the games. eleventh grades competed for a placein ,I breakfast of every corn bread from the table ; the request of the administration
Orphan Annie' S ory,'Herbert Hoover's The surgical dressings departmentsent the contest, which takes place of the Graystone Hotel. There is I the churches unanimously observed
:,, come to ocr Iwrno." out an S. O. S. call during the about a monthylater and is a part of where thdus- : t.'he new time order in their
This re-option was one of the most r LAUNCH RIDE latter part of March to ask for workers -, the commencement: exercises of the I I one strct-h of swar.ip standing services Sunday and little change was
ands of straight saplings are : .
allotment of 360 noted from the old schedule. On Monday
delightful events of the season. Dur to complete an school. Prof. R. M. Evans with the this will be left untouched.
ing the social hour punch and lion.emade1 i A jolly crowd of the younger set five-yard roll bandages. So well WILl entire high school faculty: act as While, the owner does not make his the schools convened at the-new .
cookies were ..orved.t I enjoyed a launch ride -and picnic sup the call answered that the full judges, at this hearing and select six home his farm for the present bei ', hour and aside from a slight drowsiness i4 J: '
per at Oliver's Island on Thursday amount was complete by April 1st. of the girls .and six boys whose declamations on build. of pupils the old regime might.be
f evening of last week in (honor of MissGrace are the most meritorious.The i Is putting up aome'convcnient .. in force. Judging from tr*> com
RECEPTION AT HARTMEMORIAL .. Gilbert's birthday.'',,The'pleasant -I!; Susie Murphy, colored,. gave a:Red pupils why were i seleil! ed are ings aid now has a 1000-barrel.ware ; merit.heard on the streets, people in
I I where he store his
\ ride;the bountiful[_suppertf and I Cross tea,last week, when the,sum of Misses Cornelia>:Lancaster,'i.o s Over- house can potatoes general' are enjoying the change at
t tI tI < "r . 11 wrff.""""Ir.1r1-,' .., the bright bonfire will long be rememfbered' $3.60 iwas oolected.;"{?ah1; :.l jIJ)' \ street, Porchie "Pherlgo MamieAPilley'ThelmahWoodalle'andlAElizabeth if, desirable for any cause.! , He can'putlinta'graderihergrandihandle his::least after the' first hour. in the morn-
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The ree'Ption gven'at': thi'l'U81't t ::::::: :r\ '..< ': I'
by' thOlle"who'were fortunate """' ''' I ' fing.\\ 11, t..I.. ; Memorial building Tuesday evening, enough to be in attendance. Ledbetter Messrs Edgar Bryan crop: till it is ready to be shipped if he'I
which will bo the last of these events Blaster ServicesEaster Murray Overstreet, Verne Wilson wishes. . I I THE LOUGHMAN ROAD
till fa'l! returns wa one of the pleu- Dick Bullock, Donald McKay and There is a shelter attached whereall In with'' Road
Superin
antest of the entire season. Mrs. W. APRIL FOOL SOCIAL .Sunday was celebrated at Roscoe Roberson. I the farming paraphernalia necessary I I I tendent company L. R. Farmer a representative .
E. Makinson end Mrs. W. J. Fripp all the churches in the city with appropriate The custom'of giving a declamation to raising a crop along approved of the Gazette went down to
were hostesses: and had rv.iM.ired: on The Christian Endeavor Society of decorations special musir medal originated years ago when ex- lines is 'kept. Mr. Smith believes in Reedy creek last'. Monday where the
entertaining program of musical. the Christian church made merry on and by Easter sermons though a Senator C. A. Carson offered 'one for the use of machinery and will even 'I Alabama Paving Co. is at work paving -
I numbers alternated with reading. Monday evening with an April fool's note of sadness was dominant in all the best declamation from any pupilIn harvest his 'crop by machinery. The the road leading, to Kissimmee.
Walter Lee and his sister, Miss Zai- party at the home of, Dr. and Mrs the services for the shadow of the the high school below the twelfth potato land on this farm is to be followed -,I On account of the large amount of
da, were sked for the mandolin and the grade.' It became apparent that girls by peanuts for the governmentis
T. M. Rivera on Mabbette street..' All war cloud resting over country.At filling and grading that was necessary
I piano duetts, wich had been so popular sorts of appropriate games, contests the Christian church the following were apt to carry off the honors and calling for peanut oil almost as i the work has progressed slowly
with music lovors this season. and jokes were arranged for the diversion program was rendered by' the the boys ceased to make any effortto loudly as it is for castor 'bean oil. :i up to this time only about three
Miss Helen Bass rendered several of the guests and the even- members of the Sunday school at the secure i it. The peanut lends itself very read miles of the paving having been laid
beautiful veal numbers. ing was concluded with iced tea and hour of the evening service: II R. O. Meek then a resident in the ily to conditions here. It can be planted I i and grouted so far. It is expected,
r t Mrs. A. A. Wcrr.ple Mince Carolyn wafer I Song, "Golden Harps Are Sounding city, offered a declamation medal exclusively on the bed the potato was taken however that the .workwill progress
i Fripp Helen Wlnn and Jane May added lAbout: forty guests enjoyed this '," choir to boys and the Carson medal out of, and will thrive on the fertilizer'I much faster now.
to the program with readings party Invocation: by Rev. Coleman. has since that time been awardedto not taken up by the potatoes with I I Capt. Farmer say. when this road
t which were much appreciated by the I Scripture reading, C. E. Yowell. the hest girl contestant. On Mr.Meek's perhaps the addition of 400 or 500 is completed it will be one of the best
audience. Lord's Prayer by school. removal from Kissimmee, A. pounds more to the acre. After the pieces of road in the state.
One of tho pleasantest features of t BAPTIST MISSIONARY UNION I 1The Recitation, "Easter is Coming," by S. Nelson gave the medal to the boys crop is planted, the ground can be .
I the evening was the singing of tri()- I four small children: Viola Yowell, Joe and later still John L. Overstreet be- rolled and :later bedded up. Mr. Smith I .
I tie songs by a rroui- of vl.ool girls! Baptsit Missionary Union met Stratton Doris Goodman and Rosella wan offering this inducement fe.. ora- figures the hay will be valuable as +; {r
tonal and is the
and tho InforrmJ choruses by the audience with Mrs. E. S. Hall on Tuesday af Cooper.Recitation. effort giving one well as the nuts themselves and the
when old favorites were selected ternoon. An interesting program of "Jesus Is Risen," twelve for this contest best part of the program is that the
Medal is not confined to declamation
giving
and eunK.f the church building and loan' fund boys and; girls of the intermediate ground will be cleared for action ear
alone. Rose
contests ,
The event 'was well attended was led by Mrs. J. A. Barclay. class. Capt.. ly in the fall and will admit the potato
I state chemist of Florida, offers a
Recitation the Doors to the
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I A large attendance was present and "Open planting next year by the. middle
medal for general excellence in the
Mae Winn Madge Rivers
much interest shown. Refreshments Orphans ,
jI of January.
TALENT TEA I Eunice River, Vivian Floyd. grammar grade and also in the high
i I 4 .- were served. Recitation "Open the Doors to the school. M.. Katz offers a medal for The potato, however, Is apt to have

