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 26, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00852
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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LOCAl ENTHUSIASM AND. LIBERTY' .DAY. TO WORK AND IS DISPATCH jl


. PURSUANT TO THE PROCLAMATION OF'THE PRESIDENT,

SELLS $$48,400.IN BONDS KISSIMMEE WILL HAVE A HOLIDAY TODAY FROM 3:30 TO 5 ING MUCH LEGAL BUSINESS

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Two thousand it' stl- thusiasm and laughed and cheered PART.
people, was $ '
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mated, visited, the war relic| train while the band played' patriotic airs THE ENTIRE SCHOOLS WILL FALL IN LINE PROMPTLYAT Its labors on Jury Wednesday'which for concluded the I against Denver Jim Bass,Hall in ,connection W. A. Drawdy with, and the
which at Kissimmee Monday and subscriptions to the loan flowed in
stopped
spring term of the Circuit Court has St. Cloud fire which continued
2:45 AND THE LINE OF MARCH WILL BE DOWN CHURCH were
between the hours of 3 and 5 and >at so rapidly that it was with'difficultythat made a record in that it has transacted from last ,term-.of court are to be
the conclusion of the speaking "went they werertabulated. its business In the least time'
STREET AND STUART AVENUE TO BROADWAY THENCE' UP tried next Monday.
,,over the top" with subscriptions to The local men's committee) for the and. with 'the least expense of any. Another case-against Jim Hall and
the Third Liberty Loan to the amountof Third Liberty Loan, the women's BROADWAY TO THE ,BANDSTAND, WHERE'THE, FOLLOWING Grand Jury in,the history of the; L. B. Drawdy in connection with the
$48,400 from Osceola county. I committee, and,the public schools un- county. The foreman was R. T. Outer Kenansville fire will follow. r
A prolonged whistle from the Kissimmee der the direction of Prof. R. M. Evans , PROGRAM WILL BE GIVEN, : I ?,and the clerk DeWilton Alder- The case agalst 'L.. D. Pruett, em.
light plant announced the arrival -I had been paving the 'way. for a INVOCATION REV. J. J. FARMER. man. bezzlement,' is set for Tuesday.''
of the train and from that, I at this time by A bill
moment large subscription an true was found against Rob- The case against Forrest Hart ..*
the crowds ,began to gather. In' organized campaign at the meeting to SPEAKING BY- JUNIOR, FOUR-MINUTE MEN OF THE ert Bertling, alias J. A. Mieres, for sault, is ,also set {or Tuesday.The .
compliance with ,the mayor's proclamation actively assist in the.drive. obtaining money under false pre- civil cases on the docket arc
every business house closed $6000 was the largest single loan SCHOOL. tenses. The prisoner plead guilty. I. L. DeMoss Southern Colonlza- l
Its 'doors during the hours the train i and was given by a Kissimmee 'mm. ''HON. He also admitted that he was of Ger- tion Co., damages 4000.00; This was
t would visit the city; the public school : and it is worthy to note that it came ADDRESS BY JOHN M. CHENEY OF ORLANDO.AT man parentage and stated that he hasa passed pending settlement
.swelled the crowd and delegations. through the women's committee. A cousin in New York who is interned John C. Kirkwood vs. D. G., Perry, l''
from other sections of the county I II $5000 subscription from Narcoosseewas 7:30 P. M,. He also said that in Germany he was damages $20,000.00. Passed.' Improperly -

I were here.Interest. i a close second. The Kissimmco IN THE EVENING THE PEOPLE WILL AGAIN ASSEMBLE entitled to place the prefix "Von" before on docket. ,' i
was divided between viewIng I Concert Band and the Voluntaryfire (tie name. It is known that he Winona Hatter, formerly Winona
the contents of the exhibition ,car Department each bought a bond AT THE BAND STAND AT 7:30. was a deserter from the army and it Allen vs. C. H. liall .et' al. Damage.
and listening to the speakers who and then several of the members purchased also developed that he waa- disturber $1000,00. This case was continued on
brought so clear a vision of what con bonds as individuals. The A BRIEF CONCERT WILL BE I GIVEN BY THE KISSIMMEE of order and discipline while in account of one of the defendants being
fronts our boys over there. Walter teachers of the public schools subscribed the army and that the authorities do in military service at the present F=
CONCERT BAND FOLLOWED BY INVOCATION BY DR. J. D.
not want him back again. In fact time. The of
McDonald of Atlanta, train chairman: fpr( a bond, which makes the \ case grew out a contestin
pe' asked Dr. W. D. Lee, Y. M. C. A., to'v' second $50 loan they have securedfor SIBERT. be, may be regarded as a German which a piano played a large part
-: preside. Dr. Lee introduced, the the school library within a week. propagandist although his efforts do as a prize. A number of the merchants -
speakers with explanatory remarks Other institutions subscribed. Sev- ADDRESS BY HON. J. F. C. GRIGGS,..STATE DIRECTOR OF not appear W have assisted "der of the city appear as the defendants. ....
each very much. The defandeni hBda
eral families bought bonds for
THE SALE OF THRIFT WARlSAVINGS STAMPS. It will be remembered ;
alfusions] member of the family. The negro that this fendant. The defendant who is now i

j ing of good fellowship between the population was not lacking in their ADDRESS BY HON. C. A. CARSON ON "BONDS VS. BOND- for man him got W.and J.it Steed was to back through a draft Mr. ed absent at Camp is E.Wheeler H. Fennell Ga.now. station. '
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listeners and the speakers. interest but made liberal additionsto
Capt. C. W. Woodward'of Camp the sum.Committeemen. AGE." 4 Steed's efforts he was caught by Dep- The case of Josephine E. Klrkpatrick ,
e uty Sheriff J. S. Stratton at Fort of Kissimmee '
vs. City damages
Gordon was the first ,speaker and: he Conn of St. Cloud ,
ALL BUSINESS HOUSES IN KISSIMMEE WILL CLOSE AT Lauderdale. $10,000.00, ended in a mistrial on
confined his remarks to and Entrfken of Narcoossee
represented The prisoner has not yet been sen- Wednesday. It was first discovered w,
the use of the guns, their sections and brought a liberal 2:30! P. M. AND THE BALANCE OF THE AFTERNOON AND -enced. that the'case was improperly docketed
and other exhibits of demonstrEatIn6t' ; support. A true bill was found against Sam and theh when the court had thei
which the train was Among the largest subscriptions received EVENING WILL) BE DEVOTED TO THESE PATRIOTIC EXERCISES Gentry colored, /v ho was caught in Jury called only five. answered/
Lieutenant J. M. were: J. Wesley Browri", $6000; IN HONOR OF LIBERTY DAY. lakeland with five or six suits of Whereupon the court declared a mistrial .
Canadian Highlanders was introduced : Mr. Voorheas of Narcoossee, $5000;
clothes,. which: were stolen from the no evidence having been sub>> '
as,a "member of the Social Squad," the State Bank $5000; and the Citi- servants hall or the Graystone ho- mitted. ". .
," told trench stories to the delight of ,,zens Bank $2000. tel. Sheriff Ingram notified the authorities A ''delay occurred in the case of q
his listeners, and was heartily applauded The visitors were greatly pleased CIVIC HOUSECLEANING NOW up and down the line and the Jessie /Hill vs. Frederick L. Wood-
throughout his talk. : with the spirit manifested here and Lakeland marshal reported that Sam ham (damages 1000.00 the plain. =,
Private Baldwin, a Savannah-, boy, stated to Chairman C. A. Carson that was down there selling clothes withM. tiff having to procure some necessary: 5(
who had been with General Pershingand nowhere .has greater enthusiasm and Katz's mark on them. He'prompt papers from Narcoossee.
has been severely gassed, brought "pep" been shown than in Kissimmee. ly went down with Willie Clark, who The case of First National Bank
a message from "over seas" straightto During the interval before the'train IN PROGRESS IN KISSIMMEEKissimmee Identified two of his suits and a hat, of, Sanford vs. Narcoossee' Farm ATownsite
the hearts "of the Kissimmee people left while Lieut. Roberts who had also some of the other clothes belonging Company, damages $10'
('= far more touching than aoy burstof taken a prominent part in the after- to other parties. However, 000. This case was set for Thursday.
eloquence were his simple statements noon's success was kept busy shaking the evidence showed that Sam got Another case set for Thursday was l
( that our boys were looking to hands with the people, he repeatedly -- these clothes in Tampa so, there be- M. I. Stout vs J. C. Emmerson, damages .
the home folks for the support strong remarked, "This is some town." seems in line for a thor even better to eradicate the flies and ing no case against him in Osceola $1,000.00.These .'
enough to equip them to fight a winning Other officials who' accompanied the ough cleaning of its ,streets alleys, I mosquitoes. They would continue the Bounty, he is to be turned over' to the last three cases were.unde "
fight and to bring them home train were: H. Warner Martin At- yards and everything; '' pertaining to use of oil in the storm"sewers and Hillsboro authorities. cided at the time of going to press.
t t again. lanta; R. H. Wolcott of Atlanta train the city. Not, however, because sick ditches and would spray more fre A true bill was found against R. Case of Louisa J. Baisden et all. vs.
);" Lieutenant J. B. Roberts s of Camp auditor; R. D. CofTman, Y. M. C, A. ness prevails here: but to insure a quently than every ten days should B. Arnett for passing a bogus check. Jane H''. A. McDermitt, ejectment,
true of the South told Camp Wheeler; W. II. Fogg Atlanta; continuance of the general good healthof wet weather require it., Of the criminal cases, the case was pajsed..
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/ of the, part!DixleLandwae'asked'toplay '\ ,, train traffic1 manager ,W,.D./ISchlor/ prepare --
for Uncle Sam'to locate''one>of Club centering, their,efforts on
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in the world war and of the wonderful eth, U.U. S.'N.S. N.; Savannah'A.'NSavage Atlanta W. A. Hancock the sites for a training. camp for his the one object backed by an army of
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response to every call. He told ; flyers. youngsters who are working for subhtantial DAMAGE TO POTATO CROP J
train electrician, Savannah B.
what it meant to wear the uniform ; Last week Dr. Hamblin of the State prizes there is 'little doubt
and his voice rang out over the sea of T. Morgan train traffic manager, Savannah Board of Health was here on one of that Kissimmee will present a much
,upturned faces in an appeal, as man ; Corp. A..1. 'Cunningham, his regular trips l and after lookingover neuter aspect that would be viewed :
r to man as he called "Get into the fight Camp Gordan; Privates R.' Welsh, F. her
the city with minute thoroughness with no small degree of pride by LESS THAN FIRST THOUGHT
with us by buying Liberty Bonds that A. Silky H. C. Schiller, James King, expressed himself as generally peonle and would go far in -recom- t
your boys maybe provided for." J. G. McGann, F. E. Dunning and T. pleased with the conditions but urgeda wending the city to strangers who .
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The audience went wild with en- J. Doran. systematic cleaning of the city to might visit here whether they werereprt'llenting .
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continued campaign to rid the com- aviation, sites of were lookingfor The heavy rain storms that swept such an emergency and had their
THIRTY THOUSAND POUNDS munity of flies and mosquitoes. These homes. over Florida last Thursday and Fri spuds well bedded up "out of 'harm's
pests he said were our greatest men- -Buy Liberty Bo.J.- day taking heavy toll of the potato way" which likely accounted for the
growers in many sections caused less fact that the loss, in this community s'
ace.Then Governor Catts set aside the CHAIRMAN CARSON SAYS damage here than at first appeared was less than in- other sections: of the e
week beginning May 6 as Clean-Up WE MUST REACH THE GOAL probable. The rain fell in torrents state. A number of the growers put
:y. OF PORK CURED IN A YEAR Week and called on the population of audit was said the water stood knee plows into the fields this week and
the entire state to engage in a, civic I April 25th, 1918. deep on,Broadway till it could be car threw more dirt to the ridges and
housecleaning. I Klseimmee Valley Gazette City. ried off by the storm sewers and deepened the furrows between the,

. ---- Conforming with both these requests Gentlemen: ditches During Thursday evening _
'-,1 t the Kissimmee Woman's Club, Wasn't that a'magnificent sight; at I four |inches -of water fell. This was rows.While there is no question but that
The Kissimmee Ice and Cold Storage as needed. No meat, Manager Jones which has been a strong factor in I I the War Relic train Monday after : followed by a heavier shower on Sun' the potato crop all over the state has
'r. Company is just rounding out said should be. kept longer than two supporting the work of the city officials I noon! Didn't our people subscribe day and many of the growers near been 'shortened by this general'rain,
what is practically the; first year'swork months. and bringing about the civic I abundantly, indeed sacrificially! I Kissimmee believed that the potato the growers may console themselves
I in the curing of home-grown But one piece of beef has ever been betterment of Kissimmee endorsed I was proud of them. I am sure we all crop would be damaged more than with the thought that higher prices
meat and gives some interesting figures brought to the storage plant thou the movement at their meeting Tues- were. A little more united co-opera- fifty per cent. However' the cool will undoubtedly result.
Which show the scope' of their that was cured as successfully day and voted to engage in an ener- tive effort and we will go over' the cloudy days which followed have done There seems to be little tendencyto :
work. pork. getic campaign beginning at once and top beautifully for Osceola county. much to ward off evil results and the get the potatoes out of the ground
Thirty thousands pounds of pork The difficulty of preserving meat in lasting till May 11. We haven't quite reached the goal. loss wil not be so heavy as at first and rush them to market regardlessof
has ben cured for table use. duringthe this climate has been a; serious draw- Mrs. J. Wesley Brown, chairman Hence we must not rleax our efforts. seemed inevitable. In fact, many of their condition and as a rule the
past twelve months. This meat back to the farmers and many of of the clean-up committee, appointed We can reach it! We must reach it- the growers say their crops are not growers prefer to await the decision
came not only from this vicinity, but them have not grown pork enough for by the club assisted by Mrs. J. Z. I Remember the goal for Osceola coun- damaged at all. of time and send no imperfect tuberson
from nearby towns, Narcoossee, St. the family table, but successful op- Roberson has hit upon a novel plan ty is $97,800. May 4th is the last The farmers here are prepared for the market. -
Cloud, and even as far as Haines City. eration of the storage plant opens up to rid the city of all objectionableand I day subscribe for the Third Liberty .
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'. It requires from 40 to 50 days to wonderful possibilities and will without unsightly trash. They are offering Loan bonds. A good long pull all together ,
cure the meat.It is then delivered doubt result in a,large increase in prizes of not less than $2 for the will Teach our quota. .
back to the owner and generally the meat production throughout this first prize to the boy who will gatherthe To those who subscribed' at the OSCEOLA COUNTY URGED TO .,
.i. kept in'the storage room. and cut from section. greatest accumulation of debris train on Monday, let me suggest that'
- - - from'anywhere inside the city limits you go at once to ,one of the banks :
Prof. R. M. Evans announced the or to some member of the Liberty
: contest to the pupils of the public Loan' Committee, and put your sub- OBSERVE POTATO WEEK
CLUB schools and the war against untidiness scription in the proper shape Sign
is already on. your application paying in full if you
KISJOINSECLEAN There will be smaller prizes thoughat wish to, or in part if you prefer. At
this date the exact number of these rate sign application and Indicate --
any your
UP CAMPAIGN prizes and the denomination can not the method of payment de- It has bee generally advertised until August 15th. Already several
that between the dates of April 29th counties in the state have -on
; be stated. The negroes will be given sired. This is Important. Do it now, gone
to May 6th, inclusive, the public is record agreeing to this.
the same incentive to clean up as the After May 4th will be too late.
4 white section of the city: and before Very, respectfully. urged to use lots of potatoe.,'for the Here is an opportunity to show how
the contest closes on Saturday after- C. A. CARSON, obvious reasons that it will serve to patriotic we are. If we can hear
tti A multiplicity of business featured Mrs. W. B. Makinson made an interesting noon, May 11, it is probable that not Chairman Osceola County. consume large quantities of the heavy promptly from a goodly number on
a the meeting of the Kissimmee Wouv talk on the' Postal Rate an old tin can, bottle or refuse of any crop of potatoes grown in Florida this question, we can account\ for how
'I- JIM'S Club Tuesday afternoon which Zone Bill, reading statements of kind will be seen throughout the and now being marketed thus aiding the majority of our people reel. Can
will likely be the last meeting the prominent men deploring this law. length and breadth of Kissimmee SOME POTATOES In the holding up of prices to 'the we afford riot to agree with this after
season. Mrs. Minnie Moore-Willson Mrs. Makinson read a set of resolutions other than these piles which can be County road superintendent who producer and also to furnish an excuse having measured up to the nigh ;
presided and pushed the business fOr- to be forwarded to represen carted away by the garbage wagons. also has charge of the poor farm has for the use of }eBB'wheat flour.
ward with dispatch. tatives and senators from this section As a result of this campaign, epects7.
The prizes will be paid in Thrift .had a force of convicts: at work this tfye
Mrs. Willson called the attention of at Washington, asking that their Influence Stamps week digging the potato crop at that food administrator has issued orders This is our opportunity to do a real
those present to a set of resolutions be used to repeal this law. Roma Thomas, chairman of the place. that no merchant or roceryman can service at home and I am going to ute
passed at a recent meeting condemning The motion met the approval of the street committee of the city: council, The field contains about fifteen sell, during that period, any wheat' that everybody fill out the attached i
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,all German made (goods and call I members and the corresponding secretary expressed his gratification at this acres of stud,, and the crop is exceptionally :- flour to any consumer. coupon and send the same to me,' indicating r
ing en the members to discontinue .to forward a copy of the res campaign and said that it was .f the fin*. In fact several po- All merchants are required to report your willingness or nnwill
, their .... This action of the club olutions. greatest importance that every per tato buyers and producemen who to the State Food Administrator ingness to this movement.
had been quoted quite generally Mrs. Mrs. E .E. Wells, household representative eon in the city co-operate in the effort have been out there and have seen the by or before April 29, the amount of . Very respectfully, */
WIMson said and she referred to an for the food administration to make Kiseimmee "spick and span." size ol the potatoes and the large wheat flour' on hand or in transit.A MILTON PLEDGER.Food ,
'article published in the Manufacturers for Osceola county, called attention to The council if continually waging war yield,. have unhesitatingly pronounced concerted effort has been mad Administrator "
ti. Record at Baltimore commending the observance of "Potato week" beginning on unsanitary conditions In generaland it;the finest field of.potatoes they over the state to get the consent of Osceola County
..kr ,the club for their progressiveness ana April 2&tt>, which was to be trash, in particular but unless the ever saw grown in Florida. the people to abstain from the further
I reprinting the resolutions and a circular made Wheatless a* far as possible. people take eai active interest and use, of wheat flour until the coming N
'" letter previously sent out by During a general discussion.: those keep their property d... the greatest in of the next crop of wheat, which Milton Pledger. Food Administrator.I ., t
,, N Druggist M.,S.' May, which toad started present. condemned the custom of using amount of 'good can not be accomplished. PAY YOUR POLL,TAX will be about the middle of AugustIf reside in Osceola county, Florida. 'J.
,r-r*' the ball rolling. Mrs. May ,was wheat flour in any form to serveas Tax Collector Dandy cells attention representative expression of the I an is favor of givfo 1o the r '"
tasked to read the editorial comment' refreshments' other than at meals. Mr. Thomas, referreing to Dr. to the fact: that poll taxes must be people e&D. be obtained in favor, of ( vemmeat: *U floor until' th ,1MX&
I made by Richard II. Ed In,connection: : with food conservation Hamblin's visit and the suggestionsmade paid on or before Saturday May 11th, this movemeat, w* will be able to report crop ia harvested There'are ', 't.i!
,, I' dent ,of the. ,Record. WhiDl'.Co Mrs. Maldnson 'made: the sug- by him sM the council would la order to qualify tflLvoto ,in the Jane oar county AS being in favor of member of my family. ,i

