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: June 7, 1918
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00858
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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\: The matterof meeting' the conditions of the bankV7a Klssimmee and: to'nut'meroua ED:TO LA INTO-TH: *E>ILGNIZAt1ON' OF'A,COM. The June primary--Tuesday signalized -' : Bass had ,no'.ppo.ition'torenomination oeWalter

.r laid down by the'Clifford Lumfcer. -. persons for funds' to finance PANT' OF HOME GUARDS', BVEHY MAN .INTERESTED yreat;, victory "when Hon. W. "J. as''.member.* ',oft *
:.( Companyrelativy to their I 1,'v-ing here Is practically assured and.It, '; proposition front a trustworthy ,, trict inhi nomination for ro-election nler of Campbell Station sneeeeded
t, "If}* hoped that within few days It soSirce has been' received nameytpayment' ) BE PRESENT.; :.. { *.' congressman from the Fourth himself for ;'membership .*onboard -. that
"j can': be announced that everydetail in cash of one-half of the r i ./Congressional district. Mr.J- Sean from school district No.. ."
!I Las been' completed. market' value of. the steel rails 'ne- node Ills campaign purely,JOn .1tJ1e fact:,.tbe name Candidates MkMff.nomination .
.t.' The committee appointed ''by the,.oe..ary'to construct- the railway, said merits of Ms record and defeated bit ..where no opposition .developed ,
TxMird of trade to secure the neees- funds to bear. percent interest, to '; opponent,'JOlt L.- Farris, in his'own were not named oa the) Ifckef. "
4 r ,nary funds ,to meet the mpany'. be secured by first .mortgage on the SON WILL BE IN, TOTAL: ECLIPSE county,by ablemajority.. '' ... At St.' Cloud school ****** MW JL
proposition after looklnl'over, the said.rail with the understanding that ,v Congressman, Soar has 'always Riley Godwin 'was, nominated to .AH'
situation decided to submit a plan to the -amount, due by th., city: to the At '5:41 TOMORROW AFTERN'N been strongly and loyally ,supported. the position on the school board previously -
the-lumber.'company? which 'would be... Clifford Lumber company for fuel by''Osceola. county and 4thi( ., primary held by John Baisden. La
practically th.same and which could. should be paid ..el1lnontl1 on the was no 'exception t) the TiJj.A, solid Edgar'!: Kate was again named for
be met by the people here. mortgage< secured -by'the rail. This Tomorrow Saturday'a total eclipse: 011111I.. vote was east' for his return-1 the i supervisor of. registrationwith* ae:
The following letter written byC.",, would mean that the 'party who furnishes of the sun will take olace which will \ The-'eclipse- will begin at sunrise duties lie hat"'soconscientiously" : fulfilled I opposition. T:
"W.. Ward chairman of the commitAee .. the money would have.reason ba visible over-* Urge. part ,of:,the at-.. Borodlno.Islands ,south of Japan, during. the';term netting At..Kissimmee two polling 'plaeea
which was approved by his fellow ' able security for thee money.and we United States though the line ofTto- i and will be visible as a partial eclipse pletlon.. were established on Broadway+,.eis
f workers' then submitted 'to the believe, that the, lumber company as Wit l' will 'be 'comparatively harrow Southeastern Asi* ',in the Arctic! Excitement was divided 'T eaday 1 that "section of.,the Dixie'Highway,
lumber company states- the full plan:, business people will feel'that tho security This strip willk tretch across the and f North Pacific ocea andthr6uChout between the race for congressman markstbs dividing' line between com-) '.'
for the is not exoessive ending and that for ,..t.te'J roprowntntivo,I missioners' districts No 2'which .'
Kisslmmee Fla.'June; 3 1918. i mon.r.I. country in a straight line from Aberdeen North America, at ez-{
: ;: 1 I .Of* course, ta l in consideration where ,, it will be sixty- sunset in the Bahama Isl .nde. and for,'tAte representative, while tends west including 'theSh '...
To Committee, Board of Trade' Kisimmee -; of the, lumber company. establishing six miles wide' gradually narrowta** This phenomenonwhich, ha not there .was'a strong fieht'for,each of creek- section and No. ,3, extn
'r' Fla.Gentlemen a sawmill with a capacity: of, to Orlando where the shadow will be occurred in the United States since the candidates for nomination; Hon. from this line' east tote .St. CIon
tr' :' In' the matter of the approximately 10,000,000 feet of lumber -' forty miles in width. thetyesr, 1800 will be eagerly watched N: C. Bryan' put It over FteckBasof canal, This 'new''"diri.loa was' male
,i Clifford Lumber Company the com- annually inside the town of Kis' 'On"the Pacific coast It ''will begin by astronomers .and the general Kissimtnee f.nd S.;W.' Porter of St. at.. the'\time '\'Okeeohobee countyW&'
il 'II ttee is unanimous in its opinion' slmmee. and -thnt. this mill' should early in ,the afternoon' the duration public; when scientists hope to gain Qoud ,with ,* sole, nrajori'y, 'Mr. formed w"henthe" southern part"etOiceola '
.'thalt is extremely desirable to have continue operating until not less than I of totality at Aberdeen'"being two valuable information; through big Bryan's friends, and supporters. real. county was cut off ana.. Con I
i the manufacturing plant located Un' 60,000,000 feet of lumber has< been: minutes..'. The time required for the telescopes and tho people I generally tied tit, dangerof this three-e:'Meted missioner. Walker automatically j became
Klsslmmee, and that-every effort possible cut.- The proposition 'of the lumber: shadow to sweep across the United will amuse themselves Viewing the race when; one cpponcnt laved: "in an- .a ....ldent'Of another: eovnty. +;r
should be made -to offer induce-' eornpanyto us was based upon the: States is forty-six minutes, -reaching nnuanal .sight' through smoked other"city*ad a city .with as formidable With'the.attetrictteg of the eocm- ,
f'menta sufficient to bring, the. plant manufacturing of. 60,000,000 to 100- j Orlando at. 6:41': and lasting- see glaaeea.. a vote 't-jt .St.. Cloud polk. Nevertbeless ty J. K.. Hilliard was appointed..*
.. 000.000 feet. I .o Mr. Bryan received :412 missioner, of district No. :Up 4'
there.Theyro itlon of the lumbercom- If this report meets the approval votes ta all aa against: the, 170 cst. On the weat side 'of I Broadway' A.:' t
. I ny, involves two distinct .features.irst .,,of the committee, I will as chairman,. for Porter and-178 for Bass.. ' E.'Thomas served as* 'clerk-with .;".
the furnishing by. the city to submit it to the Clifford Lumber''company .! COUNTY COURT I"SES'SION- i The' other Kisslmmee men on the Mearrs, Dolce, Frace and Arnold. .Inspectors .,
the lumber company of electrical at once. county" ticket; had no oppositiun .and : ,end 'McPhatter, bailiff.,:On
:power and the furnishing by the lum Very truly yours Ernest Mach .was named for county i east' Broadway Mr, BuNkMlter; ,
"fcer company to'tl.e cyof fuel; and f C.'W. WARD.' commissioner ;to succeed' himself. ia dirky Messrs. Bratton,'. ,MfreDpaottgh. ,
'second the furnishing' by the city Chairman of Committee. MANY CASES commissioner's district No. 2 and John< WoodaH and Neal.. ". TvOwing
',x>r by' interested dtisens fund .of The salient point of difference' between ON DOCKET: ;Partin succeeded J;; ,. K. Milliard who to the fact that Judge'T. Ml .
$' 425.000 to' aid in the i construction of the proposals of the lumber . declined 'to'' .run',for commissioner in Murphy must be present at tie .pea-.
t" ', railway from the timber owned by company and committee involves.only; = ..:. .Jr. I district; No. 8.' Incommissioner's lug of the.ballot boxes .ad",that be
./ fthe lumber company, in .Town hl> 27 about 16,000, The?company asked -- district 'No. 4.Deer.Park went>solid is holding county court this week the
South Range 80 East, to a POint'OQ that '2 .000 be loan to Judge T. M. Murphy convened with deriving. an auto"while, intoxicated. i-. for A. F;, Bass and:] St. Cloud'voted Vote have not Seen canvassed M |*ft
the St.;Cloud Sugar Belt 'railway.- help construct the railroad spur out County )udce'..Court., on.. Monday f"(i almost: four to one, in' ,his !favor and no tabulation can. be. made at. tUa
Leaving the matter.elf exchang.'of'power to their .timber. The committee hav morning.. The cases' on the: civil,docket ' State"vs.. Rowland Tompkins, .'against his'' opponent, S: J.' Triplet' time.; ; '
for fuel to the city council and ing'the" matter tn. char,. off 'half are: charged' with illegal sale, of liquor.. la district' No. 1 Commissioner E. The Times-Union summaries. the::
'the' lumber company to adjust be taw cost of the rails to build,the road A. D. Story,va. B. .F. Lester;, damages For the defendant, Johnston. A. ..G...... I* D. Oventreet asked to be returned reiuIU off the:'vote for .tate. otftoerea ..
tween'themselves committee'' has be adftneed.This is estimated at aptoroxioMtely -' 1200.00.. For plaintifl, Z.: Baas; reek::. Continued. "" to that office and was opposed:by fellows: V
"confined its labors principally to tad* f20,000 and with so for defendant, Johnston A Garrett. State v*. P S. Murpher charged F. 'it, Tyner. Mr.. Overstreet -t'g m '. turns from the state pHsaary.*re.
ing if possible the funds asked foVW small !* difference existing between M. Kats vs., -L. -Drawdy.. Damages with' iHegal''fishing. For, we defendant strongly: supported by his friends: receiving lwtlw far from coepJeee. net>wi sjgh'
'Aid in the construction of the railway. the, two 'proposals it I.' likely it .can $12 .oo. For plaintiff, Johnston ; Z.: Base' ," about double ,the number. of figures bejnr' In.' hand $0 warrrata;
s has been both Garrettj.. for defendant,.ZBasi.. State va. II. W. -Weaver,'. 'eh rced votes for his J' Continued
Application mad. to be adjusted.MEETING' cast opponent.. _-:: ( on, page ,4)),,, 'c.
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.. ; .. Go. P. Boyce .Co. vs Graystone Hotel with t illegal Bale. of liquor. For the = 'vv. >lt- ,
p ': ." ,Co"damages, $300.00.' Foe the defendant; Johnston. A, GaiTett jCon- .
plaintiff, O'Bryan A Pled the tlnued. "
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: TO ORGANIZE HOME: defendant, Johnston A Garrett. State":vs., Joe Story, charged .with THiRlVrailWNGREGISTERED :MEW
1'. : Pat Johnston> vs. J. Wi'> Tracy; damages having more than one quart of liquor.. ,
Ii ,.Of . ,- .- 30000.. For the .defendant. Z. Continued. ",\ '
B..... > State vs. C.: ''K.. Lybrand charged. '
: The criminal docket comprise the with illegal fishing. Defendant waived : :;
i' GUARDS, CALLED, FOR TONIGHTOeceola following cases: arraignment Verdict of "not ON WEDNESDAY i
; Three cases against Henry Savage, guilty." v ? ''I ,. '
charged with selling deer. Continued State vs. M. .Ortaca;, ,charged with .
I for the term. illegally soliciting latorer' For the ,
county enjoys an tee to obtain the necessary 'data as 'State vs. J' *m'Boaiwright: and,Will defendant, Jatoaton &' Garret. .The young men who haft Oniytwo w tbNr'. . -

:Deputation for patriotism .and It I.wen is to the steps t>f, organlaattan and tocirculate Boatwrtettt, oWrffed> "wtfi larceny ofa State. w. .F.. -HaynM,, ehriwitlTfflegeJlT '9/ fceoasa ,* a.e..sinoe the -iaat riati .. os W.
a paper for the signatures hog o f fee. than ..00 value.Con- .elktitinf labeneM. tration-...*..?I'elrbWred .byr the Keai I )tees sbont ....; .. .... .
known ,that so large' ,* number' of'the men who desire to'join it. Amass tinued 'for the term on'' account, of J. Steed and ,W.'. Crawford prosecuting exemption board at the cou.rt-house has not registered' most do"so.."There
a 8 8of her men have volunteered for milltary meeting will be' held )Friday witness' being. .in the atm; J'. for the state': The' defendanthas on Wednesday: ; is no penalty attached to.t.te'regis.,
f .mc.ncludlnl'\ her"own Company night'to perfect the plans.Kissimmee' .- State va. G. B. Lawson-: charged secured the services' of'Johnston Dan J Johnson Sam Lesesne, Louis tration. The those
B, that'she has not ,been subject 4s fortunate 'in havingat with carrying' concealed weapons. A Garrett and Landis, Fish A Hull: Joseph Schmidt, Earl Milford Johns, who'-f ail ,register. "' .
For the defendant 'Johnston A Garrett This .case'.. now going on as the Milton ;Joel; .,
to draft till within the last few this time, two Tncir among her citi- Tyson Percy Harrelson w. .... 'i ill
''-weeks. The county Is about,, to add wens whohave'seen active military and Z. Ba..., Defendant 'waived paper goes to -"re...' It will be re- :Harold, Richard T. Ricketts; Scott LAKE TO'BE'sOLD.AT '.
arraignment and plead "not membered that this man was arrestedsome : Wllli Freeman Eldridge HOUSE
r,. to this' enviable record by organizing service within the past year.Cap i m. Stokes "
.. bodY''of county home guards. Definite tarn Kate commanded Company B on The court,directed the jury I'IlUt7'"j weeks ago on account of his alleged -,Paul EtheR, Godwin .'Keros Sheldon AUCTION TOMORROW1'
( stops were taken to effect this the Mexican border for several In' a verdict of "not &'UIlty." activities'among the colored Johnson, Thomas JM.. Arnold, Preston -'

'l organization at, a'"special meeting of month., but an illness at the time ,, State vs. G._ ._B.. _.. .Lawson. . . . . . population_. _here.._ . _ ,Grady Cromartie, Alfred William The Lake of ,Kisiinv-*
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a, the' board of trade Friday night rendered him unable to pass the physical Ivey,, Joseph Lee Enge Wesley ;John; mee's old landmarks and still a most
which was-featured by an unusually examination for federal service. Rowland, Elmore Clark, Albert Bass,
large attendance When the motion Lieutenant Steed was officer : Henry Montsdoca.'Joseph Aide desirable' piece of property will bo,
was put to form this protective body in Company B, but was honorably COUNTY CAMPAIGN FOR SALE Johnson Herbert Harvey, Il"enry sold at Auction tomorrow (Saturday)
r S-4t: + was passed by a unanimous vote discharged on account of dependent Kelson! Makinson James Hensley at '2:80 p.n. A. L.,, Griffin owner'
of all present relatives. The recent actual experience Hilliard Joseph Robert Tracy, ;James; of the' property, lives at ,Ocoee and .
;W? B. .Harris, who was acting of., these men. will be Invaluablein Gilbert Clark,? Oscar Fullman Hancock has other interests which require all
.chairman 'of the meeting; appointed training the home' guard into a OF W. ."S. S. BE' ORGANIZED ,Herbert Briscoe Sewell Peter. his time. : ; )
Col. iewU O'Bryan Captain H. M. formidable body that could_ defend eon, Abbie Gordon limes, Lawrence McPhatter isJa: charge':of,the;
::TKaU. ,Lieutenant W. ;J.; Steed. ,U. C. the firesides of Osceola county shouldnecessity ..Nettles. Elisha Gibbs,, Benjamin F, sole and will give- any information' "
.' ...;Stanford _and'' A..S., Nelson a commit- arise. -- Short Jack Winfred Rouse, desired i .by prospective purchasers. ,
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Kisdmmee Fla ;June; 6.1918: of v volunteer >rk ra. will be needed u.uu : .
Immediately followfng'the meeting' in'addressing-these cards; it ia also
{ to be deld'in Kissimmee Friday .June desired that advertising matter, -be
WHO IS TO BLAME FOR SAG 7th, at' which' plans 'will be' adopted properly distributed; those Intrust COUNCIL MOVING FOR : CLEAN ,
campaign for the sale of W .r ed with- this, responsibility it is ex. .
Stamps will commence'and will that it be
continue pressly requested 'given
;j until ;January; 1st 1919 during careful. attention.District. : '

r: IN LOUGHMAN BRICK ROAD? this county which' will time fill it rte is' quota expected of 260.'that in mind the. Chairmen importance will of please thorough keep' MILK AND .GOOD. .SANITATION

000. In order to do tl1i. it will be organization of their 'districts and .
necessary our people. .to rally ''to see that reports which will be required f
the occasion i I : are,furnished promptly. -
P The board of county commissioners of'the road that he should make such Jf every man woman' and child In I It is very Important that the'aid The city council met In regular session'.Tuesday cllman Haley d..lred'.to make the ex-:
j ,held a specialsession on Saturday, repairs at the contract price bid.:. the county would lay aside ten cents' of all local organizations, such as the night and established a:'; pence of this mucb'Jteedecl change,**
IM 'May 25,. Commissioner Guy being ab- $1.81 per square yard, plus additional each day during the remainder': of churches lodges, clubs etc., be, ob- record in the -matter. of, disposing. of, lighta possible to the people.. .-
'sent.' at which.session T?,B. Gllleople, freight increase'and increase, oh'ma the year /and purchase-:! war stamps tained throughout the campaign; the important business An ordinance regulating .the '..*!.
r, :representing, the Alabama Paving terial, the contractor being allowedthe with the money the 'allotment would ] volunteering of such.organisations. Continuing the clean-up campaign I, of 'milk' in Kissimmee' was Md.'
I Co..' explained that part of the. road. county convicts to do the work.. be filled without any extreme sacri- for service without waiting for', eoli- fo' a better, sanitary condition here the'jprlncfpal: condition being that av!
bed across Reedycreek swamp had This motion carried., ice by any one, this of course can citation will be. appreciated. All an ordinance was passed giving the! ery. p son or"company a.lUq'milk' :
begun to sag Upon -investigation hehad Another special session was held hardly be expected therefore it will children' organizations are likewise council power to' require property In'the-city must secure. license. .,for
, found.logs under the,roadbed, a on' Wednesday,' May 29, Commissioners b. necessary for some to purchase desired. The Boy and Girl Scouts owners to' clean up the' weeds, etc..I each cow sold from. "
n' condition he knew nothing and was Overstreet and Guy being absent the full amount allowed bylaw which can be of valuable assistance. from their tots and to prevent pod. 'Every cow from which: milk I J-. sold
not responsible for. He then asked The board met, to' reconsider its i. 11000.00, and' for' everybody' both The aid of the ladies throughoutthe of stagnant water. mutt pass the tuberculin teaL '
the board,to instruct A.. B. Herndon, action: of the preceding day. Commissioner white and colored 'to do their very .entire county is absolutely indisrpensabl B.. 'Haley, chairman of the sanitary Milk sold or offered for sale juuat t: g
'state,engineer! to'aecept.the road.. Bass made a motion that best. It- Is hoped that all of those and without their assistanceit committee, reported work of at all time be subject .to tests,.forbacilli . I
's ;, Commissioner*Overstreet made a the resolution authorizing the' contractor who are able to do so will buy$1000 Ii] quite. certain that the results cleaning out the drainage ditches in and for specific, gravity.' :; ,1.\\ ,
', motion seconded by A.; F; Baas that to complete the work on ihe' worth of stamps early 'in- the cam would be disappointing. Local Chair- progress and Marshall Overstreet Milk bottles, cans and pails:musk ,
the engineer make final-esttmate up- Lou ''Jmutrs road including final estimates algn, alt that there will be'many men are, urged to see that they are slated that the street gang had cut be daily sterilized and. kept". from;:;:
'. Jr on 'the completion1-of the. ''bridge and payment In full be .re- who will buy $100 worth and upward. given ample opportunity to take part the weeds along the streets.. flies .nd'du.t.' ? "
*; ;This carried and. the meeting' ad*" scinded. Commissioner Hilliard sect Aa the first step in the campaign, in the campaign and that full credit. I :Two hand spray rumps have' been Any vehicle used to deliver mUt;,
jonrned. <, onded the motion,.which was carried. postcards will be mailed taxpayers U given- them for their work.D. purchased for spraying oil to eradicate must have the name of the proprietor, v
ii' Th. commissioners held.. ,another The clerk was, instructed .to notify and property owners a large number. .,G. WAGNER, chairman i mosquitoes and the council instructed plainly painted on' Its aides. "
special session on Tuesday. May 28, A. L. Wright, engineer state high #. the purchase of 60 gallons Every person'selling ''inilk: ''must. "'
', "Commissioner Guy being at sent. A. ofth0 action of the 'of Atlas Weed Kill. a preparationwhich immediately the city marshal -;
...J ''B: ..Herndon,' state engineer'appeared' woa department. is to be sprayed on land whereit any case of sickness in hi*,famv
'';X,and statedthat; certain parts'of the At the regular-June;; meetingWed- COMMISSIONERS HELD BUSY desired to atop tIhe ,growth ,.ofvegetation ily >>r employees,,, __ -_ j';," f
>' .."IPO1' across Reed!- creek swamphad nesday, Commissioner.:'Overstreet.., on : by'' complete steriliza! .No one shall sell 'or.offer for', sal." +
F., : rMged below the level, and while the behalf Of Commissioner Guy and himself"objected Won. It is Intended for trial' in ditches within the city Ilmita a' cow that.:bas'
'MM had the:right' to accept_It., .he.' + to the latest action of on'areas on the lake. front, etc. I not-passed the'' tuberculin' tesV*: .. _
mm engineer in charge;' could not con-: ,. the board in rescinding' Its resolution SESSION LAST WEDNESDAY Another ordinance was made a law Vtolatlon of'the ordinance:B
suet. and.that the state,.highway degar4 of May 28th until a full board should : requiring every 'resident to' ha.taU .a ] with fine or impriMNMRMHt| : I, ?
n nt'would, *. party, .to be,present'.."TWs ,was agreed, to. and sanitarygarbage' can with :* close- i or both ,sod lieene'of thevWatetlasubject
,,...\acceptance.?" the matter'was'not taken up ,again fitting-.cover'to conform-'to the requirement to< revocation."'. r'
Cosamisaloner.' Basa made a'mo: Win, until the afternoon session. after-the .I' .'The i regular r: iq'ot.ti., Board 'yereek.road.. .,,;Pat' Johnston.O. L.; of the stato >,law,In such Thtad.pshrtm.nt of the l t M j.
eeotMl .l y''IA' Oventeeet. arrival elt''Commbfloittr :GuT.: :; t*.,. of.,County Commissioners+ place Sullivan.-and. ,J. .T,.\IT.' Tindali land matters//;,: B: E.'lialeyfavored' shape health will;M.wider the direet W M" :
r..pon.the cWpletion/ofitne, bridgeand ;. :J.'. S.. Cadel,'representing the'AJa- .n WedneedayTaateadof,Monday) other land owner* :alon >;the route lug the< ordinance'In'cuch. manner the city board' of' health' wWeh. will:' ,
". 'the:unfinished work Anal eeti'apate" hams Paving CO.;presented ,4be c..nrpaq'r ";CIf.: dstion, c. were. also :preeemt''hind. asked'.theboard \ that curtain; buckets' already, owned. likely" make any:., 'other : reasonable,
rendered; :;a. eoon' asws: 'aide practical,. and,.that-the.coatmctor. bepiri and 'dJedstoed.*fl"reapnneibiHs/ VTR >sTM* r wll 'bid: i
In full for the work .... Should its part, etatiag- that.. it had peribrmed cna > feet .... file the plat after.the'right that the supply.of MMM boeketa owned During the re.tise'base
say repair. be' necessary before' the the work under HM.,. oreettoa ., ]!BM iu+.r W ..ppnsdyendDsodwp4 of way vra. to the e mty< -J. .bythecttgr ... : covenard Were opened. from.parties wishing *O
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The Ashton settlement has the-distinction 1 that as many :children join also as CIIAMBETABLlTS!*]
and honor of organising: the desire to do '0.
first District War Saving Society In The entire day was a delightful
Kissimmee Oieeola county .and bar'an enroll- one. 'The friendly gathering of :
ment of sixteen charter members. neighbors under the beautiful treeson ,
This action was taken at a settlement the shore of Alligator lake, the
The of the worldare picnic held Friday at the close of the bountiful dinner spread under the '
eyes school when Dr. W. B. Witherspoon, branches, where home products were 'I is what need adam."I Many
chairman of the Kissimmee War piled in lavish -supply, but nothing THIS just you / ,, '
Savings committee' addressed the allowed to be wasted, and the hour I who trouble 'with indigestion a
people' in an eloquent talk outliningthe spent in considering the nation' were .
on the man whoSAVES need of co-oJ>8ration with our needs all contributed toward makingthe sallow; muddy skin in eating biliousness and!,
government at this crisis and urging event one long to be remembered.
that the War Savings movement be In order to lose no time in beginning habitual constipation, haye been permanently cured
entered into. the activity of the War Saving '
D. G. Wagner, county"chairman of club Ice cream and cigars were sold by the use of Chamb ain'aTablets. Before using
the War Savings committee suggested throughout the day and a neat sum
that a society be formed at once was netted for the first stamp these tablets, they: elt miserable and despondent..
and as this seemed to meet the approval Those attending the picnic: and not
of the people, officer were mentioned as .members of the War Now they are cKeerful and happy and relish: th'eir
unanimously1 elected as follows: Savings Club were Mr. and Mrs. F.
Pre.identL W. E. Palmer; vice pres- A. Sibert of St. Cloud, Misses Artie meals. Try/ em. They only cost a quarter.Chamberlain's .,
ident. W. P Tlson; secretary Miss and Ola Montsdoca. St. Cloud; Misses
Lulu' Tyson' treasurer, Miss Elsie Ruth Bleech, Rheda Bowen Mitti
7 Batton. Other charter members are Batton of Ashton. Robert and Dewey Tablets
r H. C. Avant, Mrs. W. 'P. Tyson! Mont doca, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
for man Batton Montsdoca,''all'of St. Cloud Mrs Alice .
PAUSE ,a momenta/young, Frank W. Palmer, George ,
Misses Ethel Tyson, Susie learn,! McClennon and daughter Miss
JL and give a thoug to self. The Mr. and Mrs.' George Sounders, Albert I Bertha, Miss Beulah Cathcart, St. I'M GOJNC//ACROSS FOR YOU, To do what he can do.I .
and' Leonard learn, Osborne Cloud, Lilburn and Leo Godwin, St. .
of think of Fra
problems that' confro t now or Young and Frances Simmons.It Cloud Elmer Tyson and family, Mr. MOTHER think Of submarines Belgium, too
r you had been the thought of the and Mrs. Harvey Avant and familyof v Of the and, Zeppelins children,who, \
school to organize: the club with their Deer Park:, Supt. C. E. Y oweU, D women wen
will a few years hen< e. teacher, Miss Batton, in charge, but G. Wagner, Dr. W.. B. Witherspoon, (Written by a soldier boy of the I With to the death Luaitania's'crew.
the interest of the people warranted Miss Albina Smith, county demonstration 124th Infantry)
Look about yon-the men of IB country, state, ..atioayes Chairman Wagner extending the club agent, Mrs. E. E. Wells, Ian t igoin .. for you mother, So I'm going across for for you,"mother]

