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 19, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00851
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
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I i MAYOR. PROCLAIMS HOLIDAY FOR WAR RELIC TRAIN-3: TO' ,5 M9NDAYyt



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f Guns, shells, bombs, shrapnel, helmets, gas masks, trench tools, clothing and ,other war curios are the complement of


the War Relic Train that is to be here April 22nd from 3 to 5 p. m. War-hardened veterans will explain the exhibits;


f The band and the school children are ,to attend. It will be a'two hours' holiday for Kissimmee. You will be there.


t Mayor Cadel has proclaimed a holiday between the hours of 3 and .5 p. ,m. and ,i it\' is hoped all business in Kissimmee will ;,


i and that the entire town will.turn out end see the relics exhibit
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;, THIRD LIBERTY LOAN. IS. MAYOR'S. PROCLAMATION : W. S. S. COMMITTEE PLAN ,I


Under and by the power Tested ia me, I, John' S. Cadel, Mayor

of At.. City,of KistlauBee, Florida, do hereby, announce, pr.claim'sad' PARADE BY SCHOOL CHILDREN!
; GAINING MOMENTUM IN CO. declare a holiday in the City of Kissimmee, l between the hours of three . :
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and fire p. m, on Monday, the 22nd day of April, A. D. 19 8.'' r .\ '(0 .. ]..

The United States Government U lending,to Kissimmee) City a .. ... --
'Next bas
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French.Relic War Train;accompanied by America., French and Canadian -. Friday, .which$ proclaimed
WOMEN ORGANIZE
TO FUR.
f4 The Third Liberty Loan is gaining/ to the Third Liberty Loan, Mr. Carson by President Wilson as Liberty -
This train will at Kisshnme the hoarsabove
officers. daring ,
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Osceola and chairman said "The Army ,THER SALE OF LIBERTY BONDS .
i;; momentum in K county county government Da.wben.the entire'country i i.
carefully organized committees are ,has appealed especially to mentioned and will be opea for'public; inspection daring those'hours. That Kissimmee women are not asked to unite in a patriotic'manifestation .
laying their plans for a systematic the farmers ,for subscription to'this . lacking in patriotism ha again been
campaign to sell the full quota, OJ: loan. At the time the first and second AD patriotic Americans will find much of interest i in the was'ielics demonstrated when' they laid their to further the subscription
$98,700 allotted by the Atlanta office' loans were made this clash of peoplefa'iled which will be on exhibition and in the information the officers'in ,plans, this, week for the active support to the Third Liberty Loan and W. S.
to this county.ExSenator to give the movement a general of the in its drive
government
,, S. movemen, will be fittingly celebrated -
t C. A. Carson, county support and government has urged eharfe/witf be glad to communicate. to, the visitors- relative. to 'such for 'the Third Liberty Loan. the of Kissimmee. In fact
N chairman for this movement, has this class for subscriptions to this relict Mrs.', J. Wesley Brown county by city '
l placed the work for Kissimmee in the loan. It is noticeable that they are This proclamation is issued in ever,that every person in Kiuimtmee . chairman, met with the' committee County Chairman D. G. Wagner of
hands of young business men, the responding to this appeal." have the privilege of seeing ties exhibit. having charge of the movement for the 'Thrift and 'War Saving Stamp "
'! committee including Carson Farmer, Every purchaser of a Third Liberty may Kissimmee an dvicinity at the Hart movement,. has 'called a meeting of
'f. chairman, Nelson Maklnson, Edgar Loan bond is*eligible to a button and In Witness Whereof I have hereunto set my, hand M Mayor of I Memorial building on Tuesday after the' committee furthering this work '
Katz, Roma Thomas; Roger Dodd, O. also a service flag to display in the sad) city and caused the seal of said. city t. be hereunto affixed, this noon to arrange for a systematic cam : and the committee had arranged: for a '" '
)' P. Garrett and John Partin.: windows and it is thought that before 17th day of April, A. D, 1918. palgn. 'Present at this meeting ware demonstration on this date when the
t They are not relying on their publicity the campaign closes. these evidencesof (SEAL) JOHN S. CADEL, Mayor, Mrs. W. J. Fripp, Mrs. S. B. Aultman Liberty Loan committee will be invited -*
t campaign and the placing ofT patriotic services rendered will be Miss Elisabeth Aultman,' Mrs. J.. T. in
f posters in prominent places alone to conspicuous throughout the city of Attest: Kissimmee, Florida.J. Burckhalter, Miss 'Inez Carson/ Mrs. to participate a joint meet. 5
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interest the people in subscribing to Kissimmee.The R. GILBERT, t, LH.s Ingram.x Mrs.- ,J. ,Z. Rp6ersonand ?It'.is the t intention of' those in
this loan but their Third Liberty Loan War Relic Mrs. E. E. Wells '
2 are adding personal City Clerk. .
efforts for good measure. train will visit Kissimmee Monday afternoon % t>> /The! committee has'already' distributed charge beginning at 8 p. ,m. ,to- hold
l'(! Up to this time the subscription to from :3" t9 5 when relics from literature and 'made personal efforts an (afternoon pageant expressly for
the bonds has been slow but this must the battle fields will be on exhibit. to secure subscriptions to these school children, to participated in
I The.. train will be accompanied by bonds by them. to.have a number of th
r not be construed to mean any lack C. A. CARSON ; "S.-
1 of interest in the cause but may be French and Canadian well as U. Chairman County Liberty Loan Com inittee. ;.1 -.Miss Elizabeth Aultman, chairman Junior Four'Minute. Men speak fro ,
[t' attributed to local conditions. When S.'soldiers who will explain these rel of'the Kissimmee Woman's Committee the band stand and to have possiblj
the food administration asked v for ics. Prof. R. M. Evans will dismissthe of the Council of National Defense two out of town speaker who wJU, de

greater food production, the businessmen public schools in time to visit this .. ,, continued the, publicity: campaign liver addresses. *4 .
and growers alike answered the train. Mayor Cadel has issued a ,by ,a < stirring fourJl'inute' -In-lhe evening a demonstration for
call with the result that fully 1600 proclamation calling on the merchants ," .'1 talk dung the'' intermission the.ekizen* in general will follow the
acres of Irish potatoes were plantedin ants, $to close their places of business ;': at the home talent entertainment atThe 1 regular band concert. Mr. Wagner qk.'
the county. The people have their during the hours tie train will be V Dixie theater Wednesday night. feels: confident that State Director 1Y
i money.invested in this crop and until here and Prof. R.' M. Evans will close) q1 'e' ,. Mr.*.', E. E. Well was asked to pre. Hon. J. F, C. Grigg of Jacksonville,' +
*.' it is harvested the shortage of funds the schools! in time for every child to pare a thermometer to register the will be present and will speak'to'the
will be felt in a measure. However. be present. I progress of the Liberty Loans. This people at one of these meetings and
before May 4th when the loan closes, There is no question but that viewing I will be dieplayedatthe postoffioe.. some' other prominent man will be i
\'the greater part of the crop will have ( these exhibit will have a great i ,Mn':"'Brown expects to organize present for the other meeting r
| gone to market and the people here educational influence and will bring committees other-parts of,Osceola I .Tha...woman'scommitteee. will hold,
t will be in a position to subscribe more home to the people the need of the I'k I"county to urge the loans along similar a Liberty Loan bonfire in connection
heavily.I active support of every individual of lines. with this event .. ,.
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TWELVE CARS OF POTATOES I

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I WERE SHIPPED THIS WEEKEarly .. ,
4 f There have been persistent i rumor hatching place for mosquitoes. lIe
: afloat'sincethe' government official urged 'the'Street authorities to clean
have been looking about for sites for the moss out of the tree and eliminate ::1.
r Ifl.i aviation camps thnt Kissimmee is Weed and trash of every sort
shipments of Osceola's mammoth The Citrus Exchange will. handle a' '/ 4\\'f, looked upon with, favor and will In from the for the welfare of the. .
''j potato crop continued this week portion of the county's potato crop ..". 1)0/) the near .future. be designated as thelocation people eitYI tor no other cause. S
for this and have their first car j i '
year of ono of these camps. The His work demanded that'' h. visit t"
2400 barrels
and to today 12 ears or '
up loaded sndx the track this morning.They ..:t. site offered I by; the city, has much to the hotels, eating houses, git cerystores :
of fine potatoes were sent from will consign another car tomor './. recommend*i itv. so rumor says,'. and, ,.bakerUs drug stores and even d.';
Kissimmee. row. The potatoes came from the of the citizen '1
--:-- many optimistic shero the home Few cities he aid were ,
The quality i Is equally as good as field of J. W. Miller, J. S. Strattonand W are confident that ,we will '.soon ..be really keeping the letter of the sanitary .
the splendid crop of last year and is Lum Bass. The first 'car was THIRD LIBERTY LOAN BONDS more sacrificial'' subscriptions are ne- officially notified of the location of at law of Florida and the time had /"fl
r averaging 70 per cent of number ones. loaded with'!barrels and bushel crates cessary. Every' man, woman and least. av*email. training s.camp pear comewhen:we, are called upon to,do
\. The price received by the growers and the second with sacks. When the child who is able to do ke la urged by Kisaimmc. better. '
( cash f. o. b. Kissimmee, bas been $d return are in it will be evident Kissimmee, Fla., Apr. 18, 1918. our government'buy'bonds to the Some color was given" to this report He referred to the hop entertainedby I
per barrel for number ones and twos whether shipment in sacks affects the Editor Valley.Gazette, City. ? full extent of his or her ability.A when Dr..A. C. Hamblin, of the State the people of Kissimme that an
(. straight. While this is slightly below price. Dear Sir: A* you\ are aware crisis in the war seems, to be on. Board of. Health spent- several day aviation camp be located on thAt .
L the price prevailing last season There will be a steady increase in campaign for the} sale of Third Lib- Many of those who'cannot fight-can inKissirgmee-onbis] regular .rounds shores of Lake Tohopekalira and" ; ,
when the shortage of the po tb.C1'OP potato shipment from now on erty Loan bonds began on April 6/th buy bonds, especially as Ute terms of this week, looking-into the sanitary poke of the absolute) necessity a
p was acute it is generally satisfactory. though the main crop will not move and i is to close May 4th. Osceola payment have been made,so ...y. condition her and advising.with the cam to pass. The government' he
.Most of the *.pud* shipped this till .after the first of May. county has been 'requested to sell The reputation of-O.ceola! week were from Sheriff L. H. In- Labor has been plenty thus far and bonds to the amount of117,800,'as at stake. Unless everyone doe -fait way-to go. about a clean-up campaign men may contract typhoid or malaria
I ;.., pram's( twenty-acre field just west should the grower experience any this i* the quota that has been' ftxed duty we are liable to,fall 'far* behindour that 'would conform with the whom it ha..made such an effort. to. "
.J of the city and were well matured. difficulty in securing help it is said by the Federal Reserve Bank for .this quota of Liberty; Bond subscription government's ideas, along'this line. train ,for service. : .
Mr.*Ingram has about fifty acre*.yet some arrangement will 4ie made to release district. .' *. Surely; that doe*'.not ,indicateany Dr; Hamblin's work Is ostensibly for 1 Dr.! Hamblln recommended the appointment .
to dig. a number of the high school pupils Strong committees have been at lack of p'atrlotlsrt; but it 'will be the purpose of looking to the welfare of one of Kissimee's best \ ,
Llghtsey, of the firm of for a portion of each day Even bond construed., Let us not fail,.let'us
Henry work on this proposition so of the people here, bat the people are physicians 'as official health officer, '', I
r. Lightsey &: Anderson, who ,handled the Kisilmmee women may be count- throughout the county. I regret to make a united cooperative effort'and generahopefu that, Uncle Sam then urged every citizen to cooperateIn
the crop, stated that the field aver- ed on, so'they say, in event the. lack advise that the subscriptions so far subscribe for 'OUI'/entire' quota: be may need the city"'in ,his work of this campaign for better, health.
t w aged about 52 barrel to the acre of help' should threaten any loss to have fallen far short of the quota assigned tween'now and May 4th. training;,men for service His talk was directed chiefly against
which is a fine average yield. the.crop. UK. They ,will not up to the Very respectfully, Dr Hamblin' confd; ; with the file and mosquitoes but he gave a
1, time exceed 25 cent. If C. A. CARSON,
I present per other officials number of valuable
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, .*; KISSIMMEE LEADS THIS saver in the thrift army. 100.00 we are to subscribe our full{ quota Chairman of Osceola County.. Tuesday night at tho cityhall the bettering sanitary condition
'. WEEK IN W. S. S. SALES will be given to the school making the .. T and.. number of prominent citizen. .of Kissimmee. \,
''" largest sales per capita-I wish Os were-prevent to.hear the suggestionshe Mayor Cadel assured the speaker of
Kissimmee ceola would win both prizes. POTATO AND WHEATLESS: $ WEEK;: had to make.Dr.Hamblin the support of the state authorities in
:.. Fla., April 17, 1918. D. G. WAGNER, said he was herein-thisbetter.anltary movement and
The "Thrift1' army is mobilizing in .Chairman Osceola County Taking the hope that every 'person i in1 the the interest of better health and suggested f aid that everything possible would be
every !community in the county, and c Florida wilt, behind'.this that immediate and done to
War Savings, Committee. of wheat flour, -of get an energetic carry out the suggestions'he
wfll go over the top at the close of and will refrain from be waged to extermi- had *
food any campaign
\ the 1918 drive In pecember. If you -ttmy L4bHy Read*- has federal set aside of wheat flour during the nate the flies and mosquitoes' throughout made.B.: .,. Liberty 11...._ ..

have ,not yet enlisted,do so at once. WEEKLY REPORT OF'.A. a "potato- mentioned, and,will also pldege the,length and breadtN%,f the city. NOTICE. AMERICANS!
as
I. All you need to begin with is a card THRIFT STAMP SALE:; week." to use potatoes at every Tho houso-fly he said was the most ,
with one or more stamps pasted on The ... during that week in 'place pf serials menace to health we have, a* Any person, having knowledge .'
it, and then drill daily to become an \ / the spreading of any German propaganda .
Makinson Co.------____... 10 campaign have wheat flour they have Strieker it was the carrier of typhoid germs.
i expert in the thrift habit and buy ; or any disloyal words or acts
1. more stamps-each one will increase A. S. Gilbert __________________ 8 gratifying, and their menu. There was just one way to extermi- by any person or-persons will aid
desire to help win the war. Story Store ,...*____________,___ 6 but what the must win this war, and our nate the flies, he said, and that was their government and civilization by
\.' your Sales by the different postofflces to Osceola Hardware Co. ?,.._____ 24 measure Up to denial at the present time will not to quit feeding them-in other words, dropping a line, giving full particulars -
I aid in winning it, but will insure to clean the city. Open stables
II. C. Stanford IB- pation. In up
date are AS follows; ----------------- No matter how trivial it
:( M. Kati..._______._____________ 81 Mr. Beacham greater supply of wheat. flour' f Jn, presented the most favorable pl.cofor' may seem, and they have our assurance ;
", Kissimmee----------p6970.01. R. M. Evans ______.____ 520 lowing .tate future. the depositing of eggs and the i
"c; ...r St. Cloud __________-__ 6856.49 ; ,------- "Florida his is !a little thing we are'asking hatching of young flies and he suggested that no names of Informantswill
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.'{ Deer Park ____;;_______ 168.83 This.makes 1219 sold by Prof. Evans -; the nation in compared with what we' are that the city official look into ever be divulged to anyonej./
Kissimmee Park _______ 129.96 to date. Most of the school children -' facing."I soldiers to give, and no this matter at once. PATRIOTIC LEAGUE,
Narcoossee: ..___ _____. 85.54 have made purchases: but,some : will week" and to I this who our has the interest of their : He spoke at length on the mosquitopest Box 425, Kissimmee. Fla.
Kenansville ...__ _,____ 25.84 who have not bought apy are seen' support rally, the at heart will for a moment which must be held responsible ....:.-a.rREAD Liberty 11..._
I Lokosee .... .... ....., .00. buylpgIce'cream cones right along. I sound in endorsing this plan,' and for any malaria existing in any community -
Among the young people: who are will be given tv"I to make it successful, The,first step he said was THE PATRIOTIC MESSAGES
Total .__._._..._____ 1423 .67 : ,
displaying genuine patriotism!is Miss I not surpassed u. put Florida In the lead to clean out the drainage ditches FROM KISSIMMEE
Increase irt sales since' last report: Alpha westfall, who has Invested Union. all(stateof'th*' Union/! 'Let throughout the: city, 'and :wherever MERCHANTS IN THIS.ISSUE
Kissimmee |278.75; St. Cloud ,;71.90; more .than ,$sb a in War .Sayings I ''I want to. the;authorities 'at,Wash-i possible to''cover such ditches. .He ." '
.Deer Park $39.85; .Kissimmee Park Stamps. I child in that the patriotism wJ.\.Jiav poke of the necessity of ,oiling all ,.. II.F U"rtF ......
U l1 '$25.60; total 416.00. Very good, but Watch the children who take a lively Ing'themselves'' i. Hot lacking anytime carriers of water where it'was possl-i NO-BAND CONCERT TONIGHT
1.U ,let's do better.: ,, ."'... _. interest in, these,stsmps..,They will April 29 to a call for our patriotic effort is ble for any moisture to collect. and .On account ,of the "At'J)Rome'' at
M y f $200.00 as prize has been offered show'themselves. to be patriot whenthey lag a part in of keeping in the storm sewers the Osceola High school Friday night, t
by the Hon. J..W. Archibald ef Jack .get to.be men and wom"n. too highly (Signed He'advised the trimming of the palms which wovld cause the absence of a>
r onville; to be competed for by school Fellow citizens, coins! ? across and a great effect T 1." OIVi'BEACH31Df'y ,f7 systematic*.clean-ttp "In ,'event-this humber of th*'band'boys, there will .
throughout the state in selling War help 11* push' this most importantwork. elusion of the "Federal. Food AdministratorJVFlorida" in the Broadway-parka a* their present be no street: codeert'on that'evening.
: Stamp and enlisting new W. B.. 'Wltherspoon.. chairman. condition afforded a splendid ,Sunday afternoon concert a* usuaL '
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r FANSLER GROWS THIRTY Words, From- .Honk', /n

.Statement That-Msy .tlnnatJ.t {

VARIETIES OF VEGETAHL'SIf Testimony Citizen.of KUulmmee

When a Klssimmeo citizen comes to '
the front, tellinghis friends and ,.
neighbors of his experience, you can "'.
-- rely on his ainoerity. The statements :*Ii'',L Lof
anyone entertains a doubt as to needless to say there is corn growing people residing in far away places tt
whether truck can be profitably raised between. the alternate rows as a fol. do not command your confidence. :'
i/ T for commercial! purposes in this sec low-up crop to take up any fertilizerleft IJome endorsement fs the kind that *"M
tion it would be well worth their! whileto in the soil when the potato cropis backs Doan's Kidney Pills Such tell j;'
7 visit the well known Pansier farm harvested. He 1s growing Shalluor timony is convincing: Investigation
1 Y just west and south of Kissimmee, ,on Egyptian wheat and rice for chicken proves it true. Below 4s a otatement y J'J'of '
the Dixie Highway!, 'where nearly feed, and is trying his band at a Kissimmee resident. No stronger ''i
thirty varieties of vegetables alone growing broom corn.: This he expects proof of merit can be had. :.
have been (grown this season. to sell at near-by towns where broom ._.W. A. Joiner supt. Electric Light .
Jf Mr. and Mrs. Funnier own a twen- factories have boon established. Co:. 201 S. Orlando Ave., says: '," I doa .
ty-nine acre farm or two farms, rather .When the Fansler family moved on' great deal of stooping: and this
tnii have nearly twenty acres un- this farm lost ''October there was along weakened tny kidneys and brought on
der cultivation., The home place was shed 100x20 feet with a small kidney trouble. At times my back
formerly known as the "chicken building at each end. Tbis was converted ,] was very painful and when I went to ,
, ::11 farm." There are twenty-two ''acresin into a frame where cucumbers get out of a chair I had to press my
this piece, twelve acres growingtruck could be grown under half shade. As hands oh my knees. My kidneys act'
in every available inch for the high as fifteen cents each was receive ed irregularly, too. I''alwaysused
Kanslcrs are enthusiastic:: believersin ed for the first fruit from these vines. Doan's Kidney Pills nt these times
t Y Y J'a : intensive farming, and idleness Later tomato plants were set here and they promptly rid me of the back 'I
Beemsi! to be an unknown quantity and will now reach almost to the roof ache,' regulated 'my kidneys and put
there. It sounds like a fairy story to of the frame and are full of tomatoes me in fine shape. 1 gladly endorse
T. tell of three, four end even five crops in every stage of growth.: As soon as this remedy"' .
grown'on one lot of land in one year the cucumbers are entirely' gone summer Price GOc at all dealers. Don&:
but one need only visit this farm to lettuce will take their place simply ask for a kidney remedy) -get
witness the process in actual .opera along with the tomatoes. Doan Kidney Pills-the same that
aMAw.. tion. lie grows turnips, parsnips, carrots, Mr ,Joiner had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Strawberries Favorite Crop. endive, radishes; swiss chard English Mfgrs., Buffalo. N. Y. '
fi f Mr. Fanslcr's favorite crop, one peas sweet potatoes, romaine, okra, I i liny Liberty ......-_;:.
,, i that can be depended upon to bringin spinach, mustard, collards mangel '
LEMONS WHITEN AND'BEAUTIFY
a comfortable return, come what beets and garden lemons. Everythingseems
nI1: : may, in the way of weather conditions to thrive well here though the THE SKIN
is the strawberry and that is demand for a number of these vege-
- Give Your Little Ones given right of way in the full, and tables is not sufficient to warrant Make this beauty lotion cheaply for
lettuce Is planted between the rowson their production in large'quantities. your face,neck, 'arms and hands
I the beds. Where the lettuce once Some attention is given to fruit for
grew is now growing pc-ppcrs and the family table at least and citrus At the cost of a small jar of ordinary
t } IAn Interest in the Future eggplant, and outside the berries fruit trees on this place rre in a.thriving cold cream one can prepare a
ribbon cane has been seeded which condition. fit has a few peach full qu rter pint bf the most wonderful -
I I will be made into syrup at its maturity trees, bananas, guavas persimmons[, lemon skin softncr and complexion ,
and will liberate the Fansler family and pomegranates to supplement the beautifier by squeezing the juice of
from any fear of a future sugar fine strawbenea they raise. two fresh lemons into a bottle containing
shortage. The strawberries themselves No farm! would be complete without three ounces of Orchard
$ They are your hold on the future, hands bonds of their government. are not a thing of the past and its chickens and Mrs. Fansler is White. Care should be taken.to strain
were white with bloom l this week in charge of the poultry department. the juice through a fine cloth so no
and America is fighting to make their They will be for them inspiring evi when a representative of this paper She favors the silver laced Wyandotsand lemon pulp gets in, then this lotion
visited the place. There has been a says they are 'good layers. will keep fresh for months. Every
future safe. They are too little to dence that their fathers planned sacrificed lull in the strawberry crop and the When Mr, Fansler) was asked how woman knows that lemon juice is
price has advanced perceptibly. The much could be raised on an acre' of used to bleach and remove such blem.
realize this now-but some clay must and invested for their sonslearn berries were just; preparing for another land farmed according to this system i ishes tu freckles sallowncsa and tan;
and will be in he and is the ideal skin softener, white
drive, however, on replied, "I kept an accurate account -
to reverence the traditions ofAmerica future. Liberty Bonds will I mean full force during April and probably of the amount of jnoney received ner and purifier.
May, and will bring better returns from the year's crops on one acre Just try itl! Get three ounces of
the ideals of America thegreat more to them than money. They than'the earlier fruit. As soon as last year and the total reached $1300, orchard white at any drug store and
the season is over the plants will be though it must be remembered that i two lemons from the grocer and r.i9f
for which the men'of will I make them proud of the fathers plowed up and the field will mature its ,was. under favorable conditions." up a quarter pint of this sweetly frag-
f ;; cause lemon lotion and it
rant daily
and in massage
I other vegetables cane crop What has been accomplished by Mr. .
'i their fathers day their lives. who in America day of great need their order. Pansier with the help of his wife and into the face neck arms and hands.. "
gave Supplies OrlandoMr. It is marvelous to smoo'hen rough
Children is
an inspiration to all who
themselves AmericanBe
proved true Fansler' grows thee vegetablesfor are familntr with this farm. red hands.

