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: May 24, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00856
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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'.. For' some time a movement ,has Dr. Rivers has been identified with The ceremonies attending the rais- of raising these flag I;'

been ,foot to bring about a more the business interests of Kissimmee ing of the honor flag presented to Canon Farmer, chairman'', :of the I''
on as a'property owner as well as one I Kissimmee and the one presented to local committee made a brief,but;expressive , :
sanitary Condition of the city of Kis- of the most prominent physicians and I Osceola' county as a'mark of appre- talk referring to the. steady' :(

i simmee. This was urged by Dr. A. enjoys to the fullest extent the re ciation of the service rendered duringthe brown stream pouring into F'pace- ",

C. Hamblin of the State Board of confidence of the people I I Third Liberty Loan drive, when ,the American army invincible;which "
Health who visited here on his reg- Through his long residence here he One of the Ambulance Given to the'Unit. Ii they placed their subscriptions far Is there to fight till the last Hun's "

ular rounds and urged that a systeI has become thoroughly in touch I. ... .. above the mark set for them.was one hellishness is overcome and the Uber- -';
t matic campaign l be instituted to erad- with the community and no one couldbe of the' most inspiring events which ty of the world is established. ',
( "* icate the mosquitoes and swat ,the more capable of suggesting neces- has transpired since this country: ,was He introduced Col. Lewis O'Bryan ,I

flies. sary reforms. The council is to be AT SIX O'CLOCK PAUSE AND plunged into war, for it was with who presented the flag to, the, city 'i,
This movement had the supportnot congratulated on .having induced Dr. reverehce that the people assembled with an eloquent address. CoLt| O'- ,:

only of the council but of the peo- Rivers '1.0 accept the position. round the court house steps to cele- Bryan commended$ the people for /r.
ple as well and has already borne The board 'health is.toexert full\ brate these victories and to pledge :their generous' support of the drive ,'1'
fruit. The council at the adjourned authority in maintaining the proper their support. of further patriotic, service .by opening wide their'''purses till the i*.
meeting Friday night appointed a sanitary conditions throughout the SILENTLY SALUTE THE FLAG mark was overreached and called on
municipal board of health to includein city and there is no doubt that when Carson Farmer presided over the them to live up to the principle our ',]

its personnel Dr. T. M. Rivers, city this body of successful business men occasion and called the meeting to boys were offering their live for.
physician, Marshal G. W. Overstreetand give special attention to the subject -- order .promptly at 3 o'clock. The Col. O'Bryan's address woe Infinitely :f'1

Councilmen Haley, Thomas and that a municipal house-cleaning will The above patriotic lines appear: in ville\ have ,instituted the custom and county honor flag with "Old Glory"at touching and he played ion' the i:
r Carson, members of,the sanitary com- soon be in progress, looking forwardto I the Jacksonville dailies, following an our information is that a great majority the top, was flung to the breeze heart-strings of the waiting people x
mittee of the council. the time when no fly shall buzz by ordinance by that home loving and if not all, will inaugurate, it which fluttered the radiant colors out when he proposed a prayer; for the I
The city has long needed an official day and no mosquito may sjng the loyal city. The ordinance passed as soon as their city councils meet. in harp relief to the blue sky while boys on the shell-torn battle fields; a:

physician whose duty it would be siren's, song by night, nor any other reads as follows: Eighteen city councils now have ordinances the people raised their voices in the prayer for the mothers of' the boys ';-.
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to safeguard the public health and in pest or preventable disease menace Ordinance No. O-40-Bill No. 060. drawn to pass on. nation's anthem. It was wonderfully who must suffer worse than death in >i f

the appointment of Dr. Rivers this the Ihealth or' prosperity of fair Kis An Ordinance to Arouse a higher O. O, McCOLLUM, Pres. fitting that two khaki-clads! home onfurlough the agonies of, suspense; then said: )j
want will be splendidly filled. simmee., Soirit of Patriotism and Bring Following Jacksonville's spirit of should perform the service I (Continued on page 4) .>:j

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the Necessity of Seriously Consid- instituted the 'custom. Can we of

ering His Duty to His Country and Kissimmee, who have not yet falteredin

COMMITTEES WORKING HARD His Individual Responsibility in 'this hour struggle fail our' boy : KISSIMMEE LADIES GATHER'POTATOES '
This War for Freedom and Humanity In khaki at this time
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That Is Now,Raging; ThereforeBe Let us therefore honor our nation, ,

TO RAISE OSCEOLA'S QUOTA of if the Ordained City of by Jocksonvillo the City ,:Council our stand state silently, and, reverently then let us"to not the fail colors to- FOR RED CROSS

Section 1. That on and after Fri- in all reverence to our own,boysof f

day, April 26, 1918, designated as ,Company who B"-the khaki word clad home,he. ,
roes- are sending
J -'- Liberty Day, all national flags on city "Kissimmee have been true'to
people
; A thorough organization of the Committee No. 6-A. S. Nelson, buildings and grounds shall be slowly so --
will not fail them in "su-
working forces of the ,county was effected I chairman; W. II. Jones J. M. Willson, lowered! at six o'clock p. m., and us, we patriotism." a I Through the courtesy of L. E. ery and Lawrence Brown, pick and, -.

:. last week in order to lose no I Jr., Dr. W. B. Witherspoon. the whistle on the water works knownas preme The governor's proclamation calls Voorhees! a car of Osceola county potatoes Nelson Makinson. R. D. Thomas, Fred
: I The section-L. "Big Jim" shall be sounded at that and Maio. Woodard lored '
time once the drive was on and com- Narcoossee 'E. all patriotic citizens to will roll from Kissimmee to Lupfer ,.c .
)' mittjees were named to "carry on" the Voorhecs, chairman; S. J. Entrikin, time by blowing one long blast :followed this upon silent tribute to adopt' '. and Susie-Murphy, colored On Wednesday .'
: canvass in various points of the county F, W. Hill. by one short blast. Kissimmee ,Car our has country.official morrow) be sold for the benefit of the ladies remalneddaithfulto
.r' in a systematic campaign to raise Deer Park-Mr. Kempfer, chair: Sec. 2. All persons each day at six so her colors and no the ab- the,'local Red Cross'chapter.. Mr. their task and returned to Nar-
t the $6,000 allottel to Osceola. man. o'clock p. m., wHen the signals refer- flag unfurling* Voorhees has been a liberal subscriber coossee accompanied by' MearpJim:
of the become matter
S. L. Lupfer was named county Kenans ville-Mr. Phillips chair red to above are given, shall for one sence flaghas a and* to'the chapter here, donating $200 at Johnston and Edgar Katz. "
of comment street
I' chairman for the second drive. man; Commissioner Guy. minute, wherever they may be in the travelers upon our from, other various 'times and also'to the Na.r-I On Tuesday' afternoon the'wo'\ther
I Executive committee-Mayor Car Lokosee--C. G. Miller, chairman; city limits, stand still end silent. All among our coossee auxiliary. Last week he offered man ordered a shower: but even this

del, D. G. Wagner, Dr. W. B. Wither- C. E. Edris. / street car, automibiles, trucks and towns.In view of this jthe KissimmeeWoman's. the entire product of his four- downfall failed to discourage., this
and D. G. Wagner. vehicles of all kinds and character fact acre potato field to the Kissimmee organization band of truly patrlotic-orker.: ,and
t" spoon' Committee No. 1--C.Aw.. Canon, Shingle Creek;"" A., R. Dennis chair; whatsoever shall also at*the time and .Club, a* a patriotic organ!* ,' the only provision being as >a 'result. of-their perseverance, '.*...
man; Geo. C. Bronson. for the nation, has again been called upon' to that the chapter have them marketed. solid carload of '. stand '
f chairman; C. W Griffin, P. C. Clifford period aforesaid stop and remain "spuds :ready
J, Wade-Tucker, M. J'atz. C: W. Campbell Station-I. M. Lanier, still. All male persons at this bring 'pressure upon .the officials in Tuesday was appointed as digging for shipment. '
r Ward. Chairman, J. K. Singletary time shall remove their hats and keep charge of the starry, emblem and be- day and a call was sent opt\ for volunteer Mr. Voorhees whose liberhty made y

\\J.., Committee No. 2-r-Prof.. R. M. Ev: St. Cloud asked to be made a separate them removed during the period cause our I citizens and our I children workers but the response was so this possible was not only a fellow

i ans, chairman; Dr T. M. Rivers, J. ., district and the request was aforesaid. should be taught reverence for our small that a number of Kissimmee worker throughout the two days but'
its
(t McPhatter, C. E. Yowell,. J. L. Over- granted with an allotment of $1500. Sec. 3. Any person willfully'' violating government and official buildings, ladies came to the rescue and laboredin was also a lavish heat supplying
street Milton Pledger. Eadh evening this week the local the 'provisions of this ordinance the following resolutions have been the field until the last box of the party, with a bountiful dinner including -

"j Committe No. 3-Carson Farmer, committees have assembled to' reportthe upon conviction thereof,shallbe endorsed. carload was gathered. 'The party all the delicacies 'of the Mason s
Whereas the of Jacksonvillehas
chairman; E. G. Vans Agnew. A. S. success of'their canvass and markup reprimanded by the Judge of the city leaving Tuesday morning included even to delicious ice cream mad from
,,l 4't eed, Otis Stevens the big thermometer in the win- Municipal Court Provided, however, Set the example by enacting intoa Mrs M..Katz, Mrs. Edgar Katz, Miss real cream. ,' '"
( ; Committee No. 4-S., L.'.' Lupfer, dow of the Osceola Hardware Com- no person shall be arrested and sent law an ordinance whereby our citizens . Mildred Turville, Mrs. II. C. Stanford, The car will be shipped trough' the i
l chairman; J. Earle Lupfer Edgar pany's store, which is headquartersfor in the patrol wagon to the police station may pay reverence to the nation.- Misses Margaret and Mattle Stan Kissimmee Citrus Exchange and will i

Katz, Lawrence ;,Tress. the workers. on a charge of violating this or al, flag, and.Whereas ford, Katherine Tiller, Joe and Patsy' likely.be consigned to New York City
dinance, but shall only be notified to our public building has no Makinson, Evelyn Elam, Messrs C. where it will bo,sold as Osceola coun 1
appear; and provided further, that no such flag floating, therefore,, be it W. Blount, J. M. McGuire, Hampton ty's Red Cross potatoes. _It Is hopedthe

person shall be convicted except on Resolved that the Kissimmee Woman's Bass, Dan Whidden, O. H. Bodemer/ returns will be worthy (of>> the
: Club urgently beseech, for the Robert. Dick and Pete it h
SANITARY ORDINANCE IS the corroborative testimony of at Hartnett'rEm. cause represents. I
least three witnesses. good name of our fair city that'theStars j i
and Stripes shall be -
Passed April 23 1918.
.on the flagstaff of the postoffice daily

PASSED BY CITY 'COUNCIL Approved April CHAS.24 T., 1918.PAXTON, and that people until shall an anticipate Ordinance\ its be passedour enactment : OSCEOLACOUNTYMAKIN : :/ .