la the world, art the me* who s ted to save early ia life. and including: in its membership the Misses Claire Hathaway and, Dorothy I'm gong across for you. I I'm going across you.

grown-ups with the understanding I I Wells, all of Kissimmee. You never thought when I was a kid I'm going across for you mother,

They have the respect and confidence! of the.COlDIDlll tJ. ," And played at soldier, too, I'm going across for you. .
And drew my little tin sabre out And day and night I'D dream of horn
Then look on the other std) t the fellows who spend all they ,of War Savings Stamps. The.entire Of its scabbard, a pirate.-crew Until my dreams come true.. {
Y make-they may bare a good ne for a while, but what does their, NEWS AND COMMENTS country is called on to buy an amount That I would ever a soldier be And in my heart, with the midday sur
equal to $20.00'per capita. Hence, So far away from you. And under the starlight dew,
personality, reflect .rv if one is an average citizen he should But I'm going across for you, mother, There'll be an echo of your prayer. .
0' By W, B. WitherspoonThe buy twenty dollars' worth. He should I'm, going across for you. For 111 praying for you.
A,,dollar or so deposited in this bank wiD be the purchase more, or less, according to I'm going across for you mother;
aclens of an honorable' independent career. people of' Osceola county have whether he is below or above the av- I'm going across for you mother.,' ,I'm going across for you
Make your beginning Year bankbook shown themselves appreciative of erage. Reader, set a high value on I'm 'going across for-you, I>
will pare tke way. services rendered by re-electing the yourself, and make your purchases The Germans talk of their fatherland I'm coming back 'to you, mother,
Hon. N. C. Bryan representative to accordingly. I'm coming back to you;
}' Capital stock _______ ___----.. ___. ..._.. $100,000.00 the legislature. Mr. Bryan proved ; I love 'my father, too.. { And won't we laugh at my little"
The' President the United States But mother it is to me
effective in of
___ ______________ 600,000.00Bicera himself so leadership sword
Resources over.----- ? the prohibition''forces in the last assembly is carrying his load in this conflict Whenever I think of you; And the things 'used to dot;
that it is wise. to return him like the big man that he is. We You gave me life; you gave me heart And your boy. just' think, a veteran]
.' and Directors to handle the Important matters per- should all endeavor to do likewise And I rive them 'both for you. With maybe a medal or two; J
in the We should not shirk'but do our,best. For I'm going across the sea for you
taining to tho same. subject And the Prince of,Peace-yes,. Chris
., .' ,C. A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. I* LESLEY, V-P. next, assembly. mother, Himself
/ROMA THOMAS, Cashier The Church ; facing the tremendous I'm going across for: you. Will bless the earth anew. .
1 Now as the primary election is over task that is before it with becoming And I'm coming back to you mother]
'N.'C. BRYAN N. B. CARSON. M..KATZ, we' should set ourselves with renew- consecration. True people of: im going across for you mother, I'm coming back to 'you.
LESLEY God in all the ages of the'world 'have I'm going across for you. e.s.--:
,C. A. CARSON. H. FLEMING, E. I* ed energy' to the purchase of War
been for service in timesof To the Hun shall "Lick stamiT to lick the i iser.*
J. FADE TUCKER. Directors.. Savings Stamps. This is one effective dependable you never come: a
'' way to combat the Hun-the great need. The fact Is'that the
devilish Hun..Kissimmee. fundamentals of the Church are 'the
-- -- '. -' fundamentals of'civilization in all its C. CARSON, President N. C BRYAN Secretary.]
departments. The principles of Democracy -
LIVE STOCK MARKET steers $16 to 17.25' ; common to should have a good rep -
ST. LOUIS are all Christian principles
resentationnext week at the annual
choice $10 to $16.76; stockers and The whole social structure, if it is The Waters & Garso
SPECIAL REPORT $8.50 meeting of the Central Florida highway :
feeders $9 to $11; beef cows to Association. This organizationhas to be sound and happy, must be genuinely
$10.25cannere; and cutters $7 to
i National Stock Yards, lit, $8.25; yearlings $8.60 to $10; heretics accomplished splendid results in .Christian.W.
May 28, 1918.I I $9.60 to $11;,veal. $9 to $13, and its efforts in behalf of better roads, s.'. .
t 1 bulls $8 to $12. and Kfosimmeo has furnished her STORE THE CHEAP EGGS : Grocery Company
receipts: Cattle 5500;: : This trade has dumped share of service- The meeting will -, I ,
1600 2600. ' sharp be held ,in Lakeland, Wednesday,
hogs ; Sheep the extreme top today' $1'7 :
Put Them In a Solution of WaterGlass
June 12th beginning at 9 o'clock,
and the ,
Cattle i Strictly good steers compared with $17.80 a week ago, .for Future Use.
very poor kinds seling fully steady \]and many hogs are being carried over a. ,.m. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in /
'the close of last I
with -
yesterday pI' for lack of competition. Bulk-of the
|week, but the' In-between to pretty hogs from 160 to 220 11>8., selling at The Hun will find that his submarine The cheapest eggs of the year are
good classes from $11 to $15 per....' $16.75 to $16.90; 230 to 800 Ibs activity on the Atlantic coast will produced during the summer months.At .
cwt. are fully SOc lower than last $16.60 to $16.75; roughs $16.50. : and serve mainly to awoken end cement prevailing prices it will 'pay to GROCERIESWE
"iweek's close. Strictly good cows and pigs $10 to 17.' patriotism ft the American people buy and store eggs in water glass for
heifers show no particular change as Sheep: Lambs selling very good and thereby hnsten victory for the use later in the year when the price
compared with last week's finish,-.but and 76c to $1.00 higher for the week; allied armies. are much abave the common level of: .
the'general market:otherwise Is 86 sheep 25c higher. 'Clipped lambs the present t'me: rays the Universityof . . . 00 . . 0'. .' . . ... 0'. .. .
; to 60 cents lower than the lowest it $16.75 to $17.15; fat sheep $13.60 to The only proper thing for the American Florida extension division. '
has been for several weeks. I x$13.76; choice breeding ewes $14 to people to do in the' eric is uponit There are several cautions in con- WE SELL BUT
." .
M, Quotations: Strictly fancy beef$15; fats bucks $11; canner and chopper is 'continue to trust in God nnd connection with the work that should '\,, ,, '. : ', ,
sheep $7 to $10; spring lambs $18 tush' the battle on to Borlin. That )to observed. The eggs must be fresh, ''HAY\\, .
to $20.50.' -.' .' there may be no lack of equipment let: not more than two or three days old. Bi:1: :\ 4 HIDES 1 ,.

M .\' everybody,.... .. .buy War Sayings. Stamps. Infertile eggs are best, if they can be .a. GRAIN.'''.JJi..f.;"," ',J.","<).''i"t,!;: ,l:1) ,1.) ..i -_lb. .
OU* MEATS < :: -.' had. The shells must be clean, without . :"" , .' :W'
ARC WCLLKCIov w. .. a. The picnic last Friday !n the Ash washing. Washing removes the FERTILIZERS .
WITH THE COLORS ton community was a truly delightful gelatinous covering from the shell WOOL ..
bUTC ERS T! occasion. Such meetings are valuable and lessens the keeping quality of the SHINGLES '. .
April 28, 1918. for the promotion ,of sociability and egg.' The shells must also be free I. .. AND
;: :My Dear Mamma: the dissemination of information.. It from even the tiniest crack., One .. ORANGEB .
: I got your letter and was glad to is safe to say they will be more patriotic cracked egg will spoil a number of ALL
hear from you. I have been tryingto asa result of this gathering."A sound eggs when packed in the pre- 4 ORANGE WRAPS j ,.
t r write all day, but they bother me servative.The COUNTRY
.a all the time when I commence to blind woman in Cleveland has U. S. Department of Agriculture .. VEGETABL CRATES ., .
write they come !in, they try to make knitted 40 soldiers' sweaters There describes the method of storing PRODUCE
my tent a supply tent. We have oat are several saloon keepers in this commonly used thruout the country, CRATE. I AILS .
A, BUTCHER' WHO meal for breakfast and spuds three country, each with perfectly good and which has proved generoly. satisfactory - .
times a day Us boys want to go to eyes, who will never knit anything in Florida . 00000 . 00 . . 0 0 . .'0 . . . .
KNOWS HIS BUSINESS France and slip a pill to the Kaiser but the brows of drunken husband's "Earthenware crocks are good con- -

r is 'in charge of this matket. He Bill and make him shed a tear ]I .wives."-American Issue. tainers. The crocks must be clean We sell field and garden seeds'of all kinds ,
am no slacker when I hear by country and sound. Scald them and let them Wi attention and
give special to fitting out hunting camping parties.
purchases /only the finest meats call for Dixie boys. We want this We are bringing; into use these cool completely before use. A crock .
, I and handles! them', in a manner war to stop so we can go home to days to meet the-crism 'now upon-us holding 6. gallons will accommodate /Free delivery in city limits. Phone No. 12. .
that insures their freshness when our fathers, mothers wives and some greatly neglected principles. 18 dozen eggs and about 22 pints of NXfa are county agents for food. fertilizers. Act us for circular sfnd p
; sweethearts. But Old We should remember that these principles fertilizer U. S. Food Administration License No.
as long as solution. Too large crocks are not on .( G-22092)
; you welcome 'them to yourhome.. Glory is in this war we'll be there are important at all times, and desirable. ?
Our unfailing courtesy and honest too if we' ont get killed or ihould be diligently observed in the "Water glass! is known to the chemist \
methods ppeal to folks who be wounded. If we are on the right side little transactions of life and in timesof as sodium silicate. It is a pale ,
lievs" in I getting their we believe God ,will help us, and'we peace as well as in war. ? odorless, sirupy liquid. It it
i money'sworth
know with human knowledge thAt'we diluted in the proportion of 1 part of
of/quality goods. are in the right and that is 'fo.r our The President and his cabinet and silicate to 9 part of distilled water, Tie Value of 'aood '

,country and liberty. the leaders of the forces of the army rain water, or other water. In.-any
Private James R. Matheny.Co. and navy need advice from time to case the water should be boiled and
E. 2nd RegL Inf., time to aid in the solution of .the then allowed to cool. Half fill' the
City Market Camp Wndsworth Spartanburg, S.C. Intricate problems that inevitablycome vessel with this solution! and place \ Name
W. ..B...._ to hand, and they will find con- the eggs in it, being careful not to
,Showy our true blue by buying'a genial, sympathetic advisers, but the crack them. The eggs can be addeda "
War Savings Stamp.: most of us should remember that our few at a time until the container is This story. was ''told one of oar ,tr veler. by, one of Ids'agents.,
chief business is to. co-ooerate and' filled. Be to keep about two '
sure "A farmer backed Ida team to store ODe cia :last spring andasked
obey orders. indhes of water glass above the eggs. ,np .say _

I This is a time-of exposition I Cover the lace crock available and place from'it in which the me to throw in fireN ap of' Bewker's Fertifixer. ,As 'the .war

character and we are finding some the crock will not have'to be moved. shortage of potash was on, ans\as I wanted him to understand what
; e Cr.OpS' men who have been occupying high Inspect the crock from time to time ,
places, and some (i publications that and replace any water: than has evaporated be'was buying, ,i I started,to telTium Aat the,analysis was changed
have been held in high esteem and .
with cool boiled water. '
somewhat from the preYioa.-e Uiat i the of
+ read by a large circle of'readers ,are "When the eggs are to be used re- percentage potash .was

4 Heavy yieldsW high class products are nee- lacking in the fundamentals of character move them as desired, rinse in clean, '' He I looked up at me shsiply' and said rather, earnestly,
and they will be
relegated to
I 'wary to bring aNklg net profit to the power. The the waste basket and the scrap,heap. cold"Eggs water preserved, and use in immediately.water glass can -A a' It'Bow er"f" ;"Oh, yes," I safll "It's Bowker's all')right"Throw

banner record forWh results. has been held for -
be used for soft boiling
the last qoarUr-ceniVry t Those people who decline to respond up to November. Before boiling such it ia there, then," be said, and'dro \.wa"with'lt, wboHy sat.
: by' to the call of the .
country for eggs prick ..tiny hole in the large isned." ,
contributions to carry on the affairs end of the shell with a needle to keep

& : Ideal jlizersI pertaining elves growing to the .war continuously, will find them-more them' from cracking., They are satisfactory ; Thus tbe Bowker reputation skewing fts\aloe_ in(tbese trying, C
for frying'.until about De- times. '
lonesome. They should every one be
I cember. From that .time until the .

Sad for .....,Froe Boo OBI aD commercial ,potted for their, and lack rewarded of good deeds.The due season Is end until of'the March orual-they storage can period-that be used for They bare been used .since 1873. Let as send y\n ear Farmers'

cope .f Florida J also. 0. S Catalogue. slacker. is an abominable sort. of traior. omelettes, scrambled egus. 'custards, Almanac for 1918.
... -
cakes, and general cooking.
adrb '
Special pcB ern. .
i itXm
\ totamps. .buy War .Savings GRANDFATBERSdreDched WAREHOUSE

/ S -, Eeoea for Colic. -That'was J. T.:Burc&h.ltert, Salesman F

Wilson Toomer Fertilizer ,, The writer takes pleasure In bea,. the old way WIIi ch was uncertain and
I ng testimony in this column to the unsafe. FarrisNCoIie' Remedy does
ti Mfrs. Ideal F.rtillziirs. generous patriotism of the Kissim. away with drenching-is applied; on . Bowkerfertilizer- Work*
IDEA*, mee Valley Gazette. The entire force the hone's1 tongue> rith a. dropper: ,
- Jac1iiIviU.j1a. : rurnunn 1.a In the game and working manfully which 'cornea packed la-each' bottle. ,
to do .their share in every effort for Get it todays We guarantee it., .Waters 1a..wlay et /a. A..rl.s. .e.ii-aJ (: ......Ce. pas v; 'c:?
advancement A'Carson-Grocery CoTV: ; CORNELIUS'CHRISTIANCY -Florida Sales. ":
iwr.a. MM AtoSubscribe ; .. :It. :;
,' R... 6H Heard Bid=. :Jscluonrffle;FJ ..
Preparations made for the Kissimmee Valey ,
are being to -, .. . ...
- .launch, mighty' drive for the sale ,Gazette.. _

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'..f" GA1ETTE FRJDAT '. 118 .,&fWmRtrr .

: .. ,
J,' ,X1SSIMMEE MAN SAVES GIRLS! ITS TOUR / any person who ..n..1' "delivers milk tent ordinances' same.4 to be CtM'- 4

' : 11 In bottles to remove or accept such ,I in conformity with the plielflcatlons and sp. '
WIFELcKbv, ME. RUMINATIONS OF REX I STEP THAT ATTRACTS' milk bottles from the person to whom I oSHsreved. by State _ _
,. .the where ., Health '
-, or premises delivered.wberethcre B9ard and now 011 Me I. tkeClsslramee.
., "My....rife 'unable to'&t Is any cose of infectious office of tae City dlsrk of .
was even eaTs women too van/fi heed to' disease sold. .
pay on pr..I. All persons designated as "Deta.l& Of "UH.
.4 the Jig&teit food and h6 fallen The Irish potato is boiled. fried. Hunter's. Paradise! still present their face' laste/U ofthelrcorL' recelylns milk on any such premIses .. 8.. rlvy."' '. '

:way,to .a living skeletonShe could t.baked. mashed coaled, scalded, twisted great future expectations but DO put shall furnish proper receptacles Sec. I. Any owner of B/roperty not .
Into which, the milk shall '
be ourefrom < oomplylnsr with the- -abvverequire
_ _
not doctor's /nedtckve J .
keep ,
,.yen on tumbled and whirled about In so results. *BBSSH the original package meats before renting eWerlng-' property -. _ _
.; her< stomach'*nd .wall irturod; with many: different' ways by Kisslmmee The News Letter, a,paper'received / Section 10. The City Marshal or the for rent' shall be subject to One.