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I have had a radical change of young ladies, who might easily have ..
Don't laKo nnsfy dangerous calomel when WHous j heart. I have glimpsed a new phaseof been their own sisters, doing their bit : .
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ramp entertainment which com- to add a little cheer and bring a little
t; constipated.headachy.; Listen to mot f pletely changed all my notions on the color into the lives of a set of men : is an ideal remedy for consti i
subject. I had predicted dire-failure away from home and hungry for the ,
for the whole enterprise because of human touch and refining influence of combination of E
'" '' what seemed to me certain insurmountable feminine charm. And when it was all : E pation. It is a ,
Calomel salivates] I It's mercury your liver' and straighten you 'up >obstacle to its success. over they filed out in orderly fashion, :
Calomel ads like dynamite on n better and quicker than nasty calomel But in spite of that I and now readyto showing in their bearing that they : : simple laxative herbs with pepsin that
'luggish liver. When enlomcl oomca and without making you sick, declare my unqualified faith in the bore the utmost respect for the whale I and .
into <,olltll<'t'wHh sour bile it crashes you just go back and get your money. success af the undertaking all on institution. I.. acts' in an easy, nattwral 1 -manner, IS 1
I and nausea; '. If you take calomel today you'll be account of .what .I have seen. in the it1' positivelyeffective i
into cramping
itcaiming : safe for' children as as
tomorrow besides camps. From the Y- M.- C A. and K. of C., as
If you feel bilious, }headachy'con sick and nauseated ; (' The thing I saw last night has (National War Work Council) U.
stipated and all knocked out, just go it may salivate.you, while if given me the greatest thrill in years. Young Men's' Christian Association) : on ,the'strongest. constitution. .
,0 to your druggist: and get a bottle of you take Dodson's Liver Tone you 1 stood in the back of the tent in I have just seen .a sample of the .
, Iodson'a'Liver'Tono for a few cents will wake'',up feeling great, full of Spartanburg and saw eleven hundredmen Smilage .Book 'to be used .in"connection .. i' "*" : '
which is a. harmless vegetable substitute ambition and ready for work; bt> in uniform tingling with pleasure with, the Liberty Theater enter .. ...
and excitement the artists went ,
and as tainments. The-idea is a very happy .
It it i harmless pleasant'
for dangerous calomel. Take play. Sold in bruj g.; Stores Everywhere
their
through stunts. I caught the and appropriate one, and I am con- : ; ,
a spoonful and if it doesn't start ado to give to children; they Jiko it. spirit of thfe men in khaki. I saw the fident that it will help to injure the {
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-- -- -- the show through their eyes, laughed success of this movement.I 50 cts.. ( i r.,, ) $ 1.00 :
with them with them and :
sang 'understand there has been some .
pounded my fists in unison, with their. thought on the part of the public that : U
r The to be safe mighty applause.> all\ of the entertainment incamp was : M,0U .11
only way ) 1, too, was lonesome and away from supplied by the Young Men's Christian . :
home. The contagion of the thing association: This of course Is a : A trial bottle .tail lit "b)
says that the only way to be safe is never swept me into the full tide of their mistaken impression. We are finding : >\ HV7" : CMwf/t, \\'uihiHgtm.St\\ ., _Jfliallli"i, .:
THE'proverb before'the enthusiasm. I ,found myself Instinc- that there is a demand for gymnasticwork .
But that made
proverb was
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protection poinl; of thundering' neighboring their capacity for a great varietyof -_----__-- 0- '- -: -
e private on the back in hearty commendation programs, both educational and for TORTURED!
WOMEN Examine Your
If you havea fire Insurance policy,you have'wisely guarded \ of something that pleasedthe diversion. I am sure there will be1 Let Me Eyes

against one source of loss, but there are many others which elemental man within me. ample' need for all the entertainment Suffer terribly'with corns because of I have the scientific instrument..
might : loss The And now in my critical moments I provided for by the Military Entertainment high heels, but why for determining and the GLASSESfor
cause asmuch as a fite.
you I know that the show ordi Council the
was just I appointed by care now. correcting any and all defects .
nary. But out there, drawn into the Secretary of War, and the entertainment of vision, NO MATTER the natureof
INSURANCE' ServiceOF collective personality of that hilarious program provided in the Young Women wear high heels which buckle : your ruse, if your GLASSES don
unit, I saw beauty coloring the Men's Christian Association buildnigs up their toos and"they suffer terribly t suit you perfectly, 'call on me
THE drab monotony; fragile feminine and the Knights of Columbus build-- from corns. Women the"", proceed I fit any eye that responds to
charm to balance the accustomed ings to trim these pests, seeking reliefy -. light.! '
HARTFORDa9'ordsprotectionagainstevery brute strength/ of the mass; the spick.- J. S, TICHEN'OR. but they hardly realize the torii- You are invited to call for consultation
and-span habiliments of civilizationto Secretary. ble danger from infection. says a Cincinnati and 'advice,
offset. the primitive limitations of authority.
social ostracism! ; laughter, jests; and (Knights of Columbus!! Corns can easily lifted but with DR. E. S. HOFFMAN
r1 possible contingency. We song to banish for a brief while the Committee on War Activities.) the fingers if you will get frost any: OCl'USTOITICIAN2ft
would like an 'opportunity to loneliness und the intolerable monotony Those of us familiar with the workof drug store a quarter of an ounce of A Went Church Street 7 .
j explain it to you. r ; r of a soldier's ,life. And during the the Commission on Training Camp drug called freezeone. This is sufficient I (OKLANDO.) FLA. "
? evening there was tender sentimenton Activities realize the necessity\ this to remove every hard or soft
the bill which under other circumstances service which the :Military Entertainment corn or callus from one's feat( You'simply ATLANTIC HOTEL
D. G. WAGNER might seem mawkish; but Council is doing) under its direc- apply' a few" drops directlyupon . .
; here it only called to the surface the tion.I'lease. the tender, aching corn or c-.lIu"" Jacksonville Florid
laiurance--Bonds hidden things n man will bury in his \ feel free tj this The soreness is relieved at once and < 1 1.011: TO i\: IIHTIII ,
use unqualified
my -
Bank / I ..nd II......... 1 Illork ..
Citizens Bldg. Kissimmee heart under the assumed indifference entlol''tIlltlit' of Spiilenire, to soon the entire corn or callus, root und < itr. tin' } rant Oilier* 14'
of a harsh exterior. further the interest of the campl ign. all lifts out without one particle of .
1 Hot IIIK! .hlluIIIIIIIK wntcr .In i>vrrniuni .
For awhile last night these men You may also quote me as saying that: pain.This All outxlilf., and rrti'H,Ml., It outs.
forgot drill, uncomfortable bunkhouses this is not duplicating work already freezone- Is a sticky substance ,and. linlli II."t"" In 'i.1.1Ti.. 2 people\ $1 Mto '.
which (dries in moment. It $r r.ii.. K.: Frank ivaree, \1" > .
a just
.' W. II. ARNOLD ALAN J. lilAC DONOUGII weariness and the. enemy covered or provided: by us, all of
they are being trained to kill. They, which is free. shrivels up the corn without inflaming Whenever You Need a General Tonic
I ARNOLD & MacDON )UGH found a friendly companionship in 'the The plan of ('h.1I"ItinJ'ery: small' or or even skin.irritating Tell your(the surroundingtissue wife about\ Take drove's.The .
shoulder-lo-shoulder information of admission fees to entertainrrients under this. Old Standard Grove'Tasteless
Contractors, Engineers, Architects the meeting and .a relaxation in the the War Department Commissionon -Iltijl.lltrrtr' liomlnPile -. -, chill Tonic is equally valuable as *
community singing. Training Camp Activities. : seems Genersl Tonic because it_ contains the
: DARLINGTON. AVE. CITIZENS BANK BLDG. And they left without sacrificingany most reasonable. Cured In.. 6 to 14 Days well known tonic properties of QUININE
I 1 I. 41 1l of their self-respect. It was a P. H. CALL&lIAN, Your dntRKlHt wilt refund money \If PA7O and IRON It acts ou the Liver, Drivel
OINTMENT till to of I
l clean show. They had !seen and heard hairman. cure anrcn.e Itching.... out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
--------------- -- __ _ mind IlleFdinK or Prot ruction"lIn'a 610 i4 d.
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--- The first application gives I> e and Kc ioc. Builds up the Whole System. 60 cent.

l iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiniininiiiiiiiniiniiiiuiiiiiiiiii( inn GENERAL PRESENTMENTS -.-

'q 1-
j OF THE GRAND
JURY

High Cattle PricesAccompany I I I I
i '''I' --
'To the- onoruble James W. Perkins, mee so that. in event the Government'
= Judge of said Court: should .tuili its eyes toward Kissim-, ,

'i I '.'.'."i i,,WeAtheiGrnnd tJuryi em unejle I !IoI ,', \) L mee' ,hmelnfi and(Jo this(.' locality\ alon'..for( ;:, camp.'theondition Jhe ,estab-
; ,. .== .. " n 111, I'e gra I 'ta: I uj a. In-
,
= ,( wf U\t\ ? / ,
"
F : \' 4J:i -our' lobo a' I" e r ins h "anl11 ndih ? }mpli8igl"S&3 ,'.

f l I'r"High\ / Beef PricesI' "\: e mn\ ft unt heGrund I IOllceol1 reMaamof6Wlhis jJ
; In a"the'la t e aon'1oftf, }. We I
Jury, and we have been., ablo feel confident that thiswill be done;
m I == = to conclude our labor in record time. as1" believe that tho location of
If consumers: are to pay less for We have through committees examined such camp at this: point would. be not,
I beef, live-stock raisers naturally will I the Court House and jail. We only locally advantageous but also
I find the different departments of the \beneficial to the general Government !
a teceive less for cattle.If == Court House well kept and the Court' by the selection (of a location combining '"
House and the building itself in excellent topographical and climatic
farmers
are paid more for live order. We find the jail in an conditions.We f-
: "" stock, consumers will condition, and the 'note Paint
necessarily pay entirely sanitary some important suggestions -- N I ,
I more for meat. pl'is6ners well cared for and given the made by the last Grand Jury I II "1 1means
== _- IxMicfit of the corridors during the (lay.lime. .In local sanitary conditions, and we "'
I Swift & Company pays for cattle : The'jail is especially in u sanitary lrecoizimend I that the county commis- more :\
l condition, there being! no odor or Isioriei-H! and other authorities use such
I I 5 approximately 90 per cent of the price j I other unsanitary conditions about }suggestions and see that such as haVe 3 than color I 'I

I; E received for beef and by-products. the same.<< I not. been attended to ba immediately, ,

''i.' !I = The remaining 10 per cent pays, for' I placed We recommend 6n the bndgcs that, both railings largo and be' I carried We, are out.impressed that the use fo : : Paint may have the :

i dressing, freight to market, operation i small, across the streams of the coun- kerosene oil in the man holes of, the
t I E of distributing houses, and in most ty, for tho safety of the traveling I sewer system and in any-.pools of water right color( ; but unless -f':
public. There arc a number: of placesin round the city will prove of (great it contains
I 10 cases, delivery to the retailer. Net k ) good ma,2
the county where'rapidly moving benefit in the abatement of mos Jui-
0
e profits also have to come out of this a vehicles are liable to run off unless j toes.( This has been previously recommended terials, properly proportioned .

,, I t == 10 per centI the so railings are erected, and we \ and we join in such recom( t. ": :-? and mixed it does
T"ecommend that these "railings be mendation. 'i .: ,, .. not last;. it.
I E This margin cannot be squeezed erected by the proper authorities for I We beg to thank your Honor for '\ fails to protect woodwork
I 5 arbitrarily without the safety of the public. courtesies during the term of court,
J' danger of crippling We especially call attention to the I and also beg to thank- other officers : against moisture; it does not even retain
:
i ; 53 the only effective means of performing bad condition of Canoe creek!: bridge for their prompt and efficient attention its color beyond
short
j I, i the complex service of converting mid recommend that the same havo to the public business! coming a very period. "
I = cattle into immediate nttcntion. under our jurisdiction; r.nd. we now
meat anp distributing this We further recommend that the authorities beg to be discharged for the 'term.
53 meat t9 the' fighting forces and to both county and municipal, KOBT. T. BUTLER, Certain-teed
I _5 I consumers. give especial attention to the sanitary Attest' : Foreman.PeWILTOX .
conditions in and around Kls im- ) ALDERMAN: Clerk.
i' Swift & --- M " '" Company's net profit on 'tKISSIMMEE

r I a beef during 1917 was only /4 of a ST. LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET. BUSINESS MAN'S Paints and Varnishesare

d cent per pound. On all products, it SPECIAL REPORT. STOMACH SMALLER., not merely mixed,-they are planned-constructed-kuilt

I was a little less than four cents on '- -to meet every condition of usage or weather. Each indoor
National Stock Yards, Illinois, "My much distended stomach is or outdoor is
each dollar of sales. requirement cared for by a Ctrtaln-teed Paint
Complete elimination greatly reduced. or
April in, 1018.TODAY'S Doctors wanted to Varnish made of the right
I of these profits would not affect operate and tap my stomach but I materials, properly blended, to

r": I E appreciably retail prices of meat. or I logs 15,500!';;KKCKM'TS Sheep 100.: Cattle 6900; happened Mayr's Wonderful to sea a Remedy newspaper and ad after of meet Paints adequately spread farther that and particular last )longer requirement.than ordinary, Certain-tud paintsj

farm prices of live stock. _E taking 3 doses I have had no more therefore, they cost less in the long run.
t distress! or 'bloating1 /land am eating .
CATTLE While low
j Swift & Company will be : priced killing have Porch and Deck
I
glad to steers, !)00) ) Iba. and down, are not things not dared to eat for 6 Paint
co-operate in devising methods that much better than steady, all other years. I am"confident your medicine The picture suggests Ctrtain-taJ Porch and Deck Paint for your porch
$' I will improve ''conditions in the meat clashes' of cattle arc fully 25 to 40c will cure me. It is a simple, harm- ?nT .nf Bfinely"" eony an unusually high percentage 0/ lead
I 3 0 higher for the week and in very attractive less preparation that removes the ca- very pound, and mixed in pure, refined linseed oil.
i i 3 and live stock industry. demand. tarrhal mucus from the intestinal It offers maximum resTsunce to the element, and to hard usaiel and
Q Beef steels $10.50 to $15.25; stockers tract and allays' the inflammation it presents a smooth,easily-washed surface.
4 I f5 and feeders $9 to $11; \beef cows whic causes practically all stomach Cntai.-tad Paints and Var.
1* I E 1918 Year Book of $R.75 to $10.50; canners $7.25 to liver an.d intestinal ailments includ)) nishes are made: for all uses, -....- ,
interesting and ing appendicitis. One dose will convince in all colors, and in all\
e $7.60; yearlings $8 to $10; heretics sizescleans. a .Ir
instructive facts sent on request. $9 to $11; vents $10 to $15, and bulls or money refunded. J. Z. Rob- Any store1 that sells '"wusmunm/umaunnnmm e"s
I.II I. Address Swift &: Company $8.50 to $70.50. erson, druggist. paint can supply you..If the / uuuesmnwu
,
I HOGS: Market showing its usual -Huy Mb'crlr nU.1in- dealer you apply to cannot '
-; i Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois variations but. holding a shade stronger GOVERNMENT TAX' NOTICE supply what you want immediately
than a week ago; top at $17,90 he con obtain it
j (Hogs 160 to 210 lbs. $17.60 to $17.90; AH owners of motor boats with promptly.' U
i ; i 1' Swift & CompanyU. 220 to 250( Ibs. $17.40 to $17.00; ex- Axed ''engines are required to pay a Certaht-teed I ,
treme heavies $17 to .$17,25; 120 to government tax beginning October Products Corporation
A. 140, $17 to $17.50; 110 to 120, $16.50to ,4th, 1917. A
J S. I will be glad if all of OffieM ud WmlMMM b th*
$17; lighter pigs $12.60 to $16.25: ; owners mo- Pr'"la.I Citie.' of Am.rice DECSPAi
t and rough hogs $15.75 to $16. tor boats will write to me, giving tonnage ". ....___.of
:r .e SHEEP: Market very active and length and name of boat.T. .
/ / CertainteedIWnt.
,, iijniiiiiiiuiiJiuiiiJiiiuiiiiiKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJuijiiiiiiii iiniiiii firm compared with a week ago W. SMITH, iiooavaitu
. Wool lambs $16 to $21; Clipped lambs Deputy Collector of. .-v m :lw' .
dN + $16 to $18; fat sheep $llti.50 to $16.60, Internal Revenue, J RoeFurs. ,
t
/1IfDrtiM/+ Out M.ia i ri ,'Biilld.Vf System To Cure a Cold In One Day. canner wethers. and$16,75 choppers to $16.60\and''$8 to $13.50'' bucks; Laklajd Fla. 11sl.UWgaa.CWW :
-Bar Liberty .
t+ The Old!at..dtirdg'eeapt .ue.gtbealaf took T.k.tATATTVH BKOMO Qalal_. It__the I $13 to $14.NATIONAL. '
.' .,. ,i 'G&OVJI" TAaT.La8. claW TON.Coclrlooot I Couch. .and HewUcfe* tad works oil &be Mad LIVE STOCri Subscribe for the KI.slmmeeVal- C.r ai"'fI.J.Pairita' and Varnwhe. said in Ki imm )
.
COMMIS- lly
I> ..IC..wkhr.lbeblood.a" build. .pt..rU'V.toaiI.t -- Dm r t rrfnnd money K It fell to sun. ; .' i ,; ;
-t' Sw. ...... Fw.owuasa.- -.-- CIUIIj.1" I"". w. UROVim Ottutiw oa susY box., ft*. ,.1, 'J3ION]! .COMPANY. ley .Gazette., % *--........ : ,OSCEOLA HARDWARE.COMPAJW
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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1918 THREE:

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I HELPFUL RECIPES FOR 'WHEAT- .EMON JUICE. IS
,
Stomach Trouble FRECKLE REM '
VER.Iris
: - |THE BEST DEFENSE
WEEK
LESS APRIL
22-29 '. .Make
his cheap beauty lotion
FOR YOU AND ME
I .!.... to clear and whiten skin. ,
Sophie Bauer, 621 PINt Ave your FF
North,, Farlbault Minnesota write I cannot S r3'i.e I I Next week t.hQ.tood, administrationhas Squeeie the juice: IS EATING
two lemonsnto
"I cannot praise wonderful I 4
your aside
set as week, which
medicine Peruna, enough. It has Praise potato housewives in the community a* wellas a bottle containing three ounces MEATS
We are asked to observe as,wheat.1ess ,
, the club f orcbard..whlt. shake well and
'members.At ,
done, much for me during the pact in the of you .Z OP
week using potatoes place ;
ten years and I keep It In the house Campbell Station the club boastsof lave a quarter pint of the best freckle ,
his cereal which is needed for
,' continually.. I was in such a condition I. Your ; "our several boys who have joined and 'ind tan lotion, and complexion beat! QUALITY
and allies "over
that I could eat nothing but troops; our seas are raising crops. Raymond and ler. at very, very smal cost. : '
bread and milk and even that wa too The following recipes are furnishedby Roan Lanier both have fine tomatoes }!oour grocer has the lemons and I
leavy tor me at times. Now I can Wonderful Miss Albina Smith, county agent and are also' growing corn. This is any drug store or toilet] counter will
eat anything. I will .recommend Pe and will be especially helpful to the their first tomato crop. James Clark, supply three ounces of orchard white
runa to all my friend*" Medicine housewives who are in doubt as to another member of the club, is for a few cents. Massage this sweet.
grow
lust how to arrange a menu that' will. ing nice corn and tomatoes and his ly' fragrant lotion into the face'neck.' THE FIRST LINEof
I Those who object to liquid medt.. conform to the rule! sister, Miss Marie; has a tomato plot arms and hands each day and see how'I
tin**Olin procure Peruna Tablet. Peruna; Enough 4Spgon Hobson Bass, in.the East Lake set freckles and blemishes disappear and
hop clear, soft and health' defense should
white the skin be be
Corn Bread (without Wheat) tlement, is another lad who is grow your
comes. Yesl It is harmless
.
\ 2 cups water 1 cup milk, 1 cup ing tomatoes-and is varying the crop .. well stocked with 'high-qualitied
-- -Il l.lhrrtr ... .
110.
i r ,
white corn meal 1 tablespoon butter, with corn and beans. "I, -i---
2 teaspoons salt.2 eggs.' .. At Center Park Misses Aline Bass, ADVERTISED LETTERS meal That i i. the only sort of
Mix the water and the corn meal Dorothy Simmons and Kate Partinare "
and bring slowly to the boiling point specializing on tomatoes and their Advertised Iit; for; the two weeks meat-food. .we tell. We are await- ,
State Bank' and cook '6) minutes; Add the eggs* plots are in a promising condition. ending May 6 1918:' ing your personal or telephonic or
well beaten and the other ingredients. Each of these misses has a canner Ferguson, Mrs. Mary; Gilbert,' W.
Beat thoroughly and bake in a ,well and is prepared to put up their entire M.; Greean, Mrs. Annie; Johnson, der.. .
i greased pan for 25 minutes in a hot crop.. They are experimenting with Mrs. Jamustia; Mannel,.Mrs. Annie;
I ; of Kissimmee oven. Serve from the same'dish witha grapes this year and have planted a Smith, Geo.; Turner, Ediman; W nd- -
er, T .C.; Young, Miss Laura.B. .
ap Qn. This serves six' people.. dozen plants of Thomas variety of the
muscadines, which are especially recommended B. SIMPSON
Market
The eyes of the world Delicate Spoon Corn Bread this section of by Florida.the government for. -Buy Liberty Bo Postmaster..J_ .. City
..(Without Wheat) Susie Subscribe for the Gazette$2 yearly.
Tyson at Shingle Creek is
One-fourth cup corn meal, 1 teaspoon
growing her first, plot of tomatoes
butter 1 1
tablespoon
sugar! ,
teaspoon salt, 2 2 milk.Mix which has just reached the blooming. -
eggs cups
are on the man who the corn meal and milk and stage At and Whittier promises Miss signed Bertha yield.Baisden ,
bring slowly to the boiling point and
cook a few minutes. Add the butter is growing tomatoes; Pearl McClel- BID GOOD-BYE 'TO TROUBLE!
lan has
a war garden and Clarence
sugar, salt and'yolks of eggs.
Lastly fold the whites of Guy has potatoes and beans in his
beaten stiff. in Bake in a hot oven eggs 30 plot. Since planting this gardenClarence'e "Traffic Blocks," and "Strap Hanging"

miutes. Serve. in, the dish in whichit parents sold their place are jokes when you
SAVESPAUSE is cooked. This serves six people. and moved to Kenansville and he con
tinues caring for his crop though he
must travel distance of ten. miles to Ride a BicycleYou
Corn Meal and Hominy Bread. do so. -
(Without Wheat) I|I Misses Edith and Gertie Bass can ,
1 cup cooked hominy 1 cup milk, 1 ning club lassies at Kenansville, are "
teaspoon melted butter, 1 cup white helping the sugar shortage by plant. get through the days' duties easily, by conserving your :
corn.meal 2 eggs, 1 1.2 teaspoons ing sugar cane, which they expect V .
time and preserving health. To the of l'
for a moment, young man, salt. make into syrup. your, man or woman
Mix the .ingredients! and bake 301 I At Kissimmee park the pupils of today the Wheel is a nerve tonic, and it keeps the mind and 1-
a thought to self., The minutes 1n a moderate oven. This the school will dry vegetables and ,
six fruits this body'alert. Ride a Bicycle. 4
serves people. summer for use in "hot <
problems that confront you now, or ----. dish" for the school luncheons which f
Boston Brown,; Bread I is prepared. at the school house, each BRYAN CYCLE CO.a
will few hence.Look day
, . ,{ a years 1 cup corn meal 1 cup rye meal, 1 I Valuable bulletins ,
from the
Graham flour 2 1-2 government "
cup teaspoonssoda 105 Broadway Kissimmee Fla. '
about yon-the men of affair in country, state, nation 1 teaspoon salt 3.4 cup molasses on canning and drying vegetables ,I IJ

yet, in the world, are the men who started to tare early in life. sweet, 2 milk.cups sour" milk or* 1 3-4 cups.I Agent may, Miss be obtained Smith. from the County p f,,

I 1 nay i.n.rrir i .d. .',
o -
Mix and sift the
bare the and confidence of the dry ingredientsand
They respect community.
INFANT SON OF I't"
all the molasses and milk. Beat MR. AND .