Attest
: Acting Mayor and shall spend one minute' in .

G. D. ACKERLY Recorder. consecration to our, beloved country

1 (Seal) at six o'clock each evening, while theftaR'

The honorable City Council wrestled (Published in the Florida Times- is being lowered. PROGRESS IN R. C' 1

with a rnultillicity of knotty I feel that with prot>cr diligence and Union April 25, 1918.) Resolved, further that a copy of DRIVE
these minutes be handed to the
at the called meeting Wednesday continued effort on your part vagrancy pressfor
problems ,
The following cities: Live Oak St.. publication. i 11
night and discussed till a late can obe reduced to a minimum; and r... ,
Augustine, Stark West Orlando Kissimmee Woman's Club. ----' M '
Key ,
hour the interests of the people whom with this idea in view I am inclosinga : f|
they represent. poster I would urge vou to post Tallahassee, Fernandina and JacksonICANNING Signed May 20, 1918.. Kissimmee opened the second drive front lines fight' so must every one a

r and distribute thoroughly, warningidle for Cross witha tt home on some phase of the *
; As a result of this consideration an wwwwww Red( Sunday evening I carry "
ordinance was passed requiring that and loafing people that they mass meeting at the Casino which conflict 4 frX{ i HT
must to work! to war! or to Senator Carleton 1 is a wonderful
J privies be installed throughout go go go <
sanitary the city where the sewer system jail! Also a card.which is being used ( CLUBS FOR HOUSEWIVES the showed heart's her 'people to be patriotic to Beaker. The eloquence and''power: of e
core. The churches of the '
does not extend.: These must con- effectively in many states and municipalities his address must have made a.deep s. [
which I feel could be ,worked city adjourned theicjneetings to end\ the listener land
form to the requirements of the state able impression on was H
the ministers to take part in the
in labor centers. No to the { mpaignvhlch
satisfactorily fitting beginning
law and will likely be septic tanks. '
working man should, and no loafer services and the congregations to will without doubt be m sue-
These must be installed by the owners -
BEING ORGANIZED swell the audience which packed the
not renters. need object to carrying these cards. cessful one. A quartet composed of r
> the campaign to bring "Please understand that your governor theater. /lessrs Smith Herald Herzberg.'Carson
Regarding
relief from mosquitoes, Marshal Ov- is ready at all times to co-op- ... ... I The high school orchestra openedthe Farmer and W. H. Jones added
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erstreet that he had used erate with you in the proper enforce- program with several selections o the program and "America" 'sung
30 gallons reported of oil in ditches, etc., ment of the law. Yours very truly, At the close of this season every before the season is over. Each concluding with "The Star Spangled by the entire audience concluded the
some
and Supt. Joiner stated that he had "SIDNEY J. CATTS, Governor." home pantry in Florida should be well housewife is Urged to make the num- Banner" in which the audience joined. :neetlng. It'i }

i: sprayed about 20 gallons. -<.! '.. to the. Rd Cr.._ filled With home canned products. It ber consumed by her own household Ex-Senator C. A. Carson presidedover Senator Carleton i t. chairman of the
the minimum number that she_pledg: the occasion and stated that Dr.
Committee of Hillsboro
Considerable attention was given tot MISS ANNE BRYAN CARSON is necessary; it is possible it is pa- es. W. B. Witherspoon would introducethe Speaker
other ordinances, regulatIng county and came .to Kissimmee,as a .
proposed
.' the sale of milk, the requiring of HOME FOR FEW DAYS triotic; in most instances it is econom- Canning classes for housewives, first- speaker as the committee special courtesy to"S. L. Lupfer, coun
resident to provide a sanitary ical. Since the Government comman- where instructions and demonstra- had not,thought him capable of doingso ty chairman of the Red Cross drive,
every Miss Anne Bryan Carson,daughterof deered 35 cent of the output and the audience smiled when this ,"
factory ,
garbage can, etc., but the members' per tions in canning in glass and tin by who is his personal friend. t; I
Ex-Senator and Mrs. C. A. Carson, of tomatoes, 25 per cent of all hot water and under steam pressure speaker proved to be the senator's meetingwas
of the council were not unanimous on Thursday night n. mass ;
these questions and a decision was deferred who is Finance and Publicity Secretary other factory outputs; a call for a are being held. Wherever the wom- daughter. Miss Anne who has filleda held at the Casino theater to
until the regular,June meeting. of the South Atlantic Field of larger army would create a demandfor en of a community desires such help responsible position with the Y. W. crystalize the enthusiasm into' definite -
; A resolution to require property the Y. M. C. A., came home on a few an increased food supply. Let they may get it from the county C. A. doing national service for the donations. Hon. C. A.' Carsorl
\ days vacation Friday, to visit relatives housewives from the it six months and who is
owners,to repair side-walks was passed Florida ; abu.nd- home demonstration agent. A card, now presided, introducing Rev. R."N.'.Mer.
r. at the meeting Friday. This refers and friends. Miss Carsonhas' ant vegetable crop of this season fill a letter, or a phone call will put you home for a few days. Miss Carsonwas rill, pastor of the famous WUt .Tem, ,
been making her headquarters at the home pantry and thus release in touch with her. listened to with intense interest .
to sections of walks on Broad-i pie of Miami, who addressed the a i
Richmond, Va., though she has con thousands of for such as' she brought a of the
cans products message
!
while .walt-
way, Main, Brack and Ohurch streets. (Signed) ALBINA SMITH dience for a few minutes .
ducted campaigns AUanta, Ga., as are annually brought to our state great war'movements going on, relating
!
These are said to have been in bad repair ing for the *rain to Lakeland where
,4 New Port News, Va., and Columbia, from other sections of the country, County Home Demonstration Agent, some of the incidents which have '
for time and in he had : ment:
cases
some some an IIppon
S. C. Her work took her to Osceola County. under her observation. She
recently and that are now needed to help win come
The a real ordinances menace to safety of the people.else- Washington, D. C., where she was the the war. If any; housewife is so situ- -GlTe. to the. Red Cro._ made a strong plea for co-operation, Private Watson of the 3rd Battalion b
published
'vft; where' in this issue are guest of Congressman Drane and ated that it is not practical, let her I PROGRAM FOR MAY 30 speaking especially to women and her of the 1st Canadian' Dlvwlon..whO'has
been invall 9d after long service -
family. She personally met Mrs. get in touch with your county home that they support <<< ur boys in a
-iilve to the. Red Cro.o.---' Early service at the Prenbyiorian heir In France and who is now peaking .
Wilson and other ladies prominent in demonstration: agtnt, and throughher supremo effort to make the
,1< GO TOt church led by Rev. W. II. Coleman on world safe for have in the Red Cross drive."was the
'MUST GO TO WORK. diplomatic circles, and when going to make arrangement with a can- The bell democracy must y
r a reception she rode with Mrs. LanaIng from Our Need of Humiliation. aohed the heart of every woman in next speaker. Private Watoon made
WAR' OR,GO TO JAIL"-CATTS ning club girl to fill the pantry will be at 5:30 and the service his hearer na
in the President's car the garden.Let rung the audience. Miss Carson was rear- a deep impression on
d, issued Miss Carson visited Tampa Mondayand us live at home. Not only will begins at 6 o'clock.At ed in Kissimmee and it'' i a matter of ,be ,related his experience fat trench
Governor Catta has the folk
f' after returning here for another this release food heeded elsewhere, 10 o'clock rt the Christian pride\as well as' pleasure to the peo- and camp and on the battle field. ,
I {I lowing letter to the sheriffs of the day in !her home town, left for Athens but it will release cars that are need- church the service will be led by Rev. ple here to hear this fine. address. Dr. R. Thor Weaver. the: offficiatspeaker
state in which be the strictest iea of
r urges Taw all Ga., to continue her services for ed to transport these supplies to the O. B. Falls on Prayer for the Baptism Senator Doyle Carleton of Tampa, for tho Southern Div
of' the .
enforcement against of the Spirit on all Church Peoplo.At the of the the Red Cross with headquarters.at
.;: w the organization' represents.t camps for the soldiers in training and principal speaker evening,
vagrants: .... 3:30: o'clock at tho ,Methodist introduced Mr.' Carson with Dade City, talked for a few.-taiiiute,
Sheriffs of Although t* th* Red C. I to the ports for shipment abroad.If was by. a
j"To the Florida: of his time to the ,'
% .I'have previously ,urged you 66886468686666666666668866- . - . . . . . . . - . . any one needs instruction in tan- church the service T :111 be led bv Dr. few appropriate words. but devoted subscrintion most Jte t i Red
I it 3 to enforce the vagrancy laws of ,the, 0 4 ning, call on your county home de- W. B. Witherspoon on Prayer for the His address which followed might Cross.call for' "The greatest mother la the> y
.'' -' tate, I am constantreceiving! complain To insure publication all com- monstration agent. She is in your Army and Navy and 'Victory. almost be called a sermon and for its world" Chairman Carson tailed on "
i! > that'there i* much loafing and Mionicatlons and notices of meets county to help these who need her At 8 o'clock at the Baptist churc text "There is now no longer any the au.e. es for '
; workers to canvass::
{ idleness within our borders. I realize lap must reach this office before 0 service. In many of the counties four the service will be led by Dr. J. D. .. doubt that this i I. our war, and ubecri- tlon and: the! girl of the Patriotlc -* i
! U1 Thursday. state numbers of women are Sibert on Prayer for Preparedness round this nucleus he wove a fabricof ..<.
1 : j that it .U hard.to impress upon this noon I Leigue sang: ''ttw i>Uv'son*
after fact that left conclusion other
I etas of people the dire necessity of 4at pledging themselves to fill a certain for the re-con:trtctlon period no Continued On Page, t 1
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men accustomed to large alTalra who are In almoet stores and smooth running transportation facilities ,'
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BIG CUT IN PRICES f


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I For, the Next 8 Days I Will Make a Big Cut' On All My' Summer GoodsMen's .