'pain.' .,On the reooifriend dation of ale )housewives that by the. time it. i. front the Agriculture Department aWashington Watch your .tepl! A brisk lively City Physician. shall at any tl/ne, have or Imprisonment or bottf such due andImprisonment _ _
I bought A of .Mayr'odhe and step is what charm/ more -tLan a the .authority to take any.reasonable as hereinafter Indicated.. _ _
rested and placed on the table indicates that crops amount of milk milk
or products from dee 1. Any #r vio
lovely but heels person persons _ _
skin have
Wonderful Remed; ad .to all you introduce it to your gullet, it can! good 'condition in all parts of the 'vo/r high any dairy wagon or dairyman ..n..c.eI lating- the provisions of the
right. now And rained forty remind of olmoet anything in I country. Improved machinery invented caused corns and IOU limp a little. In dellverins milk In ids City of LOOT* .hall upon eonvlctloav
. pound." It 1*' limple harmless you for the That's bad. elrls/and'Ou know It. Kisslmmeefor the purpose of testing II a fine *f not more than, -_ _
soup line-beans, peas okra or mac purpose of handling Corns destroy b/nuty and besides same for Impurities r ascertainInx .-r-wentr.nve. Dollars/ or Improslnraent' '
!preparation, tha removes theea- aroni. Some of our ladies must have the eropa more than makes up for grace, Its standard. / for not more than t Irty days or both

: tarrhal mucus rn the intestinal the celebrated magic wand -'whichpossesses the loss of labor caused by the war. corns ar / ery easy tq remove. Section. 11. Any pe/son violating such flne and Imprisonment la the dls.
tract and all I' the inflammation The. Rid your fee/of every corn by ask any ofthe provisions o/ the foregoing oretlon of the Maytfr. _ _
the toturn supd high price of meat and vegetables .rdlatle.-
power ing at store for ordinance, shall uponconviction, be All ordinances of parts of
which causes radically stomach Into wine were it not for Prohl. Rex does not appear to kayo severely any dr-yfe a quarterolan fined not more than Jrwenty-flve. dollars In conflict herew/th be and the same' ,

liver and i tinol ailments' I.. (ncludappendlbltic. knows whereof he speaks, for ha has affected' our citizens. The Industrious ounce of/reezono. -Thin will cost or Imprisoned Snot more than are hereby. repealed.Resd ,
ng .. Ono dose will'con that have little but i. Sufficient to remove every Thirty days or shajt be punished by a first /and second time by" _
of the opinion one had
a corresponding
been there
both such fine Imprisonment In unanimous
consent and
hard ; passed In _
callus one's
or sofy from
! PvIn Qe or mosey refunded., J.. Z. BoVssrson our intelligent cooks could make 'palmetto increase in their wages so that they; feet. / 'corn or the discretion of the Mayor, and his session this Und day of May, A., D. _

drug-gist- root palatable if necessity called -' are not affected and some of the lasy; license shall be subject to revocationSec. 1111. / _
A few ffropa lied 11. All ordinances of SEAL H. _
would ar. directly upona or parts ( ) F. .LAWBON. _
W. B. Crawford Lee Jarral' for It. Klssimme poor people on. complain if they had to tenderytouchy corn relieves the ,M>d the same are, repealed. Attest: f President .Council., _ _
will neither starve nor be compelled carry home what was given them so ordinances In /conftlct herewith, be J. R. flfTLBERT, ,Clerk. _
CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW to eat hay. Nebucadnozzar; tho not- you can't please all. soreness/and soon the entire corn Read a ftnt/and second time. and t5Prov.rt this Ilrd day of UarX''IX''
The root an/ all, lifts right. out with'ut passed In opea session, this 4th day ,,
> ed king of Babylon. did eat grass, Democratic Rooster still pain. / of June, A. D. 1111. SEAL) / JOHN & CADKU v
and while if might have hurt his shouts for Old Glory and nearly This (SEAL) / F. H. LAWSON.. M I .Mayor.' _
Of flees I 4. 6. 6, and 7 CitUensBank feeling he lived and I'dare say got splits his throat for the Red Cross reeron. 1. a rummy substance Attest: / President of Council

Building enough',in Osoeola county to feed .us I He. appreciates. the efforts of that which / dries instantly and simply J. R. Oil.BERT Clerk l'OT.CIQ) OF APPLICATION T FOR TAXI ,' '
shrivels up tho corn without inflaming APProved/this Cth day of June. A. D. > '
stiaslmmee Florida there's noble band o( women who sacri
fat. Starve nothing; gross can I .
not 'flee their of even irritating tie surrounding I JOHN a CADKL..Mayor.. Notice 'Is IHirebi..n LA '
and the cattle also: Then let's boys for the jrood of the ''akin. that -
.. conditions but do country and then faithfully! labor'' at / iit / Drought purchaser of Tax: Certifies--?
at ,
DR. W. W. CARSON grumble present would be : home for W men must keep, in mind that I No. 440 and sir. dated the t&h dify ot _ _
think the..oldlers'W1fare thus
everything that we co rnfess fet create youthful AKf ORDINANCE July A. D. 1114. has tiled-soldfertKU
DENTIST: likely to send that old kaiser to the making their own boy and all others a step cat. In my office and has mode application
who have given home comforts whlfh enhances her attractiveness. Aat OrSlnaac te Aaaewd ....... IDS .. for tax: deed to Issufc In accordance -
Office over ,Pilley ,Building grass patch. up i w. s. s. i .h.. ..*.._ 0..1..._ ot the City. with law. Bald vfertlfloates _ _
Oiriee Hours i-II. 1Oft. -. The sweet'comel next in and allurements for the of the 1at more potatoes. That is one .( Kla ___ .f ....._.... 1st. ISIS embrace the following described property ,
.** 'Phone Its Residence 'Phone It order. These signify pies, cakes noble) principle which our try has perishable of which the nation Relative .. ... Abeitlas" .f l'(......... situated InOsceola Obuntr. Flor
Oas Administered for Extraction .. and the good Lord knows 1 bal crop ..d t. the l re rvatlai .( the !*...- ida, to-wlt S .
Teeth puddings, and signals espoused.'v. s. s. a plenty. ." lie Heatltk.BB .' I Lot ISMn Block U /and Lot t 'In ,
into bow other shapes '
many Block IK of the Tow .f St. Cloud.
i this good old southern potato GIRLS! WHITEN SKIN 1 IT ORDAINED BT THB COVtfallt The said land-1. assessed at the' I
LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW will be clamped Talk about Yankee LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS:; OF THE CITY OF KI881MMEH date of the lssuan< of said certificatesH.
WITH LEMON JUICE Section 1. That Section 111 ot the In the names ofV'. Sexton and O.
instinct I
Ingenuity, the Crackers' Revised Ordinances of the Cur of Kis W.- HefTman. ) said cert locates,
comes into play when necessity demands Make lotloi-Tor slmmee of December 1st. I" be shall be redepned, according to iaw5, _ _
it. Then there' the pumpkin a beauty a cents PfOTICH, OP ELECTION amendedto read-as follows] / tax: deed wll ..ue thereon on the' 17thnless _ _
Waring Building. to remove" tan, freckles, .al1n_' -- "See. 1(.. It shall be the duty of day of June ,,0\. D. 1112. _
squash and so mrny other varietiesof In' compliance with Chapter. /4171. the City Marshal wherever an excessive I I. L. OVBRSTRBBT. _
vegetables with numerous CAttle Your has the lemons and Laws of Florida 159$, notice growth of weeds or ebnoxlous (Seal) Clerk Circuit Court
Weifhardly grocer any that an election will be/hold at be found lot or Oseeola. Florida
Johnston' plants may upon any County
Fat O. P. and hogs on our ranges.
.OorreM sheep of drug,store of toil* ? counter wil supply Center lark, Osrrola Count,./ Florid.. lots, In the City, and any pools of water By ft H. BUUXCK. D. C. lt-6t
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW be brought to the necessity you with three'' younces of orchard In Knrclal Tax School 1)1.lmet No. 6, are, or are likely to be. whether. .
eating the numerous cats and dogs white for the on Saturday., July 6th A. V. 111. for such lot 01" lots be oceu pled/or vacant AN ORDINANCE!!, )t?
\\l that have their abiding place in our a fey cents. Squeeze the purpose of determining who shall to; notify the owner, or agent" of such -- ;' _ _
when juice of two fr/sh lemons into a bottle mrrva. as school trustees/of said district owner or occupant In writing- In person AN ORDINANCE for' the purpose of 7
OffIces 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Baal city as did tho town of Boson then put ijr the orchard white ,and for two yrars next fffttr the election or by m.1.e'' to clear away and remove maintaining order. In the City or jr -
1 :* Building it was beseiged bv the enemy. shake well. / his makes quarter ,' and to .fix the number of mill. said or to/ fill In said KJaslmrnee. by prohibiting speech,
Klsslmmes. Flo. Our city council .in adopting san- of district school' tax Ui be levied and pools of water within such reasonable or conduct disloyal to the Unit..y
? pint of'the /very beat lemon skin collected for the said two States -America while the '
I done the annually time as the said City Marshal may direct Unite4 ,
tary measures, has certainly I whitener' a/d complexion beautifier years. / : and any such person failing to States-la war with a, tor.4Zn if
right thing and the appointnxat of known. this' The following rer appointed. to act comply with such notification shall be power. ,
Dr. Rivers as city physician gives yMassage fragrant, at aald election; J/ A. Bark...,. J. M. lined not exceeding 0.00 or Imprison* BE IT ORDAINBD by the City CncI'..
of their rood Judgment creamy 1 lotion daily into the face,neck Sharp and II. V. Martin, Inspectors; C,, ment not exceeding-.. I0 days, and shall of the City of Klsslmmes:
further. evidence arms an The doctor is certainly loved freckle / tan sallowness v edness and Done by ordenrof the Board of Public of such weeds or obnoxious speech. .r conduct disloyal to ti United -
JiiFIIMERSELL G and respected by every patient over. ,' Instruction $n and for the Countyof plants or the cost ft filling; In such States- of America whll./ h. said
whom he has stood. Rex tter.rd a boy roughness disappear and how smooth, I' Osceola. State. of Florida., this. 6th pool. of water; provided, that If the United States Is at war wlUf the Imperial .
soft and clear the skin becomes. Yes day.-of ., ne. A. .D. tm. owner or occupant Of said lot or lotsfalls German OoveramentVor. any of
fJ who was In an extremely critical condition It i is/harmless and the' beautiful W, a.Atte.t BA 8 I to ' notice,' the it. allies. or either of then? be and bes ,
: ://il.h"lhh-'d: : '
make the remark after the : : Chairman. City .r the work hereby declared to be/a disturber'of ,
I'm to : sult4 will .surprise you. C. E. TOWELUSuperintendent. done and the cost thereof shall be the public peace, and/upon convlo- -'' ._____
: doctor had left: "Pa going '_ W.II.II_ 25StNOTICE taxed against the property affectedand ,, lion before the Mayosf he' shall be
get well just to please the doctor PRAYER THOUGHTS OF FAST DAY a lien. In favor of the City of KIsslmmes punished by a ins 0 /not, more than
he's so good to me that j don't" .want ) OF ELECTIONIn bs created against the proper. five hundred dollars, Jbr Imprisonment
him fooled. Our Father In Heaven to The I would ty whereon sal .Fire, Life, Acci ent and the hue pray.! compliance .with Chapter 467. Section 1. All Ordinances and parts days., or both such>nne and 'Imprisonment .,
William Temple has Joined Com.* lift up the war .burden from Law. of Florida,, 18... notice Is hereby of Ordinances In conflict herewith, bend at the dlsere/lon of the Court.- ,
Health Plate Gl Lia- and cry over the potato crop having all hearts today; arlven' that an election will lie held at the same are. hereby repealed. Section 1. Thlsrdlnance shall take
,. a., purchased a considerable quantity, Come doyn. from Thy throne. ola,. merciful Whittier and Lokoaee, OsoeSla County., Read a first and second time by effect Immediately upon- It. passage. 'I,
District and passed In Section 1. AM Ordinances or porta
and Lord. Florida In Special Tax BcbOol unanimous consent open
bility and Boiler I .ur nce. boiling them! for his horse, cow: Strike on Thy harp. the strings. of >. on Saturday. Julw *th. A. D. session, thlsy4th' day, of .June, ,A., D. of. ordinances &; conflict' herewith are'
: rU8. hereby .
chickens. accords, for the purpose of/ determiningwho 191.. 118:1 "
Rex regrets this war as much'a.. shall serve .. trustees of said (SEAL) / F. H. L.AWSON.It Read a t and second time ; p'
Legal Bonds Executed: in the Come :'very near' U., our heads are district for two years ilext after the test! / President of CounciL unanimous /onsent and unanimously
anyone. but glories spontaneous bowed down I election and to flx the nAimber of mill. J. Iv GILBERT. Clerk. sssed In often session this Ilk 4.".of
outburst of enthusiasm which il In bumble submission on humility's I of district .chool tax to be levied, and Approve this (th day ot June, A..b.lit' . May, A. D. U', -

Same' Day Need< has created. As a nation we were so around. : lollected annually for the said two / #P.. 'H, LAWSON. '
in commercial and other Give to our ears the sound from above y..r. I JOHN a CAD ./ President of Council. _ _
engrossed That sends to our hearts the peace The following are/appolnteel to act 1II.It' Mayor._ Attesk/, R. OILBRRT. ,
that wo required somethingto (Seal) f' -City Clerk.Approved .
pursuits that we love. at' .ald election: / .
arouse us and to cause us to throw WMttler: H. S. II'*rUe. C. Ci Arnold AN ORDINANCE / this Ith,day, of Mar. A.-D.
OFFICE: Stall Balk Bulldiir.X and face the Item Come, apeak to each. widow and each and M. A. Stalling/; Inspectors; J. A
off our lethargy .... . 14 / JOHN 8. CADBU
orphan child lomersett. Clerk. / A. 0. Resr la. l the *(! f
realities of national existence. Had A 'word to relieve their feelings BO Lokoice: Qeo. jFertle J' B..' Owens 0....... Ca.. to ... Used Is/the City / Mayor, of *h. City .
Germany conquered the Allies she wild. and (I. C. Miller./nspectors; F. M. Ed. .I K..I__... 1 ll-ft of Kisslmmee.TrOTICB '
have caused untold misery Come let Thy love .hlne In their:. BeatIso rii.C1erk. p1.CHERIFFSALq'
'warm .. Done; by ordegrof the Board'pf Pub- DE IT ORDAINED BT TH B COlh*CILi
W.THOMPSONFuncral and distress before, we could have That vena-eanoe shall 10. to them lo- Instruction and for the Countyof -. OF THE CITT OF KISSIMMBB: : Ia. 'C..sty Ce-ort. .bseeola. 4.t* '
placed ourselves in a position'for. Its .sweet charm. of Florida, this the Section. That all vessels-Used'for Florist .

tional defense. We were rapidly 8tb-o.eeol"f&at.! Ar D. 1615. the reception of garbage In
Director merging Into a. nation of speculatorsand Help, _how can -w., how'can. wet' I C. BASS. of Kisslmmee' must beef .tlcf Crenshaw Brothers Produce o18paay'
'aay. Chairman.
slss to Insure the handling of such vs.Qraystons. '
the Huns watching for an opportunity I1elpi, oh Lord.. for our .enemies C. -TOWELU garbage In a sanitary f and Hotel Company. J .

A could have landed her ; to pray. Superintendent., , , ZletAN must h* constructed or some durabl.. Notice I. herlbv.. rivun ,t.n.t..' _ _
AN.llCfNSED shores at an opportune Abt' the chasm ,Is deep between 'us- *and ----- metal, free from leaks'' and holes with *nd by virtue of.:an-exeeul, issuing
forces our
'On them ORDINANCE a strong well fitting/ metal top. and I out of the County Court of
moment and caused ruin and devastation A river of blood they have spilledof such top or tops mot be placed securely County; Florida. In ab< e

EMBALMCR to a. portion of our country our men. ' '?'*. *<, j." Am OrtflM*** .....lata.. the Sal .f. over said vessel or vessels, at cause on the 17thdayit < r _

and created more trouble and distress But on. thins .there' ,'Is-. 'fort V, thi.' "< )jean!> ,', Milk" !. the City .t KlMlatsM' all contain times any that garbage.Section said} .vessel or vessels, he favor defendantIn of the plaiittU a Ii

than can be produced by a war atone, 4'-, -v("'fj miuiw-i1".'!. IT.'ORDAtNBD BT THB COONC1L I.Any person or persons levied upon the .ftJ .. -

SUre and Chapel Btewart AT*. abroad let It continue ever ao long.- The... blood of.,"our'Savior. . ,a and a S His IB violating any of the provisions of this property InOsoeolaif nty FI ;
On Sunday w. had the pleasure of blood alon.Abroa4 .: ,.._-", :::orrn'cITr.. KISSIMMBB: ordinance "/upon conviction, be dining tables, ,.. Slnlng chairs. '4 _ _
Klsslranee.! Inour hearts'It must'b.'shed. Section 1.No person himself or ... Ined not more than Ten Dollars or side boards' lot. dishe and lot linen 'a' '
dining with our good friend George That we may not avenge the. live. he servant or agent of another shall imprisoned not /more than Ten day., as the property of t ,Qraystone Ho. ,
Davis and his admirable family. of our dead. sell or deliver or have In his custody or be punished rby both such fine and tel Company defend t.; and I will on

: There we found many good things or possession with Intent to sell or imprIsonment In the discretion of the the first day'of .lu ,- ItII the same
The arms7 of our men are flne and deliver, milk or milk products mayor. / r beingthe rul. day said month. offer-
M. TILllER put up in a way that not every housewife strong. until en.r shall have first ob. See. .. Aly ordinances 'er parts of for sale at public utory between tho _ _
knows how to prepare. Rex is Quite equal to the task though It tamed license therefor.. In the ..lImof rdlnances In/conflict herewith be and legal hours of e at the Oraystono
always .c rtatn of a good meal when may take lang ., Twenty-fire cents for each milk repealed.' !Hotel situatedilmmee 0 Broadway In KIs-
Real Estate .I their table.\ His But Lord many would fall In their : cow from which milk or milk products; second time by Osoeola County. Florida, thoperty. j
Agency i h. sits down to sins so deep, : I. so aOld or offered for sale after appll- unanimous Consent and passed In open sold mentioned .' and sell the
.. daughter Doris showed me her cirtiflcate As from a great mount Into an abyss cation forsuch license has been approved session this 4th day, of March,, A. D. same to the II best and best .blddsriceola ,
of scholarship from the high to leap. I by the Board of Health of said Ills. tor cash.Sheriff". '-
Realty bought anei sold. which made creditable Mty. The term person herein shall (SEAL F., H. LAW80N. H., INGR it.K.
school certainly a ) .
Andthi.w.would. not. though an II include any Individual or Individuals Attest; President of CounciL . County Florida. _ _
...... _.
House. rented. }I. t ahowing. .n.. h. h ftrm or'corporation.- J. GILBERT Clerk. B) J. ROBT. CASd'BELL*, .
_ _
and Tile verified Blackberries in abundance are What .does tbl.-mean;: T The chan..e Section 1. All dairymen shall Imme- A day of June,. A. Deputy Sheriff,
;t.Taxes; paid *: I. In. Altman '
; outskirts of and me. lately notify the City Marshal when, .ffia7Oth orrow, "
2 for non-retidenUl I found on the our Ten hours ago I'd sent straight to hell any additional cows are added to their ; a CADEL, Attys.. r Plaintiffs. U-4t _ _
; ; J"F' ( the advantage taken of them by very sTbe .oul of the .
man whom on. of dairy herds and a license .. above set I-Et Mayor.MASTER'S I
;1; are. Life and Accident lav I many of our citizens certainly makes ours felt out shall ba obtained before milk or nOTICE' ; OF ADMINISTRATOR

!; : a splendid showing. Besides this, milk products from such additional SALE!! (For Flawl DIae.....) :
.uranc. I did not want peace; oh, no-not till cow or cow. Is offered for sale In saidSection' I* c..rt of c...., ....... State'ot
hook and line
I ,' Indemnity Bonds. I lake fishing with produce : whenA cn,. Under a decree ; Sale entered. In Klerlds OaoNlsi C.mmtT. .
fine results. Fish are very plentiful life for each man and then OD.a..aln !. No dairyman shall be slowed the Circuit Court of OnceolsCounty, I. re Estate .t Willis. Weekvrly-t _
and another method of to sell or offer for sale milk or 'Florida In a chancery causs betweenVvilliazfl Notice la hereby given, to all whom
........o....... .....,... present the Td taken and laid upon the altar of milk products. In the City of Kisslm O. Peck ham,' complainant and It may concern that on the 10th day

I giving hard times a ely tap' on, blood, mee until all dairy stock over. six Seminole Land Investment Company of September, A. D. l,ll, I shall' apply
...... .. ... wing. And heard the 'clods fall with a months old owned by such dairyman et aL defendants-1 will evtoosa to sale to the Honorable T.,M. Murphy. Judge':'
The food combination appears to sickeningthud..' hall have been test/d by a, veterinarIan by rublle auction at the/ ourt House of said Court as Judge of Probate, formy "'

little excitement in consequence w.II'man..l approved by thq City Council aaldeat door In Kisslmmee, Florida. on Monday final discharge as Administrator of _ _
be Over
creating hi.
a body d with shot to be made wit Tuberculin. Each July 1 between the legal the estate of William deceased
of theexact. equalization Can this be human, or Is It not cow so tested shall/be marked In. such hours of \\.Uit.. I, ft,' I and 4 of ; and that at th. same time I
i i CW. GRIFFIN 1 .j.jI being held to. Those >who believe Yes, thl. Is human. (lth. an unchanged a way .. to Indicate that she has been Block !II.or. the Town of Be Cloud will present to said Court my. flnal accounts p
should heart. inspected and app jv.d by such veter according- the plaf of said Town. as Admlnlstrator/of/ said estate,
Jiave been wronged
they I'did..not then1,have to'play a part. narlan. and they nay. be re-tested as .lied In ,the Clerk'soffice of Osceola and ask for their approval.

to Mr. Pledger and that gentleman often .. 'may be( deemed necessary County aforesaid August 11.' 10*, and Paled Und April. .A. I>. Itll. _ _
I : Staple and Finer will make. It right.. Lord. I thank'Thee. today Thou hast but shall be teste, not less' than ones recorded: in I'lst Q6ok "B" pages H3rd A. B.IDROUQHT.'
and Mrs. changed! ray -mind; In each ;year. Te fee for such test S4. -J -lam4mo.. \ Administrator;
of Mr.
The presence, I thank Thee that then I was only hall be paid by the owners of the Terms cash., II,0.410 depositequlr. .
i Brlgga and daughter, Vlvyen, in this blind;'- tock tested. If upon Inspection and .d from purchaser) at time of 4al,. NOTICB.! OF ADVINISTRATOM _ _
; GROCERIES' city was an ..episode which will ever Blinded with rage an Infuriate beast.. est any cow' la oundto be diseased /LEWIS 0-BRYAN. (... FI..I Dlerharge. )
remembered society eoplethroulrlh Which souslitno freedom for that with, tuberculosis the condemned cow Special Master In Chancery I. Curt .. V..sty <.....*.. Itals .. _ _
be by our time at".least. or cows shall beers branded with the let- Msssey Wa1low, FIends Oseool* **.t,. -
the young lady of the family. T. B.. and It shall be the duty of Complalnanjrs Solicitors. t4-4t Is .. Estate .. Fred Devil "
; Fre.Deflveryto *)1 Part* Miss Vivyen was gay and piquant, in I r t thank Thee. that'now for them I can the owner to rer$ove such Notice is hereby given to all whom
Which and good breedin Ira, : _' from his premises and, kill .or NOTICB(OP 'SHERirr i SALE It may concern that on fie '
of the Ct politeness 'I ., 'from .them take each sin otherwise dlsposi of same. .., of September. A. D. lilt I shall apply
were paramount. For young and old away Section '4. No much cow shall b. Notice 'is hereby given that tlnd..rand to the Honorable T: M. ilurpry. .lodge ______
her ladyship had the same wlnninway As even Thou hast from me this hour old or offered foF sale within the City by -virtue of that certain writ of of said Cosrt .. Judge of Pro!>>Ue.< for _ _

and the many recipients,- of her And sent me' a .portion" of Thy holy Jmlts of' Klssln mee. until said cow execution bearingdate the tf th day of my t.n discharge eeI" Administrator _ _
power.. JOur or cows .have bn Inspected a. hereinbefore April illS and Issuing out of and of estate of Deal, d, ceasedj'nd _ _
leave _ _
kindness, regretted to have her specified, and the vendor of under the seal of the Circuit. Court of that at the same time I will pre-
For. Indigestion 4:>n.tlpaUoa or and the prospects of her return in men so: chivalrous' .young and any. such cow or cows shall furnish a Osoeola. County Florida, ,.upon .which ant to.-said Court my deal accounts
:; BllWusneasJast / I the future is the, only consolation brave ertlflcate with < .ich cow sold a judgment. was recovered In said as Administrator of- said estate, and
Have strength! and weapon. our Section I.. No nilk or milk product. Court by MacDonald procery Com- ask for their approval. .
', try one EO-cedt bottle of LAX-FOS they have for her absence. country to av.. lobe offered (of sale In the City of any,' 'a. : 'corporation/ as plaintiff Dated. April. Mod, A. D. 1 U.
l WITH PEPSIN. \A Liquid Digestive We bad -the pleasure of'.meetingour Though death and "destruction ,await Klsslmnnee shall. be handled In anyplace gainst. C. W. Dann Iff M. Pfann andC. A. B. DROUGHTlam _
Made and friend. Pat Johnston at -the1 office them at sea where sueS: milk will be liable L. Hyatt. as defenflants. .. L. H. !!- [ Administrator.
I Laxative) pleasant take.. Enough and to, spare, there certainly. to become contaattle mlnated. and dairy ngram, as sheriff of/Dsceola .. WOTICH "OF EXECUTOR! '""" _ _
3 recommended to the Jubllo by Paris Medicine of MI'-ICribbe Pat Is one of our will be. shall not lbs. pastured where Florida have leviedupon CounlYi -. (F.. FlBsil SJIseharge),