; ready then to in their patriots. the local market and runs a motor week Whenever You Need a General Tonic
.. put truck: to Orlando three times a ATLANTIC HOTEL Take drove'
I .. so thirty varieties are none too many Jacksonville .
- Florida The Old Standard Grove' Tasteless'
for his customers. <
The home farm is quite low, the CL.O4H! TO KtKltlTIIINU chill Tonic is equally valuable a* a "
: / half is low pine land and the ('or. liar ..d. H.a.w. 1 niwfc. from General Tonic because it contains the
upper ..
> Invest in Liberty Bonds for Your Little Ones lower portion was once the bottom of o.tIRIc. well known tonic properties of QUININE
Hot at cold running water In every
and IRON. It acts on the Liver,Drives
is little need of irrigation
a pond, so there room All outside and screened Room
I though a fine flowing well will add bath ..,uu t') "60.. 2 people II.6u out !Malaria Enriches the Blood' and
to $2.50.' K! Frank Pearce, Prop. Builds up the Whole System. 6X1 cents.
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... THIS SPACE PAID FOR AND CONTRIBUTED By.. . supply is desired the necessary and the place moisture slopes when in it ,-- -- - -, ---- - ---'-- .- -
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such a manner that water is obtainable
I at every portion. The principal .
v 1 Dollar Limit StoreCari' danger to the crops is from an excess
I. of moisture and it is noticable that U
everything is planted on beds, making
a complete drainage!: system. In a
r -- dry times these ditches furnish the How Do Your
means of irrigation The adjoiningseven
I acre tract which is farmed with
hired help is lower yet and is in the
.' .1 'J nature of muck land.
/ ", : Thirteenth,Month.Refering ., Sacrifices Compare
Rest the
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\ i\l\ ," crops, Mr. Fansler said we never plan
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t ', : Malfean : unless it is during the "thirteenth ,.; \, ' "
.I. ou 'T month of the year." The fact of'the -If" WithThese' _
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matter is when you allow the land to .
rest,the crab grass and weeds cone-
sume any fertilizer it may contain
Omelet and it would be impossible to keep

I Withs this amount of land in cultivation American boy who goes to war j
with the help I employ if we ever allowed'them THE
t to start. As it is, a man the position which means 1 Iso
s on the home place and a man and his up
fi out Breaking Eggs wife on the other farm is all tho helpI much to his future or the little
i have had to hire, in addition to what
Mrs. Fansler does-a man' work in business which has just begun to show
after the
the field-besides looking
house and keeping the girls< in school, promise of success. I
,If'..., and much of the success of this farm
ii, due to her effort. The children helpme
.o He severs home ties gives home comforts i
lots, too, they are aLl good work ; up :
.. TO win the war it is unavoidable' \ ., ere."Many leaves behind parents friends, wife or sweetheart. :
of. the growingon
crops now

t the rights of the individual .' \ August our farm and will long not before mature that till time Julyor He face the probability of being obliged to .

be infringed. .It is unavoidable l that ,, in fact, as early as June and July I take up life anew when he returns; of losing all '
will be planting out the seed beds for
4; ': his personal l comfort be. temporarily ,1'( the fall crop." _the advantages which Jean of hard work have
It was noticeable that vegetablesgrowing I
f"L-
,! ignored his personal) property tern } ,- on this farm are seen in every won :-
.. stage of development, from those
.. porarily conscripted his personal .. t j just breaking through.the ground to He faces: the possibility of'conling back in i
.
: the nearly matured fruit. When asked for "
capacitated earning living and of
a being .
how mush: commercial fertilizer
... ', fortunes, temporarily impaired. ,;;fy: ; Mr. Fansler used per acre on his land dependent upon his friends or upon charity.He .
to produce this conlltant'growth, lie ", ....

: i We Mast Make Haste acres replied during, "About.,: the ten year tons and to I supple-the 19- faces the possibility of never coming i;

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-.-- ment this with a compost. We collect home at alLFacing ,
: all the waste matter on the place, ...

: We Must Strike Hard even by the old wagon corn stalks load,,etc.I haul, and oak build leaves upa these things he goes to France to

: t i ; keep pile moist that to we ensure cover its filth.decomposi'straw to fight for us who remain safely at home-and

tion. By fall we have* about 200 when the moment comes for him to over

f. ,. r .: f) There is no time to weigh too carefully v loads lie to has haul five out acres on the of tomatoes land. .all the top-he GOES! go

'. ': the questions of individual the way from young plants to a patch
.
{ .1
: \ .. literally loaded with fine fruit 'just .4What-. .

;', ",;,'" '., .. equity. The big job the ones''job is to I and ripening.rows of These popcorn plant have are been stakeri planted will he think, how will he

win the war. There Wl.11. be plenty of -* -.. He'alongside.grew four acres of cabbajte.this! feel, if we complain because we a

'. time to talk about it and adjust year and experimented with the red are asked to make a few sacrifices *
ball cabbage for
purposes. for him
l rickling. -sacrifices
so insig.
% He has a beautiful this variety .
grievances afterward. just ready for shipment The nificant.when compared with his?
,
Fansler farm grows quantities of
All arguments aside,we've got one big job onjat the moment=td beans the ordinary variety, alternated J
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with rows of limas and later pole Show him that to invest in Liberty 4.
beans and navy, beans will be planted.
Invest in ',. "There is more money in beets than Bonds is not a SACRIFICE 41
any other bunch crop" was Mr. Fans but PRIVILEGE-an :.
a .
ler1 comment as be passed that part appreti' : 1 1.J
of his farm. CIa On of his sacrifice! .JC. ,1'
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Some celery was grown this season r
:, : but not so profitably as other crops ,
., ,. I for much of the ground was new. ,1 \
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<-In common 'with most growers Mr. And' When
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Faraler believe in potatoes and ha You BuJ-.8uyt
about six acre fa both farm There ,
.m' 4' Spice 'Paid. for..and Co.>atrlbutcd'br .' ': U a three-acre field that i* especially ;il
w; 1" 'I 1' '
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. .. promising though only 45 day '
.'t. : ;' J I old the This "- '' '
plants almost meet across the Spew Paid For and Contributed By
three foot row and'are setting full :-.- !J l
W. B. MAKIISON1rCOMPAN'Ek'I : of tubers. _Though' they have not '
reached the blooming! Mage tibeT ginprofnles I RED
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f : Stamp. When you .have sixteen ,
MINUTE 'MEN" OF
"FOUR
,. Thrift Stamps, bring about fifteen

7 LOCAL SCHOOL WIN PRIZE cents Stamp.and', you got a' War Savings Le.ndFi'irn Han

..' a "It War, pays to .save, for after you get a
Saving's Stamp you The "Four Minute Men" of the Kis- phone, so that you may get the' best four per cent. interest. Five years
i immee city'" schools who were pro- meats and vegetables obtainable for from now, for 4.15 you will get $5.
. \ :nounced winners in the recent oratorical your money. the You.mifrht not have anything 1 left but
"There are as many ways to hinder card with the Thrift Stamp or
contest and certificate -
were given a
War
I. :'. at that time, competed for a this war aa there aro ways to help. Savings Stamp on it five years rI
Every !glass of beer that is consumed from now. Then you will be gird you \ ,
prize Friday in the high school audi
AU the and' invested in. War Savings
r.t r.\ torium before the members of the helps Germany. sugar Thrift Stamps. Stamps or I /
what is
fats we use beyond necessary
school the
high faculty and a numberor "This
it the safest v
., interested citizens. l jl! I for us is ;robbing our allies for they way to save for
.. Louise Refrero was awarded the I{need a great deal of this substanceto the banks may go broke, but our Gov-
ernment
never will.
strength.Il You
first prize, a War Savings Stamp offered help them in the get about .
same interest
the Gazette "Our men at home can be just as on War Savings .. fj
by receive the- patriotic as our :boys at the front if Stamps as you do in the banks. Af %
; Joseph Sears what ter December 31, 1918,
. second prize, $200 worth of Thrift they only try. They can give you cannot
'
buy
to this cause, any more War Savings y
money they can spare Stamps
Stamps, and Elsie Welch the third
1, prize, $1.00 worth of Thrift Stamps, and they can give a great deal more or get Thrift them:Stamps,. Now iq.! the time. to iq
than they are now doing by denying .
second and third prize donated by D.; .
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G. Wagner, chairman for the Thrift themselves ,so many luxuries. : JANET GRAVESEva
"When wd get up from the table, :7 !
Stamp movement for this county. r-A"P"1aYJWA
,,, The speeches printed below are.original i if we feel like we could eat one biscuit Tucker-Grade 7 A. 1
ones and reflect great credit up- more, we can console ourselves "We need something besides millions -
on the young orators and upon. teach- with the thought that" we are helpingto of dollars. We need true loyal ___
1 ers' who are moulding the thought as whip the Kaiser. Americans, who are willing to do =aqit
well as the expression of thought of their bit to help win this war. This
",!A:;'the' young people.. Janet Graves Grade 6 A is not an individual war; this is not a
'Third Prize-Elsie Welch, Grade I 5 B. "The Government wnnls our help soldiers' war. This is every Ameri-
"What} I would do with, 19 billion We can'help Jf ,we want to. >If 'you can's war, and every American should
'" \ 'dollars would be to give a portion to want to help you must invest in War be involved in the war. By being involved -
tl e prohibition cause. When we give Savings Stamps or Thrift Stamps.. in the war doesn't mean that ,
to this,cause, we are helping ,win The Government' wants money for you have to be in the army or navy.
the war, and are helping to,. make ,,the boys in the trenches over in You can''stay at home' and raise food
N many homes happy that are now miserable France. The boys must have food, for the soldiers and therefore be a
and a portion\would po to the clothing, arms and ammunition. The soldier at home, or else buy Libeirtf
or Red Cross. Last but not lerst a Government, also, wants money forth Bonds or Thrift Stamps. We must
goodly portion to spread the gospel of little French children. Uncle also have money for supplies. Our
Jesus Christ, for if\, God had been Sam j needs nineteen billion dollars soldiers who are fighting for us need
,\ more in the hearts of all nations a this year. You must help him get I supplies to carry on the war. Soldiers
tia ill.
few years ago, possibly this war that much money.. You can do jt if need guns clothing\ ; trucks ammunition
ft" would not havo existed. We can all you want to. One Thrift Stamp or and lots of other supplies. If
ion help to save this money, no matter War Savings Stamp will help. Won't we do not have money for these things *
ll
of how small we are. We children can you please help? how can we supply them? If our z '
on- help by not eating so much candy, "It is easy to save. If we think of country is worth fighting for, it is ; : 1//
.ird ice cream and the luxury of going to the brave American I boys risking their also worth saving for. ) & %? /sJt %
ain the picture shows so often, and buy very lives for us, certainly ,we will "We aro going1 to spend nineteen
noon Thrift Stamps with this money not be heartless ns to not eyen buya billion dollars on war this year. half
"Oujxmother'B: can .help by saving Thrift Stamp to help them out. If our normal national income on war. .
ery In the cooking and household expenRes. ever you get a dime, a nickel, or even Realize what has been done with \
is I A good way to do this fa to pur- a penny, save it and pretty soon you twenty-six billion dollars. The car-
emtan- chase: your food in person! and not by will have enough -to buy a Thrift rying on of all the wars the United ;
States has been involved in; the cost
utc- of the Panama canal,? oon., ...._."..
buildings, post offices,' ndh niMmt.cost
, of of the capitol of each State in the
and Shake Off That Union. The Government has provid
.1." GripWhen ed several ways by which we can lend
'rag- our money, ibuy Thrift Stamps and
daily Liberty Bonds.. To who shall the
ands.ugh. Spring comes, with its.changeable.weather Government turn other than ito own

) ,. and your exposure, it is best to clear. away all the materiel.people? We Think must of save labor and
the
- symptoms left ,after an attack of grip. That evil takes for soldiers' sweaters material, mufflers i it

Tonic disease leaves you weakened, and when its victim and scarfs. Think of the material i it I
takes .
,tetelsR .. attempts to "do his bit" he eXposes himself to the risk of a second bit in for the those Red Cross who are Work.doing their -

a attack for which. he la less prepared,and which may have graver can be saved by those who work Labor' i in
'
'
1' the consequences. breweries working in ammunition :
NINRDrin. plants, and by people working all' y
There's they can. It has always been said 'iwe Hundred Thousand
aDd Danger in
,4 Delay that the people of the U. S. are the .

I.-centl.: April and May are pneumonia months. In this time a weakened It most is up extravagant to us to defy people this in statement.the world. *American Soldiers in France <.JJ jj jjg i

system is a constant source of danger, for the pneumoniaand Children can save lots by doing with-
grip Infections are'in the air, and after a long winter the' out candy, ice. cream and chewin
body is BO clogged with waste it cannot resist them. Fortify gum'one day out of the week. The r
I II It V the health the average child .in America spends
remove catarrh, and Improve the digestion. twenty-five cents a week foolishly

For Quick With twenty-five cents you can buy
a Thrift .;t
PERUNA Stamp. Our boys are calling ))-
Relief, to us from over thousands of (
miles of I
'5 This reliable tonic is recommended to remove the waste these calls water.go unheeded Are we?going No. to We let whole I world.? ,If;,wc:are.'not(: ,:to prolong!! the slaughter and thc'suffenn' !! 1

from the.body counteract the catarrhal poisons and allay the are going to do all in our power to we ar not to risk dcfeat or ansinconclusive peace c Tmust1 t"f quic{ y'wcmust4put .
s.
help win the ; ,
inflammation .
I that is catarrh, restore the regular appetite and war, ,, ' t' fE
'
, tone up the entire system to resist disease. A well man is safe. ,..'. ..,?.\., ,.',..,'1 fa''//"t''."'..,"'_."j-. -, VAjTUCKEBtMargaret : O.cUl.*ourpevcry effort now. '

As a tonlo after grip It has won many commendations,while its effect- .Laslejr_:.-Grade 8 B.

iveness Peruna.la catarrhal conditionals unquestioned. Take no ebancee-Take I. the"This minds question of our often American comes men tip and in The army is doing its part. Five hundred

frma TakUl or* a/mgy..aJj. to fa&. Yam may tarry tarMftA women, 'Is victory certain?' Yes
yam and ward off cold and dirt The 'liquid! atmdieim lit '..r victory is positively certain because, I thousand American soldiers are in France today. There wilD '
horn if a great .af r.ard Protect roar family. we have.thO men and the .
money. We And the after. We send a'
have not only the but be more tomorrow. more day are going to ]

.r n. Parana Company' ,C......b..,, Ohio them"But in the right place.mcn we have army large enough so that when we strike with our Allies, we can driv .

i3 be more we garden.must save.products There raised should for the German hordes back'across the Rhine-so that we can win the decisiw .

Ie can the',people send those hero that at home are not to eat perishable, eo we VICTORY that will make American freedom safe, and establish a jus ji

such as wheat and sugar to the boys and. lasting peace. \ I I
at the
w front, for if our soldiers don't .
have.food and clothing, the victory is j
I II I not ours But t.he"whole nation must take
Ouij
I, "And then another thing. We must ? part. .
do all we can to '
ts; ,.. Florida and all over convince the our country men of to armies in France are looking to us to furnish them' in even '

tft. in vote for prohibition. The breweries abundance the ordnance the munitions the supplies that will 1
our large cities are using millions greater '

to :' to of send bushels to of our wheat boys.to. make This affects liquor make their VICTORY possible. We must not fail them. *
I
all their minds as well as their bodies so
,
,they are unfit for military service. ," ,

ave "The Red Cross and the Y. M. C. A. s.........ss...a....................ue........r..s.saxa.--e sa -
and Y. W., C. A. are doing a great 1 ... ,
work; but: we can do our bit by saving I r ,
.
in - ment every offers cent that us a we fine can.investment The Govern If we II :. The Third Liberty Loan is our share in j' ', ',

ningaing / put Stamps our. money This is into not only War helping Savings the : the winning: x>f this war. Upon it depends ; .r. -:, ".- :-" .-

B6a1rJr us.Government It is nothing, but it but brings our interest patriotic to E the safety and success of five hundred = '
duty to invest in these Stamps. ,
"People didn't use to thing much '. G= thousand American soldiers in France. : '
I' PATH about the 'Little Red Penny,' as the .
expression is, but today it is very val. : ;\ .
to I uable. ...... .............................................a.s.s..s.
e : TO) "Dollars
are all right In their
-andover but it i i8'' going to be the Little Reel '

KTOIYOpp Penny that is going to win. this l war

P ym for"But Democracy we must save every penny Lend Him a Hand "
that
we possibly "
can, for the people .
M over the sea are hoping and : "J
BONDS praying ,
riBERTY and soon will be fighting for ',

V., L pave the way to and ernment. by the of people.the people" for the people a gov-, Buy All the Bonds You, Can. '

.
1 VICTORY in war, an MARGARET LASLKY I

early complete triumphant Christine May-Grid* 4 B. .
This Space. Paid for and Contributed by ,
"America is at war. When I
,. VICTORY. If we are to win America is at war, that means' say the ,

the abroad we must first country we live in Is at war. We must 4
war
.1 save a large amount of money Who Citizens Bank of Kissimmee
4r learn to spend wisely, to abandon needs this money? America needs ,

J this money tq help win the war. I .04 'O'" ', .. ,-- _. ... ,.
f' and invest dollar we mast *' ua '- '
Juxury, every help saw money;y< "help
4c t save money. I can help by buying .000.000000.00..0000.0..00.0.00..00000.00000000.. .. &
1 p&sibly can in the bonds which provide Thrift Stamp and War Savings I

Stamps. We must have money to buy NEW WINDLE x
the materials and equipment without guns, food, aeroplanes, ammunitions i Stout Lumber Co.

n | which the War cannot be won. clothing"Our soldiers and shoes-must be taken care HOTEL .' 'UOCCSaORS TO-MAY-arOUT:LVMMft CO. t

of If they are going to fight for m. DEALERS IN
f r; and Serve I Our allies must be taken ear of for
Save
,,, t they are lighting to help u win this Jacksonville Florida Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber. Novelty i

u.By al Buy liberty Bonds ,war."Do you want America''to.loiIe.or Cmpkto M. era, Screens I / Works In',Cotmectloti''.' ;;. "

,' .'.ThIS" Space Paid for and Contributed by".""" win Thrift T' Ifiyou Stamp. do! want Buy 'a.War to Win Savings, buy ,OotsfcU Beo_, la. heart otCity. !' 1ItitMrplcajvcUsiTcyMcstkutMaialltiacs./ fit

l Stamp, CooT .Int to.ev elJtldq.II CwrtMW Atte.ti.. t.l tnmfl De...,......: .- .

r ''I" bR'S CASH "GROCER: .flJub."Every bit of money you boy'Thrift fl* '7 Send for' bookMWIsMlU / Pbda.21( .,,,,"".' ".,,",,,i ...rJ, ......);,(....,,'J."" ... -
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FOUR, ,,: I THE KISSIMMEE ,VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1918 '.

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",' across with your dollars the Kaiser ,
:' will come across with his soldiers
'f' I. DORCEY LYBRAND,
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\" Ago 10, Grade 5, Sec. A. f

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,,: i; Louise FIRST Rcgero PRIZE, Grade 7 B.
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r Her is a dollar bill; though It is a
{ 11 Ii
piece of paper, I value it because it
belongs to "Uncle Sam" With that 'T

dollar bill you Can buy four thrift

stamps,which would help the U. S. to
win this 'war in which she is engaged.
As you know -"every thrift stam
., helps to lick the Kaiser.",
A W. S. S.. means more to you than
You are asked to spend wisely /0 buy y your money. Because you can now
buy a W,, S. S. for $4.15 and in 1923it
only the things honestly needed to mam will be worth five d llars. People IFa.Jif
it doesn't only help you save but
tarn your health and efficiency: ''Ihis ? \.f it helps "Uncle Sam" to build ships
; aeroplanes and other, war weapons
is intelligent'.,thrift. ,The Government( - r 4 that we have to have to'win this! wal
tasks Every child should be able to savt LE ? 4
it of you as a war measure : : $.05 a day. As it takes small savings 11- ::1
7/:1 ;: to make large savings. In I 5 days IK _
; has '$.25 enough to buy 1 war S.. S. ziincu !
In 20 days he has $1,00, with which !
/he could buy: 4 thrift stamps. Insteadof :::r

going to the picture shows every Upon America devolvesthesacredduty* "
ii night, save that money 'Instead of
ke'NfQft]
Bends ) j every buyingan; afl.crnoon.la ice cream, e cone,that or nickel.candy

That does not mean that you haveto of keeping alight, the' 0

( candy entirely but I stop,do mean eating that ice you Cream'can and bo torch of Liberty and.
j( A Brnde But // more economical with it.
Will you help win the war by aid upholding justice and

/ ing our government now?
democracy
Our government needs the aid of throughout

; -% every man, woman and child. If you the world. Let
j A ]lBllessiiJrng \ 4 h I!, do your part the government will do '
J": all in! its power to help win the war us not falter or count
for you. If you can not go to the
Ik- front and fight, you can be patriotic the cost, for in the
enough to help at home. If
you can-
Thrift the not raise vegetables pn a" farm you freedom of the world
requires ;
ex- -. can buy thrift and W. S.: S. When lies ,
I you buy a thrift stamp at the post. our only safety I II I
ercise of restraint and self-denial office (or wherever you may buy it) and the preservationof I
they will give you a card. Paste the
qualities without which you cannot achieve the success in stamp in square No. 1 and so on until our American lib
'you have 16 stamps on the card, then
life which it is ambition achieve take it to the postofTice (and by afld- erties and institutions,
and for
your to the lack of 'ing a few cents extra) they will give

I you in exchange a U. S. W. S. S.,
; which you are likely to suffer in later years. which is worth I 5 dollars. Are you Ir
{ going to be a slacker? )Do ;you think
Let
more of your money than you do of Us Invest

4 The money you acquire by thrift you are asked to I your front boys for )'ou'which? Money: are fighting can't fight at the for To the Limit in

loan-not give-to your country. It will, come back I I ;you, but it takes big, strong fighting,I
I men to win. I IJow'do you suppose 'we Bonds
to you when you may need it far more than you I aie going to support these men besides Liberty

do now, and you. will, be paid interest for its use. '''our allies our own Help boys our we government have to feed now I I

v 1 by buying thrift and W. S. Stamps.! ,
r.lJl'hJ IU:(nB". I This Space Paid 'For and

This war is a frightful thing, but it may prove of inestimable :SECOND= PRIZE I.| Contributed By


benefit to you, if it a teaches you the. good habit' of thrift. Joseph Outline/ ; Soars Xo.' ,9V.Grade; S.8 S.A. Waters & Carson Grocery Co. .


