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 12, 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: VID00850
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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BUY BONDS AND ENLIST AS -. BOARD OF. TRADEEVERY DON'T' BUY. GERMAN MADE. -



'1' SOLDIERS OF LIBERTY-EX BUSINESS MAN, Ity, KISSIMMEE SHOULD ATTEND DRUGS IS PLEA OF M. S.

THE BOARD OF TRADE MEETING TONIGHT. THE NEWLY .


!i '. PRESS YOUR WILL TO WINS ELECTED BEND OFFICERS EVERY EFFORT. ARE NOW TOWARD" ON THE ADVANCING- JOB AND ARE THE READYTO INTER. MAY TO DRUGGISTS OF U. S..


ESTS OF OUR FAIR CITY, BUT WITHOUT THE AID AND SYM. .
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Like the two others before it,. the would reign along and Cod .would be PATHY OF 'THE BUSINESS' MEN THEY WILL BE UNABLE TO M..II'.JJ'S. May, manager of the Corner with honest American goods, not only

-present Loan, Is a Liberty Loan. The dethroned. France hnd Italy and the ACCOMPLISH MUCH. THE QUESTION AS'to WHETHER KIS- Prug Store. Is getting considerable I for hte duration of the war but for
name expresses the purpose of the remnant legions of Belgium oppose desirable publicity as tho result of a all time.A .
Loan.. It is to safe-guard Liberty: the advancing black eagle of Germany SIMMEE WILL GO FORWARD OR STAND STILL ANOTHER YEAR circular which'he has isued to the great many of we druggists are
'...t. Liberty is the right of the individual ;' but, alone, they would be the druggists of the country advocatinga not in position to go' to the front,
to grow and develop without any helpless prey of Ludendorff, Hlinden- RESTS LARGELY WITH THE BOARD OF TRADE. WILL rouWOMAN'S boycott on German made chemicalsand but we must not forget that some
qtfher restriction than that 'demanded burg, and Makenson. .There is but I other Articles handled by drug- millions of our brothers and fellow
by the Public Welfare. Paternalismis one solid bulwark between the Teu HELP7 ) aist8l./Il'tbe merchants in all lines citizens will eerve their' country in {
not Liberty-for Liberty affords to ton and victory. That bulwark is,the would 'adoot\ a similar attitude it that way but we, that stay at home
the individual a wholesome freedomof Anglo-Saxon race. _. would go far towards crippling Germany's can do our "bit" Just as effectively
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choice. License is not Liborty-r-for- Liberty .is a party to the religionof -- finances and thus tid materi- as in the trenches, if we only discover
Liberty demands a regard for therights every Anglo-Saxon. To the Anglo- ally in shortening the war. the way. We druggists as a class, if
of others."Alterum Saxon Liberty means "Equal rightsto COMMITTEE Following is Mr., May's circular, we can become united, in a fight on
non-laedere which Is' a .all; and special privileges 'to none," WILL ,which. I i tAt} ( the true ring; of patriotism: German goods, can strike Germany ti
maxim formulated by Ulpian, a Ro and inalienable sovereignty, in the To the'; R'tail Druggists of the United harder blow than we could with: our
man of the second and third centuries, Common People. And before he will States: gun or cannon. We can ''do far more
and which m ans, when rendered into be shorn of his Liberty, the Anglo- For several months) I have fully in this. way than any other class of
English"Thou shalt do no hurt to thy Saxon will see his country destroyedand HELP SELL LIBERTY BONDS realized that we druggists ,of the men, owing to the enormous patron-
neighbor," is one of the great corner his "Home Fires Burning." Andso United; States were not true to ourselves age we have previously given Ger-
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of It is the law because a German victory means many. Now if individual
atones our Liberty: ands to our' country where we you. as an ,
term for the second of the two great the negation of all the principals of continued buy German drugs and will say and stick to it: from this day
Christian precepts, '"Thou shalt love Liberty cherished by the Anf'lo-SIlX. 'Mrs. J. Wesley Brown who has been placed this quota at $77,000, thoughthe dhemieahft'tand for some time now, I forth, I will never purchase another
thy neighbor as thy self." Above it on race, and the county'chairman of wo district chairman at Atlanta has perrfbhaly have not allowed a Ger German-made article, neither will I k
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has been erected the magnificent progress that race has won from the appointed named $97,000 as our share, of the man-made piece of goods to come into have any business relations with a
structure of the Roman Lawi ..It is Past, that race, through such expo- man's committee to assist in selling loan,, which would be a man's sized my store.. German, who cannot absolutely prove
also the rock foundation of the Common nents as President Wilson and Lord the bonds for the third Liberty Loan job, in either case, the speaker" said. :,Do you realize that a rood part of his loyalty to Uncle.Sam," and pass
Law/of England. The. two great Reading has at the beginning the and to co-operate in other war' measures .- Mr. Carson explained the terms'of the money used to make;\ German cannon the same sentiment along to every
systems of jurisprudence developedIn second year that the- English and proposed by the government, buying the bonds and stated they ammunition, submarines and druggist with whom you come in contact y
the co'urse of the world's history Americans joined hands in this war, presided at a called meeting at the might be purchased on installmentsof other engines of war, including the we will soon have German goods
have both been recognized as 'a basisof take a vow to compel the subser Hart Memorial building Monday afternoon one dollar down and one dollar a barbarous liquid'fire, and asphyxiating "whipped to a finish" and do not forget rr'
Law. Thus we Anglo-Saxons conceive viency of "the LAW OF FORCE to week until paid for, in some cases ; gases, with' which to fight American that this will be a big step towards 0
of Liberty as a condition to be the force ..of LAW." A number of representative ladies though this arrangement was made soldiers, is derived from the 'sale I. .the"whipping to a finish" of
shared by all and arrogated to no sin Some one has said that after this were present and listened with inter by local banks.D. German chemicals in this (country I the kaiser and his villinnous hordes, e
gle privileged class. war, there will exist only two classesof est to ex-Senator C. A. Carson, who G. Wagner,, chairman of. the In other words, we druggists by our i not forgetting the two major beasts
y Germany, and in the minds'' of the the war, and. those who have not. the causes leading up. to the call county, told of wfhat was being'done ,are enabling, Germany continue her I Gentlemen, it is not a question it
'German people, the State is paramount I I For those of us who can join in the for this loan. along that line and asked the cooperation rulJilesiwarfare against us. I wish, is absolute knowledge with me., that
It is not a government "of I I fight there is, and can' be, no nolacefor He read statements from men, of the woman's committee) to. add' here that, irrespective of this every true -American. druggist would '
the people, by the people, and for the the reproach of our troubled spirits prominent in Germany, who plainly espeoialy after this loan was .dispose war we have been systematically rob- I' already <'b4r .waring. his fight to the
people,' that the German State per..somfles. I I until we stand on the fire-step, of stated their plan of subduing America ed of. He called attention to the fact bed for years by the exorbitant : full extent of his ability if; he had
It is a little oligarchy of a the front line trench, guarding civilization as'well.as the whole world, show that the Thrift Stamp sale' would prices German manufacturers,< have I looked-at the situation\ from the pro*
ruling class that is .fostered,' protect. with a rifle. For one reason ing that we had no choice. other thanto continue the year round and thht our put on their chemicals, which has, in: per angle. We will stand ready to dov f
ed and nourished by the German sys I I and another, we cannot all 'participate enter this war. forces could be centered just now( .on .turbo forced us to charge the American -j what we can to help our. country in
tem. The common people are vassals Tho compensation of those who lIe referred to the previous loans .,the Third Liberty Loan. public'excessive ''prices, for it Is. this fight,for,humanity, and as soon
of the Army and the: Bureaucracy: :cannot take: active part must come and told of their being oversubscrib However, \he suggested to Mrs. /known fact that the illegitimate as we see the way rw* will'; and these latter are but the instruments in whole-beared contribution to the ed. lie explained the systematic di. Brown that a "Two Bit a Day Club'' profit to,' Oerman manufat't.ureMl"O" the fight. Then it "Will'lIot', be long
of the Prussian dominion. I cause th -others fight for us. The the earliest ,I beforOh. effect/ will begin to show Z
1 vision of the nation into districts, be organized at ; opportunity chemicals sold in this This is abstract discussion; but it privilege of self-denial Is one. thatis ,with a district chairman to handle the its members to pledge'them run
Tbears directly upon the war, and the I accorded us. By investing the pecvjniary I Liberty loans. Of the subdivision into selves to buy a Thrift Stamp each We are now in a position to buy sit' \ iti'.
oob.jlec'fcd the third Liberty Loan, .i'In : ,.savings' of this self-denial in I zones and stated that Florida's counties day as far .as possible. American-made duplicate for practiCally r ron
order to Impose upon the world its'1' the service of our; country. we make were arranged .in three zones--- As the hour was" late, no definitesteps every German-made drug or men, women'and children alike. I P
militaristic Prussianism," Germany 1 ourselves part oU the great fighting Jacksonville Pensacola and Tampa were taken by the women, chemical at a much lower price, andit. personally have friends who have
has ravished Belgium sacked Servia army of Democracy, and we expressthe zone, Osceola{ county being in the other than'the naming of a commit. is distinctly our duty as true Americans seen some of these. -maimed and Jv lp- v, "
destroyed Poland, and betrayed Rus WILL TO WIN 'that is going to Tampa zone. Then to bring the system tee: Mrs. James M. Willson, Mrs. D. individually and collectively, less-for-life creatures German. 'braajw >
sia. A little more and the western prevail at the last. And so, throughthe down to the individual, Mr. Car- G. Wagner, Miss Inez Carson Miss to .entirel,.- eliminate German-made --- ..
4 world would be a HoVnzolIern prov THIRD LIBERTY LOAN we I non has beta asked to represent -the Lucy, WUherspoon, Mrs. J.-T Burck. good from our stock- 'and' replace '(Continued on Page Eight I )! ..
ince. Then, instead of sharing his .SOLDIER' resent oportunity to be county of Osceola as its chairman and' halter, .Mrs. W. J. Fripp, Mrs. M. S. __ _ u__
glory with God, William tho Second OF LIBERTY. ...... .he in turn will be assisted in his work May: Mrs. A. Tress, Miss AlmenaLeitnerMrs. -
by a strong committee of men who S. H. Bullock'and Mrv
: will further the third Liberty Loan E. E. Wells Mrs..J. Z. Roberson, Mrs. SUGAR BELT TRESTLES WILL
PATRIOTIC SERVICE AF THE till the full '''quota for the' county is Milton Pledger and Mrs. Nellie Re- .
: subscribed. gero, who will work with the county
Chairman Griffin, at Tampa, has chairman.
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I aE. REPLACED BY DIRT FILLS

KISSIMMEE[[ PUBLIC SCHOOLS L NEW COMMITTEES ,FRED HILL. 'WINS '. .

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-_ ...... .j OF CITY COUNCILThe NEW YORK' BRIDE' Ed;rWhaley, a well known Lion soon be heaping up .Florida
The :members of the Oscoola coun the juniors on "Liberty Bond" have owner and cattle man. of Kissimmee sand to make these embankment:
cityJ been forwarded to Atlanta and an acknowledgement .. entered into a contract this week What makes this fill of importance
school and the Kissimmee 1 .--- I
ty high with A. F. Langford of Valdosta Ga. to every citizen of Osceola county.isthat : w+
,+ schools are waging .an enthusiastic of their receipt has adjourned meeUng'or' the city A marriage occurred in the city of I contractor; for the A. C. 1..., rai'troajto it will strengthen and support__, e
received here. C A. Carson has
I been ; council Wednesday evening when the New.York on March 15 last, which is
furnish the dirt..for- an' embankment the road built ,
for the sale of Thrift I county aerou.th s.h
campaign to :
War Saving
offered the.
a Stamp organization the new council was of more than, passing: interest to our across the two trestles on whatIs tion of Lake Tobopeka.1fp..a.ttida ,
:Stamps and a good natured rivalry exists pupil in this grade having the best .
; effected was a brief one and included community.On known as the"Sugar Belt road be- point and will practicallyiannw wt ;
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'r' as to which grade will exhibit the essay. The winner of this prize will little business other than the read- that date Lieut. Frederick WilLiam tween here and St. Cloud to replacethe withstanding the pressure of theniake
banner for the highest per cent of be decided later. Ing of the committees appointed: by Landis Hill of .Narcoossee. Fla., present trestles which hae even in tinrves of excessive high .wa
4 pupil buying the stamps. Four 'Minute 'Men. President F.:' H. Lawson to serve. the was united in the holy bonds oft mat- been t in use for perhaps thirty yeV s*. ter. The proposed railroad tUl :will
: The .material for this banner' was This afternoon the "Four Minute city during 19181919. rimony to Miss Agnes Pickers Smith One of these fills will be more tk r fSn the fill of the county road at the
furnished by Prof. Evans and 4t-was Men" who won a certificate in the Otis Ploetz put in an applicationfor daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Thomas a\hJf/mil and the other lees than second trestle and will be sufficiently
made by the girls in the domestic preliminary contest held last week at the position' of city water and Edgar Smith of New York. a quarter" of a mile in length, and it near it at the first trestle.to prevent ;!
.science department under the direction the schools nre engaged in a spirited light collector and purchasing agent' Mr. Hill is the eldest son of Mr: Is estimated they will require some the water standing between the rail
t of Miss Henderson. contest for first place and are delivering but t after due consideration it was and Mrs. F. W. Hill of 'Nare oaeee 45,000 cubic yards of dirt. Mr. Whaley road and the county ,grade ,at thatpoJ.nt
'. Th grade having the highest per.cen.t addresses written by them thought best to make no change and and is well and favorably known, not will furnish the dirt from his property , hence at each peiqt the county
of members buying Thrift selves'on the subject "Thrift Stamp. the, present official, A. E. Thomas,'. only in his hprne'* .communl but on.Pine Island and a spur of the road will .have double Ha former
f t? : Stamp in one week, may display the Every pupil in the entire school was re-appointed to succeed himself. throughout our tate geaeicalty_t }. rai.roacM.iU be built to that point. strength.. The county road in question
.: t ,.banner during the ensuing week. This from and including the fourth' grade With tine present unprecedented attended iPortu..rMdttaryAcademy ( Contractor Langford who 4s in was built by public subscription
week Seventh B is enjoying the dis- through the eigth grade wrote these conditions facing this nation, with I Mr. Hill charge of the construction directedthe with a $500 donation from the city
+ .+' 3Unrtion, having made 100% last speeches and took part in the original practically every business out of its where lIe..tta1MdUM.rankof : work of building the Lake Wales and an apropriatioa of.*1300 from the
'G L week, that is.'every child in the grade normal channel, the task of steeringthe lieutenant of ,his school company.
contest. Fivo of the best speeches branch of the Seaboard from .Bartow county, whidb was used from the torn
hit
From Porter's entered the State
invested in thrift stamps last week, were selected by the teacher of each city's course a successful year and other important railroad con to the city limit.: One and thtree-qoar.
(- and they are displaying it with justifiable room and these fifty pupils took part may prove an arduous one and It. Is University at Gainesvillei,where he struction in Florida and in other ter miles of the distance U already
y pride. in the contest last week when one was commendatory on the part of the voter graduated with high honors: and waa states.. He will '-push the work of paved with grouted brick' and the ,', .
favorite with his ..duIm
t :In each room thermometer hasbeen selected from each grade for the final that they have re-elected to these a general buiWin' "this fill right along, in fact other mile ..is contracted: -for. From
'f drawn on the blackboard andeach contest. The pupils who. won this responsible -positions men who have. tes. entered y part of the equipment will be on the the old St., Cloud canal east to St.
: day the teacher marks the rise enviable distinction arc: served the community during the pre After leaving the university he ground next week and operations Cloud and on to the county lint near
Jk in the mercury with a piece of red 4 B.-Christine May. < vious year and are thoroughly in the employ of the General Elec- will likely date from that time. Melbourne a road of bituminous concrete
halk: 4A.-Vivian Floyd. touch with the situation.The tric company of Schnectady, N. Y.| A couple of engines will be required will soon be-built. This leaves
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ftI' The contest is giving a great impetus 5B.-Elsde Welch.' .. Committees. as an electrical engineer, where he to move the material and a modern I only about two milea, adjoining Kia- !
1 to the sale of stomps and more 5A.-Dorcey Lybrand. FInance-Roma Thomas, B. E. Haley had remunerative work promised him steam hovel equipped with an air shames, of the entire stretch, that .
;. than $100 worth of Thrift Stamps 6B.-Virginia Lesley. Geo. Taylor. for years to come. But when the call pump whi.ch'.ia automatic. in its opera I has not been provided for. '
to arms came from his country he re- _
Jhave been sold in less than two weeks. -
6A.-Jeanette'Grave Street-Roma Thomas. B. E. Haley,

e ulty At last a meeting week it of was the high decided school to holdan fac- .'7B.-Louise Regero. W. W. Carson.SanitaryB... E. Haley Roma the signed'from Engineer his Officers situation Reserve and Corp joined, : POTATOuTUU i
.. 7A.-Eva Tucker. where he attained a lieutenancy and BIG
"at home" on Friday 'April 19, SB.-Margaret Lasley. Thomas, W.. W. 'Carson. is now- "over there" where we haveno OSCEOLA'S
when every one would be invited to be
.i. Education, Cemetery and CharityGeo. -
8A.-Joseph Scars.
doubt he will do his duty bravelyand
'present. Light refreshments> wouldbe These names have been sent to M. Taylor, B. E. Haley, W. W. well. .
served and a silver offering wouldbe Washington and are enrolled there as Carson. Mrs. Fred Hill; when Mlas Smith, .
made, the proceeds to be applied on Ordinances B E. CROP BEGINS 1
"Four Minute Men." Rules and Haley, recently wither soldier boy, paid a TO MOVE
Bond school. .
for the
Thomas.
a Liberty At the contest this afternoon a War Ceo. M. Taylor, Roma visit to the "old folks at home" at .
Misses Almenia Leitner Lola Law- Savings Stamp will be given by the Electric Light and Water-W. W. Narcooasee and passed'm.Jster with
ler, Emma Yowell, Lucy Wither- Kissimmee Valley Gazette as a prize Carson Roma Thomas, B. E. Haley. flying colors. ----- ..
spoon, Virgil Kent, Jessie! Lee Black- Builaing.-Geo. M. Taylor! W. W. . ;
for the best speech; two dollars worthof We heartily congratulate this Osceola county's 1600 acre potato'''
mon and Mrs. Trammell!, were ap Thrift Stamps to the'pupil winning Carson, Roma Thomas. young couple on the mutual good 19 OSCEOLA COUNTY MEN crop has begun to move and by the s
pointed a committee on arrangementsfor second place and one dollar's worth taste they displayed and express: the end of this- week five car of fine
,I, this event. of Stamps to the pupil making third PLANTING COTTONJ. wish that "love' young dream" .will. CALLED IN SELECTIVE DRAFTThe spuds will have rolled from Kineim- "
,\- The essay on "Food Conservation" place. The stamps are offered by D. M. Winstanley began preparing be a reality to them through life. mee on their "Journey to northern
-M'Ttor the Fells' medal have been sent G. Wagner, chairman of the Thrift his land this week and expects to Fred Hill is a fine looking speci- exemption board at Kissimmee markets. Three cars ]left here Tuesday -
t off for judging. The essay written by Stamp .movement for this county. plant at least thirty acres in lang men of American manhood, coming of baa received word that 19 more men one today and another will leave
staple cotton. He says quite a. num- good old English stock-stock whose have been called in the selective. draft tomorrow, "
MORE LOANS RECEIVED BY JUDGE PERKINS DENIES ber of farmers are going in for the blood is now conspicuous in the and will be entrained the 26 and 30 This shipment came from the fieldsof
fleecy staple, this season and thattrere trenches of Flanders and we wish !he R. P. Hansen and Mr. King on the '
KISSIMMEE LOAN ASSOCIATEThe MOTION TO INCREASE BONDA will be something like 160 acres may see hard service and a safe return of this month. Of this number seven east shore of Lake TohopekrJiga andJ.