Then look on the other tide-at the fellow who spend all they well thoroughly buttered and covered steam molds.3 1-2 hours Remove in MRS. COMBS DEAD Stout Lumber Co. {,

,.,. make-they may have a food,time. for a while, but what doe their the covers and bake the bread long The infant son-of Mr. and Mrs. SUCCESSORS. TO MAY-BTOUT LUMBER-'' CO. 1
personality reflect? enough to dry the top. I Garnet Combs died last week at their :
This may also be made with 1 1-2 home on Vine street, after a brief ill DEALERS; IN '
A dollar or to deposited Sn this bank will be the cups corn meal and rye meal and no ness. Dr. J. D. Sibert conducted the Yellow Pine and Cypress Lumber. Novelty If.'
nucleus of an honorable, independent career. Graham flour. This serves eight. peo funeral services from the house on
Make your ,beginning now-today. Your bankbook ple. I Wednesday and the little body was Works in COl1l1ectiol1.'I
will the ...:..-.. laid to rest in Rose Hill cemetery.The .
pave way. Corn Meat Gingerbread. community deeply sympathiseswith It i is oar pleasure'' give you estimate at all time ?

Capital *tockResource _________________- ___- ____ 100000.00 3 cups core meal 1 cup molasses, the bereaved parents! in their Courteous Attention and Prompt'Delirery. {:

over_____________________________ 600,000.00 2 tablespoons (lard, 3.4 teaspoon salt, liss.-IIU7 .... < no... '
2 cups sour milk, l' 1-2 teaspoons >rr r ":- Phone 21 Kis.immee, Fla. '

Officer and Director: der soda, ,1.2 1 egg teaspoon 2 teaspoons cinnamon baking, 1-2 pow.teaspoon ley Visiting Gazette card Job Department.printed by the Val,I ...o.oo.ooooooo.ooo.otooooooooo.......

C. A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY. V-P. cloves 1-2 teaspoon ginger. ,
After sifting together the dry ingredients y
\ ROMA THOMAS., CashierN. combine them with the molasses
1 milk and melted lard. Mix ,
C. BRYAN. N. B. CARSON, M. KATZ these ingredients thoroughly, then I .
C. A. CARSON II. FLEMING E. L. LESLEY, add the well beaten
'egg. Place the 1
J. WADE TUCKER. Directors. '. in I W. H. ARNOLD ALAN J. MacDONOUGHArnold
I gingerbread a square pan, havingthe
batter three-quarters of an inch OFFICE GROUND FLOOR

\, thick. Bake in a,moderate oven for ,
W fCITIZENS BANK BUILDING
r. twenty-five minutes. Remove it from I
j I the pan and, cut it into squares. Ph" 1
.
i
, ,"g::,:, Lendiiim'"I' ''' ;. '. ENOCH MORGAN'S ",''I ,:'. ,' ,: .;i',.t7--' +' ', /. ,
1 SONS CO. Dried Pea Loaf. -I. ,.
Allan / 1 pint cooked peas 1 egg beaten, 1 ?
cup' bread crumbs, salt and pepper, 1 i
7 tablespoon finely minced onion, 2 tablespoons -
butter or oleomargarine. .
, @ I I'I Combine the ingredients and shape Aet.
! the mixture into a loaf. Bake it for &
I I twenty-five minutes. Serve the loaf .
I Buy'''with' tomato sauce or with Creole t. .
[ sauce. .
BB s SAPOLIO

For For I Peanut Loaf. .
:1 cup mashed Irish potatoes, 1 cup
PATRIOTISM
ECONQ.MVOIAcfions finely ground peanuts 1.4cup milk,
2 eggs beaten, .seasoning. Combinethe MacDonough
!speak (louder: than ingredients and shape: the mixture

words-Act-Do Talk -Buy Now into a loaf bake it in a moderate oven
I for twenty minutes. Serve the loaf
with white sauce.:
r f .
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C. A. CARSON President. N. C. BRYAN. Secretary Scotch Oat Crackers. .
2 cups rolled oats, 1.4 cup milk, 1-4
cup molasses, 1 1-2 tablespoons fat,
Waters 1-4 teaspoon soda 1 teaspoon salt.
The & Carson
with Grind the other or crush materials.the oats Roll and out mix in REAL ESTATE!

a thin sheet and cut in squares. Bake
for 20 minutes in a moderate oven.
Grocery Company Makes 3 dozen crackers.

Baked Oatmeal and Nuts.
2 cups cooked oatmeal, 1 cup crushed
E HAVE THE LAND size
Il. Wholesale aDd Retail Dealers inGROCERIES peanuts 1.2 cup milk, 1 teaspoon w you want-any
l. ,
vinegar, 1.4 teaspoon pepper. 2 1-2
teaspoons salt. Farm from 5 640 with
to
acres or more -
Mix together and bake in a greased -: or ::
pan 15 minutes. This is enough
for five people. without orange .groves, land adapted to the growing
-1'U7 r.Ibertyfoad.- -- .

0000040400 + 00000 . . .'. . . 00 . ; urges Good support business to as the well government patriotism in of CASTOR BEANS, Truck Farms, Chicken Farms,
its financial needs, and no class of I \
WE SELL: : e WE BUY: Americans more than the farmers of
the nation whose own welfare is indissolubly Cattle ranches, Hog raising, general farming, Potato -
; o HAY 0 0 bound up with that of the .
0 HIDES United States government.
.='\... O GRAIN 0 .' ---H.r Libert llo.d_ and Cabbage land, or virgin soil. .
lor 0 FURS .

O O FERTILIZERS SHINGLES .0* .*. WOOL <. ... (CANNING'CLUB NOTES ) We have a number of bargains in city prop-

AND '
ORANGE BOXES . Interest in canning club work in erty that you wouldn't resist.
4o. ALL Osceola county increases as the sea-
'o ORANGE WRAPS. son advances and the members of
COUNTRY the clubs generally speaking are Call on us to show you. It costs you nothingto
O VEGETABLE CRATES t t. .. looking forward to good crops from .
e 0 PRODUCT their one-tenth acres. Tomatoes are
CRATE NAILS f e 0eeeoeooeoeeooeee grown as the first crop and these will let, us prove that we have the land you. are l looking -
be canned for sale or for use on the
oeoeeeeeeeeieewe family table. The crop this year will for---in the place like---and
at
prices
you
be 'later than common as the early you
cell field and garden seeds of all land bloom wan removed on account of the

Wi give special.attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties.a dry weather.At can
Free, delivery in city limit "Phone No. '12. < Bassville the pupil of the pay. .
We are county; agent for seed ferhhzer .Ask u* for circular and one** school have planted war gardens and

on fertilizer "' ,(D..: S. Feed AdimibDon. Licen N.. G-Z2092), are every'Interested two in weeks demonstrations by the countyagoent given I

Miss Albina[ Smith. These

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FOUR APRIL 26, 1918
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S ION L. FARRIS OH. SAY. CAN YOU SING
t ALLEY GAZETTE

::5:5KISSINMEE Oh, sat, can you sing,..from, !the start t,
4 t CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS FROM FOURTH DISTRICT. ISSUES A . 'to the end
.....,1...... 1I.r: Vritar.MMM .. CLEAR. CLEAN-CUT ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE. PATRIOTICAL. What so proudly you stand for WRIGLEYS
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ar KI..I Valley G..U. C -p ,
when orchestras
?. ? i __ LY AND FEARLESSLY DEFENDING HIS ATTITUDE ON VITAL play it:

1 '. _ KI..I_. _ _yI.rida_ _ ISSUES NOW CONFRONTING THE NATION AS A RESULT OF When the. whole that blend congregation,. Invoices

1\\, W. B. Harris. 1..I..t THE WAR. Strike the and .
r up grand tune then '.
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v. Ag..w.
K.: 42. .
; 1& .......... N.. 11On I How valiant torture they and shout slay it when T they're

\ I.l.crlpdo. R.t.., first starting out; \

i I Copy. On. Tear-___$ Oil But the dawns early light? finds them ,
S On* Copy, 8I Ix Month, .-.--.. 1 (,Ii, ,floundering about.
4 $ On. Copy. Three Month.---------- .7" Tis the Star Spangled Banner they're 1 1j j

j :,: trying to sing, .
; 55 authorized All communication corrc pond except..nt. mu frotnour t b,' ;fl 1 But. they don't knew the words of the ,
S :1 r Irned. by the wrltvr. previous brave thing. Keep WRICLEVS( In i,
: Rejected matter will not be returned Hark, the twilight's last gleaming has
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...1... called for. some of them stopped. .. "% ;V' mind as the longest-

t I'k (Entered. In the Pontofflce at Kl."lmme But the valiant survivors press for S .
.r *. Florida, -oond-cln mattr.r .)' ward serenely 4 Last1nconfetiOflYOU. i
To the ramparts' wo watched, when \ ?
ill APRIL 26, 1918 -I some others were dropped; can buy. Send it to .
And the l loss of the leaders is manifest
,. I keenly. the boys at the front. i

M i 00 Talk oOOt about-.too.OtottotOO.i Liberty Honda ,be- < Then the "rocket's red glare" gives. ,

i1 I ln(5( safe-conservative estimates v I And there's the bravest'a few left scare to, fare the
I 'the wealth of the United *
place Income <. "bombs bursting in air" ,
lUiifi States at 250000000000. ,
S
All this oCo Tis a thin line of heroes that manage -. ,
$50,000,000,000.
too
and more!, ,
S The last of the, and the "home .
& verse
Buy one
t <* Bonds. Some backing. ,j .
<- of,Ahe brave;
S '< now, +++++ ,-:.+++ p, S. -The' Flashlight,

,_i hwy Liberly ll....."-;--- BUY A LIBERTY BOND i kTJ'uIIII f

I 1 ll llI Every bond j Is a blow at Germany.

You hit them one hck.f Classified Advertisements

-I ,! ___H.yIIbrt7 flo.d- .
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j dollars I
I Laziness is vice. Make your -
I 'work. Invest in the Third Lib. LOST-One Hudson'1iicycIe. suitablereard !
for Information return.Ktfenlmmee \
I. erty Loan. I Telephone Company WarTime.EconomY '1,
-Buy 1lh..r. Houdt NI. -
I ] FOR BAL.B-ONE EMERSON TYPE-
Industry, saving and lending to the WHITER. MODEL THREE VIS
government are national 1 deeds and 4 4S I IBLE. AS GOOD AS NEW. Apply '-II- In Sweetmeats ==i
116 South Vernon Ave. tf
natioal duties. I -II 11=1

p t -Buy liberty 1I0.d_ FOR SALE CHEAP I Intend to sell. =
S. a 5-cent package of WRIGlEV'Swlllszlve
S both of my bungalow right away. j
does German autocracy -
I is
: The test on- ; 1
If you are Interested In n real bar-
A 'breed better men than American gala write to me about them or call = you several l days enjoy ,:
democracy? to see me. The Currie residence li
4. loomed on "Verona St.. haa two lots = ment: Its an investment in benefit .
_. Bay I.lberly 11.- a rice six-room cbttaoe, large workshop

S i S Areyour hearts with our soldiers ?1 ,flowing Rood garage wel: ) ., Price nice lawn rlfrht.excel.lent The as well as pleasure. for it helps L

S, The response to the Third Liberty Rod Bungalow, corner Mnltbette, andKcnnuda -
Loan will be the answer. new, never occupied, good teeth. breath. appetite. digestion. -!
S ..!Izc. lot, built of bent materials. Anyone ,
S -
-llur ......r., Honda- Interested In either( of these
proprrtlts) with real Intention to buy _I

4 yet Remember and it may the need Kaiser your Isn't money licked to l.a--------- -- -------S--------------- -- -1 and cnn buy arrange them any low, roisonnhli below tht-lr. ,'alu"1 = Chew It After Every Meal S '1"1

do it. Buy that Liberty Bond today. ; i 'has P. Pow. 21 So. Orange Ave. "
To the People of the Fourth Congressional District of Florida: Orlando Fin_ 8-tf I ,
S -Iluy Lll>crl" 110.- 4
SS Our country ha!* become involved in whiskey spirits and alcohol, in F 'in. RENT: : -KurnlBh. .1 nous f..i. tho"uruRl'
in the ThirdS up
dollar '
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"Every invested r months. Ml'*. M A Clink = The Flavor Lasts a,1,1
Liberty Loan is a dollar invested in the mightiest conflict in thehistory of which Congress had levied a special 216! Verona St. J -2Ipd. :
American manhood."-General Per the world in defense, not only of tie war tax of $2.10 per proof gallon : I <
I >.\II1Y I fi' 'V H 1.,1|1t M.\I.I.J: l h v'ev.'rstoek '
> S principles upon which this repul Had Congress made provision for the I WRAePIO S
ching. ,
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,, _liar kllierty tlundii- was founded but for the liberation of immediate collection of this special sell two or 01 l three im paxtur.daily 00 and,"..wh i:II. 'to.. ::
< mankind, IInd for the establishment of war .tax upon this vast quantity '\Wells 116 ;JIiiblH-tto Str...t. 1'.tfFOtl I GLAP tLJ'a" j.
: What sacrifice have you made to democracy throughout the world. It liquor, the government; would have II I ; e.bYS Li; 1t'i .
l, protect your home from Prussian Is the final struggle between the forcesof derived 1 a revenue of ,0491,522,2n2.: : apartments KENT-for Furnished light housekeeping rooms or, I
I domination Invest in Liberty Bonds democracy end autocracy, and democracy Cut this special war tax cannot bo In modern, convenient house, clone In
till it "pinches your pocketbook. is coiner to triumph, it matters collected until the liquor is removed Mrs. E. .E. Wells, Heal Kstat' and Insurance .j
L ,1 l _lluyt' l.lliertr llondu- not what the sacrifice and cost from the distillers' bonded ware 116 Mnbbette St.. 1'hone Z42.

; You'd jump at the chance to )paper : -_ may be In the end. Every man, won: houses, and the distillers can keep it DWELLINGS: for rent. Apply to M
I fcO cent for fire protection if your an and child of our country has bom in the warehouses for eight: years.I Tiller.FARtlERSSendtoday._
5i: warehouse was burning. Today 'our called to the colors, and it is the solemn i stand for, and Congress should for a free am- |
," home. wealth and lifo are threatened duty of each and every one of us enact, legislation that will enforcethe pie copy of the Florida Farmer and
A: I, : by German oppression. Liberty to respond to that call to the fullest! payment of these, taxes at once. stockman published at Jacksonville. ITetia t I

5 Bonds .are like insurance.,policies. Invest extent of our ability. There is a work Distillers should not be permitted to Ing, poultry.about livestock citrus fruit raising and tr da
Tr \4M vow.; for all of us to perform. deprive the government of this large Ing twice a month at 60o per ) rY-1
-Bay Liberty 1I0.dt I stand ittdy: to sreve In any capacity amount of revenue by retaining their three years for f 1.00. Only ...
but I conceive it to be the bonded warehouses until and general farming paper In the 'I.tllle.
The sooner the Irresistible might of my dutyto liquor in Write today _' I
S thisgreat Rcpublis is organized andS offer as a. candidate for Congress after 'the war, when in all likelihoodthe .
put into' full action the sooner the from 'the Fourth Congressional District '' war tax of $2.10 per proof gallon FOR BALK--Second-hand; J.-.rd. cars Poll Tax Notice
of Florida at this time believing will be removed. They should bear at attractive price Usceola :Motor
S. war will end. Every dollar invested ('o., S'i7 itrondwav.WANTEDtA .. .
in government securities works to I cpn be of greater service to my their just share of the war burden ,
.S., shorten the war, to save the lives of country in the halls of Conzress! than just as every other industry and all few milk customers 13.J. .
p American soldiers and sailors. in any other place. I say this because classes of citizens are required to do. Hoi Iff, Cape. Breeze. Phone. 23L 17-tf
of training- and .inJ I I. Penalize in Foodstuffs
_nay Liberty llo.d. f'' my lonff experience j Profiteering
tr.!( mass meeting, held.nt'MontHrello.X' ) 'j/ 1.fi!.; hot hjillouseflii!lof, ,the&Legislaturejo' MI ptand/omuchi\ ! additional..':,legislUlation 1idjJS7itecund I I'
1 loridajwhich I Lbelieve r'r aatmayb4needed .t
Ip. me
r Jefferson countyV ,nearlygthref eqanchiofipubliqtBervi \ /Atoi prevent

I hundred.',people(j pledged themselves [pEofiteeringflinffoqdstuflsgapd (other must| -
6-f'oot
,,. S to "eat no more 'wheattill't.be''i Raise! ::\J r ecord Earnine.5lyRecord'In'public'life*Is"'an peti1 I[4ndustryshould'necessities of'lifeJlAII'be permitted: |branchesjof'to!'earn' M'unpa.lnted.llfl.we.'kp|. tonied nslitarchl 9 rowe!boitt> . "PJSWWIM ??,, ,_, T nnvreTTxBTnn nmiy
is licked or until:,the 1918 is released -
." Then comes word crop from Bre- book. and I l.em not ashamed of it.. I j:n reasonable profit but unreasonable one chain pair; got oars-away and oarlocks from Melklejon's rope and I fore Saturday, May llth, in order
yard where the County Food ')ave taken on active part in every profits should be prohibited and pen dock, Paradise Island. Return to
county nohtical contest. in the state ever alized. War brings untold sacrificesand Mrs. C. C Kvern, Paradlsu Island
no P,*more iT8 Association wheat flour in voted the county to handle till since attaining my majority, and in suffering to the great masses of li'Ire dollars reward offered. 16-tf qualify to vote in the June Primary.
each of these I have been the and is time
th. arrival of the new That's contests on people, this no for one BAII.ET'S AUTO SERVICE Klsslinm
crop. the side of the people. I commencedmy class of our people to prey upon the to St. Cloud, 10 a. m 1 m and 7 30
% the kind ,of patriotism that gets resuits. m, St. Cloud to 1'tssimm'e 8 a. in. .
political career as a follower and other. We must not only fight to p. .
active of the late lamented make the "worki! safe for 12 m. and 6:30: p. m. C..ntrnl Drug .
democracy"but
supporter Store..Kissimmee, Phone 41 MarinesDrug
:* -Hay Liberty ItoBdn- Napoleon u. Broward, and no greater I we must also fight to make "de Store St Cloud, Phono fit C. BANDY r
;! MOT SACRIFICE BUT INSPIRATION 'hampion of the cause of the common. mocracy safe for the world." 1 Residence St. Cloud phone 88. Cars S .
t people ever went forth to battle for | Justice to Labor. for hire. Dalley's transfer. itti17LAN : , .
The week 29 has .
.4 beginning April 'the principles of democracy than he. I stand for full justice to labor as Tax Collector. ',
been let asido. by the food administration !
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S or ten years in both Houses of the well as every other class of our citizenship A
Potato Week when
are as to be used in place, of foods potatoes Legislature of this State as Representative -, : and for legislation for the I KS
of the House of and children. 1
at Speaker protection women
flour. This will .
S requiring mean a and as State Senator, I have stood | Will Work for Agricultural and Other cmix TONIC \
S 5, small sacrifice from every individual steadfastly with the and for I Industries.I ,
people,
but the flour. is needed feed
to For and
In' ourS every measure that had for its purpose I' shall work untiringly for all leg. CHILLS FEVER __ _. uu__ __ _
boys the trenches and allies .
our
<'the preatest good for the great-i islatlon for the 'benefit and upbuilding COLDS, GRIPPE, MALARIA \ .
the who between I
across seas, are standing
1 est number." During this time the of the agricultural, citrus fruit, and
v 'l the Hun the and'unspeakable our Kissimmee atrocities homes.of conflict between "special interests"nd livestock, and other industries of my 2c*Soc Evsrywtiirs. No Cars.No Pay Watch This Space J -fj
S the district and I have always .
.i We have not been asked to leave \ people were many. In each of : State just as
: our places of business or lay aside these conflicts the record will show done during my long service in
that I have been the side of the
on the Legislature.
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our plans for the future, we are asked .
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tSS S. to give one and one-half pounds of people always.Where I Stand.I Appropriation will J make every for effort Waterways.I possible. to Next Week 1