Your Bonds minister.David! : 01 Lloyd. E.ngian.u Jeroge, stated, the. prime or! -- - ----- --.--.-.--.--. Jj J
Help Country and Yourself by Investing in Liberty I \ in one I ; JJ j
J his celebrated speeches before the | save and invest ; money in War girl in school. The rest of the chil-
[ English parliament that "extrava Saving Stamps, and third we must dren know their lessons! but the clacker 1
gance costs blood." We American''' have red-blooded Americans the others. The slacker dollar
THIS true, to drags 1t
SPACE PAID FOR AND CONTRIBUTED BY I have been
people rightly accused of fight for us. does the same way. I know you
being extravagant, but at last has Our government has ''promised, if do not want a slacker dollar, but some tt tt
awakened to the fact that extravagance every person ,does his bit and lends have a slacker dollar I know. ,
,, must be abolished in order to his money to the government, that the A traitor dollar is an ally to the t
k et win this war. Now I ask the ques cry of victory ,will ring through the enemy, it helps our. enemy, it buys. r
1: tXj"'i-Mar tion: "In! what way may it be abol- mountains and valley of 'our' nation, material that our soldiers ne... A. a

'. gflaMi ished? and peace on earth, good will .to men, traitor dollar: is worse than a slacker. b-
tt ; 'i lAr US l"irstl!! by,the conservation ,ol food, shall reign.once more. : patriot dollar helps our country.It 'It.
f I!ntthj conservation 4of}f(food.KthejfirstIningjQurlgovernmenUhaditotdorwas ." .,'.' "} 1 I' "' JOSEPH !: . buys Thrift Stamps and War Saving -
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; FOUR MINUTE MEN I er dollar It Will draw nterest satas help car y on the war ,5atHotrdol 1 ,' I,W.7iI.j\.l"l I.. ,;"" 1. '">I'f"f''" ?'"' ":"' SEARS,,, ", , '" : Stamps.,. It is not an enemy to(
I well aiTwhen' 'wrs in"'thetbank''''larjl Ufol<]ollarm hatp buya_Thrift totappointgamanofjabilityfa8foodadministratorMIVAfterf| | I Vivian 7\L"\ "' > jFloyd' : : Grade,4'A d" ' }i"We \ our country, You cannot fight yourself 'b..
OF SCHOOL WIN PRIZEContinued and it Is needed by Uncle Sam to Stampcl ,:That"buys'*War.!Savings careful M research j *! .workfbysaving \' :uputfiJurJnickels' !butt your' dollar can help win the .
help win tho war. Stamps! Have you a patriot dollar? I Herbert' Hoover was appointedto can to. war.tyS:Whi h'kind,of a dollar do you S.e.
: ( fromjmije J) this office. Hoover's first day by day and buying Thrift '
flour than I If you have not one, get to work and I act was want.? '
"A dollar that buys more
Stamps and War Savings Stamps need is traitor dollar. A dollar earn one. It takes patriot dollars to':. I II to, set aside certain days in the weekas Stamps and War Saving Stamps. Our VIVIAN, FLOYD. hi
: with helps some soldier to do his part you a needis win this war and we must .win this I meatless and wheatless days. His nickels can work for the Governmentand
I J in winning the war. We must. help I 1 that traitor buys.. more dollar.meet A dollar than that you b I I war. I am going to help and I want purpose in doing this was to, save work for' us too. If we want to ADVERTISED LETTERS re br
A t a lys you to help, too. :. more food for our soldiers and'our al : win the war we must put not only Following is the list of uncalled for
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win."A than need is a traitor 'al!
I slacker dollar is (die dollar. more sugar you lies. Take'this' for an example: If our nickels to work but ourselves too.
an letters in 'the Kissimmee
remaining
needs ,
"The United States
'I dollar. I do not want dollars to money, brg's
I my I War cost in
o If you have a dollar in the bank that be traitor dollars. Do ? and you can help her r:.isc it. Do every family in the United ,States Saving Stamps April postoffice for the two weeks ending
? I if not doing anything but bringing you you not wait until tomorrow or next day.It would save a pound of wheat a day $4.15. Every<< month you pay a pennymore April 22, 1918: on
interest take it out and .buy Thrift I I "A patriot dollar is a dollar will be too late. In oi\e week's time there would be a I so if you.want to save a penny Granger, Mrs. Ernest; Henry, John
) Stamps. .Then it will not be aslack- l that you lend to the Government to Fhe hundred and forty' million pounds every month buy in April. In Deccni- Homes, Mrs. Eleanor; Jackson, John we qu
"Buy War Savings Stamps. will three
cents
saved. bey you pay twenty
_. Government knew that some people You Mathews, Mrs. Marie; Rogers, An on
-- The second way extravaganceshould (23c: ) will save eight cents if drew Charlie Wootley ,
could not help much, so this plan was in ; Shipman, ; then<
. be abolished is in giving up you buy April. Mrs. Nettie Young, C E.
_4 f \ yaJWJ--Lri4- made. You first begin' buying Thrift useless pleasures, saving and investing You can help win the war if you For two weeks; ending April 29)) '
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Stamps at 25c! each. You are given a in War Saving Stamps Now save and buy War Saving Stampsand Bronson, Mrs. J. W.; Barns, MOllie : aer
,. card to put them on, and when you what is a' War Saving Stamp? A Thrift Stamps. But you will not Bowden, Mrs. Nettie Cumbe
moo have gotten sixteen on the card, win the if useless ; ; 1the
you help buy
War Saving Stamp is a stamp authorized war you Mrs. Maud Curry. Mrs Annie Fo
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then, exchange it for War Savings Wear old clothes and
a
by the vote of Congress things. your .
us J. C.; Golden, Henry; Halie, A. B cat,
Stamp. In five years you are given an assurance to the people who lend save your money td help feed and Haupt, Mrs. Elizabeth ((2)); Edit
five dollars."It their money to the government: that, clothe our soldiers and at the same Independent; King, Mrs. MaggiJ ma
is without candy, ice cream and chewing interest. The purpose of these stampsto ing material' that you do not really Frank; Smith, W. 'G.; l ,, MI less stat
gum. You do not have to go to obtain money by which the war is need. Let them work to trench] Mattie; Tyson, G T; Walling, Mi Her
the picture shows. You can earn to be. carried on. Our government that our soldiers need in the Fay. ,
money to invest in Stamps by selling needs money to feed, clothe and sup- "over there." B. B. SIMPSON, gov
papers, cleaning yards, washing and ply ammunition for our boys "over Your dollars will help win the war, Postmaster] slat!
_____ _.__ sale
drying dishes, and doing errnnds for there.' A second purpose of thes and this its no idle statement. You -
win Savel! Save! will To Cure a Cold In One Day. :for
your mother and others. stamps is to teach us, the children of can one way.
jT'f "For the nation, who in days to ,come win our soldiers from the "black Ger Take" tAXATIVR BROMO Quinine. It'Mop ]last
sake ,
and country'ssake may
your your mane" Couch and Headacb and work off tbDruKBl C was
do not spend money for things be at its head, to be more Economical rrfund money II It fail la j for,
you.do not need. The Government is and patriotic. A slacker dollar drags like a boy or K. W. CKOVB'U signature on each tax. tI the

not doing this for itself-it is doing it The question is often asked "Why penshis
for: yqu. If Germany should win. this is such an" enormous amount of money I t
war you would not be a free people.You needed? Napoleon, the greatest gen- give: ,
would have to doS the Kaiser eral the world has' ever known, made t h.
said do. So if you want to keep the statement that "money is the first .olla
your liberty<< save your money and essential to success in war. The sec : ,
i buy War Saving Stamps! ond essential, by the same authority Thrift Demands MileageThe I indW
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t is
VIRGINIA LESLEY, more money, and the third essential estrligh
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is still more money.
6th B The latest official figures show that "pleasure car" is no more. War ha.j etti

:. k-1 j Dorcey L>'brand, 5-A. were.France's with total the expenses.... for one bud year.*.Af made the automobile an essential part of th .\inc:
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I Iff ; This} is your war and you must help something over billions of oa.' transportation system. Hot
or go down as slaves under the Kaiser. lars. When the United States has .
You must help by saving food, been in the war a year the cost is Buy tires on the basis of service and economyDon't ,uralI.I'te.
VICTORY'SFOUNDATION' .
paper and all materials 'possible. sure to be as much if not more. The with'
sale of War 'I be satisfied a 3500-mile adjustmenj I .ingth
1 The soldiers cannot fight without Saving Stamps has now 1
r' food, ammunition, guns, clothing! and reached a total of $15,944,000. Florida 11e they
ships. If our country had more men the land kissed by the sun. the <.
THE industry and the thrift than.it has got it could not fight without land of flowers, in which we reside, QUAKER TIRWc'! ;
f
these materials. This war is the has raised a total of $494,829. I ,
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of American farmsAmerican greatest thing that our country has would like to call attention to the fact ,.yd
ever handled. Our country has spen that Florida is far below her quota. Adjustment Mile goii
1 factories American shops '' billions of dollars but has to have bil- The quota assigned us is twenty mil 5000 on
\ lions more to win this war. We mus lion dollars, or nearly two million dol. Guaranteee nt t[sobe
American homes-the indus- save every penny, nickel, dime and lars per month.' So far the sales have The 43%'higher adjustment on Quaker.:Ti- | a J .
dollar that we can spare to lend our not amounted to a half a million dol.. yh
try and thrift of every citizenin government so that it can buy steel lard 'Are we, the people of this state, 0 4 is a dividend on the money you invest irtQuak ,01r usec
iron and clothes to make and going to drop below the
amount
guns as ,
the land-the industry and clothe our soldiers. VTJie work thr signed us. No! Is not this money Car owners tell us that their mileage cost, j I meyc'

men do and the saving of material! being raised to fight our battles I least'when they use Quakers. Reduce your,j )sa
thrift that invest in Liberty ..
, are necessary. threefore urge every citizen, every athoi tth.;
f Bonds-this is the foundation When you have saved 25 cents you child, to economize in every way ao 0o age cost, too.'I, :'. ''i!
sure can buy a thrift ataifip and when you that he or she will have more money i ban:
of American Victory. have bought sixteen or four dollars to buy War Saving Stamps. f
($4.00) "worth and with a few 'centsmore When asked for what we are fight o DISTRIBUTOR.. .
you can go ,and exchange the ing foe-we give the oft repeated reply OnenCo
as "11', mutt lick or fie Iicked"'y sixteen thrift stamps for a War Sav "We are fighting for a just and \ & Prathei I
r ing Stamp (W. S.S) and in five everlasting peace and we believethat Lupfer ,
years ;youcan, get five dollar.45.00) before a permanent peace can be hop. tamer ]
) r f" TU ,sJ..., ? J, 'A r, .M ,.aenbeeJ. Byi7ivC.iU ; for your iielp.,A country worth fighting ed for,' these conditions most be fulfilled / Kusimmee Florida t'I" ]
u for is a country 'worth saving forHare : first, we must conserve food .... tI ..
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/ ;.:,- .. you bought your thrift aUmp material that can be used b> L
"',,, "f', .'" 'I . ',-' .,:_ ...;.'..I'C. :. r "yet? .'-|"f."some- of you don't ,come the army orjnavyv Second, we.must i

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I v -good men *witj business ability. their auto to flee this.fine field of po. '
could take charge of these four in, tatoe., which is said to'be one of the i
TallahasseeWEEKLY stitutions as a subordinate board of best in Osceola county. The. report is -
Happenings
at the Board of Commissioners of StateInstitutions I certainly not without foundation, for. BID 'GOOD. BYE TO TROUBLE! "
and pot only save money though the plants have half a month i '
for the state bit improve Jhem in yot to grow, tho tubers are cracking 'Traffic Block. and "Strap
REVIEW OF. WHAT IS TAKING PLACE IN OFFICIAL every way. the ground all along the rows. Hanging"are
CIRCLES-NON- ART1SAN COMMENT. At the present 'time the Board of The soil of this potato field is el. jokes when you r
Commissioners of State Institutions, most pure muck. Nature has favored
which is composed of the governor By BRYAN MACK and all cabinet (officers., have to attend the big drainage ditch which would Ride a BicycleYou .
.to the four/ institutions in addition carry off any excess of rain and it .
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to their other work. In additionto could never' suffer from drought for. .,
Whatever might have been the sins assistance to the United States in this this board the governor and .cer- the flow from the artesian well at the the duties "
of the last legislature it must be admitted hour of national crisis. This organization tain members are on the Board of highest point in'' the field can water get through days' easily by conserving your

that the passage of the auto- is in urgent need of funds with Education, the Pardon Board and Internal the five acres, in ten hours! Mr Fox time and preserving your health. To the man or woman of
mobile license tax law will always which to carry on the work and is Improvement Board, which estimated.
!; stamp.it as one of a constructive na calling on boards of county 'commis keeps'them in session a good part of From this field we went to 224 today the Wheel is a nerve tonic and it keeps the mind and.
ture. Instead of having each county sioners, boards of trade, patriotic men their time, and, as the years 1 go by Bermuda avenue where Mr. Fox owns alert. Ride
try to collect auto licenses now this and women to advance' the. funds. the work increases. another residence and two and a half body a Bicycle.BRYAN .
I license is positively collected and the Governor Catts, in a proclamation, ; acres of land .which isalso growing
owners are paying the license! without promises to ask the legislature to reimburse mighttpentior the fact that thisis potatoes, corn and 'pumpkins. CYCLE CO.
complaint., Already more than three .those lending funds to the the season of the year when all The potatoes were planted the last
hundred and six thousand, dollars orgaM tion. This work is'vastly! im good Democrat ought; to be buying days of'January and will -be dug the 105 Broadway Kissimmee Fla. e
+ have been received in the comptrol portant and is carried on at the suggestion '. Liberty Bonds and Thrift Stamps. last of this month. It line been estimated 1
t ler's office and more 'Is coming, with) of President Wilson. Those _i i Hmr lAltrrtr Boadu-._. there 'will be in the neighborhood . T ... .. _
a i every mail. It is estimated that forty desiring to help may tend checks to CEO. W. FOX GROWS FINE .' of 1000 bushels of spuds har- _ _ d _ n ,_ _ _
d or fifty thousand'more dollars will. Dr. P. H. Rolfs. Gainesville, or to the vested from these fields, -besides a '
" come in this. year. Executive committee of the Councilof SPUDS ON''CITY BLOCK good crop of corn and pumpkins. BENJ. F. COBB' WRITES THE to know that one of the Klssimme ;
, The very best feature of the l law Is ,National .Defense, Tallahassee.. -' Mr. Fox is an attorney and came GAZETTE FROM LONG ISLAND boys is away up here on Long Island. t'
1' that 'every dollar,, of the money,Jess -- Mr. Ceo. W. Fox one of Klsslm- here from Knoxville, Tenn., where he 1 was in New York city the other day .
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" the small amount required for the While there 'is prevailing opinion mee's'prominent and progressive citizens was 'raised, and for the last 25 years Garden City, N. Y., and it sure is a sight for a Florida F
tags and clerical help, goes. toward among most, persons that:all state is trying to do his part,toward has practiced his profession while at April 10,1918.To Cracker to see. . _
., Fod building-and in the counties jobs are easy snaps it.is by no means furnishing the needed food suply of the same timo owning and operating' th ,Va11ey Gazette: Well, the government has sent me
i Were the tax is paid. This money is the truth, 'especialy ,with the, governor the country by transforming valuable several farms. lie ire demonstrated ",, I thank you for sending me the paper about over the United States quite a +
i handled by the roads department and and all the cabinet officers-they city blocks into 'equally valuable po- his belief in practically"Greater ,, which I received today and sure lot. 1 .have been in 17 states since I
..; dollar spent by that department have more work than they can pos tato'fields.. He has a couple of piecesof Kissimmeo" by buying a at number' of was glad to get it, for you know a joined the army-that is since the
the federal government puts up sibly do justico to.. All of their workis close in property, five acres be pieces of valuable property. soldier that is as far away from 14th of December; It is snowing here ,y
an, equal amount, so it will be seen I, important and they should .have tween Mabbette street and Emmett Mr. Fox is justly\ proud -of his initial home as I am needs some encourage- now and it sure is cold. '
that good roads throughout Florida is ample time to give to it-and those street whore, he lives,' and five acres, of spuds for this and ment. Well it is nearly time for taps, so
only a'question of a very short time close to the situation believe it would between Emmett and Patrick streets. I had crop a picture taken of the season field with We went on a hike yesterday; we I will say good night. ,
now. The department has two hun. be economy, werethe, legislature to This fine tract he has .in potatoes now his handsome home in'the background. walked about 12 miles with our heavy From a son of dear old Kissimmee,
dred state convicts and the work is create a board to 'have charge of the maturing, with corn and pumpkins packs on our backs,..and today .we BENJ'.F. COBB, JR. v
progressing splendidly. hospital for the insane, the prison growing[ between the rows. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Day walked 12 miles in 4 hours'with the 840 Aero Repair Squadron, Field
Already the comptroller's office has farm at Raiford, the boys school at On last Saturday! a representativeof OINTMENT?oar drnrrl't fall will to cur refund money... of If PASO,: pack containing three blankets and a No. 2, Garden City, I;. I.. N. Y. ;
placed an order for auto tags for next Marianna and the girls school at the Gazette had the pleasure of accompanying Blind.Bleedlni or Protruding any Pile,In 6tol4d Itching r>. shelter, half dog tent; and canteen.I Subscribe 'for the Kissimmee'"""'Val
year. They will be here in the early Ocala. A board of three salaried men Mr Fox and his wife In: The ftrt ppucttlon. she.IiMe and Rciu SOo.i, guess you.all will be surprised ley Gazette. '
fall in order to have everything ready
by the first 'of the year. This year . ,
when the law first went into effect
many persons were unable to use
., their cars for a short time because A "1 .
they waited until the last minute to t'eI '
) make a requisition for the tags. The .
i new tags will be 'far superior to the
epee now used. The numbers will be R
raised ones, black letters; on an orange I:;
background, symbolical of the .


orange It is state.generally; .-conceded that the Save Animal Fats. Use Vegetable .. .0.4 / ii I If

Bryan primary law is one of the best
drawn laws on the !statute books,' but
thai.the law does not-say, in at least
on? instance, what was intended was '
brought out last week when one can- . *

didate Crawford inquired about of the Secretary price of of if.' space State I ,Fat. Substitution will do more for food k'f

in the book which is sent to the votersof
the state. For certain candidates
those running for jjn office to be vot- 0 "
ed upon by the entire people:-the conservation than the strictest
price is $100 a page, while the amount economy. t y,
charged for other offices js lower, de. \ :
pending upon the number of votersto *
which his announcement will go
The> law says when a candidate wants
more than one page it may be obtained .. ', : U. $ Food Administration
for payment of an additional $' : } ::: : : '
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per The candidate seeking information .. 'i/rl "J' "p' Gila\,tr; ; //aStkird.', (, ',,,,: l"" {!! j,1 : .Q.I ,, ."' . I t
page. from Mr. Crawford could '\h',.', ;\, ' ,',ry" \ ,,",H'f\\, ;, ,\.- ;?, \'ism;,:; l
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get his first page for about) $37 and : :
he couldn't understand why ''his second .
page should cost $100( although ,
the.law specifically said that would be told .. '
have -
been derived from ?
probably
the price. What the legislature intended you vegetable sources
to make the law say was that ,
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the candidate could get the second of the worlds shortage in \ I'
page at the same price of the first one .
I and .Secretary Crawford is going to > From these fats we make I

1 be governed" by the intent of the. legil1a fats-animal fats. particularly. '

'' ' :: Cottolene.homcltolfyouP "," ", '.' ., ,' : " ,
'. Hon. B. W. Jewell of Omaha, 'Nebraska Ha's the' force''ofl.; ;.thisrcondition "- .., .JJ'i';. .,,\1iji''' ';\\f.'klti, l 'u !,IJ:, r:1,
I ;! Sovereign Advisor of the ; :
I':Sovereign Camp, W( O. 'W.,' who has ii-I ? m" "
1 been visiting Florida, camps for several come Whenyou use vegetable fats
' weeks; and who is to be in Talla- w, ', : : r'''''W ,
hassee on Friday, the 19th, was a '- '.' .' '
brother of Hon. W. II. Jewell, who "f' in place of lard and butter, you .

represented Orange county in the legislature Our fighting men need '
r of 1907. Mr. Jewell, of Nebraska fats'd t
01 n a patriotic duty. You
ie-one of the four original organizers g
of the W. O. W., and is the for ,their-energy. Our Govern-

. only living: The member of that noble are sacrificing nothing in 'wholesomeness I I..
two Jewell brothers
quartet.
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officers needs fats for munitions.Millions '
with
were distinguished records ment ..
L in the war between the states, I 'arid d. I '
.. the Florida man being in the Confed- economy goo ,,
erate army and the Omaha brother of devitalized women. '
serving in the Union battle front. eating. You are simply' I makingan ..

Few persons -in Florida realize that and children abroad need fats f \. '

the A. & M. College for Negroes, located easy change in the way you '
at Tallahassee, is a. moneymaker .
for life 'Itself-does this
instead of an expense insofaras appeal 'J'f
it affects the tax-payers of the .cook-for your own good'and f
state, but such is the case neverthe II deaf ? I
less.l nd the profit is quite an amount. a on ears 'I '
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Here are the reasons. The federal ... the good of your country., ,
government would not give any assistance I, 1 -
to the University of Florida .

unless the:state maintained a collegefor .. Does so much as.an 'ounce of .
negroes. The' apropriation by the 0 very p.ound.of vegetable fat
last legislature for the negro collegewas t""

only $28,500( of which $6,500 was lard or butter steal its way into . *
used in of butter lard is '
for building the mechanical shops, place or ,
the $22,000 being for operating expenses
for two* years. By spendingthis your cooking'? 'If so, there is service r
amount the federal government as sure of as a bullet. .
gives to Florida in what is known'asthe 0. .
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"Morrill Fund" fifty thousond shot the slightest necessity orexcuse

ollars for the University of Florida .'._.. ., '_ --._- _- 0 0 0 .: .._ ... ___ "__ __
nd,a like amount for the negro col- for it. : +
ege 10 it will be seen that the) in- t
estment at. the negro college is a '
lighty good one when it comes tc \ . Get on the firing line in your
etting funds for the University at .
dnesville. I Do you realize that this ownkitchentodaywithCottolene. '
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Hotels, boarding houses and res- .' :
urants, according to Hon. Jerry W.jliter ) country produces vast quantities _
hotel commissioner, are either

i j' .1th oing and' to free bed bugs their, premises or close up of unti flies, : ', of pure, nutritious cooking fats GHE' ";K .FA I R BAN K COMPANY ,: .,.., . #

hey can get their places of business ,
4P7J2pndition fit to serve the people. "
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\fri Carter says he dislikes to take
ny drastic measures, but the publics .
going to be protected as long as he .
s on';t\1e\ job. Since the hotel com- .
Cottolenev
lesion law went into effect there .
as been a wonderful change in theray .
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hotels, restaurants and boarding : I ,
ouses have been Improved. He1' says J'" Patriotic Shortening' "' ;
ome proprietors have an idea! that _" ' "... ", ., ,' ... I ,., u'tII, ,\\ )W' '
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r isy can conduct their places with -, ,1 : :iN f>!:.;.f
,.es and other objectionable things, .. ., ; .
ut they have got another guess com- -. .' ,:," -: ::, ''' - - " ', -''''---;'''' ,
) ig. Mr. Carter hopes to make this ; if i : -
Tbanner year dn the way of collec-( ,' j jv
4 ons' ,for the department.\ ,- i;. .t r 1 \ '"
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l* ?Ont+ of the most fmportant works .., I /' .
in Florida today is . .
ping carried on I -.! "
Council of National Defense,' of ",..
eb Dr.,P.; H.. Rolfs, director of the \ s'
Station'\\claalr-o 'L <' .
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purpose. In fact, so loyal are they in HOME TALENT PLAY. DRAWS' POUTICAL'ANNOUNCEMENTS '
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i KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE their patriotism to America in her II'I j J
struggle for the liberty of the world, ,
LARGE CROWD AND
that the following resolutions were NETS $40 _
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COMMISSIONERI
recent meeting by COUNTY
at practically
adopted a FOR-STATE AUDITOR ;FOR
'j, B? K....__ V.ll7 O...t.. Ce.paayKl..lrree unanimous vote of the club: -
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Fz.rlaa talent entertatnmc'ntgiven Served aa City Councilman two hereby announce\ that I will be. a
Whreaa the United States is at war The home ; Homer though he, was extravagant
the Dixie Theater years; Tax Assessor of Polk Co. 8 candidate for County Commissionerfrom
with Germany, whoee war methods at Wednesday with the traditionary pie. .
W. B. ".rrl.. Pre.U... Pure Food Inspector three District No. 1, and will appreciate
for the benefit years;
of
the night the Kissimmee rife
brutal and inhuman in extreme Speculation was as to whom
.BL G. v... Asr.*w., kerel.r7 are .andWhereas . Woman's Club was one of the the bride and groom would be but years; Asat. Postmaster, Bartow, two the suport of the voters' in that

irW...... ,. .N.. II this country is full of most laughable burlesques ever when the curtain went up Dr. Simpson years. With these experiences I feel district
German spies perpetrating all man shown in Kissimmee, and was an unqualified appeared as that fortunate man, I am competent to handlo the work' E. L. D. OVERSTREET.FOR .
I a.b.erlatl.a Rate. of German administering success in every particular. and to make sure'that there was no incumbent upon a State, Auditor.I .
On. Copy. On Year___...__......IJOOn ner propaganda REPRESENTATIVETo
Copy Six Month..____._.____ 1. 0 poison to the food of American Almost a capacity crowd filled the theater mistake- brought the gay little will appreciate your support and
One CoP)'. Thr. Months.._______- .'. soldiers and the people at large, together to view their fellow townsmen in bride in a wheelbarrow. When the vote at Democratic Primary in the White Democratic Voters of
with imposing all other possible the roles) of"wax figures" and judging group was wound up' he wheeled the June. J. H. LANCASTER, OHceola County;
authorized All communication correspondent\ except,mu.from' our a* nefarious practices that are inhu- from the Jau&'hterand general applause lady to' the'center of the stage to the Bartow, Florida. I hereby inounce myself as a candidate
1 .Iraed by the writer. man, andWhereas every performer was a hit familiar strains of Mendelsohn's wedding for election as the member of
Rejected matter will not be'returned a large per cent of the with the audience. march. Miss Henderson .was the FOR MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF 1. the House of Representatives from
nleee called for. money Germany obtains with whichto Mrs. Beulah Fitzgerald who direct charming, bride. PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONAt Osceola county.,, subjct to the will of
(Entered In the Postofllce at' KU lm- carry on the war against us. and ed the performance and took the leading :'The Sleeping Beauty and the the solicitation of many friends the Democratic voters in the primary-
.... Florida aa econd-cla matter) for other purpose!!, is obtained from part, is an entertainer in the Prince" was no misnomer as the title I have decided to offer mv services election' to be held June 4th.,.
the sale of. German made goods 1 truest sense of the word and the audi of a group which drew the admirationfrom again to the voters of Osceola countyas !' I thoroughly appreciate the honorof
APRIL 19, 1918 the United States; therefore ence lost itself In the tyerriment\ of the entire audience. : Mrs. De- 'a member' of the Board of"Public'Instruction. serving as a member of the Florida
Be it resolved by the Kissimmet the evening. The negro. dialect representations Wilton Alderman and' Otis Stevens I fully appreciate the Legislature\ during the last two sessions -
Woman's Club\,>> in convention assembled beginning the programwere represented this picture kind words commendation and offers 'and'realize that knowledge
i Save America. .... that wonderfully true to nature and Mrs. S. H. Bullock in a lovely'gownwas of support from my friends, and thus acquired will enable ...
J ,_i i n.T l.lb.r'y Be.de---: We denounce Germany and all the hearers forgot the handsomely the "Beautiful Lady" and came should I be re-nominated and 'el;ct.ed, and experience better service anothr
to give
Save civlKration.! _. things German,. and pledge ourselvesnot gowned woman before them and saw to .life and danced .in, a delightful wiH give the office the same painstaking me .
I -1'.1'i LibertySave Road. :-- to buy, use or otherwsie coun- only the "mammy" suffering from the manner.. care in the future that I have term. refer to record' .
our soldier tl'nanC4tho, use of German made evil effects of a green.watermelon Tod Miller"and Miss Marion Porter in/i the past., W. C. BASS. I respectfully the last two sessions my of 'lie- -
_H.r Liberty Do.cI.- goods of any nature for any purpose. raid or as she gave advice as to the appeared as the "Ruffian and the FOIl COUNTY COMMISSIONERI during .
I>on't let a day go by without doing Resolved further thatwe will lend success of: matrimony. Smiler." Miss Porter was never more Legislature.As
l' something to help win this war the beautiful am a candidate for County Commissioner the next two months will be
our efforts in persuading others of Throughout subsequent scenes than in this rotGrace !.
,_Bay liberty. Bead.-i the American people to be governedby Mrs. Fitzgerald, introduced her wax Darling was well portrayed from District No. 3, subject very busy ones with me I 'may not be'a
The Star-Spnnoted Banner fiooty l these resolutions, figures wit'h a constant misuse of by Miss 'Mildred Turville. Miss Elizabeth to the action of the' Democratic le to see all of the voters person''

in Italy as well as beside the flags of Resolved further that a, copy of words and amusing witticisms; J.. J, Ledbetter giggled so successful* primary.. ally, but your support In the coming
the British and the French, on the these resolutions be handed to the McCranie and Willie Jo Lancaster as ly that everybody laughed. Miss""Ma JOHN PARTIN primary will be highly appreciated,
plains of Picardy. press for publication.Mrs. black-face artists, were a whole Show mie Pilley made a dainty,Titanla and and If nominated and elected I shall
_B.y. Liberty Beade--+ Minnie Moore-Wilson, Pres. in themselves and continued their danced a wonderfully pretty interpretative FOR REPRESENTATIVE work diligently and faithfully to .he-
Shall the shadow of the Kaiser I Mrs. Maud M. Makinson, 1st V-P. laughable attention to the figures dance. Miss Vivian Briggs wasa I hereby announce myself a candidate very best of my ability in the service
1/ hang over the American homes Mrs. G. L. Katz, Treas. throughout the evening; while .each charming Melba and sang the "Last for Representative in the Leg of the people of Osceola county' and
That depends on whether you-support Mrs. M. S. May, Asit. Secy. figure in itself was worth the whole Rose of Summer" with great pathos. islature from Osceola County, subject the state of Florida. '
the war measures. 'Mrs. L. H. Ingram, Rec. Sec. price of admission.So One of the features of the eveningwas to the action of the Democratic Very respectfully,
,. -i-.i.Bay. Liberty B.a.e---- Alexander Cof. Sec amusing was each feature that Mrs. Edgar Katz primary. FRED M. BASF! N. C. BRYAN.
i- Mrs. M. E. as "Dolly Dim-
I I _________ ___ ________._
Wceola i i. the entertainment in ----------------
i county some precocious l Mrs. Mary', E. Aultman, 2nd V-P. was somewhat ples. So natural was her representation ------
Infant in the potato game, having -- ,i--B.r. Liberty. B.. the toil
in in'' the feared to watch to Notice I. hereby given to all whomIt
planted be
taken fifth place acrcago spectators one to other than the part she played.
.
OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL IN .. I. Mm. K. H.llouap
intelligence, foresight and, concern that
may
energy
This is her second too closely lest lose Later patriotism
all Florida. only they something she appeared as the "Dancing of the grnitrdlon, for Katharine L.ouUwriilmcr
year at this crop, too. I LIBERTY BOND CAMPAIGN equally amusing. '' Girl'\.. and captivated the audience American farther to a minor will on the loth day
i -lq.Llberl7. Be.d_ Mere words fail' to describe the with her artistic dancing. So insistent win this war. Buy, Liberty Bonds of May, A. I). 1918..apply to the Honorable