,' Kissimmee' Farm Loan Association (held planted in this immediate vicinity. to his wife and family. -H.E.S. aTe'white 'an l will be sent to CampJaeXaOnl .. W. Oliver on Oliver's Island Tine
before
hearing was Judge South Carolina..The remain potatoes rre yielding from 70 to 80
*has been:- gladdened this week .
Perkins DeLand
at at 9 o'clock this
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t selected from the colored barrels of number and
the arrival of two more loons ve are ones two. per
by morning on a motion made by the ,
population and will be stationed acre and are grading out'aboot 88 per
making three in all up to date, Bankers'
Financing Co. to Increase
hough it is probable lOt least half a the.bond of A. E. Donegan in the injunction MASS <. at Camp Devens near Ayer, Mrss. cent number ones, or out of the 200
01 dozen will be here in the come of -nit, the original bond hav- MEETING Th men who are called and to barrels to the car' only 24 or number -
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whom notices-.have been sent are: two. t
.few day: ing been fixed at $600. W. J. Steed f . -
outlookthere
Frank
White Albert Causing Judging from 4
\This come through the Federal -
money
received wire
from J.
a M.' Canon sufficient
James Henry McGruder, Robert Lee will be a number of
+ Land Bank at Columbia S. C.,
and ts to be spent for the most, partin denied.this morning stating" the-- motion was A MASS MEETING OF THE POTATO GROWERS OF'stlSSlMMEE Spier. Kirby Smith, Oscar"Bronsoa, can to move the entire crop though
the development! of farm in the Will taw-taw.McClelland.. Clarence Robin- the barrel shortage i* still unrelieved.,
-.idnitylol i Kissimmee. A portion'of SOUTH KISSIMMEE, BAPTIST ;; ,WILL BE HELD AT THE:CITY.HALL NEXT MONDAY NIGHT. .: Lon/'/1V,'* The slipper* are planning to use bags. r 54* ,

-the money' obtained from this source Sunday aDril '14- THIS IS THE. LAST MEETING THAT ''WILL 'BE: HELD BEFORE eotored-Jn.es: Benjamin Wheeler in cue it;.becomes impossible to.se +.
will repay loan on theM farm at a Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching. Manuel Caddie, Harvey' Roberta Henry cure tb* Deceary. baireU. "
.perceptibly lower -rate; of interest. bY Pl'ltor;.730 p.m.' ',Prajrermoeting ,THE CROP IS.'GATHERED AND.BUSINESS ..OB VTTAL,IMPORIVTANCETO I 'Simmons, Nathaniel Leven'Fletcher The .main cop from this.section'
.f1. These loans"fWindo"' )) much'I''toward. y ?:30 p. m.. Remember tb { '11SIDERED McWhttOr Arthur Howard Eara will not be due for a week or tensyet
!:' ,stimulating- the iriterest 'agricul- dtftbgs v Start early..and boo ; TOE, GROWERS> WILL.BE'c ,. '. "J .. cyrus Le James Baker Oscar >Mad( a*. t.* grower* planted a* early t'as
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TWO THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1918 .
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+ .. ROBERT GILES "
I Sincere CalomelJ.! !
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THE TRENCHES IN FRANCE Stop -i
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t LUCKY STRIK'ECIGARETTE 1 j
-- garI Guarantee Dodson's Tone ;
.F. II. Lawson is in receipt of a who ought to know that youK boy is
letter from C. C. Giles, formerly a in for promotion mother//; -
resident of Kisaimmee, but now living Now don't think that it is sure for
:listen to met Calomel sickens and lose
at Umatilla, Fla., in which he encloses what a fellow gets in this 'Canadian you may" a; ,
the following interesting letters army corps he sure earns and that by klay's& iwork. If bilious constipated, or i
t from :Ilia; son, Robert, who la I hard knocks and the grit to stick to '
serving wjth the Machine Gun Squad, I Fritz in every engagement like he headachy read my guarantee !
month we make enough Canadian Contingent, British Expeditionary was glued to him. I have tried hardto
EVERY Strike Cigarettes to reach, Force, jn[ France: make these boys see that I was 1 T I

end to end, from New York to China France Dec. 28 1917., and.here'you for the must good remember of a great this is cause the, Every drnjfgist {in town-your costs but a'few cents, and if it 'fails
That's15OOOOOO only army corps in this war who have druggist and everybody's! :\ druggist, to give easy relief in every case of
i the long way around. Dear I have'Old Dad-chance: to get a letter never retreated or lost ground; and has noticed a great! falling-oil: in the liver sluggishness and constipation

home, so am a going to ,write .a few who have never'failed to make their sale of calomel. The all give the YOU have only.to ask for your money
A DAY \ '' objectives. That's the Canadians' same reason. Dodson's' Liver Tone, back.
fa.a.We are out on the front line come record, and the Kaiser, in an addressto is taking its place. Dodson's..Liver Tone is a pleasant-
like the Lucky Strike out last night,'and will be ou.or a his troops, ,spoke 'of us Canadiansas "Calomel is dangerous and people tasting, ,purely vegetable remedy,
Regular men month if Old Fritz don't get too ac the Allies' stbrm troops, and said know it, while Dodson's Liver Toneis harmless! to both children and ndultfl.
Cigarette-good, solid, Kentucky tive. ) when they wanted a thing sure they perfectly safe and given! better re- Take spoonful at night and wako
the Canadians after it, and men
Burley tobacco, fine .for a cigarette Wo were in the line' In front of sent tioned that we do not fall back, or1, sults," said' n prominent local ,druggist .'up feeling fine; no biliousness, sick
X-
Minnecourt (a suburb) of Lens) on
Dodson'a Liver Ton is hendnohe
acid stomach ronafi-
as one soldier said, they don't know personally or :
I because-. mas that Fritz day, when was coming.our planes"over,signalled the top"; how to retreat.* Ha, ha. Anyway, we guaranteed by every druggist -, paled \bowrla.' It doesn't gripe' all
oh a raid. My orders were to place do get' our share of the hard fighting.And who sells it. A large bottle the next'day like violent calomel. &

IT'S TOASTED every machine gun in readiness. We if I get anything, I am mightysure - I n_-'-
did not have it down wrong, for over to have, earned, all right. I WE ARE USED TO ,IT. -Thorn, in the-valonf < Palm Beach
Umatilla folks the X.
Did the get;
the old boys came, 500 strong, and Post. '
there wasn't a man got back,' as we leas cards I sent? I. sent them to I notice that a lOc store'is about to You may be right, but they will be'
lie Roberts, red Yancey and half a
were on to him good and plenty. be launched by the big syndienteforall no pioneers in this respect. There are
Some Christmas day eh? dozen others. I want you to remember the stores of this sort in America, half ,a dozen big mercantilo institu.
Did you receive the letter I wrote me to each and every one of thtao ''I unde tend. re c 1ucted by one of tions here already -that jut along
go
who stood by me in the the dark daysp *
about the big scrap at Tasschen- wo p6rnWrnMorls7( and the stock holdntxjn --and go along. And we, Knowing
dale? I sent it to mighty by a fellow and may God spare me to look into the two have a sort of interlocking that "virtue is its own reward." willcont.inue
going on pass and he was to mailit your dear fare again. directorate-over in Plant '
to go'along as long as possi
to Mildred,and she to you. It was Your soldier! boy ,ROB. City. But I'd suggest that it wil} be .ble.-Plant City, Courier.
some hot place down there; I forgot useless for the Courier of that city to They do not last forever and here
i how to be afraid, but the boys were France!', Jan. 31, 1918. try and play safe in the. advertising
coins: down around me, and I somehow My Own, Iear'MotherJust :- line with the innovation. .They sell and there the ancient leaves are fall
exported mine and did ,what 1 a few words tonight as I have goods cheap all right; and they pay ing. They have to advertise in some
could to Fritz while I' was lookingand I found. dandy place to write and am just as little for help as is consistentwith manner or go out.-:Snnford Herald.
expecting. We took the ridge going to. take advantage of it. conditions; but they'd no more
and town after the. Imperials and i It is very' cold here now' but I amlucky advertise as the ordinary merchant Pile Cured.. 6 to 14 Day
Australians had failed. In fact, Dud, as I am taken out of- the line I does than a crawfish would issue a Your dninlit will refund money, It PASO
I and am taking a six weeks' officers' OINTMENT fill to Cure anyc.. of itchier
we have never failed to make our ob- challenge to a man eating shark. ..
'I
I BlindBlerdln orProtrudln IHlei In6toI4o>r
I loft the. battalion few
jectives. course. a Those stores just go alohg-:.and go Ttyi Ant ppliciUon, gives K..e and Html :sot.
I received the Ked Cross days ago.'e who won honor mention .
-
t'C and it was a dandy, and so packagl"l are 'now having the time i of. our =I. >---- -- - = .- -- ---
it came from the dear, J live*. It is easy for me. I don't have g .-
away buck in God's country. They I: any trouble at all with the course so
can never guess what it is to us poor I far, and can't say yet what,they will Stren2thenAmerica
devils to have such things come our make me. But a* far us I am concerned .
way. I will write them and thank I would as soon remain Sarg't -_ :: - ,
them'soon as I :have the chance. !How Bob., of the Fghtlt 48th Highland. : .
is deer hunting? I was only out of ers, as to have .a colonel's commis-
the line six weeks with my wounds. sion in some'nrmie- that I have seen.I y
Eper They sure patch a fellow up in a mailed Sister a package of souvenirs .?
I hurry. I got back just two days before I I four days ago. The Fritzy I
the big scrap. helmet I got at t.htidge[ battle. The I
There is sure to be some surprised watch I took off a {poor dead Heinie
Sammies when they get up against at Lens. He was so young, and I often I
Old Fritz, for he is some nasty cus- see them buried and wonder how Booze Bread ?
omer. But he can get ready to have some mother's heart is buried 'there or
some mote of the Canadian medicine with the Fritzie l buy Still it has to
sent his way when the U. S. boys get be done (so the Kaiser says.) The I .
here, and have time to learn his cute money is to pay for that knife, as
tricks, you are all so superstitious about it. I
raLnteed by' I will tell 'you how I got my wounds. surd appreciate the Euatis paper, nnd
You see, I am in' charge of a machinegun don't fell to send all the ,clippings We spend in one year:
squad, and am also a trained that you can, and especialy! when they

bomber, or grenade thrower. Well, are about doings at home. Well, I'm For intoxicating liquor ______?________..,____---___$2.000.000,000For ;
our officer called for someone to volunteer about to get off or. a pas. Have decided bread and ___ $2,000.000,000
0 clothing ________ ___ _.. _______
to, bomb some Fritzes out ofa not to go lo Paris, but to .
brick house. We had an advanced Blighty, so I can see thn Scottish las- We can get along without !ooze
bombing post about half way between sie, xeeT I can go either to Rome, We ALL need bread and clothing
.......... ..oo..o.oo.oo..o.oo..oooo..oooo.. )fritz and us, Fritz had cleaned up Paris or Blighty on past, and whileI ,
the boys there good and plenty. You would like to go to Rome or Paris, But let' compare the two group of industries in question in term
Stout Lumber Co. see this was in the! city of Lens, and eiill I will go wheN I can better un- of labor. wager and raw material 'required by each, the figure given
derstand the that is
wreck- Iangu.i spoken.
the whole thing is one mass of
'having to do only with the manufacture product
age. Fritz got wise that we were I have started l mokinlt'over here, .
aUOOCMOR TO MAY-e70UT LUMBER OO. '
coming up to see him, so when we but can quit if you want me to when L WAGE EARNERS EMPLOYED
t . DEALERS IN << went sneaking up shortly after dark, I[ come home. We are being well fed. T

:' Fritz had beat us there, and was in Not such a variety, hut plenty of good Intoxicating liquor' _________.;._____________.,___________ 62.920
Yellow Pine and,Cypress Lumber. Novelty ; .
'' c file leading) they threw but that goes with every bunch of sol !::---.t---- : I
.' single (me .
11 f Works in Connection. ; '
'oj" ,"?. ,. ." :,' "i, J.. ,.','... potato*.mashers
.' It is oar pleasare to girt you estimates at all times.Cowteoos : wounded only six ,of.us'threewere and; .the last', man killed beat,".two it fateHa'thaS' I shaved that mwtacha_lo'JIII''J.f! : <1*last' "week.I : , ''almostr: 1 the bread' [r ud T LclotJWI T , "'.., 4/4du.tryrbut I

Attention and Prompt Delirery. like hfor help. I being first in [ jut got tired of carving it. too ployed eight'time a* many I ware T eanaers
line got off with life. The concussion heavy see? I' would ha.ve'gotten u the liquor interest. ,
Phone 21 Klsaimmee, Fla. knocked me' down, and tore my uniform more souvenirs, but it was too !hot for '
that kind of buainea. I fine II. WAGES PAID
r ...... off me and cut a good sized got a
..
....... .. ..0..0.0.000.
r piece from my shoulder and a small safety razor off a Fritz. He was too Intoxication liquor _______________________________.$45.252.000 .
piece went through my face. The dead to ever need' it again, and I will
three next me. never knew what hit use it and keep 'it. It has his name Bread and clothing ..._____________________________$244.196.000
them. I went down but did not stay and a home address on the silver case, paid'two dollars
down. I jumped right through a and I will send it to his mohter, if I Consumers billion to EACH industry
t window into an old house, but did not live to- get out of it. I haven't received -but the bread and .clothing interests paid
: State Bank stay there long until I heard the Ger- a letter in twenty-two days. ire times u much wage as,the liquor interest
mans muttering. I pulled the pins on Tell sister thnt I wish her many hap-
h'I my Mills bombe and threw them py returns of her birthday, 28th, but Ill COST OF RAW MATERIAL

where I thought they would do Fritz that the! Kaiser's U on the 27th. See Intoxicating liquor _..____________-______________$139.199.000
the molt good and then I sure "with. how she just missed a calamity!
of Kissimmee, drew on the double" I made that 100 Mother, I have only a small scar Bread and clothing _..____________________________$744.337.000 "
I yards back to our supports in. just on 'my cheek, but a nice sized one on
three shoulder. I am,not looking for Consumers paid two billion dollar to EACH in-
nothing flat losing two or yards my
The of the world of' skin off my shins tearing down any more, though. duttry--but the bread and clothing interest required -
\;, ::eyes bride houses as I went (A' potato I 'will close now, and 'Want lots of fir. time as much raw materials" as the.
. masher a bomb used by Fritz,which mail from home and friends. With liquor. interest,
t ;
i r look like a'potato masher.) When I love lto each and every one of you, .
>''t rx got back I fell exhausted from shock and. more. than Iota of love to my Do you think'that the liquor industry-whose product we DONT'1f

5;: are on the man whoSAVES and what pain wa but as and soon that a* I could nil'ht'our I told more Mother, dear, I am aa ever ROBERT.'and some' aeed--,-i*'so important 'a* an employer of labor, a payer of wages, or

up little purchaser of raw materials, that it should be maintained in .
'f trench mortar batallion blew it all Kiss Robert for his Uncle a preference
to piece One platoon: of my com: $ob'a. to other industries whose output we actually DO need 7

T pany started men,over one at officer Pasecaendaeleftftyrfour strong. ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET. If yea believe that the traffic in Alcohol

They came out with one lance .corporal SPECIAL REPORT. does more harm thai good-HELP STOP IT I
and two privates. .
I have received ten parcels this X- National Stock Yards, Illinois
r mas. This was pretty good, I think. Strengthen America CampaignThis
You must thank Miss Keith for the April 2. 1918.
y trench: I certainly needed it.
as
I I I lost the cap one Mildred sent me one Today's receipts: Cattle 5000; hogs ( advertisement was prepared for the National Campaign Committee

night when I was lucky to get off 10,500; sheep 2000. by Charles Stelzle and furnished us by Mayor John S. Cadel.) 1
with my head on my shoulders. No
PAUSE;: for a moment young man more of, the volunteering business for Cattle: Killing cattle of all kinds
me, ,sO'don't let mother worry aboutit have shown material strength so far ooo oooooooooo.o.oooooo..o.oO.tO..O..ooo.oooooooo..
a thought to self. The : I will take all the care of myself this week with a net gain in valuesof
I can you may bet, after this. 15 to 25 cents per cwt., comparedwith
I problems that confront now or Give lovo to all the dear home folks the late close the week before. Wanted .
\. you and tell mother I think of her every There is a better feeling for the : '
.
? will a few hence. '. time I get in a tight place, and hope strictly good cattle than heretofore'!
years to live to get back to her.
and these are sharing in the advance.
I! Write as often as you can to your The general market on everythingbut To buy >, teers one year old and up. Price "
t' Look about you-the men of affair I in country: date, nation son, ROBERT. | the strictly good cattle, however,
yes, U the world, are the men who started to save early in life. is at the high point of the year according to age and size. Will pay spot

France, Jan. 14, 1918. HOGS: The market opened active I cash. ,
I They. hare the respect and confidence: of the community. My Dear Mother and 25c higher than yesterday with a
) Received your letter last night and thorough clearance on all available BASS & PHILLIPSA.
Hen look oa the other side-at the fellows who spend all they was certainly glad to get it. I can't supplies. Good to choice hogs 220
make they haTO a good time for while bat what does their understand why you don't get my let Ibs. down $17. 0 to $17.90; 230 to 260
may a ters. We are out in a dandy town Ibs. $17.30 to $17.70; extreme heavy F. Bass, Bayer. Kissimmee &: St. Cload., 10,ti

perwsaity'rdedT now for a rest and I am learning hogs $17 to $17.80; 120 to 140( Ib. pigs oo oo ooooooocoooo o ooooo.oooo
French fast. Just across from our $17 to $17.60; 110 to 120-lb. pigs o.oooo..
A dollar or so deposited in this bank will l be die billet is a refugee family and we are .16.50 to $17; lighter pigs $13.50 to
r ... of an honorable, independent career. great friends. I am teaching them $16.25} and rough hogs at $15,25 to
I' Make your beginning BOW-today. Your bank English, and they are teaching me $15.50.
+ H book will too French. It la peculiar too, that theyare SHEEP? Today' supply being of
$ pays way." the same age as you and papa fair volume brought out all element I IInth. Wanted :
'' ,"I and they had a boy of H. buying demand, resulting in a .
stock my age.
Capital ______.. _ __ $100,000.00
t
is advance of 15 to 25 cent
was killed at Verdun. Then there 'general percwt.
I R....area".yay : -___________________________ 00,000410 a girl sister's age, and two boy*.about on all varieties. Hardly enough :
\ the age of Roger and Zera. . of.late baa been coming, to supplythademand ; CYPRESS' LOGS I s
,7) Officers. and Directors I have fought; in tM trenches in the 'and I'mor-'beep and lamb :
) + : town they used toHT. in and.there i* can be-used to an advantage, ;Good to '
a : C A.CARSON, rre.wKATZ and S_ U LESLEY.. V-P. not a house left TTtanding. Still they choke lamb $19.25 to $19.75: medium ADDRESSLandeck '
,1 f t' IWMATIiatAt4.Galdir arcgoing back after the 'war* '. :, to-good $18.75-to'$1L25'ffat; aheep
; ; : ,' rp I told them they.would have a great S14:60.to.: $$15.50 clipped l lamb $15.65 Lumber '
0'No'' c" DRT AN. .r.1 r// N.RCAESOjr.: lit KATZ. .I 10l time I quarreling 'ov 1/'the. bricks an to"917;Choppers' $11 :to $14;<'cannors ; Co., Tampa, ,F a. ,
C.\A. CAB80N. .' FLEMING K. L. LESLEY that If all there.isf left excepting "'7 to $10" Goat $9.50 to,'|1L r"";0, and ,

..1 f JS.1YAD, B, ,TUOEEB..;_:,.Director. *.' .- I !plenty of rest;camp (that; i* what w kid..$10 ,K $14.60.:" jl7 COMMIS-- Stating.what you can furnish. for continuousshipment,_, W Wu
/. ''I t c -;"- I' . 80141"*.ca.U .Uw graves,where they NATIONAL. LIVE... .......STpCK.. 1(1 '
,
mm thick It }Ja said &}DOI1& _tho.e I I 'S1.).. ,--."......-' .. I
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'. : . THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY: APRIL 12, 1918 o THREE

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( she muke her own clothes? etc -

J} F pnteresting Letter From Company "B" I I W.C.T.U. COLUMN ))1 I she assure The answered young him of'Ibis lady'some questions said'negative, that she virtues before would KEEP your children: in ,

' .she possessed. She ''never drank, .
f, (By Sergeant McGucken) Co: B a call Wednesday afternoon. Lincoln on Democracy.As smoked or chewed; never stayed out good health--The greatest
1 I I This big hearted big minded, big I would not be a slave, BO I I all night playing. billiards; never
I We have be-fi informed that we aouled patriot was a cordial 'would not be a master. Phil expresses I lounged on the street corners; never '
': r r must learn, many thing in order to, welcome. Wherever given the Senator is my idea of democracy Whatever "stood In" with the boys for cigars menace to. health in old xa
meet the full demands of a soldier and i there also will find the sunshlno differs from this, to the:extent of tho 'or wine suppers. '
since that we note thrt news letters that cheers you and makes glad. We regret difference, Is not 'democracj.-Abra- "Now," said she, rising indignantly or is constipation.Dr.
are s.part in this war game we prompoae that Mr Donegan could not ex, ham Lincoln. "I am assured, by those who know, young .
to have a throw at it. I suspect tend his visit over several days. that you do nil these things, and it is
we can Justify our breaking: into the -Tuesday will .bo a red letter' dayllnCamp There will be a meeting of the rather absurd for you to expect all .
newspaper roll under the plea that we Wheeler. Tho Dixie Division( Union, Friday, April 12. A full attendance the virtues' in me, while you do not .
may Ihelp till> keep the"homd, *fires burn wall parade in Macon for the benefit is desired. possess any' yourself. I can never be Caldwell'sSyrup a
'
.
ing. wife. And
I.
she
of the third Loan. Following your bowed him out ,
Quite a number' of the boyi have the parade the Liberty Division: will enter The ratification epidemic still goeson. and left him on the cold doorstep, a