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Cool Cloth l Suits, $9.50 values,, cut to $8.50Men's Ladies' and Misses' Middie Blouses, $125 WHITE I SHOES ALL 'ON CUT PRICESLadies' I f


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V. B. D. Undersuits .90 ,
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Ladies' and Misses' Silk Dresses, $10 values, 9.00 Men's Overalls, worth, $2.00 wholesale, ,now 1.75 $7.50 values, cut to 6.50 :,



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Nearly Every Disease Can SWABEY OUTLINES AIMS OF The only way to be? safe .


proverb says that the only way,to be safe is never
Be Traced to Constipation' COMMITTEE OF PUBLIC SAFETY THE secure. But that proverb was made before the

Two Hartfords began to offer their complete insurance

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]I. E. Swabey hands the Gazette with. Why bear the ignominious Insurance
If have fire have
the following communication for publication name of Sleepy Hollow when Dame you policy,you wisely guarded
DR. CALDWELL'S which he says outlines some I Nature has given us the :right to be against one source of loss, but there are many others which : ,

of the improvements which the Com- styled Pleasant Valleys might cause you as'much: loss as a fire. The I
mittee of Public Safety hope to secure If it be a fact, as our city orators .
.. SYRUP PEPSIN : ,have frequently remarked from, the ServiceHARTFORD
Members of tre Committee of.Public band-stand, our tourist trade is our INSURANCE
Safety, and by the nonprogressiveelement best i investment, why in the name of
)- The Perfect Laxative of our city styled dreamers, common sense do we not put our OP THE '
followers of illusions, visionaries, etc., city in a condition to attract and !
. impracticable idealists. We hope time hold them when they visit us T ThatIs 'j , I
f will refute these falsa impressions. one of the objects of the C.P.S.K.' ,
Quickly Corrects any Disorder of the Certainly there ii is no harm in harboring Their ,first object is to help put our affords protection against every
a hobby and if said hobby is for city in a thoroughly sanitary condi- ;
, k .. Intestinal} Tract, Relieves the Conges- the ultimate betterment in the way tion, for the safeguarding of our citi- possible contingency. We t
of public health and wealth of our zens in general, from which' moss- would like an opportunity to I '
Normal Condi
: gestion and Restores : city we trust our vagaries will betolerated backs as well as progressives will de- explain it to .', p
and until we prove their intrinsic rive the benefit. We are bound "over .you.
tions. Is Gentle in Action, Does I worth. What the C.P.S.K. wishesto the top" despite sewer gas and other )
Sold see accomplished is the public various stenches for which we are. not D. G.iWAGNER, ,<::1la..aac..BoDcIa
Not Gripe. by Druggists Every- dump on our lake front abolidhed into responsible.Those w ,

tvhere50'cents and $1.00. to; the present dump covered over who are for .health, increased
,:. i with sand or clay and then quick- property values and clean living are Citizen Bank BId,. Kwimmee
growing trees planted, such as wil 'asked to fall in line.. Ia
lows; all old hulks! of boats burnedor Dr. A. C. Hamblin, who is a mem- a
1, ;; A trial bottle can be obtained, free of otherwise dcrtroyed: a small floating ber of the State Board of Healtl', has .:
Dr. W. B. Caldwell, dock built with a warehouse authorized the Committee of Public ,
charge, by writing to
; I I I Illinois. thereon; present) dock end floating Safety of Kissimmee to publish the Sapolio doing its work. Scouring
( \Vashington St., Monticello, dock placed in charge of a competent following requests .he has asked of
; keeper,' who! will) have superintend-- our City Council: for US.Marine Corps recruits.
\' all boats furnish' boats and I with > .r
I ence of !, 1. To: sweeten by covering ..
,' bait to those wishing to use boats for sand 'or clay the present city dumpon
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\ ---- --- -- -' the pleasure of boat riding or fish our lake front, and establish a Join Now I Men"iiitsl
: ; BOYS REACHING AGE OF 21 WEEKLY REPORT: OP SALES 'ing. The dock-keeper to be responsible city dump outside our city limits. ?
( ; I I for all small boat equipment, 2. Repair the broken sewers--one : t tl1i
STAMPSG.
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,. I, MUST REGISTER JUNE 5 and have the exclusive right to cell carrying the overflow from our sep- APPLY AT ANY ..bI_ I INleaseoew.
and oils which tic tank' the foot of Orlando I '
Persons'_. 16 gasoline lubricating at ave-
i; A registration day will be held on '1 Osceola W. Hardware Co. ._........ 48 may be sold on the dock. The. city to nue, the other south of the pi ssenger ., POST OFFI E ; i;
11 June 5 in compliance with the recent- H. C. Stanford 12 erect a 'swimming tank of ncrcte depot, just across the A. C. L. R. R. w for ""ts
I" Store ... _.. ., 2 some 60x20 feet depth of water vary. 3. Clean out surface water ditchesin
11 .. ly enacted law, when till men Story - -
%.. young: : Sanderson Jewelry Co. 34 ing from 2 ft. to 8 ft., dressing rooms! city limits of weeds, so the sun can SERVICE UNDER THIS EMBLEMWRKhiTJS
j ,j p who have attained the age of 21 years Central Drug Store .....-.-_....-.- 5 built on staging each side of tank.' help' purify them; also oil them con- I IJ
;! since the registration day last June ; Lawrence Tress _..-_.._-.-.._-- 16 Also odorless, sanitary coi tmodes installed stantly, more particularly vhen thereis
shall register and be governed by I H. M .Katz _' 20 ; water for tank to be furnished -: still water.
_... by the city; also steam for cleans 4. Boil the buckets when night soil
1 " rues similar to those employed at W. B. Makinson Co.----, : 16 .
:j : .' ," ," '"'. ;: ing bathing clothes. These two improvements is emptied. Do net wash buckets in
time, :
"I I"i' \".;)that ,< A< :: -. Wenner-Sawyer- 'g."wfsr,7.) :,; '
I, alone would be an 'assetto I Lake or stream water.
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local has School 262
t 1 i\1 The exemption board ret; ,For Public
', our city I by' attracting and holding 5. Install sanitary toilers! in place. '
calved instructions' that}the registrar jtFor Presbyterian!church pliM&U;;\ 9
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tionmustbeiheldlinithe] office]of{the liiWeshould] ,'speed"up lour work and tourists,!and also holding our home of, insanitary. buckets., 'J,,,1'i'ih. j., I $
tank w'1
within takoicareof
people it ourV gates when(they 6. Erect septic \
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board and must be presided over by hasten the job)of M icking the kaiserS '
wiSh to enjoy a comfortable: cleanly drain from ice and packinghouse;
a member of the board., The blanks. W. 'Witherspoon, Chm.
swim. Naturally these impro rmcnts also drain from city jail.
or cards have not reached here yet. COh.fu bar Hetl 1 ro* '
e : but would 7. Either connect toilet of F;. L. & :
, Various 'estimates have been made, Engraved Calling, Cards ,and Wed would cost money pay
large interest on the outlay. W. plant with septic tank or install.
;.J as to how many men will register in ding 'Invitations, Engraved and Em- e
If remark we cannot afford the .odorless closet.
we
,t number Osceola at county fifty, while some others placing are the of bossed Stationery can be secured at outlay, look around and see what has Trim up palmetto trees as they ;, $1
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f e the opinion there will be twice that:I the. Gazette office., Let us- show you been done in our city without our tax are a harbor for mosquitoes. '
i I' our samples and prices. tf payers receiving any recompense 9. Rigidly enforce screening law.
,1 J many. for the outlay. Permanent improvements By at once complying ,with these.
are always paying invost-I reasonable sanitary laws and safe- ,r
' ments. A swimming tank I guards of health our committee trusts ; la i o7Vhz
'J good interest on the money invested : Mir city will be placed in a positionto
from the town if it is erected, anda pass inspection by the State Board L.4ctj1
The Lakeffouse dock with pleasant attractions is I ,.f Health or the U. S. Army author"ties. !-. $ "
! a permanent city asset. Why sleepon 1 '
our prerogatives which Dame Na-j I (Signed) COMMITTEE OF PUBI I A ,r
ture has so. bountifully endowed us LIC SAFETY. OF KISSIMMEE.ST. .
.To BeT .

BE KIND TO DUMB ANIMALS: :! LOUIS LIVE STOCK MARKET
, SOLD AT AUCTION!
ERADICATE CATTLE TICKSA SPECIAL REPORT
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I On June the 8th I will offer for may few have stray escaped cats mistreatment and mongrel,dogs dur- National Stock May Yards 14,, 2918.111., 1 r

ing the observance of "Be Kind to -
sale at public auction the Hotel, Dumb Animals Week," but hundredsof TODAY'S 'RECEIPTS: Cattle 3500, Helps
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i ( thousands of Florida tick infested hogs 13,5); sheep, 100.

I corner Bryan street and Orlando from cattle their did not owners.pet any consideration / CATTLE: As a result of weak- teeth.