April 6'was U. S. Liberty thy and :''I::,l Our public schools are entering into dear little tots who' appeared as "the were the spectators in their call *-j READ THE PATRIOTIC MESSAGES -T and for T. Oaceoln M. Murphy County., County"Florida Judge at hl In.
the whistles of the city ushered it in the Third Liberty Loan campaignwith Babes in the They were for an encore to this beautiful num- I FROM KISSIMMEE office At the Court ll..u..o at Kl..xlmmer -
I. at six minutes after 1, o'clock, tile exact considerable effect Early in dressed in short aprons, socks, sandals ber that Mrs. Katz generously re I I MERCHANTS IN THIS ISSUE Uaceola ('ount.Iorld.... at 10:I'O
anniversary of the ,entrance of March Superintendent Yowell. received and baby caps and when woundup sponded.The A. M., can or a"hoo Boon heard thereafter for authority.s thematter tot
1 this nation into the world war. the following letter: engaged in a lively] struggle for last figure to be introduced NOTICE cell, at public or prUale Halo, the
-Bay Lbrly| Bead.'-- Liberty Loan Committee, Atlanta, the possession of a nursing bottle. was the "Deceased Mr. Jarley," alias All dogs running at ]large in the right title and lntre.., belonging tothe
..
Record shipments of Ga. '. 23 1918. These precocious infants familiarly Kribbs. laid Katherine Ix>ul Palmer, it
breaking vegetables February are Judge Judge is known and city must wear a collar with the license In the follow Inn demrllxilIHIKI
are being made from Fort Mr. C E. Yowell, Kissimmee, Fla. ] known to Kissimmee people as D. honored by all Kissimmee but was almost tag attached. minor.*. to-wlt The SoulhWFHt quarter .,
1, Myers these days, says the Press, Dear Sir: In pursuance with the G. Wagner and Milton Pledger. unrecognizable im his role. The GEO. W. OVERSTREET, of the Southwest quarter of Section\ -
and for the past week en average of plan to have essay contests in schools A marvelous figure which seemedto audience wAit wild over his grotesque City Marshal. Twenty-nt"e. Townalilp Twonly-fl\e
four cars daily have gone forward. during the Third Liberty Loan campaign partake of something supernaturalwas figure and uncontrollable laughter South ceola County!
Florida seems to be doing something as outlined to you in our recent the two headed girl who sang n prevailed.No Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up SystemThe Dated th In Uth day of April, A. 'D.
toward feeding somebody if not her- letter, it gives us pleasure to no.tlfy touching song about "If I'm a Good Kissimmee gathering would be Old Standard ceaerel ptreBrtfcenltur tonic ISIS MHS. .'. II ItoTSK.K1UHMS l .
.eif.- you that the National Committee Girl Mama! will Bring Me a Rubber, content to forget the nation's crisis GROVK'U TA8THUBSS chill TN)cdrive.out ,A HTll>. Uunrdlan.AUorneyn .
i _Bay Liberty. lloada---- of Patriotic Societies has offered 4 Dolly," The faces of this figure borea for even one evening, and Miss Elizabeth Malaria.eorichee( blood.tnd builds up the.y* fur tluar IR". Is-St
tcm, A true tonic For adult.aDd children. 60oBuy
THIRD LIBERTY ,LOAN prize of a $50 Liberty Bond for the\ striking resemblance. to R. E. Brown Aultman made an appealing I -
I As numbers of Kissimmee people test composition by. a High School and W. J. Steed. four-minute talk in the interest of -- Liberty no.d.---. --' -lluy Liberty llonrfn-- '
will' subscribe ot the third Liberty student. The old saying that "true' love the Third Liberty Loan, and the pro
4 Loan'it becomes important that the The subject assigned is: "Win the never did run' smooth" was exempli. gram closed with chorus singing of W. H. ARNOLD ALAN J. MACDONOUGII .i
' exact terms of sale shall lie explicitly War with Liberty Bonds." The conditions Red by Miss Grace Gilbert as a dainty the "Star Spangled, anner." ,
made known. We attach the statement as set forth by the National little Milk Maid all Forlorn.and] Todd Jlisa Gussie Winn rendered the .
of the Secretary of the Treasury (Committee of Patriotic Societies are Miller, here on a acatlon from Stetson piano accompaniments to the pro- ARNOLD. & MacDONpUGH, i
hereto: these: who faithfully portrayed the man gram and the Kissimmee orchestra '
The bonds will be dated and bear No essay must be more than six all tattered' and torn. added ,a large measure to the pleasure Contractors, Engineers, Architects 4
S t' a hundred words in length. There must Miss Jessie Lee Blackmon was of the evening '
Interest 9th 1918. a BLDG.
from. May DARLINGTON AVE CITIZENS BANK, ,:
4 The first interest coupon will be be at least ten students writing essays precise Priscilla and divided her tim: The sum of $40 was received by the t 1 '
i payable] September 16th\, 1918, thereafter in every high,, school that com- between 'her spinning wheel and John Woman's Club us art of the net
; interest will be payable on petes. Every high .school contesting Alden who was represented by Nelson, !' proceeds and this full amount was .'
March 16th and September 15th. must hold a campaign for the sale ot,, Mallinson.I. I I promptly donated to the, Kissimmee ;
The selling campaign will open ton Liberty Bonds. I. Roger Dodd made a life-like Jackie_,." Red CroBs.
We anxious for the high schools'in ,-- -- - - - - --------------- Give Your Little Ones
f April 6th and close at the close: of are - - - - -- ----------------------- -
the Sixth Federal] Reserve Districtto 4
business May 4th, 1918. scriptions is In vigorous
w Individual subscriptions to incorporated enter this contest. This depart Already the class has ... total progress.subscription IF An Interesttnthe Future ;;
banks and trust companiesmust ment will be glad to furnish you with of '$1,700 to its credit, and yOu"\\ GIvE'
be in their hands before the any information relative to the Third the outlook is that it will ,increase this US JUST ONETRIM. 'I ,
dose of business May 4th. 1918. Liberty Loan which you may desireto : ;
largely in the weeks.
make school ensuing They are your hold on their hands bonds of their
Incorporated banks and trust companies your strong competitor .
,
must deliver to the Federal for the national] honors. -Bay Liberty lloncU THEN YOU'LL a the future, and America is government. They will be ..

Reserve Bank their subscriptions for ('The .chairman of,your county Liberty '. 'i READ THE ,PATRIOTIC ME8- TRADE HERE fighting to make their fa- for them inspiring evidence

their,own account and for account:!of '.Loan committee ,will berequest;, ', SAGES 'FROM, KISSIMMEFl QUITE AWHILE J lure safe. They are too that their fathers
before. the closet ed;S to S co-operate v with t the j r schools Jin
their customers on or "
.. i } "little this sacrificed and invested
of business May 9th, 1918. making the contest'I a success't by'.of- .INERCHANTSaINJtTIIlS&ISSUE/E to realize now- planned,
The Initial] installment payable with 'ering local prizes for' the best en- "Go the limit" in this fight against "' ,. ,I :'" but some day must learn for their sons' fu ,

'. I i subscription: is K% and incorporated says. We feel confident they will pirates who are determined to destroy : T' ';j to reverence the traditions ture. Liberty Bond will ""
': r banks and trust companies must pay take this up and believe it will be o your commerce. LIBERTY BQflWS) of America, the' ideals of mean more to them than '
this to the Federal Reserve Bank on vital factor in stimulating interest in will help keep the European market 'I
or before Mar 9th, 1918. the forthcoming campaign.We for business. INVEST WE KNOW TO APOSITIVE America, the great cause' 'DIone,. They will make
open your
} All payments including the 5% Initial trust that you will, bring this NOW. CERTAINTY, for which the men of their them. proud of the fathers .
payment may be made in cash or matter to the attention of teachers in -Hay Liberty 11"11,1.--- that if you will give us a trial father's day gavE their who in America's day of ,
1 Certificates of Indebtedness your high schools and request their KISSIMMEE FAVORED AGAIN .
4 Treasury order you will become a 'steady live*. ? great need proved themselves .
# except those certificates maturing support.Very MESSAGES FOR THESE DAYS patron, of this shop. It's happenedso true American patriots.
s, I April. 22nd and June 25th, 1918 or sincerely I
duly qualified depositaries may make St. Elmo Massengale We are glad to announce that Mrs; ,many times that a person has. Be' ready then, to put in .
these payments by credit to the ex- Director of Publicity.. W. R. McDuffie has consented to giveus I come in and purchased a small ,
Treasury This communication was deliveredto a series of Bible studies. They will order of meat, and then come backto Invest in Liberty Bonds for your little ones ;
Professor Evans and.promptly im- be based upon the Book -of Revelation.
their delight and gratification -
No interest will be .allowed on tortant activities were set in motion; To those who haye heard her give express and then buy your Groceries from the
/ initial payments except from May In view of the fact that the senior these messages elsewhere and have and leave another order.
js 9 th, 1918. class of the high; school was already noted the absorbing' interest they This sort of thing surely helps o rbusjness. CUT PRICE GROCERY .

The second installment of 20% is much occupied with preparations for have created, no urging will be needed q
payable May 28, 1918. commencement, and engaged in the to'have them share this rare treat '
The third installment of 35% is annual contest for Oho .Fell Essay To others here we only ask that WE WISH TO LET 1

payable July 18th, 1918. I medal, Professor Evans devolved up- they come to the first of these week City Market '
The fourth Installment of 40% is on the junior class of the high school ly''' meetings in the G. A. R. hall nt .
payable August 15th. 1918. the; privileged duty of conducting the 7:45 p. m. We feel sure that God's THE PEOPLfe KNOW
Payment in full without rebate of Liberty Loan drive outlined and suggested Spirit, will so use her to open this .
interest may be made at any time on by the letter aforesaid. Ten wonderful Book that it will quickly] i '.,
I
or before May 4th, 1918, but bonds members of the class are competing be noised abroad and large numbersbe

issued against such payments may be for the best ]local essay on ."Win the blessed. The meetings begin Tues- that we have a grocery !store second to 'hone In Osceola] county asto :
I delivered to subscribers on or before War With Liberty Bonds. These are day, April 23.
May 4th only in amounts ,not to Stratton sanitation of goods and building. The following ad wilt explain. I
exceed Story Carolyn Fripp, Sarah Mr. and Mrs. McDuffie were formerly -
11 (10,000 to eaCh subscriber. Clark. Violet Douglas. Mary Sinireltary. missionaries to Africa, later JustArrivedTwo Everybody invited, tq c.tne In and look over our stock and get

.' Payments may be completed on Henry Edwards,' Frances Tucker having charge of the* full Gospel prices, buy and save money and take. your savings and buy War
: : subscriptions of any amount on May ,' Norma Griffin Edgar Bryan and church in Durham, N. C., and have Stamps and help win the war.
, i'' f 9th or on any subsequent installment Mary Tiller. Mr. C. A. Carson has just taken up the work of the Christian The Cut Price Cash Grocery of this city has Just installed a J '
,, L date. offered the local prize for the best and Missionary Alliance in Or-
Sherer Pure Food counter for bulk groceries. This counter presents :
'f Payment of all installments Including essay, and it is to be a five dollar, lando where their. ministry_ is_ being '
: the ,initial 5% or payment in full war savings stamp certificate. The I richly blessed by the "Lord of the Carloads of a very_handsome appearance and: is one more guarantee that the bulk :
-
made by Treasury Certificates of In essays have all been! prepared, sub.; Harvest." I goods ''we sell will be clean and nit try. --- ---"
.debtedncse1, except those maturing mitted end forwarded to Atlanta, the + "
& April 22nd and June 25th, such certificates letter acknowledging receipt of them:, READ THE PATRIOTIC MESSAGES The Sherer-ized Store '
mUDt,not be presented in there being dated April 6th. 1 PROM KISSIMMEE .
amounts larger than the amount The concomitant campaign for sub- .LDon't MERCHANTS IN THIS ISSUE OaklandSensible
t sought to be paid. I'm running, a Shererlzcd .tore; 10 walks. my Shererized storeto
f Certificates used to make payment I wouldn't go back any more, for his friends. ./
u for subscriptions will beat interest to a carload of scads, to the Oh, here in my Shererized ship, 'j
t' May 9th; 1918. I Six Cars our dads, to the-sloppy old methods Economy's always on top; for I
All certificates to be used nt par of yore. . things are at hand, at my constant .
t ,d flat and the accrued interest will be Forget To Go To.Floyd's You ask, "What does hererize command. I don't have to trot: till
remitted to the subscribers by check mean?" Well, firstly, it's making I drop. The goods are in sight of
it, as a separate transaction. things clean; in a Slhererized store the scale, I am wasting no time in
I
1 As the secretary of the treasury there's no junk on the floor; no dirt a sale; I gambol and smile in the .
k I reserves the right to allot in full on r or disorder to be seen. The goods old fashioned style, as I merrily s
I all subscriptions and will probably Cash Price are protected from !leas; the mice take in the kale. I
exercise this) right, no'classification of do not gnaw at the peas; the rat The problems that bothered my
: subscriptions need be srbmitted bye never gloats o'er the shaker rolled brain, and drove me three-quarters P
banks, but this information must be oats, and the cat doesn't roost on insane, in the times that are past,
available at a later date for cumparative1 the cheese. The goods that a customer have been settled at last; the word
purposes GroceryFor buys aren't specked by the "Shererire". will explain. The .
Denominations of bonds will be the frolicsome flies, and no bow-wow problems s>f Joss and waste, the :
same as in the Second ,Liberty Loan $$1,050. can weep on the crackers I keep, problem of profitless haste, and .; +

no matter how often he tries., ten thousand more, of the grooery t i
KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S your Groceries'and Fresh Meats Folks i come to my Shereried store, have all from my doorway of j
CLUB DENOUNCES store, and when they have looked been chased. )
GERMAN-MADE F. O. B. Factory the place o'er, they murmur, "Gee I'm'runtiing a Khererired store
GOODS have lots of ;things it tel! We've I don't l '
VYc good toeat and" Whiz! How delightful tear my hair any more, .:'";1 I
.1 The Kissimmee;;; Woman's Club seen nothing like-it before! The don't sprinkle tears on my whis- M j
,
' which has for its members the prominent you will be surprised'at' the low prices'' customer cheerfully spends and kerr and ears, or spend my nights P
aDd I Influential women of the. ,,. \ when from my place he wends, he walking the 11001'. '
business and social circles] of the gives me no knocks but boost as WALT MASON-
a city '
GET PRICES I
r OUR

., lies war) ,been measure strongly' asked supporting by the govern_every i. . ._ ON FEED, I Mach Bros _-" Everybody. cordially" invited, 'You will be treated right.. '

men* and.Js now going) a step farther ,
\ ,and Is placing-* ban of their disap.iMy.greed Phone! 1761 l. ;' ewe ,. .., CUT PRICE CASH, GROCERY
thin .Gannan. : : :: ,
( .a. ' .; : : : : .
not other delfoeruuide'tiie "We ordersEd '
to buy, use' or --.. - .. city.... appreciateyour- GARAGEf ./ Phone 141. 42213rtjadway.'I
wind countenance lb. UN of German I ,

lJDadt: roods ,ff any, nature//or any .1
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. .... THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY APRIL, 19, '1918.. SEVEN



4'r.. I INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS 1 ( .

PROGRAM "<>
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............ . .. ....o... Do you. keep Sunday as a holidayor \ 4 I -" : I' ',, k

a "Holy Day?" GraystoneTheatreAPRIL !

i Weather j Palm Beach pants good quality, aroohoneN
| Report ; $3.50. F. H. Lawson.O. 21-27 rJr M *_ r

W Leake and Jas. Crawford of nrr. r"1
Orlando were in Kissimmee for,, a I
Following. are dally tempera- ; ; brief, stay yesterday MONDAY.,, ,

turn and precipitations as reported Save the picture of th4 Central's. Marnrrrr., Ulllnna In ..
by Government station Nurse and help your little friend get KI.AMIO! OK C..A. CE'
at Kissimmee fo- the week' ending the $5. : rltnllle
Com..d'I"'N OV HV )ir..Ul"Triangle
Thursday, April 18: '
Douglas Fairbanks will appeAr at
M'";t. Min. RainFriday : ; the Casino Friday next in "Reaching Sixth Episode"S'E "
>(.KAYVi AM THE MOM V"
_. ,?-,... 70 53 for the Moon." 'vlt.
-
Saturday __ ? '77 43 Mrs. Henry Pfann, who has been TUESDAY.Kmmmtr .

Sunday.. .... 80' '47 visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ragsdale, .. \\.balra !. '
for the past ;week, left today for her "THM ..IIV..,., ( AIIII'']" Met.
Monday .. .... 82 50 .
home at Kissimmee.--Lakeland Star Comedy, Tbp Third fl...._.*
Tuesday r. ... S4 57 (Tuesday). WEDNESDAY. ,

J '; Wednesday'' .___'85' 60 Eat Irish potatoes and save flour. Carl nUrkirell In

< Thursday ..... 89 65 4.15O.OOO..O.oooooo..O.OO. Selling new No. 3 Potatoes, peck, 15 THE "'A'- (HiT" World
pounds.. 25c. Waters &: Carson Grocery Is.11 ..d Jeff In FH1HTKHS", ;
.. ,Co. THM PRIZE Flflher

Syd Pearce, Clifford Pearce and THURSDAY., I
John Lofton motored up from Bas Tom Mix In
4 Spcial sale of Hats at Miss Bandy"r *
y IoJIITRRN! ni.non For
and
for the next ten da>;s.' : senger spent Wednesday nig ni. v ('...Pd,. '(It.
and Thursday attending. to business
See Alice Joyce tonight in one of'' matters in this city. FRIDAY.

the best dramas at the Casino. I The Central's Nurse advises you to FRIDAY. FKATDKH DAY'1C, 15. 35.'

I L Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Donegan oft use El.Vampiro to destroy mosquitoes DOUttl.AM FAIHHAIVKK InHKACllftU
Deer Park spent Monday. and 'Tues flies and: fleas. Only lOc at. Cen- POH THE MOON"
day,in town. tral Drug Store. ,* Harry Mcrrey, "nE8.RE.'OH.In .' A CONVERSATION!

t Extra Pants in the Cool Cloth, fine G. W.; Baker of Shelbyville, Ind., SATURDAY. .
for summer. F. H. Lawson.. H. Rigans Atlantic City, N. J., Mrs
Mrs.' F.' X. L pont went to St. Petersburg C.' L. Bandy and Miss Edith Jenness T..... (:.I.... In j

J! Tuesday for two week's visit of St. Cloud were a pleasant party;. Comedy"THM If A JJUN flmtlrr'm"OM..N"..." )Between Mr. Doubtful and Mr.
J with her husband, who is there. motoring,to Mount Dora Monday; Sixth Episode. of Ilelra Halatra In Right

1 I Make your old straw hat new with Mrs. T.' M. Rivers, Mrs. Lasley, TIIH LOST KXI'HKSS"
We have the colors Mrs. J. Wesley Brown and Mrs. W. J. ..
Colorite. popular
'
f Mr. Doubtful:' "I don't 'see. how I Mr. "You've said it-: .this I.
__at Central Drug Store. ., Prjpp.were appointed delegates from. ,- e.r' Right: .