taken advantage of the five days'fur- a hike which will not end urtil upon We ,read that with almost feverish madder if not a wiser man-Health
lougth granted for business reasons. Saturday evening. Each day we will eagerness i ambitious political can Journal.If Pepsin
'
Sargeant Regan of 51;, Cloud 'andSer cover a distance of fifteen miles. War didatesare endeavoring to feel, the it is true that the world has
geant Fennel] are away now. All tho maneuvers of All kinds directly relat- pulse of the public. Every few days never had any considerable surplus
boys who have returned report a most ed tq duties we will be called upon to the papers report the conversion: toprohibition of food materials, and that great pop The Perfect! Laxative '
maginificent time, but usually neglect meet''' in France will be executed.,. of this or that pro-liquor ulations are ever and again exposed
to say whether they attended tj tho) Co.B is very proud of the fine record politician. One former member of I to famine or near famine; if it is true
'"very important business- th-t demanded ,it is Making with military author- the Pennsylvania legislature of the\ I that in'alm<1st every year great quan- '
their immediate presence at ities. There is no virtue more largely "personal liberty" type, frankly admitted tities of food products spoil for lack .is recommended as 'positive, remedy
home. emphasized than cleanhness. Our that his change of !heart couldbe of market or transportation, why 'I"' -
Sunday some of tho boys from Co. company streets are kept free from explained by the fact that "the i. don't we stop it? .If it is true that in for'constipation mild and gentle in its .
B went to Fort Valley and had n wonderfully much prohibition. question has ceased to be I one year the market is glutted and
even so of wood.
as a splinter action and
good' time according to re The' Divisional' 1 Sanitary Inspector one of uncertainty among the people J prices for farm produce fall below ... free from opiates and narcotic
ports. They hi-d their pictures taken has of my community; their opinions are ,the profit line, and that a few months
kitchen
given our the highest In countless homes is
Aby one of the pretty girl! of that ting in the '124th Infantry five weeks ra- definitely fixed. I I later there is a shortage, with pricesto drugs. it the
place.! Sergeant Thomas, seems, Theconversion of every presentand the consumer the
tit nearing prohibitive standard
was the Beau Brummcll N of tho party, out of the past seven. This means a prospective legislator could be' why don't we stop it? family remedy. ,Druggists
lie having received two letters from great deal. It means that the boya speedily accomplished if he were as-j]II Streams, flood high in the? spring, everywhere 'cents and dollar. "
the "little lady of the Valley. .The are receiving clean food cooked with sured in emphatic terms that the convictions I I but run low when the water is most -fifty one
sergeanthowever, is given a clear clean vessels and handled by clean of the voters in his state that needed. The irrigation engineer,
field. Friends of Sergeant Regan cooks and waiters.: It means' that the the liquor traffic must go are "defi- therefore provides a storage reser-
and Fennell 1 claim their 'chances are health, of the men is protected. nitely fixed.*' Patriotic citizens should voir for the flood waters and is there A TRIAL BOTTLI CAN II OBTAINED. FREE OF CHARGE. BY WRITIMO'TO ,
good. One tuthority S YS'thu young Everybody here is interested (in refuse to consider for ,nomination asa by able'to 'use them when and where DR. W, I. CALDWILLq WASHHOTON IT., MONTlCBLL?. 114. _
lady expressed a very decided preference the Liberty Loan campaign. We are legislator at the primaries any man he needs, and at his leisure and to his
for the handsome soldier with anxious to know how Osceola and who will not make a' pre-election profit. The engineer artificially regulates .
gold teeth.- Later developments will Gadsden counties, the counties that pledge that Ihe will vote for ratification the flow of his streams.. Why - -,
be reported, also causal ties. have furnished the largest part of of the federal prohibition, amendment could not that be done with food pro- factories, to the lasting detriment of Seduction is not recognized as a
Corporal Tiller Who has been in our company are going to respond to ducts If properly done, why would the little folks, or even will, them crime by Florida laws; we. want to
Marion Alabama, on a forty da)'.' the call of Uncle Sam. You would not that stabilize production' and con- away while yet unborn. help good men make, it a penitentiaryoffense
furloul"tt! studying for e. trance into make us proud beyond measure if you She Had a WordFor Him! sumption and insure uniform and dependable We have seen our 'husbands and for women or men to lead tho
West Point, returned to the company oversubscribed the amount apportioned A young man decided to make to a profits for the producer and sons- debauched by the liquor truffle, opposite sex from virtue.
last week. He was given'n cordial to .your' sections the first week. young lady a formal offer of his hand uniform and reasonable costs to the which is licensed and protected by Women as a class, are economists.
welcome home. He will probably There is considerable rivalry among and heart-all he 'was worth-hoping consumer? Does anyone know a the vote of men' We want to help as an economic measure, as a methJ'of ;
leave for West Point at en early date. the boys with regard to the patriotismof for a cordial reception. lie cautiously statesman, who can spare the time to good men vote it into the bottomlesspit establishing every community I
Sargeants AsJiton and Oliver have their people back home, You must prefaced his declarations with a 'few' give studious attention to such mat-. then stand on, the brink and the best and most economical systemof
been attending a country church come across or else these fellows may questions, for :tie had no intention of ten?Country Gentleman. watch it writhe in death agonies. education, morals, social sanitary,
with the strictest rerulanty for the construe your' failure to do so as lacking "throwing himself away." Did she We want 'to help good men make and spiritual conditions Florida needs
loot two months. It may be that they in loyalty to the great cause of love him well enough to livo !in a cottage Franchise. laws that will give the wife, who the! political power of woman more-
are devotees of the old time religion, democracy. A dollar invested in bonds with him Was she a good Florida women desire the ballot to owned'' real estate previous tin her than she needs it. a
but we'have a contrrry view since we means a blow at, Kaiser Bill. We will cook Did she think it a wife's duty help good men. enact, and enforce just marriage, the; right to control 'and These' are only a few of the reasons
have bvon advised that every eligibly do with rifle'', to make a home happy Would she laws.We it without the
our and
part bayonet; manage humiliating why Florida women are asking for
want to half interest in
male citizen 'n that neighborhood has consult his tastes and wishes concern- I own a
you do your part with a few dollars Children that fathers 'necessity of appealing to the courts the ballot. |
been drafted into service. and cents. Men the ing her associates and pursuits in our may not *
There has always been onsiderable army iswatchingyou. life? Was she economical' Could 'give them away or hire them out in to become a "Freeholder IRENE GALLOWAY ADAMS;
Acts, not words, is the only way
talk about our I letters being censored to convince us that patriotism .
your ----- - --- -
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when write -- ----- ---- --,- - ----- -'-
we from the
camp "over Is tru blue. The hour has struck. Let !
there. Sergeant McLean says ho us hear that have the'
you gone over
Has
no objection no long as they keep
top. Buy bond today watch the
his "elucidatlons" your ;
privrle, because! kaiser: and his imps when
shudder
his
secrets! will not concern the military
: establishment Who is the divinity .they. hear the news tomorow.
that consumes all the
thoughtsof
GIRLS! LEMON
our Scotchman? JUICE
CeMIN'eedtr
Paul McKee has been speculatingon IS SKIN WHITENER
having his picture taken. !He -
made a little calculation on the num How to make a creamy beauty lotion
'ber he would have to order to satisfy for a few cents. nt
recently made demands and found
that it run slightly over two dozenand The juice of two fresh lemons
a half Taking a good look at himself strained into a bottle containing three
in his pocketbook he decided that ounces of orchard white makes a
he would be better looking after pay whole quarter, pint of the most re "
, day. mark'able lemon skin beautifier at
A rumor which seems to have solid about the cost one must pny for a
foundation is in circulation to the ef small jar the ordinary cold creams. ...
feet that Corporal Cecil B. Canty l is I Care should be taken to strain the Paints and Varnishes
to receive a commission.' Good for ,, lemon juice through a fine cloth so no ,
Cecil. .lemon pulp gets in, then this lotion I
All men and officers ore being examined will keep fresh for months. Every
this week to ,mepflire their ef I woman knows that lemon juice is usedto
ficiency in their sever)* lines of duty, bleach and remove such blemishes .
Thf examinations/ consists of subjects as freckles sallowness and tan nnd is "
completed since we have been in camp. the ideal skin softener, whitener and '
It is thorough and the fortunate ones beautifier. '. ;: Meet the Nation's Needs " ,
may well be proud :of \SsinR'iZ.f,:_ ,,,;;Just, try,itjy' ,Get,three ounceegoforchard \ '" ,::" F
,'J, ficiency 18 the keyword\ oflthisscampi; whita.rati; any.!druf8torejnndtwojemons ';" .,,!....., . .' r, ''j'' (','}''' '
The governmenthasjjfalway| furi :: .from the grocer and makeup 'IC"7 ,.JN
; I, niahed us,,with f soap tfcndpfcicruhbing! .] *a"quarters]pint of"ithis'swcetlylfral / / 'd ; f I
, weed brushes to wash'clo the?\IwithJ butl last!! graTitjlemon(lotion |massagelit T. is is a,war year for Paints i and: IV, r iish'eslf: *Government a, m an d {a.r e h e av y, r'p,. ,
issued *
.. they to each of us a dailv mto'the. tacc'neck. ; arms and "! > , # < BHWlB. *
els.cake of Guess toilet they scan think and,the two weather bath' tow is ,hands. raw materials scarce. Deliveries daily grow more uncertain. Yet the need for .

warm enough to make a suggestion I The farmer who is short of help forestalling property repairs and replacements
direct and pointed. We have also should look to the purchase of improved expensive !1
been issued military brushes and a machinery to meet the short been
has I
' through'painting
tooth brush. Sergeant Thomas! thinks age Do it now. never greater. ti
Uncle Sam is trying to make "dudps"
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out of us.
Mrs. VA C. Fortenberry arrived i in something If you have' else room, plant on your velvet farm beans.for 1 Certain-teed Paints and Varnishes meet this situa-

Macon Monday nfttrnmp to spend u' Feeds of all kinds will be high priced I
few weeks with her, husband, Sergt. and this soil renovator will bring a tion. They are made, ,by -a responsible organization with

I latives Fortenberry Mr. and during Mrs.She her Lavelet will stay! reside here.Buck with who pro re good! crop_to sell at those! high prices. I 30. years' practical experience, in the Paint and Varnish bus-


en route over to in Cape Macon May for, N. a J.,few arc stopping days- For Indigestion BiliousnessJust Constipation or iness. They come in a full line, of kinds, colors and sizes.

visiting Mrs. Buck's brother, Tire Mc. try one SO-cent bottle of LAX-FOS .
Oallister. They both have many WITH PEPSIN. A Liquid Digestive "
: friends among the Kisimmc-o boys Laxative pleasant to take. Made and Certain-teecf Paints'and Varnishes cover generously,
here who were more than glad to see recommended, the public by Paris Medicine -
tlem. Co.,manufacturers of Laxative Bromo look well and offer maximum protection because they are
Senator Arthur E. Donegan paid Quinine and Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic.

,- . ,-...;"- -.., made of high-grade materials accurately proportioned and

C. A. CARSON. President. N. C BRYAN. Secretary J t d mixed by modern machinery 5 under expert supervision.The .


The Waters & CarsonGrocery Paint,.Products. detailed formula of each Certain-teed Paint is


on the can. The price of each Certain-teed Paint is based

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Company 1 upon cost plus a fair and uniform profit and varies according -

,; I to color. Thus you see exactly what your money is

: t Wholesale and Retail Dealers in buying;"and fay only f what you get. Compare this with the custom of

charging a flat price fixed by the expensive items for all colors, and,

GROCERIES , making most colors pay big' profits. "

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Choose Certain-teed Paints and Varnishes for satisfaction.Y 4

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0000000000000000 00000000000000. There is a right one for every: purpos'e; use it according

0. WE. SELL- *0t 0 0 WE BUY .. to the directions on the can and good results are assured.If .

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/HAY' 0 your paint or hardware dealer does ndt handle CertainI I "
i HIDES Varnishes he them for
' GRAIN { 1NII Std 1 teed Paints and can get you.
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0 FERTILIZERS 0 .

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SHINGLES '. 'i IhIw..w
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ORANGE BOXES Certain-teed
0e ALL S /-e Products. Corporation ,

'I ,0 ORANGE oJ WRAPS' e. .. COUNTRY { { a / Office. and,Warehouses (In the Principal) Citi.i of America> I

.... ,.' VEGETABLE CRATES. HOUSE PAINL Manufacturer' ',
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i We tell field and garden seeds of all kinds. / '' -Varnishes-Roofing

I Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. I ... t.
yi I Free delivery in city limits. "Phone No. |12- 1

< We are county agents for (good fertilize Ask us for/eircnlar/ and orienton

'fertilizer. ,(U. S. Feed"daba1atrati.a LictaM N*. G-22092), Certain-teed] Paints and Varnishes 'sold j,in Kissimmee by Osceola Hardware Co.

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FOUR I THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1918 '.
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7 KISSIMMEE I VALLEY GAZETTE. r moonlight The soldier nights.who-is- -guarding the II POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS J) J JFOR

t Cloud' American home and stands ready to ,
St. Department. .
P.bIsb. Ev.ry Fr$ .F. fight the Hun will send a smile from I I'

% $7 K....._.. Valler Bmmrttf C..pa>BFlerMa .. the smilagtt book as he tears off a STATE AUDITOR FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI
....._ coupon and odds a double pleasure as
k Councilman two that I will be
"! he takes a lonely home-sick khaki. Served as. City hereby announce a ,,
\ NEWS AND NOTES OF TilE "WONDER CITY"" Tax Assessor of Polk Co. 8 candidate for County Commissioner'
W. B. Harrin. r..*..... clad to an uplifting:, beneficial even-- years;
K. G., V... A......., Secretary JAMES MILES MANAGER Ing's' entertainment. years; Pure Food Inspector three from District No. 1, and will appreciate >)

r .".i.p...e .. .. II.. II yearsA; set. Postmaster, Bartow, two the auport; of the voters In that. I
years. With these experience I feel district. '
UNIQUE BOX COLLECTS ;
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......rt..... ....., I Mr. Z. Barag left on Tuesday mother, Mrs. J. B. Westcott. 1 am competent to handle, the w6rk E.L. D. QVERSTREET.
L On Copy, On. .. -.,....???....' .00 morning to spend a few weeks at The Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliary : FUNDS FOR PATRIOTIC usr Incumbent upon a State Auditor.I .
One Copy, Six: Monthl....'........ 1.00 Johnson City, Tenn., before going held its regular meeting on Monday "Radiator Bill" Erickson has md will appreciate your support and FOR REPRESENTATIVETo
On Copy Three Month.......... ,71 .
another contribution this
on north. with a goodly number in attendance, untique vote at the Democratic Primary in the White Democratic Voters of
All communication except from our Mr. and Mrs. George Barber. Mr, and next Monday they will hold a cycle time it 'is in the nature of a collection: June. 'J. H. LANCASTER, .Osceola County: '
Authorised correspondents "must !>. and Mrs E.,: D. )French and Mr.. MyronF. tea at the home of Mrs. Rose : box: having1 three compartments, labeled Bartow, Florida. I Hereby enounce myself as a candidate "
'.Icned by the writer.R..Jecl..d ., Barber were the guests on Friday Woods on Florida avenue and .Eighthstreet Y. M. C. A., Red Cross IIn' for election as the member of
matter will not b. returned last of Mrs. and I Tobacco Fund. This is attached to a TilE BOARD OF I '
.nlss called for. Lydia Daugherty FOR MEMBER OF the House of Representatives from t
niece, Miss EllaMcAllister.. The Loyal Daughters will meet on flag, the flag ttfid box both'belng mad' '. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Osceola! : sub jet to the will or .
(Entered In Postofflce at Kllm ;, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Christman and Friday at the Christian, church. of tin, and the entire device fastenedin At the solicitation of many' friends county. in.the }
Bee,. Florida\ a* serond-class matter.) who have the a conspicuous place near the do i the Democratic voters pritnarrelectien. f
Mrs; Dunlap, passed Mr. Harvey: who has been a guestat ) [ have decided to offer mv services to be held Juno 4th. '
., winter In our midst, left Tuesday for the St. Cloud hotel this winter, of the news stand. It Is the intentionto again to the voters of Osceola county I thoroughly. appreciate the honorof
their home at Columbus, Ohio. left Wednesday morning for Bar- open this. box on the fourth ol is member of the Board of Public
Mr Myron o. Barber, who has beena nette N. H. July, ,to count the money found ir'' (Instruction. I fully appreciate the serving as a member of the FloridaLegislature
guest.at the Bonair house this winter the several funds and to Bend it to 'kind words of commendation and of- during the last two sessions
left on Saturday for his home at Mr. Stephen Wheeler left on Wed. the proper authorities., I C6rs; of support from my friends, and and realize that the knowledge-
Monteveido Minn. nesday to spend the summer in New The box,: is attracting a good deal'(Should I be> re-nominated and' elected, and experience thus acquired will 'enable -

Mrs, E", I). French of Ashton spent Hampshire of attention and will likely collca will give the office tho same painstaking me to give better service anothr-
Tuesday in St. Cloud calling on I Mrs. 'McClay was the i guest on neat' sum that could be reached. i it II care' in' the future that I have term.I .
friends." Wednesday of Mrs.) Levi Shambow.Mrs. other y.'m in the past. W. C. BASS.. respectfully refer to my record'
Mr.. and Mrs.. Joseph Chisum, who : Gwendolyn Colston spent the '--.-"- .. during the last two sessions of 'ho

have spent the winter here,, left Monday . week end with Qlivine Savage at. the For FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI Legislature. '
for a few days at Orlando before Hotel 'Manhattan, Klssimmee. ,;Congressman am a candidate for County Com As .he next two months will be

returning to their home at Bloss, Mrs. Livermore, past department missioner' from District No.3, subject very busy ones with me I may not be-

N Y. president, Mrs. Fannie Fergason, Fourth District to the action of the Democratic'. '. able to see all of the voters personally -.
Mr. and Mrs., Elliott left on Tues Mrs. Samantha Bartlett and Mrs primary. but your support In the coming-

: APRIL 12/1918: day' for their home I in Nebraska.Mr ) Julia French' left on Monday to at. JOHN PARTIN primary will be 'highly appreciated. '
Chcrlie ''Ford, who /lhas a win- tend the department convention to beheld and if nominated and elected I shall
ter home here in oop's Addition, left ) at Dade City this week. ,I- It FOR REPRESENTATIVEI work diligently and faithfully to ..he-

Osceola county is doing her part Tuesday to join his family at Flint- Past Commander James Goff, Rev.J. hereby announce myself) a .candidate very best of my ability in th*' serviceof

nobly In the sale of War Savings Mich.Mla.. B. Westcott, Department Commander r- for Representative in the Leg the people of Osceola' county and
Stamps. She now stands sixth on the Ed Depew was the guest on Corl went to Dade City to attend ': islature from Osceola County, subject the state of Florida.
per capita list for the entire state, Wednesday last of Mrs. Anna Ans. the department: encampment.Mr. -., to the action of the Democratic Very respectfully,
? having sold" 94 cents 'worth of stamps baugh.' primary. 'FRED M. BASE! N. C, BRYAN I
Mr. and Mrs. Mosher and daughter and Mrs. B. F. Martin left on .,
The
.2: for each person in the county. -----wwnwnwnnwwwwuwwuwuwCLASSIFIED
Monday for their home in Dakota.Mr. .
five counties exceeding this amount started on Tuesday for New Bedford,

't capita are Pinellas, Palm Beach, Mass, and Mrs. C. E. S. Cooper, who I
pea- Mr. and Mrs. Elliott the dinner have been l (
Dade, Hillsborough and Orange. And, were pleasantly situated on 8th ADVERTISEMENTSJ
incidentally, this is a practical demonstration guests on Wednesday last of Mr. street, between Ohio and Florida avenues .
of what can be accomplished and Mrs. Alonzo Vincent.Mr. left Tuesday morning for their
r through judicious advertising and and Mrs. J. W. Christman home'at Toledo, Iowa. FOR BALB!-.Second-hand Ford car. FOR RJlJNT-JI'urnl.h.d. rooms 01" '
were tfhe 'guests .0n'last Friday of Mr. at attractive price Oaceola MotorCo. apartment for light housekeeping,.
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concerted work. Each of the counties Mr. I. N. Albertoon left Tuesday ., 107 Hroadway In modern convenient house, close In.
which exceeded this one have a daily and Mrs. David alubau h. morning to spend the summer at East Mr.. K K. Well, Real Estate and Insurance .
.. paper, and the merchants and Mr. T. \V.\ Rogers has purchasedthe Orange, N. J., and Bangor, Pa. \"ANTEO--A few m.llk'"customers. K. 116 MVbbette St. Phone 24*.
bUSi.1 Bennett property on Carolina J, Rolltr,, Cape: Brevie.. PhonetS U
ness men have been running Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Wilson who .
17tfWANTRD FOR SALE CHEAP-f Intend to Belt .
,* ter page of advertising urging avenue and is now: occupying; his new j !have spent tho winter here, left on ION L. FARRIS TO-BOY chairs; both of my bungalows tight away.If .
homej -.Porch also
buv Osceola county ; you are Interested In a real bar-
people to stamps. for home Elkhart
at
has but the Gazette 1s- Mr. Hall and mother Mrs. Booth, Monday their! porch Bwlng. Phone 808._ .Kaln write. to me about them or calt.
no daily, Ind. Fon" SA 1.K-Hetall lumber 'yard andnovelty to see me. The Currle residence l .
which were the guestn on Sunday _of 1011'.1 A self-made man, with an un.urpavHrtl x *
W. S. S. edition
sued a special work Box 497. Klslmmee.. located on Verona Rt.. tins two lots,
with War and Mrs. Levi Shambow on Caroline record of public service. Kla. nice lx-room
was liberally interspersed 18-tf a cottage! large workshop
Saving Stamp advertising contribut. avenue. PARKHave Inn I.. Karri In A self-made man HPIn LOST-Second"week, In :March. 16-fobt rood garage nice lawn excellent *
\' ed by Kissimmee's patriotic business Mr. and Mrs. William Hall left on KISSIMMEE thiitv-ntne:\ years of age: wa* bornlI"ol'da. unpainted flat-bottomed row boat. flowing well. Price rIght: The'lIed
Tuesday to attend the Grand Chapter ,. In parents w.r.. South ("arollnlnnM one pair oar and oarlocks. rope and Bungalow corner Mabhette .and,
men. 'oT the Eastern Star which is being the boy page Mr. Jupiter Ken red In Marion county chain ; got away from Melklejon'a llermtida, new never ncrup.ed flood
000 I Kite lot. built of best mnteilals.
Florida. where he attended the public dock, 1'uradlMe Island Return to Any
STATE PRESS ASSOCIATION held at Jacksonville, Fla. Pluvius so that we may offer appro. schools.Vaa forced by circumstanceslo Mr. C C lIvers, 1'aradlao leland, one interested i Ir) either of theaeproperties
I Mr. Frank Carcy-Elwes of Jacksonville priate and cordial thanks for his favor IVHVP, xchool at the a.s. of plxtec-n. Five dollar reward offered_16-tf : with real 1 In-tcntton to buy
The 1918 Florida State Press Association a former well known resident of Sunday evening. 'It was a I .Comninc the battle of life us a',, 1-O.ST--Itetween 901 Mal betto St. and can nnd buy' them low, neasoHfiblo below their terms.value, '

came to a close Friday afternoon -I of Orange county, has purchased splendid show f--just the right hvlpir maker.'o'k..1 to 111* father In who factories.wan a packinghouses boiler- Irayslone' t theater gold wrist watch. Chas arrange P. Dow,any 21 Ho. Oraiifro. Ave.,

after a three-day session a half interest in Capt Cope's booting amount, at the .right time and'in the arid noldfl. Learned stenography Hrlgg Howard. 901 If returned Mnhhette to Ht Mice |Vlvynn 7llidKUIt Onlandol"la. 8-tf
business. which Include1.; his boats, right place. Come again next week, at nlirht/ and In thla way prepared | --- '--
pent in the most unique meeting in wharves and so forth. friend Jupe. himself to enter a law office liesupported SAI..K-An excillenl. oii'<.-h,.ri "
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Jesse ,
himself and aided his father 1. Trace" Orlando copy of the Florida Farmer nnd
the history of the association when Earl Nighswonger of TarnrJanpaid: Happy Dan Kemerer, wearing hU 'fl large family while reading law.- rnal.l_ 17-lt fctockman publlhed at JackHonvtlle.
the citizens of DeLand, Daytona and a visit to relatives here this week. ever ready smile and his best Sunday Was admitted to the bar at the am llA ILFIYI4 AUTO 8KUVICK. KISHlmmee Felis about livestock raisins dalryInir. .
New Volusl 's $1,000,000 Mr. Wilkes, Mrs. Wm. Johnson. suit fared forth Saturday for Green- of twenty-one; married and then moved to St. Cloud 10 a. m.. I p. m. and 7:30: Inv.. twice poultry.,month citrus at fruit 60c and truck*
Smyrna. per yearthree -
to Jacksonville whom he has p. in. HI. Cloud to KlHBlmmee$
nuccessfully 8 a. ene:
Maurice Johnson Mrs. Thomason and Pa. Daniel is
burg, now partly a 12 end year for '1.00. Only livestockand
their doors and their practiced his chosen prote.- m. 6i34 p m. Central l>
triangle opened run
Miss Merle Thomason motored ,to Or. native of the Park, having added at aba r\er since. lie I I. a member of Store, Klssimmee.: Phone 41 Marine' tale.g-eneral Write farming paper In the
hearts to the scribes from aU over lando. Sanford, New Smyrna and De- least ,12 pounds- to his avordupois several secret fraternal organizations.lie liruK Store. St. Cloud. 1'hona 5' today.