;' manufacturers' Laxative Bromo good safe -reliable lawyers; young -- here are stream pond. or-other Water offer,'for sale end ell at the, CourtHouse '
with But heavenly Father, great power found to b contaminated "With of said Osceeia County Flor. I. Coairt ..' :-1.
compared many of our.most experienced <$ Ceaaty: Quinine! an4 GroY!.-Tasteless chill Tonic. I but 'In Thou haut .."'.tr.. I < . Id.,- in the City of /Cl..lmm.e., during Coasty. Slaty of Florl bure ).
practitioners strong An Almighty God Thou host' been In Section e. ...Allulred lalrymen shall be re- the legal hours of Shle. on Monday., the
any !cause which he undertakes, undaunted the past: to keep their premises In a rat- day of July /1111.. the following I. Estate ef Llselo Moseleyt
",,' COOOTOTKE LAST DROP by anylegal 1 that can b. Use Thy' power now I bed of Thee, leanand sanlts y condition", and allpersons described property: - Notice Is herebyglven to all WhOM
., Lord. In the handling of Lot three (21 Jt Block N of W. A.
employe* It
him1 Ills
against he'll that .
brought fight m.y Concernof on the list day '_ _
In makingthe nations do away with '
milk or .milk roduots shall keep Patrick' .ddltlo / to Klsslmnnee City,
; .luly/A. D. I shall
& out of the severest with their sword.. ' applyto the
way tangle themselves clean All wells. .prlnll' Florida, aceordlnfr to a recorded plat honorable '1'. MMnrphy.
credit and honor. : and cisterns supplyingwater forthe t thereof recorded In the office of the Judge of said.
f,; Court, a. Judgs *' ,
MflXWELLHOUSE Our recent visit. to Mr John Draw.dy' Comfort away, our trench. men from.. rU5'far. u.. of dairy.sto shill be reasonably Clerk of the Circuit Court of Osceola. flnal discharge .. Probate Executor for'my of th4'' '_____
W free from any npurce of possible Inectlon. county, Florida, the said property being
found'that. gentleman in moderate Give them the.: victory, Lord, oh do -All ut.- .alls used In milking levied. upon as of the state hat at of the Llssle Ko.eley, deceased and
health. Miss Dora has been It today! ' constructionthat samef time I will present >
should be of sin pie said Co W., Dann.
: hloding _splendidly through all Give them. not treasures. nor' moneynor hey may b. the rousrbly sterilised before L. '1(. INGRAM. my estate, and accounts askor;aa Executor of said
tip :
land their approval. s1
H-Bt Sheriff
milk must Osceola .
Using Sanitary palls County Florida.AN.
if their troubles. Nolan under the skilful Dated .January ".
But lend (them Thy. spirit, a true be .used. I < 21t.o1>. IIU.
: management of Cr. Rivers has .,Vuldlnir hand. All utensils, IncludIng bottle's for ORDINANCE t-to..m. EQGL8TOj' WILBOURN; _ _

( about'recovered from a severe attack Willie Lindsay Dugg-ar.. ::; delivery of .mi Ik must* tie thoroughly __, Executor.-:
COFFEE w- ., _ _ cleansed and ste Illsed. and kept Ta a An Ordinance Requiringthe" Instal ziovIca-. ($i IIIXIIICI/TOa'/ _
of and the wellIt
typhoid fever baby : place free from flies and. dust until lation of Sanitary Privies In those (F. ..... D4seksira-e)'I- -I
can, 'Just tell 'you in its language WATCH,TnETUCE} sed. The ,, Clt Physician and the Section.' of the-City of, Kisslmmee 'a. Cease ot. vwwvy ....... ''WVVVfW i _ _
If"you .neglect' it yon will certainly chlcksXjnvese' parasites sap thevery' CIty Marshal t isll designate. what Lying- Outside of the 8e..nalUm. C.sia T. .ta-isj.o* FlerMo.f.

ASK YOUR CROCECT hear from, that.quarter.: "- life bR> \ reculatSection $ons.milk. . the Materials-- Plans and I. .? Estate .f!>. w.>-UEBI ,. .' _ _
the hen at nigbSsdlh B. A. Thomas'
In Specifications
T. All wsrons used whereof Same Shall b* Notice la heretosrlvsnj to air wheat-
WIle.."..Yoa Kewd a OeWal Toelc Louse Killer and Ab qv troubles are the- delivery 'ofowner such milk and milk Constructed. _.. - It may concern.I that 0... the let day,o*,
., T ended. It also UBs bJJfcsk products shall hVve the nsm> of the BB IT ORDAINED BT THIS COUNCIL Aus-ust. ,,0\.' D. nils.r J' shall apply to-. '
cucumer -
LANKS a. or proprl tor or dairy painted OJ'l'RB/ CITTOF KISSIMMBB: tb. I1onOrbl..3LM.rpy) /..lud...of. '
: The Oil Stondar 1Tute1easebULTonicI. > tontator(ans7;squash !>inea. We thereon In prominent letters and all Section, I., 'That" the owners .of all Bs.14-Court.. aa/jBdre-. of.Prebatev-for' ,,

_l1 I' LIVER PUJZ eqntUy- valuable -a. a sell It to you aa5 it it does not make such wagons. skU "be kept Beat ,.andI. property occupied either by t.... said ,ny dust dlsch4rse as JBxssutor- thestste .: "" _ _' .' owners or" .._ts b*i required .within ef 3olnW.,
c3._sssd General Toaio becawse It contains the rood, wqf'.will. "Water* A Carson Gro- 'Bain. .tt..4.-1;
Beot1on' dairyman or'ploy. em- Thirty-days after the, passage o( this and! that at tie earns time t win ....- *.r"*
WtlTknown Umio properties QUXNXNB tory- Ca.-_ of. such ,diryman, shall Imme.ilately '.Ordinance to eenstrMct. or to have seat my"anal aoooKnts as Bxeovtor -**,
and IRON.' It acts on the Liver Drives WB.L- reportany .Ickn_- In his ontracted to construct sajtltiry pr4r- said estate. ojid ask for"their a .
- oat Malaria, Borichea.the Blood ad A. want,'ad,.-In the,Valler- Gazette fsmlly-or .monr j ila-Cmployeea' >> to.'tae. ... ..po" aU '.f such sold property intb.i.tyof I>ated;January II, ,A,, IX Ids.THUIUrrON .-
;( "' Lit,' Marshal fr Str Fhyslclan.: / jBectiea' kl..h....- as Ia"'..otconnscttd ', - ',-' flMTPHr .
: will
If ,BafJda.MB the...Whole. ftnassn.. CO..... rant mar spar* *. .ala f.r .f 9rJ with the sewers on4er tb.e I '
\ _. ' '- * .: ft-shall;. t.1M pre0-,<., 'I'. !f' .- _1.__ '
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____ .FOUR -.. -- THE KISS1MMEE VALLEY :(lAiETTE.; FRlbAY! 'JUNE '7, 1918.KISSIMMEE ______________________

- years and for their- great kindness to .***. ** *. *, .*.* ***. I string. them and break- into short lion Co: of Tampa, vs. Osceola :Coun- board, stated toha(. In-hi.' piftloft, tjresponsibility \,

,VALLEY GAZETTE him personally. A* soon as his recovery . lengths. Pack firmly into the jar, ty, which the county had won in the appeared to rest upon.;
f will permit he expects to be ONLY AMERICA N HELP cover with cold water and add a teaspoon Jower court, had been reversed by the state and the contractor on the account
- back in work and wherever boil for the court which verdict of lack of investigation 4
1PIhhIIIbt1t the again ----' of salt to each quart; Supreme ,
B..IT. Frump be 1 i. located he will always feel a hour each of three successive threw the back for re-trial. It condition of the roadbed prior to the
"On aid on case
,11# ....._ v...., G._.'. Vpamp your are boundl** A of the brick, but that 4t: wa -
real Interest in this and will directed "Corn" A stated that his client had lost laying
1UaaI__ FI.rlda county supplIes of men, feed, and mat*. days a* under further '
decide what to
be glad to, be of service to any one data on till* side a boundl'*** demand . mall pod of red pepper placed in Interest in the case and suggested up to the board to -do

W. .. Harris. ......*_. who wishes to write to him. for their help.' the bottom of
K. CU VMS ASTSWW, ........... While) the community welemelMr( Our men *r* and flavor to this vegetable. the suit would be dropped. The county Commissioner Overstreet finally
Hlghfill to his new duties it genuinely warvwsary Other vegetables be canned in took .action in the matter.A. made, a motion that the road be accepted
i ......... N.. II their nerve ...". been strained may n* the to '
.. ....tI.. K.t..i county work and ,wishes for. him a by more than three year of and succotash should be boiled for an ser, who w.s present, asked that the $200.00 as a guarantee that the com

J1, Oaa fcopjr. One >Year.._....__._.._,J.00On speedy and complete restoration of hard, relentless toiL hour and a half instead of one hour. board meet in special session Saturday pany make' the repairs at the proper
Copy, Six Months............ LOO health. mOw position Is critIcal, particularly .. a When canned "properly vegetables the 8th, when A. B. Herndon's time at the usual rate, plus any increase ., ,
,Oas Copy, Three Months........... .7* "w. .. s until the next harvest, should retain their attractive color final estimates on the state's portionof in freight and material, the '

All communication except from our COUNTY ADM. PLEDGER but the United State' can save and lose, very little of their flavor.It the Loughman road would be presented money to be paid when the' state"department -

_ MthorlMd correspondents must .>. SPEAKS ON CONSERVATION us. aa will be found almost Impossible to to ,them. The matter yas disussed accepted the road. Com. '
....... by the writer. You Americans hv the men, detect any difference either in tasteor and it was finally decided towilt missioner Guy seconded the motion. '

c .al Rejected.*s called matter(or.Bntered .' wfll' not b. returned 'By; urgent invitation- of Dr. J. D.Sibert a ,the skill, and the material"'te aa in appearance between the canned vntl1 the reg'ular meetingIn Chairman Mack put the motion to, a: ,

of the First Methodi.tchurch save the allied cau..." 111 'and the fresh articles. if these Jul'. vote;; Yeas, Commissioners Over-'
( In the Pontofflco at Kleelm.M. 'pastor Food Administrator SIR JOSEPH MACLAY. directions are carefully followed.The 1. H. Gillesoie of the Alabama ParIng street and., Guy. Nays, Commissioners -

ri ._Florida, as second-class matter.) Milton,Pledger County addressed the congregation a British Shipping Controller. valatile oils which give flavorto Co., asked t.hat'two-t.hiTd. of his Hilliard and Bass. Chairman '

in an earnest talk on food a most vegetables are not .lost during final estimate, viz.: $6000.00, be paid Mach then voted yea, and the motion / '

conservation Sunday night at the * * * * ** * * * **- this process of sterilization. ,ow. Contnltssloner Guy made a motion carried.
regular eervlce.I Cooking for three short ,periods ina to that effect, which was seconded ---- -

The usual order of opening service w.s.s. closed container at a comparatively by Commissioner Overstreet and

I was followed though( it wa no- GOVT. WANTS MEN FOR EN.LISTMENT low temperature instead of cooking .carried. Classified Advertisements 4

ticed that the special music by the IN TANK SERVICE for one short eriod at a high temperature The board then adjourned.. 5

choir was in harmony with a patriotic or for one long period in av. a. B.I '
theme. an open vesael'makes the vital difference 8ALK Kord touring oar In Rood '
Jacksonville, Fla., June 6.-Men COUNCIL MOVING FOR CLEAN FOR -
and insures freshness of flavor 407 Bt. -lpOU .
Dr. J. D. flibert introduced the condition. Apply Vjfl
speaker with a few 'appropriate enlistment age and draft subjectswho and color. After the jars have MILK AND GOOD SANITATION Staude"
call for early and spectacular been sterilized and tested, they SAL.B=One Mak-a-trac- ''b
the had
been words requested, saying that by the national pastors food action in France !have an opportunity should be kept in the dark, &s the (Continued,from, Page One)" tor.Fully"Used"< only,. *ten>'1,days by Oood th.. Com Junk. x;:

administration to devote some timeto to gratify their desire by enlisting .I sunlight 'will soon destroy* the color represent the city in assessing taxes. pah)', Mah. in ss'etrer, J<- E. Mat- ',, l -

the consideration of the food ques in ,or being inducted into the 'tankcorpswhich of the vegetable. H. M. Breaker made a bid of $300 -tock, Mt Dor VKla. 5t ,
Farmers' BulletinNo. 359.COMMISSIONERS .
tion. He said people were becoming which Gay Livingston :
is on a par with the was duplicated by WANTKO. second-hand Jfrnt. What
FRIDAY. JUNE 7 1918 convinced that the final' issue of the mudb-sought-after:! aviation section W..II and A. E. Thomas. The vote '' have you?' Call A. Itoncn. phone

war would be decided by the food lI\ whi. h there is no call for enllo- HELD BUSY was cast by ballot which .resulted in' 224. ., 1' ZS.frc

supply, and with that in mind there ments at present. SESSION, LAST WEDNESDAY three votes for Mr. Thomas and one FOR SALE-ElKhty acres; IS i're.

_ _ "What is so rare as a day in Jun ." could be no more religious subject to Men are trained for tank serviceat for Mr. Breaker the chairman not cleared and under fence: S aprea' In
place before his congregation therefore Voting. Mr Thomas was decjared boarlnir orange grove; ".0011I' worthof
Camp Colt Gettysburg, PH., andit (Continuel! from "r>age 1)) : :
he invited Mr. Pledger to for 1918 rf cypress timber on tr Xti! ; four.
The political \'Onis over for another occupy is estimated that two MOnths aro K. Milliard made a motion that nlat:; tax assessor at a salary room hous and kltchejrT Also (0 ,' ,
the entire time
'I I usually devoted to required a man. ovoseas. -- :' $300.,_ _ _ _ _ _ head of cattle and a''God bunctof '
year '
.... ___ the sermon and .more if he desired to alert-kinded be accepted and filed when right of \ lid'' range hog looee pfi the ranfrv.
l rdo so. .L Red-bloodedt men way is deeded also. that the road CONG. SEARS. REPl BRYAN .'armlngtoola/ and/Implements. I....- '
German wanted for this fighting branch ,
1918 profanity-M the t. are be continued a short distance west cated near KenanSvllle. Price ,GOO,'
Mr. talk of Ue
.fOd be dammed.** 'J Pledger's wa a in which there is a special- call for NOMINATED JUNE PRIMARY half cash balap term to ult- ...IX .'
to the, farm. This would the
cidedly practical nature. wasting lit- poor put kenaXsvlllp.
those with mechanical experience. H.' Guy. ; Kla ,a >.tt: g ,
tle time in preliminaries but strikingat road in the plat book, making It a''
send SmileAge ]I The method of / tMs}
; And don't forget to a enl/raining (Continued from Page One)
book to the boys in the the -heart of the,question, thoughhe branch is outlined in the following county road. Seconded by A. F.. FOR SALE] CHEAP-t Int..nd"to'. sell ,
camps.,,: very cleverly centered his remarks statement from the recuiting officer and carried. Ba.'j comprehensive tabulation, but it is both of my bungalow right away.
A bill for disinfectant for If you are Interested In a real. bar-
$ '
round of
two be
passages certain that W. J. Sears will returned -
scripture for Florid ,
: Klssimmee boys are ,making good : for the Rain write to me about,th.m or callto
: wherever they put them. Its Corporal "Love thy neighbor as thyself and "To those who of'military "IT jail was presented by a Mr. 1 to ongress .front the fourth I see ma. The Curre residence. I. ?
Bob" Bullock now. "Then work out thjr alvation with and who desire to enter n purely Wilson representing' a Broklyn firm. district by a very large majority located on Verona St.", ha. two lots
fear and trembling.! : fighting branch of the service an un- He said the bill was five'years old Frank Clark has won in the second a nice six-room cottage large work

- 'Gainesville is to get' '$2.000,000 for He told of the necessity for the usual opportunity is offered by cal'sfor and pressed a settlement The sheriff I district over Charles E.. Davis by a shop lent. flowing good garage welU& 'nlco Price lawn right.excels The.
: castor bean plant which will be conservation of meat and wheat and enlistment In the tank corps. was present, stated that he big maiority. In the third districtthe Red Bung-alow.yCorner Mabbette and>
gave statistics to show what was.being would not o.k. the bill in ita'present indications that J. Walter. Ke- Dermuds.. n..w"n.ver. occupied, sTood
in the south. Florida is "To be eligible for this cervice a are
-c the only one this denial. lIe amount but would o.k. one for $212, size lot. bulll'of best. materials. Anyone
rarely coming into her own.. accomplished by man must be between the ages. of 18 I hoe has been defeated by J. II. Smith Interested In either of these
.. t was strong In his approbation; of the' and 40, physiciall fit .in every way, as the stuff was notisatisfactory and wick. In the first district II. J. propcrtlffir-Avlth. ., real Intention to buy
We've had much to about Osceola. county; people and said ft and must have hAd experience in mechanical : the barrels had leaked. ,The board Drane had no opposition. can buy/lhem. low, below their value.
never was only the exception to find lack of lines. There isn specialcall offered to return the barrel on hand I James B. Whitfield will be returned and HKfnntfe any reasonable tonnn. '
- the discrimination against woman and $200.00 which 1 Chas A*. l>ow, SI So. .tve.
offer Oruifra
of this most : pay was ac
important the bench
to 1
court by a -
but.those "womanless weddings" told for Tien who aro familiar ,with However supreme OrlaoQo, I Ia. .-tr---c ,
Florida war measure- He urged a continuance automobiles and engines (heavy cepted. agent, upon investigation very flattering mA tority. ,
bout in a number of south gas J
.of this support and closed by reported that the barrel j I J. Will Yon wins for state auditor, DWELLINGS .
towns do seem to be a little one-sided. trucks, motorcycles tractors, garage for Apply""o." M.> .
'.-, referring to the first quotation and I workers, also machine gun operators, on hand had'' not been shipped by his defeatin Lancaster.Van I Tiller. *-* /
n A: Mr. 'Horntooter- is. said to beamong saying we'were ,justf beginning to cooks, .. lerks, wireless buzzer opera- company. Whereupon the clerk wasInstructed C. Swearingen will be returned J'- I
the recent arrivals' Sn the get a vision of the real fight for the ton and those generally'experiencedIn to draw a warrant for. .$250in as attorney general, defelltinl'Cromwell FOR at attractive 8ALB- <'Ond-hanV.0rd'prlceiOiccala MotorCo. ;;-
full for the claim.
tate. He, should make a good resident brotherhood of man. .' ., mechanical lines. Gibbons by a big majority. .. 807 Broadway" /' _
The board contracted
Mr.',Pledger, was listened to .with with Jeff For tax commissioner in One
if he does not follow the example "Those dooiring to enlist or be inducted group
_ of here already; and toot closest attention throughout talk. into the tank corps are 're- ,O'Quinn to paint the court house roof the contest Is very close between J. ,BAILRfH AUTO BERVJCH3 Kllmme
many At'the close of the meeting govern requested to write the recruiting officer for $127.50, he to furnish the paint.B. Clifford Brown and Cade E. Shack- to St. Cloud 10 a. nyO p. m. and 7SO
his horn too ,much.
own G. Hancock and J..,, A. Minnick m.' St. Cloud to Iflsslmmee S a. m.,
ment booklets were distributed for elford. the indication being that it f.
63-57 West Jacksonville
Bay street. s m. and (:SO arm. Central Druir
Florida continues to break records the further information'of the people.. Fla., and ask what procedure of Mulberry Sink, presented a petition will require the .official canvAss and Store, KIlmm. l'tione 41) Marine's
w. .. a._ 'will bo-necessary to bo enlistedIn for a road in their district. Tho count of second choice votes to de. Drug Store Sir Cloud. Phone 61;
in offering to military service plat showed *he road to follow Residence StXcloud, phone (S. Car. '
a very cide who is the victor. Returns -
) as is shown by,the fact that 325 RED CROSS WANTS 20.000CRADUATE or inducted into the.service. roundabout the town. I so for hire. Bailey's transfer. l$tf .
for enlistment _ _ way through I far received .indicate that P. S. Bowen -.
men were accepted W. B. g. '
NURSES shio. The petitioners stated that
who was also a candidate in this FARMERS Send
during the month of May. This exceeds today for( a free asm-
.. April' enlistment by 43 and ism .......00..0........ for they were ready to do a. certain part grouo,...will be low man, the second pie copy of the Florida Farmer andj .