Anyone who has watched the poor 'i ness in the steer trade today com- breath.
t avenue, known as the Lake House. tlick infested cattle suffer from irri- pared with yesterday the current
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tattion caused the ticks' boring market compared with the corresponding appetite.
by
t ) The Hotel has 22 rooms, and is located holes in their hides to suck their life | different.day a Stockers week ago and is little feeders if digestion.
blood, must realize that eradication :any
of the ticks is a worth while humaneact slow sellers the past two days with
lot about 150 ft. ,
on a square. even if it did not pay largo profits current prices fully 25c lower than a
week Butcher cattle, canners
to the owners from improved con- ago.
ditions of the animals.A and mixed stuff show a general price ".neae..
This will be ; "
positively "Give It to
property with
prominent dairyman of Jackson- reduction of 50c compared a me.
ville made the statement, time week ago today. I I
sold, without reservation, to the high- ago that every cattle owner Dome who does QUOTATIONS: Strictly fancy ,!I please.I Grand-
not believe in tick eradication shouldbe heavy steers $16 to $17.25; others $10 daddy."
est bidder either for ,cash or will treated to a large infestation of to $15.75; stockers and feeders $9 to (i
. red bugs in the middle of his back, $11; beef cows $8.75 to $10.50; can-
and the comparison of .suffering: is ners and gutters 7.25 to $K50; yearlings uH
i makeuterms. not overdrawn. $8 to $10; heretics $9 to $11; | "Why Bobby. If aP pf l
Commenting upon the recent elec- veals $10 to $13; bulls $8.! O0 $10.50. '
I HOGS Market opened slow but ;: you wait a bit for
For further information, tee tion in Palm Ber.ch county, when : '
compulsory dipping of cattl.t was carried generally steady with yesterday's average -
; J. McPHATTER by a '/otef 278 to 11, the Ocala 160 to 210lb. hogs selling! from It you'll have It
. Banner printed this editorial: "Tho $17.65; to $17.80; 220 to 2(50( Ibs. $17.30 to enJoy longer! V .
Or write A. L. GRIFFIN Ocoee FI.. 22 cows will rise up and call the votersof to $17.00; extreme heavies $17 to
owner,, 4tpdCOOOTOTHE that county blessed." $17.25; pigs $10 to $17.50; roughs I / eH 4%N ptM
Make, the observance of kindness to $16. Trade however, closed 10 to 15 +
dumb animals f. part of the' ctivities cents lower than the above prices "Poo-pool That'sno
TOLD FALSE TEETH WANTED every week until the cattle fever ticks with late top around $17.60 compared
LAST DROP DON'T MATTER IF BROKENWe are entirely eradicated from this with $17.75 a .week ago today. Light I argument with
glorious state, thereby stoppi g the hogs still continue to bring top prices
pay up to 15 dollars per set. Also .suffering that our dumb animals are and it is apparent that many good WRIGLEYS'cause
MflXWELLHOUSE cash for .Old- Gold, Silver and broken enduring whilo trying to produce weight hogs will be left unsold.j ,
Jewelry. Check sent by return mail. meat and milk :for our sustenance. Southern grades, regardless of condition '
Good held.of our 10 day.on>r. for Maier's.ndar'a Tooth approval (Signed) W. A. M'RAE, are still being discriminated the flavor! '

Specialty, Dept. A. Ion & 6th St. Philadelphia Commissioner of Agriculture, against. anyway **
.. Pa. President State Live Stock. SHEEP: Market breaking and averages tuh
-Give t. tae Red Cre_ Sanitary Board. 25 to 60c lower than; a week
Chamberlain'. Tablets. ago with wool lambs at $18.50 to
COFFEE < People everywhere speak well ofChamberlain's 'Tbs Qidnte,That DM Not Affect till iliad $20.25; clipped lambs $14.75 clipped -I '
Tablets. If you are .........of It.tome and laxative effect.LAXAoTIVK I wool sheep $14.75 to $15.25; After every ,meal
troubled with Indigestion or constipation aaOMOOUILIIN81.Letterth..ordinary sheep $12.75 to $13.75; canners and
Ottlnlne .nd doeS not cao. enroasne.* Bar choppers $6.75 to $11.75. Goat and .
ASK YOUR. GROCER give them a trial. You are certain Anrlnc ke.4. Kemenber the lull urn and w .
? to be benefited by them. look tot u.. aicaatura el 8. W.GBOV& JOc. ;kids $9.50 to $14.50.

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t',t i'\ Every one of the Boy Scouts now in efforts. Firstfor; the relief of our i lit to their country for a certain period ''j AN OATH. Classified Advertisements

a KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE town working at some paying employment boys and' the fighters of the Allies; .' or'time and are receiving interest II will not drink from a German cup, '

4.1 That record is good themaintenance of great hospitals for the use of the loan. These bonds I I I Or eat from a German plate;

'. ..........* Kvrrr Friday.KlaalBMie enough. and unfailing stores of surgical sup- are supported by the promise of everyman I I will not deal with a German, man KOHTY, ACRES: suitable,for an oranff*
, plies, skilled nurses, provision of' ambulances woman and child, industry and All foul with German hate. ".. or truck, garden Fifteen acres.
, 1 aF Valley G...... C...P..F ri.-iu-cd hl ch. One and I!
* The German army hesitates before establishment of rest and business In this country. Could therebe : lays one ,,,
u" ) 1 KI."__.*. Flrlaa entering the death trap prepared for convalescent homes and furnishing any stronger assurance of; safety I'll use no drug with a German name, nellrlClana half mile.Franklin from Davenport 181 Sth Ave?Mrs'N... ,J

W. B. Hardy Pre. .l*>. it by the allies,.and! well it might. of sweaters and comforts. They in- than this? That'grows on German land. Nsahvllle; Ttnn. U-JtpQ.
I . elude operation of canteens for I Sb then in financing for democracy food and drink no drink
10. U. >... A....., Secretary sup- our war I'll eat no
: . Famine stalks abroad In Germany plying food', bathing and sleeping facilities let it be understood that the If made by a German hand. FOR SALE CHEAP-I Intend to sell
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tr a of bungalows right ,
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and become a to in last dollar of fortune and of
so report says may troops transit-way stations every Interested In a real bar. ,
i '"4 S."pll.. RateaiOB strong aid, to the allies. as it were of the Red Cross 'every income, small or large, earned I I will not use a German tool- If gain you writ are to me about them or cast ,t

.I ''t 1 Copy One Year...___.__.-...,$l.00 mothering influence which surrounds for j unearned, saving only enough for ltazor or knife or saw to see me. The Currle residence lr ''f;;
''I One COPY. Six" Month--_..._.-._- 1.00On The war ai yet has not tested our every American boy from the time he j i a meager living, must be given if I will not trade with a German shop located on Verona St., has two tot. ':
\ :r I COPY. Three Months...______* .7* national strength-it has only testedour leaves home until he returns, or I I necessary to sustain our men at the | That Jives .by a German 'law.l a nice, good nix-room, garage cottage nice lawn large, excel.workshop .\!,<<"I

... f. national spirit. soothe his pain and record his last front while their lives are in the balance i lent flowing well Price right. Th. .
except' from ourauthorized German ship,
All communication o : will not sail on'' a ,
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i correspondents must be bravo message. To the wounded it our country's cause. 4ted'liungal.w corner and
t lined by the writer.fe2.cled WHAT THE RED CROSS S endeavors to supply the closest substitute Is any sacrifice too great for us ? I INo Where German songs are sung clean Bermuda new never ol"eupt..d.rood 'if.
God's best materials. ,
matter will not be returned 1 but with II will not breathe where size lot built df Any
for the ministratioi.s of real the high resolve of | '
.DI_. called for.Ent.red DOIG FOR OUR SOLDIERSAmbassador j'" air one.lnte'.IIt..d In either of there i ipropertlra
wives President Wilson "To such I
mothers and sisters. a task with real Intention buy i iran
- r ( In the Post of flee at Klaslm by cable throughthe "Wars nay be lost behind the frontas we can dedicate our lives and our for- I' Is soiled by a German tongue. buy them low below.their value, "'1
__ Florida, a. second-class matter.) Page, has transmit well as in the trenches; the Am- tunes everything that we are and ] those awful deeds and arrange any reaaonable terms 'j,
Secretary or State I'll not forget Chun I'. How, 21 Bo. Orange Ave., .
ted the following' letter in which Col.M. .' erican Red Cross therefore, regardsit everything that we have, with the 1'I To girls and' little boys] Orlando. ,VIa. 8.t'''
I '
'I of those who know __ I .
chief medical as an essential victory activity thatno t pride that the day Christmas trees "
surgeon I'll
E Ireland No hang on
more
... for rent Apply to MTiller. ,
United States Army describes American soldier shall have need has come when America is privileged. Those bloodstained German toys.. JlWPI.t.JNOS: '
,
corps to about the condition of his to spend her blood and her might for .
worry
i' ,und praises a service by the AmericanRed i I
t. : Cross to the expeditionary! forces: family. Worried about those left. behind the principles that gave her birth and I will not take a German's. word-' I 'oll -8AI..K-Seeond-hnnd' Ford earn
f; :' his morale is sure to suffer; as. happiness and peace which she has I He'll\ break it if he co'n. HI tlracllv prl""". Osceola Motor I

''Iii American Expeditionary }Forces sured through the Red Cross channels treasured." There is no love in a German 'heart Co. Ml) lirnadway.liA1l.Ity ,j j'l
\ 10 1918. that his dependents will bo safeguarded Shall we not'at,least lend our monI Or faith in a Gorman man. 0
May
'
i H., Perkins 'Q. M. R. C., that his children will have every 'fey ? Shall we, not buy these Liberty. I i i4 AUTO i 8I3KVICB, 1 Klunlmmcs and 7:39 y
y.i Major James 'Bonds 'I This is oath. When war is done to Kt. loud, 10 a, m p. m. :
chance the American soldier will be my .
American lied Commissionerfor m Mt.. Cloud to Klaalmmee 8 a. m.. ,
Cross !- -(.IT. to the fled Cro._ I'll it-true;; p.
f 3I yh irresistible' battle. swear to keep 12 m. and 6SO p. m. Central Dru/r
oq 'Europe.- 'The American Red Cross also Is WILL THIS BE AN AVIATION I And since I know you feel the same moreKlunlmmco, Phone' 41; Marine'
't' My Dear Mr. Perkins: 81 Cloud Phone 61
I STA PRESSP carrying on a vast' work back of the I'll pass it on to you. Jruif Store ;
>'f "Before returning to France to assume SITE-PERHAPS SO Kenldt-nco Kt. Cloud phone 88. Curie
; the' duties of Chief Surgeon lines in France and Italy and other I-Kenneth Graham Duffield In Memphis for hire Bailey's transfer 16tfFAHMKRS

American Expeditionary Forces, I de- sections designed to maintain the James :M., Willson, jr., who owns a Commercial Appeal.
health and spirit of the civilian workers : -Send today for IL free aam-
iI. sire to express my appreciation of }large acreage adjoining the city limits -':h'. to the ned fro_' pie ropy of the Florida' Farmer and
and restore the stricken to civic
FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1918. the valuable aid the American Red on the east is demonstrating whrta Stockman publlnhed/ at Jacksonville.
Cross has rendered the army since we usefulness.. It is caring for "thousands little ingenuity can accomplish in SON OF MR.. AND MRS. Tells about livestock ralalnir. dairy.