'"I l E. E. Skipper, a prominent banker I convention the local W.: C.meet, T. U.here to next the district Friday Should Palm get Beach yourself and Cool a suit Cloth for Suits.the can buy 'any, more Liberty Bonds.' ,:'I ," arl! To'win the, war:...ifmight be necessary , ,
''i 'and cattle man of Bartow, was transacting bought all..1 I[ could, last fall I'm not'a; take
Lawson. the
business in Kissimmee! Mon:: I "Potato Week," April 29 to May summer, F. H. ., for' government to your1
r' 5. This is the order, of the State Sargeant Ira Best is home from rich man and I don't think! it's fai\\of;just factory' away, fromyou, and: ruin' '' your 'S.
y day.Don't Food Adminfelratof.; Ki4 that to me to anything more
forget can get a expect business. take
'J you It might be ,to :
housewives should begin his parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Best. necessary ,
pra4tlicingnow
,,' '
.! fine Silk Dress at |7.50 and $10.00. at done.. .., '
T..H. Lawson's. C artd see just how.many palatable FOR RENT-Furnished flat with' have 'your'house and turn you out in the street-,,

y; Miss Miriam Skilton of DeLand was dishes can be made with spuds.Mr. modern improvements.office. W B. Harris, Mr. Right: *Let's see-your next. What'of, that?. Is that as great a sacrifice "
Webber and his Mrs. Gazette 14-tf
the Elsie week-end Skilton,guest returning of her to sister her ,home Miss Craig, so well known in sister Kissimmee, This may be a meatless or a wheat-I door neighbor's: boy enlisted, didn't he?'. as your neighbor makes, or stands ready-

j Sunday. who usually spend the first part .oi Jess day, but don't let it be a thriftless Mr. "Yes he's in to make,.when' he gives 'his boy to bis-
every winter by going to the south day. Buy another War Savings Doubtful: over ;
'1 Rev. Mecca Marie Varney will during the cold weather, have returned Stemp. France now. Mighty fine, stalwart boy, country?' ';Yet you don't think it's your
c( speak on "Woman's Patriotic Duty" Co "
j the )
. "ar- at the W. C. T, U. district convention at Sambel Graystone Island after on prolongedvisit the west S. S. Griffin of Orlando( spent a few that!" duty to pinch and save, and, borrow if J JI
) afternoon. hours in Kissimmee yesterday greetIng need be in order to Liberty. Bonds *
Friday
coast of. Florida.Mr. buy ,
old friends and attending to business Mr. Right "Exactly and
day
: some
i Why not close your place of business George! Leonard Potter, whose matters. and thus help shorten.the wiar, make VICmts' *
early .on Saturday nights, andget pretty' and interesting wedding tooklace that splendid boy, the pride of his par '.
There will be of thrills in
plenty certain and the lives of thousands
g, ready to "Remember the -Sabbath > in St. John's church, Kissimmee. the "Lost Saturday and hearts, may go 'over the top' in a gal tory save
{ ''J. Day" to keep it holy? has been EXfress" of American who will other
gazetted for substantial pro Woman" boys
"Vengeance Mondayat !lant German bullet and fall ;
,, . FURNISHED ROOMS, $4.50 and motion in the U. S. Armv Signal! Ser- the Casino. charge, stop a 1
be sacrificed.
5.00 a month. Mrs. W. 11. Farmer, vice since his return to Chicago wherehe in the mud and debris of No Man's Land.wIse uselessly
'.' 9 West Mitchell St. 16tf and his bride are for some timeto Mr. and Mrs.i J. H. Morton, who Isn't that asking much of him and of
make their home.J. have been spending the winter in too Mr.. Doubtful !'I guess that's true* .M
Marvin Drigpers, n member of Lakeland, were week end visitors of ? ,Is that'fair?' Is ?' "
his
family that'just Right
Co. B, stationed at Camp Wheeler, McPhutter has owned sale their old friends, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Mr. I have been thoughtless. I'll
is enjoying a visit with relatives and of the pr4.'ttybungalow( by Eby while en route for their home in and and
j friends at Kissimmee. Mrs. John Whitney in the G. Andei1 Finland, Iowa Mr. Doubtful: "Why, it's awful, of stop complaining criticising, put
sub-division, to George Neeper. who but it can't be helped.This is last dollar if need be to help
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Potter have returned The equipment for putting In the course, war, up my ,, ,
t to their home at Lafayette, came The sale here included recently the from furniture Oklahoma., and dirt grade on the railroad trestle between and .men have to be killed in it." Win' this war." 5

Ind., after spending the winter \at the new owner will take possession I St. Cloud and this city, is already -
their residence in Kissimmee.E. immediately. I on the ground. This includes

B. Morrey, formerly of Kissim Mrs. Sarah Prevatt returned horn two locomotives, a steam shovel and This Space Paid For and Contributed' By '

mee, but now making .his headquarters from Camp Johnston Monday night air dump cars.

in Orlando, was here greeting his where she has been at the bedside of -Bay Liberty RoH.--" .e ,,,.. ,, <
"" "" ""'""""
't many Kissimmee friends last Friday. her 'son, Jennings, of the Remount MRS. VARNEY'SLECTURERev. I .i.
This is the time to get your com Service, who has been critically ill Mecca Marie Varney will lec-
mencement hat at,'a reduced price at with pneumonia Private) Prevatt's ture at the Methodist church Friday C.H.GRANTHAM

f Miss Bandy's. many warm friends .here will be glad i evening; April 26, at 7:30.: Her .. ..
.'! .* Mrs. J. E. Kirkpatrick has returned to hear that his condition is greatly subject will be "Mothers of.Soldiers." -'THE SATISFACTORY .
to her home at Campbell Station after Improved, I Mrs. Varney is a chautauqua lecturer. STORE-
1 a threo months' visit with relatives . L. S. Teague special representativeof The Keystone Gazette, Bellefont, Pa., KISSIMMEE FLA. '
Ark., where she Bradstreet with headquarters she is speaker with spiritual ,
.at Hamburg, Company, says j. ,
I ),:formerly resided.. /.;*,,a.iifl I (:*" )is." .,i.: "U at :Tampa ",spent several power and Insight, using the choicest 1 __ """",,,,,.."',,,,,, '
\ davs'in KlHsimmee this week language. Is a.woman of rare beau, / ;
\.The i''Central a\:Nurse Y eay.?/"Nyal'i getting ,
s
Vanishing Cream lis as'good a line on the business condition here. ty: and possesses a most winning per '{I'I.f'.'
1I1I1i. i StillI5cJUtJLCentralJlprug, letlefti.Thursdayfor! Winter".Haven. sonality., The lecture is free, and the : "
any ..i **Nat is invited.. I. : I
., s* >-' iwiwn! fm>rwA. Carson"is\home from Gainesville public cordially }!,,1.lwlTfR.y } _
for visit with his .
'' is the a parents, Mr. Liberty Boada .
regular' II.winter Hopson visitors who to among Kimimmee, and Mrs. N. B. Carson. MONDAY NIGHT FIRE +I HEAD THE PATRIOTIC' MESSAGES shipment to the. distributing agency their custom to make the pillows and f

left Tuesday for his home in Fruit- Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Buttorff and BURNS NEGRO DWELLINGA I I FROM KISSIMMEEMERCI1ANT at Jacksonville. They are. packed in and other garments for ambulanceand
land Iowa. Mr. Hopaon expects to Mr> and Mrs. W. A. McCool, Jr., motored \ IN THIS ISSWE twelve separate paper' bags, then hospital use which are// sent to
s; return next ceason as is his custom. to Tampa. Monday and spent blaze called out the fire depart placed- in a strong box. More work- the front through the Red Cross t
several hours seeing the sights of ers are needed In thin department Those present on this evening' ,were:
who has been ment at 3 o'clock Monday'night,
the Mrs.guest Mary of Mr.Johnson.and Mrs. E. .1* Lesley that city and looking after business though the call was sent in too late RED .CROSS NOTES. !regularly workers who will come as Misses Ruth and Sara Clark Nina't'

h, for the past three weeks, left on few matters.detours With where the exception of a. tc) save the dwelling of a'negro- by Those who worked in -the surgical The members as possible.of the Senior Bratton, Elon Russell Guice. Cecelia Over-
the roads being
are Ep. street Medora
in Ft. the name of Mattox, who lives on Elsio Norton, '
dressing
Ii Monday for her home Ogden.r department last week and reg. worth
hard-surfaced League of the M.
E. Church
I they experienced Louie Jackson, Ella Mae Gilbert, }?
niece. Aderhold street in extreme North istered there Miss ,
Mrs. is Mrs. Lesley's are: Mildred Tur
Johnson no difficulties., and arrived home before and a few friends met at the home of Nellie Best, Mrs. Steiner Mrs. J.
issimmee. The house burned to the ,
vine Mrs. A. W. Bailey, Mrs. M. Katz !
ii i-
Mrs. Beulah Fitzgerald accompanied : sundown Mrs. M, A. Clark, Tuesday is ;
os Wesley Brown and Mrs. t W. Best.
Miss Alice ground with an estimated loss of Mrs. Ei D. Katz; Miss Marian Porter,
"- the by guest her this daughter week, of hr-r cousin, was, The subject of Sabbath observancewas $400. Mattox carried about $300 insurance j Miss Maude Alice Wagner,' Mrs. II. __h" __ __ __ ___ _ ____ _,_ -__ ,.._ __ ___- ',.
I discussed in each of the pulpitsof on the place; Wichtendahl end Mrs. Jacobs.
Mrs.
E. Brown. Fitzgerald'sJiome
Mrs. J.
w w't
P is in Chicago, 111., but she isspending1 Kissimmee last Sunday. Special Due to theefforts of the fire department The surgical dressings department 'tifft..Y.Ya
1 the winter touring Florida. emphasis was put on the need of pre- the flames did not spread to of the Kissimmeo Red Cross this :
partition for the Sabbath by way 'of any bf the near by houses. The origin I week, packed their complete
t Any child under 16 years of age early closing business on Saturday of the fire was not known. for March, the full 360 five yard quota roll.
a who is not related to any member of nights and the people were admonish.ed : ,
-'---Bay Liberty Duds bandages, 4W inches wide ready for
}j' the working force of the Kissimmee to do their Saturday trading early : t..t..
( : T Valley Gazette is eligible to win the so ,that there will be no deliveries to \
$5.00 offered by the Central Drug make after night. !

"t' Store. Start now and save the picture Big bargains in White Shoes for
_I of the Central's Nurse. the whole family. F. H. Lawson. *

'@ Mr.: and Mrs. Brokaw, Mr. J. L. Pro Meigs, who came to Kissimmee \:
J Overstreet: of Kissimmee, Fred Kent early in the winter in poor health, occupied Pt.r
ney of St. Cloud, and Mr. L. Bowmanare his house-boat for some timeon .
; f leaving today in Mr. Brokaw's Lake Tohopekaliga, but; was obli .- '

1 i car for Miami where they will attend ed to return to the Graystone seriously . .. ''i'f
.
\\O- the grand encampment of the I. O. III, has, under the skillful attention ,
; O. F.-Sunday Morning Sentinel. of Dr. L
Hyatt, returned to his
Word has been received by friends home in Philadelphia quite restoredto 4.J \
_ t In the city telling of the recent wedding health ;.
_of Miss Emma Myers, formerly We areRight '
The made last ,
.1 of Kissimmee, to Elliot M. Brown, of types us say week THE UNIVERSAL CAR Y
Tampa.. The marriage was solemnized that Prof. Evens .hal sold 150 Thrift I 1
1 Stamps the ,
during
week when the
.
in Tampa and the young people '
R umber really was -550. The Kissimmee Time Fin
will make their home in that city ', '
I schools are certainly doing their
'1 Grant W. Baker, of Shelbyville, part in the-sale. of War Saving and | BUY LIBERTY BONDS I the I '

'l ( Ind., arrived Monday and stopping Thrift Stamps and it gives us great .
:J at the Gray stone for a few days pleasure to make this correction. DruqStonine. :
i while visiting his former friends in'J
;t' Sergeant G, W. McGowan from \ .
'J} this city, the A. S. Gilbert family. Camp Wheeler came .home Tuesday I '
p Mr .Baker has bene touring Florida on a five-day furlough for a visit with The Third Liberty Loanis
I F this winter1 and is en route to' his relatives and friends ,
: l home. '
I.. f. C. B. Crumb and J. Clark Mile of Philadelphia, left 1
Mrs. two
Mr. and for his home last Sunday morning, af- our share in winning the war. '" '. -
children left Monday for their home .
if'ti,r in Mount Union, Pa.,'after spending ter C. a W.brief file visit. and here family with:his Mr.brother lisle, Upon depends the safety and I Of

:P' the winter in their cottage on Mab- enjoyed his trip here and THE CENTRAL'S NURSE SAYS
i bette street. They have many warm leased with Kissimmee that was so he well decided ,, success of Five Hundred Thousand : .
friends in Kissimmee who will anticipate I< The moment that scientists discover
\ to locate here a new
with pleasure their return In the permanently just American Soldiers in France
', : al soon as he can shape up his business remedy or appliance we put It Into our drug store.,
fall.L. !matters to that,end. Mr. Hile
L. Palmer,' associate. editor of ii secretary and treasurer of the Or- We have, a' few Second-Hand:!, Ford Cars This Is why so many physicians advise you to get .
the Gainesville Sun, was passing mond Park Realty Co., which owns a '
',4 V through Klssimmee Monday and large body, of land at Ojmpnd, Fla. '. at attractive your me.dlclnes'and drug store things from us. '
prices.
made the ,Gazette office a fraternal .
.Jt;f" call. He was traveling by auto and Captain Eugene Bryan, son of Mr. They know. :

;. had been to Haines City to accompany aDd Mrs. N. C. Bryan, arid a well When
;:: his wife, who will spend sometime known man of Kissimmee whose military Supplies and ,Accessories..o t ,you buy your,medicines and drugstore ., ,t'lt

1'' k visiting relatives- at'that place. by career is of watched his with interest things from us and use them, you too, will KNOW e
every one many friends here
: J. L. Overstreet is ''at Miami this I has been promoted to intelligence of- OsceolaMotor theyjire right. '

k 4. week attending the yearly session. of fleer at Camp Gordon. The Atlanta .
the State Grand Lodge of I. 0.' O. F. I Journal says: "Captain Eugene Bryan '

'..p 'aa a delegate from Kissimmee Lodge ; formerly of the depot brigade, is 307-9 Broadway/Kissimmee, .. CENTRAL ,DRUG STORE
.No., 74. While there, he wilt receive now intelligence officer. Captain q
of grand :.maafcer I .1 '""The Deal l Place" 'c
the degree. past i they now are different from J 01 Square
which 4s conferred upon all .worthy what used to be, as he was torI '
I past grands 'by ,tbe. state Grantf I I merly. in command of a' crack com1 : ,V I 'PHONE 41.

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I p, EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY .APRIL 19, 1918 .1 .,-

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the trust bequeathed to us by the supporters -
of the Declaration of Independence .""'*'''
FINANCING THE WAR I Their whole thought was ./ .V /
I united purpose, high ideals and unlimited .
sacrifice AM.we. ,
By MRS. N. M. G. PRANG i voluntary '
forefathers
I today of the same calibre as our ;
I or has "sturdy Americanism"
The great battle on the western The war has got to b. paid for 'Every become a term only The food saved
front la. still raging as I write and acre of land, every building, every for our boys and the..subscription to
the need for our armies .and their business, every salary and wage, every the Third Liberty Loan. the answer.
equipment becoming greater every man, woman and child vis holden Think of"blood..human blood, when-
day. Our boys are now actually in for the necessary money and labor. ever you' reach out for wheat food"and
the thick of the fray. Do you care- It .must come in the end. Delays change the course of your hand.
f fIV ft -::::.. fully read the casualty list as it ap- make the cost greater and will bring Think of life, the life of your son( or ,
pearS; 'almost folding your breath in into being such government regulations of mine, as compared with money and
:fear of finding fn it the name of a as are necessary: to bring about see if a Liberty Bond or War Savings .
ti loved one? If BO, you: have 'learned desired results. Every law of such StaJftjiudafsn't look better to you
that we are at war. What are you go- character is a step from the "honor than anything 'else money can pur-
What Does ing to do about it? Do you considerthat system" of government 'We have s( chase.
: : this suffering on your part' is long enjoyed. Are we unworthy of SAVE WHEAT. BUY BONDS
your "bit?" I It is hard for you, to be .__ VM1
sure but it is no help to the country. Y
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Results! are what count Now Is the :
War time :for all personal feelings and private ::1
Time"F r interests to be put aside. "Our ,
Country" should be foremost in every .
thought and deed ,,'nd. real action' '
J.s taken towards helping in the fight., ( ,
Don't try to live 'as usual. Fit .
Mean
iH yourself at once to the new needs that 1 1r
,, have arisen. Don't cloak your selfish I
appetite with the saying "If the'government : ;

would take really it"nedeed and similar all the excuses wheatit 1 1V

H 11 To You for doing no more then the law re /V' '\
quires. Down in your heart you V '
know that the government has always ,
,
depended upon the will'and spirit of 4 i L.
its people. It has even upheld per- ; .. .:1
I Are you complaining be- sonal privilege to the highest extent; I :.
It is "of.the people, by the people, for I 1 ?;
cause "war time" means coal \ 9a] the people" and even at this critical '"I
period is depending more upon the
shortage ; less sugar in your coffee; bad \ \. J spirit: of the people than upon the actual -
laws to be' enforced. .It will be "
business; less money than you think tI unfortunate if it becomes necessaryto .1
you ought to make? The change this policy of government .1.j
r which has made the word "America"

= What about the boys who ,are Third I stand representative out in the of the world's highest annals type as of - OUR YARMfr "i

I' fighting for you in France? Loan '1 liberty.Liberty does not mean license. SHELLED ,
Liberty Right is right whatever may be the i
For little technical interpretation of the law. iJ
you-a economy is your opportunity to I No one else can be responsible for our ,J

and deprivation. For them the prove the patriotism.that is i1 short the comings.front have The been needs told of in the no boysat uncertain Do You Think"This 'i

trenches the in your heart and on your lips terms. Every grain of what
i pitiless storms of rain and
; that you or I eat. whether it be on one "
_ sleet; the ceaseless deafening bombardment Your opportunity to day of the week or another, represents Never Could ? i.
the life blood of soldiersfor Happen
of the guns; hunger; cold and 'show Yotuself worthy of 53 insufficient nourishment our is as fatal -
the heroism, the devotion, the
fever; wounds and death. as ,the bullets of the enemy. Wecan't
.
self-renunciation of sol
your help knowing this. Why do we '
diers and sailors keep on eating wheat? Selfish indulgence That is what the farmers thought in Northern T
N That dwell I is plainly the only for t
d' you may in. reason
Your opportunity to there is enough else to keep our full France. If we do not win the war it may

dpeace, plenty, and security, they shareinsomesmalldegree, strength hearts and are vitality.so ineffectually Let the burdenour happen here.InvestinLiberty.
-
r the of those whoa carrying :
sacrifice everything, give everything, sufferings be shifted to cur palates and our
brave stand ready to make the supreme i= habits, and real results will be ob
everything, and face a nameless sacrifice for you c tained. Bonds I

r' grave. with.a smile and a song. Yes, and see that the pocketbook ,
All do is little
you can = does its share also. Don't wait until ,

l What enough. You simply lend = the money government from has in to taxes.take' Come your and help end the war on the other side of the '
away
are you doing, or giving Do it,and be glad you
your money. forward right now with all you can ocean and thus protect your home town
your
,
?, that can so much and raise for the
+ or sacrificing for them? you std purchase of the- Third
sorry you can no more. :: Liberty Loan bonds, and keep adding and your country, from invasion and:destruction.THIS .
to 'the amount by systematically buy- \
IUUnmUUlUlI\nnUlIlI\I l[ Tills ing War Savings Stamps. Look at te
: SPACE "
PAID FOR AND
CONTRIBUTED BY
SPACE PAID FOR AND CONTIUBUTED BT ]|IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUmnlUllffiF the situation squarely. It is not a iI
question of what would like to donor .
we
1
---- LI..rt. 550.4.- .... FLOYD'S CASH GROCERY! I
Overland .
Corner Store-anil Griffin's -
r. *{ Drug Garage .
Dealer ORANGE CENTERFarmers ---- -

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'are rejoicing over the
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good rain which visited tins sectionof t /
r Iir; the country, on Sunday night. 4

....,., ,,.' Crops Jester OFO i is all exhibiting looking: well.some Mr..Chas.fine I'" ;'I'BUYLIB: : R' "Y, .;BONDS 'j' .
1 "" : very :. ;[' \ 'J ,. ,
{} potatoes grown on his farm.j; ,, A $ ,,\\1 \1, ", ', lo""r! ". : :r. ;')' "I'I' >'..tMt.! + lflMr.it1 1 B ston'and",Mr.iv(:Morgan I Bron J __ jmm Jl "- at,the home of ii.'E. SiYour boys dlour, boys 1t There"
1 son were guests / ; ( are, .? !! r. nn L }
-
Bronson on Wednesday night their brothers' are going. ; f ff' '. )
f ?Misses Hattie and Annie Christmas '
,
J Shall we make them easy target for the Huns'by'
1 accompanied by the Misses Nonie and
Lillie Bronson were visitors at Or- stinting; their supplies of guns, ammunition food and '
lando on Monday. clothing?
Mrs. M E. Maddux and son. Ran- Every dollar loaned to Uncle Sam helps to down the
dall, accompanied by Misses Ada and kaiser.
r a' Florence Maddux were guests at the
1 ri home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jesteron Buy Third Liberty Loan",Bonds today.
, r. Sunday.Mrs. .
c A It.. E. Bronson and daughter, ITS AN HONOR TO OWN THEM.
Miss Nonie, Mrs. Bishop and Mrs.
t i r >r Walton enjoyed a flshimr trip to Bon .
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer
f4 r I net creek one day the past week. Company .
Miss Annie Christmas was the
li : guest of Miss LiJliC' Bronson on Sun- Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers.

[ 11 day.We Dealers in Spray Machinery and Insecticides.
are glad to learn that Mrs. .
Lester Flint, who has been sick the JACKSONVILLE, FLA. j
f 1ii past week is convalescent '. I

J iJ i -. -llaT Llbrrlr lIoade--r '

I f I ,- V DEER PARKMrs. 11 i t


i I Chas. Donegan has just re- ,. I
ii turned from a two weeks' visit with
: her sister, Mrs. Pat Johnston, of
Kissimmee.Mrs. .
., W. S. Knight purchased an Farmers CreedWhen J 'J
elegant piano whose notes give new .
fj.: l \ life to Deer Park.
H Mr. II. C. Avant took Mr. E. P.
$
i : Eagerton by auto jto Orlando when a plumber makes a mistake he charges time for it. VV.

\'f.. I' the latter made a "short but sweet" When a lawyer makes a mistake, it's just what he wanted, because It i
.
visit with his family.Mr. be has a chance to try the case all over again. ,I
; is
H. II. .ElarbeeJr., again
i Meet Your with us, full of smiles as usual. Wises a carpenter makes a mistake, it's just what he expected, "
Uncle Sam
: : Mr. W. II. Kempfer, his sister,
'
'
1 Mary, Mr. J. J. DeFrehn -and daughter because the chances are tea to one he never learned his business.

: Evelyn, had a ,pleasant trip to When an electrician makes a mistake, he blames it on "induction. ," ';

t- "He's got a bagfull! of the best securities on earth-he stands Kissimmee Mrs. R. L.last Rome week.is recovering: froma because nobody (knows what that iki ,
When doctor makes mistake be
two 'weeks' illness. a a buries it, "
behind it-you' know what that means. He's putting these fighting bonds head Mr.Kissimmee-ward Gordan Boss turned last his Tuesdayand horse's When a judge makes a mistake, it becomes the law of,the land. '

into the homes of our folks from Maine to California. Why, man, this is the rroorta' having bed a fine time. When preacher makes mistake, nobody knows the difference. ;.

Ida- ,I. chance of a lifetime-to help this grand old country, Kempfer's The large grounds magnolia are trees again on W.filling H. Bat'a farmer, he is different He cannot tarn HIS mistakes into .+

.and to something by for that little house the air with fragrance.Mr. profit as other people do. He must use good judgment;.much muscle;
r the /
on
and Mrs. W. R. Butter spenta
feed HIS LAND, as weD as HIS CATLE; supplicate Providence
have been with.friends in Eau Gallia for t;
hill few days -
you dreaming about. Meet Your
recently. rain;J and hoe like the diwil all the time., In fact, my boy, you've got (,

Uncle Sam Mr. H. C. Avant and family, accom- to "go some'' to be a successful farmer, and you take fewer chances i
"Honest goods? Believe me there panied by Mr. E. P. Eagerton spent I ,
never Sunday: at Narcoo see. I when yon fertilize your soil with BOWKER'S BONE MIXTURES. '

t : was such ,goods. at any ,Bank or.Bond While :repairing the gasoline en- They have been used since 1873. Let as send you our Farmer'
J gine at the atill, W. S. Knight had ,. Almanac for 1918., '
his band
> Booth painful injury- right was
>"Vfhatl! You were looking everywhere caught in the fly wheel. Some of the tSSIMMEE '
and get >into bones were broken, but Mr. Knight .is WAREHOUSE

for;just...this chance? Fine! Open the bag. Uncle! the !lgh.t'-arnl honest to try enough out to his admit new that rod and he wanted reelon V J.:T. BnrckLalter, Salesman l

' He's' one ,of us. He'll take a dozen." Kta St Johns river.

. get in big..!! For ,Indirection.. BOlouMeM. Constipation or Bowker Fertilizer Works ,

pi 11I1111 THIS JBTACa, PAID .toil_AND CONTRIBUTED ,BY BUIIIUUU R Just try one decent bottle of LAX-VOS aetaar7 .f th*'Am.H .. Aartnltvral. Chemical C '

State Ba ink t of' Kissimmee Laxative WITH nPSJN.pleasant) to'A take.Liquid Made Digestive and CORNELIUS Florida Sales CHRISTIANCY Manager. .ea.y. "
i j, recommended' to the public by Paris Medicine '
\ } : manufacturers Laxative Bromo Room 606.Heard Bid,.. ? Jackswwille, Florida L
yiinirm and/Gsove's. Tasteless TftH: Tonic., ,/ ..
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1 3 o I. RUMINATIONS OF REX' I.