'increase over that of March by 54 --- Recipe Canning of the work' themselves., However, I|I choi". votes on his ballot being ne- Tell.tooktnan.about published livestock at ralslnir Jacksonville.dairy
Commissioner Overstreet
Purpose of Red Cross Nurses' said that cessarv to decide the contest. Ing poultry citrus fruit and truck

A "Build house movement" is .' Drive Beginning June 3rd. VegetablesThe recently he had advised them that the In the second group for taw commissioner Inc. twice a month at SOc per. year-
a road, would three years for II 00. Only livestockand
as platted not be
4. accepted W. M. Hollo defeated
--- way
being urged by the business men of fenerat farming lo P
:Jacksonville as a war measure toprovide 4. To enroll 20,000- : graduate first' requisite l in canning is- 'a by the board, and as it was in his Harrv L. Bethel by a large maj rlty. state. 'Write today. paper the-.
4. for the + ) district he now advised the board not w. .. s ._7:
: house for those engaged in nurses Army and Navy good jar. The most satisfactory in S
Nurse Corpsfor which the Red writer's is to accept it. Seconded bYJ.. K. Hil- WHO IS FOR RENT-Furnished 'room. 'or
hip building and other war work. the experience ..the 'glass hard and carried. TO BLAME FOR SAG' apartments for Unlit ,housekeeping.
They 4>> t go wrong in backing Cross is the principal recruit- jar that has a rubbet ring and .glass L. R. Highnll of the Bureau of, Animal -' IN LOUCHMAN BRICK ROAD? In modern, convenient nose, cloae 'ln. ,
that measure at any time. 4. ing agency. < top which is held in place by a'.im- Mrs. B. B. Wells. Re at Estate and Ineurance .
To' enroll married and retired wire Industry. was introduced to the 'lIt MabbeKe Bt. Phone 14 sT
spring preference
plo being
board to take the place of B. E. Evans (Continued from Page One) -
e -
nurses for part'or full time '.
_ First we were told that. disloyalty ser- those having wide mouths. CLEAN YOUR '
delayed the aircraft program;' then + vice in local hospitals, dtspensaries -' The great' secret of canning and county agent, who has resignedon the state engineer and that part ''of YARf
account of ill health, for one the road had been passed How- I hereby notify e'.uf '
c that graft waa responsible for the visiting nursing and pub- preserving is complete sterilization. upon. property
,. failure to "carry on" and now J. B. lie health nursing The principle of which is the same month, when the Gainesville depart- ever, he proposed, on behalf of the owner in the city to !CAn tho grass -

I1>oan of Cincinnati, president of the To encourage women to become for all meats,( fruits and vegetables. ment will arrange for a permanentman. company, that the county hold back weeds and other jxTbbish' off. their '

National Machine Tool Builder Assedation 4. student nurses in military : It[ a steam cooker, ii not to be had, $200.00( of the money to be paid, until I propertyi' The J ork must bj begun '

say it is ,caused by, the and 'civilian ,training school a tin clothes boiler will answer the A letter from the Red Cross chap.tar I such time! as repairs should. .be by Thursday. ,.f next week June 6th..
: earcity' of intricate tools. The average I To conserve nurses by discouraging purpose. A false bottom is necessary at St. Cloud was read by..the clerk made. :: I QO. W, OVERSTBEET,

red-blooded American ,would : unnecessary private to keep the jars from touching:! the thanking voted the board for the donation I Milton Pledger, attorney for the 0 City Marshal. ,
at the last .
use of those wl.o meeting.Pat
much prefer Mr. Doan's, version of .remain. bottom of the boiler. -
: Pat Johnston. -
.tau-II tn the hnar" .
the story. *. . ... .o..o . .. _._ . T.-- nn--.. r..p.-..... ,-'N., he : IL'Buy
was willing to offer the
I ,
9999090990000 OOO.OOO
Select With full
( ears grains before ping vat the old Johnston .'l)' :,'
The Boy Scouts of America are Seeking now America's bravest they1' have begun to harden, as this on placeto
asked to see that black walnut trees womanhood to 1'elo win the war, the is the period of greatest sugar con- the county county would as a build community a lane vat from if Your Groceries' :; 1
ara planted to take the place of.those tent. Husk'and brush the silks off I
American Red the road to the vat and
Cross the
on Monday, repair ] ,
a' :1
: acriflced for government use. This stiff brush. Shear off the [:
wood is used for airplane propellors June 3rd,. begins its nntlon-wide cam grains with a sharp knife and pack dripping pen, which proposition was ''fJ i
agreed to. i iHe
and for the stocks of guns. This paign to enroll more't.han 'twenty the jar 'full. Salt to taste, a teaspoonful also called the board's attentionto and Provision of'lhe clean up-to-date CUT PRICE GROCERY and ;
movement i. on foot to insure a continuance thousand grrxiuate. nurses needed for to the quart is sufficient, the fact ,
that in
I of this material and the and and nil up the jar to the top with it making up the take what you save and give it to the Red Cross and you will be "4 "
here and new budget would be
army naTyhospitals necessary to
: boys are called on to plant five cold water. Put the rubber ring '
young abroad. In addition the include a certain amount of millagefor surprised how much you will give Everything clean and sanitary
Red Cross
trees for every! one' that is chopped around the neck of the jar pnd .place the building vats, for the rea- I -! f. .
will endeavor the
down., to enroll many nurses top on loosely. son that Orange and Polk counties \

not eligible; for military service for Place the false bottom- the boil- were now tick free and that, if FOR SATURDAY Crisco, large can .......... 1.85

: Pay Up or Shut Up- hospital, visiting and public health er, and put in as many jars as the cattle from Osceola county were any tostray Black-eye Peas, Ib. ......___ .\1vLlraa Crisco, medium, ............ .90

c Jersey City, N.. J., is planning, a retaliation nursing civilians. T maintain boiler will conveniently hold; leaving across the ,lines of these two Beans, lb. ............ .15 Crisco, small _.__...__..... .45
for all landlords who dis- omonp-" space between them. Pour in about counties, the owner of the cattle Good Prunes, 2 Ibs.. ........ .25 Sweet Feed, 100 Ibs. ...,...:.. 3.30

criirfnata against) children as 'ten 'the supply of nurses, young women 3 inches of cold ,water or just enough, would be subject to a fine of $1QO() or Beat Evap. Peaches 16c, ,2 Ibs. .30 Sweet Feed. 100 Ibs. ,..-..*.. 8.00

suits, and the city administration has will be encourrvcd\ to become to form steam and to prevent the me year in jail. The board assured Cheese,''lb. ..___....-........ .30 Oats, 100 Ibo. _.._____..-._ 3.60 '

-U- expressed its determination'' to raise student nurses in the army school of boiler from going dry during the him that provision would be made. Corn .100 Ibs. -____._-_ .. ... 4.00

the tax valuation of property of nursing and in civil hospitals. I The xnling. It is not'necessary to have Ordia Bass was recommended by U. S. Smoking,, 'pkg. .......-. .05 Velvet Bean Meal .......... 2.60

these baby-hating landlords to the general public will be asked to help the water up to the.neck of tho jars the board to the Bureau of Animal 'Prince Albert, pkg. ______.. .14 Alfalfa Meal _____.:_.____._ 2.60

;- limit. Tho old slogan of "no children conserve nursing skill by not employ as the steam 'will do the cooking. Put industry in Jacksonville as tick eradicator George Washington, pkg. _. .Of Cotton"' Seed Hulls .____...., 1:60:

allowed" will likely be replaced ing individual iiurscs unnecessarily the cover on the boiler and set on for' Osceola county. Stag, pkg. _..._?_.._.*.___. .05 Best Creamery Butters lb. .. .60 ;

: by "babies. preferred., and by utilizing hospitals and visit the stove. Bring the water to a boil ,A l letter from". K. Singletary' was Velvet, pkg. ______-______-_ .11 Minced Ham, lb. -..----.? .28
f., ing nurse* wherever possible. and keep it boiling for one hour::Then read by the clerk which said that he Tuxedo, pkg. ____..-........' .10 8/b. 7- oz. pkg. Rolled Oats.! .30

:Not Now But Soon. More thAn ten thousand Red Cross remove the cover of the boiler! and did not care to lease his land to the Camel Cigai'ottos, pkg....... .14 rotted Ham,' can *.-.._..-_.. .05 '-.,

'-' The Arcadia Daily News carries nurses have been assigned ,during the allow' the steam to escat>e. Press county for the use of a cattle tick Renos, pkg. ...__.......... .06 Vienna Sausage, can ....... .10

headlines .to the'effect, "Baptists first year of the war by the Red down1 the spring at the side of the vat but would permit the use of it, All others, pkg./_.....?______..; .05 Corn Beef Hash, can, 13c, 2.., .25
_ : Make Women Man's Equal." We Cross to our nrmjt and navy nurse jar. This clamps on the top and will and'' if he was compelled to ask the Pillsbury Flour, 24 Ibs. (with Beef, Pork and Veal Loaf crjl: .15 .

- were under the impressionGod. did corps, the largest nursing, force prevent' any outside air from enter- removal of the vat he would reimburse substitute) _______.____ 1. Household Ammonia, bot..._ .10 ',

,. that.-Kissimmee Valley .Gncetto.; probably ever mobilized for any ng. The jars. can now be removedand the county to the' amount of Barley Flour, per lb. ...__. 8 Blueing, bottle _____.._____. '.05 'j

!lAnd how doe the Gazette reconcile army. cooled, or allowed to stand,' "in 10000.( Fancy Head Rice, lb. _.-0___ /10 Potash, large can .......... .10 ,

.. the fact that, the women of Florida The additional twenty" thousand he boiler until the next day. On \ Mr. Murray, in charge of the St. 'Water Ground, lb. ...1:_--.. /.06 Cal. Peaches, heavy syrup._ ,25 :,

_____ are classed with, \aliens, criminals, nurses, fifteen thousand of whom are second side of day raise thff spring' at the loud-Melbourne highway, presented Rumford Baking Powder lbf .25 Cal. Peaches, small ..._.._? .14

_ idiot and the) insane -Miami Me- needed for tho army by Jnnur.ry ..1, the jar which will relieve any a' bunch of .freight bills, totaling Best Salt Bacon, )jb. ........( .32 Tomatoes, No. 1 can lOc, 3 fo" .25

tropolis. 1919 rre to be sought among th<1'. re pressure from inside'steam that might accumulate S2035.85, for... payment by the bond Good White Bacon Ib...___._/ .26 Tomato Pulp, lOc, 8 for ._.. 25 ,,

Just now, we figure women are in maining 60,000 registered nurse 'who the jar during the trustees. The hoard. ordered. Jim_. Kills_____ Breakfast Bacon, lb. ..... .45 Best Early June Pets. can .? .14 -
- --- -
;_ a class by, themselves, but thoy will have not yet volunteered for mtlitcryservice. second cooking. Place the -jars again u' Sliced Ham lb. _---------p. .40 Small cans ...______....'... .09
in the boiler and boiF'for paid.Milton
not be allowed to remain so when the ., I one hour, I Pledger accepted the poslt Salmon per can .1.: .-_____ _. .15 Maxwell House Coffee, can... ,.32
men awake to tic fact that giving There has never been a surplus of clamp on the top ns'on.the preceding "ion of, county enumerator. 1 Salmon, per can' __._-__ .__ 18 White House Coffee, can.... .35 "

them: the right of franchise the voting trained nurses and with more. than day and allow them' to- cool. Repeat I Clerk J. I* Overatreet brought up Argo almon .___-._.__/... .28 Senate, best, there is _.?.__ .85 .

! power, of the .state ,will. ,be thirty thousand quickly to be 'withdrawn In his performance on the third days .the question of a new vault for the Bull Head .Catsup, bot. IJic, 2 .25 I Arbuckles -....._...._..._., .24 -

.doubled.ILL .'' -- from civilian. practice. the Red be removingthe careful jars from the boiler county records. He stated that the Eba Milk. can ______.JL,;,_... .05 Mince Meat, pkg. ..___?..__ .10

Cross ,realizes the importance of replacing cold not to expose them to a present vault, was entirely'too small Eagle' Milk can: __.___J.___-_ .22 Best Evaporated Peaches ..... ;.16 ,
daft of air while
HEALTH CAUSES B. E.EVANS' them as rapidly a* possible.It ; r 'sudden they are hot, and that some of the records had tobe Mohawks, can -.-.___/__.._ .15 Best Smoked Ham, lb. ....,_, ,.33
therefore, wtyl .call upon all mar, as a change In temperatureis left out of it now. He asked the Carnation, can ......J.' ..... .06 Jar Rings doz. .___....,.__' .04 -
to crack them.
r RESIGNATION 'ried nurses or'retired'nurses' and all likely board to consider this matter in* msk- St. Charles, can ___-L-----. .08 Best Red sings; doz._._'.....__ ..10
1 : ---:...; eligible,for army.service'to enroll at the After the sterilization is complete Ing up the new budget when he hopedto ,, Van Camp's Milk,' can7 _____ .06 lIb, can Cocoa ________ ,25
4 ,B. E.: Evans, who ha brent ccrioualy least for part,time for public serviceIn two jars may be set aside for'a dayor receive instruction! to call for an Pet milkBaby, can /.-...... .06 Blue Label Vaselino" bet .__r ,.05

,.! ill for,come time, ha resigned his local hospitals, dispensaries, baby and then tested. ,This is done estImate of 'the cost of building one. Karo, No. 10 __ ..JL.___... 1.00 Turpentine,bottle ._...,..._. .10

_ _.:' 'position a* county ,demonstrator ofOsceola saving stations, visiting nursing and and by releasing the spring at the aide lie said that a vault of adequate size Light Karo, No. 6I..____... .50 Caster Oil,' bottle; _.._..__..., ..10

county,, his resignation to public health' school and. country sterilization picking up has the' jar by the top. If could be, built ,on the south side-of, Alaga Syrup, gaUl ........ ',1.15 Castor, bottle __.-..._.., ,,30

_ 'talc place the first of June.F nursinr.Employment, the will not been. complete, the clerk's office.Commissioner Alaga S.ruppt.... -...... .68 Thread, spool _._-____,..... ;os, '
::: F ,I;.: R. mahtiUof. the Bureau of of a' nurse merely to it Is top best to came off. In this case Guy brought" up the Alaga Syrup. No.j2 ........_ .22 Camphor, bottle .._...-_...?. .10 '

'."- :A.I.nal Industry of Gainesville, ha care for one patient* to be discouraged emptyout the corn and matter of making a fill across sink Alaga,Syrup, No/1 .... .. .17 -All '
ill the jar with afresh -- Other Things'Accordingly.:
been i appointed to fill the unexplrod and the sick' will be directed to up supply; on the road between Kenansville and : :
,, the year ending July first.ljlghflll hospital and the of however. examine the contents of the Bull -- '
use visiting creek. He stated that the,:cost '
L ..: i* a native of Missouri, nurses, which will enable each remaining Jar and if: decomposition has not gone would be about'' $16.00.;, It EVERYBODY INVITED TO INSPECT OUR SANITARY STORE '
was ordered _-
p, ..ilMs* teen In Florida for the past I Is nurso to distribute her skill 'ar enough to injure the flavor, place that the ''work be done under ,AND GET PRICES.' ., On. Motto i*: Cordiality K 'OB, to the "i ,, ,
,and ha been $in charge of several families. It once more in the boiler and storiUze ,
among his supervision I pound srd 100 Cent on the Dollar.
r wi.'. County: Agricultural I w.*,.. i .. over again. If the top doe not The bill for work done to date : '
_ on
'-!. a I D i of the time Engraved Calling Cards and Wed.ding come off one ,can W reasonably sure the St. .Cloud-Melbourna ,
_ _ of' hi i that' the' corn: Is keeping. In case CUT/PRICE '
Isa Invitation
peaking res- ; Engraved and Em- was presented and ordered paid. CASH
:jar spoil increase the CROCERK
any time of
labe. wished to extend I boNed Stationery can be' secured at ; A letter :from Attorney John B.
boiling to hour and
an half
-I i of the'eounty the Cmtta'omc..., Let tu show i Vail of Tampa wa read by the clerk
T- : 1 rty ,.eOopitonurj7JouJ. yonour I String Bean*. It stated that the case'of W B. Crawford Phone 141, 422 Broadway: *
sample and price tf I '
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I' Music: at Central Drug'"'Store. *
Hull Bass returned Sunday from a PROGRAMAjraystoncThcatrc
trip to'his big ranch on the rrairie. .

....... .. . .O!. oo..o.o J. K. Hilliard. came into town Tuesday Le Trifle Extract only $1.00"an .

to vote. oupfca at. Central Drug Store. j>

i \Weather ReportFollowing Pack your eggs with water glass. J .T. T. Tindall of Narcoossee was' JUNE '10-15 4 y

"- For sale by Central. Drug Store. / In town. Monday looking after busi +' t.. NI

J. J. McCranie was a business vis-

are,daily tempera' I'or in St. Cloud Frld v.. ness.W.. W. Ivey, from near Loughman( TUB SHA MONDAY ITHKH1 Fly I--i5'/'/

y tores and precipitations as re.ported We sell Le Trifle Extract for lone of Kissimmee's visitors onatlfiday. A touch o( adventure and romance.
by- Government station you w..I.ltr...mi /
at Kissimmee fo- the week endIng $1.00 an ounce. It's great. Central\,, lath"VENGEANCE /
Thursday June 6: Drug Store. .I' I John Bronson has purchased b new : AND THHTUESDAY WOM N" i -. *>>
0. "" ' Oakland car from Mach: Bros the local : r t
M* .'Alln. Rain , Key Jolhnson. now of Okeechobee, MI'IIPo'TREASURE: OP THR8KA" r ash
Friday .,*?-,-. 95 69 spent a few days with his,family the I agents.FOR '.(A thriller. In every scene.) / Met. \ H
Saturday ___95 70 early! part of.the week. RENT-Furnished flat with Kdlth at.reyWEDNESDAY"
modern improvements. W. B Harris, :
Sunday ';'_' _... 97 69 Furnished apartments for' rent; I Gazette office. 14-tf "SKAl. OP1 SILK: CK" Vlt i
Monday _,_ _:;. 99 68 bath and other moder conveniences.W. .. (A sprightly adventure the held
'. B. Harris Gazette office. 25tf .P..,G., Cromartie from the Shingle of love. ) A DREARY VIEW FROM A CHEERFUL HOME
ti Tuesday ..., __ 9& 71 Fart "'111'.. ..... Or e. D..4 .
section time in
Wednesday ._. $ '67 B. IIarvey and family left Mon- spent some "MUTT JBFKTHURSDAY Fisher oo!
Saturday. "
Thursday _...r' .- day for a week's outing at Clear- town, In some homej.the situation Is reverse the,inside .being almost
\ water and otherpoints.Sing IJ.: H. Hull of Narcoossee was "ItLUH lOWED MAR<'Of Fox:
(An attractive as dreary ai the view without through the bay window I the :' in n4pleasing story) asses .
: antong out-of-town visitors J. C.; ;,Ace
'. the songs that.they sing "over issimmee Saturday. luG V COMEDY* Vlt.rniDAY .'' above.
t.\ there." For sale by Central ,Drug ,
coneert.Sund:1: FRAT/HK DAY,t./'tar. 29
Store. All kinds of music J I Peter McCutcheon a. prosperous.
prank M. EdrU of Lokosee wad in I I'I' I farmer from near Union Center "MODERN nUVULASKAIKBANKS MTJIKKTRKHW' Artrraft [I'n... bin a yaa ,
Nelson of Mr, and
Makinson, son
;,' town Wednesday. 'I''Mrs. W B. Makinson left, Monday spent Saturday in town. (What furth// nary.argument) Is necea-. -- the. iat rio/01 homes... .

i "The Kaiser the 'Bofst of Berlin"at for'Tampa to enlist in the navy.' II Mr.'T. J. Fair, who helped In this C M47-a: Rrl Trl. ... i1'he

t-': the Casino Friday,. July: ,( 12. S. W. Porter -and Gurdon Clark I office last week- returned",to Kissimmee .. 'SATURDAY soashine of eoatea /eat and satisfaction beams
Monday. Okeechobee Call. "rfAITH KNOIHIM" Trl.
l v Jeff Barber was., a 'voter; in town onf' prominent business men of St. Cloud, (A .banK/up Wvatern. with plenty where ,,good judgment a 9'd an open purse have, been
;' I wfere trmaactlnabuslneaB in .Kissim- R. L.; Evans of Narcoossee was / of pep). the
I Tuesday., I mee last Friday., prominent amonathe'' out of town / R.,. StvwHrtItth used in )furnishing /home. placing "jult the rightarticle
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r Read what the Central's Nurse hato'ga' visitors in Kissimmee Saturday; E/llode liUST Helen KXI'KKSS"tl l r In. the, t in jute th. ) t place in every room of the.'Ii.
r. Mr. Bullock,have I
to you _today. She Is'wise f, i received --
i woijd,:from their son "Bob" Mr. and Mrll..J. F. Stevens and lomlnR house
Henry Savage of Whittier spent I"somewhere,' ('n France" that) he has small daughter left this week for VER', Friday TH MHK"June II "

Thursday and Friday in town on !been promoted to corporal.. Clinton Conn., for an indefinite..stay. OUR.FURNITURE. ES CHEERFUL HOMES and will 'be
business. .
i Among the out of the county voters Mr. and Mr. John Ovcrstreet,have found satisfactory to design quality write and price.
Mr J. L. Reavell'and children ere on Tuesday were Ed. Done(ran returned from a visit with relativesIn i which his last two efforts were not. .1 M
spending tho week with Mrs.' Aaron of Waldo,' H. O. Partin Of'K Fort .Kissimmee. t-Lakeland Weekly:. Ad, I And "typical" is altogether conserva

r Reeves.near Campbell Station Ch/istmas. and. Jack' Bass of PajraVle. ,. viser. I I tive. This effort can even safely be ....."....m'.."""' ......"..,,...