the state. I Land on Sunday. while here. and his wife are both member of for liealdence $t...-. Apply. to }or.
the Methodist church and their 'children hire. -
- ) The business of the meeting, I Mrs. M. A. Clark of Klssimmee We are making great progress in attend the Methodist Sunday- Wu'Wr"-nr- - - - -------- --..------ --- - - .,. . -
the election of officers of the association was a St. Cloud visitor on Friday last. building us a dock worthy of our achool He was elected to the Leiclsla- "

and its subdivisions, the East. I Mr.; and Mrs. H, A. Haymaker, who coming greatness. But having built .lur-i,.ct.'d efrom In 1 1909.Duval! Elected Counyt speaker In 1901 of; the rei W. II. ARNOLD ALAN J. MAC DONOUGIJ
; Coast Publishers and of the' Publish., have been spending the winter *ere, the dock, the next problem confront HOUH, In ISO*. He-elected to the Ieirlalature .
r.: ers' Auxiliary Committee, the appointment left on Tuesday for their home. at ing us cdncerns the lake itself. At In 1913 and wa attain! elected ARNOLD & MacDONOUGH
i' of meeting places for Kent'Ohio. present the shore line 'is about as Kpeakar of the House. Klected State

V/ these bodies as well as outlining tho Mr. and Mrs. S.; W. Rode and elusive as milady's waistline. Toho- Senator the office from. he the now 18th hold District Governor In 1>14. Contractors Engineers Architects

general future policy was carried forward daughters, Anna and Magdalene, Miss pekaliga is the greatest asset 6f Os llrownrd tendered Mm the JudK ahlnof .
t with a dispatch which gave opportunity Elsie Smith: and sister, left on Tuesday ceola county, and should be controlled the Criminal 'ourt (Iiuval County) DARLINGTON AVE. CITIZENS BANK ..BLDG.I .
for the enjoyment of the for their home at Brownstown, . by locks at the Southport outletso In 1907 and Governor Trammell offer I
ed to appoint him Judtcn of the FouithJudicial
i Ill. as to secure a depth of three feet .
lavish entertainment planned by the Circuit In 191S He declinedto l'
; hosts. Mrs. Pherigo and small daughter, greater than at present. The continual .accept these high Judicial office... FOR SAtE-ONR'. EMERSON TYPE. ,
DeLand with its fine'-, educalional1aciloltjes Dorothy, ,who have, been visiting relatives bhellowing- the lake is a serious deeming It to be hi* duty to"finish the. WRITER. MODEL. THREE VI3-
:' its handsome residences at Palm 1 Beach land M iamire business, low'about: , .Kissim'I -, work, hehad commenced.'Karfl :: ,f"' __ IBI.E. AS GOOD AS NEW' Apply MotorBoat.
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and grand i old S trees,'" its s surrounding turned homeJ Monday)evening'jjjJ Aritv!" meetlil.." .:, l' :''.I.:, h' :< :',!'.: .;.,.' I', I.H'U{\: !.) ,;;IJ ;f f 2ff; 1\n.t': ; 'ftr'alne'd' : ,%and I'eii till8 South Vernon Ave. tf '

country, rich: in historical associrtions _Mrs:. L3 U.i Zimmerman', has beenTill, \ tB Offtl'o ourfwinter Sldenis,!j/perhaps qualified p..rlene..tlll"KI.llilor.- I l iC(...eminently..In I t Iii Y"A: LIBERTY FOR SALE-$200 j'
itolaervel the4peopl U Cone C1'p.?
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f and in agricultural opportunities, for a few days this week"but T none areieldingreatercesteemcol.lectively ! ! KrfSS.lW He stands!with the President, PowerDory'
were spread in panoramic view before little better at this writing. ,. ;. and individually, than the for victorious and determined prose Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up System 6 Horse ; Model' :
the fascinated eyes of y, editors and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gessford arr I members. of the house of Sayre. So cution of the war. even If It take every The Old Standard rnersl trenrtheolnc tonic New England built. In very best "
I their friends while the hand rasp of again ft their home on Florida ave hat the packing of the household man to and the lost .dollar of our re"ou'ce. ROVU't TASTELESS chill. TONIC.drTiresout ''. condition. ..
deatroy autocracy and 4larla.enriches
the friend nue, after spending the most of the :roods and their annual migration to establish .,. the blood.aod builds uptbesy.*
was not wanting to complete democracy throughout the m. A true r ir **nr adults; and cbilarea. 60o Would trade for second hand
a the pleasure. It was eminently winter on Carolina avenue on account Buckeye Lake Ohio, was observedlast world. fie I I.. a real democrat and has '
fitting that DeLand should prepare an of the illness of Mrs. Gessford's fa. week with genuine regrtl!: by been tht champion of democracy and NOTICEAll I Ford Car. Inquire .

1 intellectual treat for her guests and ther, J. G. Hill, who is much improved their many fricndav With ,the comingof autocracy democratic; And principle Hpeclal, and privilege the foe ever of dogs running at large In the I J. K.. CONN .
the toasts and responses at the'' banquet at this time. November we sincerely hope Mr. nlrice his entry Into public life. Heatarxda city must wear a collar with tho 11- I
given' at the College Arms Inn, Mr. and Mrs. 3. G. Hill, Mr. and Sayre will again "obey that impulse" for !government ownership o censo tag attached. __ Conn Appartments, orHaley's ,
Wednesday evening, proved all that Mrs. Bert Gessford 'spent a very and head southward and sunward, lallroHdn, telegraph lines, and. all other GEO. W. OVERSTREETCity ,
public utilities for full ,
: justice- labor Bath House
could be pleasant with bringing the entire family tree. also Marshal. StfcCFoud
expected when such men as day on Monday Mr. and -- as well a* every Bother .class of
Richard II. Edmonds of tho.Manufac Mrs. A. V.'. Lathrop, it being the sev- Florence. our citizenship, for the ilraftlnHT of -
0 turers Record and Dr. Linc.oln Hulley, enty-fifth birthday of Mrs. Lathrop. Mrs. F. S. Cahill, looking decidedly wealth ..* well a* all other resources

President of Stet.son Univ.rsity, Mrs Hill and Mrs. Lathrop have been. attractive in her new spring chapeau, the of the WAr..",upon Uon. the In same thee prosecution principle., an.>

spoke. friends for fifty years. visited Kissimm.ee Wednesday to say to the came extent that the manhon WE WISH TO LET
I The cross country motor trip along I Mrs. Thornberry, who has' beenspending farewell to her good friends and of the country I* drafted 'and "nt t" "
the splendid hard surfaced ro-.ds With the winter here. left on Saturday neighbors, the Messrs. and Mesdames the front to fight for the principle of .
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democracy and liberty of mankind,
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Daytona beach and a buffet luncheonas I for her homo in Monticello, 111. Sayre, on their departure for the the death penalty of spies and traitors .

the objective point was a revelation She was accompanied as far as Kis-. .North. without delay: for prohibition of t THE PEOPLE KNOW ...
to those who were viewing the simmee by Mrs. Bert Gessford. t Miss Pauline Steele l the accomplished liquor traffic both durlnx and after

country for the first time. A 500 party consisting: of four ta. and charming 'young heiress, the the Kovppnment war, and for of the commandeering million of gal-by :

... Editor Fitzgerald's banquet Thurs. bles was held at the St. Cloud hotel of Washington, Pa.,.Is contemplatinga lon of. alcohol now In the distillers' \
q day evening at the Prince George ho. Tuesday evening for the benefit of the visit to the Parley; Her visits are. bonded warehouse of the country for that we have a grocery store second to none in Osceola: county as 'f'

tel, with its camouflage literr-ry program Red Cross. Mrs. Frost pnd Mrs. usually striking affairs. and use .war In the munition.manufacture; thereby of explosive conserving to sanitary of goods and building. The following ad will! esplaln.E"er'bod .
1, proved to be tho real thing in Bracy were the hostesses for the ev1enlng. Great things are in sU/re for Kissimme : for food purpose the million. ofbushel
Invited to in and look stock and
) come over our get
the way of entertainment and fairly I Park in the way of crop*. of grain now being consumed
scintillated with witticisms tad local Mrs. Cooper's Sunday school: l class ,Messrs. Reep and Lupfer have enough by the breweries and annually being prices buy and save money and take your savings and buy War

hits. picnicked at Runnymede on Saturday.: potatoes to feed Ireland, while the used the manufacture under. government of alcohol direction for war In Stamps and help win the war.

The motor trip to New Smyrna Fr!. i Thbse present were Mrs. Grace Cooper citrus crops next year promise to be purpose; for liberal appropriation "John Smith of this city has just Installed a Sherer Pure Food
day along the beach or through the teacher, Mrs. Brown, Misses Ruth hummers. What we badly need now for river and harbor Improvements;
tropical groves was like a trip Brown, Ruth Ladoe Vera Johnson, is a railway; for want of one the for a cross-State canal. counter for bulk groceries., This counter presents ,very handaome .

through fairv tend, r.nd from the moment Pearl Bass, Kathleen GoflT, Harriet)growth of the Park Is being stunted.Of Mr. Farrl will In a short time pub. appearance and Is one more guarantee that the bulk goods Mr.
of arrival in thia pretty little Meyers, Helen Bowen, Iva Marshalland course we know times are not pro- llh* a statement dealing at length with Smith sells will be clean and sanitary. We congratulate Mr. Smith

. city till the hour_of.departure every. Evadna' Harris. pitious for making capital\ expenditures those affect matter the and welfare questions of the which national vitally on his enterprise In "Shtrer-icing his store.' .
body was made to "feel at home. Mr. Bullard .of Palatka is the guest but the A. C, L. may as, well be commonwealth, and thereupon as a
The: luncheon served at Coronado this week of his sons, "Frank and educated right now to the necessity of candidate for Con Kress will ak thuffraga > The Sherer-ized Store
', Beach where the ocean piled! its white Prof. Bullard, and their families. j surveying -the ground from Peghorn.A .. of -Democratic voters of
the Fourth
capped? wrrei on the shdro in a never Neil Bartlett left on Wednesday line would soon pay, and we are on Florida. Congressional District of
ending line was a fitting close to this morning for Fort Dade, after a few the map ,to stay.SMILAGE I'm running a Shererized- store; Jio walkb. my Shererized store to
unparalelled meeting though the resi days furlough spent at his home here. 1 ,_ NOTICE. } Wok PUBLICATION I wouldn't go back any more, fora his friends.
dents of .he city continued their' at Mrs. Bessie Morgan left on Wed-. BOOK CAMPAIGNMrs. n.......... of tkr Interior, t). B. Land carload' of scads, to the way of Oh ht-re in my Shererized shop,

tentions to tho visitors by 'motori nesday evening for Jacksonville, Minnie Moore-Willson accepted Office at OalBe.vllle.April Flm.I, 1918. our dads, to the sloppy old methodsof economy's always on 'top; for
l' about the city to view the run is of the where she expects to take a course in the chairmanship of the Military Notice la' hereby given that John yore. things are at hand, at my constant
J: old Spanish mission and the fort a business> college I entertainment Council, which patriotic Stewart of Davenport Fla., who, on You ask, "What does Shererize command. I don't have to trot; tillI
there till tho 1 lour of the departing Mr. and Mrs. C: W. Bruns of Nar-I order is under the authorityof January. No.20, 102447 1914 for made E%Homestead5ntry. of SKH, mean?" Well, firstly, it's making drop. The goods are- in sight of
f trains irrivcd.THOMAS I roossee were St. Cloud callers on I the-U. S. Government. Mrs. Will- Hectlon 1, Township 268. Kanga 2512 things clean; in a Shererized store the scale, I am wasting no time in
'. .' -______________ Monday. son says of this Smilag Book campaign Tallahassee. Meridian' has filed notice there's no junk on the floor; no dirtor 'I a wale; I gambol and smile in the
Misses Comely Moore of Intention to make Three-year Proof disorder to be seen. The goods old fashioned style, as I
k BUYS COOrERING Alexander, I that when it comes to Kissimmee's to establish claim to the land above merrily
GemillMrs./ Drought and daughter, contribution towards the'morale described before Clerk Circuit Court are protected from fleas,; the mica take in the kale.
' OUTFIT FOR POTATOES Alice, picnicked at Miss Mary Knis- and happiness of the khaki boys, at Klaslmmee, Fla, on the 24th day of do not gnaw at the peas; the rat The problems that bothered my'
r man's beautiful home at the west end that tIde town with the "smiling May 1818.Claimant. never gloats o'er the shaker rolled brain, and drove me three-quarters to* .
A. E. Thomas, who is associated of town on Saturday. name" that says "Kiss-him-mee 8. K Bowen name, of a Davenpprt* witnesses:Florida' oats, and the cat doesn't roost on with Rull Bass in the growing of Comrade the cheese. The goods that a have been settled at last '
Horst left Monday' to Kiss-him-mee" to every new comer Joel Wooten. of Davenport, Florida. customer ; the word
nearly forty acres of potatoes on spend the summer in California. will not only go. "over the top" anl"over 8. B Dill, of Davenport Flail. buys aren't specked by the "Shererize" will explain. The
J. farm on Fish Lake, has Mr'j 'Mr. Frank Gilbert left on Friday there," but will "double track" ida.. O. Goodman, of Ixivghman Flor. frolicsome flies, and 'no bowwowcan ''I. problems of loss and waste, tne

ed A coopering outfit and is securing last for Fort Lee, N. J., where he has and that the smiles that the soldier 17-St TIOBT. W. DAVIS R glter. ,weep ..on the crackers I' keep, problem of profitless .haste, and J
;t' the knock-down" material for the accepted a position in the bank. boys will wear will span miles and as no matter Tiow often he tries. ten thousand more, of the grocery
; construction of'barrels to help move Master Joe Cathcart left on Tues theY' brush their mud bespattered. NOTICE FORDepartment PUBLICATION Fojks' come to my .Shererized store have all /om my doorway
.'. the immense) crop which is now maturing day to join his brother who is In trench worn uniforms preparatory to OCTIee of at the Ualaevllle.ljterlr,. V.- 8. Land store, and when they have looked been chased. .
in Osceola county. The ship charge of their farm at McCook coun an} evening's .entertainment of a ', April ;,"1918. the place o'er, they murmur, "Gco 'I'm running a Shererized '
'' SJ... feel some uneasiness regarding ty Nebraska. wholesome, clean nuature, in ImaginatIon Notice I I. hereby given that Omar H. Whist How delightful it isl! We've don't tear my hair any storei'r

their ability to obtain sufficient barrels Mrs. Edith D. Shackleton and two mother, sister or sweetheart Brltt.April 85 of. LouKhman 1916, made, Homestead Fla.,. who. on seen nothing like it before! The don't sprinkle tears on my whis- '
to move the crop and Mr. Thomas children, who have been spending' the will be at their side M they see the No. OJS849 for 8WH pfNWU, Section Entry SI customer cheerfully spends and kerr and ears, or spend my nights :
,4 "exercised: a little foresight and secured winter with her father ,Comrade name of the donor who think) of Township JIB Range 28E, Tallahassee when from my place he wends, be walking the floor. ')! .i"
; this outfit which will double theBTOwer'a Stanton, expect to leave on Saturday them in the ordeal of army life. 20 to Meridian, ha filed notice of Intention gives me no knocks but boost as WALT MASON. C
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chance: to' secure OIls supply U Join her husband Major Shackle- coupons' for <1 means 20 entertainments 1o Three-year the land above Proof described to establishclaim be i
Bass & Thomas will need 2600( to ton, who is stationed at Cleveland, for one dollar at the Liberty fore Clerk Circuit Court at Klsslm- Everybody cordialFyuivited. You will be treated right. .. i'
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3000 barrels for their own but Ohio. mee, Via,
crop, tents and Liberty auditoriums. Five on the 24th day of May. 1918.: .
In event they can venire the material Mrs. Pearl Creel of Kissimmeii'was Claimant name. a. witnesses: ';
cents for the'soldier
you may give J. R. Collln of Ixmghman Florida. PRICE
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ready to beset up a go d cooper can. the guest on Friday of' J4.ra.J'_. ,B.' who i* fighting the Hun. Think" of Jam. Jackson of Ix>ughman, Flor CUT CASH GROCERY
torn. out nearly three hundred finished Westcotfc : this fo.i the soldier-your boy-when Ida.w. '
barrels per daywhich"' would ma- Miss Edith Jenness of Kissinunee 17. Britt, of Loughman. Kla. Phone '
you area enjoying picture chow In 141. 422 Broadway '
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guest., on Thursday of her your own 'town or' automobiling on 17-tt ROOT. W. DAVIS, Reslster.
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.. Just received big' shipment White ,
I ) .1 INTERESTING LOCAL ITEM$\ 11 Tennis Shoes. F. H. Lawson.." *' .

/ Mrs. Leask and Miss Isabel l Hamilton PROGRAM
are sightseeing in St. Petersburg.
. .. ..... .. .o..o..oo..o Pratt's Poultry Remedies. Taylor'** Bessie Barrlscale .at the Casino tonight -


i j Grocery.Attorney W. J, Steed made a bust.. GraystoncThcatrc
: Weather eport ; Mr. and .Mrs. J. L. Overstreot motored
,;, ness trip to DeLand Wednesday. to Orlando Tuesday for a few r d ,,, hII h
See Charlie Chaplin in the"'Ad ven.- hours. APRIL 15-20

I turer" at the Casino tonight.' FURNISHED ROOMS, $4.50 and f

.Following are daily temPera. I Miss Mattto Bandy spent the weekend :- $5.00 month. Mrs. W. II. ,Farmer, II I '
'tare and precipitations: as reported -with Mrs. Emily. Sanderson in 9 West Mitchell St. 16tf h Id n

by Government stationat Orlando. II. F. Brooks, who occupies:his cot MONDAY.
( Kissimmee fo- .he week ending Colorite will color right We have tage on Brack street each winter' ,. left I ReF Stewart tm ,
e Thursday, April 11leic. ? I it at Centra Drug Store. this week for (this northern, home. "I.A\t'" OfTfclW Triangle
Mln. Rain
I' There will be a called meeting of Mrs. M. G. Warinir: and son from 6th Eplaodo of'ENIIEANL'E
Friday ..,1,. ..83 64 the Ministerial Association next Mon- Lakeland arrived in Kissimmee Tuesday "" ... t.. "'OMA "
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Saturday.. .77 63 day at 9 a. m. for a ton days" visit with her Vlt.
i unday .79 62 .97 ', '. Ladies' and Misses Silk Poplin parents, Mr,, and Mrs. J. M. Lee. TUESDAY. '"
is considered be
} Monday.. __.82, 62 .dressed at $7.60. F.. H. Lawson. iSay the picture of our trained . THE sleeping porch by rnany'to
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? Edith St.ry "IIKVKMfiK": Mt.
Tusday ...'.75 67 P. K. Waver;; who has been home nurse for your little friends and help most .important room in the house and thebed
I ? them win the $5.00 offered by the
for a week-end visit, left Monday to WEDNESDAY. ,
Wednesday .. .70 52 continue his work.Don't Central. 1 Drug Store. 'springs' and mattress head the list of the most
Thursday .....70 .66 the Presbyterian Mad*.KVBM t."WANTIC51A. r
miss seeing: "Those Who Last Sundayrnorntngat:: important articles of household furniture.
MOTHKH" World
- .004.0000040000000000000. Pay" at the Casino tonight. church W. L. Mosoley, T. M,
and Wm. T. Vail installed
Rev. and .;.Mrs. Kirkby motored to Moseley as elders in that church.wore THURSDAY.. Certain it is that no home, however humble, could ,

Call and see some elegant and. stylish on St. church Cloud\ and business.Narcoooaee. Wednesday I Mrs., M. E, Summers of Jackson- Jewel TUB<<..RHIUK_.. I.OIT FEAR, Fox get along without them, and it is equally certain that
ville, formerly of Kissimmee, arrived '
Street. Waists at Stanford' Co.. Lysle Story spent Wednesday. In I Thursday to look after her business FRIDAY: the better the bed, springs and matt'rell. the better
w i, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starbird mote.M Winter Haven looking after his mer- interests and to visit friends.
ed down from Orlando Thursday! and cantile business there. Allrr 4. I. and more refreshing the rest they bring.
Edgar' Bryan has been doing his rrTHH
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at the home of J. M: Le*. ,
were guests Mrs; Walter H. Hatter of Cocoa is "bit" this week by Soliciting purchasers '' ffOMU Of TUB soI'L" \'It.SATURDAY. .
Six Cakes Laundry Soap, .25c' Tay-; the guest of "her mother, Mrs' C. H. for' Liberty Bonds. Yesterday The very best beds, springs and mattressescost

lo's Grocery. , Allen; at her home on_Emmett street. sold $1200 worth after school hours., .
.l little that
\ Mr*. II.' M. Pfann of Kissimmee is We will give away to each customer Miss Lillian Brack\ .of Narcoossee Texan Onlmaii;" !. so now a days every family

the guest of her daughters, Mrs. W. I purchasing any 25c article of Nyal'r left Wednesday to .visit relatives and THK Ot'\ w0MATriangle'! should,be equipped with,them.
J. Waring and Mrs. Sam Ragsdale.- i Remedies a genuine Japanese' fan. friends at Tampa, where she will Eth Episode ,of -
Lakeland Star, 'Only one to 'a customer.. .Central remain until late Ilelea II.!..... !a 'beds
probably summer. We have of iron brass and wood
Ladies' and Misses' Silk Dresses, I Drug. Store. "THK LOST KXPHKNiT I : ,, mattresses ,

taffeta, $10.00. F. H. Lawson. I ,Ray'Marsh, assistant cashier at the has W.purchased' H. Crosier a valuable of Orange lot in Center Pine- I of varying .weights, thicknesses and materials and

, Zolfo "' styles springs, at right prices.
home in Ft. Worth. Texas. Monday Kissimmee yesterday. -
company and will develop a chicken '
WAR RELIC TRAIN TO BE
her sister Tnith.I
after A two days' visit with I Springs farm there:
Mrs. C. L. Hyatt. I Miss Francine Garrett,. who has HERE MONDAY APRIL 22The ."",,,,.........."............. ...
Make old atraw hat new with been visiting her brother, G. P. Garrett Mrs. J. C. Griffin end small daughter "
Colorite your from the: Central Drug Store. left Monday for her home in Jes-setnae, left Thursday for a Third Liberty Loan War Relic :
New York City. two week's visit, with Mr r Griffin's Exhibit train, consisting of two flat I C.H.GRANTHAM
Dr. W. B. Witherspoon returned sister Mrs. Jessie Sheen, at West cars, one baggage car and one sleeper,
home yesterday from Green Cove Joe H. Barber who lives on Penfield Palm Beadh. will reach Kissimmee at 3 o'clock on
Springs, where he attended a meet- avenue, in this city U critically ill Monday Afternoon, April 22, and will I .- THE SATISFACTORY STOBEWSSIMMEE .-
ing of his Presbytery. and has been taken to a hospital in Mrs. N. C. Bryan returned home leave the ctiy at 5 o'clock. It will ?