: came to Europe. It is impossible to of refugees, helping in a great' taking advai sage of natural features.An R. E. SMITH DEAD Inir InR.;, twice poultry a month citrus at fruit 50o and peryear true k-

LETS: SEND HIM BACK enumerate all of these activities in a fight against tuberculosis, aiding to arm of Lake Tohopekaliga runs three year. for II.DO. Only livestock
been save the new born babies of our heroic -' and general farming paper 'In the
letter but' several of them have up into Mr. Willson' tract and the
:' member of the last legisla : The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. .
As a allies, finding homes and work for ante Write today.
should ,
1 of such great value that they water in this basin keens the wat.ertable
,
Representative N. C was R. E. Smith died at their home on
ture. Bryan those made particular -
credit to the county, as well as one I be t mentioned. that brave of the land 1 11 inches i[ Main street Wednesday after a brief I or
: a "The American Red (Cross made seeing higher than need btnfalnth times of I iPlnc .
; of the leaders. While he is an I father lacks eortsceducaion playthings illness. The baby has frail during ". In.
trench fever
possible the investigation extremely heavy condition beat
the facultynot of, its short existence it passed in ; Insurance
1' orator, he possesses demonstrated the mode of i comfort No( would :
being able to, make himself perfectly which, for world fit endanger crops should the so suddenly that the father was ., 118 Mabbette St. Phone S4Z.
; in the Allied armed man fighting a to( trect be in cultivation.Mr. away
clear all questions and when her I I the (greatest wastage put unable to reach home from the east
1 on live in can be allowed to weaken in -----
Armies. The result of the investigation Willson\ conceived the idea :
not
talk. the other members listen. We body or pluck for lack-of aught that coast, where' Ihe ia employed "before FOIL !ALP or TRAPE-Overland auto,'
of Kissim- ': gives a scientific basis on which long ago of damming the lake -out funeral services fully w<|ulipiMl| . with modern. 1 Improvein.HIM -
\ do not say that the people American can buy or American the end came. The '
to combat this disease. In my opine money from his l land and then pumping the \UI" at' Mcekcr'B Onrnicp,
should vote for Mr. Bryan because .1 held Thursday afternoon at the .. teas than .
mee service! or intelligence can pro. were St i'Ln"1. lln run in
ion the assistance given in this: great wter Standing there over the dam andditchin2'
he lives !in Kissimmee but that vide." house conducted by Rev. W. II. Cole- Oat( mllea.. ti-lt
work alone the existence of the land to I _
justifies correspond with I. ----
the voters\ of all the county should the American Red Cross during the CiH. to Ib. lied the drain pipe in the embankment of '
man.The
: because he has been /ITES I ) bereaved have tb.e8yrr.pathy
vote for him parents
f first year of the war. MISS CAROLINE the county road. It all worked likea I' in vincinfr speaker and (his talk was listened -
their
He
r tried and has made good. was of the community
to with pleasure bv his audience .
The American Red Cross providedfor charm. When the bank in
was place
; chairman of the temperance committee and ESSAY AND WINS PRIZE : sorrow. I who heartily applauded the sentiments .
manual
and Mr. Willson \
dressing which
us splint I ._
of the last House and was largely -t.IT'T to the lied (>o
complicated he voiced.
,; ; ;; instrumental in passing the stringent made its distribution among the Am- During the drive for the Third !, was nothing more than a RAISING. OF HONOR FLAGS I Attorney Milton Pledger, county
forces -at early motor boat .
erican possible an I propellor reversed run by I
f '; laws which have nearly Liberty Loan a nation wide request!
prohibition
| '
for the 1
1 4 responded county
date. The American Red Cross has ''a gasoline engine. AT COURT HOUSE PROVES attorney
the business in made to the school
I put an end to liquor was high juniors
commissioners. Mr. tated 1
i ,} this state and which alone should besufficient ulso provided for us all of the splints to write essays on the subject of Liberty I''i it: was a surprise to spectators who PLEASING PATRIOTIC EVENT ,that he handicapped Pledger by the
In visited the was
called for by this manual. doing I I spot to see how rapidly
be
:. to re-elect him. In addition Bonds. These were to
It essays
t fI 1 i this the American Red Cross has i the water was pumped over the ban (Continued from Page One) !i sneakers before him saying/ everything -
I to this he voted right on all other sent to Washington where one would'be j %
that to l he said but he reverently -
from into the lake. A was
men'was
saved the medical | force of
//4 and the confidence and department selected the best and the writer ,
won as
questions "To these and their waiting the tribute
I boys acknowledged
which existed in to work
confusion the
the great i put digging ditch and
I
{ I r of his fellow members. 'of this would receive n
4I ,;I. the esteem and friendships With I the hospitals of our Allies by the bond. paper $601 I I when this is completed Mr. Willson I parent&'we offer the laurel as a mark paid to the county in the presentationof

k' I ' , ''1' ed he experience would be a stronger factor next multiplication of appliances for thetreatment In order to stimulate interest |i I has virtually raised his entire tract 1 I ,of our respect and the rose as a to- this honor flag Then he closed
which
ouotatiorf
his talk with
feet. In a
the
of fractures."The in
wo case water the
: :t time. Let's send him back.I' the pupils ,of the Osceola I our.
among .smiles to the faces of his
f American Red Cross has at,, lake should rise to a great height as I brought
t'' Hi O- County High School ex-Senator I Mayor J. S. Cadel received the flag hearers.
i an early date took steps to providefor Carson county chairman I it sometimes does. Mr. Willson has
C.
f Speaker Champ Clark in a recent the medical department of the I A. Liberty Loan offereda two. remedies at hand. He could place with an appropriate response representing lion. C. A. Carson, county chair-

I speech in Congress said it took arepresentative American Expeditionary Forces ,u for the of Third War Saving Stan, for I I a clapper over the end of the drain I 11 the city, saying that he appreciated man of the Third Liberty Loan madean
a
' 't term two to be- prize p the road address characteristic of the man, I
a or plant for the manufacture of oxygen. Kissimmee end pipe In embankment, which honor conferred
from the
come familiar with his duties.. We :.The supplying of this gas will be of the best essay I would open to let the water out from j I upon I stating truths in clear, convincing
f cannot afford just at this critical period inestimable value in our .hospitals for two copies were made by the eleventh school the land side and would be held shut ]I him. He spoke of the recent victory, 1)I. sentences and striking' at the very. I

r ;... ... to make changes just because I purposes. of anesthesia and in the grade and one sent other to a forwarded high to ,j th any force of water from the calling its labor of 'love, though he heart of the subject. lie brought
and the
:I some fellow wants a job. There are treatment of many of our distressingcases. in Tampa ) lake. In case the county commissioners 1 honored the spirit of loyalty and pa- home to his hearers the fact that this

f ; : many reasons why the people of this The use of' nitrous oxide gas Washington.At should not favor this method Mr. triotism which prompted this re- is our war without question unavoid- ;
t t district should send Joe Sears back. for anesthesia purposes at our evacuation -. :Tampa the, judges Miss pronounced Willson could keep the water pumped I sponse and made the victory of the able on our part. lie spoke of how I
written Carolyn
r lie knows the need of Florida and of hospitals and general hospitals ;' the paper of by and Mrs. W. I from off his land and should this drive possible. the spirit of the nation is being tried

J'' i 'j the nation. Mr. Ion L. Farris of I will unquestionably result in a Fripp. daughter Mr. end Miss I be necessary .he .could use a windmill Miss Elizabeth Aultman who represented out.and of the splendid response that

i ) i Jacksonville wants to go. Two yearsgo great saving of life and prevent Untold J. Fripp. tho awarded'prize winner the War Saving ,I in place of the gasoline engine to reduce the women's activities saidit was going up from all over the coun
+, he wanted to be governor; Mr. suffering. In" this way the Am- Carolyn' was commencement the cost of operating. was with no small pleasure and I; try. lie reminded the audience that
i 1"" Farris always wants something. Just I erican Red Cross has enabled the Stamp during the )j The i of special interest to pride that the women of the countyy I subscription to the bonds was not a

f now it would be better for Aim to medical department of our forces to exercises. received: from j the people here as the entire 600 viewed the finished work'of the drive gift but an investment of the best
I. work in "war and do Later word was felt had had small sort. Then he referred to the Red ..4 :
k a garden" something begin i work with life saving devices the acres of this splendid tract would and they no partin
r "d : I useful and show his patriotism: which are not supplied in abundanceto Washington reserved stating that sam then be available for cultivation: It bringing it about directly or in Cross drive in which the nation is engaged '
i ': instead of trying.to suspicion essay was there to represent She said it but a beginning for "the best under the
arouse the hospital. of our Allies. the final was' suggested too, that, Uncle Sam directly. was I cause
i't !} .. I; prejudice by daring to intimate "The American Red Cross has pro- these schools in later. Jud2'ing MissCarolyn's might look with favor on the spot if of what was to l'ome. an sun," and called on his hearers Ho "
l ft that Jo* Sean U not loyal.? .There vided 'and is administering convalescent which will take place at this it were in readniess when he sent his earnest of the support which wouldbe stand the test of., their patriotism;, '

1,' .?. ( :, can only be contempt for such methods homes for the officers and soldiers tribute friends the are merit gratified of her lit' officials here to look over this vicinity forthcoming a pledge that as longas by, answering, "} ;, t; :' among honest men of the American forces who are double to which the'Gazettetakesdpleasuroiinireproducingjselowj! for a landing station or for some othi i these things be, the'womenwould, pae ofloans; tJJfltThelaudienceliatened:)
.\"" i t'and'.' 3i' \ v .. ' ' ' nearly recovered- from dieablingdiag; -< erary production, er purpose. Whether: for government 'not ,fall ''to' .help >''carry on."!,,, ,H\\iS3 \ ( I with closest

a ,.P' Kisslmme boasts of the patrlotl.m.t eases where they can be sent and surrounded . .- =- J__ .rffWAA", **", purposes orfor the furthering of,agricultural \ Rev$JI&h-IJ\Ii Bowen* of* $.Cleud, attention(throughoutfl the K exercises!
.t' 1 : displayed- that interprising1 city by every' neceosary'comfort 'WtfWP.N. ':li yp.; '! industry here it I. certain representing the mayor of that' city and the frequent applause expressed

\J. I and cites tho case of the Boy Scouts during their convalescense."The . WIN THE WAR WITH LIBERTY Mr. Willson is rapidly placing the 'presented' the county honor flag. the' closest sympathy with the senti-

il : I I a troup of which has just been organized American ,Red Cr< ss has undertaken BONDS tract in a condition. to be independentof Rev. Bowen is a forceful and con- ments, expressed.