Sternuous efforts are. being made to by our industrious citizens in n way
unite tho potato growers\ in,this sec- that will' expel him from our borders.,
tion, which we most decidedly believe Reports from Bull, Cuab Grass,
r ra (Iy ./ to be a' move in the right direction, Jug, Sand Gully and Shingle creeks 1
: / though the old saying I In that compe- appear to be favorable for a large ,
n tition is the life of trade ,and may in. crop and a greater area .hna been
. 1 olden times have placed the buyer planted this year than common I(
; Ii' and seller on art! equal footing, but our farmers can' be depended on { LIBERTY
speculation has torn that theory to doing their; hare. '
threads and is calculated to neriously i The most wonderfulresult .
injure those who originate that which In this war is the astounding BOND
enters into tho competing articles. of the financial affairs of our ,
The merchants have their mercantile Billions of dollars' worth of ,
; \ union, the cotton men their exchange, have been purchased by our
,t and all business men have their cooperative not a dime .foreign debt created
.f combinations, leaving the the issue; 'pur' soldiers are the
farming class .on tho outside to be paid of any in the world end .
.f.fit operated against "y> them all. This cared for generaly, than the '- rtTHECAUStofRK.ttTt
leaves him subject to any impositionthat forces of Europe, and., they aro'in : Ali
may be practiced by those well win the war and' Rex believes I
C prepared purchasers the Fermer' _al will do it;.
liance and Wheelers appeared to dem- Our weekly visit to )IrJ; Joe
:, }: onstrate the fact that the farmer found that old gentleman in a
FEATHER would not submit to a discipline that what improved condition March !
t. would give them prominence among naturally seVere.on the Invalid.
(, YOUR NEST those who bought and sold, and ,the the 'advent of April the
'r consequence wne that these alliances appears to revive. i
were rent asunder by outside influences \ At Mr. John Drawdy'ft all is
you invest your money in and if the truck raisers come Miss DorB/ls doing well enough to
/ WHEN Bonds together and unite on any one theory able to resume her housework. % These Bonds:
. you are not giving and will put cuch' theory, into practice is looking after general matters.
money to your country. You arp they can put an end to the excessive lan thinks his little sister tho,
i s speculation now existing.We thing in the 'world, and-Miss yell, Mean< So1*
making .the safest investment in the have heard' some complaintmade beautiful daughter of Mr. S. C.
4 J and about the taste created by the is assisting in the house. '
world
your money wjll come foreign elements that have been instilled We must say a few words conc< Than Money
back to you with interest, at a time into them but these ever ready ing the city clerk, Mr; Gilbert.
fault finders would have in' most called him in business
on a .
when you may need it far more than cases been unable to discriminate had tion and not only'found himone

,. you do now. And remember- they not known that orders had been the best informed officials in the be of little use to'
I issued for the service. Patriotism de- but willing to give Information
EtJtry Bond you Mntfttt In mands a sacrifice and whether we re- gentlemanly way to an inquirer.The should win the ,war
ceive it in that spirit or not we must new time arrangement has
May Sale a Solditr' LV' submit. ated some confusion among our over here to complete
; There :has been an error created by ple. One hour, change is
.' Thl Space P.ld For nd Contributed By many of our people concerning the some cases, but the housewife subjugation. Invest
nativity of our neighbor (Mr. Muller)) had been accustomed to rise at :
an impression has been created that a. m. in order that her husband Bonds-one Bond
Independent Fisheries Company he is a German. Hasty conclusionshad be on time to his work, failed in ,
11 created the error which might be mornings to appreciate the may save his life. i t.
used to that gentleman's disadvan- The Democratic rooster still
tage. Mr. Muller is a Hungarian, r in clarion notes for the boys on
dependency of Austria. That noted other aide of the water. He against devttization"
patriot Gen Kosauth, came from that when .the German soldiers
], Ugh! Calomel Sickens; Salivates! Hungary several years ago to 'pro little common sense knocked in
'
cure aid for his country from the despotism old hard noddles they will take ) ,AND CONTRIBUTED. BY (I-r f +
T of Austria. We were not in a advice he could give them now
Please Try Dodson's Liver Tone position at that time to render him quit that miseraable old kaiser. COMPANY
the assistance ho desired bqt arc do- Hunters' Paradise is being
I ing so now, and the noble Hungarians with uncommon vigor and
may yet exist r-s a separate nnI Rex has plans for coming
I am sincere! :My medicine does not upset liver tion. which can not be disclosed at
I Rex can fully appreciate the letter without the guilt of a breach of COOP TO THE LAST DROPMflXWELL
and bowels so you lose a day's work. vou published from Camp Wheeler. The general opinion appears
This is neither the time nor place for that our, county will surprise the
I I calamity howlers. The United S'ltes tives. The area that has been
is in this Will to stay until justice fs and the general condition of the
d : Calomel )loses 3-011 a dav.1 You. druggist sells for a few cent a large I done, and to weaken our armies in the seem to predict that the people
know what .calomel) is. it's bottle of field by regrets and tears would onl' are fanning will make an
mere Dodson's Liver Tone, whichis HOUSE
have a tendency'to injure our cause showing.:. The farmers mortgage
I.. oiryj quicksilver. Calomel) is danporous. entirely vegetable and pleasant to and strengthen our opponents. If appears to be coming.; This long
: It crashes) .into- sour blip) take and is a perfect substitute for those who have boys and: :husbands; layed means has really been an
; like dynamite, cramping and sickening cnlomel. It is guaranteed to start the army could read the letter and jury to those farmers who COFFEE
; )'ou. Calomel attacks they your liver without stirring enter fully into the spirit of it, it their crops under the impression
you up would aid the cause. this means would help them out,
1 bones and should never be put into inside and not salivate.
can }
Crops in our .city are doing as wellas their failure to. receive it :has
if your system. Don't take calomel It makes you could bo expected. A threateneddrought some of them to throw out a : ASK YOUR GROCER

When you feel bilious, sluggish, sick the next day ; it )loses you a day's has been dispelled by rain the crop, planted
constipated and all knocked out and work. Dodson's Liver Tone straightens and everything seems to indicate that As We are on the old time yet -

w believe vou need a dose of dangerous you right up and you feel grent. old hard times will be responded to will have to close and try to catch ''

Calomel just remember thlt your. Give it to the children as well. lnomnnnDD1D1ID1!

. . . . by Mrs. II. T. Gaines, have paid
., -- : EPWORTH 'II on church collections, besides 1
LEAGUE
i home offerings. 1

.J way to be safe league Ocala institute district will Sunday hold its school first Necessary

: Kissimmee Leaguers will be interested stitute at Inverness next month. .
"
;
; X :"' to learn that, South Jacksonville I ond institute. will be at
r"m"1 that.tnbsonly' way' to be safe is never': Leaguers who are assisting in the I Bro A. H. Cole and Miss Carter and Ships

I feel ; u.t-that pr verb was made before the. building,i of a beautiful church of I arranged a splendid program./ V"I

Fl Two Hartfords. "*began'1 i to T d effect tiheirf complete 1 I insurance] lime-faced concrete blocks, will ,place J Kendrick, Colton; Plant and I
'
I -i.."'i IIP. ilil il memorial ;window;fort the late' Rev'1 field.leagues are ,asked to :
protection. RJLMIoniker; former'pastor./' As he : in.latter.!:**, tiMJiiU,\;' :!! essential of the ;h
the first in :Assistant E. I2'Editor'C. :
If have fire insurance have organized league .Florida C. 1 ?
you a policy wisely guarded
,you at Kissimnue: 5 years ago, we are writes that he is pleasantly '* .,,., .. "
I against one source of loss, but there are many others which hoping that contributions to this purpose with Naval Training camp at

might cause you as:much loss as a fire. 'The will be many. Ocala Senior folk, Va. He is much missed in farmer and the
League made first contribution. local and state work. -
INSURANCE Gainesville district continues to Work'up reports for state
Service war emer,
lead. Mrs. S. B. Phifer of High I ence first church Jacksonville, every

t OF THE Springs, junior secretary, reports anew 3-6. promptly furnished ,
league at La Crosse, Melrose, I I Evangelism is the thing ,
HARTFORD' Archer and Newberry. f day. The world if ever;, in its of wholesome
I must know how to seek find
/pnd
-j High; Springs: Seniors number. 90, I vation. Have league
led by President Geo. F. Alexander, your g. t'l
spiritual.
'I. as'ordsprotectionagainstevery < Jr. Quiet Hour and Fellow Worker ,
MAUD B.
f possible contingency. We Covenants number 30 each. :Members LITTLE
\ Ocala, March 29. E. L. can claim a m
would like for the Tither's Covenant 16. .
an opportunity to I
J ) Fine devotional meetings. Expect to time efficiency.
explain it to you. send good delegation to JacksonvilleJune THRIFT AND WAR .

I'I'T I' 3-6. .. SAVINGS
has shipped to
'' i ,
D. G. WAGNEHIntHrance Miss Edith Carter ef Dade City, ,
,1' now at Southern College, assisted by Government and r,
I One of
I the most thrilling
->-Bon ior at last Sun- on Thrift and War Savings
Citizen Bank BIdg. Kusimmee / League Friendship to make this week is relative ,
day. Miss Carter is making a fine
officer as secretary of the. Ocala. Dis contest last Friday in the
school. Fifty boys and
- - girls
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--"" ------,-"" ,...- trict.Miss Edythe Yates of Bartow. secretary from the 4th and 8th grades Pounds ((400 carloads)

of that district, reports 15 new basis of competition in their pork, and lard, since;
I tive grades, delivered their
members in Lakeland. League since

One Hundred and FortyTwoYearsof 11|last Senior quarter.League Good at Mission East Fort class.Myers New, having in the been high chosen school from auditorium each 1, 1918.

I The list of winners
one from
Rev. W. O. Troutman, pastor. Two of
Labor and StruggleTHE Bartow Leaguers united with church grade, appears elsewhere in we shipped

I recently. Miss Yeates has written to I I pre.These
every pastor or league president in and showed papers were truly ((800 carloads)
enthusiasm
her district anent the condition of warm
American fought their first i' only for winning in this
people ,their chapters, or the organization of contest: is increasing.
in interest in the
for liberty and the rights of self- ''a league. vigorous
tion of the -
government one hundred and forty two I I Kathleen President League Roy has S. Troutman 51 members.of tory. war to an horonable are limited by the

This is
in
years ago. | All departments busy. Budget sys- resulting enlarged
chase of stamps, but the best to 9 per cent
tem is used. At last business and social -
I ... q J At that time and for many yean thereafter, meeting 1G joined the Quiet Hour and it is sentiments the fact that patriotic in the meat depart-
II are
crystclizjng
: their realization of their national aspirations and of and Fellow Workers Covenant! At minds of these children.

-;.,., the goal toward which they were really striving i lone of their men devotional and women meetings took part.over them from the planting of these' [ means about 2 cents

was vague and indistinct. But step by step they I I Key young West Citizen gives fine write- will doubtless develop into sales.) No profit

r struggled coward and upward toward alight which up of the Union District E. L. organ- triotic spoon, chairman.characters.-W. B.

f, grew clearer. their eyes and mind. slowly opened 'sec-retary: 'I '
.
to its significance. Today result of their | KISSIMMEE LADY '
I ,as a struggles monthly at La Trinidad church. He with the
and their sacrifice, we possess and enjoy oiir reports leagues of South' Miami distract USE OF MORPHINE
priceless American institution as improving. Their district institute the best of our ability.
: The Immediate at Key West had 150 attend- "Troubled about 10 years with ,
fl These institution must be preserved. The ants and was very helpful. "All for the doctors called gall strnop,

need structure so laboriously reared in these one hunIsthehlvest Christ. thought I would die before the 1918 Year Book, con-
Sutherland and Clearwater leagues could get here, when he woild
i dred and forty-two years will be utterly destroyed observed Holy Fellowship week this 'me a ,hypodermic of morphine and instructive

F ment of our if we do not spring to its defense with every atom Eastertide. Clearwater has a new vise 'an operation. A on request.
of our energy and determination. This it not a Junior League under Miss Kathleen me about Mayr's Wonderful Swift,ft Company

money in situation which may be trifled with or evaded or Plumb.Tallahassee', for stomach trouble and. since I Chicago, Illinois
i' District has a new the first dose 2 years >>go I
LIBERTYBONDS 'put.o&. It i is one which must be met now *today league at Spririgdale, Fenhollowaycircuit had an attack or needed a
t f -no matter what sacrifice* it may entail or what 20 members 16 of whom sub- mic." It is a simple harmless
the cost may be. scribe to the Epworth Era. Trinity aration that the removes the & Company
" League Tallahassee, reported ,by mucus from the intestinal .
President Miss Jeanette Byrd had allays the inflammation which' s. A.
TkU Space Pal* Fr W,Ce trb to4 87 "' ''n''lMM1 nine accessions to league during the I practically aU stomach liver .. .
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a recent meeting held. by Dr. S.; W, testinal ailments, including '\ .ii
A.S. Walker. .. citU. One dose will convince or : J .) ...11I1111IIII Iiiii i UIIIImmm"' .
GLBERT
,. South .Jacksonville Juniors reported.!I refunded. J. Z. Roberson /

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1'D THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY. APRIL 19, 1918 ..

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T The StandardFarnilyRemedy I Proceedings of the County Commissioners - --- ,


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Kisaimmee Fla., April 1, 1918. I motion that the'road described in pe-
The Board of County Commissioners -I tion filed with the board September

of Osceola county, Florida, met I 3, 1917 viz.:. beginning at Deer Park
in regular session on the above date, and run north through townships 25, .

there being present: Ernest Mach 26 and 27 to Taylor creek, be granted, .
chairman; E. eretreet J. K. which motion was seconded by Com-
+ Milliard A. F. Bass and B. 1(. Guy missioner E. L. D. Overstreet and

\ for Children'and commissioners; Milton Pledger, attorney carried; said road to be surveyed and

for the board, and J. L. Over- opened at soon. as possible. 5:' :t t

street, clerk. Mr. W. E.,. .Smith appeared before
The board was called to order by its the board and stated that "the- road on
GrownUpsConstipation chairman'and the minutes of the regular the county line between Osceola and -

and special sessions of March. Orange counties at Boggy creek was

1. .. were rpncl and"approved., in need of repairs, ana said that he
Mr. 11.' G. Thomas appeared before thought Orange county would be.willing -
is a condition that' has to the board and stated that Mrs. L. to pay for1 part of such repairs;'

Mahles, who was now receiving $5.00 :whereupon Mr. L. R. Farmer as supemitendent -
be guarded against, from infancy to old from,,t'ho county, could not live on of roads, was instructedto
such small amount and asked them to go before the Orange county ,board
age. Dr. Caldwell,; Syrup. :Pepsin, a .combination allow her more ifthey could; where and ascertain if they would assist in Is your

herbs with upon on a motion made by Commissioner making the necessary repairs on said i ,
of simple laxative A.. }'. Bass and seconded by road.. ,, '* ?

arid and is Commissioner E. L. D. Overstreet, Commissioner A.; F., Bass made a home ,Certain-teed
pepsin, acts' easily naturally: as and carried the clerk was instructedto motion that Mr. Pledger be allowed o'

for'vchildren it is effective draw a warrant for $8.00 per $200 for validating the bonds in Special
safe and pleasant as month to Mrs. Mahlea. Road and Bridge District No., 3, You pay"for insurance against a fire Joss that may

even' the constitution.All A committee composed o1( Mr. A. S. Osceola(county, which motion was Are equally protected against loss ;fi
strongest happen.
on ,
Nelson, J. E. Lupfer and Pat Johnston seconded by Commissioner J.. .,1C Milliard you '
appeared before the board in the- interest and carried. that surely zJ '7/happen if your home remains un-

DrujgistsOcts. of the potato growers, and ask- MY. Gillespie as representative of painted-or poorly? painted ? Is your-property
( and $1.00. ed them to assist the growers in dig" the Alabama Paving Company, ap- deterioration and decay?
ging the potatoes, but the road crew peared before the board and asked Certain-teed against

obtained,free being small at present the board de- them to pay the company $59.80 .for VVherevr there is need for plillt:! or Vlrna: lhat need Is' "PP>: 'A trial bottle cat) be of charge: by writing clined to make any definite 'promise repairs ({one on Shingle, creek road Crtai.tu'Paint or Varnish made for the purpose. For interior will*.

t to Dr. W. H. Caldwell, Washington St., Monticelld, 111. to. help unless"*they could, get. more while being used as a detour, and after ceiJin!:.. .woodwork floors and .furniture, for exterior walls,'roof..
prisoners. some discussion between Mr. Gil porches! ,outbuildings! : and porch ftirm.ure-thrre it.a //Wprodoct
Mr. Put Johnson also \ naked the lespie And the board, Commissioner J. made td withstand the use or exposure to which it will be subjected.Cerqjeed .
board to advance $100.00 'on dippingvat K. Hilliard made a motion that the .

at the Parker place; no action. board refuse to pay the bill; motion

C A. CARSON. President N..C: BRYAN Secretary taken. lerondcd. by Commissioner. A.. F.. Bass
Mr. C E. Carlson, representing, the and carried.

Peninsular Engineering: Company, The following bills were examined,
: The Waters & Carson came before the board and asked lot approved and ordered paid:
an 'extension 'of 20 days to get bond 11.\.-nu. Fund IK-fiind from Paints and Varnishesare
for motion of Com Road ]'"u lid. error wt No. 8734 S 75,OU
company; upon ,
1'Ine and I"orr..llur' Fund,
missioner A. F. Bass and carried, request error )\1, b5u7 i to au 7 refund .- 21.00; are more decorative than ordinary pInu-deir! colors and finlsh-mor.
was granted. Ernest: Mach t'omttiJtuilom-r. ___. til oil clear and IlIltroUI. And they are. ia the! ultimate more economical for
Grocery CompanyWholesale Mr. Carlson also asked'' the board I K HHllard. romnilculoncr., ____ 152t spread farther and last longer. Each color h priced according. 10
I I': I. II Overstroit, ronir. _____ (
14,410
i to make application to the A. C. L. ,\ I I.* Bass, ci ntinl inUim ___ 111 "MlH its cost of production;whereat most paints are told at a flat price,baaedupon
R. l K. Co. for a freight credit of $10- H I 000.00 per month; whereupon the f 13 la...H, Janitor Ri>.uil
Milton I'lMduer st-------------- :2'i! S4 Porch and Lawn FurnitureThe
board passed a resolution asking for For
and Retail DealerinGROCERIES +IT M .
l Murphy judge ( <> ('t. 2R nil'
such cred t. 1 I I11' li Ciawford. rros Alt). _n_'. S3.S3 man In the illustration\ Riving( his porch and lawn furniture a
Mr. Carlson also raked the board J I. Ovriitreet dark & auditor I u.\11I> coat: of Cirtatn-ttiJ Floor and Furniture Stain. The *ua will:! not fade
for "material credit not to exceed 801!j 11 I II Inttram core jail __?_,_n_ It.60iH its color, rain will not dim its Juttrej hot weather wi'l! not soften it*
per cent of the invoiced pr'ces: of ma-'I aml.K Evans Co. demonstrator, __.. 10000Montsdocn turfice. This Main: like all other Ctrlam-tttJ pro lets, u compounded -
tnnlntenanco ;
. terial received on the right of way I H O Livingston malnL ________ Ann S.00Mra of pure materials: properly proportioned accurately mixed Y'
of road, whereupon Commissioner A. M. Hrofison, mutnt ?_______ 7.00 by machinery under the supervi.ton cf paint: expert .
I; Frank Evans, nutlnt. ________ 5.uuMm
F. Bass made a motion that credit I J HrlKht.. malnt u_.______ BOO C".ta1ItmPaints and Varnishes are made; ( for all uses, in all
00 000 00 . 0 0 0 . 0000 . . 00r . be granted, provided that nothing in Mrs Janle Johns, mulnt nnU 5.00
.. said action shall in any way conflict I K Woolpn, Jiialut.__--_______ BOO colors and in all sizes
WE SELL 0 4> WE BUT 4 with the terms of the contract, and Mm 8 A Wilson malnt __n___ 6.00Vella of cans. Any store that
l ______ ar-
ColllnKton. malnt 4.00
i 0 4 provided further, that the} total If Tlllls. malnt u__ .____uu_. S.00 tells paints can supply .
HAT .. amount of material received under Jan Clemirntn. ", al..t. ________. 6.UO If the dealer you
0 0 HIDES 4 said credit shall not exceed the total Mrs Jlncy Vadtcett. malnt. ___. 500 you. rnsuumaunmwomlwunnmm n sslensd
!Mrs __ ___ apply to cannot imme-
A Simmon malnt H 00H
0 4 amount of material to be used on the n
GRAIN MrClfllnnd! mulct ______ BOO what I
FURS 4 road which motion was seconded by Mm I. Mall I.... malnt ____un u 5.oil) diately supply you
FERTILIZERS Commissioner B. H. Guy and carried. A M Ij Chauncv malnt, __?_____ 6.00 want he can obtain it
Messrs. Davis and Giles Mm O M Young .malnt. 1500
0 WOOL .. 4 appeared Julia Jernlwran, malnt. -r------___n___ S.00Mm promptly.
SHINGLES before the board in the interest of M Smith malnt. ____,. 6.00
AND the Hartford Accident and Indemnity 1,? Vowle, malnt._._:____.1__j____ BflO Certain-teed .
ORANGE BOXES . 4I Company and presented certain res- Amelia Kvons, mnliit, ____uu Bon Product Corporation
J .___ ___ .
II _
Owens malnt 1' 00DniCola
e ALL 4 olutions to the board for theirc consideration Ildw Co. impelled--to Jail 2.NO Offi_.aotdw.........is t.. 11fR1QTURF 117ApR ;TA
0 ORANGE WRAPS. and adoption, for release alley laifttr., blanks, officers/ 8.26Yall..y I'ri8cJpeI c.....of Asr1.+
COUNTRY of the amount of Hard Surface Road Uazptte, legal adv 1976 Msudsetw'.eFCertainteed
0 4 W U Tel Ceo., messes. furcComm, :.18Klllott
VEGETABLE CRATES. Funds in the First National Bank of .Flutter Co 'K 1.' 11.12 !0s"1N1n
Hell
C PRODUCE 4 St. Cloud; whereupon CommissionerA. M J Hick. Inimnity case __ 2.00 t .
.
CRATE NAILS F. Bass made a motion that said I K Uerbyshlre I Insanity cane ____ 2.00 Ptiinti-Vam Ae.-
resolution be adopted, which motionwas John 8 Cadet, Insanity cane -.,-- 1.00 footingCertainteed 2e/IlIe511/If2alflflla1/ +111I11
. 000000000 . 0 . 000000000 4> 4> + + 4> 4We > seconded by Commissioner' J. K. I. H Inftram, coats Insanity case A.90 .-----d
T M Murphy, cost Insanity taso %.00
Milliard end adopted.Mr. Cltlaens Bank, witness, pay roll a I
sell field and garden seeds of all kinds. 1. J. Stewart appeared before March term Co. Ct. __._______ .IS.:J'l Paints and Varnishes sold in Kissimme by

\ Wi give special attention. fitting out hunting and camping parties the board in the interest of the Shaker C T M I. Murphy nandyv cmomlsslons.'o.ts Co Judge____Ct__ 42792V \4 26 r

1 Free delivery! in city limit. 'Phone No. 12. Colony, Btjatong/ that |tihe (Dixie \ A: C Urn ,r<>. mippila tu l> F._ .1.: Highway as it now runs went through L..II Farmer; firt on frt I' K___. 25.T7
We are county; agents for good fertilizers. Ask us for circular and pries the Shaker Colony lands, and asked j Odcrola Hdw Co. sup, to I' F____ 2.10W
I" I I '_____._. ..
Rattan guard _
on fertilizers. (U.,S. Food Administration License No. G-ZZ092) them to place a fence on either aide (I W Ashtonsupt, Kraillns 75 40.09,00I

of the right of way no action taken. R Farmer, road .upti(.w @Ulyti12A-| .00W H nj
Mr. John S. Cade, appeared before & C \\' &: C Oro Co.9mulaifcedBlRHHl8IR) | .J .'I.; .., .
.' "
the board as a representative of Mr. leo illti..d"( ; .,"". ,. , '
J Clark road i work I Bt Cloud 25 00 '.
P. C. Clifford et al.,' and asked ,that 11,C Stanford ,I Bhoes i to Hi OB20.75Oiu '
they grant a right of way 30 feet *,,nln- Hdw r.A sup. tn If n '--'17 3KCorner LIKE BACONYOU
wide from the Sugar Belt Ry. south Drug Store drugs :to'R0 4::70
Bank L It Farmer paid for extra wk 6.00 ','
State eight and one-half miles for construc- J O Lanl..r. road work ._n___. 4100) J
tion of railroad, etc.; whereupon on J J I>ann, shoeing mules ______ S.00W
motion of Commissioner A. F. Bass B Maklnion. sap to It G ____ 3d.55
ACL. Ry Co.. tgt mat. 8 C road 417.010 know how
seconded by Commissioner E. L. D. cooking'
Ala PavingCo.., brick .
3 C Road S55 76
of Kissimmee Overstreet and carried, a resolution .* 8 .Acr..... road work _?____. 39.80
granting.said request was passed. Ilert Arnold, mule feed ____on. 1.26 out all the rich
Mr C. S: Acree appeared before T M Murphy Judge Jv. Ct. ___. It,SOHt

the board and informed them that he J II Cloud'Owen Tribune Inspector legaladv election.:____ 50 2.00.00 pungent flavor of baconthere's -

vfJ The of the world had made arrangements with C. A. C. H Padgett. Insp. election ___-- 2.00
eyes, Straub for location of- dipping vat in .F M Kdrla ,lnsp election ____e. 2.00 nothing that tastes _' ., .
Heft Arnold .Insp. election ___. 2.00 .
1 the Point.
W O McClellsnd In.p election__ 2.00 better. But wouldn't like
Mr. W. I. Barber appeared before John H Kaladen Insp election__ 2.OO you
the board and rsked them to purchasean A L, Hunt Insp. election ____ 2.00
the
are on man who adding machine for his- office, but Vf I Barber, commissions ______ 181.26 it raw.. 'e
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City Market, meat to P F ____ 4.50
the board not having made an allowance KI.... Valley Gazette, blank to .
n for such purchase in the 1917 tax assessor ___.._______j____ 1300 IT'S TOASTED .
budget, declined to buy the machine. II) li Guy ret ballot boxes ___. 11.00If
'H \\'.)' .., exam road book ____ 8.75
Mr. R. J. Patterson/ member of the Hemlnole Pharmacy drugs _._. 6.<0 .
Tax Commission, came before the Ht Cloud Tribune, blanks offrs 4.50 So we toast the Burley tobacco 'tl
board and explained to them the purpose State Road Dept, exp. test brick 88. .20 '
SAVESPAUSE of work of the commissioners, Georgia Ct. Cloud Jo ng.road Co., --------------4802.91 road work on use 1 In LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes h

and insisted that they assist the Tax Clay Johnson fgt on Ibr Ft KIs, 113.811 for exactly the same reasonto ' ,
Assessor In every way possible to get Kmll': Mach mowing men to Co_. 75.00 I
all valuations on real 'estate and per- KmII' Mach iras and oil to Co..23 bring out the rich solid flavor: rII'
,r7 'Emil Mach. team hire .____. 8.00
sonal property equal whereupon, the J K Slnirletary, lumber .___._.? 7,14
board assured Mr. Patterson that K O Rats, list of voters _____- 2000 ,
they would do all they could to assist K D Katz, depy reg. officers :: 10000:
Kiss E L, &: W P. light and wtr U.84 J
for a moment man the assessor, Kiss Tel Co., rent ____________ 715
young Mr. B. A. Patten appeared) before W 11 Crawford, pros atty fees.. 8000 ,
_ the board and presented a petition C K McCrory. court stenog____ 77,81 "
a thought to self. The signed by tho; property holders in his L H Ingram ,feed prisoners .... 350.50
Jos H Jones, tel. wit. Ct Ct__.. 1,70
community asking that road as pray- J L Uverstreet, court costs .... 140,16
problems that confront you now, or ed for in petition filed with the board Claud Hylvester malnt. ........ 6.00
at March meeting be not changed. L, H Initram. ct. costs fall term 95.75
i will few hence. The board took The Tax Collector's report showed
until 1:30p.
a years a recess t2A.26 collected for general license,
: m. I2i0 for auto license and $120 for polls.
? {t t The board reconvened at 1:30: p. m., The Depositories reports showed the
Look about tie of affairs In
.TOO- men country, state, natio- a full board being present.Mr. following balances in the various

yea fa tie world, are the men who start, tLto.sar. early in life. S. R. Fields of Loughman funds for April lat._1918_ :
''I t appeared General fund ________$2081. 8
I before the board in the Inter- Fine and Foefelture ______.___ 87S.12Iload
+ r Tfcey Bare tae respect and confidence of the commnnirr.Tfcea est of road as per petition filed by and Bridge _____.._______ 6606.22Special 'i 2
Publicity _____________ 185122 .'"
i Mr. A. B, Patten, and asked them to Hard Surface ___________ 126607 II' "
t look on tae other side-at tae fellows who spend aft they consider some changes in the route, Hit&: JJ Dlst No. 1__________n__ 14.46 '"
saake have time for while whereupon, the board agreed to notify Paid warrants were ordered cancelled \,
-they nay a goed a bat what does their from the various funds as follows: .'
personality reflect? Mr. Fields when the.. survey wouldbe General Revenue _____________$1497.16 j
made. "Fine and Forfeiture ________. 51.60
Mr. J. M. Lee appeared before the Road and Bridge _____h______ If 11.06
A dollar or-so deposited in this bank will be the board and stated that the citizens of Special' Publicity ___.,,._______. 100.00 -<
Hard Surface toad __________ 9604.82 I
ancled of aa honorable, independent career. Kissimmee were trying to raise a There being; no further business be- ..