sale of Millinery at greatly': ( i : acclaimed his best..
Special E. L. D. Overstreet, county com-
F reduced price to close out Spring Mayor and Mrs. J. S. Cade: of Kisslmmeo missioner from Shingle Ci'eek.. was a w.8. S.-.- /GRANTHAM
and Summer stock at.Miss Bandy came to Arcadia in their car business visitor in Kissimreiee .Saturday RED CROSS'NOTES' '
.. last Friday and are the guests of '
Rev. W, II. Coleman, pastor of the Miss Mary Moye.Arcadia Daily : morning.. Every 'member of the Red Cross .;... SATISFACTORY' STORE-
I should the dues $1.00)( ) for the
Christian church made'a trip to,
News. J. A. MinnIck and B. G. Hancockof I fay
Ocala Wednesday on business. Loughman were in the city last year t 19 ]KISSIM11EE FLA.
\.. Mrs Wj H. Arnold 'will leave -
soon find made the Gazette office
Howard Anderson of the Arm of for Hendersonville N.. C.,.where she an Monday .. Another shipment of 'cotton pads ..."..m..'........" -
Ughtsey"& Anderson'left Sunday for will open a house for the summer.,A ] 450 in the box, was sent from the
Leesburg to engage in shipping: watermelons. party, of, Kissimme'e ,people will accompany County Commissioner J. K., Hil- I surgical dressings' department, this
', ., her.4Manager . liard .and'' family motored into townon week. This. is apportion of the. May .
business Saturday: mornino'fromtheir
Prosecuting Attorney W. B. Crawford Woodbeck has secured home in the.Hiliard Island sec -
,has returned from Hot Springs "The Seal of Silence'" .
a VitagraphBlue tion. 1350 cotton pads is the June allotment -
much improved in 'health .by., .hiemonh's Ribbon feature in which Enrle I ( for' the Kissimmee Red Cross. METHODIST CHURCH CHRISTIAN CHURCH
rest. Williams is The Edgewater farms shipped .one
especially well' cast,
Preaohing. Sunday at 11 a: m. and ,10 a. m.--Sunday school.
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( The screen papers all agree that to be Wednesday shown at June the Graystone 12., Casinoon of to Clearwater their famous last Duroc-Jersev week. While hogs he A set of enclosed shelves Is neatly 7:45 p., m. by the pastor. Morning 11 a. m-. Sermon, "What Is a',
Douglas Fairbanks is in the best pic- 14 months old he needed in 'the surgical: dressingsroom subject "Why the Church has failed Christian"
., tare he ever made in the "Modern FOR SALE-A; few pounds of"rib- was 190 pounds only and (brought a fancy weighed price. to keep the supplies from dust. to cast the demons out of society."1 6:45 p. m.-Y. P. S. C. E. I
Musketeers" at the Caoino next: Friday bon cane seed; produrls I- Cellent syrup The shelves' are there, if some one Evening subject: "God so loved, the 7:30 p. 'm.-Children's. Day' : pro
\ and large quantity!, of Ensilage at Mrs. Richard Hatcher who, hasbeen' will provide beaver bot.rd and volun- world i' gram. '
small cost; matures in for months; the guest ''of Mrs. E. Sanborn teer to apply it their service will be There will be preaching: at Shin. W.8.8. i i '..
The Central's Nurse' says "Help:Pack now is the'right. time, to slant. A. E/ returned to her home in St. CloudWedneBday. greatly. appreciated. gle Creek at 8 o'clock. At the close ,LIck a stamp to lick the Kaiser..
, f 'your country by conservation is Thomas, Kiaslmrape. JTJft. 242tf .. She] 'Was accompanied of this service the sacrament of the :,,;
eggs for winter use. Water glass T1 ff by her hostess. ,, ,who remained till Pay your yearly dues to the Red Lord's Supper will be administered..
kla' What you want, For' sale'by, Central Lacy tjohnson,. secretary to Congressman Saturday., Cross: now Prayermeeting. Wednesday evening FIRST CLASS '
.. Drug Store. 9 W. J. Sears arrived home W.s. s. will be in charge of the Junior Con

Mrs. Walter Peters arrived from"Sanford on Saturday.( here He expects to spend FOR SALE-Iron! bedstead and THOSE WHO ARE FOLLOWING gregation. Let all the parents attend Chinese' Hud
this week to Join her interesting the week before returning to mattress Idresser. chiffonier, round these meetings and encourage ,
and daughter' who have I Washington. It is possible that dining table and 6 chairs, refrigerator On next Tuesday night Mrs. Me.Duffle1 the children.All .
eon Lacy be in the will give her Bible reading onthe the services wilt be brief 'during LALi1vR Yr
been guests at the D. G. Wagner may caught coming 3-bumer oil stove all in good
home for several days. draft. condition. Mrs, K. P. Butler, Mab 12th and 13th chapters of Revelations the summer months.. J..T)'. Sibert,
attend look
who ,
:' Those '
bette street 2S-lftkl pastor. '
Ernest Green who is handling a Dr. ,G. N.' ,Wickwire veterinarianof .," > .. ' .' I ward eagerly toTuesday evening. .rr-w. 8.8. C SING, opHetor
big painting contract for the' Con the Bureau of Animal Industry Miss Lucy Pierce was called home Rev. )Is the most studied book in the 11 DARLINGTON ,AVE

,olidated Cattle Co., spent the early of,.the U.. S.,department of agriculture last week 7 from Atlanta',where she Bible today, A great three! day. pro- EAT COItN: _Alt 'Laundsy hand washed ....:.
who was to stay here in the interest prophetical meeting has just closedin "
part of the week in town, after going has t been$attending a school,!< by,?the md ironed.
i of eradication work, has Philadelphia, which was' participated -
to Jacksonville Saturday on business. serious illness of her mother, Mrs. E.
been ordered to Augusta Ga., for of- L. Pierce.. While Mrs. Pierce has in by some of the leading ministers Careytfiken jto prevent any d&m-
Lyles Story and. family spent ficial work. greatly improved in health Miss of the United States. The age.>/AH' kinds: of laundry work ;
Wednesday of last week at Winter Lucy will likely :remain'here for some addresses delivered at this meetingwill atJrfio right prices. No injurious.
Mrs.' Lee Rogers of Moultrie Ga., chCmicals used. Right prices.
Haven combining business with time. be'published in book form by the tt' capital ,
I pleasure. While' there they were is 'now living with her ,mother Mrs. Christian Herald, of New York. ,.
of Mrs. parents, Mr. Ernest Green. Her husband is now w. a. II.--++.-+
Story's ,
: guests Lacy' Johnson, private secretary to
and Mrs.: J. B. Mills.. "somewhere in France" with the En- Congressman W.' J. Sears arrived CARD OF THANKSThe
f' gineer Corps. Another daughter, K;
Miss Amy Makinson has returned Mrs. P. M. Smith of Jacksonville is Saturday in Kissimmee for a week's O. 'O.: Howard Post''of the G. *
visit with his ,parents Mr. and Mrs. A. R. and the Sedgwick Circle Ladiesof
home from Tallahassee, where she making a ,short visit here. :2Our /SS
has been attending the Florida State K. Johnson. His sister, Miss Lois, .the G; A.. R. desire to express their Candy _
t College for Women. Miss Ma'klnson Mr, and Mrs. M. H; Porter and came home from Tampa, where she I gratitude for the many courtesies extended ,
Is the domestic science course guests returned Tuesday from their has been attending" a business college ] to .them by the members of : .
i iso Del
there. visit with their daughter .bout 20 ,to be here during his visit. I the Christian church on Memorial '-. oght f I
f miles from Sebring. The placa: is Sunday: for the beautiful decoration ,
t.' "The girls with thvt mile win" ..0t some 140 miles from here and Judpe C. H. Grantham has further iden when the flowers were intermingled Wholesome Food '
says June Caprice, so scys every Porter says the party had some exciting titled himself! with the business interests with! the flags; to .the' choir: for the -
body. This truism is exemplified in a experiences including a rfour of the city by purchasing the appropriate,music and to the pastor .
t Fox five-reel production, "Blue Eyed accident while en route. valuable residence: property on 'Mab- Rev. W, U. Coleman, for his beautifulwords for.
Mary," to be shown at tho Graystone bette street now occupied by B. E. of appreciation to .the living .R.Ra'
theater next'Thursdayi. James Gilliard, Dwight Funk and Evans and 'his mother. ,.'The purchasewas and. impressive tribute to the dead. Old and conga j.lKV5
Ellie Johnson who have been work- made from Myron Kenny one of W 8/8)).-- I ,
Dr. Sanford, government poultry Ing in the: peach' shipping at Fort Kissimmee's Well known residents. 'Subscribe for, the Gazette, $2 yearly. tb
f. specialist, is spending today'and to- Valley, Ga., returned home Sundaywell ,
morrow here with County Agent L. satisfied to put in the remainderof Misses .Grace Winn and Martha .j 1
hfill. Dr., Sanford will be the season here. The boys report Belle Harris of this city, and Miss -. ,
'please to discuss 'poultry raising the weather so hot there that Florida Rose McKenzie of.St..Cloud returned I[EAT POTATOES ,. .J'f'
with any whore interested. seems like an iceburg in comparison.Mr. < home Thursday from Tallr.hasseo, I
':' where they have been attending the
Miss Orpha Rose who ''has been'en- and Mrs. J. Wesley Brown and Fla. State College for Women.' Misses SAVE ;

departneat;/ sons left Tuesday for Charlottesville, Harris and McKenzie graduated this ."nn T
N. C., to visit their son Guerry, who year as Licentiate Instructors having M D.ElU
:Cape Girardoau, Mo.,. for the past is in a training camp thero. Mrs. finished' the two years' course for .
5 ..: term and has completed the first year Brown expects to rematn near, their teachers. i""
\ ? of the course, arrived home this week son till he leaves for "over there." W.s. S...-.- ; "
fbr'the' summer vacation.' The other members of the will ..
... ,, .. party "A MODERN 'MUSKETEER"
go to their home in Kansas for the K 55 k
S Miss Nellie Best left for Tampa summer. In "A Modern Musketeer" 1o beat t 1 tdl II >1 .g F
t last week Ho accompany' her' sister, the Casino next Friday, Douglas Let Me f .
Mrs. F.'W..Stalker, from that city to Mrs. Firman who fomorly lived Fairbanks in one bound again attains 11i! }
her home in Bradentown.Mrs Stal with her Lusband( and twr daughtersin the heights of comedy heights which m&i&&aa&*
ker has been quite seriously at the the Bass houso on Main >street, have been languishing for an occupant ExanjineYour , d
Gordon.Keller hospital. in Tampa. but recently returned to her old homo since his former successes.: For'A
in New,,York, died suddenly after her Modem Musketeer" is by all,odds !
Sergeant Ira, Best, late of Co. B, arrival at that place. The late Mr the best thing he has done while producing Eyes THE CEN AL'S, NURSE SAYS:-
+ 124th Infantry, has recently been Firman made many friends durinjr for Artcraft. It allows'ample r
nI; transferred to the.: Fourth Officers' her residence Pert who extend their play./for his athletic: prowess, for his When get hungry these long afternoons,
Dc- Training camp' at' Camp Wheeler. sympathy; the bereaved relatives. ability, asa stunt comedian_utilizes I have the .dentlfi /instruments i you .
Should.84rgt. Best pass tin his catching smile to excellent: advantage for determining and line GLASSESfor phone us for a box .of Chocolates.
tions after training,'he will examlna-I Kenneth Butler left Tuesday for presents ideal romance quickened all defects
bt. Immediately; : a mmisBI Macon Ga., where he has accepteda : by swift touches of melodramaso correcting any Jmd Our' refrlge/ater keeps them, at 'the ,right;tem.
position with the F. C. closely bordering on a burlesquef of vision,,.NO MATTER. the nature '
Dudley 'and they will reach you promptly, and In
William Meir, recently' of Canada, Company.,. Mre.-Butler and daughter it that one 1s at a loss whether to of. your / IIC. ? If your perature .
''w who located here last winter with .his I Join him next week and be thrilled or amused, and seasons GI1ASSES no/ 'fit:you perfectly . perfect condlt on.: ,
three brothers: and a sister'and who make their home there. Before leav\ the whole'with, a fine/assortment of call / .
purchased! what 'is known as the I'mee' Mr. Butle,, sold his clever subtitles. on me" ,We carry: the best,,Whltman's_ and,WI" Y.s. Al. ;
wope property in West Kissimmoe interest in the barber shop: to, the ,The fearless Douglas scales houses I fit any: ey/: 'that responds, to < fresh and perfectly wholesome.. ,.
-,' exchanged: this property"with a*party, Goraystone Hotel company,.. throughexSenator ;with his usual ease, travels on a rope light. ways ,
from,French Lick Springs IM. They. I A- E. J>onejl'&l1. His small faster than an ordinary human would You are" inVited to call for consultation assortment from I lOc
ayl leave this week for their new home: farm just across the ,big ditch was scale a ladder and balances on his an/ advice. We keep a complete a
f' disposed of to Mr.,'Watson. hands on the very edge of the Grand package up. ;
Manager Woodbeck was advised Canyon of Arizona 1 There are innumerable s.
,Wednesday that it would'be Impossible Mrs. W. J.: Saupe arrived in Kissimnvee little-feats of agility that / HOFFMAN
to send him "Heroic Franco,". the Friday for an.indefinite stay the actor interpolates every now and DR. E S C nfal.Drug Store"The ':

,>war feature he programmed. for with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W.L. then all"of which serve to garner ev ,
'Frida""''. feature., This ,is a disappointment WInn. Prof.. Ban entered a that tremendously. elusive pep and ult stopticianz .1t-
to ir any. who had plannedto training'camp'at (amp Drdge, Iowa, can''it in five:thousand feet of film "' Square Deal..Place"v t
witness the battle scenes, but it is for militarv service Mrs. Sanpe. lIOo.eeeurelthat.., its only avenue oi: West Church StreetORLANDO ,. -5 ". .
unavoidable. In iU place.Clara; Kim. (nee Miss Mildred Winn) hu a wide escape leads to the audience.. In fact 'pHONE/41, "
S ball Young will be teen in ,,"The circle, of friend here who will be. f A. Modern Musketeer" FLAT ',- .'

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l \ am Sincere! Stop "CalomeIV" St. Cloud Department y

: ..*. Sophie Bauer. (SI Flr.tjJrVei
._ 1 Dodson's LWer Tone I Fmrlbault Minnesota, wsflesl I cannot,
Guarantee NEWS. AND NOTES OP-THE WONDER CITY" North yo'urironderful, ,
"I cannot praise
v / BY ,OUR: REGULAR CORRESPONDENT. J I., medicine. Peruna, enoupB. It has Praise I

Xlslen: : to mel !Calomel sickens anyou may loeo a; ten done years much and for I me keeo'Tt dunng In the past !

'&"'3 jwork. If bilious, constipated .on Memorial Day was' fittingly; celebrated daughter, Roberta May, left Wednesday continually. I warfn such a condition Your .
last Thursday.. At 8 o'clock to spend the summer with friends that I copra eat nothing but 1".
headachy read my guarantee. the Army and Navy Union and the and relatives at St. Louis, Mo. bread lad mlUafand even that wa too Wonderful ,
Elsie P. McElroy ,Auxiliary met .at Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Williams, heavy toortat times. Now. I ean
d 01 .Fa I Icost"but hotel and autos took eat anything I will recommend Pe-
the St. Cloud Mr. and Mrs. Van Arsdale, who have *
Every: druwjSat In town-your ; a few cents, and if it fails them to the lake front, where a boat- been spending some time at Johnson runa to all my trten4LTho. Medicine _
iflruKSjist; and everYbody" {dni ril i t to jjivo easy relief in every case of full of beautiful flowers was launched City, Tenn., returned here Thursday
leas noticed a great fallinjr-oif in Then the G. A. R. Post W. R. C. and William stn.e can prooure Peruna Tablet. Enough
of calomel. The All give" the you have only to ask foryour moneyJodscm's and Mr. and Mrs. Ricketts left
reason.Dodson Liter Tone lutck other associations school children on Thursday to spend the summer at
ammo s 1 met at the hall and marched to Ohio. .
their old home at Bellfontaine
Liver Tone is
is taking; its place a plcABanfcfasting the park, on Ohio avenue, Where appropriate -i Mrs. P. D. Outlaw went,on Wednesday
"Calomel is dnnperdns And people purely vegetable remedy,
services held in
were memory -i to Kissimmee to spend week
know it, while Dodson'a Liver Tone harmless to both children and ndulta. of our unknown dead. A with her children.Mr. . Clear Your
18 perfectly safe and Rives; beUer re- Take a spoonful at'night nnd wake tee went to the cemetery eommlt-j and Mrs. A. U. Cooley spent Complexion'with V. .
Y sultspaid! 'a prominent local d/tiff- up feeling fine; no biliousness, sick morning '0 decorate: the soldiers' Tuesday:! in Kissimmee This F
Dodson'a ( is- per igndnchc, acid stomach or constipated ' graves, and at 2 p. m. in the G. A. R. Mr. and Mrs. C.' P. Coyle and
egonally guaranteed byte eryt/druggist bowels. It doesn't gripe all. ball the following excellent program daughter. Florence;' left on Wednesday Old Reliable
who cells it; A larpol.oolUoI ; the next day'like violent calomel. was carried out: America, by audience to spend the summer with relatives Remedy I
followed by prayer by Chaplain at Covington Ky., but expectto 4 a t
; -- Westcott: 'by mixed quartette; return (here 1n the fa I. tomOClCFCOMPOUND
DEPARTMENT WANTS "Our .Soldier Heroes Sleeping, Will Earl Mallory and mother left Wednesday -
WAR Never March Again," reading by ; for Syracuse, Qhio.
M1'8. Cook; Old Glory by Whitcomb Mrs. J. H. Johnson and baby left Su' :
F PHOTOS AND DRAWINGS Riley;:; Lincoln's Gettysburg. Addressby Wednesday to spend the summer with .,-..- r ,
Rev. Dr. Cook: Flag I; the her parents, Mr. and' Mrs. S. Mc- Per Wfrcfcle..Motet. __faa
Loyal Temperance Legion girls; mu- .Laughlin at Hendersonville,' N. C. .5.4 'e.Y.vaMIOrms MttowlBC.Maltody a ,
commissioner rural' truck sic by quartette,"Dropping from the J. D. Woodbeck of Kissimmee cmptkiM. ....... aema.etc.uas.
The War Department desires photographs In lines. Mrs. IhIa KientlAoc. 'and Mr. Oocke will likely attend a conference Ranks One by One, Rev. spent Wednesday with friends in $t. Uoa tt MothM and hMUt takes tatanudhr -
drawings descriptions of committeemen in' 'Washington Geo. N. Brown; Star Spangle Banner Cloud. .few mt-*ad.oL be
of bridges, buildings, towns and localities audience by Rev. not of UM trouW.....purUicI... a
/ June 4th to consider'plans for by ; benediction Rev. H. H. Bowen .and family at- boMortMMM ,
now occupied'by'the German establishing/ ouch lines in this" state. James King. tended the commencement exercisesat FhrricboaoraHut.. de cUv. blaa4. Buriftcr vrfijiar. < >. *.. C
'- forces' in I'xunce, Belgium an-J Lux- ,The supervision of the solicitation Mrs. J. W. Whitbeck'and son, Clarence DeLand this week. ............ oodcwwiUsioB'lM'tsUadMS. ) E360AIilc
and likewise in that part of of. funds for War relief has been Williams left Tuesday for their. Mac, Arrowsmith of Tampa spent -t&"IaNI&Ia d.ev.f '
emburi placed directly 'in the hands of the old homo ',in Michigan. the week end here with Us parents, B* to atlc r.HANCOCK txctictcnr ....SULPHUR..... 3 0 I TIONS
'Germany.Iyrf': west of the !lino.'running : State Council of Defense and anyone Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Smith and Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Arrowsmith, on COMPOUND.rauItS(see 25!......
'i. \ north und south throui Ham who desires information regardIngany Theodore Deschner left on Thursday Pennsylvania, avenue. 50cAnd ft tht botttt B
burg. .Anyone having any of the society soliciting ,funds Mould ,to-spend the summer at their old Mr. Woodmansy and niece, Miss MMourt ..ipiil ERN
r; above In their possession should"end write the state council office Gaines home in Vinton, Iowa."s Hoffman went on Saturday for a at jar his dmsabfs._. .. prlc taUmp IWJLxbd .. '
same immediately to II .S. Howard visit to Winter Haven, 'Fla. _will wed you a dine:
C. and baby
Mrs. O.
Mr. and Knight
ville.This -
State Council of Miss Bonnie Ricketts, Who is training suLTHvao EVER
I' executive secretary, message came from a member left ,to HANCocif isomo
Billie, on Wednesday spenda ..
Defense Gainesville and tha for a nurse in .the Tampa hospital /
same of Polk County Council of Defense: with Mr.
will be placed in the hands of'tho ile- "The last total for Red Cross Wa ,or Mr.ten and days Mrs. O:' C.Knight'sparents Knight, spent the week end here with /an::;;:::: iil.Su ISe a copy
} S>>
partmtnt. ? Fund was 1407114. Our quota was .at Mascot, Fla. her parents, Mr and Mrs. C H. Rick -'ddWeh.... : At Year Newsdealer
A .report from a member the $7,000." etts. 0.- Yearly Subscription Sl.BO
i Bay County Council of Defense who The alien property custodian desires Mrs. Maud L. Nighswonger died on Miss Katherine Riggan is visiting free .
June 3rd at 8:45 a. m., at the Gordon Send for oar new cafaOS
served as team captain in the Liberty information friends at Port Orange for a few
concerning enemy Keller hospital in Tampa. Deceasedwas To Cora alCold In One Day. of ineAan/eaf books
Bond drive, shows that Bay county owned of kind and weeks.
went 185.per cent above their quota. one able property to furnish any information any-of a daughter of C.' C. Cox of this Mrs. M. M. Reynolds went'on-Sat Take LAXATivB: Popular Mechanic Magazln
place. The remains' were brought .nd JcjJ gti. and work off the Cold. a Mirth MwhlcM Avoawe, Chtea *
visit with her
J The' State Council of Defense has this kind should communicate with urday for a few days' Dn> gi>t ta MNrtxjTmoneir, M H fall*.to car**
appointed Wm. F: Cocke, state rOkd)the state council office. Gainesville. here Tuesday evening and taken to husband who is employed at Arcadia .U. W. Oaovm 's Armature on each. bo*, soo.
the Carlson undertaking parlors.
Mr. James Stevenson went to Tampa -
-, . Services were held Wednesday morning is
---- - -- on Sunday, where .he. employedin '"
's. at 9 o'clock in the M. E.. church. the ship yard.
1 .The sermon was preached by Rev. J.
<& B. Westcott. Internment' was in Mt. em-ployed I
Peace cemetery. The; friends have
tha sympathy of the community in Mount Victory; Ohio.
their bereavement. Mrs. Marskie left on' Thursday to
Donald ''Conn, who graduated'from spend the summer with her childrenat
Stetson University went o,..Jacksonville Janesville, Wis.
and enlisted and ,is now at De- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stafford and
Land awaiting his call. ,Mrs. Stafford's brother,' James Boyd
Mrs. Elizabeth Truedell left'on' left on Tuesday morning' to make
Thursday for St.. Paul, 'Minn.,, ond their future home at Humphrey, Kan.
the then on to Wagner Mont.. . Mrs. R. .E.' Slawson. left Wednesday -
Gap .f The PriscPa Club met on Friday morning- spend the summer
afternoon, May 31, with 'Mrs. William with her daughter, Mrs. Bogs. at
) Barber at the New England I Waverly' Kansas. Mrs. Boggs hus
tr From Steer' Steak house.. After a short- business session band''Is in the medical reserve corps
to the time was "pleasantly spentin and is -now, on his way to France.
making scrap books for the soldiers Mrs.- Slawson expects!: to return here
i in the hospitals. About ten in. the fall.' .
members were present. The club will Mr .and Mrs. P. Strode""left Mon-

Live stock, :is raised on the' meet again in two weeks at the homeof day for Green Cove Springs Fla.' T
Ella McAllister' on Carolina ave- then' for a visit to Atlanta Ga., before
farms: and; ranches 6f the West. ,nue and Eleventh street. returning to their home at Mas-
.Dr. O. L. Buckmaster, wife and glion. .-
9 p
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Meat is eaten in tie large cities -

,of the East, and b our boys.lit'France ORANGE CENTER I KISSIMMEE" PARKDry

_ thousa is' of milessporting .
., War-time Responsibility-
away. 'N The little 'son of Mr: and Mrs. E. J. and hot weather has caused

A Keen met with a bad accident iii: fall- considerable anxiety over the. late f
The ing and injuring his arm several days corn crops. Yours' Ours
day ,of ,tra live ago. We are glad to learn from late Messrs. Lou and Thomas Seaman, ana

animals from ran h to seaboard reports that he is improving, and spent a few days in Tampa last week.
t hope for his speedy recovery. Mrs. L. Seaman and children and National necessity has pu/ a new responsibilityon
and overseas has ssed.' There The charming event of the week Mrs.N. C. Enge left for Jacksonville .