J ; Ii and whose first act was to pledge the maintenance and supervisory rainfall. - -
:' themselves to buy $100 of Thrift control of several of our im- The United States has suddenly 4ilT to the lied ("ro._
.\ I t. 1 I Stamps and War Savings Stamps before portant hospitals. been plunged into a mighty international APPEAL TO WOMEN'S CLUBS

b Jrnuary 1st, the boys immediatelv "The American Red Cross has pro- struggle that is being waged This week a nation wide movementto

t" getting to work cleaning lawns ort vided homes for the members of the between the two great powers of. the secure $100,000,000 for the American \ The Cut Price GroceryOffers

performing any other work available army nurse corps who are recovering world autocracy and democracy, a Red Cross is in process. There
i
in order to raise the money. One 'from illness and has also provided struggle to decide now which< shal", is only a few days left and what is

J hundred dollars may not be a very )laces for the recuperation of those in the future rule the destinies of done must be done at once. While a few specials this week. 'Your Or-
large 'sum, but it is no small undertaking who below ,
I nurses are par nhysiciaUy men.Shall the call comes to every individual the
i for a hand of boys with no :iue to long and continued work in we, as a nation allow the women of the nation must be intensely ders will be appreciated.
I ; particular means of raising it and ideals of to be obliterated
Ii our country
It )jur hospitals. I{ interested in this war work, and to ,
; I those Kissimmee boys ere entitled to The American Red Cross has by that greatest of all\ autocraciesiGermany I them is addressed this appeal from '

I I I much praise for their determination. found a great amount of tran8portutlon ? Shall we allow the ideals Mrs. Josiah Evans Cowels, presidentof

I' \ It is a work in which many others, for the medical department of and standards that our forefathers so the General Federation: of Wom- FOR SATURDAY Crisco, large:( can .___n__:_ \1.85 'I

f whether organized ns.scouts, or not ,the army which could not have been bravelv upheld, to be wiped out, ,almost .! en's Clubs: Black-eye Pens, Ib 00.:_____ .11 I Crisco, medium ._unn__ .90

\ i I' could undertake with great credit to obtained otherwise. By this act it instantly by that most cruel and I "We are asked to assist in '!ie American Lima Benns, Ib. ________u__ .15 Crisco small ..._ uu... .45

:I : themselves.-Ft. Myers.. Pres. has made possible certain activities barbarous nation Then we, in orderto Red Cross drive to raise One Good Prunes 2 Ibs. _u_f___ .25 Sweet Feed; 100 lh!\j. nnn 3.30 i

L j ; among the professional divisions of prevent this must at this crucial Hundred Million Dollars for war. Bsst Evap. Peaches 16c, 2 Ibs. .30 Sweet Feed 100 ltd. ________ 3.00

f T .: More than one of Florida's counties great importance to the sick and time stand firmly behind our government lief work. WE must, do so. Cheese ]Ib. ._nunun_--_ .30 Oats 100 Ibo ___ __ ___ __-?- 3.00
are agitating the question of division. wounded. The good'accomplished by and its policies.We "The -Red Cross must have re-I Corn 100 Ids--------------

( I I Editor Jones of the. Arcadia Daily the American Red Cross mentioned are fighting this war with money. It needs it because there U. S. Smoking, pkg. nn____ .05 Velvet Bean Meal --___-____ 2.60

'I I S t News is offering some mighty good above i ia but a small item compared ships munitions and food. Every a Nation in need of relief which has I Prince Albert, pkg. nnu__ .14 Alfi'.lfa Mer.1 ____._n______ 2.60

I advice to the people of DeSoto county with thereat( work done by it during household becomes, a part of the ser stood as "a buffer between the Eng Gecrge Washington 'pkg. ,? .Oi Cotton Seed. Hulls __--_-_._ ::60 .,
t which would be worth considering by the first year. The problems viceFor every man. woman andchild lish-speaking people and their arch Stag pkg. _uUn, _______. .05 Good White Bacon, lb. __ .25
j ', : all. lie says "Let's lay aside all this which must be met by the medical de- should have a share in the partnership I enemy-the Nation to whom we owea Velvet pkg. _______________ 11 Best Creamery Butter un lb. .60

il j' county division foolishness until the' partment in the coming months are of this democratic nation. blood debt-whose woi.ien have Tuxedo,. i>kg. _._____uuu__ .10 Minced Ham lb. -T- :nn n_ .28
4 is and in the take The American Red Cross "The world must be made fit for Camel Cigaicttes, pkg. .14
"I war over meantime enormous. given everything and whoso little ------ :3 lb. 7 oz. pkg. Rolled Oats. ..30
)' 'I i'i the sum of money that would be necessary 3: the, organization, orovided by law democracy, said the President. If; children have been EtnrveJ for over Renos pkg. ____._n_______ .06 Potted llam can _n_______ .05
' 4i\I j to meet the additional taxi to enable the people$ at home, to give we can not give our services at the three long years. All others, pkg. ___n- __ .05 Vienna Sausage can ___un .10

i'I assessments' case the county division aid and I ask for your earnest and front,, let us give our .services at "We need it for our soldiers and Pillsbury Flour, 24 Ibs. (with Corn Beef Hash can 13c, 2.25 ,

r 1 crazo should succeed and make cordial cooperation in the future." home and lend our dollars. 'when we our soldiers we mean substitute) nUnu____ 1.60 Beef Pork and Veal Loaf cr-n ,15

\ contributions to the Red Cross... Very sincerely yours Our unalterable intention ,is, to win not only American say men but our. Eng Rye Flour per lb. ___,___*_._.07Mi Household Ammonia bot.u_ .10 -

; : (Signed) W. M. IRELAND this war To bring about a situation lish, our Canadian and all our Allied Barley Flour, per lb. _,.--_. .08: Blueing bottle .."'u___ ____ .05
C 1 \, "Will somebody please tell us Colonel Medical Corps United States in which our !ideals and purposes shall brothers. 3 Ibs. Good Rice _nUn .25 Potash, large can ____u?____ .10
whether the road below Kissimmee is Army. prevail. To win the war involves the "We need it because we have a Fancy Head Rice. Ib. ------ .10 Cal. Peaches heavy syrup .25

I finally completed We haven't heard - ,I. a word about it in a month.Lec.f' .- EXPRESIDENT'TAFTS placing at the disposal of the national constructive and destructive. Rumford Baking Powder lb._ .25 Tomatoes No. 1 can lOc un, 3 to.25

) burg .Commercial. "No news is good government vast monetary resources' "We must build up what the Hun Best Salt Bacon, lb. -------- .32 Tomato Pulp, lOc 3 for _._. .25
a I, news," recollect. That road is completed VICTORY MESSAGE to meet the demand of more men, has torn down. Good White Bacon Ib,______. .25 Best Early June Pecs can __ .14

I ({I' with, the exception of a short II more ships more equipment for land "By caring for the children of Breakfast Bacon, lb. ___nU .45 Small cans __ _____ .09
,! stretch of a few 'miles where a road "Unconquered and unconqueraable sea and air, and more fo d productsfor France we increase the morale and Sliced lIam lb. ---___-->.___ .40 Maxwell House nnn Coffee, ccn __ .32
s! is maintained !in ve condition. -certain victorywe, < are all the allied world fightingfor Salmon can __ .15 White
per
I' :Xmolt fighting spirit in the trenches. The UuUn Houe' Coffee can .35
The 'missing link I. a thing of determined through the American democracy.: Just now, we at home better these men: fight the fewer of Salmon per can -.------___ .18 Senate best there is _____u__ .35
the past.if Red Cross to lessen the price may help our country by increasingour Salmon __ ___ .28
',I II our boys as well as other mothers'boys Argo uuu Arbuckles -____--_____--___ .24
every lighter and the people of efficiency no matter where we wil be sacrificed. Bull Head Catsup bot. 13c, 2 .25 Mince Meat, pkg. ____ _._,._ .10
1 1\1 j if I The teachers of Osceola county are the Allies have to pay for those may be or what we are doing and "We need it for the great canteens Eba Milk, can uuuuu .05 Best Peaches n .16
\ to receive increase in their of us yot safe on this side of the thrift Evaporated _--
and
a an wageso by practicing lending our whose service is so unremitting end Eagle Milk can _un..n___ .22 Best ] Ib. .33
r said the county board of public instruction Atlantic. dollars in Liberty Bonds.At ._ .15 Un
so necessary."We Mohawks can unUu Jar Rings doz. ____ ______ .04
This n
? at their May melting: victory message voiced by such a time all must stand firm- need it to help in thut great Carnation can ____________. .06 Best Red Rings doz________ .10
.a There is no doubt that step is necessary more than 20.000,000 loyal Americans ly behind the policies of our govern- Van Camp's Milk, '3 cans ___. .20 1 Ib
anti-tuberculosis campaign !in which can Cocoa .:.__________ .25'
# I" to keep pace with the increased ond marked War the opening today of the Sec ment and do "our bit" by personal France has begged our co-operation Pet Milk. Baby, 3 cans ______ .20 Blue Label Vaseline bot L___ ,.05
cost of living The teachers' position Fund Drive for $100,000,000to sacrifices. This is not rich man's
a No. __ ____ 1.90
Karo
\ that we not the children 10 i Turpentine bottle _
be may save only uu _____ .10
in n
; is one'of ;responsibility second to none used neighborly and humanitarian war it is every man's war. All must of a nation but our own sighting Light Karo, No. 5 __n______ .50 Caster Oil, :bottle ____ __ .10
y ; and the remuneration should be. in measures for winning the war. support it to the epd. We owe it to -- --
t "I that men. Alaga Syrup, gal. n______ 1.15 Castoria; bottle ____u___.__ .30
1 proportion. ber will hope every this Red confident Cross mem- ourselves as well as to our govern "We may sacrifice our boys in/ action Alaga Syrupgal.. ______ .68 Thread spool .?._.____,___ .05'