; floor.We have not been asked to leave S believe in a "Government of the secure necessary appropriations for JustArrivedTwo S 1h

t it our homes ai d loved ones for the J people! for the people and by the people" the improvement of the rivers, harbors I h
in of in and of district II
loneliness of camps. .We have been : equality opportunity; waterways my
S asked to give a small portion of flour. equal rights to all and special privileges I Federal Aid for Drainage. The Cut Price Cash Grocery of this city has just"installed 'a
i to none. It is needless for me to say that I I '
We have
: not been asked to face the
Sharer Pure Food counter for bulk groceries. This counter present
dangers of the J With the President. feel a deep interest in the great Everglades I J
: ,' tion1* mighty ships sea on we one are of asked the nat for- First,' 'and foremost of all, I stand drainage project. I stumpeda Carloads of a very handsome appearance and is one more guarantee IhaPthe bulk ',

one week to stay the hand that reaches with, the President for the vigorousand I great part of Florida in behalf of I goods we sell will be clean and sanitary. -
: S, into the flour barrel. efficient prosecution of the war the candidacy of Governor Broward
S "S We have not been asked to enterS \\o the very limit of the man-power upon this issue, and as a member .of )
the trenches to endure the bursting and all the resources of the country, I the House of Representatives during S The Sherer-ized Store

: ': bombs and hellish gases and ell the in a fight to the finish until autocracy I his administration, did everything in OaklandSensible I
S horrors of an inhuman warfare, instead has been: destroyed and the world my power in face of tremendous opposition II I'm running a ShererUed store; Jio walks! my Shererlzed: store to
S we are asked to select from made safe for democracy.Government I on the part of the railroad I wouldn't] go back any more, fora his friends.
bountiful supply of nourishing foods a 0", nerahl p. interests to enact the necessary leg- I carload of scads, to' the way of Oh, hire in my Shererized 1 shp,
Ii ,( and eat our fill of everything, other J stand for Government ownershipof i islation to commence the work of reclaiming Six Cars our dads, to the sloppy old, methods, economy's always on top; for I
, :;; than flour. railroad, telegraph lines and nil these fertile lands. I will of yore. things are at hand, at my constant .
For one week, beginning Aprl 29, I other public utilities. do all that a Congressman can do to I You ask "What does Shererize command. I don't hato trot till
\ let tile seal of. the nation's houor securely Draft Wealth as Well as Men. secure the financial assistance of the i mean?" "Well, firstly it's making I drop. The goods; aie in sight; of ,J
"\ S. ; I lock flour barrel I stand for the drafting of wealth, Federal Government in the furtherance things clean; in a Shererized store the scale, I nm wasting no time ina
,r S throughout the length evcry and breadth of as well as all other resources of the of 'this great drainage project, there's no junk on the floor; no dirt Hale; I gambol nnd smile in the
4 the land and .every man woman arid Nation, in the prosecution! of the war, not only because of its Importance to ot disorder to be seenThe goodsare old fashioned style, as I merrily -
' r; child count itiot/ a sacrifice but I upon the snme basis that the man this district and the entire State of Price protected from fleas; the mica take in the kale. _
4 inspiration Woo called to have an hood of the country is drafted and Florida, but also because I feel a do not gnaw at the peas; the rat I The problems that bothered my
upon
S some part In bringing to the I sent to the battlefront of France to pride in carrying to completion a never gloats o'er the shaker rolled brain, and drove me three-quarters S "
f r world. peace ,fight for the principles of democracy work that I, in a humble way helpedto oats, and the cat doesn't roost on' I insane, in the times that are past,
/ f -Bay Liberty hondu_ and the liberty of mankind. commence. the cheese The goods that a customer have been settled at last; the word .
CORN ROLLS S For Prohibition. I Upon this general statement of my buys aren't specked by tho i "Shererize" will explain. The .
following I stand for prohibition of the liquor attitude upon the main public questions frolicsome flies, and no bowwowcan problems of loss and waste, the .'
S 5 been Th' tested reliable recipe is said to have traffic both during and after the war; I now demanding the attention of $1,050 weep on the crackers I keep, I problem of profitless haste and ,

I1 ., .- the by rolls cooks who" recommend for commandeering by the govern) the people I submit my candidacy for no matter how often he tries. ten thousand more, of the grocery
as "delicious. t'o1fena ment of the millions of rations of alcohol i the office of Congressman from the Folks come to my ShererUed store have all horn my doorway S
S wonderful possibilities to busy now in the distiller. bonded Fourth District of Florida.If S store, and when they have looked been chased.
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.5 'housewives; and will conform to any warehouses of thecountry for use in'' my record in public life, and my F. O. B. Factory the place o'er they murmur, "Gee I'm running a Shererized
of the food
fl ,: .regulation administration. the manufacture of explosives, and stand upon public questions meet Whizl! How delightful it Ul! We've" I don't tear my hair: any .torel
1 cup cornmeal, 1 tap. salt, 1 qt. other war munitions, _thereby conserving I. your approval vote for me on June seen nothing like it before! The don't sprinkle tears on whis-
my.
S water, make into mush boiling oneS for food 4th. and I will give the best
; purposes approximately you ser customer cheerfully spends and kerr and ears, or rpend my nights
hoar, add scant cup lard or substituteS ten. million bushels -of grain, i vice of which I am capable.Respectfully when from my place he wends he walking the.floor.
1-2 cup sugar, when coot add 1 soaked and millions ot.pllons of molasses, i gives me no knocks, but boost as WALT MASONS S
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yeast cake, let rise three hour., work now being'consumed under
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government
.tiff with flour, wheat barley or direction in the manufacture of ION L. FARRIS. Mach Bros. Everybody cordially invited. You will be
ix* I other substitute, set in cool place, icebox alcohol for war purposes. ( Paid Advertisement) treated right.

: preferred. It may be used in 12 Collect Whiskey Taxe. -8r' i llswrtr B..._''
; hours bqt is better alter 24 hours. On the CUT PRICE
first of January of the present If yon have anything to cell, trade CASH GROCERY:
When needed'plneh off desired "
year there were in the distillers' or ,
.mount, let rise from 2 to 4 hoars and bonded warehouses in he United exchange try our classified column. GARAGE Phone>>
S. ',bakThi. will'keep two'week/ : 'proof gallon 'of I ,It brine -result p \ .141'. 422 Broadway, "

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'I. INTERESTING LOCAL'ITEMS 1 STORES TO CLOSE. ON trouble hi the army. Prior to that .

i } THURSDAY AFTERNOONS they also have some preliminary
practice in an orphanage.,
I April 25, 1018. Jane and Katherine whose, previous
1 ...o.oo.o .o..oo..oo.o. See Douglas Fairbanks today-In I We, the udersigrtpd, agree to' close appearances in "Two Little imps"
"Reaching for the Moon." and "Troublemakers" well be -recalled
our stores every Thursday at noon ,
j Weather Report Plan for an abundance of food and for half holiday, beginning Thursday, are cast in their new picture: as ward

feed crops with some. to spare. All May 1st, and continuing until October, of charity about whose parentage!
"I will be needed. lat, 1918: everyone is in doubt:; Their transfer

,, Make your old straw' hat new with G. W, Persons Co. from the orphanage tQ tho army post
U the
Following are daily temperatures Colorite. The popular colors at Central R. A. Snyder., result of an apparently jus.tlfiodconclusion
and precipitations as reported I ) Drug Store. ,Osceola Hardware Co, .- that they are children of a
captain there. The captain being
A. S. Gilbert a
by Government station Corporal Ernest Oliver wa among bachelor, finds their decidedly J r
The Store.J. presence
Story
at Kissimmee fo- /hs,, week end-
: the boys here last week from their '
H. Redditt. embarrassing; and his fiancee, the a tThere
ing Thursday, April 25: military duties at Camp Wheeler, fora C. H. Grantham I colonel's daughter considers it good
'I'' ,ih.<,. Alln: Rain'Friday visit'with home folks and friends. W. E. Sanderson Co. / : cause for returning her engagementring. i

.-4 --._ 83 65 Mary Pickford next Friday, Mat. Citizens Bank of Kissimmee.: '
Saturday _. __ 85 68 inee and night, in Stella Marts, at State Bank of Kissimmee. '. Jane herself accidently solves the
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the Casino. mystery. There is in whois i
Fred S. Gilbert. a spy camp
Sunday .. _.'.i 81 70 1,25
J., 'D. Jeffords at the nner-Sawyor! Co. the captain's'rival in"love. This
'}' Monday ._ .'.. 87 58 .18 State.Bank, returned, bookkeeper home yesterdayfrom Bon Ton Hat Shop.: spy undertakes to'' steal some of the are stylish dressers and

,Tuesday ._ 71 '56 oo pnel'e and U detected by
,, '" Tampa, where he, has been ill M. Katz. papers ,
,; Wednesday _.. 79X 63 ,.36 in a hospital the past ten days. W. B. Makinson.. ,Jane. When he .attempts to escape '
I the sp'y iscaught and confesses that stylish dressers and wide variation
F. H. Lawson. -
a
Thursday ..... 90 69' FOR RENT-Furnished flat with Mattie Bandy.H 'he is the father of the 1 children and
modern B. Harris '
improvements. W ,
.. oooo oooooooo .' .C. Stanford. that theirmother'Is an older daughter -
14-tf l
Gazette office. in the
= of the styles.
-lluy l.lttrrtr HondiiSAM -- colonel Comedy features 1.
Wm. Fling end wife, who are on a STORY HEARD FROM of the picture: are said to be strongly

See Fatty Arbuckle next: Friday, pleasure trip through Florida, spent I I Mr. and Mrs. A.. M. receiveda developed, the' children constantly
Story
T a few days this week in Kissimmce. playing pranks on' the. adults who We carry a large stock of stylish dressers--.the kind'that
r has been card last week from their son, Sam,
Court
Circuit 'adjourned
They-are en route, for their ,home in constitute the majority of the cast. '
until Monday morning. Philadelphia: who is one of Uncle Sim's sailor boyson i'li' --" liny Llberly IloDd_. the, other; variety ,of stylish dressers are natur-
t Do not forget to "remember the board .the Olympia. The card
Sergeant' Fennell returned to his LET HIM LIVEI!
bore the 'short message: "I am O. K., ally interested in. ,
Sabbath ,day to keep it holy duties at Camp Wheeler this week after .la
Who.
have time to write. It. has been the Girl?
no
L, L. Kibbo of St. Cloud was a business spending several days in Kissimmee. b .
, ';, visitor in Kissimmee Thursday. : He was called home by the serious .everal'months since Mr. and Mrs. (From Mahoning! Dispatch; Canfield. It is only natural that we, too should be _
their and
Story have heard from 'son Co. 0.
T N. Farr St. Cloud has been in illness of his father, E. II. Fen.. Mahoning )
os
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the city attending circuit court this nell every word of this sentence aod ,..of Found among a Christmas packet interested in both' kinds of dressers, for i

' ., wek. Earle Lupfer Wood Tyner, George the side following of the card verse is ,very on dear the to reverse them: sent verses to printed a Lancaster below.soldier This were the it is to the stylishly' dressed housewife,
was one
of St. Overstreet and H. C. Piano motoredover .
Wm. H. Tunnjcliffe, one '
to Hastings the last of this weekon "To the old folks at home of a. number of packets sent by Lan- that look for the sale of '
Cloud's leading citizens, was in the Though visit cities we, must, ,,. our
rf "curiosity trip" os they we many caster county girls. and it is believedthe
city Wednesday. ed it, to see just how the potato express.situ And travel many miles. verses were written by a gifted stylish dressers, dressing tables and
Proper preparation for Sunday is atlon stands there Though we make a 'host of friendsOf Lancaster lass, and everyone would '
half ,the battle for appropriate Sabbath a thousand different styles, like to'know who she is. The soldier chiffoniers.C.H.GRANTHAM. ..
It is desired that the *
observance.Mrs. generally No matter where we travel, boy receiving the packet sent a copy
citizens of Kissimmee form the habitof
R. W .cobb is spending several Though round the world we roam, 'of the. verses back to his mother, and i
,
of ,,,. ,, ,, ,,,,,
' shopping early Saturdays so '" """ """""
weeks in Jacksonville the guest of store No other peoolo take the placeOf they have been sent to "The Exam- .
that the clerks and
Mrs. C, A. Jones.FURNISHED delivery men those we left at home" iner" for the two-fold purpose of pub-
can retire early and be ready for effective
-liny Liborty'Iloud.WEEKLY .----- lication and with the of
ROOMS, $4.50 and hope identifying -
$5.00 month. Mrs. W. H. Farmer, worship on Sunday REPORT ON SALES: the' author. If'a Lancaster city .
IBtf W. G. Bennett and daughter, Miss or' county has written what ;
9 West Mitchell St. person
Esther, are spending a few days in 'OF THRIFT AND W. S. STAMPSA. will meet the universal .approbation THE SATISFACTORY STORE- '
The W. C. T. U. district convention
Kissjmmee while route for their
meets in Kissimmeo at tho Presbyterian home in Hartford en, Ky. They are S. Gilbert .______-____-: _____ 90 of be every known American patriot, she should KISSIMMEE FLA. }

\ church today in an'all day session. among the regular winter relidents-of C. W. Griffin _________-__,_______ 20 and be accorded the praise JI'd J- _,
Florida and-'have! many friends in this: Prof. R. M. Evans ______________200 she Should deserves. If, however to modesty ,, ,,,,,,,,,,, =
; iptervene
Mrs. J. R. Waters, who has been Osceola Hardware Co. __'-u--__;; 88 prevent 'public j '

the guest of her brother 11. W. Alderman city.Rev.. Wenner-Sawyer ______ ___. ...__ 21) notoriety, "The Examiner" herewith un'e
H. II.
Bowen, of the njakes the for admission of
. pastor plea an ( 4It
and family returned to her home Bon Ton Hat Shop _______ __-"i"26. : : I
Methodist
, Y I church of St. Cloud, and authorship to be held in confidenceand
_
,, H. C. Stanford __ _ 8
( in Tampa Monday nUu .
James Goff of the same place wire in not for publication. These are .
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Central
W. T. Vail -pent several days last Ki -Rim Drug Store nuU .
tile the
{( Tuesday in interest of verses
:
R.'S. Floyd _________ _________ -1
Crowder Brothers at -- --- --
week visiting !! the county Sunday school work us "LET HIM LIVE"As
; ______ __
their farms Kissimmcc. He returned I also J. Miss Mattie Bandy uu 16 'as him stab him, give him gas was t.hru-
near : was R. N'iswonger of Shingle! long; the flowers ,their perfumegive jab ,
home Saturday. Creek. H. M. Katz ____un' ,_________ 20 And in each wound I'd pour ground I'd make him sing in a stirring man-'' { '
I W. B. Makinson Co. _________ 40 .
B. F. Lester of Montgomery, Ala., The citrus!! oxchrnjre 1ll.'kl1jh01IRe; This is fine showing u for those So long I'd let the Kaiser live, glass| ner t
a The wonderful words of "The 'Star
him out where the brave
Live and live I'd march
arrived here Thursday with three ,of for a million
hitped
y ] a car potatoes Thursday. sellmir, but.we reegret that the years Banner."
('arlonds..of Brahma bulls These will Manager Piano says it It .his belief friends of some
be' placed in Pat Johnston's pasture. the damage: is not nearly: ao great ns are forgetting to' keep them. in the :tears; Out past the lads he crucified. ,

I, Tice McAllister end Bill Ashtop are watt! first, thought and that by next race. ., With nothing to quench his awful In[ the fearful gloom of his living''' Your boys and our boys are now j
thirst
among! the khaki clnds from Company week heavy shipments will be going The' stores generally\ have agreedto But the salted tomb, over there, and their.brothers are go "
H at Camp Wheeler enjoying furloughs to maikct. V close today from 2:30: to 5 for the brine of a Scotchman'l There is one thing I'd do, before'I ing. Buy a Liberty Bond. ,
l at home this week. Philip! B. DeMandel of Providence. patriotic parade and speaking and. curse

i, Mr. and Mr l. Ei I*. Lesley, Mrs. L. R.: 1., came south last week to spend music at the band stand. I would let him live on a dinner each ----,------ ---- ------ -. -- -, - ----. -- '--- 1.1

II. Ingram and Tot Miller were TH party a few days with his family in Tampa This day's agitation of patriotic day,
motoring to DcLund Tuesday on before going to Camp Dix On his matters should give us a great impetus Served from silver on a golden tray, ,

:; a hiMJneca and pleasure trip. return he stopped at Kissimmee to in the sale of stamps.' So also Served, with thinga both dainty and Don't To Go ToFloyd's

The Central Nurse "There's say good-bye I to his grandparents, the Meeting at night at the same sweet, Forget .
I nothing like. Adlerika says for stomach Mr. and Mrs\ J. M. Cochrane.If place. Served with everything-" >..but thingsto

and bowel troubles. It will,.cure you." you have hired help it is your Let us strive from day to .day to eat. ,
Guaranteed by Central Drug Store. duty to them and to the business men add speed to our efforts until we have I would make him a bed of silken
to them off gone "clean over the top" in furnish sheen Cash
early so they
pay get
may
Dr. J. C. Davis and his cousin, Miss ..
Mne Griffith will leave the last of the their supplies withoutcompelling our ing supplies for the soldiers in the With costly linens to lie between, '
business men to work until midnighton battle line, and until the Huns are With covers of down and filets of
doctor
where the
week 'for Sanford,
off the
pushed plank.
Saturday. Don't rob our businessmen lace
< goes on a two weeks' business trip. of the right to feel like attend- W B, WITHERSPOON, And downy pillows piled' in place; 1 41

.. Prof. R. M. Evans left Thursdayfor ing church on Sunday. Chairman. Yet when to his comfort he would Grocery }
Davenport where he was the _llur lAbrrtr fled-
/ yield.It .
,A. F. Steiner and daughter, Miss ,
principal' speaker at the commence- Lillian, and son, Frank, Jr., are l leaving WAR SAVINGS AND THRIFHT would stink with the rot of the

,, exercises} of the, public! schools.: 'next,:'Monday. for their",home ,inRt'edsurg , STAMP SALES'FOR OSCEOLA battlefield,'__'''\'''rt '' .1.j''A'; ',' :,_
Earl tR {dllorrowTofithe'124thIna; ;, ,.,a'suburb I Philadelphia; " "' ; And. i blood and brams 'and bones of {For,: your Groceries and Fresh Meats.