Make your beginning now-today. Your bank fund to build a bath house at East fore the Board motion :for adjourn- 'J'i'

? book win pave the way. Lake and asked them to donate $500to ment was made and duly seconded "i.
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said fund; no action taken. and the board adjourned to meet in .. :,
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J1 Capital stock _______________. ___. ____ 100000.00 The clerk presented and read t1 regular session May 8th, 1918. \ ,
of Mr. H. E. conditionof
report Wyl.
:t t jtntarca, ) .OYII'_-------_.....,.----_- 600,000.00. the County RoaM Book on also bill of '

j Officers and Directors ordered:Mr. Wyle paid.for.work $8.76; which was Aw-y with DEADLY POISON nr

i The board instructed the clerk.to
C.: A. CARSON President H. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY V-P. pay the following bills: Capt. Clay "\

j.* ROMA THOMAS CeaUer Johnson $93.65- :freight on lumber to KiLLS PATS, MICE AND GOPHERS?
I Ft. Kissimmee; Seminole Pharmacy .

X. C. BaT AN; N. B. CARBON, M.KATZ, $5.60 for medicines for paupers; von SAts a S. ;

Co A. CARSON, H. FLEMING K. L. LESLEY, Georgia Engineering Company $4- CENTBM DRUGSTORE I ,.
/ WADE; TUCKER, Oirectora 802.97 for balance work on St. Cloud ,_ rel.. Fla.1k I
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Mr. L. R. Farmer presented a statement ksksM cwt Beet. Net Auld'tile .... :

sihowing ,the amount due the ____.5 its tosis ... ks.tM.a.et.3.AIb: .
t county Paving Co. for Ti,.sIWMO8 UWlNist+. -_....urrQooialee : .
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j699.47.Commissioner ... 4.es net ss- a..es.-, i0
Year Job Printing, !from the Valley Gazette grading, ri....IS...... .-b..lite Nil r.*... ..
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY APRIL 19, 1918 1\ ELEVEN


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'announced lie candidacy for reelection WESTERN UNION REMODEL. I legal hours of sale, namely 11. a. m. l. .. 6. T"/.11, 11. 16. IT. II tit Block
SHINGLE CREEK *s commissioner from this district. and 1 p.. m., offer for pale and sell to 101 of Plat\ of nunnym.de. all of said
F ..,. C old The fact that work is at iNG OFFICE IN: THIS CITY the highest and beat bidder. therefor. land being situate lying and being In
( present 'for cash Lot 4 of B. C. Miller's Subdivision Twp. IS So. RanII E. a. the properly *
Mrt. Nellie Rogerd and children being done on the Shingle Creek- The Western Union Telegraph! Co. of Block R of W. A. fat rick'. of the defendant Narcoo... Farm
Kissimmee hard road is due largely Addition Klaslmme City I OsceolaCounty ei: Townslt Company and I will on
What b visited Thursday and Friday at the is having their Kissimee office i"lbrida r
want quick relief. Here : com- .
you This sal will b* heldunder the ith day' of May, IMS. the Sam b..
the efforts of Mr. and
a fifty year old) remedy that has proven home of Mr.. and 'Mr*. Walter Bron- to Overstreet pletely remodeled and renovated and decree of foreclosure heretoforeentered Ing the nrat Monday and the rule dayof
beneficial for millions. Try yourself.W aon.. we are firm believers in the plan of when complete wit Ibe One of the best In the above styled case and In said month otter for Bale at public

9 AT Sold by all druggists. F. H. Tyner U now,. drlv.ln&, a new keeping official who have !the .in- equipped offices between Tampa and accordance. with the terms of said decree outcry between the legal hours of sale
area terests of their constituent uppermost *. Purchaner will pay for d.ed. In front of the Court House door In
Columbia six last week. Jacksonville.
purchased This the tth day of April A. D. 1118; the City of Klaalmmee, Osoeoln Coun
Mr. and li rs. Art. Bronson enter in mind in office. Not only has he The waUs'wlJl)! bo redecorated new O. P. Garrett as Special\ Master In ty State of Florida, the aforesaid i

tamed last Friday night with a dancing looked well after the interests of the furniture and a complete lighting Chancery In said case Clarke Knightas mentioned real ..tatet and sell same to

party at their .home. A number residents bf his own district, .but system installed. counsel for complainant It-it the highest and beat bidder-for cash. VVi

of Kisiimmee people were in attend- those of other districts of t
i'.covervf ance. as well. Union's construction foreman with Notice Is hereby given. that under AI

,The regular monthly preaching H. W. .Johnson has been busy witha headquarters at Atlanta is in charge and by virtue of a \Vrlt of Execution NOTICE: OF APPLICATION 'FOR LETTERS

service was held Sunday afternoon force of several men the past week of the work which is being: pushed issued out Court of and for under the seal of the PATENT

: r.Coughs Colds at which time Rev. J. D. Sibert of clearing Additional land on his farm. along* towaJl an early completion. County State of Florida, Oiceola wherein Counay Osceola Notice Is bereb7iv.n that the {

Kissimmee preached a Interesting Mr. Johnson Is a believer in .diversi- . Hardware Company, corporation under I on
very i Bay I.lbrrtr B ae --- SSnd day of April.! 1111.. the undersigned .,,
O' > l Biliow? Ceattipattd?* sermon to a good audience, about fled farming and as he. comes from GROW SISAL HEMPJ. the' laws and.of the State of Florida. 1.1 will apply to the Governor of FlorIda -
y Nathan Kay I. Defendant,
Dr.King'iNewLife Pills cause a healthy twentyrflve people being in attendance Canada the country of large farms Plaintiff' levied upon and will' offer' for for Letters' Patent to b* I..up.l
flow of Bile and rid your Stomach from ,Kissimmee. It is plannedto is not content with a small acreage. M.. Winstonley is an enthusiast sale and will sell at publlo outcry for upon the fo A.o:8'MIrElroPo"d charter;

and Bowels of waste and fetrtnenting have a "Home Coming" day at R. L. Ivey was business visitor to on the subject of growing sisal hemp cash In hand to the highest bidder at B. FLUMUER

body JIOlao l. They are a Tonic to some early date to be decided upon Orlando on Wednesday. in Florida. He says the price of sisal Kleslmmee'Oseeola the front door of the County Court House Floridaon In M. B. UOHKN w

your Stomach and LiverAnd tone thegeneral by a committee appointed to ''arrange The dipping vat (has been In almost products has about trebled recently the First Monday In May. ,, the same, PROPORBD DEPENDENT CHARTER FISHERIES OF TRIO CO.IN'd' t

system. First does relieves. the details. On this day it is plan- continuous service during the past i and that it will grow to perfection being the 8th day of May. A. b. 118. Article I '1

.Get a bottle today. all druggists.WlotorBoat. ned to hold an all-day service with week nearly all pf those owning cattle i hereTo prove his contention Mr. and a legal. sale. day during the legalhours The.. name of the 'Corporation shall
of sale, to-wlt
dinner served on' the church grounds.As doing their part to make the section Winstanley is carrying around a hours of 11 o'clock' In: the between forenoon the be INDEPENDENT FISHERIES CO.. fr
Mis, church is of the sample of sisal taken from a plant in I o'clock and its home office and principal place
one oldest free from the tick; This is not and In the afternoon, the following of business' .hall b* Kissimmee, Oso.
rU 1< 1 the county there are many persons an innovation as the vat was built two the rear of H. <3. Stanford's store described'real estate situated." ola County Florida with the privilege y

'. t : near' and far, who feel an interest years ago since which time it has which he scraped out with his pocket In Florida the .County described! .of follow Osceola State of of establishing branch offices at
One
as : Lot
and'' all these knife, and which looks -as if it ''had such other places, either In the Stat if :
here are urged to bo been in service. <1)) of Oaceoia. Ite-Hubdlvlslon of Lots of Florida In other of
or state the
:. present on this occasion the date of Your correspondent had the opporrtunity just been raveled from a piece of new Seven (7) and Eight (8) of Block "F" United States, or In foreign countries, \

FOR SALE.-$200 which will be announced later. .the first of the week of inves rope. of Town R. H.of P.Kt'slrnmee Draught's; 'Addition Florida to Said the as the Board of Directors shall from a

"t. tigating' the field of Irish property ha. been levied. time toitlm; designate.Artlel k'
r '6 Hone Power Dory Model potatoeson upon R. the II. .
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(Written for last week.) LIKE AN ELECTRIC
properly of Nathan Ray the said Defendant
the farm of I. P. Tison. We were The general nature, of the businessto
New England built. In very best During'hte past week several car agreeably surprised the BUTTON ON TOES and will be sold to satisfy be transacted by the corporationshall
'. loads of for prospects the said Writ' of Execution and the n.-
II condition. cement curbing the brick be to buy. sell, tiandle ship and
Mr. Tison has for a.heavy yield. 'His ce.sary costs. .
1 Would trade for second hand road and have been unloaded at this force station of- vines are of good color and the beds Telia why corn Is' eo painful. and' atod this 4th day of 'April, .A t otherwise both fresh transport and aalU, all whether kinds. of from flan

on Wednesday a are apparently well filled with tubers says cutting makes 1118. fresh water or salt water to Include 5'
ford Car. Inquire. men with several teams arrived L. H. INCJRAM, Aa
on them all the species of food fishes, and other
which well a. grow. '
are making so to cause SheriI'Oa"eol..
i the job and have pitched their camp. County. product of the water used. for food
J. K. CONK. immense cracks to appear in the top Stale of Florida to
This crew is handling the brick'which kmnns purposes; own operate maintain
of the bed. Several hills examined Press'an electric button and you STEED. and use all equipment, outfits, devices
,: Conn Appartments orHaley's have been piled near the .station placing Attorney for Plaintiff.' 16-St ,
contained a goodly number of potatoes form a contact with a live wire which boats, spins, net., cars. dray and all
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them along the roadside in readiness rings the bell. When shoes other'equipment necessary or Incidentto >}
' Bath House. St. Cloud for the actual work of 'building of large size. This is the only your press I. tlrmU ('..!*. .State ef Flerlda. the effective carrying on of the
t the which work field which we had opportunity to ex- against your corn it pushes its sharp Beveatk Jadlrlal ..'......1.. Oserala business of catching packing', ship
road informedby .
we are but informed that roots down upon a sensitive nerve and (:... ?'-!. ( ........rJ'. ping marketingselling and generally t
amine closely
W. B. Crawford Lee Jairall one of the men in charge will begin are you get a shock of pain.' trafriclng In all kinds of fish for food l
CRAWFORD A JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW in about two weeks. This is certainly the other fields of the section (and Instead of Mary L. Hunter; Complainant purposes, or otherwise, for profit! p
!; : good news to the residents of they are numerous) give just as good trimming your corns, vs. own, use occupy, lease buy and sell l
this section the promise of a heavy yield. which merely makes them grow just George Hunter, Defendant.It all of such,commodities, and all prop
road to town has
aa step into any drug store and ask fora appearing by affidavit appended erty necessary or Incident<< (to the effective .
t Offices: 4. 5. 6, and 7 Citlieni been particularly bad since tae! Dixie Irlo Bronson has hod hard luck quarter of an ounce *>f freczon-i This to the bill filed In the above-stated, carrying: on of said business 'to J,
Bank Buildings Highway traffic was detoured this with his thoroughbred Duroc-Jersey will cost but little b-1 is sufficient cause that George Hunter the defendant Include real estate personal and mixed r?
way. Shingle Creek has always- beena pigs having lost six within the past very therein named Is a nonresidentof property and property rights; to en.
Kissimme Florida to remove every hard or soft the State of Florida and Is a resident gage In and carry on the business of
'. mighty igcod place to live and the week. corn or callus front one's feet. A few of Iowa Cltyt State of Iowa, overthe buying and soiling all kinds of pro.
r. completion of the hard road will make Miss Iva Niswonger was guest at drops applied directly tender age of ,twenty-one years. ; It Is duce either a. e ent or upon commission ( y
: DR. W. W. CARSON this section all the more desirable. the G. B. Woodall home in Kissimmee upon A therefore, ordered that said nonresident or as owner. a* a merchant for /
Miss aching corn stops the soreness Instantly defendant be and he la hereby' required profit) to enjoy all the rights and priv
Alpha Weatfall from
came out Sunday night.
DENT T and ooon the corn shrivels up to appear to the bill of com ileges In collection with the ownership x
Office over Pilley Building Kissimmee Saturday, visiting until The rain of Sunday night provedof so it lilts right out root nnd nil. without .. In said cause on or before and enjoyment In the
1 Sunday night at the home of her much benefit to all -crops of this Monday, the tth day of May, A. D. said several oWn.n business a* fully
This f is harmless
Office Hours: -11. 1-I friend. Miss Sissie Tison. pain. drug reezone 1018, otherwise the allegatlona of said and completely as any natural person
and
:: neighborhood especially to those
o a.b. 'Phone lie Residence 'Phoa IIOaa and inflames irri
'f. never or even bill will be taken a. confead by said could do,
Administered for Extraction ef There has been a change made i.n planted on high land many of which tates the surrounding skin. defendant.It. Article 111.The .

F Teeth the hour of Sunday sdhool. Hereafter were beginning to show the need of. I. further ordered that this order Capital stock of the corporation 9
,t- and until further notice the' moisture. REGISTER NOW. be published once a week for four conecutlv shall be Five Thousand IS.000.00). y
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW opening hour will be 10 o'clock. weks la the Kissimmee Val- Dollars to be divided Into Fifty :
'!. -Hay Liberty Beads-'- The registration books are now op- ley Gazette. a newspaper published. In shares. of the par valu. of One Hundred ..
I' We are pleased to note that our I said County and State: (100.00)) Dollars each. Bald capital
neighbor E. L. D. Overstreet has "Lick a stamp to lick the Kaiser" en at every precinct in Osceola coun- This 11th day of April, 1018. stock shall b* paid for In full when {

t'' ._ ty Register and pay your poll tax- J. L. OV EItSTR E:ET. Issued and shall be payable money,
': Waring B'llldinC. -- -- Clerk Circuit' Court. or labor or property at a- lust yalua-
your vote will be needed this year. Kiunns &; STEED, tlon to b* agreed upon by the Incerporator -.
Solicitors: for Complainant. 17-4t, *.
,. Pat Johnston O. P. Oarr,.. Article It: ,
. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS BHKIUFFMI BALH The term for which said corporationShall
JOHNSTON &: GARRETT exist shall be perpetual '

r I ATTORNEYATLAWOffices !. Commty Court, O.r..ela f......, Fla. Article V.
/ ........ ttmmtrtm, Natkasi E>Mrla," AItpalo. The business of the ,
10, 11 and 12 Citizens Baal I. Circuit <'.art. fitmir .t Florida. *! ev* .. J. Wrlatmr, A. -Hay Mats hall He conducted by a President, a C'
Building I rath Judicial flrralt. Userola Sidney 1.deb.rJr. trading mm Haiti Vice President, and a Secretary. and
b I Commit I. Ckaaeery.fur .o re Ilargal louse Plaintiffs. Treasurer and a board of Three Dlrec- f
Ii. Klsslmmee. Fla. ..... tora. The office of Secretary and
h ,r **la Morel. (.oapl.I..... W. A. nrawdy, Iefes>da.t. Treasurer may be held by the Sam
I . .o Notice I la given that under parson. ,
r J E''I: : H. Brlarht aad Sarah! r Aright his and by virtue fbln execution Issuingout The annual' meeting of the stock
D.fe.d..u.it of the County Court of Osoeola holder for' the purpose of electing; of* r t
i. appearing by affidavit appendedto County, Fla.. In above entitled causeon seers of the corporation shall be the
the bill tiled In the above-stated October .8, 117. In favor of the first Tuesday In July of each and every .
COBSOK PRIMER cause that Edwin E. Drlght and Sarah Plaintiffs and agalast the Defendant year.. Until the first annual meetIng .
Bright. hie wife, the defendant.therein In said cause I have levied upon the of stockholders the business of the, i
named are non-residents of following- described. real estate situate corporationahall b* conducted by .the
t tfce-fttate of Florida and are reHldenta ., lying and being In Osceola County following officers: A. Rosen President ;
of Caatle Rock State of Washington Fla.! N%. of NK14.-( I Sec 14, -Twp. 17, n. Plummer Vice president. and M. 10:. :
both over the. 'i-doefr twenty-one years; II",.. 10, aa the property of W. A. Rosen, Secretary and Treasurer; the
.SELLSFire It Is therefore that said nonresident Drawdy Defendant, and I will on May Board of Directors shall b.1: A. Rosen ;,
defendant be and are hereby required to appear to the bill of complaint said month offer for 'Bale at public Article VI. '
Died In said cause on or before .The highest amount of Indebtednessor
Life Accident andY outcry between the legal hours of sale,
the lUlh day of May'A. I).
Monday.
In front .of tll. Court House door In liability that the corporation
1918. otherwise the allegatlona of .said Klsslmme, Osceola County Fla., the at any one time subject Itself to shall
) bill will be taken a. confessed by said be Two Thousand Dollars
said mentioned
Health, Plate Glass, Liability defendants.It real estate, and sell
to the Article "'11. .
same highest .and best bidder
Is further ordered that this order
,: for cash. The names and postofflc address of
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b* published once a week. for four con.RBCUttve
and Boiler Insurance. the subscribers
U H. INGRAM togetherwith the
Klsslmmre Valley
weeks In the +
+ 16-4t Sheriff Osceola'County, Fla. amount of capital stock subscribed to
Oamette a newspaper published In each I I. .. ,
by as follows d.g
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, Legal Bonds Executed 1 1v said< County and tat.. A. .
at This.18th day ,of' April. '1918.' :Vk'hJ.' r; ,1 i\ '"a,' ,( MASTER'S SALH ',.'>,'&. shares." Rosen.. ,>..iSB KIsslmroee.'MFla'' ::. '. five
( \ )lm'> 11 i
\ v ; 1 !?.i"5","r/'SJ."ili.( ,. OVKRSTREET.-i, ', "V'i I 1(I. Notice I Is c hereby given that'In'pur- n
Plummer. [ '
Same Day Needed. \ Clerk Circuit Court. suance to a Final Decree I. Chancery, Cants, five 920'Mayol8tBerklel. ,
M liy S. H. BUI.L-OCK, rendered by the Honorable Jas. W. 4;
(Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk.. Perkins Judge of the Circuit Court of share.E.. Rosen,. Kissimmee Fla., five t
KR1BHH A; STEED \ the Seventh Judicial Circuit of the
..Solicitors for Complainant. 18-4t State of Florida In and for Osceola A. ROSEN (Seal) ;
OFFICE: Slats Back Bulldi.g County Florida, on the 17th day of B. PL.UMMER' < )' 4
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION March A. D. UI8. in the ca.. .of R. P. M. E. ROSEN. hal)
Departmeat ef tke Iderl.rU. M. ..... I Hansen, complainant. -vs. Otis Steven State of Florida
Oaks .t 0..........., Fla. and J. G. Lanler defendants, that I, County of Oaceoia.
April ,. 1918. :a. Special Master In Chancery, will on I hereby certlfy.that before me per
Notice I. hereby given that Oacar H. the First Monday In May.. the same being aonally appeared A. Rosen, and M'K..
The Dining Room of the Ir'''. of Loughman. Fla.. who on the 6th day of May, A. D. 111 and Rosen to me known to be the persona
April 28. 116 made Homestead EntryNo. a legal sale day during the legal do named who executed the foregoingproposed 1H 1
011841 for 8WK ofNW% Section 11 hours of sale, offer for sale and sell charter and each of wbolllacn".I.dS.d
Manhattan Hotel Township 1(8 Range 18E, Tallahassee at public I outcry, for cash to before me that they ex.
Meridian has filed notice .of Intention ;the highest bidder, at the 11rtndd'of. oor ecuted the foregoing proposed charter
Is Now to make Three-year Proof to establish the Court House Kleilmmee, 0. for the, uses and purposes therein. mentioned.
OpenMrs. claim to the land above described, before ceola County Florida, the following .
\ Clerk .Circuit Court at Klsslm-. described real estate, situate In the Witness my hand and offlclaV seal at:
,R. B. Sewage, Owner and Mgr.J. nr mee Fla., on the 14th day of May 1(1,1., County of Osceola, State of Florida Kissimmee.' Osceota County Florida on
Claimant names a. witnesses: described as follows! Begin Fifty (( ) 'hi* th. Utb day of Melt. 111. e
I J. R. Collins, of LxHighman. Florida, feet South of the Northeast corner of MILTON PLEDGER;;
'James Jackson of Loughman Florid Lot On (1) of .Block "M" of Bass' (N. P.<'Seal) Notary Publlo State of ;k
W. THOMPSON Addition to the Town of Klaslmmee Florida. My commission *x-
V. \V. Brltt. of Loucbman. Fla. City Florida, run thence West t* .OfpCalIforata t. till d
I j. H. 'J. Popney. of Loughman, Florida. feet, thence South- *0 feet, thence East State1 ,f
j7/ IT-lt ROBT. W.DAVIS, Register.NOTtriS 91 feat, thence North 10 feet, to the County- Alameda. '
Funeral Director MiD.fltP.J place of beginning. I. an officer. duly authorised to take..
r FOR PUBLICATIONDearth. Dated. this Ind day of ,April A. D. acknowledgments: do hereby certify
... ef the latrrle-r. U. S. ..... 1918. that R. Plummer >o me known to b*
osnre .t Ualaeevllle Fla. W, B. CRAWFORD. one of the persons who executed th*.
t ANDLICENSED l April 6. 1118. Special Maser foregoing proposed charter acknowledged .
Notice Is hereby given that John KRIBBS & STEED: before me that. It* executed the
Stewart of Davenport Fla. who -on Solicitor. for Complainant II-*' ante for th*' uses and purposes therein

j : EMBALMER "N'O: 1Ur.:: for made E%fome.teadEntry. ; 8KV4, HOTICB OF KXRCVTOR expressed.Witness my hand and official' seal

'. Your Bond May 8ectlon 1. Township 26$. Rang liE, (Far. Flsial Discharge) at Derkley In the County of Alameda
Bring
Store) and Chapel Stewart An. Tallahaaaee Meridian has filed noticeof In the State of California, on this the
Intention to make Three-year Proof !. Cart .f ('....r '.....e. OseelsC llth day of March IMS:
1 I Klsslramee. Fla. to establish claim to the land above ...ty, State .1 Klerlda. GEORGE W. NICKER80N, JR.
1 described' before Clerk Circuit Court (N. P. Seal) Notary public In and
at KI..lmme."FI4., on the' *4th day of I. re Estate! ef I.Usle Ifeseleyt for the county of Alameda
4>4> <><>4>4>4>4> 4>4>4>4>4K>4>4>> Him Home in SafetyThe May, 1918.Claimant. Notice Is hereby given to, all whom State of California. 14-lt
names aa witnesses; It may concern, that on the list day
M. TILLER S. E. Rowen of Davenport Florida. of July. A. D. 1118. I shall apply to the NOTICE) OP ExeCUTOR'
., Joel. Woolen, of Davenport Florida. honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge of said. IFr flmml Dlx-harae)
8. E. Olll. of Davenport. Fla court, as Judge of probate for my I. Court ef C..t,.. .....*, O_ .