The ladies of the Methodist. church The war train is due April 22nd. I Sick" Porchie Pherigo, Mildred ParSlstem mathematics in the high school. E. a strong rival at the Smith farm
I Nelson Fell, at one time a banker i In I next year, for the owner is experimenting
: Kissimmee, has for years offered a with the growing .of but
beautiful gold medal for essay;; this, for commercial purposes and is be'Patriotic"
however is to the graduating class vinced that conditions are I

alone?" . . .. for their production and that the demand Muffins
mere is no ''question that: these wil be assured. He .now ha;
medals offer a great inducement to 1430 lilly bulbs in a promising condi .
pupils to put forth their best efforts tion. The varieties receiving attention 2 tmble.p OM } cup mol..*
and adds an element of spice to the now are cannas amyrillis fluer .COTTOLENE ?i t..pOOD..It.
Saves Energy routine of school work. de lie, spider lily and the ginger lily, (melted) 1 cup milk

and all seem to be flourishing equally 1 cup graham flour 1 egg .
ALEX. REMINGTON-SMITH well and if .they prove the suc- yf cup white flour }s cup rye /flour

MAKING A MODEL FARM case the venture now promises, Mr. 4 level teaspoons baking powder
.,,. Smith will.specialize in the bulb culture
.' .. and supply the market which under ' The melted "COTTOLENE sad
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former conditions procured these mol_ mutt be thoroughly mixed.
',e, System does not mean red tape, as many suppose. System means and makes cs complete a drainage bulbs from Holland. '' Add. the well-beaten egg gradually

system .as any one could wish. Mr. Smith thinks the most amusing' pour in the milk, then add the flour
't simplicity-simplifying a method or process. Mr Smith has all sorts oft plans for thing about his prosperous!: farm ip i thoroughly sifted together with the

ti the development of,, his farm. Thereis that it was sold to him as the poorest baking powder and wit. Beat mixt....
a twenty acre pasture one corner piece in this vicinity. When he came_ thoroughly. Bake. in hot well-greaeed
You lots of and
much eliminate work
t'r can save energy extra of which has a yellow clay subsoil.\ He to Kissimmee about a year ago he gem cups 25 minut. in hot oven
tS t 1 has found white clover volunteeredhere asked for a poor undesirable tract .
i systematize all your personal as well as household expenses by. opening and believes that with propel where he could experiment with castor -

care a clover. pasture can be had, one beans .and this tract was shown
i a checking account here. Your check book becomes a cash book, ,
s t good enough to produce hay. him and, he immediately. purchased'- *

"r a y : a record book and a receipt book, all in one. The ground adjoining the house it.What -makes delightfullylight
about three acres in all, ho plans to would strike the casual ob-
et 4 screen for producing cucumbers at the server most.forcibly is the diversity cooking.
: g g 1 .,__ ._" season when cucumbers mean moneyto of interest at this place. The owneris

'. the grower not depending on one crop for his *delights light purses.QgSJ.e.
A bit of unsightly swamp which income but is reaching out along sev-
{ now somewhat disfigures the faint eral lines. Half of the farm ii un
CITIZENS BANK Mr. Smith intends cleaning out and derlaid with hard pan and the other
afn.sw.ens.LK. lowering into a genuine lake. He with yellow clay. There is no question -
states this will kill two birds with one but that Mr. Smith with his intelligent
s I .: '. OF KISSIMMEE stone for it will not only be a scenic! experiments will be able to

;lA beauty spot, where edible fish wilt find crops that will flourish. under At groeeis In .-
s, thrive, but they will destroy mosquitoes both conditions. o'convenient siaaa
by feeding on the larvae. Mr: A little later he will raioo a few ,

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