SiI'e, and black Buster Brown. Orlando for treatment.D. from Atlanta, Ga., last week. She,II'likely be side-tracked near the pasaen.ger j FLA.

/, F. H. Lawson. G. Wagner left for Jacksonville was accompanied by her daughter, } depot.THRIFT ..."........................."...
Mrs. P. K .Weaver, who will be her
be at meetin"of
Miss Laura Frier who is the'guestof Wednesday to present a ( .
her sister, Mrs. C. L. Hyatt, visited IM men who have( charge of the guest for an extended Visit. STAMP AND W. S. S. .

I her mother, Mrs. J. R. Frier, near War. Savings movement. Roy Gantt California, who is SALES FOR THE WEEK / +
Lakeland, for a few days last week.If Get> a Japanese folding fan free at stationed at Camp Johnston, Jack -

you want shoes that fit and wear the Central Drug Store by purchasing sonville, is expected in Kissimmee for A. S. Gilbert __________________ 19 .
''r see the old reliable shoe man, II. C. 25c worth of Nyal's Remediee. the week end as the guest of his cousin C. W. Griffin ______________u___ 20 -- '
I' 1 Stanford. Only one to a customer. A. W. Bailey, and family.Mr. Southern Express Co. _______?. 32 --

F. J. Jones, representing the Fe- C. F. McCoy and wife, who have and Mrs. F. G. Dutcher of W. B. Makinson Co. _____________32 I
nole Company of Tampa, with his been enjoying the hospitality of Kis Grand Rapida, Mich., who- have beenenjoying. R. S. Floyd ____________________ 8 7R
simmee for the past winter left for Corner Drug Store 4
wife motored to Kissimmee Thursday the hospitrJity of this city ------------
6n business and pleasure misoion. their home in West Union. Ohio Mon- for the pest two months, left Wednes- M,' Katz ___________________-'___ 12
a day. They expect to return next win- for Story Store ____4._______________ 10( Vou bow
day Tampa sight-teeing
Medicated Salt Brick for hogs, on a trip.R. II. C. Stanford 16 me ; .
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cattle and horses, 25('. Taylor's Grocery ter.Ladies' Roboiham. who has been St------------!-
I Corsets fiOc $1.00 and $1.50, spend Dollar Limit ,--_ 1
I 'old prices should see them. before ing the winter in Kissimmee, a guestat Prof. R. M. Evans .________..150 ; Folks
John Lynn, formerly of Kissimmeo, buying; you elsewhere. F. II. Lawson the Osceola hotel, will leave next Osceola Hardware Co. _________220(
but now living at Monessen. Pa., was week for his home At Marysville, O. Whoopee I W. B. Witherspoon, .
here last Friday and Saturday attending Mr. Robotham has been comnig to chairman. I'm the Trainee I
to busings .and greeting his I Miss Florence Tenney came down Kissimmee for the past several winters .
old friends. from the Cathedral school at Orlando and result of his
many as a present i
,! Bent Ginghams at 25c; you will Friday to pend the week-end with visit he Will return home sixteen FORMER KISSIMMEE YOUNG Nurse.
H. Mils! Marie Huddleston. She left on heavier MAN DIES IN KENTUCKYM.
pay 30c elsewhere for the same. F. pounds than when he came.
her duties at the
to'resume I
Monday
Lawson. school. He expects to be with us again next.

H. M. Deyoroo and brother. TOM, season. Katz has received the era Intel- t
who have been spending several days Florsheim and Douglas, shoes for ligence of the death of his nephew, %'.
with the home folks at Kissimmee, men and boys and Queen Quality of ST. CLOUD. TAKES LEADIN Pierce Glascock, which occurred on I-
left Tuesday for Jacksonville to resume latest styles for the ladies. Call and* THE SALE OF W. S. S. Wednesday,. of last week at Maysvillc, :
their work there be fitted {it H. C. Stanford Co. Ky. '

FOR RENT-Furnished flat with .Mrs. T. Paris will return to her Kissimmee; Fla., April 10, 1918. Mr Glascock resided in Kissimmeefor % 1
modern Improvements W. B. Harris. honti in Carneffie, Pa., tomorrow, after The War Savings and Thrift stamp some time and Was connected with
Gazette office. 14-tf spending several months here. army of Osceola county is now in.active the Osceola Journal and correspondedfor
This is !MrsParis' third winter in service; total sales to date $13- a number of dailies. He was well / F
J. C. Dowding has sold his' pretty this city and she plans to return 820.67.( ,St. Cloud takes .the lead; Kis known by the young set and had I'll tell where Ji '
Beaumont street to Myron
bungalow on again in the fall. simmee close second. Kenansville many warm friends here. you ,
L. Parker" Mr. Dowding and fcm-,.
ily will confnue. occupy,the property Mr. and Mrs. Bolcome md children, shows an increase over last week.. trouble.His death was. caused. by .heart.. , 1.0 buy*Drugs and / I f r
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the Salos
close I who have leased the cottage *t' thecornel' Lokosee.notyet on map. 1. j// '
.till the J \a
i' t ecltoola; ;; : ( : of Dillingham\ avenue and ,Very' by the.Variouspostoffices as 'follows: I
, n OurNurse,, is here;;;'Look elsewhereq. |' !|S StJg> Cloud : f [rj ?
i.,;.q.. in>this,papery and jyoujwillj j find I horn cna'song\street loftlMondayif andispentthe9wlrterJeoa| ''thelrl! .Minnesota.:! Kissimmee_$6748.59i JURORS' "'FOR. CIRCUIT! 1 [Drug 5toreThlnys. \
will* "different)!role "! LisE drawn serve aE >
She of
appearsinPa the
home near'Minneaolis." ""''11"; "" '"'7 Deer' l jurors to ,
each week hereafter. Save her she Spring Term of the Circuit Court -
Kissimmee Park _,__::._ 104.46 ,
is valuable. Central Drug Store Mrs., A. S. Huffman arrived from Narcoossee '-J _-.-,... 85.54 Tuesday, April 23rd, 1918 f 1
W. F Miller, manager of the Citrus Davenport Sunday to spend the sum. Kenansville __?_ .___? 25.84 J, L. Mann, Morgan Brown, Lewis .o.s
Exchange Supply Co., of Tampa< was mer months with her daughter, MisiMona. I Lokcsee ."-,_ _____ ____ 00 Johnson, A. J. Simmons, H, W. Anderson don't know let'
.. here Monday in consultation with i They' .are pleasantly located I II B. G. Hancock, W. L. Branson, If you me now, get acquainted.Yes .

President B. C. Miller and Manager I apartments at the home of John Total ___: ____ ____ __$13,8 0.61 J. W. Busby, W. O. Bronson, F. A. I'm the Central's "Trained Nurse."
IT. C. Piano of the local, exchange.C. !I Walter on Bermuda avenue. I We are pleased to announce the Babb, J. A. Blackwell C. E. Hunt- ,

M. Parker and Charles G. Agnrdof Word has been received from G. WStokes ,> appointment of Mrs. J. Wesley!! Brown singer, G. C. Livingston, J. M. liana Each week in this I shall tell men and women
Torrington, Conn., who have been stating that he is still critical of Kissimmee as chairman of the wo- sell, J. iSummersett, A, Bass, J. K. paper *
on a business mission to Lakeland. Iv ill at the homE of his brother I man's department of Osceola county Conn, P. E. Morgan, Ed George, P. G. how to keep well and therefore happy.
were guests Sunday of their old-time in Connersville, near Baltimore, Md. I and confidently expect that this dapaptment Cromartie, R. S. Floyd, M. D. Alex-
friends, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Gaylordat Mr. Stokes has large grove interestsat will soon become an impor- ander, D. W. Adlerman, R. T Butler, Each week I shall tell women how. to keep looking
their home on Mabbe'.te street. Orange Center md H a frequent tent factor in the sale of War Say' R. L. Lanier,..W B. Harris, Claud V. .
., B. M. Hall has business visitor in Klssimmco. ings and Thrift Stamps. ._. Kenney, W. M. Stevens, H. H. (Hull, young and beautiful.
Telegraph Operator D. G. WAGNER J. L. Beaman J. W. Oliver 'A. N.
assist inlumdling Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Moirue, who ,
Arcadia
been called to) work rt to the Western have leased their pretty cottr.ge'on Chairman, Osceoln County War Bronson, Edward E. Ely, C. A. Car- Why, I'll tell you now-Buy all of your rnediciri'es.
the heavy % .
his Mabbetto Street this winter and have Savings Committee. son, Jr., S. L. Batton, J. T. Bass. '
Union office there. During -
absence Miss Clair Hathaway will fill spent the season with their daughter Drug, Store thing. and beautifiers from
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Mrs. Faulkner, at Knights !have
his position in the Kissimmee office.
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\ returned to Kissimmee for a few CENTRAL DRUG STORE
Mr. And' Mrs. W. A. Hamilton. I .
T weeks before 1 I. living for their home
A. Hamilton, Basil and Miss Kather-several ,in Caasopolis, Michj "The Square Deal Place" '
ine Hamilton are spending '
days this week on a fishing and camping Any child under fifteen years of PHONE 41
trip on Lake Tohopckaliga. Theyare age who brings to the Central Drug
expected home tomorrow after Store on June 15th the greatest number -
of pictures of our Trained Nurse

noon.Mrs.. Edgar Oliver and small son vut from the Valley Gazette will receive -"
have returned to their (home in Sa. a $5.00 bill. Any child relate
to of the working force, of th-
vannah, Ga. after en extended visit any
with her parent; Mr. and Mrs. N. B. ,I Valley Gazette not eligible. Don't Forget To Go To.Floyd's .
Canon. Mrs. Carson accompanied J. L. Overstreet leaves next Mon
her and will be her guest'for some day for'Miami to attend the district THE UNIVERSAL CARIt
time. 'meeting of the Odd Fellow lodge,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dcaring of which will be in session there Mon-
Jacksonville stopped in Kissimmee a day, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. : Cash
few hours Saturday'while en route in Overstreet is Past 1 Grand of the Kis is most important when your Ford Car requires

their car for Tampa. Mrs: Dearing simmee lodge and goes as a delegate nuchanical attention that you place it in charge o' n\
is well known here as Miss Aline Mc- to the meeting. While in Miami he' the authorized Ford dealer, because then you are
Clain, who resided in Kissimmee some will visit his brothers, L.. E. and sure of having repairs and replacement made with t
time previous .to her marriage. George Overstreet And a number of Grocery .
genuine Ford-made ,materials by men who know all
Messrs. J. T. Burckhalter, local old time friends. He will join a par- -
agent for-the Coo-Mortimer FertilizerCo. ty of fellow members at Orlando who about Ford cars. So bring your Ford to us where i

., and O. P. Lutz, the well-known will make: the trip in cars. satisfaction is guaranteed Prompt, efficient service -

groceryman ate farming togetherthis S. B. Aultman, president of the at all times and Ford cars if you wish to buy: For your Groceries and Fresh Meats. ,

season These gentleman 'have Kissimmee; Potato Association, was Runabout $435[ Touring Car $450( ; Coupe let $560;

.., thirteen the lake,acres which in they potatoes admit just is one across or, exhibiting commission a telegram house from yesterday a Philadelphia Town Car $645; Sedan $695; One-Ton Truck Chassis We are too busy to get out a price

h the best crops around Kissimmee, and quoting $9.00 for No..l'a and $7.50 for $600-- 11 f. o. b. Detroit.
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from which they except to dig '1,000 No. 2's, and stating the demand was list this week but we have lots of
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barrels. strong. Mr. Aultman is of the opinion
P. C. Button has purchased the that Kissimmee growers who hold We have a few Second-Hand Ford Carsat good things to eat and will be
J handsome concrete bungalow at the their potatoes' until they are thor- you
corner of Enunett street and Clyde oughly matured will realize good attractive prices.
.. avenue and expects to occupy it as a prices for them.. surprised at the low( prices.
' and Mrs. Buttorff to
t borne. Mr. came
Mr. end :Mrs. C. II. Funk returned t
}} Kissimmee\ from Indiana more than home yesterday from Sable Supplies and Accessories. have .
a year ago expecting to olcate here Cape We some especially nice Pork
f permanently if they liked it. Since where Mr. Funk has been engagedfor
coming here they have visited other several months breaking some for Saturday.GET
'? neW land'and whipping It into shape'! .
sections of the state, and after looking '
,I H ., them over decided Kissimmee for planting this fall. Mr. Funk pur- Osceola Mo tor Co
possessed more advantages: as a place chased at large body of land at the OUR PRICES ON FEED

} of residence than any of,the others cope some time ago land Is enthusiastic '
which they bate seen. The residence over the possibilities of that sec 307-9 Broadway, Kissimmee '
they have purchased is one 'of the tion. They made the trip in their Phone 176We

.j .handsomest in the city, and Klssim- auto, going down via the east coast. 4
y I+ mae is to be congratulated upon the Returning they came by boat to Fort deliver inside the city. We appreciate your,orders

;; acquisition of such desirable people Myers. and from there home'in their ..

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xh I circumstances, all enter in to the. ':
granting pardons' which in almost _
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# U'L'" NO OUTWHEN'M15
i FINANCING THE WAR ,every instance is a conditional one. '
l I: One pardon asked for at 't,io board HAM "
WRIGLYS'MM meeting last week was for a negrowho ou BAKE, ,
Bjr MRS. N. M. G, PRANG, I I had killed a deputy sheriff. General 'EACHGUEST' ".
I Swearingen said :he wouldn't vote\;
Let us hope that, by the time you ammunition aeroplanes and otbrI I I for a pardon for him until every negro ,'

read these words the terrific struggle equipment; sail them across the soul; In the state had. forgotten that ?.' ANOTHtR ",
upload them in great warehousesyour a negro could kill an officer of the jt SLICE
now going on at the Western front money has helped to build 'law In some instances unworthyones w It.1. \
wilt have ended victoriously to the allied l. transport the supplies to "some- get pardoned but the majorityof TAKe \ ,
armies. Was your boy there where" giving to our boys the equipment cases are meritorious.
If BO, your heart is torn with anxi that will enhance the man sea j
ety but there is no time to give wayto power of (.he army many fold. How Annoymous letter writers 'ate and / -
personal sorrows. If his life is often must it be repeated to bring have been working overtime on Governor oUlt MAKE '
IIAMS ,
sacrificed don't let the sacrifice ben home to the people that money right Catts. They do little good and\
> 'v vain. It he has been spared help, now means a saving of lives t Buy only make' Secretary'Blitch work that FRIENDS EVERYWIIERE, I'
w .
1, through the third Liberty Loan to Liberty Bonds and you help to save much harder. These letters usually I I,
..At give him every support in future bat- these lives,and still get every cent o' complain about conditions in the various they go, ,They carry with them an
,. tles., If your boy isn't across help to the money, buck, together' with ,Inter- parts of tho state or about some air of wholesome food values that
prePare for his going. If you have no est. official\ failing to'do his duty bu cham folks. If ''you go, into the
boy of :yourown, then think of the Are you going to do it?, Have you these i people who complain are not kitchen when one o/ our hums Is
boys who are doing what he would reached the point where you can deny honest enough to sign,I their names to remain there
..M.MI do-who are fighting your battles and yourself some: things: for the sake. of the communications. fretting: the fire you'll
mine-who are keeping the flag helping''to ,provide for the necessities long' enough to follow it to the ;
proudly afloat to represent equality of war? Perhaps you! can't imagine 'The fact that r'lorida'has''. no inheritance dining room., ",
and justice to all and chivalry and helping great hosts o'f men but think tax is no fault 'of Governor
I Il protection to women and children. of just one roan, perhaps your son' or Catts or Senator Ion L. Farris for -. .1
The liberty for'which our forefafH-' mine. Can you eat less bread orju- both of these men mad_earnest efforts t
l era fought and died is now threatened gar or meat today so that he can 17 have such legislation enacted
.. by> Prussianism and your work andmIne fnavi food as., hU part "over there" last spring when the legislature was City Market
I'' Ifl ) i1 'Zt Helps and the work of other people Can you buy ;a thrift stamp insteadof in session. Governor Cotta sent a y.f .
like us, is as necessary to save it as going to a picture dhow or a Liberty special' message to the legislature
teeth. the actual fighting: the field. In Bond by some systematical de- nxkinor that it be done and Senator
breath. fact. the result of that figMing depends nial so as to provide money for car. Farris tried to amend bills that were
upon us more than upon the rying1 the food to him sure of passage by providing for an
appetite. oldiers who are doing it. How If your boy is "over there" don't inheritance tax. ]If such a law had NEW WINDLE '.
digestion. Why, because war is no longer repre- pride yourself as some do that you been<< passed Florida would have been
rented by man power The strengthof have "done your bit" by ,letting' him millions of dollars richer from the

an army now depends upon .its go. The boy,is the one who should Flagler estate alone.Rheumatic. HOTEL _
i equipment. We no longer hurl our have the credit for that. While he
soldIers at the enemy regardless of,I may do the fighting for you and me,
reA..se loss BO long as greater loss be Inflicted he can't do ,our work. Our work is Aches Jacksonville Florida '
"Give It to me. upon the oposing forces. To. i before us. and the fact that our boy' Drive them out with Sloan's ,
lay, civilized countries hold each life' are "over there" should make us all Liniment the quick-acting soothing Complete Modern, Screened.
please. GranddaddY sacred, and protect the men by vl\.ri-j the more anxious 16 get the! suppliesto liniment that penetrates without .
ous devices. Shall our boys have every them.If rubbing and relieves the pain. Outside Rooms. In heart of
:' help modern science can furnish? you' own a Liberty Bond of previous Always nave a bottle In the house City. Convenient to e"erythlng.
Shall they even have proper food to series,don't consider your duty for the aches and pains of rheumatism Send for booklet
o h I eat and clothes to wear as they standby done. You can't buy a life member gout lumbago strains.sprains,
'-Why Bobby. If t the flag across the seas? It all ship in patriotism. Patriotism means stiff joint and all muscle soreness.Generous Windle II. Smith. Prop.
peRfE the sale of unstinted service ataed bottlea.KILLS .
depends upon Liberty to our country. We
you wait a bit for Bonds and, War Savings Stamps. How never have done enough to relieve us
many have you bought: How many of doing more. If we can do more,
It you'll have It are you going: to buy and what hour of the day now passes
GI4G You never before .had a chance to in which some saving cannot be done
to enJoy lonaerl"( spend your money yet keep it too. In some thought emplanted in a mindless
1 a NG GUM raying, these, government securitiesyou informed some step taken to help PAIN
GHE 1I can do this.; You can build ships the cause. Let us make as brave a
"Poo-poo! That's \ and buy coal to run them; load them fight here at home! as oUr dear ones To Cure a Cold In One Day.
with food, clothes gas masks guns arc making in Fr nce. Take: LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It.tor*the FOR st P av
argument with -- ". --- Cough and Headache and work. off the Cold. CENTRAL DRUG STORE
no Druggists refund money If it tall to cure.H. Y
Il Ila W. OHOVB'B signature on each boa. Joe. Kissimmee. Fla.D.C.WagoerIosuranceAeDcy.

WRIGLEY5cause -- -

a -, jl Happenings at Tallahassee .ooo ooooOtto oooo..oo. o..ooo

the flavor $p1t .

fasts anyway! .' WEEKLY REVIEW OF 'WHAT-TAKING PLACE IN OFFICIAL

,, CIRCLES--NON-PARTISAN COMMENTBy I i iThe

ct 2nd Floor Citizens i Bank ., Phone No. 30.