., I, 'I said repeat Ex-President message ment to 'purchase these Liberty but we cannot endure that they Alaga Syrup, No. 2 _u..____ .22 Camphor, bottle --___.._____ .10
A "stay at home" movement In lieu Taft Bonds.
I today. shall die of something Alaga Syrup, No. 1 .,..___ .17 -All Other Things
wo may prevent Accordingly-
ti 10. of summer trip is being advocated as "It is designed to show everyone that Yes, to meet the immediate necessities .
% W' Y. conservation measure. Well, that's this fund for humanitarian relief is of buying ships, munitions and _
t "Women of le Clubs The American
s _hat..mCMIt of us will have to do any- really a business-like method of help food our government must have mon- Red Cross relies EVERYBODY INVITED TO INSPECT OUR SANITARY STORE

.I. y.' irijr to win the war. The words them- ey. But from where is this money to -t.I.., .. / upon your help. AND GET PRICES. On.- Motto is: Cordiality; 16 ox. to the
Ce c. Red Crou .
selves may not reach tho troops in comeT The countries of Europe are pound and 100 Cents on the Dollar. '
s The Arcadia Daily News carries the line of the ,I war harrassed civilians on the verge' of starvation. We cannot When the train was coming in the
IM* headlines to the effect "Baptists Make but the tangible results of this look to them for help. We must other evening, and while out about

t Women Man's Equal." We were un- appeal must convince them that America turn to the people of the United 'steen miles, it. was flagged by an ;
'+ 'der the,impression God did that. tacks her own men and is a real States. So our government has Issued Indian and when the conductor CUT PRICE CASH GROCERYPhone

4On , (" ally. This will help to maintain their I Liberty Bonds which enables rich__and\ yelled "all aboard" the Indian said,. ,

S; T \i China,/lapin 4: Company is the winning ..pirit."America" poor alike to share in the winningof "Me don't want to take train me

; new firm which proposes to stop Red Cross activities in- this war. The people are,not giving sell'um huckleberries. Okeechobee 141. 422 Broadway

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INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS I spent Sunday in town. NEWS AND COMMENTS "1
Next Friday's feature at the Casino
'\ will! be "War. Bride," an Interesting; -
':' ...oo.oo.oo oo..ooo..ooo. Mary Pickford today at thj Casino. war story, a By W. B. Witherspoon GH YOUR TE '

Mrs. L. C. Allen and, Mill HazelB. Miss Edna Schweikart left for Do you want to see the Huns stopped W

r" Weather Report Ward were visitors to Orlando.on Pittsburgh, Pa., this week for an in- In their outrageous raid on the liber- .
i ; Monday.Mrs. ,definite stay. ties of the world? Then subscribe tA1 lIIuJTI-T1 1 r ''i I
liberally to the Second Red Cross fund. j '.
. < > M. A. Clark and daughters ex Mrs. M. C. Bandy visited her son, '
pectto, leave soon'for points in North Lee, in Orlando, Saturday, returning In'the meantime do not forget,, to 1
' .r. Following are dally tempera Carolina. home Sunday. buy War Savings Stamps. =

tures and precipitations as reported , Rull Bass shipped 140 head of fine FOR RENT-Furnished flat with Quite 'number' of towns and sections .,>.
'.-'" by Government station cattle from Kenansville Wednesday modern Improvements .W. B Ilarr's! have already gone over the top in "
) at Kissimmee fo- she week ending to points in Tennessee. Gazette office. 14-tf this Red Cross drive and some have ,,

'J Thursday, May 23)) Mrs H., M. Breaker left Saturdayfor Mrs. Harry Deyoreo' visited h.r doubled their quotas. Let us all heave L
) Mac Mln. Rain Chattanooga, where she will visit husband and other relatives. Jack- to and put Kissimmee away over. A433 (

{j J Friday __ ____ 83 68 relatives for the summer. eonville) thin week. Prince Colonna, mayor of Rome, >v

': Saturdcjr .-. __ 85 65 I The G. A. R.,of Kissiromee.will hold Mrs. L. E. Livermore left Saturdayto representative Italy, in a mesage of the to R.American P. Perkins Red, a ?
y ( the annual memorial service at the spend the Rummer at her old homein
64
,,.. ,r. Sunday .. -.i 1 85 Cross, said: '"
Christian ,church Sunday morning.E. Lebanon Conn.
Monday .., ... 86 65 "The Communal Council of Rome in
.;1 :.'A. Pound, representing the Rad- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Overstrect left its Watch Your Step! -i iI
,,I Tuesday -. ... 88 66 cliffe Chautaqua welt in the city for Georgia Monday where' Mr. meeting of April 29th, has placedon
/ Wednesday ... 85 68 ,.25 Tuesday on a business and pleasure Overstreet will engage in the fruit the records with deepest satisfaction -
a of committee of civil
; Thursday. .. .85 67- .09 mission. backing business.! report which, in Order to interpretthe organization I The above'warning ha become one of almost nation wide prom!'

;", .. ..... .... ...... Mrs. W. E. Bailey of Danville, Ky., Mrs. F:. J. KirUpatrick, formerly of gratitude of our people, expressed I nence and i importance, in a commendable effort to guard against !accident l.
returned,to her home Saturday, after Campbell Station has moved to Kis- ofTicialy its appreciation of tan splendid .
".., Feu "War Brides." t spending the winter here as is her: simmee and will) 'lupy.her residence meritorious work of the American t I and injury._ ': .:,; ,I .
.
Custom. on Orlando avenue. Red. Cross. The Communal Council, I :
Mrs. J. S. Cadel! Is driving a handsome The Central's Nurse says: "Keepyour J. W411 l Yon, candidate for re-elec- filled with admiration for the generous I If the Kitchen Cabinet could talk r4'lt'would'say :
{4J j "Reamer" car which she pur- eyes healthy with LAVOPTIK/' tion to the office of State Auditor organization of the American Red

"i, ('hased'iast week. Guaranteed by Central .Drug. Store. was a visitor to Kissimmee Wednesday -. Cross gave voice to a desir -that new 1
Mary Pickford today in "Am- Phone 41. meeting hill constituants. I ties of fraternal unity inspired by a ,.
arilla of Clothesline Alley Olin Sibert returned home Wednesday i Mrs. M. E. Maddux, the ,Gazette's noble purpose would Join our nation
;. Miss Albina Smith is conducting a night from Atlanta, Ga., wherehe correspondent at Orange Center, was indissolubly with the great American "Watchtiyour'steps.'' Let me save you time and unnecessary step >
IiSee canning demonstration at the domestic has just completed his junior year in town Wednesday shopping. She nation and thus; confirm a welcome an I j by providing'a place for everything, where you'll find everything in'its ',
science room today. in the Southern Dental college. was accompanied by her daughter. Camp Itodlio, where. an acclaim that
. came from the heart, you were place, systematically and conveniently arranged, out of the way when
. ," Get a Japanese folding fan free With every 25c or more purchaseof Miss Marion Sargent accompanied ed."
with a 25c purchase of Nyal's articles Nval's articles we will five you a i" her little niece returned from (Signed) "Mayor of Rome, receiv-I' not needed, but in it place when needed. 1;
at Central Drug Store. genuine Japanese fan entirely free. Avon Park Monday after (pendmirweek "Prospero i'
(' S. W. Porter of St. Cloud, candi- Only one to a customer. Central end with her parents,.Judge : "I.call myself tie housewife' friend .
And so it is that American Red
and trs. :
.:' date for representative in the legislature Drug Store. Sargent.
"'Ii was \in Kissimmee .Wednesday. Mrs. A, W .Winn and family and Mrs. C. C. EvorB and children wl o ing Cross.tie is between going to America prove and itself other a bind-nations -j I and will pay her many a dividend." ,}

. ; FURNISHED ROOMS, $4.50 and Mrs. Harry Dale and children werea spent the fast season in Klasimmcj, of the world. It is to be hoped .
.I.j 1 $5.00 a month. Mrs. W. II. .Farmer, pleasant party motoring to Bartow left for a week uA Coronado Beach, t hat even the German people will learn i I I
9 West Mitchell St. 16tf last wek for a visit 'with friends, returning before joining Mr. Evers nt their ultimately to interpret the true Am- . 'f
B. Harris in with home Friday night.Dr. home in Babylon, L. I., N. Y. erican
'4' W. company Rull spirit, and pom with us in endeavors -
.r e' r Base motored to Whittier last Tues. J. A. Simmons and family of Mr. and Mrs. .1. Wesley Brown and to cultivate the spirit of hu- ic.'H.diANTHAM ;1 Na
day, returning home 'Wednesday af Arrudia :have been spending several Miss"i : Lucy WlthtrRpoon motored to man ,brotherhood. May God speed the
ternoon. days. this week with his sister, Mrs.L. I Arcadia Saturday for a visit with day.

Dick and Ned Bullock left Thursday H.I Ingram. They returned to their friends at the Aviation camp near Contribution to the Red' Cross is a THE SATISFACTORY STORE F,
home; today accompanied by Mrs. In- that city. The-' !returned Sunday
for Ft. Valley to join a crowd of ; test of real patriotism.
:; Kissimmee boyswho are engaged in gram and her daughter, Irene. night. Honor K1SSIMMEE FLA. '
to our county judge for declining __ .'
<: packing Georgia's peach crop. Would you be interested in a com- The Edgewattu Farms Company to consent to the raffle. Right I .....""' ''''''.."......" S
) The Central's Nurse says: "There munity kitchen where you could aid in shipped seven thoroughbred Duroc- he is. Gambling is against the law
'.$j is* nothing more handy around home the conservation of food by canning'or Jersey hogs to various points in the and we shall not violate the law in the -
than a Kwiklite Flashlight. Wo sell drying vegetables and fruits under' state. These prosperous farms have name of the Red Cross. The Red Cross rra. r ri1.
: them, at Central Drug Store. the direction of the county agent? If 160 fine hogs, practically all thoroughbreds stands for right, and the highest type
Ii, If Kissimmee had a community BO communicate with Miss Albina, of this variety. of right. ,..