': Real Estate Agency:. supreme tragedies of war are not enactedon Ida.R. O. Goodman of Ix>.ghipan Flor., final estate. discharge of Llsal Moseley aa Executor., deceased of! and the c:....,.., Stale .r FI..I...

.........-..................- the battlefield but in the home. l-tt ROBT. W. DAVIS. Register that at the same time I. will present !. re Ratal ef ...... W. Suits
my Anal accounts a. Executor of said Notice Is hereby given to all whom
I Realty bought and sold NOTICB FOR PUftLICATION estate and ask for their approval. It may concern that on the 1st day of
Above the shouts command and encouragement Dated January 18th. A. I>. 1111I. August A D. llll, I shall apply to
rented.
I Houses .... tMVBt of the Iaterlr. V. H. Laud EGOLE< TON WILBOURN. the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge of

i ; ) Taxet paid and Titles verified ,' the roar and shock of the great guns, saw on-lrc. .t Ualaesvllle, Fla. M.r.80= 7-loamtm Executor. said my final Court discharge a* Judge as Executor of .Probate of, the for

| ; for non-reiidents. and all the swelling tumult of battle which Notice Is hereby given that Andrew SHERIFF'S! SALE r estate of John W. Smith deceased; f
J. elites, of Loughman Fla., who on and that at the same time twill present -
1 Fire Life and Accident In- la Circuit. ('...... Ttk Jvdlrlsl Tlrrnlt,
bear the husband and father to a hero's November 18, 1114 made Homestead my final account a* Executor ef
turance. grave Entry No. 018406. for HWK of SWK Osreola County, ..1... First Natlosml sad estate, and ask for their'approvaL
< >' and glory there rise the of Section tO, Township. IBS Range -17K. IlasiK ef s..r..... Vlmt m baaklag Dated January tl. A. D. 111.
I Indemnity Bonds.j a martyr's weeping Tallahassee. Meridian, has filed noticeof corporation, PlalatllT.. THURSTON B. SMITH.
and the cries of little children Indention to make Three-year Proofto va.Nstreoeasee. S-lamrn Executor.
the bereaved
... .... .o.oo.oo........ wife establish, claim to the land above Farr sad Towsmlto Co.. a 6
described before Clerk, Circuit Court .orpor.Uo., efesidaat
SHERIFF'S SALE
-<', deprived of a father's love 'and care. at Klsalmmee }'., on the 10th day of Notice la hereby given that under
May. 1915.Claimant. ,- and by virtue of an execution Issuingout la C....,. C...... Oceeela C..t,.. Fla.I I'
0. ONON.O .... . ...... .. .
the battlefrontsof names as witnesses:: of the Circuit Court 01. Osceola .ll.r B ratherCf! r..ralley ..1.*
American fathers are now on B. O. Hancock of Loughman Flerlda County Fla.. In above entitled causeon t.tr,
Peter J. Daley, of Loughman, Flor- February II, tits, In favor of the ". .
France.. Many must fall ; how many de- ida.Paul plaintiff and against the Defendant In I W. A. 'D......,.. Del.*).*...
j ..c.wGRIFFiNStaple. j ; '' Qhysellnck of Lugbman, Flor said cause I have levied upon the following Notice Is hereby given that under
pends 'upon, us ;who 'remain safely at ,home. ida.B. described real estate situate, and by virtue of an execptlon Issuingout ,.
; W. Whit of Kissimmee. Florida. lying and being In the County bf Os I ot the County Court of Osceola. L
ROBT. W. DAVIS. ceola and State of Florida t-wlt I County. Fla., In above entitled causeon
: and Fancy ; ; H-St RegUter.In All fractional Sec 1, except Lot 5, November.' 1117. In favor'of the
+ A.{ ainglo.LibeJti: Bond will help to save a oldier*. (, T, 11 18 18. II.' 87 and SV4 of Lot t*. Pialntlff and against th. Defendant In
: : the Circuit'Court, for the Seventh, All fractional, Sea 4, except Lot. 11 aid cause, I have levied upon the following ,
i j Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida and 14 and 8V4 of Lot 60 and NW of described. real estate sltuatvt )1
GROCERIES life, your; sbldiera life, and bring..him home In and for, Osceola County:., In Chanc.ryc Lots 81 and U. All fractional SilO.\I. lying and being In Oeceola County
\ : Knight R'J: acS-"l'; complainant fractional Be.. 6. except: NH o of Lot Fl.. NH of NE*.. Be. 14'Twp. 17. ?
; : ) ',,* ja'aafety UJ.thoa wbo.holdl s life far vs. J. Grace 5., AU -rractlonal Sec 9, except: Lots Rge. 10, as the property of W. A. j ,
' . E Graves' hls> wife, .and Emma F. R. 1. t. 7 1, II It. 14."17. I.. 17, 18. ... 40, Drawdy; Defendant.-and I will on May
; ; Free Delivery all Parts''J ,- > '. : -i '; their'' Campbell respondents' Foreclosure of 47.afid 41. All See.. lo; except Lota 10. 'th. 111. .111I' being the rule day In
P "". ,_ ,Agreaous'thaD' own. Mortgage.. Notice of safe. To J. R 11, I 8.. 17, 27. 44 Ntt o Lot tl and all Lot said month offer for sale at public
I I-. 0 IlL e City \'I,\ J i < , Graves and Grace E. Graves, his wife 62. All Bee. 15, except Lots II. 11. 10. outcry, between the legal hours of q
. t. 1 and'Emma F. R., Campbell and all It'. II, NVi Lots 4(<- Sir and e9, VA' Lot sale. In front of the Court House door i
; LI ( .. .THIS"SPACE'Sp, ? whom.lt may cenoern, .Notlee 4* hereby 62. Lota 4, 0. 7,'$ '.'11. 11. II of Block In Kissimmee. Osoeola. County, Fla.. _
; ', FOR:;AND CONTlt.llirrEI;;! { given by the undersigned that the .. Lota I. ", 11. ;14 of Block 11. Lot 1 the said mentioned real estate, and sell'''
-- .. Master heretofore of Block 41. 'Lota- 1 and of ..
I undersigned Sp.clal, I Block ( the sane to the highest and best bid.
I A want ad. in the Valley Gazette ( appointed In this cause will on Lots 1, 4. I. 7. '. *, 10. tl, 11. It. 14 of der for cash. : '
the Rule Day In May, llll namely the Block 17.; Lot 2. 4. t, 7. I, (. 11. 11. I* H. INORAM.lf : '.
\ .. -wiU rent your spare roomc I II. C. :STANFORD COMPANY Itb day of said month. between the 14. II. IT.. II,- U. 14, of Block. 10*. Lots t (J/BtMrttX Ocola' County Fla. )

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1'WELVB THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY APRIL 1',,ills .

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e' Society Notes et On Saturday afternoon' last week
it the families! of J. J, McCranle, E. L. "
Lesley, B. C. Elam and J.; L. Over. Special 8 Day Sale 1,

(Mr*. E R. Wallet .Editor.) street motored to Qowyay for a swim s
t J and a picnic dinner, celebrating; the 5
sixth birthday 'of Alta (Ruth Over. .
J'; < i Request b mad to aD patro of th* Valley Gazette to send items street and: the seventh) birthday of. -

Dorothy McCranie. ,
; .f Society Events \ the Editor for publication la these colum After the dinner. the party motoredto


". ; '. _ . . "" ""' ""' '''''''''''''''''''' .L.L".L...,..". ... . '. ._. . . _ . . Other Orlando guests'at for a "few this hours.pleasant event We are going to offer for 8' Days some real Bargains,
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were LeRoy Lesley, hisc ousin Morgan -
Alderman, and Tod Miller all attending share of them v
and if fail and
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MOTI MOTHERS'-TEACHERS' CLUB I SURPRISE PARTY KOK HISS t Stetson, University at De- you come get your ,

I HATHAWAY ,l Land and Mrs. Mary Johnson of Ft !
This afternoon at Mrs. S. L. Lup + .. Ogden, who Was the guest of her both lose SALE BEGINS SATURDAY
fer's home the"club hopes to completethe The home of Mr. and! Mrs. B. 1>1. aunt Mrs. E. L. Cesley we money. I II
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second layette for war bereft babies Hall was the scene of a very pleasant II I
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Liberty
Attractive indeed was t.he.daln.. social event Tuesday evening in honor + . .. .....
!, 1 ty pink rand white set which was turn- the birthday ot Miss, Clair Hathaway .,. I RED CROSS TEA SATURDAY 4o.inch:- White Voile per yd. 27c' 50 White Embroidery Dresses for - I
ed over to the Red Cross last Monday. when the hours were spentquite f '
The club will meet every two weekson informally in merry conversation An informal' Red Cross tea will be 11
} Friday afternoons to sew on these alternated with. readings and. musical given\ Monday at the Hamilton homein Ladies; ,some! worth h as high as $3.50, h !'
garments. From their friends money numbers. Lake..Shore addition Saturday af 40-inch;Organdy, per yard 27c .
contributions are asked. .One of the At the! close ft the evening, delicious ternoon. This will be the last of these This Sale '1.98. .
club' chief bits is the giving to Red I home-made cakes were served pleasant events for the season. I Just. the thing for Commence- ,
Cross chapter these complete layettes, with fruit punch. The included '
guests _P.y Liberty Pe.>d.-' ment Dre..ea. --- ----
hence the appeal to friends for donations I the members of the Epwort.hLeall"Ue : .,
from dimes 'up with ,which to ( and of the choir, who presented t I FOfcMRS. SUMMER .' = ------.- -.-' ------- Ladles White Shoes; low heel I, This .
purchase material. l If anyone cares the honoree with a.handsome BibleIn ---
to see an attractive array of handwork remembrance of the anniversary.. .. Miss Lois Overstreet was hostess A good grade Gingham, yd. 14c. Sale $1 39.
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please drop in to look over Mrs. -Bay Liberty B d for the Fulechee Campfire Girls Sat .
The Golden Rule should have -
application
lAipfcr's dining table when the women

Mrs.are:at Georgia work. Jacob, an out-of- cial. What in business right have.life we a* well to so as placeour so. street.urday parents afternoon, The Mr. meeting and at 'the Mrs.was home: J.complimentary L.of' Over-her- Extra good grade Ginghams, l8c Ladies' White Shoes, high heels, This '

town friend, attended the last meet. orders at the stores that the people
to Mrs. C. H. Summres, their : .. .
ing: She also dropped a, five dollar operating the business are required Sale .39.
former who in
till into the fund box as well as her to keep open from .5 a. m. until Kissimmee.guardian' was. visiting All colors .in flowered and striPe ,. $1.
name with dues for membership nearly midnight on Saturday? If we

Review of recent Federation magazines treated the business people. as we "-0. Liberty i Bead Dress, Goods worth 25c rd Children's White Shoes all sizes This
; will be the conversation today. would be treated our orders would be SMILAGE BOOK COMMITTEE I pery ,
One of Mrs. Mary Rhinehart's war placed early'in the day. And the business 1 .
... .,stories will be'read at next meeting. could close at .6 p. m Saturdayas Mrs. ,Minnie 'Moore-Willson'-,-who* This Sale 12 l-2c Sale $1.25 tl
Come visit the meetings. Secy. well as any other day. M ABey has accepted the chairmanship of the tlh

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-. Liberty Bead*- Smilage Book campaign for this

nod.f: +1 DISTRICT MEETING OF county, has appointed as a committeeto Ladies' Silk Skirts I
aid her in this all'color and stripes now $4.98
ENTERTAINED I IThe j W. C. T. U. 1 .Witherspoon., Grace work Nelson Misses Maud Lucy i iII

The district convention of the W Alice Wagner, Kathlee Bearden, II

t' Tucker home was
pleasantest events of the season Saturday berrfonnef" of the committee {hi
l : will be a morning and afternoon session
from four to six o'clock, when when the following program will'' wonderfully fitted to the work it has This Sale, $1.79., Sale, $1.49. '. IIII
Misses Lola Lawler, Elsie Skilton and be given: undertaken, and'will without doubt -

tell 9 a. m.-Song, "America," and salute produce! gratifying, results. One of II
lot Old
. L dies'ornfort Shoes
& the flag.Devotional.. -t H y Liberty: ile -i Mosquito Nets for double beds This I
x Class of the Methodist'Sunday school service will consist of SCHOOL TAKES ACTIVE PART $ I
'their. teacher, Mrs. D. G. Wagner and Bible and This Sale $1.39. I
.. .few friends. Mr*. Tucker received ers. quotations sentence pray- .'SELLING BONDS- AND STAMPS Sale, $2.50: I

r the,' guest on their arrival, assisted Appointment of committees. The sale of Thrift Stamps and of 1
'by Misses Lawler, Skilton and Wool- Reports of local unions. Liberty Bonds continues with unabated One"lot of Straw fiats, some of them wide- brim ,I
ridge.1 Ladies'
Reports from district superintendents. Panama Hats this
A* 1* the custom of these social I interest among the pupils of worth dose '
$2.00 to them out at .
meetings of this class, lack of formality "The Importance of Holding'I Insti- the public schools at Kissimmee and ; Sale $1.39.

i \ characterised the afternoonand tutes," by Mrs. Belle Avery, of Taft the efforts they are putting forth ,
a general good time was enjoyed Reports of credentials committee. leaves their This Sale, 50x.
unquestioned.The
patriotism
by the guests as they centered Election Qf district officers. China Silks' al I colors
eleventh of the high I yard 60c
'their. efforts on fashioning character Noon-tide prayer. grade county ,
,f+ dolls from the clothe pins, bottles ort One hour for lunch. school has been designated to rep M en s Work Shoes, Special I f or. : !

pipes ,which they had been told to pro- 1 p. m.. Devotional, led by Mrs. resent the schools in the Liberty Loan ,
vide themselves. with, and dressed Mathews of St. Cloud. drive and up to date Prof. R. M Saturday $1.98. Unbleached Domestic, yard .14c I IMen's ,
them in the gay crepe paper garments "How to make the W. C. T. U. one Evans stated that $1900 worth of 4i I
Many of the results were surprising of the most important factors in the bonds had been sold and the money i II
and it required a lengthy session community," Mrs. Keneny of St. I deposited in the bank. It is likely Khaki Work Pants, $1.49 Good grade Bleaching yard ,14c I II
or the judges before .a sailor boy, Cloud. that the total will be well past the I
', the winner of the first prize; soldier boys" symposium.

a negro mammy dressed by Mrs. "Florida Laws," by Mrs. Metzgarof day.The sale of Thrift Stamps for last Many other Bargains all the Store j I
< Sears, the second, and a college dean St. Cloud. week amounted to 550 and more than way through our I
dressed by Mill Tribble, the third. A Reports of committees. that number will probably be sold this r i,
i general laugh followed the announce- Adjournment.Mrs. week. I for the Next 8 Days., SALE BEGINS SATURDAYWHERE t I
ment made by Mrs. Wagner that the M. E. Clark, president. Mrs. Grade 7-B which had the honor of ..
prize winners would. be tined 25 cents, James M. Cochrane, secretary. I displaying the Thrift Stamp Banner Ii
w 15 cent and 5 cents respectively for Buy Liberty Bo.d_i the first week of the contest. was still
f+ their clever representations. in possession of itl i II;lost week though I YOUR DIMES LIKE ; i
Dainty sandwiches and tea were I CALLED MEETING OF THE I the 9-B and 12th grades made the LAT$ DOLLARS I F

served in the sun parlor followed by +_WOMAN'S CLUB. j I same average, 100 per cent of the pupils ,
an ice course served in the dining +1 in each of these grades buyingthe .S
room. A meeting of the Kissimmee W O- stamps. By common consent the
The guests included Mrs. D. G. man's Club Wagner, Mrs. D, W. Alderman, Mrs. Tuesday, April 23, at 4 o'clock. the banner .'
<(*JAne Poulk, Mrs. L. H. Ingram, Mr. Jj(I Will each member come prepared 13 rooms in.the schools have madean
'+ tijfflW.H.>!Swain Mr. H. W, Morrow to give what information'. may be average of 50 per cent or over in DOLLAR LIMI.TSTORE' 7 X,

4 <*flMr. .,Fred:Gilbert, Mrs. Gay' Living- gathered,.'regarding', '!: German' propaganda the number; ofa,Thrift Stamps pur
''.stop, Mrs. C. H. Summers of Jacksonville in the town 'of"Kissimmee? chased'l last"weeksf't; ; Mrs. 'J. Z. Roberson Mrs, J. D. "Where there Is unity there is Four of ,the youngsters who have a
L ; Woodbeck, Mr*. C. A. Carson, Jr., strength." From ct that sedi- won the title of "Four Minute Men"
:Mrs. George Persons Mrs. W. ,J. tious talk has ben giver in our midst were delegated by Prof. Evans to G. W. PERSONS COMPANY Proprietors
Sears, Mr. E. E. Wells, Mrs. Roger from the fact that our citizens have speak before the pupils of'the primary k i
Dodd Mrs. Jim Woodall. Mr*. J. L. been imposed upon by agents-cup- department at their building I
Overstreet, Mr. A. w. Bailey, posed to be Germans with no kindly this week and immediately following
and Mrs. J. J. Tucker, Misses feeling for these United States, it is I this demonstration the number of
Maud Alice and Adah C. Wag- wisdom of be CHRISTIAN CHURCH Red Bungalow. corner Mmbbette le cop.rf.the Florida Farmer and 'J
precaution to forewarn Thrift sold to of this ,
Stamps pupils
Bermuda .
new never occupied, .t.tI .tM .tt .tti
ner, Bees published at
Tribble Jacksonville.
Ella Mae Gilbert, ed; Bring your friends and .help win department perceptibly, increased.The 10 a. m.-Sunday school else lot. built ol beet material I about livestock ralslnir. dsJrr-
:Jessie Wheeler, Marie Huddleston, a victory for-quoting' from one of teachers of the public schools tl a. m..-: 'Sermon, "What and Whenof properties. .. In either of ;, ;, poultry, citrus fruit and trurkt
S rZalda Lee, Virgil Kent, Ollie Hender- with real Intention to ;, twice a month at (
the beet informed men of the here are giving an "At Home" to the Communion. Oq per year-
,' Elon Guice Elsie Norton age can buy them low, below their year for |1.00. Only' livestock '
:aonf t ton of DeLand Miriam "Nothing matters. now except to win people of the city tonight on the first 3 p. m. -Junior C. E. and arrange .any reasonable nd general farming pap.r in the
Emma Hothan, this war.". floor Of th. high school building, when 6:45: p. m.-Y. P. S. C. E. Chas p. r)ow, 11 80. Orange .. Write today. j
l Louise Thomaaon, Ruth Clark, Ines Mrs. Minnie m.Sennon Th Orlando Fla.. .
Carson Jessie MooreWmIOlPNSt.. light refreshments will be served anda 7:30 p. Fixe4- I SALE!-Second-hand Ford ;
car
Ethel JalL, Lee Blackmon andy Mrs. L. H. Ingram, SecyHu7 silver offering' taken. The fund secured nesg of Character." FOR RENT-Furnished house for attractive price.. Usoola Motor *
p Libert?. Beads -. '. from this event will be appliedon Junior C. E .Program May 14: summer month Mrs. M. A. 'o.,_ 107 Broadway 4
.r{ -.. Liberty'BOB*_ a $50 Liberty Bond for the school! Topic-"Thou Shalt Not Steal." I tie Verona St. 12 : -A few. milk,

yt 1 PRESBYTERIAN T IMPORTANT MEETINGAn ; t library Texts 8x. 20:15and Eph. 4:28. Led I DAIRY COWS FOR ,/8ALK-I It 011 tr. Cape Breese.. customers Phone 211 K.L. f i,
t SOCIAL 1 The work being done by the pupils by Jane May. Song. Prayer by leader. overstocked. my pasture and 17-tf
important meeting' of the Kis- and teachers of the schools here is Bible lesson read 'by leader. sell two or three dairy cows "
The social meeting held by the ladies } .. Wells 11* Mabbett. Street. SALE-Retail lumber yard and
of the simmee woman' Committee of the highly commendatory and is deserving Dally reading by society Question sam'p work. Box 497. Kissimmee. %
Presbyterian church Wed.Jneedar Council of National Defense will be of the active support; of every to be answered by junior: FOR 8AL.E-$108.00 Erlarude it-t,
t afternoon at the Hart Me- held at the Hart Memorial building citizen. 1 How can we steal another's motor, run I..*. 100 mile, quick
I1 building?, was well attended. .___ .._ steal another'sgood 13800. Complete tuning'outfit -Second week In Much1S4*of
1 \ The) 'guests enjoyed on Monday at 4 p. m. It is especially Her Ltberey B. time 2. How can we Ince January: 1000 yd. tarred Hat-bottomed row boat,', ;
purchased a "cup.o tea" and desired that the members of the Wo- name? S. How can we rob an- 40 ft tarred minnow car. pair oar and oarlock, rope and f
the delicioo home cooked man's committee for the Third Liberty READ THE PATRIOTIC MESSAGES other of friendship? 4. How can a etc. 11800. Merrill: .Miller.e.n. F. f: ; got away from Melklejon''
food on sale there. The ladle netted .Loan will also be present at this I FROM KISSIMMEE thief obtain forgiveness? Song. Bi- Kl..lmmee. *., C.Paradise C. Island. Return to' :'
I ta Even Paradise Island.
generous sum for their treasury. meeting. MERCHANTS IN THIS ISSUE .ble verses.A to H. Bible drill. Mission FOR RENTFurnlihed room dollar reward' ol'.e4.I'.tf'
-Bay Liberty. H....-,., -Bay Liberty Bes>e.-<- l study. Song.': Roll call. Mizpah. apartments for light ... ,
Kissimmee
In modern convenient home AUTO SERVICE '
." j r- Bay Liberty Beaae- .Mr E E Well. Bt. Cloud 10 .
Real Eitate a m, 1 p. m. and 7:10: .J j i
METHODIST CHURCH urance, 116 Mabbette St. Phone m. St Cloud to K .. a.
?S m.. and 11:10 p. m. hip 1 ugs.
The pastor will preach Sunday at 1 PWL...INOS for rent. Apply .., Kissimmee, Phone 41; Marine's
": Store, St Cloud, Phone ! '
subject :
- 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Morning .
St
Cloud phone SI. Card >,
I "The Axe that did Swim. Evening FARMERS Send today for a free hire. Bailey" transfer. itttJACKSONVUJI >
subject,' "The Who Went Tpo t

II Far.Prayer' meeting. Wednesday evenIng -

The Eyes of the World will be an old time prayer and 111 :'1k

praise meeting with the pastor as .
leader. 'AH*are cordially invited to

attend these services. .J. D. Sibert,

pastor. ,....
Dr. J. D Sibert baa been invited to ', >c.
are fixed: on the United States-on you. preach the baccalaureate sermon Sun-
day morning at the Mont Verde Industrial
school. Rev. Heck of Pennsylvania ,Ae :

1 i I They watch to learn the spirit of our people. Prove that you Methodist will church occupy at.the the morning pulpit at ser-the A4t t t '----4 .- .,

1 love "LIBERTY"your Country and your Flag-by doing your part vice.Dr. Sibert will conduct the *>usual A TIN 1'6

g i making the "THIRD LIBERTY LOAN" the greatest campaign of evening ervice.B. OLDEST .;: ,41
y Liberty Brad.--
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ttaleslofnlostllaiity : write to m. about them or call
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