& TuesdaYl(!forr Camp l's'{ ,,They J ihave spent"",several)jwintersmaShis ,\\i'_The.!"Thrift; ',":Army U still growing, ; ... ;.(i: men *

) eeletl bfterraishortifurloughjwith |j cltyYf and i e verj one g of&their more\recruits.are,needed",however; r Should cover him, smother him sail :
!!:parentalsSf"! rl ,ndJ, tlre'1J, }"WSor, many friendsTO will !locklforward'to overcome i the( common'' enemy 9 of)"extravagance' l; then IWe"fhave lots ,of ''good things to eat and
their return next fall., ,' be )Js the "Kaiser" of our fife pillow"should cling with the rot ,

Latest advices from Sam Story, a E. F. Wheland country; and in overcoming him and ten clay- .
general of :
manager will be the low
Clay from the of a'soldier surprised at pricesGET
ember of Uncle Sam's Naval forces, the Wheland Machine Works, Chattanooga his temptations you are assisting our gave you ,,
,state that he has just returned to nn Tenn., retained home last boys in the trenches and 'on' the seas boy;
Atlantic port from,a round trip "over Sunday after spending a ten-day vacation to put a "crimp" in the real Kaiser's And while Gods stars their vigils OUR PRICES ON FEED
there." with H. M. Breaker and fam- intentions to rule the world. keep,
Dressings Mr. Total sales by postofficcs,since last And while the) waves the white
, The Surgical department. ily. Wheland was very much Impressed -
of the Kissimmee Red Cross completed 'with this section of the state: report are as. follows: sands sweep, Phone 176

500 "many tall bandages" and and expressed the desire to return St Cloud __________________$7320.59 He should never, never sleep. ,
J' Kissimmeo ___ ____ ______ 7264.91 And thru all the all
days-thru the
Kent them to the distributing station again and see more cf Florida than he ,- u city.
We deliver inside the We +
I appreciate you.orden
Thursday. Was able to see on this! trip. Peer Park ______unU._-_ 109.83 years, i ir
- Narcoo!<:> ______ 85.54 There should be an anthem in his
: uuuu
j The Central's Nurse says "Why fir. and ;.Mrs. A. S. Bogue expect t Kenansville] 25.34 earsRinging ...
,ij have stomach trouble when Adleiika leave in a few days: for their home in unu
7" For sale I by Central Cassopolis Mich. and will visit and singing and never )
will cure you their _
j Total ___ $14,995.07 done .
nn--h----
.', Drug Store. niece. !Mrs John Tilhrmn at Palatka, "*
Almost fifteen thousand dollars\ actually From the edge of the light to the set
'p' Dr. J. C. Davis was pleasantly surprised and W. C. Bogue and family at their ,paid for War Savings and of sun, W& ToiletbK -
this week by the arrival of his home hear Ocala, while en route. Mr.
Thrift Stamps. This looks like a big Moaning and moaning and moaning
i(, cousin, Miss Mne Griffith! of Wichita, I and Mrs. Boguo own a number of sum of money but distributed among; wildA Preparations

:'Kansas, who will' be his guest for ,:pieces simmee of and residence property in Kis ten thousand people the ,per capitais ravaged, French girl's bastard child. % 3u.
pretty bungalow where
1,3 'some time. :they usually a their very small, a great many are not And I'd buHd him a castle by the sea, ? for
spend winters.
Walter Hotter of Cocoa. arrived ,Their return 'next fall will be anti- doing their duty; the governmentneeds As lovely a castle as ever could be, c;
yesterday to spend a few days with cipated by their friends here. your money. Then I'd' show him a ship from over G Lady.
many
"j Mrs. !Hatter, who is the guest of her DODde-- D. G. WAGNER, the sea,
-nujr
Liberty
mother, Mrs. C. 11. Allen, at her home Chairman, As fine a ship as ever could be, : '
; on EJmmett; street. FIRE DESTROYS HOME Osceola County W. S. S. Com. Laden with water cold and sweet, i ixnrL
1Beautut
'I S. S.: Phillips returned to his home OF CHARLES LAMB -liny l.lttrrtr Honda Laden with everything good to eat,

in New York this week after; spending FORTY SMILEAGE BOOKS Yet scarce does she touch the silvered -

1" another winter in Kissimmee. He The home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles FOR COMPANY P sands, *s

will stop off in Tennessee for a visit Lamb in West Kissimmee near Mab- Scarce may he reach out his eager _

1" with relatives there. bette street was completely destroyedby The members of the Smileage Bool hands- - '
fire shortly after noon Saturday. committee are meeting with encourAging Than U >hot and hellish molten shell '5. 4 ;
,: Ralph Turner, one of Kissimmee'sformer The fire was caused by a defectiveflue support in their efforts to pro Should change his Heaven into Hell. '
well known boys is "over and was beyond control in a short vide entertainment of the right sort And tho he'd watch by the wave- c:
there" so say the cards he is sending time. rho fire department was han- swept shore.
for our boys at their training camps.Up J '
", to friends. Mr. Turner is private dicapped in their efforts to extinguish to date forty of these books have Our Lusitania would rise no more. oLISN

secretary to Col. Bingham. the blaze on account of the houoe been sold. The. Kissimmee Woman's "No Man's Land" where the Irish fell c )

Miss Ella Mao Gilbert has for her being beyond the water mains: of the Club purchased one $5 book for the I'd start thus' Kaiser a .private hell,

!guest, Miss Mary Simonton of MIcarT- city.Mr. members of Company B at Camp \ OUGE
.> opy, who arrived Monday. Miss Si- Lamb estimates his los at Wheeler. The King's Daughters class _

monton was en route for home after $800. lid carried no insurance. of the Methodist Sunday school purchased ,Buy Thrift and I -

attending the C. E. convention; at -IIur Hbrly n<,nd.- five $1 books which will also
Tampa.The be sent to Company B.
OSCEOLA COUNTY War
SOLDIER Savings
C ntral's Nurse says, "UoeNyal's While the committee is generally
.1 Peroxide Vanishing Cream, SERIOUSLY HURT BY FALL met with flattering co-operation, a

it's great" Only 25c at Central few instances show that the campaign Stampsand Our Beautifiers/
Drug Store. Mrs .R. A. Snyder is In receipt of a is not understood by all. One lady

The whole of Kissimmeewill letter from her brother, John Cobb, was asked if she would buy a Smile- if you have money left, buy a are harmless.

.A r be at the population band stand this after who is in a hospital at Hoboken, N. age Book and replied, "No I don't fine little ) /.
J., stating that he was quite seriously read very much any way."
, noon Men of to the hear public the Junior school Four deliver Minute their injured, but is now able to write. The young ladies announce it as 5 Acre Farmjust THE CENTRAL'S NURSE SAYS:
He had embarked with his their intention to secure enough booksto

,. addresses to War Savings and Thrift a transport at New York companyon which provide every, boy at Camp Wheeler outside city limits from the Lady Beautiful will RETAIN her cheeks and
Stamps. Nelson rosy
for France with one book, which means to at- Realty Company.Fine .
was leaving the
Mrs. M. II. Porter, who 'has been on nightof 80-acre stock farm well improved soft skin if she uses
April lat and his tend 'good live whole some entertainment our unadulterated tolletprep-||
thinking brother
'I president of the l local ladies of the inside the camp. let us show you.
G. A. R., for some time, has been hon- Ben, was probably on the same boat, The members of the committee are Orange Grove close to town and arations. .

t orded by the appointment to- the office he was wandering around in the dark Mrs. Minnie Moore-Wilson, chairman; money maker;; Nelson Realty Co. Lady Would-be Beautiful .will REGAIN her com-

of State President of the organ ness looking for him when' he fell Misses Lucy Witherspoon, Grace Nel- Good PotatoFarm owned by plexlon and hair she has lost if she will quit using Injurious ..
ization. through an open hatchway, dropping son, Kathlen Bearden, Maude Alice Kansas,.man, cheap. ,
Remember that all the families and about, forty feet and breaking his Wagner and Ruth Butler. stuff and" come to us ever, afterward for her

friends of the branches of the. I. O. thigh Just 'below'the hip socket ''The( _i Bay Liberty Bo.d_ I.J Beautifiers.
O. F. are especially invited to attend pelvis bone' was also fractured in AMERICAN BUDS \ '

the anniversary service with them at two places, and his nose and face was flow Jane Lee the'plotting of 'WS.S.UNITED Buy your Beautifiers from us and J KNOW they

"t the Christian church next Sunday at badly t mashed and bruised: Te stated is upset the told are right.
a story in a
11 a. m.Attorneys. that four4 others fell through the production
new of which she and her,
E. W. Davis and Jos. 'II. same place, three of whom were kill sister" Katherine are the stars and y..usa n ras CENTRAL DRUG STORE..,
UNITED STATES '
Jones autoed to Kissimmeo this morn- ed and the other more seriously injured which is to be shown next Thursday,

ing to attend the spring session' of than himself. The boat had al-:: May 2, at the Casino theater. The GOVERNMENTNelson > "The Square Deal Place"

the circuit court for Osceola county, ready ]left New York when the accident picture.a romantic drama, is entitled
which convened this morning.ReporterStar. happened and put into Hobokento Buds" and shows the William Co. PHONE 41

-j leave the dead\ and wounded. Fox "Baby Grands" stirring upI Realty .rl t'
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Lh: SIX THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY ,GAZETTE. FRIDAY APRIL '26, 1918
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WATCH FOR REP SPIDERS

j. FINANCING THE WAR A. Liberal 'Sulphur Will Control I NEW WINDLE. }

4 StrenethenAmenca.W7 This )'..t. i
By MRS N M. G. PRANG :: -; HOTEL
Red spiders are pest likely to
-- give trouble\ during\ the spring months
'
1 I wish every man, woman, and child How much!] should you invest to do thru attacks on a variety of plants, Florida
In America Could, see Secretary Mc. your duty? Just all you can. The among which'' are peas, strawberries, I Jacksonville, I II ,
./! I Il ; Adoo and hear him state the general soldiers don't stop fighting when they beans, citrus and cotton. They may
t situation as to finances and supplies. are tired. No soldier yet has said, Also be found on violets and camphor. I Complete, Modern, Screened. ;
'{'lie i is the source of ouch Information "I've done my share." If you had to fhe remedy prescribed for this pests Outside Rooms In 'heart of
'lie doea't depend upon press reportsor swim ashore to save your life, you'd a liberal use of free sulphur or one Convenient to everything.
even "inside tips." As the man who not calculate on the effort you were ?f its, compounds City. : ,
What Will Happen T 0l pays the Mils, he KNOWS whether willing to expend. You'd do you: Infested plants become gray and Send for booklet,
l r' money and conservation are needed. best-not your "bit" but your ALL dried up in appearance ''and finally Windle II. Smith, Prop.
lie knows how the expenditures of until you were safe. Let me tell you* :urn yellow and die. Peas when'at- ,
the.United States are running as com. my readers, you are indanger ol :
acked become "cob .
when the dry, mealy, or ,
l tfie/ available He
with funds.
Workingmen pared something much more serious thandrowning i webby," cease to grow, wilt down and
whether there is difficulty
knows not and
or you'd better get busy
die. Strawberies turn brown
soon
in procuring certain supplies right now before the tide .of events i Take Sulph rBathswnat
And remain small and hard. If ,
Business fs when funds 'are available. No secondhand makes the return to safety Impossi.ble .ned exam ,I >
Liquor
infested :
closely hontefir.UMATISM
reports for him, it is his own ;, Mr. McAdoo also assured us of plants partic-j .
"job" he .is talking, about when he the very real scarcity of wheat, leather jlarly the under sides of' the leaves, HR
irefound covered with web of fine I
discusses these mutters.Is and wool He said., a
? ; '
Destroyed sill under which the minute, yellowish -
he competent? Does he find
"The wheat crop of the Unitedwas the 'I
mites can be seen with unaided -
difficulty where others mfght not?
short and we have had to substitute
Is he as well informed as some of us : something else for wheat bread eye. Under a good lens one can I
who scan the headlines of the daily'! . ", ,:eadily discern the eight-legged I
,.
,
'
will follow the ? Is he to bring to his adults which are from red to green incolor
of Ike that a calamity papers posing
The liquor men
argument ; "Let take the of
1 us wool.
office more publicity and to write the case : ] the bright: red eggs, and the '"
business it bated entirely the absurdity MoAdoo There i is a scarcity of wool in the white skins whiclTwere cast off when ,
ii Abolition of the liquor upon ,, name more conspiciously on . 1'
In
world Right
of Hives etc.
Every Eczema ,
the of history? I repeat, I ounce you the spiders) molted. Gout ,
pages
; that if we ao longer spend two' billion dollar for. booze, we can by no wish ,every one could fee him face to can save is a direct contribution to These pests belong to a group 'I your own hone and at trifling boat,
the fighting men in the trenches. ed which the can enjoy the benefit el healing
face and learn eta apprecirte McAdoo, spider-mites, includes you
J
possibility spend it for 'anything else! the man., Strong, clear cut'features; "There Is a scarcity also of leather rust mite of citrus. The best remedy sulphur baths.
intelligence, earnestness,' and kind- in the world, and it is very difficult to for any of these mites is some form HANCOCK'SULPHUR

They reason thai if a man doesn't spend His week's wages for ness beaming from the) eye; that modest get the necessary supply to make the I of sulphur. ;
gentle courtesy common to greatest shoes 'required, for the armies. ,in .the Free sulphur or some ,of Its com- COMPOUND'mtk '
beer or whiskey, the only thing he can do with his wages is to throw innate strength and power-true field. : pounds\ may be 'used by applying dryor

dignity; a personality bespeaking I "So therefore, my friends, when in the form of a spray. Free sulphur .0Wft IoI d eurtM..1da. way t 1e
them into the sewer. discernment, strength of purpose, you refrain from spending money is one of the best remedies. It w.h-6ULPHUk-.wDPOl'e4 make lu tae inert eleodou. v.I...ale the
The fact i.. he will spend his wages (for food and clothing and cons entiousncss-tjhe highest typeof upon unnecessary clothing, unneces- is somewhat slower in action than both;sat It w a k>UM uppt/lM to a/.ded
American manhood. One feels instinctively shoes and take It hderuaay.SOc .
sary and unnecessary food, some of the sulphur compounds, often parts;
furniture and other necessities of life. he is the right man in the don't you see that you release sup-- taking two 'or three' days or more to end $I the bottle
right place and should be given the plies that will contribute immensely do its work, but it remains active for at t your dnuctet's. H he cu't WPP* ym.
whole-souled support of every American to the success of the armIes in the a long time, frequently two or three ..... his BUMiad the price i-Maa.pa seat
And when be doe so--counting: aQ classes of industries-be fives citizen field ? Don't you see that it is vital to weeks(, and usually kills tho mites. w.will Mud you a bottle direct. I
He made it clear that the govern- the success of our arms that thosethings Sulphur can and driven HANCOCK UOVID SULTUUaCOMFAMr -
be'applied dry
I work t to four time. a* many wage-earners, who collectively will receive ment needs our money. It is willingto shall be done? Unless you save into the vines by hand or. shaken into aakiaar4 MLal 41

four time as much in the form of wage, and four times as much pay for its use, but the interest is and economize: in this way, you\ can the vines thru a closely woven clothor noa.r '..__- .S .
I It not the true. incentive for the loan. notat'the same time save money to a perforated can. _tl f4 .Mr.-*rBruises -a
raw material will be required, than if be bad .peat bis money for beer' The war cannot be won without this loan to the government. The government It is better to mix three parts of lJ.oM C coo .. --
financial support. We must win the must ask you to lend it your
dry sulphur with
one of
and whiskey. J war, for our country and for our- money so it may buy the wool or the drated lime. The lime pound be hy- ,
selves. The shadow of Prussianismover cloth made of the wool and the shoes can boughtor
How employed, more wages paid and I be made by adding 32 pounds ((4
can more wage-earivers our homes is not imaginary. made of the leather that you do not and SprainsHave
Germany must be defeated or Liberty I take, and to pay the wages of the gallons) of water to every 100 poundsof
labor ?
materials panic '
required create a : quicklime. Mix
more raw hydrated lime and Sloan' Liniment handyfor
Jies. Should Liberty die, of what men who make those things. In saving
WON'T THE LIQUOR MEN PLEASE TELL .US? avail would be investments of any therefore, and lending your mon- sulphur thoroly.The bruises and sprains and all
kind, the money itself, or our lives =? ey to the government, you perform best results will\ be obtained by pains and aches. Quick relief
Will you loan to Uncle Sam or pay an immensely patriotic service; and applying the dust at night or in the follows its prompt application. .,. s
If believe that the traffic in Alcohol
you Indemnity to the kaiser? at tne'same time early morning when the air is, quiet No need to rub. For rheumatic
are benefiting
you
does more harm than good-HELP STOP IT! In buying bonds. don't renig as yourselves because you are making and the plants are wet with .dew, as aches, neuralgia, slid muscles, lame
the dust adheres better. beck, lumbago\ gout, strains, andsprains
soon us the excitement of the calm yourselves better off by adding to Jt works
puign is over. Pay for them in full your: wealth the amount that you better when the nights are moist and Generous, it liudbottlrt gives quick, ,*rcliel.-
Strengthen America CampaignThis ind keep them until the war is end- save." the days bright and sunny, for under
>d. Our soldiers neither merely agree Now will you look 'up those old these conditions the oxidation of the
to enlist or enlist for a week or a shoes and have them half-soled for sulphur !takes place more rapidly. Asa
( advertisement was prepared for the National Campaign Com month. When they "sign, up" it is for'duration further wear, save all your wool garments spray, from one to five pounds of
mittee by Charles Stelzle. of war." Let your dollars for next winter's use by thoroughly sulphur to fifty gallons of water can
do the same. Bills cannot be paid cleaning them and packing be used.
with promises or with money witli- away in moth balls, and increase your' Of the compounds of sulphur, lime- KILLS PAINT

I iruwn any marie than battles can be purchase of Liberty Bonds and War sulphur is one of the beet! Use aboutone --- --- ,--
mate, I must say that I fear the Rood fought with soldiers nome 'on furloughs (Savings Stamps, or has McAdoo's gallon to seventy gallons of wa For Indigestion, Constipation or
A Y old North would noon be deserted. visit!! to'Florida' been in vain? ter. Use either the commercial pro. I I BiliousnessI

Truly, I am surprised to see and to .. duct, or mix eight pounds of lime I I I
Get know for .myself,;! in going from one and eight pounds) of sulphur. Cover try one SO-cent bottle of. LAX-FOS
0 place to another. !greater Interest in the' crop this year. the lime with -about six quarts of I| WITH P PSIN. A Liquid Digestive
I"I I There are'' enormous 'lumber yards County Agents' ReportOkaloosa Some farmers are already making( water, and as jhe mixture begins to I Laxative pleasant to take. Made' and a
1500 sawing* Florida's own growth of pine, their planting. head, add the sulphur slowly. When i: recommended to the public by Paris Medicine -
F .* cypress, etc, which makes great nay County: Crops as a rule ere the slacking is over, cool, the mass 1 Co.,manufacturers of Laxative Bromo
','< building lumber. There have been County he agent is ad- looking good. The" farmers are showing quickly by pouring cold water into it, ,,Quinine and Groves Tasteless chill Tonic.
Extra immense lines of freight running vising farmers to plant a small plotto a great Interest in inoculating
1* through the state for a Ion!: time, early peas, corn and sweet potatoes I hogs to prevent the spread of cholera.
t carrying vegetables of all kinds, a (; so that food will be available I Santa Rosa County: Several corn
Miles adjusti i great crop of celery and strawberries should they belt\ off from the market bins have been inspected for weevils
i being shipped to our northern cities. and their present supply{ of food I and but few of them found. r
3 Most tires Since about the middle of January, give out before harvest time. I Calhoun County Farmers are getting .
f 3500-mile our markets have been full of these Putnam County: ConsIderable progress I a good stand of corn, there seemsto
(if r good health foods, at very reasonable is being made by farmers thru- have been no trouble in the matterof
w k'' (J, !The 43% higher prices, and everything'so ,tender, and jut the(county;.in their efforts to grow seed germination. ".A considerable f
I'i anent offered by Quaker crisp on account' ,of,.theqnick; ? growth' greater;!.crops'f,of;,'food istuffs ij{ The acreage will be ;planted ;j:,,to velvet cLLf: aJACKSONVILLE
and nice little showers
_ ((Tires is in keeping with the thrift :whidhseem'to'mane ; I Irish'@potatojeropisJlooking| l !better beansand a fewfarmers'will try to

'i t i of wartime.Quaker. '. One'just'.when needed.BKSSSSjjiSiS&j_ than"it!has everl, looked, . -atl this. season grow!red cloverag pSSfe ,;,;'' i, v ,,' ':'; '\
epirit beautyrwhich'attractirmyradJ '
; of the year.1\irt'W\"" <"fr' r' fa' rH s rt&fvv'tPinellas "' " ''Jlamilton County Twenty-two car \
miration, is the flowers. Roses have County: One farmer whose loads of hogs and thirteen car loads'
;j' bloomed .all winter, and the poinsettias Irish potato, crop failed to 'come up of cattle have ,been shipped from this .
Tirest now and prettiest I lilies and many has discovered that he used too much county between the dates of September
other flowers.I formaldehyde, in disinfecting it pre- 1 and March 15. Thecounty has TII OLDEST
have been out in the
to '
country
t paratory to planting twenty corn mills with a combined
/ Adjustment see some'of the orange groves. These Jackson County: Crop conditionsover daily capacity of 2COO bushels. s'buT/IER
t t r 5000 Miles are grand and where they have )been' the county are good and every- ---llur Liberty Irouda------. ESTABL/SttED

;. I Excess mileage reported by owner kept clean Where are a there little is fortune good calculation to the- one to be is no busy idle pantin persons) in There the county seems, "AT HOME" PROVIDES kw5iJ1// SEED HOUSE

Quaker Tireusers shows three ahd a little labor in each Jay, even, the girls, both white and FUNDS FOR LIBERTY BOND

>"I! tires' service Cram .two. In many life can be made prosperous. colored: are out following plows and I So largely attended was the reccp- IN / ORDASEND
tires' from Our home is situated on a thoroughfare planters. Cement (dipping vats and | tion given at the high school building i
n 1 uses, two mileage one. running to and from Tam- hog waHowij are becoming popularand i l Friday night and so liberal was the .-.-
J pa, continued cast and south ,and the farmers are taking better care of silver offering made by the guests
1 same road north to Jacksonville all their hogs than ever before. ( that the net proceeds enabled the FOR CATALOG AND
\ LUPFER &: PRATHER I one solid highway. We Me on the Gadsden County: The agent is I i teachers to reach the goal set by them 6WEEJf2Y PRCELIST.A.MA ,
KJsnnunee, Fla corner of Dixie Highway' and Ran- spending almost his full time inoculating -1 -that is to buy the $50 Liberty Bond ,
A'i dolph, about 30 rods from Lake To- hogs. Nearly every farmer for the school library.
'i r, hopvkaligu! where one can fish and wants his hogs to receive the simultaneous The first floor of the building had
I':': 88 llllllllllllllliillliillllllllilllllillllillllllilliiliili/ / / / / 1111111I1111/88 I Ij boat main ride, also we are near to the 1 treatment to prevent cholera been camouflaged with ferns, palms
railroad. We like the location.
Sumter County: Farmers' have finished and cut flowers until it resembled a -t
Mr. Hart thinks he will slav and the work of nlwnlinooonprnl garden. It fairly gleamed with
a lights
WILL
j r MOVE TO FLORIDA keep house this summer while I gc crops and now have in a large acreage and was gay with the national colors