-After every meal BRYAN MACK t Leading General( Insurance, Agency 1 In 1 Osceola Go i

l' llrllrtlnir tbalb.. readers of thin. paper':" arc lUnllr Intereatrd WE REPRESENT THE AETNA HOME OF NEW YORK HART.
-- ----- ----- dolnar, '
tb.'slate o..I.I.-tll. rmployrra of tar p.opl.-.re
In want
FORD AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE .i
the editor has. arranicrd to "."..IIrJ.. !Mark a well known nevraItaprr -
COMPANIES ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. '
'SWEET POTATO NEEDS 'POTASH i this Cincinnati authority because a man write aa a letter rack week 4rlllnK lust what IM taklnccplare ; \ ,
few drops of freezono. applied directlyon at tae Mtatc ........... )Mr. !Mark has punitive inatrurtlona not AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE"t.
Growers who are counting on large I a tender aching corn stops sore to masse, In personalities and partisan polltlra.Kdltor. LIFE ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO-
yields of sweet potatoes this year I at and the corn loosens I ,
: ness once soon BURGLARY PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive
may be disappointed unless they are so it can be lefted outs root and all, Few things will get the people off lessees of getting: the state ,to relieve, 1. .
able to fertilize their plots with some ,i without a bit of pain. :'of the' war subject these days but them of their obligation as was done Insurance
form of potash. Evidence obtained A quarter of an ounce of freezone three years ago.
thru experiments at the University of i i when there's prospect of a political .i
cost little at drug store -
Florida experiment station point tho I but is very sufficient to, take any off every hardor plum falling to the friends of the peo- Woman, suffrage in Florida evidently I ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. -

truth of this contention. Some sweet soft corn or callus. This should be pIe the war, is temporarily forgotten has not impressed the Florida senators IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION ,
potatoes can be raised without liberal tried, as it is/ inexpensive and is-:' said and a mighty: scramble takes place. for when the Susan Anthon" AGAINST LOSS IS .A WISE PRECAUTION. '
; applications of potash but the not to inflame or even irritate_the Att11Is\! imertllere/: ISa, possibility of. amendment voted on in the senate .
L yield will probably be small. surrounding tissue or skin tl.,JI; :!?''('* Jiiflf such.|aj plum illfet.t1ngrtpeljthough'\ i< ,,ejrostSjinWashingtonmig1itSkillJno both ;Senator 'FletcherJ:; and e";:,,Senator ..OoMOOOO40400o.o.o.ooo.oo.o00000004OOOO"'ooouoo.oo, f
4 A fertilizer,,test forlaweetl potatoes ,, yours wife wears ihighlhecislsnewill ; ] ] \ againstlisubmittingjitktoTtheLstatealfor:
was begun;ini1916lonllandlthatlhad\' ) l be"'glad to know'of!this; jj||* onlylthejplumbutthepluniitree| : aa ratiflcatiOnIn ; '
been used for a fertilizer test for well.***I f refer\to I thai prospectfof farf) some parts o <'lorida\woman tsuf \ A I II
w Japanese cane during the previous A want ad. in the Valley Gazette additional federal' judge :being added* frage advocates! are very strongbu'the f ) ,
seven years. The potatoes were "will rent your spare rooms I to the Southern district. The bil' movement in Florida has been) Cold Storage for Fresh Meats'Eggs
planted in the same plots and :were has passed the senate and will no without' very much organization.When .
given tfhe same fertilizer treatment ... doubt pass the house when it gets to.Tiat the amendment was voted on in
aa the cane had received. The land body for the 'work in the Southern congress Mr. 1)rane.and Mr. Sears Vegetables Etc.
was a fair grade of high pineland.The Clear YourComplexion circuit is entirely too much for voted for it. while Mr. Clark; and Mr. I ,

potatoes grown the followingyear one judge to attend to and is constantly Kehoe opposed the measure. STORAGE RATES ON MEATS:
\ followed cotton with a fertilizer ' w with This I on the increase. It will not -
treatment the same as the cotton had I another federal district At the last session of the legislature
be creating ; Quarter of Beef _/fcc lb. Meat left in Storage and
received. There were eight plots. Old Reliable with increased cost of all officialsbut members of organized labor made
An average of the yield in bushels Remedy--, will an only 'be adding one judge earnest attempts to have an "absent Whole ,Hogs _Vfcelb. cut as used _-i_....._ It lb.
pt>.aero for tho two years is: plot 1 who will attend to the businessin. the., vote bill passed and Representative '
which received no phosphorus produced ,t. HANCOCKStiLPHURCOMPOUND southern partof the district. Putnam of Volusia county hada Curing Pork ready for smoking, 1 12c. per pound, t
199 bushels; plot 2 which received :" Since the judge who .is to be appointed bill with the same intent,'but some- Curing and Smoking, 2c per pound.
-, no ammonia produced 199 bu.; 'will' hold the posi/'on for how it was either defeated or never ,
plot 3 which received no potash produced life, it is>,not unnatural that the of- reached on the calendar. If such a -- -- - -- ---- -=--==-=-- ------"--

93 bu.; plots 4, 6, 6 red 7 which Ice will, and is being, sought after.I law had been enacted it would have Bring us hogs the day they are killed. We will do
:received complete fertilizers produced your ?
wouldn't hazard a guess as to who been possible for the soldier boys .
,black head, freckle,blotches: '
244, 217 172, and 212 bu. respectively and For .plmpte....u well at for mor. *eriotuaca.Kn> will be appointed by President Wil now jn training:; ,and those who will the rest. '. "
; and, plot 8 which received a and body eruption" hive, edema,etc.,UMthl I learned months ago not to be called before the June primary to _
son. -- -- ---
. complete fertilizer plus ground limestone .dentine compound: o( aulphU1'U a lotion. Colonel candidates and have their
the
It toolhe and hub taken latrrnally talk about judges and to use vote for "
trodu'ed 190 bu. a few drop In a glua ol water-H.rt.at the Flournoys favorite expression, "in votes count just the same as if they ICE & COLD STORAGE oT '
The plot receiving no potash produced not of the troubli and purloe UM blood. the abundance of caution" I won't i were at home. The bill also would KISSIMMEE, ..

the smallest yield. The largest Physician. .tnt Wood that wlphur& *Is known.ass of the R. even talk about prospective ones. have enabled those persons unable to .NOe.....o.oooo..o..oo... .. ....o o.oooooooo. ... {
yield was obtained on the plot fertilized not member* Bectlva a tood complexion Uot akIa dep Among those being: talked of for the be at their voting precincts on the ,
with sulphate of ammonia, tfabcaluidccp. position are ,lion. Jefferson B. Browne eventful day to have cast a vote any -
muriate of potash: and acid osphate.) Be wra to nit for HANCOCX SULPHUR chief justice of the Florida Supreme way.
COMPOUND. It baa be_....dw1laUfactory .*- 'Court; lion. Don. C. McMullen of NAPOLEON said
DESERVES A GOLD MEDAL FOR reuilu for eve 23 rean. Tampa one of the best knowri men Approximately four million dollarsare
THIS .SOc and $1 At bottle In Florida; Hon. N. P. Bryan former annually spent in Florida to educate "An travels its stomach"Crops
at yoor dnKgbf H IM can't anpph you. United States Senator; Judge John S. the boys and girls in the public army on

J Cincinnati authority tell how to dry w cad will hte.wad:name you and a bottle the price direct.BAKCOCK la. stamps and Edwards, judge of the Tenth circuit. school, Which shows that Florida Superintendent is : more the same way. Improperly fed crops like an' improperly .
and strides to the fore.
up any corn or callus so it UOWD SULPHUR _, The position is an important one making rapid
Y fed are to fail. Help win by furnishing
the schools sure
lifts right off. COMPANY jj.p the senators and President Wilson heats says army your crops
1IoId--.40 will\ no doubt give it to the best_man are_ doing nicely and that the peopleare them with an abundance of effective plant food in the right proportions
You corn-pestered men and women _-' aJ Ic...,.- -. L more-and-more realizing what a -and incidentally help win the-war.. ..
rcr..rrr.Ls.d
:need suffer longer. Wear 1J..4 On last Sunday night death robbed handicap it is to a child to let him careas
no the shoes Good farmers should choose their planl foods with as much
u.-.w.r the state of of its most to manhood without being
that one unique grow
nearly killed
you before says characters Edward Fitzgerald. equipped with a common school edu the great generals use in selecting the right! kind of food for their

u "Fitz" has been a factor in progressive cation. The. above amount does not soldiers. Your crops must help America feed the world. Our boys ,

politics of the state ever since include what is spent at the institutions at the front and in the training camps as well as our Allies and the :
his arrival in Florida some twenty of higher learning maintainedby '
of non-combatants need of food which
i millions pound ;
every you can
the religiousand
years ago: being always for the move- the state nor many
I ments for; the betterment of human- private colleges. raise. In doing your share to help.America win this war give your ;

ly. As a humorous political writer. --.-.- crops the benefit of the best fertilizers.
BUY LIBERTY BONDSYour Fitz had no equal in Florida, and his : For years, probably ever since
articles under the caption of "Shak-i courts were first established in FlorIda I E. FrankCoe's Fertilizers .'
ng: the Old Plum Tree," and his judges: have given prisoners fines I
boys and our boys are now "Over There" and "Spotts to Pat" letters in Claude )1 and jail sentences frequently suspending (Reg.( U. 8. Pat. Off) \
L/Engle's: papers will long be remembered the jail sentance upon good
their brothers -
are going. Mr. Fitzgerald at one time bfhavior. The supreme court says ,, o57 The business; Farmer' >'Standard for over 60 1918 ., ,.;
Shall we make them for ther the years
,easy target Huns by was superintendent of the state printing : that after sentence is pronounced .s
stinting\ their supplies of guns, ammunition food and plant when operated by Mr. L'En- I judge cannot suspend the sentence in E. Frank Coe Fertilizers will supply the right kinds of plant foodin ..
gle and has always advocated the manner.* When the Judge passes '
clothing? : any I
correct proportions to increas and improve their quality.
state owning its own plant. Gov. 'sentence the prisoner must serve the your crops
A Every dollar loaned to Uncle Sam helps to down the Broward recognized Mr. Fitzgerald's time or get relief from the pardonboard. I We have special brands for corn, potatoes, grains and all the .. ; i

kaiser. ability and appointed him to an important I II important; crops raised in your section. If you are interested in securing : ; 1
Buy Third, Liberty Loan Bonds today. office and at the time of his "a greater yield from every /field," tell us the crops which you t :-
death Mr. Fitzgerald was clerk in And speaking of pardoning prisoners ,
ITS AN HONOR TO'OWN THEM. the State Auditors office. it is the most trying work the expect to raise and we will senfl you without charge one of,,our spe- j
' members of the board have. to do. cial crop books These books are written by practical farmers and ,

Several months ago when the Btafee This board is composed of the governor contain many helpful suggestions.KISSIMMEE. :'
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y' Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company convicts were leased thef-' highest' secretary of state attorney .' "
prices in the history of the state were general comptroller and commissioner WAREHOUSE j .
i Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers. offered for the prisoners and there of agriculture. A vote of vthree, J. T. BorclLalter. Salesman ' :,
scramble for of which number must be the
was a mighty the men one
Dealers In Spray; Machinery and Insecticide. but it,begins to look like the men who governor is required to grant a par- i'

,r, i JACKSONVILLE FLA. failed to get the convicts were the don. Last week the pardon board was THE: COE-MORTIMER CO. I. !
s .. fortunate ones for with the price of in session! at which time a number of "
turpentine lower than the cost of production pardons were granted and many, de CORNELIUS CHRISTIAMCY J. ;;
the lessees are finding themselves nied. The board takes the: position, Florida Sales Moa ;
I in the middle 'of a. bad'Ax. that a man's conduct while in prison ,er
There is some talk certain j I his former life and the extenuating ))1 Box 11S6 Jackoiria, FI*.
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1 THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, APRIL 12' 1914 SEVEN

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n favor.of the contractors the samo i MASTRR'H SALHJ NOTICB, or APPLICATION Won LKTTKRSPATEWT ,
Proceedings of Notice Is hereby srlven that In pursuance '.
to be paid out of the general school I Iund. to a Final Decree, In Chancery,

Best All l rendered by the Honorable Jas. W.Perkins. Notice Is '
PERUNA hereby given that on the
the School Board Trask &; Nub prevented bill Judge of the Circuit Court of llnd day of April. iSIS the undersign. .;

amounting 1151.91 for g'l'Ubbinw the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the ed will apply to the Governor Florida
State of Florida. In and for O.a..ol.COu'"ty. fl
and extra labor and material on the for Letters Patent to be Issued "
Around Medicine ---4- Florida, onthe 17th day of
KiMimmee, Fla., April I, 1918. Cenansvllle building. On motion duly March, A. U. MIS, In the case of H. P. upon the following A. ROSEN proposed charter1.
seconded the board ordered this Hansen complainant ".. Otis Stevens. I
B.
'1 Tho school board met in recular. and J. Q. Lanier, defendants, that I. ILtKERM.
amount be of cub
the
to out
Hope' 1 Ever ,Made session, there" being present W. ,C. district funds. paid .the. Special' First Monday Master In In May Chancery the same, will being on- PROPOSED CHARTER FISHERIES OF THE INDEPENDENT .

Bass, chairman, W. 'R. Lanier and J. The board agreed to hive the Ken. the 6th day of May A, D. MIS anda Article 1 c I

You Mr. W. H. Edcar. it Cooper St.. Atlanta H. Baicden; alao C. E. Yowelt uper jiBville school building; and furniture hours legal of sale sale,, day offer, during for sale the and legal sell The name of the corporation FISHERIES shallbe .

r Georgia, writes;, intendent.The Insured in the amount of $9000.00. at public for cash .In .hand to and INDEPENIFT .
outcrYd and principal place

. will 1 suffered for fifteen yerf, with minute of the last meetingwere Ipptocatlon'agents were and presented the board from thefollowing of the the.Court. house er. at.Klsslmmee the front,, door Os- of ''n ::shall be Klsslmmee, Oscp.ol& .
ap. with
Florida the priviloge

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rheumatic symptoms. Peruna cured read and approved. ce'ola
County. Florida, the following
Publish ID* and I think it U the best all.. The State Bank of KU imm e, portioned the insurance as foil 'vs: described real estate, situate 'In the such of e.t.bl.hln.'br.nth oft'lc.the Stateof at
f' Carson Farmer, $3000.00; S. W. of Osceola State of Florida. .,
County
around medicine ever ", ad.. I hope County School Depository, reported Florida or In other states of the

you will publish this letter for the aa follows: '' Porter ,$2000.00'A.; E. Drought, $2- described feet South as of follows the Northeast: Begin Fifty corner((0 of> United States, ,or In foreign countries

This benefit of others who suffer." G.. ..I Seaeel. F..*. 000.00; .D. G. Wagner, $2,000.00 the Lot One (1) of Block "M" of Ua..' as time the to Board time designate..of Directors shall, from

} ITo ba.1 on hand a. per last rept II76S.IS Addition to the Town of Klsstmmee
Letter Those who object to liquid medicine To amt recd from T M Murphy policies to run for S years. The su- City Florida run thence West 1111 The- general Article nature II.of the businessto
hunting Licenses --------__ I(0 thence South (0 feet thence East
.1 S, can procure Pertum Tablet. J To Krnest Amos r.d..mptlon.tltaO erintendent was directed to notify .eti. thence North" (0 feet to the be transacted by the corporationshall

'A f; I To amt reed from Citizens heea! parties of the apportionment. place of beginning be to buy, sell, handle ship aidoth.r..I.

Hankloan .-.....__h.____i.: 6000.00 Dated this 2nd day of April. A. D. .. tr.n.port all kindsof ,
To recd from C It Bandy, There being no further business; both fresh ..a't' whether from
,j { Wf. B. Crawford Lee JarreD) of I amts Ml*.
"j CRAWFORD &: JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW Proceedings taxes ....... ...... _____.... lttt.lt the board adjourned until the next W. B. CRAWFORD. all fresh the water species or of.food fishes. ,to Ilolu4..."

6 1918. Special Master products of the water used for food
112ISA.60 regular meeting, May ,
KRIRBS & STEED.
the Council By paid warrant. as list7T1(. purposes; to own. operate, maintainand
per Solicitors for H-tt
U '' City! W.. C. BASS Ch irmal. Complainant. use all equipment outfits, 4."lce.
Of flee 4 6. 6 and 7 Citizen
*t boats, selns nets cars, drays
By balance ______ u.. .?....?M .18 Attest: NOTICE Or' ExECUTOR
Bank BuildingKUtimmeo ; '- *. 8. n. N. 1 F.... (For ......1 lsherse. ) other equipment necessary or Incidentto
Florida April 2nd, 1918., I To bal on hand as per last rvpt 89.6S C. E. YOWELL, Superintendent. the .I't..cl". carrying' on of the

dI, To amt recd from C L, Bandy ... .. Osecele business tehnK. packing, ship
The Council met in regular session, __ la Ce r* f C. 'Jade ,
taxes _____ .... __.. .-___. 1 u 1..1' KISSIMMEE MAN HAS MIRACULOUS Ceasitr, State .( Florida. ping and generally
trafTlcIng In all kinds of fish for food
there F. II. Lawson To reed Ernest Amosredemptions
beingpresent amt from
,: OR. W: W. CARSON I purposes, or otherwise, for profit; to
_..;..__ .... 'i.- 7.ZS .
Roma -- ESCAPE. I. re Ests< .f l.lssle MaseleytNotice
; W. Carson :
president; W. own use occupy. leaae buy and Bell
: ,DENTrST ,la hereby irlvcn to all whomIt .
and
all of such commodities, all
Office'oV- Thomas, B. E. Hatey' and Howell 424.30 may concern, that on the Hat day Incident to effective property .
Building "I told physician necessary or the '
r Pilley was by our family
of July A. D. Ml*, I shall. apply to the
Office Hours: -11. 1-S Bass, members of council; Lewis O'- )y; paid 'warrants" per list.. 72(7 that I could! not< live without an operation honorable T. M. Murphy> Judge of said, carrying" on of said business to
{ Include '
- 158 Residence 'Phone Si '11)0 balance ______'. _. _-______. a81.13 for real estate, personal and mixedproperty
Oft.u* 'Phone Bryan dty attorney; J. S. Cadel, .f. r as my liver and gall sack wore .ourt. aa Judge of Probate, my and property rights; to en-,
Oas) Administered for Extraction .. H. N. I). No. :3 Fund final discharge as Executor of tht
Teeth mayor and J. R. Gilbert clerk. To bal on hand an last rept 122.67 In such a condition. I set the day to of Lilscle Mo. I..y. deceased and gage In and carry on the business'of.
p..r state ;
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ buying and selling all kinds of
The minutes of the last meetingwere To amts red from .O L. Handy po to the hospital but thee I- saw the that at the same time I will presentmy pro.

.' read and of officers taxes ___n- -_.___ ____ ____ 45.2 advertisement Mavr'fl Wonderful final accounts. .. Executor of said duce either aa agent or upon Commis.shon
TEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW aproved reports or ss owner as a
Since takine it I am feeling' estate and ..k for their approval. mereh.nt for.
were examined and approved, 107.OS Remedy. Dated January 2l1th. A. D. 1918, profit; to enjoy all the
bills were aproved and ordered paidas By paid warrants as per list.. 1>8.81lIy like a two-year-old. I anm sure I KQOLESTON: WILBOURN. ileges" In conectlon with' the ownership

follows: lialnnce. ..____ n_,._______. 109.63 never could have survived an 'operation. 7.10am8m Executor.suIl5lF.s and operaton. and enjoyment In the
said of business as
Waring: Building. J H (''iKlfl sal ns mayor_____ 1 SO.OO : ." It Is a simple, harmless prep.. and completely* any natural fulY
H. M. n. .to. 3 Fu.d.To MAI.M
O \V ovvrxtrprt nal. ns mnishul 75.00 aration that the catarrhal could do.
C K Tl.... snl. as polloo __ __ BB.OO, halon haml as per Ia.trcpt 869.46 remoyes -
n. III.
h To nmfs rclvd from C I. 110.30 mucus from the intestine! tract and Circuit.Oaeeola Article
.< Untidy. !. Circuit Court. Ttfc Judicial
a. P. 25.00
Pal Johnston .rr. J Z Koberson sal as treasurer
J K lllliiTt% snl as clerk & I U C 100.00 T! amt rco<*l\cd from Krnest- allays the inflamatian which causes ('....?. ....... first 1\1.........' The Capital stock of the corporationshall
be
Five Thousand ($5,000.00)>
& GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW Amos redemptions! S.86ly Slack of "...r..... Fl... baaklmsjrorperatlee.
JOHNSTON -
Irf-wls O'llryan sal city attorney 2B.OO -- practically all stomach, liver and In. Dollars, to be divided into Fifty (KO)
K I II 14wNon. mhr. council ( .entinal ailments .-l lals> lff.VM. shares of the value of One Hundred
induding appendi par
: : 'gHoma listBB.80 ,
paid warrants .
\\* \V (Carson mbr. cnuncll :::: ( a. per .
(1100.00) each. Said
11)' bnlanrc_ 983.82M. citis. One dose will convince or m*n- Nsspoo..e. Fares sad' Tewaslte Co.. a Dolar. .capital
Offices 10. 11 and 12 Citizena Baal TliomHS. mbr council ____ fi.OO: stock shall for In full ....h.nI..u..d.
l B Kand."o .
N. ) No.
II K HaU-v. mbr council n______ .00 ey' refunded. J. Z. Roberson. drugREGISTER corporation. Defendant.Notice and shall be payable In ,
Building howell Unas. mbr. council ._._ S.OO, hal .." hand as per last n-pt 1I2.JJ gist. I. hereby given that under mon.y.or .
labor or at just valuation
KI..lmm... Fla. 1<11.". Tfl Co------------------- 6.00 To tinm's ri.c4 from C ti lIand)'_ 1.13Dy and by virtue of an execution Issuingnut to be agreed property upon by a the lncor.porators. .