V was too much w te. The' mod- was the gathering of the neighborsand Saturday. every motorist.
friends at the residence of Rev.-
ern packer locate his large and and Mrs. Christmas on last Saturday 1 I den's. a Utmost service is dem dedthe"hIghest -usefulness ., ?

specialized plants in the produc- evening.served consisting A bountiful of chicken supper, ricer was pie, From 16 to 20 votes are going to of yourself and yonr-car.
cake, ice and coffee. seed here because of the loss of time
He cream Quite a
'ing regions. s the
ps dressed and in going to St. Cloud to
number energy
present them considerations.
4 were among Service and economy your only
beef in refrigera or cars, and being Rev. and Mrs. Christmas. Mr. cast our lot.
and Mrs. R. E. Bronson, Mr. and Mrs. We.are f-oyed not a little at the .
'holds it in his
o refrigeratedbranch W. H, Bronson, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. inconvenience, espcclaly when' one

warehou s until delivered Keen Mr., and and Will, Mr.Schucks.and Mrs.Mr.Lamb andMrs i of can adjusting readily think the difficulty.of sonanv Why ways not Our responsibility! i g I hand in hand,with yours"'

to the retail r. For ship- Lester Flint, Mr. and Mrs.: Ivon -oh I well, you know what we want. '
'Roberts, Mrs. Wash Bronson, Mrs. Will some one- kindly give us a As the largest rubber lufacturer. the world;
__ transfers to the'meat forei :refrigerated ports, he J.nette Rigney Sylvester and son, Misses, Harry Leona, Mrs. Bron Jean- not good a reason home guard why'''T Osceola county has it is our duty to supply//you/ with tires of unfailing b

son, Maud Nona and Lillie Bronson, If wo ,haven't an answer let's'not reliability and 'extreme// cage' -,
ships. Hattie Christmas, Debbie Prescott, waste energy trying to find one;. let's
4 and Ada and'' Florence Maddux, Bessie organize. -the i"guards._w. .. ..-.1i .--,i... United States Tires i more than. making 'good. <
Myrtle Bronson Voncile
By means of his Daw de organIzation Alman, ,, "
Messrs. Ira Keene Steve WONDERFUL BRAVERY. of ., I
"" the modern Bronson, in this ,time. stress.. .
pacer maintains Edgar Burnam, W. F. Prescott, W. 0E1']BELGIAN YOUTH "- ,
continuous flow of m ts to all partsof R. Kelley, Wesley Alman, Kilmar Al ,They are'setting nejvV mileage records-establishBw -
the each retailer man. Ivon and Gordon Maddux, The bravery,''ofr a young son of the '
country, that ;
George and Leonard Bronson Morgan village blacksmith of Louvain, Bel- \Ag'- ,;, standards'" 'continuous:
gets just the quantity d quality of Coy and Earl Bronson, Messrs '
glum, in his J irecent .attack upon a servvi -
meat? his trade deman and at the Barber. 'A: pleasant evening was German general-Von Cluck-resulting 1JI' ffectlng greater'economy

.' time he wants It spent and all report a fine timer I ,in fa injury' to/the/ Hun commander h ',br r duclng.tire cost per mile;_
The Misses Essie Rigney and ; is thejtalk bf this .and surrounding N

l nie Christmas were the guests An-I' communities.' n r lere is I' United States Tire for
Swift & Company recently shipped Mrs. John Bronson at Groveland. I-. The boy'; a!; (merit youth o'penly N

1,000 carloads of meat products in one Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bronson were showed his hatred[/1 of the Germans, SI ,eve car-passenger 'or commecr ,

week to our Armies and tb the Allies. the' Sunday evening guests of- Mr I who ,were I occupying his home'vIII ci l-and every condition of '
'II? and Mrs. W. R. Kelly. lage and Sangcred at the''constant
'Mrs. R.; E. Bronson accompanied'I speeches of the. general, threateningdeath
Bridging the gap from ranch t"o consumer by her daughters, Misses Lilie and ; for anyattack! upon the troops 'm ftoring.

'1' can be done successfully-and Maud, were ''shopping .in Kissimmeeon I succeeded I in;,)inflict Ing injuries upon '
Wednesday. the German general that'resulted fa. The. nearest United States .Sales
ti'p p at.low'unitcostsand." profits only by Miss Vere Burnam is U.J guest of 'tally.,' : +14)) tr; I
t W large business organizaf Mr. and Mrs. E.. J.- Keene. I The boyidieapp.Predlast i \ seen be a Service will _cheerfully'Id

.... Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keeno of!.ing pursued (Into ; his father's blacksmith a you in'fitting the'.right tire to

Swift,.&' Company's profi on meat, Campbell Center.Station' are Visiting at Orange J i., drawn shop awM-d.)By a German,This scone'officer among witha //our needs.. - -

L' 1 always so small as to have practically .Mr: and Mrs. Ivon Roberts and little I many thaw the i depredations of e.I .

,no:effect; on prices,'' is now fimited 'by daughter were recent guests at peaceful, its ensiv. !'Defgium by the
the home'of Mr. and Mre. Lester German hosts, included with the sensational -
the Government 'to about A cents on'r Flint. \ I afevUnited '
the himself
t .each'dqllar. of sales., W...s...__. .in his private] life In Rupert States Tires .
BSTEOPATUr' I Julian's remarkable screen chronicle, -
t. Dr. DeWit Lightsey, 'who former "The Kaicerj the Beast of Berlin" to era Good Tires
KiiWlmmee be showi at the t Casino Theater ,
ly visited has requested on
.Y... 'Book of inttresting: and '
Dr. Howell \nnounce that July
he'will _
; Qtruct1" beta sent on request.' be unable to retnme Msvisits and .fi.. a .

; ,A4dreaa Swift ft '' suggests that thdae wishing the ser. CORRESPONDENTS WANTED 'T"U
I. CompanyGbmpariyUS.A.. vices of call Gazette wants o.
'" an osteopath on Dr. The a correspondent -
..:t' ,\! ,.tfaJoft St ckYudaCblcaco.nuDo18 Howell U
\ at his offiftt 8 N, Orange ia every community OsceoUt county r '
_ r ..., "r . Ave.; ', Orlando, phon6J7.. 20-St Send in the news, K will help the -'i4 .- a

i i .:. .... paper and will keep your r.ctionbe-. A itomplete stock,of, United State Tires
r k: "
& ;. : Engraved Calling Cards and'Wed ton the public. '* w carried ia Kissunioee by' r
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": 1 dings, Invitations, Engraved! and Embossed l'is ilrtlM sees'Nst AIMet tts HIM

....,. Stationery can be secured at e/hi t s.fsec4LAXArz : '

the*tints office.. L.t'w' ,.show- yea: ? ..SOMOQVIOrrl aud do,. .05$ bNalar.r cepI. eat tupfer&Pratb: er *

our sample and price- if
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'I : .5tt n' t nAmerica HELPED 'POT" LIBERTY


Washington, 'D. C*.-The third Liberty this form of advertising for future. J
Loan went over. the top in Just l loans.It .
the way the government\ wished it to. hasp of been possible to secure
Anything like
an accurate statementof
Itwent,, the peoplei rather than to the amount of loan advertising
Why Men Are Asked' to Surrenders the banks, and it went to the peopleof carried in the country daily and
the rural communities In a forgreater weekly) newspapers> but is known
degree than any previousloan that It exceeded 107,620,000 lines or ,,
Their '"Personal Liberty" had done. 7,680,000 inches As near as can be
And treasury department peopleare determined the papers received ian r

i There Wit tins when saesi f Ito....., be l.vd they had a right thissuccess giving'much to the of newspaper the credit advertising for. inch average, or a price total of of about$1,382,400.00.It 18 cents: per

to own"ilavet -because they 'thought it was purely a question of which the loan received and has been pleasin to hear from

property. rights.. But today we. i.-also a moral, question* especially to the country daUy and a, large number of those who con
weekly press. They realize that tributed the funds needed for the
There wu a tisst when men hoaesdv believed that all,they,neededto through these newspapers the loan purchase of newspaper ?space .that
alto gets, wife was to take a club and hit the'vom' n of their had not only It tremendous amount of this Liberty Loan advertising with ey saver

choice on the head and drag her home But today -well women advertising, but the) most effective: which their name weN connected
kind of advertising that could be se has proved fully to
as profitable WhicH is cheaper? To
have .
;t somethipg to lay about it. too. cured. They feel that the names of them as "any other advertising they

they had absolute local contributors of.newspaper space have' done. The public. it seems, has + paint/your woodwork ;
whe believed "
There'was a time mea honestly an connected with each advertisementwere been anxioUs to
< 'patronize the people now to let ** rot rc"placeit
,T"or ,
right to do'with their children a* they pleated., But today ;we fully as valuable as the statements whose names have in this way been
recognize the! fact '(hat children: have rights of their own. contained in-the ads; that this associated with these patriotic appeals and then paint?
local application gave them the Many manufacturers who are __ That is what you will
Slaves,',w-.aea, cJ.iJclrea-tJae. have come to their ewe becausea. greater pulling power than any more In no way considered local advertisers to do if
a. sew conception of RIGHTS ud DUTIES .has dawned upon mea.y general advertising could have had. in towns where they are operatIng havjs you neglect
Newspaper advertising of this plants, contributed space for painting/ ecauso an unpainted
They discovered that there is morefundamental question than
property character was used in federal these Liberty Loan -
announcements :
every surface il not protected against'at r
rights-that. DUTY is a bigger word than RIGHTS. reserve district, and, the districts in and have said that they receivesplendid r .'
which it was used to the largest exr returns on their investments moisture, so decay follows, and
And so the' weaker members society are today being given adunce. tents were the ones that went over because of the effect cn their employees the lumber ; to be replaced. r '
the top first, andy tb the greatest of the association of the com- ,

Bat we still hark back to die "property rights''?! period and the final percentages both in the amountof ,pan' name with this l advertising.''
bonds 'sold and in the number of every way the campaign .wos a
question'of "personal, liberty" when we discuss the saloon and the bond purchasers. big success, and the government. the Certain-teed
,ba,'er bonnets. ". Because of the success of this campaign -' newspapers and .the publicity managers
a % it Is believed the governmentis of the Liberty Loan committeesare

We forget that the bigger thing' in this discussion it DUTY practically! !_ .definitely! committed _to _to C ._be.congratulated..:. .. I! .. _ _._ _ , : Paints aijd, Varnishes Nh
t and'SACRIFICE the take 'ofthe"; weaker! members of -

i tociety 4hst 'we should be ready to give up our "rights". 283 MEN WANTED FOR are more than'decorative} they are an lwttmmt. They: add to
when the well-being of mankind it concerned value of I
a the selling: your fcroperty. 'prolonging the life of ,

t The man' who it ready do this proves that he's-a BIG TRAINING AS MECHANICS your woodwork. There is a Crrtan-tet product especially
made for every paint nedUj for interior walls, ceilings, wcyxi-
man-the LITTLE man always'stands- out for' his "rights"no -' work, floors and furniture) for exterior walls, roofs, porches

matter what happens, 'Headquarters for Draft, State of forth to fill the allotment of the local outbuildings and porch rniture. For each separate peed the

a The man who insists thai his "personal.liberty"' gives'him the Florida, Tallahassee, June I,. board the local board will proceedto Ctrtain-Utd Paint chemi s know what materials will best serve,"

right to drink liquor and support .alooas-ud that he proposes to 1918. select a sufficient in sequence number'of order of qualifiedmen number and see to it that those Identical materials are used. 4

exercise this right-b askiag thousands of men and women and children Induction Telegram No. 41 from within class one to fill this House Paint
to make a greater sacrifice sad to suffer infinitely more because Call No. 608. White Men Only allotment deducting the voluntary. The roan In the(llurtntloiyls apply ing! Ctrtai-ttJ House PaUl. It contains
Local Boards, Gentlemen t inductions. an unusually high: percentage of finely ground lead and line, compoundedIn
the saloon b licensed than HE would suffer sacrifice the saloontoke
or wore 1. Call No. COS upon your stateis 1 Only white men who have completed pure,ref ned liiueed oil. It will owprtad: outlive and out& ordinary
,. doted. f hereby.announced as follows:. at least a grammar school education house paint therefore, if ii more economical in, the long run. ,'

If believe that the traffic I in Alcohol "Complete the entrainment for and who have had some experience Certain-UeJ Paints and Varnishes are made for all uses, in all.
yon Gainesville Fla., of two hundred along mechanical lines And some colors,and in all sizes of -

does more harm than good-HELP STOP ITI eighty-throe ,((283)) grammar school aptitude for mechanical work shouldbe cans. Any store that sells _
graduates who have had some experience inducted. ,
along'' mechanical lines and 3. Each man' must carry with him paints can supply yfcu. If r
some aptitude for mechanical work, at least two suits of underclothing the dealer you apply to- _
America "
) ... "
Strengthen CampaignThis the suit of outer I in .neian ?
to' report' to commanding officers one clothing good cannot supply at you
University of Florida on June 15th: condition, a sweater stout pair of want,, immediately, be '
National' : Only"white'men and men physically shoes, three extra pairs of socks, and
advertisement prepared for the Campaign Committee can obtain it promptly.
( was -
qualified for general military ser. two bath towels, as he will be kept "
by Charles Stelzle. vice are to be furnished. under this in civilian clothing during the first Certain- ..4 :,
call.: three weeks until he can bo supplied Products CorporationOffiM '
2. The men selected for this service with a uniform and other clothing c
-- will receive' course of trainingat 4. The number of men called for rti.def* pM.4 AA..f.a '
fitting themto must be actually'entrained and stateheadgluartere ...... .
WANTS HUSBAND TO BE A ,PRIMER LESSON; government expense 1 4d
in is authorized S
t serve army positions. requiring to make Ceria ; I
TAKEN. INTO'THEARMYI; What'have'we here, children T knowledge of auto truck driving ra. such allotments as wiU produce this rt ,.
i Oh, it is a Printer! dio operating,> electricity' carpentry, result. I' I1t .-VgmiiAee .. tt.ratemare.
There is 'a: woman up in Georgia Is he Rich! bench wood-working and' machinery 6. It Is very 'important that you I
t thatis iverl: .aaxfous..for: Jier ,Jms-' No..J}> quite Joor.? *-.. Incident to many kinds of military (officer"charge of draft have'com
band to In fact she is But is .lie not Busy T service both at the front and behind plete' control over this call. Men
t togo: 'war. Yes, he is Busy, but he is a. Foot the lines. The men taking-thl.. course should not be allowed to arrive-bofore
more than enxious for him to go.< So Why is he a Fool will :receive thorough instructions June 15, and the entire party'' must r
q desirous is she that tier husband don He is a ,Fool little children because which will be'of great personal valueIn be entrained* so as to arrive on that Certain-tee b and Varnishes cold in Kissimmee by
(be uniform of' a soldier that she' re-. after he allows the Paper working their way ahead both in date.
I :' t &fly wrote a letter to' the authori-. House and the Supply People and hip the army and in.civil life. I CROWDER. OSCEOJA HARDWARE COMPANYBOARD
ties at Washington asking1 that he be: workmen to tell him what .he has to This is an exceptional opportunity Provost Marshal General.
taken into the army. Tho letter. she Pay for the be is going to for energetic ambitious men. 6.. The chief clerk. of each local
wrote reads: Sell, he alao'Thin is Customers, tell You are urged to make this call one board will ace that the number of OF TRADE TO SEND WEEKLYpEPORT, OF SALES
DearUnited States: him the Price at which lie must Sell of state-wide interest. volunteers under this call is reported -
"My husband act, me to' write you his Goods.-From Associated Advertising. Qualified registrants should be urged to..state ,..beadq artera not later OUT COUNTY BOOKLETS OF THRIFT.. STAMPS:'
recomment that he supports his .. to present themselves) to their loaf than 6 p. m., June 7th. < : .. '. .,',!
family. He cannot road, so don't tell W. .. B.I_ _ boards, for voluntary induction. The chief.clerk of, any board fail The nifty little county booklets A..S. Gilbert .?...':."?.-.* I
.. him.Just take him.- lie ain't no good Make' your *>land nwork.\ Cowpeas When registrants voluntarily present ing to make r this report-by" "*wire gotten out by the people of this county .W. B. .Maldnson Co.r..l.::__' "1
to me. He nint done nothin' but will improve the soil and add to your themselves local boards may induct within the ime .ctaled will be beld through the county commissionersare Wenner-'Sawyer Co.-" .:r'" '
drink lemman and' the bank account. For school. ___. __,257
essence play qualified men until their allotment personally responsible. Report must becoming in demand and public ? .
fiddle since I married him eight years Grow 'what you can'' and'can what has been filled. The voluntary period be made whether you have volunteers the For Presbyterian,'church .. 26
and and I gotta- feed seven kids of you can. It's/a good slogan. .for wartimes I'' will continue ,until June 7th. After .or board of trade at the meeting FridainlRbt Central Drug Store .......-*._. .8
bis'n. M.ybe"ou ;.can get, him to and cthfer times. June, '7th no more volunte rs will be J not.EDWARD ANDERSON instructed their secretary, H. C. Stanford ...'..-._j::..:..-.... 8
h :,. -carry a gun. He's good on squirrels accepted.: If, on June 7th, a sufficient Captain In. R.. C.,' Officer in lAJexankler,,Remjngtbon-SmitJi: .to'' secure Bon Ton'' Hat Shop ......__._-__., ,10
and eatin' Take him anl .welcom. I Piles Cued'In 6 to 14 DaysVoar .' number _of,'folunteer.has not'come Charge of Draft for Fla. a'' number from the countyclerk' Lawrence Tress ....___?.??-_- $
4m ofault
need the grub and his bed for the OINTMENT drarrUt l.n ,to cut**tp4* res noncy. of II Itchlnc J-AZO: ... .. office and send them out as an If this is not a good report is n
kids. Don't tell him this but take Blind.BU0dloiiorftrotTVdii>KB> llo.ia tol4 ,him. His Wife." The set, .pplicaUaa .'__. ...and ono :soo.heLake FLAG' ETIQUETTE CENTRAL FLORIDA HIGHWAY constantly received .by, .the. board of but of the purchasing 'public.. ;
i '- ,By special request of several of: ASS'N TO MEET IN LAKELAND trade. i They should buy more. w
The booklet is citizen I W. ,Witherspoon, Chairman.
our readers we print the following '- one any .
article, which has appeared in a previous The annual, meeting of this association might feel proud of and representsthe w. Val-
copy of the Gazette will be'held in Lakeland on varied industries and develop Visiting cards printed by the ; ) A'

HousjeWill The proper time for raising -or Wednesday, June 12, and will be call- ments of this section. ley Gazette Job Department; r

putting out the flag .Jj, sunrise. or fter. ed to order by the president at,9 a.,. of' -,
never before. m. The meeting will be held in the
The flag should always:'be loweredat new Elk's Club building which will
Be, / sunset.. headquarters for the C. F, II, A. '
should on this occasion. -A
flog: never be'Allowed to -this meeting there wilt be held way :
S D A T AUCTION! trail or lie 'on the ground ....d should the"annual election: of officers and .

weather.always be''taken In during' stormy the executive committee,'and besides p proverb says .that the only way to be safari never I' .

'On Jime' the 8th I wjlf offer for When a flag'Is raised at ceremonies 'this there to are com.other to'the matters attention."of importance of- secure. But that proverb was made/fiefbre the .. I

everyone present should stand, face the members. Two Hartibrda began to, offer their. ,complete insurance .. : r .
the flag and salute with the right During these strenuous times con- protection. .>;Y:
sale at public i auction_ the Hotel, hand raised to the forehecd. siderable-thought should be given by -c..
When the flag passes in parade the Florida good roads advocates on ,,If you have a fire Insurance policy,you hrfve wbeJycuarded :a, .. ?
corner Biyan\street/and. Orlando spectators should stand, men r.ndboys the construction of highways from an against one source of loss, but there suVmany others which ,
with hats removed. economic standpoint for the proper much fire/The :
mllbtCauMyW as: loss u a s :
avenue loiown s/the Lake House. When any.other flag Is displayedwith marketing of farm products .and ..the.dIstribution' .
of tonnage. .
our National colors Old Glorymust INSURANCE Service -" '
'The Hotel has 22Srooms and is located adways be on the ''right: or., There has been some 'discussionwith ;; I
,- : - above.- --k" -* ; ,_ reference to the C: F. H,A. hav '*- -"-- OF THE ---,/
its duties and
As a "sign 'of ..monrnin-' tho fay relegated being
lot apoutHSO ft. into oblivion.:. This is a
on a square.. should first be hoisted to the top of which
matter ,must, of course be decided HARTFp I
the mast for a moment t'en lowered
half and left at, half-mast.. At membership. "
This will 'be way The executive' committee and the "
property positively sunset_the flag-ehould bo hoisted to .lords protection agaLlst every ',
directors' .
will meet
Tuesday rooming
the top of the mast before lowering: possible contine i'y.. ,We .
' without the llth, at the same place aj the'' :
sold reservation die to the '
highest ground.
to -. .
1 - general meeting. would like an opportunity to
The flag should never bo used for n yours truly', .
I biddej% either for cash\>r will coyer or in any position'where- other L. P.very DICKIE. explain' it to u. .
objects are placed on it. V w' Secretary. .
make t s.For. Flags should always boo '(treated ". "S '.Ml . D.:, G. AGNER, y

with reverence end always..put.carefully COMMITTEE ON LUMBER CO. ... "
when not in use. v e
.further information, see: In'drapihg away the flag against the side TO REPORT FRIDAY NIGHT Citize Bank Bid" t U'
i' of a,room or building, the blur field ;
.J. McPHATTER I should always be toward the northor The' committee called at-tha city
towards the east. c'"' hall on last Frida," night to perfect

i, OR WRITE ,TO A. _L, ,GRIFFIN.OWNER, O OEE,:FLA.. When the "Star Spangled Banner. arrangements for' securing the location 4Sa
its work. Scourin
recognized as our national anthem, is of the,Clifford Lumber companyin pOlio doing V
played or sung,- a 11 should rise and '
stand song is fi .''I11ed. It is Klssimmee .... largely attendedand for USMarine Corps : V
proper to face: the musicians those no diminution ot.enthuawr.l., : .was '.
FOR SALE---CASH PR D't singing during this ceremon)". shown... -
-**, -* X. When red white and blue bunting Join Now
The committee from' the Kissini- J
One block of Five Lots in set art of Town 250 is"used for-decorating, the red shouldbe : '
at the top; "" mee board'of trade appointed to pro.vide' tij this \

fool,front,,2Q8,foot depth, tick Soil, adapted for It'fs'aga1nst'tfIaw' to put any for .the necessary conditions bad 'APPLY ANl( '
Truck Growl : printing advertising of'any kind not,been able to carry'out their plan u. : f %
Banana r>r Eighteen'* inch: fall* to city i on the, united $tat: m.flag.Drive ., to"a fulfillment and fUked for more .. US. ... .
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; ditdt:', Make your li pay for Hsel y.-GaUl- Ids Up System I request time before was'granted making and a adjourned This- .... .. MAAIftti1SERVKE '!