''f.$ north for our furniture, he says he af corn, cotton, beans, peanuts, which decorated the walls and flutter. - -- -- -, -
(From the Yale (Mich.) Expositor.) can raise a garden here easier than and castor beans. ed from the hands of the small chil
j, Kissimmee Fla. in Michigan. We have 'a large house St. Johns County\ : The potato crop dren. ,
March
I'' .Mr. Menzies: 9, 1918. with a sleeping porch and will be glad is the finest St. Johns county has ever Two of the teachers, costumed as
it Dear Sir: We are still here, as to entertain our friends from the had. Recent'rains have been very Miss Columbia received the contribu The Value of a
you
: see, and have bought a home, taking north next winter. beneficial. Very little blight has tions at the-door. Others greeted the
possession today. I am coming back Yours with the best wishes for shown up in the fields, and this is arriving guests and. ushered them into
1 to Yale the second: week in April: to Yale, Mrs. J. C. Hart.lIuJ' bacterial blight. Some spraying is in the pretty alcoves at either side of '
move our household goods down here. Liberty Hoo lThi .- progress. the main entrance, where punch and Good Name -
r I : If our people of St. Clair Jefferson County: Crops have been delicious oatmeal wafers were served. .
I anywhere in the north' could county realize or Quinine That Docs Not Affect tile (toad planted in good .shape. More than These were made by the members of
the Bcceua of ill tonic and laxative eDect, LAX. three thousand acres will be the domestic
resources of this country, as be- TIVE BROMO I. . planted science class. This story was told one of our traveler by one of his agents.
QUININE better than or ing manifested right now and breathe Quinine and doe pot cauae' ner.ou.ne.s nor peanuts. large acreage of corn At one end of the hall the high
: I the atmosphere of this congenial cli- riDitaff In head. Remember the lull Dame and and velvet beans has already been school orchestra was stationed and "A farmer backed hit team up to my store one day last spring, and
look lot the aigncture ol $. W. GKOVS. ah.IIG planted. Morethan $15,000 worth of throughout the
: I evening rendered
p. -_ registered hogs have been brought beautiful selections while, the guests acsked me to throw in fire bag of Bowler's Fertilizer. At the war

1 k w year.into the Quite county a number since the of first cattle of the bers.chatted informally between the num shortage of potash was on, and as I wanted him to understand what

ping vats have been put in by diP-1 Several hundred people called durIng be was buying, I started to tell him that the analysis was changed
funds. The
county will later the receiving hours
;, burse some of the owners. I -Hi r l.ll.ertjllonilr.._ somewhat from the previous year-tbat the percentage of potash was

)1 BUY LIBERTY BONDS Alachua are as County good as: can Weather be hoped conditions for.- A SPOONFUL GIVES RESULTS l lower, etc. He looked up at me sharply) and said rather earnestly,
) Farmers When your young chicks do 'not
t J of both corn are and getting cotton.splendid Timely stands rains grow and thrive they need a tonic "Ain't it Bo ker'a7" "Oh, yes," I said, ")t's Bowker's all right.

, Your boys and our boys are now "Over There" and have assured a good B. A. Thomas' Poultry Remedy IS "
r yield of oats. not "Throw it in there, then, he said and drove away with it wholly sat ,
their The only a tonic but
brothers are going. agent receives many inquiries for a specific fo: -f"
Shall we make them good hogs and cattle. I Bowel Trouble, Gaps, and other chick isfied."
for
easy target the Huns
f by lIernando County: Careful troubles. Get it today. We sell it
: stinting their supplies of guns, ammunition, food and aration ''of the soil was made prior prep-to I on the money back plan. Waters & Thus the Bowker reputation i i. showing itt value in these trying
e clothing? Carson Grocery Co.
extensive *
b crop planting and a succes- times.
: : Every' dollar loaned sion of good is -U.y l.lbertr Woad.NOTICE _
to Uncle Sam helps to down the crops expected this '
.. I kaiser. year. All They have been used since.1873. Let us send you our'Farmers'

\' J$;': Bur Third Liberty Loan Bonds today. I Walton a County portable: combination One farmer steam is installing city must dogs wear running a collar at large with in the the license Almanac for 1918.

{ J engine and boiler for" tag attached.
1 .. Ah use on his farm,
GEO.
j ITS HONOR TO OWN THEM. also a feed crusher with attachments. ,W. OVERSTREET, KISSIMMEE WAREHOUSEJ.

; : Clay County: The>> Irish potato crop, __ City Marshal.Avwywifh .
; f'i? Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer which is the largest in the history of T. Bnrckhalter. Salesman '
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Company the county is looking fine.: !Most of '
I'' ", the farmers will market thru the Cit DEADLY POISONS .
: Bowker
t!I' Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers. rus' Exchange. fertilizer Works .:

1.. j" Dealers in Spray Machinery and Insecticides. Wakulla County: Two farmers; are KM" CORN I
J'' L preparing to harvest their of .the ... rle ...
-j i' JACKSONVILLE FLA. peanut KILLS RATS. MICE Svbaldlary AsrHe l< CkCMlcal ....'?. :,
AND
crop. They have bought shcllers for GOPHERS
the purpose.Taylor CORNELIUS CHR1ST1ANCY a

I!: County The retail price of FOR SALE BY Florida Sales Manager .y.

., .. __ sweet potatoes here, t3 a bushel, is CENTRALDUQTOREI ROOM 606,Heard Bide, JacksosviD, Florida., '
I influencing many farmers tell{ take a w

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i! ,the North to feed the allies the South I the estate of William Weckerly. de- NOTICH!! FrtR PUBLICATION'

I will be to raise its food c.ased'and. : that at the same time I Dep..t of tkt. Interior, ....
compelled own will present to said Court Anal V. !5!I; .
crop this year. If the entire South counts as. 'Administrator of my said .statr ac- 0.... at UalBMTlll, Fin. '

i Grippe ? 'St. Cloud Department would do aa Well proportionately as and aak for their approval.Dated Notice' 4s hereby given April that 8. Itl8.John '4
Und April. A, l). 19111.A .
would Stewart of
,our city people are doing, this E. DROUGHT. Davenport, Fla.
not be a difficult problem to solve January JO. 1914 made HoVne.teaS .
Artmlnlntrntor.NOTICK e
; Got it? Here's the remedy. It's)helped I 1 and if the women throughout the 1.-tam8mo., Entry No 102447 for EH of 8E1V" .
\ millions. Haa a hall record I OK ADMINISTRATOR4Ter Section 1./TOwnShip s7 Ran". 16E.
century NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" country( would display the same pa. I Tallahassee
of First dose brings relief. Try it.sj Final I>Urh rar> Meridian has filed notion
1 I use. .
Sold 'til druggists. 1 JAMES MILES.. MANAGER triotic spirit that those of Kissimmee ..' O.rt .. ('..sty ....*.. State utKlarlda. of Intention to make Three-year Proof
by are,doing-our cause would be far ad. Ox-vola <'o..l>-. to establish claim to the land above
vanced. Every and I. rr Mutate ., Wed. Deal, d."rlb..d. before Clerk Circuit Court
i 2r.K man. woman it K.lsslmmee, P1*., the
Notice Is her.bygiven. to all whom, on 14th day at
..... child can do some little thing to help May. It 18.
(Set r. last wrrk's ) It may concern, that on ('... JMtll d.,) ,
, I for Nebraska the cause 'and we must bear in mind of September A. l>. ll$. I shell apply Claimant names aa witnesses:
J\- 15 The Veterans Association met on leave the first of May that ten cents from each one would to the Honorable T. M. Murphy JuilKe 8. HI. 80..n. ot I' venport, Florida.

! I II at 2 m. in G. A., R. hall, making the trip by wagon. count of said Court. a* Judge of Pro>-I... for Joel Wooten of Davenport, Florida.
Saturday to million dollars.A 8.
p. Mrs. M. A. Clark and mother, Mrs. up oven ten ( my final discharge as AdtrlnlmrAtorof E. 0111, of Davenport, Flau .
I I'SCOVerY with President Cenney in the chair. Roberta, of- Kissimmee. were in our teacher' in one of the schoolshad 'th* estate of Fred Deal d.-eae4; *., O. Goodman of Loughma. Flor-

i Opening 'song, "America Prayerby city on Monuday attending the W. C. drilled a certain class of boy' to and that to said at the Court coma mv time final I will urrountflan prevent Ii-It nOBT. W. DA Via.; R..lat..r.

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for Coughs Colds Rev. Westcott. Minutes of previous T. U. meeting. answer certain questions. The headof Administrator- said e,,',nte. and

I : .meeting: were read and'approved . W. S.. Alyea, Mrs. Gibbs, Mrs., Mo- the class was asked "Who made ask. for their approval BHKHIKF-S NILE!
N.' P. Lynch. Eames ?" and .the "God?" Dated April Und,' A-, !>. 11118. -
by the secretary. sher Mrs. and Mrs. you reply was.
Meyers1 '
1)itOt'&ilIT19.jamRmo. I. C-OBBlr C... .
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keep Bowel l Movement Regular CoBBtr. flm 1
Talk by Rev. Bowen on War. urgingus motored to Mt. Dora Eustls, Lees- The second boy was asked "who was Administrator.. Jacob Ep.t.... 'N.I... RpstelB. All.11.
Dr. King' New Life Pills keep you I to buy Liberty Bonds. The meeting burg, Oakland and Orlando on, Tue* the first man?" "Adam." One day .. .. .. ". ..... w.'"--*.. A. RaT K...-.
In a healthy condition. Rid the body i il' ) was here turned over to the Elsie day. when some visitors were present she I. ('.....U <-ort. Mate ..r ...1...... !SeTJatflrlal "'-..T ....d"...... ........ .. B.I.
of poisons and waste. Improve your called .tll Irrult. Wurrolar tlssorei D...... 11.._. PI.I.....,
1 jO. McEnroyl auxiliary program in Mrs. Mary Veeder with a party of the class to show .how well ,..tr. I. rkaarrrr.l.rwU 'vs. ,
complexion by keeping the Bowel. charge of Mrs. Julia French, the ser friends picnicked at the, canal on Sun versed 'they were in the catechism.Not .\V. A. D......,.. Defendant
< .regular. Get a bottle from your vice being held in honor of theboyswho observing that the head of the lionS ,CeBtplalaaBt. Notice I. hereby given that under 4

i utlti.t.( to-day.Eftective but mild. enlisted from St. Cloud just one day.Mr.. Frank Lock wood, wife and class was absent, she put the ques v.. .,. ftrlicbt iKdnlB aad Harah nriabt.. kis out and by ot the virtue" .. County of an Court execution of Issuing"

year ago. The honor roll of our boys daughter leave on Friday for their tion., "Who made you ?" "Adam" wife n.,,.....*. County Fla., In above entitled Osceola

Tff' B. Crawford Lee Jamil and where they are stationed was home in Cos Cob Conn. said .the little. fellow. "Why., 'no, It appparlnMT. by affidavit. appended nn October 6. 1817. In favor of th5

CRAWFORD & JARRELLATI'ORNEYS.AT.LAW read by Mrs. French, there, being' 36 Mr. and Mrs. George Flint, who George" said the teacher, ''God made to the that bill Edwin filed In K., Bright th. abovematedrauiic and Hnrahrtrlnht. In'lalntlffs said and' against the Defendant
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in all. have a l lovely home here on the lake you." "No he didn't,' said George, his wife,, the defendants following cause described have levied estate upon. the

Sons, "Nellie Gray." Address by front, leave on Friday for PrQvidence, "the' little boy what God made has therein. named are non-residents of ... lying and being; In rfal,Osceola County.ltllat. -

Of fleet:, 4, 6, 6, and 7, Citizen Rev. Westcott "Our Boys." Reading R. I. : gone'to the spring.' George couldn'tbe the Castle State. of Rock"Florida State' and<..Washington are residentsof Rae\?'..; N* of NE%. Bee. 24. Twp. 11.

Bank Building! Honor Roll, Mrs. Westcott, reading by Receiver' M. Johnston and family made to believe that God had made both over the age of twentyrone years: Irawdy 10. Defendant a. the property of W. A.
and I
will
,Klssimm'ee Florida i Mrs. Whitbeck' "My Boy in France." will occupy the Lockwood property, on but one of them and that was the boy It Is therefore ordered that"tald non.resident 'tho 1918.. same being the rule an day May.n

I, Song by -the Ladies Quartet, Rally New York avenue this summer. who had been taught and had always defendants to be and bill are of herebyrequired said month, offer for sale at public
to the
Round the Flag Girls." Reading b)' The. Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliaryheld answered that one question. died In appear snld cause on or before nru.plaint outcry In front between of the legal" hours of sale.,

DR. W. W. CARSON Mrs. Vreeland. "The American's a cycle tea at the home of Miss It would appear to ,Rex that when Monday the 20th,, day of May A. I>. Kissimmee, Osceola the Court County House. Fla.door, the In
DENTIST Creed." Song, "Marching Thro Germany Rose Wood on Florida avenue and 1918. otherwise the allegations of said aid mentIonedreal
meat is such an object that it wouldbe bill will. be taken as confessed by said estate, and sell
Office over Pilley Building ." by Comrade Bullard. Interesting Eighth street on Monday afternoon.A a good plan to suspend the game defendants. same for cash to the ,highest and beet bidder'

Office Hour.:'" 8-11. .1-6 talk by Rev. Beauchamp whois goodly number was in attendance. laws and ,give the farmers at least a It la further ordered that this orddr t.. 1?. man AM.
to.leave for.the North. A risIng Mrs. Minnie Barber inter be published once a week for four rortsecutlve -
0. ... 'Phone 168 Residence 'Phone IIOaa soon gave an chance to( secure' what they could weeks In the Kissimmee. Valley 1U Sheriff Osceola County. Fla.
.l.dmlnl.terT: for Extraction f vote of thanks was tendered him esting reading. Mrs. Vreeland gave without The
fear of legal proceedings. Gazette, a newspaper published In
for his talk. MA TKR' SALE!!
"The New Golgotha by John Rus said County and State.
increased while there was
Notice' la
Son,."Service Flag" by Edith Har- sell McCarthy. Mrs. Phelan read game even This 15th day of April 191*. hereby given that In pure
no such- protection and it would appear .uance to a Final Decree, In Chancery
J, 1... OVEKBTHBKT
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW '
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rod. Recitation "Who in Hell Made
"The American Creed. Mrs. Wood rendered
that this would be giving them Clerk Circuit Court. by the Honorable Jaa. W.
the Kaiser" by a little girl. Song, recited Pershing's advice to the: sol. additional 'aid without serious dam- By s. H. BUL.LOCK Perkin. Judg-fl" of the Circuit Court of
"Thou' Kaiser, Tis of Thee" Mrs.' De- diers in France. (Circuit Court Seal) Deputy Clerk. he Hate Seventh Jludlclal Circuit of the

pew. Music on violin by I. N.' Burch, Harold Houston a grandson of Mr. age.The KKIHHM A STEEl bounty of, Florida.Florida on In the and, 17th for Oaceola
day .of
Waring Building.Pat Democratic Rooster still holdsto .Solicitors for: Complainant. 18-'t
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accompanied on the piano by Mrs. and Mrs. J .K. Houston, arrived at Ms> ch. A. D. nu. in the case of R. p.
Barber. Song by ladies' quartet Camp Johnston at Jacksonville, on his patriotism. He says the old NOTH-1'3 KOR Pllll.l CATIONUrimrtmeBt ian.on, complainant. v.. Otl. Stevens

Jofenston O. P. Qarretl "Farewell, My Own True Love." Sunday last. Kaiser is worse than the chicken pox of Ike Interior, 5. H. ....*.dOft".e and. .I. .a. Lanler defendants, that I,,
aa Special Mauler
Words of to mothersby motion made from the G. A but he wishes he had a good( dose of it at (jBlnmilllv. Kla. In. Chancery will on
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW encouragement A was April 6, 1918. Ih.'I..t Mohday In May, the same being .
Mrs. French and after all joining R. Post .to the W. R C. to put the near enough: to the old villain so that Notice Is hereby< given that Oscar HDrltt. the 6th day of May A. D. Itlg. and
in the "Star Spangled Banner," ad- flag at half mast when any of their he could blow It into ,his eyes. Our of I.oughman Fla.:, who on a legal sale, day during the legal 4
Office. 10, 11 and 12 Citizen Baal journed till next Saturday. members died and for the post to attend cat is a saucy' little fellow and cares April 28.!) 1915. made HomestpndEntry at hours of sale offer for .sale and Cell
public
outcry for cash In
hand to
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No. Ol884 for BW% ofN\V 4 Section SI
Building L. II. Barber and Clarence Tar the funeral not as a post but no more for the laws governing meatless Township test' HanJfp liE, Tallahassee the highest bidder at the front door,
KlB.lmmee. Fla. left Tuesday morning for Wierton W. as individuals, which was acceptedby days than if such laws didn't exist Meridian ha. filed notice of Intentionto of the Court House Klsnlmmee., 0.

'V Virginia.Mr. . the W. R. C. with a vote of thanks. and in fact appears to pick those make Three-year Proof to establish oeola C"unt'lo..ld..., the following
_ _ _ _ descrIbed real estate, situate
In
days out to catch and eat a bird or a claim to the land above described before the
and Mrs. John Barber of Man Mrs. E. D. French of Ashton was,a Clerk Circuit Court at Kissim County! of Osceola. Slate of Florida

lila, Iowa who have !been spending St. Cloud caller on Wednesday.The mouse. moo Fla, on the S4tli day of May 1918. deacilhpd a. follows: BegIn Fifty (611
the winter here and at Bradentown Ladies' Improvement Club met Germany's thirty years preparation Claimant names as witnesses feet flnaith of the Northeast corner of

left Wednesday morning for their on Wednesday. at 2 p. m. in the Meth- stood her in good part. Her noor J. H. Collins of I'Oughman Florida.. Addition Lot One to(I) the of Town Hlock 'of"M"Klaalmrnea of Ba.a

CURSON F FORMER J i northern home.Mrs. odist annex. Meeting? opened with tyranical men have been farced to James a. Jackson of Loughman FlorId City, Florida, run thence Weat .t

Clare Sims was the guest on President Mrs. Mary Metzgar in the fight and no doubt many of them are '\\'. \V. Brltt' of Tvoughman Fla. Vet 99 thence South CO feet thence Ba.t

Thursday of Mrs. Lydia Daughertyon chair. Minutes of previous meetingwere held through fear of dire punishmentif H. J. 1'opney of oughman, Florida. place teethence of beginning North. 60 feet to th.
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Carolina avenue. read by the secretary, Mrs. they rebel against their comrades.! 17-5t ftUUT.V. DAVIS Register Dated this 2nd day. of April A. D.

SELLS Uncle Josh Ferguson was a business Grace Cooper, and approved. Cor- Rex has had a trial of military discipline NOTIIU FUn )'IILIVA'rJO'lf 19\8.1

culler at Kissimmee on Thurs- responding secretary, Mrs. E. D. in his younger days and although \V. B. CRAWFORD
last. French that she it was not practiced with the rpnrtment nf the Inferior V. f M. Lanilonrlre Special Master
day reported .had writtento KRJnnS & STEHD.
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at ( lllr, El. lit. a:"
Fire, Life, Accident and On Sunday morning at the M. E. Mr. Lee for building bookcasesand severity that is carried on in the army ""140 Solicitor for Complainant l -6tJiOTICK .

church at the close of the Sunday he had donated his work and alsoto it was sufficient' to intimidate Notice la hereby given 'that Andrew

Health Plate Glass Liability -' school a short service was hold in Mrs. W. H. Bailey, Mrs; Lydia M6- htose who would have desired to leave J. elites! of Lou hman. Fla.. who onNov..mh"r }For .....OF.1 UI MXICCUTOIl.......,) 1'

honor of the boys who enlisted a year sher, Dr. C. C. Wilbur. Mrs: Grace the army Confidence! in each otheris Entry No. 28.0134ft 1914.. for madw SVY Homestead of < 8\VH -

and Boiler Insurance. ago that had belonged to the Sunday Cooper. Mrs. Peckham and Mrs. D. one of the principles that must not Hectlon 20, Township 258 Hajige 27K: I., Court of C....,.. 'Judae. Oaccela
school or Epworth League. The names S. Arnold thanking them for books exis);' and therefore in an army each :TnllahasHee Meridian, has. filed noticeof Couaty, !State! of Florida. 4'

, Bonds Executed of nine boys were called who had donated to librar?. It was moved and one must depend on himself. Intention to make Three-year' Proof I. re Eat.t. of I.laal HIOBelrn
Legal to establish! claim to the land above
gone from Rev. Beauchamp's class seconded to only have one meeting t Mr. Lutz tho young man who mar denrrlbed before Clerk Circuit Courtat Notice In hereby given to all whom

Needed. and as the names were called the month during May, June, July and ried Myrtle Savage turns out to be KlKHlmmee ....Ia., on the 10th day of of It may July concern A. D. 1918, that I uliall on theIst day

SameDay mother or some friend pinned a staron August meetings to be held the first a regular hustler. lie has secured a May. 1918.Claimant. honorable T. M. Murphy Judge apply of to Bald the

the flag which was' presented to Wednesday in each month except in splendidly paying situation, rented a H. a. Hancock names of as oughman.Witnesses!Florida. court a. Judge of PVobate. for my

the class. The Golden Rule girls and May when the meeting will be held i good substantial house !I. a good Peter J. haley, of Loughman'Ior.. final discharge. aa Executor of the
Yoke Fellows class the the second The ; Ida. palate of Llicle Moaeley, deceased; and
presented Wednesday. resignation dollars
OFFICE: ,State Bank Building neighborhood purchased fifty Flor that at the sum time I will present
Paul Qhjsellnck of Loushman :
church with a service flag with 18 of Mrs. Grace Cooper aa secret worth of furnitUre. besides cooking my Anal account. a. Executor of said 4

,', pV stars/ on it for the boys who have tary and treasurer was accepted with utensils and is fully prepared for ida.Li.. 'V. White of Kissimmee, .Florida. estate, and ask for their approval.

gone from the church. regrets and ..Ella McAllister\ chosento light housekeeping. He may not bea IIOBT. W. DAVIS. Dated January 26lh. A. n. letS.EGGLESTON .