HlHlv; Hank of Kls,.."rent .)leh. 40.00J NOW. of the Circuit Court of Osceola .
Mcl'hnlter. mitr t-l.-ctlon .,__ Z,00 1alance------------------ 1 IS.Slyly County 51*.. In above entitled cause Article IV.-

A l> Ollbcrt. ninr p|.*..II..n$ n___. 8, N. H. I). No. II fund. l'lalntlland agAinst the Defendant insaid
II K Hwah. e1e.Uon2.00
\ li I I' Oulre.)clerk mur election ___ 200 To tinon. ) hand. as per tast rcpt 4,64 at every: precinct In Osceola coun- cause, t have levied upon the following shall exist shall be perpetual.. 3
Article %
\,""rrant.. wort*. examined and cancelled described real, estate. situate,
I. M "'lIIam". liHlllfTl<>rllon 2.00 ty.: Register and poll tax.- business
-- pay your The of the corporationshall
I III pon MHlan. ns follows: lying and being In the County of Os-
; work .Xt
Klout l uml>i>r Co., II.r. St be
FHBPIEBSELLS conducted
by a President a-
1CflRSO .1' \\oo.lall.. Bill supt Kt; work 76.OO -nerHl Hrool Fund_ 7713.38H. your vote will be needed this year. ccola and State of Florida to-wit: Vice
"'aPrnV0)IflII.. Hti; nweoper ::1\1.1111 H. I). No. I Fund.-. 92.67M All fractional Sec. S, except Lots II.II. . Pre.ld.nt and a Secretary and
J It Ollbvrt. elk n.lv on tat shell 4000 I H. li. No. 2 .'undn_. 68.31H. 7, 22 2S. 28. SB, S7 and SVt' of Lot S8. board of Three Directors. -
It S 1"loy" tnuUfe.'d' 41.47W H. 1>. No. 3 Fund__,_ 66.80Bill" All fractional, Sec. '4, except Lots II The office of Secretary and
I & (' (lro (...., mulo fei-d. r 3.K4J were received and warrants Issued LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS and 14 and 8V4 of Lot (0 and NV4 of Treasurer. may be held by the same
.
ns follows: Lots 61 and 13. All fractional 8. ... (. person.The
It <.it. elk.. l> .I up pay roll annual
II of the stockholders
St. lIalld'ol for !Mel . 1.10J t.rnrrnl School fund All fractional Sec. 6. except NV4 of Lot me.Un.
h for the
Of
I I" K Yowell. sal. Nopt---------- 14600 6. All fractional Sec. t. except Lots electing officers -
It Illltvrt. to iipply un payrollfor .. of Florida,
'lr..uU ( eurt. N4a<
of the
April . _______ 12500r \% (* IIUHS, M H P I_ 400 Judicial, IrcnU.e E8sceolaousSyla I. 2.. 7. S. 12. IS II, 27 34. 37. 88. 39. 40. corporation shall be thonr.t .
Meee09 Tuesday In of each
and un and
Fire Life Accident \V It Lots July every
r it Glllirt. Htami dog tawsHII Unnler M H 1' I 6.40J 47 and 48. All Sec. 10, except 10.
supplies. __ ___ .. ___ 6.35 II Ilnlsdcn.. M H P I_ 1S.OO < < hesirerv. II, 26. 27. 37. 44., NV4 Lot (S and all Lot of year. Until the first annual meeting 4
stockholders
n' the business of thoorpor.tlon
Lia. 1<|HH, Ounrert Hand donntlon . roooo John H Oudel.' atty for board 12.50 63. All Bee 15. except Lots IS. 18. 20.
Plate
Health Glass. I. Complainant
Mary Hunter
('hHiitvr House, donatlim ..____ 26.00 Irntton & Oulcirent, itch. No 1 600 SO ,21, N% Lots 41 (8. and (*, N'Lot < shall be conducted by the
MomCruwder. sal Hpxtutt M'_ __ SO.OO (I 11 Wnodull. Jim Itch No 1_ 6O.OO ( vs.Jcorife Hunter- Defendant.It 63. Lots 4, 6, 7 9. II. 12 IS of Illock followln.. officers. A. Rosen. pr..ld.nl
bility and Boiler Insurance. K: (* Seaver. sul scavnK _h._ 50.00Yloil Mrs J It Klitart, Jail itch No 163300 9. Lots S, *, il,IIi 14 of Block 18. Lot 6 Vice Pre.ldent .
affidavit appendedto
by .
Ynti-... sal scnveniror' ___h_ HO.OO 11I1"| Alblna Hmlth C C .Airt.__ 60.00"t appearing In of Hlock 41. Lots 1 and 8 of Dlock ('. Rosen Secretary ; the
abovestatedrause
bill filed the
4he Board of
(iHci-ola Hdw Co.. supplies, 19.40J l> Brown services itch No 126.00 defendant lots 3. 4. (. T, 8. '. 10. 11, IS. IS. 14 ofltiock Directors shall be: A Rosen
Legal Bon d Executed J. liann shop work K 11 _n_ S.OO C: K Yowell 3 '"0 Incidentals.__ 60.00 that. George Hunter Is ,nonresidentof the 87. Lots I, 4. (. 7. 8, 9. l1t 12 b. hummer and M. E. Rosen.
n therein named. a Article
1 J Lupfer & Prnlher.' and shop I (3 Ii Woodall attendance officer 26.00tliea 14,. K. 17, 21. 18. 24. of Block 102. Lots VL
gus the State of Florida and Is'a resident The
,\ woik. .R I------------------ 11.00 : PherlKO ofDce work___. 16.00t 1. 3. 5. 7. (. II. 15. 36. 17, IS of Block highest amount of Indebtednessor
Same Day Needed. M Rvans sal Irh sch No l._. 260.00 of Iowa City State of Iowa Qv..rthe loa of Plat of Runnymede all of said liability that the eorpr.Uon shall
Hum I. l upfrr.. I''y| roll for""K 1) 21.00 Rue of twentyrone years; It 'Is at any one time .
Miss
Altnenla eltener sal tch 100.00 land situate Ijjlns and being In
being ; "al
\'III1.ar..tt..>, Ito K. A lenal adn IB.SO ordered said nonresident .
therefore that .
be Two Thousand Dollars.Article
han 'MrCalllster I drayage 1.15 I. u Hod". ... sal. 1 tch._ 126.00kilns Twp. 25 Ho. llanare" SI R. aa the property
------ defendant be and he Is hereby required -VII.
\ ISnna Hotham sal Ich ___ 80.00 of' the defendant. Narcooasee Farm
$ II W'Overstreet. routs In M C2.00
to to the bill of complaint The address
and! ofthe
appear postofflce
J f! IrlfTln.' wk. 8t. Iep.__ 4.KO Hiss Kllsubeth Trlbblx sal tch 0.00. & Townslte Company. and I will on n.m.
Baik shop tiled In said before
OFFICE: State Building Miss Jessie l.. cause on or being subscribers togetherwith, the
J C (\rlffln' .hopwork. ean. lrpt. 1.15 rf Blackmon sal llth of A. D. the 8th day of May M18 the same -
Monday the day May amount of stock to
teh------------------ SO.OOMiss the first Monday and the rule day capl.1
.ub.crlb.1
It I. starlIng plumbers bond Mt.ooIieLrfton
ret.
of said
otherwise the allegations .
1'18. by each Is I-
p Rtsle Hkllton. sal, teli----- 70.00Mrs of said month. offer for sale at public
:
Khrl Co.. shell ,. 1SO.K
---- bill will be taken as confessd by said A. Rosen Klsslmmee. Flafive
r W A Joiner sal supt. W A I. I* ISlMKl F c Bryan. sal tch- 7O.OO outcry between the legal hours of sale. I
defendant.It shares.B
Hiss Lola. l-Rvrler sal tch_ 70.00 In of the Court Houae door ,In of
H K nar<\nt'r. enirr.', W & I, I'__ XI.in( I. further ordered that thisorder front 110 St.
Plummer.
Miss Virgil Kent. sal tch 10,00M the City of Klsslmmee, Osceola Coun- Mayo Berkley,
..
____
I. lineman 16,00I'V -
Tom Miller
u be published once a week for four consecutive Calif., five shares.
of the I....
The Dining Room It Ellis, sal. enicliieer : Kt.M" Cleo'ooldrldlCe., sal tch.. 70.00 tyState of Florida, the aforesaidmentioned
- - weks In the Klsslmmee Valley M. K.
Klsslmmee
'ha. sal. enirlneer-- SI.(4 Miss Florida Wllkes, sal tch'7000 real sell same to Ro..n F.. flve
Hotel Yates Thompson, sal. enorlnerr 1S.I1 Mrs J W Trammel ..al tch____ Toloo Gazette, a newspaper published In the highest and .tateband .. for cash. shares. .
Manhattan --=- =: : Hiss Cecelia Overstreet sal tch 70 00 said County and State. L. INQRAM. A. ROSEN (Seal
l I. wls Durham aal. nreman 84.67A '
This 11th day of' April. IS IS.J II. PLUMMER < Seal
Mr. ( )
Y C
K Thomas W & L, collector. 7.oo Edwards, sal tch_ 70.00: t. IVIOUSTIiIOIOP. ls-4t Sheriff.SHERIFF'S
(
M.
B. ROSEN
I Now Open ____ IS.15 Miss nulse Thomaaon sat tch" 70.00 -- 'I&O
: Osreola Hdw. Co., supplies Clej.k Circuit:: Court. State of Florida-
A M Thomas refunds .etc. ... ,-._ 1S .21 Miss Lillian Dale, sal tch-...,, 70.00 kninna SALE
'
? & STEED
of Oaceola,
Mr... R. B. Savace Owner and MIT. J J Dunn shop work ___ ._____ l.XO Miss Ruth Clark. sal tch...... 70.00 I County
Solicitors for Complainant. 17-4t I hereby that before .
A 8 Gilbert teas for W A L P 10.US Miss Medora Russell sal tch. 70.00 I. t...... Coert Oeeeela Cmrnmtf Fla.ttmtlrr certify me per.sonally *
Valley Uasette. cardsV & (. hlln-- 1.60 Miss Lucy Wltherspoon. sal tch 70.00 o..t".ra (;....oratle... Flmlmtl appeared A. Rosen and M. E.
I Miss Klon: (Oulce sal tch. 60.00 SHKHIKF-S! OALR *. Rosen to me known to be the persons)
...sV L" 2,00V uMUi .
I.upfer A Prather A. Notice Is that under
hereby given 90named .
.1" } MI. Kmma Yowell, sal tch Vf3S2l. V. who xeout.4the> foretolnv
HO.OQ
\ .... .. ( .SOKla. '
H Maklnson supplies. .
.
and virtue of Writ of Execution
: J. W. THOMPSON Rlec. Hup. Co. supplies .' .. 21.00: Mlss. > Nellie McQuarrle, sal' tch by a W. A. 'nrawdy. De>fes>4aat. proposed charter and each of whomacknowledged
Issued out of an<\. under the seal of the
before that
K dayii..iiJa....i pitfwd.J'' 43.78 Notice la hereby given that underand me they executed
: Co. office I 2.06
:! :' : t) Griffin Wenner-Hawyer' Foundry & Mch, Co.,, sup.meter '> .. Miss Allle HendrsonJ' sal Uch3'(?'\i',*'. : County Court for Osceola Counay. by virtue of an exception Issuingout I the forell'oln.proposed charterfor

: :Funeral l Director boxes. ___.._______.____.__ 2S.(2 6 day.-----------------:: 31.26 I.Mate Hardware of Company Florida. a wherein corporation Oaceola Under of the County Court of Osceola I tioned.the u.e ... therein men-
l' Mine A Mill Sup. ,Co.. supplies ._ 16.1(1 Miss Elsie. Batton. sal, tch_.,._ County. Fla.., In above entitled cauaeon
Standard Oil Co. I bbl. oil ____ 10A.40 sob No. 6.-_._..__.-.._... 4S.OO : the laws of the State of P'loridaI.plaintlif November 17. 117. In favor of thePlalntlft' I Wlne.. my hand and official seal at
It E "Franklin tchr sch IS 6S.OO : and Nathan Ray Is Defendant and against the Defendant In I .., Osceola County. on
wood for
Mch (00.00
Co. Florid
Tucker"Brick .
ANDlICENSfD' Miss Bessie. Lawson, tch sch 16 (0.00 I I have levied upon .and will offer for said cause, I have) leviedupon the following this the Uth day of Mch.!
Communication from Wm. Temple N H Bullard. ach 16 ..._ 100.00 sale and will sell at public outcry. for described real estate situate, MILTON P .
asking that certain street I be opened, Mrs Laura Lee, sch 16 _,.-, 76.00 cash In hand to the highest bidder at lying and being In Oaceola County (N. P, S.a1 Notary DIR of

EMBALMER read and referred to street commit. MI. Kate Knpllnirer sch 16 __ 70.00 the front door of the Court House In Fla. NV4 of NB'4, Sec. 14, Twp. 17.Rge. .. My commission expires -
Miss Mertle Fletcher sch 16 __ 0.00 I Klsslmmee Osceola. County Florida, 10, aa the property of W. A. Mc!,. t. Ull.
tee. Miss Katherine Khadoan sch 16 60.00 on the First Monday In May', the same Drawdy. Defendant and I will on May State of California,
Return of city election canvassedand Miss Mary Florence sch 16 __ 60.Ot 'being the 8th day of May A. D. UU 6th ISIS same being the rule day In County of Alameda. ,
SUre and Chapel Stewart Ave. result found to be .as reported i l in Miss: Emma 16_... 60.00 and a Legal sale day durlnir the leva( said month offer' for aale at public I. an officer duly .utborlc. to take
last week's Gazette. Miss Llllllan 1 Trnsb'h$ 60.00: : hour. 6f sale, to-wlt: between the I outcry, between the legal IU.r.d of .aknowl.d..ent. certify
atlsslmmee. Fla. Mlss'fUar I'sisleyseh K ___ 60.00 I hours of 11 o'clock In the forenoon sale In front of the Court to me known to be
t After canvassing the election returns Miss Doollttle sch -18... 6O.OO I' and I o'clock In the afternoon the following In Klsslmmee, Osceola County Fla., one of the persons who executed theoresolns
officers named therein wore Miss JesnieDool1tle' sch 16 _- 60.00 described real estate situated the said mentioned real estate, and sell / ; proposed charter e.cknow
: \ .
; '. declared elected: to fill various offices Miss I-ottle' Doolittle: sch 16 i: 40 OO In the County ol Osoeola, '$t5te of the same to the highest and beat bidder edged before me that he executed the
for the ensulnr year. Mrs Lottie Muff sch' 18 _r_ 45:00: Florida. described .. follows: Lot On. for Cash. same for the use and purposes therein
M. TILLER Charlotte Sermons sch 13 4O.OO (1) of Osceola Re-Hubdlvision of Lots I L. H. I NO RAM. expressed..witness.
:. Thecouncil then adjourned sine- A B Vance.twarrant _._ -26.60\ Seven (1) and Eight (5) of Block "F" ,, l-4t Sheriff Osceola County. Fla. my hand and official. seal
die, the newly elected officers were J L-Pvcr.treet.flexlble ruler ._ 1.6* of R. H. P. UrouKhfs Addition the at Berkley in the County of Alasneda

Real state ADe CY sworn in and the council reconvened Hopkins Kempfer sup 31-41 16.20 Town of Klsslmmee Florida. Said NOTICK FOR PtIILICATIOFitfls'par4. ? . In the State of California, on ] the
,
W U Tel Co. clo..k'r..nt sch 1__ 1.00 property has levied-up.on-as the llth day of March 111. tbl
t ; ......'!"...._._........._.... there being: present F. H. Lawson J t, Overstreet,' reo deed sen. 40 1.70 property ef Nathan flay 11h.t said Defendant .... ef tie. l..toPle. V. ... ....4Office OEOMQB W. NICKERBON -

W., W. Ca.raon'rRoma' Thomas B. E. Wenner-Hawyer -Co.' -sup sen..! 7..0( and will'be :' satisfy at Ualsmvllle.! Flew. Mar. 33. (N. P. Seal) Notary public .JR ":
Realty bought and sold. I Haley, and J. R.- Gilbert Valley Dinette, printing ..._ 33.00 the) said Writ of Execution-and the. necessary 1015.Notice. .. for the county. of Alameda
"' I House rented. clerk. Walter Harris 'piurablnff, .oh' 16 S2.00 coats. Is hereby glv/n that AndrewJ I State of California. ",.
, ( ,.- ; Htate Bank. 'revenue stamps..,._ l.M Dated this 4th .day, .of April A, D elites, of Lou 11("nvt-n. Fla; who, on i
Taxes paid and Title verified On motion Roma Thomas was C W Orlflln.sup sch 1 ___.'_... 4.70 Uti. November 2*, "|4. made Homestead NOTICM or RXICa
- elected temporary chairman Mr. Clay Johnsop Hr., frelah------ i7o( L. H. INORAM. Entry No. 011401 for SW14 of- W'4 I 4 Pen Final. .
.for non-resident; Lawson was nominated as president (sceola Hdw Co., supplies :.;__ a8:110: ''Sheriff. Oseeela County.' Section 10, ,Township. 158. Range 17H !. C..f Cmmmtf Jvesre. Oeseelel

Fire. Life and Accident Uturanee. 'council for the ensuingyear and Waters ft. Carson sup sch 1';. (60 State of Florida. Tallahassee Meridian has nled notice, at.. et rierita.
.. .A i K: Thomas, water sch 1 .,__ 13.60 KItTEnS A STEED of Intention to make Three-year Proof .. -' .
unanimously elected. Kiss Toll Co., office phone .____ 1.20 Attorneys for' I'I IIIUft''. 16-St to establish claim to the land abovedescribed 1 Is) .Relate of J.baW.. ssltsti
Mr. Lewis O'Bryan nominated to Lupfer A I-rathr tire C C Act 14.36 before Clerk Circuit Courtat Notice Is hereby -to whom
.- Indemnity Bond Succeed .himself as city attorney OsceoU Hdw' ( o. sup sch 12 __ 1811.11 In the CircuitCourt for the Seventh Klsslmmee. Fla,, on .the 10th day of I It may. concern th.fl..a.... al day of
Trask A Naa1>] extra work 13 260.or Judicial; Circuit of the State of Florida. May 111.Claimant. AUfuet. AD.. HIS. I shall apply to
.. .... .. ...... .... .. .. without opposition was unanimously Trask. & Nash on contract 1S-_ 1653.71 In and for Osc'eclaCounty; In Chan names as witnesses: the Honorable T. Murphy Judge of
elected for the ensuing term and sal .. a. I). N. I Vend. cery. JCnlght, Wan Company complainant B. O. Hancock of Loughman. Florida. said Court .Judge of Probate, .for

T ary fixed at $25.00 per month. Miss Elsie Batton sch C 10.00 v. J. R. Graves! and' Oraoe Peter J. Daley, of Lottghman. Florida -' my final discharge as Executor of the

i. ...... ... ... . .. .. .... The mayor reported the reappoim- Mr.* Rhoda LAICSS, sch 8 -_____ 66 V(0 E. .Graves, his wit., and Emma W R. ;, estate of John W. Smith deceased:
Miss Myra Hodxes sch 9 66.00 Campbell respondents. Foreclosure of Paul Ohysellnck of Loughman Flor and that at the same time I will.present .
ment of Mr. C. F.'Tison as night police Mrs Betty P McUowan sch 1066rt>0 )'fortera Il.. Notice of sale. To.J. It.Graveahd'Gracm ida. my final accounts as Executor ef

whioh was ratifte4 by the council N H Bullard sch 16 _-._*_ 5o.o< K. Graves his wife B. W. White of Klsslmmee Florida aid estate, and ask for their approval.-

: C. W. salary being fixed at $65.00 per MrsLaura Lee sob 16 _... 10.00( and Emma F. R. Campbell and all I(OBT. W. DAVIS Dated January 11, A. D. Ifll.THURSTON .-
.4 'r : GRIFFIN "- -. Miss Kate Ca pi I nicer __,_ 10.00( whom It may concern. Notice I. hereby l-t Register. SMITH..
month.
Miss Mertle Fletcher sch 16 __ 10.00( given by the undersigned that the 1.lamlm _' ._Executor. _
There being no further business the Miss Katherine Khadoan >sch 16 10.00( underslKned aa Special Master heretofore NOTICE OF* APPLICATION FOR TAX _

council adjourned to meet. in regular Miss. Mary Florence ._ JO,00 appointed In this rause'will on DEED NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Staple and FancyGROCERIES Miss Emma Tyson sch 16 10.00 the Rule Pay In May, lilt, namely the6th -
adjourned session Wednesday April Miss Lillian Ids sch 16 10-00 day of said month between the Notice Is hereby given thai 8. L. Ber- I. Coart .f the Ceemty Jedsce, OaeewlayCa.

10th A. D. 1918, at 7:30 p. m. Miss. Star Paisley, sch 16 ..._ 10IOO: legal hours of sale nam.ly 11 a. m. 'I gert and George W. Luke, purchasersof ..,". state ef Florida. -
;. i | F. H. Lawson, President. Miss 'Fleda IJooilttle set 16 10.00 and 1 p. m., offer for sale and sell to Tax.: Certificate No. 171 dated the (th 1m .Kutsjtv e f A. W. Wise>
J- R. Gilbert Clerk. Miss Jessie Doolittle. sch, 16__ 10.00 the highest and best bidder thereto day of July. A. D. 115 have filed said To all Creditors, eirateea.. Distributeesand
Miss Lottie Doollttle. .ch 16 6.0( for cash. Lot 4 of II. C. Miller's Subdivision certificate In my office, and have made all Persons Havln" Claims or
Jas W HuKe attendanc officer 34.41 of Illock R of W. A. Patrick' application for tax deed to Issue In Demands against .:
\ P IS Morgan sup sen 16 1608 AddItion. Klsslmmee City. Osceola accordance with law. Said certificate You and each of you are hereby notified
i : Free Delivery to all Part Fenole Chemical Co. sch 16 __ 7328 County. Florida. This sale will be held embraces the following described and required to present an

j I : : I Sore Throat ? Osceola Hdw Co., sup sch 16 .- 34.oo under decree. of foreclosure heretofore property, situated In Osceola County claims and demands which you, ,
of the City 11 C Hartley sup sch 16 6.66 entered In the above styled case and In Florida, to-wit: either of you. may have against the
i II. 6. l>. N.. :a rand accordance with the term. of said decree. 8E14-of REV Section SO In Township estate of A. W. Wlnn. d.c..d late of
; Sties. Edna Schwelkart: sch 12.. on Purchaser will pay for deed IS South Range 17 East. Osceola County, under-
f' .... ...................0 This fifty year old remedy eases Sore 6f
L L Jordan sch 40 _._ 40.00 This the (th day of April; A. D. 191*: The said land being assessed at the signed Executrix of said estate within
I Throats and Bronchial affections; H. M. I). N.. 3 1"... D. I'. Garrett as Special Master. In date of Issuance of said certificate In two years from the date hereof.
4f." Whenever You Need a General Tonic: soothes, heals and gives quick relief. J K Williams tchr sch 6 1000 Chancery; In said. case. Clarke Knight the name of C. Ii!. Candy. Unless saId Dated February llth. '1515.BERTHA .
a.. Take drove' It K Franklin sch 13 26.00 as counsel for complainant. 16-St certificate shall be redeemed according U. VYINN.
Miss. Bessie Lawson sch 13 .. 20.00 to law tax: deed will Issue thereon on '.IIt Executrix. .
: Tbe Old Standard Grore'g Taatetew It W Franklin sch 18 KO.OO HKIIIfr't<"N MALI. the 16th day of April. A. D. 181S. .

\ chill Tonic U equally .valnnble ass r.tcII13I Miss Bessie. Iawson sch 13 __ 70.00 J. L. OVER8TREET NOTICE APPLICATION FOR'

; General Tonic because it contain. the Mrs Lottie Huff sch 18 ___ 1000 I. Coamtr Ceart. n..eeolsj CesiBtr. VI*. (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court. Os TAX DIED
4 well known tonic properties of QUININB State Bank ___ 113.19'Tulley "..... Kfmtrlm. Nathan. Epstela. Abraham ceola County .Florida.
Uuy trans pupils Sch 111,00\ J. \Velis..*rs;. A. hay Kats. ll-5t By S. H. Bullock D. C. Notice I. hereby given that Alex
and IRON. It actS on the Liver Drive Track A Nash lab A mat sch IS 1(1 91 I Idaer I...dst..rs;.
oat Mauls Enriches the Blood and i.scovervfor A U 1Ilayneld. school books.___ il'.HOn. : Barcala House, 11a1.tlH.. .. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR 104 and IOU, dated the (th day
Builds up the Whole Syrtem. 60 cent. a. t>. Me. a...... vs. TAX DEED of July. A. n. and Tax Certo
MlssLella Crelirhton .ch 7 _._.. (0:00 W. A. nrewdy. O'f.....( cates No. 128 l14.1287 dated the 5thday
H M I'artln labor sch 7 _____ 5.00 Notice Is hereby given that under Notice I. hereby gIven that 10. D. of July A. D. Ml. has filed said
Coughs Colds Alan J. MacDonough- and by virtue of an execution Issuing. Malloy purchaser of Tax: CertificateNo. certificates In my office, and has made
COODTOTHE LAST DROP Architect out of the County Court of Osceola I dated the *th day of July.: A. D. application for tax deed to Issue In accordance .
.. presented certificate N4, showIng County. Flj In above entitled causeon 114. has filed said certificate In my with law.' Said certificatesembrace

j \ LeJOIII'Steaada a.Ltrer HealtVy. 1663.75 due Traik: & Nash contractor October 4, 1.17, In favor of the office and has made application for the : prop
*" on the Kononsville chool: build. Plaintiffs and agaInst the DefendantIn tax deed. to Issue In accordance with erty, situated In IOI.CO :Florida
/ MflXWELLHOUSE A vigorous Stomach perfect workinC'Llftl'Ud The said cause, I have levied upon the law. Said certificate embraces the following to-wlti: Sixteen
JL regular acting Bowels, if you Ing. board findingthi* in accordance followIng described real estate situate described property, situated In ('IS) Block FIfY Fourteen *

.wfll" DM.Dr t '. Klnf*, New Life PilU. with the terms of the contract lying and being In Osceola County Osceola County* Florida to-wlt Lot (14) Block (1) Lot Nine
\ They correct Constipation-hays. a unanimously ordered a 'war Fla.: N% of NE14 Bee. 24., Twp. 1TJ. Four (4) Section 1. TownshIp Thirty (5) Block <4' Lot Tea
tonic 'effecten the want drawn in favor. of Traak & Nub R... 10. as the property of W. A. I one (at) South., Range Thirty-four (14) (1 ) Block Forty-nine fU of Marydla
elimlaate
system-' Drawdy, Defendant and: I will on May East.. The said land being assessed at the
1:; poison*throufh the Bowels for that amount. 6th. ,1S18. same beltis the rule day. In The saidland being assessed at the date of Issuance of eald'certlflcate In
: The Board, desiring some chant said month offer for sale at public, date of the Issuance of said certificateIn the name ef 8. O. 8mlth O. AndereoB.M. .