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.0.00..0 0.00.....00.0000100.0. .-....... t+;' i' i ;< tee, Miss Irene, Mrs. C. II, Funk, accept county aid had not the father sent the following letter to Dr. Shaw
.' i Mrs. 11. C. Lightsey and daughter sought the advice and assistance of The White House Washington J'OODVIIL WIN
Mildred, and J. S. Roberts of Cape the Red Cross. The proper papers D. C., 22 Mny,, 1918. 7
Notes .J1- Sable. were made out and the man snow My Dear Doctor Shaw
t Society \v. s. B.I .._.. receiving the pension due him. Such Thank you for 'your letter'of yes AR.
eU I PATRIOTIS LEAGUE WINS I+ cases "these and many more, Mr. terday. I do entirely approve of tho, _
t Cadel explained, come under the supervision -> +, action taken by the woman' com-
(Mrs. E. E. Wells. Editor.) I LAURELS !I
= of this committee. On motion mittee' in executive oeiion, namely
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.. \ of Mr. Carson Mr. Cadel was that instead of 'the usual mourning vp 1FLOYD'S'
The lassies who make up ,the personnel made chairman of this committeewith three-inch. black band should be
Request b'made to all patrons of the Valley Gazette to send items of the Patriotic League are a
power to name a sufficient worn' upon which:' a gilt star may be
..f Sec etJ Events V> the Editor for publication! la these colnms.T winning in laurels by drill.their They rapid meet progress ber of others to handle*the lIum-1 placed for each member of the family "
military M. Katz, treasurer of the chanter whose Jttfe is lost in the service, and
+0. fOt..tO_ \. 0 0900. . 99. _. VVT. . ..T...T"..,",---.L"---'" T... ... .... T ....... ... ....." ...." .....T'...." .. .......'." .T.... ............ each"urpose Wednesday with Mianeii, afternoon. _Inez____ Canton for and Cross stated were that due 1918 and dues should to the be paid Red that left ,the I hope shall r.nd be worn believe on that the '

+ V V. Helen Bass who are sponsors as promptly as possible.Mrs. thoughtful people everywhere will Cash Gro and
f T INTERESTING MEETING FOR t j IETB CALDWELLTS EIGHT- II| organization. Ue. n'I-I N. C. Bryan was appointed approve of this action and J' hope ery
1 CHILD WELFARE STUDY .t I[ BIRTHDAY HONORED | W. J. Steed, formerly director of woman's work of the Kis that you will be kind enough to make
B. is the and
Company drilling girls
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simmee chapter.An the suggestion of the committee public MARKET-
The principal event Child \! One of the most pleasurable eventsof while he maintains that soldiers extension committee was earned with the statement that it has
fare weeks observed by tho women of the entire season and one| round should not be praised for excellence, to look after the membership and my cordial endorsement. _
Kissimmee under the auspices of the which centered many tender friendly as they are Only doing their duty, to organize auxiliaries to the Kis Cordially and sincerely yours,
Women's Committee of the Councilof associations hhd a retrospect of years even so severe a critic can not refrain simmee chapter which would increasethe (Signed) WOODROW WILSON.. Look over thesi prices carefully
the reception given to from commending the work they are ,of the Red Cross Howard Shaw "
National Defense was the was ,Mrs. efficiency activities Dr Anna they will aVe yon money
the Hart Memorial building Friday James Caldwell Monday evening-" doing. On Wednesday nearly thirty in Osceola county. The per. Council of National Defense. 'Y.
: afternoon when the importanceof her daughter, Miss Jean, honoring members of the league were presentat sonnel included Miss Maud Alice The following resolution report e w *
conserving the child life or this the a anniversary of her birthday. the meeting held at the of Lake city dock To- Wagner, Miss Albina Smith. and, C. was given as 'to tho .recent bond sale: Small Van tip Cream .:__ .05
nation was the-central theme. Mrs. Caldwell was eighty years where the cool_ breezes the extreme E. Yowell. Report of Woman's':Committee for Tall Van Cap, Cream _.._ US '
of on that occasion end made a hopekaliga mitigated : :A committee on transportation sale of Liberty Bonds and War Sav .
Mrs. J. Earl Lupfer. president young .
I heat. On Wednesday next' the girls 6 ',plcK. Goli ust ...... .25 a
the Mother'-Tcachers' club, arrangod striking annearance as she graciously whose duty it would be to assist the Inn Stamps: -- ?
'' the,.OTOgram and presided during its received guests. She was gowned will drill on the lawn of the home of ladies by nailing up the boxes of com- For Liberty Bonds by women of 6 ban Good sundry Soap.. ..25 i
rendition In a very pleasing manner1. all in white, with touches of misty Mrs. F, J.' Van Dozer; when every pleted supplies and shipping wal appointed : St. Cloud $5700. Good Grou Coffee .._._." .18
She introduced the principal speaker tulle about her neck.. The snow of 4:30.member verged to be 'present at when Messrs. Leon Bass, A. For Liberty Bonds: by women of Good Gree Coffee _____.:_ .18
who read the which nowdered her hair to W. Bailey and Slater Reed were Kissimmee $4,150.
Dr. W. L. Winn, a care1'ullypftparcd years ,
W. 8.! H Barley Flo< ,..._______.. .08
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comprehensive paper on the silvery whiteness rested lightly on named. For Liberty Bonds by woman'scommittee
the subject, which was followed by her face giving.the impression of an i I ENTHUSIASM OF GIRL 1 T Mrs. E. E. Wells was appointed $9850. Rye Flour] _-"---__. --r_ ..08Corn
general comment and discussion. exquisite pastel in 'white frame. 1 SCOUTS CONTINUES secretary to the Kissimmee chapterto Placed Thrift. Stamps on sale 'at Flou< -r-- .07
So selpful was this paper that it More than a hundred neighbors and + fill the vacancy made by the resig-. three different places, viz.? Mrs. Octagon soap, 6 for .35
was the consensus' of opinion of those friends called during the hours from The ,Kissimmee Girl Scouts which nation of Mrs.' William Dunne. Tress news stand, Mrs.; Hartnett's ------
present that the truths it contained 8 to 10 0'clock to offer fellcltn. was recently organized has grown In The. executive board adjourned to fruit store, colored quarters. Potted, Meat ------- ----- .05
should be more generally!] disseminat- tions. They were asked to registerin popularity as well as in usefulnessand meet at the call of the chairman Visited Shingle Creek with good Vienna Shusaoe ______--_. .10
ed. and it was tuggcotcd that* the guests' book and were then so many girls have cpplied for Mayor Cadel. prospects for success. Dried B*f in glass ______. .15
per should be printed in the Gazette. ushered through the' dining room membership, that a second full patrol w. M. M. Committee was at war relict train Small siie Premier Dressing .15
The musical: number of tho program onto the enclosed veranda whera' do- has been organized. -THE WOMAN IN THE WEB"VitAgraph and solicited bonds Large Premier Dressing 35
were except'onally fitting, to licious fruit ,puncft! ,-oatmeal cookies 'The captain of the troop is Mrs. serial to follow "Ven- Was prevented from visiting size
the subject. A chorus "Americs," and cakes were served. The early arrivals Augusta Pledger; the lieutenant, geaace and the Woman," at the Casino. Campbell Station, but would suggest Uncolor Japan Tea____. .60 .
the opening number, then two boauM- were rewarded by the unusual Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan; tho secretary, The first episode of Vitagraph's that the committee left in charge Lipton'/ black& mixed Tea .75
ful 'lullobys by Mrs. P. K. Weaver sight of a huge birthday' cake arranged Virginia Lesley, and treasurer Katherine new serial "The Woman in the Web" would visit this and other school dis- Small peanut Butter....... .12
and an exquisite piano number nlso in the form of .. pyramid and McKay. promises much in the way of screen tricts in the county. I I Mediuri'Peanut Butter __... .17
Vise a lullaby by Miss Ruby Ellis, were decorated with eighty sparkling pink The membership follows: entertainment for the remainingfour It was the purpose of the committee
all in perfect :harmony. and white candles. This cake: was First Patrol-Patrol Leader, Miss chapters. "Caught in the Web" to have a bonfire on the eveningof I I Large peanut Butter ____n. .30
The literature for this week which' I cut and servcdto the guests. Gussie Winn; Virginia Lesley Jean. ii, the title of the first chapter. The Liberty Day but owing to the full j Best White Salt Meat ___-.r .33 h
ahould have been cent out by the na- The rooms were fragrant with cut ette Griffin, Leila McCrt-nie, Kath- serial was written by Albert E. program it was abandoned. GoodJVhite Salt Meat __._ .30 '
tional organization had not arrived flowers and'quantities of potted erine Tiller., Geraldine Lesley. Kath- Smith president of Vitagraph, and Miss Elizabeth Aultman represented Best Sjnoked Side Meat____ ..33Kin'Ra
and it is probable that the study, of I I plants and calms were artistically erine McKay, Elizabeth Waring, Lu- Cyrua Townsend Brady. Heda'Novaand I the committee at the raising of y
child welfare. 'may be continued -next arranged. Conspicuous among the cile Griffin. J. Frank Glendon are featured. the honor flag and delivered a very M Pienic' Shouldcr, Ib .27' V4
"week. decorations was a beautiful bouquet .Second Patrol-Nellie Woodall, David Smith and Paul Hurst are re- appropriate address.On 'FEED
w.' a. a.-.i iI _. of immense white American Beautyroses Eva Tucker Irene Ingrain, Patoy sponsible for the direction. my departure from .Kissimmee Oats. 1100 Ibs. ...._____.___ 3.70
combined with a delicate tra Maklnson. Vivian Floyd. Elizabeth "The Woman in the Web" strikes I, wish to extend to my successor sincere Chickfcn Feed. 100 Ibs. ,____ 4.40
,J I,_TALENT TEA. Iy> cery of green. The veranda whero Parker, Evelyn Elam, Delia Ledbet a marked contrast to Vitagraph'i two good wishes for success in this ,
the refreshments were served was a ter. This patrol will elect their leader preceding serial offerings, "The great work. Cotto/ Seed Meal 100 Ibs._ 245
Tile talent tea given' bv Mrs.. J. D. veritable bower with banks of green. at the next meeting. Fighting Trail" ,and "Vengeance ;and Respectfully submitted, Velvet Bean Meal 100 Ibs._. 230
Sibert, Mrs. G.. W. Persons and Mrs. During ,the evening, Miss Elizabeth Last, week at their ,sale tho girls the Woman," in that the, western at- Mrs. J,. Wesley, Brown. nut Meal. 100 Ibs. ___ 3.00 '
C. W, Griffin Wednesday at. the Aultman read in her charming way a netted $7 which completed their mosphere, is left behind-at least it June 3, '.18. Alfa/fa Meal. 100 Ibs., _____ 235
s Methodist bungalow was a ,very poem so appropriate to tho occasion pledge to the Red Cross drive, of $20 has been ignored in producing the Mrs. Frlpp
.pleasant event and was well attended that it might have been written for with, a couple, of dollars still in .t!>o first episode. But this; fact does not Publicity Chairman Registration.w. Hulk ___-___________ .1.65
by the ladies of the missionary this event. treasury.;, The girls are looking for- make it any tho less of equal interest i- .m. .. -. Bes/ Sweet Feed., 100 Ibs. __ 3.40 .
c society and, their1'friends. The friends assisting Miss Jean in ward to fitting up a club room in ,as the first two preceding serials. If i CORRESPONDENTS WANTEDThe Butfer Fat.Cow Feed. 100 Ibs. 334Dont ;
The feature of the, afternoon was receiving! the' :guests, in entertaining some appropriate_ building., the first chapter Can be taken as a ....:..- -
the ,report of Mrs. G. W. Persons,land serving them were Mrs W. B. "'. fl. tI criterion then'the other fourteen episodes Gazette wants a correspondent
1, delegate to the Women's Missionary With l"II'oon.. Mm. Lasley( Mrs. J. t are the essence of real live, In every community in Osceola county. fonret our
Conference which met last 'week at I W. Miller ,Mrs.,, A. S.. Nelson, Mrs I WATERMELON FEAST FOR thrilling entertainment. Stunts before Send in the news, it will help the IESH. MEAT DEPARTMENTW
Enterprise. Mrs. Persona gave -avery D. G. Wagner, Mrs. E. G. Vans' 'Ag- CAMP FIRE GIRLS J the camera bolstered !>." a 'cleverly paper and will keep your rection before > dearer promptly.. Phone lltt
eomplete.and comprehensive account new Mrs. T, M. Moseley, Mrs. S.Souders. constructed revealed in the public *
story as ... .... We, appreciate bal u ,
The Fulechee Camp Fire Girls en- w. a your ae a.
Mrs. J. W. Prcntis Mrs. J.
of, the happenings of the con- the,, first episode, mark this serial M
:ference, outlining each day's program H. Reed, Mrs. Henry Aultman, Mrs. joyed a delightful afternoon Satur. one of the best created by Vitagraph. Subscribe for the Valley Gazette.; + .
and giving'her{ 'hearers a real vision Verner Ellis Misses Elizabeth Ault day with one of their number ,Miss The story has substance a firm foun- ,
V of the splendid work of'this meeting. man, Wenner, Medora Russell. Lossie Mary Singletary, at her !home on" dation upon which to rest for its
Mrs. W,, L. Winn, who attended the Lathrop, Helen Sawyer, Lucy, With- Main street. thrilling stunts and ir.oving action.
conference reported on ,the orhpan- orjpoon, Grace Nelson, Helen Bass, i The hours' were spent in business The( theme is timely and it reveals
age at, Enterprise.' :, Maud ,Alice,Wagner Adah' Wagner, routine and pleasant conversation. A the adventures of a young Americanand
.,. Mrs. ,II.' N. Bratton presented' the Margaret Laaley Helen Perdew. Hel- watermelon feast was enjoyed. at.the. his sweetheart, In.dodging the Osceola
c report of the state corresponding sec- en and Irene Reed,' and Velma Hud conclusion, of the meeting. traps laid for them by treacherous HardwawCo
> ta Those Attending were Misses Mu- }
A program of must;:aj numbers and son.Throughout the evening Mrs. Caldwell riel Prentis, Gladys Griffin, Lillian German. The first agents.episode is distinctly . '
readings for'the showered with wishes Harris Dorothy Wells and. Maggie
were arranged was good branded, as a stunt chapter by the +
pleasure of -the' W. s.! a.
a vocal solo "by Mrs'Bartow Dutton of affection: from the friends of executed by J. Frank Glendon. The
who is here. from Georgia visit- years and this event will linger longas IMPORTANT MEETING OF RED photographer and the cutter were COR'NECHURN
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. a happy memory in the minds of CROSS .EXECUTIVE BOARD assisted by Glendon in eliminatingthe
Roberson; a reading by Gertrude Mc- her guests. perils of such a.jump, but the ef-
Kay, a piano solo by Miss Louise The influence of such a life as Mrs. A meeting of the executive board fect is there and neither trick pho-
: Thomason and a solo by Miss Helen Caldwell's is felt by the entire com- of the Kissimmee Red Cross was held tography nor the deft fingers of a
Bass.' .- munity as well as by her intimate :Thursday morning at the office of ex- cutter can elminate the thrill whichone
A salad course and iced tea and oatmeal associates, for "As a blossom cannot Senator C. A. Carson attended bv Mr. gets when? Mr. Glendon jumps .1..1.In
wafers'were served at the conclusion tell what becomes of the perfume Carson, Mayor Cadet Mrs. B. B. from the window of the high tower. V
of the afternoon and that is wafted from it by Simpson. M. ,Katz, ex-Senator A. E.
a'' generous away every The plot moves with the rapidity ofa
offering was made to the society. breeze, so no one knows the limit of Donegan, and Mrs. E. ,E. Wells, when trip-i ammer from the openingscene the matter of CHURNS we have the g/odi. There's the old:
: that influence which constantly and Ii number <*f items lot imiwrtonoe to the close. There is action in fashioned Stone Charm of our granddaddies; a aftd there is no disputing .;
Attending this tea Were: Mr. Imperceptibly escapes from'the daily were discussed and new committees every foot of reelage. The first episode their Beside them '
:Lewis O'Bryan, Mrs. E. 1..- Lesley, life and goes far out beyond the con- named to further the work of the is a rood forerunner for what is efficiency. we have the nfited Due, Charm in all
:-Mrs. Bartow Dutton, Miss Marv Dixon scious knowledge or remotest local organization.The to follow. Vitagraph's third serialIs sizes from one, quart to three gallons. The jfnaller sizes are of glass,
Mrs. J., D. Woodbeck, Mrs. A. W thought"w 'cIvilian relief work was carefully destined to have: the same marked the larger are metal, and therefore indestru /Ible. |
a. Cadel
Bailey Miss Gertrude McKay Mrs. . considered and Chairman: success of ita first two. _
F. S. Ledbetter, Mrs. B. L. Criner, made a brief though comprehensivetalk The cast works with plenty of '
Mrs. D. G. McKay, Mrs. H. W. Morrow AUTO PARTY ENJOYS r outlining the' wide field of its '
r OUTING "pep" and the directors have sparedno COOL'WATER is the one indispensibje comfort in the hot
I' sum-
,. Mrs.' J. McCronie, Mrs. W. . . activities which includes looking after pains in making every scene as '
C' S. J. Overstreef, Mrs. J. R. Bron- the departure of soldiers, the return realistic as can be registered before mer days. We handle the best Water Cfolers you ever saw Have r j
.on, Mrs. H. N. Bratton, Mrs.,'J. R. A pleasant,party motoring to We- of the wounded their-- families a camera. Hedda Nova in the principal one. Hoover 'won'; object.,, '
Gilbert Dr. J. B. Sibert, Mrs. C. W. klva Monday for a. bountiful picnic their' allotments and their insurance. feminine role, is a fine type and ,
V tJriffln. .Miss Louise,Thomason, Mrs. dinner then a sight-seeing visit to : He referred to an instance in KIa- acts with ability. The photography'
J. Z. Roberson. Mrs. G. W Persona, the csdium farm at Ocoee and other simmee when aged parent of a soldier is clear and the shots are all well We started to write about DRESSE, but find we have so many' '
:Mrs. W, L. Winn, Mrs. E. E. Wells, points of interest Included in its personnel who had made the supreme 'sacrifice timed. "The Woman In the Web'
Mid Miss Lene Ledbetter.. Mrs. J.. K..Hilliard' and (daugh- would have been compelled to promises'much In the way of enter- kinds that. there is no room to descri' ;.them-: so call. in and look
tainment. them over. '
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COUNCIL, NATIONAL :DEFENSE QUEENSWARE -and-ot"of! 'ViL 'We have i it ringed streaked J.
spotted and in pure white. Can suit most any need in that line.
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'.,' >, (:, "" :fi ".';'1 :.:.' I'MV. I held Another at the informal Chapter house conference last Tuesday was- II'. ,.,,

< ; .i afternoon, 'Miss Elisabeth Aultr .. THRIFT STAMPS '

1 Guarding II man. Various chairman lines, of presided.women's. activities. ., II .

1: one \ .. 1 i, fully were' discussed talked about and, paramount local needs'being were The Hun is sinking good 1 American ships right in our home

"" the work, in the suriHcaldressings. waters N The! least we can do i is to help finance our government Buy
) ". department of: our Red Cross work. ,. .'
..,'. has the top"in War Savings Stamps. ,
Keeping your non n this institution i.i the BEST way to' guard .r. 'gone 9ver
;,'1 {r her patriotic expressions in many
+ your money ways but there' must be no letting -
I y'". down.' The sale of War Savings GASHUM, SUSETTE AND THE' BABY 4' ?

It is iu a* available for use when on, deposit here as it would . . Stamps: the',of sewing sustenance; tho knitting conservation the- ,

be in. yon pocket', your purse or at home and is much safer. Besides ;, . production-each and every phase must be "Our baby+ is a new wavelet- on the. sea of time isn't he 'G 'hum."

r1't+ j i this, your income if larger l every. day. your, moneyis- here l 't ... of maintained America''in today.keeping with_ the spirit. said Suselte: the other day.-

V.. r V V V .,1 ' ;.',-",:-' .... The woman's committee of the "Oh; I don't\ know," he replied; doubtfully.{ "Wouldn't a fresh

tt e t Stop and a.It'1or i information( ''bow'you'un open 'a Bank ; : ''" '. Council of Mational held Defense last week at its in ,squall be a more appropriate term}" / "
"'. monthly; meeting : %
\.. k = Accounthere: with a small amount-don't wait. until you have large :; Washington recor needed that as a .
.um before making the start. .. substitute for mourning there should Watch-this- space for more about the baby nextyfreek.. '
be worn upon the left arm o three.
-! 1 Inch black band upon which a gilt .
,. star'ahould t.. laoed for each member ,
of the family,whoso life.has been ,
.a r '',4' f lost'la service. W. H.ARNOLD ALA J.: MACDONOD H:', :'
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?..... .:,'t,'...... Bank k r 'WS.S.. peed We to,hope be. complied thisotlcal with act by will Klsslm-not H .ARNOLD & MacDQfNOUGH' ;' \ '

Ctizens ;
;; ., F '! ''KMtSfinNOS SUMPS mee and that Tory few starred bands .

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UNITED .TAm'h does come wt most
t4 .1:; KISSIMM.2E' '.GOVEBMMEMT' 't! to others do., li&JtLINGTOf''f: : OTlZENa> BANK
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