Miss. Dorothy Jaques is ill at this fill her place during the summer very-good soldier, but reliable men 15-Ct Register. 7-1oam6m', WILBOURN Executor

The Dining Room of the writing and is under the care of Dr. months. Mrs. George. as chairmanof are needed to fight home battles for In the Circuit Court for the Seventh

J. D. Chunn. . ',1' " 1& the Red Cross Committee of the the. good ot the country as well ,asobroad.'j Judicial Circuit of the Slate of Florida, FJI\I"'F'I, .,!SAI.H! .

Manhattan Hotel Mrs.,,.' Edith ;<;Shackleton > ;and jytwo, Improvement 'Club, i reported J.hat on Rex's: ,idea is that every man Int'and'for()spolal'!("ountYl4ln! J Chant, Iii'" ('i4Irt'.1.: Co." ....-. Tib."Jndlrlal. Circuit

I' thlldren.who\ ,have'' been!''spending-thewlnterlheretwiththerifathcr.il May',first:;!.there; )will '1",,be.-. the ,:;,new has:,hiss:! allotted station :Inlifeandhewho ceryKSJ plaln nt8VB Knight.I.&.Wall*Uravell"and!Company jOrae c.mi '4'OsPf'OiN''CUSy.' Kla.. First Natloa.

"I ;lsNow': Open : < : dap.1" depotllt openingt'\\; \.'wher' ''' flagoiiwill bears ,up"'under the home, burj K].. (Jraves,8 his(wlfeS; and I lSmniain<'"n. Iisskt of Hmcoriioratlon ..Iord.i1 5'9'.. a b.......

- Mrs.' R.: B.:'Savage' :\O Owner; and% \ "t.4'Mi Stan ton,*left]!'Saturdayllasti forS W ash bef!raised rand j ldifferenU booths 4 repreJ den\\,115 Uust.as>' imporlantlasioneJwhocarries '. S'. .,. Campbell.Mortgage_re Notl.e"otrBal.'F0 PGndt'nt..lror..clo""r:" ',J.-H!of. f"", i-.. ," ,,,'."- .".,..tln" ,\\\\Iif\ :i

ington; D. C., and Newark N.'J. renting a trip'around the world and a rifle. Graves and .Grace E. Craven his wife Ssreoosse. Faran and Towaalte. C.. a
Mrs. Anson McGill Mrs. Mary ending in America in G. A. R., hall.A ..i..---Itur I.lltrrty llomln< and Emma V. R. Campbell and all .....P..U.., llefeadavt.Notice .
I Johnson} and Miss Goldie Firkin picnicked fine program will be rendered and FOODS'TASTE BETTER COOKED whom It slay concern. Notice, Is here. I. hereby given that under
at Narcoossee on Wednesday. : lunch served. The corresponding sec by given by the undersigned that the and by virtue of an execution laaulnvnut
J. W..THOMPSONFuneral of the Circuit of
Court Oaceola
Master here
Misses Evadna Harris Alma Coble retary was asked to invite the Kis -TOBACCO TASTES BETTER undersigned tOrOrl.olnl..d. na Jn Special this CHUHB will en County Fla., In Above entitled caoae

and Harriet Myers Messrs. Willia-n : simmee Red Cross Improvement Club TOASTED the Rule hay In May, 1918, namelM j the on February IS, 1918 In favor of the
DirectorAND Hettinger and Van Ricketta went to and Melbourne Board of Trade and 6th day of said month between: the Plaintiff and against the Defendant In
legal hours of sale, namely: 11 a. m. said cause... I have levied upon the tol-
Narcoossee horseback riding on Sunday the Narcoossee Red Cross ,to join us. and 2 p. in, offer for .sal. and sell to owing described real palate situate,
. Current events were given by different Since the day of the caveman who the highest and best bidder thereforfor lying and being In the County of <_>..

Mr. Joe Tracey is spending a few members. Dr. M. B. Cushman liked his meat raw civilization has "cash Lot 4 of Ii. C. Miller's Subdivision "ala I and State of Florida to-wll: "-
in St. Cloud. then parliamentary drill whichwas of llloclc H of W. A. Patrick's All fractional Sec. 8, except Ix>ta K,
days gave a learned a lot about the scientific treat Addition, KlHilmmee City Osceola. 6, 7. 22. 23. 28. SA, 37 and Bft of Lot 19.
EMBALMER Mr. Dan Barber is home on a fur- very interesting and instructive.The County Florida. This sale. will be held All fractionmif Soc. 4, except Lots 18
LICENSED lough from Fort Scrivcn, Ga. meeting was then turned over to ment of the things we eat. under d.'cro" of foreclosure heretofore and 14 and 8H of Lot SA and Ntt of

Mr. Frederick Thayer' who has Mrs. Hendrix in charge; of the pro Naturally; none of us would now entered In the above .stjled ca.n I of do. All fractional Sec. 6. except N% of Lot
accordance with the terms said
Store and Chapel, Stewart Art been spending the winter here left on gram. Recitation by 'Mrs. Kibbie prefer to have our meat raw, our potatoes ('r.,(.. Purchaser will pay for deed. 6.> All fractional See 9, except Lots
Monday for, Maine but expects to return "Tit tor Tat." Recitation "Patriot- as they come from the ground, This the Stir day of April A. II 1918l. I. 2. 7, 5. 12. 1*. 14 27. 34, 17. 38. 39, 40.
Klsialmmee. Fl*. here in the early fall. ism" by Mrs. Grace Cooper. Motion p. Garrett, as Special Master. In 47 It nd 48. All Sec.' 10 except. Lots 10.
o J. F. Siemiller and family have to adjourn till second Wednesday in our coffee unroasted. Chancery In said cita... Clarke Knight II, 28 27, 37, 44, NH Lot 53 and all Lot
1651SIIKKIKK'S fiS. All Sec. 15. except Lots, 1 I. 18, 20,
And naturally follows the great discovery aa counsel for complainant.
t oot oto.... sold their property here and expect toRUMINATIONS May. in, 31, NW Lots 49 6ft, and (A, NH Lot
recently made by The American 63. Lots 4. 6, 7. 9. 11. 12. IS of Block
'
.. '" SAI.IO .1
M. TILLER -- ... Tobacco Co.-that tobacco tastes Notice Is hereby given that under" 9. Lota 8, 9, 11' 'ot Block 18. Lot 6
of Block 42. Lot. 1 and 8 of Block
I 81.
of Execution
better TOASTED! nnd Issued by out virtue of and of a under Writ the seal of the Lots 3, 4. 6, 7, 8. S. 10, II. 12 18. 14 of
Real [state I Hlook *1. Lots t. 4, 6. 7. 8, 9. 11. 12.,
This wonderful Ideasimplelike County Court for ftnceola Counay,
I OF REXRecently I : new State of "Florida. wheieln OacuulaHardware ) 14. 15. 17. 22, 23. 24. of Block 102. Lots:
flflfltflfltflSflttflflflttReahy all great Inventions-was first Company a corporation under 1. 8. A, 7, 8, II. IS, 16, 17, 18 of BlockOH
of Plat of Bald
llunnym
bought and sold. used in producing the famous LUCKY the law8 of tho State of l
Houses rented. received a letter from B. is of great -assistance in the house STRIKE Cigarette-made of toasted 1 plaintiff have levied and Nathan upon anul Hay will IH Defendant offer for Twp. if. So. Kanoe 81 Jo;. a. the proper

P. Cobb Jr., and his brother, John hold.Hunters Burley tobacco. sale and will sell at public outcry foi,- ty of the defendant Nurcoosaee Farm
,. Taxes paid and Titles verifiedfor sons of B. F. Cobb the noted fisher- Parr.diso has not yet shownup .-Itch h In 11I '"I. to the hlghext bidder, aithe & Tnwnslte*' Company and I will on
tin I th of
Burley has mellow flavor entirely ) day May, 1918, the same he.
a fMmt, floor of the Court lloUno InKlNHlinmee
nonresidents.Fire. man who lives on the Kisimmcq river to any considerable advantage. (i ( 'Rc..ol'ount '. Florida, iiuc the first Monday and the rule day
Life and Accident In about three miles this side of Rosalie. The hunters arc numerous but they different from the tobacco usually on the l I"i rat Monday i I In Jin))', the-sami of .nld 1 month offer for Bale at public

They enlisted last December in the do not appear to have the skill which used for cigarettes. It is a pipe to III-IMK the tilt day! of Mnv. A, !>. 191s.mid outcry h. front tivtween of the legalhutars of sale

surance. Aero Repair Squadron Field No. 2. is necessary to promote success but baccoand LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettestaste 1 a legal sale day, during the liwilhnqr 'M.. ("lty of KlRHlmmee the Court House Oaueola door Coun-In

Indemnity Bondl.C.W. They were moved to Antonio.'and' (there is still hope for the future. like a pipe.lIu' hoiilH of of 11 Bale pVlook, to-wlt I In: the betweenthe foicnoonand tv. State of Florida, the aforeaidmentioned

then to Waco Texas and their letter Blackberries now appear to be the . 2 o'clock In the afternoon the following real estate and sell .same to
.. ..o. oo.o.. was headed Garden City N. Y., but order of the day and as the pickersare i Mlirrtr lion described real estate situatedlit : the hlHliuHt and '''"at bidder for ca.h.
L. ING
11. HAM.
N. Y. > and the berries they REGISTER NOW. the County of OM"'olll. State of
o postmarked Hematead They many plenty _16-41 Sheriff.OTECE .
j'li-i'ia. deucrlbed as follows: Lot OneI
have idea where. their next landing become a part and parcel of the war The registration books are now open ,
OO.... .004 OO.OO no ( I ) of llMceolii Kc-SubdUlnlon I I I of I.otHSetcn .
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place will be but are patriotic enoughnot cry, as an occasional briar and stain- at every precinct in Osceola coun- 17)) and J Eight (8) nf Block .I. Final OF KXKCl'TOItKor .
DlapkarKe
to complain of their present ed fingers are all the experts attend- of K. 11. P DrouKlifs Addition to the )
position I ty. Register and pay your poll tax- Town of KlHHlmmee, Florida. Said la Court. of CoMnty Jndire. Oa"eoltouBtjr. .
and willing to ant on their, gathering.The of Florida.
are perfectly Stale
'I property has been levied upon as the
GRIFFIN vote will be needed this year.
your
submit without fault finding to any several days set apart as meatless preperty. of Nathan Hay the said UHndant :
I. .. ..
Rslale of .
re 'O.DV. II.
service which the government will call etc., do not appear to materially (. and will be sold to satisfythe Notice Is hereby given to all whom
leaves their affect our people nor does the method said Writ of Execution and the necessary -
upon them for. This LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS It may concern that on the l.t day of
costs.Hated
Staple and FancyGROCERIES father with' but one boy home. Racor, adopted to compel our merchants to this. 4th day of ApiMl A. Iisis. August A. I). 1918 I shall apply to
and he is too young for Uncle Sam. sell certain edibles with other species the' Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge of
of foods. Each realizesthe r.. H INORA&f sn'd Court as Judge of Probate, for
grain
1\1. Lutz and his wife formerly Myr- one NOTH: Sheriff Oiiceula. "'nu lit y. my final discharge as Executor" of the
tle Savage have rented a house very necessity that creates this, order Notion In herwby gl\cn; tn nil whom State of Florida. estate of John Vf. Smith deceased. ;
and are doing the best they can under It: may ronccm. that J. Min, F If. 1(1tlllrIoITF.I and that at the same time I will prescOt -
and n.
"'. near where P. P. Savage resides I i i the circumstances. House, irunrdian fur Knthi-i'Inc I.ouim-I fur Plaintiff 1651In my final accounts .. Executor .f
have moved i i. Lutz proves to( be Palmer a mtnort. will. on thr 20th (lav AttorneyS said- estate- .. and ask 'np their. annrnvsLL'ated .
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Free Delivery to all Parts one of the best men the country nf- There was some excitement createdby of M..v; A. 1>. 1111 5. applv| tn th" Ihmi.rnble I iril\ : A. D.: 1918.T11URSTON :
I t the report that potatoes were sell T. M. Murphy. County JUIJKC In f Ireull ourt. !State "f Florida, S. RMITII
of the City ford i. lIe found employment a day or ing at $7.50 per barrel at Okeechohce mill for OHceola County.' Florl'la. fit hln ", .,..'b Juillrlnl I null Onrvoln' 8-1amflm Executor.SIIICItlKK'H .
two after his return from the I'.UD.-I. hnnrrrjr.
army. Klxlmmci
I tfflcat the Court HOUHP at -
but this turned 'out to be few
only a OHceola lo. ,mi SVI.K
lie was a stranger in this community County Kloild.i ut
..oo..to.o.oo. but the Savages' proved themselvesto choice ones that brought that price A. M,, or a.. Boon thereafter ". the Mary 1. Hunter Complainant
and had nothing-to do with the stand. matUr can he heard for authority' to s-s.' I. County Court Onrrola CeBBtr. Via.
be better judges of human nature ard. Most of farmers have null. at public or private mtl"! the' O.rlHunl..r.\: Defendant Butler Brothers Corporation, .'..1.-
than the people at large. for he is not our city rlnht' title. and Interest, belontrlnHr! to I It appealing by affida\t' ) append"1 HIT, '
COQVOTOTHE LflST DROP efTectionato husband but a planted corn between the potato( rows. the nalcl Katharine Louisa I'almer ..I.Imlnor. to the 1 bill filed In the abovestatedcause ...
only an
This is certainly a thrifty method of In the following, deacrlbedlandn that George! Hunter the defend \v. .\. rnnrdy, Defendaat.
good provider.Our making fertilizer its own expen . to-wit.: The Southwest quarter anttherein. named Is a nonresidentof Notice Is hereby given that under
weekly visit to Mr Joe Smitk At pay of the Southwest quarter of Section the Stat of "Florida and U a resident and by virtue of an exception Issuing
ses. Hastings which has thus far Tw nty-nFhe, Towimhlp. Twenty-n of Iowa City. State of Iowa oVer out of the County Court of Osceola
MAXWELLHOUSE found. him decidedly on the improving been the great potato section of'FlorIda South Range Twi-nty-Hxven East Os the age of twenty-one years; It Is County Fla., In above entitled cans
list. The kindnefes of his neighbors the' people planted corn after the ceola County Florida. therefore ordered that said nonr..Id..nt on Vovember 17 117 In favor of the '
and their wilingncss tcrbcar a helping removal of their and after Dated this 18th dar of April, A. D.MRS. defendant be and .he Is hereby required Plaintiff and -against' the Defendant In
called for has potatoes 1918. to appear to the kill of complaint aid cause, I have levied. upon the following
hand when necessity it. that a grass seed. and the two latter :- F. II. KOL'HH. filed In, said cause on or before described real estate* .It.....
done much to alleviate his sufferings.One crops paid the entire expense ofall KTUBDR & STEED Guardian.Attorny4 Monday. the IStb day of May A. D. Ivlngnnd ,belnn- In Osceola County,
of his neighbors, Mr. Neal has three ft some of our enterprising (or Ouardlan. 1-&I 1818. otherwise. the allegations tif said Fla., N',, of NEiL, Sec. 14, Twp. 27, -
hi. mother living with them. The old' bill will be taken a. confessd. by saId : Rire" ,. 1*, as the property. of w. A. -
farmers would this
COFFEE adopt plan. my 1'IO.ICH' OP1 ADMIMSVRATOHFor defendant. + : Drawdy. Defeadant 'and I will on Mar' h
lady is 94 years old but still able to. bon opinion ia that the result would be a ( rlmml I>Urk.nce) It Is, further ordered that this order 6th. 111. same beingthe rule day IB f

her feet, though her eyesight La defective like experience. Beans, squash and !. Court .f Co.. r *.<>**. !State! of fce' published once,a week for four con aid \month effer for sale at publlfl 4"
v* other in "'I."... O-...f. (...t,.. ecutlve. w.k. In th. Kissimmee Val. outcry: between the legal. hours of
early products are coming I. frc !!:...<. ... WIIIUM Wvrkrrlrl ley Oasette, a newspaper published la .alIn front bt the Court House door
dSKYOUR GROCER At John Drawdy'a all is well. Miss abundantlYt and a few Irish potatoes. Notice !. h.reby given to all whomIt aid County and State.This In Kissimmee Oseeola. -County. Fla-. ,
Dpra thinks much of little girls and 'The Weekly News Letter, published may concern that on .the SOth day - llth day.of. April.. 1911. the said mentioned real. ..t.tet and sell 4-
Nolan thinks hi* little,sister is :just by. authority of the secretary of' Agriculture of September.'A.. 1'181.1 shall applyto .01.. L. OVER8TREET.! .. the same to the highest and best'-bid-. .,, ;,: .
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4 A want' ad. In the VsIey Gazette, : the Honorable '1'.. M. Murphy."-Judne ClerkCircuit Court der for caUl .I .if.
the .Ahlng.; Miss Louis r Mr. Acree's70un.eat Bays'that on account of the of said Court. a* Judge of Probate, for KRIttBS & STEED!; I'' I. ; H. NOAX' of( '
till rent, your. ipar room: daughter. is With; them, and ,supplies, that will be shipped from my anal discharge as Administrator of Solicitors Complainant, ,J7. t u.n ,. 8o,rlfF"Ose oi County, Tin. 44


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r ., EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 19181 1

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.ttOOOttt O.O O OOOO OO . Richard Bullock illness. The funeral services will be .
2. Arnold Winkelreld," Montgomery held from the home on aturday morning

Porchie Pherigo in charge of thtf Masons, after

'Society Notes J! 3. ."Our Country's Flag" which. the body will bo taken north sceoI'a Hardware Co.
1 John Temple Graves Mrs Ed Ely and Mrs. P. D. Marine
Donald McKay entertained at (500 on Tuesday after- ,
4. "King Volmer and Elsie" Whittier noon in honor of Mrs. Claude Ryan,
(Mrs. E. E. Well, Editor) Mamie Pilley who is visiting here from Sanf rd.