( mad. in the KeoansrUle building acoeptod outcry between the legal hours of sale the name of J. T. Smith. Unless J. Maswell Murphy.Unless .

: COFFEE .n.:CtaWneTli! t'Dee. Mot Affect tile...... ,the estimate made .by the, orchitect In Klsslmmee front of, OsceolaCounty the Court House. Flax dQor the In said certificate,to law,shallbe* tax deed redeemed will Issue ac.cording said according certificates to law. shall tax deed.be will redeemed

Becsase of It. toale end laxative effect.: IJUCA 'for the cost of said ch&jivesamounting said mentioned real ..t.t... and sell thereon on the 15th.' day of April. Issue thereon on the llth day of April,

J Oetetoe TITKBKOMOOUUtlN8labeUrtliaaar3isiuy end does mat rsesi siiminsiii ..orrtg1ng ; to $250.:>0. board same to the niftiest and best bidderforcash. D. IMS. .A.j A.. D 151$.' rt r. OTBRSTRBBIT.ClerkyClreeJt' .

I flirv TOUR GROCER 111...... Itraiember the fall .._end,, finding this work Jiad been completed -. t. L. OVER8TREBT .1.1I '
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I I looE fee tae sixuture ot 8. W GKOY4 .|0e. ordered a warrant'' for f 250.00 drawn *.-(( ,0oola -'
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We 'added to our immense stock, this ,week, Ahiwlnuw Wore, and are going to sell the first shlpmentat..very.low price "ln order to get the "

''i line odvertlsed. Just ft few of the things we hove in stock hOW, tend. the'.prices& ."
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2 Qt Sauce Pan.. ,; . $ .50 2 Qt Preserving Kettles. ." $ .50 3 Qt Berlin Sauce Pans with cover $1.25 4 Qt erliq Sauce Pans, with cover $1.25 ,3 Pudding Pans, .. $ .60 ,

[3 Qt Sauce Pans. ,' .75 3 Qt Preserving Kettles, .75 2 Qt Berlin Kettles, with cover, .85 2 Qt Pudding Pans, ., .' .45 See.our Window for these Special

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**CMMM8 c :-:+x# urday afternoon' at her home: com- and carried a corsagebouquet of'1 must all do to the full extent of our German ,goods, and' thereby help the
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plementary to Miss Florence Teeny, white roses; orange blossoms and gar-i I ability. ,We druggists by boycotting kaiser continue this war ,indefinitely,
who was the, guest of friends j H this denias made a most lovely bride. At German (goods ,can strike one of, the which will result in the aditional -
Notes .* city.The 2.30 the bride and groom departed in most, effective financial blows at the j death or worse than death: captureof
$ afternoon, was, as Informal as tUcir automobile for somewhere in German industrial life. thousands of our boys; possibly our
possible nnd the young people ch ,ttcd America. A more perfect day could Do not get the, idea that the most own sons or brothers. Or we,can boycott -,
and danced *o the Victrcla or sang to hardly have befallen the lot of a of Germans are simply leaders of the German goods, and Germans and
(Mrs. E. E. Wells Editor.) : a ukalele accompaniment. young married couple. war party. Men who have lived help Uncle Sam win the war in the
Refreshm ts of. ,hot tea and sanJ- among Germans in this country and shortest space of time. Which will be
the Valley Gazette to tend item* wishes ware served. t men who have come back from "over)1 your decision T
I Request i is made to all patrons of T. FOR BRIDE ELECT
\there" j
; Enjoying this pleasant event were: + diffeeently. The' German'as Yours' fraternally
*f Society Event :So 'the Editor for publication in these colum t. Misses Violet Bullock, Norm Griffin, The pleasant social courtesies for a race is a depraved arrogant., M. S.' MAY
l' Katherine Carr, Mary Tiller, Grace Miss.liarriet Ferril, the bride elect of brutal. Inhuman\ being and until they Mgr. Corner Jrug Store,

. , , - . . - . . . v Gilbert, Violet Douglas, Sarah Clark George L. Potter, of the Signal Service are whipped' to .& finish they 'ate'a' Kissimme, Fla.
.- .. o.xooo.---X-X-X--y Ruth Carnrl>el.! Elizabeth Paige, were continuous last week when I menace to the, progress of humanity, Note-1 am having a list of German -
/ _-__ ... Mrs. Varney: '"Ca'm-faced, handsome I Marfrnr-M t; and.l Mattie Stanford, Frances Mrs. Gay Livingston was a charming Christianity; and human liberty. manufacturers<<: in this country
FOR MISS FEHRILI tall wit.h'a charniing voice, nnd Tucker, Claribell, McGl: Marie l hostess at an afternoon tea given in the No doubt you all read the news of .prepared and will gladly furnish same
masses of" chestnut hair, Mrs. Varneyis Huddleston, Atbic Hcrris: and Florence her honor at the country club. I sinking of a transport filled with to ftll\ who apply.enclosinf stamped
Miss Harriet Pcckham who a woman of varied abilities and interests Tenney. '" American! troops by a German sub addressed envelope.
of George Potter, ,Kduin- . I_ marine, in the newspapers of February -
became the wife ; a college grrduate pn } '
Tuesday,'was tho'honoree of a pretty ed minister (she has filled the pulpit): +-- J BUILDING CIRCLE COLLECTS I 7. rv you know that it is In the \
afternoon tea Saturday, at the home i 14 many ,Jorge churches), a clubwoman [ 'NO' RED CROSS TEA SAT. I . | $21 AT MEETING 11 1 i range of possibility that part,of'the
of S. II. Bullock from 3:30: to 5:00: a student of household ('(economics -> money that built that submarine and
o'clock when Mrs. Bullock entertained a specialist in parliamentary law, a ,There will be no Cross at .,. A special meeting of the'I Building j aid for that torpedo originally cane ,
the bridal party and a few friends. leader in welfure work, a platform the Hamilton home in Lak shore Ad- Circle of the First Baptist church was I from your or my rash drawer, and
The rooms were attractively decorated orator, and, above all, a horns-maker. dition next Saturday. 1.held Monday afternoon at the homeof I now do you not think that it is high
magnolia and nasturtiums Mrs. J. W. Rose ,time that we put a stop to this "river"of
with cut flowers . .' Thompson on ave
.being used. I- .1 flue, when $21 was collected' into the i money going to Germany from the
informai f I JUNIOR-SENIOR PARTY T I COOKED FOOD SALE | United States the bulk of it coming
The event was quite Mrs. +-..-,-.. treasury of the organization. "
P.: K. Weaver and Miss Inez Carson .---- The laden of the Presbyterian Aid I Mrs. Thompson and her daufrht, I' from the crsh drawers of tho retail
The Junior-Senior at the druggists? Ixjt'rf all get together
who are always heard with pleasure party wil hold cooked food socialat Mrs. Cecil ProntH. were hostesses for
rendered home of C. W. Bass on Emmette society a from this very minute and never let
Kissimmee music lovers, the afternoon and we.reL.1sistoo
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Memorial I
the hart building -
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F Friday night of the another dollar of ours to enrich the -r n
several vocal solos and Miss Zaida street was one Wednesday April 17, from 3 to (Ii i I Miss Lizzie Thompson. The guests go .P
Lou executed a brilliant\ j piano num.s merriest events the young set have o'clock. There will be home mulc spent the hours very informally with Germans Your American manufacturers
participated in during the entire sea- I I \ can furnish you with whateveryou
ber I and other Everyone I chatting and fancy work and a number '
candies,. goodies. J
son. The Juniors were hostesses and pies need, and at a lower cost.
L Misses Violet Bullock, Katherine is invited to attend this m of musical selections added to the "Do.yourbit"Biscuits
Carr, Katherine Hamilton, and Norma complimentary to their guests they ing. ; t-I pleasure. "\ Dainty home-made cakes I. It can not help but make an honest
Griffin, assisted the hostess in I had decorated the 'rooms in purple ? I and delicious punch WM served I American "see red" to read of the AJ f
serving tea and wafers then the par-!. and white, carrying out the color i+ Present at thdi:; meeting were Mrs.I countless German 'atrocities,* but we
ty motored out to the Hamilton home. scheme in cut. flowers and streamers.At +1 MISS FERRIL HONORED 'AT +1 i IN 1 C. Bryan. Mrs J. W. Wilder. Mrs. have not and never will sink row
'1k in Lake' Shore Addition to attend a. the entrance these colors were LUNCHEON | 1 S Hall Mrs. C A. Carson, Mrs. A. enough to retaliate by similar inhu- level table.poon'COTTOLENS
Red Cross Tea there. combined with the class colors of the + '- +I+ S. Gilbert, Mrs. L R Farmer, Mrs. manities. However, we 'anven IX'cup.. pantry flour .
g Mrs. Bullock's guests included: Juniors, red and white. The sun par- Mrs: C. A. Carson and 'Miss Inez C. Buckles, Mrs M. E. Waring. Mrs. back here rt home-make war on X cup while corn meal l '
,a > Miss Forril, George Potter, Rev. and lor,was gay with decorations of red Carson gave a pretty; o'clock luncheon I I Roma Thomas Mrs Wallace Bell\ their men by striking at their finan- 4 level teaspoons baking powder e
Mrs. Kirkby, Mrs. C. A. Carson, Mrs. and- white and here Misses Mattie at the home of""the litter on Mrs.. Fred Herzberff: Mrs. J. A. Barclay ces and it is hardly possible. estimate X teaspoon till
Gay Livingston, Mrs. Hv C. Stanford, Stanford and Elizabeth Ledbetter,'. Wednesday of last week, complimenting Mrs. T. ,J, Welch, Mrs, Sam the good that} : can be accom *4 cup milk or half milk and half
Mrs. Jim Carson, Mrs. Claud Harper, dressed as Haiwalan girls with uka- Miss Harriet"P. Fernl, who became Gardner, Mrs. M. Conner, Mrs. B. C. plished by the druggists boycotting) water.
Mrs. W. J. S. Carr, Mrs. N. C. Bryan, leles. presided.The the bride of, George L. Po'ter Crumb, Mrs. V. R, Ellis. Mrs. Rosa German drugs.
Mrs. P. K. Weaver, Miss Zaida Lee, early part of the evening was of the Signal Services this week, Graves, Mrs. F. S. C rrell. Mrs. J, D. 'There is another matter that we Sift together flour, corn meal,baking
Mrs. C. A. Carson Jr., Misses Kath enjoyed as the "prom party" followedby The table was laid with a cluny Jeffords and small son, Mrs.: Julius should take up and push vigorously, powder and nit. Rubinchilled COT-
4"' erine Hamilton Inez Carson Kath games and contests. Refreshmentsof luncheon set r.id attractively decorated Smith, Mrs. H. R. May, Misses :Myrtle that is in reference to the German in TOLENE with fing.rtipt, very lightly.
} erine Carr, and Norma Griffln.i. . block ice cream in purple and white with ferns and flowers fn n rod Collier, Ruby Whidden, Susie Bell this country. Their dupilicty, treach- Add milk and water and mix to soft
with purple and white cakes andgrape color scheme with hearts and cupids Minkie Gardner:, Muriel Prentu, Lucyl I I ery and general lack of honor and dough with knife. Roll and cut. Dak
juice punch, were served at the Buckles, Ethel' Wilder and In hot for IS minutes.
Small red hearts were used as pine i morals have been so thoroughly) demonstrated oven
TALENT TEAt I IThe conclusion invited of the "promSo"The cards. Plates were laid for twelve Prentis. I (from the kaiser, 1 I crown
included Misses
guests : guests, who were hte intimate friendsof \II prince end Ambassador BernstorfT, Uncle Sam'says "Save:
Louise Simpson, Mary +
ladies'of the Methodist church Singletary, the honoree. 1 PYTHIAN SISTERS'INSTALL on down to themost inconspicuous
enjoyed a very pleasant Talent tea at Violet Douglas Blanche Davis, Sarah "
German individual that it is hardly animal 1 fats.
the home of Mrs. R. D. Guice Friday, Clark, Mary Tiller, Norma Griffin +"s + f MEMBERS i necessary to mention it, but we should y;
when Mrs. Guice and Mrs. Bratton Grace Gilbert, Gertrude McKay, Ruth POTTER FERRIL
: like to make German with
were joint hostesses.An Howell. Christine Ivy, Muriel Prentis, J The Pythian Sisters initiated five whom we. come every in contact demon- GOTTOLENE saves I
Gussie Violet Bullock Mar. ,new members into the lodge at a well ,
entertaining Winn One of the -tractive
program was arranged most weddingsof
strate beyond the shadow of doubt
including vocal numbers by garet Stanford, Carolyn Fripp, Claris the season was solemnized Tuesday attended;:meeting;,jon. ..Thursdays'nigh his ,absolute loyalty to the U.a S. A. your money too.Cottolene. "
Misses Ella Mae Gilbert and'Maude bell McGlhee, Frances Tress, and Irene. i I of last!week and enjoyed aSsociat hour! ; ; ," :
:..A! at;high\noon ati;StJ/John's/ i Episcopal 'following the forwe,should\have ,relations j' with
Alice Wagner, piano selections by Reed; Messrs. Sheldon Johnson, Ros. church,',when George i L.Potter of the R.'May Mrs."RomA.Thomas'andlfrs.'GeorJrO ceremony"when\MrsJi IIJj. .him tI in|aft business jUj*ways! whatever; ' q Pl
4 Miss Adah C. Wagner and co Roberson, Murray Overstreet, Clif. ,
readings Signal Corps, son of Mr. and Mrs. '''Neither' buy goods of him nor furnish
'' by Miss'.Gertrude McKay and Wil. ford Letter, Frank and Edgar Bryan" Wm. S. Potter' of Lafayette Ind.$; W. Overstreet were hostesses him employment. The German
liametta Sibert. Story, Henry Edwards, Henry married to Harriet P. Ferril and served home made Ice cream and very
was that we give a job to, be the
cakes in the hall. may one;
While the hostesses !hospitably Singletary Gerald Rivers Walter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. banquet to do the most damage in this coun- Ills N.tvtwl shae+li.ai{
served iced tea and cake to the guests Bass, Ned Bullock, Dick Bullock, Char Fernl I of Denver Colo. Miss Ferril! I The members initiated at this meeting -
: they conformed strictly to,the wishes lie Regero, Bert Wells, William Arnold has been spending several weeks as were: Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Gilbert, try.Now .At grocers In tins
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. gentlemen the matter is In of convenient .1.! ..
of the food administration and baked Verne Wilson. Prof. R. M. Evans, the guest of Mrs. Potter at her win Peak and Miss ,
i the new war cake made of cornmeal. Mrs. Evans, Misses Henderson, Black- ter home on Church street, and by Ella Mae Gilbert. 'I j our \hands. We can continue to buy

i' r The ladies attending this event mon, Hotihan anj Leitner. her charm of manner' and winning ,
were: Mrs. C. W. Griffin, Mrs. J. D. ;i ways has made many friends in this t AT HOME '" I
jS Sibert, Mrs. J. McPhatter, Mrs. D.G. community during her short stay. The I.
McKay, Mrs. Sarah Cohoon. Mrs.L. f RECITAL AT HIGH SCHOOL T church was Decorated: with white ole The public da
II. Ingram, Mrs J. Z. Roberson, Mrs. I AUDITORIUM. { anders, white roses and ferns and attend At Home cordially invited to
MIMes Maude Alice and Adah Wagner A recital will be given tonight at green effect. A double quartet formed on the first floor of the main schools Osceola Hardware Co.
Gertrude McKay, Williametta the high school auditorium, by, pupils the processional which, rendered Friday, April 19 to nlne'"o'clockp. building,
tSibert and Mrs. W. L. Win.' of the music and expression depart- "The Voice that Breathed O'er Eden m. seven .
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c X generous silver offering was taken ment of the school. Those taking As the wedding party entered the A silver offering will be taken
for the missionary fund of the so- part will be t Thelma Sutton, Grace church the organist rendered the familiar apply on the purchase of to 1 Located on Klssimraee's
I ,det)', Gilbert, Olivino Savage, Jenette Griffin Wedding Match from Lohen I Bond for the school library.Committee .a Liberty .. BUSIEST"
Mary Anderson, Dorthy BuUck! grin tho bride varying a wJiite prayer Invitation. CORNER
Gladys Griffin Thelma Woodall\, Elsie book, being escorted to the altar by on
:t Has. VARNEY WILL,LECTURst Welch; Alva Fortner GhAstine Mr. Wm. S. Potter, where they met i t II BOYS' COMPETE FOR 1r'
MEDALA t
Ivy, Dorothy Wells, Cornelia Lancaster -i the groom who had entered from the We Sell the Famous .
Auto-Strop
i Mrs. Mecca Marie Varney will lea 1 Mattie Stanford, Donald Me Kay, dhanoel and stood waiting for them. W. C. T. U. contest will be held
tare in Kissimmee April 25th. Her Majorie Maldnson, Alpha Westfall, The choir then rendered "Oh Perfect at the Chapter House
I subject will be "Mothers of Soldiers. and Joe Makinson. Love." The beautiful Episcopn' service 18, 3:30 when ThUrsdAY the April i Safety Razors
p. m., following
'Mrs.'Vame1 is the wife of the I
: famo is I was made most impressive by will be rendered:
"platform family," consisting of hor- Rev. Kirkby of New York, who offi program: 1
'.elf, her husband, the Rev. Cliarlas! FOR MISS FLORENCE ciated. After the ceremony a wedding "Two Cigarette Boys and for Me, Don"Oliver. The Ida. that .. Many .. our soldier' -... It u a wonderfully
a Cigarette MalcolmM.
E. Varney, nnd their 19-year old son, r TENNEY. 11 I breakfast was served to about Makinson."A perfect iatruent, aid appeals to those. who must have the best The \
Chartes Edward, Jr., now an aviator ', thirty guests at the home off Ute Hero "
in France. The ; Peter Hartnett. pric. has .et advanced at all We abo handle the Get aid the Ever- ,
3 Minneapolis (Minn.) Miss Adah Louise Simpson entertained -groom.| The bride was costumed in "Write It EverywhereHarry Wood- c
:Evening: "Tribune. :JIM this to say of 'a number of (her friends Sat'white embroidered. tulle, picture hat all ready Safety Razor at the re-tar-ally low price of one dollar each.

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"Standing Treat Hulin Snyder. .
\ "HI Take What Father Takes," Richard ,

Bandy. Soond the lead tisibrel and heat the hewf*r, for that carload .(

SELECT PICTURES ASSURED fencing ha come at last. Thirty.... days oa the road from BlnaiaIta. ,-

.... Manager Woodbeck has booked the U",.inc.some," bat Bet very fast However, it is here now aad

\ "Select stars as Pictures"Clara Kimball which Young comprise: Norma such we are ready t. fill orders for all the anal heights of wire fencing ap to

Contribute to the Cause of Talmadge, Robert Warwick, Alice forty-six inches. Our price is right too.
Brady Constance Talmadge and oth.
ers of the leading stars of today.

chance Kissimmee to see people one will of these be given Selects a Ma.y of oar easterners live beyond the reach of the electric wires,

Liberty. I each week at. the Casino, beginningweek and to sach we offer tie Rayo lamp. It u sickle plated, barns kerosene, ...

after next. aid is the best light excepting/ Mazda electric. ,

DON'T BUY GERMAN-MADE '
DRUGS IS PLEA OF M. S. MAY -,5"
The Country has given you much-it now call on you to do year (Continued from Page One) I If you think oar Furniture Department is not large and complete! ,

i ", :- tality. and there are right now in this I I jut come in and take a look thronth it.
country women, among them American
s It says to you "Help win the war by buying a Liberty Bond"H Red Cross nurses,, who have suf- I

gf Every one rich and poor alike, should come to the front' van<| the fered hands fates of far the.German.beaata.worse -than death No at I How:sLall we'help our boys ia tke canps? ',f'

S I contribute to the cause of,Liberty-for the Liberty' of 'the whole world: doubt a great many of you' eilw the i Bay Liberty Bond and Savings Stamp
t 2S newspaper article a few days ago aa 1
3 You can arrange to buy, one through u*, on payment to how nelpless Italian prisoners were!
taunted they listened to the
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; ST i+ -_ There will be no charge for our "ices. 'J screams of their wives, daughter>* I GASHUM & SUSETTE '\* !J !

(: r tux and*sister and ntrodtieo suffering: at hands tots of i uSa,, Ca-hast, that Spvdds hoy aext door, keep 'Us, month .... ',.['

4 German soldiers. Do you fully realize -I aD the time. What do you rappoM make hi*do it?" kqmired Suette. ,r;

CITIZENS BANKF that we, our wives, sisters and i ,"0 well, I ...luow," replied
,.a arfeNMlat ea '/' ; (F daughters same fate,if would the oportunity be suffering was given the chap u ...... to .. t. the lcilatwt SMI,* day." 'I

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were ' t$ ( :,., ,- If the'women'of this country would all Watch. this ,space. next week"far'more:'"about, 'Gatnum'and, '
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