. . kitchen busy farmers could have their Smith. Edmund Waldon of Fort Myers, one A store in Birmingham, .
vegetables canned on shares by Rev J. D. Sibert and Geo. W. Per- of Uncle Sam's' boys, who has been Ala., grocery is being projected on a unique Messrs. Lightsey end Anderson are ST.JOHNS (EPISCOPAL) CHURCH .
housewives who could do this work sons accompanied J. D. Sibert, Jr., to horne on sick leave and has been visiting method. The storekeeper does not driving their own Ford car this week. I Trinity Sunday. ," >,
'I this week where he his cousin. Hudson' Bass Kis- t iI i-
Mt. Verde en- at
under Think clerks He Minister
expert supervision. of )have any nor deliverymen. MurnU Tindall of Lake Hart was in I in Charge L. H. Klrkby.'
the bushels of tomatoes that could be tered the industrial school at that aimmee, left Sunday for Camp Wheeler has arranged his store so that customers the city Thursday combining business 11.. m.;,Morning prayer and ser. n'
in \ where he is
to take a course agriculture.The ptationed.
utilized in that manner place enter by a turn gate in line. Each with pleasure.; mon. Subject: "The Holy Trinity."
'j Mr. nnd Mrs. George A. Briggs and trip was made in Mr. Person'scar. Mrs. E. L. WPHlfall and daughter 1 is provided with a basket. Prices are Edgar Hogan, Loughman'a efficient I ,The services in this church will b> ,'
'I daughter Miss Vivyen, left Wednesday Miss'Alpha, have left for'a months'outinQ' plainly;' marked. The customer helps postmaster, was a business visitor in discontinued for the summer months' .
I night for their home in Toronto, The annual memorial and patriotic in the mountains of'South himself to such things as he desires, Kissimmee Thursday. the pastor and his family leaving for
'a Can., alter spending the winter at sermon will be preached at the Christian : Carolina. Their trip will include a and settles with the storekeeper as he 9 I the North. "
their pretty bungalow on' Mabbette church next Sunday at 11 'a. m. week at Macon, where they will visit .goes out. A good scheme. Large expenses ,I II. Capt: S. J. Entrikin. one of NarIcoostee'a -.1..." feo th.?K.4 er....., ;(ti
'i.1', street They will make the trip via The G. A, R any R. C. Will attendin friends: ot Camp Wheeler. are saved and customers get most prominent. citizens, CHRISTIAN CHURCH "
,',; water, boarding the Mohawk at Jacksonville a body and all who wore the gray Jennings Prevatt, of the Remount the benefit of Iqw prices. We shall was visitor hens yesterday.Mrs. :
v.j .. Mrs. Briggs will ,visit her and any others are requested *nd In-, Department of the U. S. A., stationed have to adjust ourselves to many,such C. L. Hyatt with !her two sons, 10:00 11:00 Sunday achool.: 4 .
brother In New York city for a vited to attend this memorial of the at Camp Johnston, arrived home on a plans of operation in business for lack Billie and Jack, are spending: this; Special Memorial sermon.
6:45.Y. P. S. C. E.
fallen heroes. j for few l his of man-power. week with her mother at Lakeland. .
month. Miss Vivyen will goat once furlough. a days ;with ''7:30 Sermon
America'
.". .:,* to Toronto, where she will enter the Messrs. Chas. M. Griffin and Jas. E. mother, Mrs. Sarah Prevatt. Priv-te Can you not discern the dawn' of a M. T. Mickler 'of Tampa and J. C. .. ,' Need. .
/ Prevatt has, new day 7 As we adjust ourselves 'to Ledbetter of Thonotosnasa motoredup -01. f. f. H.a Crmmm -
General Hospital to complete her Griffin, influential i citizens I { been critically ill with
course_. in nursing. ' of''Kissimmee, accompanied ",by pneumonia and lug many friends ,will conditions occasioned by tho war, to Kissimme last Monday and MEMORIAL SUNDAY. MAY 29 .
,
j ", GuyL.: Hammack left Saturday for f their families,' motored to Orlando be>Jl"ratifi" d..tot!learn of his improve.. .\ we shall work out mony problems of 'spent a few houns looking after business The O. O. Howard Post, G. A. R.,
Charleston. S. C., accompanied by, a yesterday.and spent\' several> hours. ment. 'w 1'_? iet k43k; '!!,','yl:',:,,,,a.::, 'c' economy in community,interests.\.. \: The I matters. , and Sedgwlck,Circle, Ladies of the'
force'of men i ho will engage in the very pleasantly greeting friends.:; "1 Mr and ]Mrs.[J."B.: Dillard left Monday daily routine of life must be revolutionized The Citrus Exchange packing house G. A. R., will, by invitation, attend c
constructfion( of bungalows for Whe Evening' Reporter-Star, Tuesday.A for partanbur, S. C., where and after the war is over.we has been sending out Osceola county the 11 a. m. service at the Christian
workmen in the shipyards there. In party of twenty-five motored to they will upend tho summer month's. must holdon to the more sensible pro potatoes' this week having hipped: church., We cordialy invite all soldiers 1a\
the.party were Messrs. D. R. Stroup Kissimmee Monday and were dinner They. are leaving earlier this your in gram. | In all 13 cars. These have been consigned of any war and affiliated, societies
T.: N. Clark, Albert Ruling, C. C. Mc-I guests at the Manhattan hotel. They rder to meet their eon, Sergeant Reader, have you gotten in your of- to eastern markets and the In our vicinity to meet us at
Hunter Dillard fering to the Red Cross, ? If hot, 'it is is showing a' edvance 3. A. R. hall at '10:30 '
Coskey, Joe Knight and Charles Cavanaugh had been attending the funeral ser of the 445th Motor price steady promptly, as
The men are attracted by I vices of the four-year-old dauphter Truck Company, Washington, D. C., not too late. The campaign is still' having reached as high as $4 for barrel we will go in a body to the church
the good wages. They will receive 1 of Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Young, who will be in Spartanburg on a fur open should, and contribute every man.something woman,and child matter By Order of Committee. :,
no
G2tt cents hour with well known citizens of lough.
time
an and a Louphman, how small the amount. Help lick' l'
,v half for over time and double wages and came on to this city where accommodations Mrs. R. B. Savage:: and Miss Olivine the kaiser, and make all the world
; for Sunday. This will total some $50 could be had for the party.Among leave today for Lake City to be pres- safe for democracy and little children.'
j! per week, and they go on.a. fourmonths' ] those registering. were Mr. ent at the commencement exercises The Issue of this war i is the issue of y I
contract with a strong possibility and Mrs. Joe Young, the latters par i where Miss Lahore Fortner will the ages-might against right. Every Come to
of longer employment. It isl I ents, Mr and Mrs. John Altmer and I!, graduate in the Business Department true citizen of the world should. LL
aid another party will leave next Mrs. Robert Pickett, of Houston,Texas
!I and also in expression, at Columbia buckle on the armor of righteousness Our
week. j I a telative of the bereaved parents. I, 'College. The party will return -. and fight in the good fight until victory .

.,. - -- - -- ........, I home Tuesday at the close of. the is gained in the name of Him .1
exercises. who: died that rtyrht' might prevail, Fountain.
. and and love all He
Rev. joy fill the earth:
S. W. Lawler, a former pastorof (
First is the Captain of the hosts who will
the Methodist church and ?
lead, to victory, lasting and'glorh us.
well known throughout the city

BIG SHOE SALE I ped his way off ,for to a Tallahassee.few hours Tuesday Miss stop-Lola on, purchase In the War meantime Savigns do 'not Stamps.forget to

It is truly refreshing to see so
I
who was a teacher in the Kissimmee
, : schools last winter and has 'just completed many of our citizens bubbling over

.,. j I her term, accompnmd him with enthusiastic severely to patriotism help'win and the war.sacrificing J{ ( lp i Ill 1cv
I home, Wednesday.
Friday and Saturday May 24-25 It makes one proud of the fact that
j Messrs. William and Harry Arnold, he is an American citizen and a citizen -
I Fred Hansel, Belton Bass, Carlysle of Kissimmee, but we have too
I Bronson, John Graham, Harold Wood- many yet among us 'who J.ave no
I all and Stratton Story were a party sense of responsibility. They exhibit
of young men leaving Monday for pardonable pride in the confidence .
' H. C. Ft. Valley, Ga., to take part in pack- that "they ere not going to let the
STANFORD ing Georgia's crop of peaches. The Huns get over here."
boys will spend a day at Camp The day has past for that sort of
Wheeler and visit Company B. feeling. We ought to be saying, "We ( O OPur.
---- are not going to let the. Huns get -
Will give 10 cent of allShoe Mr. Remine, of Knoxville, Tenn., here to devastate our countryand "
per over
., has been spending several cattle days for in ravish'our homes" Reader, have Rich Ice Cream' 1
this vicinity purchasing
Sales made during On Wednesday you sensibility enough to see the difference .
summer pasturage.
*
two
in the attitude of these
he 120 head of beef cattle
shipped
Friday and classes? "They" and "We. Oh fora Alatural Flavors.
Saturday to from Kenansville, which were pur- whom
citizenship
chased from Rull Bass; Mr. Remine among one-ness ,1 i
of responsibility and interest are
the Red Cross Fund. says this is an experiment, and if he
manifest Oh for world
finds the Florida cattle do well in everywhere. a THE CENTRALS NURSE SAYS:. i.
with such feeling of brotherhood.Then 1
Tennessee, he will return and make
a We have a splendid line of Shoes for men larger purchases next season the past.we can declare war a thing of Qur sodas and cooling drinks of all kinds and

Sergeant Kenneth McPherson came When Jesus was here he cleansedten our ice 'creams are "superior" because we use only
women and children, to select from, which home from Camp Johnston Friday fora lepers. One returned to give 1J
few hours and returned to his duties thanks and praise. The nine went on the purest, natural flavors.
will 'be offered as low as present conditions Saturday. Sergeant McPhersonis "joy riding. We should aspire to :

will We will have a member of the Miscellaneous make ourselves worthy to be classed Come to our fountain just once. The good things (
permit. a Unit No. 2 in the Remount Depot of with the one, not with) the nine. Howis I
the Quartermaster's Corps and half it with. YOU, gentle reader? Are we. ,will give you ,and the clean, dainty way we will 1 I
made a remarkable record by receiving you contributing to the Red Cross,
!, Special Bargain Counter promotion to sergeant in eight the Y. M. C. A., the Y. W. C. A., the serve .you will bring you back whenever you are ,

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