Orchestra. On Monday the city accepted then Located on Kissimnlee'sBUSIEST

i Request U made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to send item i 5. "Mission of America" 'w power house machinery from the CORNER
t Albert J.
... Beveridge. Fairbanks, Morse Company, who. installed .
; ; *f Society Events So the Editor. publication in these colunjs.r t Murray. Overstreet all tho engines, generators,
= 6, "The Last Night" Virna Woods motors, pump and so' fofU St.
>
,i': . . . . . .. I ILA.LA Thelma Woodall Cloud now has one of the most up to letter
+ TTTTTTTTTTT T_ __. o..!. !. . .oil 7. ''Emmett's Defense of his Char' date power houses in the South. Mr. The girl are writing lots of letter these days. And verily a

\ "No Cigarette; for Me," Don Oliver."A actor," Parliament RecordsJ. F. A. Mason, who placed the machin' to soldier doelh good like a Liberty Bond. Encourage your daughterto
sS'I'AnTY.r Edgar has left for Winter Haen.
t DELIGHTFUL L Hero, Peter ll rtnl1tt. Bryan' ery, '
}. "Standing Treat," Hulin Sn der. 8. "A Judith of -IIUT ...H T
The members of Mr ,3. L. Over "The Wrecked Express," Christine Cornelia Lancaster. '" '
y' etreet's Sunday school class? of the May .' American Folk Song, SHINGLE CREEK reasonable price. -

J Methodist church gave a delightful "The Watcher on the TowerMar. Male Quartette ,
party to a number of friends I'riday garet;' Waring,. 9. ""Man's Development. and Attainments" Mips Lucretia Overstreet visited Mission
I s three different( finishes
Herbert Dickinson We have "in stock Chin: Closets in ;
( evening at the home. of Mrs. E. L. "The Battle Is On; God Called, for few day-the latter part of last weekat ,
Verne Wilson
Westfall. You," Rosella' Cooper. the.homes of her sisters, Mrs. M. Early English and Golden Oak.- Take an hour off and look them
10. "Buying a ,
t I The rooms were prettily'decoratedwith "The Orphan's Prayer, Claru Feller"Marietta M. Miller and Mrs. J. R. Bronson in .:
color scheme. Holley '
a pink and green Tucker. Kissimmee. ot-sr. \
.
"' Elizabeth Ledbetter
'I carried out in roses and streamers. "Since Pupa Don't Drink. Lula I.' P. Tison has purchased 'a Buick
for the 11. "Liberty" Chauncey M, Depew
were arranged Led better. '
\ t Merry games folio, Athalia Griffin. Roscoe Roberson touring car which he plans on converted Next .week is "Potato Week." Hoover won't let us have
f the early part of the evening, "Nellie's Victory, into a truck., any -

f' f ed by a was twelve-number concluded with Prom.'refresh'The Brooks."Settling the Question.," CloG 12.. "Johanna. Shove's Hamilton Easter"Annie Donnel l P. G. Cromortie, F., A. Babb and wheat products at all. so by this, time next week we will all be full of
f program Wv O. Bronson have been ,
serving as
.. .
Overstreet
llu.auI Lola
1 'r menu of punch, sandwiches and cakes i liuy Liberty' -- Orchestra. jurors at court this week. spuds and grits' 'Now in order for our rations to be properly prepared "'
r served Iri the dining room. + -w
this I I SMILEAGE ,.BOOK QUESTIONS Decision of Judges ,and delivery of Rev. J. D. Sibert, who I is in chargeof
invited for pleasant all of
f The guests the Shingle Creek church this 'we'strongly recommend that housewives use- some our
'k occasion were Misses Peme Oliver, AND ANSWERS 1 medals. (No flowers.) year,
r t Overstreet A small admission charge will be spent Thursday of last week ,visitingat of shelves filled with
-. Ruth Campbell; Lois the homes of fine Enamel Ware. We have a large expanse
our people, planningon
t Griffin Freda Schweikart, made to this contest. All other eventsof
Gladys What Is Book? .
Q. a Smileage
Wllliametta Sibert, Maggie Mae Me- A., A Smileage Book is a book containing ''the school commencementfree. church holding a prayermeeting in the this ware in White and Gray Granite, 'and in Royal Blue. Some good
.. .. at night, but owing to the .
P Ploetz Lillian -- -lluy Liberty H d --;- -
and Clara
t Cranie, Mabel entitling the holderto '
f Essie coupons rain this part of his plan was post line that I '
t I'' Harris, Jeanette Prevatt, admission and seat tickets at Lib. ST. CLOUDMiss poned for one week, when he expected _
t and Trixie; Bass'Neva Lester, Mary erty Theaters, Liberty Tents, and auditoriums to spend another day in tho community
<. Singeltary, Dot and Jo Makinson, under the management of He was accompanied by G. THRIFT STAMPS
1 I Muriel Prentis, Margaret Lee, Jessie the Commission'on Training Camp Gcwndolyn Gelston, who has B. Woodall and daughter Thelma,

', Lee Blackmon, Elizabeth Ledbetter, Activities in National Army Cantonments been spending the winter here with and Mrs. Wallace Bell. "Start to write your name down in history as one who, unable'

r; Thelma Woodall, Alva Fortner and and National Guard camps.Q. her grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. J. Our community was 'well represented .'
"
I Frances Tress; Messrs. Walter Bass, By whom are they' l Issued ? B. Westcott, left Tuesday morningfor at the "War Relic Train" on Mon to go across to France stood. by the country-and financed it. '

t Roscoe Roberson, Harold Woodall, A. By the Military Entertainment :her home at Camden, N. J.
Arthur Gardner Fritz Barber, Elmo Council of the Mr. T. W .Lamson leaves Tuesdaynext day.Farmers have commenced the

.r t Griffin, Murray Overstreet Prator Activities. Washington to spend the summer at Neligh, planting of sweet potatoes and
t Gilbert,, Gerald Rivers, Clifford Lester ing Camp Neb. \ is anticipated. a large; GASHUM & SUSETTE '
.
D. C. \II acreage
'. i Irlo Bronson, Verne Wilson., Q. What do Smileage Books cost Capt. Chas K. Nelson from Troup, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bronson went to I
i Charlie Regero, Stratton Story, Henry Texas, came -in on Thursday last and Orlando the latter part of last weekto
A. Smileage Books are of two

y;, r! Wells Singeltary, Belton, Henry Bass, Edwards L. O. Rogers. Bert, kinds; the first, .costs $1; the second buying.is looking things.. over with a view. cf reported Visit the seriously former's sick.sister, who Is "I called on Mrs; Spudds today and she has a ukelele." said

Sheldon Johnson, Bryan Simpson Lu- $5. Mr. Floyd Brown and sister, Mrs The heavy rainfall of the week Susette. .
f dolph Wichtendahl), Tot Miller, Dewey contain Q. )How? many tickets does/ .each. one Eva Dasen, left on Monday for MIami is reported to have injured past the Irish "dot a-what in thunder did you say she had?" exclaimed
Ivey. John Lee, Joseph Sears and where Mr. Brown will before -
go potato crop somewhat but just what Gashum.
William Arnold. A. The $1 Smileage Book contains I ,

S Head.RED 20 coupons; the $5 book contains. 100 the Mr.examining and Mrs.board.C. 1. Bandy and son, per cent we of have the been crop unable has been to learn damaged Hush such talk" I I said she had a ukelele! it'a.a. small stringedmusical ..",

coupons. Richard, of Kissimmee were the in fact some of them are too far instrument. ,\ .
ORGANIZED Q. where are they Jtood'1A. guests on Sunday of Rev. and Mrs.J. under water to be examined. "0, is that' all? I thought'it was one of those new (fangled diseases {
In all Liberty Entertainments
B. Westcott. -llur Liberty llomtl _
t that the doctors fort"! ,
in all National Army cantonmentsand operate
Rev. and Mrs. Beauchamp left on
; The Red Cross Bridge club which National Guard camps under the Tuesday to spend the summer at their ORANGE CENTERThe Watch this space next week: for something important. '
"""" in Kissimmeemet
+ was recently organized management of the Commission on old home at Colby, Kansas
at the home of Mrs. DeWilton Training:; Camp Activities. I Rev. and Mrs. A. N .Ash left on zssssass.
Alderman Tuesday afternoon. Q. Are the books to be Inscribed Tuesday for their northern home in charming event of the week . .
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Three tables of players enjoyed the by name to soldiers the state of Ohio. was the dance given at the residence
r afternoon at this popular amusement, I of Mr. and Mrs. Houck on Wednesday and clothe in proper regalia and at
t A. There l is space for an inscription Mr. Ladd has sold his dairy business AT THE CHURCHESLECTURE
Mrs. S. II.' Bullock making high score to soldiers by name, but this l is and left this week for Vienna, evening. Mr. R. Ilolliday furnished 11 will attend the service at the
and receiving the two thrift stamps, not necessary.Q. Maine. music on the yiolin, while Mrs. Burn. Christian church in a body, where

,; given by the hostess on these occa. Are they transferable? Herbert J. Wriggan of Atlantic am presided at the organ. Among special seats willbe reserved for

,t sions. The ten cents weekly dues paid A. Yes, to. soldiers in uniform. City, N. J., has been the guest for those present were Mr. and Mrs POSTPONED them..
!, by each member is contributed to the Q. How many theaters have been the past week of Rev. and Mrs. J, B. Houck, Mr. and Mrs. Theron 'Keene, Mrs Varney's lecture has been -HiiT liberty. CHURCH llnnilnMETHODIST. - -

local Red Cross. built? Westcott., Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Keene, .Mr. and postponed on account of the celebration this
The service at
R Roses attractively decorated the A. One permanent theater, seating Comrade Stevenson, who has spent ,Mrs. Ira Keene'', Mr. and Mrs. Lesley Friday.. church Sunday will be morning patriotic and given in
rooms and the afternoon closed with 3000, has been built in each National the winter here; left for his homein Flint, Mr. and Mrs. Walton, Mrs. -----llur ..11......, llwniln- honorof the soldier boys. Let all the
,
refreshments of fruit salad and iced Army cantonment. Two chautauquatents Vermont on Tuesday. Agnes Burnam Mrs.: Bishop Mrs. M. SERVICE FLAG relatives and friends of these
,; tea.Mrs. seating 1800 each have been Mr. and Mrs. A< Derham left Tuesday E: Maddux and the :Misses: Vera Adelle precious
J Last Sunday morning at the Chris boys be present. The pastors even-
R. E. will entertain the I
Brown for their home at Durand. Mich.
erected in each National-Guard and Venetta
camp. II Burnam, Ada and tian Sunday school a service flag with ing subject will be "The. True Optim-
I I but expect to be with again in the
Q. Are Smileage Books available us ,
Thornaeon Florence Maddux, Louise, Fannie, seven stats, the gift of, Alma Cooper, ism.
for use' by civilians? fall.Mrs.. Ruth and Julia Jones, Messrs, Ivan and her mother, was presented. Prayer meeting' Wednesday night
Veeder is
Mary visiting Mrs.
-Day I.ltM-rtr llnd.ii ------ A. Civilians are allowed in these I George W. Arnold at Orlando this arid Gordon Maddux, James King, Supt. Yowell nccefied the flag with will be in charge of Prof. Evans BiOle i.

entertainments only when accompanied Livingston. Roberts, Edgar and Paul appropriate remarks of special honor clas.
KISSIMMEE PATRIOTIC week. ,
by a soldier friend with Smileage Burnam due the seven young men from the _i_IIuy Liberty Head*-- r
iK ii LEAGUE ORGANIZED > Mrs. E. E. 'Williams left on Thurs James O'Berry, Coy and
't. coupons.How much |day to spend the summer! at Johnson Morgan Bronson, Mr. Jones Ree Hol- school now in the service of our coun ST. JOHNS (EPISCOPAL) CHURCH
Q. does the Military
The Kissimmee Patriotic League money City. Tenn. liday and Steve Bronson. A very delightful try.. Fourth Sunday after Easter.
Entertainment Council to -- Buy Ml.rrtr HoBdn99TH in
hope +i Minister charge L. II. Kirkby.
,
t was organized here last week which Miss Constance Harris left .last evening was spent and all
; raise from the sale of Smileage ANNIVERSARY OF FLA. 9:45: a. m., Sunday school.
Includes in its membership 80 of the Friday for Tampa. delegate to the good time. , '. '
Books? ', :> ' ., report a '
and ad- i
f ( 11 Morning"' Prayer
j, ; '' :a.on.
lllfrhi School girls. Miss Inez Carson Christian. Endeavor convention andon Mrs. Bessie Adison and '.Milton L 0 O. F.' CELEBRATED SUNDAY
A. The goal for, the drive,has ;been son; f dress by MivL.'A.; :Hamilton; subject: t
i
will direct their activities, assisted by set at her way home will visit her friend, are'gue ta'' at:, the,"-home'or.JW,';, H.Bronson '. .'.. , YIIWMY''. , , Not' '
1,000,000 Smileage Books but if l' \ Why Does God Stop the War ,
,
Miss Helen Bass a million dollars', worth oftsmiles. are Mary McKay at Orlando.,. ,,v i ...,,', ,, \\7,,. ;<.;\;\ iai( i k4r1: t .,, ./Next\'':; ,, Sunday morning the 99th nn< i 1"7:30,% ; p.'m.t' 'Evening prayer and ser
The movement Is nation-wide and Mrs. Fred Davies left on Monday to Mr. and 'Mr W.. If.: Bronson niversary the Odd Fellow 'Lodge '
for soldier I accompanied -
good our boys, why won't mon; subject: "Salvation in the
is. carted the Junior the Johnson
War spend at
on by Work summer City,
two 'million dollars' worth'' be by Myrtl ---and Bessie of Florida will bfe celebrated with a House."
much _
.
h Council of the Y.'W. C. A. One feature Tenn.
special sermon by Rev. W. H. Cole- ... -
better? Bronson and Mr Bessie Adison and ---llur l.lttrrtr "" -
of the work will be leading community Mr. Salmon, who has been spendingthe
man'at the Christian church. The CHRISTIAN CHURCH
singings. These will likely Q. How con I get these Smileage winter ,
Odd Fellows and the Rebecca, are 10:00: -Sunday school.
Books to the soldiers? Rev. Christmas.
be held 4 his home Owasso
twice each month when the at Mich. ,
people in the community will sing the A. Send them by mail. Let the The Elsie P. McElroy J auxiliary Miss Leona Bronson was the truest urged to atke part; .in this meetingand 11:00--Special anniversary service
the public in general is invitedto for I .0. O. F. and Rebecca lodges and
ongs our boys are singing in the next letter you send to any camp contain ;, held its regular meeting Monday afternoon of the Misses Annie and Hattie
be
j trenches "over there." The league a $5 or a $1 book; think of the i with 20 present. They donated Christmas on Friday. __ _present.II.. I.Iberty n..d.LAYMAN'S ._ special 3:00 music.Junior C, E.
will also make scrap .books for our laughter in these coupons. And, ofi $5 to the Red Cross work. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Keene, accom- : -
t convalescent soldiers. course, if you have a boy, son, brother I Miss Edythe Jenness entertanied a nanied bv the Misses Vere. Adele and MEETING I 6.45-Y. P. S. C. E, will have special -

A meeting of the league is called sweetheart or husband of your!I merrY'' crowd of bathers at the lake Venetta Burnam, Bernice Keene Mrs. Layman's Meeting Sunday afternoon report from convention delegate.

f for Saturday, May, 4, at the Hart own in camp, you will see that he gets front on last Thursday afternoon. Agnes Burnam and son. Paul and at 3 o'clock at Methodist S. S. 7:30-Sermon-The: Young Man.
Memorial building at 4 o'clock the rooms.: All men and boys invited. Everybody welcome.
whena Among guests were Mrs. C. L.
II large attendance Is desired. After one.Q.. Under what authority is the Bandy and Miss Grace Gilbert of Kis Herman Keene. motored to SAnd LaVpr Oar Liberty B..<.- Junior C.< E. program Sunday, April ,

tea, a general discussion of the organization Smileag6 campaign conducted? I' simmee, Mr. Baker of Indiana, and Sunday, and spent a ,delightfulday. ST. CLOUD-KISSIMMEE SERMON 28: e
r and its activities will take A. The authority for this campaign ',Mr. H. I. Wriggan of Atlantic City, Dinner was served aloner the LECTURE Topic: African children in Ameri
:J .place. is that of the United States govern ,N. J. lake after which the rwrtv motored ca. Text, Lev. 19:34. Led by May
-lIa" Liberty 0..._ ment.Q. The W. C. T. U. district conventionwas around the lake, and Afterwards en. Next Sunday the Odd Fellows and Winn. Song., Bible Lesson by leader.

""I Who supervises the handling of 'held at Kissimmee on Friday : toyed: a pond l time bathing Rebeccas will observe the 99th anni- I Daily readings ,by society. Lord'

W.' C. T. U. MEDAL CONTEST 1 the finances? April 25th, and local workers. attend. -Ray Liberty R..d_ versary of Odd Fellowship in Amer I Prayer in concert. Mission .tudy- ....,
t \ A. The accounts are audited by ed. KISSIMMEE WOMAN'S CLUB ica. The I. O. O. F. and Rebecca : Uganda's) White Man of Work, by '
j The temperance declamation contest' men from the War Department. Mrs. B. F. Rails is quite' ill at this lodges of St. Cloud have accepted an : Eunice Rivers. Bible drill. Song. ,
'
was held at the Hart Memorial build- -' Hay Liberty B..<_ writing. JOINS CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN invitation to'Join in this service. : Bible verses A to I. Sentence pray

Ing on Thursday afternoon of last ANNUAL Mrs. Anna Ausbaugh entertained \ All will meet at the I. O. O. F. hall ers. 'Story by society, p.. 105. Mizpah.
DECLAMATION One ,
week when Don Oliver and Christine CON Mrs. J. B. Westcott and Mrs. Lydia Continued from Page )
---"-
.May were winners of silver medals. TEST AT H. S. AUDITORIUMFriday Mosher at tea on Wednesday gestion that.housekeepers abandonthe
Miss Cecelia Overstreet making of bread from wheat flour l
I superintendent for burial.
of the W. C. T. U., directed May 3rd, 1918, 8 o'clock P. M. Mr. and Mrs. Scabring, who have at home on account of the flour wasted . POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR Ei i I
the contest and anounced the numbers been spending the winter here lefton by sticking to the board and to

{ of the program aa follows: Orchestra. Monday for their home in Michi the fingers. The loss at one home was ,

a Two Boys and a Cigarette," Malcolm Marsellalse ___.__________?_.._ Lisle not a large one, she said, but when FOR STATE AUDITOR
< M. Makinson. America, __._________________ Smith gan.Mr.. George Walters died on Wednesday the aggregate of breadmakers washed MEMBER SCHOOL BOARDI
1 -Ill! Take What Father Takes High School Chorus at 2 a. m. a this home on this flour down the drain pipe, the hereby announce' myself a candi- Served as City Councilman two
Richard Bandy. 1: "Eulogy of Garfield" J. G. Blaine New York avenue after a lingeringDon't total wasted was worth considering.At date for re-election as member of the years; Tax Assessor of Polk Co. 8
M bakeries this waste is'elimi Pure Food threeyeal'1l
the Board of Public Instruction from District years; Inspector
nated she said. No. 2, and solicit the of ; Aunt. Postmaster, Bartow,.two
support
\ ... One of the most important questions years. With these experiences I feelI
the voters in the approaching pri-
before the club during the meet- am competent to handle the work
W., R. LANIER
ing was a proposed clean-up- cam mary. incumbent upon a State Auditor.

I paign'. for the city. The results of FOR MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF I will appreciate your support and ,
this action would be three-fold. It PUBLIC INSTRUCTION vote at the Democratic Primary in
:. would improve the public health, it June. J. H. LANCASTER,
would prepare the city for use by I At the solicitation of many friendsI Bartow Florida.
Let It Be -Said of You '
Uncle Sam should it be needed for a' have ,decided to offer my services
training camp for some of his aviators again to the voters of Osceola countyas FOR REPRESENTATIVETo

and it would conform to the a member of the Board of Public the White Democratic Voters. of "
clean-up work urged by the governor Instruction. I fully appreciate the Osceola County: .
of the state. : kind words of commendation and offers I
hereby enounce myself as a candidate
V In the years to come there will be those who will say "He shirked Mrs. J .Wesley Brown was appointed of support from my friends, and for election aa the member of
chairman of a clean-up committee should I be re-nominated and elected, the House of Representatives from
his duty with power to name fellow workers. will give the office the same painstaking Osceola county subjct to the will of : -
Mrs. Willson read a communication care in the future that I have
the Democratic voters in the
,
1 You may not join the army, the navy, or the home' guard but asking movement the Woman's of appointing club1 to ladies endorsethe to in the past. W. C. BASS. election to be held June 4th.primary '

let nothing stay you from joining the ranks of those who make all assist the recruiting officers by urging -, FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI thoroughly appreciate the honorof
serving as a member of the Florida
else in this voluntary enlistments. The club' am a candidate for County Commissioner -
possible winning great fight for "LIBERTY.
Legislature during the last two cessions -
favored the movement and the Smile-
from District No.3 sub-
,
i and realize that: t
the knowledge ,
,
Book committee named for
was
age ject to the action of the Democratic!
Join the "LIBERTY BOND OWNERS"-buy a bond. You can this work. primary. and experience thus acquired will en-
The club voted to send $5 Smile- able me to give better rorvice anothr.
a '
:
{ m! I t do thi -don't let it be said that you shirked age Book to Company B at Camp JOHN PARTIN term.

4- s ".l 3 What will they say of ?.? Buy a BondS Wheeler I FOR REPRESENTATIVE I respectfully refer to my record
during the last two sessions of 'he
$1 was voted to the! Anti-Saloon I j
I hereby announce myself a candidate .
ti toNf + League as a contribution the fundto for Representative in the Leg Legislature.As .
be used to "make Jacksonville dry" : islature from Osceola County, subject the next two month will be .
campaign. I to the action of the Democratic very busy ones with me I may not be
Mrs. M. Katz, treasurer reported primary. FRED M. BASS: able to see all of the voters personally ,
that the aum of $40 received from the I but your ,support in the coming ;t.
WS.S.wuturmosrcuir entertainment "Mrs. Jarlejr's Wax primary will be' highly appreciated .
fIN.no tUSt
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI
;H Citizens Bank Works" bad been donated to the loci and if nominated and elected I shall f;
Red Cross. hereby announce that' I will be a work diligently and faithfully to .he '

t The names' of Mrs. MUton Pledger candidate for County Commissioner very best of my ability in the service i iof

,# VMITED STATE and Mrs./C. E. Hilton were proposedfor from District No. 1, and will appreciate ,the people of Osceola and

." ,. OF KISSIMMEE O0VUMMCNT .. ,/ :membership and'they' were heartily the suport of the.Voters in that tty state of Florida. count,

I:, welcomed into the dub. / district.E. I Very tesppetfully' ,
.of", L, D. OVERSTREET. eliYaai '
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